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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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eJewish Floridian
THE JfWKH UNITY mi IHt JEWS* WttKlY
/olume 34 Number 3
Miami. Florida. Friday, January 15, 1960
Two Sections Price 20tf
FIOWDA PUfSS ASSN. OTATtOW
Jewish Floridian Wins Honors
The Florida Press Assn. has awarded an Honorable
Mention to The Jewish Floridian in the association's annual
press contests.
The Jewish Floridian citation was for General Excel-
lence. The award was on the basis of three soctessive
issues, with points scored for news coverage editorial
feature presentation, and general layout.
Presentations were at the recent Florida Press Assn
annual awards dinner held in Silver Springs.
Police on Nightly Watch
As Swastikas Hit Florida
Soviet Union Official 'Explains' How
Moscow Suburb Synagogue Burned
By TULLIA ZIVI
JTABy Direct T.lttyp. Wirt
ROME-A member of the Soviet government's five-man "Committee for Religious Cults"-the high
cm governmental authonty on religious problems in the USSR-has told this Jewish Telegraph* Agency SET Daub
She''j^TJLSSTtaXEra5000 "prac,.icing"Jewsinthe*"*UnionandSmSjKi 2S2*Z
Z population in the Soviet Union is generally estimated at three million
m .. l^xTetPOi'!at *" ^ retUn,ed frm Week,, visit t0 Moscow- wher* interviewed govern-
ment official., aa well as various non-official sources familiar with Jewish life in the Soviet Union
Zionist Council Concludes
10-Day Session in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM-UTA)The Zionist General Council, concluding a
ten-day session, appealed this week to all nations, and particularly to
West Germany, to take urgent measures to uproot "the vestiges of
Naiism and implant in then- populations loyalty to democracy, to the
spirit of tolerance and a decent relationship between man and man."
? The Council, supreme organ of
f m MM ,De World Zionist movement when
Court Upsets
City Election
mciDim tffotrfs mounting ... rkci $.*
MM lax with ticorar? raci 7k
The FBI moved into the investigation of anti-Semitic incidents in
Florida this week, working jointly with the Southern Clearing House
on anti-Semitic activities.
Focus of the joint probe was threatening letters sent to Jewish
+ congregations following the paint-
ing of swastikas in Tampa, Jack-
sonville and Miami. The Clearing
House s.-tid it was maintaining
contact with the 35 cities it serves.
The Jewish Floridian learned
Wednesday mat police prowl
cars ara on a nightly vigil in an
effort to protect synagogues
from vandalism. Despite these
efforts, a four-foot-high swasti-
ka, crudely painted in black, was
discovered at 2 a.m. Tuesday
morning on Homestead Jewish
>ng were also re-
Beth David Congrega-
tion and the Israelite Center.
Earlier in the week, North Dade
Jewish Center reported "threaten-
ing calls" to police. This followed
the painting of a swastika on the
Print Rite Co., of Miami, owned
by Benjamin Kram, as well as of a
non-Jewish operated launderette
three doors west of it.
ataaaiftitle. Hillel House on the
Continued on Page 10 A
here;
who |
very
JERUSALEM (JTA) This
I city's municipal election of last
November was invalidated
last week by a magistrate
found irregularities in the
[polling precinct where President
lzhak Ben Zvi had cast his vote.
This was the second case of in-
validation of a municipal election
in two days. Previously a district
judge at Rehovot, ruled that the
municipal elections there were null
and void, because be had found
evidence of bribery among resi-
the World Zionist Congress is not
in session, concluded its delibera-
tions in the shadow of the land-
slide wave of anti-Semitic manifes-
tations in the Western World which
had its effect on this assembly.
Dr. Nihum Goldmarm, presi-
dent of the World Zionist Organ-
isation, had to intervene in the
debate over the resolution on
anti-Semitism on three occasions
to head off amendments by the
right-wing Horut Party and the
left-wing Achdut Avodoh, calling
for increased efforts to induce
the Jews to leave Germany and
ether countries where excesses
have been committed and mi-
grate to Israel.
An Achdut Avodah amendment
aents of a transit camp who had
voted for the ticket of the National,woul Religious Party Ail result, Re-!defend themsclveS against manifes
novots Mayor Avraham Katz an-
nounced he was stepping down
M. Voschikow, one of the five
members of the Committee on
Religious Cults interviewed, con-
ceded "there are persons with
anti-Semitic feelings in the
USSR." But Voscbikew insisted,
that such feelings in the Soviet
Union are only similar to "anti-
Protestant feelings in Italy or
dislike of Italians in the United
States."
The Soviet civil authorities, de-
clared Mr. Voschikow, "don't en-
courage such feelings. When they
are too strongly manifested, they
are prosecuted and punished."
Mr. Voschikow, whose commit-
tee is appointed directly by the
cabinet of the USSR, minimized
the incident at the Moscow suburb
of Malachowka last Oct. 4, when
fire was set to a synagogue and a
Jewish woman, the wife of the Jew-
ish cemetery's caretaker, died.
Continued on Page 8 A
Dr. Leonard Levy, dean of
the graduate school of Bran-
deis University, said here
Saturday that "unfortunately,
the late Sen. McCarthy was
right." For a report on his
provocative view ol Congres-
sional investigations, see
"During the Week ... As I
See It," Page 4-A.
irom his post.
The ruling in this city affected
Continued en Page 9 A
tations of anti-Semitism and would
have advised the Jews of Germany
to leave that country forthwith.
The Council expressed its con
Continued on Page 11-A
'Campaign Mews' Issued
In this week's issue of The
Jewish Floridian, you will
find an eight-page supple-
ment, "Campaign News,"
featuring the story of the re-
cently-launched 1960 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. Pre-
sented in words and pictures,
"Campaign News" will be
coming your way from time
to time to keep Greater Mi-
ami abreast of happenings in
CJA.
Adenauer Rejects Proposal
For Denazification Renewal
SOCIALISTS 147711 BONN CHIlf PACE >-A
BONN proposals that the German government establish a special commission
for denazification of anti-Semitic and anti-democratic elements in the
federal administration, judiciary, educational services and the press.
Dr. Gerhard Schroeder, Minister
of the Interior, told newspaper
men here that the Chancellor "will
not consider such a move," declar-
ing that such action might result
in "unnecessary difficulties."
"With the help of the people." Dr
Schroeder said, "the authorities
can deal with the problem, without
resorting to such drastic steps."
Rejection came as a United Na-
tions subcommission voted Tues-
day to give high priority to dis-
cussion of the worldwide outbreak
of anti-Semitic manifestations de-
spite the opposition of the British,
French and United Arab Republic
members of the body.
The Subcom mission on Preven-
Continued en Page 9 A
U.S. Interests Seen Hurt by Anti-Israel Boycott
NEW YORK_(JTA)-The recent
termination by Regie Renault,
French automobile manufactur-
of the firm's business rela-
tions with the Kaiser Frazer ear
is-t-mbly plant in Israel, was de-
n-unced here by leaders of 17 ma
Jr American Jewish organizations
*> "capitulation" to Arab pres-
sures and "harmful to American!
and United Nations efforts toward'
stability in the Middle East and
toward world peace."
Pointing out that the Renault
Company has admitted that it
withdrew from Israel "because of
pressure from the Arab League
Boycott Office," and that, subse
quently. Renault was taken off the
Arab League's bUcklist. the state
ment declared:
"The Arab League boycott also
makes It impossible to achieve
progress toward peace in the
Middle last. UN Secretary Gen-
eral Dag Hammarsk jold has
characterised the boycott as a
'dead weight upon our efforts.'
It is a form of political and eco-
nomic aggression that creates
and maintains tension in the
Middle East. By keeping the
Middle last in a state of m*r
war, the boycott is a continuing
threat to world peace. So long as
the boycott lasts, interests vital
to America are jeopardized.
"The boycott has brought about
violations of the rights of Ameri-
can citizenship and interference
with the freedoms to trade, invest
and travel. Because the boycott
Continued on Page HA
Walter Says
Reds to Blame
WASHINGTON- man Francis E. Walter, of the
House Committee on Un-American
Activities, said this week he had
obtained information from "unas-
sailable" intelligence sources re-
vealing that the Communists were
behind recent anti-Semitic out-
breaks in West Germany.
Rep. Walter said he was satis-
fled that the anti-Jewish acts
were "Communist inspired for
the purpose of attempting to dis-
credit the West German Aden-
auer Government." He indicated
that West Germany was in no
way to blame for the Nasl mani-
festations.
According to Rep. Walter, Com-
munist agents rounded up hood-
lums to "create an image in the
public mind of a rebirth of the
Nazi atrocities against the Jews-
all as a part of a diabolical scheme
to further Communist designs in
West Germany."


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Page 2-A
Jennie Grossinger, Sam Goldf arb Will
Receive Seminary Eternal Light Awards;
Noted Stars Slated in Stage Preserrtation
roles. T*c play
ritten by
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and Sam- roles^ ^ ^ wlam Ro>1,
uelJ. GCdfarb will be hanore.^ Jam-^T ^^
JUS. liNHIt utossiMua
Young Adults 'January Hop'
Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults
held a "January Hop" Sunday eve-
ning at the Temple.
on more
the Jewish "Theological Seminary wno na, -;,,, Etcrnal
of America on Monday evening a than one p ^^
an Eternal Light award dinner a. UjM PJK M depld
the Hollywood Beach hotel. f^Vimilarity in the themes and
Prominent visitors from all over hilosnphles of the >mmrta >
the United States and Canada, as ,om Alejchem and his equally im
well as leading residents of Great- mortal American W*2*rV hr
er Miami. Hollywood. Ft. Laiider- The dinncr is being *
dale and Golden Beach, will be on h>,f of ,he seminary and its nm
hand to pay tribute to Mrs Gross Residence Hall, of which Mrs.
inger and Goldfarb, each of whom Grossinger is national hon"r.ys
will receive the Seminary's Eter- chairman. when sufficient funds
nal Light Award presented to those have bccn raisedi the Residenc
who have given "years of distin- Ha wj be erectcd at the S*mi-
guished service in the cause of na in New York l0 house women
| brotherhood and human dignity. stlK)ents of the Seminary's Teacn-
iAM OOtOfARe
*poupm *S*^uv inn
Rabbi Joseph E. Rockovsky
945 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-3595
Dr. Louis Fmkelstein, chan-
cellor of the Seminary, and Or.
Bernard Mandelbaum, provost of
the Seminery and editor of its
Eternal Light radio and televi-
sion series, will be emeno, the
dais guests, as will other scholars
and communal leaders.
A highlight of the affair will be
a special stage presentation entit-
led "Sholom Aleichem Meets Mark
Twain." starring Morris Carnov-
sky and John Beal in the title
ers Institute.
Hosts for the function are Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Green, Mr.
.nd Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tobin. Green,
Halperin, Sapiro and Tobin are
also serving as chairmen of the
merous awards for hi~ phiUaUu
pies. Among his most receaV
dertaklngs was the establiibj
of a "Good Heart Award" for.
high school senior deemed to h*
shown the "greatest kmdnesi t
understanding toward his
fcHowa." .....
Goldfarb act up his first "
Heart Award" in Linz, An*
where Adotph Hitler received
of his schooling. Traveling ibu
last summer, he visited Lini
felt "this place should not be
membered only as the town wh
Hitler spent his youth." He hit m
on the award as "a suitable
dote."
The award carries with it c
prise and an embossed scroll
the winning student, and the i
lanthropist has established a fo
datioo to assure continuance of |
annual award for the next
years-
Since the Liu achievers
Goldfarb has also establish.
"Good Heart Awards" in Paris i
in Rome.
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associate chairmen.
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Cabinel. which is assisting >n the
arrangements. Other members of
the Cabinet are Miss Lillian Good-
man and the Headlines Samuel J.1
Halperin, Irving Lehrman, Yaakov
Rosenberg. Samuel T Sapiro. .lack
Shapiro and Elizabeth Zcntlcr.
Mrs Grossinger. owner and hos-
less of the popular Grossinger
Country Club in New york state,
;,m! Goldfarb, one of the world's
largest dress manufacturers, have
been Miami Beach residents lor
several years.
Both have been honored many
tim< tor their active participation
in and support of innumerable
of worth on behalf of Juda-
ism and public welfan sirs
recipient of the
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a "This is Your Life" television
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Goldfarb also has received nu
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Friday. January 15, 1960
* Va/*V #< FU-rMH**.!"
Orovitz, Weinkle, Blank. Named to Top
National UJA Posts for Confabs Here
niittee for the national inaudurai *^-.-T^<- U" "
"merence of the United Jewish WeinWlTa trustee of Mt S,na7^%^rtTTho T^hT
Appeal to be held here Feb. 5 Hospital, a former campaign cha.r- mwe iha! Vi ia^iA^? ?r ^
through 7 at the Fontainebleau ho- i man of the Combined Jewish Ap- JA ,eaders from
Hi, il has ben announced by Mor-1 P**' Miami, and 3 leader in its
ns W. Berinstein, general chair- B'" Gifts Division. He formerly
man of the United Jewish Appeal. *'neii a chain of super-markets.
Page 3-A
jence of the United Jewish Appeal
I will launch a nationwide drive on
behalf of more than 600,000 men,
women and children in Israel and
125 other countries including I ho
.Z*L^J2 5*S '"* I-..!. and Si^^JTtoV'jsa
1 ,Pb h^ h 1.^7^ riT^' l?r!*idn, of Un*d S,a,es- w"1 be h* >" speaker at
.once of the United Jewish ^J^te ITi trustee of *? -ffl
Appc
all over the nation.
The United Jewish Appeal will
seek to raise a multi-million dol-
lar Special Fund in 1960 in addi-
Evening Recital Scheduled
Vatory, will present students in an
evening program Sunday, Jan. 24,
Susan Jones, head of the Drama j at the Miami Conservatory Recital
Department of the Miami Conser-1 Hall, 2973 Coral Way.
Blank, a general chairman r
l the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal ,lon ,0 tne Te*uX*r UJA budgetary
state in the is a founde" and past president of i n*eT' in ordcr to he|P "P**1 UP
minent Miami: ;he Gna^' Miami Jewish Federa- !ne 'M"1* Processes of immigrant
.:-----1 :1 ... l integration.
n
Orovitz will serve as chairman
of a committee of 77 UJA leaders
1 from nearly every
union. Two other prominent Miami ? u^".l.er 'f mi Jewish Federa
jei*h leaden will serve as mem-! 'n f,Mn,mi. He .l.* a -
1 r- of the committee. They are I ?e ?f .thf University of Miami for
Carl Weinkle and Sam Blank, both lhe ,ast tcn vc"-
active figures in the Combine' All three mjo are leaders in the
[Jewish Appeal of Miami.
Oroviti, who hat served at
Banker to Speak
Pace-Setters-ttvlsionofr the Corn At DOIlCl COtlfwlb
bined Jewish Appeal, and all vis-i NEW YORKDr. David Horo-
ited Israel on several occasions,!witz. Governor of the Bank of Is
presidont of Mr Sinai Hospital in order to stuffy conditions among rael. Israels central financial In-
here for the lest ten yeers, is a immigrants to that country. s t i t u t i on has
former president of the Greater | The national inaugural confer- \j^ eV come to the' Uni-
ted States to ad-
dress the nation-
al planning con-
ference of the
board of gover-
nors and execu-
tive committee
>f the Israel
Bond drive this
weekend, it was
innounced here
by Abraham Feinberg, president
of the Israel Bond Organization.
Dr. Horowitz, who served as the
first director-general of IsraeJ's
Ministry of Finance, will confer
with business and communal lead-
ers on plans for the 1960 Israel
Bond drive at the meeting, which
will be held at the Biltmore hotel
in New York this weekend.
jrsaqe for You' Request Period
rxtended to 4 Weeks Before Ceremony
So meny mothers have been
Liking advantage of The Jewish
flondian's offer of a free corsage
n the occasion of the Bas and Bar
Miuvah of their son or daughter
lii.it the request period was ad-
vanced Wednesday in order to fa-
cilitate making the arrangements.
1 1 rsage for You" is the name
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four weeks, instead of the two
weeks required previously.
These are the simple rules to
follow in order to receive your free
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Address a postcard to "Corsage
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date of the Bas or Bar Mitzvah
ceremony. List the following de-
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Your name, address, and
telephone number.
Name of the confirmand.
Date of the Bas or Bar
Miuvah.
Place where the ceremony will
be observed.
The corsage will come to you
free of charge in time to wear for
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The Israeli loader will report
on Israel's financial needs fer
economic development at the
throe-day conference, which has
been called to review the results
of the 1959 campaign for Israel
Bonds, and to adopt an effective
program of action for the com-
ing year. The I960 campaign will
mark the tenth year of the Israel
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Among other personalities who
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ference are Dr. Abba Hillel Silver,
of Cleveland, chairman of the
board of governors of the Israel
i Bond Organization; Feinberg,
l president; Ira Guilden, of New
York, national campaign chair-
man; Lawrence G. Laskey, of Bos-
ton, chairman of the executive
committee; Samuel Rothberg, of
Peoria, chairman of trustees; and
Mrs. Joseph Cherner, of Washing-
ton, D. C, chairman of the national
Women's Division.
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will speak on "Jewish Music
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in Atlanta A DOLP VON THAOD8N, pro.
** pafandlst for the Deutsche
Keichs Partei, whtch has Trpu.
dialed any possible .connexion,
with the recent violent ma a t
tation of anti-SemiQsgi iq
Germany, hit hard at the n>.
N. dress before the party's corn en-
. ... i fe rtffflher l'** VMh ThaTMrM'cWlfed tnift.'among-
"K J ^ -p"ms" ,,f ,hrsr ,riaU "re ,0 foun'1 '*
'''' ',, csof a Ducsscldorf newspaper. AUgemeine Wochen-
;" ,n Deu.schl.nd. whirh preache, undiluted hatred
L he manner o the old Testament." The Allgeme.nei Wochenaeitung.
"(Serman" Jewish weekly, granted von Thadden an interview
nC tTTdrP Skeman. who says that his party rejects continu.ns de-
\ ,',,.,. ,. ,... m.esponsible falsification of German his-
, v n,.....of the politician." also joins other fundamental ami-
Si c nX popular eHort lo repudiate the Third Reich slaughter
,,,, ,,.ws The interview, which appeared in the Nov. U.
1M8'edition of .he weekly, interrogated von arlden with respect to
.,. p:is, r acts. Vo 13 No. 6). Accord-
,.,;,. propagandist, all these problems lead in the last analy-
sjs*,., the Jewish question, which suffers under a distortion of facts."
v. von Thadden sees ... "because of Us obvious inaccuracy. the re-
.., of the six million figure "only serves to strengthen anti-
Semitic elements "
Bui he cannons in the next breath, racism is an absurd charge
liormanv because 'our principal allies in the present world
belong to different racial categories. By this, I mean
the Indian and Arabic sphere- What are the Arabs other than
Semites?" ,.
When the A! i '< Wo< hcnzeitung reporter replied that yours
is then the pai Nazis after all." von Thadden countered:
'of curse the 'Deutsche Reichs Panel has membera wl have
ested .he past regime" and "these people are actixn
i tnt. imei the party. Don't other political parties likewise
maneuver with their left and right wings"'" -*
: : :
umsutm WHS ON OUK OWN SHOWS
WHATEVER THE ROLE of the DRI' in the present anti-Semitic
disturbances, in Germany, .he fact remains that the syUoaVs-Sfa/
ridden eet n system is ultimately even more responsible.-' A topic's
judicial disregard for .he rights of others is the sure road to demo-
tic oblivion. This must be no less true for our own country.-than
i. is for "civilized"' Germany, which apparently once again flexes her
totalitarian muscli
Thai hed the United States and that Com-
munism seems to be taking the blame f'>r their arrival are sufficient
i iusc momentarily to survey of the German judicial condi-
tion in order I i ioe our own,
Dr Leonard Levy, the graduate school of .Brandeis \'ni-
versity. in an address before the P.randeis University Club of Greater
Miami i n Saturda: i xony hotel, charged that Congres-
sional investigations are usurping the role of our courts, which persist
in their refusal to do anything about it. Labeling the inquiries "legis-
lative .rial-.'' Dr Levy examined the historical basis of such. Congres-
sional activity which, he declared, "is an investigative power neces-
sary to the enactment of valid laws "
id have run the
. the 1920s and
'30's, he noted, some of the nation's great liberals were praised for
thuir inquiry into Harding Administration scandals, the excesses of
management, and the outrages of Wall Street. New Dealers like
LaFollette. Norris, Wagner, and Hugo Bl.uk achieved recognition in
this regard.
Congressional quizzes, he said, go back to 1792. and
gamut "from witch hunts to white wash." During
Sli
Understanding Begins in Hearts of Men b
Like the shot heard round the world, the
onti-Semitic outburst that hit the Jewish com-
munity of Cologne, Germany on Christmas eve
is now with us in Florida. But the fire at Lex-
ington and Concord launched the fulfillment of
man's aspiration to be free; the conflagration
set by a handful of Nazi sympathizers in
Cologne are the cinder and ashes of burned
cut hatreda hatred that sent six million Jews
to their concentration camp graves less than
two decades ago.
Numbers are no criterion, and this is some-
thing the world should understand. Small as
a force the new German dictator-minded may
be, they are a force with which to be reckoned
one that on another occasion proved its
capacity to develop at a moment's notice into
a monstrous movement and that catapulted
presumably civilized men into the second
global war of the twentieth century.
The swastikas that defaced the Cologne
Synagogue have since traveled throughout the
The Eternal Light Awards
The Eternal Light award dinner Monday
evening at the Hollywood Beach hotel honors
two Greater Miamians well-known to their
neighborsand to a large number of Ameri-
cans and persons throughout the world for their
philanthropic and civic-minded endeavor.
The Jewish Theological Seminary of
America wUl cite Mrs. Jennie Grossing*'and
Sam Goldfarb. The dinner, itself, is a tribute
o the Seminary as one of the great centers of
learning and scholarship.
sSSI n? ?gain Proves its continuing
sponsorship of ethical and traditionally reliq-
ous principal. In human affairs no less than
m its world-renowned educational program
major cities of Western Europe and America lo
reach into Florida and Greater Miami.
We welcome Gov. LeRoy Collins' sharp
condemnation of these vicious apparitions. We
commend the state's law enforcement officers
who are doing everything within their power to
contain the vandalism. But vigilance is not
enough. The condemnation and the statements
of opprobrium must come from the hearts of
men everywhere no less than horn the voices
of their leaders.
Short of a determined vow on the part of
each cf us that ugly racism of this sort will not
be permitted to run rampant a second time
within a single generation, official efforts can
be considered little more than welcome for-
mality.
Information reaching us from New York
mS^?CTS ?Qt f ,he unreP"ea anests
made thus far. the majority of the apprehended
culprits are youngsters between 12 and 18
ZffZ- a?eT-per30ns Wi,houl a background
*S3ha,e movemen,s- ,een-ag- b-
tL. But ft 5 ,he kind of mischief that feeds
? Jr iNaZ1 Pre,enhon' "d as time go^by
LTy.^me mvcrea8in9ly difficult ,o draw
atrncephere that makes i, sp^uaily^uLor
of the youth of this nation to be attracted^ SI
fancy cf the hate monger that conrS Y
Semitism as roundly as i would helVf"
tion of any other form of u'nwfe^
wi^P^T!o^ofanSmi,0-
a ^i tSdhNSorTy r^
UN subcommission vS ^ aiv'e n "' "^ a
cussion to the problem 9 PUn^ dis"
SEARCHING IWVISTIC4T/0N AND DM MOCfSS
UT THE LATTER, a Supreme Court Justice today, is typical of the
liberal minds of our time who condemned the investigative aetiv-
II j of Jenner, Eastland. McCarthy. McCarran. Velde. and others.
N : i- it, Dr. Levj indicated, that the nature of Congressional inquiries
has changed for the worse In 1925. one commentator called them
professn hers of dun-hills More recently, noted columnist
waiter Uppman spoke of such investigations as "a k-galued itwerty
that doetn'i stop short of cannibaUsa." ^^
lnau-..ura.inB the first of a three-lecture winter sefiel here under
the auspices of the Brandeis University Club. Dr. Lew-declared that
1 "'< the aspects of a court trial, bnt thev
"J*.*1 ,l- le' Thus. Congremen are iurtee
:\fx :' l":'"-'> '> character assassin.Hon. hi'this
the spini ol the Bill of Rights a4so. IncWetrt.Hy.
'in of confronting their aWusert. crws-
Thu '""' '"'*'r (,,'""'"t.c guarantee*. !
Sn'ahK r.^1'*' hVmiua,1> n,ed' ,he ,a,c !** McCarthy was un-
tbe n% toW. witness;. The rt*tu*
urnforn n,^',m i f?'M b> ,hls committee*' CalnTTor
"nqui,? Dr TpvvTp Tl"?* l U" P'a>" s Procedural ruk* of
-e\ i;,'i V f !,erc thould ** "no coaf,,cbetween
of law onThc olher "' gaUn' n ,he nC h"nd' du* pr"
NMMHW THl NONCONfOKMISI
l^ifSS THAT 'V S6f 5 f ,he constitution give, each House
I a d -.ives '" '"^"Sh "s own P^edural rnt. K.
minimum SdJE ISS^**. -^nced-pcMs^^ere
courts the Brandei. i, ,,n c>'n'cal commentary on. the
a Practice nv?rt, V:?n^rft'T ld,tod U",t riade
">cn. ahhouih ,i ^ t l',r?' motlvM of invesfljsjinf Con-
! a'mough it acknowledged that invalid JWuIrie^ are
' vHCnart.dbU,,l;;f."n,hmeriCan "^^ """ -**<
rawf ,S"enCe- Thev ta^-PH**^
b> "t'midaloninXS ^"J- CommunUt*-:^|aMJhti
auto da fe-even houah ? nn.cr f the lncient star'cliambef ariS
can prove da ^to^ either. Such legislative triaji
THUS' in '" UU ,Khe W'y "' Mti0Ml W,ri,y"
*h'ch punishes ii \SL I e,,abIl*h k'nd of perpetual
with the attendant by natlon' humiliation and black-
"They make no annw"t'W) f ,hc P0*" of "" lfveD-
Uwances or youth, naivete, good intent
room for redemption 'nnoccnc*- "e decUred. "Nor do they leave
Jr' >''"- rJS- may hav 8Pw"'i Communist In the
en. But i of yesterday ,. todays respectable
d. "to estabh tUgMa* ovlook thil> r*. Uvy
uspicion based on uncorroborted alle|atioo that
Cont,ni,,d on PaBt |4_A


Friday. January 15. 1960
+Jewlsii HrrHian
Anti-Jewish Incidents Seen Mounting
Page 5-A
NEW YORK- of the United State, where m pxevioue manifestations had keen M
istered. reports continued to flow in this week of synagogue desecra-
tions, defacement, of public building, with the Nazi-swastika and the
appearance of such slogans as "Death to the Jew.."
At the same time, responsible j" ~-------------------------
public opinion began to crystallite I $*,,. i.coo K ... .
in sharp condemnation of such ac- York *- u,, 'S,M. ,*!\ .!.
outbreak of anti-Jewish vandal
tivities.' Leader, of all religious
faiths expressed their horror, poli-
ticians and statesmen called for
stern counter-action, authorities in
many lands and in cities through-
out the United States alerted their
police force, to guard against fur-
ther anti-Semitic actions and to ap-
prehend the culprits.
Ii Washington, while six auto-
mobile owners, including the night
watchman at the Israeli Embassy,
reported their cars had been
smeared with swastikas, three
members spoke up at the Senate in
sharp condemnation of the resur-
gent plague of anti-Semitism.
i*m "warrant. our severest can-
damnation." Ha warnad that the
significant, of tha outbursts
could be minimiied "only at our
peril." San. Wayne Morris, of
Oregon, warnad We.t Germany-
where tha now anti-Semitic wave
had been touted off by tha det
aeration of tha Cologne Syna-
goguethat the world will not
tolerata "tha rising tide of anti-
Semitism." San. Thomas Kuch.l,
Of California, viewed "tha now
ugly labor of bigot, with shock,
dismay and tha deepest kind of
indignation.."
lrrrn to the editor -
Special Chanuka Edition
Receives Reader's Praise
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridlsn:
A hearty thank, for the Chanuka
present to your readersthe Cha-
nuka Edition of The Jewish Flor
jdian.
Each of the articles and features
was filled with veritable honey.
Your editorial, "We are in Busi-
ness with Nasser," was the first of
many treasures. Saul Kay Kalch-
man's letter, "Molly Goldberg
Missed the Spirit of Chanuka," and
the feature, "Chanuka as a Major
American Holiday," made me
proud to be a reader.
The article. "Florida'. Modern
Chanuka Story," describing the B.
J Harris case, aa well aa "Judah
MaccabeeWorld'. First Guerilla"
and "Two Thousand Years of Bene i
l-rael in India," are also to be
Iduded.
This Chanuka Edition was truly
the finest possible Chanuka gift
(or Greater Miami Jewry.
WILLIAM PESKOFF
Miami Beach
Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, presi-
dent of -tha National" Conference of
Christian, and Jews, .aid: "At the
moment, the crimes have an un-
determined cause. But whether ul-
timately this work be disclosed as
the machinations of a neo-Nazi
movement, or the offenses of dis-
eased and tortured individuals,
they cry out in warning to a world
which recoils with horror at the
lingering memory of Hltlerism."
At Lima, Peru, Israeli Ambassa-
dor Tuvia Arazi received a letter
from the Peruvian Student Feder-
ation of San Marcos University-
oldest university in the Americas
condemning "vehemently the re-
crudescence of anti-Semitism in
Germany." and offering "all help
to the noble Israeli people." "The
San Marcos students," stated the
letter, "will not allow the resur-
I gence of the painful experiences of
the war days, nor the establish-
ment of new ghettoes."
In New York, where the City-
Commission on Intergroup Rela
tions was drafting a report on the
swastika daubings and related ac-
tivities, police arrested two more
youths in the crackdown against
anti-Semitic outbursts. The pair,
both aged 16, were charged with
breaking windows at a synagogue
in Queens. Six others were ar-
rested for a similar synagogue des-
ecration in Brooklyn.
At Marshalltown, la., the syna-
gogue was found to have been des
ecrated by the swastika. The town's
police chief, D. A. Dooley, de-
nounced the act which, he said,
"must have been committed by
some stupid, moronic imbeciles."
Asserting that "this is a church
- town, and we don't go for that kind
:& VJSi <* ** I*"-" Ckief Dooley pled*-
e m tol,mK about. he ""* would find the cul-
- prits and "bring them to justice."
At Harrisburg, Pa., Oo*. David
police action
the field, has lauded this book and
has sent us a letter to. this effect,
completely unsolicited.
JONATHAN DAVID COMPANY
Publisher.
New York City
EDITORS NOTE: The unsolicited
Utter u by A
o*. H ] who
knowt what h
meant what he tays. and he sayt
what ii true." The review u by /elf-
ish Flondun Boo\ Editor Hilary
Mmdlm (Nv. 27. Page 14-A).
after an anti-Jewish inscription
hod boon found painted on tha
facade of a local synagogue. The
Governor said he was "shocked
more than that, saddened" by
such desecrations in-eke state's -
capital.
At the United Nations, the Inter-
national League for the Rights of
Man formally requested that a sub-
committee to meet next week to
debate religious rights and free-
doms condemn the recent out-
rases and probe into their "origin
ind purpose."
Police went into action In Istan-
bul, Turkey, after synagogue and
Jewish community leaders receiv-
?d swastika-emblazoned letters, ur-
ging "Death to the Jews." At Rio
de Janeiro, the chief of the Fed-
eral police department announced
he had traced desecrations com-
mitted at synagogues in Sao Paulo
and in various provincial cities to
an anti-Semitic group in Sao Paulo.
The reports of further incidents
came from places so remote from
one another as Jacksonville. Fla.,
and small towns in Austria, an
American military base employing
Germans at Giessen, West Ger-
many, and the London suburbs at
Catford and Bromley.
Two large swastikas were
found on a Jewish cemetery in
Bushley Park in London, one
was almost three foot high. They
were daubed in black paint on
the main pillar of the cemetery
entrance. Swastika, also were
painted on a Jewish clubhouse
in Hertfordshire. "Bury the
Jews" was among the slogans
painted on business premises af
Axminister, Devon.
At Bristol, four red swastikas
were smeared on a synagogue, and
another was painted on the door of
a house. At Kingston, three red
swastikas were painted on the
doors and a pillar of the Kingston
and Surbiton District Synagogue.
In Manchester, a swastika was
painted on the door of the home
of a Jewish community leader.
Geneva headquarters of the
World' Council of Churches ex-
pressed its horror and called for a
halt to the anti-Semitic manifesta-
tions. Francis Cardinal Spellman
of New York said the wave of Nazi-
like incidents "should be con-
demned by every decent citizen
and right-thinking individual."
In Cincinnati, teachers at an ele-
mentary school with a large pro-
portion of Jewish pupils discover-
ed on desks chalked signs reading
"Death to the Jews," and "Hitler
defeated, but not dead."
The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith announced in New
York that its national director,
Benjamin R. Epstein, was leaving
for West Germany to discuss the
recent anti-Semitic incidents with
officials of the Bonn government.
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OFFICERS
.._......................................President
,.............Executive Vice President
~~~~.~~...............Vice President
................................Vice President
....._.......................Vice President
.......i..........._...........Vice President
Vice President
Joseph 1
G. D. Fohmer ..
W. E. Bovd .......
C. M. Carpenter
I. A. Gerard ....
Stanley C Gray
John L. Holl ...
Mouf.ce K. Lewis. Jr................................-.......Vice President
C H. Mclntire ..........._...........Vice President ond Comptroller
AA. E. Net..........................................................Vice President
Sonford R. Piarce................Vice President ond Trust Officer
R L Rudolph .......-.......................................-...Vice President
Homer C. Smith ..._...........................................-Vice President
N. Robert Hammer .....................-.............................Cashier
Edwin Cockeroft .................................Assistant Vice President
France. P. Lyons ...-..-.......................Assistant Vice President
Andrew J. Deon ......._...............Assistant Cashier and Auditor
John W. Cage ......'_. ......-...............Assistant Cashier
John W. Conbey ........................................Assistant Coshier
Potro Gore* ......................-......................AesWoot Cosnier
France* Y. Greene..................................-AssAsrent Coshier
J. M. Groist............................-................-Assistont Coshier
Alma M. HoHoavy ...........-................-..........-A"**** Caehier
L. J. ReaSer...................................................Aasrstont Cashier
Deneyl D. Smith ...........-.............................>nHH- Coshier
John Max VVeyer, Jr.....................................Assistant Cashier
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Page 6-A
Beach Prepares Welcome for Nixon
yW r_______ Vice ."resident Richard It.
Leon J. Ell (left) is chairman of the reception committee which
will greet Vice President Nixon and Mrs. Nixon during their
stay at the Roney Plaza hotel this weekend. Ell is shown with
the Vice President (center) and John Booth, nationally-noted
Republican leader, at a recent meeting in Mr. Nixon s office
on Capitol Hill.______________________________________
, President Beta*Nixon
Md Mrs. Nixon will be **
Miami Beach Mayor D. I
en hen the Vice Preii*J ar
riTM at the airport here t nda> at
* Powell Will pre.nt.hn
Vice President with a gold kiy to
the City of Miami Beach.
A brunch will b presented in
the Nixons' honor Saturday
corning, III* a.m.. tf the Ron-
,y Plat, hotel, where they will
be staying on their br.ef week-
end visit here.
At 2:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Nix
en Will be taken by official Miami
Beach limousine and police escort Emanu-El's United Synagogue Youth chapter was rep-
the Vice President will meet and
^GrSu"dS.noi the, Son was^Rededication to Israel, God and Torah." Shown ore
1 Steven Robinson. Mrs. Hope Herman. Temple Emanu-El youth
activities advisor, Jack Feldman. and Rosalind Lehrman. Not
included in the photo, but attending the convention, was Frcn-
cine Goldstein. _________________________
WhCfe r'e^nted^bY^'ioar''delegates at the ninth annual USY national
convention recently in New York City. Theme of the conven-
Sisterhood Wi!! Hear Fassler
Next regular meetinc of Temple vice, who will speak on 'Current
Beth Am "Sisterhood will be held Attitudes Towards Adoption and
on Monday. 8:30 p.m.. at the Tern- Foster Homes.
pie. Fassler has been appointed by
Vice Presidential reception com-
mittee, which includes Sen. Harry
P. Cain. James Guilmartin. James
Dickey, Mayor Powell. Lelaiid lly
zer. Baron de H.r-ch Meyer and
Irving Pollack.
a contingent of Dade county Re- Budget Committee to meet
publicans, led by county chairman
Matthew M SI. pin and state com- jnc budget committee of the
library of the Bureau of Jewish
F.ducation. 135 NE 3rd ave Leon
Kaplan, chairman, said the a-en-
Mrs. Herman Feldman, program
chairman, will introduce Maxwell
Fassler, assistant directors of the Youth.
Jewish Family and children's Ser- March
Gov. Collins as a member of the Saturday morning to fete the Vice
Florida delegation to the White president.
Conference on Children and ____________
da will consist of a review of the |
mitteemen Arthur A. AtkinMm ami Greater Mjami Jewisn Federation proposed 1960 budget of the Bu-
Mn Frances C. Mason, all <>f Mi- ,u .
ami. will head for Miami Beach will meet Tuesday, 8 p.m., in the
reau of Jewish Education.
whuh will be held in
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eeling Grows Bonn Must be More WatchW
NEW YORK -(JTA) Opinion dismay; mo,, than appr.heod
as growing thli week in United and punish culprits. It must take
laU Jewish leadership that the ih. fvnd.mental t*ci.i measures
urrent ""tbIM*UtJIlV ^JSJl10,, itf* J*Mrvara of m. Carman
lUl,nts in tneTjntfeo* Stater&Td' Sesne have f*r aiTajJ*ora4 aT
ot represent an_organised anti- h^ ^ COUft# H Germany's re-
Hia family of fraa democratic
nationa."
many, at grave incidents "that _
cannot be looked upon as isolated I m,n?r par,y
that "the German people must
come to terms with their past."
"This is not," he continued, "a
matter of apprehending a number
of culprits, or even of outlawing a
It is a matter of
kemitic threat. There was also
iMretment that West German au-
liorit^p still had not taken the
nrasiire? necessary to stop the
nfection there.
Spokesmen for the national Jew-
fh organizations in the United,
Elates disagreed, however, about
rtistence of an international
plot" whichin the view of some
|adershas been directing out-
roppinps o f swastika-daubings,
lazi type sloganeering, threats
fn d s\nagogue desecrations in
ewish centers on five continents.
iinnr.. v c_k .....act, Dut must be viewed against
Henry E. Schultz national chair i the nation's history "
man of th e Anti Defamation [ ~ ,7 n ~~
League of Bnal Brith. described1 Conced,n* that the German *""
gaining general acceptance of a
public policy that repudiates the
p"ast unequivocally, and seeWlo
ernment has made anti-Semitism a i create a society that is democratic
QOTMration *. rai *iniiim uaaa iiiiug etiui-ovrmiiiaiii | --' -" -
-__rM Partner In j the recent developments in Ger- punishable crime, Mr. Schultz said I in concept and practice.
The existence of such
vide "coordination" was soon by
)r. Joachim Prim, president of
jhr American Jewish Congress.
Herbert B. Ehrmann, president
ti-.t American Jewish Commit-
it, t*id Germany was still "the
ocsl centtr of infection for enti-
fctmilism."
(Seven major national Jewish or-
mzati< ns that joined in a state-
mt issued by the National Com
[uniiy Relations Advisory Coun-
cxprrssed the conviction, how-
ler, that "evidence at this time
be- not justify the conclusion that
spate of incidents are parts
an orcaniied plot or the result
central planning or direction."
he statement warned that "the
jpidity and range" of the recent
ti-Semitic manifestations are
[use ft r concern, and merit close
Id alert attention."
crganizatlona signing the
. ii:-v statement were the
neriean Jewish Congress, the
Iwish Labor Committee, Jewish
r Veterans of the UMLA., Na-
?nal Council of Jewish Women,
uon of American Hebrew Con-
eaatiens. Union of Orthodox
lish Congregation* of America,
Id the United Synagogue of
nenca.
|Dealmg with the incidents en the
ner.can scene, the Joint state-
i-nt said that they "appear to be
work of cranks end hoodlums
hoie weak and impressionable
bnd- have been infected by th*
lamples set by the German anti-
\m\u- responsible for the wave
dts<(rations in that country."
It added that "while it would
unwise to dismiss er dtsre*
bird any such wave ef incidents
[% these that have taken place,
is equally important that reck-
Jhrawinos and other vandalisms
sra apparently the werfc eff
MiUlly disturbed perpetrate*s
be tm gee rated er given un>
Pus prominence."
iThe mm and organizations speak-
lg for the American Jewish eora-
lunity were in virtue) accord in
leir attitude on the German sit-
>tk>n. They agreed there was no
?son to doubt the sincerity of
M West German Government in
Kkmg to punish anti-Semitic acts,
V insisted that "much more fund-
wntal measures are required."
["Germany remains the breeding
pnd of anti-Semltiam, the roani
1st souue of an infecUon that can
fread swiftly, as the recent rash
incid, nts suggests." the NCRAC
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f**r and influence in the West
prmar, Government, including its
J'oar> and ministries. No sys-
oatic effort, have been made to
r"'( 'h(' German people "away
r the ideologies of Nanism."
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Friday. January 15, i960
Socialists Battle Adenauer
Proposal for Special Laws
, j f 1 hi ht dHM of anti-Semitic Incl-
B0X\_(JTA)-Loader of the IMJW
Social Democratic and Krce Dm- dents.
ocratic Parties announced IWS ,n W(.s, B,,ri,n. the City I jus-
week they would oppose the Aden deptrtroenl asked the Western
auer Governments attempts W paUon authorities for PennU-
mend the penal code to torWd |nviik(, ., 19l5 of the
the puhlic
Four-Power Control Council ban
ninfl all lorms of Nazi activity
Mayor Wil! Brandt, denouncinj the
of their "nationality. MM 01 re- i-;ik, ,,,.,,.,. as 'lolls up-
liglon or other traits of heritage.^, ^^n |aM Wl., Berlin's police
would crack down on neo Nazi clc
practices endangering
peace through incitement to hatred
against particular groups becai
have to decide wkeOHr to ask the
constitutional Court at Leipzig to
declare the party illegal.
Opera Guild
or CREATFlt afUatl
prenura
La Gioconda
By PonrhieUi
Dad* CoaMy AailUorlum
i.m. IS and turn. JO
Miami Bearh Auditorium
Jan. 27
A Social Democratic spokesman
explained his party view by Bsw rl
In, that "legislation affectii
special group is
to democracy
meiits
always a danger lhcm-
wherever it diacoven 1
Foreign Minister Hemnch von
Joseph M. Lipton (left), president and director of Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Assn. of Miami, receives congratulations
ficm Bernard Neary, general manager of WGBS Radio, Mi-
ami. Dade Federal Savings' "outstanding contribution to the
Scuth Florida community for more than a quarter of a cen-
tury" was the theme of the interview aired over WGBS. The
S145 million institution serves some 80,000 Dade Federal
savers and mortgage account holders.
The Cabinet decided at a special Hrentaiio received A L haster-
meeting to seek tins legislation as mM 0r thr World Jewian Congress
a weapon to fiyht the current anti- norc ,|jxCuss the situation. Pol
Semitic outbreak which beyan in |mvlm. the meeting, Mr Easter-
Cologne on Christmas eve. The ,,,., My n,. was satisfied with
Government failed some month- Ho|T von Brentano'a assurances
ajO to secure adoption of thi-. leg ,),.,, tMl, moa[ ipeedy and effective
islation. There were man) objec legislative and administrative niea-
tions to the draft by leaders of sUn.s wouy ni. ^ea to uproot
many parties as well as by Jewish ^.l7l e|ementl in the Federal Re-
leaders in Germany. Some of the puh|jc.
aW^ Sn^oSrtheTJs' The Ministry of the Interior. ,,
he, ect.onJ however, felt ommendationa to the Cabinet on
ffif'theaSendmen. did not go far onUo toj. ta. h
Soviet Official 'Explains' How
Moscow Suburb Synagog Burned
Continued from Paae 1-A
The incident had attracted world-
wide attention.
According to the Soviet official,
somebody had started a fire in the
upper floor of the synagogue, as
well as jn a building of the ad-
joining cemetery. The dead woman,
h< -aid, was suffocated by smoke
while trying to escape the flames.
The entire monetary loss, Mr.
Voschikow said, was only about
200 rublesthe equivalent of $20.
Mr. Voschikow's version of the
Malachowska incident the first
given by any Soviet official since
Oct. 4is that the religious serv-
ices in the Malachowska House of
Jewish Worship had not been inter-
rupted even for a single day. He
said those responsible for the fire
have been found, and judicial in-
vestigation into the occurrence is
now under way. Declaring that he
did not know the names, number,
or ages of those responsible for the
incident, he held nevertheless the
episode was one of "hooliganism
committed by an isolated group
and did not constitute organized
action."
Othtr reliable unofficial infor-
mation about the Malachowska
I incident differed from the ver-
sion given by Mr. Voschikow.
Doubting that the incident was
the fault of an unorganiied
group, the unofficial sources
stated that during two consecu-
tive nights before and after the
incidents anti-Semitic leaflets
bearing the slogan, "Hit Jews
and Save Russia," were placed
on walls of Jewish homes in Mai-
achowka. The leaflets also re-
ferred to the town as "a second
Jerusalem." The population of
Malachowka is about 30,000, of
which about ten percent are
Jews.
The unofficial sources insisted
that the dead woman had not been
suffocated by smoke but had been
enough.
The present code leaves up to
local prosecutors to determine
how to apply the code in regard
to racism, making it possible for
culprits to escape with jail sen-
tences of only a week or with
fines only. The amendment pro-
vides jail sentences of "at least
three months." A spokesman for
the Ministry of the Interior said
at a news conference here that
there is "no conclusive evidence"
pointing to any central organiza-
tion or overall coordination of
respect to the Deutsche Reich
Party, a right-wing neo-Nazi or
sanitation. The Cabinet will then
Eileen Ferret!
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age at several thousand dollars,
declaring that the cemetery and
the caretaker's home were destroy-
ed and that several hundred Jew-
ish books had been lost in the
flames. Furthermore, they insisted
the Oct. 4 incident was only the
last of a series of similar attempts
made earlier to burn down the
synagogue at Malachowka.
According to the unofficial
sources, there was considerable de-
lay on the part of the authorities
in taking action following the inci-
dent, but steps were finally taken
after the incident had been given
prominence in the foreign press.
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Friday- January IS. 1960
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Page 9-A
Bonn Chief Opposes New Denazification Program
Continued from P.O. l.A .,_,. u ..
Continued from Pag }.&
- Tien by Km government was
tion of Discrimination and Protec-' nJphM,' by Zachariah
tion of Minorities, a unit of the : 5^M,,,#r< European director for
t'N Commission on Human Rights : American Jewish Commit-
took the aciion on a petition of the h ''- cH#d n0*4 *" "-
International League for the Rights
of Man. supported by the World
Jewish Congress. Chile and Uru-
guay led the fight ,-or tne commis-
sion action which was carried by a
------------ www iwi viicn-
inafino former Naiis from policy-
making position* in tho govern-
ment, including Cabinet minis-
trios and tho fiold of oducation.
Expressing the hope that Cab-
Nazis held high posts in Chancellor
Adenauer's government.
Ollenhauer cited by name such
officials as Theodor Oherlaender,
Minister for Expellees and War
I Victims, Dr. Hans-Globke, and Min-
ister of the Interior Gerhard
jSchrocder.
Protests against the activities
and demands for action were also
vote of six in favor one against m^nmm* ,ne >0Pe that Cab-
Judge Philip i iMtwiVh,the,,hnnobe T.n "E, --'*'J*--*^1 9""^ **-\d***V **** U^BBt MklMl
ed for anti-Jewish activities. He
was reported to be a member of
the Deutsches Reichs Party.
West Berlin police Sunday ar-
rested nine youngsters for anti-
Semitic .daubings at the Marien-
born border station between West
and East Germany.
West Berlin's school superinten-
dent, Carl-Heinz Evers, announced
that he would take immediate dis-
arm" five abstentions, ju<
Halpern. United States member of \Z 5|",'h hope "* "",itude f. German University Women, teachers who refuse to teach the
the commission, was not present d,H^ ,,.., *one- Mr the German Soldiers Assn., Frank- facts about the Hitler regime. He
there can be no doubt furt Mayor Werner Bockelmann, pledged also to keep former Nazis
at-Tuesday's session.
v "u;hi, o-i... ? u- real 8hock- shamc and and the Hessian Trade Unions.
n wnue Booh on Nazi atroci- indignation" provoked by the re-1
ties is being prepared by experts cent anti Semitic incidents "among
in I i tii nit .. .1 i \ _. __a II a. .
joufh masters
Center Maps
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:.
annnum
B. Sin.
Greater
Center.
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mil ci i
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the I
merit of Joseph Masters
r.;in of the 1960 communi
Jewish Music Festival was
ed Wednesday by Isidore
a/, president of the
Miami Jewish Community
rs. GMJCC vice president.
!mate plans for the an-
ic events, sponsored by
' with the cooperation of
Assn.
in London and Vienna, and will be
distributed to all schools in West
Germany, Dr. Schroeder added.
The specific proposal for the
creation of a new denazification
commission was presented over
the weekend to Foreign Minister
Heinrich von Brentano by Alec
Easterman. political director of
the European department of the
World Jewish Congress.
Tho need for "fundamental ac-
SurWay evening. Mar. 6, has
been designated as the time of
tr.i$ year's festival. A program
commitiee has already met to
map plant for the concert.
Hntn of the committee in-
clude ( antor David Conviscr. Can-
tor Wil. am Lipson. Cantor Jacob
BoriMcr. Cantor Israel Reich
Barren Breeskin. Mrs. Arnold
Crrenf. 11, Eli Samuels, Emanuel
Tropp distant Center director
f Mr Kstelle Fein Hardin. |aa>
tirii e v cutive secretary.
A meiting of the committee, rep-
resent r many community organ-
nation- wi|| be held Jan. 7 at Tem-
pi* Israel
Court Upsets
City's Elections
Continued from Pago 1 A
JJ dominant Mapai P.rty. The
Jjjjr-I' Ziom*o, wh. ear. for
* Munlcipoi Council, called
no, k"" *PH had
s :zj,tm~*by *
UkIuaT***' Tht "'lopes.
m'*i Zionists.
W'"Z foJhe lMtt" **&
the n d ba.'U had "*" d br
Pn,net's election committee
UN stamp, were not neees-
JJ'le the Gorerament will ,p.
ounc, !ow7.ar,-,ived co",,,on
"ecot, ,i"" ru,'d "* office.
were ,., to get
f"uni -ill K** "trs* one
fend. r. ,tT- Would **
1. aP"- Under th* *
Knai. 8e0eral poUUc'1 con"
*h,,h 0PPWd t0 ntw cUom.
l^;:c^",oulof"bou,
C TTn80f membr Mo-
-chid,]r'',ysr","ur"t. Program
uv.tl;d,progreM report*
* dung 1M9i pUM fw ^
*.'.. *m'ce for ,he hard-
ft'" was shown.
"The
all decent and responsible ele-
ments" in West Germany. How-
ever, he added, the measures thus
{far proposed "still do not corres-
jpond to this shock and indigna-
tion."
' Erich Ollenhauer, chairman of
i the opposition Social Democratic
, party, proposed that the United Na-
tions investigate the current wave
I of anti-Semitic excesses in West
i Germany and charged that no solu-
tion was possible as long as former
More arrests were announced
hare in efforts at various levels
of the West German government
to apprehend and punish the cul-
prits in the anti-Semitic actions
in the Federal Republic.
Werner Sciidefer. 18, a lock-
smith, was arrested in Aschaffen-
burg. Heinz Hettenhausen, 42, a
Dortmund waiter was sentenced to
four months in jail for libeling
Jews.
A 19-ycar-old soldier at the Boe-
lingen military base was suspend-
out of teaching Jobs and education-
al administrative posts.
West Berlin Mayor Willi Brandt
asked the West German Parlia-
ment to deal with the incidents at
i:s meeting. He urged action by
the West German Federal Repub-
lic against all anti-Semites and neo-
Nazis.
Bishop Richard Silbelius, presi-
dent of the German Protestant
Church, sent a cable to Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion of Israel
expressing the "horror and deep
perplexity" of German Christian-
ity over the anti-Semitic incidents.
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Friday. January 15. 1960
Pag* 10-A
Law Vigilant as Swastikas Hit Honda
LOW* ri^ j>kMnvjii- ^
Continued from Pa8e M
the Jacksonville
KS CSir
gained "umber of .hr....
including "Death to .11 J~-
Blown, sporial^ aficnt in sodes.
campus of the University of Flor
ida was Sunday smeared.'J
swastika, and reports this wees
also included the stuffing of mjU K JacksonviUe FBI of.ee.
boxes in the Carol City area with cnarg ^^ >.. if the
copies of -Cross and Flas.ann- Mid M w federal cxlortlon
Semitic publication of Gerald l
K. Smith.
licved the incident! of swastika
painting around the world were
the result of latent anti-Jewish
feelings and not of pranksters ap-
injj German pre-Chrlitnfii epi-
Temple Beth Am leaders receive best wishes of Moshe Leshn
diaht), Consul of Israel for the Southastern region of the United
States, as they plan the Temple's first anual dinner for Israel
Eonds David Light (left) and Herman Feldman (center) are
honorary chairman and co-chairman, respectively, of the din-
ner to be held Sunday evening, Jan. 24. at the Temple. Harry
Golden, author of "Only in America" and "For 2c P'aJ-JJ"
be guest speaker. i j"
Lt. J. C. Crewe of the '"""
villa Detective Division sa'd "all
conference members have been
advised earlier to be on the look-
out for the spread of *wa.t.k.
symbols in the South. The
Clearing House was set up M
Jacksonville in 1958 following
series of terrorist bombings in
Jacksonville and Mlavi. The FBI
office said that two letters had
been turned over to the FBI in
Jacksonville which were address-
ed to the Jacksonville Jawish
"We should net be deluded."
ha said, "into thinking that
these acts are) done> by thugs and
pranksters fer ne4sxiett. There
is still widespread anti-Semitic
reeling lying let* below the sur-
face which will aetae en any oc-
currence te become actsW
laws.
Gov. LeRoy Collins issued ,
staement in Tallahassee, calling
he Shrek of ant.Senut.sm in
Florida "despicable" Hef asked1.
reoort on the defacing of the s>n
acoeues in Jacksonville and m. All of the Tamoa swastikas were
Tampa 'washed off and workmen repaint-
thp Governor said the work was ed the walls on which they had
orotably that of vandals rather been smeared. Tampa Police Chief
than someone who "had within his Nfi, Brown that hia officers
heart a feeling of hate." 'will ert every effort to put a
At the University of Tampa. ^ anti-Semitc paintings of
Moshe Le>hem. Israel Consul for f
11 southeastern states, said he be- signs.----------------------------,
MAXWELL fASSLER
Social Worker
Named Delegate
Maxwell Fassler, assistant ex-
ecutive director of Jewish Family
and Children's Service, hss been
named by Gov. Collins as a dele
gate ta the White House Confer-
ence on Children and Youth.
Fassler will represent all the
Florida chapters of the National
Assn. of Social Workers.
The conference is scneauled for
the early part of 1960.
Fassler was liaison represen-
tative of the four Florida chap-
ters of the National Assn. of So-
cial Workers to the planning
meetings for the conference,
which were held in Tallahassee
in August and October. He is
chairman of the South Florida
Chapter.
Al assistant director of Jewish
Family and Children's Service, he
is responsible for the agency's pro-
gram in the areas of family serv
ice. family life education, and di-
rect services for children. Fassler
helped in the creation and develop-
ment of the agency's child care
program.
He has been a delegate to the
Family and Child Care Division
Harry Golden Will
Be at Beth Am
Dinner Jan. 24
One of America's busiest journal-
ists today is Harry Golden. Editor
of the Carolina Israelite, a 18-page
publication that he issues from
time to time as a compilation of
his reflections on anything under
the sun. Golden currently has two
books on the best-seller lists. "Only
in America" and "For 2e Plain."
In preparation for publication
shortly is a third book, "Enjby!
Enjoy!" which readers are betting
will join his previous two books
on the beet-seller lists.
Recently he helped complete
preparations of a dramatization of
"Only in America" for Broadway
production. The brilliant character
actor of stage and screen fame,
Nehemiah Persoff. is to play the
role of Harry Golden.
On Sunday, Jan. 24, Golden will
take time out from his sched-
ule to be guest speaker at the
first annual Israel Bond dinner
sponsored by Temp** Beth Am
t the Temple, 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami.
Rotund, bespectacled, scarcely
more than five and one half feet
; tall, with a laugh that breaks out
like a sudden rising gust. Golden
has been an institution in Char
lotte, N. C. since his arrival in
1939. He was bora in New York on
May 2. 1902. His father was a re-
porter for the Jewish Daily For!
ward. An avid reader and youthful
enthusiast in the Henry George
movement for agrarian reform.
Golden was graduated from City
College in 19M.
Though heartened by success.
Golden still remains the man his
Charlotte neighbors and his read-
ers have knownan engaging per-
sonality who says exactly what he
believes.
of the Welfare Planning Council of
Dade County for the past four
years, and for the past tlvree years I
; served as a member of iu execu-
tive committee
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During 1959. less
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FEDERAL reached
the $20 000 000
mark with subsfemiicn" additions in
resources, reserves, savings and
mortgage accounts.
DURING 159
Saying* Increased 44%
Mortgages increased M*/.
Assets increased 43%
Reserves increased Sl%
V are proud to be able to tell
you that of the more them 18 mil-
lion dollars in mortgage loans
granted by this Association there
has neer been a single dollar lost.
This reflects the years oi exper-
ience shown in the Board ol Di-
rectors and the meticulous care
and thoroughness ol the Loan Com-
mittee and mortgage loan oliicers.
Our main office at Biscayne
Boulevard and 18th Street will soon
be expanded to almost double its
present size, which will give our
Savings and Mortgage Depart-
ments the extra working space
they now require. For our cus-
tomers' convenience, additional
parking space has recently been
completed at our main oiiice.
Our Northside Branch at NW.
27th Avenue and 79th Street, now
in temporary quarters, will move
early in the year into its perma-
nent home in the adjacent new
Northside Shopping Center. This
office is daily serving more and
more people and in its new quar-
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greater service.
Our contirued orowth Is a re-
flertior. of the conlidence the pub-
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BISCAYNE FEDERAL will again
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Cash on
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In banks ... $1,822,322.75
ment bond?" U4f,72l33 $ 3,069,051.68
First mortgage loam..... 15,762^t4o7
Loans on savings accounts 22,667.83
Stock in Federal Home ----------------
Loan Bank............ 315,000.00
Biscayne Federal Building,
parking lots and equip- 4-***
ment, net............ 482,7oO.Ol
Other assart............ 193^22.82
TOTAL.............J20.045.486J3
LIABILITIES
Savings accounts ...,,,.. $17,868,550.39
Loan, in process......... 1,098,585.19
Advance payments by
borrowers for taxes
ftam.......... 141,83161
Other liabilities......... 2T3J0
Income collected in advance 1,549.96
General reserves......... 935,247.18
sG&tetkUr- TOTAL
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Friday, January 15. 1960
Jewlsti IhrkUtn
Paga 11-A
W.nnert la tft* recent Chonuka Home Decora- (right), home of Mr. and Mrs C Krua 2035
18\ MV^J^ff^ deft) home of Mr. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
and Mr*. William Seidman, and second prize was judge.
Zionists End 10-Day Session in Jerusalem
Continued from Pag* 1-A
c.'". and regret that there had
I), m" Improvement in the sit-
ii.it.cn Si'Mi't Untom It expressed concern
over o deterioration in the status
and condition of the Jews in North
Africa.
The Council adopted a resolution
connVmnipK the closure of the Suez
Canal to Israeli shipping by the
United Arab Republic as "sabotage
of ir'.national law." It urged all
peao loyfni; countries to assist
I i Its struggle for the right
of ir> navigation.
The Council appealed to world
public afinien te denounce tho
bc.cctfflp lsranm^otd by ttw
Arab Srilrs. It noted "with con-
cern aitjhioarot" that a number
of firmifcad yielded to Arab ter-
rorist jsfetsur* and it called
Jc.'.s ri.heut tn world for
mcreasfl, vigftattee against Arab
boycott Jpeasures and for inten-
sified efttrt to frustrate them.
tbvr resolution, the Coun-
cil : 'i::-.A* called upon the Zion-
trtent to intensify its aid
in the ''mlnptncnt of the State of
1 U welcomed steps to im-
plement faraet's National Water
Schenn aid said tbc Zionist move-
ment should mobilize all its energy
and resources to assist in the pro-
ject to irrigate the Negev with the
waters of the Jordan River.
The Council, expressing "grave
concern" over the spread of assim-
ilation, urged priority for Jewish
education and culture in the activ-
ities of the World Zionist Organi-
zation. Another resolution stressed
the importance of Hebrew educa-
tion in strengthening and develop-
ing personal and spiritual ties be-
tween Jews abroad and Israel.
The Council, after prolonged de
bate, adopted amendments to the
constitution of the World Zionist
Organization providing for its re-
organization on territorial Urn
an\f"i>crmitfine fhe broadening of
its membership base through the
iftiiiation of non-Zionist organiza-
tions.
The effect of the** amend-
ments is to change the World
Zionist Organization from a di-
rect membership rganizatian
into a federation of national or
regional organizations. The
shekel, traditional symbol of
membership, is retained under '
the amended constitution, but
only as proof of the individual's
right to vote for delegates to the
World Zionist Congress.
The resolutions on admission of
non Zionist organizations, as finally
'adopted, stated: "The Congress or
ICouncil, upon the executives pro-
posal, may decide to admit as
members or associate members of |
'that World Zionist Organization
1 such bodies as will accept the Zion-
ist program and may make special
I arrangements for their firm partic-
; ipation in the Zionist Congress, the
Council and other organs of the
WZO."
A resolution formally confirmed
the Council's decision to convene
the next World Zionist Congress in
! December. 1960. Another resolu
tion affirmed that continuation of
the Jewish National Fund was
THceaaary for the Zionist move-
ment. Another resolution proclaim-
ed a commemorative year for the
late Henrietta Szold, founder of
Hadassah, to commence next De-
cember.
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21, at the Temple. In charge of
reservations are Mrs. Nat Iloitzcr
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Page 12-A
Academy Officials Expect to Surpass
Last Year's Attendance at Annual Dinner
"KCa (Hnnei "airfrrrlitrce meeting
Sunday at the Ritz Plaza hotel.
Councilman Wolfie Cohen, chair-
man of the Hebrew Academy's
12th annual scholarship dinner,
said "we shall surpass last year's
record attendance if ticket sales
continue at this rate."
The SlOO-per-couple dinner wil!
be held this year at the Fontaine
bleau hotel on Jan. 12. B. I. Binder
said proceeds of the affair are al
located for the school's scholarship
fund, which provides the educa-
tional needs of 80 percent of its
300 students.
Binder also reported that the
presidents and spiritual leaders
of Dade county's Temples and
synagogues will attend the Acad-
emy's annual scholarship dinner.
"The- attendance of our leaders
at this affair clearly indicates
the community role the Acad-
emy plays in Jewish life here,
Binder added. This year's dinner
is being tendered in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Merwitier,
active workers in civic and relig-
ious affairs.
Highlight of the evening will be
the presentation of a cantata, "The
New Learning." by students of thr
Academy. A chair of 60 voices un-
der the direction of Mrs. Jack
Donnerstag will participate in the
narrative depicting the "modern
look" in Hebrew Day School edu-
cation.
. Also to be featured during the
evening's program is the dedica-
tion of the Guardians of Torah. in-
itiated at last year's annual din-
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contribution of $500 towards a
scholarship for one student at the
school. Special plaques will be pre-
sented to these donors.
"Congregations and Temples
which sponsor scholarships for de-
serving students at the Academy
will also be considered Guardian-
of Torah. The rabbi and president
of each sponsoring synagogue will
be presented with a special cita-
tion, "Samuel Reinhard and Harry-
Schwartz, co-chairmen of the pro
ject, said.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Academy, will induct
the Guardians of Torah. Working
with Cohen and Dr. Milton S. Lu-
barr, chairman of arrangements.
are Harry Genet. Charles Frucht
man. Max Kamiel. Jacob Kaufman.
Kolman Luria, Jack Satin, Louis
Merwitzer. Joseph Cohen, Irvine
Firtel, Samuel Reinhard, Raymond
Rubin, Max Silverberg, Isidore
Spolter. Benjamin Appel. Jerome
Bienenfeld. Sol Goldman, Herbert
Berger, Morris Bienenfeld. Adolf
Blank, Rabbi Jonah Caplan, Mor
his Dubler, Martin Genet. Ben
Zion Ginsburg, Joseph Gonshor,
Henry Groudan, Hyman Jablon.
George Kimmel, Harry Koretzky.
Aaron S. Lauer.
Samuel Magid. Oscar Mamber.
1. H. Mellman, Morris B. Miller,
Henry Pcnchansky, M. H. Rosen-
house, Julius Rosenstein, Jerry
Schechter, Tobias Simon, Harry
Schwartz, Rev. Joseph Shapiro.
Benjamin Sherry, Dr. Matthew
Zuckerman, Nat Potamkin, and
Sidney Rubinowitz.
Friday. January 15, jc
"Set
<%

No. Dade Eyes
Program for "60
Stanley L. Cohen, president of
North Dade Jewish Jewish Center,
this week predicted 'a new high"
in activities for the Center.
Men's club met Wednesday un-
der the leadership of Marvin Ros-
man, president.
Mrs. Fred Blank, president, said
that Sisterhood will hold its annual
donor luncheon in March.
Beaux Arts Ball of the Center is
being planned for Feb. 13.
Rabbi to Discuss
Swastika Frenzy
Regular monthly meeting of the
[ Dade chapter, American Jewish
Congress, Saturday evening will
! feature Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, of
I Temple Ner Tamid.
He will discuss the recent ap-
pearance of swastikas, which have
been smeared on business places
and houses of worship. The meet-
ing will be held at the Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
bldg., 1133 Normandy dr.
President Louis B. Hoberman
will moderate a panel discussion
of anti-Semitic developments
throughout the world.
Young Adult League of Miami Hebrew Congregation recently!
founded by Rabbi Herschell Saville. Pictured above are proJ
tern board members. Seated (left to right) are Sheila Green,!
Judy Boraks, Phil Cowan and Gail Geller. Standing (left to]
right) axe Rabbi Saville, Edward Bernstein. Judy Jacobs, Merit!
Kroop and Harold Bader.
Beth David Sets Xoc'a' s'"9,ej f0 Dflnce
Second Semester
Couples Club fo Gather
Business meeting and election of
officers for the newly-formed Cou
pies Club of Congregation Beth El
will take place on Sunday evening
at the congregation. Mr. and Mrs.
William Graber will be hosts.
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Beth David began its second se-
mester of Adult Jewish Studies
last week. Courses are still open
for new registrants. Tuesday morn-
ings, from 10 to 11 a.m., the fol-
lowing courses are being offered:
"Beginners Hebrew." "Under-
standing Our Hebrew Prayers-
Selections from the Friday Night
Service," and "The Book of Prov-
erbs. "
From 11 a.m. to 12 noon. Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg conducts a
discussion group on "Jewish Eth-
ical Living," dealing with ethi-
cal principles involving the role
of the individual, the home, and
the community, and is based on
the text, "Jewish Ethical Liv-
ing," by David Aronson.
On Wednesday evenings from 8
to 9 p.m., the following courses are
being offered:
"Beginner's Hebrew." "Inter
mediate Hebrewfor Those Who,
Can Read," "Understanding Our
Hebrew Prayers-Selections from
the Friday Night Service." and
"The BibleSelections from the
Book of Deuteronomy."
The second hour, from 9 to 10.
P.m., is devoted to a study of the!
Prophets. This class is taught by
.. ,.Rosenber8- and shows how
the Hebrew Prophets can influence
I religious thinking today. It is based
on the text. "When Religion Be
, comes Vital," by Mortimer J. Co-
hen.
I Registration for the Tuesdav
morning institute will be held on
Tuesday 9:30 a.m., in ,he scnoo|
office. Registration for the Wed
nesday evening institute will be
te li!rr*222 '*'P-*
m the auditorium of Beth David.
BetheJocolT
Lecture Series
Third lecture in a sene, offer.*
bv Rabbi Tibor Stern ^"u,.
be jointly sponsored by the
synagogue- and the Sisterhood and
scheduled for Tucso^ pt
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Cocktail dance by B'nai B'r
Social Singles will be held at
Roney Plaza hotel on Saturday
9 p.m. B'nai B'rith Social Smgk
is a group composed of adults
Jewish faith over 35 years of al
and active in Greater Miami It
the past four years.
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r, January 15, 1960
Services This Weekend
*Jen 1stFIcrM/an
Page 13-A
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Rl,7.. rUbb. Yaahev ResenOerg
IKS* w.n.m W lipao*
Sir* I n 'lueot speaker::Sey-
S^k'. ." ass*1 r,:'"j'n;"
Jfc,olohl Seminary .Saturday
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TH EL. tOO SW 1Th v. Orthedoa.
H?'-SA*5i4 "*> Em /"Toe.
i,,r FSBce." Saturday 8:B
tTH E-.'ETH. t2e*a NW 2nd ave
Lr/'""-n"""^: M.T.v.h: Kn.d,
f*'\ Mm Arnold Hle-
l"*h.. UWrpanslhlllty sve a
f Sjtui'Inv a.m.
I I That Marked a
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IcTH ISRAEL W Prairie ave. Or-
|tMdc "*' t-oulo Rottman.
-S11 Washington
PiBW Tiber Stern
irday S:I0 a m.
.-"> na|o|U( and the
ETH JACOB
I i.' <
I Ca"tor Man'

UTM Raphael. 1M NW Srd ave
Orlnedoi. _
Ieth TFiLAM tJS Kualld ave. Or.
these 'i** Joh --'".v'"'
,l,, Si tin-day VSO a.m.
.. ;l-us Tndependi'nce'*
p.m.: "irona In Our
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3r,GREGATiON ETZ CMAIM. BOS
itch it 0-thodo. Rabbi Chalm
Saturday s:S0 a.m.
.-.rmon at 5 p.m.:
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SRAL WAV JBIWIoH CENTM
C4f.DlH.GH7/iVG-WrV.
15 Tereth 5i33 pjn.
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Friday *:M p.m. at IS40 H\V lth at
K321.; ..'Anll-Wemttlc Acts Pfom
Ani L I'haroaha to Modern T>r-
ani* Saturdat a.m. at Everataaea
rarmentary Ahool Bar MW^nT
Alan Marrter ..n <4 Mr. and Mr.
Murra> (!oldber.
3ADE HEIGHTS CENTER H'60 NW
nd j. Conierwatlva. Cantor Emm
oel Mined
Friday :1J p m, rtitorday am. Bar
Mltsvah: Mark, wn of Mr ml Mr
Harry Farber. hrr lll boat F'iI-I.iv
veaiac ones Hhabbat.

-LAQLER GRANADA 50 NW Slat
pi Conservative Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday 5:13 and *-|5 p.m. Sermon-
Blenalna-a of Life." Ones Shabbat '
busts: Mr. and Mrs K-lward X. Muore
In honor of hla birthday HBtUTday
a.m. liar Mltivah: Ur>uls Finjerhut.
FT. LAUDEROALt EMANU-EL. ISO'
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Mariua Ranson. Canter Shsrwlr
Lavlna.
HEBREW ACADEMY. SIS Sth at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Aleaandar Cross.
HIALFAM S(err>stM~tF>" OREOATION. 1150 W Mth St.. Hia-
leah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman.
FrMa) |:i| p.m. Sermon: |>lffrren-
res Iletwem Judaism and Christian-
It*."
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030'
Polk St. Conservative Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun I
--------
ISRAELITE CENTER. S17S SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Miave*v Csnte- auis Ce1"-"
Frl m tVrmnn:
"Responsibility an.I, the ljick ----* *._
KNESETH ISRAEL. 11S Ei.rl.rf sv>
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
r-o- Abraham Rel*
Krlilay < 30 p m Outt SpeAhar! Rur-
n< tt R*ith. member of the uaMotuil
.xet-utlM- of th-- Antl-I*efaiti:itlon
l--:iir of B'nal lfrlth Ktrbje. t -The
Kffect ..f the Aid. on the J.-tti-li f'om- [
munitv Satunlav *><* a.m. Sermon:
What It Means to Live."

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Nabhi
Hereehell Savilla. Cantor Joseph
-lman
FYlday .i}2C and. I:S<1 P.m Oiieat
upeaVerf Hendrlk Herns, Sunday edi-.
tor. Miami News. Saturday 9 am.
Kermon -The Blesslnaa of Jacob,
liar Mltavah: Bernard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold J. Klein.
MONTICELLO PARK. ISMh st and
NE 11th ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
Mas Llpahttt. Canter BanZion
?f irsebbaom.
Frldav '. 15 and I IB p.m. Junior con-
Ereaction to officiate Abraham J.
Ilteleon. education dieeotor, will di-
rect. Saturday S:4S a.m.
NORTH DADsT CENTER. 1MO" W
Oiale hwy. Conaervative. Rabbi
Manry Okelica.
Friday II pm flermon: Is Ju-
dalam Oettlnr Stronrer Saturday
am Bar Mltavah William, eon of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris I- ven>
NORTH SHORE CENTER. S TBth st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
nwiti rntor r***"- K'in
l-Yldav |:M pm Bas Mltxvan- Susiin,
daachter ofMr. and Mra. N lavld
Snvdermap Hatirday -.-/" 1Ur
Mltivah Kenneth, aon of Mr and
Mrs Jerry Suaaman. a*ruon: w-
)v I'ortlon."
Greater Miami students at Ner Israel Rabbin-
ical College in Baltimore. Md.. include stand-
ing (left to right) Ronald Lipman. Martin Katz,
Jack Shapiro, Elliott Katz, Irwin Aranoff, Da-
vid Holland. Martin Lurie. Seated (left to right)
are Sam Kassin, Sidney Shapiro, Perry
Ciment, Alan Kaufman, Robert Aranoff, Ger-
ald Backman. Not shown are Allan Apple-
baum, Steve Gilbert and Lawrence Katz.
Large Contingent
Of Fla. Students
At Ner Israel
The largest group of Florida stu-
dents ever to attend a single Ye-j
shiva is enrolled this year at the
Ner Israel Rabbinical College in
Baltimore. Md.
Students attending Ner Israel in-
clude Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. [
Joseph Applebaum. 10245 Collins
ve.; Irwin and Robert, sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Aranoff.
1401 N. Bay rd.; Gerald, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Backman. 2l
3rd st.; Perry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Ciment. 1330 Dreel ave.;
Steve, son of Mrs. Sylvia Gilbert.
530 15th st.; David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Holland, 428 Jeffer
son ave.
Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs
Harry Katz, 1001 S. 26th ave Hoi
lywood; Lawrence, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Katz. 900 W. 47th sL;
Martin, son of Rev. and Mrs. Ja-
cob D. Katz, 1321 14th ter.; Sam.
son of Mr. and Mrs...Ezra Kassin.
2812 Prairie ave.; Alan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, 4415
Post ave.
Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
vin Lipman, 1031 NE 178th ter;
Martin, son of Mrs. Mary Lurie,
9457 Abbott ave.; Jack and Sidney,
sons of Rabbi and Mrs. j'oseph
Shapiro. 929 Meridian ave.
Ner Israel provides a full four-
year English and Hebrew high
school curriculum, followed by a
six-jear curriculum leading to or-
dination in the Rabbinical College.
j SOUTHWEST CEN rK. SOS SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurlt*
lUSa*'Friday" pm. I'alttd; S!if'
**. Youth to conduct 'Vn "a.r-
' rls r*T president, M h acting rab-
- -Z~\ !r29 TV'Sn hi S.rm.m by rhUHv lioldln.
r""V ,:r5H.PpTne.^rms.,JUrda;,U;
" ".. I v v i r -
mmtiw
a
A Visi f, EUth
' T '"' HyTby plane."
aw tuld us, -I 4j-avelled by car
Search
a.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. Ml N. Kendal'
"s Miami. iWeW rtSjai JJVg*
-"' fa-tar /"""' ^",V
Dr. Klepfisz
At Yivo Forum
l>r. Hcszcl Klepfisz will be guest
>r*aker at a meeting of the Yivo^
I FoBum on Saturday evening at the;
Miami Beach Public School, 1420
Washington ave.
Subject is "The Spiritual and!
Cultural Heritage of Polish Jew-,
i A distinguished historian, lectur
er. and Hebraist, Dr. Klepfisz was,
bom and educated in Poland. An
ordained rabbi, he is also a re-
nowned journalist and expert in
Hendrik Berns
To be Speck er
Hendnk J. Berns, Sunday editor
of the Miami News, will be guest
speaker at the late service of Mi
ami Hebrew Congregation on Fri
day at 8:30 p.m. Berns' topic will
be "The World Today."
Berns came to the United States
in 1939 and after several years as
a staff member of the Gannett pa-
pers, he became a foreign corre
spondent. and also edited and pub-
lished the first American paper in
Austria.
In 1948. he joined the Miami Her-
ald as news editor, later becoming
'oreign correspondent.
In 1957. Mr. Berns was the only
American newspaperman to win a
Brotherhood Award from the Na-
tional Conference of Christians and
Jews. He was also the oaly news-
paperman that year to win the
New York Herald Tribune $5,000
fellowship for his study of South
America which took Jiim on a
year's tour there.
Dr. Arzt Wi
Speak at Seminar
On Synagogue Jew
Dr. Max Arzt will be keynote
speaker at a one-day seminar at
the Dupont Plaza hotel, Sunday,
Jan. 24. on the theme of "Per-
sonal Standards for the Synagogue
Jew."
The seminar is held under the
auspices of the South Florida
Branch of the Southeast region,
United Synagogue of America.
Jerry Su-sman. of the Carillon
hotel, is chairman of the South
Florida Branch, and Lewis Stem-
shein, 1128 SW 21st ave.. is general
chairman of the one-day seminar.
Dr. Ant has btn vies chan-
cellor tht Jewish Theological
Seminary of Amrica sine* 1951.
Ho also serves as associate pro-
fessor of practical theology
the faculty of the Rahttinical
School of the Seminary.
Prior to his appointment as vice
chancellor. Dr. Arzt served as di-
rector of field service and activi-
ties, a post to which he was named
in 1939.
Dr. Arzt served as president of
the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-
ica in 1939. He is a former vice
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America, and at the present
time is a member of its adminis-
trative committee, as well as of
the Executive Council of the New
York Board of Rabbis. He was
chairman of the Joint Prayer Book
Commission of the United Syna-
gogue and the Rabbinical Assem-
bly, and is at present a member
of that committee.
He has recently accepted the in-
vitation of the Jewish Publication
Society of America to serve as a
member of the editorial advisory
committee, which will prepare a
completely revised English trans-
lation of the Holy Scriptures.
Aliens1 Response Pleases Officials
iisrsi..
vanity's divinity achoef.
the new road."
Immigration officials are well though the program has been un-
Friday lournali 1 and expert n piCased with the response of aliens derway only 15 days, the number
n.T.7weNren,w.hn 'V'v.n^m fnt- jL.sh h,s,0rv. Talm-d, and re- fn Florida to address report re- reporting thus far is well ahead of
-____i. .-vift...... Edward P. Ahrens. district di- same period last year.
rector of the Immigration and Nat- Aliens have until the end of Jan-
uralization Service, stated that al-lUary within which to submit their
report of address to the govera-
_. ., ment. Forms for that purpose may
ISS. VSB2%&,HenaT^ be obtained at any post office or
TEMPLE BETH EL.
Hollywood. Reform.
Jaffa.
tees Ro* at.
Roooi Samuel
I. Molly*,
fHow was the trip?"
Excellent Front Tel Aviv wt
1 m less than five hours
vT,Ood Mad. Every year,
r n hen-, in my opinion it is the
r* tnttful pUce fa) the coun-
TEMPLE BETH HOLEM af-M. JfJ
Vivo Forum is a weekly presen-
tation of the Greater Miami Yivo
committee.
Re'."
f!nt..
R. Marat
"P> Orth"-
and r'r-ud
TEMPLE BETH IHOLOM. '" Ch''
ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon
nto-
risvln C'"l"
M*rm..n "The ]*<*
. Hatorday 10: m
lrrhaHCd ,0 m>' Wif nd "id:
%M vT *e Sha" com here- *-
tttr- ,0 *Pend vacation
.,'Jj."cellent ides!" my wife
J,Jt immediately. "I believe
.."^ m (ailing fa, love with
"ti,
l^hedbyBritlvritOlamit)
TEMPLE B-NAI SHOLOM. 1SBO0 NW
2ZTWI ave. Conservative. Rib*
Sheldon Edwards. Canter Ban Oroas
of iunlo^and Te..n-Ae ilroups.
TEMPLE BMa"nU-EL. 1T01 _***_
ton ave. Conservative Rabb.lrvinc
tehrman. Csnte- if- "*".,,,
Bar" M...-rh" M,r.WA*!r. eon of Dr.
and Mrs I'l.llli. tlreenber.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. t7 NE Itth at
orm. Rabbi Joseph
iio' 'scoh R->rntelri
815 p.m. 8erm ^n
a^a. Jmiaisni. Broadway
' TEMPLE JtlOEA. S Palermo avs
liptril. Rubb. Morns Saop Canto
Merman Qottlleb. -
leldiiy IS P'" Rermnn- Judah
TfcT Saturday Mli.y..ru. M
.Vrvhe I m. Temple service 10.
VS. Bar Mlt.vah Ml. {
M-.n' M'- Pul ''"k''rUKhM,ft.r"
boot Friday ex>i.lnB_Ones Shabbat.
' TEMPLE NER TAMID. SOth St. am
Tatum Wa.srwav Mon.r-i Tradl
JJr," Rabb. Eugene Laboviti. Can
tor Samuel Oomberg^
TEMPLE SINaV*NO. MIAMI. 1f10C
NE ISth ave. Reform. Rabb. Bennf
p^.r;'',-'?. m Sermon: 'Our ChM-
dren and Ood.
TEMPLE TIPERETH *C0B_,J|6,,|
Ptamlngo Way. Cons.rvativs. Rabb.
rYldaVHS*l? P m. Sermon: Review of
BtasOO Botnor. Saturday a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. 67 SW 17th st
Conservative. Raft.bl Alfred Wa-
' *n'-r J-----1- Gold*-'*
any office of the Immigration and
Naturalization Service.
All aliens, with few exceptions,
F>idar % jo p.m. Bsrmon: Biessinss are required to report. Tnose ex-
M\,V-aTuUBe 'f "Mr: .H*d cused from this requirement in-
Mrs Aified LoBBST. elude diplomats, persons accredit-
t.fereth .aRASftTVMio n Mi.m Mj; "rtain international org.n-
avs conservative. Rabbi Harry l | nations, and persons who were
*"'s^rrn'n*rt'Aa",rtUis admitted temporarily as agricul-
Frl.lay *:W p.m.
Written. Saturday a in.
TOftAH TEMPLE. 12M West ave
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassel
- o
Y0UNO ISRAEL. BOO NE 171st st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Bherwin Btauber.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za
mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Lean Hurwitz. Cantor Mever Qlaser.
FYldav 1:11 p.m. Sermon: "King Rnlo-
Hla Life sad Tlmoa." Saturday
a.m. ttermon: "Sabbath Cha-
tural workers.
Or. LHwak to In Speaker
Robyn Tubin chapter of the City
of Hope will meet at the Voyager
motel on Thursday evening. Jan.
21. Dr. Robert S. Litwak. of Jack-
son Memorial Hospital, will be
guest speaker.


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+Jewistnarldton
Friday, January 15, 1960
B -T--.....- HILARY MINDUN
of Great Book Series Both Instructs and Delights
GREAT JEWISH PERSONALITIES IN ANCIENT AND MEDIE-
.- Farrar, Straus and Codahy. $4.95.
VOLUME ONE in the newly
inaugurated B'nai Tt' r i t h
Great Books Series has been off
(he press for two weeks, the
first of five volumes planned for
issuance within the next two
years. Termed "a pioneering
effort in publications for adult
study." the book presents the
biographies of twelve men, each
of whom has -made a distinctive
contribution to the development
of the Jewish tradition and has
been accepted by large seg-
ments of the Jewish people as
an outstanding hero." Where
more than one man in an era
fulfilled these requirements, the
editors chose the one whose
message "seemed most relevant
for the modern world."
Moses, King David and the
prophet Jeremiah are the first
three choices. Leaving the pages
of the Bible, there are Philo.
the great synthesizer of' Juda-
Biblc and Talmud. Then
!), ism "Aorafanel,
and advisor to kings
if the
comes1
scholar
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
^^^^^^^BBBBBBs^aaassBBBBBBBSBss^ssasjssssssiBaasaaaaeasssBBui
The Success of a 'Nuisance'
Jerusalem
A GEOLOGICAL MAP of the world at the Lenin-
grad Technological Institute, showing that Is-
rael's Dead Sea is rich in magnesium deposits, gave
a Jewish scientist his first clue toward experiments
in Israel that have resulted in what may prove to be
one of the most significant scientific breakthroughs
of the present century
And that same Orthodox Jew's knowledge of the
Talmud was the key to the unlocking of bureaucratic doors, bringing
the scientific discovery to apparent fruition in Israel.
That was the story, as it was revealed here of Dr. Alexander
Zarchin. Israeli scientist, whose newly-discovered process for the
desalination of sea water is now to be backed by American capital at
a pilot-plant in this country.
If Dr. Zarchin's process proves to be commercially feasible, as it
is believed to be. parched lands in the deserts of Africa. Asia, the
Americas and Australia may in the near future have ample, cheaply-
produced sweet waters for the irrigation of many millions of virgin
acres. Exploding populations throughout the world's underdeveloped
countries would be assured of amply-expanded agricultural production
through the use of Dr. Zarchin's process, a process to which the
geological map in Leningrad gave Dr. Zarchin the first clue.
Prior to his acquisition of the world geological map, Dr. Zarchin
had convinced Soviet scientists that ho was worth hacking in his work
for desalination of sea water. The scientists were aware of the two
earlier desalination methodsone process involves the course, taken
y nature, in which salt sea waters arc cooled, and the salt-free vapors
come down to earth as sweet rainwater. The second process involves
the boiling of sea water, then cooling the Steam (or the production
I i sweel water. Dr. Zarchin's process calls for extraction of the salt
from sea waters by freezing.
Dr. Zarchin had been given facilities for carrying out his re-
search into the freezing methods at the Leningrad Technological insti-
tute, lie did niit tell his Soviet bosses that, in doing his work, he had
the Jewish community in Palestine in mind, being aware of the fact
that the early Jewish kibbutzim in Palestine needed fresh waters al-
most as badly as they needed any other resource*.
Dr. Zarchin continued the I iningrad Institute until
the end of World War II. Then, under Stalin's program of anti-Semtic
persecutions, he was jailed. Alter two years in prison, he was able
to go to Poland, theme to Germany, and finally, in late 1047. he
immigrant.
The ''arehiii's In a cheap hotel room,
where he lived with his wife, at Tel Aviv", he had to, i rsl re< i jtrucl
from memory the be had been forced to leave in the
Leningrad In en be was arrested by the Communists. Once
he had the notes down in writing again, h I harrying Jewish
scientific and political leadi H,. had Income
widely knownbut considered a "nuisance."
Alter Israel Was established as a State, in 1948. he tried unsuc-
cessfully to interest the farad government, lie wrote letters to the
editors of the Israeli press, sent long missives to many of the coun-
try's leading personalitiesbut no one paid any attention to him.
It took him almost seven yearsuntil 1955to obtain an appoint-
ment with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. When he reached" Ben-
Gurion's office, here, he did not talk immediately about his scientific
theories. Insteadknowing that the Israel Prime Minister was a great
Hebrew scholarhe talked about the Bible and the Talmud. Ben-
Gurion was impressed by the pious. 60-year-old Orthodox Jew who
even as Ben-Gurion himselfsaw the best proof of Israel's potential
scientific and economic expansion in ancient Hebrew lore. The two
got on well. Ben-Gurion promised to look into the Zarchin desalina
tion method.
Soon, however. Ben-Gurion retiredas it turned out, temporarily
-from the Prime Ministry. Dr. Zarchin was "out in the cold" again
But when Ben-Gurion returned to head the Israel government again
shortly before the start of the 1956 Sinai campaign, he remembered
his promise to the Talmudic scientist. The Ministry of Development
now listened to Dr. Zarchin. He was engaged as a special consuitnat
to the government, given a grant of I 160.000 (about $88,000) for the
construction of a small pilot-plant in which he could start testing his
tneorics.
Dr Zarchin's problem was-and is-the manufacture of sweet
water by the freezing method in sufficient quantity and at costs low
enough to permit wide use. For Israel, success of his method would
mean the extraction of vast quantities of water from the salt-rich Dead
arr,e.,an.ive.nowScSCient ^^ "* "*" the NegeV desert
Several weeks ago, the Ministry of Development signed an acre*
222 w'th/airbankS' Morse & Co" a Chicago corporation Xeh^s
fhfnMWHln e,!Pand,"iDr Chin's Pilot-plant for destination of
the Dead Sea waters. The fact that hard-headed American business-
men are willing to invest large sums of money to further Dr Zarchin's
STfitS I' encourainV Israe,is' Ma"y ***. others hope
that the Zarchin process will prove successful.
RABBI LOUIS NMUUIHN
. render account
ism and Hellenism, and Rabbi
Akiba ben Joseph, beloved -
of the period between the fall of
the Temple and the failure of
the Bar Kochba rebellion. They
are followed by Babylonia's
Saadia Gaon. Judah Ilalevi. the
first Jewish national poet, and
Moses Maimonidcs. the three ti-
tans of philosophy during the
Muslim era.
k
t
Rashi (Rabbi Shlomo Yitzha-
ki) is next; unfortunately, this
is a slim biography, for little is
nown of the personal life of
France's famous commentator
durum the bloody period of
Inquisition. The Baal Shorn Toy.
founder of Hassidism. and the
inteUectual Vilna Gaon com-
.,;,.,,, ,he book and bring >t "P
to the beginning of the nme-
l.enth century. Volume Two
whl present a dozen great Jew-
ish figures of modern times
Most impressive || the un-
usual blend of popular biog-
rapbj and scholarship. While
thin is most apparent in the
three Biblical studies, it also
produces i" the later biog-
raphies a Combination of love
and life which i- literally amaz-
ing one hesitates to use the
word "readable"II Is so often
a reviewer's way of saying
nothing-hut the sheer readabil-
ity of this book is a quality in
itself. Special praise is due
when it is remembered that
each biography was written by
I .I.Herein scholar, and yet the
book is a marvel of clarity and
continuity; and that each writer,
of course, has his own Style, and
yet each has woven the strands
iif scholarship with the lighter
threads of anecdote with subtle-
ty and balance
Harry Orlinsky's thoughtful
"Moses" is especially notable,
as is Dr. Louis Finkclstein's
tender account of Akiba; Jacob
- ON WIVR -
Alarm's dffitud* toward wom-
en and marriage was influenced
hx his own experience. When
,he usual question. "Whal it
irue wealth?" wot raited among
The sages. Tar/on. the great
landowner, replied readily. "The
possession of a hundred vine-
yard] and a hundred slaves to
U'orlj them.
Tounii Meir. Abba's duciple.
did more modestly. "Content-
ment and satisfaction wtth one's
riches.*'
But Altifxi said "A wife who
it comely in her deed*."
- Rabbi I ouit Fm\elstein in
"Great Jewish Personalities."
Minkin breathes life into the
strange figure of Abravanel;
Rabbi Louis Newman complete-
ly captures the spirit of the
Baal Shem Tov.
The book offers notes, glos-
sary, index and separate bib-
liographies for those who, grip-
ped by a particular character,
will want to read further, it of-
fers itself, most of all, as an ab-
solute treasure of a booknice-
ly bound, by the way, and rea-
sonably pricedwhich perfectly
fulfills the Johnsonian principle:
to instruct and delight.
:. .
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
Washington Leaving it to Hammarskjold
United Nations*""
"I EAVE IT to Dag" is still tin
"policy" of the Eisenhower,
Administration when it comes<
to Israel's stoutest claim for un [
derstanding, concerning freedom
of passage through the Suez
Canal. Observers here note that'
Washington is again wooing Nai
serwhile, privately, it tells neutrals and friends
of Israel that "Dag will take care of thing*."
Dag Hammarskjold's Undersecretary for Spe-
cial Political Affairs, Nobel Prize laureate Dr.
Ralph Bundle, has just been in Cairo. He seems
to have gotten no satisfaction at all from the Nas-
ser government In regard to the two ships with Is-
raeli-originated cargoes now imprisoned In docks
at Port Saidthe Danish freightet Inge 1
has been there sine May; and the Greek vessel,
Astypalea, which has been there now for nearl) a
month.
On Jan. 22. Hammarskjold himself will join
Bunchr al t aim for another try. "Quiet dipl >m i
is at work. Washington likes H thai was A Wi rid
B R loan of S56 million to N a i peg (j s
backing. An amount almost ai
Nasser in i nited states grants and loans ism fi
dom of shipping through the Suezthat's an issue
that Dag should handle quietlythe quieter, the
better, as far as Washington is concerned.
Washington would like to forget that, in Feb-
ruary, 1957. when Israel was being urged to com-
plete withdrawal of its victorious armed forces
from Nasser's Sinai Desertit was Mr. Eisenhower
who made promises to Israel.
Israel had insisted, among other things, that
Nasser had never lived up to repeated United
Nations Security Council resolutions ordering him
to keep the canal open to Israeli shipping. Only a
few months earlier, on Oct. 13. 1956. Nasser had
: ted the latest (then) of the UN injunctions on
tins point. The ISA had voted for the October,
1956 set ol \ principles v.huh ordered Nasser to
divorce so/ Canal operations from all political
leratlons.
in 1931, the ISA hid voted for a Council
-'i rnly telling Nasser to keep thecanal
lo the shipping of all nations, including Israel.
11 I 1857 Mr Kisenhower-on a na-
I television hookuppromised before the en-
'bat, if Egypi tried again to block Israeli
*h,PI al, the matter ".should
be deal! with firmly by the society of nations."
Now it |S lOtW. And wc are 8ti ieving tn0
matter to Dag.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Immediate War: Battle of the Bulgi
1AJHILE THE newspapers talk
about the cold war. and
atomic wars, the war with which
large numbers of people are more
immediately concerned is the war
with the calories. Millions of peo-
ple are engaged, especially m
America, in a battle of the bulge
SwsEsfc........".......**~
plowshare, but if that wen. i J Ile
2*s3ES355
vented by an Israeli i, ; ew breatl n-
**. >b, asi?s?irh"2l,s
te Jew. What's the cause. I don't know. Maybe
uiey ha,en t as much to eat as the Western Jews.
Maybe they eat differently. It may be due to some
"ore occult cause. I don't think the matter of
weight is as simple as it is commonly represented.
''""'"' k"* ">e skinny people who eat twice
as much as fat onea.
rnmIh,C Xemcnile Jews are perhaps the closest we
come to the ancient Jews of Israel. In ancient Is-
rael, the people no doubt loved their food but I
am t think they went in for eating as much as. *)'.
the Romans in their feasts. W
R.Ku'.r,,nS,ance' when ,he n>1 *Wted Lot. the
*le tells us Lot had his Mrs. prepare some un-
leavened bread for them. That's ill. When the
angels came to Abraham, they fared a little better.
Abraham then told hi. wife to get up some cakes.
L y- K?*,b,3r had no chocolate frosting on
wem and Abraham also went out and slew a sheep.
*> the angels had a little meat too.
,h. A"Mlt tody coming to New York would prob-
oiy have a ticker tape parade down tower Broad-
way and then would be banqueted at the Waldorf
with a more substantial repast. Tbe angels would
at least have some grapefruit, flak, sows, eetfee
cake. Cre"m m'ybe fgr dMwX' n,-,00d


Friday, January 15, 1960
* Jewish thx-kHan
LI0AL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I IIVEN that
thr undeisluned. desiring lu rniair In
businei-s under the fictitious name of
I El, AI'TS. at 3 H.W. loth Bt..
i nd* t" register aald name with th.'
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i "iinty. Florid*.
BTIIK1, WALLMAN
IKYINE C SPEAR
Attorney for Applicant
;g Lincoln Kuad
____________________________12/2S. 1/1-S-l.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No. MC1IM1
1.1: AI VALUE HOMES, INC.
a Florid* rorporatlon,
ITalntiif.
v.
l.ol'IX VOOEL A MRS.
I.mI-IH VOUE1.
Ill'HERT I.KE KING A JUSTIN*!
KINO, hi* wife
CENTRAL INSURANCE AOENCT,
ItOBERT W. TIJIPSON A MART
A. T1MKBON. bl* wife.
Defendant*.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HOBatRT LEE KINO A
JUSTINE KINO. hi. wife
address unknown
PLEASE TAKE NOTIOB that there
1 .ii> been filed thla day In the above
? tyled Court by Real Value Homes,
Inc.. Complaint to Foreclose, a Mort-
rage and Agreement for Deed on the
following described Real Property:
Lota IT, U, the Baud ( faet of Lot
m!I In Hlock 1 of NORTH HIA-
l.KAH HEIGHTS according to the
I'lat thereof recorded In Hat Book
27 at page It of the Public Records
of l>ade County. Florida.
You are required to plead or appear
t raid Complaint on or before the 5th
day ..f February, 1*60 by filing a copy
of your answer with the Clerk of thla
and serving a copy of same up-
iii Herman T. lala. allot n. \ for Plaln-
hff. 1.1.", Madrrla Avenue, Coral Uablr*
Elorida otherwise the allegations
i.f the Complaint will be taken a* con-
|i aaed by you.
K H LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i nit Court. Iiade County. Florlila
...1) Hy: K. M I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk
1/8-15-22-29
My&to
Page 15-A
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
"f\.,r pill* -
he'd
or* so short. I do wish
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
OOUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 58C 3M
LOUIS HENRY DALEY,
Plaintiff.
RAK MARTS DALEY, """ """"
1 Nfcndant
___NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LOUIS HENRY DALKY.
R.K. 1
Csrllnvllle. Illinois
YOU ARK HERKIIY NOTIFIED that
a Petition to reduce arrears of all-
J mn> and support money to a Judg-
ment has been filed by the defendant
In the above entitled cause, and you
are hereby required to serve a ropy of
your answer to said petition upon
1. J"ini.rf'" Attorney, UKOKiiK N.
MacDo.NELL. 504 Biacayne Rldg Mi-
ami, Florida, on or before the 8th day
of February. A.D. K,.. otherwise the
n negation* of a*ld petition will be
taken aa confessed by you.
DATED, at Miami. Florida, this 4th
d*y of January, A.D. 1S0.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clsrk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN,
QBOROE N. M^DOnW Cl"k
Attorney for Defendant
Rae Marie Daisy
________ i/8-i-a-
Hancock to Seek
Agriculture Post
In May Primary
W. R. (Buster) Hancock has an-
nounced formally that he will be
a candidate for the office of State
in the circuit coubt of the I Commissioner of Agriculture sub-
eleventh judicial circuit of i J^01 "> the May Democratic pri-
maries.
Hancock said that his state cam-
paign headquarters will be located
in Orlando and he named 0. B.
"Bo" McEwan, Orlando, as man-
ager.
Hancock said that "this office
hat f*r-re*ching effects on every
individual end business in Flor-
ida today. Few of our citizens
realise the great responsibilities
a cabinet officer holds in Flori-
da's government. It |a impera-
tive that this office be occupied
by a parson with wide business
end executive experience one
fully qualified in the special
field of agriculture."
"As commissioner it shall be my
policy to implement fully the re-
organization of our department of
Agriculture as recommended by
the Agriculture Services Commit-
tee and passed by the 1959 Legis-
lature to be effective in January
1061."
Hancock, 42, who owns and op-
erates Hancock Groves, at Grove-
land, Leke county, near Orlando,
was born at Pinetta, Fla. He at-
tended the public schools and
University of Florida, where he
received his degree in agricul-
ture.
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. SOC 47
1 i.sti: SMITH
Plaintiff,
.: WALLACE SMITH
! f. miaul
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IE WALLACE SMITH
\ilrir,s unknown
You are hereby notified that a suit
rc ha.- been filed an.iin.-t roe
y o'l are t
answer or pleaaUna to the Bill
Complaint Plaintiff's *t-
J DAVID 1.IKI.MAN. tl South
ue Avenue, Homestead, Florida.
anil file the orlclnnl In th.- i >ffloe of
th. Clerk of the Circuit Coun on ,.i
l-.f.ii.- the 10th day of February.
-.therwlm- the alienations of aald
lull r Complaint v.Ill be taken
n leased by you.
Dsted this ith day of January, A.D.
:-.
B. II LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
circuit Court. Dad. County. Florida
laeal) By: K. M. I.YMAN,
Deputy Clerk
1/S-1&-22-2S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice i hf:rf:iiy oiven tht
iwlerslKned. desiring to engage In
I -mess uniler the fictitious name of
1 WI'I.F.LIGHT INN *t 1131 Com-
re I'lasa. Miami intends to r*e>
... 1,1 name with the Clei k of the
nt Curt of I >ili< Countv. Florida.
CANDLELIGHT INN. INC.
ih Fla. corp i Owner
KKSSI Kit, GARS. RUTH
A'turneya for Applicant
SVV 1st Street
1/S-1I-22-2*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. S0C 42
MA It IF: L. CLARK.
Plaintiff,
ALBERT M. CLARK,
I 'felldant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tn: ALIIERT M. CLARK
I!, -iiUnce I'nknown.
Yr>u n- hereby notified that com-
plaint A* divorce has been filed
at you, and you are required to
serve copy of your answer or other
pleading to'aald complaint on plain-
tiff a attorney, Geors. N. MacDonell.
"I Hlscayne Itulldlng. Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original In the offjo-
of the Clerk of the above court on or
before the Sth day of Fehiuarv, 1M0,
otherwise the allegations of aald com-
plaint will be taken aa confessed by
you.
Dated January S. 10.
E. II LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
circuit Court. Dade County. Florid*
leal> By: WM W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
11-15-12 -2
W. I. HANCOCK
was director of organization for
the Florida Farm Bureau, and was
secretary and director for some
10 years.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH FIHti:i:\ GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
' "I.IMHIA HOTEL at II it S.E. 1st
Avenue. Miami, Fla intends to reg-
ister aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, FlmJda.
M0TF:1. STEWART. INC.
A Fla. Corp.
LEONARD KAI.ISH
Attorn, > for Applicant
!:'! Dul'ont Blag.
1/8-15-22-2S
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of tour Answer
or Pleading t,i the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney. WEINKLE
* KE8SLEK, 814 Say bold Ilulldin*.
Miami 32, Florida and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the ClrcSjIt Court on or
before the llth day of February. 180.
If you fall to do ao. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week lor four consecutive week*
In THE JEWISH PLultlDAN.
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTITE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en***.'-- in
business under the fictitious name of
Ml'SIC SERVICE COMPANY af 1912
West Ave.. Miami Beach, lnteaaV to
register said n*ane with the Clark of
the Circuit Court of Dade CoVnty,
Florida
HANSEN PUBLICATIONS, INC.
(a N.V. corp)
12/2S. 1/L-S-lo
IN THE COUMTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4*0*1 C
IN HE: FZatate of
SAMUEL ALPER.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against (S:ild
rotate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of HAML'HL ALPER, Der^>.-d
A.D. 15 ""' 'ountv Judges of Dade County, and
fib- the same iii their offleee In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
K II LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
K M. I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
WEINKLE KKSSI.er
114 Si ybold liullil.ng
Miami 12, Florida
Attorney* for Plaintiff
i/s-u-ss-a
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th it
leralsned, deslrliif to ens*ge in
- mi I, r I
LEE TATLt IR H STEPM KJ BE x t" I V
*t 1721 Pone* d Leon
Coral Gable*, Florida Intend -
ill tl.-ilni- with the l 'lei h of the
Circuit Cuuit f liade Com
LEK R( iY li >WLER
PETER VIZ/.I
BERNARD HCTNER
Attorne] tor < >wnt-r*
408 li., in,,la IlinWIIlig
Miami 32, Florid*
l'1-8-1.',-;:
from the date of the first publication
or the same will be barred.
RICHAItH U AI.I"ER
CLI1 I >RD l>. ALJ'-ER
STANLEY M PRKD
Attorney
li s. ybold Itulldlng
. Florid*
lira*. 1/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN S ROB ATE
No. 4SSS7S
IN RE Estate of
FRED FEItorsoN
D*e***ai.
_. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
7" All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing culm* or Demands Agalnat Bald
'-late:
^"11 are hereby notified ana re-
l h you mav have against
the estate of PRED I FtltllUSON de-
'""*e<1 Ut.. / Da.ie County, Florida.
' ;' c,,vinly Juilic.-. f i%,ie County.
"'I file th. same In their of fl. e. In
"" '; untj Courthouse In Dade Coun-
> Florl.ta. within eight calendar
momh. fr,.m th, ,|,Ir f tB, first
or the same will
I MOSS
?N ESHKN EX"'U"'r
He completed naval flight train-
ing at Pensacola, transferred to
the Marine Corps Air Arm and be-
tween 1W1 and 1946 participated in
seven invasions in the Central Pa-
cific in World War II. He was
awarded two Air Medals and a
Presidential Unit Citation.
Returning from five years of
service in World War U, Hancock
taught vocational agriculture in
Groveland, Fit., and later became
assisUnt county agent in Escam-
bia county. For three years, he
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 12183
CHARLOTTE EDELMAN
tlOLDBERO. Plaintiff
vs.
MORRIS 'I' ILDBBRO,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RIS GOLDBERG
Care of William il.lilberg
Lebanon Amir Apartment*
Bryn Mawr A Ia-bam n Avenue
Y' Group
Mops Programs
Att
rney
I bld IlulMla*
M"'" li..,,,,.
A box lunch picnic and a "Mad
Hatter's" party and game night
are, the special January programs
for the Senior Citizens Friendship
Club of the Southwest YMHA.
The picnic will take place Sun-
day 1:30 p.m., at the "Y," 7215
Coral Way.
The party and game night will
take place on Saturday, 8 p.m.. at,
the "V." A hat made by each per-
son will be worn and displayed in
a special contest, with prizes to
the winners.
These programs, for men and
women 55 years of age and older,1
art part of the regular program of
the Friendship Club, which meets
Ion Wednesday afternoons, 2:30,
l/.i..n-lV- t the Southwest "Y." .
Bensnl
Capital corp.
ACXX)UNTS RECEIVABLE
FINANCING
WAREHOUSE LOANS
FACTORING
EQUIPMENT FINANCING
COMMERCIAL PAPER
Phone: TUxedo 8-7551
4309 N.W. 36th Street
Miami Springs, Florida
H. S GRUBER
PRESIDENT
GEORGE J TALIANOFF
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4*209 B
IN RE: Estat. ,.f
ABRAHAM WHITEHOUBB
I', ',-ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All IVrsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against .Sal.I
Estste:
You are hereby goOfied and requir-
ed to present any claim* and demands
wblili you may have against th, re-
late of ARRAIIAM WHITBHOCSE
deceased late of Hade Counly. t-T.ii-
Uls. to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In th.-li
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dad* County, Florida,' within eight
leader month* trota the date of the
iiit euhUeatlea here, or the same
will be ban d
SAMnliii 1. WHITKHOC8E.
Executor
RICIIAI'.K .M.TSIII'I i:i:
MU Seyhnld Itldg., .Miami 82, Fl*.
hitsnklin S-4514
l-' :'-., I l-S-lj
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVEN that
to easeate in
business under thi I nai f
HER \ .v. s CLEANERS &
1'All.oltS at :-'.:-71st st, .Miami
121 ltth St..
Be* ii. Fla., Intend* to register said
with the i 'I.-i k ..f Hi,, i-l cult
"i I de i 'ounl rloi i.i^i
'l.i.l \ UREENItERO,
Sole Proprlstor
PAUL KWITNBT. Attorn .
of the i, Pirn of
Berk, II a K. Una)
120 Lincoln Road
i/i-8-r,-;j
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 4*200
IN RE: Estate of
AMELIA l.titUENHERCl
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit er* an.l All Persons Hav-
ng Claims or l>emanils Against Sail
Estate:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 47413-B
IN RE: Estate of
OL4IA WEINRER also known
as OLtJA g. WRINRKB
Dvieaned
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All IVrsons Hav-
ing Claims or l%nunilr Against Said
Estate.
You are hereby notified and rsu'ilr-
present any claims and demands
w lili-h > ou may have uKaloet th,
tate of <>|. is (>l.<:.\ S WEINRER dex-n*sed late
..r \v..\.. iwtiti hlorhiH. to the Coun-
ty Judge* of Dade County, and file
the same in th,-li offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, I
Ida. within eight calendar months
from the dale of the first publlcni .n
hereof, or the same will be, barred.
Martin wkinreh -
of the Estate of Olga Welnreb also
known as olga 8. Welnreb.
LBON A EP8TEINT Eaq.
Attorney
42(1 Uncoln U.sul
Miami lieach. Florid*
12/2S. l/tr8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBM that
the undersigned, desiring to sajgase
You *re hereby notified and raouir- '" burin*** eader Oie fictitious itiiie
d to present any claims and demands MR- JA at 7RS2 N.E 2nd ,\\- .
lii. h you may have against the ea- | *,'". intend* to register said fame
tnte of AMELIA I." >E WEN I :l-:i;>; ,1. w"h the Clerk of the Circuit Cotart of
ceased Isle of Dade County, Florida. Umue tiun,>j J^rWa.
OF STATE VORTOAOB-CO.
(a Fla. Corp.) Sole Owgwr
RAT KREEDMAN
Attorney tor Applicant
7MS N.E. 2nd Ave.
12/25. l/Br-8-IS
' -e
to tAe Honerublr Counly Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Court-
house in Dade County. Florida, with-
in eight calendar month* from the
date of the first publication hereof,
ataid claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the .claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will U barred. Se*
Section TIS.K of the IS4S Probate Act.
Date December 14 A.D ISM.
WILBUR E. LOEWENBERC. and
SETMOIK J U'l'WBNBKHO as
Executors of the laist Wfll and
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVRTN that
the undersigned, desiring to enrage In
Business under the fictitious naate nt
IjENTON REALTY at .i N.E. 174th
Drive. North Miami Beach intends to
Testament of Amelia Loewenberg register said name with the Clerk of
r^.US'J!"^-'.........._______ ih' f*-0"" Court of Dade County,
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Friday, January 15, jggg
Golda Says Jordan Project to Continue
JERUSALEM-UTA^-Mrs. Golds Meir, Israel's Foreign inister Suez Canal j sh.p^an^cargo^
declared here that "no power can prevent our development of ong jsisj^ ^^ Tuesday
water resources or other projects and no factor can dictate what we. ^ ^^
can do within our country."
he Tunes .aid I 0.1116$ DrfVO Sets
^:^Ts^:X. Coin Boards Here
Some 900 Greater Miami Legion-
r sires, reprecenting posts throagfa
the county, this
born announced a month ago. but
when he
he
dent Gatnal
Murad Ghaleb.
Col. Nasser and ne
Minister of the uar wm*
Aswan, participatmg hr "
tion for the start of work on the
hIKh dam there. The refusal
Foreign
new
Speaking during the debate in
Knesset on the new Cabinet and
government program, Mrs. Meir
said that development of the coun-
try's resources was an elementary
right which Israel would execute
"with all means at our disposal."
plans to divert Jordan River water
to irrigate portions of the Negev,
Mrs. Meir stressed that "what we
gees, Mrs. Meir
"there is only one solution
tlement in the Arab countries."
Asserting that the Arab refugee
problem represented one of the
,, I simplest of all refugee problems to '
^i^SJ^JSJSS solve, she cited the similarity of
language, customs and culture ot
the Palestinian Arabs with that of
the neighboring Arab countries
are doing w.th.n our borders ,s our ^ J nothJng ()) pre
business. She asserted that Is- mmml lh
rael's water resources develop-
ment "cannot depend on the whims
of the Cairo dictator," President
Nasser of the United Arab Repub-
lic, who has declared the UAR will
fight to prevent the irrigation pro-
ject.
In what apparently was a
warning to Western nations
about renewed efforts to win
President Nasser's friendship,
Mrs. Meir said that Israel wel-
comed "any steps toward peace,
but appeasement of aggressors is
not a step toward peace."
Replying to critics the govern-
__------------------------------.------------1 Dr. Bunt-he vi-sed ^ajro last "" 1(;-r-(he--governWenfs position
. weekend to discuss with the Gov to n*. blockade was re-
ment's policies on the Arab refu en, of the UAR its continued on the an',lN' D'," 40 mi
insisted ttatgjSnJ bIockade agains, brae fcyed t.Dr. B unche n. ?0 nu
-set-inn hph,,f of secretary General conference with it. "'
Dag Ilalar'skfold .Iks" v.sil had cental t the Times._______
40 minute
ac-
vent the solution of the problem
except the attitude of the Arab
rulers who are indifferent to the
fate of the refugees."
Egypt Adamant
On Suez Canal
U.S. Interests Seen Hurt
By Arab Anti-Israel Boycott
NEW YORK-(JTA)-The Uni-
ted Arab Republic has informed
Dr. Ralph J. Bunche. United Na- taxpayer.
Continued from Page 1-A
imposes unnecessary expenditures
and economic losses upon all the
countries of th Middle East, it sub-
verts the purposes of United States
economic assistance and makes
I lie Middle East more dependent
upon such American aid. Arab
League economic warfare there-
fore places unnecessary and addi-
tional burdens upon the American
lions Undersecretary for Special
Political Affairs, that it would con-
tinue to deny passage through the
NG THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
would not even be admissable as
evidence in the courts."

INQUIRY VS. INQUISITION
CUCH investigations, he noted.
** aggrandize t h e Congressmen
involved Truman's national de-
fense quiz. Nixon's pursuit of the
Hiss-Chambers affair. McCarthy
and Communismbut the tragedy-
is that "beyond the blasted lives.
Congressional inquiries fail." Ac-
cording to Dr. Levy, they have
done no more than uncover infor-
mation already known to the FBI.
LONG DISTANCE
MOVING
IfiKE-RlVRN U5
1
fo off points in the country
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
GIVEN WITHOUT CHAkGE
ace* hub. van
LI MS. IXC.
2136 N.W. 24th Avenue
5-6496 MIAMI
The Brandcis professor's presen-
tation was both brilliant and stim-
ulating. But his charge against
Congressional invest igat ions how-
ever much he recognizes their ulti-
mate needholds for his address;
it merely dug up the past. Apart
from the fact that other than Com-
munist inquiries are also a vital
part of the investigative process,
what of the conspiracy today and
its future impact on individual
civil liberties in the name of na-
tional defense? Does the thin line
of -minimum standards of tair
play" for which Dr. Levy argues
| constitute a sufficient guarantee
that inquiry shall not become in-
jquisition where ambitious legisla-
tors and their trials are involved?
This is a particularly cogent
question in light of the rising inci-
dence of Nazi activity, behind
which a Communist hand is appar-
ently if perhaps erroneously seen.
In our next round of being pro-
tected from the danger without,
will we stumble on the danger
within?
Such is Germany's situation to-
day as once again she prepares to '
hate Jews in the name of her anti-
Communismto hate them with
the legal sanction of her courts.
For this, another time.
"We shall continue to expose
these evils in the conviction that
on political and economic as well
as moral grounds, the Arab League
boycott must be resisted by the
United States Government, by
American business, and by the
American public."
The statement was signed by tIn-
following presidents: Bernard
Abrams, Jewish War Veterans of
the United States; Rabbi Philip S.
Bernstein, American Israel Public
Affairs Committee: Dr. Maurice
N. Eisendrath, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations; Moe Falik
man. American Trade* Union Coun-
cil for Labor Israel; Moses I.
Feuerstein. Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America:
Dr. Miriam Freund. Hadassah, the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America.
Also. Mrs. Rose L Halprin. Jew-
ish Agency for Israel; AdolpH
Held. Jewish Labor Committee;
Mrs. Charles Hymes, National
Council of Jewish Women; Bernath
L. Jacobs, United Synagogue of
America; Label Kut/, Biiai B'rith;
Mrs. Clara Left, Labor Zionist As-
sembly; Rabbi Irving Miller.
American Zionist Council; Rabbi
Joachim Print, American Jewish
Congress; Abraham Redelheim.
Zionist Organization of America;
Rabbi Isaac Stollman. Mizrachi
Hapoel Hamizrachi; and David
Ullman. National Community Re-
lations Advisory Council.
out the county, this week began
the sHeliHwi'so-n -at* dieses boards
for the new March of Dimes.
These boards arc being placed
in bars, super markets and, other
retail establishments, Ray Clark,
a Legion spokesman, said.
Dimes collected in the boards
will be used for polio patient care,
furtherance of the use of Salk vac-
cine, and for research to combat
arthritis and crippling birth de-
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I...SOCIAIIJE
* cw<
oman s
1U0rU
The Irving D. Bernsteins. of Surf tide, eager-
ly looking forward to their houseguests next
week, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Robold, of Yonkers.
N.Y., and their two young daughters, Cara and
Bette Mrs. Robold is Mrs. Bernstein's
niece .
Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oboler, 4290 Chase ave.,
were Mr. and Mra. Seymour Weiss, of Brooklyn, N.Y.,_and Massa-
pequa, 1.1 Several social occasions hosted by mutual friends
marked their visit here ...
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldman, former Gotham-ites who now live
at 1006 Bay dr., happy about the visit of their interior decorator
son, Arthur .
Friends of Mrs. James Chapman, 1321 14th at., glad to see her
out of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and all ready to deal her into their regular
canasta games at the Eden Roc .
Also back from Mt. Sinai, following a week's illness there-
Mrs. Bea Swanson, of 67 Collins ave.
*
Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz busy rushing off to send a "Care" pack-
age to daughter Joan at Smith College Judge Irv and Hazel
CypM and all the little ones, including the dog, having a gay time
at Fun Fair The sisters Berkowitz greeting Dr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Gertman at the new South Pacific Itinerant Ruth Brotman
at the Musicians Club in Coral Gables as of Jan. 20 Ruth's a
f< under of the club Enjoying a weekend at the Pinecrest Lakes
Club at Avon ParkDr. and Mrs. Morris Kleiman and daughter
Dolly.
'.
The New Year has started out happily for Mrs. Bertha Lach,
of Miami Shores Children Trudi and Jimmie Stern are back in
Miami after five and a half years in Atlanta He's an attorney
and (PA Trudi is a former district prez of B'nai B'rith Young
Women .
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Schwartz will be hosts at their home, 7S2S
Adventure ave.. Treasure Island, to a tea party Wednesday, 1:30
p.m.. for the Eye Saver Fund of the Esther group of Hadassah .
Dr. Schwartz, a gifted artist, and Mrs. Schwartz. Medical Center
chairman for Esther group, will display their beautiful art
objects .
Brandeis University dean Dr. Leonard Lev\ entertained by
Greater Miami Brandeis Club members last Saturday at a dinner
party in the San Marino Then off to the Saxony, where Dr. Levy
.spoke on Congressional investigations Dinner guests included
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehlinghe's Brandeis Club president here
Mr. and Mrs: Sidney Ansin. the Charles Fruchtmans, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Janis, and the Carl Weinkles.
*
Speaking of Brandeis: Water skiiing took up a great deal of
Cornelia Turk's vacation during the holiday season here, but now
she's back at Brandeis, where she is a full-time student She
also, incidentally, takes two night courses at Wellesley College in
Cambridgesmart like mother and dad Stella and Harold Turk .
Recent visitors here were Milton Beere and Morton Grayson,
of New York, and Walter Floersheimer, Palm Beach The trio
head Sutro Bros., Gotham Town and Florida brokerage house ..
Frequent diners at the Pub, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz .
Won't be too long before Abe and Dorothy start thinking of North
Carolina againnow that the winter holiday season is but a
memory.

Romantic Tale: Ted and Shirley Chertok's only daughter,
Paula, graduated from Rollins last April, and is an accomplished
violinist and dancer Then came Dick Lapidus, who recently
opened Radio Station WAFM here, and Paula went to work for him
. Who will finally be the boss, no one knows, because it seems
wedding bells are about to toll-----
Don't know where that "third annual" bit cropped up when re-
porting the Aaron and Marcella Kanner yearly Orange Bowl stint
in this column last week Their supper buffet has been "The
Place" to go for the last 15 years .

The Louis Adlers, of 123 NE 50th st., still entertaining some
of their out-of-town guests who attended the Jan. 2 Bar Mitzvah
and reception for their son, Shepard Arnold, at Temple Israel /.
Included: Mr. and Mrs. George Adler. New York City; Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Strauss and family, Neptune, N.J.; and the Julius Rogoffs.
of the chain department store clan, Harrison. N. J. Josie is
Temple Israel organist, and Lou is musical contractor at the Amer-
icana hotel...
Rev. and* Mrs. Morris Mager. of 1455 N. Bay rd.. entertained
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mager, of Talla-
hassee, where he's an assistant attorney general to Richard Ervin
. The young Magers were here for Chanuka with their new son.
Marc .
Managing director of Mt. Nebo Cemetery Morris Levine and
his Pearl, of 6331 SWth st.. entertaining his parents, Mr. and.Mrs.
Jack Levine. of Long Island The visitors will be here through
March, spending time with their children and grandchildren, Nor-
man and Flora.
"<3fewish Floridiao
Miami, Florida, Fridayl, January 15, I960
Sect ion B
Completing final arrangements for the Jewish
Home tor the Aged Auxiliary luncheon meet-
ing Jan. 26 at the Algiers hotel, which will be
devoted to the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal
Mrs. Benjamin Friedman (left) and Mrs. Sam-
uel Stein (right) acted as hostesses at the re-
cent board meeting in preparation for the
affair. Center are Mrs. Sol Silverman. presi-
dent, and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag.
Home Auxiliary To Focus on CJA
To mitigate suffering and help
thousands of less fortunate Jews
throughout the world, members of
the Jewish Home for the Aged Aux-
iliary will turn their full attention
to the needs of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal on Jan. 26.
Their monthly luncheon will be
held in the Rubaiyat room of the
Algiers hotel.
Auxiliary president Mrs. Sol Sil-
verman has announced that her or-
Emanu-EI PTA
Carnival Sunday
Temple Emanu-EI religious
school's Parent-Teacher Assn. will
hold a carnival from 2 to 7 p.m.
on Sunday. Mrs. Milton Feller is
PTA president.
The carnival will include games,
prizes, and rides such as a ferns
wheel, rollercoaster and whip.
There will also be an auction of
items including dinnerware, hand-
bags, and apparel for the entire
family.
Proceeds will be used by the
PTA to furnish equipment for the
Temple's new branch religious
school now nearing completion on
77th st. and Dickens ave.
Site of the carnival is the religi-
ons school patio adjacent to the
Temple grounds at 17th st. and
James ave.
Arrangements chairmen for the
event are Mrs. Herbert S. Young
and Mrs. Theodore Kipnis. Mrs.
Michael Schachter is games chair-
man, and Mrs. Morton B. Morgan
is in charge of publicity and dis-
play work for the carnival.
ganization has decided to devote
the meeting to the CJA Women's
Division, which will present a col-
orful musical show and other enter-
tainment.
Top stars of the luncheon event
will be Mrs. Sol Geltman and Mrs.
David Miller, performing an orig-
inal musical duet and recitative,
with script by Mrs. Trlxie Levin.
Called "Women of the Year," the
unique act calls for a rapid num-
ber of costume changes which take
place in view of the audience.
They explain, meanwhile, how
Dade county's Jewish women can
become "Women* of the Year" in
1960 through fuller participation in
communal affairs.
A variety musical melange will
also be presented by Mrs. Michael
Mersel.
Guests of the JHA Auxiliary will
be five residents of Douglas Gar-
dens. Mrs. Sara Cossik, a senior
citizen who is president of the resi-
dents' executive board, will deliv-
er the opening prayer.
Action of the JHA group was
highly praised by Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, chairman of this year's
CJA Women's Division campaign.
MAYA MAMAMUT
The Jewish Home for the Aged
is one of the 57 local, national and
overseas beneficiaries of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Haya Harareet At Women's Tea
Wedding Anniversary Front: Married Jan. 22. 1910 and cele-
brating their 50th anniversary are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dutz. 640
8th st. The couple met in Vilna. Poland He's a life member
of the Grand Street Boys Assn.. New York City ... He and Lena 'ftonMW HoMaf Scheduled
have two sons. Sidney Drutz and family, of Rego Park. N.Y., and
Leo Drutz and family, of 141 NW 67th ct., Miami There are
'""r grandchildren .
Also: Mr. and Mrs. George Barr, 770 NE 146th St.. No. Miami
Beach, their 15th anniversary Jan. 7, with a reception at home
""king the occasion ... The couple were married in Worchester,
Mass., and have three sons. Michael. 10. Jay. 8, and Scott, 6.
Naomi group of Hadassah will
hold a "Roman Holiday" function
Saturday evening. Jan. 23. at Hil-
lel House, 1100 Miller dr., Corel
Gables. In charge of reservations
is Mrs. H. Goldstein, 620 SW 9th
st.
Haya Harareet. the Haifa-born
beauty who stars opposite Charlton
Heston in "Ben-Hur," will be an
honored guest at a Combined Jew-
ish Appeal coffee sponsored by the
leadership of the Women's Divis-
ion on Thursday, Jan. 21.
The affair will be held in the
Community room of Miami Beach
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
407 Lincoln rd.
This will be the Israeli actress'
first public appearance here be-
fore a major organization, accord-
ing to Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
division chairman.
The sultry dramatic star has
lived most of her life in Tel Aviv,
and she speaks five languages
fluently. While serving the requir-
ed two years in Israel's armed
forces, she began acting in service
shows. i
Once out of uniform, she joined
Tel Aviv's Chambre Theatre and
acted in dozens of plays. She won
the feminine lead in "Ben-Hur"
after director William Wyler re-
membered having met her briefly*
at the Cannes Film Festival, and
ordered her tested.
Miss Harareet also took the lead-
ing feminine role in the award win-
ning movie, "Hill 24 Doesn't An-
swer." produced by Israel author
Zvi Kolitz.
Kolitz will be in Miami on Tues-
day to address the Women's Divis-
ion Pacesetters' Tea to be held in
the home of Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson.


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9-JewlstncrkUar
Friday, January 15. I960
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of Hebrew
Academy Women, discusses arrangements
with committee of hostesses for the 12th annual
scholarship fund dinner of the Hebrew Acad-
emy. Seated, (left to right) are Mrs. Jonah Cap-
Ian, Mrs. Samuel Reinhard, Mrs. Hvman Sand-
ier, Mrs. Irving Firtel. Standing (left to right)
are Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Mrs. Leo Reinhard,
Mrs. Morris Bienenfield, Mrs. Alex Miller, Mrs.
Jerome Bienenfeld, Mrs. Herbert Berger. Not
shown are Mrs. Harry Genet, Mrs. Pauline
Grundwerg, Mrs. Henry Penchansky, Mrs.
George Kimmel, Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mrs. Mil-
ton Lubarr.
BB Women
Plan Functions
Don Barber and Bob CMjrton.
-eh-? TV personalities, will be
among those modeling at the fourth
annual Gilbert Balkin B nai B nth
fashion show.
The show will be held Jan. 20,
8 30 p.m.. at the Algiers hotel
The show will include fashions
from lingerie and maternity to
men's styles.

Anne Frank chapter of B'nai
R'rith is holding its regular meet-
ing on Jan. 19 at the Park Lane
Cafeteria on Coral Way at 12 noon.
Flaqler-Granada
Maps Activities
Flagler-Granada Sisterhood will
hear a panel discussion moderated
,by Mrs. Irving Wexler on Thurs-
jday evening, Jan. 21. Mrs. Bar-
ney Landers will preside.
Panel will include Rabbi Ber-
nard Shoter. Flagler-Granada spir-
itual leader, and a noted child psy-
Women Map Academy Dinner
With the cooperation of Mr. and werg, Hyman Sandier, Irving Fir- u
Mrs Wolfie Cohen, co-chairmen tel, Leo Reinhard, Morris Bienen- eph Shapiro, Mrs. Jonah I. Cap
of the Hebrew Academy's scholar- feld. Alex Miller, Jerome Bienen- lan Mrs Isidor
-hip fund dinner, a committee of feld, Herbert Berger. Henry Pen
net was formed composed of rep-' Agcnda wj[i aiso include election
resentatives of Hebrew Academy ;tQ (he nominating committee Mrs.
Women and PTA They include g ,jk y in ch o( refresh.
Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse, Mrs. Jos- menls
Sisterhood is planning a lunch-
1, SSm lie OISllTIIOOU U (minimi- < ."..v..
0r.e..SpK&J""!: eon Tuesday noon. Jan. 26. at the
man Sandier, Mrs. Julius Rosen-
Hebrew Academy Women headed chansky, George Kimmel. Joseph stejn Mrs. Jerome
!jy Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and Mrs. Cohen, Matthew Zuckerman, Mil- Mrs Leonard Rosen. Mrs. Tobias
BTenenTeld Cen,er In charKe are Mrs" Tom,
' Pritch, Mrs. Leonard Pont, and
Mrs. Leo Drutz. Highlight of the
Jonah Caplan. have planned color- ton Lubarr and Isidore Spoiler. g. |fc Jack Gerson and ^ m wj|, be a Hartley.s Fur
ml and elaborate decorations for, in a special message to the com- .. ciinhnro Salon fashion show
he 12th annual Academy celebra-' ^mity. urging all-out support of Abraham Steinberg._____________Salon fashion show._____________
tion to be held Sunday evening. tne 12th annual event, Mrs. Jos-
Jan. 24. in the Grand ballroom of cpn shaprio. Hebrew Academy
ihe Fontaineblcau hotel. Women president, declared: "Tin
Color scheme will be pink with impact of the Hebrew Academy OB
lowing candles in silver cande- the cultural and educational life
labras. creating an air of warm of our community has been unpar
once. Floral centerpieces will allcled by any other school. The
adorn each table. Hostesses will community must provide better fa-
include Mesdames Samuel Rein- cilities and new quarters to accom-
r>ard. Harry Genet. Pauline Grund- modate the many students who
----------------------------------------- seek the Academy's program of
Travel is the theme when the
Gilbert Balkin B'nai B'rith
Women present their fourth
annual fashion show. Mrs.
Alan Baskin models one of
the many fashions to be
shown by the Red Shutter,
Hub, and Archer's.
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The committee will undertake
varying projects to promote the
general welfare of the agency, a
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A group of temporary officers
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Mrs. Helga Eason, of the Miami
Public Library, will discuss 'Eva,"
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Star of 'Ben-Hur1
At Israel Bond
Function Jan. 22
Haya Harareet, who stars with
(IhJxlann ijT'""~^m-^jMtf\M"X "
will be guest of honor at the an-
nual Chen "Thank You" party
sponsored by the Women's Divi-
gion (or Israel Bonds on Friday,
Jan. 22, 10:30 a.m., in the French
room of the Fontainebleau hotel.
- Mrs. Max Weitz, chairman of the
Women's Division, announced that
Miss Harareet will take part in a
special tribute to Mrs. Trudy
Hamerschlag upon her achieve-
ment of the Woman of Valor
Award, presented to women Israel
Bond workers who have sold a
minimum of (100,000 in Israel
Bonds. Mrs. Hamerschlag has been
chairman of Chen, the women's
volunteer sales corps for Israel
Bonds, the past two years.
Mrs. Weitz announced Haya
Harareet would also take part in
the presentation of Chen awards to
members of the Women's Division
sales corps who have earned Chen
charms in the past year.
Chen charms depict one of the
12 Tribes of Israel, and each is
awarded for the sale of $2,500
of Israel Bonds. Women volunteers
who have attained all 12 charms
by the sale or purchase of $30,000
in Bonds then become members of
the Advance Guard of Chen.
Haya Harareet is an Israeli ac-
tress who was discovered by Wil-
liam Wyler, director of "Ben-Hur."
In awarding her the leading femi-
nine role in M.G.M.'s latest spec-
tacular film, Wyler said she was
the finest young actress he has
ever directed.
A college graduate, she speaks
six languages, including perfect
English, with only a slight trace
of Israeli accent. She has served
her "hitch" in the Israeli Marines.
Haya opposes any suggestion
that she should change her name
into a professional label that
would be more easily pronouncible
and spellable. "If I am good
enough as an actress, the name
won't matter," she smiles. In He-
brew, the name means "mountain
animal."
Among the presentations at the
bruncheon party will be seals to-
wards Woman of Valor Awards to
the Mesdames Jack A. Cantor,
Harry Chaet, David Denner, An
ram Fox, Mayshie Friedberg, I. E.
Goldman, Harry Platoff, Miriam
Press, Samuel T. Sapiro and Max
Weitz.
'II.. 'I..damf> Sidney Analn. Joa-
eph > Na'li..n IL-cker. Herbrrt Rrlllnann,
Will,..- n IWrialrin. Hh.Ui- IIU-l.i, Ben-
jamin Hltitne-. Nathan itook.pan.
Kh-i>ar Charcov. aky, Joseph CoMn, Loom
Culirn. Morris Cooper, Daniel <"ra-
vtn. K'hel .Curaon. Ham K. Danela.
M;. \ I ikter, Sam Dorfman, I^ao
KiaenMrtn. I Mot- Felnsold, Betty Peuer, Jarob
Flarh. Kalman F*lirier. abo
The Meadamea Allan Forbea. Sim-
uel N. l->iedl:ind. H.rnar.l r\irninn.
Maurice O. Purman. Leo Oelvan, Ber-
nanl il.ilahera. Joaeph ColdberR. Kllx-
aneth Goodman. Bather Oootlmjin,
Lillian (ioodman. Hamue Oraubart.
Meyer flreenbeiw, 8. Harvey Oreen-
aimn. Pauline Urundwers;, Abraham
Grunhut. Morrla Hlra.-h. Mauri.-.' Il>
man. n. njamin Kane, K.-rnwrd Kap-
lan, Jnl.ua Kaadln. Jack Kataman.
Sisterhood Fetes Life Members
Annual awards to Miami women leaders for service to the
State of Israel Bonds will be made at the Chen "Thank You"
party and bruncheon Friday, Jan. 22, at the Fontainebleau
hotel. Viewing some of the Chen charms which will be pre-
sented to members of the Israel Bond volunteer sales corps
are Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag (left), Chen chairman, and Mrs.
Max Weitz. chairman of the Women's Division. Haya Hara-
reet, feminine lead of "Ben-Hur," will take part in a special
presentation of the Woman of Valor Award to Mrs. Hamer-
schlag. The award is presented to women who have bought
or sold $100,000 in State of Israel Bonds.
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood will
fete its new life members at a
meeting and social Wednesday, 1
p.m., at the Seville hotel, Mrs. Mil-
in 'f^ith, Sisterboqd p/esidem,
as announced.
A special program, written and
directed by Trixie Levin, "Life-
lights," will feature Mrs. Leonard
Glickman, Mrs. Alexander Kogan
and Mrs. Philip Greenberg, who
will present a dramatic narrative
in tribute to the women of Temple
Emanu-El on the life member ros-
ter.
Life members will be officially
inducted in a candlelight ceremony.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual lead-
er, will bless each participant and
present her with a gold charm cast
in replica of the Temple. An ad-
ditional highlight of the afternoon
will be musical renditions of Mrs.
Eaul Morton.
Life members are also acknowl-
edged by the placement of a tab-
let, incribed with the life mem-
ber's name, on a special bronze
plaque.
Chairman is Mrs. Alexander Ko-
gan, assisted by Mrs. George'Gold-
berg, Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg, Mrs.
Joseph Rose and Mrs. Terry Spon-
der. Table decorations are by Mrs.
Irwin Hoffman. Mrs. Herbert Sha-
piro is.program and arrangements
chairman, with Mrs. Albert Rein-
herz, telephone committee chair-
man.
Panford H. Kean. Frank Kline, Wil-
liam Kline, alao
The Meadamea Harry Koretxky.
Max Krauaa, Inea Krenaky. Robert
I. Krlniman. Murray I-axaina, Irvlnjr
I.ehi tn.iii. Raphael l.evl. William !,-
vine, Teaale I.ltt. Milt.in I.ubarr,
Philip Rojrera Miillnry. Joaeph Mai.i,
Irvltlft Miller. Carol Montanerl. Na-
than Naali. Harry Nelaon. Max Oro-
vlta. Anne Badaarer. Lillian Perlman,
Morrla Pollack. I>avld Ponve, Jack H
Poplck. David Provua, Iaajtc Pushkin,
Carl Kafny. Louie Iteln-leln. alao
The Mea.litme* Maurice Revitx. I.eo
Roblnaon. Bernard Rndlna. Joaeph M.
Roae. Jullua Rnhenateln, Rrnee Roa-
enthal, Arthur Roalnek, I>an B. Rua-
Kln. Samuel Hakrala, David Samuel".
Leonard Hchrell>er. BeKale Hel.lman.
John Kerbln. David Kernaker. Joaeph
Shapiro. Toblaa Simon. Harry Slmon-
hoff. William D. Hlneer. Harry Spiv-
acfc, Joahua Htadlan. Anna Stein.
Bernard Kupworth. Oharlea Suaaman,
Harold Thurman. alao
The Meadamea Nat Waldman, Al-
vln Wank. A. S. Waiter. Carl Weln-
kle. Ida Weaael, Harry Wolomiff.
Kllxabeth Zntlrr. Harold ZInn and
Samuel Zitner.
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Shop Monday* and Fridays 'HI J|
too* Review Scheduled
Tikvah group of Hadassah was
to meet Thursday evening at the
home of Ada and Hazel Markow.
914 Country Club Prado, Coral
Gables. Melvyn B. Frumkes was
to review "Eva," by Meyer Levin.
Nrs. Geiger is Speaker
Mrs. Edyth Geiger, of the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, was guest speaker Monday at
a meeting of Brandeis gorup of
Hadassah at the Fontainebleau ho
tel. Mrs. Earl Coplon is group
president.
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Friday. January 1S# iggQ
Jewish Floridian Exclusive
Your Marriage Counselor
.". t>u Samuel Cf. Jiting
Miami's Nationally Famous Marriage Counselor and Author
What has a wife a right to expect from her hus- the role of the father is almost of equal importance,
band? Fifty years ago the question was more or especially as the infant advances into childhood ana
less rhetorical, since a wife had few rights a hus- beyond. This is especially true if the youngster is
band was bound to honor. To be sure, a husband was a boy.
legally obligated to support his wife and children, To become thoroughly masculine boys must tie
!,ut having done this he was under no compulsion, able to identify with a masculine image And what
legal or otherwise, to do much of anything else. better or closer image than a masculine father.
The grim fact was that a wife, in those halcyon But a father serves other psychological functions,
i ui uiJicinidc, tw uw mm ii ui iiinuiiii.s criac
The grim fact was that a wife, in those halcyon But a father serves otner psycnoiogicai luncuiw,
days, was little more than her husbands chattel with too. He represents an ideal for the son to attain es-
rtuallv what he Dleased. Hence, pecially the ideals of strength and wisdom, and later
Kittys, whom he could do virtually what he pleased. Hence.
to speak of women's "rights" was to talk aboui
' mething that for all practical purposes simply did
nflt exist.
All this, alas, has changed, as many husbands
have learned to their sorrow. Today the average
wife expects a good deal more from her husband
and from her manage than ever before. For ont
thing, she is much more sophisticated and knowl-
vdgeable. She has read Havelock Ellis and Sigmund
Ireud, and she is familiar with the Kinsey reports.
Moreover, she peruses the love-lorn columns to learn
what she is missing, and she is an avid reader of
'ooks on sex and marriage, all of which tend to
irake her highly conscious of her marital "rights"
:rtd her husband's obligations.
The typical hausfrau thus comes to marriage
\'U of miscellaneous but often erroneous information
and attitudes, all designed to insure her marital
happiness by having her husband toe the mark. And
when he doesn't, as so often happens, the wife is
apt to walk out on him and seek fresher pastures.
Expectation of Companionship
Having practiced the art and science of mar-
nage counseling for some 25 years. I have naturally
given a great deal of thought to what a wife should
reasonably expect from her spouse, and I offer the
following after a good deal of prayer and contempla-
tion. r
u Jf ? wi'e,h'1s rinl l0 expect anything from
her husband she certainly has a right to expect com-
panionship. Every woman needs a man with whom
-he can exchange ideas and share whatever mar-
iiage and life have to offer. Without such companion-
flip, marriage is dull, empty and meaningless; with
it wedlock becomes exciting, full, and rewarding
unfortunately, too many husbands and wives are
neither companions nor friends, but merely occupy
he same house. **
A wife has a right to expect that her husband
Ml be constant in his affections. The man who
nditoW his ",,0Ve" one ? '""l h complete-
> indifferent the next, is a strain on any wife Yet
a wife -hould not expect the impossible: that is she
that her husband w,ll continuously
his undying devotions and spend his life
i tor. What we
,."V! ,,,;- certain consistency in be-
he must feel that she has his love' and if
such devotion will >,,, w.v.'r (C
the minor vicisitudes that may arise ne
An Understanding Mother
Will fha'iVr" roVafa' % .^.S*fiS
Auxiliary to Meet At New Mt7s7nai
eciany me lucais oi strengin aim hisuuih. auu iaic.
as the boy grows up he is able to profit from the
father's experience as well.
Thus a child needs the traits of both mother and
father. He needs his mother's protective softness
and femininity, and he needs the father's discipline
and masculinity. Without both the child tends to
become an emotional cripple, insecure and Inade-
quate, and unable to face life on a free and easy
basis.
A wife must also feel that she can respect and
admire her husband. For without such respect there
cannot be love. No woman, unless she is deeply
neurotic, can admire a man who is an alcoholic, an
habitual gambler, or a chronic liar. Nor can a wife
respect or admire a husband who is an inveterate
philanderer.
A wife. I repeat, must be able to look up to
her husband. She must feel that Hurt is something
unique about her man that sets him apart from the
common herd. That something may be a matter of
personality or temperament; it may be a matter
of learning, status or achievement. But whatever it
is. it is necessary to a wife's self esteem in order
that she may be able to justify her choice of hus
band to herself.
A wife has a right to expect that her husband's
first loyalty will be to her. This means that in any
conflict of interests, the husband will place those of
his wife above anyone else's, including that of his
friends and relatives.
For Sake of Family
A wife has a right finally to expect that her hus
band will be faithful. But she has only this right if
she herself has fulfilled her part of the marital con
tract Love and respect cannot be coerced or com
mantled. They must be earned. The wife who i~
slovenly m appearance, who is sexually cold, who
scolds or nags incessantly, who fails to boost her hus-
band s ego or make him feel importantsuch a wife
is the real culprit, not the husband. Divided loyal-
ties divided and conflicting feelings are Inconsistent
with a sound marriage.
That is why adultery is universally regarded as
a ground to divorce, wke the evidence if per
m that man is biologically oriented toward, nhilan-
dertog-aj witness the fact that of 185 J,,
analyzed in the Human Relations Files of ^
x..ff SmLX*^ mOn0*m' Which all OUI
sexual activity for men was disallowed or d
BKThSHf1 hu8band. fr one reason or ano
find it relatively easy to keep these tendencies in
check. Actually, it is not so much the sinale act .i
adultery that is so reprehensible, but the natural and
normal consequences that flow therefrom
honTkh0 h"sbanfl who consorts with a woman other
than his wife must necessarily lead thereafter a life
reduced to chaos, and the famil thn d s00n he
-nil whin tha, StS^StSfSflSSSS
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Spnoza forum hi '60 Soriu
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will ooe'n
the Spinoza Outdoor Forum for
i960 on Wednesday at litta tlJ
Ocean ct.
HIS. tfAH tfONA'D
Cooking Columnist
To Speck Here
Mrs. Oscar (Leah) Leonard, well-
known columnist and author of
"Jewish Cookery" and "Jewish
Holiday Cook Rook." will be |
speaker at the next open met
of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholoni on Wednesday in the Tem-
ple Banquet Hall.
A specially-arranged display fea-
turing holiday delicacies prepared
by Sisterhood women will be fea-
tured at the meeting.
Prize recipies will be submitted
for publication in Sisterhood's an-
nual ad journal, of which Mrs.
Louis Shapiro is chairman.
Mrs. Howard H. Miller is Sister-
hood president, and Mrs. Charles
P. Feinberg is vice president in
charge of programming.
Tziona Chapter
Plans Functions
T/iona chapter of Mi/rncln
Women's Organization will feature
v' nth Al; ah children's |
Sun,!- I m, 2 p.m al I
Israel Synagogue.
'' for Wtraehl Worn-
Mldren's villages throughout
Israel.
Monthly meeting of the chapter
will be held Wednesday, had p.m
at the home of Mrs Hurray Berk
OWitZ 3100 Prairie ive. Program
will be presented by Mrs. Seymour
Eisenberg. Mrs .vm, Wal(,man
is president of the group.
'What's My Line' Program
thai group of Hadassah will
meet Monday. 8:30 p.m.. a. the
Vo.vager motel. "What's Mv !.,,.
program will be featured '
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H>eak on "What Mt. Sinai Hospital
Means to Me."
Participants are Dr.
22"Swi"also givc hrr *
ffif'fiW* cappells
Chair of M,ami Beach Senior High
School will sing. k
Univer.sitv
For the first time in the new Mt
Sinai Hospital building, the Worn-
Uary of the hospital will
hold its semi-annual meeting on
May, Jan. 22. 1 p.m.. in the new
Louis E. Wolfson Auditorium.
Hem
nity to
SLfi^A^S* 0-* ^00,-Board member. ha* Sm^OtJ^i
the new facilities of the nune? J&gZP Kahn- P<*try edi- U* existence othc Mt ffi
ncm?- I,or of ,hc Miami Herald, will read Women's Auxiliary
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"Break the bank and save a pair of eyes" is the theme of a
luncheon to be sponsored Monday by Mrs. Pauline Grund-
werg (right) at her home, 4561 Prairie ave. Discussing arrange-
ments are Mrs. Lillian Edell, chairman, and Mrs. Jacob D.
Datis, coordinator. Organisation is the Israeli group of Ha-
dassah. Mrs. Sadye Kaplan is president.
lembers Will
le Inducted
Formal induction of new mem
prs of the Sisterhood of Beth Is-
lei Congregation will take place
a paid-up membership tea at
lie Coronet hotel on Tuesday noon.
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, spirit
b1 leader, will conduct the cere-
Dny, assisted by Mrs. Maurice
Goldring, membership vice
esident, and Mrs. Harry Milsen,
lembership chairman.
I A "Molly Goldberg membership
lit" will be enacted, with mem-
ers of Sisterhood as the cast, fol
^ucd by a birthday party honor-
members whose birthdays oc-
jr during the month of January,'
Ccording to Mrs. Alexander Mos-
Bvits, program chairman.
Irs. George Hechter is presi-
tnt.
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Cancer League
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Armed with enthusiasm and de-
termination to fight cancer, some
800 fashionably-dressed women of
Miami and Miami Reach gathered
at the Eden Roc hotel Wednesday
for the first fund-raising event of
the Women's Cancer League of
Miami Reach.
The new organization, formed
this summer, now has 200 mem-
bers and is supplying a $50,000 co-
balt machine to Mt. Sinai Hospital.
The machine is the latest X-Ray
therapy in treatment of cancer.
First contribution for the cobalt
machine came from the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Damon Runyon
Fund in form of a $5,000 down
payment. Mrs. Paul (Pat) Rrom-
berg received a trophy from the
Women's League for her help in
obtaining the donation. A mem-
ber of the local league, Mrs. Rrom-
berg was appointed a vice presi-
dent of the Damon Runyon Auxil-
iary by Mrs. Robert Z. Greene,
Miami Reach, who is national pres-
ident of the Auxiliary. The Damon
Runyon Fund is matching every
Pioneer Women
Slate Functions
Mrs. Joseph Krantz, president ol
Reach Club 1, Pioneer Women,
announces that a garden-card
party will be held Wednesday, 1
p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Charles
Goldberg, 345 Meridian ave., Mi-
ami Reach.

Mrs. Ida Jacob Liftman, presi-
dent of Gub II, has announced that
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Katz are spon-
soring their sixth annual banquet
for the Child Rescue Fund in Is-
rael. The affair will be held on
Sunday, Jan. 24, 6 p.m., at the
Royal Hungarian restaurant.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop, of Temple Judea, Coral
Gables. Mrs. Rose Yokell will en-
tertain with a group of folk songs.
Mrs. Cornelia Valentine will de-
liver the invocation. Chairman of
the evening is Mrs. Abraham Shed-
roff.
Sisterhood Features Skit
Coral Way Jewish Center Sister-
hood will meet Thursday evening,
Jan. 22, at the Everglades Elemen-
tary School. Program will feature
a skit. "OperationsNeedle* and
Thread."
Mrs. Paul Bromberg (left) receives a trophy from the Women's
Cancer League of Miami Beach from Mrs. Robert Z. Greene,
Damon Runyon Fund Auxiliary president.
dollar raised by the Women's
League for its cancer work.
Micky Kraus, president of the
Men's Cancer League of Miami
Reach, also received a trophy as
he presented a check for $10,000
to the cobalt bomb fund raised at
its recently-held golf tournament.
Mrs. Micky Kraus, president of
jthe Women's Cancer League, said
| that the group hopes eventually to
support one or two beds for ter-
minal cancer patients at Mt. Sinai
'Hospital. This would cost $10,000
to $12,000 a year for each bed,
tshe estimated.
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Friday, January IS. I960
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MISS HtLiNt KRAVITZ
Mar. 27 Rites Slated
For Kravitz, Supler
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz. 2336 SW 4th st.
Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter
Helene Loretta. to Allen M. Supler.
The groom-to-be is the son of the late Mr. am
Mrs. Louis Supovitz, of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Miss Kravitz graduated from Miami Senior High
School and attended the University of Miami.
Mr. Supler attended the University of Miami
and received his Bachelor of Arts degree at the
University of Pittsburgh.
A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh law
school, where he was chosen for the Law Review, am.'
a member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of Penn
sylvania, he specializes in taxation.
Mr. Supler served two years with the United
States Army in Germany, where he acted as a chief
courts-martial defense counsel.
He is at present an officer and director of Back
ground Music. Inc.. of Pittsburgh.
The couple plan a Mar. 27 wedding at the Fon
tainebleau hotel.
Miss Silvers Weds Lloyd Ruskin
Rabbi Joseph Narol officiated at
the wedding oi Miss Ileene Joyce
Silvers, of Charlotte, \. ('.. and
Lloyd L. Ruskin. Miami attorney,
on Sunday at Temple [si
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Davii oi Char
lotte. Her husband is the
Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, Bal
Harbour.
Xhe bride attended the Univer-
sity of Alabama i nd Woman's I
lege in Greensboro, N. C. Sim was
a member of Sigma Delta Tau so-
rority, and worked for the Colum
bia Broadcasting System in Nev
York.
The groom, who resides at 9181
W. Bay Harbor dr., is president ol
Jewish Vocational Service. He re-
ceived his Bachelor's decree from
Vanderbil' University and law de-
cree from the University of Mi-
ami,
He is a member of the Miami
.1 lycees, President's Coun-
cil of Miami Beach. Decalogue So-
it Illinois, Miami Beach Op-
timists and Masons, Elks and
Shriners.
His fraternities are Alpha E|
Ion Pi social, Beta Epsilon, and
the Bar and Gavci honerary legal
fraternities.
After a wedding trip, 'he couple
will live at 9181 W. Bay Harbor dr.
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Sunshine Chapter Luncheon
Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold its first annual
luncheon on Tuesday. 11:30 a.m..
at the Diplomat Country Club.
Highlight of the afternoon will be
a fashion fur show given by Jerry
Lindenbaum, of Frederick's Furs
of Surfside. In charge of informa-
tion are Mrs. Meyer M. Levin. 1241
NE 151st st., and Mrs. Florence
Bernstein, 1202 NE 151st St.
Damensteins Tell
Harriet's Troth
The engagement of Miss Harriet
Julian Damenstcin to Michael Ed-
ward Abbey is announced by the
bride-elect's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Damenstein, of Miami.
The groom is the -on of Mr. and
Mrs Muhael Feldstein, Miami.
Miss Damenstein has been as
soclated with Lake Shore Theatri
Slock Company of Mai
the Alterberry Player^ of Mon-
treal, and USO shows for two
a half vear'-. She was director ol
USO Unit 6, and is a licensed Sun-
day school teacher.
Mr. Abbey was educated in New
York, where he graduated from
George Washington High School
and the National Technical Insti-
tute. He was associated with sev-
eral aircraft companies during
World War II.
These four workers in the Good Neighbor Division of the Uni-
ted Fund are making plans for follow up work after the Good
Neighbor Crusade on Sunday, when every home- in Dade
county was visited in behalf of the United Fund. Getting all
set for the finish up work are (left to right) Mr. William Sper-
ling, a captain in the Good Neighbor Division; Mn. Minna R.
Meli, who also has the title of captain; Mrs. Manuel Burstein,
district director; and Mrs. George Stone, captain.______________
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Paintings by Japanese children.
between the ages of six and 15,
will be exhibited in Miami Beach
in March, according to nrti-t
Reyna Youngerman. chairman of
the committee arranging the pro-
ject.
Committee members present in-
cluded Mrs. Kenneth Oka, Mrs,
Seymour Waldman, Albert Hur-
witl, head of the ar! d. part men!.
Dade County Board <>f I
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r hi the Wast Gal-
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Betrothal Told
A June wedding in Helena. Ark.,
is in the future of Sandra Reita
Katz and Mark Harris Tanen-
baum. Their engagement is an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Joseph Katz, of Hel-
ena.
The bride-elect attended New-
comb College of Tulane University
in New Orleans, and is now a sen-
ior at the University of Miami. She
was vice president of Sigma Delta
Tau sorority at Newcomb and
president of Hillel at Tulane. She
now serves as corresponding sec-
retary of Sigma Alpha Eta. speech
correction fraternity at the Uni
versity of Miami.
Mr. Tanenbaum, son of Mrs.
Anne Tanenbaum and the late
Manuel Tanenbaum, Miami Beach,
is a graduate of Miami Beacli
High School. He attended the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he was a
member of Alpha Epsilon Delia
premedical society. Tri Beta, hon-
orary biological society, and Al-
pha Phi Omega, service fraternity.
He will receive his degree from
the University of Miami medical
school in June.
Miss Levine Will
Wed Dentist
The engagement of Zandra Li
vine and Dr. Bernar I Geltter is
announeed by her parents Mr. and
Mr.-. Louis Levine, ol 1411 still
water dr., Miami Beach.
Dr. Geltser is (he ion ol Mr. and
Mrs. Jules Geltzer. of 7881 SW |9tb
st., Miami. The couple plan an
April wedding.
Miss Levine attended Berkeley
School in New York, as well as the
University of Miami.
Her fiance attended Temple I'm
versity school of dentistry in Phil
adelphia, and took his graduate
training at Northwestern Univer-
sity, Chicago.
He was a lieutenant in the IS
Navy, and is now a practicing
orthodontist.
Pallant, Portnoy
To Wed in June
Mrs. Ned Pallant. of Morgan-
town. W. Va and Mr. Bernard H.
Pallant, of Miami Beach, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Enid Joan, to Donald Charles Por"-
noy, of Philadelphia.
Miss Pallant graduated from
Miami Beach High School and re-
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She has been teaching speech at
West Virginia University since the
fall of 1958.
Mr, Portnoy is a graduate [
Juilliard School of Music and was
a member ol th faculty of Catho-
lic University in Washington. DC.
lie is at present the violinist of
the American Arts Trio in i
d( nee at West Virginia UniverM'v.
A June wedding is being plani
and the couple will reside in Mor-
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of Miami Beach held its first
luncheon and fashion show last
week in the Cafe Pompeii of th?
Eden Roc hotel, and was attend-
ed by some MM women.
Mrs. Micky Kraus presided in
a charcoal-colored iridescent silk
taffeta dress featuring a cape-
lette silhouette with an embroid-
ered white silk bodice. Her hat
was a cloche of red silk roses.
Honored for her outstanding
efforts on behalf of the Cancer
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League was Mrs. Paul Bromberg,
who was also chairman of the
day. Mrs. Bromberg selected a
black silk chiffon with the cov-
ered-up look. Her three-quarter
sleeves had deep tiers of black
lace, ana her high neckline was
accented with a white silk jew-
eled collar. Black velvet and er-
mine combined to make up her
small and chic hat, which was
trimmed with ermine tails. In
keeping with her black and white
color scheme, Mrs. Bromberg
wore a Kohinoor mink stole, fea-
turing a black stripe on white.
Invocation was by Mrs. Samuel
Oritt, who selected a luggage-
colored moygashel linen sheath
with its own jacket in whitn
schiffle embroidery. He? "hat was
a small feathered pillbox.
Striking in a two-piece red silk
ensemble from Hong Kong was
Mrs. John Owen. Her Chanel-
type jacket had the frog closings,
and her skirt featured the all-
around pressed pleats. In tones
and shades of blue was Mrs. Ar-
thur Burrell. Her silk-printed
sheath had a matching jacket
styled in a tiered capelette, which
she topped with a white beaded
velvet and satin pillbox hat.
Mrs. Joseph Segal wore a sheer
silk organza shirtwaist, which
featured a powder blue and white
woven stripe. Her skirt was cart-
ridge-pleated, and a wisp of veil-
ing with woven blue dots took the
place of a hat.

EASHION show was presented
by the Rene Gross Shop, of
Normandy Isle, and was coordi-
Arlene Francis In Noel Coward
Arline Francis and lames
Mitchell in two one-act plays
by Noel Coward now at the
Coconut Grove Playhouse
through Jan. 23.
Schulman, Cock
To be Married
The engagement of Miss Beatrice
Vera Schulman, 444 SW 25th rd..
to Jimmy Eli Cook, 779 NW 57th
St., is announced by Miss Schul-
man's mother, Mrs. Betty Schul-
man.
Mr. Cook is the son of Mrs. Mar-
garet Cook, of McColl, S.C.
Miss Schulman is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and
Charron Williams Commercial Col-
lege.
Mr. Cook served seven years in
the U.S. Army, and is now em-
ployed with Tamiami Trail Tours.
"Tonight at 8:30." two one-act
plays by Noel Coward, starring
Arlene Francis, opened at the Co-
conut Grove Playhouse Tuesday
evening for a two-week engage-
ment through Jan. 23.
There will be no performance
Monday evening, Jan. 18. Matinee
performances are on Wednesday?
and Saturdays at 1:30 p.m. Sunday
performance, Jan. 17, will be at
7:30 p.m.
Others in the cast include
actor James Mitchell, Mary Coo-
par, who appeared at the Grove
in "Anniversary Waltz" and
"Babes In Arms," A. J. Herbert,
Lac rind* Barrett, Nancy Devlin,
Tarry Green and Ralston Hill,
last seen here in "Once More,
Wrth Feeling."
The first play, entitled "Red
Peppers," is the humorous story
of a married sonand-dance team
whose off-stage quarrels threaten
to split the act. Miss Francis does
several song and dance numbers
with Mitchell. The second, a com-
edy-drama, is about an illicit love
affair, with Miss Francis playing
a married woman who falls in love
with a young doctor.
Following random radio assign-
ments on The March of Time and
Cavalcade of America, Miss Fran-
cis began a long run of Broadway
appearances, among them "The
Women," "The That Glitters,"
Women." "All That Glitters,"
"Danton's Death," where she met
Overtons," "The French Touch,"
"Metropole" and "Late Love."
A talented dancer and actor,
Mitchell was -first seen on Broad-
way in "Bloomer Girl." Then fol-
lowed "Billion Dollar Baby,"
"Brigadoon" in which he played a
year, "Paint Your Wagon," and a
recent revival of "Carousel" at
New York's City Center. He was
called to Hollywood to do the film
version of "Oklahoma," and was
last seen on Broadway in "First
Impressions."
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Frances Lazarus
Is Bride-Elect
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lazarus,
of 1630 SW 13th ave., Miami, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Frances, to Allan Gold
man. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Goldman. Scarsdale. N. Y.
Mis Lazarus graduated from
Miami Senior High School in 1957.
where she was a member of the
Anchor Club and Phi Sigma Tau.
She was twice president of Debs
chapter of the B'nai B'rith Girls.
and also serves as District 5 presi-
dent.
The bride-elect attended Sophie
Newcomb College during her fresh-
man and sophomore years, where
she was a member of Sigma Delta
Tau sorority. She is now attending
Miami University and will grad-
uate with a Bachelor of Education
degree this summer.
Mr. Goldman is a graduate of
Tulane University, where he ma-
jored in psychology, and received
a Bachelor of Science degree.
During his freshman year he was
tapped for Phi Eta Sigma honor-
ary society. He is now in business
in New York City.
The couple will be married late
this summer.
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nated by your columnist. Watch-
ing the show with more than usu-
al interest was Mrs. Milton Linn,
who with Mrs. Herbert Gutman
served as co-chairmen of the
luncheon committee. Mrs. Linn's
daughter, Arlene, was one of the
models. Per the etea.siun, she se-
lected a black silk organza, with
a multi-tiered skirt forming s
bell silhouette. Her bateau neck-
line was banded in black satin,
and her hat was of black Maribou
feathers with a huge pink rose
on one side. '
Mrs. Sidney Ohrbach chose an
avocado-colored silk-satin bro-
cade with a V-neckline and par-
asol sleeve. Her hat was a small
pillbox covered with daisies.
Mrs. Morris Gidney wore a
French blue silk organza, with
the deep V decolletage plunging
to the waistline. Self-colored em-
broidery on the inserted bodice
provided the American modesty.
She also wore a white straw
cloche bat with appliqued blue
roses.
President of the National La-
dies" Auxiliary of the Damon Run-
yon Fund, Mrs. Rooert Z. Greene,
attended the luncheon in a black
matted jersey sheath with a low
cowled back neckline. Her pic-
ture hat was of black nylon tulle
with oversize coin dots. Coins
were repeated on her black cash-
mere sweater. The coins were all
Roosevelt dimes, and special per-
mission had to be obtained from
the Treasury Department to ap-
ply a dip in order that the silver
would not tarnish.
Mrs. William Wickman selected
a black sheath that combined a
wool lace bodice on a sheer wool
skirt. Her neckline was thr
slashed bateau, and her sleeves
were braeelet-lengsh. White mink
was contoured into a pillbox
chapeau. Her sister, Mrs. Harold
Manshel. who is visiting from
West Orange, N. J., wore a white
linen sheath with a matching
sweater, the dress and sweater
being embroidered with a deli-
cate light blue rose.
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will be produced by your column-
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Couturier, Mister Wyatt. Hats
will be shown from the Lily
Street collection, and coordinat
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Avenue.
Also on our fashion show cal-
endar is the "Siamese Fantasy"
to be presented by Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood on Wednesday a'.
the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Jo
seph H. Ruffner is president, and
program chairman for the lunch-
eon is Mrs. Mac Mermell. Fash-
ions will be from Barker's, Furs
from the Adrian Thai Collection,
and J. Baldi will create coiffures
for both fashion shows. Set dec-
orations are by Norman San-
some, of Decorama, Inc.
Rita Hay worth is brutally cross-examined by Sanford Meisner,
prosecutor, in "The Story on Page One," opening Tuesday at
the Carib, Miami and Miracle. Anthony Franciosa and Gig
Young co-star in the Jerry Wald production of the Clifford
Odets story.
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are Printed8from two to three months in advance of publication date.
! Maybe the editors have crystal balls that work.
It looked like "parent." night at the opening of "MRVMh
Foreman* original drama of |uvemle delinquency, it s pfOMemt MM
solution,, at hir Studio M Playhouse. Tn.ca.tia imfM****
Of local teen-ager,, many of whom are making their first PP*ara""
in front of the footlights. All turn in professional jobs. The origiinal
play, without a doubt, is the stand-out production to date at 5tudio M.
flood to see Mike Levin up and about Bayshore golf course, al-
though he's not able to play for a couple of weeks or so. Just seeing (
his cronies and the familiar fairways and greens is healing therapy.
Dr. Michael Gilbert, the psychiatrist, and Dirk Shawn, the very
funny performer and long-time local night club favorite, engaging in I
some close swinging sessions at Bayshore and Normandy. Shawn is a i
local resident, although he covers a lot of national territory for his
engagements.
BOTH. SIDES OF THE BAY: Arlene Francis is a welcome addition
to the glittering array of performers that have entertained Coconut
Grove Playhouse theatre-goers. She is superb in her first stage vehicle
locally, Noel Coward's "Tonight at 8:30." Miss Francis will appear at
the Playhouse through Jan. 23, then will take over the lead role in
"Sweet Love Remembered," heading for Broadway under the produc-1
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Bette Davis will have her third leading man in "The World of
Carl Sandburg," which will be staged at both the Miami and Miami
Beach Auditoriums. Barry Sullivan replaces Cameron Mitchell, who
replaced Bette's husband, Gary Merrill. However, it is one fine en-
tertainment, and shouldn't be missed.
Carol Channing, of Broadway musical comedy fame, is present star
at the Eden Roc Pompeii room. On the same bill are the excellent
dance team of Brascia and Tybee.
Bobby Darin, of "Mack the Knife" recording fame, is headlining
at the Deauville Casanova room, with Henny Youngman supplying the
comedy.
Sara Vaughn, the great stylist of song, opens tonight at the Fon-
tainebleau La Ronde.
Still one of the more popular dinner shows in town: the water
ballet at the Everglades. It's an eye-opening underwater spectacle.
Los Monreal dancers, the Barcelona-born youngsters, receive an I
ovation at the end of their performance nightly in the Havana Mardi I
Gras at the Lucerne, which is now playing seven nights a week.
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due in at the Miami Springs Villas Carriage Club in early February, i
Clemson Coach Frank Howard among the many gridiron mentors
"chowing" on steaks and barbecued specialties at the Bonfire during
the NCAA coaches meet here.
Nick and Antoinette's ravioli is something to remember. If you
don't believe us, check with Fred Bishop, the brother of comic Joey
Bishop, who is a frequent diner at the Miami home-like spot.
Wasn't that Martha Raye dining at Maxim's the other night, before
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J3<*r "Cor*ag for You" it new feature of The Jewish Floridian.
A corsage is free for the asking,' and will' be "presented to each
mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. For details on how to receive
your free corsage see story. Page 3-A.
Kenneth Sussmen
Bar Mitzvah of Kenneth Suss-
rnan will take place Saturday
morning. Jan. 16, at North Shore
Jewish Center, with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating.
Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Sussman, 8025 Cecil St., at-
tended the Hebrew Academy and
graduated from the North Shore
religious school. He is now a stu-
dent at Hebrew High School of the
Bureau of Jewish Education. He
also attends Nautilus Junior High.

Donald Ezrin
Israelite Center will be the site
of the Bar Mitzvah of Donald Jay
Ezrin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Ezrin, 3141 SW 24th ter., on Satur-
day morning, Jan. 16. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky will officiate.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Hassman, grand-
parents, and Mrs. B. Caplan, god
mother, are here from Philadel-
phia. Pa., for the occasion.
Donald is a student at the Is-
raelite Center religious school, and
attends eighth grade at Shenan-
uoah Junior High.

Mark Farber
Saturday services, Jan. 16, of
!>..: Heights Jewish Community
Center will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Mark Farber, with Cantor
Emanuel Mandel officiating.
Mark is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry A. Farber, 1250 NW 179th
ter. He attends Norland High
School, and will be honored at a
reception at the Fontainebleau ho-
tel on Sunday.

Paul Margel
Paul Murray Margel. son of Mr.
end Mrs Abraham Margel, 639
West n\r \rftl neeWhe Bar Mitz
van on Saturday morning, Jan. 16,
at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi
Alexander Gross will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah will conduct
the services and read the com-
pute Sabbath Portion of the Scroll.
Paul, an eighth grade honor stu-
Training School
Luncheon Slated
Miami Beach Home and Train-
ing School for Mentally Retarded
Jewish Children was to hear Dr.
Sylvan Schotz at a luncheon Thurs-
day noon at the DiLido hotel.
Dr. Schotz is on the staff of the
Willow Brooks School for the Men-
lolly Retarded under the auspices
of the State of New York.
He was to be introduced by An-
dre S. Bialolenki, principal of
Whitefield Senior High School.
Program was also to include musi-
cal selections by Fernand Martel,
recently arrived French singer.
Mrs. Ella Wallman is president of
the sponsoring organization.
dent, bas been attending the Acad-
emy since first grade. He is cap-
tain of the School Safety Patrol,
a member of the Student Council,
and on the editorial staff of the
school newspaper, "The Echo."
Kiddush will follow the services
at the Academy. A reception in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah will take
place Saturday evening at the
Royal Hungarian restaurant.

Mark Greenberg
Mark Allan Greenberg will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning services, Jan. 16, of
Temple Emanu-EI. Dr. Irvin Lehr-
man will officiate.
Mark is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Philip Greenberg. He attends
eighth grade at Nautilus Junior
High and Temple Emanu-EI re-
ligious school.
Out-of-town guests at the Bar
Mitzvah will be Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Weiss, of New York.

Susan Snyderman
North Shore Jewish Center will
be the site of the Bas Mitzvah of
Susan Snyderman during late Fri-
day evening services, Jan. 15. Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz will offici-
ate.
Susan is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. N. David Snyderman. 9164
Bay dr. She is a student in the re-
ligious school of the Center, and
attends Normandy Preparatory
School.

Chart** Kli.r
Rabbi Samuel Lerer officiated at
the Bar Mitzvah of Charles Stuart
Klicr on Saturday, Jan. 9. Charles
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Klicr, 2246 Wiley St.. Hollywood.
Ceremonies were at Temple Beth
Sholem of Hollywood.
A student at McNicoi Junior
, High School. Charles was honored
at a reception at the Sterling ho-
tel.

Enid Siesel
Rabbi David Herson will offici-
ate at the Bas Mitzvah of Enid
Siegel during Friday evening serv-
ices, Jan. 15, of Beth Emeth Con-
gregation.
Enid is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Siegel, and attends
Miami Norland High and Beth
Emeth religious school.

Jay Alperin
Bar Mitzvah of Jay Alperin will
be celebrated during Saturday
morning services, Jan. 16, of Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun at Carpenters
Hall in North Miami. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan will officiate.
Jay is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Alperin and nephew of Joe
Schmier.
The Alperins will honor their son
at a reception at their home. 20940
NE 26th ave., on Sunday from 2
to 7 p.m.
B'nai B'rith Chapter Meetings
North Shore chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will meet Monday
noon at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Asm., Norman-
dy Isle. The chaptee-also plans a
luncheon Wednesday at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel.

Miami Beacb chapter will hear
a book review Tuesday at the Sea
Gull hotel. On Wednesday, the
chapter will meet for lunch at the
home of Mrs. David Dener, 4431
Prairie ave.

Chai chapter plans a "Fashions
in Fantasies" meeting Tuesday
evening, 8 p.m., at the Deauville
hotel.

Menorah chapter plans a dinner
dance and show Sunday evening,
Jan. 24, at the Saxony hotel. Mrs.
Mildred Freedman is. chairman.
The chapter will hold a board
meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Jan.
26, at the Saxony hotel. Arthur
Spiegel, assistant director of the
Florida office, Anti-Defamation
League, will be guest speaker.

Miami Beeeb Council -ai B'nai
B'rith Women will meet Monday
evening, Jan. 25, at the Johnina
hotel. (
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Russian Film Breathes Reality
The Soviet-produced motion pic
ture, "The Cranes are Flying."
opens Tuesday at Wometco's May-
fair and Sunset Theaters.
Like many fine European films,
this one features the realism of life
that some of Hollywood's efforts
frequently fail to capture.
Starring Soviet actress Tatyana
Samoilova, "The Cranes are Fly-
jng" tells the story of two young
Jovera who are parted by World
^ar II. There is no happy ending
to this Mosfilm productionother
than the finale speech welcoming
home the victorious Red Army sol-
diers and the passionate disavowal
of war as a means of settling hu-
man problems.
The focus el Hw action is not
n the battle, itself, er on the
dissruntlod, painful live* of civ-
ilians suddenly caught up by the
heat of waralthough there is
enounh of that artfully done.
. The focus is rather on a micro-
scopic examination of the human
psyche as it attempts to relate to
war. In this sense, the photography
in "The Cranes are Flying" also
becomes microscropic; so that the
reality of flesh and bone, most often
lost in American films, is present-
ed in all its brutal and lovely exis-
tence.
The death scene of one of the
lovers and the rape of the other
will long be remembered, though
I they employ photographic tech-
j niques the naive may consider old-
j fashioned.
"The Cranes are Flying" is no
Communist propaganda vehicle,
and those who will search for it
will come away from this film
without having captured its far
more human elements. The pro-
duction is being distributed by
Warner Bros, at the request of the
U.S. State Department in connec-
tion with its Cultural Exchange
Agreement of 1958 with the Soviet
Union. Loo Mindlin
Women's OUT
Hears Speaker
"The Great Balancing Act." a
discussion of the balance between
individual liberties and govern-
mental necessity for guaranteeing
national security, was held Tues
day evening at the Deauville ho-
tel by the Greater Miami chapter
of Women's American ORT.
Speaker was Mrs. Dorothy Se-
rotta, president of the Miami
Beach League of Women Voters.
Mrs. Scrotta has served as a
member of the Junior College
citizens planning committee. Tem-
ple Israel religious school board,
discussion leader in the "Save Our
Schools" movement, and was an
original planning committee mem-
ber of the Little White House con-
ference.
Roosevelt Group
Anniversary Ball
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold its tenth
anniversary ball at the new Miami
Elk's Club, Brickell ave., Sunday
evening, Jan. 24.
Program will feature entertain^
ment, dancing to a live band, anil
a late supperette. In charge of
information is Chester Bromley,
5340 SW 4th st., president of the
150-member chapter.
All past presidents of the chap-
ter will be guests of honor, includ-
ing the founder president, Mrs.
Gerald Soltz, 6300 SW 33rd st.,
current president of B'nai B'rith
Women, District No. 5.
Glamor Recipe
By Charm Expert
Regular meeting ot B'nai B'rith
Women of Miami is Tuesday at
Beth David Auditorium.
Following the meeting, there
will be a talk on "Recipe for
Glamor" by Gayle Carson, direc-
tor of Charm Modeling School.
Hostesses for the evening are
Mrs. Louis Simms, in honor of her
son's marriage, and Mrs. David
Hess, in honor of her 25th wedding
anniversary.
A second annual past presidents'
brunch will honor the following on
Tuesday, Jan. 26, 11 a.m., at the
Biscayne Terrace hotel:
Mesdames Harvey Herman. Mur-
ray Lazarus, Murray Gladstone,
Louis Alexander, Stephanie Klein.
Abe Aronovitz and Nathan Spiegel-
man, who is coordinating chair-
man.
There will be entertainment and
a fashion show by Mary Norton,
of Miracle Mile, with furs by Mr
Herman, of Lincoln rd.
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Gloria and Leon Lowenstein Nurses' Residence which will be
dedicated in ceremonies at Mt. Sinai Hospital Sunday. _____
Nurses' Residence
To Be Dedicated
Gloria and Leon Lowenstein
Nurses' Residence of the new Mt.
Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami
will be dedicated in ceremonies
Sunday at 2 p.m.
The facility represents a Found
er's gift of upward of $250,000 to Block, director of the JVS Shei
Mt. Sinai, and includes three tered Workshop. Floyd Ruskin is
loors and 70 air-conditioned and president of the agency, a Greater
Miami Jewish Federation affiliate.
JVS Program on Television
Jewish Vocational Service will
be the subject of a half-hour tele-
cast on WPST, ch. 10. Wednesday ciiarlea Bloch,
at 10 a.m. Miss Molly Turner will. u>. ***>*
act as program moderator. Princi-
pals on the program are Dr. Mi-
chael Goodman. JVS executive di-
rector, Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg,
vice president of JVS. and Don
Women to Launch
Their Fund Drive
Greater Miami women will open
their Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign with a Pacesotteri Tea
on Tuesday, it was announced by
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, chair-
man of the Women's Division. TM
even) will take place 1:30 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson,
5080 N. Bay rd.
Helping to inaugurate the Worn-
ens Division drive will be ZVj
Kolitz. producer of Israel's first
motion picture. "Hill 24 Doesnl
Answer." a film which was award-
ed international prizes in Canne>
and Mexico City.
At the function, women will give
their personal plus-contributions,
above those of their husbands,
pointed out Mrs. Samuel Simon-
hoff and Mrs. Inez Krensky, co-
chairmen of the event.
Handling the arrangements for
the affair is Mrs. Jack Ablin. Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers will coordinate
the program, and Mrs. Elsie Shak-
man is attendance chairman.
com-
Mlsa
Friday. January 15. 1960
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heated apartments on the water
front some 300 feet behind the old
hospital building.
The residence will house 132
nurses, and is adjacent to Mt. Si-
nai's olympic-size swimming pool
Each floor contains a laundry
room, washers, dryers and ironing
facilities. Main lobby consists of
a reception room and lounge, tele-
vision room and library.
As a result of the Gloria and
Leon Lowenstein gift, Mt. Sinai
iffers accommodations to its
staff nurses at $30 per month.
The residence invocation will be
by Msgr. William Barry, of St. Pat-
rick's Church. Greetings will be by
S. C. Levenson, chairman of the
dedication committee, and Miami
Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell.
Dr. S. Charles Werblow. of the
hospital medical staff, will speak
on 'The Physicians' Appreciation
of the Nurses' Residence," Also on
the program are Mrs. Carmen
Ross, director of nursing educa-
tion and nurses; Mrs. Philip Lef
Members the I
mil lef are Miss Ann Berkowltt.
Sue Berkowlts, Mesdames Sam Blank,
Ben Blum, "tt" Brea-
Irody, Jack earner,
i..... Chalkln, Aaron
urahon, Aaron KWr. William Pelt,
William Feuer, Richard Fleming,
Stanley Fretilin*, Louis rjlasser,
Mesdames George Ooldberg, Louis
E aoldman, Sam A, Goldstein, Mor-
is c......in.in. David Haber, 8 Hal-
-riii. A l Harris. S-> m..ui Hi Hi
Nathan Qumenlck. Bam .1 Helman,
Herman Jacobs, Ernest Janis. jmi
Katiman.
Mesdamei Philip Lefkowltt, Bain C
Levenson, eaeph Upton, Bamuel Lip-
ton Ale* Manson, Anna Brenner
Meyers, a. J Molaaky, Harry Kufson,
Clem MiriMni. Bamuel Orltt, David
Phillips, Leo Robinson, Sam Itnst.
Olda Rubin, Dan Ruskin, Samuel T.
Saniro, Sidney Bchwarti.
m, isdames Arnold Seeder, Murray
A Bhaw, David Bernaker, Harry si-
monhofr, Oscar BlndelL Milton Blr>
Haven School in 1960. beginning gfc BwaT?.ef,'L^n.rd''^"wl...
its tenth year of operation, has Mortimer Wlen, and M. Eaban.
the
Open House
At Haven School
Final preparations for the Combined Jewish Appeal Paceset-
ters' Tea are in the hands of these capable community leaders
shown at a coffee held in the home of Mrs. Leonard Abess
(seated right). The Big Gifts function, which will kick otf the
campaign among Dade county's women, is scheduled Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. Shown with Mrs.
Abess are (left to right) Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. a co-chairman
of Pacesetters. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Women s Division
campaign chairman, and Mrs. Sam Levenson._________________
Jai-Alai Keeps Up Fast Pace
With Dania Jai Aiai Palace at-. The various championship races
tendance and pari-mutuel play up have kept the players jumping and
as. ~- ;. ^'"piin., ff22l
Palace is maintaining a fast pace flf ^ international Champion-
so far this season, considering that snip. The first round winners were
Dania had its best season in his- Ondarra-Aldecoa, who are repre
tory last year. I senting the Basque region of Spain.
grown steadily from the first
piece-meal buildings to a full-
fledged school dedicated to tht
training of mentally retarded chil-
dren inadmissable to public
schools.
To reacquaint the people of Mi-
ami with the Haven School, the
Miami Alumnae League of Sigma
Delta Tau. with the assistance of
the Parent's Club of the school,
will sponsor an open house at Ha-
ven School on Sunday from 2 to
4 p.m.
Now included on the 35-acre tract
in Kendall. Fla., are an adminis-
tration building, three classrooms,
three dormitories, infirmary with
three four-bedroom wards and a
kowitV, president of tiki Women's cotUge for older girls. The newest
Max Orovitz, president addition, the cottage. ii a corn-
Auxiliary;
of Mt. Sinai: and Lowenstein.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple
Beth Sholom, will ofier the dedi-
catory prayer. Benediction will be
by Rev. R. Wiley Scott, of the
Miami Beach Community Church.
DPhiE Assn. 'Fun Night'
pletely new idea at Haven School
to train older girls in the art of
homemaking.
Sigma Delta Tau alumnae since
1950 have contributed over $5,000.
Their most notable project was
the dedication of a classroom in
1955 in memory of Ann Rubin No-
vack, a tireless worker for Haven
School before her death in 1954.
Recently, the sorority group corn-
Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae
Assn. of Miami will hold a "fun
night" Saturday at the home of Pletel-V finished and decorated a
Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wishner, 1485 CHUenwc" room in the adminis-
Daytonia rd., Biscayne Point. Pro- tratlon building, and has furnished
ceeds are for National Cystic Fi- the cottage for the older girls' new
brosis. experiment.
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Pag* 1 IB
Ricci to Play
Paganini Concerto
The University of Miami Sym-
phony OrchtiHC" WITH Fabten Sc
vitzky on the podium, will present
violinist Ruggiero Ricci at the sea-
son's fourth concert Sunday aud
Monday evenings at Miami Beach
and Dade County Auditoriums.
The program features Ricci
playing the Paganini Violin Con-
certo in D and Sevitzky and the
Symphony Orchestra performing
Dvorak's Symphony in E minor,
No. 5 (from the "New World").
The concert will open with Verdi's
Overture to "Forza del Destine"
A fourth work on the program is
American composer Edward Bur-
lingame Hill's symphonic poem
"Lilacs."
'Dino1 Shapes Up As Dramatic Hit
"Dino," the powerful drama of i Opening its official run this past
juvenile delinquency currently be- j Monday, two preview perform-
ing presented at Ruth Foreman's j aneea, played to a theatre party
tudio "M," promises to be the, Ssjasauv_ajht of ^he Greater Mi-
first big theatrical hit of the sea-
son.
MfMHtO MCCf
Reception to Fete
Hebrew U, Chief
Greater Miami chapter of Amer
ican Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity will hold a reception for Dr.
Frederick R. Lachman, national
executive vice president of AFHU.
Former Research Fellow in his-
tory at the Hebrew University, Dr.
Lachman is also known as a lec-
turer. He is the author of a large
number of papers on civilization,
the arts and Biblical archeology,
and organized the cultural ex-
change program between Israel
and many countries in Latin Amer-
ica, Europe and South Africa.
Before introducing Dr. Lachman,
Samuel T. Sapiro, chairman of the
board, will conduct the annual
meeting. Emil Fhedlander, chair-
man of the nominating committee,
has prepared a report, and elec-
tions will be held.
The reception will take place at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack D.
Gordon on Palm Island at 8 p.m.,
Thursday, Jan. 21.
Zionist District to Meet
Dr. Abraham Kitzen will be
guest speaker at a meeting of the
Miami-Gables Zionist District on
Thursday evening, Jan. 21, at Za-
mora Jewish Center. Dr. Kitzen
will discuss "A Zionist's Creao."
Panel will include Seymour Lieb-
man, Sam Shankman, and Isidor
Dickman.
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Bargello, Coral Gables, died San. 7.
He came here 30 years ago from
! Chattanooga, Tenn.. and was exec-
utive vice president of Wometco
Theater Enterprises, a member of
1 Beth David Congregation, and
Variety Club.
Mr. Silverman is survived by his
wife, Rita, and two daughters,
Flora Ann and Lenore.
Services were Jan. 10 at Beth
David, with burial in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery. Arrangements were by
Gordon Funeral Home.
Opera Season
To Open Here
The Miami Opera Guild's season
opens with Eileen Farrell in the
title role of Ponchielli's "La Gio-
conda" on Jan. 25, flanked by such
stars as Flaviano Labo, Cesare
Bardelli, Nicola Moscona, Frances
Bible and Mary McMurray.
Based on a play by Victor Hugo,
the opera, which is laid in venice,
was first presented in Milan in
1876. This is its first appearance
in Miami, and will feature profes-
sional ballet dancers from New
York for the "Dance of the Hours"
and a local chorus which has been
in rehearsal under the baton of
manager Arturo di Filippi for the
past nine months.
of Pythian Sister*. Surviving are her
husband. Harry, brother and slater.
.Service* were Dec. at Riverside Me-
morial < Impel. W. Hauler at., with
burial In Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS. MARTHA OROS8
47. of hut E. 58 th at., lllaleah. died
Dec. 7. She came here six years ago
from K.-tyonne, N.J. Surviving are
here husband, Joseph, daughter, Judv;
and Mater, Mra. Bertha Bernstein. She
also leaves two brothers. Services
were Dec. 9 at Riverside Memorial
Chapel, with burial In Lakeside Ceme-
tery.
ami chapter of the National Kid-
ney Disease Foundation and on
Sunday, to the top jurists, educa
tors, welfare workers and church
officiates of Dade county.
Among those present at the Sun-
day performance were Judges W.
P. Culbreth, Jack Blanton, Otto
Stegeman and Floyd S. Merls. Al-
so, educators Irwin Katz, William
Mathews, Mrs. Vert Humphreys,
and Mrs. Grace Karr Smith.
"Dino," which runs for three
weeks, features Arthur Eden in
the title role, Trudy Gertler, Jay
P. Fox, Patricia Daoud and a cast
of 20. Performances arc nightly,
except Sunday and Monday, with
matinee Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4S5O0 C
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JACK K. R1NOLBR
1 ei ea.<-ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Witt
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. M
either of von. may have against the
state of JACK B. RINOLER de-
Shapiro; and three brothers. Ben
wen Doc. t at Newman Funeral
Home, with burial In lakeside Me-
morial Cemeter)
ALFRED OOLO
17, top newsreel cameraman for many
years, died Dec. in In Miami Beach.
CJilvf r.imcrman for Fox Movletom
News for more than 4" years, he be-
came so well-known for hl> coverage
of poll til il campaigns, that Presidents
, I,m, OoMla.' !! lived at 14T1
NE P<2nd st., and Is survived bj
wife, Bertha, two sons and a daugh-
and burial were in New
York, with local arrangements by
Riverside Memorial Chapels.
MRS. FANNIC KESSLER
>3. of 100 4th St., died Dec. 8. She
came here eight years ago from Hart-
for.l. Conn Surviving are her hus-
band Philip; son. Edward; two,
daughteta. Including Mrs France, ceased late of Dade County. H.orlda.
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the sain*- in
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dad. County, Florida, wlthli
calendar months from the date bf the
first publication hereof. Sail claim*
ii nands to contain the legal ad-
I the claimant and to DC :'
to and presented is iforesald, er same
!,.i; red. .- s. i tloa :.;3.I of
i hi 1945 Probate Ai I
Dated JanuarN I-'. A D 1 !>.
JOAN K MX iLER
"\.....tnx of the Last Will
and Testament of Jack K. Ringler
4
PHILIP J Mil IKK
107 I.m. oln Itoaii
Miami Beau h. Florida
Attornei for Executors
1/13-22 -a
MRS. TILLIE KAPP
81. of ISM Dread ave., died Dec 1
.-he i.no., hero K. years ago from New
York, and owned a Jewell y tort
'Ivlnjc are a son, Calvin, and daugh-
t,r, Mrs. Ruth Kayo. s. rvi.es were
at Rhrorslde Memorial Chapel,
Washington ave with burial In Btal
of David Cemetery.
MRS. ANNA BARON
".I. of Ha SW l!Uh at, died Dec. .
She came here In IMI from Plsln-
fleld, N.J and was a past preslosnl
of BiMisevelt Temple of the Knights
. -at ""* I"1 T
Lakeside
M EMORIAL Park
"The South's most beautiful Jewish cemetery"
JE 1-5369
OSCAR GRAND
13. of 2720 SW 13th St.. died Dec. 7.
He cams hors N roara ago from New
York. Surviving are five BOTISJ, In-
cluding Abe and Harry, three daugh-
ters, including Mrs. Rose Bloom; a
brother, 13 grand, hlldi.n an! Iwo
great-grandchildren Services were
D.i I at Oordon Funeral Mom., with
burial In Mt. Slnal Cemet.pej.
ISADORE FUNT
70. of 211", Washington ave, died Dec.
1. He was a retired builder. Surviving
are his wife. Sylvia, mm. Harold two
daughters, one brother, and thi
tent. Services were Dec. 2 at Rlvi r-
side Memorial Chapel. Washington
ave., with burial In New York City.
2f^ LOW
I COST .
Home loans
To Buy, Build or Refinance
Inquiries Invited No Oblljviion
... .,
Dade Federal
c/avings ond Loan Association V'/tav
N
5 Cony en i0 nt Offices Serve Dade County
,RE90TrRCES EXCEED 145 MILLION DOLLARS,
DUE TO OUR
EXPANSION
we have n opening
for a qualified
SALESMAN
meeting the Jewish public.
Excellent opportunity with a
regressive organization. Car
essential. Cell Mr.M. H. Levine
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
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL T<> Wlloil THESE PRES
i:\TS SUM.I. COME I'rliKKTIMl*
Whereas, LOL'Ifc IIKIMAV MIAMI
I l.( iRIDA; KCtJBNE C. IIKIM N.
MIAMI. FLORIDA; PHYLLIS BEN-
IRE, MIAMI. FLORIDA did OB th*
lmh day of May, A D II
be Incorporated under the pn
nl Chaptet lol Florida Btatutes, SIN
CITY INVEST! ills, INC., a Col
tlon. with n 'I place of Dusl-
,,.-s at MIAMI. DADE COCNTY. in
thi state of Florida, and whereas the
proper officers of such c irporatloa did
on the Ind dv el January. A.U. 1SS".
cause to be fUed In the office of the
,i> of State of the State of
Florida, a duly authenticated resolu-
tion adopted li> th.- stockholders un-
der the provisions of said Chapter SiW.
Florida Statutes, dhowinx the disso-
lution of such corporation
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State iocs rtlfjr to the fore-
going snd that he Is aatlsfled that
the resjulremi ntt of law have been
compiled wirh.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set at" hand and have
affixed the Oreal Seal of the State
of Florida, al Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the yKCi.Nl> .lav of
I VNITARY. AD.
R. A. OR AY.
(seal) Secretary of State
1/1S/SU
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 0C 244
MIRIAM I-AVIS SMITH
Plaintiff
UAYMi.NI> LEE SMITH
Defendant
UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RAYMOND I.KK SMITH
You RAYMONI- LEU SMITH. #1
Huffman Drive Hamilton. Vlrxlnla
1 are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for DIVOTS* haa been filed
! axalnst you, and you are required to
serve a Copy of your Answer or Plead-
I trnr to the IIIH of Complaint on the
plaintiff- Attorney. Marvin Schlld.
IS N \V tli Street, Homestead. Flor-
ida and file the original Anew.
Tteadlnx In the office of the Cl.-rV nf
the Circuit Court on or llefore the ISth
i.f February, l^Be If vmi fall to
ulcitlrnl b> defasiH will he
. taketi 4iiclnst von for the-aeJIer de-
manded In Hie Bill of Complaint.
This nil oe shall 1>* published
, each foul cansec'itlve w#ska
ll'WISH II.<'HM'1AN
11 Miami.
ida. this u'th dav of January.
\ n i!>4o.
K K 1 k.
t. Dade Count v. Florida
(seal) By K i I v\l w
itv Clerk.
1/13- 2t-. 1/3
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKEBY IIIVKX that
the undersized, desiring to engage In
I'UKiuesH under the fictitious names
of ROLLS RECORDS O i tEOO
ords
KERN, also THE lol.KA DOTS, also
THE PLEOOEH, al-o THE PENNU
JAH at MS Bay I'rive. Miami Beach.
Intends to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
KAREN RECORDS INC.
Florida Corporation
BAM WIULER. Pres.
1/13-22-2*. 2/5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 131
JANE SHII'LA.
rialntlff.
HARRY SHII'LA.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARRY SHII'LA
IKS AVENGE, M S.O. 423.
Fleet Post Office
Ncu York, New York
You sre hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Heading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. FRANK E
FREEMAN, 3"9 Alnsley I'.ullding. Mi-
ami, Florida and file the original An-
swer or Pleading in the offhfe of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 12th day of February. 1910.
If you faH to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be puhllshed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH H-OR1DIAN
IHJNK AND ORDERED at Miasnl,
Florida, this 7th day of January. A.D.
190.
E. B. LEA THERM AN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
Iseal) By K M I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
1/13-22-2H. t/S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. S0O 301
i I LOR I A lil.AI'STi .NK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID GLADSTONE.
I 'efendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl DAVID OL W'SToNK
IIS Bad 52nd Street
N.w rot* Ot.i New York
fo i DAVID OLADSTi 'NK are
hereby notified rti.it .. I I <( Com-
plaint for Divm. has been ( I
ml \ ou are i equlre I i >
Ing '<" the Rill of Complain! on the
Iff Attorney, LEBi 'U IT/. \NI>
l.KI: :> I I- rsl Ktr. et, Miami
h, Florida end file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
ih< i lerk "f 11. rt iis or
. the |5th da> of February. 1*'.
If you fail to do -o. JudgmeBI by de-
fault will be taken ssslnsl you for
the nii.f demanded in the BUI of
I 'olllpljlllt
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th daj "f January.
\ ||
i.KI BATHERM \V Clerk,
. -|-i Ull Cout 1. I 'aile i
fseal) B) w M M STOCK INC.
iv i lerk.
LKBOWITS BELLER
Miami I'-.i. h. Kin JE I OT7I
tttorm i foi Piaiaiiff
i IS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C 306
In re Adoption of
Cvnthla Diane Cears by
Ri .IIKItT M SIH K1AN, I'k/a
Rl "BERT Slli iAN. and
d by Ills u Ife.
El.I.EN S SIIih-.aN. as
Petitioners.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl DANIEL .1 CE8ARZ
Trenton,
DetroC. Michigan
To I' v P. K HEREBY NOTIF i'"
that a Petition for Adoption of cvn-
thla Diane Ceaars. a minor, has been
fll.-d. and you are required to appear,
or serve a copy of your snswei. or
other pleading to the Petit ion on
petitioners' attorney. M. JAY BER-
'INKI: Suite ll"4. Itiscayio- Bulldmg,
Miami. Florida, and file the original
insiver or pleadlns in the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the l'.th day of February. IM0.
If Mm fall to do so, a Deewe Pro Con-
fesm will he taken against rou for
the relief prayed for In the Petition.
DONE AND ORDERED nt Mmml.
Florida, this 12th dav of Janusry. 10.
E. B l.KATHKKMAN. Clerk.
circuit Court, Dade Countv Florida
(seal) By: WM. M ST'K'KINCl.
I>ctHity Clerk.
1 'i:.-22-29./5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 0C 3S
CONSTANCE BARHAM.
Plaintiff.
KINCSl.EY R RARHAM
I W* f n *i m n I
NOT CE BY PUBLICATION
TO: KINOSI.KV R BARHAM
P M-JaVBox 3M1
Sandrluse, MSjasrsota
YOC, KTMBSLEl?* B re
a c.-aiv of
answer to fhe Coasjle "
.. tlm liisThMf'sTeTtiomens. WAL-
TERS \W ii "I'K ,\ COSTA N
A In sl.v KnllUiii. Miami 12. F> tM.
and rill
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othei -ssii will
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CAMPAIGN NEWS
YOUR COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL IN PICTURE AND STORY
OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
No. 1
A SUPPLEMENT OF TOU (ItmUA 'PUUdHm
JANUARY 15, 1960
An open letter to the Jewish community of greater Miami
1960 CJA Leaders Call For A
New Era of Generosity
As our community prepares for our annual Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, we believe it is essential that certain facts be clearly understood.
This first edition of "Campaign News" states these facts and describes vast
human needs with which we must be deeply concerned.
The Jews of Miami all Jews have an obligation to fellow Jews
in need. We also must contribute to the enrichment of Jewish life now,
and in the future here, and everywhere. All of us want to live and bring
up our children as proud citizens of a progressive community. How we
meet these obligations will demonstrate how much we understand, what
we truly believe, and just what we value most in our lives.
Israel's Jews lack the minimal things they must have for lives of self-
respect. Most pressing are the needs of the 60,000 refugees who came to
Israel in recent years, who are still without adequate housing and who live
in the ma'abarot immigrant shantytowns, under conditions that are un-
acceptable in any country which places high value upon human dignity and
freedom.
After much careful planning, evaluation and appraisal, Miami's com-
munal leaders have come up with their own estimate of the minimum needs
we face. In their judgment, $3,068,920 will cover the rock-bottom re-
quirements of the Combined Jewish Appeal's 57 local, national, and over-
seas beneficiaries in 1960. It may take more.
These are facts, and they add up to the high cost of saving and
building lives.
How are these funds to be provided? By us, the leaders, workers
and contributors in our Combined Jewish Appeal. There is no one else.
None of us can ignore, deny, or abdicate these responsibilities. None of us
is exempt.
Our achievement in 1960 must meet our needs, reflect our capacity,
and be worthy of our Jewish heritage.



General Chairman
Jffjf or. serving ^Jxotoff
General Chairman
O/Qntta Jjr
J\U
tf^aroH *_A ra vitz
Jem *_A ravitx
Co-Chairmen
Chairman, Women's Division
jfottph ^Sf\. JLriplon
Julian tt'cinirlc


CIA CAMPAIGN NEW5
PAGE TWO
CAL KOVENS
ERNEST JANIS
Xovens, Janis
Will Co-Chair
Building Trade
Two of Sooth Florida'i top
leaden in the building industry
have been named to head the
' Building and Allied Indus-
tries Division.
Cal Kovens and Ernest Janis
will serve as co-chairmen, gen-
era) chairmen Sam Blank
Harold Thurman announced this
week.
"The builders of Greater Mi-
a/ni are fast becoming one of
iustrial groups in
this area." the chairmen said,
ej their division into
motion t h i m ek.
It follows that. SUM
inherit.- :.;\\. greater
iben ot men in the bu;l
trj i.ui tx ,xpe<
' roles in up-
building communal health
h rough the
the
id.
t
.

a brilliant
which ;;
the lf>60 campaign."
c
Published by the
Combined Jewish Anneal
Of THE CREATE* MIAMI
Jtnort FtjtRAliUN
SAM J. HEIMAN
PtM
ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN
Eecotive Director
ROBERT H GOLDEN
Campaign Director
CHARLES R. JACOBSON
Publicity Director
-MTERAlTCAmiGMIIS ASSUME HELM
OF COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL FOK 1960
SAM BLANK
General Chairman
HAROLD THURMAN
General Chairman
MRS. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
Chairman, Women's Division
JAY I. KISLAK
IRVING KOSSOFF
AARON KRAVITZ
TOM KRAVITZ
JOSEPH M. LIPTON
JULIAN WEiNKU
Trades and Professions Chairmen Named
A number of major aDnnintm..... .._ *WMWH
A number of major appointments have been an
nounced bv Julian Weinkl- a "'
* el's zzsix -
UP.heprofeSs,onsi:r;aVn:k:r,oh-
*** ,h ResJems nraV"Z CJA ^h" heading the
aa n h 'MOn ^ aWtal' M J ^opeiowiU
h. "man rTu ^ ^^ A Tb0- nd PmI M>rtM
chairman of M.ami Residents.
menToTtB!Ve mWmtM e ** **
'" lbe ""P-Un. it was announced.


CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS
PAGE THREF
Israel's Housing Needs Held Desperate;
One Immigrant Out Of Three Reported
Living In Miserable And Squalid Condition
t
9
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V

'
REUNION IN ISRAEL. Together again after years of separation because of war and hardship.
Years lived without the hope of ever seeing loved ones again. And now
the miracle of reunion, the chance to build a new life, the time and the
place to live together. Reunion is the touch of hands and lips and tears
two of many who can once again know what it is like to be "home,"
thanks to the help you gave through CJA.
DESPITE THE GREAT achievements of Israel's
people in taking in nearly one million refu-
gees in 11 years, one out of every three of
these newcomers still lacks the basic require-
ments of decent and civilized living, it was
reported by representatives of the United
Jewish Appeal this week.
According to a communication received
by CJA general chairmen Sam Blank and
Harold Thurman, more than 20,000 families
are living in a personal condition of depriva-
tion and squalor in huts and canvas shacks.
Israel officials estimate that 60,000 im-
migrants are subjected to this kind of exis-
tence. .
" **
"SOME REFUGEES HAVE waited so long for
housing, they have become bitter," said Reb-
bi Herbert A. Friedman, UJA executive vice
chairman. Many families have disintegrated,
and boys and girls leave their homes, Rabbi
Friedman noted.
In 1960 American Jewry will be asked
to help 345,000 ill-housed, unemployed im-
migrants. More than 40,000 aged, handi-
capped and chronically ill and their depen-
dents will be aided by Malben, JDC's
special welfare program.
In addition, 210,000 Jewish men, women
and children in need in 25 other overseas
countries will require immediate aid.
-:- -:- -:-
"IT IS MOST URGENT that the thousands who
still live in the shantytowns be moved at once
into decent, simple housing," local campaign
leaders have been told.
"In order for Miami to meet its share of
UJA's multi-million dollar needs in 1960, plus
the needs of its 57 other agencies, the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal will have to raise over
$3,000,000 this year," Blank and Thurman
said.
HE WAS BORN here in this wooden shack in one of Israel's
shantytowns. CJA dollars will help to wipe out
Hfc, these slums and bring new life and hope to these
L... courageous immigrants.
THIS "THIRD IMMIGRANT" waits for her future to start. Lack of decent housing means
lack of hope. Ma'abarat means misery. CJA must help
them build 20,000 housing units in 1960. ______,


CJA CAMPAIGN NE
PAGE EIGHT

Development Aims
At Newcomers
AARON KRAVITZ
A new Federation development pro-
gram, called "the most creative function in
a decade," is under the direction of Aaron
Kravitz, a co-chairman of this year's CJA
campaign.
With the aim of increasing the ranks of
federations workers and contributors Kra-
vitz and his committee hope to secure the
active participation of newcomers to the
community. "A good Jewish community re-
quires a strong Federation." said Kravitz
This strength is possible only with the con-
stant introduction of new interested people
to the Federation and its agencies It will
be our job to secure the interest and services
of these people.
BY TELEPHONE, by car, and through hundreds of per-
sonal calls, these busy executives recently sparked a
big CJA pledge collection program which produced
$300,000 in cash. In charge was Jay I. Kislak who
heads the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal as one of the
co-chairmen of the drive. He is shown at a planning
session in the center photo seated between Julian
Weinkle (left) and Seymour Rubin (right). Standing
(rear) are R. Williams Apte and Howard Kane, who also
worked on the cash drive. "The Cash Committee turn-
ed in an exemplary job, and all are to be comrr ended,]
said Kislak. Among the others active on the comn
were Jimmy Aberman, Milton Balsam, Jerry Blank, I
Cravitt, Leon Ell, Allen Freehling, Mel Frumkes, Cyi
ber. Bill Glosser, Sol Goldman, Hank Green, MeU^
Green, Allen Greenberg, Sem J. Heiman, Max KcJk
Nat Ratner, Raymond Rubin, Dan B. Ruskin, Abra
Shukat, George Simon, Milton Sirkin, Emanuel Smi*
Harry Smith, and Louis Spector.
Chairman Aaron Kravitz (seated second f in
and his chairman William WemtraubT..? 1 !'* (s'and,n) Seymour Roth, Nat Friedman. Rabbi
center) kick-off their Federation Development Pr- 1^" "*"'*' Richard Kil' H ^,n' ST1
gram with the aid of a strong committeTF^h ^ Mey'r$ and "M <*"** Seated
astic group shown at their f.rst planninr, J *'* ** Schreiber' Kravitz. Weintreub. M/ Don*
9 sess.on Horow.tz and Jerry Weintreub.


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rjeHistncrldtofi Friday. January l$_ IS Page 2-A Jennie Grossinger, Sam Goldf arb Will Receive Seminary Eternal Light Awards; Noted Stars Slated in Stage Preserrtation roles. T*c play %  ritten by Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and Samroles^ ^ ^ wl „ am Ro>1 uelJ. GCdfarb will be hanore.^ Jam-^T ^^ „„ JUS. liNHIt utossiMua Young Adults 'January Hop' Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults held a "January Hop" Sunday evening at the Temple. on more the Jewish "Theological Seminary wno na, -;—„,„,, Etcr nal of America on Monday evening a than one P ^^ „ an Eternal Light award dinner a. UjM PJK M depld the Hollywood Beach hotel. f^Vimilarity in the themes and Prominent visitors from all over hilosnphle s of the >mmrta %  > the United States and Canada, as om Alejch em and his equally im well as leading residents of Greatmortal Amer ican W*2* r V hr er Miami. Hollywood. Ft. LaiiderThe dinncr is being *• dale and Golden Beach, will be on h> f of he seminary and its nm hand to pay tribute to Mrs Gross Residen ce Hall, of which Mrs. inger and Goldfarb, each of whom Grossinger is national hon r y s will receive the Seminary's Eterchairman when sufficient funds nal Light Award presented to those have bccn raisedi the Residenc who have given "years of distinHa „ wj „ be erect cd at the S*miguished service in the cause of na in New York l0 house women | brotherhood and human dignity. stlK ) e nts of the Seminary's TeacniAM OOtOfARe *poupm *S*^uv inn Rabbi Joseph E. Rockovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-3595 Dr. Louis Fmkelstein, chancellor of the Seminary, and Or. Bernard Mandelbaum, provost of the Seminery and editor of its Eternal Light radio and television series, will be emeno, the dais guests, as will other scholars and communal leaders. A highlight of the affair will be a special stage presentation entitled "Sholom Aleichem Meets Mark Twain." starring Morris Carnovsky and John Beal in the title ers Institute. Hosts for the function are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Green, Mr. .nd Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tobin. Green, Halperin, Sapiro and Tobin are also serving as chairmen of the merous awards for hi~ phiUaUu pies. Among his most receaV dertaklngs was the establiibj of a "Good Heart Award" for. high school senior deemed to h* shown the "greatest kmdnesi t understanding toward his fcHowa." Goldfarb act up his first Heart Award" in Linz, An* where Adotph Hitler received of his schooling. Traveling ibu last summer, he visited Lini felt "this place should not be membered only as the town wh Hitler spent his youth." He hit m on the award as "a suitable dote." The award carries with it c prise and an embossed scroll the winning student, and the i lanthropist has established a fo datioo to assure continuance of | annual award for the next yearsSince the Liu achievers Goldfarb has also establish. "Good Heart Awards" in Paris i in Rome. DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • BALTIMORE AlBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE and all other points Weekly Service fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 WE INSTALL GLASS I Oil EVERY P1RPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Fum,lure Tops, Btitltd Mirrors and Resifvering Our Specialty L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th ST. Morris Orlin Phone FR 11363 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I MIAMI'S ONE AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATEMNC EXCLUSIVELY TO THE JEWISH CLIENTELE GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES FOOTSTONCS Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for less at Palmer's and Save! All Monuments Custom Made hi Oar Own Shoes within 3 Doyt I 3277-79-81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Next to Corner ef 33rd Avenue PHONES >1 HI 4-0921 HI 4-0922 BEAl CARNOVSKY MORTGAGES $500,000 Private Money CHAS. HIME Permanent or Construction leans ei New er Old Properties Under Construction e.Completed. Will Buy er Make toons on 1st or 2nd Mortiagei Ground Fees or Leases Unlimited Insurance Foods. Reg. Broker Ph. FR S-3444 SUnilY-SONDID TERMITE CONTROL dinner. Or. Bernard Millman Is associate chairmen. Mrs. Louis Glasscr is chairman of the Women's Residence Hall Cabinel. which is assisting >n the arrangements. Other members of the Cabinet are Miss Lillian Goodman and the Headlines Samuel J.1 Halperin, Irving Lehrman, Yaakov Rosenberg. Samuel T Sapiro. .lack Shapiro and Elizabeth Zcntlcr. Mrs Grossinger. owner and hosless of the popular Grossinger Country Club in New york state, ;,m! Goldfarb, one of the world's largest dress manufacturers, have been Miami Beach residents lor several years. Both have been honored many tim< tor their active participation in and support of innumerable %  of worth on behalf of Judaism and public welfan sirs recipient of the Muscular Dystrophy Scrm I Award She > %  dMssaa la-t June II lYrsonality of the Year" by i the Advertising Club of Washington, and she has been a subject of • a "This is Your Life" television ran. Goldfarb also has received nu THE YIVO FORUM Meet* tvery SotaeeUr • PJ*. MIAMI MACK PUSIIC SCHOOL | MM Waililnajaan Awe.. Miami lead SAT JAM. I* Soeekar M. 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CIA CAMPAIGN NEW5 PAGE TWO CAL KOVENS ERNEST JANIS Xovens, Janis Will Co-Chair Building Trade Two of Sooth Florida'i top leaden in the building industry have been named to head the Building and Allied Industries Division. Cal Kovens and Ernest Janis will serve as co-chairmen, genera) chairmen Sam Blank Harold Thurman announced this week. "The builders of Greater Mia/ni are fast becoming one of iustrial groups in this area." the chairmen said, ej -• • their division into motion t h i m ek. It follows that. SUM inherit.:.;\\. greater iben ot men in the bu;l trj i.ui tx ,xpe< roles in upbuilding communal health • h rough the the id. t %  %  a brilliant %  which ;; • the lf>60 campaign." c Published by the Combined Jewish Anneal Of THE CREATE* MIAMI Jtnort FtjtRAliUN SAM J. HEIMAN PtM ARTHUR S. ROSICHAN Eecotive Director ROBERT H GOLDEN Campaign Director CHARLES R. JACOBSON Publicity Director -MTERAlTCAmiGMIIS ASSUME HELM OF COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL FOK 1960 SAM BLANK General Chairman HAROLD THURMAN General Chairman MRS. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS Chairman, Women's Division JAY I. KISLAK IRVING KOSSOFF AARON KRAVITZ TOM KRAVITZ JOSEPH M. LIPTON JULIAN WEiNKU Trades and Professions Chairmen Named A number of major aDnnintm..... .._ *WMWH A number of major appointments have been an nounced bv Julian Weinkla "' EL'S zzsix •-— UP h eprofe S s,onsi:r;aV n : k :r oh *££** ,hrtM chairman of M.ami Residents. men T oT t B Ve mWmtM •" !" e **• %  '" lbe ""P-Un. it was announced.



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Friday. January 15. 1960 +Jewlsii HrrHian Anti-Jewish Incidents Seen Mounting Page 5-A NEW YORK- AVI. Jt I-J741 AMERICAN GENTLEMAN • fan, $•", good character. Oevl. •"•• %  •yea. good leekiag. Desires weak*, M MM JTO. Miami I. Ha. "AIECO SUfffACf Sf 41" J** OSIOINAl alack Magic Ca.t '•' imina, 9^4 Driveway* Pi'lune Areas. *••' Out G*iol.ne & O.I-Beeut,f.e.l ,.,*•"• %  Allied by Mainterwnci Prefects Co. 220 N.W. 127th Street Harih Miami MUrray 5-3216 PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI A Settile Group Bonk STATEMENT OF CONDITION December 31, 1959 OFFICERS .._ President %  Executive Vice President ~~~~.~~ Vice President Vice President ....._... Vice President i Vice President Vice President Joseph 1 G. D. Fohmer .. W. E. Bovd C. M. Carpenter I. A. Gerard .... Stanley C Gray John L. Holl ... Mouf.ce K. Lewis. Jr Vice President C H. Mclntire Vice President ond Comptroller AA. E. Net Vice President Sonford R. Piarce Vice President ond Trust Officer R L Rudolph -...Vice President Homer C. Smith ..._ -Vice President N. Robert Hammer „ Cashier Edwin Cockeroft A ssistant Vice President France. P. Lyons ...-..Assistant Vice President Andrew J. Deon .Assistant Cashier and Auditor John W. Cage '_. Assistant Cashier John W. Conbey — .Assistant Coshier Potro Gore* ... AesWoot Cosnier France* Y. Greene — -AssAsrent Coshier J. M. Groist -Assistont Coshier Alma M. HoHoavy -A"**** Caehier L. J. ReaSer Aasrstont Cashier Deneyl D. Smith >nHH' Coshier John Max VVeyer, Jr Assistant Cashier Ruth J. WiMertosd -••• -Aasistent Cashier RESOURCES Cosh ond Due From Bonks SI6,683,460.40 U.S. Government Securities $10,201.530 91 Stote, County and Municipal Bonds 3.384.479.98 Federal Reserve Bonk Stock 101.700 00 TOTAL SICUUITIIS ."" !"".... 13,687.710 89 Loons ond Discounts 25,210.028.91 Customers' Liability on Letters of Credit 1,369,212.70 Furniture ond Fixtures „ 265.049.36 Leasehold Improvements 263,743.25 Accruals ond Other Resources 755,145.02 TOTAL RESOURCES .— $58,234,350.53 DIRECTORS Chairman of the Board James Sotfile, Sr P. J. Serrolles Vj c Choirmon of the Boord Jocobo L. Cobosso Vice Choirmon of the Boord Don Burk Robert P Foreman James Sottile, Jr. G D. Fohrner Shelby P. Longston W.lliom Sottile J. A. Ferre Joseph S. Moss Herman H. Wirshing Wm. B. Roman 3 4%/ eoM oe saviegt seod-eeeeoOy. Home e* the OL C-ACkJrge Flee Pee-ABos* Redl/V CreeW esd laoteot Meeey. LIABILITIES Deposit. $ 52,302,410.87 Letters of Credit 1,369.212.70 Accruals ond Other Liabilities 813,753.24 Capitol I Common Stock) $2,300,000 00 Surplus 1,090,000.00 Undivided PreRts 31 3.292.24 Reserves 45,682.28 3,748,974.52 TOTAL S5M34.J50.53 til 'PAN AMFKICAN BANK OF MIAMI A Sottile Group tank 250 S.E. 1st Street • FR 4-7211 Member: Federal Reserve System and Federal Insurance Cereeretieo



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Page 4-B -Jelstn*rlJten Friday. January 1S # iggQ Jewish Floridian Exclusive YOUR MARRIAGE COUNSELOR .". t>u Samuel Cf. Jiting MIAMI'S NATIONALLY FAMOUS MARRIAGE COUNSELOR AND AUTHOR What has a wife a right to expect from her husthe role of the father is almost of equal importance, band? Fifty years ago the question was more or especially as the infant advances into childhood ana less rhetorical, since a wife had few rights a husbeyond. This is especially true if the youngster is band was bound to honor. To be sure, a husband was a boy. legally obligated to support his wife and children, To become thoroughly masculine boys must tie !,ut having done this he was under no compulsion, able to identify with a masculine image And what legal or otherwise, to do much of anything else. better or closer image than a masculine father. The grim fact was that a wife, in those halcyon But a father serves other psychological functions, i ui uiJicinidc, tw uw mm ii ui iiinuiiii.s criac The grim fact was that a wife, in those halcyon But a father serves otner psycnoiogicai luncuiw, days, was little more than her husbands chattel with too. He represents an ideal for the son to attain esrtuallv what he Dleased. Hence, pecially the ideals of strength and wisdom, and later Kittys, indifferent the next, is a strain on any wife Yet a wife -hould not expect the impossible: that is she that her husband w,ll continuously his undying devotions and spend his life i tor. What we ,."V! ,,,; certain consistency in behe must feel that she has his love' and if %  •' such devotion will >,,, w.v.'r (C the minor vicisitudes that may arise ne An Understanding Mother Will fha'iVr" roVafa' %£ .^.S*fiS Auxiliary to Meet At New Mt7s7nai eciany me lucais oi strengin aim HISUUIH. auu iaic. as the boy grows up he is able to profit from the father's experience as well. Thus a child needs the traits of both mother and father. He needs his mother's protective softness and femininity, and he needs the father's discipline and masculinity. Without both the child tends to become an emotional cripple, insecure and Inadequate, and unable to face life on a free and easy basis. A wife must also feel that she can respect and admire her husband. For without such respect there cannot be love. No woman, unless she is deeply neurotic, can admire a man who is an alcoholic, an habitual gambler, or a chronic liar. Nor can a wife respect or admire a husband who is an inveterate philanderer. A wife. I repeat, must be able to look up to her husband. She must feel that Hurt is something unique about her man that sets him apart from the common herd. That something may be a matter of personality or temperament; it may be a matter of learning, status or achievement. But whatever it is. it is necessary to a wife's self esteem in order that she may be able to justify her choice of hus band to herself. A wife has a right to expect that her husband's first loyalty will be to her. This means that in any conflict of interests, the husband will place those of his wife above anyone else's, including that of his friends and relatives. For Sake of Family A wife has a right finally to expect that her hus band will be faithful. But she has only this right if she herself has fulfilled her part of the marital con tract Love and respect cannot be coerced or com mantled. They must be earned. The wife who i~ slovenly m appearance, who is sexually cold, who scolds or nags incessantly, who fails to boost her husband s ego or make him feel important—such a wife is the real culprit, not the husband. Divided loyalties divided and conflicting feelings are Inconsistent with a sound marriage. That is why adultery is universally regarded as a ground to divorce, wke the evidence if per m that man is biologically oriented toward, nhilandertog-aj witness the fact that of 185 J,, analyzed in the Human Relations Files of ^ £x..ff SMLX*^ mOn0 m Which all OUI sexual activity for men was disallowed or d BKThSHf 1 hu8band f r one reason or ano find it relatively easy to keep these tendencies in check. Actually, it is not so much the sinale act .i adultery that is so reprehensible, but the natural and normal consequences that flow therefrom hon T k h0 h sbanfl who consorts with a woman other than his wife must necessarily lead thereafter a life reduced to chaos, and the famil %  thn !" d s00n he -nil w„hin tha, StS^StSfSflSSSS Mr. Klm,h aranaH, ror „„-„„„ •' *• •• Medico/ lid.' Ju;.";'"' Spnoza forum hi '60 Soriu Dr. Abraham Wolfson will ooe'n the Spinoza Outdoor Forum for i960 on Wednesday at litta tl J Ocean ct. HIS. tfAH tfONA'D Cooking Columnist To Speck Here Mrs. Oscar (Leah) Leonard, wellknown columnist and author of "Jewish Cookery" and "Jewish Holiday Cook Rook." will be | speaker at the next open met of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholoni on Wednesday in the Temple Banquet Hall. A specially-arranged display featuring holiday delicacies prepared by Sisterhood women will be featured at the meeting. Prize recipies will be submitted for publication in Sisterhood's annual ad journal, of which Mrs. Louis Shapiro is chairman. Mrs. Howard H. Miller is Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg is vice president in charge of programming. Tziona Chapter Plans Functions T/iona chapter of Mi/rncln Women's Organization will feature %  v nth Al; ah children's | • Sun,! I m, 2 p.m al I Israel Synagogue. ''• for Wtraehl Worn%  Mldren's villages throughout Israel. Monthly meeting of the chapter will be held Wednesday, HAD p.m at the home of Mrs Hurray Berk OWitZ 3100 Prairie ive. Program will be presented by Mrs. Seymour Eisenberg. Mrs .v„ m Wal( man is president of the group. 'What's My Line' Program thai group of Hadassah will meet Monday. 8:30 p.m.. a. the Vo.vager motel. "What's Mv !.,„,. program will be featured GEFILTE FISH HAS ITS TASTY PLACE ON YOUR "WANT-TO-PLEASE" MENUS It's Horowitz-Margaretcn, of f course, who brings you this aristocratic delicacy. Gcliltc fish made with choice PIKE and WHITE FISH exclusively from cool Northern lakes.. .blended traditionL ally with the other wholesome ingredients of home-made gcliltc fish. So fluffy ... so luscious...with homey thick, shimmering jelled sauce. Four healthy portions in •och full 16-ouncc jpr... de luxe truly delicious! You'll also enjoy regular HorowitzMargaret en ^ Gcfllte Flak... In jumbo or snack-size portions... with clear or jelled sauce... tops in taste! r the bakers of I UTI TIE TASTE". Kosher foods %  r> tA ..I u H>eak on "What Mt. Sinai Hospital Means to Me." Participants are Dr. 22"S w i a lso givc hrr ffif'fiW* "• cappells Chair of M,ami Beach Senior High School will sing. k Univer.sitv For the first time in the new Mt Sinai Hospital building, the WornUary of the hospital will hold its semi-annual meeting on May, Jan. 22. 1 p.m.. in the new Louis E. Wolfson Auditorium. Hem nity to SLfi^A^S* 0-* ^00,-Board member.— ha* Sm^OtJ^i the new facilities of the nune? J&gZP Kahn P<*try ediU* existence othc Mt ffi ncm ?I or of ,hc Miami Herald, will read Women's Auxiliary "— %  rou .P ? f Poems on the in spl raJL,?\ of MM Rabbi 5J-jte,p ta .jAtJSBt -J':. A wSrsa^ropSrtu. a afaiS S* F-^aa p 2 •he newly-buil, beau.,, L 1^7 "W KaUfmM ,Bd Mfi SanTord RH M for nurse,, and Momffm^SLJrSSSJ^ K f %  %  other SLJKt Aass^s^swfi'Bai; of the Auxiliary, will OMK. ,o„„A r Tor n A *.zrz,o, president tion of the hospital and Ralnh u nucMin Z "* Assn. of Florid-, open the, Renick. news director. WTVjfwS JSlr" 1 ^£rS^% Sd C!?2*" *..o.pit.r. impor SSTSSJ! .^"ber were hospital's import Mrs. Anita *or the Kent in Honey Cakes BUY HOLLAND HONEY CAKES Also AvaUable Without Salt. H011AND HONEY CAKE CO.* bY Holland, Michigan Mrs. Lefkowitz, Mrs Mathes and Mrs" Edwa'rd^ RoTh jj Wffl report on the" ITETLEYTEA.NAOIASS TT"' he fine old Jewish way to en. |oy ic ai its finest..."(|,vor crushed" Tetley for fullest strength and Mimu%  anon...richer Uste and pleasure... jerved in a gUus or cupl Certified Kotkm uoend a \hS^,s G m r< S So "ting of the aud,tonum. the deC G "" Sheph^dTon fcfaj GreSer'" S^ ^ Club of ^hth annuTs'pecur'^r S obedience trials sVt„£ and Sf Auditoriun, 5 "^ BM. will judge. 0B K rbell e.^ n Mlami &f FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES for Homo Oolhory Phone FR *V2621 P ANK J. HOLT. Manage



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Friday, January 15. 1960 rJewlsii fhrid/Ian Page 5-B 1 "Break the bank and save a pair of eyes" is the theme of a luncheon to be sponsored Monday by Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg (right) at her home, 4561 Prairie ave. Discussing arrangements are Mrs. Lillian Edell, chairman, and Mrs. Jacob D. Datis, coordinator. Organisation is the Israeli group of Hadassah. Mrs. Sadye Kaplan is president. lembers Will le Inducted Formal induction of new mem prs of the Sisterhood of Beth Islei Congregation will take place a paid-up membership tea at lie Coronet hotel on Tuesday noon. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, spirit B1 leader, will conduct the cereDny, assisted by Mrs. Maurice Goldring, membership vice esident, and Mrs. Harry Milsen, lembership chairman. I A "Molly Goldberg membership lit" will be enacted, with memers of Sisterhood as the cast, fol ^ucd by a birthday party honormembers whose birthdays ocjr during the month of January,' Ccording to Mrs. Alexander MosBvits, program chairman. Irs. George Hechter is presitnt. IMS. IDA JACOB LIU HAH THE FINEST FOR TOUR AFFAIR four choice of tho following mount %  MSASSY • VICTORIA • MIOADOON KINO'S TIRRACI • ARGYLI • MCATHM Surrounding t of ologanco and luxury, faullhu aortic* and incomparable cuitino. Group* of 10 lo 475 arm accommodated royally for all eatorod occasion*. '•' %  •••! mi kUrmaliM calls Hurl W.ill Of.,,., Diitclar UN 6-7792 Horn* root 0 P n nihw BALMORAL CAaANA ClUi Cancer League Presses Ahead With Project sic 'CMAffMiNcir rows'.. r%. 7 Armed with enthusiasm and determination to fight cancer, some 800 fashionably-dressed women of Miami and Miami Reach gathered at the Eden Roc hotel Wednesday for the first fund-raising event of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Reach. The new organization, formed this summer, now has 200 members and is supplying a $50,000 cobalt machine to Mt. Sinai Hospital. The machine is the latest X-Ray therapy in treatment of cancer. First contribution for the cobalt machine came from the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Damon Runyon Fund in form of a $5,000 down payment. Mrs. Paul (Pat) Rromberg received a trophy from the Women's League for her help in obtaining the donation. A member of the local league, Mrs. Rromberg was appointed a vice president of the Damon Runyon Auxiliary by Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, Miami Reach, who is national president of the Auxiliary. The Damon Runyon Fund is matching every Pioneer Women Slate Functions Mrs. Joseph Krantz, president ol Reach Club 1, Pioneer Women, announces that a garden-card party will be held Wednesday, 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Charles Goldberg, 345 Meridian ave., Miami Reach. • • • Mrs. Ida Jacob Liftman, president of Gub II, has announced that Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Katz are sponsoring their sixth annual banquet for the Child Rescue Fund in Israel. The affair will be held on Sunday, Jan. 24, 6 p.m., at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Morris Skop, of Temple Judea, Coral Gables. Mrs. Rose Yokell will entertain with a group of folk songs. Mrs. Cornelia Valentine will deliver the invocation. Chairman of the evening is Mrs. Abraham Shedroff. Sisterhood Features Skit Coral Way Jewish Center Sisterhood will meet Thursday evening, Jan. 22, at the Everglades Elementary School. Program will feature a skit. "Operations—Needle* and Thread." Mrs. Paul Bromberg (left) receives a trophy from the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach from Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, Damon Runyon Fund Auxiliary president. dollar raised by the Women's League for its cancer work. Micky Kraus, president of the Men's Cancer League of Miami Reach, also received a trophy as he presented a check for $10,000 to the cobalt bomb fund raised at its recently-held golf tournament. Mrs. Micky Kraus, president of jthe Women's Cancer League, said | that the group hopes eventually to support one or two beds for terminal cancer patients at Mt. Sinai 'Hospital. This would cost $10,000 to $12,000 a year for each bed, tshe estimated. Have that Butineit Meeting. I Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities fo exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party! at tn. for Inlormalloni HAZEL ALLISON f Catering Director, JE 1-4061 ?£ Ith St. Collins A v. SIX *CIS ON IHf 0C1AN AT 9bth STREET • MIAMI SUCH



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Friday, January 15. 1960 +Jewtsi>nor*Msv? Page 7-B Ck armin ours. wb if r lf Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach held its first luncheon and fashion show last week in the Cafe Pompeii of th? Eden Roc hotel, and was attended by some MM women. Mrs. Micky Kraus presided in a charcoal-colored iridescent silk taffeta dress featuring a capelette silhouette with an embroidered white silk bodice. Her hat was a cloche of red silk roses. Honored for her outstanding efforts on behalf of the Cancer %  %  % % % %  % % % % %  League was Mrs. Paul Bromberg, who was also chairman of the day. Mrs. Bromberg selected a black silk chiffon with the covered-up look. Her three-quarter sleeves had deep tiers of black lace, ana her high neckline was accented with a white silk jeweled collar. Black velvet and ermine combined to make up her small and chic hat, which was trimmed with ermine tails. In keeping with her black and white color scheme, Mrs. Bromberg wore a Kohinoor mink stole, featuring a black stripe on white. Invocation was by Mrs. Samuel Oritt, who selected a luggagecolored moygashel linen sheath with its own jacket in whitn schiffle embroidery. He? "hat was a small feathered pillbox. Striking in a two-piece red silk ensemble from Hong Kong was Mrs. John Owen. Her Chaneltype jacket had the frog closings, and her skirt featured the allaround pressed pleats. In tones and shades of blue was Mrs. Arthur Burrell. Her silk-printed sheath had a matching jacket styled in a tiered capelette, which she topped with a white beaded velvet and satin pillbox hat. Mrs. Joseph Segal wore a sheer silk organza shirtwaist, which featured a powder blue and white woven stripe. Her skirt was cartridge-pleated, and a wisp of veiling with woven blue dots took the place of a hat. • • • EASHION show was presented %  by the Rene Gross Shop, of Normandy Isle, and was coordiArlene Francis In Noel Coward Arline Francis and lames Mitchell in two one-act plays by Noel Coward now at the Coconut Grove Playhouse through Jan. 23. Schulman, Cock To be Married The engagement of Miss Beatrice Vera Schulman, 444 SW 25th rd.. to Jimmy Eli Cook, 779 NW 57th St., is announced by Miss Schulman's mother, Mrs. Betty Schulman. Mr. Cook is the son of Mrs. Margaret Cook, of McColl, S.C. Miss Schulman is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and Charron Williams Commercial College. Mr. Cook served seven years in the U.S. Army, and is now employed with Tamiami Trail Tours. "Tonight at 8:30." two one-act plays by Noel Coward, starring Arlene Francis, opened at the Coconut Grove Playhouse Tuesday evening for a two-week engagement through Jan. 23. There will be no performance Monday evening, Jan. 18. Matinee performances are on Wednesday? and Saturdays at 1:30 p.m. Sunday performance, Jan. 17, will be at 7:30 p.m. Others in the cast include actor James Mitchell, Mary Coopar, who appeared at the Grove in "Anniversary Waltz" and "Babes In Arms," A. J. Herbert, Lac rind* Barrett, Nancy Devlin, Tarry Green and Ralston Hill, last seen here in "Once More, Wrth Feeling." The first play, entitled "Red Peppers," is the humorous story of a married sonand-dance team whose off-stage quarrels threaten to split the act. Miss Francis does several song and dance numbers with Mitchell. The second, a comedy-drama, is about an illicit love affair, with Miss Francis playing a married woman who falls in love with a young doctor. Following random radio assignments on The March of Time and Cavalcade of America, Miss Francis began a long run of Broadway appearances, among them "The Women," "The That Glitters," Women." "All That Glitters," "Danton's Death," where she met Overtons," "The French Touch," "Metropole" and "Late Love." A talented dancer and actor, Mitchell was -first seen on Broadway in "Bloomer Girl." Then followed "Billion Dollar Baby," "Brigadoon" in which he played a year, "Paint Your Wagon," and a recent revival of "Carousel" at New York's City Center. He was called to Hollywood to do the film version of "Oklahoma," and was last seen on Broadway in "First Impressions." Announce WayToHe/p Drain/I//8 Sinus Cavities X Without Discomfort New teMftstMt takfet ftr imx CBSfBtliM stlfmn acts tota ta *i elm af SINK cavitMS Mi rakm fetrtsstag hud Mb Frances Lazarus Is Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lazarus, of 1630 SW 13th ave., Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter, Frances, to Allan Gold man. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Goldman. Scarsdale. N. Y. Mis Lazarus graduated from Miami Senior High School in 1957. where she was a member of the Anchor Club and Phi Sigma Tau. She was twice president of Debs chapter of the B'nai B'rith Girls. and also serves as District 5 president. The bride-elect attended Sophie Newcomb College during her freshman and sophomore years, where she was a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. She is now attending Miami University and will graduate with a Bachelor of Education degree this summer. Mr. Goldman is a graduate of Tulane University, where he majored in psychology, and received a Bachelor of Science degree. During his freshman year he was tapped for Phi Eta Sigma honorary society. He is now in business in New York City. The couple will be married late this summer. New York, N. Y. (Special) Announcement has been made of a new tablet development which has the remarkable ability to help drain clogged sinus cavitiea and thus relieve congestion and pressure. The headaches, pressure pains, stuffed-up head, nasal drip, clogged breathing-all the unrelenting symptoms the sinus sufferer knowa so well-are attacked directly by improving drainage of the sinus areas. M Moat remarkable of all is the fact that this is accomplished with extraordinary speed and without discomfort of any kind. This new tablet doaa its remarkable work internally, through the blood stream, ft deposits into every drop of blood plasma •new medication which is earned to the sinus area, where it shrinks the swollen doors to the sinus cavities and helps drain away the pain-causing pressure and congestion. The shrinking substance in this new tablet has been so successful topically in promoting drainage of the sinus cavities that it is now prescribed more widely by doctors than any material for this purpose. This new medication is now available st drug counters without the need for a prescription under the name, Dristan* Decongestsnt Tablets. Dristan Tablets coat only 98* for a bottle of 24 tablets. Buy and uae Dristan Tablets with the absolute guarantee that they will drain away paincausing pressure and congestion of the sinus cavities, relieve the pain and distress, or purchase price will be refunded. WATERFRONT APTS. BOAT DOCK 1 A 2 BEDROOM FURN. OH UNFURN. Normandy Golf Couru Section Secluded Ground! On 1 Acre Children. S amf ovar Welcome SHOREWOODAPTS. 300-324 S. SHORE DRIVE UN 57688 UN 69705 Gables No. 1 Address So. Alhambra Apts. 1 Badroom—Walk in Clown Air Conditionod-Hoated—CerpataeJ— mica K;tchn-Buill in Ovon, Srova POOL PATIO 1250 So. Alhambra MO 5-1091 Turn off U.S. I at Univanity Cl. Motal Opan daily 12-5 INVITATIONS e Wtde-.ee • iorelrfiva* • aVnawhnres) e Cee twa wt i sa Monogrammcd Acceu ori METRO MIAMI PRESS 2153 Corel Way Mieaai HI 44532 nated by your columnist. Watching the show with more than usual interest was Mrs. Milton Linn, who with Mrs. Herbert Gutman served as co-chairmen of the luncheon committee. Mrs. Linn's daughter, Arlene, was one of the models. Per the etea.siun, she selected a black silk organza, with a multi-tiered skirt forming s bell silhouette. Her bateau neckline was banded in black satin, and her hat was of black Maribou feathers with a huge pink rose on one side. Mrs. Sidney Ohrbach chose an avocado-colored silk-satin brocade with a V-neckline and parasol sleeve. Her hat was a small pillbox covered with daisies. Mrs. Morris Gidney wore a French blue silk organza, with the deep V decolletage plunging to the waistline. Self-colored embroidery on • the inserted bodice provided the American modesty. She also wore a white straw cloche bat with appliqued blue roses. President of the National Ladies" Auxiliary of the Damon Runyon Fund, Mrs. Rooert Z. Greene, attended the luncheon in a black matted jersey sheath with a low cowled back neckline. Her picture hat was of black nylon tulle with oversize coin dots. Coins were repeated on her black cashmere sweater. The coins were all Roosevelt dimes, and special permission had to be obtained from the Treasury Department to apply a dip in order that the silver would not tarnish. Mrs. William Wickman selected a black sheath that combined a wool lace bodice on a sheer wool skirt. Her neckline was thr slashed bateau, and her sleeves were braeelet-lengsh. White mink was contoured into a pillbox chapeau. Her sister, Mrs. Harold Manshel. who is visiting from West Orange, N. J., wore a white linen sheath with a matching sweater, the dress and sweater being embroidered with a delicate light blue rose. • • a lAfESTVIEW Country Club is •w having a formal fashion show and dinner dance this Saturday night. The fashion show will be produced by your columnist. Fashions will be by Custom Couturier, Mister Wyatt. Hats will be shown from the Lily Street collection, and coordinat ed accessories from David's Fifth Avenue. Also on our fashion show calendar is the "Siamese Fantasy" to be presented by Temple Israel Sisterhood on Wednesday a'. the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Jo seph H. Ruffner is president, and program chairman for the luncheon is Mrs. Mac Mermell. Fashions will be from Barker's, Furs from the Adrian Thai Collection, and J. Baldi will create coiffures for both fashion shows. Set decorations are by Norman Sansome, of Decorama, Inc. Rita Hay worth is brutally cross-examined by Sanford Meisner, prosecutor, in "The Story on Page One," opening Tuesday at the Carib, Miami and Miracle. Anthony Franciosa and Gig Young co-star in the Jerry Wald production of the Clifford Odets story. JE 1-3147 JE 8441* Camp Deer field LAKE LURE, NORTH CAROLINA to Tfce Heart Of Tee Otoe RMge mi*.. Aft. 1*00 ft. for Boys for Girls A FULL 9 WEEK. 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r, January 15, 1960 Services This Weekend Jen 1stFIcrM/an Page 13-A .OUO.TH AU. ym Car**, .v. I****** n S"iMt:IO a.m. i pa I Krai urea of Mr and Mm. .Inhn %  d '•' CUES S3J BW 1Mh •"• %  Ic toonS* Maawell llberman. LTMOAVIO 2*34 SW Srd ave. Con Rl£,7.. rUbb. Yaahev ResenOerg IKS* w.n.m W lipao* %  Sir* I n 'lueot speaker:: SeyS^K •'. ." %  •ass* 1 r,:'"j' n ;" Jfc,olohl Seminary .Saturday %  %  • TH EL. tOO SW 1Th v. Orthedoa. H?'-SA*5i4 "*> E m /"Toe. i,,r FSBce." Saturday 8:B tTH E-.'ETH. t2e*a NW 2nd ave Lr/'""-n"""^: M.T.v.h: Kn.d, f*'\ Mm Arnold Hlel"* h .. UWrpanslhlllty sve a f Sjtui'Inv a.m. I I That Marked a IcTH ISRAEL W Prairie ave. Or|tMdc "* %  '• t-oulo Rottman. -S11 Washington PiBW Tiber Stern irday S:I0 a m. .-"> na|o|U( and the E TH JACOB I i.' < I Ca"tor Man' %  UTM RAPHAEL. 1M NW Srd ave %  Orlnedoi. IETH TFiLAM tJS Kualld ave. Or. %  these 'i** Jo—h • --'".v'"' ,l,, Si tin-day VSO a.m. .. ;l-us Tndependi'nce'* p.m.: "•irona In Our • 3r,GREGATiON ETZ CMAIM. BOS itch it 0-thodo. Rabbi Chalm Saturday s:S0 a.m. .-.rmon at 5 p.m.: [ SRAL WAV JBIWIoH CENTM C4f.DlH.GH7/iVG-WrV. 15 Tereth — 5i33 pjn. ferret* L_-om traation H;? 9 A i s ft r* han-^ urcrKwso I • : T TV\T fas *?y nis# tfano nino h'x 1 ? i<3 *JN ,-wp 310 I? W, H^ ^ ^33 it T^I 1 ? /^ ntforin ryfB-Tnr a wyq oipon |sw iin:jj a^ffclai ^K uafAVr".* 4 -4 *"""'• '" bW *"" Friday *:M p.m. at IS40 H\V lth at K321. ; ..'Anll-Wemttlc Acts Pfom A ni L I'haroaha to Modern T>rani* Saturdat a.m. at Everataaea rarmentary Ahool Bar MW^nT Alan Marrter .. n <4 Mr. and Mr. Murra> (!oldber. 3ADE HEIGHTS CENTER H'60 NW nd J. Conierwatlva. Cantor Emm oel Mined Friday :1J p m rtitorday • am. Bar Mltsvah: Mark, wn of Mr ml Mr Harry Farber. hrr lll boat F'II-I.IV •veaiac ones Hhabbat. •— • — -LAQLER GRANADA 50 NW Slat pi Conservative Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 5:13 and *-|5 p.m. SermonBlenalna-a of Life." Ones Shabbat busts: Mr. and Mrs K-lward X. Muore In honor of hla birthday HBtUTday a.m. liar Mltivah: Ur>uls Finjerhut. FT. LAUDEROALt EMANU-EL. ISO' E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Mariua Ranson. Canter Shsrwlr Lavlna. HEBREW ACADEMY. SIS Sth at. Orthodox. Rabbi Aleaandar Cross. HIALFAM S(err>stM~tF>"lffrrenres Iletwem Judaism and ChristianIt*." HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030' Polk St. Conservative Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun I • ISRAELITE CENTER. S17S SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Miave*v Csnte• auis Ce 1 "-" Frl m tVrmnn: "Responsibility— an.I, the ljick Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield r-oAbraham Rel* Krlilay < 30 p m Outt SpeAhar! Rurn< tt R*ith. member of the uaMotuil .xet-utlMof th-Antl-I*efaiti:itlon l--:iir of B'nal lfrlth Ktrbje. t -The Kffect ..f the Aid. on the J.-tti-li f'om[ munitv Satunlav *><* a.m. Sermon: What It Means to Live." — • — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Nabhi Hereehell Savilla. Cantor Joseph -lman FYlday .i}2C and. I:S<1 P.m Oiieat upeaVerf Hendrlk Herns, Sunday edi-. tor. Miami News. Saturday 9 am. Kermon -The Blesslnaa of Jacob, liar Mltavah: Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Klein. MONTICELLO PARK. ISMh st and NE 11th ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Mas Llpahttt. Canter BanZion % f irsebbaom. Frldav '. 15 and I IB p.m. Junior conE reaction to officiate Abraham J. Ilteleon. education dieeotor, will direct. Saturday S:4S a.m. NORTH DADsT CENTER. 1MO" W Oiale hwy. Conaervative. Rabbi Manry Okelica. Friday II pm flermon: Is Judalam Oettlnr Stronrer Saturday am Bar Mltavah William, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Iven> NORTH SHORE CENTER. S TBth st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram nwiti rntor r***" K'in l-Yldav |:M pm Bas MltxvanSusiin, daachter ofMr. and Mra. N lavld Snvdermap Hatirday -.-/"• 1Ur Mltivah Kenneth, aon of Mr and Mrs Jerry Suaaman. a*ruon: w)v I'ortlon." Greater Miami students at Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore. Md.. include standing (left to right) Ronald Lipman. Martin Katz, Jack Shapiro, Elliott Katz, Irwin Aranoff, David Holland. Martin Lurie. Seated (left to right) are Sam Kassin, Sidney Shapiro, Perry Ciment, Alan Kaufman, Robert Aranoff, Gerald Backman. Not shown are Allan Applebaum, Steve Gilbert and Lawrence Katz. Large Contingent Of Fla. Students At Ner Israel The largest group of Florida students ever to attend a single Ye-j shiva is enrolled this year at the Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore. Md. Students attending Ner Israel include Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. [ Joseph Applebaum. 10245 Collins ve.; Irwin and Robert, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Aranoff. 1401 N. Bay rd.; Gerald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Backman. 2l 3rd st.; Perry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ciment. 1330 Dreel ave.; Steve, son of Mrs. Sylvia Gilbert. 530 15th st.; David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Holland, 428 Jeffer son ave. Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs Harry Katz, 1001 S. 26th ave Hoi lywood; Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Katz. 900 W. 47th sL; Martin, son of Rev. and Mrs. Jacob D. Katz, 1321 14th ter.; Sam. son of Mr. and Mrs...Ezra Kassin. 2812 Prairie ave.; Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, 4415 Post ave. Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar vin Lipman, 1031 NE 178th ter; Martin, son of Mrs. Mary Lurie, 9457 Abbott ave.; Jack and Sidney, sons of Rabbi and Mrs. j'oseph Shapiro. 929 Meridian ave. Ner Israel provides a full fouryear English and Hebrew high school curriculum, followed by a six-jear curriculum leading to ordination in the Rabbinical College. j SOUTHWEST CEN rK. SOS SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurlt* lUSa*'Friday" pm. I'alttd ; !" S!if' •**. Youth to conduct • 'V n "a.r' rls r*T president, M h acting rab-Z~\ !r29 TV'Sn — hi S.rm.m by rhUHv lioldln. r "" V ,:r 5 H.PpTne.^ rm s. J U rda; ,U ; ".. I v v i r •- •MMTIW a A Visi f, EUth T '"' HyTby plane." aw tuld us, -I 4j-avelled by car Search a.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. Ml N. Kendal' "s Miami. iWeW rtSjai JJVg* •-"' fa-tar /"""'• ^",V Dr. Klepfisz At Yivo Forum l>r. Hcszcl Klepfisz will be guest >r*aker at a meeting of the Yivo^ I FoBum on Saturday evening at the ; Miami Beach Public School, 1420 Washington ave. Subject is "The Spiritual and! Cultural Heritage of Polish Jew-, i A distinguished historian, lectur er. and Hebraist, Dr. Klepfisz was, bom and educated in Poland. An • ordained rabbi, he is also a renowned journalist and expert in Hendrik Berns To be Speck er Hendnk J. Berns, Sunday editor of the Miami News, will be guest speaker at the late service of Mi ami Hebrew Congregation on Fri day at 8:30 p.m. Berns' topic will be "The World Today." Berns came to the United States in 1939 and after several years as a staff member of the Gannett papers, he became a foreign corre spondent. and also edited and published the first American paper in Austria. In 1948. he joined the Miami Herald as news editor, later becoming 'oreign correspondent. In 1957. Mr. Berns was the only American newspaperman to win a Brotherhood Award from the National Conference of Christians and Jews. He was also the oaly newspaperman that year to win the New York Herald Tribune $5,000 fellowship for his study of South America which took Jiim on a year's tour there. Dr. Arzt Wi Speak at Seminar On Synagogue Jew Dr. Max Arzt will be keynote speaker at a one-day seminar at the Dupont Plaza hotel, Sunday, Jan. 24. on the theme of "Personal Standards for the Synagogue Jew." The seminar is held under the auspices of the South Florida Branch of the Southeast region, United Synagogue of America. Jerry Su-sman. of the Carillon hotel, is chairman of the South Florida Branch, and Lewis Stemshein, 1128 SW 21st ave.. is general chairman of the one-day seminar. Dr. Ant has btn vies chancellor •* tht Jewish Theological Seminary of Amrica sine* 1951. Ho also serves as associate professor of practical theology • the faculty of the Rahttinical School of the Seminary. Prior to his appointment as vice chancellor. Dr. Arzt served as director of field service and activities, a post to which he was named in 1939. Dr. Arzt served as president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America in 1939. He is a former vice president of the Synagogue Council of America, and at the present time is a member of its administrative committee, as well as of the Executive Council of the New York Board of Rabbis. He was chairman of the Joint Prayer Book Commission of the United Synagogue and the Rabbinical Assembly, and is at present a member of that committee. He has recently accepted the invitation of the Jewish Publication Society of America to serve as a member of the editorial advisory committee, which will prepare a completely revised English translation of the Holy Scriptures. Aliens 1 Response Pleases Officials iisrsi.. vanity's divinity achoef. the new road." Immigration officials are well though the program has been unFriday lournali 1 and expert n p i C ased with the response of aliens derway only 15 days, the number n.T.7we N ren,w. h n 'V'v.n^m fntjL. sh h s 0 rv. Talm-d, and refn Florida to address report rereporting thus far is well ahead of < u Lp„ quirements. the number reporting during tie i .„-vift. %  Edward P. Ahrens. district disame period last year. rector of the Immigration and NatAliens have until the end of Januralization Service, stated that al l U a ry within which to submit their %  report of address to the govera_. ., ment. Forms for that purpose may ISS. VSB2%& HenaT^ be obtained at any post office or TEMPLE BETH EL. Hollywood. Reform. Jaffa. tees Ro* at. Roooi Samuel •I. Molly*, fHow was the trip?" Excellent• Front Tel Aviv wt 1 m less than five hours v T,Ood Mad. Every year, r n hen-, in my opinion it is the r* tnttful pUce fa) the counTEMPLE BETH HOLEM af-M. JfJ Vivo Forum is a weekly presentation of the Greater Miami Yivo committee. Re'." f!nt.. R. Marat "P> Orth"and r'r-ud TEMPLE BETH IHOLOM. '" Ch '' ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon ntorisvln C'"l" M*rm..n "The ]*<* Hatorday 10: m lrrhaH Cd ,0 m> Wif nd id: %M vT e Sha com here *tt t r• ,0 *P end "• vacation .,'Jj."cellent ides!" my wife J, Jt immediately. "I believe .."^ m (ailing fa, love with "ti, l^hedbyBritlvritOlamit) TEMPLE B-NAI SHOLOM. 1SBO0 NW 2ZTWI ave. Conservative. Rib* Sheldon Edwards. Canter Ban Oroas of iunlo^and Te..n-Ae ilroups. TEMPLE BMA"NU-EL. 1T01 •***_ ton ave. Conservative Rabb.lrvinc tehrman. Csnteif"*„"„.,,, Bar" M...r h" M,r. W A*! r eon of Dr. and Mrs I'l.llli. tlreenber. TEMPLE ISRAEL. t7 NE Itth at orm. Rabbi Joseph iio' 'scoh R->rntelri 815 p.m. 8erm ^n a^a. Jmiaisni. Broadway TEMPLE JtlOEA. S Palermo avs liptril. Rubb. Morns Saop Canto Merman Qottlleb. — —leldiiy IS P %  '" %  RermnnJudah— TfcT Saturday Mli.y..ru. M .Vrvhe I m. Temple service 10. VS. Bar Mlt.vah Ml. •{ M !" -.n' M'Pul ''•" k '' r U K h M ft.r" boot Friday ex>i.ln B _Ones Shabbat. TEMPLE NER TAMID. SOth St. am Tatum Wa.srwav Mon.r-i Tradl JJr," !" Rabb. Eugene Laboviti. Can tor Samuel Oomberg^ TEMPLE SINAV*NO. MIAMI. 1f10C NE ISth ave. Reform. Rabb. Bennf p^.r;'',-'?. m Sermon: 'Our ChMdren and Ood. TEMPLE TIPERETH •* C0B _,J| 6 | Ptamlngo Way. Cons.rvativs. Rabb. rYldaV H S*l? P m. Sermon: Review of BtasOO Botnor. Saturday a.m. TEMPLE ZION. 67 SW 17th st Conservative. Raft.bl Alfred Wa' *n'-r J 1Gold*-'* any office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. All aliens, with few exceptions, F>idar % JO p.m. Bsrmon: ••Biessinss are required to report. Tnose exM\,V-aT uU Be !" 'f "Mr: H *d cused from this requirement inMrs Aified LoBBST. elude diplomats, persons accreditT.FERETH .aRASftTVMio N Mi.m Mj; rtain international org.navs conservative. Rabbi Harry L | nations, and persons who were *"'s^rrn'n* rt 'Aa" rt U is admitted temporarily as agriculFrl.lay *:W p.m. Written. Saturday a in. TOftAH TEMPLE. 12M West ave Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassel -— o — Y0UNO ISRAEL. BOO NE 171st st. Orthodox. Rabbi Bherwin Btauber. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Lean Hurwitz. Cantor Mever Qlaser. FYldav 1:11 p.m. Sermon: "King RnloHla Life sad Tlmoa." Saturday a.m. ttermon: "Sabbath Chatural workers. Or. LHwak to In Speaker Robyn Tubin chapter of the City of Hope will meet at the Voyager motel on Thursday evening. Jan. 21. Dr. Robert S. Litwak. of Jackson Memorial Hospital, will be guest speaker.



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kiday. January IS. 1960 +Jenl§t> ncrktian Page 7-A eeling Grows Bonn Must be More WatchW NEW YORK -(JTA) — Opinion dismay; mo,, than appr.heod as growing thli week in United and punish culprits. It must take laU „ Jewish leadership that the ih. fvnd.mental t*ci.i measures urrent "" tb IM*UtJ I lV ^JSJl 10 ,, itf* J*Mrvara of m. Carman lU l,nts in tneTjntfeo* Stater&Td' Sesne have f*r aiTajJ*ora4 aT ot represent an_organised antiH^ ^ COUft# H Germany's reHia family of fraa democratic nationa." many, at grave incidents "that cannot be looked upon as isolated I m,n ? r par,y that "the German people must come to terms with their past." "This is not," he continued, "a matter of apprehending a number of culprits, or even of outlawing a It is a matter of kemitic threat. There was also iMretment that West German auliorit^p still had not taken the nrasiire? necessary to stop the nfection there. Spokesmen for the national Jewfh organizations in the United, Elates disagreed, however, about rtistence of an international •plot" which—in the view of some | a ders—has been directing outroppinps o f swastika-daubings, lazi type sloganeering, threats fn d s\nagogue desecrations in ewish centers on five continents. iinnr.. v C_K %  a ct, Dut must be viewed against Henry E. Schultz national chair i the nation's history man of th e Anti Defamation [ ~ !" ,7 n ~~ League of Bnal Brith. described 1 Conced,n that the German *"" gaining general acceptance of a public policy that repudiates the p"ast unequivocally, and seeWlo ernment has made anti-Semitism a i create a society that is democratic QOTMration •*. %  r ai *iniiim uaaa IIIIUG etiui-ovrmiiiaiii | -——-' — —-" %  —— — -_ _rM Partner In j the recen t developments in Gerpunishable crime, Mr. Schultz said I in concept and practice. The existence of such vide "coordination" was soon by )r. Joachim Prim, president of jhr American Jewish Congress. Herbert B. Ehrmann, pre s ide n t ti-.t American Jewish Commitit, t*id Germany was still "the ocsl centtr of infection for entifctmilism." (Seven major national Jewish or%  mzati< ns that joined in a statemt issued by the National Com [uniiy Relations Advisory Councxprrssed the conviction, howler, that "evidence at this time benot justify the conclusion that spate of incidents are parts an orcaniied plot or the result central planning or direction." he statement warned that "the jpidity and range" of the recent •tiS emitic manifestations are [use ft r concern, and merit close Id alert attention." crganizatlona signing the ii:-v statement were the neriean Jewish Congress, the Iwish Labor Committee, Jewish %  r Veterans of the UMLA., Na% nal Council of Jewish Women, uon of American H e b rew Coneaatiens. Union of Orthodox lish Congregation* of America, Id the United Synagogue of nenca. |Dealmg with the incidents en the ner.can scene, the Joint statei-nt said that they "appear to be work of cranks end hoodlums hoie weak and impressionable bndhave been infected by th* lamples set by the German anti\m\uresponsible for the wave dts<(rations in that country." It added that "while it would unwise to dismiss er dtsre* bird any such wave ef incidents [% these that have taken place, is equally important that reckJhrawinos and other vandalisms sra apparently the werfc eff MiUlly di st urbed perpet ra te*s be t m gee rated er given un> Pus prominence." iThe mm and organizations speaklg for the American Jewish eoralunity were in virtue) accord in leir attitude on the German sit>tk>n. They agreed there was no % •son to doubt the sincerity of M West German Government in Kkmg to punish anti-Semitic acts, V insisted that "much more fund%  wntal measures are required." ["Germany remains the breeding pnd of anti-Semltiam, the roani 1st souue of an infecUon that can fread swiftly, as the recent rash incid, nts suggests." the NCRAC temr,t pointed not "Despite purification processes, many fbrf er Nazis occupy positions of f**r and influence in the West prmar, Government, including its %  J'oar> and ministries. No sysoatic effort, have been made to r"' ( h( German people "away r !" the ideologies of Nanism." lerman schools were cited as "es^ aa > deficient in this regard." -!*•_ •••••"•emt declared that U iL m n 0^mmen must m "'• than fto on Ulnisji 5 b |,',. May t r Abramowitt. spir>3e 7*Z ^-"th Shore Jewum *'. *U| be host on "Still Small %  S rtm ot th %  l, ~*>ical Assn.. Sunday. f V, The Altar of Marrtage >AV % %  > >% m # -vV Attentton Senior Ctti izcnst • m Joh. 'SmuoA. CitipnA.' of. mod&hata. twain. UUL wishing, appoinimsniiu of, a. hsthidsmiiaL ASIUDA. cDiwojwnoL and. luxwuf. aaaa%HrUaV JiQAidenai on. an* all JJ&WL hound plan. 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eJewish Floridian THE JfWKH UNITY mi IHt JEWS* WttKlY /olume 34 — Number 3 Miami. Florida. Friday, January 15, 1960 Two Sections — Price 20tf FIOWDA PUfSS ASSN. OTATtOW Jewish Floridian Wins Honors The Florida Press Assn. has awarded an Honorable Mention to The Jewish Floridian in the association's annual press contests. The Jewish Floridian citation was for General Excellence. The award was on the basis of three soctessive issues, with points scored for news coverage editorial feature presentation, and general layout. Presentations were at the recent Florida Press Assn annual awards dinner held in Silver Springs. Police on Nightly Watch As Swastikas Hit Florida Soviet Union Official 'Explains' How Moscow Suburb Synagogue Burned By TULLIA ZIVI JTA—By Direct T.lttyp. Wirt ROME-A member of the Soviet government's five-man "Committee for Religious Cults"-the high CM governmental authonty on religious problems in the USSR-has told this Jewish Telegraph* Agency SET Daub She''j^TJLSSTta X E ra 5 000 prac, icing J ews i n t he "* U nion a nd S MSJKI 2S2*Z Z population in the Soviet Union is generally estimated at three million m .. l ^xT etPO i'! at *" ^ retUn,ed fr m Week,, visit t0 Moscow wher %  interviewed government official., aa well as various non-official sources familiar with Jewish life in the Soviet Union Zionist Council Concludes 10-Day Session in Jerusalem JERUSALEM-UTA)—The Zionist General Council, concluding a ten-day session, appealed this week to all nations, and particularly to West Germany, to take urgent measures to uproot "the vestiges of Naiism and implant in thenpopulations loyalty to democracy, to the spirit of tolerance and a dec ent relationship between man and man." — &f The Council, supreme organ of f m MM ,De World Zionist movement when Court Upsets City Election mciDim tffotrfs MOUNTING ... rkci $.* %  MM LAX WITH ticorar? r ACI 7k The FBI moved into the investigation of anti-Semitic incidents in Florida this week, working jointly with the Southern Clearing House on anti-Semitic activities. Focus of the joint probe was threatening letters sent to Jewish + congregations following the painting of swastikas in Tampa, Jacksonville and Miami. The Clearing House s.-tid it was maintaining contact with the 35 cities it serves. The Jewish Floridian learned Wednesday mat police prowl cars ara on a nightly vigil in an effort to protect synagogues from vandalism. Despite these efforts, a four-foot-high swastika, crudely painted in black, was discovered at 2 a.m. Tuesday morning on Homestead Jewish >ng were also reBeth David Congregation and the Israelite Center. Earlier in the week, North Dade Jewish Center reported "threatening calls" to police. This followed the painting of a swastika on the Print Rite Co., of Miami, owned by Benjamin Kram, as well as of a non-Jewish operated launderette three doors west of it. ataa ai ft it le. Hillel House on the Continued on Page 10 A here; who | very JERUSALEM — (JTA) This I city's municipal election of last November was invalidated last week by a magistrate found irregularities in the [polling precinct where President lzhak Ben Zvi had cast his vote. This was the second case of invalidation of a municipal election in two days. Previously a district judge at Rehovot, ruled that the municipal elections there were null and void, because be had found evidence of bribery among resithe World Zionist Congress is not in session, concluded its deliberations in the shadow of the landslide wave of anti-Semitic manifestations in the Western World which had its effect on this assembly. Dr. Nihum Goldmarm, president of the World Zionist Organisation, had to intervene in the debate over the resolution on anti-Semitism on three occasions to head off amendments by the right-wing Horut Party and the left-wing Achdut Avodoh, calling for increased efforts to induce the Jews to leave Germany and ether countries where excesses have been committed and migrate to Israel. An Achdut Avodah amendment aents of a transit camp who had voted for the ticket of the National, w oul-A BONN— "capitulation" to Arab pressures and "harmful to American! and United Nations efforts toward' stability in the Middle East and toward world peace." Pointing out that the Renault Company has admitted that it withdrew from Israel "because of pressure from the Arab League Boycott Office," and that, subse quently. Renault was taken off the Arab League's bUcklist. the state ment declared: "The Arab League boycott also makes It impossible to achieve progress toward peace in the Middle last. UN Secretary General Dag Hammarsk jold has characterised the boycott as a 'dead weight upon our efforts.' It is a form of political and economic aggression that creates and maintains tension in the Middle East. By keeping the Middle last in a state of m*r war, the boycott is a continuing threat to world peace. So long as the boycott lasts, interests vital to America are jeopardized. "The boycott has brought about violations of the rights of American citizenship and interference with the freedoms to trade, invest and travel. Because the boycott Continued on Page HA Walter Says Reds to Blame WASHINGTON-


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CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS PAGE THREF Israel's Housing Needs Held Desperate; One Immigrant Out Of Three Reported Living In Miserable And Squalid Condition t 9 '< V REUNION IN ISRAEL. Together again after years of separation because of war and hardship. Years lived without the hope of ever seeing loved ones again. And now the miracle of reunion, the chance to build a new life, the time and the place to live together. Reunion is the touch of hands and lips and tears — two of many who can once again know what it is like to be "home," thanks to the help you gave through CJA. DESPITE THE GREAT achievements of Israel's people in taking in nearly one million refugees in 11 years, one out of every three of these newcomers still lacks the basic requirements of decent and civilized living, it was reported by representatives of the United Jewish Appeal this week. According to a communication received by CJA general chairmen Sam Blank and Harold Thurman, more than 20,000 families are living in a personal condition of deprivation and squalor in huts and canvas shacks. Israel officials estimate that 60,000 immigrants are subjected to this kind of existence. "• %  ••" *•* "SOME REFUGEES HAVE waited so long for housing, they have become bitter," said Rebbi Herbert A. Friedman, UJA executive vice chairman. Many families have disintegrated, and boys and girls leave their homes, Rabbi Friedman noted. In 1960 American Jewry will be asked to help 345,000 ill-housed, unemployed immigrants. More than 40,000 aged, handicapped and chronically ill — and their dependents — will be aided by Malben, JDC's special welfare program. In addition, 210,000 Jewish men, women and children in need in 25 other overseas countries will require immediate aid. -:-:-:"IT IS MOST URGENT that the thousands who still live in the shantytowns be moved at once into decent, simple housing," local campaign leaders have been told. "In order for Miami to meet its share of UJA's multi-million dollar needs in 1960, plus the needs of its 57 other agencies, the Combined Jewish Appeal will have to raise over $3,000,000 this year," Blank and Thurman said. HE WAS BORN here in this wooden shack in one of Israel's shantytowns. CJA dollars will help to wipe out Hfc, these slums and bring new life and hope to these L... courageous immigrants. THIS "THIRD IMMIGRANT" waits for her future to start. Lack of decent housing means lack of hope. Ma'abarat means misery. CJA must help them build 20,000 housing units in 1960.



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Friday, January 15. i960 Page 6-A Beach Prepares Welcome for Nixon yW r Vice ."resident Richard It. Leon J. Ell (left) is chairman of the reception committee which will greet Vice President Nixon and Mrs. Nixon during their stay at the Roney Plaza hotel this weekend. Ell is shown with the Vice President (center) and John Booth, nationally-noted Republican leader, at a recent meeting in Mr. Nixon s office on Capitol Hill. President Beta*Nixon Md Mrs. Nixon will be •** Miami Beach Mayor D. I %  • en hen the Vice Preii*J ar riTM at the airport here t nda> at *££ Powell Will pre.nt.hn Vice President with a gold kiy to the City of Miami Beach. A brunch will b presented in the Nixons' honor Saturday corning, III* a.m.. tf the Ron,y Plat, hotel, where they will be staying on their br.ef weekend visit here. At 2:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Nix en Will be taken by official Miami Beach limousine and police escort Emanu-El's United Synagogue Youth chapter was repf Mi, u ami. will head for Miami Beach will meet Tuesday, 8 p.m., in the reau of Jewish Education. whuh will be held in KLM FOLLOW THE SUN TO ISRAEL' TOURS low season bargain rates special reductions for families See Israel and save! KLM "Follow the Sun to Israel" tours bring you lowest off-season rates... hundreds of dollars in Family Plan savings... and you can fly now, pay later! All of Israel's historical sites and modern resorts are yours on this KLM 16-day tour. You visit shrines, holy places, enjoy festivals and folk dances, meet people from 75 lands the world over. The price is $1182.10 ($1032.10 for additional members of your immediate family) and it covers just about everything. Hotel accommodations, most meals, sightseeing and round-trip economy class air fare from Miami. Service from Houston and New York on world-famous KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Departures through February. Extension tours to Italy, the Riviera, Switzerland, France also available. r i i i i i i i i i i THE WORLD'S FIRST AIRLINE KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Dept. JF.IS Columbus Hotel, 308 N.L First St., Miami t lease tend me complete information about the KLM tours, "Follow the Sun to Israel'. Name _^__^___ Address. _^ CityMy travel aje-it is Youth Participate In 4-Day Confab Expre>>ina their concern about r.uclear testing, slum clearance, education and human relations, 140 Florida members of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization convened for four days at Camp Owaissa Bauer in Naranja. Keynote speaker on the convention theme. "Jewish Values and i," irai Rabbi Her bert Baumgard, of Temple Beth Am. who discussed the relationship between the ritual of Juda.ain and ethical values. Highlight of the four-day even' was the election of ofl cars I Sailer, Hollywood, was named B'nai B'rith i Widerman. of Orlando, state of Aleph Zadik Aleph b Officers from the Miami area for AZA include Lee Sandier, vice president; Steve Caron, treasurer; and Mike Carson, sergeant-at-arms. Miami BBG officers are Sheila Sandier, vice president; Bobbie Trauman, vice president; and Bonnie Franltel, chaplain. Past presidents Alan Barrel and Toby Grossman, of Miami, were elected counsellors. in a special ceremony, a former; Grand Aleph Godol (national pres iident of AZA I. Jack Fink, presi dent of the board of directors of' the Greater Miami BBYO. was pre ,sented with a plaque for out-' ins help in the youth program of ( B'nai B'rith." Officers were installed bv Fir.k and Mr-. Gerald Softs, president of District 5 B'nai B'rith Women I Judge Milton A. Friedman, vieei president of District 5 Grand Lodge, made the principal ad, : dress. Winners of state contests werei Diane Battist. 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FridayJanuary IS. 1960 +Je*lstifk>r*&M Page 9-A Bonn Chief Opposes New Denazification Program Continued from P.O. l.A .,_,. u .. • Continued from P ag }.& •* Tien by KM government was tion of Discrimination and Protec-' • n J phM, ••" by Zachariah tion of Minorities, a unit of the : 5^ M,,,#r< European director for t'N Commission on Human Rights : American Jewish Committook the aciion on a petition of the h • '%  cH#d %  n0 4 *••" ••••"International League for the Rights of Man. supported by the World Jewish Congress. Chile and Uruguay led the fight ,-or tne commission action which was carried by a — %  www IWI viicninafino former Naiis from policymaking position* in tho government, including Cabinet ministrios and tho fiold of oducation. Expressing the hope that Cab• Nazis held high posts in Chancellor Adenauer's government. Ollenhauer cited by name such officials as Theodor Oherlaender, Minister for Expellees and War I Victims, Dr. Hans-Globke, and Minister of the Interior Gerhard jSchrocder. Protests against the activities and demands for action were also vote of six in favor one against m ^ nmm ,ne > 0 Pe that Cab• Judge Philip i iM t w iVh the ,, hnno be T.n "E, --'*'J*--* !" ^ !" 1 9""^ **-\d***V **** U^BBt MklMl ed for anti-Jewish activities. He was reported to be a member of the Deutsches Reichs Party. West Berlin police Sunday arrested nine youngsters for antiSemitic .daubings at the Marienborn border station between West and East Germany. West Berlin's school superintendent, Carl-Heinz Evers, announced that he would take immediate disarm" five abstentions, JU< Halpern. United States member of \Z 5|",' h hope %  "* "",i tude f !" German University Women, teachers who refuse to teach the the commission, was not present d H ^ ,,..,£ one Mr %  *£• the German Soldiers Assn., Frankfacts about the Hitler regime. He there can be no doubt furt Mayor Werner Bockelmann, pledged also to keep former Nazis at-Tuesday's session. v "u;hi,„ o„-i... ? u real 8hock shamc and and the Hessian Trade Unions. n wnue Booh on Nazi atrociindignation" provoked by the re-1 ties is being prepared by experts cent anti Semitic incidents "among in I i tii nit .. .1 i \ _. a • % % %  %  II a. JOUFH MASTERS Center Maps Annual Concert ai a : %  annnum B. Sin. Greater Center. mil ci i ru.-.l m the I • •merit of Joseph Masters %  r.;in of the 1960 communi Jewish Music Festival was ed Wednesday by Isidore a/, president of the Miami Jewish Community rs. GMJCC vice president. !mate plans for the anic events, sponsored by '• %  %  with the cooperation of • Assn. in London and Vienna, and will be distributed to all schools in West Germany, Dr. Schroeder added. The specific proposal for the creation of a new denazification commission was presented over the weekend to Foreign Minister Heinrich von Brentano by Alec Easterman. political director of the European department of the World Jewish Congress. Tho need for "fundamental acSurWay evening. Mar. 6, has been designated as the time of tr.i$ year's festival. A program commitiee has already met to map plant for the concert. Hntn of the committee include ( antor David Conviscr. Cantor Wil. am Lipson. Cantor Jacob BoriMcr. Cantor Israel Reich Barren Breeskin. Mrs. Arnold Crrenf. 11, Eli Samuels, Emanuel Tropp distant Center director f Mr Kstelle Fein Hardin. |aa> tirii e v cutive secretary. A meiting of the committee, represent r many community organnationwi|| be held Jan. 7 at Tempi* Israel Court Upsets City's Elections Continued from Pago 1 A JJ dominant Mapai P.rty. The Jjjjr-I' Ziom*o, wh. ear. for *• Munlcipoi Council, called no, K ""• *PH had s :zj ,tm ~* b y *• ••*• UKIUAT !" ***' Tht % %  "'•lopes. m '*i Zionists. W'"Z fo J he lMtt **& the n d ba .' U had "*" d br Pn,net's election committee %  UN stamp, were not neeesJJ'le the Gorerament will ,p. ounc, !ow7.a r, ,ived co ,,,on "ecot, ,i"" ru, d "•* office. were ,.„, to get f uni -ill K** "trs* one fend. r. ,tT„ Would *• ** %  1. aP "Under th %  *• Knai. 8e0eral poUUc 1 con *h,,h 0PP Wd t0 ntw •••cUom. l ^;:c^" oulof bou, C T T n 80f memb r Mo -chid,] r '' ,ysr ur "t. Program uv. tl ; d p rogreM report • du„ng 1M9i pUM fw ^ *•.'.. m ce for ,he hard ft '" was shown. "The all decent and responsible elements" in West Germany. However, he added, the measures thus {far proposed "still do not corresjpond to this shock and indignation." Erich Ollenhauer, chairman of i the opposition Social Democratic party, proposed that the United Nations investigate the current wave I of anti-Semitic excesses in West i Germany and charged that no solution was possible as long as former More arrests were announced hare in efforts at various levels of the West German government to apprehend and punish the culprits in the anti-Semitic actions in the Federal Republic. Werner Sciidefer. 18, a locksmith, was arrested in Aschaffenburg. Heinz Hettenhausen, 42, a Dortmund waiter was sentenced to four months in jail for libeling Jews. A 19-ycar-old soldier at the Boelingen military base was suspendout of teaching Jobs and educational administrative posts. West Berlin Mayor Willi Brandt asked the West German Parliament to deal with the incidents at i:s meeting. He urged action by the West German Federal Republic against all anti-Semites and neoNazis. 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Friday. January 15. 1960 "JfwIstifkrfdBar Page 9-B J3<*r .. %  : %  Heights Jewish Community Center will include the Bar Mitzvah of Mark Farber, with Cantor Emanuel Mandel officiating. Mark is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Farber, 1250 NW 179th ter. He attends Norland High School, and will be honored at a reception at the Fontainebleau hotel on Sunday. • • • Paul Margel Paul Murray Margel. son of Mr. end Mrs Abraham Margel, 639 West n\r \rftl neeWhe Bar Mitz van on Saturday morning, Jan. 16, at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander Gross will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah will conduct the services and read the compute Sabbath Portion of the Scroll. Paul, an eighth grade honor stuTraining School Luncheon Slated Miami Beach Home and Training School for Mentally Retarded Jewish Children was to hear Dr. Sylvan Schotz at a luncheon Thursday noon at the DiLido hotel. Dr. Schotz is on the staff of the Willow Brooks School for the Menlolly Retarded under the auspices of the State of New York. He was to be introduced by Andre S. Bialolenki, principal of Whitefield Senior High School. Program was also to include musical selections by Fernand Martel, recently arrived French singer. Mrs. Ella Wallman is president of the sponsoring organization. dent, bas been attending the Academy since first grade. He is captain of the School Safety Patrol, a member of the Student Council, and on the editorial staff of the school newspaper, "The Echo." Kiddush will follow the services at the Academy. A reception in honor of the Bar Mitzvah will take place Saturday evening at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. • • • Mark Greenberg Mark Allan Greenberg will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Jan. 16, of Temple Emanu-EI. Dr. Irvin Lehrman will officiate. Mark is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Philip Greenberg. He attends eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High and Temple Emanu-EI religious school. Out-of-town guests at the Bar Mitzvah will be Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weiss, of New York. • • • Susan Snyderman North Shore Jewish Center will be the site of the Bas Mitzvah of Susan Snyderman during late Friday evening services, Jan. 15. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Susan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. David Snyderman. 9164 Bay dr. She is a student in the religious school of the Center, and attends Normandy Preparatory School. • • • Chart** Kli.r Rabbi Samuel Lerer officiated at the Bar Mitzvah of Charles Stuart Klicr on Saturday, Jan. 9. Charles is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Klicr, 2246 Wiley St.. Hollywood. Ceremonies were at Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood. A student at McNicoi Junior High School. Charles was honored at a reception at the Sterling hotel. • • • Enid Siesel Rabbi David Herson will officiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Enid Siegel during Friday evening services, Jan. 15, of Beth Emeth Congregation. Enid is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Siegel, and attends Miami Norland High and Beth Emeth religious school. • • • Jay Alperin Bar Mitzvah of Jay Alperin will be celebrated during Saturday morning services, Jan. 16, of Temple Adath Yeshurun at Carpenters Hall in North Miami. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will officiate. Jay is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alperin and nephew of Joe Schmier. The Alperins will honor their son at a reception at their home. 20940 NE 26th ave., on Sunday from 2 to 7 p.m. B'nai B'rith Chapter Meetings North Shore chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will meet Monday noon at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Asm., Normandy Isle. The chaptee-also plans a luncheon Wednesday at the Fontainebleau hotel. • • • Miami Beacb chapter will hear a book review Tuesday at the Sea Gull hotel. On Wednesday, the chapter will meet for lunch at the home of Mrs. David Dener, 4431 Prairie ave. • • • Chai chapter plans a "Fashions in Fantasies" meeting Tuesday evening, 8 p.m., at the Deauville hotel. • • • Menorah chapter plans a dinner dance and show Sunday evening, Jan. 24, at the Saxony hotel. Mrs. Mildred Freedman is. chairman. The chapter will hold a board meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Jan. 26, at the Saxony hotel. Arthur Spiegel, assistant director of the Florida office, Anti-Defamation League, will be guest speaker. • • • Miami Beeeb Council -ai B'nai B'rith Women will meet Monday evening, Jan. 25, at the Johnina hotel. ( -\ th tmo DONALD Russian Film Breathes Reality The Soviet-produced motion pic ture, "The Cranes are Flying." opens Tuesday at Wometco's Mayfair and Sunset Theaters. Like many fine European films, this one features the realism of life that some of Hollywood's efforts frequently fail to capture. Starring Soviet actress Tatyana Samoilova, "The Cranes are Flyjng" tells the story of two young Jovera who are parted by World ^ar II. There is no happy ending to this Mosfilm production—other than the finale speech welcoming home the victorious Red Army soldiers and the passionate disavowal of war as a means of settling human problems. The focus el Hw action is not •n the battle, itself, er on the dissruntlod, painful live* of civilians suddenly caught up by the heat of war—although there is enounh of that artfully done. The focus is rather on a microscopic examination of the human psyche as it attempts to relate to war. In this sense, the photography in "The Cranes are Flying" also becomes microscropic; so that the reality of flesh and bone, most often lost in American films, is presented in all its brutal and lovely existence. The death scene of one of the lovers and the rape of the other will long be remembered, though I they employ photographic techj niques the naive may consider oldj fashioned. "The Cranes are Flying" is no Communist propaganda vehicle, and those who will search for it will come away from this film without having captured its far more human elements. The production is being distributed by Warner Bros, at the request of the U.S. State Department in connection with its Cultural Exchange Agreement of 1958 with the Soviet Union. —Loo Mindlin Women's OUT Hears Speaker "The Great Balancing Act." a discussion of the balance between individual liberties and governmental necessity for guaranteeing national security, was held Tues day evening at the Deauville hotel by the Greater Miami chapter of Women's American ORT. Speaker was Mrs. Dorothy Serotta, president of the Miami Beach League of Women Voters. Mrs. Scrotta has served as a member of the Junior College citizens planning committee. Temple Israel religious school board, discussion leader in the "Save Our Schools" movement, and was an original planning committee member of the Little White House conference. Roosevelt Group Anniversary Ball Eleanor Roosevelt chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold its tenth anniversary ball at the new Miami Elk's Club, Brickell ave., Sunday evening, Jan. 24. Program will feature entertain^ ment, dancing to a live band, anil a late supperette. In charge of information is Chester Bromley, 5340 SW 4th st., president of the 150-member chapter. All past presidents of the chapter will be guests of honor, including the founder president, Mrs. Gerald Soltz, 6300 SW 33rd st., current president of B'nai B'rith Women, District No. 5. Glamor Recipe By Charm Expert Regular meeting ot B'nai B'rith Women of Miami is Tuesday at Beth David Auditorium. Following the meeting, there will be a talk on "Recipe for Glamor" by Gayle Carson, director of Charm Modeling School. Hostesses for the evening are Mrs. Louis Simms, in honor of her son's marriage, and Mrs. David Hess, in honor of her 25th wedding anniversary. A second annual past presidents' brunch will honor the following on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 11 a.m., at the Biscayne Terrace hotel: Mesdames Harvey Herman. Murray Lazarus, Murray Gladstone, Louis Alexander, Stephanie Klein. Abe Aronovitz and Nathan Spiegelman, who is coordinating chairman. There will be entertainment and a fashion show by Mary Norton, of Miracle Mile, with furs by Mr Herman, of Lincoln rd. DINNER AMD MUSIC %  y the Sinyiny Strinyn KING ARTHUR'S COURT He TIP TOPPERS ie the CARRIAGE CLUB Miami Springs Villa* TU 8-4521 Art Bruns, co-owner STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant Oldest and best known dairy restaurant serving LUNCH and DINNERS. TIT OUR SPECIAL ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGEIS 841 Washington Av.~" JE 1-9182 NOW OPEN axim*£ 9ncomporoHe Trench Cuisine* 9516 HARDING AVE. MIAMI BEACH UN6-1654 L ATTHI PIANO BAR DAVID LE*OWX__ :A C IT hen %  U t m in Dinh i a %  %  .I I lean mm hwoiuicHCs lotiicaTtssu Freeds Have Third Son Attorney and Mrs. Sanford (Marilyn) Freed. 1405 SW 82nd pi., announce the arrival of their third son. Warren Henry, on Dec. 18, nt Jackson Memorial Bris took place at the Freed home on Dec. 27. Godparents are the Joseph Bermanns. Cantor William Lipson officiated, as he had done also for Harris Alan Freed, 33 months, and Mitchell Jay, 15 months. Proud grandparents are Mrs. Goldie Indgin and the Charles J. Freeds, of Miami. .m.n. .7„i m /•* E OPEN IVtKYOAY CT /Jm# '--%  %  170 Nlil 5*St f TAM bi0**.1 M PI 9-7996 •uxu Oyster Bay Restaurant SEA FOODS ALL SEA FOOD COOKED TO INDIVIDUAL ORDER SERVING LUNCHES AND DINNERS PHONE ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT 1698 N.W. 79th Street PL 9-9167



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Friday, January 15, 1960 k~U* Ffrrfrfinn Pag* 1 IB Ricci to Play Paganini Concerto The University of Miami Symphony OrchtiHC" WITH Fabten Sc vitzky on the podium, will present violinist Ruggiero Ricci at the season's fourth concert Sunday aud Monday evenings at Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. The program features Ricci playing the Paganini Violin Concerto in D and Sevitzky and the Symphony Orchestra performing Dvorak's Symphony in E minor, No. 5 (from the "New World"). The concert will open with Verdi's Overture to "Forza del Destine" A fourth work on the program is American composer Edward Burlingame Hill's symphonic poem "Lilacs." 'Dino 1 Shapes Up As Dramatic Hit "Dino," the powerful drama of i Opening its official run this past juvenile delinquency currently bej Monday, two preview performing presented at Ruth Foreman's j aneea, played to a theatre party tudio "M," promises to be the, Ssjasauv_aj£ht of ^he Greater Mifirst big theatrical hit of the season. MfMHtO MCCf Reception to Fete Hebrew U, Chief Greater Miami chapter of Amer ican Friends of the Hebrew University will hold a reception for Dr. Frederick R. Lachman, national executive vice president of AFHU. Former Research Fellow in history at the Hebrew University, Dr. Lachman is also known as a lecturer. He is the author of a large number of papers on civilization, the arts and Biblical archeology, and organized the cultural exchange program between Israel and many countries in Latin America, Europe and South Africa. Before introducing Dr. Lachman, Samuel T. Sapiro, chairman of the board, will conduct the annual meeting. Emil Fhedlander, chairman of the nominating committee, has prepared a report, and elections will be held. The reception will take place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Gordon on Palm Island at 8 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 21. Zionist District to Meet Dr. Abraham Kitzen will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Miami-Gables Zionist District on Thursday evening, Jan. 21, at Zamora Jewish Center. Dr. Kitzen will discuss "A Zionist's Creao." Panel will include Seymour Liebman, Sam Shankman, and Isidor Dickman. %  b OUR SPECIALTY -to CONDOLENCE BASKETS ftlSHLY MCICO ond DELIVERED WITHIN TNf NOOt FRUIT CIRCUS 1698 S.W. Flagler Ttf. • PHONE • \'r FR 3-9275—PR 1-2511 HIDA PIPE AND NIPPLE MIC CO.. INC.. a Ma. corp. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 1111 Alnsley Bldg. 1/13-22-29, 2/r. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4S5O0 C IN RE: ESTATE OF JACK K. R1NOLBR 1 ei ea.<-ed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Witt Estate: You. and each of you are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. M either of von. may have against the state of JACK B. RINOLER deShapiro; and three brothers. Ben wen Doc. t at Newman Funeral Home, with burial In lakeside Memorial Cemeter) ALFRED OOLO •17, top newsreel cameraman for many years, died Dec. in In Miami Beach. CJilvf r.imcrman for Fox Movletom News for more than 4" years, he became so well-known for hl> coverage of poll til il campaigns, that Presidents I,m, OoMla.' !!• %  lived at 14T1 NE P<2nd st., and Is survived bj wife, Bertha, two sons and a daugh%  and burial were in New York, with local arrangements by Riverside Memorial Chapels. MRS. FANNIC KESSLER >3. of 100 4th St., died Dec. 8. She came here eight years ago from Hartfor.l. Conn Surviving are her husband Philip; son. Edward; two, daughteta. Including Mrs France, ceased late of Dade County. H.orlda. to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the sain*in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dad. County, Florida, wlthli calendar months from the date bf the first publication hereof. Sail claim* • ii nands to contain the legal adI the claimant and to DC %  : to and presented is iforesald, er same !,.i; red. .-• • s. i tloa :.;3.I of i hi 1945 Probate Ai I Dated JanuarN I-'. A D 1 !• %  >. JOAN K MX iLER "\ tnx of the Last Will and Testament of Jack K. Ringler 4 PHILIP J Mil IKK 107 I.m. oln Itoaii Miami Beau h. Florida Attornei for Executors 1/13-22 -a MRS. TILLIE KAPP 81. of ISM Dread ave., died Dec 1 .-he i.no., hero K. years ago from New York, and owned a Jewell y %  tort %  'Ivlnjc are a son, Calvin, and daught,r, Mrs. Ruth Kayo. s. rvi.es were at Rhrorslde Memorial Chapel, Washington ave with burial In Btal of David Cemetery. MRS. ANNA BARON ".I. of Ha SW l!Uh at, died Dec. She came here In IMI from Plslnfleld, N.J and was a past preslosnl of BiMisevelt Temple of the Knights -at "" %  I" 1 T LAKESIDE M EMORIAL PARK "The South's most beautiful Jewish cemetery" JE 1-5369 OSCAR GRAND 13. of 2720 SW 13th St.. died Dec. 7. He cams h o r s N roara ago from New York. Surviving are five BOTISJ, Including Abe and Harry, three daughters, including Mrs. Rose Bloom; a brother, 13 grand, hlldi.n an! Iwo great-grandchildren Services were D.i I at Oordon Funeral Mom., with burial In Mt. Slnal Cemet.pej. ISADORE FUNT 70. of 211", Washington ave, died Dec. 1. He was a retired builder. Surviving are his wife. Sylvia, mm. Harold two daughters, one brother, and thi tent. Services were Dec. 2 at Rlvi rside Memorial Chapel. Washington ave., with burial In New York City. 2f^ LOW I COST Home LOANS To Buy, Build or Refinance Inquiries Invited • No Oblljviion ... •_ ., Dade Federal C/AVINGS ond LOAN ASSOCIATION -• V'/TAV N 5 Cony en i0 nt Offices Serve Dade County R E90TrRCES EXCEED 145 MILLION DOLLARS DUE TO OUR EXPANSION we have n opening for a qualified SALESMAN meeting the Jewish public. Excellent opportunity with a regressive organization. Car essential. Cell Mr.M. H. Levine 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 FUNERAL DIRECTOR CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL T<> Wlloil THESE PRES i:\TS SUM.I. COME I'rliKKTIMl* Whereas, LOL'Ifc IIKIMAV MIAMI I l.( iRIDA; KCtJBNE C. IIKIM N. MIAMI. FLORIDA; PHYLLIS BENIRE, MIAMI. FLORIDA did OB th* lmh day of May, A D II be Incorporated under the pn nl Chaptet lol Florida Btatutes, SIN CITY INVEST! ills, INC., a Col tlon. with n 'I place of Dusl,,.-s at MIAMI. DADE COCNTY. in thi state of Florida, and whereas the proper officers of such c irporatloa did on the Ind dv el January. A.U. 1SS". cause to be fUed In the office of the ,i> of State of the State of Florida, a duly authenticated resolution adopted li> th.stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter SiW. Florida Statutes, dhowinx the dissolution of such corporation Now, therefore, the Secretary of State iocs rtlfjr to the foregoing snd that he Is aatlsfled that the resjulremi ntt of law have been compiled wirh. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set at" hand and have affixed the Oreal Seal of the State of Florida, al Tallahassee, the Capital, this the yKCi.Nl> .lav of I VNITARY. AD. R. A. OR AY. (seal) Secretary of State 1/1S/SU NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 0C 244 MIRIAM I-AVIS SMITH Plaintiff UAYMi.NI> LEE SMITH Defendant UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: RAYMOND I.KK SMITH You RAYMONILEU SMITH. #1 Huffman Drive Hamilton. Vlrxlnla 1 are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for DIVOTS* haa been filed axalnst you, and you are required to %  serve a Copy of your Answer or PleadI trnr to the IIIH of Complaint on the plaintiffAttorney. Marvin Schlld. IS N \V ••tli Street, Homestead. Florida and file the original Anew. Tteadlnx In the office of the Cl.-rV nf the Circuit Court on or llefore the ISth i.f February, l^Be If vmi fall to ulcitlrnl b> defasiH will he taketi 4iiclnst von for the-aeJIer demanded In Hie Bill of Complaint. This nil oe shall 1>* published each foul cansec'itlve w#ska ll'WISH II.<'HM'1AN 11 Miami. ida. this u'th dav of January. \ n i!>4o. K K 1 k. t. Dade Count v. Florida (seal) By K i I v\l w itv Clerk. 1/132t-. 1/3 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKEBY IIIVKX that the undersized, desiring to engage In I'UKiuesH under the fictitious names of ROLLS RECORDS O i tEOO ORDS • %  %  • KERN, also THE lol.KA DOTS, also THE PLEOOEH, al-o THE PENNU • JAH at MS Bay I'rive. Miami Beach. Intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. KAREN RECORDS INC. %  Florida Corporation BAM WIULER. Pres. 1/13-22-2*. 2/5 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 131 JANE SHII'LA. rialntlff. HARRY SHII'LA. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRY SHII'LA IKS AVENGE, M S.O. 423. Fleet Post Office Ncu York, New York You sre hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Heading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. FRANK E FREEMAN, 3"9 Alnsley I'.ullding. Miami, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the offhfe of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of February. 1910. If you faH to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be puhllshed once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH H-OR1DIAN IHJNK AND ORDERED at Miasnl, Florida, this 7th day of January. A.D. 190. E. B. LEA THERM AN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida Iseal) By K M I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk. 1/13-22-2H. t/S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. S0O 301 i I LOR I A lil.AI'STi .NK. Plaintiff, vs. DAVID GLADSTONE. I 'efendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl DAVID OL W'SToNK IIS Bad 52nd Street N.w rot* Ot.i New York fo i DAVID OLADSTi 'NK are hereby notified rti.it .. I • I <•( Complaint for Divm. has been ( I ml \ ou are i equlre I i > Ing '<" the Rill of Complain! on the •Iff Attorney, LEBi 'U IT/. \NI> l.KI: :> I Irsl Ktr. et, Miami h, Florida end file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of ih< i lerk "f 11.• rt iis or the |5th da> of February. 1*'. If you fail to do -o. JudgmeBI by default will be taken ssslnsl you for the nii.f demanded in the BUI of I 'olllpljlllt DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 12th daj "f January. \ || i.KI BATHERM \V Clerk, -|-i Ull Cout 1. I 'aile i fseal) B) w M M STOCK INC. iv i lerk. LKBOWITS BELLER Miami I'-.i. h. Kin JE I OT7I tttorm i foi Piaiaiiff i IS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 60C 306 In re Adoption of Cvnthla Diane Cears by Ri .IIKItT M SIH K1AN, I'k/a Rl "BERT Slli iAN. and d by Ills u Ife. El.I.EN S SIIIH-.AN. as Petitioners. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl DANIEL .1 CE8ARZ Trenton, DetroC. Michigan To I' v P. K HEREBY NOTIF i'" that a Petition for Adoption of cvnthla Diane Ceaars. a minor, has been fll.-d. and you are required to appear, or serve a copy of your snswei. or other pleading to the Petit ion on petitioners' attorney. M. JAY BER'INKI: Suite ll"4. ItiscayioBulldmg, Miami. Florida, and file the original insiver or pleadlns in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the l'.th day of February. IM0. If Mm fall to do so, a Deewe Pro Confesm will he taken against rou for the relief prayed for In the Petition. DONE AND ORDERED nt Mmml. Florida, this 12th dav of Janusry. 10. E. B l.KATHKKMAN. Clerk. circuit Court, Dade Countv Florida (seal) By: WM. M ST'K'KINCl. I>ctHity Clerk. 1 'i:.-22-29./5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 0C 3S CONSTANCE BARHAM. Plaintiff. KINCSl.EY R RARHAM I W* f • %  n *i M n I NOT CE BY PUBLICATION TO: KINOSI.KV R BARHAM P M-JaVBox 3M1 Sandrluse, MSjasrsota YOC, KTMBSLEl?* B re a c.-aiv of answer to fhe Coasjle .. tlm liisThMf'sTeTtiomens. WALTERS \W II "I'K ,\ COSTA N A In sl.v KnllUiii. Miami 12. F> TM. and rill '•": othei -ssii will be en'errd SB... Cl 'Ida tsenl) • B] K \l LTM N



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CAUSEWAY Florida LUNCH • DINNIR ORDERS TO TAKE OUT \ PHONE UN 6-4303 M Hit ST MIAMI BtACH Pearly Gait by-+iel Pearl Golden Agers To Hear Rabbi Rabbi Harry Lawrence. sM-dSSP&t&rwtts i-sww -"— NAMES MAKE NEWS: No wonder the natives are flocking^ to Mitaire d ying hi te a pi it nati' on the of Tif ereth Israel congregatu n W J• will be fii.es. speaker at th. WM organizational meeting of n Temple Beth Sholem ol IMU evening, 7:30 p.m.. at the Tcmpit. 1725 Monroe it Rabbi Lawrence will discuss Jewish Humor." The program K the light tantastic like a pro. slowdown of visitors on And U J%if on^liS'UiS' this "pasT weekend berg, temporary chairman. Men and women 60 years of age and older are eligible for memberriR'i arsenics HOTEL KOSHIK MIALS IHCl. day par person, doable ote. to Jonaary 24. 15 of 115 rooms. Other rotti available 1'niliT Rnbhlnlcnl BuporrWoe of ( IT i IIMII.IV Vnad Haka-nruth. Kuhtil |.t Isaac II Bver. Dietary Laws A Sabbath Observed. Religious oervicee daily on premises. Special salt •9 and diabetic diet Steaks, Chops A Roosts daily. FREE 21" TV in every rm.—Parking—15 Other Features on the Ocean — Private Beach and Pool. 1741 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH three, were Ray Yuncs Jack Kaufmar. „a -~£ ---Q anJ Stan Schewel. Dr. Dick &hwarU. Algiers exec ^nu Richar(1 Councilmen Wolfie Cohen Bernie Frank Ken !" a a"d e Court, were on hand to wM the new oH.eer. well. Next time you're in Martha's night spot. 8JSvf k c rt ? u ^ k J w !S magnificent sweater display there, stamped with the artful handiwork f SB* e c^T^aS^ fan magazines it appelrs"hat Eddie Fisher and Liz Taylor are on the verge of separa^"'it-faifamTzinfthmg about those fan mags, even if there's little credence to rumor, they'll elaborate upon it in a cute and cunning wav making it appear like the real thing. Remember those magazines are P rinted 8 from two to three months in advance of publication date. Maybe the editors have crystal balls that work. It looked like "parent." night at the opening of "MRVMh Foreman* original drama of |uvemle delinquency, it s pfOMe mt MM solution,, at hir Studio M Playhouse. Tn.ca.tia imf M ** Of local teen-ager,, many of whom are making their first PP* ara "" in front of the footlights. All turn in professional jobs. The origiinal play, without a doubt, is the stand-out production to date at 5tudio M. flood to see Mike Levin up and about Bayshore golf course, although he's not able to play for a couple of weeks or so. Just seeing ( his cronies and the familiar fairways and greens is healing therapy. Dr. Michael Gilbert, the psychiatrist, and Dirk Shawn, the very funny performer and long-time local night club favorite, engaging in I some close swinging sessions at Bayshore and Normandy. Shawn is a i local resident, although he covers a lot of national territory for his engagements. BOTH. SIDES OF THE BAY: Arlene Francis is a welcome addition to the glittering array of performers that have entertained Coconut Grove Playhouse theatre-goers. She is superb in her first stage vehicle locally, Noel Coward's "Tonight at 8:30." Miss Francis will appear at the Playhouse through Jan. 23, then will take over the lead role in "Sweet Love Remembered," heading for Broadway under the produc-1 tion aegis of her husband, Martin Gable. AIR CONDITIONED tUvfil PAH HOTB, KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DINNER NIGHTIY 530 TO B:30 MODIRATI rICIS Our catering under ihe expert direction of NORMAN ARROW will delight you. Tasteful food served n ample port.ons by a capable staff in an atmosphere designed lor your pleasure and relaxation. Overlooking the Ocean. Inquire about rates end facilities. COlllNS AVI. OFF UNCOIN D. • MIAMI ACH_ Tol.: JI t-7381 !" W e R EVLIN HOTELS KOSHER DINING ROOM Kosher Dining Room Now Open to the Public DELUXE DINNERS from $1.65 Under Rabbinical Supervision of the Orffcedei Vaad Hstasfirw.b Rabbi Dr. I. N. Ever Collins Ave. at 13th Street Ph. JE 81545 Bette Davis will have her third leading man in "The World of Carl Sandburg," which will be staged at both the Miami and Miami Beach Auditoriums. Barry Sullivan replaces Cameron Mitchell, who replaced Bette's husband, Gary Merrill. However, it is one fine entertainment, and shouldn't be missed. Carol Channing, of Broadway musical comedy fame, is present star at the Eden Roc Pompeii room. On the same bill are the excellent dance team of Brascia and Tybee. Bobby Darin, of "Mack the Knife" recording fame, is headlining at the Deauville Casanova room, with Henny Youngman supplying the comedy. Sara Vaughn, the great stylist of song, opens tonight at the Fontainebleau La Ronde. Still one of the more popular dinner shows in town: the water ballet at the Everglades. It's an eye-opening underwater spectacle. Los Monreal dancers, the Barcelona-born youngsters, receive an I ovation at the end of their performance nightly in the Havana Mardi I Gras at the Lucerne, which is now playing seven nights a week. RESTAURANT ROW: Jack Teagarden, the sweet-trumpet man, due in at the Miami Springs Villas Carriage Club in early February, i Clemson Coach Frank Howard among the many gridiron mentors "chowing" on steaks and barbecued specialties at the Bonfire during the NCAA coaches meet here. Nick and Antoinette's ravioli is something to remember. If you don't believe us, check with Fred Bishop, the brother of comic Joey Bishop, who is a frequent diner at the Miami home-like spot. Wasn't that Martha Raye dining at Maxim's the other night, before heading for a nightly performance at her Copa City? Harold Pont and Irvin Gordon are a blessing to the beleaguered mother of the bride. Their superb catering service for weddings and engagements has made them popular on the local wedding scene. Nothing like a well-told joke by Al Goldman to help you enjoy the Cantonese dinners at his Fu Manchu. His story telling is as good if! not better, than a lot of professional comics we've heard The Royal Hungarian kosher restaurant on the Beach is marking US i&ju year under the same management. And that's quite a record considering the rapid turnover in that business here. Long one of the country's most elegant dining rooms, Hie Embers has embellished it, reputation with the addition of three new rooms each with distinctly different decor from the other. You can take home any of the fine menu offerings at China House \ opposite Tropical Park. Phone your order in advancTso i"8 be \ ready for pick-up when you arrive. 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Page 2-B 9-JewlstncrkUar Friday, January 15. I960 Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of Hebrew Academy Women, discusses arrangements with committee of hostesses for the 12th annual scholarship fund dinner of the Hebrew Academy. Seated, (left to right) are Mrs. Jonah CapIan, Mrs. Samuel Reinhard, Mrs. Hvman Sandier, Mrs. Irving Firtel. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Mrs. Leo Reinhard, Mrs. Morris Bienenfield, Mrs. Alex Miller, Mrs. Jerome Bienenfeld, Mrs. Herbert Berger. Not shown are Mrs. Harry Genet, Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, Mrs. Henry Penchansky, Mrs. George Kimmel, Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mrs. Milton Lubarr. BB Women Plan Functions Don Barber and Bob CMjrton. -eh-? TV personalities, will be among those modeling at the fourth annual Gilbert Balkin B nai B nth fashion show. The show will be held Jan. 20, 8 30 p.m.. at the Algiers hotel The show will include fashions from lingerie and maternity to men's styles. • • • Anne Frank chapter of B'nai R'rith is holding its regular meeting on Jan. 19 at the Park Lane Cafeteria on Coral Way at 12 n oon. Flaqler-Granada Maps Activities Flagler-Granada Sisterhood will hear a panel discussion moderated ,by Mrs. Irving Wexler on Thursjday evening, Jan. 21. Mrs. Barney Landers will preside. Panel will include Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Flagler-Granada spiritual leader, and a noted child psyWomen Map Academy Dinner With the cooperation of Mr. and werg, Hyman Sandier, Irving Firu Mrs Wolfie Cohen, co-chairmen tel, Leo Reinhard, Morris Bieneneph Shapiro, Mrs. Jonah I. Cap of the Hebrew Academy's scholarfeld. Alex Miller, Jerome Bienenlan Mrs Isidor -hip fund dinner, a committee of feld, Herbert Berger. Henry Pen net was formed composed of rep-' Agcnda wj [i a i so include election resentatives of Hebrew Academy ; t Q (he nominating committee Mrs. Women and PTA They include g jk y in ch o( refresh Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse, Mrs. Josmenls Sisterhood is planning a lunch1, SSM lie OISllTIIOOU U (minimi<• ."..v.. 0r e .. Sp K&J"£"!: eon Tuesday noon. Jan. 26. at the man Sandier, Mrs. Julius RosenHebrew Academy Women headed chansky, George Kimmel. Joseph stejn Mrs Jerome !jy Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and Mrs. Cohen, Matthew Zuckerman, MilMrs Leonard Rosen. Mrs. Tobias BTenenTeld Cen,er In charKe are Mrs Tom Pritch, Mrs. Leonard Pont, and Mrs. Leo Drutz. Highlight of the Jonah Caplan. have planned colorton Lubarr and Isidore Spoiler. g |fc Jack Gerson and ^ m wj| be a Hartley s Fur ml and elaborate decorations for, i n a special message to the com.. ci„ in h n ro Salon fashion show •he 12th annual Academy celebra-' ^mity. urging all-out support of Abraham Steinberg. Salon fashion show. tion to be held Sunday evening. tne 12th annual event, Mrs. JosJan. 24. in the Grand ballroom of cpn shaprio. Hebrew Academy ihe Fontaineblcau hotel. Women president, declared: "Tin Color scheme will be pink with impact of the Hebrew Academy OB lowing candles in silver candethe cultural and educational life labras. creating an air of warm of our community has been unpar once. Floral centerpieces will allcled by any other school. The adorn each table. Hostesses will community must provide better fainclude Mesdames Samuel Reincilities and new quarters to accomr>ard. Harry Genet. Pauline Grundmodate the many students who seek the Academy's program of Travel is the theme when the Gilbert Balkin B'nai B'rith Women present their fourth annual fashion show. Mrs. Alan Baskin models one of the many fashions to be shown by the Red Shutter, Hub, and Archer's. NEW! WILNO KOSHER Seicat'Pane iietfr SALAMI education." Me.inwh'le, nt a coordinating meeting held Monday at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S. Cross, the 1960 annual pictorial journal was launched by Hebrew Academy Women. A journal cabi WKOSHER QUOED SALAMI All pure beef Ask for All WILNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Charter Coffee Slated Friday A charter membership coffee will be the first program of the newly organized women's committee of the Miami Beach YMHA at the home of Dr. and Mrs; Philip Samet on Friday morning. The committee will undertake varying projects to promote the general welfare of the agency, a framework of operation. A group of temporary officers has been responsible for the planning of the first affair, headed by the president, Mrs. Solomon Kann. Mrs. Joel Lee is serving as secretary. Mrs. Samuel Oka, treasurer, and Mrs. James Hoo and Mrs. Irwin Harris were in charge of invitations and mailing. Others on the initial committee are Mesdames Milton Sirkin, Norman Epstein, Norman GTTier, Harry Raskin, Philip Samet, Maurice Gilman. B. Rolland Oppenheimer and Morris Weston. NEW DAIRY. MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-style! .. %  1 BOYARDB (f Cheese I Ravioli IN SAUCE % Book Review Meeting Temple Sinai Sisterhood will hold a book review meeting Wednesday, 10 a.m., at the Temple. Mrs. Helga Eason, of the Miami Public Library, will discuss 'Eva," by Meyer Levin. WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI MORE KOPLC USC refreshini calorie-fret mhs ^ Sugarine Liquid twnttner swam THAN SUGAl YET NO rOOD VAUII Recommended by doctors lot diabetics. oveiei(tits i lo ulone diets Use lot beverages. desserts, coohmg. Pure. Completely rwmless. 4 i. 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Friday. January 15. 1960 Pag* 10-A Law Vigilant as Swastikas Hit Honda LOW* ri^ j>£kMnvjii^ Continued from Pa 8 e M the Jacksonville KS CSir gained "umber of .hr.... including "Death to .11 J~Blown, sporial^ aficnt in so des. campus of the University of Flor ida was Sunday smeared. %  'J swastika, and reports this wees also included the stuffing of mjU K JacksonviUe FBI of.ee. boxes in the Carol City area with cnarg ^^ ,„ >..• if the copies of -Cross and Flas.annMid M w federal cxlortlon Semitic publication of Gerald l K. Smith. licved the incident! of swastika painting around the world were the result of latent anti-Jewish feelings and not of pranksters apinjj German pre-Chrlitnfii epiTemple Beth Am leaders receive best wishes of Moshe Leshn diaht), Consul of Israel for the Southastern region of the United States, as they plan the Temple's first anual dinner for Israel Eonds David Light (left) and Herman Feldman (center) are honorary chairman and co-chairman, respectively, of the dinner to be held Sunday evening, Jan. 24. at the Temple. Harry Golden, author of "Only in America" and "For 2c P'aJ-JJ" be guest speaker. i j" Lt. J. C. Crewe of the '• %  """ villa Detective Division sa'd "all conference members have been advised earlier to be on the lookout for the spread of *wa.t.k. symbols in the South. The Clearing House was set up M Jacksonville in 1958 following • series of terrorist bombings in Jacksonville and Mlavi. The FBI office said that two letters had been turned over to the FBI in Jacksonville which were addressed to the Jacksonville Jawish "We should net be deluded." ha said, "into thinking that these acts are) done> by thugs and pranksters fer ne4sxiett. There is still widespread anti-Semitic reeling lying let* below the surface which will aetae en any occurrence te become actsW laws. Gov. LeRoy Collins issued staement in Tallahassee, calling he Shrek of ant.Senut.sm in Florida "despicable" He f asked1. reoort on the defacing of the s>n acoeues in Jacksonville and m. A ll of the Tamoa swastikas were Tampa 'washed off and workmen repaintTHP Governor said the work was ed the walls on which they had orotably that of vandals rather been smea red. Tampa Police Chief than someone who "had within his Nfi Brown „ that hia officers heart a feeling of hate." •'will ert every effort to put a At the University of Tampa. ^ an ti-Semitc paintings of Moshe Le>hem. Israel Consul for F 11 southeastern states, said he besi gns. MAXWELL fASSLER Social Worker Named Delegate Maxwell Fassler, assistant executive director of Jewish Family and Children's Service, hss been named by Gov. Collins as a dele gate ta the White House Conference on Children and Youth. Fassler will represent all the Florida chapters of the National Assn. of Social Workers. The conference is scneauled for the early part of 1960. Fassler was liaison representative of the four Florida chapters of the National Assn. of Social Workers to the planning meetings for the conference, which were held in Tallahassee in August and October. He is chairman of the South Florida Chapter. Al assistant director of Jewish Family and Children's Service, he is responsible for the agency's program in the areas of family serv ice. family life education, and direct services for children. Fassler helped in the creation and development of the agency's child care program. He has been a delegate to the Family and Child Care Division Harry Golden Will Be at Beth Am Dinner Jan. 24 One of America's busiest journalists today is Harry Golden. Editor of the Carolina Israelite, a 18-page publication that he issues from time to time as a compilation of his reflections on anything under the sun. Golden currently has two books on the best-seller lists. "Only in America" and "For 2e Plain." In preparation for publication shortly is a third book, "Enjby! Enjoy!" which readers are betting will join his previous two books on the beet-seller lists. Recently he helped complete preparations of a dramatization of "Only in America" for Broadway production. The brilliant character actor of stage and screen fame, Nehemiah Persoff. is to play the role of Harry Golden. On Sunday, Jan. 24, Golden will take time out from his schedule to be guest speaker at the first annual Israel Bond dinner sponsored by Temp** Beth Am %  t the Temple, 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Rotund, bespectacled, scarcely more than five and one half feet ; tall, with a laugh that breaks out like a sudden rising gust. Golden has been an institution in Char lotte, N. C. since his arrival in 1939. He was bora in New York on May 2. 1902. His father was a reporter for the Jewish Daily For! ward. An avid reader and youthful enthusiast in the Henry George movement for agrarian reform. Golden was graduated from City College in 19M. Though heartened by success. Golden still remains the man his Charlotte neighbors and his readers have known—an engaging personality who says exactly what he believes. of the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County for the past four years, and for the past tlvree years I ; served as a member of iu executive committee alfies OPEN ALL NIGHT COMPLETE SUNDRIES HALLMARK COSMETICS GREETING CARD PATENT MEDICINES DEPARTMENT PfRIOOKALS A NO HOWARD CHOCOLATE JOHNSON'S SHOPPE ICE CREAM Phone JE 8-5538 1664 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH BISCAYNE FEDERAL Statement of Condition A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT During 1959. less than 4 years alter commencing business, BISCAYNE FEDERAL reached the $20 000 000 mark with subsfemiicn" additions in resources, reserves, savings and mortgage accounts. DURING 159 Saying* Increased 44% Mortgages increased M*/. Assets increased 43% Reserves increased Sl% V are proud to be able to tell you that of the more them 18 million dollars in mortgage loans granted by this Association there has neer been a single dollar lost. This reflects the years oi experience shown in the Board ol Directors and the meticulous care and thoroughness ol the Loan Committee and mortgage loan oliicers. Our main office at Biscayne Boulevard and 18th Street will soon be expanded to almost double its present size, which will give our Savings and Mortgage Departments the extra working space they now require. For our customers' convenience, additional parking space has recently been completed at our main oiiice. Our Northside Branch at NW. 27th Avenue and 79th Street, now in temporary quarters, will move early in the year into its permanent home in the adjacent new Northside Shopping Center. This office is daily serving more and more people and in its new quarters will be able to render even greater service. Our contirued orowth Is a reflertior. of the conlidence the public has placed in us During 1960 BISCAYNE FEDERAL will again grow to better serve you and the entire community of which we are proud to be a part. December 31,1959 ASSETS • Cash on hand and .. ai M a In banks ... $1,822,322.75 ment bond?" U4f,72l33 $ 3,069,051.68 First mortgage loam 15,762^t4o7 Loans on savings accounts 22,667.83 Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank 315,000.00 Biscayne Federal Building, parking lots and equip4* %  **• ment, net 482,7oO.Ol Other assart 193^22.82 TOTAL J 20.045.486J3 LIABILITIES Savings accounts ...,,,.. $17,868,550.39 Loan, in process 1,098,585.19 Advance payments by borrowers for taxes • %  ftam. 141,83161 Other liabilities 2T3J0 Income collected in advance 1,549.96 General reserves 935,247.18 sG&tetkUrTOTAL I AIMRT PALtOT Ptvaaekror $20,045,484.83 MAIN OFf ICE iicayno Blvd. t I |(lStrt 4 CUMINT O/ DIVIDEND A) Pr • % %  e C.-po. ..**• Seeai-Aaeaally tot* account mu-~A 4Bf.~. OKOuol •tHVOS' •o f 10,000 00 NORTHSIDE IRANCH BISCAYNE FEDERAL AMPLE mi PARKING l. ALBERT PA1 lOT AMPl. FHfl • A^'NC



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Friday, January IS. I960 Page 6-B Sn tltel^eafm of Society MISS HtLiNt KRAVITZ Mar. 27 Rites Slated For Kravitz, Supler Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz. 2336 SW 4th st. Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter Helene Loretta. to Allen M. Supler. The groom-to-be is the son of the late Mr. am Mrs. Louis Supovitz, of Pittsburgh. Pa. Miss Kravitz graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Supler attended the University of Miami and received his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Pittsburgh. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh law school, where he was chosen for the Law Review, am.' a member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of Penn sylvania, he specializes in taxation. Mr. Supler served two years with the United States Army in Germany, where he acted as a chief courts-martial defense counsel. He is at present an officer and director of Back ground Music. Inc.. of Pittsburgh. The couple plan a Mar. 27 wedding at the Fon tainebleau hotel. Miss Silvers Weds Lloyd Ruskin Rabbi Joseph Narol officiated at the wedding oi Miss Ileene Joyce Silvers, of Charlotte, \. ('.. and Lloyd L. Ruskin. Miami attorney, on Sunday at Temple [si The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Davii oi Char lotte. Her husband is the • Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin, Bal Harbour. Xhe bride attended the University of Alabama i nd Woman's I lege in Greensboro, N. C. Sim was a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority, and worked for the Colum bia Broadcasting System in Nev York. The groom, who resides at 9181 W. Bay Harbor dr., is president ol Jewish Vocational Service. He received his Bachelor's decree from Vanderbil' University and law decree from the University of Miami, He is a member of the Miami .1 lycees, President's Council of Miami Beach. Decalogue So%  %  it Illinois, Miami Beach Optimists and Masons, Elks and Shriners. His fraternities are Alpha E| Ion Pi social, Beta Epsilon, and the Bar and Gavci honerary legal fraternities. After a wedding trip, 'he couple will live at 9181 W. Bay Harbor dr. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 Sunshine Chapter Luncheon Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its first annual luncheon on Tuesday. 11:30 a.m.. at the Diplomat Country Club. Highlight of the afternoon will be a fashion fur show given by Jerry Lindenbaum, of Frederick's Furs of Surfside. In charge of information are Mrs. Meyer M. Levin. 1241 NE 151st st., and Mrs. Florence Bernstein, 1202 NE 151st St. Damensteins Tell Harriet's Troth The engagement of Miss Harriet Julian Damenstcin to Michael Edward Abbey is announced by the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Damenstein, of Miami. The groom is the -on of Mr. and Mrs Muhael Feldstein, Miami. Miss Damenstein has been as soclated with Lake Shore Theatri Slock Company of Mai the Alterberry Player^ of Montreal, and USO shows for two a half vear'-. She was director ol USO Unit 6, and is a licensed Sunday school teacher. Mr. Abbey was educated in New York, where he graduated from George Washington High School and the National Technical Institute. He was associated with several aircraft companies during World War II. These four workers in the Good Neighbor Division of the United Fund are making plans for follow up work after the Good Neighbor Crusade on Sunday, when every homein Dade county was visited in behalf of the United Fund. Getting all set for the finish up work are (left to right) Mr. William Sperling, a captain in the Good Neighbor Division; Mn. Minna R. Meli, who also has the title of captain; Mrs. Manuel Burstein, district director; and Mrs. George Stone, captain. Paintings by Japanese Due Paintings by Japanese children. between the ages of six and 15, will be exhibited in Miami Beach in March, according to nrti-t Reyna Youngerman. chairman of the committee arranging the project. Committee members present included Mrs. Kenneth Oka, Mrs, Seymour Waldman, Albert Hurwitl, head of the ar! d. part men!. Dade County Board <>f I struction, and Ne l Matthews, dir HI the Wast %  • Gallery, by S. A. JAFNEL, the Artist Will BE HIS MOST CHERISHED GIFT FOR MANY YEARS TO COME Call JE 8-6594 ELLEN HEINS Salon of Charm SLENDERIZING AND BEAUTY SALON J*4 "REDUCE" POUNDS and INCHES ENROLL FOR A SPECIAL MONTHLY GYM CLUB PLAN $25 AlHAMBRA CIRCLE We tpecijliie in reducing, medical niiut* for arthritis, bursitis, •Ic, nerve and muscular relaxation, CORAL GABLES HI 8-3041 r MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME I 24-Hour Nursing Service • Special Diets Strictly Observed • All Rooms on Ground Floor "CenfroHr locofed" It. 1951 Jewish Style Cooking i Spacious Grounds • Reasonable Rates „„ „,„„,,„ r oor Reasonable Rates • Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically III 335 S.W. M AVE. Ph. FR 4,5437 & FR 9-4278 UO ALLEN, D.rtcror Katz. Tanenbaum Betrothal Told A June wedding in Helena. Ark., is in the future of Sandra Reita Katz and Mark Harris Tanenbaum. Their engagement is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Joseph Katz, of Helena. The bride-elect attended Newcomb College of Tulane University in New Orleans, and is now a senior at the University of Miami. She was vice president of Sigma Delta Tau sorority at Newcomb and president of Hillel at Tulane. She now serves as corresponding secretary of Sigma Alpha Eta. speech correction fraternity at the Uni versity of Miami. Mr. Tanenbaum, son of Mrs. Anne Tanenbaum and the late Manuel Tanenbaum, Miami Beach, is a graduate of Miami Beacli High School. He attended the University of Miami, where he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Delia premedical society. Tri Beta, honorary biological society, and Alpha Phi Omega, service fraternity. He will receive his degree from the University of Miami medical school in June. Miss Levine Will Wed Dentist The engagement of Zandra Li vine and Dr. Bernar I Geltter is announeed by her parents Mr. and Mr.-. Louis Levine, ol 1411 still water dr., Miami Beach. Dr. Geltser is (he ion ol Mr. and Mrs. Jules Geltzer. of 7881 SW |9tb st., Miami. The couple plan an April wedding. Miss Levine attended Berkeley School in New York, as well as the University of Miami. Her fiance attended Temple I'm versity school of dentistry in Phil adelphia, and took his graduate training at Northwestern University, Chicago. He was a lieutenant in the IS Navy, and is now a practicing orthodontist. Pallant, Portnoy To Wed in June Mrs. Ned Pallant. of Morgantown. W. Va„ and Mr. Bernard H. Pallant, of Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Enid Joan, to Donald Charles Por"noy, of Philadelphia. Miss Pallant graduated from Miami Beach High School and received her BS and MA deg: I r o m Northwestern University. She has been teaching speech at West Virginia University since the fall of 1958. Mr, Portnoy is a graduate %  [ Juilliard School of Music and was a member ol th faculty of Catholic University in Washington. DC. lie is at present the violinist of the American Arts Trio in i d( nee at West Virginia UniverM'v. A June wedding is being plani and the couple will reside in Morgaotowo. Podharetz Named Editor NEW YORK-Norman Podhor etz, a 30-year-old writer, critic and teacher, habeen named the new editor of Commentary magazine, the American Jewish Committee announced here. Podhorett sueA Memorable Summer for Your Youngsters ie '* Compfef* • Recreation • Sports • Arti, Croffi ond • Field Programs Norton Segal re,C.pU,.,n,.„^&: ryNU,,e,m n Winter Address: 44 SW 3rd St ... ,, M m '. Fia, Miami, Fla-Phone FR 8-2820 Grade "A" NC Bd of Health Sfc-cldlirmn in Formuli C0CR.U1I Coumi nd Bridal Attire PARSONS 3410 COtAl WAT 0>o MM.IT aUfa 711 f U3rd ST. SHOP PING CENTEt Oft** MsMMlay .ltd Friday UH Til • )J 7 fM.VVlff B. SCHER FOR ALL OF YOUR ENGRAVING AND PRINTING NEEDS Phone HI 4-4602 Temple Sinai Group Meets Temple Sinai 39ers meet at the Temple every second Sunday of the month at 7:30 p.m. At the last meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fleischer were elected chairman, and Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein were elected secretary and treasurer ADELPHI %  USINESS AND TUTORING SCHOOL m,mmVt HMM PMsMaj sck-f S~ Y.IUw .„ .„), ho „, Bo#fc Altend.nce accepfd by Dade County Board of Public Instruction 500-524 N.L 79* STRUT Jul West of Biscay,* B ld n 1-7MI M awtovfo WE USE YOUR TEXT BOOKS CORAL GABIES CONVALESCENT HOME •pec.ai D.ets Sine!?! o„7 244,0 •EGISTIIEB NUttSMM MRVKE At-L ROOMS ON **?. P '""•""•< Actlvltl.. RMMoobl* Rota, 0 00 C : LOOR Fardinonrf H n ... Brocl u on RoqueMt Former A...-, Osr M !" ?,"RoMn hL IHl^oK>WIIr **** > 8u > *m Miami. Flo. w, vn iTi in ie fe)r the Aged Pittsburgh. >a. PhoMMOM826



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Friday, January 15. 1960 Jewlsti IhrkUtn Paga 11-A W.nnert la tft* recent Chonuka Home Decora(right), home of Mr. and Mrs C Krua 2035 18 \ M !" V ^J^ff^ deft) home of Mr. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. and Mr*. William Seidman, and second prize was judge. Zionists End 10-Day Session in Jerusalem Continued from Pag* 1-A c.'". and regret that there had I), %  m" Improvement in the sitii.it.cn %  navigation. The Council appealed to world public afinien te denounce tho bc.cctfflp lsranm^otd by ttw Arab Srilrs. It noted "with concern aitjhioarot" that a number of firmifcad yielded to Arab terrorist jsfetsur* and it called Jc.'.s •ri.heut tn world for mcreasfl, vigftattee against Arab boycott Jpeasures and for intensified efttrt to frustrate them. %  tbvr resolution, the Council : 'i::-.A* called upon the Ziontrtent to intensify its aid in the ''mlnptncnt of the State of 1 U welcomed steps to implement faraet's National Water Schenn aid said tbc Zionist movement should mobilize all its energy and resources to assist in the project to irrigate the Negev with the waters of the Jordan River. The Council, expressing "grave concern" over the spread of assimilation, urged priority for Jewish education and culture in the activities of the World Zionist Organization. Another resolution stressed the importance of Hebrew education in strengthening and developing personal and spiritual ties between Jews abroad and Israel. The Council, after prolonged de bate, adopted amendments to the constitution of the World Zionist Organization providing for its reorganization on territorial Urn %  an\f"i>crmitfine fhe broadening of its membership base through the iftiiiation of non-Zionist organizations. The effect of the** amendments is to change the World Zionist Organization from a direct membership •rganizatian into a federation of national or regional organizations. The shekel, traditional symbol of membership, is retained under the amended constitution, but only as proof of the individual's right to vote for delegates to the World Zionist Congress. The resolutions on admission of non Zionist organizations, as finally 'adopted, stated: "The Congress or ICouncil, upon the executives proposal, may decide to admit as members or associate members of | 'that World Zionist Organization 1 such bodies as will accept the Zionist program and may make special I arrangements for their firm partic; ipation in the Zionist Congress, the Council and other organs of the WZO." A resolution formally confirmed the Council's decision to convene the next World Zionist Congress in December. 1960. Another resolu tion affirmed that continuation of the Jewish National Fund was THceaaary for the Zionist movement. Another resolution proclaimed a commemorative year for the late Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah, to commence next December. Regular Monthly Luncheon Temple Tifcreth Jacob Sisterhood will hold its regular monthly luncheon on Thursday noon, Jan 21, at the Temple. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Nat Iloitzcr and Mrs. Max Lebowitz. January 76 March Pot Tin,,: IX • C.U TUHlit *r **(* m Norton Tire (&-?" '• i OPEN 24 HOURS^, 0 S300 N.W. 27th AVE. B. F. GOODRICH TIRE PRICES REDUCED 5 TO 25% LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 A P. GOODRICH FULL RETREADS 75 750x14 Latest Tread Designs Looks A Wear* Like New. Guaranteed Like New Premium Grade WHITEWALLS $1 EXTRA 14" TIRES 15" TIRES > SIZE Per Tlr SIZI *r TV* T50H4 7.7S640x15 8.20* •WiU 8.45" 470.15 8.9S •Mi 14 8.95 9.45* 7I0I5 8.70* SOli IS— M0il4 TGOilS 1 0.4S* tOOnlS—820(15 10.95* *ricM Icitlgtc I'i TII-SIIH Tn tittt hn ilcfi*1t Tirt m kM I SO BRAKES RELINED ALL FOUR WHEELS S095 WHILE YOU WAIT! First QMlity Original Ea.ipment Irak* Lining I Parts FORD CHEV. PLYM. All Other American Cars Mr GUARANTEED 10.000 Ml. OR 1 FULL YEAR 2 STORES ONLY MIAMI, sat n. rusiia ST. mam IEACHI IISI noa ROAI EASY CREDIT rou MAMS TM ram 10' 6ETS YOU ROLLING NORTON V T IRE" MUM 1344 N.W rtk AVI, MIAMI N.W. 2nd AVE. MIAMI ft. FLADiER ST. MIAMI IEACH 1454 ALTON ROAI MIAMI IEACH 1145 ABI0TT AVI NORTH MIAMI 1)344 N.W. Ttfe AVL HAILARDALI 29 NORTH 0IXIE HWT. SOUTH MIAMI UN SOUTH DIXIE MARATHON 04. I SA00WSKI M.VS. HOMESTEAD 112 S. KR0ME AVL KEY WEST MO GREEN ST.



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Page 16-A +Je*istrk>riditeri Friday, January 15, jggg Golda Says Jordan Project to Continue JERUSALEM-UTA^-Mrs. Golds Meir, Israel's Foreign inister Suez Canal j sh.p^an^cargo^ declared here that "no power can prevent our development of ong JSISJ^ ^^ Tuesday water resources or other projects and no factor can dictate what we. ^ ^^ can do within our country." he Tunes .aid I 0.1116$ DrfVO Sets ^:^Ts^:X. Coin Boards Here Some 900 Greater Miami Legionr sires, reprecenting posts throagfa the county, this born announced a month ago. but when he he dent Gatnal Murad Ghaleb. Col. Nasser and ne Minister of the UAR wm* Aswan, participatmg hr %  •"•• tion for the start of work on the h IK h dam there. The refusal Foreign new Speaking during the debate in Knesset on the new Cabinet and government program, Mrs. Meir said that development of the country's resources was an elementary right which Israel would execute "with all means at our disposal." plans to divert Jordan River water to irrigate portions of the Negev, Mrs. Meir stressed that "what we gees, Mrs. Meir "there is only one solution tlement in the Arab countries." Asserting that the Arab refugee problem represented one of the ,, I simplest of all refugee problems to ^i^SJ^JSJSS solve, she cited the similarity of language, customs and culture ot the Palestinian Arabs with that of „ the neighboring Arab countries are doing w.th.n our borders ,s our ^ J !" nothJng ()) pre business. She asserted that Ismmml lh rael's water resources development "cannot depend on the whims of the Cairo dictator," President Nasser of the United Arab Republic, who has declared the UAR will fight to prevent the irrigation project. In what apparently was a warning to Western nations about renewed efforts to win President Nasser's friendship, Mrs. Meir said that Israel welcomed "any steps toward peace, but appeasement of aggressors is not a step toward peace." Replying to critics the govern__ 1 Dr. Bunt-he vi-sed ^ajro last "" 1( ;r (he -governW enfs position weekend to discuss with the Gov to !" n !" blockade was rement's policies on the Arab refu en of the UA R its continued on the an ,lN !" D '," 40 mi insisted ttatgjSnJ bIockade agains brae fcyed t.Dr. B unche n. &f 0 nu -seti nn hph ,, f of secretary General conference with IT. "' Dag Ilalar'skfold .IKS" v.sil had cental t the Times. 40 minute acvent the solution of the problem except the attitude of the Arab rulers who are indifferent to the fate of the refugees." Egypt Adamant On Suez Canal U.S. Interests Seen Hurt By Arab Anti-Israel Boycott NEW YORK-(JTA)-The United Arab Republic has informed Dr. Ralph J. Bunche. United Nataxpayer. Continued from Page 1-A imposes unnecessary expenditures and economic losses upon all the countries of th Middle East, it subverts the purposes of United States economic assistance and makes I lie Middle East more dependent upon such American aid. Arab League economic warfare therefore places unnecessary and additional burdens upon the American lions Undersecretary for Special Political Affairs, that it would continue to deny passage through the NG THE WEEK... US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A would not even be admissable as evidence in the courts." • • • INQUIRY VS. INQUISITION CUCH investigations, he noted. ** aggrandize t h e Congressmen involved — Truman's national defense quiz. Nixon's pursuit of the Hiss-Chambers affair. McCarthy and Communism—but the tragedyis that "beyond the blasted lives. Congressional inquiries fail." According to Dr. Levy, they have done no more than uncover information already known to the FBI. LONG DISTANCE MOVING IfiKE-RlVRN U5 £1 fo off points in the country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN WITHOUT CHAKGE ACE* HUB. VAN LI MS. IXC. 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue 5-6496 MIAMI The Brandcis professor's presentation was both brilliant and stimulating. But his charge against Congressional invest igat ions— however much he recognizes their ultimate need—holds for his address; it merely dug up the past. Apart from the fact that other than Communist inquiries are also a vital part of the investigative process, what of the conspiracy today and its future impact on individual civil liberties in the name of national defense? Does the thin line of -minimum standards of tair play" for which Dr. Levy argues | constitute a sufficient guarantee that inquiry shall not become injquisition where ambitious legislators and their trials are involved? This is a particularly cogent question in light of the rising incidence of Nazi activity, behind which a Communist hand is apparently if perhaps erroneously seen. In our next round of being protected from the danger without, will we stumble on the danger within? Such is Germany's situation today as once again she prepares to hate Jews in the name of her antiCommunism—to hate them with the legal sanction of her courts. For this, another time. "We shall continue to expose these evils in the conviction that on political and economic as well as moral grounds, the Arab League boycott must be resisted by the United States Government, by American business, and by the American public." The statement was signed by tInfollowing presidents: Bernard Abrams, Jewish War Veterans of the United States; Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein, American Israel Public Affairs Committee: Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Moe Falik man. American Trade* Union Council for Labor Israel; Moses I. Feuerstein. Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America: Dr. Miriam Freund. Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America. Also. Mrs. Rose L Halprin. Jewish Agency for Israel; AdolpH Held. Jewish Labor Committee; Mrs. Charles Hymes, National Council of Jewish Women; Bernath L. Jacobs, United Synagogue of America; Label Kut/, Biiai B'rith; Mrs. Clara Left, Labor Zionist Assembly; Rabbi Irving Miller. American Zionist Council; Rabbi Joachim Print, American Jewish Congress; Abraham Redelheim. Zionist Organization of America; Rabbi Isaac Stollman. Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi; and David Ullman. National Community Relations Advisory Council. out the county, this week began the sHe li H wi s o-n -at* dieses boards for the new March of Dimes. These boards arc being placed in bars, super markets and, other retail establishments, Ray Clark, a Legion spokesman, said. Dimes collected in the boards will be used for polio patient care, furtherance of the use of Salk vaccine, and for research to combat arthritis and crippling birth defects. %  Mr. Business Man ft Mrs. Housewife The Jewiah Horn* for th* Aged Thrift Shop, needs your furniture, appliances, clean clothing, luggage, drapes, lamps, dishes, pots, pane, silverware*, shoots. bedspreads, etc. All proceerfl fo fa f Ummit tfie mainfeiMNCa of *r diitlmfuhheA resislests* THE HOME THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Ave. T.l-ah.n. NI 3-233* Please Caff ei for Pkk-mp. %  personalized service at the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service except rosfc hashono and yom kippvr 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 It!" ALL-STATE SALVAGE, INC. 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Page 10-B Gloria and Leon Lowenstein Nurses' Residence which will be dedicated in ceremonies at Mt. Sinai Hospital Sunday. Nurses' Residence To Be Dedicated Gloria and Leon Lowenstein Nurses' Residence of the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami will be dedicated in ceremonies Sunday at 2 p.m. The facility represents a Found er's gift of upward of $250,000 to Block, director of the JVS Shei Mt. Sinai, and includes three tered Workshop. Floyd Ruskin is •loors and 70 air-conditioned and president of the agency, a Greater Miami Jewish Federation affiliate. JVS Program on Television Jewish Vocational Service will be the subject of a half-hour telecast on WPST, ch. 10. Wednesday ciiarlea Bloch, at 10 a.m. Miss Molly Turner will. u>. ***£>* act as program moderator. Principals on the program are Dr. Michael Goodman. JVS executive director, Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, vice president of JVS. and Don Women to Launch Their Fund Drive Greater Miami women will open their Combined Jewish Appeal campaign with a Pacesotteri Tea on Tuesday, it was announced by Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the Women's Division. TM even) will take place 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, 5080 N. Bay rd. Helping to inaugurate the Wornens Division drive will be ZVj Kolitz. producer of Israel's first motion picture. "Hill 24 Doesnl Answer." a film which was awarded international prizes in Canne> and Mexico City. At the function, women will give their personal plus-contributions, above those of their husbands, pointed out Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff and Mrs. Inez Krensky, cochairmen of the event. Handling the arrangements for the affair is Mrs. Jack Ablin. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will coordinate the program, and Mrs. Elsie Shakman is attendance chairman. comMlsa Friday. January 15. 1960 (i. heated apartments on the water front some 300 feet behind the old hospital building. The residence will house 132 nurses, and is adjacent to Mt. Sinai's olympic-size swimming pool Each floor contains a laundry room, washers, dryers and ironing facilities. Main lobby consists of a reception room and lounge, television room and library. As a result of the Gloria and Leon Lowenstein gift, Mt. Sinai iffers accommodations to its staff nurses at $30 per month. The residence invocation will be by Msgr. William Barry, of St. Patrick's Church. Greetings will be by S. C. Levenson, chairman of the dedication committee, and Miami Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell. Dr. S. Charles Werblow. of the hospital medical staff, will speak on 'The Physicians' Appreciation of the Nurses' Residence," Also on the program are Mrs. Carmen Ross, director of nursing education and nurses; Mrs. Philip Lef Members ••! the I mil lef are Miss Ann Berkowltt. Sue Berkowlts, Mesdames Sam Blank, Ben Blum, "tt" BreaIrody, Jack earner, i Chalkln, Aaron urahon, Aaron KWr. William Pelt, William Feuer, Richard Fleming, Stanley Fretilin*, Louis rjlasser, Mesdames George Ooldberg, Louis E aoldman, Sam A, Goldstein, Mor•is c in.in. David Haber, 8 •' Hal%  ••-riii. A l Harris. S-> m..ui Hi Hi Nathan Qumenlck. Bam .1 Helman, Herman Jacobs, Ernest Janis. JMI Katiman. Mesdamei Philip Lefkowltt, Bain C Levenson, eaeph Upton, Bamuel Lipton Ale* Manson, Anna Brenner Meyers, A. J Molaaky, Harry Kufson, Clem MiriMni. Bamuel Orltt, David Phillips, Leo Robinson, Sam Itnst. Olda Rubin, Dan Ruskin, Samuel T. Saniro, Sidney Bchwarti. M, isdames Arnold Seeder, Murray A Bhaw, David Bernaker, Harry simonhofr, Oscar BlndelL Milton Blr> Haven School in 1960. beginning gfc B w aT?.ef 'L^n.rd''^"wl... its tenth year of operation, has Mortimer Wlen, and M. Eaban. the Open House At Haven School Final preparations for the Combined Jewish Appeal Pacesetters' Tea are in the hands of these capable community leaders shown at a coffee held in the home of Mrs. Leonard Abess (seated right). The Big Gifts function, which will kick otf the campaign among Dade county's women, is scheduled Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. Shown with Mrs. Abess are (left to right) Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. a co-chairman of Pacesetters. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Women s Division campaign chairman, and Mrs. Sam Levenson. Jai-Alai Keeps Up Fast Pace With Dania Jai Aiai Palace at-. The various championship races tendance and pari-mutuel play up have kept the players jumping and as. ~;•. ^'"piin., ff22££l Palace is maintaining a fast pace flf ^ international Championso far this season, considering that sn ip. The first round winners were Dania had its best season in hisOndarra-Aldecoa, who are repre tory last year. I senting the Basque region of Spain. grown steadily from the first piece-meal buildings to a fullfledged school dedicated to tht training of mentally retarded children inadmissable to public schools. To reacquaint the people of Miami with the Haven School, the Miami Alumnae League of Sigma Delta Tau. with the assistance of the Parent's Club of the school, will sponsor an open house at Haven School on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. Now included on the 35-acre tract in Kendall. Fla., are an administration building, three classrooms, three dormitories, infirmary with three four-bedroom wards and a kowitV, president of tiki Women's cotUge for older girls. The newest Max Orovitz, president addition, the cottage. ii a cornAuxiliary; of Mt. Sinai: and Lowenstein. Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom, will ofier the dedicatory prayer. Benediction will be by Rev. R. Wiley Scott, of the Miami Beach Community Church. DPhiE Assn. 'Fun Night' pletely new idea at Haven School to train older girls in the art of homemaking. Sigma Delta Tau alumnae since 1950 have contributed over $5,000. Their most notable project was the dedication of a classroom in 1955 in memory of Ann Rubin Novack, a tireless worker for Haven School before her death in 1954. Recently, the sorority group cornDelta Phi Epsilon Alumnae Assn. of Miami will hold a "fun night" Saturday at the home of P letel V finished and decorated a Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wishner, 1485 CHUenwc" room in the adminisDaytonia rd., Biscayne Point. Protratlon building, and has furnished ceeds are for National Cystic Fithe cottage for the older girls' new brosis. experiment. SOMETHING NEW Seperate entrance for our Installment Loan Department. ., A new Walk-Up Window... The most convenient Drive-Up Window in town .. OPEN DAILY9 to 4 %  .•member...rtgulor bonking houri, ot always Monday thru fridoy 9:30 lo 2; f*,.*m, MS Fridoy evening! J to 8. 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CAMPAIGN NEWS YOUR COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL IN PICTURE AND STORY OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION No. 1 A SUPPLEMENT OF TOU (ItmUA 'PUUdHm JANUARY 15, 1960 An open letter to the Jewish community of greater Miami 1960 CJA Leaders Call For A New Era of Generosity As our community prepares for our annual Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, we believe it is essential that certain facts be clearly understood. This first edition of "Campaign News" states these facts and describes vast human needs with which we must be deeply concerned. The Jews of Miami — all Jews — have an obligation to fellow Jews in need. We also must contribute to the enrichment of Jewish life — now, and in the future — here, and everywhere. All of us want to live and bring up our children as proud citizens of a progressive community. How we meet these obligations will demonstrate how much we understand, what we truly believe, and just what we value most in our lives. Israel's Jews lack the minimal things they must have for lives of selfrespect. Most pressing are the needs of the 60,000 refugees who came to Israel in recent years, who are still without adequate housing and who live in the ma'abarot — immigrant shantytowns, under conditions that are unacceptable in any country which places high value upon human dignity and freedom. After much careful planning, evaluation and appraisal, Miami's communal leaders have come up with their own estimate of the minimum needs we face. In their judgment, $3,068,920 will cover the rock-bottom requirements of the Combined Jewish Appeal's 57 local, national, and overseas beneficiaries in 1960. It may take more. These are facts, and they add up to the high cost of saving and building lives. How are these funds to be provided? By us, the leaders, workers and contributors in our Combined Jewish Appeal. There is no one else. None of us can ignore, deny, or abdicate these responsibilities. None of us is exempt. Our achievement in 1960 must meet our needs, reflect our capacity, and be worthy of our Jewish heritage. General Chairman Jffjf or.


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Friday. January 15. i960 Page 4-A "eJewislti OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 i — %  % %  %  FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Floridian ***** *~r W&r M,'• ? T wcond-clau n alter %  .. .. .,-. 'TMihi under the Act of Marcn I. ^ ^ The Jewish Floridian hV^ f .Mh. h J^W" T"B'S 1 ? the Jewth Weekly. .^ S L" t W'' 111 ". 1 Se *„ A B ency. Seven *['• '"';, ,ffi A !" ^* '"". ftpaftggjft. —^ B T h T re E eVear,$'0 00 durinq the ir M i *< II • • b y LEO MINDLIN eeU SUBSCRIPTION One Year $5.00 Number 3 Volume 34 Friday, January 15, lS&u 15 Teveth 5720 I (3^5^rAA^Vy -••• oVKTa^vuc —in Atlanta < r I. I J A DOLP VON THAOD8N, pro. ** pafandlst for the Deutsche Keichs Partei, whtch has Trp u dialed any possible .connexion, with the recent violent ma a t tation of anti-SemiQsgi iq Germany, hit hard at the n>. N.r their arrival are sufficient i IUSC momentarily to survey of the German judicial condition in order I i ioe our own, Dr Leonard Levy, the graduate school of .Brandeis \'niversity. in an address before the P.randeis University Club of Greater Miami i n Saturda: i xony hotel, charged that Congressional investigations are usurping the role of our courts, which persist in their refusal to do anything about it. Labeling the inquiries "legislative .rial-.'' Dr Levy examined the historical basis of such. Congressional activity which, he declared, "is an investigative power necessary to the enactment of valid laws id have run the the 1920s and '30's, he noted, some of the nation's great liberals were praised for thuir inquiry into Harding Administration scandals, the excesses of management, and the outrages of Wall Street. New Dealers like LaFollette. Norris, Wagner, and Hugo Bl.uk achieved recognition in this regard. Congressional quizzes, he said, go back to 1792. and gamut "from witch hunts to white wash." During Sli Understanding Begins in Hearts of Men B Like the shot heard round the world, the onti-Semitic outburst that hit the Jewish community of Cologne, Germany on Christmas eve is now with us in Florida. But the fire at Lexington and Concord launched the fulfillment of man's aspiration to be free; the conflagration set by a handful of Nazi sympathizers in Cologne are the cinder and ashes of burned cut hatred—a hatred that sent six million Jews to their concentration camp graves less than two decades ago. Numbers are no criterion, and this is something the world should understand. Small as a force the new German dictator-minded may be, they are a force with which to be reckoned — one that on another occasion proved its capacity to develop at a moment's notice into a monstrous movement and that catapulted presumably civilized men into the second global war of the twentieth century. The swastikas that defaced the Cologne Synagogue have since traveled throughout the The Eternal Light Awards The Eternal Light award dinner Monday evening at the Hollywood Beach hotel honors two Greater Miamians well-known to their neighbors—and to a large number of Americans and persons throughout the world for their philanthropic and civic-minded endeavor. The Jewish Theological Seminary of America wUl cite Mrs. Jennie Grossing*'and Sam Goldfarb. The dinner, itself, is a tribute o the Seminary as one of the great centers of learning and scholarship. sSS I n ? ? gain P roves its continuing sponsorship of ethical and traditionally reliqous principal. In human affairs no less than m its world-renowned educational program major cities of Western Europe and America lo reach into Florida and Greater Miami. We welcome Gov. LeRoy Collins' sharp condemnation of these vicious apparitions. We commend the state's law enforcement officers who are doing everything within their power to contain the vandalism. But vigilance is not enough. The condemnation and the statements of opprobrium must come from the hearts of men everywhere no less than horn the voices of their leaders. Short of a determined vow on the part of each cf us that ugly racism of this sort will not be permitted to run rampant a second time within a single generation, official efforts can be considered little more than welcome formality. Information reaching us from New York mS^? C T S ? Qt f ,he unre P"ea anests made thus far. the majority of the apprehended culprits are youngsters between 12 and 18 ZffZ. a ? e Tper30ns Wi,houl a background *S3£ h a,e movemen,s ,een ag b tL. But ft 5 ,he kind of mischief that feeds ? Jr i NaZ1 P re,enhon "d as time go^by LT„ y .^ me m v crea8in 9ly difficult ,o draw atrncephere that makes i, sp^uaily^uLor of the youth of this nation to be attracted^ SI fancy cf the hate monger that conrS Y Semitism as roundly as i would helVf" tion of any other form of u'nwfe^ wi^P^T!o^ofanSmi, 0 a ^i tSd h NSor T y £r^ UN subcommission vS ^ aiv'e n "' "^ a cussion to the problem 9 PU n ^ dis SEARCHING IWVISTIC4T/0N AND DM MOCfSS UT THE LATTER, a Supreme Court Justice today, is typical of the liberal minds of our time who condemned the investigative aetivII • j of Jenner, Eastland. McCarthy. McCarran. Velde. and others. N : iit, Dr. Levj indicated, that the nature of Congressional inquiries has changed for the worse In 1925. one commentator called them professn hers of dun-hills More recently, noted columnist waiter Uppman spoke of such investigations as "a k-galued itwerty that doetn'i stop short of cannibaUsa." ^^ lnau-. .ura.inB the first of a three-lecture winter sefiel here under the auspices of the Brandeis University Club. Dr. Lew-declared that 1 •' "'•< the aspects of a court trial, bnt thev "J*.* 1 ,l le Thus. Congremen are iurtee :\f x : l" : '"-'> '•> character assassin.Hon. %  hi'this • the spini ol the Bill of Rights a4so. IncWetrt.Hy. 'in of confronting their aWusert. crwsThu %  '""' '"'*' r (,, '""'"t.c guarantee*. Sn'ahK r.^1'*' h Vmi u a,1> n ,ed ,he ,a,c !** McCarthy was unt b e n% toW. witness;. ••The rt*tu* urnforn ••„ n ,^',m i f?' M b > ,hls committee*' CalnTTor "nqui,? Dr TPVVTP Tl"?* l U P a> s Procedural ruk* of -e\ i;,'i V f erc thould ** no coaf,,c b etween of law onThc olher "' gaU n n ,he nC h nd %  du pr NMMHW THl NONCONfOKMISI l^ifSS THAT 'V S6f 5 f ,he constitution give, each House I— a d „" -.ives '" '"^" Sh s own P^edural rnt. K. minimum SdJE ISS^** !" -^nced-pcMs^^ere courts the Brandei. i, ,n c >' n 'cal commentary on. the a Practice nv?rt, V:?n^r ft 'T ld,tod U ,t riade ">cn. ahhouih ,i ^ t l ', r ?' motlvM of invesfljsjinf Con! a'mough it „ acknowledged that invalid JWuIrie^ are v H C nart.d bU, ,l;; f n ,h meriCan "^^ """ £-£**•< %  rawf S enCe Thev ta^-PH**^ b > "t'midaloninXS ^"J CommunUt*-:^|aMJhti auto da fe-even houah ? nn cr f the lncient star'cliambef ariS can prove da ^ to ^ either. Such legislative triaji THUS in '" UU ,K he W y "' Mti0Ml • W,ri,y h 'ch punishes ii \SL I e,,abIl h • k'nd of perpetual with the attendant by natlon humiliation and black"They make no an n w" t W ) f ,hc P 0 *" of •"" "• lfveD %  Uwances or youth, naivete, good intent room for redemption • nnoccnc *"e decUred. "Nor do they leave Jr > %  '"rJSmay hav 8 P w "'i • Communist In the en. But i of yesterday ,. todays respectable d. "to estabh tUgMa* ov „ look thil> r*. U vy •uspicion based on uncorroborted alle|atioo that Cont,ni,,d on P aBt |4_ A



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CJA CAMPAIGN NE PAGE EIGHT Development Aims At Newcomers AARON KRAVITZ A new Federation development program, called "the most creative function in a decade," is under the direction of Aaron Kravitz, a co-chairman of this year's CJA campaign. With the aim of increasing the ranks of federations workers and contributors Kravitz and his committee hope to secure the active participation of newcomers to the community. "A good Jewish community requires a strong Federation." said Kravitz This strength is possible only with the constant introduction of new interested people to the Federation and its agencies It will be our job to secure the interest and services of these people. BY TELEPHONE, by car, and through hundreds of personal calls, these busy executives recently sparked a big CJA pledge collection program which produced $300,000 in cash. In charge was Jay I. Kislak who heads the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal as one of the co-chairmen of the drive. He is shown at a planning session in the center photo seated between Julian Weinkle (left) and Seymour Rubin (right). Standing (rear) are R. Williams Apte and Howard Kane, who also worked on the cash drive. "The Cash Committee turned in an exemplary job, and all are to be comrr ended,] said Kislak. Among the others active on the comn were Jimmy Aberman, Milton Balsam, Jerry Blank, I Cravitt, Leon Ell, Allen Freehling, Mel Frumkes, Cyi ber. Bill Glosser, Sol Goldman, Hank Green, MeU^ Green, Allen Greenberg, Sem J. Heiman, Max KcJk Nat Ratner, Raymond Rubin, Dan B. Ruskin, Abra Shukat, George Simon, Milton Sirkin, Emanuel Smi* Harry Smith, and Louis Spector. Chairman Aaron Kravitz (seated second f in and his chairman William WemtraubT..? 1 !'* (s and,n ) Seymour Roth, Nat Friedman. Rabbi center) kick-off their Federation Development Pr1^" "*"'*' Richard Kil H ^ ,n S T1 gram with the aid of a strong committeT F ^h ^ Mey r$ and M <*••"•** Seated astic group shown at their f.rst planninr, J *'* ** Schreiber Kravitz. Weintreub. M/ Don* 9 sess.on Horow.tz and Jerry Weintreub.



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Page 12-A Academy Officials Expect to Surpass Last Year's Attendance at Annual Dinner "KCa (Hnnei "airfrrrlitrce meeting Sunday at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Councilman Wolfie Cohen, chairman of the Hebrew Academy's 12th annual scholarship dinner, said "we shall surpass last year's record attendance if ticket sales continue at this rate." The SlOO-per-couple dinner wil! be held this year at the Fontaine bleau hotel on Jan. 12. B. I. Binder said proceeds of the affair are al located for the school's scholarship fund, which provides the educational needs of 80 percent of its 300 students. Binder also reported that the presidents and spiritual leaders of Dade county's Temples and synagogues will attend the Academy's annual scholarship dinner. "Theattendance of our leaders at this affair clearly indicates the community role the Academy plays in Jewish life here, Binder added. This year's dinner is being tendered in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Merwitier, active workers in civic and religious affairs. Highlight of the evening will be the presentation of a cantata, "The New Learning." by students of thr Academy. A chair of 60 voices under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag will participate in the narrative depicting the "modern look" in Hebrew Day School education. Also to be featured during the evening's program is the dedication of the Guardians of Torah. initiated at last year's annual dinREPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Largtit and Oldtat Hebrew Supply House in Greater Miami WHOLE SALt ami KIT All Complete Line of Hebrew Supplie* for Synagogue*, Hebrew and Sunday School! ISRAELI GIFTS and NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach JEHersea 1-9017 nerrthose who pledge an annual contribution of $500 towards a scholarship for one student at the school. Special plaques will be presented to these donors. "Congregations and Temples which sponsor scholarships for deserving students at the Academy will also be considered Guardianof Torah. The rabbi and president of each sponsoring synagogue will be presented with a special citation, "Samuel Reinhard and HarrySchwartz, co-chairmen of the pro ject, said. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy, will induct the Guardians of Torah. Working with Cohen and Dr. Milton S. Lubarr, chairman of arrangements. are Harry Genet. Charles Frucht man. Max Kamiel. Jacob Kaufman. Kolman Luria, Jack Satin, Louis Merwitzer. Joseph Cohen, Irvine Firtel, Samuel Reinhard, Raymond Rubin, Max Silverberg, Isidore Spolter. Benjamin Appel. Jerome Bienenfeld. Sol Goldman, Herbert Berger, Morris Bienenfeld. Adolf Blank, Rabbi Jonah Caplan, Mor his Dubler, Martin Genet. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Joseph Gonshor, Henry Groudan, Hyman Jablon. George Kimmel, Harry Koretzky. Aaron S. Lauer. Samuel Magid. Oscar Mamber. 1. H. Mellman, Morris B. Miller, Henry Pcnchansky, M. H. Rosenhouse, Julius Rosenstein, Jerry Schechter, Tobias Simon, Harry Schwartz, Rev. Joseph Shapiro. Benjamin Sherry, Dr. Matthew Zuckerman, Nat Potamkin, and Sidney Rubinowitz. Friday. January 15, jc "Set <% No. Dade Eyes Program for "60 Stanley L. Cohen, president of North Dade Jewish Jewish Center, this week predicted 'a new high" in activities for the Center. Men's club met Wednesday under the leadership of Marvin Rosman, president. Mrs. Fred Blank, president, said that Sisterhood will hold its annual donor luncheon in March. Beaux Arts Ball of the Center is being planned for Feb. 13. Rabbi to Discuss Swastika Frenzy Regular monthly meeting of the [ Dade chapter, American Jewish Congress, Saturday evening will feature Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, of I Temple Ner Tamid. He will discuss the recent appearance of swastikas, which have been smeared on business places and houses of worship. The meeting will be held at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. bldg., 1133 Normandy dr. President Louis B. Hoberman will moderate a panel discussion of anti-Semitic developments throughout the world. Young Adult League of Miami Hebrew Congregation recently! founded by Rabbi Herschell Saville. Pictured above are proJ tern board members. Seated (left to right) are Sheila Green,! Judy Boraks, Phil Cowan and Gail Geller. Standing (left to] right) axe Rabbi Saville, Edward Bernstein. Judy Jacobs, Merit! Kroop and Harold Bader. Beth David Sets Xoc a s '"9 ,ej f0 Dflnce Second Semester Couples Club fo Gather Business meeting and election of officers for the newly-formed Cou pies Club of Congregation Beth El will take place on Sunday evening at the congregation. Mr. and Mrs. William Graber will be hosts. ,wiee IJAUcisions require time r^UAfSfcy Surely it is only good sense to devote as much attention to selecting a family burial estate as you would to making your will. Yet so often one tends to postpone this important derision until an emergency arises. Isn't today the best time to start planning? Whv not find out about Mount Nebo now. Here,'in MUI.II, finest and oldest Jewish crmeterv, a Perpetual Care Fund exceeding 1100,000, guarantees .he permanent beauty and care of Mount Nebo. You ii'ver pay for maintenance taxes and ssessmenls cannot be levied And Mount Nebo is so terrnrly lovely ... accessible ...so uell established ... it has already bern the choice of over 4.000 Jewish families. Why not secure full detads? MIAMI-S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETEKY Mount Nbo Cemttery 5505 N.W. 3rd Str^t, M.omi, Morido Please send me, uithoul obligation, full information on Family Burial Estates in Afo-ni l \ebo. Zone State v//////?/ 5805 Northweat 3rd Street Phone MOhawk 1-7693 Beth David began its second semester of Adult Jewish Studies last week. Courses are still open for new registrants. Tuesday mornings, from 10 to 11 a.m., the following courses are being offered: "Beginners Hebrew." "Understanding Our Hebrew PrayersSelections from the Friday Night Service," and "The Book of Proverbs. From 11 a.m. to 12 noon. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg conducts a discussion group on "Jewish Ethical Living," dealing with ethical principles involving the role of the individual, the home, and the community, and is based on the text, "Jewish Ethical Living," by David Aronson. On Wednesday evenings from 8 to 9 p.m., the following courses are being offered: "Beginner's Hebrew." "Inter mediate Hebrew—for Those Who, Can Read," "Understanding Our Hebrew Prayers-Selections from the Friday Night Service." and "The Bible—Selections from the Book of Deuteronomy." The second hour, from 9 to 10. P.m., is devoted to a study of the! Prophets. This class is taught by .•. ,. Rosenber 8and shows how the Hebrew Prophets can influence I religious thinking today. It is based on the text. "When Religion Be comes Vital," by Mortimer J. Cohen. I Registration for the Tuesdav morning institute will be held on Tuesday 9:30 a.m., in he scnoo| office. Registration for the Wed nesday evening institute will be te l i! r r*222 !" '* 'P-* m the auditorium of Beth David. BetheJocolT Lecture Series Third lecture in a sene, offer.* bv Rabbi Tibor Stern ^"u,. • be jointly sponsored by the synagogueand the Sisterhood and scheduled for Tucso^ pt %  -Sd^!s-:^ e n S : Miami Hebrew Book Store -| W Bt. S c H h ,NCT 7 E vr Cocktail dance by B'nai B'r Social Singles will be held at Roney Plaza hotel on Saturday 9 p.m. B'nai B'rith Social Smgk is a group composed of adults Jewish faith over 35 years of al and active in Greater Miami It the past four years. To Life in Heartt We Leau 1 Behind ... It to Livt Porvr! 1 flflk PALMER'S MEMORIALS ,/* A'gflfc "MUmmrt 0ly 1 j£J( Jewish ei—wnai 'u**i R.iWeri" Scheduled Unvo.iingt SUNDAY, JANUARY 17 MfTII ZIKKERJKAN, 11:30 a.-. Rabbi lnm( Lehman m. iimmi UNNTMI fork MARRY WRSItttW, 1 Rabb. Tibor H. Stern "May Thear Soul* Repose in EunUl Pttct''' AIIANOIMtNTS IY PALMtrs MIAMI MONUAU NT CO. ISRAELI RELIGIOUS *u Nfeaiw twmm rot srNAeoems a wm mmts U57 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 Call JEfferson 1-7677 NEWMAN FUNERAL HOME 1333 Dade Boulevard Miami Beach Edward T. Newman Funeral Director



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Friday, January 15, 1960 Jewish thx-kHan LI0AL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I IIVEN that thr undeisluned. desiring lu rniair In businei-s under the fictitious name of • I El, AI'TS. at 3 H.W. loth Bt.. i nd* t" register aald name with th.' Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade i "iinty. Florid*. BTIIK1, WALLMAN IKYINE C SPEAR Attorney for Applicant ;g Lincoln Kuad 12/2S. 1/1-S-l. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY No. MC1IM1 1.1: AI VALUE HOMES, INC. a Florid* rorporatlon, ITalntiif. v. l.ol'IX VOOEL A MRS. I.MI-IH VOUE1. Ill'HERT I.KE KING A JUSTIN*! KINO, hi* wife CENTRAL INSURANCE AOENCT, ItOBERT W. TIJIPSON A MART A. T1MKBON. bl* wife. Defendant*. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HOBatRT LEE KINO A JUSTINE KINO. hi. wife address unknown PLEASE TAKE NOTIOB that there 1 .II> been filed thla day In the above % tyled Court by Real Value Homes, Inc.. Complaint to Foreclose, a Mortrage and Agreement for Deed on the following described Real Property: Lota IT, U, the Baud ( faet of Lot M!I In Hlock 1 of NORTH HIAl.KAH HEIGHTS according to the I'lat thereof recorded In Hat Book 27 at page It of the Public Records of l>ade County. Florida. You are required to plead or appear t %  raid Complaint on or before the 5th day ..f February, 1*60 by filing a copy of your answer with the Clerk of thla • and serving a copy of same upiii Herman T. lala. allot n. \ for Plalnhff. 1.1.", Madrrla Avenue, Coral Uablr* Elorida otherwise the allegations i.f the Complaint will be taken a* con|i aaed by you. K H LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i %  nit Court. Iiade County. Florlila ...1) Hy: K. M I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk 1/8-15-22-29 My&to Page 15-A BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE "f\., r pill* he'd or* so short. I do wish IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE OOUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 58C 3M LOUIS HENRY DALEY, Plaintiff. •RAK MARTS DALEY, """ """" 1 Nfcndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LOUIS HENRY DALKY. R.K. 1 Csrllnvllle. Illinois YOU ARK HERKIIY NOTIFIED that a Petition to reduce arrears of allJ mn> and support money to a Judgment has been filed by the defendant In the above entitled cause, and you are hereby required to serve a ropy of your answer to said petition upon 1. J£"i n i. rf '" Attorney, UKOKiiK N. MacDo.NELL. 504 Biacayne Rldg Miami, Florida, on or before the 8th day of February. A.D. K,.„. otherwise the n negation* of a*ld petition will be taken aa confessed by you. DATED, at Miami. Florida, this 4th d*y of January, A.D. 1S0. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clsrk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN, QBOROE N. M^DONW Cl k Attorney for Defendant Rae Marie Daisy i/8-i-a- Hancock to Seek Agriculture Post In May Primary W. R. (Buster) Hancock has announced formally that he will be a candidate for the office of State IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF THE I Commissioner of Agriculture subELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF i J^ 01 "> the May Democratic primaries. Hancock said that his state campaign headquarters will be located in Orlando and he named 0. B. "Bo" McEwan, Orlando, as manager. Hancock said that "this office hat f*r-re*ching effects on every individual end business in Florida today. Few of our citizens realise the great responsibilities a cabinet officer holds in Florida's government. It | a imperative that this office be occupied by a parson with wide business end executive experience one fully qualified in the special field of agriculture." "As commissioner it shall be my policy to implement fully the reorganization of our department of Agriculture as recommended by the Agriculture Services Committee and passed by the 1959 Legislature to be effective in January 1061." Hancock, 42, who owns and operates Hancock Groves, at Groveland, Leke county, near Orlando, was born at Pinetta, Fla. He attended the public schools and University of Florida, where he received his degree in agriculture. FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. SOC 47 1 I.ST i: SMITH Plaintiff, .: WALLACE SMITH !•• f. miaul NOTICE TO APPEAR IE WALLACE SMITH \ilrir,s unknown You are hereby notified that a suit rc ha.been filed an.iin.-t roe y o'l are t %  answer or pleaaUna to the Bill • Complaint Plaintiff's *tJ DAVID 1.IKI.MAN. tl South ue Avenue, Homestead, Florida. anil file the orlclnnl In th.i >ffloe of th. Clerk of the Circuit Coun on ,.i l-.f.ii.the 10th day of February. -.therwlmthe alienations of aald lull r Complaint v.Ill be taken • • n leased by you. Dsted this ith day of January, A.D. : %  -. B. II LEATHERMAN. Clerk. circuit Court. Dad. County. Florida laeal) By: K. M. I.YMAN, Deputy Clerk 1/S-1&-22-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE i HF:RF:IIY OIVEN tht iwlerslKned. desiring to engage In I -mess uniler the fictitious name of 1 WI'I.F.LIGHT INN *t 1131 Comre I'lasa. Miami intends to r*e> ... 1,1 name with the Clei k of the nt Curt of I >ili< Countv. Florida. CANDLELIGHT INN. INC. IH Fla. corp i Owner KKSSI Kit, GARS. RUTH A'turneya for Applicant SVV 1st Street 1/S-1I-22-2* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY No. S0C 42 MA It IF: L. CLARK. Plaintiff, ALBERT M. CLARK, I '• %  felldant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tn: ALIIERT M. CLARK I!, -iiUnce I'nknown. Yr>u nhereby notified that • complaint A* divorce has been filed %  at you, and you are required to serve copy of your answer or other pleading to'aald complaint on plaintiff a attorney, Geors. N. MacDonell. "I Hlscayne Itulldlng. Miami. Florida, and file the original In the offjoof the Clerk of the above court on or before the Sth day of Fehiuarv, 1M0, otherwise the allegations of aald complaint will be taken aa confessed by you. Dated January S. 10. E. II LEATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit Court. Dade County. Florid* leal> By: WM W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk 11-15-12 -2 W. I. HANCOCK was director of organization for the Florida Farm Bureau, and was secretary and director for some 10 years. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH FIHti:i:\ GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of "I.IMHIA HOTEL at II it S.E. 1st Avenue. Miami, Fla intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FlmJda. M0TF:1. STEWART. INC. A Fla. Corp. LEONARD KAI.ISH Attorn, •> for Applicant !:'! Dul'ont Blag. 1/8-15-22-2S Philadelphia, Pennsylvania You are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of tour Answer or Pleading t,i the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. WEINKLE KE8SLEK, 814 Say bold Ilulldin*. Miami 32, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the ClrcSjIt Court on or before the llth day of February. 180. If you fall to do ao. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week lor four consecutive week* In THE JEWISH PLultlDAN. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS." solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates oua Fit :-!•.-. for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTITE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to en***.'-in business under the fictitious name of Ml'SIC SERVICE COMPANY af 1912 West Ave.. Miami Beach, lnteaaV to register said n*ane with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade CoVnty, Florida HANSEN PUBLICATIONS, INC. (a N.V. corp) 12/2S. 1/L-S-lo IN THE COUMTV JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4*0*1 C IN HE: FZatate of SAMUEL ALPER. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against (S:ild rotate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of HAML'HL ALPER, Der^>.-d A.D. 15 ""' 'ount v Judges of Dade County, and fibthe same iii their offleee In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months K II LEATHERMAN, Clerk. circuit Court. Dade County, Florida K M. I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk. WEINKLE KKSSI. ER 114 Si ybold liullil.ng Miami 12, Florida Attorney* for Plaintiff i/s-u-ss-a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th it leralsned, deslrliif to ens*ge in mi I, r I LEE TATLt IR H STEPM KJ BE x t" I V *t 1721 Pone* d Leon Coral Gable*, Florida Intend ill tl.-ilniwith the l 'lei h of the Circuit Cuuit f liade Com LEK R( iY li >WLER PETER VIZ/.I BERNARD HCTNER Attorne] tor < >wnt-r* 408 li., in,, la IlinWIIlig Miami 32, Florid* l'1-8-1.',-;: from the date of the first publication or the same will be barred. RICHAItH U AI.I"ER CLI1 I • %  • >RD l>. ALJ'-ER STANLEY M PRKD Attorney •li s. ybold Itulldlng Florid* lira*. 1/1-8-15 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT %  N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN S ROB ATE No. 4SSS7S IN RE Estate of FRED FEItorsoN D*e***ai. _. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 7" All Creditors and All Persons Having culm* or Demands Agalnat Bald '%  late: ^"11 are hereby notified ana rel %  Florl.ta. within eight calendar momh. fr,. m th ,|, Ir „f t B first or the same will I MOSS ?N ESHKN EX "' U "' r He completed naval flight training at Pensacola, transferred to the Marine Corps Air Arm and between 1W1 and 1946 participated in seven invasions in the Central Pacific in World War II. He was awarded two Air Medals and a Presidential Unit Citation. Returning from five years of service in World War U, Hancock taught vocational agriculture in Groveland, Fit., and later became assisUnt county agent in Escambia county. For three years, he NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 12183 CHARLOTTE EDELMAN tlOLDBERO. Plaintiff vs. MORRIS %  'I' ILDBBRO, Defendant S UIT FOR DIVORCE RIS GOLDBERG Care of William il.lilberg Lebanon Amir Apartment* Bryn Mawr A Ia-bam n Avenue Y' Group Mops Programs Att rney I b„ld IlulMla* M '" li..,,,,. A box lunch picnic and a "Mad Hatter's" party and game night are, the special January programs for the Senior Citizens Friendship Club of the Southwest YMHA. The picnic will take place Sunday 1:30 p.m., at the "Y," 7215 Coral Way. The party and game night will take place on Saturday, 8 p.m.. at, the "V." A hat made by each person will be worn and displayed in a special contest, with prizes to the winners. These programs, for men and women 55 years of age and older, 1 art part of the regular program of the Friendship Club, which meets Ion Wednesday afternoons, 2:30, l/.i..n-lVt the Southwest "Y." Bensnl Capital corp. ACXX)UNTS RECEIVABLE FINANCING WAREHOUSE LOANS FACTORING EQUIPMENT FINANCING COMMERCIAL PAPER Phone: TUxedo 8-7551 4309 N.W. 36th Street Miami Springs, Florida H. S GRUBER PRESIDENT GEORGE J TALIANOFF CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4*209 B IN RE: Estat. ,.f ABRAHAM WHITEHOUBB I', %  ,-ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors anil All IVrsons Having Claims or Demands Against .Sal.I Estste: You are hereby goOfied and required to present any claim* and demands wblili you may have against th, relate of ARRAIIAM WHITBHOCSE deceased late of Hade Counly. t-T.iiUls. to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In th.-li offices In the County Courthouse In Dad* County, Florida,' within eight %  leader month* trota the date of the iiit e uh U e atlea here, or the same will be ban d SAMnliii 1. WHITKHOC8E. Executor RICIIAI'.K .M.TSIII'I I:I: MU Seyhnld Itldg., .Miami 82, Fl*. hitsnklin S-4514 l-' :'-., I l-S-lj NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVEN that %  to easeate in business under thi I nai f HER \ .v. s CLEANERS & 1'All.oltS at :•-'.:-71st st, .Miami 121 ltth St.. %  Be* ii. Fla., Intend* to register said with the i 'I.-i k ..f Hi,, i-l cult "i I de i 'ounl rloi i.i^i 'l.i.l \ UREENItERO, Sole Proprlstor PAUL KWITNBT. Attorn of the i„, Pirn of Berk, II A K. Una) 120 Lincoln Road i/i-8-r,-;j IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 4*200 IN RE: Estate of AMELIA l.titUENHERCl Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit er* an.l All Persons Havng Claims or l>emanils Against Sail Estate: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47413-B IN RE: Estate of OL4IA WEINRER also known as OLtJA g. WRINRKB Dvieaned NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All IVrsons Having Claims or l%nunilr Against Said Estate. You are hereby notified and rsu'ilrP resent any claims and demands w lili-h > ou may have uKaloet th, tate of <>|.l.<:.\ S WEINRER dex-n*sed late ..r \v..\.. iwtiti hlorhiH. to the County Judge* of Dade County, and file the same in th,-li offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, I Ida. within eight calendar months from the dale of the first publlcni .n hereof, or the same will be, barred. MARTIN WKINREH of the Estate of Olga Welnreb also known as olga 8. Welnreb. LBON A EP8TEINT Eaq. Attorney 42(1 Uncoln U.sul Miami lieach. Florid* 12/2S. l/tr8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBM that the undersigned, desiring to sajgase You *re hereby notified and raouir'" burin*** eader Oie fictitious itiiie d to present any claims and demands MR JA at 7RS2 N.E 2nd ,\\. lii. h you may have against the ea| %  ,' %  ". intend* to register said fame tnte of AMELIA I." >E WEN I :l-:i;>; ,1. w h the Clerk of the Circuit Cotart of ceased Isle of Dade County, Florida. Umue t i un,> j J^rWa. OF STATE VORTOAOB-CO. (a Fla. Corp.) Sole Owgwr RAT KREEDMAN Attorney tor Applicant 7MS N.E. 2nd Ave. 12/25. l/Br-8-IS —-e to tAe Honerublr Counly Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar month* from the date of the first publication hereof, ataid claims or demands to contain the legal address of the .claimant and to be sworn to and p r ese n ted as aforesaid, or same will U barred. Se* Section TIS.K of the IS4S Probate Act. Date December 14 A.D ISM. WILBUR E. LOEWENBERC. and SETMOIK J U'l'WBNBKHO as Executors of the laist Wfll and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVRTN that the undersigned, desiring to enrage In Business under the fictitious naate nt IJENTON REALTY at .i N.E. 174th Drive. North Miami Beach intends to Testament of Amelia Loewenberg register said name with the Clerk of r^.US'J!"^ ih' f* -0 "" Court of Dade County, KOVNER A MANNHEIMER I Florida Attorney* for Baecutor* NEIL LENTIN 12/2S. 1/1-S-lSl 1/1-8-13-22 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OtTFiTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery In South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FR 3-4tf*5



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%  I...SOCIAIIJE c w< oman s 1U 0 rU The Irving D. Bernsteins. of Surf tide, eagerly looking forward to their houseguests next week, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Robold, of Yonkers. N.Y., and their two young daughters, Cara and Bette Mrs. Robold is Mrs. Bernstein's niece Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oboler, 4290 Chase ave., were Mr. and Mra. Seymour Weiss, of Brooklyn, N.Y.,_and Massapequa, 1.1 %  %  Several social occasions hosted by mutual friends marked their visit here ... Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldman, former Gotham-ites who now live at 1006 Bay dr., happy about the visit of their interior decorator son, Arthur Friends of Mrs. James Chapman, 1321 14th at., glad to see her out of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and all ready to deal her into their regular canasta games at the Eden Roc Also back from Mt. Sinai, following a week's illness thereMrs. Bea Swanson, of 67 Collins ave. •* Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz busy rushing off to send a "Care" package to daughter Joan at Smith College Judge Irv and Hazel CypM and all the little ones, including the dog, having a gay time at Fun Fair The sisters Berkowitz greeting Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Gertman at the new South Pacific Itinerant Ruth Brotman at the Musicians Club in Coral Gables as of Jan. 20 Ruth's a f< under of the club Enjoying a weekend at the Pinecrest Lakes Club at Avon Park—Dr. and Mrs. Morris Kleiman and daughter Dolly. •'. The New Year has started out happily for Mrs. Bertha Lach, of Miami Shores Children Trudi and Jimmie Stern are back in Miami after five and a half years in Atlanta He's an attorney and (PA Trudi is a former district prez of B'nai B'rith Young Women Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Schwartz will be hosts at their home, 7S2S Adventure ave.. Treasure Island, to a tea party Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.. for the Eye Saver Fund of the Esther group of Hadassah Dr. Schwartz, a gifted artist, and Mrs. Schwartz. Medical Center chairman for Esther group, will display their beautiful art objects Brandeis University dean Dr. Leonard Lev\ entertained by Greater Miami Brandeis Club members last Saturday at a dinner party in the San Marino Then off to the Saxony, where Dr. Levy .spoke on Congressional investigations Dinner guests included Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling—he's Brandeis Club president here— Mr. and Mrs: Sidney Ansin. the Charles Fruchtmans, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Janis, and the Carl Weinkles. • •* Speaking of Brandeis: Water skiiing took up a great deal of Cornelia Turk's vacation during the holiday season here, but now she's back at Brandeis, where she is a full-time student She also, incidentally, takes two night courses at Wellesley College in Cambridge—smart like mother and dad Stella and Harold Turk Recent visitors here were Milton Beere and Morton Grayson, of New York, and Walter Floersheimer, Palm Beach The trio head Sutro Bros., Gotham Town and Florida brokerage house .. Frequent diners at the Pub, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz Won't be too long before Abe and Dorothy start thinking of North Carolina again—now that the winter holiday season is but a memory. • • Romantic Tale: Ted and Shirley Chertok's only daughter, Paula, graduated from Rollins last April, and is an accomplished violinist and dancer Then came Dick Lapidus, who recently opened Radio Station WAFM here, and Paula went to work for him • Who will finally be the boss, no one knows, because it seems wedding bells are about to toll Don't know where that "third annual" bit cropped up when reporting the Aaron and Marcella Kanner yearly Orange Bowl stint in this column last week Their supper buffet has been "The Place" to go for the last 15 years The Louis Adlers, of 123 NE 50th st., still entertaining some of their out-of-town guests who attended the Jan. 2 Bar Mitzvah and reception for their son, Shepard Arnold, at Temple Israel /. Included: Mr. and Mrs. George Adler. New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Strauss and family, Neptune, N.J.; and the Julius Rogoffs. of the chain department store clan, Harrison. N. J. Josie is Temple Israel organist, and Lou is musical contractor at the Americana hotel... Rev. and* Mrs. Morris Mager. of 1455 N. Bay rd.. entertained their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mager, of Tallahassee, where he's an assistant attorney general to Richard Ervin The young Magers were here for Chanuka with their new son. Marc Managing director of Mt. Nebo Cemetery Morris Levine and his Pearl, of 6331 SWth st.. entertaining his parents, Mr. and.Mrs. Jack Levine. of Long Island The visitors will be here through March, spending time with their children and grandchildren, Norman and Flora. "<3fewish Floridiao Miami, Florida, Fridayl, January 15, I960 Sect ion B Completing final arrangements for the Jewish Home tor the Aged Auxiliary luncheon meeting Jan. 26 at the Algiers hotel, which will be devoted to the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal Mrs. Benjamin Friedman (left) and Mrs. Samuel Stein (right) acted as hostesses at the recent board meeting in preparation for the affair. Center are Mrs. Sol Silverman. president, and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Home Auxiliary To Focus on CJA To mitigate suffering and help thousands of less fortunate Jews throughout the world, members of the Jewish Home for the Aged Auxiliary will turn their full attention to the needs of the Combined Jewish Appeal on Jan. 26. Their monthly luncheon will be held in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. Auxiliary president Mrs. Sol Silverman has announced that her orEmanu-EI PTA Carnival Sunday Temple Emanu-EI religious school's Parent-Teacher Assn. will hold a carnival from 2 to 7 p.m. on Sunday. Mrs. Milton Feller is PTA president. The carnival will include games, prizes, and rides such as a ferns wheel, rollercoaster and whip. There will also be an auction of items including dinnerware, handbags, and apparel for the entire family. Proceeds will be used by the PTA to furnish equipment for the Temple's new branch religious school now nearing completion on 77th st. and Dickens ave. Site of the carnival is the religions school patio adjacent to the Temple grounds at 17th st. and James ave. • Arrangements chairmen for the event are Mrs. Herbert S. Young and Mrs. Theodore Kipnis. Mrs. Michael Schachter is games chairman, and Mrs. Morton B. Morgan is in charge of publicity and display work for the carnival. ganization has decided to devote the meeting to the CJA Women's Division, which will present a colorful musical show and other entertainment. Top stars of the luncheon event will be Mrs. Sol Geltman and Mrs. David Miller, performing an original musical duet and recitative, with script by Mrs. Trlxie Levin. Called "Women of the Year," the unique act calls for a rapid number of costume changes which take place in view of the audience. They explain, meanwhile, how Dade county's Jewish women can become "Women* of the Year" in 1960 through fuller participation in communal affairs. A variety musical melange will also be presented by Mrs. Michael Mersel. Guests of the JHA Auxiliary will be five residents of Douglas Gardens. Mrs. Sara Cossik, a senior citizen who is president of the residents' executive board, will deliver the opening prayer. Action of the JHA group was highly praised by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of this year's CJA Women's Division campaign. MAYA MAMAMUT The Jewish Home for the Aged is one of the 57 local, national and overseas beneficiaries of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Haya Harareet At Women's Tea Wedding Anniversary Front: Married Jan. 22. 1910 and celebrating their 50th anniversary are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dutz. 640 8th st. The couple met in Vilna. Poland He's a life member of the Grand Street Boys Assn.. New York City ... He and Lena 'ft onMW HoMaf Scheduled have two sons. Sidney Drutz and family, of Rego Park. N.Y., and Leo Drutz and family, of 141 NW 67th ct., Miami There are '""r grandchildren Also: Mr. and Mrs. George Barr, 770 NE 146th St.. No. Miami Beach, their 15th anniversary Jan. 7, with a reception at home %  "king the occasion ... The couple were married in Worchester, Mass., and have three sons. Michael. 10. Jay. 8, and Scott, 6. Naomi group of Hadassah will hold a "Roman Holiday" function Saturday evening. Jan. 23. at Hillel House, 1100 Miller dr., Corel Gables. In charge of reservations is Mrs. H. Goldstein, 620 SW 9th st. Haya Harareet. the Haifa-born beauty who stars opposite Charlton Heston in "Ben-Hur," will be an honored guest at a Combined Jewish Appeal coffee sponsored by the leadership of the Women's Division on Thursday, Jan. 21. The affair will be held in the Community room of Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 407 Lincoln rd. This will be the Israeli actress' first public appearance here before a major organization, according to Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, division chairman. The sultry dramatic star has lived most of her life in Tel Aviv, and she speaks five languages fluently. While serving the required two years in Israel's armed forces, she began acting in service shows. i Once out of uniform, she joined Tel Aviv's Chambre Theatre and acted in dozens of plays. She won the feminine lead in "Ben-Hur" after director William Wyler remembered having met her briefly* at the Cannes Film Festival, and ordered her tested. Miss Harareet also took the leading feminine role in the award winning movie, "Hill 24 Doesn't Answer." produced by Israel author Zvi Kolitz. Kolitz will be in Miami on Tuesday to address the Women's Division Pacesetters' Tea to be held in the home of Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson.



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Friday. January 15, 1960 Va/*V #< FU-rMH**.!" Orovitz, Weinkle, Blank. Named to Top National UJA Posts for Confabs Here niittee for the national inaudurai *^-.T ^ < %  U" "merence of the United Jewish WeinWlTa trustee of Mt S, na 7^%^rtTTho T^HT Appeal to be held here Feb. 5 Hospital, a former campaign cha.rmwe iha! Vi IA^IA^? ?r ^ through 7 at the Fontainebleau hoi man of the Combined Jewish ApJA ,eaders from Hi, il has ben announced by Mor-1 P**' Miami, and 3 leader in its ns W. Berinstein, general chairB '" Gifts Division. He formerly man of the United Jewish Appeal. *' neii a chain of super-markets. Page 3-A jence of the United Jewish Appeal I will launch a nationwide drive on behalf of more than 600,000 men, women and children in Israel and 125 other countries including I ho .Z*L^ !" J2 5*S '"•* I-. !" .!. and Si^^JTtoV'jsa 1 Pb h^ h 1.^7^ riT^' l ? r !* id • n, of *• Un d S,a,es w 1 be h !" >" speaker at .once of the United Jewish ^•J^te ITi trustee of *• &f -ffl Appc all over the nation. The United Jewish Appeal will seek to raise a multi-million dollar Special Fund in 1960 in addiEvening Recital Scheduled Vatory, will present students in an evening program Sunday, Jan. 24, Susan Jones, head of the Drama j at the Miami Conservatory Recital Department of the Miami Conser-1 Hall, 2973 Coral Way. Blank, a general chairman r l§ the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal ,lon ,0 tne Te uX *r UJA budgetary state in the • is a founde and past president of i n e T' in ordcr to he| P "P** 1 U P minent Miami : ;he Gna ^' Miami Jewish Federa! ne %  M" 1 Processes of immigrant .: 1 :—1 ... L integration. n Orovitz will serve as chairman of a committee of 77 UJA leaders 1 from nearly every union. Two other prominent Miami ? %  u ^". l er 'f mi Jewish Federa jei*h leaden will serve as mem-! n f Mn mi He l .* !" a !" 1„ rof the committee. They are I ? e ? f th f University of Miami for Carl Weinkle and Sam Blank, both lhe ,ast tcn vc "active figures in the Combine' All three mjo are leaders in the [Jewish Appeal of Miami. Oroviti, who hat served at Banker to Speak Pace-Setters-ttvlsionof r the Corn At DOIlCl COtlfwlb bined Jewish Appeal, and all vis-i NEW YORK—Dr. David Horoited Israel on several occasions,!witz. Governor of the Bank of Is presidont of Mr Sinai Hospital in order to stuffy conditions among rael. Israels central financial Inhere for the lest ten yeers, is a immigrants to that country. — %  s t i t u t i on has former president of the Greater | The national inaugural confer\j^ % %  eV com e to the' United States to address the national planning conference of the board of governors and executive committee >f the Israel Bond drive this weekend, it was innounced here by Abraham Feinberg, president of the Israel Bond Organization. Dr. Horowitz, who served as the first director-general of IsraeJ's Ministry of Finance, will confer with business and communal leaders on plans for the 1960 Israel Bond drive at the meeting, which will be held at the Biltmore hotel in New York this weekend. jrsaqe for You' Request Period rxtended to 4 Weeks Before Ceremony So meny mothers have been Liking advantage of The Jewish flondian's offer of a free corsage n the occasion of the Bas and Bar Miuvah of their son or daughter lii.it the request period was advanced Wednesday in order to facilitate making the arrangements. 1 1 rsage for You" is the name \{ The Jewish Floridian feature truth makes available without HYPNOTISM AND SELF-HYPNOSIS Mines* of the mind and body miraculously respond* to Hypnotherapy. Aiftc combats bad habit*; Smoking; Dnrk.ng: Insomnia: Female Diaordi-: Complexes; Nervous Tension: Lack of Confidence; Overweight; Impotency; Allergies: Etc. Improve /o. self mentally and physically. M. W. H. 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Page 8-A Friday. January 15, i960 Socialists Battle Adenauer Proposal for Special Laws J „f 1 hi ht dHM of anti-Semitic InclB0 X\_(JTA)-Loader of the IMJ W Social Democratic and Krce Dmdents. ocratic Parties announced IWS n W( s B ,, r i, n the City I jusweek they would oppose the Aden dept rtroenl asked the Western auer Governments attempts W paUon authorities for PennUmend the penal code to torWd |nviik( ., 19l5 ,„ of the the puhlic Four-Power Control Council ban ninfl all lorms of Nazi activity Mayor Wil! Brandt, denouncinj the of their "nationality. MM 01 re_ i-;ik ,,,.,,.,„. a s 'lolls upliglon or other traits of heritage.^, ^^n |aM Wl Berlin's police would crack down on neo Nazi clc practices endangering peace through incitement to hatred against particular groups becai have to decide wkeOHr to ask the constitutional Court at Leipzig to declare the party illegal. Opera Guild or CREATFlt afUatl pr en u r a La Gioconda By PonrhieUi Dad* CoaMy AailUorlum i.m. IS and turn. JO Miami Bearh Auditorium Jan. 27 A Social Democratic spokesman explained his party view by Bsw rl In, that "legislation affectii special group is to democracy meiits always a danger lhcm wherever it diacoven 1 Foreign Minister Hemnch von Joseph M. Lipton (left), president and director of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Miami, receives congratulations ficm Bernard Neary, general manager of WGBS Radio, Miami. Dade Federal Savings' "outstanding contribution to the Scuth Florida community for more than a quarter of a century" was the theme of the interview aired over WGBS. The S145 million institution serves some 80,000 Dade Federal savers and mortgage account holders. The Cabinet decided at a special Hrentaiio received A L hastermeeting to seek tins legislation as mM 0 r t hr World Jewian Congress a weapon to fiyht the current antinorc ,„ ,|jx C uss the situation. Pol Semitic outbreak which beyan in | mvlm the meeting, Mr EasterCologne on Christmas eve. The ,,,.,„ M y n ,. was satisfied with Government failed some monthHo|T von Brentano'a assurances ajO to secure adoption of thi-. leg ,),.,, tMl moa [ ipeedy and effective islation. There were man) objec legislative and administrative nieations to the draft by leaders of sUn s wou y ni ^ea to uproot many parties as well as by Jewish ^. l7l e | e mentl in the Federal Releaders in Germany. Some of the pu h|j c aW^ Sn^oSrtheTJs' The Ministry of the Interior. ,, he, ect.onJ however, felt ommendationa to the Cabinet on ffif'theaSendmen. did not go far onUo„ toj. ta. h Soviet Official 'Explains' How Moscow Suburb Synagog Burned Continued from Paae 1-A The incident had attracted worldwide attention. According to the Soviet official, somebody had started a fire in the upper floor of the synagogue, as well as jn a building of the adjoining cemetery. The dead woman, h< -aid, was suffocated by smoke while trying to escape the flames. The entire monetary loss, Mr. Voschikow said, was only about 200 rubles—the equivalent of $20. Mr. Voschikow's version of the Malachowska incident — the first given by any Soviet official since Oct. 4—is that the religious services in the Malachowska House of Jewish Worship had not been interrupted even for a single day. He said those responsible for the fire have been found, and judicial investigation into the occurrence is now under way. Declaring that he did not know the names, number, or ages of those responsible for the incident, he held nevertheless the episode was one of "hooliganism committed by an isolated group and did not constitute organized action." Othtr reliable unofficial information about the Malachowska I incident differed from the version given by Mr. Voschikow. Doubting that the incident was the fault of an unorganiied group, the unofficial sources stated that during two consecutive nights before and after the incidents anti-Semitic leaflets bearing the slogan, "Hit Jews and Save Russia," were placed on walls of Jewish homes in Maiachowka. The leaflets also referred to the town as "a second Jerusalem." The population of Malachowka is about 30,000, of which about ten percent are Jews. The unofficial sources insisted that the dead woman had not been suffocated by smoke but had been enough. The present code leaves up to local prosecutors to determine how to apply the code in regard to racism, making it possible for culprits to escape with jail sentences of only a week or with fines only. The amendment provides jail sentences of "at least three months." A spokesman for the Ministry of the Interior said at a news conference here that there is "no conclusive evidence" pointing to any central organization or overall coordination of respect to the Deutsche Reich Party, a right-wing neo-Nazi or sanitation. The Cabinet will then Eileen Ferret! lopi.nl MetrapoMtaa Supported •> Flarlana l£*. France. Bible. Meeja Me* eon* Ceeare BareMU. TitUti (Bee Mea*trt) fMttaffja Hie k UK Id Ml Cteety •.iit.n.a. Hi S in*. Cartel•• i Cut Skaa. fi S-SUJ: BkaaN liKl ..,t.rH N 14*7?; M • %  < Beast ee*e. M t-nrn etcert Merl. HI t-IStl ea* 71 Nil: 0eer SwM BtMse. 1 i nn sex. ra Man. n i IIJJ. strangled. They estimated the damage at several thousand dollars, declaring that the cemetery and the caretaker's home were destroyed and that several hundred Jewish books had been lost in the flames. Furthermore, they insisted the Oct. 4 incident was only the last of a series of similar attempts made earlier to burn down the synagogue at Malachowka. 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Friday. January 15. 1960 *• Jewish Hork/laF} Page 3-B 1 Star of 'Ben-Hur 1 At Israel Bond Function Jan. 22 Haya Harareet, who stars with •(IhJxlann ijT'""~^ m -^jMtf\M"X will be guest of honor at the annual Chen "Thank You" party sponsored by the Women's Divigion (or Israel Bonds on Friday, Jan. 22, 10:30 a.m., in the French room of the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Max Weitz, chairman of the Women's Division, announced that Miss Harareet will take part in a special tribute to Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag upon her achievement of the Woman of Valor Award, presented to women Israel Bond workers who have sold a minimum of (100,000 in Israel Bonds. Mrs. Hamerschlag has been chairman of Chen, the women's volunteer sales corps for Israel Bonds, the past two years. Mrs. Weitz announced Haya Harareet would also take part in the presentation of Chen awards to members of the Women's Division sales corps who have earned Chen charms in the past year. Chen charms depict one of the 12 Tribes of Israel, and each is awarded for the sale of $2,500 of Israel Bonds. Women volunteers who have attained all 12 charms by the sale or purchase of $30,000 in Bonds then become members of the Advance Guard of Chen. Haya Harareet is an Israeli actress who was discovered by William Wyler, director of "Ben-Hur." In awarding her the leading feminine role in M.G.M.'s latest spectacular film, Wyler said she was the finest young actress he has ever directed. A college graduate, she speaks six languages, including perfect English, with only a slight trace of Israeli accent. She has served her "hitch" in the Israeli Marines. Haya opposes any suggestion that she should change her name into a professional label that would be more easily pronouncible and spellable. "If I am good enough as an actress, the name won't matter," she smiles. In Hebrew, the name means "mountain animal." Among the presentations at the bruncheon party will be seals towards Woman of Valor Awards to the Mesdames Jack A. Cantor, Harry Chaet, David Denner, An ram Fox, Mayshie Friedberg, I. E. Goldman, Harry Platoff, Miriam Press, Samuel T. Sapiro and Max Weitz. 'II.. 'I..damf> Sidney Analn. Joaeph > ariedl:ind. H.rnar.l r\irninn. Maurice O. Purman. Leo Oelvan, Bernanl il.ilahera. Joaeph ColdberR. Kllxaneth Goodman. Bather Oootlmjin, Lillian (ioodman. Hamue Oraubart. Meyer flreenbeiw, 8. Harvey Oreenaimn. Pauline Urundwers;, Abraham Grunhut. Morrla Hlra.-h. Mauri.-.' Il> man. n. njamin Kane, K.-rnwrd Kaplan, Jnl.ua Kaadln. Jack Kataman. Sisterhood Fetes Life Members Annual awards to Miami women leaders for service to the State of Israel Bonds will be made at the Chen "Thank You" party and bruncheon Friday, Jan. 22, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Viewing some of the Chen charms which will be presented to members of the Israel Bond volunteer sales corps are Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag (left), Chen chairman, and Mrs. Max Weitz. chairman of the Women's Division. Haya Harareet, feminine lead of "Ben-Hur," will take part in a special presentation of the Woman of Valor Award to Mrs. Hamerschlag. The award is presented to women who have bought or sold $100,000 in State of Israel Bonds. Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood will fete its new life members at a meeting and social Wednesday, 1 p.m., at the Seville hotel, Mrs. Milin 'f^ith, Sisterboqd p/esidem, as announced. A special program, written and directed by Trixie Levin, "Lifelights," will feature Mrs. Leonard Glickman, Mrs. Alexander Kogan and Mrs. Philip Greenberg, who will present a dramatic narrative in tribute to the women of Temple Emanu-El on the life member roster. Life members will be officially inducted in a candlelight ceremony. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader, will bless each participant and present her with a gold charm cast in replica of the Temple. An additional highlight of the afternoon will be musical renditions of Mrs. Eaul Morton. Life members are also acknowledged by the placement of a tablet, incribed with the life member's name, on a special bronze plaque. Chairman is Mrs. Alexander Kogan, assisted by Mrs. George'Goldberg, Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg, Mrs. Joseph Rose and Mrs. Terry Sponder. Table decorations are by Mrs. Irwin Hoffman. Mrs. Herbert Shapiro is.program and arrangements chairman, with Mrs. Albert Reinherz, telephone committee chairman. Panford H. Kean. Frank Kline, William Kline, alao The Meadamea Harry Koretxky. Max Krauaa, Inea Krenaky. Robert I. Krlniman. Murray I-axaina, Irvlnjr I.ehi tn.iii. Raphael l.evl. William !,•vine, Teaale I.ltt. Milt.in I.ubarr, Philip Rojrera Miillnry. Joaeph Mai.i, Irvltlft Miller. Carol Montanerl. Nathan Naali. Harry Nelaon. Max Orovlta. Anne Badaarer. Lillian Perlman, Morrla Pollack. I>avld Ponve, Jack H Poplck. David Provua, Iaajtc Pushkin, Carl Kafny. Louie Iteln-leln. alao The Mea.litme* Maurice Revitx. I.eo Roblnaon. Bernard Rndlna. Joaeph M. Roae. Jullua Rnhenateln, Rrnee Roaenthal, Arthur Roalnek, I>an B. RuaKln. Samuel Hakrala, David Samuel". Leonard Hchrell>er. BeKale Hel.lman. John Kerbln. David Kernaker. Joaeph Shapiro. Toblaa Simon. Harry Slmonhoff. William D. Hlneer. Harry Spivacfc, Joahua Htadlan. Anna Stein. Bernard Kupworth. Oharlea Suaaman, Harold Thurman. alao The Meadamea Nat Waldman, Alvln Wank. A. S. Waiter. Carl Welnkle. Ida Weaael, Harry Wolomiff. Kllxabeth Zntlrr. Harold ZInn and Samuel Zitner. RDINC'S Shop Monday* and Fridays 'HI J| too* Review Scheduled Tikvah group of Hadassah was to meet Thursday evening at the home of Ada and Hazel Markow. 914 Country Club Prado, Coral Gables. Melvyn B. Frumkes was to review "Eva," by Meyer Levin. Nrs. Geiger is Speaker Mrs. Edyth Geiger, of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, was guest speaker Monday at a meeting of Brandeis gorup of Hadassah at the Fontainebleau ho tel. Mrs. Earl Coplon is group president. FBYLLIS WOLFF soys. Ah-h-h... Kasha! KASHA of course! A "halmlshe" standby ... for old-timy good Kasha Varneshkes, Kasha Knlshes, and ether treats. Ltts than 2* a serving I Aim mi*, WoMT; Crummy UnJk (g*.) .. WaSTi tmmm H Gravy .. WaeT. KaaW leapt Send for HIM KASHA COOK sOOKi fHYUIS WOIFF, raw YaM| M. W Y# rk IcASHAwivs^ LCVINSON'S FOOO SPECIALTIES. Exelualva Oialribulora 1000 E. 17th STREST. HIALEAH. FLA. PHONE TU 7-1571 ON SALS AT STEVENS .MARKETS Even without the label you'd know they were Heinz Kosher Beans. One taste would tell you. 'Cause what other bean in all the wide wide world is so delightfully, deliciously, distinctively Heinz-ish? Just heat..* serve...be ready for seconds. 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Page 14-A +Jewistnarldton Friday, January 15, 1960 B -T-" HILARY MINDUN of Great Book Series Both Instructs and Delights GREAT JEWISH PERSONALITIES IN ANCIENT AND MEDIE.t "P to the beginning of the nmel.enth century. Volume Two whl present a dozen great Jewish figures of modern times Most impressive || the unusual blend of popular biogra pbj and scholarship. While thin is most apparent in the three Biblical studies, it also produces i" the later biographies a Combination of love and life which iliterally amazing one hesitates to use the word "readable"—II Is so often a reviewer's way of saying nothing-hut the sheer readability of this book is a quality in itself. Special praise is due when it is remembered that each biography was written by I .I.Herein scholar, and yet the book is a marvel of clarity and continuity; and that each writer, of course, has his own Style, and yet each has woven the strands iif scholarship with the lighter threads of anecdote with subtlety and balance Harry Orlinsky's thoughtful "Moses" is especially notable, as is Dr. Louis Finkclstein's tender account of Akiba; Jacob ON WIVR Alarm's dffitud* toward women and marriage was influenced hx his own experience. When ,he usual question. "Whal it irue wealth?" wot raited among The sages. Tar/on. the great landowner, replied readily. "The possession of a hundred vineyard] and a hundred slaves to U'orlj them. Tounii Meir. Abba's duciple. did more modestly. "Contentment and satisfaction wtth one's riches.*' But Altifxi said "A wife who it comely in her deed*." Rabbi I ouit Fm\elstein in "Great Jewish Personalities. Minkin breathes life into the strange figure of Abravanel; Rabbi Louis Newman completely captures the spirit of the Baal Shem Tov. The book offers notes, glossary, index and separate bibliographies for those who, gripped by a particular character, will want to read further, it offers itself, most of all, as an absolute treasure of a book—nicely bound, by the way, and reasonably priced—which perfectly fulfills the Johnsonian principle: to instruct and delight. :. %  United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Washington Leaving it to Hammarskjold United Nations*"" "I EAVE IT to Dag" is still tin !" "policy" of the Eisenhower, Administration — when it comes< to Israel's stoutest claim for un [ derstanding, concerning freedom of passage through the Suez Canal. Observers here note that' Washington is again wooing Nai ser—while, privately, it tells neutrals and friends of Israel that "Dag will take care of thing*." Dag Hammarskjold's Undersecretary for Special Political Affairs, Nobel Prize laureate Dr. Ralph Bundle, has just been in Cairo. He seems to have gotten no satisfaction at all from the Nasser government In regard to the two ships with Israeli-originated cargoes now imprisoned In docks at Port Said—the Danish freightet Inge 1 has been there sine May; and the Greek vessel, Astypalea, which has been there now for nearl) a month. On Jan. 22. Hammarskjold himself will join Bunchr al t aim for another try. "Quiet dipl >m i is at work. Washington likes H thai was A Wi rid B R loan of S56 million to N a i peg (j s backing. An amount almost ai Nasser in i nited states grants and loans ism fi dom of shipping through the Suez—that's an issue that Dag should handle quietly—the quieter, the better, as far as Washington is concerned. Washington would like to forget that, in February, 1957. when Israel was being urged to complete withdrawal of its victorious armed forces from Nasser's Sinai Desert—it was Mr. Eisenhower who made promises to Israel. Israel had insisted, among other things, that Nasser had never lived up to repeated United Nations Security Council resolutions ordering him to keep the canal open to Israeli shipping. Only a few months earlier, on Oct. 13. 1956. Nasser had : ted the latest (then) of the UN injunctions on tins point. The ISA had voted for the October, 1956 set ol \ principles v.huh ordered Nasser to divorce so/ Canal operations from all political leratlons. • in 1931, the ISA hid voted for a Council -'i rnly telling Nasser to keep thecanal lo the shipping of all nations, including Israel. 11 I 1857 Mr Kisenhower-on a naI television hookup—promised before the en'bat, if Egypi tried again to block Israeli h, PI al, the matter ".should be deal! with firmly by the society of nations." Now it | S lOtW. And wc are 8ti „ i e „ ving tn0 matter to Dag. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ The Immediate War: Battle of the Bulgi 1AJHILE THE newspapers talk about the cold war. and atomic wars, the war with which large numbers of people are more immediately concerned is the war with the calories. Millions of people are engaged, especially m America, in a battle of the bulge SwsEsfc "• %  **~ plowshare, but if that wen. i„ „„J Ile 2*s3ES355 vented by an Israeli i, ; ew breatl n**•. >b, asi?s?ir h "2 l s te Jew. What's the cause. I don't know. Maybe uiey ha,en t as much to eat as the Western Jews. Maybe they eat differently. It may be due to some "ore occult cause. I don't think the matter of weight is as simple as it is commonly represented. ''""'"' k "* ">e skinny people who eat twice as much as fat onea. r nm I h C X emcnile J ews are perhaps the closest we come to the ancient Jews of Israel. In ancient Israel, the people no doubt loved their food but I am t think they went in for eating as much as. •*)'. the Romans in their feasts. W R.Ku'. r ,, nS,ance when ,he %  n > 1 *Wted Lot. the *le tells us Lot had his Mrs. prepare some unleavened bread for them. That's ill. When the angels came to Abraham, they fared a little better. Abraham then told hi. wife to get up some cakes. £L y K?* ,b, 3r had no chocolate frosting on wem and Abraham also went out and slew a sheep. *> the angels had a little meat too. h A Mlt tod y coming to New York would prob%  oiy have a ticker tape parade down tower Broadway and then would be banqueted at the Waldorf with a more substantial repast. Tbe angels would at least have some grapefruit, flak, sows, eetfee cake. Cre m m ybe fgr dMwX %  n ,00d