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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Volume 34 Number 4
Combining THE JEWISH UW/Tr and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday. January 22, 1960
Two Sections Price 20*
Does Germany's Fabulous Physical Revival Hide a Sick Soul?
In recent years the world has
witnessed with proper awe and
amazement the phoenix-like re-
vival of Western Germany and its
people. If a graph were to be
plotted of Germany's course since
World War II, it would show a
bold, upward thrust reaching out
of the depths of defeat and des-
pair to remarkable heights in in-
dustry, exports, consumer goods,
standard of living.
Yet behind this flight into
healthy growth there have been
a number of disquieting develop-
ments which appear to fall into
The Nazi resurgence in Germany last week prompted
the United Nations to give top priority to discussion of the
world-wide anti-Semitic manifestations it is presently pro-
ducing. The Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimina-
tion and Protection of Minorities, a unit of the UN Commis-
sion on Human Rights, took the action in an effort to uncover
the renewed source of hatred that plummeted the world
into war two decades ago. Is Germany's past forgotten? This
is the subject of an American Jewish Committee study pub-
lished last summer in the "Committee Reporter." The Jewish
Floridian, in a new series beginning today, highlights the
study as a means of getting to the root of the question.
Rabbi Rackman Flays
Goldmann s Broadside
At Synagogue- Center
ATLANTIC CITY(JTA> Rabbi Emanuel Rackman, president of
}he Rabbinical Council of America, asserted this week Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, president of the World Zionist Organization, had made "an egre-
" in warning against the growing role of the synagogue in
two categories: the first group
bears dim but definite reverbera-
tions of the past in the form of
sporadic neo-Nazi outbursts and
anti-Semitic incidents; the second
group, ironically, seems to shut
out the recent past almost com-
pletely, almost as if the Hitler
period had never happened. These
are some of the ominous signs:
In April 1951, the Committee
disclosed the results of som*
polls and surveys of German pub-
lic opinion. Of the Germans
questioned, about 39 percent
"were definitely anti-Semitic"
with most of those falling into
the post-35 and post-50 ape
groups. The highest percentage
of anti-Semitism was found in
rural areas. On the basis of the
p'I, it was concluded that a sig-
nificant proportion of the German
Imputation is "still harboring
deep prejudice and animosities
gainst Jews."
Last year, the Committee's Eu-
n ;),;)!! olfice reported that about
Continued on Page 9 A
liious error
Lmerican Jewish life.
The Orthodox rabbinical leader,
kpeaking at the 50th jubilee con-
rent ion of the Religious Zionist of
America, Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamiz-
achi. said that "by becoming
lore synagogue-minded Jews are
re giving eipresiioa to those pre-
ppts which constitute the very es-
tnce of Israel's reason for exist-
nce.
"Dr. Goldmann seems to
lake an egregious error when
fails to evaluate the historic
e which the synagogue in the
Jnited States is playing in pro-
riding the overall guidance and
kuport for the sustaining of the
riability of the State of Israel,"
iabbi Rackman told the MM
delegates. He said that while it
was the duty of Jews everywhere
to uphold "the tremendous im-
portance of Israel as a demo
Continued on Pago 5-A
kabbi tm/mun rackman
. "egregiew error"
Goldmann, Adenauer Meet
For Closed Talk in Bonn
BONN(JTA)Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jew-
ish Congress and of the World Zionist Organization, had a one-hour
meeting with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer Monday during which the
recent outbreak of anti-Jewish excesses was discussed. Dr. Goldmann
declined to make-any statement after the meeting.
-----------------------------+ Members of the Social Demo-
at mzmm convention
Minister Stresses Need
For Co-Existence of Parties
|ATLANTIC CITY-(JTA)-A res i
Ution calling on the United States;
Dvernment to seek cancellation
' a World Bank loan to the United
rab Republic for improvement of
Suez Canal was adopted here
the closing session'of the 50th
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jubilee convention of the Religious
Zionists of America, Mizrachi-
Hapoel Hamizrachi.
The resolution warned that con-
tinuation of Egyptian "piracy"
j against Israeli shipping constituted
1 danger to peace in the Middle East
and it demanded "drastic action''
by the United Nations to "termi-
nate these illegal seizures and
searches."
Other resolutions adopted by the
convention appealed to the VTest
German Government for severe
measures to stamp out all traces
of Nazism and deplored injection
of any religious considerations in-
to the 1960 presidential campaign
here.
Rabbi Bernard Bergman, of
New York, was elected president
of the organization; Rabbi Jos-
eph B. Soloveitchik, of Boston,
honorary president; and Dr.
Samuel Sar, of Mow York, chair-
man of the board.
Moshe Shapiro, Israel Minister
Continued on Pago 5-A
cratic Party sharply attacked
Chancellor Adenauer for the week-
end speech in which he advised
Germans to give a thrashing to
hoodlums caught in anti-Jewish ac-
tivities. Party spokesmen said they
were "surprised and concerned"
over this advice and would always
oppose "lynch law."
When Minister of the Interior
Gerhard Schroeder was asked
about the Adenauer advice at his
press conference, he replied that
ho hoped it would "bo inter-
preted in a healthy manner by
oil our people who have a healthy
respect for the legal processes."
Foreign Office officials explain-
ed to foreign newsmen that the
Continued on Pago 16 A
Ike Says Nation
Must Shun Virus
Of Rising Hatred
NEW YORK(JTA>President Eisnhower, in a forthright condem-
nation of the anti-Semitic swastika-smearing epidemic, warned this
week that the "virus of bigotry" cannot be ignored, "nor can we allow
it to spread one inch."
The President's message was*--------------------------------------------
sent to the National Conference of 'cardinal Cushing, of Boston: the
Christians and Jews and to an Rt Rev. james A Pike .Episcopal
emergency meeting sponsored by Bishop of California: the Most Rev.
the American Jewish Congress. phj|ip j Furlong. Auxiliary Catho-
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, of New ]ic Bishop of New York; and the
York, and Catholic and Protestant R( Rev. y/ b. Donegan, Protes-
leaders were among those who
joined personally or by message in
condemning the upsurge of bigotry.
Some 500 leaders of the American
Jewish Congress heard denuncia-
tions of the incidents from Richard
tant Episcopal
York.
Bishop of New
"We deeply regret that the
Continued on Pago 11-A
President Supports Our Ban
On Nazi Information in Berlin
WASHINGTON(JTA)The State Department declared this week
that the U.S. Document Center in Berlin had not imposed a total ban on
giving information about former Nazis listed at the center but rather
was handling requests on a case by case basis.
State Department spokesman*---------------------------------------------
Lincoln White said the Center's contains the "Nazi Party's con-
files of Nazi party records was "in-
complete," and contained "un- '
evaluated" information. "Uncon-:
trolled use of such documents,
therefore, in many cases may re^
suit in doing an injustice to per-
sons now living," said White.
The Berlin Document Center
tral membership file, a complete
card index captured in Munich
in 1M5, Nazi correspondence,
personnel files of the SS Elite
Guard and records of the Nazi
"peoples' courts."
President Eisenhower said at
Continued on Pago 11-A
Legislator Rejects Red Plot Theory
WASHINGTON-(JTA)Rep. Edward A. Garmatz, of Maryland,
told the House Tuesday there was "no real evidence of a Communist
plot" behind recent anti-Semitic vandalism in West Germany and that
the Bonn government was obligated to confront the issue directly in-
stead of discounting R as a "Communist plot."
Rep. Garmatz told the House*--------------------------------------------
there were indications that West I llcttion,i policies wc ,s |ej
German youth has not been taught ,IaWi in order ,0 extirpate the Nazi
in cnlwwil ahnitt Ik* I_l.l.. Mjet fa. I
influence from German life.
in school about the Hitler regime's
"monstrous assault on humanity."
He said that the West German gov-
ernment "would do well, even at
this late date, to re-examine its ed-
Other developments in the swas-
tika epidemic reported by the JTA
diirtnK the forepart of the week
included the following:
United States: The American
Jewish Congress criticized the
filing of treason charges against
three hoodlums in Queens, N.Y.,
and said "these youths and their
evil actions must not become the
opportunity for martyrdom or
confusion." Two hoodlums were
to be arraigned at Queens Felony
Court for attacking a Jewish
family in a restaurant. Students
demonstrated before the German
Continued on Pago l-A


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Friday, January 22, 1J
Page 2-A
800 Expected at Academy Dinner;
Merwitiers to be Honored on Sunday
SPIRITUAL CRISIS
A tally of reservations for the
forthcoming 12th annual dinner of
the Hebrew Academy showed that
more than 800 guests will be pres-
ent. Miami Beach City Council
man Wolfie Cohen, dinner chair-
man, reported at the final break-
fast nesting of the dinner com-
mittee Sunday.
The $100 a couple dinner will be
held in the Grand ballroom of the
Fontainebleau hotel Sunday eve-
ning at 6 p.m. Proceeds of the af-
fair, the largest fund-raising pro-
ject of the school, defrays a major
part of the Academy's operational
deficit. More lhan 80 percent of
the school's 300 children are en-
rolled on partial or full scholar-
ships.
County rabbi*, leaders, end
presidents of various organiza-
tions throughout the Greater Mi-
ami area will be present to honor
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Merwitier,
communal workers and Acad-
emy officers.
B. I. Binder, president of the
Academy. Mid that "Mr. and Mrs.
Merwitier are most deserving of
this honor. It is a rarity to find a
couple who upon their 70;h birth-
days are still actively engaged in
.uivinc service to <'\n> worthwhile
civic and reUgioui causeinclud-
ing the Hebrew Academy."
Mr. and Mrs Ifentttaar arrived
i:i Miami Beach in 1940 from Pitts
burgh, Pa., where he headed one
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of the largest real estate and build-
ing firms there.
Since their arrival here, they
have been busil.v engaged in Zion-
ist and synagogue affairs. Merit
Mr is presently first vice president
of the Academy, and holds office
in the Zionist Organization, Jeu lab
National Fund. Beth Tfilah, and
the Pittsburgh Club.
Milton Lubarr, chairman of
dinner arrangements, said that ,
the highlight of the program wil
be a cantata, 'The New Look,
which will be presented by the
60-voice Hebrew Academy choir
under the direction of Mrs. Jack
Dinnerstag, musical director of
the Academy. Narrators of this
presentation are Trudy Gertler,
Donald Zisquit, Lee Rosenhouse
and Howard Lauer.
Invocations will be delivered by-
Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, isatet-
ant principal of the Academy's He-
brew Department. Grace before
and after the meal will be recited
by Sandor Genet and Ronald Deb-
linger.
A special ceremony will be con-
ducted for those who have pit
an annual scholarship contribution
of S5O0 or more, when donors shall
be proclaimed as "Guardians of
Torah" and presented with ipe-
c.ally designed plaques by Rabbi
Alexander S C,ro>s, principal of
the Academy.
The follow in i's have
pledged Guardian of Torah -
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Pinkel, Mrs. Paulina Grundwerg,
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Gonsbor,
Kolman Luna. Jacob Mormar, Mr
and Mrs. Irvine Miller and Mr.
Ml Leonard Rosen.
The following congregations haw
1 i' d | a d "Guardian of Torah"
scholarships: Beth Israel. Beth Ja-
cob. Beth Tfilah. Kneseth Israel
and Monticello Park.

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Members oi the 60-voice Hebrew Academy
chcmTehearse for their role in Sunday s 12th
annual Academy dtaimrall******"
hotel. Proceeds of the aiiair, whichjorne 800_
Greater Miamians are expected to attend, hehp
to defray the cotrt of the school's year-round
scholarship program.
Security Reveals More
Arms Purchases for Israel
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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will have to increase its arms pur
chases considerably in the near fu-
ture to offset the steady flow of
armamentsmainly Sovietto the
Arab States. The alternative would
appear to be to permit an Arab
buildup threatening dangerous
imbalance which might tempt the
Arab> once gain to try war ol
annihilation against Israel.
These appeared this week to be
among the main conclusions of an
exhaustive. 40-page review "t Is-
rael's security situation submitted
to the i' ibinet by Premier and
Defense Minister David Bi
Ion. The security situation wai
considered so important an I
that, for the fii
the President of Israel was a
to attend the session. In addition
to Pi Ben-Zvi, the
B
kov. and Deput) Defense Hit
Shimon Peres I the two-
and-a-half-hour session.
The Cabinet, it was learned,
did not discuss the implications
of these conclusions in great de-
tail, leaving the foreign and eco-
Judaeans Increase Scope
Bruce Richman. 2451 Garfield
st Holly.\.khI. i in charge of the
Youns. Judei movement of Great-
er Miami. Richman said Wednes-
rtay that there arc 20 groups in
volving some 350 members in the
program at this time, whuh in
eludes Israeli singing and dancing.
.-.< weU as arts and crafts.
nomic aspect* for subsequent
ttudy after the return to Israel
of Foreign Minister Oolda Meir
and when work begins on the
1960-61 budget.
observers noted that the report
raised I number of key question!
that have to be resolved: Will the
new policy of Arab appeasement
being followed by the Western
n influence the present and
future acquisition of arms !>> I-
rael? Whal form should Israel's
arms purchaMi lake? What effect
would there be on the situati*
from an easing in the cold *j
before and during a summit
ference?
From the economic viewpoii
| the big questions raised were: 0,
a short-term basis, how high a
an increased detente budget-
creased at the expense of Gove
ment services and developme
plansgo7 In the long run,
he sptraling costs of mo
weapons, how long will Israel
the Arab States be able to noj
tain an armaments race?
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Friday, January
+Je*i iouth Florida's Giant Construction
Industry Mobilizes for CJA Tuesday
Loader* of South Florida's giant Marvin Markowitz, M M Mason
nrMruclion industry will join Herbert A. Matties Morris B Mor'
itb the area's top bankers and ris. Harold Moss, Maurice Orovitz
manners at a dinner meeting in Herbert Praver and Col Naihr.i'
ehalf of the Combined Jewish A- B. Rood.
eal on Tuesday, it has been an-' Ar-^M d.__ .. _
ounccd by C.l Kovens and Ernest -fig*' RR*c"j *?>" .
anls. division co-chairmen. |gj|{jj *%* *"*
Page 3-A
Segal,
, Louis Spector,
The important event, which is Stanley Tate, Jack Taylor, David
Ihc first major campaign function M. Woolin and Martin Woo]in.
be sponsored by one of CJA's
industrial divisions, will be
jicid at the home of Harold Chas-
\\n, 30 Palm ave., Palm Island.
Special guest will bo Joseph
Aeyerhoff, prominent building
nd real etae developer and
president of Hw Joseph Meyer-
htoff Company in Baltimore. He
chairman of the National
torn* Builders' Division of the
Jnited Jewish Appeal.
|Irving (Binj) Kossoff, a CJA co-
nairman in charge of Trades and
Irnfo.sions, will assist Kovens and
anis in planning the dinner af-! Beach resident at 1941 Liberty ave.
lir. Bessarabia-born, Ackerman came
A number of financiers and1
bankers who will join with the
builders' group in support of the:
affair include Sidney Aronovitz,
Shepard Broad, Arthur Courshon.
Sam F. Danels, Nathaniel Elkins,
Jack Gordon, Melvin Green, A. 3.
Harris, Paul Marks, E. Albert Pal-
lot, David Stuzin, and Josepli
Weintraub.
Youth Groups Form Commission
Newly-formed Youth Commis-
sion has been organized at Temple
Beth Sholem of Hollywood under
(he chairmanship of Sam Roth-
farb.
Program for the senior and jun-
ior United Synagogue Youth
groups, as well as the two Temple
youth organizations, was presented
by Rabbi S. Mendelowitz, educa-
tion director, at a recent meeting
of the Youth Commission, which
will coordinate
these affiliates.
the activities of
Dr. Milton Graditor, psychiatrist,
has been designated to conduct
future panels relating to teen-
agers. Dr. Murray Diner and Mil-
ton Klier will coach the group's
sports teams. Liaison with the
Youth Commission is Bruce Rich-
man, whose chairman is Manuel.
Solomon, Temple president.
AKNDti ACKtKMAH
Yiddish Author Moves to Miami
Yiddish author Mendel Acker-
man is now a permanent Miami
due to appear this spring by
Yidbuch Publishers of Buenos
Aires.
Still a third volume, "Another
Among members of the construe- ,0 tne United States in 1907 and
industry who will serve as s^Hed in New York. His first vol- DrP from the Old Well.-' will be
ume of short stories, "On Near and published in Israel in the near fu-
Distant Paths," first appeared in ture- Ackerman will leave for Is-
an
ice chairmen of the Construction
vision are Morton Adler, James
Ibert. Norman Arkin, David
|umberg. Morris Burk, Arthur A.
pssor. Moe Feingold, Irving Feld-
|an, Gere S. Fisher and David
Iceman.
Richard Flink, Morris Fox, Jack
bines, Julius Gaincs, Ben Giller.
iron Goldman, Allan Greenberg.
krbert Heftier, Sheldon Kay and
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rael just prior to Passover to dis
cuss the publication project there.
He will be accompanied by his
wife, Yocheved, a member of the
distinguished Nahum Sokolow fam-
ily.
Prior to moving to Miami Beach.
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ume library to the Jewish Labor
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In the Labarynth of Life/' is I it over to Israel.
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ence at a press inten lew ^
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-, columns about local preparations' lor the Vice Tn-suTeaj!
:hc names of dignitaries involved, and a detailed account of tb,
ram oi activities during his stay. But before such element,!
nalistic details could be put into effect, a boat of interveni,.
occurrences took place, each of which turns a sad light on samt J
our Jei>h community thinking.
To begin with, at least four different persons phoned me-tWo j
whose political affiliations I was previously unawareto inform me
N'ixob a> expected on Miami Beach. For each. 1 bunt,
bubble cf hushed expectancy when I replied that it was commoa
But. ir. varying ways, all the callers were unanimous
t the Vice Presidents visit here meant some
-., Jewish cmmunity.
mself well known for a variety of ayjod works, a
e of a presumably even more eminent personality
mmunication With him. as well as with
.reed th. hould be accorded every p*siol(
Wer of the second most important office in the land was
!> the matter of significance to the Jewik
I reserved com:
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-ei:he truth, disturbing to a conniporarr
j\e noneand their possible effect on tat
waj :r wiuch 1 woald treat the Vice President's arrival. I mus MJ
the explicit J unintended assaaH an Brofe,sioal
'-.edor suoercededby the suri-equeat
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US 'Lassitude' Toward Nazi Incidents Criticized
JTABy Dir.ct T.l.typ* Wlr.
WASHINGTON Rep. Leonard
Farbstein, New York Democrat,
Tuesday raised a -question in Con
Igress of whether the German peo-
I pie, "in view of the preaence of
[so many former Nazis in their gov-
I eminent, interpret the attitude of
I their government to be one of tol-
[crance of Nazism" despite expres-
sions against anti-Semitism by
Bonn leaders.
Rep. Farbstein, a member of the
House Foreign Affairs Committee
nade know* .that he is examining
.he presence of former Nazia in the
ionn government hierarchy. In a
louse speech. Rep. Farbstein said
'hat although a world war was
ought to de-Nazify Germany, "we
rtill find former Nazis in high
places in the West German gov-
ernment."
He said he could not understand
he "lassitude" on the part of the
United States government to anti-
emitic developments in West Ger-
many and elsewhere.
an Bonn, Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer's government made pub-
lic Monday that it has prepared
a special decree to-deal, with state
emergencies in West Germany
The proposed legislation, which re-
quires an amendment of the con-
stitution, would give the govern-
ment strong powers to deal with
internal threats to the security of
the state. These powers include
curtailment of free speech, free
press, freedom of assembly, and
other civil rights.)
ackman Hits Goldmann Synagogue Swipe
Continued from Page 1-A
cratic nation, we thold net allow
it to degenerate into another
soverign idol usually associated
[with pagan nationalism."
He also accused Rabbi Maurice
Sisendrath, president of the Re-
; i in Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, of making a "ma-
jor ulunder" in his- recent denun-
ciation of "Orthodoxy's so-called
domination and control of the re-
ligious affairs of the State of Is-
rael. In fact, Rabbi Eisendrath
should recommend to the govern-
ment of Israel a long-needed re-
turn to and restoration of the fun-
Minister Stresses Need
For Co-Existence of Parties
Continued from Pag* 1-A
the Interior, told the parley that
one of the paramount problems"
Israel today "is to maintain the
i-existence between the religious
id non-religious parties." He add-
that Israel's Mizrachi parties
lave always exerted their maxi
jim efforts to effectuate a modus
nendi with the opposition parties
Israel."
[Mr. Shapiro told the 800 dele
lies at the convention here that
srael is facing three dilemmas
the next decadeeconomic con-
lidation, absorption of Immi-
ints from every corner of the
^rld, and security from the dep-
letions, threats and boycotts of
Arab neighbors."
I To solve these problems, he
rfdtd, "it is vitally important
hat all ideological and political
rouping* in Israel find a com-
mon denominator to subordinate
lair differences in a |eint plat-
form of unity, cooperation and
loyalty for the welfare of the
state of Israel."
The convention was told that
there are now in the United States
260 Jewish day schools on the ele-
mentary and college levels, with
I in enrollment of 48,000 students
and a teaching body of 2.500. The
total annual budget of these
schools was given aa $35,000,000.
A "grave shortage" of Jewish
school buildings was reported and
the convention was informed that
"at the present time, over 15,000
prospective students are being de-
nied an opportunity for Jewish day
school Instruction because of in-
sufficient facilities."
Rabbi to Address ladies
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
meet Monday evening at the Cen-
ter, 6500 No. Miami ave. Rabbi
j Harry Lawrence will discuss "Her
I Children Call Her Blessed."
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damental beliefs, values and prac-
tices of traditional Judaism," he
said, particularly, since Reform
Judaism in the United States "is
currently recognizing the inherent
dangers and fallacies of permit-
ting radical departures from the
historical and accepted patterns of
strict Jewish observance."
All American synagogue move-
ments were urged by a Religious
Zionist leader at an earlier ses-
sion to affiliate with the World
Zionist Organization.
Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum of
New York, member of the Jewish
Agency Executive, said such affil-
iation would "revolutionize the
structure of world Zionism so over-
whelmingly that secular ideas
will no longer determine the over-
all direction and path of Zionist-
oriented policies."
He urged the delegates to act
to increase the number of Jew-
ish day schools, centers of Jew-
ish learnings and adult education
for Jews throughout the United
States. Without "the infusion of
deep religious end traditional
values," he warned, Zionism "is
an incomplete, watered-down and
empty concept.
Rabbi Isaac Stollman, of Detroit,
president, told the delegates that
the outbreak of anti-Semitic inci-
dents "constitute such a grave
menace to the texture of world
freedom that emergency measures
by the United Nations should be
taken immediately to eradicate
this vicious phenomenon."
I LOUIS SHOCHET
FounderThe Jewish Floridian
Called to Hie Eternal Rest on
TEVETH 25th, 5699JANUARY 16th. 1939
"Djo. Mu* at UeaAJU UAe exuut Refund
A* to. tout. 2o*W
Israel Sentences Arab Spies
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OP THIS PUiUCATIOMI
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TEL AVIV Two Arabs from
Northern Israel were found guilty
of working for the Lebanese intel-
ligence service and sentenced to
12 and seven years in prison, it
was disclosed Tuesday. The Arabs
were arrested trying to enlist the
services of a Haifa Jew for es-
pionage purposes. There names
and home cities were not disclosed.
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Afo Muf Underground in New York
\l w V()IiK-(JTA)-Dr.
ground vu Involved here.
He said thai h;it- literature >li-
tributed bj neo-Nazi groups help-
ed in trigger the ipate of anti
Semitic incident! locally, but that
the evidence indicated that iuCb
Kroups were operating Independ-
ently of each other. He declared
.. .. ., __. -.____.:__..T
\lfr. (I J Marrow, chairman of the New rome Kestenbaum told police **[
I this wwk that *-JhaaVJ**Na.*|4o ,*[
r New hl synagogue if former BerlmT
under- respondent William L. Shire, JZ
permitted to speak. Tbt lecw
was held a, acheduled. There JS
no boaabing.
JNr.M lOHIX-l.i li' <->>> -............
- V.oW Crh rrmtim>H#i-ii lavewtrmip ttHaiiwras- said this we*- ----- 'ou |
Tc^auon of wu*il.c incidents ,. the Greater New *2tt2l!!?'*
York area showed no evidence thai ID) International i
en the eampuaei of the University
of Pennsylvania, and Ohio State
University at Columbus. A student
at the university la Columbus was
arrested on a charcc that he had
"; perpetrated the outrase there, ami
that, if thcrewai any international [J M lm|,llnltl ,N
influence affecting suen activities,
it was moat likelj thai the "estab- At l?o.-ton University, stodenti
lished" bat< peddler groups had discovered that the walls of a num-
been emboldened to greater actlv- ;H.r ,,( dormitories had bean de-
ity by tho Christmas eve desecra racm] with the swastika,
tion of the Cologm ne and A, Bi)lll,|( r (.()1 ,ua,,lk:i, sl.rP
by the incidents which U.....wed ,,,, ,,.,, on waU| nf Phl
the desecration in ...any parts ol s,,m:, ,,,., m- A)pna KpM,n
the world. Pnj jewjsn fraternl > bouae and
At the Miami Beach Exchange Club installation dinner at the
Carillon hotel are Leo E:se:istein (left), newly-installed pres-
ident, and Edward Wood, vice president of the National Ex-
change Club, installing officer. Eisenstein, elected for 1960,
has been active in civic and Jewish afairs for more than 20
years. He is a past president of the Miami Beach Board of
Realtors and B'nai B'rith, and is currently a member of the
Miami Beach Zoning Board and president of the Baron de
Hirsch Loan Fund. Other officers for 1960 are Maurv Young,
vice president; Royal Flagg Jonas, treasurer; and Nathaniel
B. Elkins. secretary.
Health Study Well Be Opened Here
One of the most significant com-
munity health studies in Dade his-
tory will begin this month when
'he newly-formed Chronic Illness
Project, inc.. launches its three-
year survey into the problems and
numbers of the county's chrome-
illy ill.
Objective of the study is to as-
semble, analyze and evaluate data
i n the chronically il] and I
for Dade county a compre-
i
and control of chronic disea!
well as for the care an
tation of those alr< ken.
John G. Thompson, voluntary
president of the group, said the
chronic illness study developed
out of the growing problems
brought into focus over the past
several years by such groups as
the Health Division of the Wel-
fare Planning Council, the Dade
County Medical Assn.; South
Florida Hospital Council, the
health, welfare and hospital de-
partments of the county, and the
University of Miami medical
school.
The project will he headed by
Dr. Gordon H. Hatcher, who serv-
director of a similar project
11 unty, Md.
Althi U h basic financial support
for the project will come through
the United Fund. Chronic Illness,
inc.. was chartered' as an inde-
nt, non-profit organization in
order that it might receive coop-
eration and eventual support from
all leading health, welfare and ed-
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Dr. Marrow said the commis-
sion, working with police, had
alerted police to report the dis-
tribution of bundles of gemmed
labels imprinted with the swas-
tika. He said that unidentified in-
dividuals had passed the bundles
out to young people in subways
and other public areas. The
packages of labels contained no
clues to their distributors, ac-
cording to Dr. Marrow.
The 55 staff members of the
commission, as part of their inves- renci ol such
tigatlon of the incidents, plan to
interview the culprits who have
been arrested, as well as then-
relatives, friends and neighfa
learn something about the hack
ground of the vandals, the chair-
man asserted.
At New York City Hall. Mayor
Robert Wagner expressed his con-
cern" over the incidents to a
group of representatives of 25 for
eign language publications. Nev
York Superintendent of Schools
John J. Theobald announced that
special emphasis would be given
in all city schools to programs for
human relations and intergroup
cooperation.
Mayor Wagner also alerted the
police department which, accord
ing to a departmental spok<
isi continuing vi [orous probing of
all incidents here. The outstand-
ing anti-Jewish manifestation. Fn
which 87 headstones were defaced
m the Baron de ffirsch i emetery
>n Stater, Island, wm being ,;.;
oughly investigated, the police de-
partment spokesman said, but
. nothing new" had been revealed.
A three-acre section of the
cemetery, the largest Jewish bur-
l ground in the vicinity, was
found smeared with swastika,
Death and "Fatherland." On
BaT-it 2? "". the
iussik wm "^wi,h
The swastika menace has spread
o college campuses, in many
**" butt being the local iaS
at the Universit)
ni Colorado. University Presides!
Dr. Qu ton, and Dean Ar-
thur Kendl issued statements con-
demning the ln< enl They or-
that
"the si'.' n pot -iir.< "
would I e taki n | the cul-
l impus and Boulder I Itj
police placed special guards
around all build ngs ... thi
occupied by Jewish ittons,
in an < prevent any recur-
incidi
Elementary schools were aha
not immune. At fort Jeffer**.
L. I., a school principals desk
was smeared with the swastika ;
apparently by thieves who all*
stole $85 from the desk. ln Las
Angelas, an American Hag Wal
torn up by person* who had
broken into an elementary school
and defaced a wall with the
swastika.
Formation of a "continuing!
study" of the wave of anti SenM
ism. as well as of any other signs!
of anti religious or racist hatred
dirtcted against any group, wail
announced in Philadelph.a by]
Murray H. Shusterman. president!
ol the Jcwiah Conimun.'' i:..|a.|
lions Council of Greater I'hila*
phia.
At Na.-hville. Tenn.. Rab!u
"While evidence at this tim
not juMify the conclu
tin spate of incidents i-
nized plot or the result
organized planning," Mr. S
stated, "the rapidit] u
e of their spread a.
for concern, and merit cl I
Je- alert attention."
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about Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery .
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Friday, January 22. ism
Winners in an arts and crafts project for the
Festival of Chanuka sponsored by Temple
Beth Sholem of Hollywood. Rear (left to right)
are Gail Turgel, Lilla Shulman, Bruce Gail-
man, Michael Haimus, Susan Solomon. Evan
Greene, Michael Shechtman, Charles Klier,
and Bennett Cohen. Front (left to right) are
Ann Salitzky, Gene Unger, Robin Konigsburg,
David Levitt, Aaron Salomon, Leonard Shecht-
man, and Harriet Kaufman.
Legislator Rejects Red Plot Theory
Continued from Page 1-A
Consulate in New York.
Italy: Milan police .swooped down
on the headquarters of the neo-
Fascist Ori ivo (New Order)
ization and arrested nine
men. charging them with having
Bent threatening letters to Milan
Jews and with having painted swas-
tikas on walls in the city.
Netherlands: Queen Juliana was i
personally represented at a demon-
stration against anti-Semitism held
in one of Amsterdam's larges'
churches. The Dutch Minister of
Justice, A. C. W. Beerman. attend-
ed the meeting at which clergymen
Ol several Dutch congregations
spoke and condemned the outbreak
of incidents.
Austria: Austrian police pressed
la search for Albrecht Alberti. the
"fuehrer" of a neo-Nazi youth or-
ganization in the province of Carin-
[thia modeled after the Hitler youth
movement. Three officials of the
organization were arrested. A
quantity of Nazi propaganda ma-
terial was confiscated in a raid on
Alberti s apartment. Alberti was'
described as a lawyer who had I
been active in the Nazi youth
movement.
Britain: Tho chairman of the
Enfield, London, police court im-
Biscayne Federal Lists Promotions
E. Albert Pallot. president of
Biscayne Federal Savings and
Loan, has announced four major
promotions within the institution.
Earle A. Giddens was appointed
Opera Guild ~
OF GREATER MIAMI
presents
LaGioconda
By Ponrhielli
Dade County Auditorium
Jan. 25 and Jan. 30
Miami Beach Auditorium
Jan. 27
Eileen Farrell
Soprano. Metropolitan
Supported by FIarl.no Ubo.
Trance; Bible. Nicola Mo
">. Ceaare BardelU.
Ticket! (Nil Minim)
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Muan Buck Ratio i[ I-7571,
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t2'" JX.'K OHici, (25
.assistant vice president of the
Mortgage Loan Department. Gid-
dens. a native of Punta Gorda and
a graduate in real estate from the
I diversity 0f Florida, has been
Witt Biscayne since its formation
four years ago. He formerly was
with the FHA here. He lives with
nis wife and one child at 810 W
153rd st., Hialeah.
Vernon H. Molusky, manager
of Biscayne's branch at NW 27th
ave. and 79fh st., ,|S9 has been
promoted to assistant vice pres-
ident. Molusky, a native of Cal-
COr-Ny- has bee" associated
with B.scayne since the insti-
fution s inception. He is single
* l,ves o> W. 9th .ve.,
H.aleah. He will m.n.g. the
North TCu bC 0pened in fh*
mth "" 9 Cen"r n*Xt
Richard Schulman has been
named a mortgage loan officer I
c is a native Miamian and a '
!?La/,U",,f hf "e University of Mi-
MM. He has been with Biscayne
.r a year and a half. ad resiues
a*s pnec de Len- oi
: Leonard A. Wells, a Chicago law
.ver, also has been appointed"
mortgage loan officer. WeUs f
graduate of the University 0 Chf
sef" tand ,he J0hn Mnall Law
^chool. was in private law practice
>n Chicago until he joined Bis
, cayne earlier this year
Wells has two children, one at
.tending high school here, and,hi
other at college.

MUTVft
aE$ERYATI0Nln,uiin,4Mitm
"MMU HOUIWOQD W* ,-
posed fines on three youths for
having painted the words "Deatn
to the Jews!" on a fence and told
them: "What you were doing
was connected with something
that happened before you were
born. Thousands of people died
through no fault of their own. It
doesn't do for English boys to go
around painting those words on
fences."
At Lytham. St. Annes, a seaman
jand a student were lined e IS ($42
each for daubing swastikas on the
walls. Two small swastikas were
carved on the door of a synagogn
in Stepney Green, in East London.
In Hendon, another suburb, swai
tikas were daubed on the Hendon
Reform Synagogue, on private
houses and parked cars.
Canada: The Montreal Police
Department warned that "anyone
caught defacing public buildings or
other property with swastikas will
be prosecuted for public mist
or damage."
Bulgaria: The Central Jewish
Council of Bulgaria, according to
a Sofia broadcast, protested the re-
vlvial of anti-Semitism in West
Germany and in "the capitalist
world. i, sen( c>We ()f
The BIG Hit
"MHO"
Unanimous Raves from
The Critics!
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Billy Rose Gives Art to Israel
NEW Y()RK-(JTA)-Billy Rose.
Wu York theatrical producer, has
donated his entire collection of
modern sculpture to"the National
Museum ol Israel, and will pcr-
wnally finance the construction
l nd i.inrlcaping of a five-acre
garden in Jerusalem, in which hi*
collection will be dispkyvd
The value of the gift, including
irdi n was estimated at well
11 .me million dollan bj K;.rl
curator and director of the
Museum, who said H was "one of
the fin< si privately-owned collec-
id sculpture in the world."
The I 1 its of
more than 50 pieces, many of them
.if heroic lise, and includes out-
standing examples of the work of
Rodin, MaiUol, Daumier, Jacques
Lipchilz and Sir Jacob Kpstein.
The sculpture garden will be
.itu.fd an hlllt^o, j
km en land Immediate!- ,**
cent to th. now building J, *
National Museum of |lr4t, ?
lockin, a ytantim Mon,^"
Th. art. I. in Co* proxm,.^
the now Hebrew University \Z
National ParlUment BuildinT
and rho small nwMum whicr, *!.'
hows, the Dead So* Scroll*.
It will be designed and \inA
reaped by Isamu Noguchi, the )Z
i.nese-Amcrlcan sculptor who d
signed the UNESCO garden, j
Pans. Rose and Nogachi win |m
for Jerusalem the first week of
February.
Rose's gift was announced this
week by Samuel Rubin, president
of the America-Israel Cultural
Foundation, at Ha annual dinner-
concert at the Waldorf.AMoria, in
honor of Spyros P. Skourns
COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE and
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JANUARY 26 FEBRUARY 7
PRIOR TO BROADWAY
CAROL CHANNING
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Friday. January M, 1960
Jmlst>nor*09n
Pag* 9-A
Civil Service
Group to Meet
Greater Miami chapter of Jewish
Civil Service Employees Welfare
, League will meet Sunday, Jan. 31,
1:30 p.m.. at the home of Robert
Kanier, 1540 SW 29th ave.
The chapter is one of 20 groups
throughout the United States, rep-
resenting 18.500 members, and its
program is designed to:
Combat inequities In civil serv-
iOe, maintain the battle for better
civil service practices in religious
problems, welfare guidance, schol-
arship benefits for children of
| members, death and insurance
benefits, and social activitu-v
In charge of information locally
are Kanzer, Martin Saxon and Irv-
ing Goldrnberg.
Installation of officers of George Gershwin Lodge 196, Knights
of Pythias, was held last week at the Roney Plaza hotel.
Shown cue Adolph A. Rachline, grand vice chancellor of Flor-
ida; Victor Vickness, district deputy grand chancellor; and
Louis Hoberman, newly-elected chancellor commander of
George Gershwin Lodge.
Keller Named to Staff
Producer C.ene Hinson announ-
ces the appointment of Bill Keller
to his stall as manager-director of
the Three Arts Theatre Club. Kei-
i ler is well-known in Miami as s
i teacher-director of speech and
| drama. He will be in charge of
workshop at the Three Arts, as
i well as directing the theatre ac-
i livities.
Germany's Sick Soul Beginning to Emerge?
Continued from Paoa 1-A
18 Arab German societies are ac-
ti\p in Germany. "Although
these societies have the ostens-
ible aim of developing German-
Arab friendship, they are actually
! -eniinating anti-Israel material
which often becomes undiluted
anti-Semitic propaganda."
Some Shocking Findings
In January 1959. the AJC dis-
closed that the United Arab Re-
public was operating a kind of
"underground railway" in Ger-
many to "import" fugitive, con-
victed war criminals and Nazi
agitators for high propaganda
and military positions in Egypt
"and Syria." UAR Foreign agents.
working on German soil in close
cooperation with German Nazi
sympathizers, had engineered the
escape 'and transmission of lead-
ing Nazi propagandists and crim-
inalsat least nine have already
turned up as military and propa
ganda officials in the UAR, most
of them with assumed Arab
names.

In* the last spring and early
summer of 1950. The New York
Times carried a number of news
reports and a magazine article on
the responses of German youth to
the Hitler period. A television
crew had found that "nine out of
every ten students. 15 to 17 years
old, either knew nothing about
Hi'ler or believed that on the
whole he had done more good
than harm."
So shocking were the findings
of this survey ot 12 schools in
five widely different regions of
the country that the Hamburg
newspaper, Die Welt, was moved
to comment idignantly: "curric-
ula do rot fall from heaven .
somebody draws them up %
there is something rotten in our
schools." Dr. Kurt Frey, Secre-
tary of the Federal Conference of
Education Ministries, which co-
ordinates the states' education ef-
forts, said: VThis nation is still
mentally ill, more than is gener-
ally thought."
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Percentage Rise
For the second consecutive year,
Miami was singled out as the lead-
ing city in the United States in
percentage rate of increased Israel
Bond sales at the three-day na-
tional planning conference for
State of Israel Bonds in New York
last weekend.
Accepting the tribute of Dr. Jos-
eph J. Schwartz, vice president of
the Israel Bond organization, on
behalf of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond committee, was Samuel Oritt,
general chairman with Jack A.
Cantor of the Miami committee.
More than 4S0 business and
communal leaders attending the
conference adopted a goal of
$75,873,55* in Israel Bond sales
for 1M0 in order to bring te
$500,000,000 the total of Israel
Bond sales since the drive began
in 1951.
The State of Israel Bond cam-
paign raised a total of $52,264,000
during 1958 for major enterprises
in the development of Israels'
economy, it was reported by Dr.
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The 1959 results, Dr. Schwartz
said, represent a 13 percent in-
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in Israel Bonds were sold. As of
the end of 1959, he added, the total
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began in 1951 reached $424,126,450.
Dr. Schwartz reported that in-
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place throughout the 28 countries
where these bonds were offered.
In the United States, 1959 sales
were $42,647,500 as compared with
$37,492,700 in 1958. In Europe, the
increase was from $2,413,900 to $2,-
798,100. In Latin America, Israel
Bond sales rose from $2,446,800 to
$2,834,250, and In Canada from $3,-
881,900 to $3,984,150 in 1959.
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+JcHist fkriditr
Friday, January 22. I960
Adding enjoyment to recent Senior Citizens' Joseph Elman, Mrs. Charles Matthews, Mrs.
Chanuka celebration with a "Mock Marriage" Bertha Rottner. Mrs. Emma Hornstein. Mrs.
are (left to right) Mrs. Philip Shapiro, Mrs. Sha- Lester Levis, Mrs. Celia Reich, Joseph Elman,
piro's granddaughter, Mrs. Lewis August, Mrs. and Lewis August.
Hate Literature Inviolate, US. Official Declares
By Special Report
NEW YORKPublications advo
eating racial and religious hatred
and discrimination "generally fall
within the protection of the First
Amendment to the Constitution
guaranteeing freedom of speech
and the press." J. Walter Yeagley.
assistant attorney general in the
Internal Security Division of the
Department of Justice, has inform-
ed Adolph Held, national chairman
of the Jewish Labor Committee.
Yiagley replied to a communica
tion from the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee urging an investigation of
George Lincoln Rockwell of Ar-
lington. Va., an officer in the Uni-
ted States Naval Reserve, who op-
erates the American Nazi Party
, irom headquarters in the District
Of Columbia.
Held pointed out that Rockwell
is using the swastika as a po-
litical symbol and that the ma-
terial he disseminates tends to
incite to breach of the peace.
Yeagley said that "despite the
reprehensible nature of some, un-
less there is evidence of violation
of a specific federal statute there
is no action the Federal Govern-
ment through the Department of
Justice can take to prevent their
dissemination.
Capacity Crowd
To Hear Golden
A capacny audience of more than
4a0 persons is expected to hear
journalist Harry Golden at the first
annual Israel Bond dinner spon-
sored by Temple Beth Am on Sun-
day evening at the Temple.
Joining dinner chairman Her
man Feldman in heading prepa-
rations for the event are Harry J.
Light, honorary chairman; Lewis
Gillis, co-chairman, and Rabbi
Herbert M. Baumgard.
Serving with them are members
Of the arrangements committee
headed by Mrs. Lewis Gillis, and
including, the Mesdames Harold
Pomerantz, Sidney Schreer. Robert
Newman. Ben Clein. and Herman
Feldman; the ticket committee
headed by Mrs. Joseph Molien and
including the Mesdames Leonard
Kusner. Maurice Steinbergcr Ber-
nard Lash and Jacob H. Hirsch,
and the catering committee, head-
ed by Mrs. Joshua Segal, and in-
cluding Mrs. Edward Roth.
Guest speaker Harry Golden is
the author of two current best-
sellers. "Only in America" and
For 2c Plain." A third book, "En-
joy! Enjoy!" is scheduled for early
publication and is expected to join
his first two books on the best-
Seller lists.
The Temple is at 5950 N. Kendall
or., So. Miami.
News Analyst to Speak
Wayne Farris. news analyst of
Station WCKT ch. 7. will be gues
E'Y';' ,Tcmple Be,h Sh">m
Brotherhood luncheon Sunday
Jan. 31, at 10:30 a.m. Farris will
discuss Jus trip to Russia as a
Sr^ 1 GV- Collins' Prtv.
David Drueker is program chair-
man. Jack Wagner is president.
I "Moreover, as you can appreci-
ate, a disclosure that this division
t is investigating or intends to In*
' vestigate any individual, could
lead many people into a prema-
ture judgment that a violation of
law had occurred. For this rea-
son, the division does not make
public any decisions regarding its
intention to conduct or not to con-
duct an investigation.
"If an investigation is decided
upon, and the individual is ex-
onerated by it, he has been pro-
tected from adverse publicity. If
the investigation terminates in a
grand jury's returning an indict-
ment against him, of course, pub-
lic disclosure may then be
made."
Yeagley informed Held that he
was forwprding a copy of the com-
munication to the Department of
Defense for their information in
regard to Rockwell's reserve sta-
tus in the United States Navy.
Senior Citizens
Mark Holiday
For ovi r 125 lenior citizen! :n
II,, North County area, Chanuka
had I pwial meaning toil JOT.
These men and women, many *H
( ut family or friends in this com-
munity. gathemHogcthe* to. x-eje-
hr.it,' the Jewish Festival of Cha-
nauka. For many, this was the
iirst opportunity in years to cele-
brate the holiday with others.
Festivities were held at the North
County YMHA Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Communi-
ty Center. 14036 NE 6th ave. This
program for senior citizens, men
and women 55 years of age and old-
er, although relatively new. has
already attracted scores of senior
citizens.
In the festive setting of the
"Y," they celebrated Chanuka
with the traditional lighting of
the eight candle*, the retelling
of the story of the holiday, and
the tinging of traditional songs.
Holiday refreshments in the
form of latkes and applesauce
were also served. Added to the
celebration was a mock mar-
riage, performed by the mem-
bers of the group.
Mrs. Everett Brower, head teach-
er of the North County early child-
hood development program, par-
ticipated in a discussion with the
group in "The Meaning of Cha-
nuka Today."
The Senior Citizens Friendship
Club, which sponsored the pro-
Zionists Appoint Liebman
J. David Liebman, Homestead
and Miami attorney, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the publica-
tion committee of the Southeast
region of the Zionist Organization
of America by Michael Adilman
president of the region. Liebman
is view jatidant of the executive
committee of the Southeast region
and president of the Miami-Gables
Zionist District.
Farband Annual
Concert Slated
Farband Branches of Greater
Miami will hold their annual con-
cert Sunday evening, Jan. 31, at
Miami Beach High School.
A noted theatrical group will
entertain at the annual Labor
Zionist event.
Cast include! Ben Bonus, Dora
Kalinova, Lilly Liliana and Leon
Liebgold. Joseph Banish ii at the
piano for the production entitled
"Stage-O-Rama," which features a
trilingual score,
Also to be seen is "Rozhinkes
Mit Mandlen," a sketch including
folk songs and humorous gems
from Yiddish literature.
gram, is a regular activity for sen-
ior citizens in this area.
The Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center is a beneficiary ag-
ency of the United Fund and
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
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Friday, January 22. 1960
fjfewfsft fhridHain
Page 11-A
Ike Calls on Nation to Hit
Virus of Rising Race Bigotry
CANTO* DAVD CONVIStK
Cantor Conviser
Named to Festival
Cantor David Conviser, of Tern
IpV Beth Sholom, has been appoint-
ed program coordinator for the
I960 Jewish Music Festival. The
Ievent is sponsored annually by the
I Greater Miami Jewish Community
(enter, with the cooperation of the
Cantors' Assn. The Festival will be
I held Mar. 6.
Serving with Cantor Conviser on
[the program planning committee
are Cantor Jacob Bornstein, Bar-
nett Breeskin, Mrs. Arnold Green-
field, Cantor William Lipson, Can-
tor Israel Reich. Eli Samuels,
Fmanuel Tropp, and Mrs. Rstelle
Hardin, executive secretary for the
Festival.
Cantor Conviser is a graduate
of the Juilliard School o* Music,
with a major in choral conduct-
ing, and received hit MA degree
at Hebrew Union College School
of Sacred Music. He has served
as a faculty member at the He-
brew Union College, director of
the Hebrew Art Quartette, chor-
al conductor for five seasons at
the Berkshire School of Music in
Tanglewood, and participated in
the 1932 Choir Festival and the
1938 Music Seminar in Israel.
He is also a charter member of
the Robert Shaw Chorale, having,
toured the country with them sev-1
era' times. Among his other ac-j
complements, he has served as
choral director for the RCA Victor i
Thesaurus of Jewish Holidays and
for the National Federation of
Temple Youth.
He has also been active with the
Bach Aria Group for five years.
Ike Supports
Information Ban
Continued from Pag* 1 A
his news conference he supported
American authorities in West Ber
lin who clamped a ban on informa-
tion to the press about the records,
of former Nazis. The President In-
dicated that the American mission j
in Berlin was justified in banning i
Information and staying out of
"political affan
The State Department was re-
ported as feeling that the infor-
mation about former Nazis might
be embarrassing, at this time, to
the West German government.
Continued from Page 1 A
virus of bigotry seems to be ever
present in the body politic,"
President Eisenhower declared.
"We cannot ignore H, nor can
we allow it to spread one inch.
For, when it becomes rampant,
it may cause destruction to free-
dom and decency everywhere.
"In this age when so much is ex-
pected and required from Amer-
ica, wc can ill afford to waste a
single day combating bigotry or
prejudice at home. United in a
common purpose in free and re-
sponsible teamwork of all races, of
all faiths and all nationalities, we
will continue seeking to advance
the general welfare of all our peo-
ple and our neighbors abroad."
Rockefeller declared that
"the recent outbreak of vandalism
on synagogues and churches is
shocking. Every thinking person
is indignant at these shameful
acts. But it is not enough to de-
plore these acts. Rather it is in-
CiUBbanl upon all people of good
will positively to strive to insure
that America is the land of free-
dom and opportunity for all men."
Hishop Doncgan told the assem-
bly that "it is a revolting and ugly
fact that, in this day and age, there
should be in the world fresh out-
breaks of animosity against the
.lew i [fa people and their religion.
Any person who is anti-Jewish in
his acts of feeling is at the same
time anti-Christian."
The AJC meeting adopted a
resolution calling for a five-point
program to belt anti-Semitism
and strengthen democracy in
Germany. The resolution urged
"vigorous action" also in other
countries where anti-Semtic in-
cidents have taken place, exhort-
ing "all forces of society" to see
I to it that these outbreaks do net
[ occur egain.
Assemblyman ^Alfred D. Lerner
introduced a bill the State Legis-
lature which would male the de-
uaming or dWarmg of B-hetwe of
| worship a felony. Under the pc
ent law, perpetrators of such ar's
of vandalism are charged with
j malicious mischief, a misdemeanor.
The New York City legislator
\ .aid that most of the young hood-
lums who have been apprehended
insist they were simply playing a
prank. I'm afraid I can't go along
with this way of thinking," Ler-
ner said. "To me the painting of
swastikas and other Nazi symbols
of hate on religious buildings is a
criminal act of destruction and
should be dealt with accordingly."
Prayer to be Discussed
"The Meaning of Prayer" will
be discussed by Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, of Beth El Congregation,
and Rabbi Max Lipschitz, Congre-
gation Monticello Park, on "The
Still Small Voice." a program oj
the Greater Miami Rabbinical
A -n., Sunday, 10 a.m., 0V
WCKT, ch. 7.
Youth Program
Is Expanding
Youth activities program at
North Shore Jewish Center has es-
tablished an outdoor play area,
featuring ping pong, volleyball,
badminton, basketball and horse-
shoes, across the street from the
main Temple on 73th st. and Car-
lyle ave.
Table games and arts and crafts
instruction are also available as
part of the after school program.
The play area is supervised by
youth director Edie Klein from
Monday through Thursday, 3 to
5:15 p.m.
During the winter vacation 175
youngsters enjoyed the first in a
series of holiday trip programs.
A teen-ags theatre party is.planned
for Thursday evening. Jan. 28, at
a performance of "Dino" in Ruth
Foreman's Studio M.
Monday. Feb. 1. will find the
Temple youngsters once again em-
barking on a bus trip on a day-off
from school. The youngsters will
enjoy an afternoon at the Parrot
Jungle supervised by teen agers of
the North Shore USY group.
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Conscious A wareness of Spiritual Crisis
By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS
Principal, Hebrew Academy
As* we enter our" 13tn year, (he
Bar Mitzvah year of the ftebrew
Academy, it is most appropr.ate
that we seriously evaluate our
assets and accomplishments as
the only community sponsored
Day School in the entire region.
The Hebrew Academy will hold il
12th annual dinner Sunday at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. In thii article, the
Academy's principal discusses some as-
pects of the Hebrew Day School move-
ment in the United States.
When we opened our doors 12
years ago. six brave parents reg-
istered their kindergarteners in
a one-room school. This was con-
sidered the beginning of an ex-
periment in Jewish education.
In those years. Day School ed-
ucation was still a controversial
issue, looked upon with a mea-
sure of skepticism and suspicion.
As the school grew, classes uere
added, and as registration soared,
these same doubters soon be-
came ,;ur greatest proponents
and supporters. And today, aft*%
12 years, we may proudly boast
of an enrollment of more than
300 students in our preschool,
elementary and junior high
school departments.
It it difficult to list all the fac-
tors which have contributed to
the unprecedented growth of the
Day School movement. No doubt
the birth of the State of Israel,
the substantial waves of Jewish
immigration in the late 40's and
early 50's, and the terrible holo-
caust that visited Europe during
World War II awakened Ameri-
can Jews and challenged them
with the responsibility of assur-
ing the survival of a dynamic
American Jewry on these shores.
There's little doubt, too, that the
general religious revival which
has become part of the American
cultural mileau, however super-
ficial some may regard it, has
made a definite imprint upon the
American Jew.
As significant as those causes
;REPHUN'S HEBREW;
BOOK STORE
RASBI AltXANDtB GROSS
. natural program
may be. they serve as mere step-
ping stones to the real issue. To
me, the major factor responsible
for the fantastic strides made in
Day School education is the con-
seioui awareness of the average
American Jewish parent to the
spiritual crisis which he experi-
ences within himself. In his great
desire to adjust to the American
way of life, the average American
Jew could find little compatibil-
ity between his Jewishness and
his Americanism.
At every turn in his social and
cultural life, he encountered a
clash between his heritage and
the American way of life. Natu-
rally, it was more convenient to
drop his Judaism. This conse-
quently led to the almost spirit-
ual extinction of an entire gen-
eration, woefully referred to as
the "lost generation." During the
past two decades, the birth of
the Day School movement on the
American-Jewish scene was the
answer to this perennial quest
of a harmonious blending of these
two great traditions. By present-
ing the complete complex of gen-
eral and Jewish learning to the
child in one integrated program
of education, the Day School re-
duced the possibilities of a dich-
otomy being formed in the chiUTs
mind.
In"the Day"ScWI, Judaism and
Americanism are harmonised to
present a well thought-out and
complete philosophy of life for
our pupils.
Both parents and students find
that the most unique feature of
the Day School is the naturalness
of its program. Within the same
school and under one roof, the
child receives his complete stud-
ies. The same desk which he uses
for his science and history is also
used for Chumash and Mishna.
The same report <-ard contains
the listing of his Hebrew, as well
as English subjects and grades.
In his school, Judaism, pride in
his heritage and religious observ-
ance are not merely subjects to
be studied, but to be practiced
and lived. His Hebrew teacher
may be as modern and as Ameri-
can as his English teacher, and
his English teacher may be as
observant and as learned as the
Hebrew teacher. This is perhaps
what Herman Wouk in his fine
best seller, "This is My God,"
refers to as "The New Learn-
ing."
It is this new learning which
has captured the hearts and im-
agination of the modern Jewish
parentsthus bolstering the na-
tionwide Day School enrollment
of more than 40,000 students.
It is not surprising, therefore,
that Orthodox. Conservative. Re-
form, Hebraist. Yiddishist, Zion-
i.st and other national groups arc
endorsing and establishing all-
day institutions. The leaders of.
these national organizations who
are so we11,'artju3\hted'wtrh 'Jew-
ish youth and. with the Jewish ed-
ucational problems look to the
Day School pupils for the future
members to fill the file and rank
of these groups and to assume
the positions of leadership and
direction.
For it is only in these school'
that the Jewish youth of today
may emerge the well informed
and intelligent lay leader of to-
morrow.
The time has come, these lead
crs realize, when Judaism and
a heritage of 3,000 years cannot
be transmitted in a long-playing
Bar Mitzvah record played to a
tired body and unreceptive mind
An education that is l?sting and
enduring must begin a* an early
age and must become part of the
personality, character and phi-
losophy of the student.
The Jewish people have always
recognized their basic responsi
bility for financing worth while
educational endeavors. We hum-
bly submit that the record of the
Hebrew Academy for the past 12
years has more than fulfilled the
expectations of its founders. As
a community school we turn to
the citizens and leaders of the
Greater Miami community to ac-
cord the Hebrew Academy its
rightful place in the cutural
structure of our fair city.
Lou Goldin, newly-installed
president of Southweet Jew-
ish Center, with Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein at recent function
here, which featured an In-
dian theme. Mrs. Sarah Sive
Czech offered the invocation.
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GIFTS and NOVELTIES
Rabbi Renders Invocation
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn.. was special guest and
rendered the invocation at a Tues-
day business session of the Na-
t i 0 n a I Independent Automobile
Dealers Assn. at its 13th annual
convention at the Eden Roc hotel.
The convention met here Jan.
1" through 19. NIADA convention
250 Pay Tribute to Philanthropists
At Jewish Theological Seminary Dinner
More than 250 guests paid tribute for women students at the Teach-
Monday to Mrs. Jennie Grossinger j ers Institute of the Seminary in
and Samuel J. Goldfarb as the two New York,
philanthropists received the cov-1 ',
eted Eternal Light Award from A feature the evening was the
the Jewish Theological Seminary' Presentation, on stape. of "Sholom
of America at a dinner in their A'eichem Mee*s Mark Twain,"
honor at the Hollywood Beach ho- s,arr,n8 Morris Carnovsky and
tel. Jonn Beal. The play was especially
v^.^i written by James Yaffe and Wil
Noted personalities from all over :,am Rose,
the United States and Canada saw |
Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellorl Benjamin Tobin was toastmas
of the Seminary, present inscribed ,er of ,ne evening, and Dr. Max
statuettes to the recipients foriArzt- vice chancellor of the Semi-
their "years of dedeciated service inary- delivered an address. Dr. j
in the cause of brotherhood and |,rv,ine I-ehrman. spiritual leader of
human dignity."
Mrs. Grossinger and Goldfarb,
both of whom are residents of
Miami Beach, have won recog-
nition in this country and abroad
for their manifold contributions
to education, religion and cul-
ture.
Miami Attorney
To be Heard
Ben Essen, attorney and humor-
ist, will "go dramatic" for the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women's
mid-year bruncheon on Wednes-
day. Feb. 3, at the Algiers hotel.
Co-starring with Essen in "The
Day I Received My Gold Watch,"
will be Maurice Pearlstein, direc-
tor of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman,
president of the Federation of
Jewish Women's Organizations.
The production will be directed
by Gordon Bennett, of the Drama
Department at the University of
Miami, and will illuminate in play-
form the program for the after-
noon. "It's Sooner Than You
Think."
To Live in Hearts We Leave
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WW......miU mi.,,,,,,,, nrou.h MAI1A convention' ~""
.I,.,,,.,,,., ..chairman was Jerry Lcod.. Evans- ,ed "" "
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REGISTER NOW FOR FULL SECOND SEMESTER
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Do* CooT lr,T^, SChl- '" -**! I f. in
THE LEAR SCHOOL
NURSERY through HIGH SCHOOL
: Temple Emanu-EI, offered the in-
' vocation.
Hosts for tho function were
Mr. and Mrs. Tobin, Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Green, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel J. Halperin, and Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. Green,
Halperin, Sapiro and Tobin also
served as chairmen of the din-
ner, with Dr. Bernard Mil I man
as associate chairman.
, Mrs. Grossinger is national hon-
mens Residence Hall orary president of the Women's
Residence Hall campaign, and Mrs.
Sarah Czech, also of Miami Beach
is national honorary vice chair'1
man.
C.oldfarb established a Fellow
ship at the Seminary several years
ago in the name of Rabbi Ben Zion
Bokser. of the Forest Hills Jew'
ish Center in New York.
PALMER'S
MEMORIALS
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Scheduled U-.ve.lm9s
Proceeds of the dinner benefit-
endowment fund of the
and the campaign to
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ISRAEl ZIIK.N, 1 p.m.
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Cemetery
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Friday, January 22, 1960
Services This Weekend
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AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7101 Cirlyl. .v.
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever.
I P > Jed
111 M.|
of Ufe?
^TinbuvK. naww. tMiac ever.
I. i- m. S.itttr lay 8:30 a.r
Mermen: ,-Wha la (ha Flrat Suhl*
f Man'* Inatructlon Id the Sch.>
ANSHE EME8. <5J3 SW 19th ava.
Conservative. Maawtll Sllberman,
president.
|BETH DAVID. 1435 8W 3rd ava. Cam.
aervative. Rabbi Yaakov Roaanbarig.
Cantor William W Llpson
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Prophet*
8'rrau* Profit*.*" Saturday 9 a.m. Baa
MiiavaJi: Barbara, daughter of Mrs.
May Voael. Miami, and Mr. Irving J.
p'oitel, Chicago.-
JETN EL. 600~iw ITttTave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solome- -hff.
i!a> 5:80 and SJO p.m. Kermon:
ll 'i< Individual Versus the Commun-
Haturday 1:30 a.m.
lETH EMETH. 122*0 NW 2nd ava.
1 Conservative. Rabbi Oavid W. Her-
|aon. Cantor Hyman Fain.
i I., p in Sermon: "nii.otii.Mnn
Thla Im My <;..,i. by Herman
ik." Satnrdav :< a.m. Sermon:
\\ hat s In a Name*"
TH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox Rabbi H. Louia Rottman.
----
ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
iv. Orthodox. Rabbi Tloor Stern.
,"intor Maurice Man-tehee.
li> p.m. Sacrdnv 8:30 am
I'liion: "The New BaodjUa."
tTH RAPHAEL.
>thodea\
139 NW 3rd ava.
Ith TFILXH. 933 Euclid ava. Or.
nodox. Rabbi Joaaph E Rackovaky.
I s.if.irrtay 8:30 a.m
m<.n: "Ifumaatf. Will Wh..t
Make It." Sermon at 4:30 p.m.:
\. Pharaoh."
----
JGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 40S
Ith st. Orthodox. Rabbi Chaim
\n liniky.
iy "...M p.m Saturday 8:30 am
on: The Trlve Tribe* One
n Sermon at t:t p.m.: "The
In Egypt "
AL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
CAMDULIGHJING TIME
22 TajYRth 5:38 pjn.
__________*
Friday 8.30 m. ,1 80 8\V lth at
I- rT.V? '"'fdlhlllty of Trull, _
( redlhlllty ,.f Rumor/' Saturday 810
a m. Marmoa: w.afc,y PmSS* *M
aSnDdE.vH.ErHT8 CENTER. .8160 NW
Mluvah Jack, aon of Mr. ami Hn
M*i.,,ky, who wtl h",t wS
'lay evening On.-g Shabbat.
- AOLrER-0ANADA. M NW Sis'
Shn.-^0n,r.*rVJtiv*- Rabbl Barnaro
Shotar Cantor Frad Bernstein.
SSSfyi.-:l ",ml ,:1S '"" Bermott:
itlori ..f Namaa." Onea
M. and M h. William
l-evlne. in honor of the Bar Mluvah
Renowned Scholar in Miami to Seek
Sponsors of Torah Encyclopedia Project
Renowned scholar and author of versions of 'Torah Shlamo" are
"Torah Shlamo," in Eajjjjsh known available from the American Bib-
" M^'Tn^'rilMiil Jtt^V,cal in- Ije.l Encyclopedia Society of
i terpretation.*- is in Miami this Now York City,
week to seek support of his ongo-
ing exegesis of the Five Books of
Moses.
Rabbi Menachem M. Kasher ar
Dr. Kasher is also author of
"Haggadah Shlamo" in Hebrew,
"'srael Passover Haggadah- in
rived here and is staying at the ,Hebrew, and, Engl,*h* ^am. a
home of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. orum r clarification of content.
Morns Bienenfeld, of 3156 Royal porary Halchlc problems, and nu-
Mill MfNACHf M KASHl*
Palm ave.
Wham complete, tho "Torah
Shlamo" project will encompass
35 volumes. Already available in
Hebrew ar* 19 volumes, of which
tho first eight were published in
Israel.
Plaque to Honor
, Buildinq Donors
Drati, in bonor'Tof tto*Vir*yLoi Congregation Monticello Park
their m.n Many, and the 50th we.i- announced Wednesday that mem-
Una; annlvers ii v of theli uatenti Mr K. .- .' mem
.nd Mrs Matthew cohen Tnh./n.'r bers Participating in the present
.f tii. aniiiM-raai-i.- ,,f ti,.it ,,.,,. :,. cash campaign to raise $100,000 by
tWA'WTifea1 of Januar^ *> be E
liar .Mluvah Cary Levlne.
scribed on a special plaque to be
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marlus Ranson. Cantor Sherwin
Levlne.
HEBREW ACADEMY. SIS 6th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
u
ron\ ertation
> 1; y ? n ; e a
placed in the vestibule of the new
sanctuary.
Plans are now being formulated
so that construction can begin
within 30 to 60
man, Sam Dorfman and I
Mo\"o\MT,SNr?w w^'iiTh 'hi". man have been aPPointed as co- '
lean. Rabbi Nathan zwitman! chairmen of the building commit
Friday 8:So p.m. Derinpn: "The atoaea tee.
i Preud .ml the Moaea ..f Hlnal." I _
.__,_______=-r Cost will not exceed $325,000 and .
WS^nUWCtf R8.,bNb;,b.av?2 S taetad. two separate buildings. Rabbi Lehrman
Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun One Will house the sanctuary, with
ISRAELITE CMnfRTaiTSSWMh \ ". Pcity Of 1.400. kit JO DC SpCCKer
tar. Conservative. Rabbi mo.ton cncn. administrative offices, stage,'
merous commentaries.
Dr. Kasher heads up the Torah
Shlamo Institute in New York and
Israel. Born in 1895 in Warsaw, he
came to the United States 25 years
ago, and spends most of his time in
the great libraries of Europe: Lon-
don, Paris, Vatican, Vienna.
Dr. Kasher's wife, Dvorah, and
A gentle-faced soul with gentler children are in Israel. Two other
nature. Dr. Kasher wears a ma children live in the United States.
iestic white beard nnd confesses ____________r
that the encyclopedia thus far has m a
taken him to the end of Exodus. >GrV!CGS TO rGTG
In late 1952 and early 1953. the aj#_x_ |_ J j
first volume of a projected English OlSTGmOOO. rT\C&Q}f
translation of the encyclopedia ap- Mrs. Henry Gilbert, program
peared dedicated to former Presi- chairman, has announced that Fri-
dent Harry Truman. Five English day evenings services of North
volumes have since been publish Dade Jewish Center will be "dedi-
ed: the second dedicated to Presi Catcd to Sisterhood,
dent Eisenhower, the third to for-1 Mrs. Jack Israel is well known
mer Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, the ia Temple work, having served as
fourth to Connecticut Gov. Abra- president of her Temple in Cedar-
days George Katz- ham R,blC0"- and ,he ''**> to Chief hurst, L. I., for a number of years,
nan and Ray Book J.usllce of ,he Supreme Court Earl SBe js active on a national level
I with the National Conservative
Synagogues of America.
Mrs. Fred Blank, president. h?s
j invited the officers and members
of neighboring Sisterhood auxiliar-
ies to be guests.
Both the English and Hebrew
Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
and a chapel. The other will con-1
Israel Histadrut committee of
F^^u^^f:^^Z^ lain ^'^^1 buildmg, ,6 cla. Greater Miami wm meet Monday
Mr .n.i Mm i at, r J".t,ennUhwr. in rooms, a Youth Room and library. noon at ,ne R,,z Pla" hoteL
aimiveraary. I oku; i...;-.. t v,.,, c.,;,;.,.-!
h~iyn*7 ro^ 'nacTi k*?^
T I t -: q^ T
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.rrsnyria dfik -nii?ai
'3 !ipii ftjKn D-iejpn
iDi-iuna an nv vxso
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.n^rn nran ? nn-m
t I T T1 T T I T |
HJB> .nnn^ria -,fim)2
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n ahtf na rsi tx wnti
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jnn? #aa ^inn'? nftir*
T I 1 'IT
fK-iirs -wjf s n'jnan tvt\
"tij i T I- 'T
Unslation-
KNESETM ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfiehl
Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday V.io ami 1:30 pm Bbrmon:1
".leulsh r-lr>:-> In ,\ Hiatdrj '
Saturday H:?,U a.m. Benn..n: "Mstfn-
nlna ..f the StHsmd J!uk of Out
lllble."
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, will
be guest speaker.
Rabbi Lehrman will discuss "Im-
mi;rant Integration Problem."
Sabbath eve services from Tern- The Temple Emanu-El spiritual
pie Israel of Greater Miami will leader has made numerous visits
Temple Israel's
Service on Air
Mtf2?'.SK!yLew congregation. be broadcast over Radio Station to Israel.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi vru-PR r\f ,.,.-,. tvj, ;,.
cantor Joseph WWPB-FM every Knday night at
Herachell Seville.
Sahtman.
rritey t:lt and 11:30
speaker: Ahe Arnnovltc.
p.m. Gue.t
Oneff Shah-
18:15, beginning Friday evening.
Dr. David Will
A 45-minute portion of the regu
LW^s^r*tMTL^fSsss; g "0"^prvi,f w;be "rriftd Introduce Course
by WWPB directly from Temple. .......,. ..
Israel's sanctuary as a public ser-i I*- Mma Williams David, super- ]
vice aimed at bringing the Sab- visor s,u,df.nt teaching at the,
bath worship to shut-ins. particu- University of Miami, will introduce
larly in hospitals, the sick at home the course in 'Reading Readiness
Ud the aged who are unable to 'r Jewish pre school teachers at,
attend | the College of Jewish Studies of
Dr. Joseph R. Narot will con- the Bureau of Jewlah Edu",ion'
duct the service, assisted by Can
tor Jacob G. Bornstein and the
Temple Israel choir.
Fifty Years of Tg| Aviv
tJ Tenth Anniversary Year
Jmany exhibitions were held in
CiiunllnK Our N'amea.'- Bar Mlu-
vah K.luard, aon ol Mr. and Mra.
Max l'ulver.
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Max LipahiU. Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirschenbaum.
Friday ItM and |:l| p.m. Sermon:
"The Hlaleah of Llfea 'irenter Val-
uer Saturday 8:4i a.m. Bar Mlu-
vah: 8luart. aon of Mr. and Mra. Cliff
Bandar.
NORTH DAOE CENTER. 13SS0 W
Dixie hwy. Coneervative. Rabbi
Henry Okollca.
Friday $ 1." p.ni. Sermon: "Who la a
Jew?" & .Heated to Slater-
hood. Sueat: Mrs. J.n k Israel KUb-
Jet-t: "What Kisterhood Means to Me."
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 78th at
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cntor Edward Klein'
Friday l:lfi p.m Bermeai: "in the Miami, will be guest speaker at,
\ ui > of Heaven." Saturday s a.m.
I'.ir Mluvah: Martin, sun Of Mr and
Mra. Irving* OoM N .rmun, .>n <.f Mr
ami Mra. Henry Stiver. B.
"Weakly Portion."
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday S:30 p.m. Bas Mltsvah: Eyl.ma.
daughter of Mr. .and Mra. Jerome
Baidln-for.
135 NW 3rd ave.
Pre-school teachers of 12 Jewish
congregations are attending the
course to apply progressive tech-
niques of teaching to the Jewish
nursery and kindergarten.
The workshop consists of five
sessions held on Wednesdays from
TEMPLE AOATH VESHURUN. 1
Collins Ave. Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
Friday :S0 |i.m. at I'nlfleil bids.. 171
NF. I3rd ave No Miami Beach. Ser-
mon: "Woman'!. Place In Jewish His-
tory." Open forum follows. Mra.
Frieda Sandell. nreaident of Hater-
hood, to act aa hoateaa with members
of the organisation. Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE feETH AM. 5860 N. Kendall
dr., S. Miami. Rererm ftaobl Herocrt
Baumoard. Cantnr Charlea Kodner
i, tnat I did not intend (think) i Fridav l-ii p.m Film to be sin.wn of
lilahlights of recent I'nlon of Amer-
.* rongregatlonn i">th aa-
semlily Participants to report Ri*-
rt N.mnian. president. P:ivld Light,
chairman of the board: Mra. Maurice
Stelnlieig.-r. Rlaterhod I"'
Mra. A. B Wiener, paat preald.-nt ol
Sisterhood.
Igo to the Tel-Aviv Exhibition.! J;.^1'?,';.',;,.
|ch was held ia the last (few)
Bths. But my children are al-
[s ready to see something new.
frefore listened to them (their
') and together with them
a visit to the exhibition.
k little ones were right! We
found the exhibition very inter-
lR. and .it was a great pleasure
ps) I recalled the exhibition,
d the Levant Fair, held in Tel
Aronovitz Will
Speck Friday
Abe Aronovitz former mayor of 8 to 10 p.m., at the Bureau.
Dr. David received her PhD de-
late Friday night services of the at Teachers- College. Colum
Miami Hebrew Congregation. bia Univci:sitv> and is a recognized
Rabbi Herschell Saville will of- authority in early childhood and
ficiate. with Cantor Joseph Salz- teacher education. She has taught
man chanting the liturgy. jn nurseries and kindergartens in
An Oneg Shabbot will follow in New York and Tennessee, and is
the social hall with Mr. and Mrs. at present president of the Florida
Fred Rosenzweig as hosts. Assn. of Children Under Six.
____Li
IVrtralt of Moeea." Saturday 8:43 a.m.
a-----
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 121C
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Sonn
M. Wallach.
mon: '-Swastika
CroeaStar f David
Jeffrey, aon of Mr. and Mra. William
Cohen: Stuart, aon of Mr. and Mra.
Morris Qroaaanan.
TEMPLE tVNAI SHOLOM. 1*600 NW
22nd ave. Coneervative. Rabtv
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ban Gross
tors
Fridav 8:13 p.m Sermon "The Pollt- TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 69
leal Year* Oag Shabbat follows. P lammae Way. Coneervative. Rab*
------e Leo Heim.
TPMFLE FMANU-EL. 1701 Washing F.I,I.- Ill p.m Sermon: "Lets Walk
Ian ave. Coneervative. Rabbi lrvin Humblj with Ood.' Ones Shabbat
Lenrman. Cantor laraal Reirh Mi ami Mrs. Loula .-
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: 'Why !>.. r-'aturilav 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL.
Hollywood. Reform
Jaffa.
Fridav IS p.m. Sermon:
Second Book of Moaea."
1646 Polk at.
Rabbi Samuel
'Exodus
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1726 Monroe at Coneervative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
in 1935. Of course the differ-! Sehreiber.
between what -h. ...... K- I''"'" d"> "m ,sv *-*lbath. Satur-
iwcen unat there was then nay a m Har Mluvah; Jea.. eon of
""hat there is today is VerylO"*. and Mrs. Murray Diner.
!s m^rK^f1 I116 V?? MPL BETh"sH0T0M. 4144 Ch...
ss made by Tel AVIV, the, ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronisb
Cantor Oavla Convleer.
Friday s 15 p m "Latrachlns
.i y Year "
tiaturda> 16:41 a.m. Bar Mluvah:
ft city in Israel.
Wished by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
the) HVathenK Rase?" Saturday > a.m.
Sermon: "W rtlon." Bar Mlta-
\^h Krlc. aon of Mr. tn-l Mra, SI Inev
Macklln: Robert, eon of Mia Bolma
Yaliliiti
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 1S7 NE Itth el
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein
Fltday 8:15 p.m. Service to be broad-
cast over radio elation WWI'll. Ser-
mon: "la Man'a Moral Nature Ceitlns
Worse or lletterr"
TEMPLE JUDEA. 390 Palermo ave
Liberal. Rjbbi Morris Skop. Canto-
Herman QDttli'b.
Friday :I5 p.m. Sermon "T^n klaatl
ir Ji-Miah I Ibrary." Sal
a m aervlce for Mlnymalrcs
pie aervlce lors*} a m.
TEMPLE NER TAmTo. 60th st. am
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tredi
tlonal. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can
tor Samuel Qomberg.
Friday .:!". and S:li p.m. Sermon: "A
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th et
Coneervative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Oeld*rb
Fridav 8:Jo p i Barmoi 'Theae are
the Name* of the Children Of Israel "
i in. u Shabbat to be anonaored bv 1ST
i m. Bar Ml-zvali* Martin.
Baa of Mr. and Mra. Frank Weinbei -
ser.
M. ISAAC UNTftMAN
Dr. Unterman
At Yivo Forum
"Medieval "Jewish Philosophy"
will be the topic of a lecture by
Dr. Isaac'Unterman at the Yivo
Yiddish Forum on Saturday eve-
ning in Miami Beach Public
School. 1420 Washington ave.
Dr. Unterman, a local resident,
has written many works in English,
Hebrew and Yiddish on religious,
moral and ethical subjects he has
taken over from the great masters
in the most famous European Ye-
Lhivos.
In his lecture Saturday evening.
Dr. Unterman will discuss "Syn-
thesis of Religion and Philosophy,"
with emphasis on medieval Jewish
scholars.
Prof. Wcxman
To Speak Here
Prof. Meyer Waxman will ad-
dress members of Histadrut Ivrit
Tuesday evening at the Crown ho-
tel. The meeting is being held in
cooperation with the Hebrew
Teachers Assn. of Greater Miami.
A renowned scholar, author and
lecturer, Prof. Waxman will dis-
cuss "Rashi the Commentator."
Prof. Waxman is the author of "A
tipereth israel. 6n n Miam History of Jewish Literature" and
other works in Hebrew and Eng-
lish. -
In charge of arrangements for
the meeting, which is open to the
public, are William Agranove,
Louis Gadon, Shlomo Garchekoff,
Dr. Joseph Hurwitz, Benjamin
Kamenetzky. Mrs. B. Kaplan. Mrs.
Zvi Feinstein. Zvi Roscnkranz,
and Mrs. Joshua Stadlan.
ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L
Lawrence Canto1- Albert Qiantz
Fil.lav 1:86 p.M Sermon: "Book of
Exodus" Saturday 9 a.m.

TORAH TIMPLH. 1254 West ave
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaae'
a
VOUNO ISRAEL. 660 NE 171 at at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
a
7AMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Ze
more ave. Con.ervative Rabbi 88.
Leon Hurwitx. Canter Meyer Oister.
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* Th, Portrait of an Idea in Full Historical Perspective
me roriraii ui an *w ........ ^ ^ and un ^
THE ZIONIST IDEA. A Hi.tor.cal An.lyiit "***
Edited and with an Introduction by Arthur Hertsbera.
638 pp. New York: Doubled.y Company, Inc. and
Herzl Press. $7.50.
"THE ISSUE AT stake in this discussion is not merely
-the correct understanding of Zionism, though that
alone is a matter of prime importance. It involves me
fundamental question of the total meaning of ""I**
tory." Thus Rabbi Hertzberg (Temple Emanu-F.l I.ntJe-
wood. New Joey) settles down to basics early in "is bril-
liantly executed introductory essay to."1 he Zionist MM.
Zionism, which has been suffering from pa.ns in its ideol-
ogy since its labors brought forth the State of IWAJ
searchingly examined in this book, both by Rabbi Hertz,
berg and bv the selection of Jewish thinkers whose
writings are represented Moses Hess, Theodor Hteri,
Ahad Ha-Am. Martin Buber, Chalm Weizmann. BenC.urion.
Justice Brandeis, Solomon Schechler and Mordecai Kap-
lan, among others.
In his dispassionate reflection on the events of the
past 150 years, the editor diagnoses the difficulty with
which the Zionist movement slill struggles, an intellectual
schism whose roots, contrary to popular opinion, did not
spring from the establishment oi Israel, bul germinated
in the two Jewish responses to the nineteenth century
Emancipation. They separate, writes Hertsberg, into the
"defensive" and the "messianic" lines of Jewish thoughts:
,h of them was both s program and an estimate of the
situation of the Jew in the Gentile world 'Messianlsm'
believed not only that the Jew ought to be like everybody
else but also that this would happen by the agency of a
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
honevolen, liberalism. na.ionj.ism. or social^ The
,I(>11MU, .hools not only 1JgfWgJ th,v l(nuMd
CCnt Hart's "messianic" vision took as,endancy over the
agnoT Ahad' MaAm and the proponents "***
zLism un.,1 the State of Israe ^Jl'^t
Diaspora Zionism, desp.te its ******?SelfJ
voli(in to the outlook of Herzl began, to terms mostly borrowed from Ahad tttjUn. 551lIK
men. went, the goal of (he -new mess.an.sm of Z omsm
the normalization oi the place of the Jew tolho wmM.to
, nation like all the nations ...self a ypc ofItjUlUt
,,, what becomes ol the cho-onne-s of the Jew What
has happened to his uniqueness, his destiny and bis role in
. ,.,,'rnal scheme-In short, to the whole concept of clec-
no.i which is central to Judaism and to the Jewish
mystique?
What has happened, says HaDOi Hertzberg. is that the
contradictory desire of Diaspora Jewry-to be at home in
America politically, economically and culturally, but emo-
lionally, jpirituallj and religiously in exile (thus, uniquei-
has toned them into Ahad Ha-Ami-m, and therefore into
the position that Israel, far from being the end of the road,
i- limply a tool of survival for the Jews, whose position in
histor) continues as before. Moreover, Israel herself, and
Ben Gurion particularly, in grappling with the problem of
maintaining the life of the Diaspora and of "centralizing
its energies" around the State, assert that "Israel must
Human Rights to the Forefront at United Nations
mean something grand and universal. Thus they, too,
have returned to the secular metaphysics of Ahad Hs-Am.
And the crucial riddle remains, the question unanswer-
ed bv Ha-Am and answered by no one since: how can a
secular State ofler itself as a model for the rcdempt.on of
the human race' What, in fact, is the chosen, the unique?
These Very briefly, are the major lines which enss-crou
Zionist debate. I have not the scholarship to judge as
acutely as may others the accuracy of Rabbi Hortzberg'i
analysis But as a reader of many books, I can say that
this portrait of an idea in full historical perspective reads
is vigorously as any novel, with the added excitement
that it is the movement of a collective Jewish intellect
which one is following,
I cannot possibly imagine any thinker, writer or
speaker on Zionism who can afford not to have read this
book, no matter how profound his grasp of the writers
excerpted in it may'already be.
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SAlPETBt
Bank Loan Inopportune
Jerusalem
THERE WAS no getting around it.
Israel suffered a major diplomatic
defeat when the World Bank gave I
dent Nasser of the United Arab Republic
a S56.500.000 loan for development of
the Suez Canal. Israel had been denied
passage through the canal since the War
of Independence in 1948. Further, from
Nasser had molested foreign ships carrying
the
United Nations I
IN THE FIELD of social and economic)
welfare, no item on the agenda of any
United Nations organ is of greater con-
cern to Jews around the world than the
subject of human rights.
Under that rubric come all the free-'
doms dear to civilized mankind free'
tloms not only "of,'" but also freedoms .^j
"from." These include fundamentals line iieedom of
self-determination, and freedom from persecution; free-
dom of the right to life, to jobs, to family welfare; and
freedom from denial of the right to emigrate or to immi-
grate.
One of the basic rights is the right not only to believe
in one's chosen religion, but also the right to freedom from
denial to practice that religion. It is not enough for a
constitution of any country to express belief in freedom
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
What's in a Name?
IT HAPPENED in Washington. The Is-
srael Embassy In Washington is call-
ed upon to deal with many matters of
ntematlonal importance, in politics,
ommerce and what have you. Last week
or instance, the phone in the Embassy
"Hello, can you give me the name of
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion's wil
Who know.-.' Maybe some big muck-a-muck was planning
to send invitation- to Mr. Ben-Gurion and hi- heller half,
The switchboard girl at the Embassy said: "Just a
moment. I will connect you with our Information Depart-
ment."
'Oh. that's all right," came back the caller. "He's got
it. You see, my husband has been working on a cross-
word puzzle."
*
It happened in Tel Aviv. Moshe Sharett received free
tickets to a performance of a new Tel Aviv show for him-
self and family. Between acts. Mr. Sharett went behind
the scenes and complimented the actors on their perform-
ance.
Later, the theatre received a letter from Mr. Sharett
with a check for the tickets. Mr. Sharett explained in the
letter that he could not accept free tickets.
The theater management however decided to frame
the check uncashed and hang it on the wall. So Mr. Sharett
gets his tickets free despite everything he could do

It happened in Jerusalem. Between his official duties
President Ben-Zvi likes nothing better than to browse m
book stores. One day recently, he was in one of the
humbler book shops. After making a purchase he con-
versed with the proprietor, asking how his health' was and
how was business.
The proprietor answered his health was fine, he was
fit as a fiddle, he felt like a four-year-old on a frosty morn-
ing and. as for business, he was making money head over
heels, thank God.
When President Ben-Zvi left, a friend who had been
listening in, said to the book dealer, "How could you sav
those things? You know they are false."
"Of course," said the book dealer, -business is ter-
rible, and I don't even wish on my enemies my health but
after all, the President is the President."
of religion, unless the religious person and religious com-
munity is also given the right and the facilities for prac-
ticing that religion. The constitutional right, in itself, is
more than meaningless. It is a mockery.
Freedom of religious rights and practices is a subject
now on the United Nations agenda. It is being taken up
by the Human Rights Commission's Subcommission on
Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities,
*
After the long New Year holiday, the first 1960 meet-
ing scheduled at UN headquarters, beginning three weeks
of debate, was the 12th session of this Subcommission.
There are 12 members on this body. AH are social scien-
tists or experts appointed by their governments in their
individual capacity. Two are members of the Soviet bloc,
coming from the Soviet Union and Poland. Two others
are Arabs, from the United Arab Republic and Lebanon.
Religion is not the only human right on this year's
Subcommission calendar. On the agenda, too, are items
concerning prevention of discrimination against minor-
ities; a study of discrimination in the matter of the right
of everyone to emigrate from any country, including his
own: discrimination in education; measures that might be
taken for cessation of national, racial, or religious hostility
that constitutes an incitement to hatred and violence.

The perceptive render will recognize at once how vital
these subjects are to Jews the world over. It will he seen
immediately that the Communist representatives will not
like an item like the right of persons' to emigratethat
could affect the rights of 3.000.000 Jews to emigrate from
tin USRR. The topic of discrimination of minorities if
Jew- in the Soviet Union and jew- in Arab lands
Certainly, the Arab- w.n not he pleased with the last
item, which could forbid "incitement to hatred and vio-
lence against Israel.
time to time. ..
Israeli cargo. This year, this interference became
Egyptian dictator's official policy.
But the World Bank nevertheless continued to nego-
tiate with him on a loan for expansion of the Suez Canal
and persisted even after Nasser, last May, detained the
Danish freighter Inge Toft and held it because her captain
refused to permit the unloading and confiscation of her
Israel cargo.
After prolonged negotiations, during which Israel was
asked to abstain from any overt actssuch as calling for
action by the United Nations Security Council, Secretary-
General Dag Hammarsksjold "succeeded" in obtaining as
arrangement, whereby Nasser would let Israel exports
and imports pass if the goods were not in actual Israel
ownership when passing through the canal namely al-
ready the property of the buyer (F.O.B.) if coming from
Israel and property of the seller (C.I.F.) If destined for
Israel.
Israel balked at such discriminatory arrangements,
but finallyupon the strong urging of friendly govern
ments. including the United States and Britainagreed to
give it a try. Yet. when the Greek vessel Astypalei.
carrying Israel made cement purchased by an Entreai
importer exactly as stipulated under the proposed "ar-
rangement." tried to pass the canal, the ship was detained,
Nasser attempted to confiscate the cargo and refused to
permit passage when the captain would not permit the
unloading of the cement.
Only four days later after this, the World Bank ap-
proved the loan to Nasser. What made the Israeli defeat
e\,n worse was the fact that the loan had been approved
on the insistence of the United States which repeatedly
declared its lirm support of Israels right of free passafl
through the canal.
Thll did not really surprise Israel. Bitter M the
dereal was Israel had seen it coming during the m
preceding the vote by the board of the World Bank. It
Rifled the trend-led by Washingtonto appease Nas-
ser, no matter what he did.
From Hollywood:
HERBERT G. LUFT
1
Angry Young Man Says He's Not Beatnik
Hollywood
lulORT SAHL, the acid, sharply-
witted nightclub comedian and
levitating critic of modern so-
city, in ins Forthcoming movie does
I switch of character by perform-
ing a feat of heroism. Oa the se-
at Columbia Studios. I watched a
scene from "All the Young Men ,
taif^LST >arn rl'ai,ng ,he Wrorerslal
Lssue of rac al prejudice among our own soldiers
Stages 8 and 9 of the studio were transformed^ ,
laconSlyfithaTh^ee1n^Z,^m?!l,;0ldmP
individualist, he has been perform""
as a staunch
-weater-clad
ion career.
throughout his nightclub^.teles'
The angry young man" wantsT^k"""
'ormist. but resents b'eing"..K"? "X~
dont want to he involved with society, believe in
anarchy, which is the antithesis of what I do." Sahl
says. To him, Beatnik humor is based on sheer ir-
reverance, while he just tells the truth and makes
people laugh at their own shortcomings, ills subjects
cover the folkways of modern America, from psycho-
M^ to poluics to sports cars and education,
u-k 1 u' ,hecom*d>an evolved out of Sahl-the writer
w h.le he was on the Berkeley campus, he worked
* if*** am" """P*. turnin< a* five oneact
l"a>s He decided the best way to get the message
across was t K0 out and deliver it in person a* a
Performer His real show business debut was just
f >e uS *g0 at ,he "Hungry I" in San Francisco,
he off-beat coffee house looking for now. offbeat
"lent. Thtss. Frisco discovered Sahl and the world
discovered San Francisco as a. entertainment cen-
ter Beginning with the "Hungry I." Sahl biased
'rail of small clubs for other young performers
tTi^!!iTT,y had oui*t- From "hip rooms-
me the Village Vanguard, he continued the trail oa
inrough the big nightclubs in Chicago. Washing***.
niih'iK .n.w'nd New York" H MW PP*"*1
n'Khtly at the "Crescendo" in Ilollywosd-on the
Ni pSuTt s,ri"~Nued i ** Mghts as "1*
Next President. '


Friday. January 22. 1960
+Jmlsfi Fhrknar
Page 15-A
LI SAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDI
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK 11 Kit KB Y OlVKN l)it
the undersigned, dc.-liing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
i .I.I'MBIA HOTEL at 119 8.B. lal
Avenue. Miami, Fla., Int. mis to reg-
ister en Id name with tin clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dadi' County. Florida.
MOTEL 8TEWAKT. INC.
A Pla. Corp.
LEONARD KALIHH
Attorney for Applicant
16211 Dul'out Iildn.
1/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY
No. A9C11M1
REAL VALUE HOMEH. INC.
a Florid*, corpora lion.
Plaintiff.
Lonis vooel mrh.
i.i i is vooel
Ill I'.KHT LEE KING A JUSTINE
KINO, his wife,
CENTRAL INSURANCE AUENCY,
INC
'ROBERT W. TIMPBON & MART
I A. TIMFSON. his wife.
Defendant!).
NOTICI BY PUBLICATION
|Tt): HCHERT I.KK KINO &
JUSTINE KINO, hla wife
address unknuu n
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that there
[ha* been filed thin day In the above
[eiiled Court by Real Value Homes,
line, a Complaint to Foreclose a Mort-
Igage and Agreement for Deed on the
following described Real Property:
Lota 37. 3*. the East 8 feet of Lot
IS. all lit Block 1 of NORTH H1A-
LEAH HEIGHTS according to the
Mat thereof recorded In Plat Book
27 at page IS of the Public Recorda
of l>ade County. Florida.
fnu are required to plead or appear
Mild Complaint on or before the 5th
Bay of February'. 1 by filing a copy
[if your answer with the Clerk of this
l"ourt and serving a copy of same up-
on Herman T. lsls. attorney for Plain-
tiff. 11", Maderla Avenue. Coral Cables
11. Florida otherwise the allegations
pt the Complaint will be taken at con-
fessed by > oil.
i: B LBATHERMAN, clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade lountv. Florida
laeal) By: K M LTMAN.
Deputy Clerk
1/8-15-22-29
vdmnu
BY HENRY LEONARD
W -
nW '-
i
ANNUAL Oxft>RD-CAMBRIDGE
Sunshine Rebekahs to Meet
Sunshine Rebckah Lodge 9 will
meet Tuesday evening at the
Workmen's Circle Auditorium, 25
Washington ave.
LEGAL NOTICE
"... and therefore, for oil those reatons, we
of the affirmative maintain that the latke is
superior to the bfintze!"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i. i ,!i. in l. deairina to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SOVEREIGN HOTEL al 1385 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beech, Florida intend
to register laid name with th,
of tin circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
RALPH LAt'HMAN
JEAN LACHMAN
AARON M. KANNER
M'oin. Ralph Lachinan and
Jean Lachman
jv", Security Trust llullding
.Miami 32, Florida
1/22-29,2/5-12
. L.
|N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 47
Elsie smith,
plaintiff,
lEORna WALLACE SMITH
I iitinilant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IROE WALLACE SMITH
Addreaa unknown
You are hereb) notified that a suit
r cll\ orce has been i

gnawer or pleading to the Bill
. t'nmptalnl on ..ntlffa at-
I K.VVII) I.IKItMAN. 21 South
[ < stead. Florida.
file tl.....rlginal In the Office of
Clerk of the Clicult Court on or
Hi.' lath il.iv of February.
la." oilier wine the allegations of said
fill of ioni|,l.....t will be taken as
. ,| li\ \ ou.
Dated thla ith day'of January, A.D.
E. "*B. LEATHEItMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, I>adr County, Florida
s,.,li By: K M LVMAN.
Deputy Clerk
1/8-15-23-29
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 131
JANE SHI'I'I.A.
Plaintiff.
HARRY BHUPLA,
I >efendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HAUltv sin I'l.A
UKS AVENOE, MS O. 123.
Fleet Poel Office
New York, Note York
You are In-r.-bx notified that a Bill
of Complain) for Divorce has bean
filed on, Hid you an- requlr-
,,l to nerve a ir Anna i oi
Pleading to the pill of Complaint on
the i FRANK E
KREE.M ix. '.'' Ainsl. s BuYMIng, Mi-
ami, Florida and file the original An-
oi Pleading In the office of the
, of the Tin at Court on a
ih. 12th dav of Febroary, l......
If you fall to 'l...... at bj de-
fault will be taken agalnei yon for the
demanded In the Mill of Com-
plaint. ,
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
n THE JEWISH KL< HUMAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Floii.la. this 7th day of January. A.D.
ISM
K I! LEATHEItMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By K. M I.YMA.N
Deputy Clerk.
l/li-22-2, 2/
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PKKK WAR at number 1880 79th
Street in the City of North Bay
Village. Florida Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk M the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida
Dated at North Miami lleach. Flor-
ida, this 15th day of January. 1980.
PRICE WAR. INC., a Florida Corp.
B\ tll.ADV C.HLDMAN. President
HNTDER AND YOlNH
Attorneys for Applicant
1/22-29, 2/-.-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OlVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneaa under the fictitious names
of ROLLS RECORDS CO., also REOO
RD8 ill also M A It C E I. 1. A
KERN, also THE I'OLKA DOTS, also
THE PI.ElMiKS, also THE NOC-
TURNES at MS Bay Drive. Miami
Pea, li. Intend- to register said names
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
hislneea under the fictitious name of
ANDI.EI.IC.HT INN at 3131 Com-
bodore Plain. Miami Intends to reg-
eter said name with the Cleik of the
I'll cult Court of Dade County. Florida.
CANDLELIGHT INN, IMC.
(a Fla eon i Owner
CE881 ER, OARS, ROTH
Attorneys foi Applicant
il>:.\ s\V 1st sir. et
l/g-13-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. SOC 42
IARIE I.. CLARK.
Plilntiff.
LLBBRT M. CLARK,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: ALBERT M. CLARK
Residence Unknown.
I You are hereby notified that a com-
plaint for divorce haa been filed
Igalnal vou, and you are required to
k, > oopj of your answer or "'her
bidding to said complaint on Jilaln-
UfPa attorney, C.corge N. McDonell.
lot lllscavne Rulldlng. Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original In the office
bf the Clerk of the above court on or
before the 8th day of February. 19o.
Otherwise the allegations of eakl cum-
blalnt will be taken aa conieaaed by
rou.
Dated January _., 19S0.
B. B LEATHERMAN, Of*;,,
I Circuit Couit. Dade <""unttr. ITorlda
laeal) B) WM W STOOKINO,
Deputy Clerk
^^ l/8-lS-*t-
\n THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4M57-B
IN RE: Estate of
HIED FEKtil'SON
ised.
NOTICE TO CREDITOe*
sTo All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Bald
V-srate:
You are hereby notified and re-
if.ir.! to pieaent any claims and de-
tola of FRED 'N ,de-
. of Dade County. Florida,
. the CVinntv Juders of Dade County.
irnd in,. u,e min*i In their eft
lio Coui House In Dade < oun-
l>. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
Publication hereof, or the game will
barred,
VI MOSS
Executor
1F.N ESREN
Attorney
)"H Se\bold Building
Miami. Florida ,/,.,5-M-SI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. SOC 306
In re Adoption of
fwithin D nx by
ROBERT M. SHiHiAN. a/k/a
RT SHOOAN, and.
joined by his wife.
ELLEN s BHOQAN, aa
letitlonera.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DANIEL l CE8ARZ
&C39 Trenton,
Detroit, Michigan __.I,r,
TO I A R i: HEREBY NO. IM1.D
that a Petition foi Adoption pi
thla Dlgne Ceaaix. a niiii"i M
fll.d. and you ar< required to appear,
, ., V( ,, ,,. u oi your answei. oi
, ,,, pleading to the PaJRWni on
petltlonera' attorney, M. JAY *<>-
I.INER, Suite 1404, lllacayne Building;,
Miami. Florida, and f.l- the original
, pleadlna In Ihe Ofl
the Clerk of the Circuit curt on r
befort the i .Hi day of lei.iu..i>. 196.
If vuu fall to do so. a D...... 1 io Con-
feaao will be taken against >""'"'
the relief prayed for In the PetItlon
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, this I2tn da>' January. 10
K B. LBATHERMAN, Clajtk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. SOC 301
GLORIA OI-ADSTONE.
Plaintiff.
DAVID \5lADSTONE.
^'Ju'tfor DIVORCE
TO: DAVID GLADSTONE
415 East 32nd Street
Mw York City. New Yora
DA V 1 D tiLADSTONE. are
notified .hat a HIM "f CtejW.
for Divorce haa been filed
KAREN RECORDS INC.
a Florida I'm |ioi a l i-.n
SAM WICI.ER. Pre*
I 1.\-22-29. 2/5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 356
CONSTANCE BARHAM,
'Iff.
\
KINOSLKY R BARHAM
1. '. n lant.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
Tl i KINCr I i.v R B \i:iia.M
p \i B Bog
Y< li.', KING8LEY R BARH \M
'
. i to th. romplatnt for Dli
on tl Iff's ..Horn. \V.\1.-
I I i / '
i 32. Florida,
ami file the oi Igin il In the office of
h< i 'ii Hi' n or
i f..,,. he nil day of Ki l0:
otherwise a
'
. a.ill
By K. M I.YM \N.
Deputy ci.rk.
1/13-22-29.2/5
Remodeling Boom
On Miami Beach
Miami Beach has just completed "h ,hl <"lrrk "f "* ''rcuit Court ..f
a record $3,000,000 year in resi- ""de
dential rcmodelings.
For a city its size, with few
more than 6,000 private homes, this
volume of home improvement ac-
tivity is a strong indication that
Beach residents enjoy living where
thr-v are.
More than 60 percent of Ihe Mi
ami Beach homes arc more than
ten years old now, and remodeling
offers their owners the mol prac-
tical way to remain on the Beach
in up-to-date quarters.
Th* alternative is to purchase
a now homo. But with land
pricos having doubled on the
Beach within the last ton years,
and with unimproved property
no longer widely available, the
prospect often holds little enthu-
siasm lor present home owners.
According to Jack Harris, for
four years a specialist in home ad
ciitions, opportunities for remodel-
ing are probably greater on Miami
Beach than any place else in
South Plorida.
"The older homes," he notes,
"are built on large plots of ground,
making possible the addition of al-
most aay type of room. And where-
as many new homes are built in-
itially with Florida rooms, the old-
er Miami Beach homes are having
them added, replacing the once-
popular porch or sun parlors."
Garages, widely found with older
Beach homes, also account for a
large part of the remodeling vol-
ume. Increasingly, they are being
converted to more practical use as
utility rooms, play rooms, or ad-
ditional bedrooms and baths. Car-
ports arc being added, he said.
Opera Seeking Singers
Miami Beach Civic Orchestra
conductor Barnett Btceskin is now
working on the orchestra's concert
presentation of "La Traviata."
Male and female roles are still not
filled, and auditions may be ar-
ranged with Breeskin at 1100
Washington ave.
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4*500 C
IN RE: KSTATK OK
JACK K RXNOLBB
I 't'( e-*ii S#J'1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AU I'eixutia H>v-
iiik Clalnui or DemandM Against Said
Katate:
You, and eaeh of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
clalmH and demands which you, or
either of you, muv have against the
eatate of JACK E R1NOLER de-
ceaaed late of Dade County, hloilda.
to the Honorable County Judges of
liaile County, and file the same in
their offleea In the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
.calendar months from the date ef the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
M the claimant and to la.- aworn
In and presented as aforesaid, oi same
uill be barred. See Section 7ill6 of
the I: Probate Act.
Hated January 12, A I' 1H60.
THAN K RINQLER
As Co-Kxccutrlx of the l-ast Will
and Testament of Jack K. Kingler
.I sell
PHILIP i MILLER
in? Lincoln lloail
Miami BeSch. Florida
Attorn,> fin Exi
1 U-tS-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 58C 3896
l.i.CIS HENRY DALEY,
Plaintiff,
RAE MARIE DALBY,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl I: l.i IS HENRY DALEY,
l: R 1
Invllle, Illinois
Ti if ARK 1 V V ITIF1E11 I
:, Petition in i
til .

l n 11.
i.. hereb) req "f
w. r to said i" i' ii M" 'I
iff's. Attorney, OEOROE N.
Ma. I iNELL, ne Bldg., Ml-
You
hereby
plaint
against you. and you are requlre.1 to
arve a eony of rOOT Answer or Plead-
I^g t," the Hill of Complaint_on the
pUln.lff- Attorney. I.KBOWITZ AM
BELLER, ~0 riret street. MUml
Beach. Florid, and file the "'''"'
Answer or Pleading In the office oj
rk of Hie Chen t Oourt on or
the lith day r. !<>
fall to do ao. Judgment b\ de-
fault l" t-e taken against -
ii, f demanded In Uie BUI of
s,, ORDERED at Miami.
,f January.
,' i*. cWk.
ill Collll
(aeall Bv: W.M M ST<>CKIX<1.
(mm*" l.,k.
.WITT. HKLLBR
R" la. JES-077*
Attorney, for Plaintiff ^.^^ ,/4
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTI1
ITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS IIKItKHV (5IVEN ihn:
Die nii.leisiuii.il. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I ll-ST \ HAR at IS?. it h
Avenue. North Miami. Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Floi Ida.
JOYCE TO.MMK.lt DA ML
ALYCE BBBKK
Fajual Pal tnera
l/:-!9.
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VKN that
gage In
I no .me ill
at numbei i-.'n 7th
North B
lag*. Florid, til'
said name with the Clerk of tl
Cull Courl of Hid. County, Florida.
I'Hted nt Noi ih Miami I
id.i. this r.th day of January, 190.
CI'T ItATF.. INC., a Florida cup.
IH H >LDMAN, President
BNY1 ii i\i i v< il
Attomeyi for Amiiu-ant
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY fllVBN that
the underalgned, deairina lo iingags in
inder Ihe fictitious name of I
ONDCIT NIPPLE MANUPACTUB
l\i; rii nF Fl.i'ltll'A at 578 \\ Itttl
M. Ili.ileah Intends to register said
lam. uuh th. Clerk ..f ihe '
Court of ii.i.ie County, Fi.....la.
CMtlDA PIPE AND NIPPLE
Ml i; CO., INC i Fla. Corp.
MIl.Ti N S I RIEDM \N
Ml..: ii. \ ant
*-" i/iS,-a../
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
>N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 244
MIRIAM DAVIS SMI III
Plaintiff
RAYM) IND I.KK SMITH
11. i. ii,lant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Hi RAYMOND I.KK SMITH
You RAYMOND LEE SMITH. Jl
Huffman Prlve, llami'ton, Virginia
are hereby notified that a BUI of
omplalnt for 1 >lvorce has laprn filed
igalnst you. and you are requited to
servf i-tp> "' your Answer or Plead-
iiK to the Bill of Complaint on the
ilalntlff's Attorney, Marvin Hchttd,
:s N \V Ith Street. Homestead. Kim -
'da and file the original Ans.i at
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
be Circuit Cunt on or before the 16th
day of JanuaiA. AM !'.">"
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Had.- County, e'l.r.da
By: K M LYMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
QEOROE N MacDONELL
Attorney f..i Defendant
Rae Marie Daley
1/8-13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nam.- of
I.IK TAYLOR'8 BTEPH TO BEAUTY
at 1711 Ponce de Leon iioulevnrd.
Coral Cables. Florida Intend to reK-
,n I num. wiih the Clerk of the
lit C.uirt of Dade County. Florida.
LEE ROY FKW1.ER
I'KTKIt VIZZI
Ownera
BERNARD Hl'TNEB
At tot 'lev for 11 n. U
. ||] ini.ia II Hiding
Miami 32. hortd.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICI-: IS HBRBHY OIVHN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I.KNTON ItK.M.TY at s". N.E. 174th
Drive. North Miami lleach Intend, to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F,Ur1-*- NEIL LKNT.N
l/l-t-U-iS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY C1VKN that
1.1 of February. IM0. If you fall to it^he ulern%ned jdeeirlng t.i; ewae J"
' by default will be .business under the fictitious name of
lo an, Juilgnient
aken against you for the relief dr
nsnded in the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
iach week for four consecutive weeks
In THF. JEWISH I-1XR1DIAN.
DONK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ISth day of January.
A.D. 1M0.
E. B LEATHBRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florid,
(seal) By K M I.YMAN
Defiuly Clark.
l/is-a-M. 2/:>
FATHER & SON CI.FANKRS *
TAILORS at 9J2-71st St. Miami
Beach, Fla, 224 14th St. Miami
Beach, fla.. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
CELLA OREENHERO,
Sole Proprietor
PAUL KWITNEY. Attorney
of the Law Firm of
Berkell Kwltney
420 Lincoln Road I/1.,.l;.21
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Friday. January 22. i$i
The largest turnout of reporters and photographers ever to
assemble at Lod Airport in Israel await the arrival from New
York of Rabbi Halberstam, known to his followers the world
over a* the Klausenburg Rabbi. He was cheered by hundreds
of his disciples assembled from all corners of Israel when he
came down the ramp of the jet-powered El Al Britannia, pre-
ceded by a 17th Century Sefer Torah. Rabbi Halberstam was
accompanied by 55 of his New York flock to settle in Nathania
in the town of Santz, which he founded five years ago as a
center for his followers. This is the first Hassidic movement to
Israel in many decades.
Coldmann, Adenauer Talk
Continued from Page 1-A
Chancellor had been "speaking
symbolically."
Meanwhile, thousands of stu-
dents from all colleges and high
schools in West Berlin participated
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Monday In a demonstration against
the recent anti-Semitic incidents
organized by the student body and
faculty of the West Berlin Free Uni-
; versity. The demonstration, held
at the site of West Berlin's memor
ial to the victims of Nazism, at-
tracted additional thousands of
non-students.
Prof. Edward Neumann. Chan-
cellor of the Free University, told
the assembly that no restitution
could ever make up for the crimes
committed against the Jews dur-
ing the war. A student leader.
Gerhard Grucnbeim. told his fel-
low-students that "we have neg-
lecled so much that we are all re-
sponsible for what has happened
recently." A member of the West
Berlin City Senate. Joachim Lip-
schitz, also addressed the throng.
West Berlin police Mondav ar-
rested Rudolf Kemmerfcb, 20, fed-
eral chairmon of the neo-Nazi Na-
tional Student I'nion.
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We buy and sell all kinds of furnishings,
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Forget War With Israel-Baghdad
JERUSALKM- world wu tdviied by Rad.o Bagh-
dad, in a broadcast monitored here
to forget the idea of a "war of ex-,
termination" IgtiBII UrMt
The broadcast Ml DMd 1" SI|P
port of Iraq Premier Kasseni I
plan for creation of a Palestine
Republic" under the leadership of
Ihe former Mufti of Jerusalem,
llaj Amin el Husseini. onetime
Nazi collaborator. Renewed oppo-
sition of the plan, which would re-
' quire Jordan to give up the terr.
ton west Ol the -'ordan it ab-
sorbed during the attack on Ihe
newborn State of Israel in 1948.
was expressed by Haiti Majali.
Jordanian Prime Minister.
The Jordanian Prime Minister
said in Amman that the Jordan
Government did not recognixe
the Arab Higher Committee or
any other body as the legal rep-
resentative of the Arab refugees.
The refugees would, under Pre-
mier Kassem's proposals, be-
come the citizens of the proposed
. new Arab state.
The comment of the Jordan
Prime Minister came in response
to a question front I deputy in Par-
liament, who wanted (0 know what
the Jordan Government's attitude
was toward a recent statement by
the Aral) Higher Committee for
Palestine proposing the establish-
ment of .in independent Arab state
, "in that part of Palestinian terri-
tory unoccupied by Israel. The
committee is headed by the for
mer Mufti of Jerusalem.
The Baghdad broadcast quoted
approvingly from an article in the
Sudanese newspaper. "Rissala.
which declared that "Arabs must
once and for all understand that
there cannot be an all-out attack
on Israel which is a member in
ood standing of the t'nited Na-
tions Proclaiming war on Israel
as Arabs so often promiseis tan-
tamount to slapping the face of the
Inited Nations."
The newspaper also was quot-
ed as warning that the Arab
countries "must understand that
if they continue war slogans
against Israel, the result may bo
an outbreak of war in the entire
Middle loot an which th fr^
inevitably wi||
"Arab* should therefore *d.|
come the best possible Pii,tin,!
solution proposed by Premier Kav I
sem. namely the establishment of
an Arab Republic in the westm!
part of, Palestine." the broadcast I
citation from "Rissala" contaJ
ued, "Such a plan does not involve!
war since it is in accordance with
United Nations resolutions."
The ex-Mufti long advocated .
tablishment of a "Palestine Go*
eminent" with headquarters |
Gaia, but President Nasser
fused to back him. The EgvpdaaJ
have, from time to time, advotavl
ed formation of a Palestine Aral
State in order to weaken the Kinfl
do mof Jordan.
Youth to Hear Boxing Chief
Al Sherman, Miami Reach Box-
Commissioner, will be guest
speaker at a Temple Emanu El
youth breakfast on Sunday morn-
ing according to Mrs Hope Her-
man. Temple Emanu Kl youth ac-
tivities .ill-
The breakfast commence- with a
short service at 10 i m in Pried
land Chapel and will be foil
beginning this week, by the Youth
Bowling League, which is open to
all teen-agers. Bus tran-nortatnl
to the bowling alleys will be
:shed by the Temple Emanu
United Synagogue Youth and
leave the Temple groun !- at 1:1
p.m.
Mrs. Herman also annoua
that reservations are now
accepted for the Temple Emiasl
El I'SY's annual hay ride aa|
wiener roast due Jan. 31 at Sli
ens's Farm, with buses leaving t
Temple grounds at 7 p.m.
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the
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"WorU
Mr. mm)-Mrs. Louis Cohen ar* fty1n to Phil-
adelphia to attend the 29th wedding anniversary
of Mrs. Cohen's sister, Mrg. A. Gelfand ... It
will be a gala occasion at the Drake hotel on the
24th While in Philadelphia, the Cohens will
spend every available minute with their son and
daughter-in-law, Sidney and Shirley, and their
(grandchildren, Denise and Mike Going with them on the trip is
Mrs. Fanny Sklar .
The former Rose Takser, of 918 Ocean dr., and Max Losman,
lof Pittsburgh, Pa., are back from their honeymoon and wedding
|two weeks ago ... On their return, their children gave them a
Welcome nome" party at 6750 SW 7th st. llyman Lesnick
lllcw in from Brazil for the reception .
Mrs. 'ijpng (Mary) Scligman, 1011 E. 17th, st., Hialeah. in
[Gotham Town for the marriage of her nephew, Bernard Jacobvon
Dn Sunday. .
H '* M
For many years before her passing away last week, Mary
lirschhorn was a board and life member of the Women's Auxiliary
pt the Jewish Home for the Aged Friends came to know her
Is perennial hostess to the regular Senior Citizens birthday party
|! Douglas Gardens, where she presented each honoree with a
audjuet ef flowers Co-workers will also miss Mary's endeavor
behalf of Henrietta Szold group of Hadassah, Hebrew Academy
tomen, Bikur Cholim, and Beth El Congregation Sisterhood.
*
Guests at the Jan. 30 Diamond Jubilee dinner dance for the
pni fit of National Children's Cardiac Hospital will be greeted by
bevy of beautiful hostesses Their honorary chairman is Mrs.
fcaron (PoHy Lux) de Hirsch Meyer for the stellar function slated
111 the Fontainebleau ...
Ai Goldman, of Fu Manchu, has new celebrity chairs for Jack
>aar. the TV star, and Carl Erbe, public relations man With
(it- height of the reason upon the area, new celebrity chairs are
npping up every few days at Goldman's well-known restaurant .
Pansy Flaum'i sister and brother-in-law. Belle and Nathaniel
?vine, of Kennicut Greens, Mahopac, N.Y.. will spend some time
Miami Beach before leaving for three months in South America.
'MI Ml
Mrs. Alvin J. Samuel, of Forest Hills., N.Y., is being hosted
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. (Theo)
imuel. of 19721 NW 6th ct. Theo is chairman of the second
inual Debutante Cotillion Ball due Feb. 6 at the Deauville hotel
ider the sponsorship of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation Sister-
Chicago impressario Joseph Hyman expected to arrive here
Feb. 1 with Mrs. H. He's mid-western representative for Met-
Dpolitan Opera tenor Richard Tucker The couple will be
fistting their children, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hyman. 3140 SW 14th
Prior to their arrival in Miami, they will mark their 55th
bedding anniversary with two other children, Mr. and'Mm. Sey-
mour Hyman and Mr. and Mrs. Lester (Bessie) Fields The
.mans have six grandchildren.
MI MI MI MI
On the Birth Front: Michael Bruce, first bom son to Mr. and
|iv Howard Ralby on Dec. 14 at St. Francis Hospital Bris
is at home, 321 191st st., Dec. 21, with Cantor Abraham Seif
ficiating Maternal grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman
union, Miami Beach Paternal grandmother and grandfather
re Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ralby, of Miramar, Fla. Maternal
eat grandmother is Mrs. Ida Delnick, Millis, Mass., and Miami
each Proud father is commander of Abe Horowitz Post of
twlsti War Veterans, and wife Marilyn is corrpsponding secre-
ry of Miami Beach Afternoon chapter of Women's American
IT .
Also: Michael Ross, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Arnel in New
frk City on Dec. 30 Michael is the first boy in the Arnel
iily Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kestenbaum,
Miami The Arnclsshe's the former Loretta Kestenbaum
in to visit here in March They'll be dividing their time be-
een her parents and sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
lis Rubin.
Ml MI MI MI
How is the weather up there in Boston? ... Dr. Ben Rosenberg
former exec of Federationwrites that it's five degrees above
snowing bard But it won't seem so cold when wife Mickey
rives She stayed behind in Miami Beach to complete the
senberg family moving details .
The Leo Ackerman house lonely these days npw that daughter
til and her husband, Max Spiegelman, have gone back to Ft.
ck.son, S.C. Military passes don't last forever ..
It was supposed to be a National Council of Jewish Women's
ird meeting, but it looked like a fashion show Mrs. Edward
pis* smart in beige and brown Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein in
ecoming red shirtmaker Mrs. Raymond Rubin sporting
ining pink Italian straw shoes to match a pink shirt Mrs.
pph Gleicher in a fresh looking yellow and white striped number,
Mrs. Robert Schwartz wearing an orchid and blue combin-
W .
Four-generation family party, with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
iwartz entertaining at dinner for Esther's great-uncle and aunt,
and Mrs. Harry Levy, of Chicago Harry's 86and associ-
wiih the Cook County Road Department.
Ml MI MI MI
In the Offing: On Feb. 26 Robert and Helen Lewin leave for a
month trip to Austria, Switzerland, Germany and Holland .
On hand at Tropical Park to see Mrs. Sidney Weintraub give
Museum Patrons Committee trophy cup: Mrs. Norman Tatar,
Samuel Gertman, Mrs. Samuel Kling, Mrs. Jeanne Roth-
lld .
Over 200 guests at the dinner party in Miami Springs Villas
goring Michael Parker on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah Jan.
Michael's the son of the Paul Parkers, of Jacksonville, N.C.,
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hirsch, of Miami Bar
tvah was at Temple Judea .
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kogan up to New York to meet the family
heir son Alexander's fiancee, Carol They certainly did meet
ptives all 70 of them While in Gotham Town Rose gave a
Cheon so that Carol's mother, Mrs. George Steinmarder, could
ft Beach winter residents living there Among themMrs.
"Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, January 22, 1960
Section B
CJA "Women of the Year" Musical Troupe is
now appearing before women's organizations
throughout Dade county, telling the story of
Combined Jewish Appeal services in verse
and song. Troupe members are Mrs. David
Miller (left) and Mrt.-Sol P. Geitznan (right).
Preparations for benefit dinner dance sponsored by the Wom-
en's Corps of the Cancer Institute at Miami on Feb. 3 at the
Carillon hotel are discussed by Joyce Nizxori. showgirl in the
Lou Walters Parisienne Revue, Mrs. Hairy Nadler. dance
chairman, and Mrs. Sidney Ralfel. president of the Women's
Corps.
Pioneer Women Slate Functions
Continued on Page S-B
Sixth annual dinner for Child
Rescue Fund of Pioneer Women,
Miami Beach Club 2. is being
sponsored jointly by Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Marcus and Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Katz, according to president
Mrs. Ida Jacob-Liftman. The af-
fair will be held at the Royal Hun-
garian restaurant on Sunday, 6
Hope School Bruncheon
Coral Gables chapter of Hope
School for Mentally Retarded Chil-
dren will hold its first fund-raising
project for 1960, a brunch and card
party Tuesday, 11 a.m. through the
afternoon, at Hillel House on the
University of Miami campus. In
charge of information are Mrs.
Fred Diamond and Mrs. Shelfon
Dobkin.
p.m., with Mrs. Abraham Shedroff
in charge of arrangements.
sea
Mrs. Joseph Krantz, president of
Beach Club 1, announces the first
luncheon of the year will be held
on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., at the Ritz
Plaza hotel. Mrs. Milton Green,
Council president will be guest
speaker. A musical program will
be led by Dorren Sakrais. Pro-
ceeds are for the Child Building
Fund in Israel.
see
Mrs. Isaac Offenhanden, pres-
ident of Beba Idelson Club, reports
a "Bagel and Lox" card party
sponsored by Mrs. Samuel Weiss-
berg at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob P. Cosow, 7222 Trouville
Esplanade, Normandy Isle, on
Wednesday at noon. Proceeds arc
for Moetzet Hapoalot, sister organ-
ization of Pioneer Women in Israel.
They are shown at a recent National Council
of Jewish Women's meeting with Mrs. Emery
Kemeny, president of the Sunset Division, and
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. chairman of the CJA
Women's Division Speakers' Bureau.
Mrs. Zeientz
Retires From
Temple Israel
A significant era in the history
of Temple Israel of Greater Miami
came to a close at the first of the
year with the retirement of Jen-
nie (Mrs. Louis) Zeientz as execu-
tive secretary for the Reform con-
gregation.
Honored only last May by more
than 500 members at a dinner
marking her 25th anniversary as
secretary, Mrs. Zeientz completed
her span of service to "live a life
of leisure" on Miami Beach, where
she moved recently after living 34
years in the same house on NE
28th st.
One of the dynamic spirits of
Temple Israel from its birth as
the second synagogue in all of
Greater Miami. Mrs. Zeientz spent
many years in a volunteer capacity
to assist the growing institution as
it went through the hurricane of
1926. the subsequent crash of real
estate values in Miami, and other
viscissitudes of the pioneer com-
munity. With her late husband,
Louis, who served as a president of
the congregation, "she contributed
of herself in every phase of syna-
gogue activity, and in promoting
the tenets of Reform Judaism."
Temple Israel leaders declared
here.
. At the annual donor luncheon of
the Temple Israel Sisterhood Wed-
nesday, at the Fontainebleau ho-
tel. Mrs. Zeientz was honored with
a life membership during a special
ceremony. She was also honored
at the recent convention of the Na-
tional Assn. of Temple Administra-
tors for which she served as co-
chairman.
Slate Preview of film
Greater Miami chapter of the
National Kidney Disease Founda-
tion will meet on Monday, 10:30
a.m., at tne home of Mrs. David
Loveman, 4815 Biltmore dr., Coral
Gables. There will be a preview
of the new KD film. "To Let a
Boy Play Ball."


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Friday, January 22,
Page 2-B
Reviewing he 11:30 a.m. brunch in honor S^2?*A^|&5Si
are (left to right) Mrs. Emett Choate, Mrs. Jos- Kay.
eph P. Lieb, Mr. James Guilmartin,
Mrs.
Concert Artist
Miami Resident
A noted concert artist is now
making Greater Miami h home
She U RM !(..>.-.nu.od.Jkho, with
:,,., husband and mh|K, n
,.,.,, ,,,. hvmg at 1941 Liberty
3NA noted soprano. fcfJaa Hosamond
Wai born and educated at the
Brooklyn Conservatory in Brook-
lyn and educated at the Conserva-
tory of Music there as a pianist
and accompani-l-
After receiving a scholarship
with the renowned Alexander Ros
anoff in sinning and voice culture
she was also coached by Paul
Meyer. .
Miss Rosamond made her demit
with the Columbia Opera Com
pany ten years ago, playing Gilda
in "RiBoletto." She then made her
debut as a recitalist at Carnegie
Hall in April. 1955.
Miss Rosamond's repertoire in-
cludes Italian. German, Yiddish.
----------------------------------------------and Hebrew Lieder, folk-songs and
Youth Fair Due Here 0,JJJ J,, ^ appeared on tele-'
The tenth annual Youth Fair will vision and radio and in concert,
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bookings for her
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accepting
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get under way Jan. 28 to 31 at the halls throughout the nation.
gel until "J __j. IfUa D....,,,.,..,I 'c huchani
Dade
9475 SW 88th st. The fair is jointly
sponsored by the 4-H and future
farmers clubs of Dade county.
These clubs have entered more
than 1.500 exhibits in the home-
making, agriculture and animal
husbandry divisions. All entries
will be carefully judged, and prize!
and ribbons will be presented.
at
Social Workers
Schedule Panel
Feb. 10 is the date set for the Sponsors' dessert coffee of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division at the Seville
hotel. Mrs. Milton Sirkin (right) is chairman of the social, which
will raise funds to help Israel's newcomers, provide them with
homes and jobs, and support the 57 local and national causes
aiding men, women and children in Miami and the United
States. With Mrs. Sirkin are vice chairmen Mrs. Morris Golden
(left) and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz (center).
New Chapter Meeting Date
Miami Beach chapter of the Jew-
ish National Home for Asthmatic
Children met Wednesday evening
at Miami Beach Federal on Lin-
coln rd. Mrs. Milton Koch, presi-
dent, saia tne group now meets
on the third Wednesday of each
month, instead of the fourth, as
previously.
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For Reelection
Clemen J. Ehrlich has file.!
candidate for reelection to thl
Council of North Bay Villa]
the election to be held on Tuesday,
Feb. 16.
Three councilmen are to be elect-
ed, one each from Treasure. '
Bay, and Harbor Islands, compris-
ing North Bay Village.
Ehrlich served as mayor of North
Bay Village for two years, and is
presently serving as councilman.
He is an attorney, member of tiie
New York and Florida Bars, a
member of the Dade County Bar
Assn. and the American Bar Assn.
and has served as a municipal
judge.
His community activities include
a board member of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, finan-
cial secretary of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
Beach Branch, and treasurer of
Jewish Vocational Service.
He has served as chairman of
both the United Fund and the
Combined Jewish Appeal drive in
North Bay Village. He is married
and resides with his wife, Selnia.
and two sons, on Treasure Island.
lEKVfD
IN A CLASS
OR A CUP
TETLEY TEA
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Recent Senate hcarincs on the
aged was the theme of a panel.
"Community Organization in Ac-
tion." ;it a meeting, of the South
Florida chapter, National As'-n. of
Social Workers, on Toes ay
Panel participants man Mrs.
Grace Fi nter, exacuth e seci
ot the Senior Citizens Division of
the Welfare Planning Council;
ate to the
Senior Citizens Division for the
\.\SW efa .pter: and Mrs. 1.
Alpert, who served as chairman
of the planning committee for the
workshops preceding the U. S. Sen-
ate committee hearings on. the
aged recently held in Miami.
The chapter meeting was held
at the Rehabilitation Center for
Crippled Children and Adults, 1475
NW 14th ave.. at 7:30 p.m.
Teen-Agers
Will Speak Out
"DisciplineToo Much or
Little The Teen-Ager
will be the subject of a
Miss Margaret Gilkey, director]
guidance services of the
, County School Board, at a
meeting of the Dade Count
cil of Parent-Teacher Assa
The meeting will take placeli
nesday, 10 a.m., at the Hcr.ry Pf,
Junior High School.
Following Miss Gilkey
teen-agers will speak on the th
of how today's discipline of
school and society are affe
youth's activitks and purp
Students who will p.irticif
two from the 12th grade. So
yumn, Hioleah High School
"Bucky" Fox, Miami I
mr High School: -and Iwo in
grade. Henry Filer Junior
School. Cathy Spiaggo and
Smith.
Mrs William P. Cooke. Ca
Council president, will condi
business meeting. A report
progress of television in the:
will be given by Frank 0. Sk
director of research and in
. tion of the Dade County-
Board.
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riday. January 22, 1960
+Jew 1st norfdirtn
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listerhood Fetes
anniversaries
>i -t'.rhood of Miami Hebrew
limrcgation will feature the an-
i hood members at a regu-
mecting Tuesday at 1 p.m.
tHKilnmibcra UTlMfnonor
i are Mr. and Mrs. Peter Duchon,
Lose 251 h wedding anniversary
II be on Feb. 2; Mr. and Mrs.
Jvid Meltzer. 30th wedding anni-
rsary Jan. 31; and Mr. and Mrs.
W. Scnulman, 50th golden wed-
anniversary, Feb. 8.
Ira. William Weintraub, pro-
bm chairman, has prepared a
fsical nrogram for the occasion.
Benjamin Kaplan will pre-
|t a musical program.
kabbi Hersfhell Saville will be
^st speaker, and Mrs. Saville.
plain of Sisterhood, will induct
Sisterhood members.
ime 60 servicemen and their
lilies staiionad- at Homestead
Force flase were recent
kts; for; a "bagel and lox"
kkfart- at tlie"Se'vllle hotel.
ie affair was sponsored by the !
psh Welfare Board Armed Ser-
committee here, of which
Louis Glasaer is chairman,
was Jack Gordon, president
Washington Federal Savings
Loan Assn.
iing Peskoe was named JWB
rman for the Homestead area
ig the breakfast affair. Re-
|ng "Certificates of Achieve
were Maj. David Rlnzler,
ident of the Homestead Air
|e Jewish organization, and
Sanford Cohen, in charge of
group's publicity,
to receiving a certificate was
bi Murray Alstet. visiting Jew-
Chaplain at the SAC base.
Broadway and television tar Ailene Francis (left) with Mrs.
Sarah Czech (center) at the Jewish Theological Seminary func-
tion last week. Looking on is Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of
the Greater Miami Cabinet lor the Seminary Women's Resi-
dence Hall.
Sarah Czech Takes Play Away
From Glamorous Star Arlene Francis
An 82-year-old charmer named help build the Residence Hall.
Sarah Czech all but took the play Mrs. Glasser announced that in
away from glamorous Arlene Fran- tribute to Mrs. Czech the Women's
cis at a reception given in honor Cabinet would raise additional
of the actress at the Eden Roc last funds to match Mrs. Czech's $25,-
wcek by the Greater Miami Cabi- 000 gift, and that the $50,000 will
net of the Women's Residence Hall i be used to build the "Sarah Czech
of the Jewish Theological Semi- South Florida Wing" of the Resi-
dence Hall.
Serving with Mrs. Glasser on the
cabinet are Miss Lillian Goodman,
Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin, Mrs. Irv
nary of America.
The fete was held in recognition
of Miss Francis's "manifold con-
tributions toward the advancement
of culture and human understand- j ing Lehrman, Mrs. Yaakov Rosen
f/i Shore Tag Day
th Shore Post of Jewish War
rans and Ladies' Auxiliary
hold their annual Tag Day on
lay. Proceeds will be used for
ing." More than 100 of Miami
Beach's leading women were on
hand to extend warm good wishes
to the attractive stage and tele-
vision star, who urged their sup-
port in the drive to raise $1,000,000
for construction of the Residence
HalL
The building will be erected in j World," a
New York to house women stu-; Holy Day
fans' rehabilitation at Coral! dents of the Seminary's Teachers
rs Pratt Hospital. Irvine C.
commander, and Mrs. So-
Lee, president, will spearhead
rive.
berg, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mrs.
Jack Shapiro and Mrs. Elizabeth
Zentler.
Among guests at the reception
was Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor
of the Seminary. Program included
the presentation to Miss Francis
of a copy of "Birthday of the
compilation of High
messages which the
icon Club to Moot
Aronovitz, former mayor of
Institute.
Mrs. Czech, a lovable octogen-
arian, quickly shared the spotlight
with Miss Francis when she an-
Seminary prints each year. The
book is illustrated with drawings
by Marc Chagall.
A wealthy widow who lives sim-
ply in a small apartment at the
nounced that she wished to make National hotel, Mrs. Czech has ac
a gift of $25,000 to the fund. Miss cepted the national vice presiden-
Francis, who currently is starring, cy of the Women's Residence Hall
at the Coconut Grove Playhouse'. project. She will be honored at a
bi. will address the downtown in Noel Coward's "Tonight at
Jheon'Club of Sholem Lodge 8:30," joined the other guests in
it B'rith on Friday noon in the enthusiastic response to Mrs.
iain dining room of the Robert Czech's announcement.
Tiotel. Eli Hurwitz and Alfred i Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of
. are co-chairmen of the the Greater Miami Cabinet, is
peon meeting. spearheading the local drive to
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Friday. January 22, igm
Page 4-B
Jewish Flondun B**"*"
Your Marriage Counselor
Miami's Nationally
Famols MAILBIAGI COUKSIt* AM. AlTMO*
To return to the subject of second marriages.
Unavoidable pitfalls beset any man or woman who
names a partner who already has children fact
unless there is some understanding of what these
problems are. no amount of love is likely to prevent
regrettable incidents. .
~ Take children whose mother has married agau
, Dths or years after their father has been divorced
N m it's true that these children need the same kind
oi love and care from their stepfather or step-
mother as thev would from their own deceased
parent. If. therefore, he is able genuinely to love
the children of his wife, hi* coming to the family
will benefit them greatly. But youngsters do not
alwavs give their love freely and voluntarily to step-
parents, even when they have most to gain from
' A bov whose father has died may have become
unusually peesessive of his mother, and may strong-
Is resent" a stepfather who appears as a rival for his
r thei's affections. One such boy. 1 know, refused
to call his stepfather by any name indicating father
' >,i Another so resented the assumption of his
deed mothers place by another woman that he
would not accept her.
Father Was n Intruder
From post-war experience, we learned much of
tl e strong hostility felt by young children against
the return of their father, whom they had not pre
viousL} known, and years-long guerilla warfare oc-
Ci -um.i'Iy resulted. To the child the father was an
let who usurped his position with his mother.
No less strong and sometimes greater antagonisms
are felt by stepchildren, and these will demand
twin step-parents a combination of understanding.
love and patience of a high order.
A oaaa thai stands out is that of a highly intelli-
I girl who became excessivelj possessive of her
lather after her mother's death, which had occurred
Iness i s an previ ->
.: the age i I sixteen me found that he was contem-
me could meet this challenge only
.... blind opposition. When she came in to
tee me at the request of her father, the said she did
consider that it was right to re-many. Naturally
enoegh^Bhe found that she disliked qualities in the
stepmother without being able to see that
ber disliki stemmed from her (jealousy.
I:-, the case of another widower who had re-
married, one oi his children, already grownup, em-
| the problem by -.he threat to refuse her
omother admittance to her wedding.
The Idealized Image
A other difficulty is that loyalty to the dead
i M may make the step-parent unacceptable. What
makes this especially formidable, is the fact that the
child so often remembers the dead parent not as he
- in real life but as imagination wishes him to be.
With this Idealised image of the rare-it. the unfor-
o stepfather or mother is judged against the
Itantard Of this superhuman figure. Where divorce
rather than death is in the background, the issues
depression following her father'* death in a U
mobile accident several years before. To lorm a
ill may require a greater capacity for empattn
identification than some people possess.
Theshor, : this tnan ular situation of
parent, children and -tep parent .or four-co
Bullion If both partner- to the marriage a. e d)
have children) are no. all on the side of the chiM.
\ iten-parent may be jeatow "f lus nouse s ch'lrire.n-
not having reckoned with their existence _when he
married. He maj ted, for example, that tnc> ,n-l.r-
frre with his enjoyment of his new wife and take
up much of her time and energy.
In one such case, the stepfather could not love
his stepchildren and found their demands irksome.
The result was a deter.oration in hi- own
of domestic behavior and consequent tension be-
tween himself and his wife.
A person mav marry partly from moti\o- 01
loneliness: a bachelor may be set in hi- ways and
may expect wife who will cater to bis Idiosyn-
crasies a brl may, without real..
seeking someone who will mother him. Such situa-
. might exi>t in any mariage. But if there ar
children to be looked after, it will be impos-
n the ex< I
- and he may come to feel unappreciated.
jealous and resentful.
Menacing Barriers
r type of case, a woman married a
.. v for his lovi
ible to n-.. of the
children's hostility. Her education a r to
her h soon sl.< I
her>. tenor to the family into which ah)
married.
- not helped bj her bus
who. finding strife when he had ex peace,
aed sometimes to side with his own children,
and was unable to come to his wife's support with
the demonstration of his love the so much needed
and craved in this cn> il
The mother who defends her children a_
thi.r -tepfather's strictness, the parent in the four-
cornered family who feels his or her children are
- treated differently from those of the other
spouse, and the children themselves in then
flicts with each other, can throw up menacing bar-
riers between the individuals concerned and make
the marriage a difficult situation
Mr. k*lmj is available for private morriaje counseling
a* fc* Honfinaton Meaical bio's., in Miami
ore than 600 women attended the annual Stairway to tha.
Stars" luncheon and fashion .how sponsored by Xhe Sister.
hS3 o North Shore Jewish Center at the ^tnebleau hofi
I PtMo nah' are Mis. William Horowitz, luncheon chairman;
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Friday. January 22, I960
Israel Documentary
At Beach Theatre;
ORT Slates Opener
Unforgettable scenes of both an-
cient and modem Israel are
brought to the Warnerscope and
I Technicolor screen in the half-hour
documentary, "Israel," which uni-
ted tn talents of Edward G. Rob-
linson, who serves as narrator, and
[Leon Uris, author of the current
I best-seller, Exodus," who wrote
the script and served as producer.
Filmed entirely in Israel, the
Ipicture portrays the wonders of
the new-old country and the scope
of its achievements. The heroic
spirit of the nation is reflected in
Ihe stirring musical score arrang-
ed and conducted by Elmer Bern-
stein, one of Hollywood's foremost
composers.
Picturesque sites of Biblical
imes, as well as significant points
if interest of modern Israel, are
lepicted in the documentary which
lumbers among its highlights
Inking shots of Prime Minister
frn Gurion at his home in a pio-
rer settlement in the Negev des-
t, new social and economic pro
cts serving as models for the de-
11 o p m e n t of underdeveloped
kuntries in Asia and Africa, and
|look at the new ultra-modern He-
ew University catering to stu-
nts from all over the world.
Jhe Southern benefit premiere
II be sponsored by the South
bnda region of Organization for
bhabilitation Through Training at
Beach Theatre on Wednesday,
*. 3. Feature attraction for the
rning's performance, which will
rt at 8:45. is "Cash McCaU,"
rring James Garner, Natalie
od, Nina Foch, and Dean Jag-
Jewish fhrkMan
Page 5-B
charge of arrangements for
members are Greater Miami
kpter, Mrs. Edward Reichner;
il Beach chapter, Mrs. Ber-
Hoffenberg; Coral Gables
|pter. Mrs. Leonard Enkcr;
th Miami chapter, Mrs. Irving
kson; North Dade chapter, Mrs.
rray Platt; Northwest chapter,
Leonard Rose. Premiere
rman is Mrs. Harry L. Davis.
Far benefit premiere of "Israel." Harry Margolesky. manager
of the Beach Theatre, is shown presenting tickets to Mrs. Estelle
Tischler, regional president, Mrs. Irving Sussman, honorary
regional president, and Mrs. Harry L. Davis, regional chair-
man of the Southeastern region. Women's American ORT. who
will sponsor the featurette at the Beach Theatre, Wednesday,
r 6D. o. _
l/xM t^ociatite
Continued from Pag* IB
Frances Miller, Mrs. Mabel Baron, Mrs. Lenore King, Mrs. Delia
Weisberger Unger.
* **
Vacationers at the Lucerne: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feit, of
Gotham Townhe's American representative of Lloyd's of London
. They're being entertained by the Bing Kossoffs, 4444 N. Mer-
idian ave. Bing and Mrs. F. are brother and sister .
Irving Schatzman, president of Miami Beach Apt. Assn., thank-
ing friends for their kind words during his illness at Mt. Sinai .
Karole Karlin, art major at the U. of Miami, liked the climate
so much that she brought young sister Sandy back from her holiday
vacation in New York Sandy is staying with her aunt, Mrs.
Howard Grove, on N. Bay rd., and attends North Beach Elementary.
In honor of the 75th birthday of her mother, Mrs. Sadie Heifetz,
Mrs. Charles (Ruth) Jacobson had some of Sadie's friends in for
brunch The birthday gal made the blintzes herself Guests
at the Jacob son's Garlenda home in Coral Gables visiting here from
Chicago, included Mrs. Betty Hurwitz and Mrs. Hattie Gault .
They and Sadie are known as "The Three Musketeers" in the Windy
City.
Hebrew Univ.
Elects Officers
__ Herbert S. Shapiro has been
"elected president of the Greater
Miami chapter, American Friends
of the Hebrew University.
Samuel T. Sapiro is chairman of
the board, and Mrs. Oida Rubin is
honorary president.
Other officers presented by the
nominating committee include Dr.
Philip Gotlieb, Simon Fisher, Har-
old Thurman and Dr. Joseph Weid-
berg, vice presidents; Charles
Charcowsky, honorary vice presi-
dent; Jack Gordon, secretary; Leo
Robinson, treasurer; and Mrs.
Charles Charcowsky, assistant
treasurer.
Board of directors include R. W.
Apte, Meyer Baskin, Judge Irving
Cypen, Prof. Berthold C. Friedl,
Emil Friedlandcr, Mrs. Rhea Glad-
win, Ben Giller, Dr. Morris Good-
man, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Mrs.
S. Spector Greenberg, Dr. Daniel
Hammond, Prof. Joseph Hurwitz,
Harold Jaffer, Dr. David J. Kaliski.
Dr. Robert Litowitz, Samuel
Lachman. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.
Leo Mindlin, Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers. Nathan Manilow, Kenneth
Oka, David Provus, Mrs. Eve
Schacht, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro,
Harold B. Spaet, Joseph Weintraub,
and Mrs. Max Weitz.
Herbert S. Shapiro was secretary
of the nominating committee. EmU
Friedlander was committee chair-
man.
Music Class Wednesday
Mme. Hilda Steuerman, Vien-
nese concert pianist, will discuss
opera and oratorio forms at the
7,30 p.m. Musjc Workshuydgss in.
the auditorium of the Miami Pub-
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convention of the National Jewish.
Welfare Board (JWB). The con-1
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Apr. 3 at the Chase hotel, St. Louis,
Mo. Named to the national con-
vention committee are Klraim H. |
Gale, executive director, Greater!
Miami Jewish Community Center,
Leon Kaplan, and Isidore B. Sim ;
kowitz, GMJCC president. Named
to the program committee is Mrs.
Milton Sirkin.
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Friday. January 22, l^SQ I
Elbow-Room for Mt Sinai Pharmacy]
At Westview Country Club's formal dinner dance and fashion
show Saturday are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Denis Quitner
and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Silvers. (See "Charmingly Yours,"
Page 9-B).
There was never a dM that
M,,rv Wernersbadi wanted tow
anything bul I pharmacist lo-
jay, she beads the department as
chief pharmacist of Mt. KM!
Hospital. ...
Born in Akron. 0., **
nersbach was awarded her In.(..
at Ohio State University. Shorn;.
after her move to Miami, she
joined the staff of Jackson Me-
morial, and three years later,
was named to her post at Mt
Sinai.
Four full time employees work
eight-hour shifts that begin at
8:30, 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. All are
under the direction of Miss Wer
nersbach. and it is doubtful that
a prescription goes out the phar-
macy's doors without her full
knowledge and approval.
Tracing the enormous growth of
her department is a graphic il-
lustration of the growth of Mt.
Sinai. In 1950. prescription requi-
sitions filled for patients within
the hospital numbered 35.000. In
1955. the number leaped to 71.000.
and in October, 1939. the count
had grown to 87.000.
For the fast growing Out-Pa-
tient Clinic. 1931 found 5.000 req-
| uisitions filled as opposed to 10,-
j 500 in 1955 and 13.600 in October.
1959. Each requisition may total
as many as three or four pre-
scriptions. An average pharmacy
fills 100 prescriptions a dayMt.
Sinai. 7.000 to 8.000 a month.
The responsibility of a chief
pharmacist such as Miss War*
nersbach is a vast one. There is
absolutely no margin for error.
With the pharmacy's execution
of a prescription, the doctor is
no longer liable for either its
; components or dosage. A doctor's
legendary scrawl is no excuse. If
, there is the slightest chance of
misunderstanding, a double
MAir WtKNltSUACH
. earl of prajresj
check with the doctor is immedi-
ately Instituted.
Running a hospital pharmacy-
is more than simply administer
tag orders or the mixing of drugs. i
Fur Miss Wernersbaeh, it meaai
purchasing all drugs; working i
with nursing personnel, interns,,
and resident! In setting up pro-
cedures: maintenance of a com-,
piete file of literature on all
drugs; the distribution of month ;
Ij reports. ]
Drugs must be on hand when
they sre needed. This is a situa-1
tion which sometimes creates1
surprising problems. As in
clothes and cars, there are fads
in drugs. What may be popular
and in tremendous demand one
month, may be forgotten the
next. When asked which drugs j
created the greatest stir during
the past few years. MU, w^ i
nensbach namad tiw
Orinaseused in i
stead of Insulinand ti,. lUJ
polio vaccine.
An attractive, mild-mannerefl
young lady, Hiss Wern r^acsj
nevertheless, does not suppress!
her obvious pleasure whn ^
speaks of the new Mt Sinai, in
itially, she is delighted rta th
new tube system which nil] reJ
place the use of messengers. 1]|
emergencies, the tube will car
drug orders directly to the ph_.
macy with the result thai lervjjj
will be facilitated and precio
minutes saved.
And then there is the "s*L
pharmacy. Heretofore cramp-si
in trie small quarters of one n
sectioned only by shelves. tivBar:
new hospital will offer thru
working areas. There will
more room for equipment
more space for medication An
for Chief Pharmacist Mary We,
nersbach, there will he an offi
all her own
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Mrs. Lester Russin (left) takes time out from fashion viewing
at Saturday's dinner dance in Westview Country Club to chat
with Westview staffer Mrs. Adele Martin.
Beach Heart
Forum Monday
Second annual free public Heart
Forum on Miami Beach was held
Monday, 8 p.m., in the Beach Aud-
itorium.
The forum was again present-
ed by the Heart Assn. of Greater
Miami, and sponsored by the Mi-
ami Beach Federal Savings ana
Loan Assn. and the Miami Beach
Sun.
Dr. Paul Unger moderated a
panel of prominent cardiologists
and internists in a program di-
vided into three half-hour parts.
The first segment was a ques-
tion-and answer session in which
the pane). Drs. Francis Cook, Mil-
ton Lesser, David Nathan. E. Ster-
ling Nichol and Francis Reed, an-
swered questions received ahead
of time.
The second part was a half-
hour film, "The Second Chance."
The panel devoted the conclud-
ing portion of the program to audi-
ence inquiries.
Purim Festival Planned
Miami Beach Community Sing-
ers announces its Purim Festival
musical evening will be held in
conjunction with Jewish Music
Month, on Mar. 13 at Miami Beach
Auditorium. Produced and con-
ducted by Ben Yomen, the pro-
gram will feature the full-scale
presentation of 'Queen Esther,"
end will also mark the debut of
new works by Yomen.
Noted Rabbis at Waldman's
Friday night and Saturday serv-
ices at Waldman's Crown hotel
frequently feature reputed rabbis
as speakers and cantors with na-
tionwide fame.
This is in addition to the enter-
tainment of distinction Waldman's
Crown hotel offers.
The W'a.dman family is noted for
hotel management, and the hotel's
kosher kitchen is also highly re-
garded.
Debutante Ball
Scheduled Here
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion will present its second annual
debutante Cotillion Ball at the
Deauville hotel Feb. G.
Debs to be presented will repre-
sent temples and congregations in
the Greater Miami area.
The grand march will begin at
10 p.m.. and debutantes will be es-
corted by their fathers and es-
corts. Cantor Emanuel Mandelwill
announce each debutante.
Entertainers who will appear at
the ball include Larry K. Nixon,
Holly Warren, and the Vincents]
internationally famed dance team.
In charge of reservations sre
Mrs. Edward A. Samuel and Mrs
Lee Kahn.
Sevifzky Accepts Contract
Fabien Sevitzky has been ap-
pointed permanent music director
and conductor of the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra, ac-
cording to Dr. Jay F. w. Paarson,
university president, who announc-
ed Jan. 7 that Scvitzky has signed
a three-year contract through the
190263 season.
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Kneseth Israel Sisterhood will
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beginning at 1 p.m.. according to
Mrs. I. B. Weinstein, president.
Mrs. I. Ruppert is chairman of the
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include Mesdamcs Lena Popkin.
Regina Basel, Helen Hornstein,
Fanny Sirot, Mary Posncr, Mary
Silver and A. Shatz.
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+ k>lst ftcrMian
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=>hearsing award ceremonies scheduled for Friday's meeting
If Ml. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary are (left to right) Mrs.
|. S. Levy, awards chairman. Miss Elsie Schwabe, Mrs. Harry
lauiman and Mrs. Sanford Rothman.
It. Sinai Auxiliary to Meet for First
le in New Building on Friday
for the first time in the new Mt.
li Hospital building, the Wom-
Auxiiiary of the hospital will
its semi-annual meeting on
lay in the new Louis E. Wolf-
Auditorium.
Jembirs will have an opportu-
to see the newly-built beauti-
rosidence for nurses, and re-
^hnxnts will be served, using
now facilities of the nurses'
fie.
irs. Philip Lefkowitz, president
|th Auxiliary, will open the
punf. Mrs. Harold Turk, pro-
chairman, has invited rep-
entatives of the community to
ik on "What Mt. Sinai Hospital
UU to Me."
participants are Dr. Ralph
es, professor of medicine at the
Ivcr-ity of Miami; Rabbi Irv-
Lthrman. Temple Emany-BI;
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
attorney and long-time Dade
inty School Board member.
Irs. Hannah Kabn, poetry edi-
!<>i the Miami Herald, will read
kroup of poems on the inspira-
tion of the hospital, and Ralph
Renick. news director, WTVJ, will
summarize the hospital's import
on the community.
A graduate nurse, Mrs. Anita
Thomason, will also give her view-
point, and part of the a cappella
chair of Miami Beach Senior High
i School will sing.
The Auxiliary's highest volun-
teer service award, the 5.000-hour
service pin, will be presented to
'Miss Elsie Schwabe, Mrs. Harry
! Kaufman and Mrs. Sanford Roth
I man. Only four other volunteers
I have achieved this honor during
the existence of the Mt. Sinai
Women's Auxiliary.
Attending the Assn. of Florida
Hospital Auxiliaries conference in
Jacksonville in December were
Mrs. Lefkowitz, Mrs. A. Herbert
Mathes and Mrs. Edward Roth,
who will report on the conference.
In charge ot refreshment ar-
rangements are Mrs. I. J. Hecht,
jr., and Mrs. Carl Susskind. The
Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club
will lend their talents in the deco-
rating of the auditorium.
Diamond Jubilee
Date Nearing.
Stars Scheduled
j Jewelry, gowns, and television
. Mars will sparkle and shine at the
Diamond Jubilee dinner dance of
j National Children's Cardiac Hos-
| Pital. scheduled for Jan. 30 in the
| Grand ballroom of the Fontaine-
; bleau. In addition to the area's
leading figures in attendance at
the affair, Gloria De Haven and
Jack Carter will headline the en-
tertainment for the evenfhg.
Along with lfiss De Haven, serv-
ing as toastmaster, and Carter
providing the comedy, will be vo-
jcallst Paula Stewart. All proceeds
will go to Miami's own Children's
Cardiac Hospital, the nation's only
completely free, non sectarian in-
stitution devoted exclusively to the
diagnosis and treatment of rheu-
matic heart disease in children.
Over 700 tickets have already
been reserved, according to Paul
Rimmeir and Leo Robinson, co-
chairmen of the dinner dance. Dick
Fincher, husband of the toastmas-
ter and a prominent civic figure,
is honorary co-chairman of the
impending ball, along with Lee
Ratner, known throughout the
area for his industrial achieve-
ments and philanthropic endeav-
ors.
"Tickets to the Diamond Jubilee
(dinner." stated Rimmeir Wednes-
j day, "are going like proverbial,
I hotcakes at $50 per person, be-1
cause generous Miamians know
that every penny realized from the
Jubilee will go to help the treat-
ment and research work being car-
ried on at the National Children's
Cardiac Hospital."
Bob Rubenstein. renowned inter-
ior decorator, is heading a com-
mittee which will convert the
grand ballroom of the hotel "into
a scene of exotic beauty." Assist-
ing him are Mrs. Dolly Feinstein,
Mrs. Sue Rimmeir and Mrs. Esth-
er Ratner. Music for the dancing
will be furnished by Mai Malkin
and his 20 piece orchestra.
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New Group
Elects Officers
Town and Country Clubbers,
newly-organized group of profes-
sional and businessmen and wom-
en between 25 and 40, elected offi-
cers at a recent meeting at Monti-
cello Park Jewish Center.
Named were Sid Eisman, 1585
NE 158th st., president; Irene Por-
pes, 1880 NE 123rd st., vice presi-
dent; Rona Wolff. 1145 NW 127th
st., recording secretary; Bca Bcrk-
owitz, 1323 NE 179th st., corre-
sponding secretary; and Carol
Goldberg, 1698 NE 177th st., treas-
urer.
The club has planned a horse-
back riding outing at Melody
Ranch in Hallandale on Sunday.
Jennie Groaainger and Sam Goldfarb (right) receive
iernal Light Awards from Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of
k Jewish Theological Seminary of America, at ceremonies
londay at the Hollywood Beach hoteL
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The first of 200,000 blotters went
into the mail this week calling
public attention to the new March
of Dimes to combat polio, arthritis
and crippling birth defects.
"Let's blot out crippling dis-
eases," is the legend on the blot-
ters mailed to homes, along with
March of Dimes contribution en-
velopes, and a financial report.
The report shows that the fund-
raising agency spent $2,090,183 for
'polio patient care in Dade county
from 1938 to 1939, but held oper-
ational overhead to four percent.
A total of $3,014,975 was donated
to the March of Dimes by Greater
Miamians from 1938 to 1959.
ffajpft Renick is SjHWfttr
Ralph Renick, vice president in
charge ot* news. WTVJ-TV ch. 4,
was guest speaker Tuesday at a
meeting of Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith. Gerihon S. Miller Is
luncheon chairman.
CranAon Zm Report
Slides and a report on the growth
of Crandon Park Zoo by Robert H.
Mattlen, director of the Zoo, will
, be featured at the Miami Public
I Library on Tuesday evening.
Entertainment plans for the Jan. 30 National Children's Car-
diac Hospital Diamond Jubilee at the Fontainebleau cae dis-
cussed by Lee. Ratner, honorary co-chairman, and Jack Car-
ter, famous nightclub and television comedian, who will head-
line the program. Carter will fly here from Las Vegas for the
event, an annual dinner ball for the benefit of the nation's only
completely free, non-sectarian hospital devoted exclusivly
to the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic heart disease in
children.
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Summer Rites
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BaraU C Hafctr. -f PalV
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meal of t1- ' , to Rarrx Michael Kj-
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PTA's Planning
Founders Day
Meatini was held at the home
of Mrs John Owen. 5069 N. Bay
Ian 7. with all Parent Teacher
\..- pi and procram
chairmaa in the Miami Beach
-
This was a planr..' n for
Parent-Teacher Kounder*' Day
program which PTA'i m thi> araa
arill hold jointly on Feb. 10.
Thomas P. Bailey, raperiatend-
| the P< | M Kduca-
nator
icb incorpo-
tu Beach
Women's Tea
For Welfare
Increased giving "to mNt ^'1
| year-round needs of Jt *. he r( jZ
) overseas" marked the Packet**-.
Tea at the home of Mrs MitcVli
Wolfson on Tuesday aften^
opening the Combined Jewish A>
peal Women "s Division.
General chairman Mrs. Ann
Brenner Meyers said -he was grat.
Hied with the "spirit an! dedit*
lion demonstrated by the Pacew.
tc-rs' group."
Co-chairmen of the uccejshl !
kick-off were Mrs. Samuel Simon,
hoff and Mrs. Inei Krensky ^
sisting with tea pounn wen the
Vesdames Carl Wcinkle. Satt
Blank and Elsie Shackman.
A Pacesetters' committee ot i
nearly 100 women communal lead-
ers were on hand to in-ure the sue-1
cess of the CJA function
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. prngrtml
chairman, introduced guest speak.
er Zvi Kolitz, noted Israeli autior
and movie producer of the pnie-
winning film, "Hill M Doesn't An-1
swer" and Carol Channinz star of I
musical comedy. TV and movies. |
New Chopftr fo H1
Shalom chapter of Hada->ah will
hold its second orgamratioul
meetinK at tV home of Mr- Inin{|
Kaye. 189 Sterling dr Bel Ant,
Perrine. on Tuesday evening Tael
a !y formed chapter a Icemen
members from Kendall. Perria*,!
Cutler Ridge. Whisper in. Pineil
tea, Bel-Airc section and]
,f>tead.
Sirtlts in JHi
Kreisler, Kimmel
Vows on Beach
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tr at kan ^Miet Pace aecaate
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Son onald
Hnaas Dm II
Da.. rn to Mr and Mr-
- otro Dec
Soo born to Mr and Mrs Gerald
Osman Dec 15
Son bora to Mr and Mr- Jerome
FeWman Dec 15
Daughter born te Mr and Jd^
Marray Pant Dec \\
tihtar born to Mr and Mrs
Abraham Oppenheimer Dec 14
Son bora k> Mr. and Mrs David
Dee ;
D*l. to Mr and Vr-
Loaas Hyaasoa Dec 13
See bora as Mr mi Mrs Fred-
erick Uppman Dec
-'- -' r- Ml HBd N!r-
GaraM Saagia Dec 9
S anra t Mr and Mrs Gerald
Hams Dec &
Sea bora to Mr and Mrs Jerome
Schahaaa Dee 8
Sob bora to Mr. and Mrs Jerome
Mataas Dee C
** nan M Mr and Mrs
>Jcer Dee s.
See acre ;0 Mr and Mrs. Stan-
Irksn Dec &
Dawgkeer bora to Mr and Mrs
marten Greeafieid Dec S
S" Wra ta Mr and Mr* Allan

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Son born to Mr. and Mr- Robert|
Lachman Nov. 22.
Daughter born te Mr and Mn|
Sydney Schlesaer MW. 22
Daughter bora te Mr and Mn.|
Irwm Sklar Nov. 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mr- Stiunj
Cutler Nov. 21.
Daugbfr born te Dr. and Mn
Israel Taul Now. 24.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Le*-|
ard Rubin Nov. 3ft
Twin sons born In Mr. nd Mn|
Joseph Stuber Nbv. 1ft
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrt]
Alfred Mitchell Nee. 16
Daughter born te Mr. and
Alan Saroet Nov. IS.
Son born te Mr. and Mr- Albert]
Menzell Nov. 12.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Jos
Leifer Nov. 10.
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Friday. January 22, 1960
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Page 9-B
yours,
WESTVIEW Country Club held
its first formal fashion show
and dinner dance of the season
Saturday nigh?. Fashions were by
Mister Wyatt, but the audience
vied with the models for fashion
excitement.
Mrs. Lester Russin was in an
oyster white satin sheath. The
front neckline was tucked and
pleated with panniers caught over
the shoulders into a tucked drape
and continued down the back
hemline where they turned un-
der into a harem drape. The
gown had its own matching the-
atre coat.
A cut velvet floral pattern was
featured on Mrs. Charles Kahn's
dress of black silk faille. Her
bodice was of sheer silk organza,
and her bolero jacket had push
up sleeves. Mrs. Alex Strauss was
in a Mediterranean blue chiffon
featuring a cowled neckline and
sheath skirt with draped pouf on
one side, completing its panels in
a harem hemline.
Visiting from Chicago, Mrs.
I .ins Zahn wore a beautiful gown
of black and white silk chiffon.
The black bodice had a deep V
neckline, with the funneled ki-
inona sleeve to the elbow. The
white skirt was extremely full,
and her rhinestone-studded belt
was a-ymetrically draped with
the unite chiffon. Her shoes were
white satin and trimmed with
rhincstones.
Mrs. Albert Rosenthal selected
an aquamarine warped silk chif-
fon with the entire bodice in
small pleats and flattering harem
hemline. Her aqua Jewelry per-
fectly matched the color of her
gown, and her satin shoes were
dyed to match.
Navy blue was the color chosen
by Mrs. Max Pepper. Her gown
was in French chantilly lace over
several layers of nylon tulle. The
bodice was fitted with a scooped
neckline outlined in navy sequins,
and her short sleeves were cuffed
in lace. The bodice was reem-
broidered with miniature pail-
lettes, and her skirt featured an
apron front.

kJRS. Marvin Silvers wore a
m black silk chiffon with a
decollete neckline. The front
Red and white woven cotton
two-piece ensemble with con-
trolled fullness in the skirt
featuied this stunning oat-
fit at West view Country
Club's formal dinner dance
and fashion show Saturday
night. Commentary was by
Edith Apolebaum.
plunged into a low V, and even
lower latticed back. The fabric
was all in the full circular skirt.
In emerald green peau de soie
was Mrs. Julian Rickles. Her
short sleeves of draped chiffon
continued down the back to free
flowing panniers at the hemline.
Mrs. baTid- Nathan chose a
black silk organza with a jabot
styled insert in the bodice of re-
embroidered chantilly lace. The
white lace was studded with
white caviar beads and rhine
stones. Her neckline dipped to a
back V, and her skirt was full.
The classic shirtwaist was
dressed up in champagne colored
satin and black chantilly lace
and was worn by Mrs. Lewis
Capland. The full skirt was pan
neled three-quarters of the wav
down with the lace, and ended
each panel with the natural wide
scallops. The scallops were re-
peated in miniature down the
buttoned front.
Mrs. Jack L. Daner looked
stunning in black chantilly lace
over accordion-pleated nylon
tulle. Her squared neckline fed
tured the new chasublu line to
the waist in the front, and was
carried over the shoulders to a
V in the back. The lace bodice
was reembroidered in black se-
quins, and the skirt was quite
bouffant.

A definite conversation piece
** was trrc sheath worn by
Mrs. Charlyne Coolik. The an-
tique fabric was from the robe
of a Japanese emperor, and was
an embroidered black satin. The
back was scooped almost to the
waist, and she wore a short eve-
ning coat of red satin. Her satin
shoes matched her coat.
Mrs. Denis Quitncr selected a
black brocaded satin. Her neck
tine was scooped both front and
iack. and her sleeves came to
the elbow. The controlled full-
ness in the skirt was emphasized
with hip-length panniers trim-
med in black silk fringe.
In tones and shades of browns
was Mrs. Judd Breakstone. Her
gown was a burnt almond silk
chiffon sheath, wfth a swirled
drape across the front, ending in
a flounce in the back. Her en-
semble was completed with a
theatre coat, brocaded in brown
asd muted leaf green.
White Elephant Sale
Shoshana chapter of B'nai B'rith
I Women will meet Tuesday, 8:13
{p.m., at Temple B'nai Sholem,
: 16800 NW 22nd ave. The evening
, will be highlighted by a white ele-
phant sale. Mrs. Murray Skup is
I president.
A Memorable .
for Yow yfiftfi
Recreofion
Sports
Artt, Croft*
and
Field Programs
Norton Segal
winter Addraaa: 44 SW Srd St.,
... Miami, Fia.
Miami, FU.-hone FR 8-2820
Grade "A" NC Bd. of Health
'Revelation Night' Tuesday
Murray Solomon Auxiliary. Jew-
ish War Veterans Post 243, will
hold a "Revelation Night" on
Tuesday, 8 p.m., at American Le-
gion Hall. 303 Alhambra Circle,
Coral Gables. Chairman is Mrs.
Simon Sutta.
Sisterhood Installs Sunday
Dora Stein Sisterhood will hold
Its' installation of officers on Sun-
day evening at the Israelite Cen-
ter. Mrs. Norman Shwedel will be
installed as president. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky is installing officer.
Beth Sholom's
18th Anniversary
Temple Beth Sholom will launch
its 18th anniversary year with a
special service to be conducted by
Rabbi Leon Kronish on Friday eve-
ning, according to Judge Harry
Greenberg, president.
A "Chai Anniversary" dinner
will be tendered the following eve-
ning at the Americana hotel. Mrs.
Inez M. Krcnsky is in charge of ar-
rangements, with Mrs. Samuel
Beckerman and Mrs. Leon J. Eil
as co-chairman.
Featured on the program at the
dinner Saturday evening will be
"The Ballad of Beth Sholom" per-
formed by the religious school
choir under the direction of Cantor
David Conviser.
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Rabbi Rosenberg
To Review Book
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of
Beth David Congregation, will be
guest speaker at the third book re-
view of the scries sponsored by the
Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah.
Rabbi Rosenberg will review
"This is My God." by Herman
Wouk, at the Algiers hotel on Mon-
day at 1 p.m.
Proceeds go to Hadassab's voca-
tional education activities in Is-
rael. General chairman of the
event is Mrs. Philip F. Thau.
Roth fo be Speaker
Burnett Roth, Miami Beach at-
torney, will address the next meet-
ing of the Hebrew Academy Wom-
en at the Coronet hotel on Wednes-
day noon, according to Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro, president of the group.
Roth's topic is "The Ugly Face of
Bigotry." Roth is a member of the
national executive committee of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
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CJA Donors' Club is gaining new members steadily, Mrs.
Morris Lansburgh. chairman, reports. At a recent work ses-
sion of the Women's Division held in her home. Mrs. Abe
Huber (left). Mrs. Jack Young, and Mrs. Bernard Fuller endorse
the club slogan: "Wholehearted Giving for a Whole Year's
Needs." They are shown with a giant replica of the Donors'
Club membership card.
3n tL JMcril
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
Congratulations to Rabbi Mayer
\bramowitz and starlet Janice
tevKx, of Bay Harbor Island, for
their excellent performance and
iresentalion this past Sunday
morning on television.
Miss Revitz portrayed the role
of Judy, a 16-year-old teenager
deeply in love and wishing to
marry a hoy of 17.
Finding her parents against and
resenting this step at such an early
age, Judy confronts her rabbi for
help and advice, who in turn rea-
1 sons her thinking by embodying
! the Fifth Commandment, Honor
i thy Father and thy Mother, as a
guide to solving the problem in her
own way.
This she does, thereby making
her parents and all concerned very
happy.
L. F. ROSENBERG
Bay Harbor Islands
Uris Novel Reviewed
Mrs. Frank Kerdyk reviewed
"Exodus," by Leon Uris, at a func-
tion Tuesday morning of the Dade
Federal Savings Speakers' Bureau
in the Edison Center Community
Room of Dade Federal.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
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iJewish people are acting like
ostriches that they bury their
heads in the sand and wait for the
new Nazi incidents to blow over.
Our enemies are always better or-
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we fight fire with fire? H we or-
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with them.
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Friday. January 22. I960
Page 10-B
Beach Taxpayers
Install Officers
Simon Rubin has born name!
Outstanding Citizen for 1M9 W
.. ..,__; Beach Taxpayers Assi
the Miami
Incoming preswent,
Frank Smathers, J
sccre-
treas-
Simon Rubin (left), newly-elected president of **
Taxpayers" Assn.. accepts "Outstanding Citizens Award from
Robert Peterson, chairman of the awards committee, at the or-
ganization's dinner affair here.________________________________
Firstarnerica Makes Public Stock Offer
succeeding
Rubin was
:, lso honored with a Certificate of
Mother officers installed at the
annual dinner last Thursday b> Dr.
Kur. Peiser were Mrs. Howard
P. Cummings. Jerome G. Greeni,
William T. Kruglak II. and Se>-
mour B. Liebman, vice presidents.
Miss Sara Dec Berkowitz.
tary; and Henry E. Wolff,
urer.
The program included a panel
discussion moderated by Hank
Mover. Commissioner Charles Hall
and Councilman Harold Spaet dis-
cussed "What's Ahead for Miami
Beach in the 60V Ritter Lcvinson
acted as toastmaster.
Certificates of Service for 1959
were also given to Charles Clem-
ents, jr., Sam Goldstein, Jerome
Greene, Dr. Jack Greenhouse,
Harry Erlenger, B. Bayard
Strell, William Kruglak II, Paul
D. Rust, jr., and Sara Dee Berko-
witi. Past presidents participat-
ing in the program included Jack
A. Abbott, in addition to Peiser
and Levinson.
The Firstamerica Development
Corporation has announced its first
public stock isue with an offering
of 300.000 shares of common stock
for sale to the public at $150 per
share.
The Hollywood based Florida
land development organization has
extensive holdings in Volusia coun-
ty (New Smyrna Acres), and op-
tions on further tracts in the Mel-
bourne-Cape Canaveral are*
(Washington Heights I. The com-
pany also has an active and wholly
owned subsidiary. Construction
Corporation of Florida C'CCF"),
one of the largest land improve-
ment companies in south Florida.
Incorporated in July of 1959,
Firstamerica was organiied for
the purpose of acquiring, devel-
oping and selling Florida real es-
tate. It is presently engaged in
the process of selling tracts of
Noted Counselor
Now a Miamian
A leading chiM guidance coun-
selor in the nation, Abraham I).
Zweibel, formerly on the staff of
the Alfred Adlcr Consultation Cen-
ter and Mental Hygiene Clinic of
New York, is now a Miami resi- Hollywood,
dent.
Zweibel received his AB degree
from the City College of New York
snd his Matter1! irom New York
University. He was a close friend
of the late Alfred Adler. former
associate of Dr. Sigmund Freud.
approximately V/ acres of its
4,400-acre holdings near New
Smyrna Beach, Fla.
"Our decision to become a pub
licly-owned organization was gov-
erned to a great extent by the tre
mendous public interest in and ac-
ceptance of our sales in New
Smyrna," Frank S. Cannova, pres-
ident, said in making the announce
ment. "Since the land was first of-
fered for sale Sept. 19, of this year
2.427 of the 3,500 lots have been re
Directors for
are Arthur J.
the coming year
August. Ben E.
Bronston, C. L. Clements, jr., Rad-
ford Crane, Harry Erlanger, Da-
vid Fenton, Sam A. Goldstein. Nor-
man Ciller, Herbert Gimbel, Jack
D. Gordon. Dr. Jack Greenhouse,
Nathan Gumenic. Morns Lapidus,
Arnold L.vien, Abe H. Mazor, Mrs.
Richard Merrill, Dr. Kurt Peiser,
Robert Peterson, Jack S. Popick,
Paul D. Rust, jr., Paul Seiderman.
Col. Carl R. Shaw, Milton Sirkin.
Frank Smathers, jr., B. Bayard
Strell, Robert L. Turchin. Edwin
Builders of Greater Miami" would be a most appropriate title
for these SUe leaders of the construction ndutfry-who are
aivinq fulfsupport to this year's Combined Jewuh Appeal.
ffl Ionised Cc, J^ft^mSSH
S-S n9Cnaskfn name at 39 Palm ave.. Palm Island,
[s pointed out as one of Miami Beach, moet union.show-
places. living "Binq" Kossoff. a co-chairman of the CIA cam-
paign heading the Trades and Professions, is working closely
with Kovens and Janis on the dinner affair.________________
Monticello Tots Visit Post Office
A visit to the North Miami Beach
' Post Office climaxed a unit of
; study for the 80 students of the
nursery-kindergarten of Congrega-
tion Monticello Park this week.
Under the direction of head teach-
er Mrs. Sidney Kay. students were
shown how letters are sorted and
served by earnest money deposits, j Wennt)orf, and Paul C. Wim-
which is more than 69 percent of i
the entire tract in less than eight
days of sale," he said.
bish.
Trustees
George J.
are Jack A. Abbott.
. Bertraan. Mrs. Leslie
Based on present sales records, j Buswel) Jonn B. Denvir, jr.. P. J.
the company expects its entire Davi Samucl Friedland. Dr. Leon-
New Smyrna tract to be sold out
within the next two months, tele-
scoping a target date of 2'a years
into four months.
Officers of the Firstamerica De-
velopment Corporation are Frank
S. Cannova, president and chair-
man of the board. Hollywood; Wil
liam J. Kline, vice president and
director, Miami Beach; Leonard
Robbins, secretary and director,
Hollywood; A. B. Wiener, treasur-
er and director, Miami; Frank Se-
pede, director. North Miami Beach;
and Frank Margulics, director,
ard H. Jacobson. Ritter Levinson.
Louis Michaels, Max Orovitz. E.
Albert Pallot. Sen. A. J. Sordoni.
Mrs. Rose Weiss, and Mitchell
Wolf son.
prepared for local and out-of-town
delivery.
Another highlight of the week
was the talk on safety by a police
officer, who explained traffic reg-
ulations and how properly to cross
the street. The school utilized iti
new traffic signals and road sign*
to prepare the children lor the of-
ficer's talk.
A trip to the Fire Station will be
another aspect of this program,
which seeks to instill within the
pre school child an awareness of
the community around him.

TONIGHT
If all the shares of common stock
offered r.re sold, the aggregate
proceeds to the company will be
$360,000 after payment of the un
derwriting commissions and de-
duction of expenses of the Issue,
estimated but not to exceed $22.
500.
magnificent
K&KLha
Maintenance Firm
Opens in Miami
Maintenance Products Company
has recently opened offices at 220
NW 127th St.. No. Miami.
Before coming to Miami, Zweibel
was engaged in the private prac
tice of counseling, specializing in
child guidance and in the prob-
lems of teen-agers. For mapy
years, he served on the faculty of
Panzer College in East Orange,
N. J.. and he is certified as a psy-
chologist by the State of New York.
Zweibel expects to continue in' Owner and director of the firm
private practice at his home 1530 ls Fred > Coccagna, who for many
NE 159th St., No. Miami Beach. vears was well known in the Phil-.
adelphia area as a general con-
tractor and expert on building and
grounds maintenance.
Coccagna said only the top qual-
ity materials will be handled by-
Maintenance Products Company.
FIRST
RACE
8:15
EM.
MIAMI
Kennel Club
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at the Seville hotel. Program
marked Jewish Music Month with
a script adapted by the National
Women's League. Entitled "Our
People Sing," the program fea-
tured Cantor Edward Klein. In
charge was Mrs. Jack Fisch.
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British Nazis Warn Leaders
Will beJTaken as Hostages
LONDON(JTA)A self-styled spokesman for the "British Nazi
Movement" telephoned the office of Chief Habbi Israel Brodic here and
warned that leading British Jew* would be taken as "hostages" against
any actlop by the Adenauer government in West Germany to punish
Cerman nationalists." '-----------------------------1------------
A similar -wB, wcyhwd by a Anglo Jewish Association, warned
press association, identified Sidney that the wave of anti.s,mitjc ac.
Silverma*. % Labor M.P., Ian Mi- tivity in London and other parts,
kardo. a former member of Par- of lhe world ..revealf the p^.j
Lament, and Dr. Barnett Stross, ctollI fascination which Nazism
tre M.P., a the first three 'hos continues to have." He praised the
tagea." ___ West German Government for'
The Jewish Chronicle was warn-1 -.peedy and energetic action" but
ed by telephone that the next move i criticized it for continuing to em-
uould be "a bomb at your floor- pioy well-known former'Nazis in
step.
Scotland Yard get its first lead
to the vandals who hava been
defacing Jewith-ewnad end oc-
cupied bwildinga in the British
capital when a Jewish Telegraph-
ic Agency editor recorded e tel-
ephoned threat from a man de-
scribing himself as a epekeemen
for the "British Naii Move-
ment."
The JTA editor who took the
call, switched on the recording ap-
paratus as soon as the caller iden-
tified himself. Later, Criminal In-
vestigation Department officers
high office in the government and
the judiciary and in allowing them
to play an important part in the
education of young Germans.
The government's "unwilling-
ness to act in theee spheres/' he
aid, "has dona great harm. Nor
have the Germans as e whole
bean lad to a full realization of
the enormities they had commit-
ted egainst Jews and others."
Speaking in a building which
earlier in the day had been a tar-
get of anti-Semitic violence, Chief
Rabbi Brodic gravely told an audi
ence 'tonight I speak with a cer-
listened to the recording and took: uin amoun, of bilterness ^.^
possession of the tape.
on the walls outside this building
The anonymous caller, described \ there have been evidences of a re-
by the JTA editor as "well-spoken." surgence of that bestial movement
warned that "if, on Jewish pres- that was responsible for the do-
sures, German nationalists arc struction of so many towns and
persecuted by the German authori- ] villages in Eastern Europe."
ties for their attitude toward the
Jews, the British Nazi movement
will conduct I campaign against
Jewish property all over Britain."
R. N. Carvalho, president of the
The gathering, which met to eel
ebrate the centenary of Sholem
Aleichem, noted Yiddish writer.
took place in a hall in Woburn
House where curtains were drawn
to mask a broken window. Anti-
! Jewish slogans were smeared on
Sisterhood of Temple Judea heard' the walls outside. Among other
Dr. Marvin Isaacson, psychiatrist, buildings in Britain daubed with
in a lecture Wednesday on "Frus- the swastika was a Catholic church
tration in Women Today." | In Dartford, Kent.
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Three Miamians. who have grad-
uated from the Hebrew Theolog-
ical College, now a part of the
.1 J^li i,nii.i-i "v of AIHKUT'
icago, III., will be singled out for
! special awards, according to Her-
man Eisenberg. national executive
director of the development and
building fund of the school.
Eisenberg, who is himself a Mi-
amian, lives at 4421 Sheridan ave.
He arrived from Chicago this week
to make trre-errangeinents and to
select individuals for the awn
These Miami residents, accord-
-ifl iftj*"--*" have bpee active
1 in the erection of the $300,000
jlibrary on the campus of the uni-
versity, which is now nearing com-
pletion.
Eisenberg was formerly execu-
tive director of the Hebrew Acad-
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IA*l fAIHCLOTH
Foircloth Files
For State Senate
Earl Faircloth, 39-year-old Mi-
ami attorney and chairman of the
Florida Committee for Fair Repre-
sentation, has announced his can-
didacy for the State Senate.
"The people of Dade county have
been short-changed for too Ions
by their State Government." said
Faircloth, "and it is with the hope
of changing this situation that I
am seeking this office.
"Dade countians have-been short-
changed in the matter of represen-
tation in their State Legislature.
they have been short-changed oni
roads, and have been short-chang-,
ed on schools."
Faircloth, who reportedly led
the state-wide fight against the
proposed reapportionment
amendment which was rejected
at the polls last November, said
that if elected ha will "continue '
to fight for fair representation
and for the right of the people
themselves to initiate amend-
ments to the Florid* constitu-
tion whon the Legislature fails
or refuses to carry out the wish-
es of the people."
Faircloth said he will announce
a detailed platform shortly, but
added "I make one pledge right;
now. That is that if elected as
State Senator I will never use my j
position as a member of the Legis '
lature for personal gain.
Faircloth, a member of the law j
firm Hector, Faircloth and Rut
ledge, is a former chairman of the
Dade County Bar Asan. Speakers'
Bureau and Educational TV Com-
mittee.
He is currently a member of
the Florida Bar Committee on
World Peace Through Law and
Unauthoriied Practice of Law.
An honor graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida, he served two
terms as president of the Student
Body, and was a member of Flor-
ida Blue Key and the University
Hall of Fame. He also served as
state president of the Future
Farmers of America while in high
school.
He and his wife, the former Wil-
ma Smith, of Jackson. Tenn., are
the parents of two children, Amy.
10, and David, 7. They own a home
at 7940 SW 50th ct. Faircloth is a
deacon of the University Baptist
Church, where he also teaches a
Sunday school class for young
men.
To bin to Head
(IF Division
Leonard Tobin, partner In Tobin
and Rose Insurance agency, Mi-
ami Beach, has been named co-
chairman of the insurance division
[of United Fund of Dade County.
Tobin, a member of the pioneer
I Tobin family that came here 43
i years ago, predicts "100 percent
participation from the insurance
agents of the Miami Beach area."
Tobin has served the community
as president of the North Shore
Lodge of B'nai B'rith and the
Men's Club of North Shore Jewish
("enter, and as senior vice com-
mander of Jewish War Veterans
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Realty
Bnai B'rith national execs recently down from Washington and
topping at the Lucerne were Jack Jenkins and Mortimer Rubin.
A fashionable couple whenever they're out on the town are Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Woisner. He manufactures -Trickettcs," women's purse
lories that are known from coast to coast.
Hey, girls, how com* two *och handsome and eligible lads, the
brothers, Dr. Ralph Robbins and Dr. Bernard Robbins, are still on the
loose?
One of the youngest looking 50-year olds we've ever had the
pleasure to know is Dave Levinson. co-owner of the Algiers, and oper-
ator, inter of popular Tamarack Ledge in New York's Catskills Never
yet have seen him without a friendly smile for one and all. That's one
we] to keep youthful.
It's a big week for the Dan Levines. After celebrating their 25th
anniversary, he opened his own office as a realty broker.
Paul Sobel. playing the semi-final round of the Bayshore Exchange
IClub tourney, against Dr. Julian Rickles. had an'interested cheering
section, his daughter. Helen. But the Doc was red hot, 3-under for the
first nine. Izzy Bcrkc downed Dr. Don Michnoff. and will play Dr.
Rickles next week.
Ed Cowan, former co-owner of Old Forge, and Harold Reisfeld have
joined forces in a new real estate office on Biscayne blvd., under the
. name of First Florida Realty and Investment Corp.
Marjorie Ellen Fischer, of the Beach, and Peter M. Lipman, of
Montpelier, Vt., first mot at the University of Miami, where botti aro
studying. It developed into romance, and their wedding is planned
for Juno.
Another school meeting that blossomed into romance: that of Judy
Eileen Richard and Paul Richard Ashkenas. both of the Beach. They
first met when going to Miami Beach High. Their engagement un-
announced recently.
.lust returned from another fund-raising dinner for the Jewish
Theological Seminary' Residence Hall, held recently in Baltimore. Jen-
nie GrosalngW is now at her home on Pinetree dr. The busy philan-
thropist and resort hotel queen looks forward to her annual vi>it here
to see old friends and catch up on her rest
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STAGE TALK: One of the most successful offerings so far present-
ed by Ruth Foreman at her Studio M. "Dlno" continues its run for an-
other week. The drama, an adaptation of the prize-winning TV play,
features many local teen-agers, and deals with problems of juvenile
delinquency. It's excitingly staged and enacted and deserves the whole-
hearted support of the community's threatre-goers.
Arlene Francis ends her run in Noel Coward's "Tonight at 8 30"
tomorrow at the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
On Tuesday, the Playhouse will stage "Show Business," starring
Carol Charming, and this will be the very first presentation of the
musical, described as a cavalcade of comedy from minstrel days to
the present, before heading to Broadway.
Maurice Evans and Diane Todd head the cast of "Mv Fair Lady"
which opens Feb 2 at the Miami Beach Auditorium. It will be a limited
engagement, running through Feb. 20.
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY:* 11 local cnt.es are unanimous in
their praise of the fourth and all-new edition of the lucerne's Havana
M.rd. oras. They also shared the opinion that Lo> Monrea form
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saga is free for the Wring, andaVv Vbe prfsentdti to
fonresation. Rabbi HarscheLJSa-
[illr will officiate, with CanTor
Joseph Satimin rendering the
fusical portions of the liturgy.
Kilujrd is an eighth grade stu-
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each
rro'rier of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. For details on how to receive,!
your free corsage see story, Page 3-A.
Edward Putver | dent at Shenandoab. Junior High,
Edwari, Wn of Mr. and Mrs. and attends Miami Hebrew Con-
lax Puree*, will become Bar Mitz- gregation religious achool. He is a
ah during Saturday morning ser- Miami Hebrew Mmyonaires vice
ires. Jan. 23, of Miami Hebrew | president.
Reception will hoaor the Bar
Mitzvah Saturday night at the
Royal Hungarian restaurant.
a
Martin Cold
North Shore Jewish Center will
be the site of tbe Bar Mitzvah of
Martin Gold on Saturday morning,
Jan. 23. with Rabbi Mayer Abranv
owitz officiating.
Martin is a student in the relig-
ious school of- the Center and at-
tends Nautilus Junior High. Me is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvine
Gold, 7835 Crespi blvd.

Eric Macklin
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Eric
Macklin on Saturday, Jan. 13, at
Temple Emanu-El. Eric is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Macklin.
In eighth grade at Ida M. Fuhttr
Junior High, where he serve.1 as
class president, Eric is also a stu-
dent at Temple Emanu-El relig-
ious school.
' Reception will be held
honor Saturday afternoon
Fontainebleau hotel.

Stuart Grossman
Saturday services, Jan. 23, at
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Temple Beth Sholom will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Stuart, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Grossman,
4489 N. Michigan ave. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate.
Stuart is a student in the Beth
Sholom confirmation class of 5722.

Norman Silver
Bar Mitzvah of Norman Silver
will take place Saturday morning.
Jan. 23, at North Shore Jewish
Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate.
Norman is a student in the re-
ligious school- of the Center, and
attends Nautilus Junior High. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Silver, 618 85th st., Miami Beach.
-
Eylona Baldinger
Rabbi Maurice Klein will offi-
cite at the Bas Mitzvah of EyI6na
Baldinger during Friday evening
services, Jan. 22. of Southwest
Jewish Center. Eylona is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Baldinger.

Robert Yablon
Robert Yablon will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services. Jan. 23. of Temple
Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate.
Robert, son of Mrs. Selma Yab-
lon, attends eighth grade at Nau-
tilus Junior High and Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Reception will be held in his hon-
or Sunday afternoon at the Yablon
home.

Jeffrey Cohen
Temple Beth Sholom will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey
Cohen on Saturday morning, Jan.
23, with Rabbi Leon Kronish offi-
ciating.
Jeffrey is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Cohen. 3570 Flamin-
go dr. He is a student in the Beth
Sholom confirmation class of 5722.
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cture Series To Open Here
kooklovert of (he community
Lc organized as "Friends of the
InersUy Library" to "increase
eresl in and knowledge or' the
Ivsrsit? Of Miami library. They
In 'o sponsor literary lectures.
Yhi**on*- and publications of
|i!y interest-for the members,
proceeds from the ^10 member*
, >. which are open to the pub-
will be devoted to aiding the
tary in acquisitions of needed
pks and materials.
Sigs Hear Speaker
fhi Sigma Sigma Sorority Alum-
of Greater Miami met last
rk at tbe- home of Mrs. Linda
lashis, 8540 S\V 43rd ter. Miss
rbara Copins, of Zeta chapter,
iversity of California, recently
pi .r.tei field secretary of the in-
latlonal sorority, was guest
laker.
ImtWiting Expert Speaks
}' (&arlotte Leibel, handwri
analyst, spoke at the Wednes-
luncheon meeting of the Angel
Ipter of the Hope School for Re-
ded Children. The meeting was
Ihe Seville hotel.
I
Officers are Marjory Stoneman.
i Douglas, president; Mrs. Herveyj
Allen, vice president and chair-!
man of the Spicer-Simson lecture
! series; Mrs. Malceim ~Jtoss and"
Mrs. Gaines Wilson, secretaries;
and Paul R. Scqjt, treasurer.
Tfcougti ttwxM oniy ,iw
' week* ago, the group he*alrody
secured four top literary figures
for lectures in February, includ-
ing Padraic Colum, Edward Dav-
ison, Alistair Cook* and Retort
Frost.
Known as the Spicer-Simson lec-
tures, they will be presented" on
campus only for members of the
Friends of the University Library..
The series will inaugurate the first]
projectto purchase the unique.
Collection of portrait medallions,
by the late Theodore Spicer-Sim-
son, famed sculptor who since the
1920's owned a home in Coconut
Grove.
On Feb. 5, in the St. Thomas'
Aquinas Student Center on UM's
campus, Padraic Colum. distin-'
guished Irish-American man of
, letters, w ill inaugurate the series
I with a talk on James Joyce, with-
whom he was an intimate, and
| some of the Irish poets.
Noted Zionist
Miami Visitor
Noted author Julius Haber is
now in Miami Beach, staying with
Mrs. Hahi-r at the Abbey hotel. He I
will be here through February.
Haber is the author of "Odyssey;
of an American Zionist," which was,
published in 1957.
A Hebrew edition of the vol-
ume is scheduled for publication
in April, and will incorporate I
100 additional pages to include '
the Sinai campaign of late 1956.
The Hebrew edition also features
an introduction by Abba Eban.
Minister without Portfolio in the
new Israel Government and for-
mer Israel Ambassador to the
United States.
The Habers will leave for Israel
in March to visit their children,
Mr. and Mrs. Dov Peleg. and
grandchildren. The couple's son-
in-law is former chief of staff of
the Israel Air Force.
Project Volunteers Needed
R. B. Roberts, III, president of
the local Crippled Children's So-
ciety, issued a special appeal Wed-
nesday for volunteers to assist in
the preparation of the annual mass
mailing of Easter Seals, scheduled
to go in the mail to Dade count-
lans Mar. 17. Organized groups,
seeking a service project or inter
ested in helping with typing, stuf-
fing and sorting the mail, may ar-
range to work evenings at the So-
Rehabilitation Center, 1475
NW 14th ave.
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Mel L. Green, 36 year-old attor
nejr and vice president of Mid-West
Mortgage Corporation, has been
elected to the
board of direc-
tors of the Met-
ropolitan Bank
of Miami, it was
announced by G.
James Hughes,
president of the
bank.
Green succeeds
B. J. Harris. Mi-
ami f i n a-n c ler
CMltH who recently re-
signed from the board.
A resident of Miami for the
past 3 years. Green It a mem-
ber of the VA-FHA committoo of
the National Mortgage Bankers
Assn., aMri a member of the
board of governors of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, and
of the board of directors of the
Jewish Homo for the Aged.
He holds a law degree from the
University of Miami, and is a
member of the Florida Bar Assn.
He is a decorated combat infantry
veteran of World War II and a
member of the Rainbow Division
Assn.
Green also holds membership in
the Mortgage Bankers Assn. of
Dade County, Bayshore Exchange
Club of Miami Beach, Bayshore
Golf and Country Club, and Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity.
Florida JWY Doubts
Red Role in Bigotry
Jewish War Veterans, Depart-
ment of Florida, this week reject-
ed the theory "as conclusive" that
the recent anti-Semitic outbursts
and resurgence of Nazi organiza-
tions "may have been motivated
by the Communists for the pur-
pose of throwing a smoke screen
over the proposed summit meeting
and thereby making possible an
East German or Russian interven-
tion in West Germany."
Irving Steinberg, department
commander, and Percy W. Fried-
lander. AmeVicanism committee
chairman, said that Communist in
fluence in the Nazi resurgence was
not a conclusive fact, but added
that "these anti-Semitic outrages
happened simultaneously all over
the world" and that "this outburst
has been planned."
The JWV department conclude'd
that "bigetry of this type, whether
its name is Nazism or Communism,
can not frighten "Us, intimidate us
or bewilder us. We have full con-
fidence in law and order, just as
we have full confidence that our
brothers-inarms, of the other vet-
eran organizations, will play their
part in stamping out the evils of
Nazi or Communistic bigotry."
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Friday. January 22, I960
Page. MB
Success of 'Dino'
Justifies Director's
Faith in Audiences
wmIi ii"' Studio M" production
,i "Dlno" an established hit, pro
oncer-director Ruth Foreman nai
itrppcd Into Ihe potlti hi ai ona
oj Ihr out l.iii.lmr theatrical l><'"'
tonalities ol South Florida.
i ajng known u< theatrngoei tor
her Dramatic Academy and her
popular chlidren'i theatre, Pled
Piper Playhouae, Mrs, Poreman'i
Riiceeai with "Dlno" la peraonal
victory baaed on her thinking thai
"imi local ;< lencei wanl la the
id |Ca] i.,11 v imii hat tomethlng
in say and aaya ii with power and
authority."
"Dlno" is the play which proved
her polnl Endowed bj lurlata, ed
ui atora and welfare people, "Dlno"
i the atorj ol < young man In
v a illy torn by Ihe rejection ol
ivhal he bellevea to be ^ h.oatil
tfldet} rhe plaj beglna a< hia re
belllou* return from n reform
irhool and movea uncompromte-
Ingly to an end, which points a
hopeful finger lowarda the future
in ihr leading rola Mn Pore
mail lllis c;|s| Arlliur Eden. His
performance is being uniformly
received ai a "hrlllianl tour 4a
force Olhera In the caal of 10
include Jay P Poa ai Ihe pay
chlatrlat, Trudy Gertler aa the
sympathetic Shirley, Patrlcli
Daoud i- a laaaj receptlonlat,
Tuny Ferboaal and Rita Klein aa
Mi.- smblttered parenta, Don 9a
inn as the atrong willed younger
brothel nml Hn loisi as tin- pa
tola officer
currently m Ita second weea
"Pino" iil deftnllel} rua one
week more Ita continuance la da
pendent upon the pattenee of Ura
man On hot daah la i new
play b] a nee author
Declared lira Foreman eathui
laatkally, "I eenl "' '" S"'1 "
mlo rehearsal
My Foir Lady'
Takes Two Large
Revclvina, Stages
, ,;r., i.me in the history
of "WJf
.end an extra I "r_j.n.^i
\.-nee,fif I -
company of
.how. POT the national
H] Fair Lady." this
extra '.....* ta Tni
.,,, with an expert mechanical
C.J u, .nsiall the revolv.ng
stages.
The extra advance baggage car
and the uwhnieal crew usually at-
riv, iboul I weeh in advance of
the show itself, and immediately
curt their work of erect.nu the
two large revolving: sets on the
of ihe theatre where My
Pan Lady" will play. These stages
ire each 22 feet In circumference,
and consist of 16 separate units on
h revolving stage.
Herman Levin, produeer. has
added the extra expense of trans-
i_. u u^ m.rtini! two sets of revolving
Gig Young is accused of murderinq Rita ?Ywor,V,uh rnr?h Kail thai every cKy will hive
in Clifford Odets "The Story on Page One. now at the uariD, ^ ^ ,.nmp|ote production that
1- now at ihe Bellinger Theatre In
Micnni and Miracle Theaters.
Phillips Resigns
As Director
George S Rngkt 1 this
week the resignation al Owea
Phillips !- A rector ol
lh Cocom 1 Grove PlaphaueM
Phillip* ill continue .
1 stage dftree
poal
I on with the Pi i auderdahi
house, as well aa be la cam
the Drama In Miaou
I
Phillips

tents in
(tar v
.1 ia main
.' a id
v the Dai
., rewrRaag al the
Paphwing PtJihpa as general
aaaigir anil be Robert Warn, who
\ill retaJa
the ajrtpneed Ft l auderdate The
*trt.
Ana* frank Chapter Heeling
Ann* Wank chapter al I M
P'rith Women mill hoM a carvl
r>ariy and ssj*Jm at .tie haa
Mr*. Real) a SI i*n
axe. 0* i\tes\1a,\ at 1 pm
SimonhoH Discusses Russia
Hairy Sinioiihoff. Miami attor-
ney, author and traveler, was
gueal apeaker at a meet in 8 of Mi-
ami Reach Boaust luncheon Ctuh
on Wednesday a! the RRa Plaaa
hotel Smionholi discussed his re
cent stn.lv tour through the Soviet
Union Bnd Israel
included mined
kbreham Wattson ami community
singing led by Jacob Kishman.
- 1 Ri hue >v .1- chairman,
Carol Channing at
Grove Tuesday
Carol Channing opens Tuesday
al the Coconul Grove Playhouae In
show Business," with Lea Qimt
.lemlis ami Wally Griffin. The pro-
duction will run through Sunday.
Feb. 7.
Produced by Charles Gaynor un-
der the auspices Of the Creek
Theatre Assn., "Show Business"
hysterically chronicles comedy
from the earlj rnlnstrel dayi to
ihe modern and often bewildering
psycho-drama.
Throughout a colorful career
on Broadway, comedienne Carol
Channing has created a score of
memorable roles. From the de-
lightfully addled Lorelei Lee of
"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" to
the subtle irony of a Ruth Sher-
wood in Wonderful Town," Miss
Channing has employed her mul-
ti-faceted talents to achieve in-
dividualism in all her heroines.
New York City The two sets play
leap frog wilh each other, and
while one is in use. the other ll
already on its way to the next city
on the tour.
"My Fair Lady" will arrive at
Ihe Miami Beach Auditorium on
Tuesday night, Feb. 2. for a three
week engagement. Matinee per-
formances will be given on Feb.
:i.ti. 10. 13. 14 and 20. Starring la
Diane Todd as Eliza Dool.ttle.
OlAHt 1000
North Shore JWY Meeting
North Shore Post, Jewish War
Veterans, was to meet Thursday
i vening at the Deauville hotel.
Irvine C. Spear is commander.
George Bluestein is adiutsnt.
be
bj
Ballet Company
To be Featured
Miami Ballet Company will
featured at the next concert
the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra
Sunday evening at the Miami
Beach Auditorium. Admission is
free.
Orchestra conductor and music
director is Barnett Breeskin. Bal-
let director is Thomas Armour.
Franck's Symphony in D Minor,
and the Toccata by Frescobaldi-
Kindler.
The ballet portion of the evening
will comprise "Design for Four."
danced to the Bach Suite in D Ma-
jor, and the Dance of the Hours
from Ponchielli's opera "La Gio-
conda."
Dancers in the "Design for
Four," described aa an abstract
ballet, will be Shirley Sanders,
Laura Rose May, Ann Englert and
Joint program will include Cesar Caren De.Marco.
\ Most .a.
The again apeaa at D
rium H Menda] and then
. IN Miami Bench \
The combined talents of Carol
Channing and writer director <",.i\
r made theatrical hhtory ten
rears ago, when they joined fOTCW
events by Dr i give life to a fresh, new ap-
proach to musical comedy in an
intimate revue entitled. Lend an
Ear." Public response 10 thii ef-
fect achieved stardom for Miss
Canaan
for the show I
Keen m being
1
il
reviews Its
.-
1 < i
'Gioconda' Opens
Here Next Week
1 ed the. I'.reater
- > \, the Opera
Cu.lii -
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F im ae> i'
.'.h. Mary McMurraj
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declare* thrt it it real thow
nutinetv TSere r^ magicians
wfce will streduee flyn piyannt
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ttenr," featunns anttanatt) known
bstllet s-ars Zebra Nevuis a:
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-.he Metropolitan i>nera Ballet
TV st.vry of the ojvra is reai
drama as *c!".. and BKMea pas
sh.ale K>t art
and r>s>sv*.v
M tK>nh M.aw: audiences
hare henrd the b.
KtVeen F.*rrell ber-
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asjfnr* alasfaag a: -.he Metro
puBtatt Uus year
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Top Performers
At Springs Villas
* spec al nine-day engagement
at the Carriage Club. Miami
I for Los Chi Bapaan,
fanusl tjitin musical enterta
lnroanut the I
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Menu
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U anonttaana bai
vhavales run the jamut
and vocal ,
and make much use at
"s"' hia bJojj drill
bnlhant 1
THe> w,u iv ,. !h, ,-ar
vlub antj
Beaux Arts Trio will be featured at White Temple) Auditorium
in a Friends of Chamber Music of Miami pennnntation on Wed-
nesday evening. Trio includes Daniel Guilet, violin; Bernard
Greenhouse cello; and Menhcrmen Pressler, piano. Program
xduled includes Trio No. 3 in C. Haydn; Trio in D major.
'0. No. 1 TGhost Beethoven; Trio on Jewish Themes
sk m one movement. Copland; and Trio No. 1 in D,
op. 49, Mendelssohn.
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Friday, January 22, 1960
Brotherhood Dinner
Chairman Named
William B. MacDonald, jr., has
iiaen^MiaMU general chairman of
the eighth annual Brotherhood din-
ner.
This was announced Wednesday
by John Serbin. Dr. C. Doren Tharp
and MitcheH Sirgany, co-chairmen
of the Florida chapter of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
MacDonald will head a commit-
tee of prominent citizens of Great-
er Miami to enlist support of the
NCCJ in its annual fund-raising
effort.
The avant will ba held an Tvae-
day. Fab. 23, at tha Fontaine
blaaw hotel. Nearly 1,000 cit
izem of rrsa n ara aapactad
to attend. At this annual event,
tha NCCJ peasants silver medal -
llana to thraa adults who ara
deemed to hava made major
contributions to intargroup rele
tlons. Awards an also present -
ed to outstanding high school
students.
MacDonald is known to Miami
citizens as the new owner of the
Miami Marlins baseball club. A
member of St. Joseph's Catholic
Church, he has been active in busi-
ness and fraternal circles. Of his
new assignment, MacDonald said.
"We all know what the virus of
prejudice docs to people and to
the community. I am for any ef-
fort which promises to deal posi-
tively with this disease. The Na-
tional Conference of Christians and
Jews seems to have a method which
is effective,
I am for them 100 percent, and
I invite my fellow-citizens to Join
me. To say we arc for Brother
y. To say we fight
against bigotry and the
mind that paints swastikas on I
public buildings is to say the ob- j
\ ious and also the necessary'
word."
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two Mma, three brother* two staters,
or 11,1 Mil c.111,1,
SAMUEL OARTNER
5?S &.^Attr

Peshkin Chapter 'Cake Sale'
Peshkin chapter of the Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic
Children will hold a "cake sale"
Friday at Food Fair in the 163rd
at.-hopping Center. Proceeds are
for a Research Foundation for
children suffering from intractable
asthma.
MRS. SOPHIA KAT2
^^SaSHTafcjjrS
!-eVe'c,rh bUH*1 "' SX
H,
WIWAM MacDOMALD, jr.
MAX ROTTERSMAN
- of 77lh st.. died Dec tl n.
?SS c5S +&"**&
OR. HARRY BLOCH
/I, former member of th> n u -
..-I"""- r">>"rntlng the |-.s.,W";
I an-Amen, an conference In P, ,
mln."? fc r*"" RoOJveil ,d
ministration. Surviving I- a nephew
ISrSE1^ '-'-.''":
ABRAHAM ENOLE
1!; ?.LhK- "I!,-1""dr- '"'| d
York J*"," 'J "..... New
Hut-rlvIng are hi-, wife. Mll-
Rummage Sale Wednesday
Mrs. L. L. Green, 15790 NE 13th
ave., and Mrs. George Rosenberg
17860 NE 13th ave, are co-chair
men of donations and merchandise
to be included in a rumaee sale
Wednesday sponsored by the Sun-
shine chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women.
Bob Hope Due
At Variety Show
Bob Hope will headline the Jan.
28 Variety "Show of Show's" to be
held in the Miami Beach Audito
num.
The annual star-studded produc-
tion benefits Variety Children's
Hospital and is presented by Va-
nity Club of Greater Miami, Tent
33.
Others to appear with Hope in-
clude Martha Raye, George De-
Witt, Gloria DeHaven and Diosa
istello.
Edward J. Melnicker is Variety's
(hief Barker.
Mary Hirschhorn,
68. Passes Away
Mary Hirschhorn, of 208 SW
20th ave., died Jan. 14, twelve
days after her 68th birthday.
She came here 10 years ago
from New York City, and was a
life member and vice president of
the Bikur Chdlim. a life member
of the Women's Auxiliary. Jewish
Home for the Aged, founder and ,
life member of the Greater Miami *lr-1- ni a ao. Howard. &
Hebrew Free Loan Assn., board ch-MH-i ai! ;'I, "'*"' > >
member of the Henrietta Szold ---------------
group of Hadassah. member of the ., ,.,MA*WELL ESKOW
Hebrew Academy Women. Sister- ni "J, !?' SR l'.'. %*
hood of Beth El Congregation, and ;. ** t.
Hope School for Retarded Children
Mrs. Hirschhorn is survived by
her two daughters, Sylvia Rosen-
berg and Ruth Rosenberg, both of
Miami, and four grandsons. Gary,
Michael. Howard and Richard.
Services and burial were in New
York, with local arrangements by
Gordon Funeral Home.
V"' ," E>ur M" '
i.l- Mem
with burial in ill
M11.11 emelerv.
Dr. Klepfisz to Speak
General meeting of the Labor
Zionist Center Organization of
Greater Miami will be held on Sun
day evening at the Seville hotel
under the leadership of Ehiel Les-
owder. Rabbi Heszel Klepfisz.
journalist historian and hebraist,
will address the assembly.
Bel* Am Sisterhood Man
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood will
hold a Valentine's Night affair on
Feb. 14 at the Fontainebleau ho
tel. Comic Milton Berle. noted tel-
evision star, will be featured on
the program. Mrs. Ernest Sohnen,
940 Andora ave., Coral Gables, is
chairman.
_______LEGAL NOTICe
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 47769-C
IN RE Estate of
CLARA I.IMH.KV HASH
1 SH* aso.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'.. All Creditors ami All Persona Hav-
ing Claims ..1 iieinan.ls Against s ,1.1
Bkrtate:
v..11 are hereby notified an.i i-sautr-
'l to present am claims ..r .1. mauds
which you nun have against tha
late of Clara Lin.ll.-j K.sli
late ,.i l.a.i. County, Florida, to tha
i.ountj Judges of Dad* County, ami
rue the acme In their offices in the
uunt) courthouse In Hade County
ki.mi.Im, within eight calendar iwentha
rom ill.- .Int.: of the flint publication
ner< of, or the sem.- will l ha
Wit l. worn.. As Administrator
Cum Teals men to tnnexo
simmkks WARDEN
Attorney Ht 4-7S11
>4N Ingrahain Building
Mlanii It, tiorida
1/21-29. Z/-.-12
7!.
ISAAC DeBRUIN
si. of u.i. NW Ird at., died Jan. 17. JI
He rsnv from New Tork 17 years aV t.ry
and was a retired general contractor.
BuiVlalac are his wife. Rose; two
w>n. st.-ven and William: and two
daushters. I n c I u d I n K Mrs. Lillian
St-haln. Miami. Services were Jan. m
at Riverside Memorial Chapel, W.
Mauler at.
MRS. BESSIE GOLDBERG
of itus m: m ,||. ,,,,.
v... v" ,:;"";:,'"
of Ha. assa h .-.,m. .....
vf"'1' ,' n"rl,V- -" BMn*5 dsmrht.r.
.hilt, ""' '"ur
n Services .re | 1M i
Vlt-"*' (.^m"r)a.1 ''">'> N..rm.nlv
lale. with burial in ilt Nabo Cemc
Dr. Wolf son to Speak
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. director
the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, will
be guest speaker Friday evening,
6:30 p.m.. at the Blackstone hotel.
Dr. Wolfson will discuss "Ten
Rules for "Longevity."
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 48569-B
IN l!K K-tate of
MORRIS cnHTEZ
I it'H',i.-i(l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'crsons Hav-
ing; Claims or Demands Aainst fald
Bartaaa:
You are hereby notified and requlr-
e.l to present aoi claims or demands
which yoi may have against the es-
tate of Morris CORTES deoaa i
Iste of fade t'ouiuv, Florida, to the
1'. sjit) lodges of Hade County, anie
file the same Is their offices in the
C.,unty Courthouse in Hade Con
Klort.la. within eight calendar root!the
'rom the dale of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be bl
Inl I8ADORK .iil.TKZ
MAX It. SIIAKi:
AtVrney fr Rgecutor
922 s.- bold Building
Miami it. Florida
l tt-M, 2 i-11
MRS. CARRIE S. ROUNICK
70SI NE 5th ave.. died Jan. 9. She
ame here seven years ago from Phil-
adelphia. Surviving are three sisters,
Including Miss Sada Zeltaew. Miami,
and two brothers. Albert Zeltscw and
Bear) Selta No. Miami Reach Bi v
Ices were Jan. 11 at Riverside Me-
morial Ctuspel. Normandy Isle, with
burial In Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
Demists' Wives Reception
Alpha Omega dental auxiliary
ill hold a reception honoring
wives of out-of-town guests at a
sunshine seminar Friday, 10:30
a.m., :n the home of Mrs. George
Graham, 37 Bay Heights dr. The
reception will be followed by a
trip to Viscaya.
EMIL BLAU
TJ, of i7 SW 11th st.. died Jan. 6.
He came here six years ago from M< N
Votk, and was a retired salesman.
Surviving are his wife, Henrietta: and
two sons. Robert and Harry. He also
brother and two grandchild-
ran, Barvtcaa were Jan. 8 at (Jordon
Kuinial Home.
ARNOLD WEISZ
74. of 2S55 SW 25th ave ,l|e,| Dec. 10
Milwaukee. Wla, and waa a retired
commercial painter. Surviving are
tils wife. Josephine, and four slaters
Including Mrs. Rose Saltier and Mr-
Hermotna Weiss Sen Ices were Jan
J at Riverside Memorial Chanel, W
Klagler st.. with burial In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
ADL to be Featured
Monthly evening meeting of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will be held on Wednesday at the
Algiers hotel. Lodge president is
Irving Schatzman. The meeting
will feature the Anti-Defamation
League, and a film will be shown.
LEGAL NOTICE
MRS. LEAH CHAIN
:>. of v. SW 17th ter.. died Jan 7.
She came here five years ns
N,-w York iurrlvlnaj ..re a daughter,
Mrs. ijottie Schwaitx, and two
Services and burial w. i. In New
York, with Us-sl arrangements by
de all ni"' ml i 'hapel, \\
ler st.
Lakeside
Memorial
Park
"The South's most
beautiful
Jewish cemetery"
JE 1-5369
MRS. FLORENCE FLAYDERMAN
'._5. of :>; HW .".l-t trr died J.m <
.me here t< n > from
n. and was a member of Temple
Israel Surviving are her husband,
Hurry t.. daughters. Mrs I.e.
Illuanbert and Mrs. Nancy Greens and
a son He^also leaves a br lib.
sisters and six grand.'hi!<<
Ices were Jan. ion funeral
11.mi. with burial In lii.iceland iVm-
HARRY QREENBERO
*9. of 738 1st St.. died Dee. 30. A re-
tired restaurant owner In Washing-
ton, he came to Miami Reach 1
**,'.' "Ji '" "arrived locally by his
wife, Fannie, and daughter. Mrs.
Beatl-toe Uemsteln Services were
..: ?l .*! N'"rin r"uneral Home,
with burial in Mt. Nebs Cemetery.
JOSEPH RUBIN
'. of fll Alton rd died l>ec. 2t. He
MM li. ri 30 years am from New
Tork. Sirvlvlng are his wife.
Edward; four sons. Including
Btnart, Horraj and vnhur. Miami
Bea. h s. 11 li as wen I c tl at N. a -
man Funeral Home, with burial In
Mt. Nil". .'. m. I
samuel" stelzer
(3. of INI SW llth st ill. I 11
bm bare 11 ) ears aim from N. "
foi k. and ->..~ i hi tel manag. r Bui
''* M i lii> wife, Kate, and v..n
Arthur II, also leave* a daughter.
brother, and \ loea asar*
II at Ni a' i ii, ral Home.
with burial In Ml Ni
ALEX NEULICHT
at, of XI9 Meridian ave., died Jan. 7.
He came nere nloe years ago from
New Verk. Kuivivoiw include his
wife. Ilertha: daughter, two brothers.
Inchtdlng Bldnev Neshwbt; ami two
-Isters. Including Mis Bertha C.ld-
steln. No. Miami Beach Services
Were Jan. 8 at Riverside Memorial
Chattel. Washington ave.
SAMUEL M. DUNN
7. of 13M Drexal ave.. died Jan. I.
He came here IT years ago fr*>i
Yolk Suinving are his wife, Ann.
hre*> daughters. Including M Viv-
ian Paulen sad Mrs. Hilda Botwlaclk;
MRS HAZEL E. GROSSMAN
I"., of ISM N War, died
I I years ago
haan Chicago, and was a member of
the National Council >f Jewin Wom-
en, (lieat.i Mian Hurvlvlng
are her busline! .laugh-
tera, m.-i I. and Pamela and her par-
ents, Mi and M idHwang.
She alao leases s -i- tel >
wen I' .10 at Riverside Memorial
Chapel, Noiniandv Isle, with burial In
Mt. NehS) C.-metei >
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE,
No. 4(33 7. C
IN RE: ESTATE i iK
IIK.NHY W. MIU-KU
I l.-c. .1 veil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All lVrs.ni. II..v
ing Claims or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which yon, at
either of \..ii. nuy have against the
estate of HENRY W Mil.I.Elt de-
ceased late of Dade Coaaty. riorlda,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Ity. ..lid file tl
ill. .S III the Ciilll) I '.,UI thollSe
In Had, County, Honda, within eight
. ilendar month* from the .lat.- of the
ibll... i-.n in i .f ,-..ni cl Inu
at nemanda to contain the legal ad
dreaa of the claimant and (a l"
awora to ami presenti i
Or "ill I" I III ed See S,, I lull
7M.U of the 194.1 Probate Acl
I t< lanuary 14, \ l |M I
KITTY ^ MILLER, As Admin-
itrlx of the state of 11E.NKY
\\ Mil.I KR, Hc.-eaaed.
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Miami Ht-'i
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 451
VIN.il.x I.AV.MtlTY BL'TLBR,
rialntlff.
llll.r.in JOB BCTL.EB,
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SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
OR DIVORCE
hit. in .! u: ii i i.i i:
i > fi dam
Addreag loki
Y. by notlfli Bill
of i 'oiiipiaint for ',r i i -
ri-I >oil. and
r Pleading ni ..f
Complaint on the plali tlfTa Atton
SKAI, J DCNN, 1111
in 12, Kloiida and file the origin., I
I Answer .o I'l.a.llng In the nffl.e of
the Cl.rk of the : 1011 on or
before the lMh day of Eehriiary, IJ4(i.
If \ r.mlt will be taken against you for the
I demanded In the BiH of Com-
plaint.
Thi- noiio- shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH M.iMtllHAN
DONE \NI> ORDERED at Miami.
Fli.ii.la. this 15th day of January,
A.D. lo.
E. II I.EATHKRMA.N. Clerk
Circuit Court, Hade County. Horlda
iseal) By: WM. W srnCKINO.
Deputy ilerk
NEAI. I DUNN
Attorney for Plaintiff
Mil Alnsley Itldg
Miami 32, Kla. r R 1 :.4
1/22-H. 2/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERERT GIVEN that
the nn.lerslKned, aaslrlng to engage In
business under ih. rictltloua name of
WEIL HROTHEKS ,.t 1020 Venetian
Miami 39. Kla intends to r.
I inline with the Clerk of tin'
circuit ( ourt of Hade County, Flor-
ida.
MI-BEAT It. WKII,
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MRS. ELEANOR SINGER
:v of to Blaoayaa st.. died Dec. 2.
v itl\ing are two daughters. Mrs
Hetty ll.m.r ri I Mrs. Anna tikun
She also leaves two grandchildren
Mis. Slngei rsme from Br< kl n 12
ears ago Rervir, were I'C. 29 at
Newman Kim, ral Home, with burial
In Mt Slnal Cemeferv.
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Beth Emeth Sisterhood held
a luncheon Wednesday noon at
Beth Emeth Auditorium. Rabbi
David Hrrson discussed "This
is My God," by Herman Wouk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Ne. (OC MM
I.i .III: A INK S CII11Y.
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us.
JOHNNY i-llnV,
I WfendanL
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Toil, JOHNNT CH11Y. Ti iin-hsnl
Street, New Yoik. N.-w York, are re-
quired to file your answer to the rom-
plaint of divorce, with the Clerk of
the ab"\.....in t and sarva a copy
thereof upon Herman Cohen, Attor-
ney. lJtti Congress Itldg.. Miami, Flor-
ida, on or liefnre 1*1 III MSI Jl 2S. 1S80.
or else .mipbiliit will be taken as
confessed. Hated Januarv 20. 19*0.
E li I.EATHKKMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Hade C.iuntv. Florida
taeal) My K M. I.VMAN.
I'eputv Clerk
l/22-2->. 2/.-.-II
NOTICE UNDER
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERT QrVHR that
Mje undendgned, aeatrtng to engage in
inder the fictitious name of
I.INC. i|.x ENTERPRISES i.i "21 I
lins Avenue. Miaioi Beach, Kla. in-
i" register said name with tha
.'l.ik- ..f the Circuit Court of Dnde
Coimtv. Florida.
"' HAROLD SHAPIRO
Mt.. in \ foi \pi.licant
27 Lincoln Road
1 tS-M, 2/S-12
low Offices Rlove
Howard A. Meyers announces
the removal of his law office to
Suite 203, 1080 NE 79th st in
association with Lawrence I. Hol-
lander.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREHY UIVHN that
the undersigned, deal ring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LENTIN REALTT at :. X K. 174th
North Miami Iteach Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Plorlda,
NEIL LENTIN
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JvUGUST BROS ftV|
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 491
coltltAlvi iti iKl.nNALI,
Plaintiff,
va.
GLORIA BORDONALI,
Defends at.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: GLORIA ItoRiyoNALI
Addresa L'nknown
You are hereby notified that a Hill
of i omptalnt for Divorce has been
til-.l against and you are r-
uuired to sei vie a aapj of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Rill of Com-
ulaint on Hi. plan, tiff,, Attoraev,
MEI.VIX 1 Ml 11, iFF, 027 Lincoln
anal Reach ,: Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
is the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 22nd da/
binary, ln If you fall to do
so. jinlgiii.ni by default will be taken
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the Rill ,,i Complaint
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riday. January 22, 1960 + k>lst ftcrMian Page 7-B =>hearsing award ceremonies scheduled for Friday's meeting If Ml. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary are (left to right) Mrs. |. S. Levy, awards chairman. Miss Elsie Schwabe, Mrs. Harry lauiman and Mrs. Sanford Rothman. It. Sinai Auxiliary to Meet for First le in New Building on Friday for the first time in the new Mt. li Hospital building, the WomAuxiiiary of the hospital will its semi-annual meeting on lay in the new Louis E. WolfAuditorium. Jembirs will have an opportuto see the newly-built beautirosidence for nurses, and re^hnxnts will be served, using now facilities of the nurses' fie. irs. Philip Lefkowitz, president |th Auxiliary, will open the punf. Mrs. Harold Turk, prochairman, has invited repentatives of the community to ik on "What Mt. Sinai Hospital UU to Me." participants are Dr. Ralph es, professor of medicine at the Ivcr-ity of Miami; Rabbi IrvLthrman. Temple Emany-BI; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, attorney and long-time Dade inty School Board member. Irs. Hannah Kabn, poetry edi!<>i the Miami Herald, will read kroup of poems on the inspiration of the hospital, and Ralph Renick. news director, WTVJ, will summarize the hospital's import on the community. A graduate nurse, Mrs. Anita Thomason, will also give her viewpoint, and part of the a cappella chair of Miami Beach Senior High i School will sing. The Auxiliary's highest volunteer service award, the 5.000-hour service pin, will be presented to 'Miss Elsie Schwabe, Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Mrs. Sanford Roth I man. Only four other volunteers I have achieved this honor during the existence of the Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary. Attending the Assn. of Florida Hospital Auxiliaries conference in Jacksonville in December were Mrs. Lefkowitz, Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes and Mrs. Edward Roth, who will report on the conference. In charge ot refreshment arrangements are Mrs. I. J. Hecht, jr., and Mrs. Carl Susskind. The Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club will lend their talents in the decorating of the auditorium. Diamond Jubilee Date Nearing. Stars Scheduled j Jewelry, gowns, and television Mars will sparkle and shine at the Diamond Jubilee dinner dance of j National Children's Cardiac Hos| Pital. scheduled for Jan. 30 in the | Grand ballroom of the Fontaine; bleau. In addition to the area's leading figures in attendance at the affair, Gloria De Haven and Jack Carter will headline the entertainment for the evenfhg. Along with lfiss De Haven, serving as toastmaster, and Carter providing the comedy, will be vojcallst Paula Stewart. All proceeds will go to Miami's own Children's Cardiac Hospital, the nation's only completely free, non sectarian institution devoted exclusively to the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic heart disease in children. Over 700 tickets have already been reserved, according to Paul Rimmeir and Leo Robinson, cochairmen of the dinner dance. Dick Fincher, husband of the toastmaster and a prominent civic figure, is honorary co-chairman of the impending ball, along with Lee Ratner, known throughout the area for his industrial achievements and philanthropic endeavors. "Tickets to the Diamond Jubilee (dinner." stated Rimmeir Wednesj day, "are going like proverbial, I hotcakes at $50 per person, be-1 cause generous Miamians know that every penny realized from the Jubilee will go to help the treatment and research work being carried on at the National Children's Cardiac Hospital." Bob Rubenstein. renowned interior decorator, is heading a committee which will convert the grand ballroom of the hotel "into a scene of exotic beauty." Assisting him are Mrs. Dolly Feinstein, Mrs. Sue Rimmeir and Mrs. Esther Ratner. Music for the dancing will be furnished by Mai Malkin and his 20 piece orchestra. >./? m *§fe* •^aJaWh^l k 1 1 >New Group Elects Officers Town and Country Clubbers, newly-organized group of professional and businessmen and women between 25 and 40, elected officers at a recent meeting at Monticello Park Jewish Center. Named were Sid Eisman, 1585 NE 158th st., president; Irene Porpes, 1880 NE 123rd st., vice president; Rona Wolff. 1145 NW 127th st., recording secretary; Bca Bcrkowitz, 1323 NE 179th st., corresponding secretary; and Carol Goldberg, 1698 NE 177th st., treasurer. The club has planned a horseback riding outing at Melody Ranch in Hallandale on Sunday. Jennie Groaainger and Sam Goldfarb (right) receive iernal Light Awards from Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of k Jewish Theological Seminary of America, at ceremonies londay at the Hollywood Beach hoteL For Information On TAX-FREE INCOME through MUNICIPAL BONDS WRITE, PHONE OR COME IN A C Allyn and Company INCORPORATED Investment Bankers Since 1912 THE MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL BLDG. JEfferson 8-4731 '• Uwdwdtl* • Chicago UN S.I. 17* St. • JA 2-3*31 17*t Ariwrtk SWd. • WM 1-3700 New York Boston Mailing Urges Dimes Assistance The first of 200,000 blotters went into the mail this week calling public attention to the new March of Dimes to combat polio, arthritis and crippling birth defects. "Let's blot out crippling diseases," is the legend on the blotters mailed to homes, along with March of Dimes contribution envelopes, and a financial report. The report shows that the fundraising agency spent $2,090,183 for 'polio patient care in Dade county from 1938 to 1939, but held operational overhead to four percent. A total of $3,014,975 was donated to the March of Dimes by Greater Miamians from 1938 to 1959. ffajpft Renick is SjHWfttr Ralph Renick, vice president in charge ot* news. WTVJ-TV ch. 4, was guest speaker Tuesday at a meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Gerihon S. Miller Is luncheon chairman. CranAon Zm Report Slides and a report on the growth of Crandon Park Zoo by Robert H. Mattlen, director of the Zoo, will be featured at the Miami Public I Library on Tuesday evening. Entertainment plans for the Jan. 30 National Children's Cardiac Hospital Diamond Jubilee at the Fontainebleau cae discussed by Lee. Ratner, honorary co-chairman, and Jack Carter, famous nightclub and television comedian, who will headline the program. Carter will fly here from Las Vegas for the event, an annual dinner ball for the benefit of the nation's only completely free, non-sectarian hospital devoted exclusivly to the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic heart disease in children. Ikatkti Olympic* B#MJ> Beach Gables 1 WATCH *0* ITS ANCIENT GLORIES. AND ITS WONDERS OF TODAY Southern Premiere] Benefit Showing WED., FEB. 3rd 8:45 p.m. at Beach Theatre (proceeds to O-R-TJ Tickets NOW on Sale| et Reach Theatre srael ITS ANCIENT CLORIES AND ITS WONDFHS OF TOUAi m. Md *d k. LEON URIS AUTHO* OF "EXODUS" • NTieiLT riiaaeo) Overt* la* MM .SS. IEOWARO a



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Friday. January 22, 1960 +Jwlstifk)rkHnri l Page 13-B at th* Singing Strings KING AIM III its COIRT The TIP TOPPERS in tk* CARRIAGE ClUI in his at the MAftTft limit cture Series To Open Here kooklovert of (he community Lc organized as "Friends of the InersUy Library" to "increase eresl in and knowledge or' the Ivsrsit? Of Miami library. They In 'o sponsor literary lectures. Yhi**on*and publications of |i!y interest-for the members, proceeds from the ^10 member* >. which are open to the pubwill be devoted to aiding the tary in acquisitions of needed pks and materials. Sigs Hear Speaker fhi Sigma Sigma Sorority Alumof Greater Miami met last rk at tbehome of Mrs. Linda lashis, 8540 S\V 43rd ter. Miss rbara Copins, of Zeta chapter, iversity of California, recently pi .r.tei field secretary of the inlatlonal sorority, was guest laker. ImtWiting Expert Speaks }' (&arlotte Leibel, handwri analyst, spoke at the Wednesluncheon meeting of the Angel Ipter of the Hope School for Reded Children. The meeting was Ihe Seville hotel. I Officers are Marjory Stoneman. i Douglas, president; Mrs. Herveyj Allen, vice president and chair-! man of the Spicer-Simson lecture series; Mrs. Malceim ~Jtoss and" Mrs. Gaines Wilson, secretaries; and Paul R. Scqjt, treasurer. Tfcougti ttwxM oniy ,iw week* ago, the group he*alrody secured four top literary figures for lectures in February, including Padraic Colum, Edward Davison, Alistair Cook* and Retort Frost. Known as the Spicer-Simson lectures, they will be presented" on campus only for members of the Friends of the University Library.. The series will inaugurate the first] project—to purchase the unique. Collection of portrait medallions, by the late Theodore Spicer-Simson, famed sculptor who since the 1920's owned a home in Coconut Grove. On Feb. 5, in the St. Thomas' Aquinas Student Center on UM's campus, Padraic Colum. distin-' guished Irish-American man of letters, w ill inaugurate the series I with a talk on James Joyce, withwhom he was an intimate, and | some of the Irish poets. Noted Zionist Miami Visitor Noted author Julius Haber is now in Miami Beach, staying with Mrs. Hahi-r at the Abbey hotel. He I will be here through February. Haber is the author of "Odyssey; of an American Zionist," which was, published in 1957. A Hebrew edition of the volume is scheduled for publication in April, and will incorporate I 100 additional pages to include the Sinai campaign of late 1956. The Hebrew edition also features an introduction by Abba Eban. Minister without Portfolio in the new Israel Government and former Israel Ambassador to the United States. The Habers will leave for Israel in March to visit their children, Mr. and Mrs. Dov Peleg. and grandchildren. The couple's sonin-law is former chief of staff of the Israel Air Force. Project Volunteers Needed R. B. Roberts, III, president of the local Crippled Children's Society, issued a special appeal Wednesday for volunteers to assist in the preparation of the annual mass mailing of Easter Seals, scheduled to go in the mail to Dade countlans Mar. 17. Organized groups, seeking a service project or inter ested in helping with typing, stuffing and sorting the mail, may arrange to work evenings at the SoRehabilitation Center, 1475 NW 14th ave. Miami Springs Villas TU 1-4521 Art Brunt, co-owner STAR Dairy, Ve£ & Fish Restaurant Oldest and best known dairy restaurant serving LUNCH and DINNERS. TRY OUK SPECIAL ROUMANIAN CHttSl BASILS 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 MS CONDlTlOtU 'Al PRLflll HOTft KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DINNM NIGHTLY 5:30 TO S:0 MMtfttl PStCtt WE CATER TO LARGE OR SMALL GROUPS 'Our catering under the expert direction of NORMAN ASOOW will delight you. Taatetul food served n ample porrtons by a capable Matt in an atmosphere uVvgned for your pleature and relaxation. Over' IboVng tbe Ocean. Inquire about rate* -and facltltlea. COllINS AVI. Off LINCOLN M>. • MIAMI *EACM_ toU Jl l-T "In iht Waldman Mannn" Iff our Magnificent Oceanview Dining Roopo. Superb Food Dietary Uw <"^? WALDMAN* For tpN THE OCEAN 20th to 21st STREET] • I • I M I Green Named To Bank Board Mel L. Green, 36 year-old attor nejr and vice president of Mid-West Mortgage Corporation, has been elected to the board of directors of the Metropolitan Bank of Miami, it was announced by G. James Hughes, president of the bank. Green succeeds B. J. Harris. Miami f i n a-n c ler CMltH who recently resigned from the board. A resident of Miami for the past 3 years. Green It a member of the VA-FHA committoo of the National Mortgage Bankers Assn., aMri a member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and of the board of directors of the Jewish Homo for the Aged. He holds a law degree from the University of Miami, and is a member of the Florida Bar Assn. He is a decorated combat infantry veteran of World War II and a member of the Rainbow Division Assn. Green also holds membership in the Mortgage Bankers Assn. of Dade County, Bayshore Exchange Club of Miami Beach, Bayshore Golf and Country Club, and Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. Florida JWY Doubts Red Role in Bigotry Jewish War Veterans, Department of Florida, this week rejected the theory "as conclusive" that the recent anti-Semitic outbursts and resurgence of Nazi organizations "may have been motivated by the Communists for the purpose of throwing a smoke screen over the proposed summit meeting and thereby making possible an East German or Russian intervention in West Germany." Irving Steinberg, department commander, and Percy W. Friedlander. AmeVicanism committee chairman, said that Communist in fluence in the Nazi resurgence was not a conclusive fact, but added that "these anti-Semitic outrages happened simultaneously all over the world" and that "this outburst has been planned." The JWV department conclude'd that "bigetry of this type, whether its name is Nazism or Communism, can not frighten "Us, intimidate us or bewilder us. We have full confidence in law and order, just as we have full confidence that our brothers-inarms, of the other veteran organizations, will play their part in stamping out the evils of Nazi or Communistic bigotry." &f V' Conditiontd fir McsfceJ CEFTirl arsenics HOTFl 9 KOSHER MEALS MCI. day par person, dottble occ. Mar. IS to Apr. 1. Uettgll rooms. Other rotes available I'ndcr Rohhlnlcnl 8 n of th. Rabbi I>r IfHj.II Ever Dietary Laws A Sabbath Ooicrtd. Religious servicea daily on premises. Special salt and diabetic diet. Steaks. Chops A Roasts daily. FREE 21" TV in every rm.—Parking—15 Other Featuree — On the Ocean — Private Beach and Pool. 1741 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH DINNERS from '1.35 Choice of 17 Main Courses Free Wine, Seltzer A Knishes WE RETAIL DELICATESSEN 1141 Washington Ave. Beautifully Catored Affairs Call JE 4 2655 *T TvrGUST BROS R> F ** is rr.. Dt ST' *' %  Men's Club Blood Drive Temple Ner Tamid Men's Club annual blood bank drive will get under way Sunday morning, Feb. 7. OPENING FRIDAY NIGHT MARTY GALE 'THE UNHAPPY COMEDIAN" Star of "Bajjels I Borscht" in his ONt MAN SHOW OF LAFFS AND Y0CKS GA10K See you in my "LIVING ROOM" COMPLETE ENTERTAINMENT & "BIG NOSH" (Followed by Cold Cuts Cake A Coffee) all for only $2.50 ttTBr POINCIANA HOTEL Coll JE 1-0011 ON 7ME OCEAN ml 16th Street MIAMI MACH Show Time 10 P.M.



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Friday, January Pago 8-B 3n tltc IQeatm of Society Gubernick, Golden Exchanqe Vows \. \•:ri V-.' Golden became Mrs Qubernlek ta 1 aft y in rites at the Inuu KU.I < %  katal g •. %  ,-x M ta h bi Bnuu nted • Ml mi Mill.trry I G. 71tV S\v IMk >: Tr-. Barents .v.v Mr and Mrs Guaei rk MM \ I M n I an %  H Barbara kk \ .. pi i Mttn Bobbi Drat nrern '• s >..:.," eft *a\ best man for Ma ( Chuck : • d Herbert Glaaie* cam v • M| 1km i %  %  rannni %  I seed -• S I 1 Ik WVfcv. • MUM vsxlent f V -. ah i Beach be .v. •-• i are n i ... •utvr -%  .. Alexander Kogan, N. Y. Bride-Elect Plan Marriage Md Mrs Gnu ee. M \e York :V (t$|m( ef then* dienftin ChteJ SXMI to Asiraedir Kerne, I isi Vrv Wviie.*y< V.> -_'.-. %  .: i the YaMen School at New Yeth. Md nr ow n U y imnnaan. Teernnm ..*V*e ef Tteapee liiws? T*i v idnnjnii VKeen* ss a t-nnhete ex M: an* anon* Hcc* Sranet He acnrndM One* Sate Ihmtra^ *i snaaaond a S^MK s.w ev -i ir sn a an iu Ma -A* n%j•oa Srheel *f fmwi ud Oaaesne*re a* the l^aroerstc? f rxwj j %  an a "J. aria 1 -i an Sagnea and Seta noenrae? swrarcw*. JudrHi Ross Is Bride-Elect %  %  ta e We ?*.-YO. Mr an* M SNtaaat fete*, ef MB XS M V '• TT-,.V ji --e^w ^ M I < ^TL'i.1.-?-? .' Cu rd w —-i*f a S J MB* Sahaat s, l>iVaa MM. ScflMai m Baa> d m **n Stfdarn e XX. BOM! AM cariMai 'aajewswciHt dt ijif KC at ftvcshaa? Caitwvr a i* yq ** wS>r ^-ti B t > ^ ?* r 3' ^" w ia \ ad Saa, Mr • aa -4? iT.* ary 7 lf\V Summer Rites Being Planned BaraU C Hafctr. -f PalV %  nd MM Kal w. r Island, announce IM meal of t 1 '< r sh:,r to Rarrx Michael KJH,M Mr and Mrs. Frarv Vlea IIIN V TV %  Si M %  %  %  :> He Kay I MlS BOOI and ationdOf Ala' where he was a member of v Alpha Mv. aacial I Rho Tau honor. Phitos. and Ike Ct au r W Tor race :tl ho*o: \ sum aer eM.ns i> plaai VISS SHifON FISHO Holly, Rosen Betrothal Told .V-ON SW S9d pi.. So, Murr %  %  j...•.' •• %  • V',:. K -. • • ^' • v -••. --. K -(•" KT Ihfh aad the I" Honda, ^bere *** u> • Mr K tiaae he i> aaaaaatad rail r : ^Departmen: A \ party aa koaaar f < aiaaaaec. TV weddia^ ii:t has >e* PTA's Planning Founders Day Meatini was held at the home of Mrs John Owen. 5069 N. Bay Ian 7. with all Parent Teacher \..pi and procram chairmaa in the Miami Beach This was a planr..' n for Parent-Teacher Kounder*' Day program which PTA'i m thi> araa arill hold jointly on Feb. 10. Thomas P. Bailey, raperiatend%  | the P< | M Kducanator icb incorpoTU Beach Women's Tea For Welfare Increased giving "to mNt ^'1 | year-round needs of Jt *. he r ( jZ ) overseas" marked the Packet**-. Tea at the home of Mrs MitcVli Wolfson on Tuesday aften^ opening the Combined Jewish A> peal Women "s Division. General chairman Mrs. Ann Brenner Meyers said -he was grat. Hied with the "spirit an! dedit* lion demonstrated by the Pacew. tc-rs' group." Co-chairmen of the %  •uccejshl kick-off were Mrs. Samuel Simon, hoff and Mrs. Inei Krensky ^ sisting with tea pounn wen the Vesdames Carl Wcinkle. Satt Blank and Elsie Shackman. A Pacesetters' committee ot i nearly 100 women communal leaders were on hand to in-ure the sue-1 cess of the CJA function Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. prngr tm l chairman, introduced guest speak. er Zvi Kolitz, noted Israeli autior and movie producer of the pniewinning film, "Hill M Doesn't An-1 swer" and Carol Channinz star of I musical comedy. TV and movies. | New Chopftr fo H—1 Shalom chapter of Hada->ah will hold its second orgamratioul meetinK at tV home of MrInin{| Kaye. 189 Sterling dr Bel Ant, Perrine. on Tuesday evening Tael • a !y formed chapter a Icemen members from Kendall. Perria*,! Cutler Ridge. Whisper in. Pineil tea, Bel-Airc section and] ,f>tead. Sirtlts in JHi Kreisler, Kimmel Vows on Beach Jaa> Kreasatr af k&aau daaafhtr at kan ^Miet Pace aecaate v :-v. ; Vil I ~t : > ---J "-> %  ; ;SM af Mrs. Bee tjuse: si ute • sei a saral acarae* uV Jane Mr Bra kTjananei f Musi Baaal __"_ aiialp*aanBBi a Dade aaMas a Sirner asssscMC seaK* x Thaafar riaaa CL aad %  aa aektaaM >aa* eaanlm Miss Levenfncl, Kamen to Marry %  BI Bi •v T nain -. *s .; ec SO* OH KS la IKTZYU ^naaaaaar wr .x -v*. ~r r^e. K.. Sinai Han %  Son onald Hnaas DM II Da.. rn to Mr and Mrotro Dec Soo born to Mr and Mrs Gerald Osman Dec 15 Son bora to Mr and MrJerome FeWman Dec 15 Daughter born te Mr and Jd^ Marray Pant Dec \\ tihtar born to Mr and Mrs Abraham Oppenheimer Dec 14 Son bora k> Mr. and Mrs David Dee ; D*L. — to Mr and VrLoaas Hyaasoa Dec 13 See bora as Mr mi Mrs Frederick Uppman Dec -'%  r•. Ml HBd N!rGaraM Saagia Dec 9 S anra t Mr and Mrs Gerald Hams Dec & Sea bora to Mr and Mrs Jerome Schahaaa Dee 8 SOB bora to Mr. and Mrs Jerome Mataas Dee C %  *• nan M Mr and Mrs >Jcer Dee s. See acre ; 0 Mr and Mrs. StanIrksn Dec & Dawgkeer bora to Mr and Mrs marten Greeafieid Dec S S" Wra ta Mr and Mr* Allan %  %  : : vH | x,v ^am a il Deech Dec 1 ^*** >u • or to Mr and Mrs %  ^m* Kataea Dec I N-W S ta Mr aad Mrs Sdian%i Son born to Mr. and MrRobert| Lachman Nov. 22. Daughter born te Mr and Mn| Sydney Schlesaer MW. 22 Daughter bora te Mr and Mn.| Irwm Sklar Nov. 22. Son born to Mr. and MrStiunj Cutler Nov. 21. Daugbfr born te Dr. and Mn Israel Taul Now. 24. Son born to Mr. and Mrs Le*-| ard Rubin Nov. 3ft Twin sons born In Mr. nd Mn| Joseph Stuber Nbv. 1ft Daughter born to Mr. and Mrt] Alfred Mitchell Nee. 16 Daughter born te Mr. and Alan Saroet Nov. IS. Son born te Mr. and MrAlbert] Menzell Nov. 12. Son born to Mr. and Mrs Jos Leifer Nov. 10. 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Friday. January M, 1960 Jmlst>nor*09n Pag* 9-A Civil Service Group to Meet Greater Miami chapter of Jewish Civil Service Employees Welfare League will meet Sunday, Jan. 31, 1:30 p.m.. at the home of Robert Kanier, 1540 SW 29th ave. The chapter is one of 20 groups throughout the United States, representing 18.500 members, and its program is designed to: Combat inequities In civil serviOe, maintain the battle for better civil service practices in religious problems, welfare guidance, scholarship benefits for children of | members, death and insurance benefits, and social activitu-v In charge of information locally are Kanzer, Martin Saxon and Irving Goldrnberg. Installation of officers of George Gershwin Lodge 196, Knights of Pythias, was held last week at the Roney Plaza hotel. Shown cue Adolph A. Rachline, grand vice chancellor of Florida; Victor Vickness, district deputy grand chancellor; and Louis Hoberman, newly-elected chancellor commander of George Gershwin Lodge. Keller Named to Staff Producer C.ene Hinson announces the appointment of Bill Keller to his stall as manager-director of the Three Arts Theatre Club. Keii ler is well-known in Miami as s i teacher-director of speech and | drama. He will be in charge of workshop at the Three Arts, as i well as directing the theatre aci livities. Germany's Sick Soul Beginning to Emerge? Continued from Paoa 1-A 18 Arab German societies are acti\p in Germany. "Although these societies have the ostensible aim of developing GermanArab friendship, they are actually •-eniinating anti-Israel material which often becomes undiluted anti-Semitic propaganda." Some Shocking Findings In January 1959. the AJC disclosed that the United Arab Republic was operating a kind of "underground railway" in Germany to "import" fugitive, convicted war criminals and Nazi agitators for high propaganda and military positions in Egypt "and Syria." UAR Foreign agents. working on German soil in close cooperation with German Nazi sympathizers, had engineered the escape 'and transmission of leading Nazi propagandists and criminals—at least nine have already turned up as military and propa ganda officials in the UAR, most of them with assumed Arab names. • In* the last spring and early summer of 1950. The New York Times carried a number of news reports and a magazine article on the responses of German youth to the Hitler period. A television crew had found that "nine out of every ten students. 15 to 17 years old, either knew nothing about Hi'ler or believed that on the whole he had done more good than harm." So shocking were the findings of this survey ot 12 schools in five widely different regions of the country that the Hamburg newspaper, Die Welt, was moved to comment idignantly: "curricula do rot fall from heaven somebody draws them up % there is something rotten in our schools." Dr. Kurt Frey, Secretary of the Federal Conference of Education Ministries, which coordinates the states' education efforts, said: VThis nation is still mentally ill, more than is generally thought." Ht XT WEEK: PreUtmi of tbt Sl (HW at SWIFT LUXURIOUS LIVELY SAILING Frta New Ytrk every third week: S.S. Israel and S.S. Zion, stopping en route at the Azores and Greece Frtn Mediterranean ports weekly: S.S. Theodor Herzl and S.S. Jerusalem (in season) • Stabilizer-equipped for smooth sailing • Tempting, strictly kosher cuisine • Lively Israeli atmosphere Consult your travel agent —he's your bast source of advice Owssfs ItanMatatm: WHICH ISMEU MIITIM CO., IK. • 42 IHT. L T. 4 • II 4-J %  iiiill I Mi AUTHORIUD AGENT fOR ZII LINES and EL AL GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR OOOFR1Y ROAD, MIAMI Bf ACM •IE 1-0-153 WESTOWN 66 SERVICE STATION OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK QUALITY OAS OH LUBRICATION GOOD SANK, ACCESSORIES YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED 6050 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 4-9532 Miami Tops Again In Israel Bond Percentage Rise For the second consecutive year, Miami was singled out as the leading city in the United States in percentage rate of increased Israel Bond sales at the three-day national planning conference for State of Israel Bonds in New York last weekend. Accepting the tribute of Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond organization, on behalf of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee, was Samuel Oritt, general chairman with Jack A. Cantor of the Miami committee. More than 4S0 business and communal leaders attending the conference adopted a goal of $75,873,55* in Israel Bond sales for 1M0 in order to bring te $500,000,000 the total of Israel Bond sales since the drive began in 1951. The State of Israel Bond campaign raised a total of $52,264,000 during 1958 for major enterprises in the development of Israels' economy, it was reported by Dr. Schwartz. The 1959 results, Dr. Schwartz said, represent a 13 percent increase over 1958, when $46,235,300 in Israel Bonds were sold. As of the end of 1959, he added, the total In Israel Bonds sold since the drive began in 1951 reached $424,126,450. Dr. Schwartz reported that increased Israel Bond sales took place throughout the 28 countries where these bonds were offered. In the United States, 1959 sales were $42,647,500 as compared with $37,492,700 in 1958. In Europe, the increase was from $2,413,900 to $2,798,100. In Latin America, Israel Bond sales rose from $2,446,800 to $2,834,250, and In Canada from $3,881,900 to $3,984,150 in 1959. ,-kT .&< %  ToGUST BROS R>: £ fNorton Tire Co. *** OPEN 24 HOURS "iZr 5300 N.W. 27th AVE. "YX'Gbobmcff" TIRE PRICES REDUCED 5 TO 25% LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS 4 4 4 4 4 \ 4 4 4 4 .A I. F. GOODPICH PULL RETREADS 750x14 Latest Tread Designs Looks A Wears Like New. G.oraeteed Like New Premium Grade WHITEWALLS &A 14" TIRES 15" TIRES SIZI Pec TV. SOS Per TVe Mill 7.71V Mail! B.20* *eil4 S.4S* mail •••-• •MH4 B.B5' 711.11 B.70IMil4-eM


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Friday. January 22. 1960 *k*lstnork1tori Page 5-A US 'Lassitude' Toward Nazi Incidents Criticized JTA—By Dir.ct T.l.typ* Wlr. WASHINGTON — Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New York Democrat, Tuesday raised a -question in Con Igress of whether the German peoI pie, "in view of the preaence of [so many former Nazis in their govI eminent, interpret the attitude of I their government to be one of tol[crance of Nazism" despite expressions against anti-Semitism by %  Bonn leaders. Rep. Farbstein, a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee nade know* .that he is examining .he presence of former Nazia in the ionn government hierarchy. In a louse speech. Rep. Farbstein said 'hat although a world war was ought to de-Nazify Germany, "we rtill find former Nazis in high places in the West German government." He said he could not understand he "lassitude" on the part of the United States government to antiemitic developments in West Germany and elsewhere. an Bonn, Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's government made public Monday that it has prepared a special decree to-deal, with state emergencies in West Germany The proposed legislation, which requires an amendment of the constitution, would give the government strong powers to deal with internal threats to the security of the state. These powers include curtailment of free speech, free press, freedom of assembly, and other civil rights.) ackman Hits Goldmann Synagogue Swipe Continued from Page 1-A cratic nation, we thold net allow it to degenerate into another soverign idol usually associated [with pagan nationalism." He also accused Rabbi Maurice Sisendrath, president of the Re; i in Union of American Hebrew Congregations, of making a "major ulunder" in hisrecent denunciation of "Orthodoxy's so-called domination and control of the religious affairs of the State of Israel. In fact, Rabbi Eisendrath should recommend to the government of Israel a long-needed return to and restoration of the funMinister Stresses Need For Co-Existence of Parties Continued from Pag* 1-A the Interior, told the parley that one of the paramount problems" Israel today "is to maintain the i-existence between the religious id non-religious parties." He addthat Israel's Mizrachi parties lave always exerted their maxi JIM efforts to effectuate a modus nendi with the opposition parties Israel." [Mr. Shapiro told the 800 dele lies at the convention here that srael is facing three dilemmas the next decade—economic conlidation, absorption of Immiints from every corner of the ^rld, and security from the depletions, threats and boycotts of Arab neighbors." I To solve these problems, he rfdtd, "it is vitally important hat all ideological and political rouping* in Israel find a common denominator to subordinate lair differences in a |eint platform of unity, cooperation and loyalty for the welfare of the state of Israel." The convention was told that there are now in the United States 260 Jewish day schools on the elementary and college levels, with I in enrollment of 48,000 students and a teaching body of 2.500. The total annual budget of these schools was given aa $35,000,000. A "grave shortage" of Jewish school buildings was reported and the convention was informed that "at the present time, over 15,000 prospective students are being denied an opportunity for Jewish day school Instruction because of insufficient facilities." Rabbi to Address ladies Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will meet Monday evening at the Center, 6500 No. Miami ave. Rabbi j Harry Lawrence will discuss "Her I Children Call Her Blessed." GARY R. GERSON Certified Public Accountant ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICES FOR THE PRACTICE OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTING at 6990 Indian Creek Drive Miami Beach, Florida UN 6-6124 NOW TWO BEST SELLING PAPERBACKS or


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% Friday. January 22, I960 Israel Documentary At Beach Theatre; ORT Slates Opener Unforgettable scenes of both ancient and modem Israel are brought to the Warnerscope and I Technicolor screen in the half-hour documentary, "Israel," which united tn talents of Edward G. Roblinson, who serves as narrator, and [Leon Uris, author of the current I best-seller, %  •Exodus," who wrote the script and served as producer. Filmed entirely in Israel, the Ipicture portrays the wonders of %  the new-old country and the scope of its achievements. The heroic spirit of the nation is reflected in Ihe stirring musical score arranged and conducted by Elmer Bernstein, one of Hollywood's foremost composers. Picturesque sites of Biblical imes, as well as significant points if interest of modern Israel, are lepicted in the documentary which lumbers among its highlights Inking shots of Prime Minister frn Gurion at his home in a piorer settlement in the Negev dest, new social and economic pro cts serving as models for the de1 1 o p m e n t of underdeveloped kuntries in Asia and Africa, and |look at the new ultra-modern Heew University catering to stunts from all over the world. Jhe Southern benefit premiere II be sponsored by the South bnda region of Organization for bhabilitation Through Training at Beach Theatre on Wednesday, *. 3. Feature attraction for the rning's performance, which will rt at 8:45. is "Cash McCaU," rring James Garner, Natalie od, Nina Foch, and Dean Jag• Jewish fhrkMan Page 5-B charge of arrangements for members are Greater Miami kpter, Mrs. Edward Reichner; il Beach chapter, Mrs. BerHoffenberg; Coral Gables |pter. Mrs. Leonard Enkcr; th Miami chapter, Mrs. Irving kson; North Dade chapter, Mrs. rray Platt; Northwest chapter, Leonard Rose. Premiere rman is Mrs. Harry L. Davis. Far benefit premiere of "Israel." Harry Margolesky. manager of the Beach Theatre, is shown presenting tickets to Mrs. Estelle Tischler, regional president, Mrs. Irving Sussman, honorary regional president, and Mrs. Harry L. Davis, regional chairman of the Southeastern region. Women's American ORT. who will sponsor the featurette at the Beach Theatre, Wednesday, r 6D. o. L/XM t^ociatite Continued from Pag* IB Frances Miller, Mrs. Mabel Baron, Mrs. Lenore King, Mrs. Delia Weisberger Unger. •* ** •* • Vacationers at the Lucerne: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feit, of Gotham Town—he's American representative of Lloyd's of London They're being entertained by the Bing Kossoffs, 4444 N. Meridian ave. Bing and Mrs. F. are brother and sister Irving Schatzman, president of Miami Beach Apt. Assn., thanking friends for their kind words during his illness at Mt. Sinai Karole Karlin, art major at the U. of Miami, liked the climate so much that she brought young sister Sandy back from her holiday vacation in New York Sandy is staying with her aunt, Mrs. Howard Grove, on N. Bay rd., and attends North Beach Elementary. In honor of the 75th birthday of her mother, Mrs. Sadie Heifetz, Mrs. Charles (Ruth) Jacobson had some of Sadie's friends in for brunch The birthday gal made the blintzes herself Guests at the Jacob son's Garlenda home in Coral Gables visiting here from Chicago, included Mrs. Betty Hurwitz and Mrs. Hattie Gault They and Sadie are known as "The Three Musketeers" in the Windy City. Hebrew Univ. Elects Officers __ Herbert S. Shapiro has been "elected president of the Greater Miami chapter, American Friends of the Hebrew University. Samuel T. Sapiro is chairman of the board, and Mrs. Oida Rubin is honorary president. Other officers presented by the nominating committee include Dr. Philip Gotlieb, Simon Fisher, Harold Thurman and Dr. Joseph Weidberg, vice presidents; Charles Charcowsky, honorary vice president; Jack Gordon, secretary; Leo Robinson, treasurer; and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, assistant treasurer. Board of directors include R. W. Apte, Meyer Baskin, Judge Irving Cypen, Prof. Berthold C. Friedl, Emil Friedlandcr, Mrs. Rhea Gladwin, Ben Giller, Dr. Morris Goodman, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Mrs. S. Spector Greenberg, Dr. Daniel Hammond, Prof. Joseph Hurwitz, Harold Jaffer, Dr. David J. Kaliski. Dr. Robert Litowitz, Samuel Lachman. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Leo Mindlin, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Nathan Manilow, Kenneth Oka, David Provus, Mrs. Eve Schacht, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Harold B. Spaet, Joseph Weintraub, and Mrs. Max Weitz. Herbert S. Shapiro was secretary of the nominating committee. EmU Friedlander was committee chairman. Music Class Wednesday Mme. Hilda Steuerman, Viennese concert pianist, will discuss opera and oratorio forms at the 7,30 p.m. Musjc Workshuydgss in. the auditorium of the Miami Publibrary Library on Wednesday. <&ocia/ 'C with a Flair.., THt EEEAUVILLE Complete Catering Facilities for that Special Parly served in an elegant fa-hion within a luxurious selling that will reflect your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration L with 3,500j guests. Miami Leaders Named Four Miami leaders have been: named to major committees plan-1 ning the 1960 national biennial { convention of the National Jewish. Welfare Board (JWB). The con-1 vention will be held Mar. 30 to Apr. 3 at the Chase hotel, St. Louis, Mo. Named to the national convention committee are Klraim H. | Gale, executive director, Greater! Miami Jewish Community Center, Leon Kaplan, and Isidore B. Sim ; kowitz, GMJCC president. Named to the program committee is Mrs. Milton Sirkin. 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?age 6-B •r Friday. January 22, l^SQ I Elbow-Room for Mt Sinai Pharmacy] At Westview Country Club's formal dinner dance and fashion show Saturday are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Denis Quitner and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Silvers. (See "Charmingly Yours," Page 9-B). There was never a dM that M,,rv Wernersbadi wanted tow anything bul I pharmacist lojay, she beads the department as chief pharmacist of Mt. KM! Hospital. ... Born in Akron. 0., %  nersbach was awarded her In.(.. at Ohio State University. Shorn;. after her move to Miami, she joined the staff of Jackson Memorial, and three years later, was named to her post at Mt Sinai. Four full time employees work eight-hour shifts that begin at 8:30, 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. All are under the direction of Miss Wer nersbach. and it is doubtful that a prescription goes out the pharmacy's doors without her full knowledge and approval. Tracing the enormous growth of her department is a graphic illustration of the growth of Mt. Sinai. In 1950. prescription requisitions filled for patients within the hospital numbered 35.000. In 1955. the number leaped to 71.000. and in October, 1939. the count had grown to 87.000. For the fast growing Out-Patient Clinic. 1931 found 5.000 req| uisitions filled as opposed to 10,j 500 in 1955 and 13.600 in October. 1959. Each requisition may total as many as three or four pre%  scriptions. An average pharmacy fills 100 prescriptions a day—Mt. Sinai. 7.000 to 8.000 a month. The responsibility of a chief pharmacist such as Miss War* nersbach is a vast one. There is absolutely no margin for error. With the pharmacy's execution of a prescription, the doctor is no longer liable for either its ; components or dosage. A doctor's legendary scrawl is no excuse. If there is the slightest chance of misunderstanding, a double MAir WtKNltSUACH earl of prajre SJ check with the doctor is immediately Instituted. Running a hospital pharmacyis more than simply administer tag orders or the mixing of drugs. i Fur Miss Wernersbaeh, it meaai purchasing all drugs; working i with nursing personnel, interns,, and resident! In setting up procedures: maintenance of a com-, piete file of literature on all drugs; the distribution of month ; Ij reports. ] Drugs must be on hand when they sre needed. This is a situa-1 tion which sometimes creates 1 surprising problems. As in clothes and cars, there are fads in drugs. What may be popular and in tremendous demand one month, may be forgotten the next. When asked which drugs j created the greatest stir during the past few years. MU, w ^ i nensbach namad tiw Orinase—used in i stead of Insulin—and ti,. § lU J polio vaccine. An attractive, mild-mannerefl young lady, Hiss Wern r^acsj nevertheless, does not suppress! her obvious pleasure w h n ^ speaks of the new Mt Sinai, in itially, she is delighted rta th new tube system which nil] re J place the use of messengers. 1]| emergencies, the tube will car drug orders directly to the ph_. macy with the result thai lervjjj will be facilitated and precio minutes saved. And then there is the "s*L pharmacy. Heretofore cramp-si— in trie small quarters of one n sectioned only by shelves. tivBar: new hospital will offer thru working areas. There will more room for equipment more space for medication An for Chief Pharmacist Mary We, nersbach, there will he an offi all her own FAMOUS CANTOR JUDA GEIER (Berlin-Newark & New York)! Just arrivnd in Miami Beth| Available for Guest Engagements with Orthodox Congregation or Hotel | INQUIRIES INVITED CA 1-00*5 or FR 4-3221 Mrs. Lester Russin (left) takes time out from fashion viewing at Saturday's dinner dance in Westview Country Club to chat with Westview staffer Mrs. Adele Martin. Beach Heart Forum Monday Second annual free public Heart Forum on Miami Beach was held Monday, 8 p.m., in the Beach Auditorium. The forum was again presented by the Heart Assn. of Greater Miami, and sponsored by the Miami Beach Federal Savings ana Loan Assn. and the Miami Beach Sun. Dr. Paul Unger moderated a panel of prominent cardiologists and internists in a program divided into three half-hour parts. The first segment was a question-and answer session in which the pane). Drs. Francis Cook, Milton Lesser, David Nathan. E. Sterling Nichol and Francis Reed, answered questions received ahead of time. The second part was a halfhour film, "The Second Chance." The panel devoted the concluding portion of the program to audience inquiries. Purim Festival Planned Miami Beach Community Singers announces its Purim Festival musical evening will be held in conjunction with Jewish Music Month, on Mar. 13 at Miami Beach Auditorium. Produced and conducted by Ben Yomen, the program will feature the full-scale presentation of 'Queen Esther," end will also mark the debut of new works by Yomen. Noted Rabbis at Waldman's Friday night and Saturday services at Waldman's Crown hotel frequently feature reputed rabbis as speakers and cantors with nationwide fame. This is in addition to the entertainment of distinction Waldman's Crown hotel offers. The W'a.dman family is noted for hotel management, and the hotel's kosher kitchen is also highly regarded. Debutante Ball Scheduled Here Dade Heights Jewish Congregation will present its second annual debutante Cotillion Ball at the Deauville hotel Feb. G. Debs to be presented will represent temples and congregations in the Greater Miami area. The grand march will begin at 10 p.m.. and debutantes will be escorted by their fathers and escorts. Cantor Emanuel Mandelwill announce each debutante. Entertainers who will appear at the ball include Larry K. Nixon, Holly Warren, and the Vincents] internationally famed dance team. In charge of reservations sre Mrs. Edward A. Samuel and Mrs Lee Kahn. Sevifzky Accepts Contract Fabien Sevitzky has been appointed permanent music director and conductor of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, according to Dr. Jay F. w. Paarson, university president, who announced Jan. 7 that Scvitzky has signed a three-year contract through the 190263 season. PRACTICAL NURSE INFANTS, CHILDREN, ADUITS BABY SITTINe UHMHUl HI 6-6227 Social Afternoon Scheduled Kneseth Israel Sisterhood will hold a social afternoon Wednesday beginning at 1 p.m.. according to Mrs. I. B. Weinstein, president. Mrs. I. Ruppert is chairman of the affair. Members of the commltsee include Mesdamcs Lena Popkin. Regina Basel, Helen Hornstein, Fanny Sirot, Mary Posncr, Mary Silver and A. Shatz. PRIVATE ROOM Beautifully Furnished witMe Privileges Single r Double Reaa ably Priced. Kosher Meals ire I tional Convenient Location MS. Me to appreciate. O HI 8-0850 ELDERLY LADY WOULD IN to share her krf r—m ia • %  *•] Caral Gpfctet BMSW with wai Kitchen privirtfo. Call HI 8-5068 Bopottei FOR /rs mm Tkyt Smss FLAVOR! ft takes Alpine pastures and Swiss cneese-makinj skin to produce tfas nut-sweet, distinctive flavor of Swiss Knight process Grgyere Cheese. Delicious with crackers and fruit Costs slightly more than domestic cheeae-and you taste the diflerencel Swiss KNIGHT T/it Original PROCESS GRUYIRI CHIISI Florida Republican Appreciation Dinner WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27 FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL MIAMI BEACH YOU Are Invited to Support and Attend This Important Fund Raising Event RECEPTION -7PM M DINNER • P.M. 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Friday, January 22, 1960 Services This Weekend -JmlsMorkMair) Page 13-A AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7101 Cirlyl. .v. Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever. I P > ANSHE EME8. <5J3 SW 19th ava. Conservative. Maawtll Sllberman, president. |BETH DAVID. 1435 8W 3rd ava. Cam. aervative. Rabbi Yaakov Roaanbarig. Cantor William W Llpson Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Prophet* 8'rrau* Profit*.*" Saturday 9 a.m. Baa MiiavaJi: Barbara, daughter of Mrs. May Voael. Miami, and Mr. Irving J. p'oitel, Chicago.%  JETN EL. 600~iw ITttTave. Orthodox Rabbi Solome-hff. i!a> 5:80 and SJO p.m. Kermon: ll 'i< Individual Versus the CommunHaturday 1:30 a.m. lETH EMETH. 122*0 NW 2nd ava. 1 Conservative. Rabbi Oavid W. Her|aon. Cantor Hyman Fain. i I., p in Sermon: "nii.otii.Mnn Thla IM My <;..,i. by Herman ik." Satnrdav :< a.m. Sermon: \\ hat s In a Name*" %  TH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox Rabbi H. Louia Rottman. • —— ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington iv. Orthodox. Rabbi Tloor Stern. ,"intor Maurice Man-tehee. li> p.m. Sacrdnv 8:30 am I'liion: "The New BaodjUa." tTH RAPHAEL. >thodea\ 139 NW 3rd ava. ITH TFILXH. 933 Euclid ava. Or. nodox. Rabbi Joaaph E Rackovaky. I s.if.irrtay 8:30 a.m m<.n: "Ifumaatf. Will !• Wh..t Make It." Sermon at 4:30 p.m.: \. • Pharaoh." •— JGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 40S Ith st. Orthodox. Rabbi Chaim \n liniky. iy "...M p.m Saturday 8:30 am on: The Trlve Tribe* — One n Sermon at t:t p.m.: "The In Egypt AL WAY JEWISH CENTER. CAMDULIGHJING TIME 22 TajYRth — 5:38 pjn. Friday 8.30 „ m ,1 80 8\V lth at Ir T.V?„ '"•' %  fdlhlllty of Trull, ( redlhlllty ,.f Rumor/' Saturday 810 a m. Marmoa: w.afc, y PmSS* M a Sn D d E .v H E r HT8 CENTER. .8160 NW Mluvah Jack, aon of Mr. ami Hn M*i.,,ky, who wtl h", t wS£ 'lay evening On.-g Shabbat. AOL r ER -0ANADA. M NW Sis' Sh n .-^ 0n, r.* rV J tiv *Rabbl Barnaro Shotar Cantor Frad Bernstein. SSSf y i.: l ", ml ,:1S '"" Bermott: itlori ..f Namaa." Onea M. and M H. William l-evlne. i n honor of the Bar Mluvah Renowned Scholar in Miami to Seek Sponsors of Torah Encyclopedia Project Renowned scholar and author of versions of 'Torah Shlamo" are "Torah Shlamo," in Eajjjjsh known available from the American Bib" M^' Tn^'rilMii l Jtt^ V cal inIje.l Encyclopedia Society of i terpretation.*is in Miami this Now York City, week to seek support of his ongoing exegesis of the Five Books of Moses. Rabbi Menachem M. Kasher ar Dr. Kasher is also author of "Haggadah Shlamo" in Hebrew, "'srael Passover Haggadah in rived here and is staying at the Hebrew and Engl, h ^am. a home of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. £orum £r clarification of content. Morns Bienenfeld, of 3156 Royal porary Hal chlc problems, and nu%  Mill MfNACHf M KASHl* Palm ave. Wham complete, tho "Torah Shlamo" project will encompass 35 volumes. Already available in Hebrew ar* 19 volumes, of which tho first eight were published in Israel. Plaque to Honor Buildinq Donors Drati, in bonor'Tof tto*Vir*£y L oi Congregation Monticello Park their m.n Many, and the 50th we.iannounced Wednesday that mem%  Una; annlvers ii v of theli uatenti Mr K. • • .. .' mem .nd Mrs Matthew cohen Tnh./n.'r bers Participating in the present .f tii. aniiiM-raai-i.,,f ti,.it ,,.,,. „:,. cash campaign to raise $100,000 by tWA'WTifea 1 of Januar ^ *> be E liar .Mluvah Cary Levlne. scribed on a special plaque to be FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Marlus Ranson. Cantor Sherwin Levlne. HEBREW ACADEMY. SIS 6th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. u ron\ ertation > 1 ; y ? n ; e a placed in the vestibule of the new sanctuary. Plans are now being formulated so that construction can begin within 30 to 60 man, Sam Dorfman and I M o\"o\ M T,SNr?w W^'IITH 'HI". man have been aPPointed as co' lean. Rabbi Nathan zwitman! chairmen of the building commit Friday 8:So p.m. Derinpn: "The atoaea tee. %  i Preud .ml the Moaea ..f Hlnal." I — =•-•—r Cost will not exceed $325,000 and %  WS^nUWCtf R 8 b N b; b. a v?2 S taetad. two separate buildings. Rabbi Lehrman Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun One Will house the sanctuary, with ISRAELITE CMnfRTaiTSSWMh \ •". Pcity Of 1.400. kit JO DC SpCCKer tar. Conservative. Rabbi MO. ton cncn. administrative offices, stage,' merous commentaries. Dr. Kasher heads up the Torah Shlamo Institute in New York and Israel. Born in 1895 in Warsaw, he came to the United States 25 years ago, and spends most of his time in the great libraries of Europe: London, Paris, Vatican, Vienna. Dr. Kasher's wife, Dvorah, and A gentle-faced soul with gentler children are in Israel. Two other nature. Dr. Kasher wears a ma children live in the United States. iestic white beard nnd confesses r that the encyclopedia thus far has £ • m a taken him to the end of Exodus. >GrV!CGS TO rGTG In late 1952 and early 1953. the aj # _x_ |_ J % %  • J first volume of a projected English OlSTGmOOO. rT\C&Q}f translation of the encyclopedia apMrs. Henry Gilbert, program peared dedicated to former Presichairman, has announced that Frident Harry Truman. Five English day evenings services of North volumes have since been publish Dade Jewish Center will be "dedied: the second dedicated to Presi C atcd to Sisterhood, dent Eisenhower, the third to for-1 Mrs. Jack Israel is well known mer Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, the ia Temple work, having served as fourth to Connecticut Gov. Abrapresident of her Temple in Cedardays George Katzham R,blC0 "and ,h e ''**> to Chief hurst, L. I., for a number of years, nan and Ray Book J usllce of ,he Supreme Court Earl SBe j s active on a national level I with the National Conservative Synagogues of America. Mrs. Fred Blank, president. h?s j invited the officers and members of neighboring Sisterhood auxiliaries to be guests. Both the English and Hebrew Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen. and a chapel. The other will con1 Israel Histadrut committee of F ^^u^^ f :^^Z^ lain ^'^^1 buildmg, ,6 cla. Greater Miami wm meet Monday Mr .n.i Mm i at, r J".t,ennUhwr. in %  rooms, a Youth Room and library. noon at ,ne R,,z Pla hoteL aimiveraary. I O„KU; i...;-.. t „v,. !" ,, c.,;,;.,.-! h~iyn*7 ro^ 'nacTi K*?^ • T I T -: q^ • —. T ; • • T • T .rrsnyria DFIK -nii?ai '3 !ipii ftjKn D-iejpn iDi-iuna an nv vxso |r -: • It: T T .n^rn nran •? nn-m t I T T1 T T I T | HJB> .nnn^ria fi m )2 "IVT I •n ahtf na rsi TX wnti %  V I T V jnn? #aa ^inn'? nftir* T "• • I • 1 'IT fK-iirs -wjf s n'jnan TVT\ "tij i T I'T UNSLATIONKNESETM ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfiehl Cantor Abraham Self. Friday V.io ami 1:30 pm Bbrmon: 1 ".leulsh r lr>:-> In ,\ Hiatdrj Saturday H:?,U a.m. Benn..n: "Mstfnnlna ..f the StHsmd J!uk of OUT lllble." Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, will be guest speaker. Rabbi Lehrman will discuss "Immi;rant Integration Problem." Sabbath eve services from TernThe Temple Emanu-El spiritual pie Israel of Greater Miami will leader has made numerous visits Temple Israel's Service on Air M tf2?'.S K !yL ew CONGREGATION. be broadcast over Radio Station to Israel. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi vru-PR r\f ,.,.-,. tvj„, ;•,. •• cantor Joseph WWPB-FM every Knday night at Herachell Seville. Sahtman. rritey t:lt and 11:30 speaker: Ahe Arnnovltc. p.m. Gue.t Oneff Shah18:15, beginning Friday evening. Dr. David Will A 45-minute portion of the regu LW^s^r*t M TL^fSsss; g 0 "^ p r vi ,f w ; b e rr if t d Introduce Course by WWPB directly from Temple. ,. .. Israel's sanctuary as a public ser-i I*M „ ma Williams David, super] vice aimed at bringing the Sabvisor s,u d f. nt teaching at the, bath worship to shut-ins. particuUniversity of Miami, will introduce larly in hospitals, the sick at home the course in 'Reading Readiness Ud the aged who are unable to 'r Jewish pre school teachers at, attend | the College of Jewish Studies of Dr. Joseph R. Narot will conthe Bureau of Jewlah Ed u ,ion duct the service, assisted by Can tor Jacob G. Bornstein and the Temple Israel choir. Fifty Years of TG| Aviv tJ Tenth Anniversary Year Jmany exhibitions were held in •CiiunllnK Our N'amea.' Bar Mluvah K.luard, aon ol Mr. and Mra. Max l'ulver. MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max LipahiU. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday ItM and |:l| p.m. Sermon: "The Hlaleah of Llfea 'irenter Valuer Saturday 8:4i a.m. Bar Mluvah: 8luart. aon of Mr. and Mra. Cliff Ban dar. NORTH DAOE CENTER. 13SS0 W Dixie hwy. Coneervative. Rabbi Henry Okollca. Friday $• 1." p.ni. Sermon: "Who la a Jew?" & .Heated to Slaterhood. Sueat: Mrs. J.n k Israel KUbJet-t: "What Kisterhood Means to Me." NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 78th at Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cntor Edward Klein' Friday l:lfi p.m Bermeai: "in the Miami, will be guest speaker at, \ ui >• of Heaven." Saturday s a.m. I'.ir Mluvah: Martin, sun Of Mr and Mra. Irving* OoM N .rmun, .>n <.f Mr ami Mra. Henry Stiver. B. "Weakly Portion." SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday S:30 p.m. Bas Mltsvah: Eyl.ma. daughter of Mr. .and Mra. Jerome Baidln-for. 135 NW 3rd ave. Pre-school teachers of 12 Jewish congregations are attending the course to apply progressive techniques of teaching to the Jewish nursery and kindergarten. The workshop consists of five sessions held on Wednesdays from TEMPLE AOATH VESHURUN. 1 Collins Ave. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Friday :S0 |i.m. at I'nlfleil bids.. 171 NF. I3rd ave No Miami Beach. Sermon: "Woman'!. Place In Jewish History." Open forum follows. Mra. Frieda Sandell. nreaident of Haterhood, to act aa hoateaa with members of the organisation. Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE feETH AM. 5860 N. Kendall dr., S. Miami. Rererm ftaobl Herocrt Baumoard. Cantnr Charlea Kodner i, tnat I did not intend (think) i Fridav l-ii p.m Film to be sin.wn of lilahlights of recent I'nlon of Amer.* rongregatlonn i">th aasemlily Participants to report Ri*• %  rt N.mnian. president. P:ivld Light, chairman of the board: Mra. Maurice Stelnlieig.-r. Rlaterhod I"' Mra. A. B Wiener, paat preald.-nt ol Sisterhood. Igo to the Tel-Aviv Exhibition.! J;.^ 1 '?,';.',;,. |ch was held ia the last (few) Bths. But my children are al[s ready to see something new. frefore listened to them (their ') and together with them a visit to the exhibition. k little ones were right! We found the exhibition very interlR. and .it was a great pleasure ps) I recalled the exhibition, d the Levant Fair, held in Tel Aronovitz Will Speck Friday Abe Aronovitz former mayor of 8 to 10 p.m., at the Bureau. Dr. David received her PhD delate Friday night services of the at Teachers College. Colum Miami Hebrew Congregation. bia Univci : sitv> and is a recognized Rabbi Herschell Saville will ofauthority in early childhood and ficiate. with Cantor Joseph Salzteacher education. She has taught man chanting the liturgy. j n nurseries and kindergartens in An Oneg Shabbot will follow in New York and Tennessee, and is the social hall with Mr. and Mrs. at present president of the Florida Fred Rosenzweig as hosts. Assn. of Children Under Six. Li IVrtralt of Moeea." Saturday 8:43 a.m. a TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 121C NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Sonn M. Wallach. mon: '-Swastika— Croea—Star f David Jeffrey, aon of Mr. and Mra. William Cohen: Stuart, aon of Mr. and Mra. Morris Qroaaanan. TEMPLE tVNAI SHOLOM. 1*600 NW 22nd ave. Coneervative. Rabtv Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ban Gross tors Fridav 8:13 p.m Sermon "The PolltTEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 69 leal Year* Oag Shabbat follows. P lammae Way. Coneervative. Rab* e Leo Heim. TPMFLE FMANU-EL. 1701 Washing F.I, I.Ill p.m Sermon: "Lets Walk Ian ave. Coneervative. Rabbi lrvin Humblj with Ood.' Ones Shabbat Lenrman. Cantor laraal Reirh Mi ami Mrs. Loula .•Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: 'Why !>.. r-'aturilav 9 a.m. TEMPLE BETH EL. Hollywood. Reform Jaffa. Fridav IS p.m. Sermon: Second Book of Moaea." 1646 Polk at. Rabbi Samuel 'Exodus— TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1726 Monroe at Coneervative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest in 1935. Of course the differ-! Sehreiber. between what -h.— ...... K- I''"'" %  d "> "m ,sv *-*lbath. Saturiwcen unat there was then nay a m Ha r Mluvah; Jea.. eon of ""hat there is today is VerylO"*. and Mrs. Murray Diner. !s m^rK^f 1 I 116 V?? MPL BETH"SH0T0M. 4144 Ch... ss made by Tel AVIV, the, ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronisb Cantor Oavla Convleer. Friday s 15 p m "Latrachlns .i y Year tiaturda> 16:41 a.m. Bar Mluvah: ft city in Israel. Wished by Brit Ivrit Olamit) the) HVathenK Rase?" Saturday > a.m. Sermon: "W rtlon." Bar Mlta\^h Krlc. aon of Mr. tn-l Mra, SI Inev Macklln: Robert, eon of Mia Bolma Yaliliiti TEMPLE ISRAEL. 1S7 NE Itth el Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstein Fltday 8:15 p.m. Service to be broadcast over radio elation WWI'll. Sermon: "la Man'a Moral Nature Ceitlns Worse or lletterr" TEMPLE JUDEA. 390 Palermo ave Liberal. Rjbbi Morris Skop. CantoHerman QDttli'b. Friday :I5 p.m. Sermon "T^n klaatl ir Ji-Miah I Ibrary." Sal a m aervlce for Mlnymalrcs pie aervlce lors*} a m. TEMPLE NER TAMTO. 60th st. am Tatum Waterway. Modern Tredi tlonal. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can tor Samuel Qomberg. Friday %  .:!". and S:li p.m. Sermon: "A TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th et Coneervative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Oeld*rb Fridav 8:Jo p i Barmoi 'Theae are the Name* of the Children Of Israel i in. u Shabbat to be anonaored bv 1ST i m. Bar Ml-zvali* Martin. Baa of Mr. and Mra. Frank Weinbei ser. M. ISAAC UNTftMAN Dr. Unterman At Yivo Forum "Medieval "Jewish Philosophy" will be the topic of a lecture by Dr. Isaac'Unterman at the Yivo Yiddish Forum on Saturday evening in Miami Beach Public School. 1420 Washington ave. Dr. Unterman, a local resident, has written many works in English, Hebrew and Yiddish on religious, moral and ethical subjects he has taken over from the great masters in the most famous European YeLhivos. In his lecture Saturday evening. Dr. Unterman will discuss "Synthesis of Religion and Philosophy," with emphasis on medieval Jewish scholars. Prof. Wcxman To Speak Here Prof. Meyer Waxman will address members of Histadrut Ivrit Tuesday evening at the Crown hotel. The meeting is being held in cooperation with the Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Greater Miami. A renowned scholar, author and lecturer, Prof. Waxman will discuss "Rashi the Commentator." Prof. Waxman is the author of "A TIPERETH ISRAEL. 6N N Miam History of Jewish Literature" and other works in Hebrew and English. In charge of arrangements for the meeting, which is open to the public, are William Agranove, Louis Gadon, Shlomo Garchekoff, Dr. Joseph Hurwitz, Benjamin Kamenetzky. Mrs. B. Kaplan. Mrs. Zvi Feinstein. Zvi Roscnkranz, and Mrs. Joshua Stadlan. ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L Lawrence Canto 1 Albert Qiantz Fil.lav 1:86 p.M Sermon: "Book of Exodus" Saturday 9 a.m. —— • — TORAH TIMPLH. 1254 West ave Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaae' a — VOUNO ISRAEL. 660 NE 171 at at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. a — 7AMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Ze more ave. 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"•Jewish Floridian Volume 34 —Number 4 Combining THE JEWISH UW/Tr and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday. January 22, 1960 Two Sections — Price 20* Does Germany's Fabulous Physical Revival Hide a Sick Soul? In recent years the world has witnessed with proper awe and amazement the phoenix-like revival of Western Germany and its people. If a graph were to be plotted of Germany's course since World War II, it would show a bold, upward thrust reaching out of the depths of defeat and despair to remarkable heights in industry, exports, consumer goods, standard of living. Yet behind this flight into healthy growth there have been a number of disquieting developments which appear to fall into The Nazi resurgence in Germany last week prompted the United Nations to give top priority to discussion of the world-wide anti-Semitic manifestations it is presently producing. The Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, a unit of the UN Commission on Human Rights, took the action in an effort to uncover the renewed source of hatred that plummeted the world into war two decades ago. Is Germany's past forgotten? This is the subject of an American Jewish Committee study published last summer in the "Committee Reporter." The Jewish Floridian, in a new series beginning today, highlights the study as a means of getting to the root of the question. Rabbi Rackman Flays Goldmann s Broadside At Synagogue Center ATLANTIC CITY—(JTA>— Rabbi Emanuel Rackman, president of }he Rabbinical Council of America, asserted this week Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, had made "an egre" in warning against the growing role of the synagogue in two categories: the first group bears dim but definite reverberations of the past in the form of sporadic neo-Nazi outbursts and anti-Semitic incidents; the second group, ironically, seems to shut out the recent past almost completely, almost as if the Hitler period had never happened. These are some of the ominous signs: In April 1951, the Committee disclosed the results of som* polls and surveys of German public opinion. Of the Germans questioned, about 39 percent "were definitely anti-Semitic" with most of those falling into the post-35 and post-50 ape groups. The highest percentage of anti-Semitism was found in rural areas. On the basis of the P'I, it was concluded that a significant proportion of the German Imputation is "still harboring deep prejudice and animosities • gainst Jews." Last year, the Committee's Eun ;),•;)!! olfice reported that about Continued on Page 9 A liious error Lmerican Jewish life. The Orthodox rabbinical leader, kpeaking at the 50th jubilee conrent ion of the Religious Zionist of America, Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizachi. said that "by becoming lore synagogue-minded Jews are re giving e i p re si i oa to those preppts which constitute the very estnce of Israel's reason for existnce. "Dr. Goldmann seems to lake an egregious error when fails to evaluate the historic e which the synagogue in the Jnited States is playing in proriding the overall guidance and kuport for the sustaining of the riability of the State of Israel," iabbi Rackman told the MM delegates. He said that while it was the duty of Jews everywhere to uphold "the tremendous importance of Israel as a demo Continued on Pago 5-A KABBI tm/mun RACKMAN "egregiew error" Goldmann, Adenauer Meet For Closed Talk in Bonn BONN—(JTA)—Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress and of the World Zionist Organization, had a one-hour meeting with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer Monday during which the recent outbreak of anti-Jewish excesses was discussed. Dr. Goldmann declined to make-any statement after the meeting. + Members of the Social DemoAT mzmm CONVENTION Minister Stresses Need For Co-Existence of Parties |ATLANTIC CITY-(JTA)-A res I Ution calling on the United States; Dvernment to seek cancellation a World Bank loan to the United rab Republic for improvement of Suez Canal was adopted here the closing session'of the 50th 1 ^ M %  L ^B fl | %  £" 4£1 n^kW, ^ofl F "^ %  i'ak JSSt Hfaa#al :"%  1 .. ^B moSHi SHAHKO • three diltmmai jubilee convention of the Religious Zionists of America, MizrachiHapoel Hamizrachi. The resolution warned that continuation of Egyptian "piracy" j against Israeli shipping constituted 1 danger to peace in the Middle East and it demanded "drastic action'' by the United Nations to "terminate these illegal seizures and searches." Other resolutions adopted by the convention appealed to the VTest German Government for severe measures to stamp out all traces of Nazism and deplored injection of any religious considerations into the 1960 presidential campaign here. Rabbi Bernard Bergman, of New York, was elected president of the organization; Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, of Boston, honorary president; and Dr. Samuel Sar, of Mow York, chairman of the board. Moshe Shapiro, Israel Minister Continued on Pago 5-A cratic Party sharply attacked Chancellor Adenauer for the weekend speech in which he advised Germans to give a thrashing to hoodlums caught in anti-Jewish activities. Party spokesmen said they were "surprised and concerned" over this advice and would always oppose "lynch law." When Minister of the Interior Gerhard Schroeder was asked about the Adenauer advice at his press conference, he replied that ho hoped it would "bo interpreted in a healthy manner by oil our people who have a healthy respect for the legal processes." Foreign Office officials explained to foreign newsmen that the Continued on Pago 16 A Ike Says Nation Must Shun Virus Of Rising Hatred NEW YORK—(JTA>—President Eisnhower, in a forthright condemnation of the anti-Semitic swastika-smearing epidemic, warned this week that the "virus of bigotry" cannot be ignored, "nor can we allow it to spread one inch." The President's message was* %  sent to the National Conference of 'cardinal Cushing, of Boston: the Christians and Jews and to an Rt Rev j ames A Pike .Episcopal emergency meeting sponsored by Bishop of California: the Most Rev. the American Jewish Congress. p h j| ip j Furlong. Auxiliary CathoGov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, of New ]ic Bishop of New York; and the York, and Catholic and Protestant R( Rev y/ B. Donegan, Protesleaders were among those who joined personally or by message in condemning the upsurge of bigotry. Some 500 leaders of the American Jewish Congress heard denunciations of the incidents from Richard tant Episcopal York. Bishop of New "We deeply regret that the Continued on Pago 11-A President Supports Our Ban On Nazi Information in Berlin WASHINGTON—(JTA)—The State Department declared this week that the U.S. Document Center in Berlin had not imposed a total ban on giving information about former Nazis listed at the center but rather was handling requests on a case by case basis. State Department spokesman* Lincoln White said the Center's contains the "Nazi Party's confiles of Nazi party records was "incomplete," and contained "un' %  evaluated" information. "Uncon: trolled use of such documents, therefore, in many cases may re^ suit in doing an injustice to persons now living," said White. The Berlin Document Center tral membership file, a complete card index captured in Munich in 1M5, Nazi correspondence, personnel files of the SS Elite Guard and records of the Nazi "peoples' courts." President Eisenhower said at Continued on Pago 11-A Legislator Rejects Red Plot Theory WASHINGTON-(JTA)—Rep. Edward A. Garmatz, of Maryland, told the House Tuesday there was "no real evidence of a Communist plot" behind recent anti-Semitic vandalism in West Germany and that the Bonn government was obligated to confront the issue directly instead of discounting R as a "Communist plot." Rep. Garmatz told the House* there were indications that West I llcttion ,i policies „ wc s |ej German youth has not been taught IaWi in order 0 extirpate the Nazi in cnlwwil ahnitt Ik* I_l.l.. M jet % % %  %  fa. I — influence from German life. in school about the Hitler regime's "monstrous assault on humanity." He said that the West German government "would do well, even at this late date, to re-examine its edOther developments in the swastika epidemic reported by the JTA diirtnK the forepart of the week included the following: United States: The American Jewish Congress criticized the filing of treason charges against three hoodlums in Queens, N.Y., and said "these youths and their evil actions must not become the opportunity for martyrdom or confusion." Two hoodlums were to be arraigned at Queens Felony Court for attacking a Jewish family in a restaurant. Students demonstrated before the German Continued on Pago l-A



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Friday, January 22. 1960 fjfewfsft fhridHain Page 11-A Ike Calls on Nation to Hit Virus of Rising Race Bigotry CANTO* DAVD CONVIStK Cantor Conviser Named to Festival Cantor David Conviser, of Tern IpV Beth Sholom, has been appointed program coordinator for the I960 Jewish Music Festival. The Ievent is sponsored annually by the I Greater Miami Jewish Community (enter, with the cooperation of the Cantors' Assn. The Festival will be I held Mar. 6. Serving with Cantor Conviser on [the program planning committee are Cantor Jacob Bornstein, Barnett Breeskin, Mrs. Arnold Greenfield, Cantor William Lipson, Cantor Israel Reich. Eli Samuels, Fmanuel Tropp, and Mrs. Rstelle Hardin, executive secretary for the Festival. Cantor Conviser is a graduate of the Juilliard School o* Music, with a major in choral conducting, and received hit MA degree at Hebrew Union College School of Sacred Music. He has served as a faculty member at the Hebrew Union College, director of the Hebrew Art Quartette, choral conductor for five seasons at the Berkshire School of Music in Tanglewood, and participated in the 1932 Choir Festival and the 1938 Music Seminar in Israel. He is also a charter member of the Robert Shaw Chorale, having, toured the country with them sev-1 era' times. Among his other ac-j complements, he has served as choral director for the RCA Victor i Thesaurus of Jewish Holidays and for the National Federation of Temple Youth. He has also been active with the Bach Aria Group for five years. Ike Supports Information Ban Continued from Pag* 1 A his news conference he supported American authorities in West Ber lin who clamped a ban on information to the press about the records, of former Nazis. The President Indicated that the American mission j in Berlin was justified in banning i Information and staying out of "political affan The State Department was reported as feeling that the information about former Nazis might be embarrassing, at this time, to the West German government. Continued from Page 1 A virus of bigotry seems to be ever present in the body politic," President Eisenhower declared. "We cannot ignore H, nor can we allow it to spread one inch. For, when it becomes rampant, it may cause destruction to freedom and decency everywhere. "In this age when so much is expected and required from America, wc can ill afford to waste a single day combating bigotry or prejudice at home. United in a common purpose in free and responsible teamwork of all races, of all faiths and all nationalities, we will continue seeking to advance the general welfare of all our people and our neighbors abroad." Rockefeller declared that "the recent outbreak of vandalism on synagogues and churches is shocking. Every thinking person is indignant at these shameful acts. But it is not enough to deplore these acts. Rather it is inCiUBbanl upon all people of good will positively to strive to insure that America is the land of freedom and opportunity for all men." Hishop Doncgan told the assembly that "it is a revolting and ugly fact that, in this day and age, there should be in the world fresh outbreaks of animosity against the .lew i [fa people and their religion. Any person who is anti-Jewish in his acts of feeling is at the same time anti-Christian." The AJC meeting adopted a resolution calling for a five-point program to belt anti-Semitism and strengthen democracy in Germany. The resolution urged "vigorous action" also in other countries where anti-Semtic incidents have taken place, exhorting "all forces of society" to see I to it that these outbreaks do net [ occur egain. Assemblyman ^Alfred D. Lerner introduced a bill %  the State Legislature which would male the deuaming or dWarmg of B-hetwe of | worship a felony. Under the pc— ent law, perpetrators of such ar's of vandalism are charged with j malicious mischief, a misdemeanor. The New York City legislator \ .aid that most of the young hoodlums who have been apprehended insist they were simply playing a prank. I'm afraid I can't go along with this way of thinking," Lerner said. "To me the painting of swastikas and other Nazi symbols of hate on religious buildings is a criminal act of destruction and should be dealt with accordingly." Prayer to be Discussed "The Meaning of Prayer" will be discussed by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Congregation, and Rabbi Max Lipschitz, Congregation Monticello Park, on "The Still Small Voice." a program oj the Greater Miami Rabbinical A -n., Sunday, 10 a.m., 0V WCKT, ch. 7. Youth Program Is Expanding Youth activities program at North Shore Jewish Center has established an outdoor play area, featuring ping pong, volleyball, badminton, basketball and horseshoes, across the street from the main Temple on 73th st. and Carlyle ave. Table games and arts and crafts instruction are also available as part of the after school program. The play area is supervised by youth director Edie Klein from Monday through Thursday, 3 to 5:15 p.m. During the winter vacation 175 youngsters enjoyed the first in a series of holiday trip programs. A teen-ags theatre party is.planned for Thursday evening. Jan. 28, at a performance of "Dino" in Ruth Foreman's Studio M. Monday. Feb. 1. will find the Temple youngsters once again embarking on a bus trip on a day-off from school. The youngsters will enjoy an afternoon at the Parrot Jungle supervised by teen agers of the North Shore USY group. 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Friday. January 22, I960 Page. MB Success of 'Dino' Justifies Director's Faith in Audiences WMII ii"' Studio M" production ,i "Dlno" an established hit, pro oncer-director Ruth Foreman nai itrppcd Into Ihe potlti hi ai ona oj Ihr out l.iii.lmr theatrical l><'"' tonalities ol South Florida. i ajng known u< theatrngoei tor her Dramatic Academy and her popular chlidren'i theatre, Pled Piper Playhouae, Mrs, Poreman'i Riiceeai with "Dlno" la %  peraonal victory baaed on her thinking thai "imi local ;<• • lencei wanl la the id | Ca ] i.,11 v imii hat tomethlng in say and aaya ii with power and authority." "Dlno" is the play which proved her polnl Endowed bj lurlata, ed ui atora and welfare people, "Dlno" i the atorj ol %  < young man In v a illy torn by Ihe rejection ol ivhal he bellevea to be ^ h.oatil tfldet} rhe plaj beglna a< hia re belllou* return from n reform irhool and movea uncompromteIngly to an end, which points a hopeful finger lowarda the future in ihr leading rola Mn Pore mail lllis c;|s| Arlliur Eden. His performance is being uniformly received ai a "hrlllianl tour 4a force Olhera In the caal of 10 include Jay P Poa ai Ihe pay chlatrlat, Trudy Gertler aa the sympathetic Shirley, Patrlcli Daoud ia laaaj receptlonlat, Tuny Ferboaal and Rita Klein aa Mi.smblttered parenta, Don 9a inn as the atrong willed younger brothel nml Hn loisi as tinpa tola officer currently m Ita second weea "Pino" iil deftnllel} rua one week more Ita continuance la da pendent upon the pattenee of Ura man On hot daah la i new play b] a nee author Declared lira Foreman eathui laatkally, "I eenl •"' '" S"' 1 mlo rehearsal My Foir Lady' Takes Two Large Revclvina, Stages ;r ., i.me in the history of %  "WJf .end an extra I r _j. n .^i \.-nee f if I company of .how. POT the national H] Fair Lady." this extra ••* ta Tni .,,„„, with an expert mechanical C „.J u, .nsiall the revolv.ng stages. The extra advance baggage car and the uwhnieal crew usually atriv iboul I weeh in advance of the show itself, and immediately curt their work of erect.nu the two large revolving: sets on the of ihe theatre where My Pan Lady" will play. These stages ire each 22 feet In circumference, and consist of 16 separate units on h revolving stage. Herman Levin, produeer. has added the extra expense of trans%  i_. u „u !" „^ m.rtini! two sets of revolving Gig Young is accused of murderinq Rita ?Y wor, V,u h r nr ?h Kail %  thai every cKy will hive in Clifford Odets "The Story on Page One. now at the uariD, ^ ^ ,. nmp |ote production that 1now at ihe Bellinger Theatre In Micnni and Miracle Theaters. Phillips Resigns As Director George S Rngkt 1 this week the resignation al Owea Phillips •" A rector ol lh Cocom 1 Grove PlaphaueM Phillip* ill continue 1 stage dftree poal I on with the Pi i auderdahi house, as well aa be la cam the Drama In Miaou I Phillips • tents in (tar v .1 ia main .' a id v the Dai ., r e wr R aag al the Paphwing PtJihpa as gener al aaa—igir anil be Robert Warn, who \ill retaJa the ajrtpneed Ft l auderdate The *trt. Ana* frank Chapter Heeling Ann* Wank chapter al I M P'rith Women mill hoM a carvl r>ariy and SSJ*JM at .tie haa Mr*. Real) a SI i*n axe. 0* i\tes\1a,\ at 1 pm SimonhoH Discusses Russia Hairy Sinioiihoff. Miami attorney, author and traveler, was gueal apeaker at a meet in 8 of Miami Reach Boaust luncheon Ctuh on Wednesday a! the RRa Plaaa hotel Smionholi discussed his re cent stn.lv tour through the Soviet Union Bnd Israel included mined kbreham Wattson ami community singing led by Jacob Kishman. 1 Ri %  hue >v .1chairman, Carol Channing at Grove Tuesday Carol Channing opens Tuesday al the Coconul Grove Playhouae In show Business," with Lea Qimt .lemlis ami Wally Griffin. The production will run through Sunday. Feb. 7. Produced by Charles Gaynor under the auspices Of the Creek Theatre Assn., "Show Business" hysterically chronicles comedy from the earlj rnlnstrel dayi to ihe modern and often bewildering psycho-drama. Throughout a colorful career on Broadway, comedienne Carol Channing has created a score of memorable roles. From the delightfully addled Lorelei Lee of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" to the subtle irony of a Ruth Sherwood in Wonderful Town," Miss Channing has employed her multi-faceted talents to achieve individualism in all her heroines. New York City The two sets play leap frog wilh each other, and while one is in use. the other ll already on its way to the next city on the tour. "My Fair Lady" will arrive at Ihe Miami Beach Auditorium on Tuesday night, Feb. 2. for a three week engagement. Matinee performances will be given on Feb. :i.ti. 10. 13. 14 and 20. Starring la Diane Todd as Eliza Dool.ttle. OlAHt 1000 North Shore JWY Meeting North Shore Post, Jewish War Veterans, was to meet Thursday i vening at the Deauville hotel. Irvine C. Spear is commander. George Bluestein is adiutsnt. be bj Ballet Company To be Featured Miami Ballet Company will featured at the next concert the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra Sunday evening at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Admission is free. Orchestra conductor and music director is Barnett Breeskin. Ballet director is Thomas Armour. Franck's Symphony in D Minor, and the Toccata by FrescobaldiKindler. The ballet portion of the evening will comprise "Design for Four." danced to the Bach Suite in D Major, and the Dance of the Hours from Ponchielli's opera "La Gioconda." Dancers in the "Design for Four," described aa an abstract ballet, will be Shirley Sanders, Laura Rose May, Ann Englert and Joint program will include Cesar Caren De.Marco. \ Most • %  •.a. The again apeaa at D rium H Menda] and then IN Miami Bench \ The combined talents of Carol Channing and writer director <",.i\ r made theatrical hhtory ten rears ago, when they joined fOTCW events by Dr i give life to a fresh, new approach to musical comedy in an intimate revue entitled. Lend an Ear." Public response 10 thii effect achieved stardom for Miss Canaan for the show I Keen m being 1 %  • il reviews Its .1 < i 'Gioconda' Opens Here Next Week 1 ed the. I'.reater > \, the Ope r a Cu.lii F IM ae> i' .'.h. Mary McMurraj The ant m id pli rs v \ riant ,n Wednesday The final c GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710S.W. 12th tmmm Raj, HAM> ,\\\V\ Ngaj ,\ V! flXEi *. %  aan oa ll the Da Aikliu>ruim on Jan. La Cd. it net as well known at many eneras. out is one c the mett exciting acceruin, te Df Artwre di Filiooi, who declare* thrt it it real thow nutinetv TSere r^ magicians wfce will streduee flyn piyannt en tne stefe in the Venetian scene, as well as macnine* thai 'l e*-* c i water fee the beats en atane. Uver* ivl halhs are nNnang for warvl tv -.he tamsHts O., ttenr," featunns anttanatt) known bstllet s-ars Zebra Nevuis a: ien H Vg gsl n aar, K>h direct -.he Metropolitan i>nera Ballet TV st.vry of the ojvra is reai drama as *c!".. and BKMea pas sh.ale K>T art and r>s>sv*.v M tK>nh M.aw: audiences hare henrd the b. KtVeen F.*rrell berw aanke her tsk> appearar. asjfnr* alasfaag a: -.he Metro puBtatt Uus year f t\ eTop Performers At Springs Villas spec al nine-day engagement at the Carriage Club. Miami I for Los Chi Bapaan, fanusl tjitin musical enterta lnroanut the I •"esu 1 I (.Los Ck Menu from KJaneiro n S: L,,>uis U anonttaana bai vhavales run the jamut and vocal and make much use at s "' hia BJOJJ drill bnlhant 1 THe> w,u iv ,. !h ,ar vlub antj Beaux Arts Trio will be featured at White Temple) Auditorium in a Friends of Chamber Music of Miami pennnntation on Wednesday evening. Trio includes Daniel Guilet, violin; Bernard Greenhouse cello; and Menhcrmen Pressler, piano. Program xduled includes Trio No. 3 in C. Haydn; Trio in D major. '0. No. 1 TGhost Beethoven; Trio on Jewish Themes sk m one movement. Copland; and Trio No. 1 in D, op. 49, Mendelssohn. C=D of Cwrfob Mrs HerSer: | M Pees(lenj| ( t^ Worn,. \ v i*r> .* Xt: IbnM H.^itai. iU at %  > iHTentatHw Inhsagp-lal MJ -n,,. ||B W nnan head, LOW COST HOME LOANS 7b Buy, Build or Refinance ries Invited • OttiftriM llfianaannnM RFSOfRCES EXCEatn UO MILLION DOLLAl^,



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Page 14-A Friday, January 22. .,.„, w i(k j^^yJ!i*!!li*!!^ growing — # Th, Portrait of an Idea in Full Historical Perspective %  me roriraii ui an *w ^ ^ and un ^ THE ZIONIST IDEA. A Hi.tor.cal An.lyi it "**•*£ Edited and with an Introduction by Arthur Hertsbera. 638 pp. New York: Doubled.y Company, Inc. and Herzl Press. $7.50. "THE ISSUE AT stake in this discussion is not merely %  -the correct understanding of Zionism, though that alone is a matter of prime importance. It involves me fundamental question of the total meaning of ""I* !" tory." Thus Rabbi Hertzberg (Temple Emanu-F.l I.ntJewood. New Joey) settles down to basics early in "is brilliantly executed introductory essay to."1 he Zionist MM. Zionism, which has been suffering from pa.ns in its ideology since its labors brought forth the State of IWAJ searchingly examined in this book, both by Rabbi Hertz, berg and bv the selection of Jewish thinkers whose writings are represented Moses Hess, Theodor Hteri, Ahad Ha-Am. Martin Buber, Chalm Weizmann. BenC.urion. Justice Brandeis, Solomon Schechler and Mordecai Kaplan, among others. In his dispassionate reflection on the events of the past 150 years, the editor diagnoses the difficulty with which the Zionist movement slill struggles, an intellectual schism whose roots, contrary to popular opinion, did not spring from the establishment oi Israel, bul germinated in the two Jewish responses to the nineteenth century Emancipation. They separate, writes Hertsberg, into the "defensive" and the "messianic" lines of Jewish thoughts: ,h of them was both s program and an estimate of the situation of the Jew in the Gentile world 'Messianlsm' believed not only that the Jew ought to be like everybody else but also that this would happen by the agency of a United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON honevolen, liberalism. na.ionj.ism. or social^ The I(>1 „ 1MU „.hools not only 1JgfWgJ „. th v l(nuM d CCnt Hart's "messianic" vision took as,endancy over the agnoT Ahad' MaAm and the proponents "***• zLism un.,1 the State of Israe !" ^Jl'^t •Diaspora Zionism, desp.te its ******? SelfJ voli(in to the outlook of Herzl began, to arn r l ai,ng %  ,he Wrorerslal Lssue of rac al prejudice among our own soldiers Stages 8 and 9 of the studio were transformed^ laconSl y fi t haTh^ee1n^Z ^ m ?!l ; 0ldmP individualist, he has been perform"" as a staunch -weater-clad ion career. throughout his nightclub^.teles' The angry young man" wants T^K""" 'ormist. but resents b'eing"..K"? £*£ "X~ dont want to he involved with society, believe in anarchy, which is the antithesis of what I do." Sahl says. To him, Beatnik humor is based on sheer irreverance, while he just tells the truth and makes people laugh at their own shortcomings, ills subjects cover the folkways of modern America, from psycho%  M ^ to poluics to sports cars and education, u-k 1 u' ,hecom *d>an evolved out of Sahl-the writer w h.le he wa s on the Berkeley campus, he worked %  if *** am """P*. turnin < a* five oneact l"a>s He decided the best way to get the message across was t„ K0 out and deliver it in person a* a Performer Hi s real show business debut was just f£ >e u S g0 at ,he "Hungry I" in San Francisco, he off-beat coffee house looking for now. offbeat "lent. Thtss. Frisco discovered Sahl and the world discovered San Francisco as a. entertainment center Beginning with the "Hungry I." Sahl biased %  'rail of small clubs for other young performers tTi^!!iTT ,y had %  • oui *tFrom "hip roomsme the Village Vanguard, he continued the trail oa inrough the big nightclubs in Chicago. Washing***. niih'iK n .w' nd New York H £ MW •PP*"* 1 n'Khtly at the "Crescendo" in Ilollywosd-on the Ni p Su T t s,ri "~Nued i ** Mghts as "1* Next President.



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HI.. u. J n 0* the W oman s "WorU Mr. MM) -Mrs. Louis Cohen ar* fty1n to Philadelphia to attend the 29th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Cohen's sister, Mrg. A. Gelfand ... It will be a gala occasion at the Drake hotel on the 24th While in Philadelphia, the Cohens will spend every available minute with their son and daughter-in-law, Sidney and Shirley, and their (grandchildren, Denise and Mike Going with them on the trip is %  Mrs. Fanny Sklar The former Rose Takser, of 918 Ocean dr., and Max Losman, lof Pittsburgh, Pa., are back from their honeymoon and wedding |two weeks ago ... On their return, their children gave them a Welcome nome" party at 6750 SW 7th st. llyman Lesnick lllcw in from Brazil for the reception Mrs. 'ijpng (Mary) Scligman, 1011 E. 17th, st., Hialeah. in [Gotham Town for the marriage of her nephew, Bernard Jacobvon Dn Sunday. H '* M For many years before her passing away last week, Mary lirschhorn was a board and life member of the Women's Auxiliary pt the Jewish Home for the Aged Friends came to know her Is perennial hostess to the regular Senior Citizens birthday party |! Douglas Gardens, where she presented each honoree with a audjuet ef flowers Co-workers will also miss Mary's endeavor behalf of Henrietta Szold group of Hadassah, Hebrew Academy tomen, Bikur Cholim, and Beth El Congregation Sisterhood. • %  Guests at the Jan. 30 Diamond Jubilee dinner dance for the pni fit of National Children's Cardiac Hospital will be greeted by bevy of beautiful hostesses Their honorary chairman is Mrs. fcaron (PoHy Lux) de Hirsch Meyer for the stellar function slated 111 the Fontainebleau ... Ai Goldman, of Fu Manchu, has new celebrity chairs for Jack >aar. the TV star, and Carl Erbe, public relations man With (itheight of the reason upon the area, new celebrity chairs are npping up every few days at Goldman's well-known restaurant Pansy Flaum'i sister and brother-in-law. Belle and Nathaniel ?vine, of Kennicut Greens, Mahopac, N.Y.. will spend some time Miami Beach before leaving for three months in South America. 'MI Ml Mrs. Alvin J. Samuel, of Forest Hills., N.Y., is being hosted her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. (Theo) imuel. of 19721 NW 6th ct. Theo is chairman of the second inual Debutante Cotillion Ball due Feb. 6 at the Deauville hotel ider the sponsorship of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation SisterChicago impressario Joseph Hyman expected to arrive here Feb. 1 with Mrs. H. He's mid-western representative for MetDpolitan Opera tenor Richard Tucker The couple will be fistting their children, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hyman. 3140 SW 14th Prior to their arrival in Miami, they will mark their 55th bedding anniversary with two other children, Mr. and'Mm. Seymour Hyman and Mr. and Mrs. Lester (Bessie) Fields The %  mans have six grandchildren. MI MI MI MI On the Birth Front: Michael Bruce, first bom son to Mr. and |iv Howard Ralby on Dec. 14 at St. Francis Hospital Bris is at home, 321 191st st., Dec. 21, with Cantor Abraham Seif ficiating Maternal grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman union, Miami Beach Paternal grandmother and grandfather re Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ralby, of Miramar, Fla. Maternal eat grandmother is Mrs. Ida Delnick, Millis, Mass., and Miami each Proud father is commander of Abe Horowitz Post of twlsti War Veterans, and wife Marilyn is corrpsponding secrery of Miami Beach Afternoon chapter of Women's American IT Also: Michael Ross, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Arnel in New frk City on Dec. 30 Michael is the first boy in the Arnel iily Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kestenbaum, Miami The Arncls—she's the former Loretta Kestenbaum— in to visit here in March They'll be dividing their time beeen her parents and sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. lis Rubin. Ml MI MI MI How is the weather up there in Boston? ... Dr. Ben Rosenberg former exec of Federation—writes that it's five degrees above snowing bard But it won't seem so cold when wife Mickey rives She stayed behind in Miami Beach to complete the senberg family moving details The Leo Ackerman house lonely these days npw that daughter til and her husband, Max Spiegelman, have gone back to Ft. ck.son, S.C. Military passes don't last forever .. It was supposed to be a National Council of Jewish Women's ird meeting, but it looked like a fashion show Mrs. Edward pis* smart in beige and brown Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein in ecoming red shirtmaker Mrs. Raymond Rubin sporting ining pink Italian straw shoes to match a pink shirt Mrs. pph Gleicher in a fresh looking yellow and white striped number, Mrs. Robert Schwartz wearing an orchid and blue combinW Four-generation family party, with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney iwartz entertaining at dinner for Esther's great-uncle and aunt, and Mrs. Harry Levy, of Chicago Harry's 86—and associwiih the Cook County Road Department. Ml MI MI MI In the Offing: On Feb. 26 Robert and Helen Lewin leave for a month trip to Austria, Switzerland, Germany and Holland On hand at Tropical Park to see Mrs. Sidney Weintraub give Museum Patrons Committee trophy cup: Mrs. Norman Tatar, Samuel Gertman, Mrs. Samuel Kling, Mrs. Jeanne Rothlld Over 200 guests at the dinner party in Miami Springs Villas goring Michael Parker on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah Jan. Michael's the son of the Paul Parkers, of Jacksonville, N.C., grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hirsch, of Miami Bar tvah was at Temple Judea Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kogan up to New York to meet the family heir son Alexander's fiancee, Carol They certainly did meet ptives— all 70 of them While in Gotham Town Rose gave a Cheon so that Carol's mother, Mrs. George Steinmarder, could ft Beach winter residents living there Among them—Mrs. "•Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday, January 22, 1960 Section B CJA "Women of the Year" Musical Troupe is now appearing before women's organizations throughout Dade county, telling the story of Combined Jewish Appeal services in verse and song. Troupe members are Mrs. David Miller (left) and Mrt.-Sol P. Geitznan (right). Preparations for benefit dinner dance sponsored by the Women's Corps of the Cancer Institute at Miami on Feb. 3 at the Carillon hotel are discussed by Joyce Nizxori. showgirl in the Lou Walters Parisienne Revue, Mrs. Hairy Nadler. dance chairman, and Mrs. Sidney Ralfel. president of the Women's Corps. Pioneer Women Slate Functions Continued on Page S-B Sixth annual dinner for Child Rescue Fund of Pioneer Women, Miami Beach Club 2. is being sponsored jointly by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Katz, according to president Mrs. Ida Jacob-Liftman. The affair will be held at the Royal Hungarian restaurant on Sunday, 6 Hope School Bruncheon Coral Gables chapter of Hope School for Mentally Retarded Children will hold its first fund-raising project for 1960, a brunch and card party Tuesday, 11 a.m. through the afternoon, at Hillel House on the University of Miami campus. In charge of information are Mrs. Fred Diamond and Mrs. Shelfon Dobkin. p.m., with Mrs. Abraham Shedroff in charge of arrangements. sea Mrs. Joseph Krantz, president of Beach Club 1, announces the first luncheon of the year will be held on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Mrs. Milton Green, Council president will be guest speaker. A musical program will be led by Dorren Sakrais. Proceeds are for the Child Building Fund in Israel. see Mrs. Isaac Offenhanden, president of Beba Idelson Club, reports a "Bagel and Lox" card party sponsored by Mrs. Samuel Weissberg at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob P. Cosow, 7222 Trouville Esplanade, Normandy Isle, on Wednesday at noon. Proceeds arc for Moetzet Hapoalot, sister organization of Pioneer Women in Israel. They are shown at a recent National Council of Jewish Women's meeting with Mrs. Emery Kemeny, president of the Sunset Division, and Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. chairman of the CJA Women's Division Speakers' Bureau. Mrs. Zeientz Retires From Temple Israel A significant era in the history of Temple Israel of Greater Miami came to a close at the first of the year with the retirement of Jennie (Mrs. Louis) Zeientz as executive secretary for the Reform congregation. Honored only last May by more than 500 members at a dinner marking her 25th anniversary as secretary, Mrs. Zeientz completed her span of service to "live a life of leisure" on Miami Beach, where she moved recently after living 34 years in the same house on NE 28th st. One of the dynamic spirits of Temple Israel from its birth as the second synagogue in all of Greater Miami. Mrs. Zeientz spent many years in a volunteer capacity to assist the growing institution as it went through the hurricane of 1926. the subsequent crash of real estate values in Miami, and other viscissitudes of the pioneer community. With her late husband, Louis, who served as a president of the congregation, "she contributed of herself in every phase of synagogue activity, and in promoting the tenets of Reform Judaism." Temple Israel leaders declared here. At the annual donor luncheon of the Temple Israel Sisterhood Wednesday, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Zeientz was honored with a life membership during a special ceremony. She was also honored at the recent convention of the National Assn. of Temple Administrators for which she served as cochairman. Slate Preview of film Greater Miami chapter of the National Kidney Disease Foundation will meet on Monday, 10:30 a.m., at tne home of Mrs. David Loveman, 4815 Biltmore dr., Coral Gables. There will be a preview of the new KD film. "To Let a Boy Play Ball."



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*Jfntfbr1di**ri Friday, January 22, Page 2-B Reviewing he 11:30 a.m. brunch in honor S^2?*A^|&5Si are (left to right) Mrs. Emett Choate, Mrs. JosKay. eph P. Lieb, Mr. James Guilmartin, Mrs. Concert Artist Miami Resident A noted concert artist is now making Greater Miami h home She U RM !(..>.-.nu.od.Jkho, with :,,., husband and MH|K, n ,.,.„,, ,,,. hvmg at 1941 Liberty 3N A noted soprano. fcfJaa Hosamond W ai born and educated at the Brooklyn Conservatory in Brooklyn and educated at the Conservatory of Music there as a pianist and accompani-lAfter receiving a scholarship with the renowned Alexander Ros anoff in sinning and voice culture she was also coached by Paul Meyer. .— Miss Rosamond made her demit with the Columbia Opera Com pany ten years ago, playing Gilda in "RiBoletto." She then made her debut as a recitalist at Carnegie Hall in April. 1955. Miss Rosamond's repertoire includes Italian. German, Yiddish. and Hebrew Lieder, folk-songs and Youth Fair Due Here 0, JJJ J,, ^ appeared on tele-' The tenth annual Youth Fair will vision and radio and in concert, *+ oTOH OS4M0ND i Youth Fairgrounds. Miss Rosamonds husband man.i_ „.,_.. local ager is currently bookings for her local functions. accepting appearance get under way Jan. 28 to 31 at the halls throughout the nation. gel until "J •_ __j. IfUa D. ...,,,.,.., I 'c huchani Dade 9475 SW 88th st. The fair is jointly sponsored by the 4-H and future farmers clubs of Dade county. These clubs have entered more than 1.500 exhibits in the homemaking, agriculture and animal husbandry divisions. All entries will be carefully judged, and prize! and ribbons will be presented. at Social Workers Schedule Panel Feb. 10 is the date set for the Sponsors' dessert coffee of the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division at the Seville hotel. Mrs. Milton Sirkin (right) is chairman of the social, which will raise funds to help Israel's newcomers, provide them with homes and jobs, and support the 57 local and national causes aiding men, women and children in Miami and the United States. With Mrs. Sirkin are vice chairmen Mrs. Morris Golden (left) and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz (center). New Chapter Meeting Date Miami Beach chapter of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children met Wednesday evening at Miami Beach Federal on Lincoln rd. Mrs. Milton Koch, president, saia tne group now meets on the third Wednesday of each month, instead of the fourth, as previously. I KOSHER ZI0N m% P9*t 8UF PRODUCTS • PEPPERED BEEF • LIVER SAUSAGE • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • PASTRAMI • B0L0CNA. • SALAMI •LEADIM IEIIMTESSENS, SUPERMARKETS I KOSHER ZI0N iJffifS ^ANY OF CHICAGO &f Seeth Wat.r Market, Chicago I, Illinois EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS OF THE SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO., INC. 055 BI8CAVNE STREET, MIAMI BEACH PHONES: JE 8*232, JE 14231 HERMAN PEARL Ehrlich Files For Reelection Clemen J. Ehrlich has file.! candidate for reelection to thl Council of North Bay Villa] the election to be held on Tuesday, Feb. 16. Three councilmen are to be elected, one each from Treasure. Bay, and Harbor Islands, comprising North Bay Village. Ehrlich served as mayor of North Bay Village for two years, and is presently serving as councilman. He is an attorney, member of tiie New York and Florida Bars, a member of the Dade County Bar Assn. and the American Bar Assn. and has served as a municipal judge. His community activities include a board member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, financial secretary of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Beach Branch, and treasurer of Jewish Vocational Service. He has served as chairman of both the United Fund and the Combined Jewish Appeal drive in North Bay Village. He is married and resides with his wife, Selnia. and two sons, on Treasure Island. lEKVfD IN A CLASS OR A CUP TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Recent Senate hcarincs on the aged was the theme of a panel. "Community Organization in Action." ;it a meeting, of the South Florida chapter, National As'-n. of Social Workers, on Toes ay Panel participants man Mrs. Grace Fi nter, exacuth e seci ot the Senior Citizens Division of the Welfare Planning Council; ate to the Senior Citizens Division for the \.\SW efa .pter: and Mrs. 1. Alpert, who served as chairman of the planning committee for the workshops preceding the U. S. Senate committee hearings on. the aged recently held in Miami. The chapter meeting was held at the Rehabilitation Center for Crippled Children and Adults, 1475 NW 14th ave.. at 7:30 p.m. Teen-Agers Will Speak Out "Discipline—Too Much or Little — The Teen-Ager will be the subject of a Miss Margaret Gilkey, director] guidance services of the County School Board, at a meeting of the Dade Count cil of Parent-Teacher Assa The meeting will take placeli nesday, 10 a.m., at the Hcr.ry Pf, Junior High School. Following Miss Gilkey teen-agers will speak on the th of how today's discipline of school and society are affe youth's activitks and purp Students who will p.irticif two from the 12th grade. So yumn, Hioleah High School "Bucky" Fox, Miami I mr High School: -and Iwo in grade. Henry Filer Junior School. Cathy Spiaggo and Smith. Mrs William P. Cooke. 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Page 8-A +JewlsMtrldrkn Friday, January 22. ISM Winners in an arts and crafts project for the Festival of Chanuka sponsored by Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood. Rear (left to right) are Gail Turgel, Lilla Shulman, Bruce Gailman, Michael Haimus, Susan Solomon. Evan Greene, Michael Shechtman, Charles Klier, and Bennett Cohen. Front (left to right) are Ann Salitzky, Gene Unger, Robin Konigsburg, David Levitt, Aaron Salomon, Leonard Shechtman, and Harriet Kaufman. Legislator Rejects Red Plot Theory Continued from Page 1-A Consulate in New York. Italy: Milan police .swooped down on the headquarters of the neoFascist Ori ivo (New Order) ization and arrested nine men. charging them with having Bent threatening letters to Milan Jews and with having painted swastikas on walls in the city. Netherlands: Queen Juliana was i personally represented at a demonstration against anti-Semitism held in one of Amsterdam's larges' churches. The Dutch Minister of Justice, A. C. W. Beerman. attended the meeting at which clergymen Ol several Dutch congregations spoke and condemned the outbreak of incidents. Austria: Austrian police pressed la search for Albrecht Alberti. the "fuehrer" of a neo-Nazi youth organization in the province of Carin[thia modeled after the Hitler youth movement. Three officials of the organization were arrested. A quantity of Nazi propaganda material was confiscated in a raid on Alberti s apartment. Alberti was' described as a lawyer who had I been active in the Nazi youth movement. Britain: Tho chairman of the Enfield, London, police court imBiscayne Federal Lists Promotions E. Albert Pallot. president of Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan, has announced four major promotions within the institution. Earle A. Giddens was appointed Opera Guild ~ OF GREATER MIAMI presents LaGioconda By Ponrhielli Dade County Auditorium Jan. 25 and Jan. 30 Miami Beach Auditorium Jan. 27 Eileen Farrell Soprano. Metropolitan Supported by FIarl.no Ubo. Trance; Bible. Nicola Mo ">. Ceaare BardelU. Ticket! (Nil Minim) a n ii w si f Oa San at. gut ciiirt fagMW HiIH1M; umF, %  uci •aiitanaai j£ 11477. Muan Buck Ratio i[ I-7571, SSS2 T*K | W • %  1 t 2 '" JX.'K OHici, (25 .assistant vice president of the Mortgage Loan Department. Giddens. a native of Punta Gorda and a graduate in real estate from the I diversity 0 f Florida, has been Witt Biscayne since its formation four years ago. He formerly was with the FHA here. He lives with nis wife and one child at 810 W 153rd st., Hialeah. Vernon H. Molusky, manager of Biscayne's branch at NW 27th ave. and 79fh st., ,| S9 has been promoted to assistant vice president. Molusky, a native of CalCO rN y has bee associated with B.scayne since the instifution s inception. He is single £* l,ves • o> W. 9th .ve., H.aleah. He will m .n.g. the North T C u bC 0pened in fh mth "" 9 Cen r n Xt Richard Schulman has been named a mortgage loan officer I c is a native Miamian and a ?L a / ,U ", f h f "e University of MiMM. He has been with Biscayne .r a year a nd a half. a „d resiues a*s p nec de Le n oi : Leonard A. Wells, a Chicago law .ver, also has been appointed" mortgage loan officer. WeUs f graduate of the University 0 Chf sef" t and ,he J0hn M nall Law ^chool. was in private law practice >n Chicago until he joined Bis cayne earlier this year Wells has two children, one at .tending high school here, and,hi other at college. %  MUTVft aE$ERYATI0Nln,uiin,4Mi t m "MMU HOUIWOQD W* ,-„„ posed fines on three youths for having painted the words "Deatn to the Jews!" on a fence and told them: "What you were doing was connected with something that happened before you were born. Thousands of people died through no fault of their own. It doesn't do for English boys to go around painting those words on fences." At Lytham. St. Annes, a seaman jand a student were lined e IS ($42 each for daubing swastikas on the walls. Two small swastikas were carved on the door of a synagogn in Stepney Green, in East London. In Hendon, another suburb, swai tikas were daubed on the Hendon Reform Synagogue, on private houses and parked cars. Canada: The Montreal Police Department warned that "anyone caught defacing public buildings or other property with swastikas will be prosecuted for public mist or damage." Bulgaria: The Central Jewish Council of Bulgaria, according to a Sofia broadcast, protested the revlvial of anti-Semitism in West Germany and in "the capitalist world. i, sen( c>We ()f The BIG Hit "MHO" Unanimous Raves from The Critics! r.V. ud b X. ; c,in9 "<* Herald 9 Ge 9e B "' k l' M '<"" ha, d.red .0 be d f !•;•"•. d a. M. d b ;„h Ur I M 1 .' ""' "•• com. up wllh "DINO" Juvenile Delinquent Produced .od Directed by RUTH FOREMAN STUDIO M M M PLAYHOUSE D ROAD ., 0NC| Cral Cabk., HI 43212 %  ** %  -•MMUI $u Mat, 2 3o-$i 75 S'udanl.. I.50 Billy Rose Gives Art to Israel NEW Y()RK-(JTA)-Billy Rose. Wu York theatrical producer, has donated his entire collection of modern sculpture to"the National Museum ol Israel, and will pcrwnally finance the construction l nd i.inrlcaping of a five-acre garden in Jerusalem, in which hi* collection will be dispkyvd The value of the gift, including irdi n was estimated at well 11 .me million dollan bj K;.rl curator and director of the Museum, who said H was "one of the fin< si privately-owned collecid sculpture in the world." The I 1 its of more than 50 pieces, many of them .if heroic lise, and includes outstanding examples of the work of Rodin, MaiUol, Daumier, Jacques Lipchilz and Sir Jacob Kpstein. The sculpture garden will be .itu.fd an hlllt^o, j km en land Immediate!,** cent to th. now building J, £* National Museum of | lr4t ?• lockin, a •ytantim Mon,^" Th. art. I. in Co* proxm,.^ the now Hebrew University \Z National ParlUment BuildinT and rho small nwMum whi cr „*!.' hows, the Dead So* Scroll*. It will be designed and \ inA reaped by Isamu Noguchi, the )Z i.nese-Amcrlcan sculptor who d signed the UNESCO garden, j„ Pans. Rose and Nogachi win | m for Jerusalem the first week of February. Rose's gift was announced this week by Samuel Rubin, president of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, at Ha annual dinnerconcert at the Waldorf.AMoria, i n honor of Spyros P. Skourns COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE and the SOCIETY OF THEATRE ARTS, Inc. EVES. EX. MON.: 8:30 MATS., WED. I $AT SUNDAYS: 7:30 p.m. 1 M BJ||< 3500 MAIN HIGHWAY NOW THRU JANUARY 23 Special Extra Matinee Fri., Jan. 22 at 1:30 ARLENE FRANCIS in "TONIGHT AT 8:30" by Noel Coward with JAMES MITCHELL JANUARY 26 FEBRUARY 7 PRIOR TO BROADWAY CAROL CHANNING in Charles Geynor's Production of "SHOW BUSINESS" AN INTIMATE NEW MUSICAL REVUE PLAYHOUSE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE WNCHE0NS • D.NNEIS ,„,„„ C0CJfMJU MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM FEBRUARY 2nd THRU 20th Only Engagement in Florida! MEfcUN LEVtM mmm 1 s4" f N l %  fflL fr'ANSTODO "• A-waieai otiAi*" -""^ R\ VICTOR DEMPSTER auo iMaaato CHARLES HUGH "l| till,



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jeHisfftorki' !" Friday, January 22, 1J Page 2-A 800 Expected at Academy Dinner; Merwitiers to be Honored on Sunday SPIRITUAL CRISIS A tally of reservations for the forthcoming 12th annual dinner of the Hebrew Academy showed that more than 800 guests will be present. Miami Beach City Council man Wolfie Cohen, dinner chairman, reported at the final breakfast nesting of the dinner committee Sunday. The $100 a couple dinner will be held in the Grand ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel Sunday evening at 6 p.m. Proceeds of the affair, the largest fund-raising project of the school, defrays a major part of the Academy's operational deficit. More lhan 80 percent of the school's 300 children are enrolled on partial or full scholarships. County rabbi*, leaders, end presidents of various organizations throughout the Greater Miami area will be present to honor Mr. and Mrs. Louis Merwitier, communal workers and Academy officers. B. I. Binder, president of the Academy. Mid that "Mr. and Mrs. Merwitier are most deserving of this honor. It is a rarity to find a couple who upon their 70;h birthdays are still actively engaged in .uivinc service to <'\n> worthwhile civic and reUgioui cause—including the Hebrew Academy." Mr. and Mrs Ifentttaar arrived i:i Miami Beach in 1940 from Pitts burgh, Pa., where he headed one LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAHY PICK-UPS New York, New Jer sey, Philadelphia, Bnltimore, Washington, Restoa — all other paints. DIAL JE 8-8353 M. Lieberman & Son 6SS COillNS AVE. MIAMI BEACH RETURN LOAD RATES PAGE 12-4 of the largest real estate and building firms there. Since their arrival here, they have been busil.v engaged in Zionist and synagogue affairs. Merit Mr is presently first vice president of the Academy, and holds office in the Zionist Organization, Jeu lab National Fund. Beth Tfilah, and the Pittsburgh Club. Milton Lubarr, chairman of dinner arrangements, said that the highlight of the program wil be a cantata, 'The New Look, which will be presented by the 60-voice Hebrew Academy choir under the direction of Mrs. Jack Dinnerstag, musical director of the Academy. Narrators of this presentation are Trudy Gertler, Donald Zisquit, Lee Rosenhouse and Howard Lauer. Invocations will be delivered byRabbi Morris L. Horovitz, isatetant principal of the Academy's Hebrew Department. Grace before and after the meal will be recited by Sandor Genet and Ronald Deblinger. A special ceremony will be conducted for those who have pit an annual scholarship contribution of S5O0 or more, when donors shall be proclaimed as "Guardians of Torah" and presented with ipec.ally designed plaques by Rabbi Alexander S C,ro>s, principal of the Academy. The follow in i's have pledged Guardian of Torah Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Pinkel, Mrs. Paulina Grundwerg, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Gonsbor, Kolman Luna. Jacob Mormar, Mr and Mrs. Irvine Miller and Mr. Ml Leonard Rosen. The following congregations haw %  1 i' d | a d "Guardian of Torah" scholarships: Beth Israel. Beth Jacob. Beth Tfilah. Kneseth Israel and Monticello Park. r< _i~ Mmminni ft Members oi the 60-voice Hebrew Academy chcmTehearse for their role in Sunday s 12th annual Academy dtaimrall*•* %  ****" hotel. Proceeds of the aiiair, whichjorne 800_ Greater Miamians are expected to attend, hehp to defray the cotrt of the school's year-round scholarship program. Security Reveals More Arms Purchases for Israel Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MS MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH "hen* JE 1-3595 WE INSU'.l GLASS FOR EVERY Vi RPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW CLASS furnifere Taps, Revelerf Mirrors and Res.lveriaa Our Specialty L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS *** 136S.W. IthST. Atom's Orlin Phone FI 11363 JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel will have to increase its arms pur chases considerably in the near future to offset the steady flow of armaments—mainly Soviet—to the Arab States. The alternative would appear to be to permit an Arab buildup threatening %  dangerous imbalance which might tempt the Arab> once %  gain to try %  war ol annihilation against Israel. These appeared this week to be among the main conclusions of an exhaustive. 40-page review "t Israel's security situation submitted to the i' ibinet by Premier and Defense Minister David Bi Ion. The security situation wai considered so important an I that, for the fii the President of Israel was a to attend the session. In addition to Pi Ben-Zvi, the B kov. and Deput) Defense Hit Shimon Peres I the twoand-a-half-hour session. The Cabinet, it was learned, did not discuss the implications of these conclusions in great detail, leaving the foreign and ecoJudaeans Increase Scope Bruce Richman. 2451 Garfield st Holly.\. KHI. i in charge of the Youns. Judei movement of Greater Miami. Richman said Wednesrtay that there arc 20 groups in volving some 350 members in the program at this time, whuh in eludes Israeli singing and dancing. .-.< weU as arts and crafts. nomic aspect* for subsequent ttudy after the return to Israel of Foreign Minister Oolda Meir and when work begins on the 1960-61 budget. observers noted that the report raised I number of key question! that have to be resolved: Will the new policy of Arab appeasement being followed by the Western n influence the present and future acquisition of arms !>> Irael? Whal form should Israel's arms purchaMi lake? What effect would there be on the situati* from an easing in the cold *j before and during a summit ference? From the economic viewpoii | the big questions raised were: 0, a short-term basis, how high a an increased detente budgetcreased at the expense of Gove ment services and developme plans—go 7 In the long run, he sptraling costs of mo weapons, how long will Israel the Arab States be able to noj tain an armaments race? HELP THEM BUILD NEW LIVES GIVE TO CJA! MAYSHII HHtPSHG TERMITES 'M WORK ALL f^ YEAR 'ROUND... e>ewce coll OHO" the ORKlN MAN 0RKIN CALL NE 3-3421 ~~ iiii:nji4iM:i Proscription Soeciolisfj NOW IJN TWO MODERN •' SCOMDniOMlD t.'.lARSEO BUCM LOCATIONS MOfff t AIKING sma CCMVIMIIM7 TO BUSIS 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JI 8-7425 fatr. Washingfe* A


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jay January 22, 1960 *•. Jen* FhrkJton Page 7-A .T#-*^ft*i v m SH% A PERPETUAL CAM *W £,wixdw£. H25,000 every cent of which is dedicated to preserving the beauty of Miami's finest Jewish cemetery Naturally, you will devote much time and serious consideration to the selection of a permanent Burial Estate for your family. That's why it is so important to know about Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery Mount Nebo. Over $125,000.00 is now in its Perpetual Care Trust fund, for which The First National Bank of Miami acts as trustee. This fund is steadily increasing and is the largest of its kind owned by any exclusively Jewish cemetery in Miami. It guarantees you a Burial Estate in surroundings that will always be maintained at the highest level of beauty and perfection. OYERVOOO JEWISH FAMILIES REPRESENTING DADE COUNTY'S FINEST, HAYE ALREADY WISE THE FISST NATIONAL BANK • '-• %  •• • ••-* m H| >• >LOU Ml. NeOeC.metory Inc. 0 N. W. r4 ft reel Miami. Florida GWUmiR We net* *iih eesi4ereol> •etisfectien that your Perpetual Car* Truit Fun*" el wMcfc this, tea* IO Trustee eew turidl twi.ooo. May we comm.ne' you en y*ur foresight ana" t —4 plaanma la t riiUM a*4 maintaining a Perpetual Care Trust Fund to assure your property owners thai Mount Nefco will be perpetually maintained an4 kept Beautiful. AH goW wiaaoe for U>e future. aceroly. L vSrpKvrva-s* l 1 T Y SELECTED BURIAL ESTATES IN MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY. MOUNT NEBO IS CENTRAill.Y LOCATED It in easily and q-iirkly reached. Whether you come by bun <>r drive your car you'll find tt accessible. MOUNT NEBO IS FIRMLY ESTABLISHED Miami's oldest exclusively Jewish oentetery has for yearn been a place of solace, inspiration and beauty. AN ATMOSPHERE OK SKKKNI l Y ia evident everywhere ... in Mount Nebo'a luali, green parkway* and its lovely tropical gardens rich with colorful plants and shrubbery. YOUR INVESTMENT IS PROTECTED Your Murml Estate innnot Ix taxed or Weired lor debt It IH non-a a aas nn hle. hen and judgment ppnof. A FIVE-POINT PI.AN .>tti<>n for the entire family and hero ition waMw. WRIT! FOR OITAIIS TODAY MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida Please send me. without obligation, full information on Family Burial Estates in Mount Nebo. CEivIL 1FRV 5505 Northwest 3rd Strt • Phone MO 1-7693 No.. Addrtt City... .Zone.



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Friday. January 22. 1960 +Jmlsfi Fhrknar Page 15-A LI SAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDI FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK 11 Kit KB Y OlVKN l)it the undersigned, dc.-liing to engage In business under the fictitious name of i .I.I'MBIA HOTEL at 119 8.B. lal Avenue. Miami, Fla., Int. mis to register en Id name with tin clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi' County. Florida. MOTEL 8TEWAKT. INC. A Pla. Corp. LEONARD KALIHH Attorney for Applicant 16211 Dul'out Iildn. 1/8-15-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY No. A9C11M1 REAL VALUE HOMEH. INC. a Florid*, corpora lion. Plaintiff. Lonis VOOEL MRH. I.I I IS VOOEL Ill I'.KHT LEE KING A JUSTINE KINO, his wife, CENTRAL INSURANCE AUENCY, INC 'ROBERT W. TIMPBON & MART I A. TIMFSON. his wife. Defendant!). NOTICI BY PUBLICATION |Tt): HCHERT I.KK KINO & JUSTINE KINO, hla wife address unknuu n PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that there [ha* been filed thin day In the above [eiiled Court by Real Value Homes, line, a Complaint to Foreclose a MortIgage and Agreement for Deed on the %  following described Real Property: Lota 37. 3*. the East 8 feet of Lot IS. all lit Block 1 of NORTH H1ALEAH HEIGHTS according to the Mat thereof recorded In Plat Book 27 at page IS of the Public Recorda of l>ade County. Florida. fnu are required to plead or appear Mild Complaint on or before the 5th Bay of February'. 1 by filing a copy [if your answer with the Clerk of this l"ourt and serving a copy of same upon Herman T. lsls. attorney for Plaintiff. 11", Maderla Avenue. Coral Cables 11. Florida otherwise the allegations pt the Complaint will be taken at confessed by > oil. i: B LBATHERMAN, clerk, Circuit Court, Dade lountv. Florida laeal) By: K M LTMAN. Deputy Clerk 1/8-15-22-29 vdmnu BY HENRY LEONARD W nW 'i ANNUAL Oxft>RD-CAMBRIDGE Sunshine Rebekahs to Meet Sunshine Rebckah Lodge 9 will meet Tuesday evening at the Workmen's Circle Auditorium, 25 Washington ave. LEGAL NOTICE "... and therefore, for oil those reatons, we of the affirmative maintain that the latke is superior to the bfintze!" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i. i ,!i. in l. deairina to engage In business under the fictitious name of SOVEREIGN HOTEL al 1385 Collins Avenue. Miami Beech, Florida intend to register laid name with th, of tin circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. RALPH LAt'HMAN JEAN LACHMAN AARON M. KANNER M'oin. Ralph Lachinan and Jean Lachman JV", Security Trust llullding .Miami 32, Florida 1/22-29,2/5-12 L. |N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 60C 47 ELSIE SMITH, plaintiff, lEORna WALLACE SMITH I iitinilant. NOTICE TO APPEAR IROE WALLACE SMITH Addreaa unknown You are hereb) notified that a suit r cll\ orce has been i %  gnawer or pleading to the Bill t'nmptalnl on ..ntlffa atI K.VVII) I.IKItMAN. 21 South [ < stead. Florida. file tl rlginal In the Office of Clerk of the Clicult Court on or Hi.' lath il.iv of February. la." oilier wine the allegations of said fill of ioni|,l t will be taken as ,| li\ \ ou. Dated thla ith day'of January, A.D. E. "*B. LEATHEItMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, I>adr County, Florida s,.,li By: K M LVMAN. Deputy Clerk 1/8-15-23-29 LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 131 JANE SHI'I'I.A. Plaintiff. HARRY BHUPLA, I >efendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HAUltv sin I'l.A UKS AVENOE, MS O. 123. Fleet Poel Office New York, Note York You are In-r.-bx notified that a Bill of Complain) for Divorce has bean filed on, Hid you anrequlr,,l to nerve a ir Anna %  i oi Pleading to the pill of Complaint on the i FRANK E KREE.M ix. '.' %  '• Ainsl. s BuYMIng, Miami, Florida and file the original Anoi Pleading In the office of the of the Tin at Court on a ih. 12th dav of Febroary, l If you fall to 'l %  at bj default will be taken agalnei yon for the demanded In the Mill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks n THE JEWISH KL< HUMAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Floii.la. this 7th day of January. A.D. ISM K I! LEATHEItMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By K. M I.YMA.N Deputy Clerk. l/li-22-2, 2/ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PKKK WAR at number 1880 79th Street in the City of North Bay Village. Florida Intends to register the said name with the Clerk M the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida Dated at North Miami lleach. Florida, this 15th day of January. 1980. PRICE WAR. INC., a Florida Corp. B\ tll.ADV C.HLDMAN. President HNTDER AND YOlNH Attorneys for Applicant 1/22-29, 2/-.-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OlVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslneaa under the fictitious names of ROLLS RECORDS CO., also REOO RD8 ill also M A It C E I. 1. A KERN, also THE I'OLKA DOTS, also THE PI.ElMiKS, also THE NOCTURNES at MS Bay Drive. Miami Pea, li. Intendto register said names NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that %  he undersigned, desiring to engage In hislneea under the fictitious name of •ANDI.EI.IC.HT INN at 3131 Combodore Plain. Miami Intends to regeter said name with the Cleik of the I'll cult Court of Dade County. Florida. CANDLELIGHT INN, IMC. (a Fla eon i Owner CE881 ER, OARS, ROTH Attorneys foi Applicant il>:.\ s\V 1st sir. et l/g-13-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. SOC 42 IARIE I.. CLARK. Plilntiff. LLBBRT M. CLARK, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: ALBERT M. CLARK Residence Unknown. I You are hereby notified that a complaint for divorce haa been filed Igalnal vou, and you are required to k, > %  oopj of your answer or "'her bidding to said complaint on JilalnUfPa attorney, C.corge N. McDonell. lot lllscavne Rulldlng. Miami. Florida, and file the original In the office bf the Clerk of the above court on or before the 8th day of February. 19o. Otherwise the allegations of eakl cumblalnt will be taken aa conieaaed by rou. Dated January ., 19S0. B. B LEATHERMAN, Of*;,, I Circuit Couit. Dade <""unttr. ITorlda laeal) B) WM W STOOKINO, Deputy Clerk ^^ l/8-lS-*t- \N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4M57-B IN RE: Estate of HIED FEKtil'SON ised. NOTICE TO CREDITOe* sTo All Credltora and All Persons Having Claim* or Demands Against Bald V-srate: You are hereby notified and reif.ir.••! to pieaent any claims and de. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first Publication hereof, or the game will barred, VI MOSS Executor 1F.N ESREN Attorney )"H Se\bold Building Miami. Florida ,/,.,5-M-SI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. SOC 306 In re Adoption of f within D nx by ROBERT M. SHiHiAN. a/k/a RT SHOOAN, and. joined by his wife. ELLEN s BHOQAN, aa letitlonera. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DANIEL l CE8ARZ &C39 Trenton, Detroit, Michigan „__. !" I r TO I A R i: HEREBY NO. IM1.D that a Petition foi Adoption pi thla Dlgne Ceaaix. a niiii"i M fll.d. and you ar< required to appear, ,„ ., V( ,, ,,. u oi your answei. oi ,,„, pleading to the PaJRWni on petltlonera' attorney, M. JAY %  < %  >•I.INER, Suite 1404, lllacayne Building;, Miami. Florida, and f.lthe original ,„ %  pleadlna In Ihe Ofl the Clerk of the Circuit curt on r befort the i .Hi day of lei.iu..i>. 196. If vuu fall to do so. a D 1 io Confeaao will be taken against >""'"' the relief prayed for In the PetItlon DONE AND ORDERED al Miami Florida, this I2tn da>' %  • January. 10 K B. LBATHERMAN, Clajtk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. SOC 301 GLORIA OI-ADSTONE. Plaintiff. DAVID \5LADSTONE. ^'JU'TFOR DIVORCE TO: DAVID GLADSTONE 415 East 32nd Street Mw York City. New Yora DA V 1 D tiLADSTONE. are notified .hat a HIM "f CtejW. for Divorce haa been filed KAREN RECORDS INC. a Florida I'm |ioi a l i-.n SAM WICI.ER. Pre* I 1.\-22-29. 2/5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 356 CONSTANCE BARHAM, '•Iff. \ %  KINOSLKY R BARHAM 1. '. n lant. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION Tl i KINCr I i.v R B \I:IIA.M p \i B Bog Y< li.', KING8LEY R BARH \M i to th. romplatnt for Dli on tl Iff's ..Horn. \V.\1.I I i %  %  • / i 32. Florida, ami file the oi Igin il In the office of %  h< i 'ii %  Hi' n or i„ f..,,. he nil day of Ki l0: otherwise a a.ill By K. M I.YM \N. Deputy ci.rk. 1/13-22-29.2/5 Remodeling Boom On Miami Beach Miami Beach has just completed h ,hl < lrrk f "*• '•' rcuit Court ..f a record $3,000,000 year in resi"" de dential rcmodelings. For a city its size, with few more than 6,000 private homes, this volume of home improvement activity is a strong indication that Beach residents enjoy living where thr-v are. More than 60 percent of Ihe Mi ami Beach homes arc more than ten years old now, and remodeling offers their owners the mol practical way to remain on the Beach in up-to-date quarters. Th* alternative is to purchase a now homo. But with land pricos having doubled on the Beach within the last ton years, and with unimproved property no longer widely available, the prospect often holds little enthusiasm lor present home owners. According to Jack Harris, for four years a specialist in home ad ciitions, opportunities for remodeling are probably greater on Miami Beach than any place else in South Plorida. "The older homes," he notes, "are built on large plots of ground, making possible the addition of almost aay type of room. And whereas many new homes are built initially with Florida rooms, the older Miami Beach homes are having them added, replacing the oncepopular porch or sun parlors." Garages, widely found with older Beach homes, also account for a large part of the remodeling volume. Increasingly, they are being converted to more practical use as utility rooms, play rooms, or additional bedrooms and baths. Carports arc being added, he said. Opera Seeking Singers Miami Beach Civic Orchestra conductor Barnett Btceskin is now working on the orchestra's concert presentation of "La Traviata." Male and female roles are still not filled, and auditions may be arranged with Breeskin at 1100 Washington ave. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4M5 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4*500 C IN RE: KSTATK OK JACK K RXNOLBB I 't'( e-*ii S# J '1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and AU I'eixutia H>vIIIK Clalnui or DemandM Against Said Katate: You, and eaeh of you are hereby notified and required to present any clalmH and demands which you, or either of you, muv have against the eatate of JACK E R1NOLER deceaaed late of Dade County, hloilda. to the Honorable County Judges of liaile County, and file the same in their offleea In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight .calendar months from the date ef the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal adM the claimant and to la.aworn In and presented as aforesaid, oi same uill be barred. See Section 7ill6 of the I•: Probate Act. Hated January 12, A I' 1H60. THAN K RINQLER As Co-Kxccutrlx of the l-ast Will and Testament of Jack K. Kingler .I sell PHILIP i MILLER in? Lincoln lloail Miami BeSch. Florida Attorn, > fin Exi 1 U-tS-1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 58C 3896 l.i.CIS HENRY DALEY, Plaintiff, RAE MARIE DALBY, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl I: l.i %  IS HENRY DALEY, l: R 1 Invllle, Illinois Ti if ARK 1 V V ITIF1E11 I :, Petition in i %  til • l n 11. %  i.. hereb) req "f w. r to said i" i' ii M" 'I • iff's. Attorney, OEOROE N. Ma. I iNELL, ne Bldg., MlYou hereby plaint against you. and you are requlre.1 to %  arve a eony of rOOT Answer or PleadI^g t," the Hill of Complaint_on the pUln.lffAttorney. I.KBOWITZ AM BELLER, ~0 riret street. MUml Beach. Florid, and file the "'''"'• Answer or Pleading In the office oj rk of Hie Chen t Oourt on or the lith day %  r. !<>• fall to do ao. Judgment b\ default l" t-e taken against ii, f demanded In Uie BUI of s,, ORDERED at Miami. ,f January. • ,' i*. cWk. ill Collll (aeall Bv: W.M M ST<>CKIX<1. (mm *" l.,k. .WITT. HKLLBR R" la. JES-077* Attorney, for Plaintiff ^.^^ /4 LEGAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTI1 ITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS IIKItKHV (5IVEN ihn: Die nii.leisiuii.il. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I ll-ST \ HAR at IS?. it h Avenue. North Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Floi Ida. JOYCE TO.MMK.lt DA ML ALYCE BBBKK Fajual Pal tnera l/:-!9. NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VKN that %  gage In I no .me ill at numbei i-.'n 7th North B lag*. Florid, til' said name with the Clerk of tl Cull Courl of Hid. County, Florida. I'Hted nt Noi ih Miami I id.i. this r.th day of January, 190. CI'T ItATF.. INC., a Florida cup. IH %  H >LDMAN, President BNY1 •! II i\i i v< il Attomeyi for Amiiu-ant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY fllVBN that the underalgned, deairina lo iingags in inder Ihe fictitious name of I %  ONDCIT NIPPLE MANUPACTUB l\i; rii nF Fl.i'ltll'A at 578 \\ Itttl M. Ili.ileah Intends to register said •lam. uuh th. Clerk ..f ihe Court of ii.i.ie County, Fi la. CMtlDA PIPE AND NIPPLE Ml i; CO., INC i Fla. Corp. MIl.Ti N S I RIEDM \N Ml..: ii. \ ant *%  i/i S ,-a../ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION >N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 244 MIRIAM DAVIS SMI III Plaintiff RAYM) IND I.KK SMITH 11. i. ii,lant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Hi RAYMOND I.KK SMITH You RAYMOND LEE SMITH. Jl Huffman Prlve, llami'ton, Virginia are hereby notified that a BUI of •omplalnt for 1 >lvorce has laprn filed igalnst you. and you are requited to servf i-tp> "' your Answer or PleadiiK to the Bill of Complaint on the ilalntlff's Attorney, Marvin Hchttd, :s N \V Ith Street. Homestead. Kim 'da and file the original Ans.i at Pleading In the office of the Clerk of be Circuit Cunt on or before the 16th day of JanuaiA. AM !'.">"• i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Had.County, e'l.r.da By: K M LYMAN. Deputy Clerk. QEOROE N MacDONELL Attorney f..i Defendant Rae Marie Daley 1/8-13-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nam.of I.IK TAYLOR'8 BTEPH TO BEAUTY at 1711 Ponce de Leon iioulevnrd. Coral Cables. Florida Intend to reK,n I num. wiih the Clerk of the lit C.uirt of Dade County. Florida. LEE ROY FKW1.ER I'KTKIt VIZZI Ownera BERNARD Hl'TNEB At tot 'lev for 11 n. U •• ||] ini.ia II Hiding Miami 32. hortd. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICI-: IS HBRBHY OIVHN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of I.KNTON ItK.M.TY at s". N.E. 174th Drive. North Miami lleach Intend, to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F,Ur1*NEIL LKNT.N l/l-t-U-iS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY C1VKN that 1.1 of February. IM0. If you fall to it^he ulern%ned jdeeirlng t.i; ewae J" by default will be .business under the fictitious name of lo an, Juilgnient aken against you for the relief dr %  nsnded in the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once iach week for four consecutive weeks In THF. JEWISH I-1XR1DIAN. DONK AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ISth day of January. A.D. 1M0. E. B LEATHBRMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florid, (seal) By K M I.YMAN Defiuly Clark. l/is-a-M. 2/:> FATHER & SON CI.FANKRS TAILORS at 9J2-71st St. Miami Beach, Fla, 224 14th St. Miami Beach, fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CELLA OREENHERO, Sole Proprietor PAUL KWITNEY. Attorney of the Law Firm of Berkell Kwltney 420 Lincoln Road I/1 .,. l; 21 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 1 onroit \TIOX Of TUTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FR :t i •.%



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Pa Si JI F \ of du SU of so he pc Pi su vi "\ at tc ai h u is v. v I b s ii r Page 16-B Jmisfifhr**' !" Friday, January 22, IQMI RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER, DIRECTOR AT S?5v?5S o. TOO. xmr* !" \ I r T*3 4 OOAMTITY RIGHTS RESERVED meat and V pQutf*v W! SEll U.S. CHOICE and U.S. PRIME MEATS frkts Effective All Week LAMBSALE! The finest KOSHER U.S. Gov't. Inspected Lamb is now at lowest prices ever! For the greatest savings and finest quality shop Food Fair Kosher Markets! GENUINE SPRING BABY LAMB CHOPS LB. GENUINE SPRING LAMB SHOULDER CHOPS Lamb Necks ._ 19< LB. 89 79 £ ( or Shanks.. LB Lamb KOSHER MADE "— MADE f Patties....49 c FIRST CUT BREAST OF BEEF 98 LB. SECOND CUT LEAN TRIMMED FLANKEN. 79 LB. LB. 59 FRESH KOSHER MADE Ground Beef. 2 Lbs. $ 10 9 STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Wed 8 to 6 TT T"" —— %  %  ff^o^^Thurs. 8 to 9 Fri.8to3 ...-.. o TO t Frj, s f 0 3 NOW FOUR FINE KOSHER MARKETS Tn —' 63,d ST. SHOPPY CENTER M „ ^ TOSERV E YOU EVEN BETTER 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 19th ST. AT ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH I 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVE. JRA BONUS AT FOOD TAIR



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Friday, January +Je*i" %  •. anls division co-chairmen. |gj|{jj *%* *"* %  Page 3-A Segal, Louis Spector, The important event, which is Stanley Tate, Jack Taylor, David Ihc first major campaign function M. Woolin and Martin Woo]in. be sponsored by one of CJA's industrial divisions, will be jicid at the home of Harold Chas\\n, 30 Palm ave., Palm Island. Special guest will bo Joseph Aeyerhoff, prominent building nd real etae developer and president of Hw Joseph Meyerhtoff Company in Baltimore. He chairman of the National torn* Builders' Division of the Jnited Jewish Appeal. |Irving (Binj) Kossoff, a CJA conairman in charge of Trades and Irnfo.sions, will assist Kovens and anis in planning the dinner af-! Beach resident at 1941 Liberty ave. lir. Bessarabia-born, Ackerman came A number of financiers and 1 bankers who will join with the builders' group in support of the: affair include Sidney Aronovitz, Shepard Broad, Arthur Courshon. Sam F. Danels, Nathaniel Elkins, Jack Gordon, Melvin Green, A. 3. Harris, Paul Marks, E. Albert Pallot, David Stuzin, and Josepli Weintraub. Youth Groups Form Commission Newly-formed Youth Commission has been organized at Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood under (he chairmanship of Sam Rothfarb. Program for the senior and junior United Synagogue Youth groups, as well as the two Temple youth organizations, was presented by Rabbi S. Mendelowitz, education director, at a recent meeting of the Youth Commission, which will coordinate these affiliates. the activities of Dr. Milton Graditor, psychiatrist, has been designated to conduct future panels relating to teenagers. Dr. Murray Diner and Milton Klier will coach the group's sports teams. Liaison with the Youth Commission is Bruce Richman, whose chairman is Manuel. Solomon, Temple president. AKNDti ACKtKMAH Yiddish Author Moves to Miami Yiddish author Mendel Ackerman is now a permanent Miami due to appear this spring by Yidbuch Publishers of Buenos Aires. Still a third volume, "Another Among members of the construe,0 tne United States in 1907 and industry who will serve as s^Hed in New York. His first volDr P from the Old Well. will be ume of short stories, "On Near and published in Israel in the near fuDistant Paths," first appeared in ture Ackerman will leave for Isan ice chairmen of the Construction %  vision are Morton Adler, James Ibert. Norman Arkin, David |umberg. Morris Burk, Arthur A. pssor. Moe Feingold, Irving Feld|an, Gere S. Fisher and David Iceman. Richard Flink, Morris Fox, Jack bines, Julius Gaincs, Ben Giller. iron Goldman, Allan Greenberg. krbert Heftier, Sheldon Kay and % in Kravitz. Morris Lapidus, Bennett Lifter, PNOTISM AND SELF-HYPNOSIS lines* of the mind and body miracklonsiy respond* to Hypnotherapy. \fo combats bad habits; Smoking; )rmk ng; insomnia; Female Disorders; Complexes; Nervous Tension; lack of Confidence; Overweight; npotency; Allergies; Etc. Improve ourseif mentally and physically. DR. W. H. APPIWY. Ms D. Fla.'s Only Hypnotherapy Clinic 24 S.W. 42*4 Ave. HI e-e033 Copyright 1SW Ackerman is a regular contributor to the "Kanader Adler," of Montreal; "Der Weg," Mexico City; and "Mexikaner Leben," also published in Mexico City. In addition, his writings appear in "Der Yiddisher Journal" of Toronto. rael just prior to Passover to dis cuss the publication project there. He will be accompanied by his wife, Yocheved, a member of the distinguished Nahum Sokolow family. Prior to moving to Miami Beach. Ackerman presented his 2,000-vol ume library to the Jewish Labor A new volume of short stories. Committee, which will shortly turn In the Labarynth of Life/' is I it over to Israel. 'Corsage for You' Request Period Extended to 4 Weeks Before Ceremony So many mothers have been taking advantage of The Jewish Floridian's offer of a free corsage on the occasion of the Bas and Bar Mitzvah of their son or daughter that the request period was advanced Wednesday hi order to facilitate making the arrangements. "Corsage for You" is the name INSURED SAVINGS EARN % PER ANNUM (CURRENT HATE) Flogler at First One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest JZ)ade Federal t/AVNGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI JOSiPH M UPTON. President V 5 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County RESOURCES EXCEED 146 MILLION DOLLARS, of The Jewish Floridian feature which makes available without charge a corsage by arrangement .with the Blackstone Flower Shops. But notice of request is i four weeks, instead of the weeks required previously. These are the simple rules to follow in order to receive your free corsage: Address a postcard to "Corsage for You," c/o The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., at least 28 days prior to the date of the Bas or Bar Mitzvah ceremony. List the following details: e Your name, address, and telephone number, e Name ot the confirmand. e Date of the Bas or Bar Mitzvah. e Place where the ceremony will be observed. The corsage will come to you free of charge in time to wear for the occasion. Don't put it offput it on! Re-Roof 3 WRITTIN •UARANTH UCWUD 4. INSUMD PAY MINTS ARRANftft "AT roffi fiincr For Free Ettlasete PWMM OX 1-1321 Re-Roofing & Repairing ACM* WPfLYCO. KT0M.W 1 M.W. 75th ST. GOLFERS •eia Ceatleeeco with NEW GRIPS AH Styles AvaileMs tetheft:**. Refiniffeief Atteratiees GOFFS M P0NC FIRST JOB? 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Page 12-A mJtttM fUrMton Friday, January 22. I960 T ]• O li n J d Conscious A wareness of Spiritual Crisis By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS Principal, Hebrew Academy As* we enter our" 13tn year, (he Bar Mitzvah year of the ftebrew Academy, it is most appropr.ate that we seriously evaluate our assets and accomplishments as the only community sponsored Day School in the entire region. The Hebrew Academy will hold il 12th annual dinner Sunday at the Fontainebleau hotel. In thii article, the Academy's principal discusses some aspects of the Hebrew Day School movement in the United States. When we opened our doors 12 years ago. six brave parents registered their kindergarteners in a one-room school. This was considered the beginning of an experiment in Jewish education. In those years. Day School education was still a controversial issue, looked upon with a measure of skepticism and suspicion. As the school grew, classes uere added, and as registration soared, these same doubters soon became ,;ur greatest proponents and supporters. And today, aft*% 12 years, we may proudly boast of an enrollment of more than 300 students in our preschool, elementary and junior high school departments. It it difficult to list all the factors which have contributed to the unprecedented growth of the Day School movement. No doubt the birth of the State of Israel, the substantial waves of Jewish immigration in the late 40's and early 50's, and the terrible holocaust that visited Europe during World War II awakened American Jews and challenged them with the responsibility of assuring the survival of a dynamic American Jewry on these shores. There's little doubt, too, that the general religious revival which has become part of the American cultural mileau, however superficial some may regard it, has made a definite imprint upon the American Jew. As significant as those causes ;REPHUN'S HEBREW; BOOK STORE RASBI AltXANDtB GROSS natural program may be. they serve as mere stepping stones to the real issue. To me, the major factor responsible for the fantastic strides made in Day School education is the conseioui awareness of the average American Jewish parent to the spiritual crisis which he experiences within himself. In his great desire to adjust to the American way of life, the average American Jew could find little compatibility between his Jewishness and his Americanism. At every turn in his social and cultural life, he encountered a clash between his heritage and the American way of life. Naturally, it was more convenient to drop his Judaism. This consequently led to the almost spiritual extinction of an entire generation, woefully referred to as the "lost generation." During the past two decades, the birth of the Day School movement on the American-Jewish scene was the answer to this perennial quest of a harmonious blending of these two great traditions. By presenting the complete complex of general and Jewish learning to the child in one integrated program of education, the Day School reduced the possibilities of a dichotomy being formed in the chiUTs mind. In"the Day"ScWI, Judaism and Americanism are harmonised to present a well thought-out and complete philosophy of life for our pupils. Both parents and students find that the most unique feature of the Day School is the naturalness of its program. Within the same school and under one roof, the child receives his complete studies. The same desk which he uses for his science and history is also used for Chumash and Mishna. The same report <-ard contains the listing of his Hebrew, as well as English subjects and grades. In his school, Judaism, pride in his heritage and religious observance are not merely subjects to be studied, but to be practiced and lived. His Hebrew teacher may be as modern and as American as his English teacher, and his English teacher may be as observant and as learned as the Hebrew teacher. This is perhaps what Herman Wouk in his fine best seller, "This is My God," refers to as "The New Learning." It is this new learning which has captured the hearts and imagination of the modern Jewish parents—thus bolstering the nationwide Day School enrollment of more than 40,000 students. It is not surprising, therefore, that Orthodox. Conservative. Reform, Hebraist. Yiddishist, Zioni.st and other national groups arc endorsing and establishing allday institutions. The leaders of. these national organizations who are so we11 'artju3\hted'wtrh 'Jewish youth and. with the Jewish educational problems look to the Day School pupils for the future members to fill the file and rank of these groups and to assume the positions of leadership and direction. For it is only in these school' that the Jewish youth of today may emerge the well informed and intelligent lay leader of tomorrow. The time has come, these lead crs realize, when Judaism and a heritage of 3,000 years cannot be transmitted in a long-playing Bar Mitzvah record played to a tired body and unreceptive mind An education that is l?sting and enduring must begin a* an early age and must become part of the personality, character and philosophy of the student. The Jewish people have always recognized their basic responsi bility for financing worth while educational endeavors. We humbly submit that the record of the Hebrew Academy for the past 12 years has more than fulfilled the expectations of its founders. As a community school we turn to the citizens and leaders of the Greater Miami community to accord the Hebrew Academy its rightful place in the cutural structure of our fair city. Lou Goldin, newly-installed president of Southweet Jewish Center, with Rabbi Maurice Klein at recent function here, which featured an Indian theme. Mrs. Sarah Sive Czech offered the invocation. Laraest and Oldest Hebrew Supply House in Greater Miarr rYHOUSAlf end Rf 7 All Complete Line of Hebrew Supplies. 4 tor Synagogues. Hebrew and Sunday Schools ISRAEL I 4 GIFTS and NOVELTIES Rabbi Renders Invocation Rabbi Alfred Waxman. president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.. was special guest and rendered the invocation at a Tuesday business session of the Nat i 0 n a I Independent Automobile Dealers Assn. at its 13th annual convention at the Eden Roc hotel. The convention met here Jan. 1" through 19. NIADA convention 250 Pay Tribute to Philanthropists At Jewish Theological Seminary Dinner More than 250 guests paid tribute for women students at the TeachMonday to Mrs. Jennie Grossinger j ers Institute of the Seminary in and Samuel J. Goldfarb as the two New York, philanthropists received the cov-1 ', eted Eternal Light Award from A feature the evening was the the Jewish Theological Seminary' Presentation, on stape. of "Sholom of America at a dinner in their A eichem Mee s Mark Twain," honor at the Hollywood Beach hos,arr,n 8 Morris Carnovsky and tel. Jon n Beal. The play was especially v^.^i „„ • „ written by James Yaffe and Wil Noted personalities from all over :, a m Rose, the United States and Canada saw | Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellorl Benjamin Tobin was toastmas of the Seminary, present inscribed ,er of ,ne evening, and Dr. Max statuettes to the recipients fori A rzt vice chancellor of the Semitheir "years of dedeciated service i nar ydelivered an address. Dr. j in the cause of brotherhood and | rv,ine I-ehrman. spiritual leader of human dignity." Mrs. Grossinger and Goldfarb, both of whom are residents of Miami Beach, have won recognition in this country and abroad for their manifold contributions to education, religion and culture. Miami Attorney To be Heard Ben Essen, attorney and humorist, will "go dramatic" for the National Council of Jewish Women's mid-year bruncheon on Wednesday. Feb. 3, at the Algiers hotel. Co-starring with Essen in "The Day I Received My Gold Watch," will be Maurice Pearlstein, director of the Jewish Home for the Aged, and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, president of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations. The production will be directed by Gordon Bennett, of the Drama Department at the University of Miami, and will illuminate in playform the program for the afternoon. "It's Sooner Than You Think." To Live in Hearts We Leave hV-'- !" ">9" overage Do* CooT lr,£T^, SCh l '" — -* %  *! • I f. in THE LEAR SCHOOL NURSERY through HIGH SCHOOL : Temple Emanu-EI, offered the in' vocation. Hosts for tho function were Mr. and Mrs. Tobin, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Green, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. Green, Halperin, Sapiro and Tobin also served as chairmen of the dinner, with Dr. Bernard Mil I man as associate chairman. Mrs. Grossinger is national honmens Residence Hall orary president of the Women's Residence Hall campaign, and Mrs. Sarah Czech, also of Miami Beach is national honorary vice chair' 1 man. C.oldfarb established a Fellow ship at the Seminary several years ago in the name of Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser. of the Forest Hills Jew' ish Center in New York. PALMER'S MEMORIALS %  Miami; Only /ewftft *r>ffmef %  u.lJtrs" Scheduled U-.ve.lm9s Proceeds of the dinner benefitendowment fund of the and the campaign to SUNDAY, JANUARY 24 Mt. Meae Cemefery ISRAEl ZIIK.N, 1 p.m. Rabbi YM^OV Rosenberg Ml. Sim.i MamorM Park Cemetery MORRIS 6ERTZ. 2 ..... "May Their Souls Repote in Eternal Peace''' ARRANGEMENTS tV PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. WRS. IDA R. LEAR; Director RICHARD E. LEAR, P r nc i pa Adler Unveiling rht dtdicatum of a mmmmnu '" ''" "tawrj ,.( ta Ui e BESSIE AOLER fanaenS aj 701 14th p\ a(t m*m Beat* will uke place Sunday. 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Friday, January rt, 1960 • kwlst) fhrkUan Page 11-B British Nazis Warn Leaders Will beJTaken as Hostages LONDON—(JTA)—A self-styled spokesman for the "British Nazi Movement" telephoned the office of Chief Habbi Israel Brodic here and warned that leading British Jew* would be taken as "hostages" against any actlop by the Adenauer government in West Germany to punish •Cerman nationalists." 1 A si milar -wB, wcy hwd by a Anglo Jewish Association, warned press association, identified Sidney that the wave of anti s mit j c ac Silverma*. % Labor M.P., Ian Mitivity in London and other parts, kardo. a former member of Parof lhe world .. revealf the p^.j Lament, and Dr. Barnett Stross, ctollI fascination which Nazism tre M.P., a the first three 'hos continues to have." He praised the tagea." West German Government for' The Jewish Chronicle was warn-1 -.peedy and energetic action" but ed by telephone that the next move i criticized it for continuing to emuould be "a bomb at your floorp i oy well-known former'Nazis in step. Scotland Yard get its first lead to the vandals who hava been defacing Jewith-ewnad end occupied bwildinga in the British capital when a Jewish Telegraphic Agency editor recorded e telephoned threat from a man describing himself as a epekeemen for the "British Naii Movement." The JTA editor who took the call, switched on the recording apparatus as soon as the caller identified himself. Later, Criminal Investigation Department officers high office in the government and the judiciary and in allowing them to play an important part in the education of young Germans. The government's "unwillingness to act in theee spheres/' he •aid, "has dona great harm. Nor have the Germans as e whole bean lad to a full realization of the enormities they had committed egainst Jews and others." Speaking in a building which earlier in the day had been a target of anti-Semitic violence, Chief Rabbi Brodic gravely told an audi ence 'tonight I speak with a cerlistened to the recording and took: uin amoun of bilterness ^.^ possession of the tape. on the walls outside this building The anonymous caller, described \ there have been evidences of a reby the JTA editor as "well-spoken." surgence of that bestial movement warned that "if, on Jewish presthat was responsible for the dosures, German nationalists arc struction of so many towns and persecuted by the German authori] villages in Eastern Europe." ties for their attitude toward the Jews, the British Nazi movement will conduct I campaign against Jewish property all over Britain." R. N. Carvalho, president of the The gathering, which met to eel ebrate the centenary of Sholem Aleichem, noted Yiddish writer. took place in a hall in Woburn House where curtains were drawn to mask a broken window. Anti! Jewish slogans were smeared on Sisterhood of Temple Judea heard' the walls outside. Among other Dr. Marvin Isaacson, psychiatrist, buildings in Britain daubed with in a lecture Wednesday on "Frusthe swastika was a Catholic church tration in Women Today." | In Dartford, Kent. Psychiatrist in Talk -— STERLING m Silver Pen ORIGINAL BIBLICAL SCENES MOTIFS ENGRAVED IN ISRAEL Collectors Item $3.85 Uses Standard Refills Ideal Gift Ladies Model $3.75 Only Prepaid Orders Accepted Specify Model Allow 4 Weeks Delivery or Add XX for Air Mail American Bank Referrals or This Newspaper ARYEH GIFT COMPANY 2 Yafeh Nof, Tel Aviv, Israel SEND TO MNS %¡ LADIES' %¡ M£N'S cny Stole Chech lecleeed fer $ Miamians Will Get Awards Three Miamians. who have graduated from the Hebrew Theological College, now a part of the .1 J^li i,nii.i-i "v of A IHKUT' icago, III., will be singled out for special awards, according to Herman Eisenberg. national executive director of the development and building fund of the school. Eisenberg, who is himself a Miamian, lives at 4421 Sheridan ave. He arrived from Chicago this week to make trre-errangeinents and to select individuals for the awn These Miami residents, accord-ifl iftj*"--*—" have bpee active 1 in the erection of the $300,000 jlibrary on the campus of the university, which is now nearing completion. Eisenberg was formerly executive director of the Hebrew Acadjemy for many years. IA*l fAIHCLOTH Foircloth Files For State Senate Earl Faircloth, 39-year-old Miami attorney and chairman of the Florida Committee for Fair Representation, has announced his candidacy for the State Senate. "The people of Dade county have been short-changed for too Ions by their State Government." said Faircloth, "and it is with the hope of changing this situation that I am seeking this office. "Dade countians have-been shortchanged in the matter of representation in their State Legislature. %  they have been short-changed oni roads, and have been short-chang-, ed on schools." Faircloth, who reportedly led the state-wide fight against the proposed reapportionment amendment which was rejected at the polls last November, said that if elected ha will "continue to fight for fair representation and for the right of the people %  themselves to initiate amendments to the Florid* constitution whon the Legislature fails or refuses to carry out the wishes of the people." Faircloth said he will announce a detailed platform shortly, but added "I make one pledge right; now. That is that if elected as State Senator I will never use my j position as a member of the Legis lature for personal gain. Faircloth, a member of the law j firm Hector, Faircloth and Rut ledge, is a former chairman of the Dade County Bar Asan. Speakers' Bureau and Educational TV Committee. He is currently a member of the Florida Bar Committee on World Peace Through Law and Unauthoriied Practice of Law. An honor graduate of the University of Florida, he served two terms as president of the Student Body, and was a member of Florida Blue Key and the University Hall of Fame. He also served as state president of the Future Farmers of America while in high school. He and his wife, the former Wilma Smith, of Jackson. Tenn., are the parents of two children, Amy. 10, and David, 7. They own a home at 7940 SW 50th ct. Faircloth is a deacon of the University Baptist Church, where he also teaches a Sunday school class for young men. To bin to Head (IF Division Leonard Tobin, partner In Tobin and Rose Insurance agency, Miami Beach, has been named cochairman of the insurance division [of United Fund of Dade County. Tobin, a member of the pioneer I Tobin family that came here 43 i years ago, predicts "100 percent participation from the insurance agents of the Miami Beach area." 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Friday. January 22, 1960 +Je*lst fhrktinr Page 9-B yours, W ESTVIEW Country Club held its first formal fashion show and dinner dance of the season Saturday nigh?. Fashions were by Mister Wyatt, but the audience vied with the models for fashion excitement. Mrs. Lester Russin was in an oyster white satin sheath. The front neckline was tucked and pleated with panniers caught over the shoulders into a tucked drape and continued down the back hemline where they turned under into a harem drape. The gown had its own matching theatre coat. A cut velvet floral pattern was featured on Mrs. Charles Kahn's dress of black silk faille. Her bodice was of sheer silk organza, and her bolero jacket had push up sleeves. Mrs. Alex Strauss was in a Mediterranean blue chiffon featuring a cowled neckline and sheath skirt with draped pouf on one side, completing its panels in a harem hemline. Visiting from Chicago, Mrs. I .ins Zahn wore a beautiful gown of black and white silk chiffon. The black bodice had a deep V neckline, with the funneled kiinona sleeve to the elbow. The white skirt was extremely full, and her rhinestone-studded belt was a-ymetrically draped with the unite chiffon. Her shoes were white satin and trimmed with rhincstones. Mrs. Albert Rosenthal selected an aquamarine warped silk chiffon with the entire bodice in small pleats and flattering harem hemline. Her aqua Jewelry perfectly matched the color of her gown, and her satin shoes were dyed to match. Navy blue was the color chosen by Mrs. Max Pepper. Her gown was in French chantilly lace over several layers of nylon tulle. The bodice was fitted with a scooped neckline outlined in navy sequins, and her short sleeves were cuffed in lace. The bodice was reembroidered with miniature paillettes, and her skirt featured an apron front. • • • kJRS. Marvin Silvers wore a m black silk chiffon with a decollete neckline. The front Red and white woven cotton two-piece ensemble with controlled fullness in the skirt featuied this stunning oatfit at West view Country Club's formal dinner dance and fashion show Saturday night. Commentary was by Edith Apolebaum. plunged into a low V, and even lower latticed back. The fabric was all in the full circular skirt. In emerald green peau de soie was Mrs. Julian Rickles. Her short sleeves of draped chiffon continued down the back to free flowing panniers at the hemline. Mrs. baTidNathan chose a black silk organza with a jabot styled insert in the bodice of reembroidered chantilly lace. The white lace was studded with white caviar beads and rhine stones. Her neckline dipped to a back V, and her skirt was full. The classic shirtwaist was dressed up in champagne colored satin and black chantilly lace and was worn by Mrs. Lewis Capland. The full skirt was pan neled three-quarters of the wav down with the lace, and ended each panel with the natural wide scallops. The scallops were repeated in miniature down the buttoned front. Mrs. Jack L. Daner looked stunning in black chantilly lace over accordion-pleated nylon tulle. Her squared neckline fed tured the new chasublu line to the waist in the front, and was carried over the shoulders to a V in the back. The lace bodice was reembroidered in black sequins, and the skirt was quite bouffant. • • • A definite conversation piece ** was trrc sheath worn by Mrs. Charlyne Coolik. The antique fabric was from the robe of a Japanese emperor, and was an embroidered black satin. The back was scooped almost to the waist, and she wore a short evening coat of red satin. Her satin shoes matched her coat. Mrs. Denis Quitncr selected a black brocaded satin. Her neck t ine was scooped both front and iack. and her sleeves came to the elbow. The controlled fullness in the skirt was emphasized with hip-length panniers trimmed in black silk fringe. In tones and shades of browns was Mrs. Judd Breakstone. Her gown was a burnt almond silk chiffon sheath, wfth a swirled drape across the front, ending in a flounce in the back. Her ensemble was completed with a theatre coat, brocaded in brown asd muted leaf green. Whit e Elephant Sale Shoshana chapter of B'nai B'rith I Women will meet Tuesday, 8:13 {p.m., at Temple B'nai Sholem, : 16800 NW 22nd ave. The evening will be highlighted by a white elephant sale. Mrs. Murray Skup is I president. A Memorable for Yow y — f i ftfi • Recreofion • Sports • Artt, Croft* and • Field Programs Norton Segal winter Addraaa: 44 SW Srd St., ... Miami, Fia. Miami, FU.-hone FR 8-2820 Grade "A" NC Bd. of Health 'Revelation Night' Tuesday Murray Solomon Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans Post 243, will hold a "Revelation Night" on Tuesday, 8 p.m., at American Legion Hall. 303 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables. Chairman is Mrs. Simon Sutta. Sisterhood Installs Sunday Dora Stein Sisterhood will hold Its' installation of officers on Sunday evening at the Israelite Center. Mrs. Norman Shwedel will be installed as president. Rabbi Morton Malavsky is installing officer. Beth Sholom's 18th Anniversary Temple Beth Sholom will launch its 18th anniversary year with a special service to be conducted by Rabbi Leon Kronish on Friday evening, according to Judge Harry Greenberg, president. A "Chai Anniversary" dinner will be tendered the following evening at the Americana hotel. Mrs. Inez M. Krcnsky is in charge of arrangements, with Mrs. Samuel Beckerman and Mrs. Leon J. Eil as co-chairman. Featured on the program at the dinner Saturday evening will be "The Ballad of Beth Sholom" performed by the religious school choir under the direction of Cantor David Conviser. WATERFRONT APTS. BOAT DOCK 1 A < BEDROOM FURN. OR UNPUFJN. Normandy Ootf Couree Section Secluded Oroundi On 1 Aero Children. %  and over Woleomo SHOREWOOD APTS. 300424 S. 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Roth fo be Speaker Burnett Roth, Miami Beach attorney, will address the next meeting of the Hebrew Academy Women at the Coronet hotel on Wednesday noon, according to Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of the group. Roth's topic is "The Ugly Face of Bigotry." Roth is a member of the national executive committee of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Uk2>OtWto'WB £i CWtftWD JIW1SH APWAl OF GRMTit MM* \\h&hif*iithin$ for a whm>.>*<"*'#? !" aavf


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IP Friday, January 22, 1960 Brotherhood Dinner Chairman Named William B. MacDonald, jr., has iiaen^MiaMU general chairman of the eighth annual Brotherhood dinner. This was announced Wednesday by John Serbin. Dr. C. Doren Tharp and MitcheH Sirgany, co-chairmen of the Florida chapter of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. MacDonald will head a committee of prominent citizens of Greater Miami to enlist support of the NCCJ in its annual fund-raising effort. The avant will ba held an Tvaeday. Fab. 23, at tha Fontaine blaaw hotel. Nearly 1,000 cit izem of rrsa n ara aapactad to attend. At this annual event, tha NCCJ peasants silver medal llana to thraa adults who ara deemed to hava made major contributions to intargroup rele tlons. Awards an also present ed to outstanding high school students. MacDonald is known to Miami citizens as the new owner of the Miami Marlins baseball club. A member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, he has been active in business and fraternal circles. Of his new assignment, MacDonald said. "We all know what the virus of prejudice docs to people and to the community. I am for any effort which promises to deal positively with this disease. The National Conference of Christians and Jews seems to have a method which is effective, I am for them 100 percent, and I invite my fellow-citizens to Join me. To say we arc for Brother y. To say we fight against bigotry and the mind that paints swastikas on I public buildings is to say the obj \ ious and also the necessary' word." + leUtnnrkHrni Page 15-B two Mma, three brother* two staters, n u — ..-I"""r ">>"rntlng the |-.s.,„ W "; I an-Amen, an conference In P, mln."? fc r !" *"" RoOJveil ,d ministration. Surviving Ia nephew ISrSE 1 ^ •'-'-.''": ABRAHAM ENOLE 1!; ?.L !" h K "I!,1 "" d r '"•' | D York J*"," J New Hut-rlvIng are hi-, wife. MllRummage Sale Wednesday Mrs. L. L. Green, 15790 NE 13th ave., and Mrs. George Rosenberg 17860 NE 13th ave, are co-chair men of donations and merchandise to be included in a rumaee sale Wednesday sponsored by the Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. Bob Hope Due At Variety Show Bob Hope will headline the Jan. 28 Variety "Show of Show's" to be held in the Miami Beach Audito num. The annual star-studded production benefits Variety Children's Hospital and is presented by Vanity Club of Greater Miami, Tent 33. Others to appear with Hope include Martha Raye, George DeWitt, Gloria DeHaven and Diosa istello. Edward J. Melnicker is Variety's (hief Barker. Mary Hirschhorn, 68. Passes Away Mary Hirschhorn, of 208 SW 20th ave., died Jan. 14, twelve days after her 68th birthday. She came here 10 years ago from New York City, and was a life member and vice president of the Bikur Chdlim. a life member of the Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged, founder and life member of the Greater Miami lr 1 ni a ao„. Howard. & Hebrew Free Loan Assn., board ch-MH-i AI„!„ ; 'I, "•'*"'•• > %  • > % %  member of the Henrietta Szold %  group of Hadassah. member of the ., ,., MA WELL ESKOW Hebrew Academy Women. Sisterni "J, !?•' SR l'.'. •%* hood of Beth El Congregation, and ;. *•* t. Hope School for Retarded Children Mrs. Hirschhorn is survived by her two daughters, Sylvia Rosenberg and Ruth Rosenberg, both of Miami, and four grandsons. Gary, Michael. Howard and Richard. Services and burial were in New York, with local arrangements by Gordon Funeral Home. V"' ,•" E> ur M i.lMem with burial in ill M11.11 emelerv. Dr. Klepfisz to Speak General meeting of the Labor Zionist Center Organization of Greater Miami will be held on Sun day evening at the Seville hotel under the leadership of Ehiel Lesowder. Rabbi Heszel Klepfisz. journalist historian and hebraist, will address the assembly. Bel* Am Sisterhood Man Temple Beth Am Sisterhood will hold a Valentine's Night affair on Feb. 14 at the Fontainebleau ho tel. Comic Milton Berle. noted television star, will be featured on the program. Mrs. Ernest Sohnen, 940 Andora ave., Coral Gables, is chairman. LEGAL NOTICe IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 47769-C IN RE Estate of CLARA I.IMH.KV HASH 1 SH* aso.l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'.. All Creditors ami All Persona Having Claims ..1 iieinan.ls Against s ,1.1 Bkrtate: v..11 are hereby notified an.i i-sautr••'l to present am claims ..r .1. mauds which you nun have against tha late of Clara Lin.ll.-j K.sli late ,.i l.a.i. County, Florida, to tha i.ountj Judges of Dad* County, ami rue the acme In their offices in the uunt) courthouse In Hade County KI.MI.IM, within eight calendar iwentha rom ill..Int.: of the flint publication ner< of, or the sem.will l ha Wit L. worn.. As Administrator Cum Teals men to tnnexo SIMMKKS WARDEN Attorney — Ht 4-7S11 >4N Ingrahain Building Mlanii It, tiorida 1/21-29. Z/-.-12 7!. ISAAC DeBRUIN si. of u.i. NW Ird at., died Jan. 17. JI He rsnv from New Tork 17 years aV t.ry and was a retired general contractor. BuiVlalac are his wife. Rose; two w>n. st.-ven and William: and two daushters. I n c I u d I n K Mrs. Lillian St-haln. Miami. Services were Jan. m at Riverside Memorial Chapel, W. Mauler at. MRS. BESSIE GOLDBERG of itus M: M ,||. ,,,,. v... v" ,:;"";: %  ,'" of Ha. assa h .-.,M. vf"' 1 ,' n rl ,V-" %  BMn *5 • dsmrht.r. .hilt, •„ ""' '" ur n Services .re | 1M i Vlt-"*' ( .^ m r ) a 1 ''">'•> N..rm.nlv lale. with burial in ilt Nabo Cemc Dr. Wolf son to Speak Dr. Abraham Wolfson. director the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, will be guest speaker Friday evening, 6:30 p.m.. at the Blackstone hotel. Dr. Wolfson will discuss "Ten Rules for "Longevity." IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 48569-B IN l!K K-tate of MORRIS cnHTEZ I it'H',i.-i(l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'crsons Having; Claims or Demands Aainst fald Bartaaa: You are hereby notified and requlre.l to present aoi claims or demands which yoi may have against the estate of MORRIS CORTES deoaa i Iste of fade t'ouiuv, Florida, to the 1 sjit) lodges of Hade County, anie file the same Is their offices in the C.,unty Courthouse in Hade Con Klort.la. within eight calendar root!the 'rom the dale of the first publication hereof, or the same will be bl Inl I8ADORK .iil.TKZ MAX It. SIIAKi: AtVrney fr Rgecutor 922 s.bold Building Miami it. Florida l tt-M, 2 i-11 MRS. CARRIE S. ROUNICK 70SI NE 5th ave.. died Jan. 9. She ame here seven years ago from Philadelphia. Surviving are three sisters, Including Miss Sada Zeltaew. Miami, and two brothers. Albert Zeltscw and Bear) Selta No. Miami Reach Bi v Ices were Jan. 11 at Riverside Memorial Ctuspel. Normandy Isle, with burial In Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Demists' Wives Reception Alpha Omega dental auxiliary ill hold a reception honoring wives of out-of-town guests at a sunshine seminar Friday, 10:30 a.m., :n the home of Mrs. George Graham, 37 Bay Heights dr. The reception will be followed by a trip to Viscaya. EMIL BLAU TJ, of i7 SW 11th st.. died Jan. 6. He came here six years ago from M< N Votk, and was a retired salesman. Surviving are his wife, Henrietta: and two sons. Robert and Harry. He also %  brother and two grandchildran, Barvtcaa were Jan. 8 at (Jordon Kuinial Home. ARNOLD WEISZ 74. of 2S55 SW 25th ave ,l|e,| Dec. 10 Milwaukee. Wla, and waa a retired commercial painter. Surviving are tils wife. Josephine, and four slaters Including Mrs. Rose Saltier and MrHermotna Weiss Sen Ices were Jan J at Riverside Memorial Chanel, W Klagler st.. with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. ADL to be Featured Monthly evening meeting of Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith will be held on Wednesday at the Algiers hotel. Lodge president is Irving Schatzman. The meeting will feature the Anti-Defamation League, and a film will be shown. LEGAL NOTICE MRS. LEAH CHAIN :>. of v. SW 17th ter.. died Jan 7. She came here five years ns N,-w York iurrlvlnaj ..re a daughter, Mrs. ijottie Schwaitx, and two Services and burial w. i. In New York, with Us-sl arrangements by de all ni"' ml i 'hapel, \\ ler st. LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK T he South's most beautiful Jewish cemetery" JE 1-5369 MRS. FLORENCE FLAYDERMAN '._5. of •:>; HW .".l-t trr died J.m %  < .me here t< n > from n. and was a member of Temple Israel Surviving are her husband, Hurry t.. daughters. Mrs I.e. Illuanbert and Mrs. Nancy Greens and a son He^also leaves a br lib. sisters and six grand. 'hi!<< Ices were Jan. ion funeral 11.mi. with burial In lii.iceland iVmHARRY QREENBERO *9. of 738 1st St.. died Dee. 30. A retired restaurant owner In Washington, he came to Miami Reach 1 **,'.' %  "Ji '" "arrived locally by his wife, Fannie, and daughter. Mrs. Beatl-toe Uemsteln Services were ..: ? l .*! %  N '" ri n r"uneral Home, with burial in Mt. Nebs Cemetery. JOSEPH RUBIN '•. of fll Alton rd died l>ec. 2t. He • MM li. ri 30 years am from New Tork. Sirvlvlng are his wife. Edward; four sons. Including Btnart, Horraj and vnhur. Miami Bea. h s. 11 li as wen I •• c tl at N. a man Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. Nil". .'. m. I SAMUEL" STELZER (3. of INI SW llth st ill. I 11 BM bare 11 ) ears aim from N. foi k. and ->..~ i hi tel manag. r Bui '•'* M i • lii> wife, Kate, and v..n Arthur II, also leave* a daughter. brother, and %  \ loea asar* II at Ni a' i ii, ral Home. with burial In Ml Ni ALEX NEULICHT at, of XI9 Meridian ave., died Jan. 7. He came nere nloe years ago from New Verk. Kuivivoiw include his wife. Ilertha: daughter, two brothers. Inchtdlng Bldnev Neshwbt; ami two -Isters. Including Mis Bertha C.ldsteln. No. Miami Beach Services Were Jan. 8 at Riverside Memorial Chattel. Washington ave. SAMUEL M. DUNN 7. of 13M Drexal ave.. died Jan. I. He came here IT years ago fr*>i Yolk Suinving are his wife, Ann. •hre*> daughters. Including M %  Vivian Paulen sad Mrs. Hilda Botwlaclk; MRS HAZEL E. GROSSMAN I"., of ISM N War, died I I years ago haan Chicago, and was a member of the National Council >f Jewin Women, (lieat. i Mian Hurvlvlng are her busline! .laughtera, M.-I I. and Pamela and her parents, Mi and M idHwang. She alao leases s -itel >• wen I'• .10 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Noiniandv Isle, with burial In Mt. NehS) C.-metei > IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE, No. 4(33 7. C IN RE: ESTATE i iK IIK.NHY W. MIU-KU I l.-c. .1 veil NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All lVrs.ni. II..v ing Claims or Demanda Against Said Estate: You, and each of you are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which yon, at either of \..ii. nuy have against the estate of HENRY W Mil.I.Elt deceased late of Dade Coaaty. riorlda, to the Honorable County Judges of Ity. ..lid file tl ill. .S III the Ciilll) I '.,UI thollSe In Had, County, Honda, within eight ilendar month* from the .lat.of the ibll... %  i-.n in i .f ,-..ni cl Inu at nemanda to contain the legal ad dreaa of the claimant and (a l" awora to ami presenti i %  Or •*•• "ill I" I III ed See S,, I lull 7M.U of the 194.1 Probate Acl I t< lanuary 14, \ l %  |M I KITTY ^ MILLER, As Adminitrlx of the state of 11E.NKY \\ Mil.I KR, Hc.-eaaed. iZKSIKI. I. I.in, In l:..ad Miami %  HT-'I Utomci i"i Admlnletratrlx • S-1S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 451 VIN.il.x I.AV.MtlTY BL'TLBR, rialntlff. llll.r. I N JOB BCTL.EB, I >< :• n. h.nt SUIT FOR ANNULMENT OR DIVORCE HIT. IN .!• u: II i I.I i: i >• fi dam Addreag loki Y. by notlfli Bill of i 'oiiipia int for ',r i i ri-I >oil. and r Pleading ni ..f Complaint on the plali tlfTa Atton SKAI, J DCNN, 1111 in 12, Kloiida and file the origin., I I Answer .o I'l.a.llng In the nffl.e of the Cl.rk of the : 1011 on or before the lMh day of Eehriiary, IJ4(i. If \ ORDERED at Miami. Fli.ii.la. this 15th day of January, A.D. lo. E. II I.EATHKRMA.N. Clerk Circuit Court, Hade County. Horlda iseal) By: WM. W srnCKINO. Deputy ilerk NEAI. I DUNN Attorney for Plaintiff Mil Alnsley Itldg Miami 32, Kla. — r R 1 :.4 1/22-H. 2/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERERT GIVEN that the nn.lerslKned, aaslrlng to engage In business under ih. rictltloua name of WEIL HROTHEKS ,.t 1020 Venetian Miami 39. Kla intends to r. I inline with the Clerk of tin' circuit ( ourt of Hade County, Florida. MI-BEAT It. WKII, i tt-tt, :"".-i2 MRS. ELEANOR SINGER :v of to Blaoayaa st.. died Dec. 2. v itl\ing are two daughters. Mrs Hetty ll.m.r • ri I Mrs. Anna tikun She also leaves two grandchildren Mis. Slngei rsme from Br< kl n 12 %  ears ago Rervir, were I'C. 29 at Newman Kim, ral Home, with burial In Mt Slnal Cemeferv. OUR SPECIALTY FR 3-9275—FR 1-2511 . 2/.-.-II NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERT QrVHR that Mje undendgned, aeatrtng to engage in inder the fictitious name of I.INC. i|.x ENTERPRISES i.i "21 I lins Avenue. Miaioi Beach, Kla. ini" register said name with tha .'l.ik..f the Circuit Court of Dnde Coimtv. Florida. "•' f J u o. ITHERMAN I %  ult Court. Hade Connt> Florida (seal) R ,um Dejuttv ci^rk 1/22-2K. 2 5-12



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Page 12-B 9-Jmlstncridiar Friday, January 22, I960 -OUR SPECIALTY NICE, THICK, JUICY PRIME RIBS OF BEEF HIM -AMD THt VFRY BEST IN TOWN! IANQUIT MOUTH] Candlelight Inn 1131 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grova HFNRV I FIT--"N V-' Pearly Gait by Hal Pear —. -* tXta finest 9fooc(s ^dc finest Sewfce FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS OF TRADITIONAL EXCELLENCE Served with Sacrament a I Wines and All the Trimmings, with Special Emphasis on Courtesy, for which the Monte Carlo is famous! MOEC-REfNSlE'N C'r> nq Mgr. PHONI: UN 64721 ON TM OCCAN AT • %  TM ST. MIAMI BIACM. FLORIOA %  llontc \xMo RCSORT HOTEL Please D not think m tm m/ ttt BUT f*m ot my BEST STOECKEITS ***** *t Um m Steaks $395 —> *—m tor MS. PM M> 1-J*4 T>* AVI. ON rm TBA*. (S.W. it* $j "Wf C4rtt TO PARTIfS" The DERBY INN flNIST fooos COCKTAU IOONGI Tr^itNNW OM-fetfcieewd DfNMIS SI It V ID 13 N*M to It ML 114K Biscayne lvd. ,$.. ef tread Ceesewey' For R*. Pn PL UHl FREE PARKING MutiC Nijhty fJUBUfn mm l'J Iei.'* Trade hi rw>i ON 7vte, ST. CAUMWAT N1MF c MAKE NEWSUH of rtoek market talk nuisl have taken SltaSSU. Husband Ted Sowell. *-knd socum.es n fesUJ counsel associated with Haydcn. Stone ami l'o played boat to the Man I dell Kaplans, of Chicago, and the Bern.e Se.dermans and HtroW Vto* pern, of the Beach. Kaplan heads Sarah Leo food products, 1lbs diary Of Consolidated Foods, and Seiderman is secretary treasurer of 1-cfcourt Realty Bnai B'rith national execs recently down from Washington and %  topping at the Lucerne were Jack Jenkins and Mortimer Rubin. A fashionable couple whenever they're out on the town are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Woisner. He manufactures -Trickettcs," women's purse lories that are known from coast to coast. Hey, girls, how com* two *och handsome and eligible lads, the brothers, Dr. Ralph Robbins and Dr. Bernard Robbins, are still on the loose? One of the youngest looking 50-year olds we've ever had the pleasure to know is Dave Levinson. co-owner of the Algiers, and operator, inter of popular Tamarack Ledge in New York's Catskills Never yet have seen him without a friendly smile for one and all. That's one we] to keep youthful. It's a big week for the Dan Levines. After celebrating their 25th anniversary, he opened his own office as a realty broker. Paul Sobel. playing the semi-final round of the Bayshore Exchange IClub tourney, against Dr. Julian Rickles. had an'interested cheering section, his daughter. Helen. But the Doc was red hot, 3-under for the first nine. Izzy Bcrkc downed Dr. Don Michnoff. and will play Dr. Rickles next week. Ed Cowan, former co-owner of Old Forge, and Harold Reisfeld have joined forces in a new real estate office on Biscayne blvd., under the name of First Florida Realty and Investment Corp. Marjorie Ellen Fischer, of the Beach, and Peter M. Lipman, of Montpelier, Vt., first mot at the University of Miami, where botti aro studying. It developed into romance, and their wedding is planned for Juno. Another school meeting that blossomed into romance: that of Judy Eileen Richard and Paul Richard Ashkenas. both of the Beach. They first met when going to Miami Beach High. Their engagement unannounced recently. .lust returned from another fund-raising dinner for the Jewish Theological Seminary' Residence Hall, held recently in Baltimore. Jennie GrosalngW is now at her home on Pinetree dr. The busy philanthropist and resort hotel queen looks forward to her annual vi>it here to see old friends and catch up on her rest STAGE TALK: One of the most successful offerings so far presented by Ruth Foreman at her Studio M. "Dlno" continues its run for another week. The drama, an adaptation of the prize-winning TV play, features many local teen-agers, and deals with problems of juvenile delinquency. It's excitingly staged and enacted and deserves the wholehearted support of the community's threatre-goers. Arlene Francis ends her run in Noel Coward's "Tonight at 8 30" tomorrow at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. On Tuesday, the Playhouse will stage "Show Business," starring Carol Charming, and this will be the very first presentation of the musical, described as a cavalcade of comedy from minstrel days to the present, before heading to Broadway. Maurice Evans and Diane Todd head the cast of "Mv Fair Lady" which opens Feb 2 at the Miami Beach Auditorium. It will be a limited engagement, running through Feb. 20. BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY:* 11 local cnt.es are unanimous in their praise of the fourth and all-new edition of the lucerne's Havana M.rd. oras. They also shared the opinion that Lo> Monrea form as si fitta.*a-s awir* a gag^saafflwa i ass which stars Bette Dav.s and Barn Sullivan at Miami is! ^" dbur K:l u* im| SET "* """ dd ) "" %  wJsss rzzshsi —; r. jpntwas close %  rs **eeun the thousands ol Bashers' The Royal Hungarian rostaurent will b* th. "jr* annual banquet for members^Tiontr W ^ Sond y of ,h *~* by Mr. and Mrs. Lou.s HaraZT?? Wom n Club 2. lpon Rabbi Morn, A. Skop JfSSSZS^' ** l*H &. One of the unusual features of F \i.„ v. a trademark of AI Ofi^Tre^^lfS ,hr *•**. chairs names of celebnaes from even Sof tooese cuisine there. 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s I J d 11 I Page 16-A 9-Jenisi^ncridiar Friday. January 22. i$i The largest turnout of reporters and photographers ever to assemble at Lod Airport in Israel await the arrival from New York of Rabbi Halberstam, known to his followers the world over a* the Klausenburg Rabbi. He was cheered by hundreds of his disciples assembled from all corners of Israel when he came down the ramp of the jet-powered El Al Britannia, preceded by a 17th Century Sefer Torah. Rabbi Halberstam was accompanied by 55 of his New York flock to settle in Nathania in the town of Santz, which he founded five years ago as a center for his followers. This is the first Hassidic movement to Israel in many decades. Coldmann, Adenauer Talk Continued from Page 1-A Chancellor had been "speaking symbolically." Meanwhile, thousands of students from all colleges and high schools in West Berlin participated LONG DISTANCE MOVING to all points in the country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE ACB*ft.B.VAN LINES, WC 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue %  5-M96 MIAMI Monday In a demonstration against the recent anti-Semitic incidents organized by the student body and faculty of the West Berlin Free Uni; versity. The demonstration, held at the site of West Berlin's memor ial to the victims of Nazism, attracted additional thousands of non-students. Prof. Edward Neumann. Chancellor of the Free University, told the assembly that no restitution could ever make up for the crimes committed against the Jews during the war. A student leader. Gerhard Grucnbeim. told his fellow-students that "we have neglecled so much that we are all responsible for what has happened recently."• A member of the West Berlin City Senate. Joachim Lipschitz, also addressed the throng. West Berlin police Mondav arrested Rudolf Kemmerfcb, 20, federal chairmon of the neo-Nazi National Student I'nion. alfieis OPEN ALL NIGHT COMPLETE HALLMARK GREETING CARD DEPARTMENT AND CHOCOLATE SHOPPE SUNDRIES COSMETICS PATENT MEDICINES PERIODICALS HOWARD JOHNSON'S ICE CREAM Phone JE 8-5538 16o4 ALT0N RQAD MIAMI BEACH 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 1,1" ALL-STATE SALVAGE, INC. w Boy Anything" 2220 N.E. 2nd Ave. MU mi FR 7J(106 Forget War With Israel-Baghdad JERUSALKM-


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.? Page 6-A +Jmi*&ncrkHan Friday. January 22, Afo Muf Underground in New York \l w V()IiK-(JTA)-Dr. ground vu Involved here. He said thai h;itliterature >litributed bj neo-Nazi groups helped in trigger the ipate of anti Semitic incident! locally, but that the evidence indicated that IUCB Kroups were operating Independently of each other. He declared .. .. ., __. %  .: ..T \lfr. (I J Marrow, chairman of the New rome Kestenbaum told police **[ I this wwk that *-JhaaVJ**Na.*| 4o ,* %  [ r New hl synagogue if former BerlmT underrespondent William L. Shire, JZ permitted to speak. Tbt l ec w was held a, acheduled. There JS no boaabing. JNr.M lOHIX-l.i li'— %  %  <-• %  > %  >> %  %  V.oW Crh rrmtim>H#i-ii la v ewtr m ip ttHaiiwrassaid this we*' —ou | Tc^auon of wu *il.c incidents ,. the Greater New *2tt2l!!?'* York area showed no evidence thai ID) International i en the eampuaei of the University of Pennsylvania, and Ohio State University at Columbus. A student at the university la Columbus was arrested on a charcc that he had "•; perpetrated the outrase there, ami that, if thcrewai any international [J M lm |, llnltl N influence affecting suen activities, it was moat likelj thai the "estabAt l?o.-ton University, stodenti lished" bat< peddler groups had discovered that the walls of a numbeen emboldened to greater actlv; H r ,,( dormitories had bean deity by tho Christmas eve desecra r acm ] with the swastika, tion of the Cologm ne and A Bi)lll |( r ( ()1 „ ua ,, lk:i sl rP by the incidents which U wed ,,,„„, ,,.,, on „„, waU| nf Phl the desecration in ...any parts ol s ,, m: ,,,„., mA)pna KpM ,„ n the world. Pnj j ew j sn f ra ternl > %  bouae and At the Miami Beach Exchange Club installation dinner at the Carillon hotel are Leo E:se:istein (left), newly-installed president, and Edward Wood, vice president of the National Exchange Club, installing officer. Eisenstein, elected for 1960, has been active in civic and Jewish afairs for more than 20 years. He is a past president of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors and B'nai B'rith, and is currently a member of the Miami Beach Zoning Board and president of the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund. Other officers for 1960 are Maurv Young, vice president; Royal Flagg Jonas, treasurer; and Nathaniel B. Elkins. secretary. Health Study Well Be Opened Here One of the most significant community health studies in Dade history will begin this month when 'he newly-formed Chronic Illness Project, inc.. launches its threeyear survey into the problems and numbers of the county's chromeilly ill. Objective of the study is to assemble, analyze and evaluate data i n the chronically il] and I for Dade county a compre%  i and control of chronic disea! well as for the care an tation of those alr< ken. John G. Thompson, voluntary president of the group, said the chronic illness study developed out of the growing problems brought into focus over the past several years by such groups as the Health Division of the Welfare Planning Council, the Dade County Medical Assn.; South Florida Hospital Council, the health, welfare and hospital departments of the county, and the University of Miami medical school. The project will he headed by Dr. Gordon H. Hatcher, who servdirector of a similar project 11 unty, Md. Althi U h basic financial support for the project will come through the United Fund. Chronic Illness, inc.. was chartered' as an indent, non-profit organization in order that it might receive cooperation and eventual support from all leading health, welfare and education organizations and institutions. m H I from MIAMI ABROAD BY SHIP TO NASSAU! OVERNIGHT Mondays and Fridays (5 PM) .,.--. %  _,. -• • — •• %  % %  •.• -Ml 100% AIR-CONDITIONED S/S BAHAMA STAR 'fQRMCRLY 10,000 JON TRANSATLANTIC AROSA STAR, Dr. Marrow said the commission, working with police, had alerted police to report the distribution of bundles of gemmed labels imprinted with the swastika. He said that unidentified individuals had passed the bundles out to young people in subways and other public areas. The packages of labels contained no clues to their distributors, according to Dr. Marrow. The 55 staff members of the commission, as part of their invesrenci ol such tigatlon of the incidents, plan to interview the culprits who have been arrested, as well as thenrelatives, friends and neighfa learn something about the hack ground of the vandals, the chairman asserted. At New York City Hall. Mayor Robert Wagner expressed his ••concern" over the incidents to a group of representatives of 25 for eign language publications. Nev York Superintendent of Schools John J. Theobald announced that special emphasis would be given in all city schools to programs for human relations and intergroup cooperation. Mayor Wagner also alerted the police department which, accord ing to a departmental spok< isi continuing vi [orous probing of all incidents here. The outstanding anti-Jewish manifestation. Fn which 87 headstones were defaced m the Baron de ffirsch i emetery >n Stater, Island, WM be ing „„,;.; oughly investigated, the police department spokesman said, but nothing new" had been revealed. A three-acre section of the cemetery, the largest Jewish bur%  l ground in the vicinity, was found smeared with swastika, Death and "Fatherland." On BaT-it 2? %  "••"••. the iussik WM "^ w i,h The swastika menace has spread o college campuses, in many **" butt being the local iaS at the Universit) ni Colorado. University Presides! Dr. Qu ton, and Dean Arthur Kendl issued statements condemning the ln< enl They or aboard thip from *39 p | uf ,„, tmn. out of Mfcuni. Fine faoTdmcw iK" FT,"*" %  ~d.. J lastern snipping 9go^aUen wJ Pi" 3. Miami, F| orido h %  • ^^H^rylMaH.your retentions NoJi rj mww Private Pool Beach ana Cabana Colony TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACffj WMH Upoot Tho Stomach V ,'" ,rom C"> of headache eSLi! fSi'"^• %  apaetjhS •tom.ch and ha. B0 but affeita. YoJ ate, Anacin la like a doctor? MZ mtfSi kut ""•oixat.om of iS^at-aSsaSS 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 Nan 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. 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Pag* 4-A ijtmHtfkrkttor Friday, January 22, I960 Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E Sixth Street Telephone FR 94805 Twlotype Commun:c\\tio:ts Miami TWX MM ^96 >. FRED K. SHOOHET E ditor and Publisher IEO MINDL1N Executive Editor 1*73 ** a n R*TE$ e~ > *s*-v .. BftAU Bt BBATJ 2rt Bi Yehuda — Tel AMV. Israel KAY U BINDS! respondent Volume 34 ^ iqfifl Numb ~ 4 22 Tereth 5720 Germany's Embarrassment is Not the Issue All d .. %  •. s \ .-ome P-. .-we: sharp ol AM HNad ot -•-•'•• ex--.-... .... .VY*al CWK. %  Tb* Ptewkier.t s obeervctcn KM we v v. Oitt C %  ahfl ..'..-..' teaaBM abwNM a ... Mjaaw wvl! • %  -•.s %  J 3 %  %  • a o i D • -. %  i-v .• %  %  ./..• ^ -Vt 3 Baa ^ .iie =:^r*wt x ii'astiab l ^ce • % %  •_* v pCCttMK* XN= a -* v "=^**c-iai -2* '31. Tb_i •* isosfaMccv -^sisec oata '-**• %  aba? MM J rv ****** ^*c s wvioaccv witch *-c*tni p* %  -JKSOM *.j> baa caotfl Am m IJL U% %  :>.:.--.-., ^*Mojcwr*, aapsa*^ JS* IS* **•*? -= !" to t a,**. Hebrew Academy Dinner So caaaat SMBOST mc koHK %  I %  I %  9a Mai .... man Setrifkq Gii Uberffe o %  inn it—i aHNBBHKfl. Va •^^'^ % % %  %  |_U_ %  ^"Wt-iiiv *pect %  3a *K :e latin re^-M-B. __^ •^— —^^ ^ ** r I atone MRS ^ a saoaa MBW^asai --.-5 a durinq the m9tM i it • by LEO MINDLIN V OH run %  Cf ttio t NTN .. came into town | a ,, end. His impending arri^h-?; iK-en news for at Teas, ,„. ££ The timing of his one-chv m M here on the Sabbath woite!? fortunately preclude my J?" ence at a press inten lew ^ 9*5?* .VWr,..ltcrnativ e !I! -, columns about local preparations' lor the Vice Tn-suTeaj! :hc names of dignitaries involved, and a detailed account of tb, ram oi activities during his stay. But before such element,! nalistic details could be put into effect, a boat of interveni,. occurrences took place, each of which turns a sad light on sa mt „J our Jei>h community thinking. To begin with, at least four different persons phoned me-t Wo J whose political affiliations I was previously unaware—to inform me N'IXOB a> expected on Miami Beach. For each. 1 bunt, bubble cf hushed expectancy when I replied that it was commoa But. ir. varying ways, all the callers were unanimous t the Vice Presidents visit here meant some %  -., Jewish cmmunity. mself well known for a variety of ayjod works, a •e of a presumably even more eminent personality „ mmunication With him. as well as with .reed th. hould be accorded every p*siol( Wer of the second most important office in the land was !•> the matter of significance to the Jewik I reserved com: e cf the calls emerged. My own r-.litkal -ei—:he truth, disturbing to a conn—iporarr j\e none—and their possible effect on tat waj :r wiuch 1 woald treat the Vice President's arrival. I mus MJ the explicit J unintended assaaH an Brofe,sioal '-.ed—or suoerceded—by the suri-equeat jrticipation. %  :• •: %  -:• -:• ASftaS Of A OM-SiT JTAWD I MUST GO a aaad ibcag highly m api ri — a of parveyori af^he • a-ce ho fearfor the faihsre of ob %  ctinty fiething i'H with them: at > be expected as a 1 reiviB. k differeoea •Md of Jews T a more tf poant to coc.\ .nee me that r-irpo*e—the thrawgheebere. the conAassn rh of ay caBers made proawpt if • prexac the Key Biseaya* hotei N exadaai tbc* \>e President's varatieaa at a rvttriad u-eat aa*. ask caxarical credit tor has failure b i ~ re provacaine ep d ag a Miami Beach to dem nra t he Lis sccnag bat ta* rm aa fii s t ieeiings for th* Aaaneai Jew ear5 af i F in zhe sataL Baa MM :* —j,. WakwCO ^BV9V CsBci hwai the'Carr dksr x b HBMWI SMstha -frwai Hb .. aihmm' r> tbese vre aoa a* Aaaenraa affieanl traty teei day •w WK-K a aaaa M iv ^e : ij-Jtt Mr fc.--eJ if I oc?er wB V— frw! .: v had %  nmrinaiiiri he^eiwiian; eaaaaadrr a be ayaj **rty af ataaat aaswrtaal 7 • thesr | rw af th ** •>g*"s bancoa I tana! aaore resrei %  Yebawh r -Tibofiiii T thj af : v aa %  at all *%  %  I Vk* Presidest aat a paaat JC AN" ; '.? "!• •m.



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Friday. January 22. I960 Page 10-B Beach Taxpayers Install Officers Simon Rubin has born name! ••Outstanding Citizen for 1M9 W .. ..,__; Beac h Taxpayers Assi the Miami Incoming preswent, Frank Smathers, J sccretreasSimon Rubin (left), newly-elected president of %  £ %  ** %  £ Taxpayers" Assn.. accepts "Outstanding Citizens Award from Robert Peterson, chairman of the awards committee, at the organization's dinner affair here. Firstarnerica Makes Public Stock Offer succeeding Rubin was :, lso honored with a Certificate of Mother officers installed at the annual dinner last Thursday b> Dr. Kur. Peiser were Mrs. Howard P. Cummings. Jerome G. Greeni, William T. Kruglak II. and Se>mour B. Liebman, vice presidents. Miss Sara Dec Berkowitz. tary; and Henry E. Wolff, urer. The program included a panel discussion moderated by Hank Mover. Commissioner Charles Hall and Councilman Harold Spaet discussed "What's Ahead for Miami Beach in the 60V Ritter Lcvinson acted as toastmaster. Certificates of Service for 1959 were also given to Charles Clements, jr., Sam Goldstein, Jerome Greene, Dr. Jack Greenhouse, Harry Erlenger, B. Bayard Strell, William Kruglak II, Paul D. Rust, jr., and Sara Dee Berkowiti. Past presidents participating in the program included Jack A. Abbott, in addition to Peiser and Levinson. The Firstamerica Development Corporation has announced its first public stock isue with an offering of 300.000 shares of common stock for sale to the public at $150 per share. The Hollywood based Florida land development organization has extensive holdings in Volusia county (New Smyrna Acres), and options on further tracts in the Melbourne-Cape Canaveral are* (Washington Heights I. The company also has an active and wholly owned subsidiary. Construction Corporation of Florida C'CCF"), one of the largest land improvement companies in south Florida. Incorporated in July of 1959, Firstamerica was organiied for the purpose of acquiring, developing and selling Florida real estate. It is presently engaged in the process of selling tracts of Noted Counselor Now a Miamian A leading chiM guidance counselor in the nation, Abraham I). Zweibel, formerly on the staff of the Alfred Adlcr Consultation Center and Mental Hygiene Clinic of New York, is now a Miami resiHollywood, dent. Zweibel received his AB degree from the City College of New York snd his Matter 1 irom New York University. He was a close friend of the late Alfred Adler. former associate of Dr. Sigmund Freud. approximately V/ acres of its 4,400-acre holdings near New Smyrna Beach, Fla. "Our decision to become a pub licly-owned organization was governed to a great extent by the tre mendous public interest in and acceptance of our sales in New Smyrna," Frank S. Cannova, president, said in making the announce ment. "Since the land was first offered for sale Sept. 19, of this year 2.427 of the 3,500 lots have been re Directors for are Arthur J. the coming year August. Ben E. Bronston, C. L. Clements, jr., Radford Crane, Harry Erlanger, David Fenton, Sam A. Goldstein. Norman Ciller, Herbert Gimbel, Jack D. Gordon. Dr. Jack Greenhouse, Nathan Gumenic. Morns Lapidus, Arnold L.vien, Abe H. Mazor, Mrs. Richard Merrill, Dr. Kurt Peiser, Robert Peterson, Jack S. Popick, Paul D. Rust, jr., Paul Seiderman. Col. Carl R. Shaw, Milton Sirkin. Frank Smathers, jr., B. Bayard Strell, Robert L. Turchin. Edwin Builders of Greater Miami" would be a most appropriate title for these SUe leaders of the construction ndutfry-who are aivinq fulfsupport to this year's Combined Jewuh Appeal. ffl Ionised Cc, J^ft^mSSH S-S n 9 Cnaskfn name at 39 Palm ave.. Palm Island, [s pointed out as one of Miami Beach, moet union.showplaces. living "Binq" Kossoff. a co-chairman of the CIA campaign heading the Trades and Professions, is working closely with Kovens and Janis on the dinner aff air. Monticello Tots Visit Post Office A visit to the North Miami Beach Post Office climaxed a unit of ; study for the 80 students of the nursery-kindergarten of Congregation Monticello Park this week. Under the direction of head teacher Mrs. Sidney Kay. students were shown how letters are sorted and served by earnest money deposits, j Wennt ) or f, and Paul C. Wimwhich is more than 69 percent of i the entire tract in less than eight days of sale," he said. bish. Trustees George J. are Jack A. Abbott. Bertraan. Mrs. Leslie Based on present sales records, j Buswel) Jonn B Denvir, jr.. P. J. the company expects its entire Davi Samucl Friedland. Dr. LeonNew Smyrna tract to be sold out within the next two months, telescoping a target date of 2'a years into four months. Officers of the Firstamerica Development Corporation are Frank S. Cannova, president and chairman of the board. Hollywood; Wil liam J. Kline, vice president and director, Miami Beach; Leonard Robbins, secretary and director, Hollywood; A. B. Wiener, treasurer and director, Miami; Frank Sepede, director. North Miami Beach; and Frank Margulics, director, ard H. Jacobson. Ritter Levinson. Louis Michaels, Max Orovitz. E. Albert Pallot. Sen. A. J. Sordoni. Mrs. Rose Weiss, and Mitchell Wolf son. prepared for local and out-of-town delivery. Another highlight of the week was the talk on safety by a police officer, who explained traffic regulations and how properly to cross the street. The school utilized iti new traffic signals and road sign* to prepare the children lor the officer's talk. A trip to the Fire Station will be another aspect of this program, which seeks to instill within the pre school child an awareness of the community around him. TONIGHT If all the shares of common stock offered r.re sold, the aggregate proceeds to the company will be $360,000 after payment of the un derwriting commissions and deduction of expenses of the Issue, estimated but not to exceed $22. 500. magnificent K&KLha Maintenance Firm Opens in Miami Maintenance Products Company has recently opened offices at 220 NW 127th St.. No. Miami. Before coming to Miami, Zweibel was engaged in the private prac tice of counseling, specializing in child guidance and in the problems of teen-agers. For mapy years, he served on the faculty of Panzer College in East Orange, N. J.. and he is certified as a psychologist by the State of New York. Zweibel expects to continue in' Owner and director of the firm private practice at his home 1530 ls Fred •> %  Coccagna, who for many NE 159th St., No. Miami Beach. vears was well known in the Phil-. adelphia area as a general contractor and expert on building and grounds maintenance. Coccagna said only the top quality materials will be handled byMaintenance Products Company. FIRST RACE 8:15 EM. MIAMI Kennel Club e rjmk oi gbiwowoW Meeting features Skit North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood met Wednesday evening at the • Seville hotel. Program marked Jewish Music Month with a script adapted by the National Women's League. Entitled "Our People Sing," the program featured Cantor Edward Klein. In charge was Mrs. Jack Fisch. TTxmri >lKi*Mail*tl>atl lM*Mt t*.ffl m 0^, Un the yoWn ^itToTW^JjGB!? With 5.500 seat. M.,-.: n-.. .. U ABRAHAM 2WtlUL Ner Tamid Meeting Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid will meet Wednesday at Sklar Auditorium. In the absence of Mrs. Louis Cohen, president, the meeting will be conducted by Mrs. Ben Fabric, vice president. ?,? 5 ? 0 ^ M 'n* Beach Kennel Club, ht Trock of Tomorrow !" offers the utmost n comfort and relaxa-on to South Flor.da M rc> hound fans Dine in the epicurean delight of Rusty "j Roott — an elegant terraced d.ning room to please the most fastidious uste. >-S^ ACHKe nnel Club N,, U, I,,NS "ffcM V.AMl H1 ,M ,,. H m.



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Page 10-A +JcHist fkriditr Friday, January 22. I960 Adding enjoyment to recent Senior Citizens' Joseph Elman, Mrs. Charles Matthews, Mrs. Chanuka celebration with a "Mock Marriage" Bertha Rottner. Mrs. Emma Hornstein. Mrs. are (left to right) Mrs. Philip Shapiro, Mrs. ShaLester Levis, Mrs. Celia Reich, Joseph Elman, piro's granddaughter, Mrs. Lewis August, Mrs. and Lewis August. Hate Literature Inviolate, US. Official Declares By Special Report NEW YORK—Publications advo eating racial and religious hatred and discrimination "generally fall within the protection of the First Amendment to the Constitution guaranteeing freedom of speech and the press." J. Walter Yeagley. assistant attorney general in the Internal Security Division of the Department of Justice, has informed Adolph Held, national chairman of the Jewish Labor Committee. Yiagley replied to a communica tion from the Jewish Labor Committee urging an investigation of George Lincoln Rockwell of Arlington. Va., an officer in the United States Naval Reserve, who operates the American Nazi Party irom headquarters in the District Of Columbia. Held pointed out that Rockwell is using the swastika as a political symbol and that the material he disseminates tends to incite to breach of the peace. Yeagley said that "despite the reprehensible nature of some, unless there is evidence of violation of a specific federal statute there is no action the Federal Government through the Department of Justice can take to prevent their dissemination. Capacity Crowd To Hear Golden A capacny audience of more than 4a0 persons is expected to hear journalist Harry Golden at the first annual Israel Bond dinner sponsored by Temple Beth Am on Sunday evening at the Temple. Joining dinner chairman Her man Feldman in heading preparations for the event are Harry J. Light, honorary chairman; Lewis Gillis, co-chairman, and Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard. Serving with them are members Of the arrangements committee headed by Mrs. Lewis Gillis, and including, the Mesdames Harold Pomerantz, Sidney Schreer. Robert Newman. Ben Clein. and Herman Feldman; the ticket committee headed by Mrs. Joseph Molien and including the Mesdames Leonard Kusner. Maurice Steinbergcr Bernard Lash and Jacob H. Hirsch, and the catering committee, headed by Mrs. Joshua Segal, and including Mrs. Edward Roth. Guest speaker Harry Golden is the author of two current bestsellers. "Only in America" and For 2c Plain." A third book, "Enjoy! Enjoy!" is scheduled for early publication and is expected to join his first two books on the bestSeller lists. The Temple is at 5950 N. Kendall or., So. Miami. News Analyst to Speak Wayne Farris. news analyst of Station WCKT ch. 7. will be gues E'Y';' Tcmple Be,h Sh ">m Brotherhood luncheon Sunday Jan. 31, at 10:30 a.m. Farris will discuss Jus trip to Russia as a Sr^ 1 G V Collins Prtv. David Drueker is program chairman. Jack Wagner is president. I "Moreover, as you can appreciate, a disclosure that this division t is investigating or intends to In* vestigate any individual, could lead many people into a premature judgment that a violation of law had occurred. For this reason, the division does not make public any decisions regarding its intention to conduct or not to conduct an investigation. "If an investigation is decided upon, and the individual is exonerated by it, he has been protected from adverse publicity. If the investigation terminates in a grand jury's returning an indictment against him, of course, public disclosure may then be made." Yeagley informed Held that he was forwprding a copy of the communication to the Department of Defense for their information in regard to Rockwell's reserve status in the United States Navy. Senior Citizens Mark Holiday For ovi r 125 lenior citizen! :n II,, North County area, Chanuka had I pwial meaning toil JOT. These men and women, many *H ( ut family or friends in this community. gathemHogcthe* to. x-ejehr.it,' the Jewish Festival of Chanauka. For many, this was the iirst opportunity in years to celebrate the holiday with others. Festivities were held at the North County YMHA Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. 14036 NE 6th ave. This program for senior citizens, men and women 55 years of age and older, although relatively new. has already attracted scores of senior citizens. In the festive setting of the "Y," they celebrated Chanuka with the traditional lighting of the eight candle*, the retelling of the story of the holiday, and the tinging of traditional songs. Holiday refreshments in the form of latkes and applesauce were also served. Added to the celebration was a mock marriage, performed by the members of the group. Mrs. Everett Brower, head teacher of the North County early childhood development program, participated in a discussion with the group in "The Meaning of Chanuka Today." The Senior Citizens Friendship Club, which sponsored the proZionists Appoint Liebman J. David Liebman, Homestead and Miami attorney, has been appointed chairman of the publication committee of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America by Michael Adilman president of the region. Liebman is view jat—i d ant of the executive committee of the Southeast region and president of the Miami-Gables Zionist District. Farband Annual Concert Slated Farband Branches of Greater Miami will hold their annual concert Sunday evening, Jan. 31, at Miami Beach High School. A noted theatrical group will entertain at the annual Labor Zionist event. Cast include! Ben Bonus, Dora Kalinova, Lilly Liliana and Leon Liebgold. Joseph Banish ii at the piano for the production entitled "Stage-O-Rama," which features a trilingual score, Also to be seen is "Rozhinkes Mit Mandlen," a sketch including folk songs and humorous gems from Yiddish literature. gram, is a regular activity for senior citizens in this area. The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center is a beneficiary agency of the United Fund and Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Kim .8 inifl .i ilHIlK.9 DT.UD1IK.2 )13IUD V K.10 mm .11 MK-Sll .12 ni3DiniM3 PBIH .14 Sons .3 ins .4 ill'l .6 PHI .7 now many of EL AI/s destinations can you recognize?



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+jelslinoi]Ji2!l Friday. January 22, igm Page 4-B Jewish Flondun B**"*" YOUR MARRIAGE COUNSELOR MIAMI'S NATIONALLY FAMOLS MAILBIAGI COUKSIt* AM. AlTMO* To return to the subject of second marriages. Unavoidable pitfalls beset any man or woman who names a partner who already has children fact unless there is some understanding of what these problems are. no amount of love is likely to prevent regrettable incidents. ~ Take children whose mother has married agau Dths or years after their father has been divorced N m it's true that these children need the same kind oi love and care from their stepfather or stepmother — as thev would from their own deceased parent. If. therefore, he is able genuinely to love the children of his wife, hi* coming to the family will benefit them greatly. But youngsters do not alwavs give their love freely and voluntarily to stepparents, even when they have most to gain from A bov whose father has died may have become unusually peesessive of his mother, and may strongIs resent" a stepfather who appears as a rival for his r thei's affections. One such boy. 1 know, refused to call his stepfather by any name indicating father >,i Another so resented the assumption of his deed mothers place by another woman that he would not accept her. Father Was n Intruder From post-war experience, we learned much of tl e strong hostility felt by young children against the return of their father, whom they had not pre viousL} known, and years-long guerilla warfare ocCi -um.i'Iy resulted. To the child the father was an let who usurped his position with his mother. No less strong and sometimes greater antagonisms are felt by stepchildren, and these will demand twin step-parents a combination of understanding. love and patience of a high order. A oaaa thai stands out is that of a highly intelliI girl who became excessivelj possessive of her lather after her mother's death, which had occurred Iness % %  i s an previ %  %  > %  .: the age i I sixteen me found that he was contemme could meet this challenge only .... blind opposition. When she came in to tee me at the request of her father, the said she did consider that it was right to re-many. Naturally enoegh^Bhe found that she disliked qualities in the stepmother without being able to see that ber disliki stemmed from her (jealousy. I:-, the case of another widower who had remarried, one oi his children, already grownup, em| the problem by -.he threat to refuse her omother admittance to her wedding. The Idealized Image A other difficulty is that loyalty to the dead i M may make the step-parent unacceptable. What makes this especially formidable, is the fact that the child so often remembers the dead parent not as he in real life but as imagination wishes him to be. With this Idealised image of the rare-it. the unforo stepfather or mother is judged against the Itantard Of this superhuman figure. Where divorce rather than death is in the background, the issues depression following her father'* death in a U mobile accident several years before. To lorm a ill may require a greater capacity for empattn identification than some people possess. Theshor, : this tnan ular situation of parent, children and -tep parent .or four-co %  Bullion If both partnerto the marriage a. e d) have children) are no. all on the side of the chiM. \ iten-parent may be jeatow f lus nouse s ch lrire n not having reckoned with their existence _when he married. He maj ted, for example, that tnc > ,n l r frre with his enjoyment of his new wife and take up much of her time and energy. In one such case, the stepfather could not love his stepchildren and found their demands irksome. The result was a deter. oration in hiown of domestic behavior and consequent tension between himself and his wife. A person mav marry partly from moti\o01 loneliness: a bachelor may be set in hiways and may expect %  wife who will cater to bis Idiosyncrasies a brl may, without real.. seeking someone who will mother him. Such situa. might exi>t in any mariage. But if there ar children to be looked after, it will be impos%  n the ex< I and he may come to feel unappreciated. jealous and resentful. Menacing Barriers r type of case, a woman married a .. %  v for his lovi ible to n-.. of the children's hostility. Her education a r to her h soon sl.< I her>. tenor to the family into which ah) married. not helped bj her bus who. finding strife when he had ex peace, aed sometimes to side with his own children, and was unable to come to his wife's support with the demonstration of his love the so much needed and craved in this cn> il The mother who defends her children a_ thi.r -tepfather's strictness, the parent in the fourcornered family who feels his or her children are treated differently from those of the other spouse, and the children themselves in then flicts with each other, can throw up menacing barriers between the individuals concerned and make the marriage a difficult situation Mr. k*lmj is available for private morriaje counseling a* fc* Honfinaton Meaical bio's., in Miami ore than 600 women attended the annual Stairway to tha. Stars" luncheon and fashion .how sponsored by Xhe Sister. hS3 o North Shore Jewish Center at the ^tnebleau hofi I PtMo nah' are Mis. William Horowitz, luncheon chairman; Mrs. Frank Nankin, vice president; Mrs. Al Mechlowitz. pie* ident; Mis. Ray Morse, vice president. innp ;s evsuaeie ror privare mornoje coum of fbe Huntinjfon MeeWcol bio's., in Miami THE FINEST FOR YOUR AFFAIR Your choice of the following roomti EMBASSY • VICTORIA • BRIGADOON KING'S TIP.BACI • AOVU • MIATHI* Surroundingt of elegance ond luxury, favWess *•"'. ice ond incomporab/e cuijine. Groups of TO to 475 ore accommodated royally for oil catered occasions. laUrms'itu calls lanwtitt Omit** UN 6-7792 ill ACMS ON !H OCIAN AT 9|th Slim • MIAMI IU(H Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll f-nd complete; facilities to exocMy SJ' i fy your needs in the ICivnet, Aladdin, SoNetwefOiade ond Rubaiyat Rooms, be II unhurried, -iDoken service that mahea