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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
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-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 Flaridian
Volume 33 Number 6
Combining 1HI JEWISH IMA? and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday, February 5, 1960
Two Sections Price 20tf
srael Urges UN Move Against Syria
SEI PKTURI CTDRY .. PAGE 114
?
United Jewish Appeal to Launch
National Drive Here This Weekend
This weekend sees the formal launching of the 1960
nationwide campaign of the United Jewish Appeal at the
Fontainebleau hotel, where the UJA national inaugural con-
ference comes to a climax at Sunday's campaign inaugural
luncheon.
The eyes of UJA-minded Jews throughout the nation will
be focused on Miami Beach as the UJA opens its 22nd con-
secutive annual campaign. Some 300 of the country's out-
standing UJA leaders and supporters are gathering here to
kMend the conference. They meet at a time when more than
KJ.000 Jews overseas face needs as critical and as urgent
Is at any time in recent history.
Addressing the conference will be Israel's new Ambas
sador fe the United States. Avr.ham Hirmm. Before
taking up his present post, H.rm.n was a member of the
[Jewish Agency Executive in Jeruslaem, and in close touch
with the, large scale immigrant absorption problems whicn
are at the cort of the I960 UJA campaign.
Other speakers on Sunday will be Morris W. Berinstein,
BJA general chairman, and Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman]
hcecutive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal.
Max Orovitz, of Miami Beach, is chairman of thewiational
ommittee which worked for the success of the conference.
r"ith him on the committee are Sam Blank and Carl Weinkle.
Blank is general chairman with Harold Thurman of the
"i Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami.
"We are most privileged to have Ambassador Harman
ith us at this conference," Berin-*
pin declared. "He will report on
problems that press on Israel's
pie at a time when one of the
important UJA drives of
rcent years is to be launched."
Berinstein noted that the 1960
ampaign opens "when American
rws must take the opportunity
Jat exists to fulfill the promise
a new start in life to immigrants
Israel which was implied in
ringing them there. We must
tep that promise by speeding the
rocesses of absorption, so that
kose immigrants not yet integra-
into Israel's life, and not yet
'sufficient, may achieve these
Ws."
Hints Further Force Unless
Truce Group Gears Troops
From Neutral Border Zone
B-G Threatens
Israel Campaign
If UN Drags Feet
Truman Will Address Bonds'
Opener in Honor of Gen. Dayan
Former President Harry S. Truman will address the conference
'in Miami Beach to mark the opening of the campaign for the sale of
$75,873,550 in Israel Bonds during 1960 for the economic development
of Israel. Truman will be a special guest at the 1960 inaugural con-
ference for Israel Bonds, which will be held at the Fontainebleau hotel
Feb. 25 to 28.
Ike Answers Eden Charge;
Declares He Warned Eban
WASHlNGTON-(JTA>-President Eisenhower told a press confer-
ence this week he warned Abba Eban, former Israel Ambassador to
the United States, in October, 1956 of what the American response
would be if Israel took military action in the Suez crisis.
Commenting on the reminiscen*-----------------------------------------
ces of British ex Premier Anthony ed on him. He informed Eban that
Eden, President Eisenhower said j he hoped -Eban's judgment would
that early in October, just before not be swayed by misinterpreta
the Sinai Suez eruption, Eban call | tion of what the United States re
" sponse to Israeli action would be
or by ideas of "possible Jewish
sympathy" in America to Israeli
mobilization and the then ap
proaching U. S. national election.
He said he informed Ambassa-
dor Eban that if he, Eban, thought
of influence of the elections on j
White House decision, he had bet-
ter disabuse his mind of it.
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMIsrael moved Tuesday both here and at the United
Nations in New York to prod UN officials into action to ensure the com-
plete evacuation of Syria from the demilitarized zone southeast of Lake
Tiberias which was the scene of a savage four-day-long battle.
The Israel Foreign Ministry in-
structcd Joseph Tekoah, acting!
permanent heal of the Israel del-
egation at the UN. to submit a for-
mal request for ;uch action, and
a similar demand was conveyed
here to Gen. Carl C. Von Horn,
chief of the UN Truce Supervision
Organization in Jerusalem.
The request included a demand
that the UN should act also to
assure no future Syrian incur-
sions. Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's
Foreign Minister, met Monday
night with Ogden Reid, United
States Ambassador to Israel, who
sought information on new de-
velopments in the Beit Katxir
area where the fighting took
place end on their background,
"wall as on Israel policy and
plans for any future action.
Israel sources described t h <
Meir-Reid talks as an "informs
tion" meeting aimed at providing
Reid with data for his report to
the U. S. State Department.
Diplomats from various coun-
tries called on top level foreign
ministry officials for information
on the Israel-Syrian clashes. The
request to the UN here was placed
before Cm. Von Horn by Avraham
Biran, head of the Foreign Min-
istry's Armistice Division. Accord-
ing to a Foreign Ministry commu-
nique, Mr. Biran asked Gen. Von
Continued on Page 2-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion told
the Knesset Monday that as long
as the United Nations Truce Su-
pervision Organization finds itself
unable to "chase" the Syrians out
of Israeli territory. Israel will have
no choice but to use force.
Ben-Gurion made the statement
after the Communist and Herut
party members in the Knesset
filed resolutions calling for a de-
bate on the latest outbreaks of
fighting along the Syrian border.
"If we have no other choice for the
safeguarding of the lives of our
watchmen-and workers," said the
Prime Minister, "we shall have to
resort to the use of forceas long
a the United Nations is unable to
chase the Syrians off."
The Prime Minister added that
Israel will continue, in the fu-
ture, to permit the rightful Arab
Continued on Page 2-A
The President said
he telephoned Eden and
Churchill en the Sues matter
Continued en Page 3 A
Military Base Wiped Out;
Three Dead, Seven Hurt
TEL AVIV also that j and a number of settlements suffered damage from Syrian shelling
I Winston after a night during -which Israeli forces wiped out a Syrian military
natter be- hasp
The former President will be
the principal speaker at a dinner
to be held Feb. 21 in tribute to
Gen. Moshe Dayan, Minister of
Agriculture of the State of Israel
and farmer Chief of Staff of the
Israel Army. The dinner will be
the climax to the conference.
Gen. Dayan, hero of the Sinai
campaign in 1996. is coming to Mi-
ami to take part in the 1960 inaug-
ural conference.
Gen. Dayao's appearance In Mi-
ami comes as Middle East tensions
threatened to explode into a shoot-
ing war. with United Arab Repub-
1 -i armed forces massing on the
'ruel Syrian border following a
Continued en Page 3-A
Adenauer Assures' Jews of Germany
JTA- By Direct Teletype Wire
BERGEN BELSEN Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer and World Jew
ish Congress president Nahum:
Goldmann at noon Tuesday placed
wreaths on two Bergen Belsen j
monuments commemorating 23.000!
victims of Nazism. Federal Mini-
ter l.i tin r-. Strauss and Lueckr.
Lower Saxony Government offi-1
cials. representatives of the World
Jewish Congress, and of the Jew-
ish communities in Germany at
tended the ceremony.
"I am deeply moved and shak-
en at the reminder of all the
suffering and misery which was
dominant hero," declared Aden-
In the morning, hours after a cease-fire had been arranged by the
?United Nations Truce Supervision
, Organization, sporadic shelling con-
tinued from the Syrian side. At
the same time. Israeli jet fighters
chased from the skies four Syrian
... ^Russian-made MIG-17 fighters at-
jrighto every free human be.n,.tempti t0 inv,de gJJ" *
AH those who violate this wil SDarp Th* Jvrin nt.nAe ;.,.
^ v JSi aooTe 825. SXnES
be
auer. "I too was imprisoned in a Germany respects all nations and I *II!" ^.T.n.h T
conc.ntr.tien camp, and thi. is j races, the Chancellor said. "Free- !!"?''"' i M.ttU"ah' Wfre .chas"
I am now reliving the pe-
riod." The Chancellor said that
he and his government regretted
nti-Jewish excesses which oc-
curred in recent weeks in Ger-
many and abroad.
"I assure the Jews In Germany
that they shall have the benefit of j that what happened at Bergen Bel-
security and repect which are the I sen would never happen again.
races.
dom and the rights of every man
are our highest principles."
Dr. Adenauer asked the German
and world public to accept his as-
surance that his government would
do all in its power, especially in the
educational field, to make sure
ed back across their own territory.
Syrian casualties and damage
were estimated to be "much
higher" than Israel's. Fifty
houses were leveled by the Is-
raelis m the abandoned Syrian
village of T.wafik, which the
Syrien Army bed turned into a
garrison overlooking the Israeli
Continued on Page 6-A


Page 2-A
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Friday, February 5. I960
B-G Threatens Force if UN Drags Feet
Victor H. Nybord, president of the Assn. of Better Business
Bureaus, congratulates the board ol directors of the Miami
Beach Better Business Bureau in the Blue room of the Delano
hotel for their actions "to improve advertising and selling prac-
tices." Nyborg receives the Key to Miami Beach from Tom
Smith, convention director of the city.
Jai-Alai Increase Noted
With the half way mark ap-
proaching at the Dania Jai-Alai
Palace, betting and attendance
have shown a marked increase
over last season. But there is one!
thing that this year has in com-:
mon with last, and that's the close-'
ness of the title races. In the Na
tional Singles Championship. Alex,
Isasa and Vergara are all tied up.
In the front court race, Vergara
is leading with nine wins, but only
one more than Ondarra. The back
court race is also close. Bari is
leading with eight wins, two more
than Marcelino. Jai-Alai games are
held nightly at the Palace.
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Continued from Peoe 1-A
owners of land in tht demilitar-
ized xont to cultivate *ueh land.
But, he affirmed, "under no con-
ditions will we allow the Syrian
police, officials or military to en-
ter" that zone. Asserting that
Syrian soldiers, disguised as
farmers, were entering Israeli
Israel Urges
UN Action Now
Continued from Page 1-A
Horn to adopt "all necessary mea
sures to effect the removal of Syr-
ian military units from the demil-
itarized zone." The Israel repre-
sentative on the Israel-Syrian Mix
ed Armistice Commission submit-
ted a similar demand to the com-
mission chairman.
Observers here recalled Prime
Ministry Ben-Gurion's warning in
the Knesset Monday that unless
the UN expelled the Syrian invad-
ers from the Beit Katzir area, Is-
rael would be compelled to use
force again.
The Ben-Gurion and Biran state-
ments were followed by reports
that the Syrians were returning to
the positions in the village of
Tawafik which Israel troops storm-
ed and smashed Sunday night.
The current developments were
seen as highlighting Israel's bas-
ic dilemma, which was whether
Israel should accept for the
time being the condition of the
destruction of the Syrian fortifi-
cations and continue to oppose
further incursions through what
was considered ineffective UN
action, or whether efforts to pre-
vent further .incursions should
be made through direct applica-
tion of military force.
It was noted that the latter
course might require the destruc-
tion of additional Syrian positions i
and thus considerably broaden the
extent and implication of the i
clashes.
lands not belonging to Arab own-
ers, the Prime Minister said:
W am making every effort to,
preserve tranquility along the bor-
der-. We do not uant to exacerbate.j
relations with our neighbors. But
since the United Nations did not i
ask them to cease their activities,
and incursions continued, and one.
of our men was killed, we found it
essential to do away with the Syr- (
ian military post-
Reviewing the situation concern-1
ire the disputed area in the de-
militarized zone, Ben-Gurion stat-i
ed that the irrigation canal near
Beit Katzir was dug six years ago. I
and separates Arab lands fram,
Jewish-owned lands. Israel, he t
said, recognized the right of the.
Arabs to work their own lands.
"After we had requested the |
United Nations to end the incur-
sions by disguised Syrian sol-
diers," he went on, "and when
nothing was done, Israel found
It necessary to eliminate this so-
called village which, actually,
consisted of bunkers and forti-
fied positions."
Even as Ben-Gurion was making
his explanation in the Knesset, ob-.
servers here pointed out that, since
the Israeli-Syrian Armistice Agree-
ment was signed in 1949. Israel
had filed with the United Nations
a total of 750 complaints against
Syrian military positions inside the
demilitarized zone. The UN, how-
ever, has not succeeded in dislodg-
ing any of the Syrians from those
llegally held positions
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mow m w #^WW#I IdTl AWl/f #LS sholem Lodge 0f B'nai Brith lodee.
Meet Honoring Dayan
GEN. MOSHE DAYAN
Continued from Page 1 A
series of air and ground shooting
episodes.
The conference will usher in
the tenth year of Mm Israel Bend
drive and will formally launch
this years nationwide campaign
for the tale ef Israel Bond*. An-
nouncement of Gen. Dayan's par*
ticipation in the conference was
made by Abraham Feinberg,
president of the Israel Bond Or-
oanization.
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Geji-.Payan has, been a. prof es-
sional soldier for over two decades.
He began his career as a member
of the Haganah. the Jewish defense
organization in the Palestine man-
date. When Gen. Orde Wingate, of
the British Army, came to Pales-
tine in 1937 to train a group of
Jewish defenders to fight Arab
marauders, Moshe Dayan became
one of the first members of Win-
gate's special commando "night
squads."
During World War II. Gen.
Dayan served as an officer in the
British Army in the Middle East
sector. It was in a raid against
the Vichy French and the Nazis in
Syria, which he helped plan, that
he lost his left eye.
Sholem Lodge of B'nai Brith
will celebrate its 35th anniversary
at the Americana hotel on Feb. 21.
Founded in 1925. Sholem Lodge
w ill feature the songs of Tony Mar-
tin.
Proceeds wilMe donated to-char-
itable activities carried on by the
lodge.
Co-chairmen of the anniversary
! celebration are Edward Klein.
| Sholem's president-elect, and Ber-
| nard Newmark. Other committee
1 members are Morton W. Palmer.
Myron GeleV Harry Gooda and
Martin Budnick.
TODAY
Ike Questions
Eden Memoirs
Continued from Paga 1-A
fore the explosion. He indicated
that both ho and John Foster
Dulles, the lato Secretary of
State, made known to Israel,
Britain and France that if force
were used, the United States
would stand by its interpretation
of the United Nations policy and
charter. He termed his comments
"footnotes" to the history of the
Suez incidents.
President Eisenhower dismissed
to some extent a question about
implementation of the Morse-Ja-
vits amendment to the Mutual Se-
curity Act empowering the Presi-
dent to withhold aid from nations
that discriminate against Ameri-
cans on a basis of religion or race.
He said that he had no specific
case of this kind brought before
him for a long time. He empha-
sized that exceptions are written
in the law so as to put specific
cases before the President and
make him decide whether or not
certain action is to the best inter-
est of the United States.
Replying specifically to a ques-
tion concerning Saudi Arabian dis-
crimination against American
Jews, Mr. Eisenhower indicated
he would follow the recommenda-
tion of the State Department.
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Volume 33
Friday. February 5. 1960
7 Shevat 5720
Number 6
Ike's 'Defense' a Disservice to U.S. Jewry
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A Supreme Court Justice Tells
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By f. O. OOlTfIN
Judge of the Israel Supreme Court
JERUSALEMThe Supreme Court sits in Jerusalem. It does not
nor do its judges, go out on Assiie. In the days of the Brill*
Mandate, a Judge of the Supreme Court would preside in murder
cases, whether they were held in Jaffa. Haifa. Jerusalem or Nablui
Today that practice no longer applies. The Supreme Court sits in
Chamber of three It may. in certain eases, sit with five judge,
theory', but not in practice, it may sit with even seven or rune judge/
There arc nine judges in all. We have no Chief Justice The
senior judge is the President, and after hrm comes the Deputy r'resi
dent. If these two judges do not sit in any particular case, the pre!
siding judge is the one next in seniority.
Pleadings are conducted in Hebrew and all judgments are written
in that language. Certain Arab lawyers who are weak in Hebrew
are allowed to plead in Arabic, and one or two of them choose to
plead in English. All the judges are at home in English and the ma-
jority have a working knowledge of Arabic.
'BY LEAVE' STRICTLY CORRECT
THE SUPREME COURT is a final court of appeal from the lower
courts in both civil and criminal matters. It acts as a court nf
firsl instance, when it sits as a High Court of Justice. The functioai
of the Hmh Court will be described later in this article. The lower
courts are the magistrates courts and the district courts.
The magistrates have wide jurisdiction in all questions of the
ssion of immovable property and eviction therefrom. Tbej have
jurisdiction over civil mailers where the sum involved Is small and
over less important criminal matters, where the punishment they may
inflict is limited From these courts there is normally an appeal to
the District Courts and from these latter courts, by leave, to the Su-
preme Court The expression by leave" is strictly'correct,
has lost all its meaning because the Supreme Court always asks the
parties whether they agree that the application for leave be treated as
the appeal itself and the parties, f..r obvious reasons, always agree
The District Courts have jurisdiction over all matters."civil and
criminal, thai are not within the purview of the magistrates .
Ill Haifa, the District Court is an Admiralty Court. From the District
Courts Ihet-e IS an appeal, with or without leave-* sentence of not
more than a year's imprisonment is only appealable bv leave,. the
Supreme Court. The Attorney-General may. and does,' appeal to the
Supreme Court against an acquittal bv the District Court
Suppose the lower curt acquits a man of murder aod 'ttndj him
guilty of martslaugHTer. the Attorney General may appeal tTt&Z
DrewCountasking,, to f.n.l him guiltj on the ordinal chlrgL
is right ofwi exercised and there are cases on record" wht:
M Court has sel aside the decision of a lower court tha- he
prisoner was guilty o, manslaughter and found him guiftv^f ni /rder
President Eisenhower was un-
derstandably upset by Sir An-
thony Eden's reminiscenses cur-
rently being published in an
American magazine. The former
British Prime Minister's observa-
tions strike savagely at the heart
of the President's policy-making
decisions during the Sinai and
Suez campaigns of October, 1956.
Sir Anthony's contention is that
Mr. Eisenhower failed to under-
stand the broader implications of
bcth military actions and that far
more than the immediate interests
of England, France and Israel
were involved in their move
against Egypt. History has, of
rourse, since borne him out.
No amount of sanctimonious
rejoinder will ever explain away
the President's folly of putting
Humpty Dumpty together again
of saving Nasser's life so that the
UAR dictator could return to un-
settle Western relations with the
Middle East.
Even the President himself, in
an unguarded moment at one of
hie press conferences some two
years ago, candidly confessed
Ihert it may all have been an error
but that "it was water over the dam "
-53353^23tfs Convention This Weekend
by any effort to achieve a more realistic under-
standing of the letter's Suez Canal policy
(V. Wb** or not the President looked upon
?veJ5?ft*ft? f Sir An,hny'* views as
PrTmfM |hlSuang;y reaCti0n to ,he former
Prime Minister has done a grave disservice to
the American Jewish community.
FiJlLa PrtS8ICOnferen< in Washington. Mr.
Eisenhower hotly justified his 1956 stand with
ma? Ml have intended it oe'.uch. but hfs com
SSL1"-?*.018" rehash of anti-Semitic s.erJo-
1>pes with respect to the "Jewish vote''

oo 7 ntied, Jewish APPeal launches its
22nd na honwide campaign in Miami Beach
this weekend. We welcome the UJA to our
community.
'r,:ThrCnuVen,i0n Comes at a ,ime when once
again Jewish sovereignty in Israel is being put
to severe test-the k.nd of test that takes its
a^^^^^^^-^^br
w*?J!2A* ,he *** 'sk of mo-
community effort in
APPEALING TO THE COURT
o JSSff^JSSg regulation^?? "*?* ST
by. m civil t.ses. the coun mav^^f-r k b*"1 nud* wh're"
Pleadings and judgment ml\Z L ,he. ?o wbmil wruten
are certain tribunaTs whole decisions w,tl'" ***>& ^ere
Cur,. To give one example. dierl So hZ'JS? !i*i**'*
may appeal to a tribunal comoosert of a ?, re{U8*d Pensions
doctors. If the soldier SyLK C-*"> iud!-"d two
and there is a point of law SSS.TJS ISST^?&
the Court of Cassa.J, Con tant.nnni w'hcrc W**^*PV
the Privy Council in London Thk-nP '" ,""' dajs "f ^ Otkh I-
that thorn c....... n. Kaesset of Israel was of the opinion

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valid rather than an 'i^*^"^* J^ish life to ^^T^.^. Ameri"n
impuqnina the atnte. Z lsraei w"hout ------ '"""u" neeas when
S2 &r S,0te A ~m. o, We G,eo,er ,omi,
a fruitful session here.
in wishing the UJA
MOeas corpus, against Government a?Us or Prohibition or .*
"'"Iv u,IKh "PPeen to be ac.m.. 1 *lclal or "8ains "X public
.'*the citizens safeguard agams? .h 7 ,0 '"W 0r arbitrarily. Thi
The Preside* of th'e SH^l^^I^'^.^* '" ShorM
c free from the intervention of thf
Respect for Law Can Enforce Peace in Mid-East
The lni00 r.iu_- : ., _____ mu*l
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world opinion lays down the law ST" ^
angry gun shots barkina arroac hUl
i-ocent men and wornen'Sd^6"-0^
lion, our Sla,e D.^'Sl\"W,S '" <"""
^^^^iXZMtl7J^Litsuff down 4
acts scrut,ni,ed by ,he High SI a .^ ^^ "^ ta" th^
avont.sm. ,0 have nif^Courtan d if hey .re found to have shown
zen h,s riKhIs wuho Je r J"ridictin. to have refused a citi-
;'r" b<' Riven what he ,s en. .led* U ^ CUncil ,nd **"M?eUuW w.A
He" a,rno5, no C,UZen C,n "**P"h ,he ""**
"on oj ^telSE^E*'** "Jhe day he ,od" Ws .PPl'O
gwted but no, refused by. s.^f ^" ms'- bv ,h' *V. > '*
'.hl' wiurn day ,0 that the n^Jn K,e Jud*- A fortnight later will bf
*"; h.m ui,, ;,oSpw,th0u y delay, may have justice
- o fu-ials P|ay in ,h -ns'"ers what an enormous role Cover*.
iaFd.-h* Kr,'a' the need f~ 'nary ,srael dfc'n- wl" "*
guard his ,nter)..N newl 'or a High Court to watch over and
I he Righ C.,un nl...., ._ .
''' '^ Ecclesiastic,! Court* J^!C,ted upon n b>' U courts
,h,:, m" ,he "''<< to til Sr'a rM8n for thl U historical and
;"'" '"*" *xience m v Tln,"n| "'^ how these tr.bun.U
" nd how w, n ^JT"- ho* h*V were given new life
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Friday* fnbiucny 5, 1S60
-JmUtifhridbn
German Ignorance of Past Contagious and Growing
Pag 5-A
religion." Only when this _
happened can Germ ay be said to
have fully recovered.
The prospect for the future is
ominous because the present gen-
eration of adults is far from hav-
ing resolved its relationship with
the past. German adults were
polled two years ago on the ques-
tion "What do you think of Hit-
ler?" Some 45 percent of the West
Germans thought he would be
considered one of the world's
greatest statesmen bad it not
been for the war.
A booklet written for the guid-
ance of German teachers says:
"We have not yet succeeded in
determining our present location
in relation to previous Germany
history. Above all, broad seg-
ments of the population have not
yet reached unanimity in their
judgment of National Socialism
and the resistance movement."
Early this year, an AJC repre-
sentative met for more than an
hour with President Theodor
Heuss. In a letter summarizing
the discussion, the German Presi-
dent declared:
"Aft far at I can judge, the
young people of Germany are
but slightly Interested in the
vents of recent decades which
they have known only as child-
ren. It is our task to inculcate
[within them a spirit of equal re-
spect for all men as fellow human
" tings regardless of race or re-
lion."
President Heuss gave his as-
irances to the Committee that
would call a conference of
inisters of education to consid-
the problem of anti-Semitism
Germany as "one of the chief
bjects of its deliberations." He
rther stated that the matter
jlhould be dealt with directly
irough the education of the Ger-
m youth.
(This summer. Dr. John Slaw-
i, AJC executive vice presi
nt, and Zachariah Shuster,
ad of AJC's European office.
,r,..''CIi"U",V' *""' l?*0'trn' rh **<* i Jet** PloTidiarx
leZsh CnJ!?""m !*$! ""*"""' '" ""*> h the Amcncan
Jewish Commute* in in Committee Reporter."
i inianimiMm __________....... I
visited Germany and met with
a number of West German gov-
ernment, educational, political
leaders, and social scientists. The
meetings explored the problem of
education of German youth. Par-
ticular emphasis was placed on
the importance of utilizing hu-
man relations principles and
techniques in the development of
new educational curricula as well
as on the issue of dealing more
fully and effectively with Ger-
many's recent past.)
Reliving the Past
The irony of the present situa-
tion is that the real threat does
not stem from isolated outbursts
of anti-Semitism and neo-Nazism.
These are overt manifestations of
trouble which in their early
stages can be and are dealt with
directly. By far the great dan-
ger lies in the "collective repres-
sion" of responsibility and the
failure to determine what the
German booklet quoted above
calls "our present location in re-
lation to previous German his-
tory."
For it is well known that the
"return of the repressed" can be
as virulent as the original horror
which has been pushed into the
lower regions of consciousness.
While the economic sun smiles on
Germany, the danger of reversion
to Nesism or to corresponding
atrocities is comparatively small.
Yet should the line Jn the greph
fail, the German people may
again come cleee to reliving their
pest.
Apart from these admittedly
extreme possibilities, there exists
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the day-to-day problem of group
living with group, nation with na-
tion. If awareness as to what
anti-Semitism and neo-Nazism
could bring in their wake is at a
low ebb, then equally low is the
resistance to anti-Semitic inci-
dents, cemetery desecrations,
vandalism. For if people have
forgotten the horrible price they
had to pay for former extremism,
they are more likely to be recep-
tive to new invitations to violence,
more tolerant of Nazis in high
places, less vigilant for their
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True, there are people in West
Germany who realize this and
who understand that the future
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past is avowed. They make
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their past.
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in the recent television inter-
views and other surveys, con-
tinue to exist, and the trouble
with ignorance is that it is con-
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Responsible German educators,
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Friday, February 5,
Military Base Wiped Out, Three Die
Continued front Page 1-A
settlements in and near the de-
militarized zone, southeast of
Lake Tiberias. A quantity of
Syrian machineguns and small
arms was captured by the Is-
raelis in the raid on Tawafik
the largest military action under-
taken by Israel since the period
preceding the Sinai campaign of
1956.
The damage, on the Israeli side,
was suffered in the settlements of
Mtagan, Deganya. Haon and Shaar
Hagolan. where Syrian shells land-
id during the intense fighting in
issued at dawn Tuesday stated:
-4UAs a direct reult of Syrian
provocations and violence in the
last few days in the southern de-
militarized zone, east of Lake
Tiberias, in which one Israeli
was killed and two injured, Is-
raeli forces during the night
wiped out positions constructed
by the Syrians, which disturbed
peaceful life in the area. In the
operation, houses in the deserted
village of Tawafik, which the
Syrians had turned into a mili-
tary base, were destroyed."
The heavy fighting started just
after midnight, after Syrian artil-
the early hours Tuesday morning.' !crv had opelle(| fjrc on the fields
Xo one was injured in any of the adjoining the Beit Katzir settle-
M'ttlements. all civilians having men( Returning the fire, the Is-
taken cover in bomb-proof shelters. !rachs lhen advanced toward the
Life went on as usual in the Is-!s>'rian un P"-"1""* at Tawafik
raeli settlements Tuesday morning.;an(l ,he arPa immediately surround-
On the Syrian side. Israeli obscrv-!lnS ,hat abandoned village.
crs saw military ambulances Gen Carl (' Van Horn- chicf of
tarrying away the casualties who slaff of lnc United Nations Truce
had fallen at Tawafik. The raid Supervision Organization, called
into Tawafik was launched shortly
after midnight, following four days
<>f fighting in the demilitarized
zone near Beit Katzir. The four
day< of fighting were climaxed
Monday with mortar fire from the
Syrian side, costing the Israelis
one dead and two injured.
An Israeli army communique
upon both sides to cease fire, and
the cease-fire order with officially
into effect a few minutes after 4
a.m. However, Syrian positions
continued lobbing occasional shells
across the border.
The dispute concerns a narrow.
10-acre area in the demilitarized
zone on Israel's side of a drainage
canal dog there with the consent of
.the I'NTSO. The Syrians have been
sendir*e>*s groups of-** dis-
guised a- farmers to cultivate the
land and. according I" Israel,
change the siatus quo by establish-
ing -iieu fads." Israel had pre
viously notified the UNT80 that it
was willing to discuss Syria
claims to the "right" to cultivate
i land in the disputed area, but thai
111 would not do so under military
pressure.
Meanwhile, the Cairo radio an-
nounced a state of emergency
within the armed forces of the Uni-
ted Arab Republic. A proclamation
was broadcast of an army aleri
arising from another day of firing
on the Israel-Syrian frontier.
Israel Ambassador Avraham
Harman Tuesday called on Secre-
tary of State Christian Ilerter for
a discussion described by the Am-
bassador as a "routine call" and
"general review." The Ambassa-
dor indicated that the call did not
pertain especially lo the fighting
on the Syrian fronlier. He was ac-
companied by Yaakov Ilerzog,
Minister of the Embassy, who has
just returned from Israel.
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Friday. F
ORGANIZATIONS MASS TO GIVE VO
They Pledge Their Manpower
To Humanitarian CJA Causes
Greater Miami's B'nai B'rith Lodges,
2,000 Strong, Behind Vital Fund Drive
BIGGEST CORPS OF CJA campaigners for General Solicitation was announced by In
ins Srhatzman islanding second left), president of Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Others are (left to right) Jacob Labovitz, co-chairman: Herb lliken. president-elect; Irv-
i: Schenker and Ken I.cvine, co-chairmen. Seated arc chairmen Max Friedman and
Jacob Specter. Workers enrolled are l.oins Summers. Aaron Ehrlichman, Harry Halpcrn,
Allrcd Aden. Sol S Goldstrom, Max Hi; lit. Mrs Rcuoen Goldstein, Isidore Ruopcrt. Jack
M Fink. Isadore Rodman. David Krasno. Israel Cohen. Jack Adeff. Mayer Rogul, Mrs.
J. Das is. George Burkin. Julius Nashman and Morris Yochelson.
STANLEY L COHEN (cenler). president of North Dade Jewish Center, has appointed
Dr Abraham B Pemslcr (left) chairman and Mrs Pemsler co chairman of the CJ\
General Soliciation effort in their communily. "North Dade Jewish (enter will mobil-
ize its membership to assume its share of the responsibility." said Cohen.
-' z*
NORTH SHORE LODGE of B'nai B'rith pledged its assis
lance to the I960 CJA by appointing volunteers. Shown are
(left to right) Jules R. Israel, president; Morris Rossein.
chairman; and Jack Wilson, president-elect and co-chairman
of General Solicitation. Members enrolled are Morris Minov
Nate Glickman. Will Loewenberg. Abe Appel. Ben Toby
I'hil Thau. Larry I.ipkin, Murray Weill. Sam Rosenthal!
David Reimwald, Richard Bergman, Frank Gordon and
Monis Wist.
SHOLEM LODGE, oldest B'nai B'rith lodge n Greater Miami, will be working in the
couniywtde _JA General Solicitation drive, xhown at a planning meeting are (left to
right) Saul Blake, Martin Budnick, chair man. Myron Gold. Marvin Pearlman and Al
lied Kreisler. Standing is Harry Goodman.Members enrolled are Sidney H. Palmer.
Ed Klein. Martin W. Palmer. Max Sharoif.Sanford Swerdlin. Sam Sthindler, Loui-
Friedman, Sam Friedman. Leo Axlrod. Bernard Liberman. Richard Horwich and Juliu-
Strassman.
EfftathPr L0.DGII ';f B'n;,i B'ri,h adds iis man-
powei to the Combined Jewish Appeal Ix>ft to riah
are Stan Goldberg, co-chairman Al i; I ,
presidwt, and Bill Mars, co-chairman 8
THEODORE (TED) H. ROBINSON, (left) a chartei
member ol Hialeah Lodge, B'nai B'rith will serve as
chairman ol the 1960 General Solicitation for CJA
mb,. community With h,m are Frank Kershner,
ejrsoiiriiauoT1* ""r,,w,u- **
r {? N,"D?, ari' KT("M ln '>." th*es* Coral
Gables B nai B nth leaders agree, pledging mem
i>erpouer to the upcoming General Solicitation
a.i,,!1 "''' s'"" N,,'l*rg. lodge pre-i'l,
Art I adrtor and Jerry Robinson, CJA co-chairmen.
MIAMI BEACH LODGE, B'nai
B'rith leaders who will dine
the General Solicitation in tha'
area are (rear) Jacob Labovitz
CJA co-chairman, and Ir\ in
Schatzman, lodge president.
shown with Max Friedman, CJA
chairman.
are Jack Wasserman, lodge president and Tack Knb 7.Iiroa,surer Seated
WkSsSSP are s&jsrtussa ;*wiu ,n
CJA co-chairmen Kenneth BermLn .^^na^CJJtaJ-J. ^ Stern, lodge
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HTEER AID TO COMBINED APPEAL!
Temple Men's Clubs Join With Jewish War Veterans
In Outpouring of Assistance to City-Wide Campaign
TRIPLES MEK'CUIB
JUDGE MILTON A. FRIEDMAN (right), and Paul Seiderman (notshown) will head up the CJA General Solicitation. Full cooperation is
assured by (left to right) Judge Harry A. Greenberg, president of Templ< Beth Sholom; Jack Wagner, president of Temple Beth Sholom Men's
Club; Robert H. Newman, president of Temple Beth Am; and William E Gladstone, president of Temple Israel Men's Club. The door-to-door
project will require al least 2.000 volunteer workers.
ALLEN GOLDBERG, president of Temple Emanu-ElMens Club, reports his members have also agreed to
ISiw full support to CJA-s General Solicitation projecton Miami Beach Shown with him are (left) Dan
Leune coordinator and (seated right) Joseph Abelow.and (standing right) Michael Sossin, co-chairmen.
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m.
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SIDNEY M. ARONOVITZ (seated), presi-
dent of Beth David Synagogue, is shown
with Charles Z. Spingarn, president of the
Men's Club of Beth David, preparing volun-
teer lists for the GiA-General Solicitation.
Already enrolled are Dr. Morris Kleiman.
Irving Rosen. Maurice Hyman, Harold Ber-
my. Albert Quadow, William Berson. Max
Jacobson. Bernard Segal. Fred Sandier and
George Rachlin.
FOUR TEMPLE PRESIDENTS will urge their members to call on nearly 10.000
potential contributors to CJA during the General ***. PUgI e Jjjg
Diamond, president. M.ntuello Park Jewish Center; Sam H Lubell pre* ^ J^ "P'e
Sinai of North Miami: Irving Newmark, second vice president ofJcmpk. Ju*Mi. and
Edward N. Moore, president, Flagler Granada Jewish Center, and Judge Friedman.
WILLIAM E. GLADSTONE (right), president of Temple Israel Men s Club, meets
with deft to right) Judge Harry A. Greenberg, president of Temple Beth Sholom, Jack
Wagner, president of Men's Club of Beth Sholom. and Robert H Newman, pres.
of Temple Beth Am, to plan recruitment for workers in CJA General Solicitation.
First volunteers to sign up at Temple Israel were Meyer Kronenberg Ralph Nern-
berg. Ben Silberman. Irving Gladstone. Hyman Kaplan. Mrs. Naomi Silverman. Ber-
nard Lubschutz. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Marx, Sara DeLott, Herman Binder and Herbert
P. Blumberg, according to Gladstone.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS Posts of Greater Miami this week announ-
ced their units will supply CJA with manpower. Percy Friedlander
(left] is a past regional vice commander and a member of Surfside
He will be chairman of General Solicitation for JWV. Co-chair-
man will be Harry Cohen (right).


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Friday. February 5. 1960
Broking """ *** HILARY M1NPUN
Crowning Reality in Book Filled With Many Realities
V,W"' f ......_ ^^nrt^f snirit no matter how often it bends
THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ. By
Ntordecai Richler. """377 p. Bofton: Atlantic-Little,
Brown. $4.50.
YOUNG CANADIAN AUTHOR Mordecai Richler has
written a vivid novel on a "What Makes Sammy
Rlln,' type of theme. Starting in the slums of Montreal's
St. Urbain Street and ranging up to the Laurentians, the
Canadian Catskills, and down to New York, the swath cut
by semi-delinquent Duddy Kravitz exposes the lower-class
Canadian Jewish community with a reality which is
' .._. .-.. i im.ihIi-iii sriirit no matter how often it bends to
Duddv himself, first .seen as an mcorrig.ble f^een- ndepen -P ^ ^ ^ ^ ... ^ a
year-old iho gr.aAte, M^lVgfUf Hg School temp^^ ^ ^
amusing, sad and candid.
Capitol Spotlight:
pursuits, is the classic portr.it of the .boy on h way up
who doesn't care how he gets there. Hw de ^"^ S'"V'"J
to be Somebody fixes itself on the desire to own land. :for
his grandfather Siracha has told him. "A man without land
is nobody. Remember that, Duddel. -
But Duddy grows into something more than the usual
ruthless ladder-climberi fie reveals, besides the relentless
energy which sends him spinning off from one venture to
another, a proud sensitivity and the rooted dignity of the
West Germany a
Washington
SHOULD WEST GERMANY be given
United States atomic weapons? Once
equipped with nuclear arms, the Bonn
regime could reject American influence
and embark on a self-centered, national
istic policy. Without the restraint of their
I Chancellor, Konrad Adenauer, the
Germans might revert to form. Bonn's
ruling elements and army include so many cynical oppor-
tunists that their service of selfish ends is predictable.
If it benefited Bonn, a new Berlin-Moscow pact would
be -igned regardless of its effect on others. Or, Bonn
Ci uld seek to embroil America in a deeper crisis with the
Soviet bloc to satisfy German territorial ambitions. Such
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
New Frankenstein Monster?
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Potency of the UN
r United Nations
A RESOUNDING resolution con-
** demning the current resurg-
ence of anti-Semitism has been
'aid before the United Nations:
-cure one for human rights. But
hat resolution must go through at
_ east five steps before is becomes
, ^ T>_^^B N law. Score five againt human
rights. I ne net result: 5 to 1 against any meaningful
action by the United Nations in this field.
Since the formation of the United Nations in
1945, nothing has shown up the UN's helplessness in
the field of human rights as pointedly as the resolu-
tion dealing with anti-Semitism.
The resolution was introduced by Judge Philip
Halpern, of Buffalo, one of the 14 members of the
Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and
Protection of Minorities. At the very outset, the
draft presented by Judge Halpern had strongest
backing. Co sponsors of his resolution were the rep-
resentatives of Britain, France, Austria. Uruguay
and Finland. There was little doubt that the reso-
lution could pass in the subcommission.
Only a bare majority is needed for adoption Of
a resolution by the group of 14. It was inconceivable
that even the Russian and Polish representatives,
cr the three Arab League representatives for that
matter, would vote against the resolution. The worst
they would do would be to abstain.
Butadoption of a resolution by the subcom-
mission is only the first step. The group is a unit
of the Commission on Human Rights, and can only
recommend any desired action to the full Commis-
sion. Let us say that the full Commission would
accept the subcommission's recommendation. That
would be step No. 2. Then the full commission
would send the draft onto the Economic and Social
Council, the UN organ that has jurisdiction over
the Commission.
The Economic and Social CouncilECOSOC, as
it is called herecan also do no more than recom-
mend. Its recommendation goes to the General
Assembly. When and if that is done, step No. 3 will
have been accomplished. The General Assembly
would, presumably, put the resolution on its agenda.
At the next session of the General Assemblyper-
haps by September of 1960the item would be allo-
cated to the Assembly committee dealing with such
matters, the Social. Cultural and Humanitarian Com-
mittee. The committee would debate the draft-
step No. 4.
An idea of how this committee operates may be
obtained by judging the committee's work in regard
to two draft covenants on human rights, which it has
been debating since 1954. During these six years,
the committee has not yet finished debate on the
two draft covenants.
Let us say that, sooner or later, the committee
will adopt the resolution. That would complete step
No. 4. Thenthe resolution would go to a plenary
meeting of the General Assembly. Ifand when
the Assembly itself adopts the resolution, step No 5
will have been taken. Then?
After all these steps, the resolution will still
be only a recommendationone which the member
states of the United Nations may implement, or not
as they see fit.
eventualities might bring new peril not only to German
Jews but to the estimated 3.000,000 Jews trapped behind
the Iron Curtain.
An analysis of the "new" German army revealed that
one enlisted fanatic was discharged for disseminating anti-
Jewish literature in a barracks. But the Army's Inspec-
tor General, Adolf Heusinger. who planned military strat-
egy for Hitler, remained in the post. The Bundeswehr's
high command includes generals who collaborated in the
Nazi murder of 6,000.000 Jews. The Bundeswehr also ad-
mits former SS and SA men.
Adenauer has held forth eloquently against anti-Semit-
ism. But a look at his close associates is shocking. His
right-hand man. Hans Globke, wrote the official commen-
taries on the Nazi race laws. Gerhard Schroeder. Aden-
auer's Minister of Interior, the nation's highest police offi-
cial, is a former storm trooper.
Theodor Oberlander, Bonn's Minister of Refugees,
served as an SS captain detailed to the viciously anti-Jew-
ish Vlassov army of pro-Nazi Ukrainians. Minister of
Justice Fritz Schaeffer has authorized large pensions to
ex-Nazis but attacked the program for restitution to vic-
tims of Nazism.
Jewish groups called at the German Embassy in
Washington to express concern over anti-Semitic vandal-
ism which erupted early this month. They met with Am-
bassador Wilhelm Grewe, who gave gracious assurances
of his consideration. Yet the ambassador was himself a
Nazi. He wrote articles for Hitler's periodicals, among
them Auswartige Politik. As a member of the university
professors' group of the Nazi party, he worked with the
Deutsches Auslandswissenschaftliches Inslitut.
Dr. Grewe's reports may have been read in Bonn by
Dr. Felix Gaerte, legation counsellor in the West German
Foreign Ministry. Dr. Gaerte is deeply interested in Jew-
ish problems. He served as SS-Untersturmfuhrer in the
Reich Security Office and also in the SS Racial and Settle-
ment Bureau. He participated in the deportation of "non-
Aryans," mostly Jews, to concentration camps.
What were the innermost feelings of Dr. Walter Bec-
ker, West German Ambassador in Cairo? In his dealings
with the United Arab Republic, Dr. Becker must occasion-
ally recall his former service as an SS-Oberfuhrer and
special commissioner of the Nazi Party.
Once West Germany holds the trump card of nuclear
armament, it may care much leas about world public
opinion. The old swagger and arrogance might re-emerge.
That is the opinion of Washington elements concerned lest
the United States create a terrifying menace in the hope
of securing a powerful ally.
Is West Germany destined to become a new Franken-
stein's monster? Her friends, including Israeli Premier
Ben-Gurion, hope not. They would like to see genuine
democracy emerge. A sure sign of such democracy would
be a purge of Nazis in important positions. Another indi-
cation would be a thorough overhaul of the school system
to teach the full truth about the enormous crimes of the
Hitler era.
little Jew-boy on
no gangster either. Mr. Richler is too much a realist to
work in the' flat tones of black end white
The drive for money takes this feverish hero far from
St Urbain Street, away from his father. Max, an easy-
aoing taxi driver who doea a bit of procuring on the aide,
and his brother. Lennie. the fairhaired jnedical student. It
takes him to a Jewish resort in the Laurentians. where he
spends a summer waiting tables (among other things),
into an association with an alcoholic director who pro-
duces avant-garde movies out of bar-mitzvah ceremonies,
which Duddy sells to the rich parents, into some border
smuggling with the local racketeer, a cripple known as
Jerry Dingleman, the Boy Wonder.
Author Richler writes with\ a tumultuous kind of
power. His ear for speech ia perfect, and tome of the
scenes are pure comedy. The showing of the bar-mitzvah
film, for instance, just skirts burlesque, while many of
the more candid dialogues are saved from vulgarity by
their pure humor. The book has an odd unfinished qual-
ity, perhaps because there is a problem, posed but un-
developed, between Duddy's real regard for his Zayde and
his rejection by him. It may be that this is the final focus
of Mr. Richler's flawless camera-eye: that to reckon, in
this casual, human way, the price paid for success is
simply the crowning reality in a book filled with realities.
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Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
International Scheme
Jerusalem
eOR ISRAEL, the signs which in
the past weeks again,demon-
strated the virulence of anti-Semit-
ism and the tenacity with which
the Nazi infection survives in all
four corners of the globe, bore a
crucial significance in more than
one respect. As the land where
moat survivors of the Nazism found a new life, hun-
dreds of thousands of Israelis know from tragic per-
sonal experience the meaning of the swastika. There
is practically not a single soul among that third of
Israel's population who were born in Europe who did
not have a child, parent, brother or sister, husband
or wife, or some other close relative among the six
milion Jews muredered by the Nazis during World
War II.
Moreover, Israel and Israelis are strongly con-
scious of their obligation to defend Jews prosecuted
for their race or religion anywhere abroad. This
consciousness motivated the Israel government when
it sent notes to the governments of all countries
where anti-Semitic outbreaks recently occurred. In
the notes, the government statement condemning the
outbeak of anti-Semitism in the Knesset was brought
to the attention of all countries concerned.
Some thought that the notes should have been
sent to all countries maintaining relations with Is-
rael, to avoid ill-feeling on the part of the countries
"singled out" for Israel's attention. Others thought
that the notes should have been sent only to those
countries where more serious or widespread out-
breaks occurred. There was, however, hardly any-
body here who doubted Israel's duty to raise Its
voice clearly in this matter.
Significantly, the government statement in the
Knesset was not made by Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion, but by Justice Minister Pinhas Roeen,
self born and raised in Germany.
Between You and" Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Will the Two AJC's Merge to Become One?
WHEN OFFICIALS of the American.
** Jewish Congress participate in pub-
lic conferences sponsored by the Ameri
can Jewish Committeeand when their I
names are listed in the American Jewish
Committee programit can definitely be
considered as news. This is exactly what
happened at the dedication events of the
Institute of Human Relations of the
American Jewish Committee. Two leading officials of t
American Jewish Congress-Will Ma slow and Leo Pfeffer
-were on the program of the discussions on intergroun
relations which marked the dedication of the AmeriS!
Jewish Committee's Institute. American
Does this mean that the areas of interests nf th.
American Jewish Committee and the AmeHrfn ?! I
Congress do not differ so widelv aa m.n. .Jewuh
believe' Some observer, .^dyin T'vZ^TL"
ferences and deliberations held durL ihJ t ?. ??'
!= *** h.trwniih,ra ;rs
American-born Jews, the need for two organizations work-
ing in the same field is less understood.
The ideologies which led to the establishment ef the
American Jewish Congress as diatinct from the American
Jewish Committee have practically disappeared. Today,
the American Jewish Committee is no loafer considered
an organization of "asRimilated Jews, end the American
Jewish Congress is no longer an organization ef "immi-
grant Jews. In fact, some of the leader, of the American
Jewish Congress take a more "animilated" attitude to-
ward certain problems than some of the leaders of the
American Jewish Committee. It was not for nothing that
ur. Joachim Pnnz. when he became president of the
American Jewish Congress, insisted that the Congress
snouid become more "Jewish."
At the same time, the president of the American Jew-
ish Committee. Herbert Ehrmann, is weU known lor his
aeep feelings fpr things Jewish. A Kentucky-born lawyer.
ni. IiVa.t m'n' Prom'nent Boston resident, he beet dis-
r,i k a *t ,ee,'B* bv educating his son to become a
vong.ess will cease to exist as two separ.te-andi .rfinn L 1 8hrmk wilh ,D* ""ch of time there will be no
ganizations becomes more and more
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Fridays February 5, 1960
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MAKING FREEDOM MEANINGFUL
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UJA Must Help Israel
Map Out the Destiny
Of Third' Immigrants
Israel qt last but still no home. This elderly woman is but
one of more than 60,000 people who must live in Israel shanty-
towns for immigrants. The United Israel Appeal, a member
agency of the United Jewish Appeal, must help more than
60,000 Ma'abarot dwellers and 30,000 other ill-housed persons
and newcomers expected in 1960 to obtain real homes.
The man behind the plow is one of 130,000 immigrant farm
settlers in Israel who still need help to make their farms self-
sufficient economically. They need water, livestock, farm
machinery, roads, electrification and farm buildings. They
must be helped through the United Jewish Appeal.
I'll,. ......,,.,., ,,, ..
By MORRIS W. BERINSTEIN
General Chairman
United Jewish Appeal
This is the century of great mi-
grations. War and disaster and
persecution have driven millions
of human beings from their lands
or origin to seek freedom in other
countries. And. as we all know,
this century has seen the mass
movement of millions of Jews,
first from the Old World to the
Western Hemisphere, and after
the Hitler holocaust from coun-
tries of oppression and fear to
the new, bright hope of a free and
independent Israel.
The Jews of Israel and of
America, recognizing their his-
toric position and function, have
responded magnificently to their
responsibilities.
Here in the United Slates, the
American Jewish community is
about to embark formally on its
22nd consecutive annual United
Jewish Appeal campaign at its
Miami national inaugural con-
ference this weekend. Over the
years the UJA has come to tig
nify much more than a philan-
thropic endeavor, broad and mag-
nificent as that endeavor has.
naanaiHBi hh aVMHHNMnp mm hi I
been. Wc have come to see that
like the creation and development
of Israel as a haven, the UJA in
its function as rescuer and re-
builder of lives, has become an
instrument of history.
More than generosity was need-
ed to raise the UJA to this sig-
nificant position. It required vi-
sion and courage to face facts,
as well as the warm hearted re-
sponse of America's Jews, to .the
cries for help from overseas.
That vision and courage are es
sential forces which will help this
22nd annual campaign of the Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal to success.
The UJA agencies are now-
dealing with a set of problems
which result from the recogni
tion of the fact that man cannot
live by freedom alone.
Self-Sufficiency
Since 1948, UJA has helped
bring almost a million immi
grants to Israel. It gave them
freedom, but it also triad to help
them make that freedom real by
aiding them to become self-suf-
t. Today, only two out of
three Of that million have reach
nl tin- goal of self-sufficient y
The third immigrantand there
.are almost 350,000 "third immi
grant.s" in I-rael still nerds our
help
Tie third immigrant needs i
hooda siinjle but decent
hometo bring up his children
with an equal chance in life. Yet
among Israel's third Immigrant!
we find 60.000 living in ihanty-
towns, 130.000 unable to make
their livings on farmsteads
the] uetv lettled, tens ,,f thou-
sands of youth unable to get the
training, guidance, and educa-
tion they need to bring them to
a par with the rest of Israel's
youth, and a host of other needs.
These problems form the core
of the UJA's 1960 campaign.
MORRIS BtKINSTtIM
. core of campaign
Added to them are the- vast re-
sponsibilities which the agencies
of the UJA have to a total of
more than 600,000 people not only
in Israel but in 25 other coun-
tries throughout the worldre-
sponsibilities the fulfillment of
which mean life Ttself.
The real significance of UJA
for us is that it enables u- to
make freedom more meaningful
throughout the world, and that
in doing so we make it more
meaningful for ourselves.
Sounding the Future This
youngster's health is being
checked at Youth Aliyah cen-
ter, where orphaned, semi-*
orphaned and impoverished
immigrant youngsters in Is-
rael are taught to enter adult
life as useful, creative citi-
zens. Youth Aliyah is one of
many immigrant aid pro-
crams suported by the Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal.
Ma'abarot life means hopelessness. In Israel
today, more than 60,000 men, women and
children must live in immigrant shanty-towns
such as these, for lack of real homes. The Uni-
ted Israel Appeal, a member agency of the
United Jewish Appeal, must help more than
60,000 Ma'abarot dwellers and 30,000 other
ill-housed persons and newcomers expected
in 1960 to obtain real homes.
Parched earth is the most serious problem
facing 130,000 immigrant farm settlers in Israel
who cannot make ends meet on farms. They
need land irrigation, farm tools, livestock and
other aids to become self-supporting. They
must be helped through United Jewish Appeal.
Life must go on even in Israel's immigrant shanty-towns the
so-called Ma'abarot. The United Israel Appeal, a member
agency of the United Jewish Appeal, must help more than
60,000 Ma'abarot dwellers and 30,000 other ill-housed persons
and newcomers expected in 1960 to obtain real homes.
The United Jewish Appeal launches its 22nd consecutive
annual meeting this weekend on Miami Beach. Here, Morris
W. Berinstein, general chairman of the UJA, suggests that
1960 must not only be a year to meet the tragic needs of
Israel's "third immigrant," but a time to "clear the road for
the future," as well.
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Decisive Moments in Our History
sheep he saw an unusual fire. A bush was burn.ng but i was not
Smed. Moses prostrated himself "Th.sill.a sign of God he
thought. "The flame that gives heat and light but is not itseii
"TttSffiSbSSffb-A Moses reviewed the major
experiences of his life. He had tried to forget the suffering of his
pS in Eg/p? He thought he had built a wall between himself
and his old v'earnings. but now he knew that he could not hope to
escapetheResponsibility of helping the Hebrews. He interpreted
ihe hurnine bush as a divine call to return to Egypt.
thC e8 I will send you to Pharaoh the tSbmmmit]
beckoning, as Moses became more and more enchanted by the
fire Moses was filled with a sense of his own adequacy for
the grand task. How could he. one man without an army, hope
to oppose the mighty Pharaoh, feared by many nations?
"Who am I," he wrestled with the call, "that I should go to
Pharaoh?" In torment for awhile, he resisted the compulsion to
stand beside the weak and the persecuted. He closed his eyes
seeking to blot out the image of the fire and to ease the stirrings
of his soul. He thought of the pleasure of spending the rest of his
life here in Midian with his wife and children, enjoying the serene
life of the shepherd, seemingly without danger or want.
Then he opened his eyes once again, and the decision was
made. His fear of returning to Egypt dissipated before the urg to return to an incompleted task. If he would not help, who would
help' If all men answered, "no," whenever would liberty tri-
umph? He felt himself buttressed in resolve and power. Me
understood that he would not act alone or unaided. The crackling
flames of the bush seemed to say, "But I will be with you.
"So Moses took his wife and his sons and went back
to the land of Egypt."
Dr. Wolf son in Talk
Fourth lecture in a series on
"The Art of Happy Living" was
given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson
Wednesday evening at the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum. 11th st. and Ocean
ct., Miami Beach. The lecture will
be repeated at the Blackstone ho-
tel Friday evening.
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Rabbi Stern Will
Speak Wednesday
Concept of a Messiah or a Mes-
sianic Age" will be discussed at
the fifth in a series of lectures of-
fered by Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, of
! Beth Jacob Congregation. Rabbi
| Stern will discuss both the philoso-
I phy of a Messiah and its practical
'implication to the present reestab
lishment of the State of Israel.
i
The lecture will be held Wed-
nesday evening at Beth Jacob
Congregation.
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Torah Vodaath
Cites Bienenfelds
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Me-
sila. theological seminary n
Brooklyn. N." Y.," will pay tnbute
o the B.enenfeld family at
^uai^dinneTMarTe at the Coronet
The five Bienenfeld brothers,
now residing in different parts of
the United States, are well-known
for their activities on bchaii 01
Jewish education and for other
philanthropic endeavors. They and
their families will arrive in Miami
Beach to be present at this func-
tion.
Included are Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Bienenfeld, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Bienenfeld, Mr. and Mrs.
Jonas Bienenfeld, and Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld, 3158
Royal Palm ava., Miami Baach.
Rabbi Pinches Briskman, Tal-
mud instructor at Torah Vo-
daarh, is now in Miami Baach
assisting in the arrangements of
the dinner.
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Me
sifta is one of the oldest Yeshiva?
in the country and maintains a
complete elementary high school
and Rabbinic College in Brooklyn.
Rabbi Rackovsky was one of 24 j Present enrollment of the school
alumni of the Rabbi Isaac Elchan-I numbers more than 1,800 students
an Theological Seminary of Ye ) who come from 23 different coun
shiva University singled out for j tries, Rabbi Briskman said. The
commendation for 36 or more i five Bienenfeld brothers, all lead
years of spiritual leadership in be-'ing industrialists, have been active
RABBI JOSEPH KACKOVSKY
Yeshiva U. Fetes
Rabbi Rackovsky
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. spirit
ual leader of Beth Tfilah Congre-
gation, was honored Monday at a
dinner at Yeshiva University in
New York City for his 39 years of
service in the rabbinate.
Mr. Palm Man Reelecf ed
Abraham J. Schuel, of Palm
Beach, has been reelected a trus-
half of the American Jewish com-
munity.
The Monday dinner, at the uni
versity's main academic center,
was part of a Rabbinic Alumni
homecoming and mid-year celebra
tion.
Born in Jerusalem, Rabbi Rac-
kovsky is known in th* cantorial
world as "the Yerushalmi." Ho
came to the United Stato* a* the
age of 16, whera he received
Smicha at Yeshiva and studied
mutic at Julliard. Ha later re-
ceived Smicha again from Rabbi
in Torah Vodaath since its incep-
tion more than 40 years ago.
of Beth Tfilah Congregation form-
ed in 1944.
Residing at 945 Michigan ave..
Rabbi Rackovsky is former direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth, and continues active
in kashruth circles today. He and
his wife have two children. Rabbi
Judah Rackovsky. of Reading, Pa.,
and Rabbi Boris Rackovsky, of
Bloomington. Ind..' director of
Hillel at the Univers.ty of Indiana.
s 41 tee of National Jewish Hospital at Abraham Kook. latt chief rabbi
Denver. The hospital treats tuber-
culosis and other chest diseases,
including heart defects amenable
lo surgery.
Attention Senior Citizens:
For 'Senior Citizens' of moderate means wishing
the convenience and luxury appointments of a
residential senior citizen's residence on an all
year round plan ... the 'new' Holiday Manor
is located on Indian Creek Drive and 60th St.,
Miami Beach and is offering three meals a day
.. plus a completely redecorated room for only
$130 per month .
. Included are reading rooms, music rooms,
private sun deck and service unequalled. Also
included .. are free yachting and fishing parties!
P.S. Holiday Manor is strictly for senior citizens
who are desirous of loving care and a homelike
atmosphere.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL
Mr. W. Mcgrath-
UN 6-5421
of Israel and dean of tha Beth
Oin of Jerusalem and Jaffa, as
well as from Rabbi Isser Zalman
Meltzer, dean of the Rabbinical
College Etx Chaim of Jerusalem.
Rabbi Rackovsky also studied at
Columbia University in New York
City.
He and Mrs. Rackovsky came
to Miami Beach 23 years ago.
where he served as spiritual lead-
, er of Congregation Shaare Tfilah
and Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation (Beth El Congregation
today), before assuming the pulpit
CAN TOU ALWAYS FIND
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other dates on the Hebrew Calen-
dar? You will be able to find those
dates at a glance if you have the
32-page booklet, offered free to
readers of this publication.
Just send a post-card or a letter,
requesting a free copy of the Heinz
24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar.
Write to:-
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ISRAELI A. DOMESTIC O.FTS
Friday. February 5. 1960
Brandtis Lectort Stn'es
Second in a series of lectures by
Brandeis University faculty mem-
bers will be held on Sunday, Feb.
28, at the Saxony hotel, according
to Dr. Slgnley Frehling. president
of the Brandeis University Club of
Greater Miami. The 8:1.5 p.m. lec-
ture will be open to club members
and their guests, and will include
a complete evening of refresh-
ments.
Musical Satire
To be Staged
"H. M. S. Trimmisfore," a musi-
cal satire with an all-male cast,
will be staged by Temple Zion
Men's Club Saturday and Sunday
evenings. Repeat performance is
scheduled Feb. 14.
The play was written by Mr.
and Mrs. Irving HugeL. Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Ramer, and Mrs. Alice
Miller.
Site is Hillel House on the Uni-
versity of Miami campus, 1100
Miller dr. In charge of reserva-
tions are Mesdames Nettie Deutch-
man and Vivian Sinclair.
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*Je*istnoridk*n

oems of wisdom
A m*r?3* ro3ftf'?ooI[ in their]
old father ta live with idem. A.. *
Ngi wt*\er anj son-ywiuu / wot slbppv m hi* Jre.i. -nd hu I
nanncislefj^ mufki to ,{,,, a>..Kd |
Tbe fru'd'en /elt ajhatned 0f n, I
..nd relegated,. Him to the kitchen *
uhetf .he was led *eparately an/1 t
jf't /rom, t)i family.
but. at time went on physical i
oea\nesses left the old nan in no *
ntrol oxer hit handi. and thus ?
hakingwth ape^ many of the diih- |
uere?jbrok*t$43 he attempted t,
*"' T',4>oun cojplc came upon |
; in*e rfieVtr 'a*Mi"on Thev or-,
iered wooden dishes and wooden *
utensils te.be, ued in the kjtch.cn |
'\ thf old man.
One day at the couple was ;
ig in dieir Uwngroom socializing
ith their family, they noticed that I
Zieir youngest son was whittling. '
~h.e father turned to his son and
ked "What arc you making.'" \
"' t child looked up to hit father :'
I -aid: "I am making a wooden
poon so that when you get old.
Will let vou use u "
I- it not m truth that children
re the products of their environ-
-cnt' A* we. treat our parents. '
JsaMeBMsV-aete?"** be treated by
fur children.
Page I3-A
Sn We Must See With Our ;
Eyes Before Crisis Arises
tami s
fKellgious j.Ti- tj T---------
By
RABBI HERSCHEIL SAVILLE
Miami Hebrew Congregation
Someone has observed that
though the mouse is hated by both
the housewife and the cat, the mo-
tive of the latter is vastly differ
ent from that of the former The
cat hates the mouse' and pursues
it for the purpose of devouring it*
prey. The housewife seeks only to
be rid of the mouse but is not in-
terested in any benefit. This ob-
servation can be applied to human
beings in their role as critics of
persons and issues.
There are critics who delight in
the failure of the opponent so that
the power may change hands and
reach the critic as a reward.
This problem is a real one not
only in matters of politics but also
in the disunity between the young
and old generation in Jewish life,
who are at loggerheads here in
America as to Judaism and on the
same issues in Israel. The tragedy
Services k*J hi'* LUe e h e n d
'' -" -.. .. ,*. -.-. mat, ... .
*OUDATM ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyle ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac P.vr.
Friday S p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ser-
mon. "Judatim As a ReMsion ol
eremonlal Obaervancea," liar Mltx-
vah: Vale Man. on of Mr. and Mr*
Arthur Leilmultz: I.elle. wn of Mr
nd Mrs Ma v Feldman: Jeffrey, son
>t Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Vallii.
VNSHE EMES.
Conservative,
president.
25S3 8W IStti ave
Maxwell Silbermai
DABBI MRSCHtLl SAVIIU
tragedy of hostility
Ifn!.0^1 !.here. V* ^,fierences of P'n'>" h"t that there is a hostility,
errorfof Mother *** de'i8ht "" Ut ,he fa"Ures and
SETH OAVIO. 2435 SW Srd ava. Con
servative. Rabbi Vaakov Rosenbere
Cantor William W Lioaon
Prldav s 1". p.sa. Sermon: '-The C'our-
Lad Adult education :4j ji.m. Haturdny : a.m.
JETH EL. 500 SW 17th ava. Orthodox
Rbbl Solome- *~h.'i.
Pi Ida': and I IS p.m. Bernu n
"Tha sir^-nath irf Dsvotlon s.....da'
S:30 a m. Sermon: "Weakr) Po >|
3ETH EMITH. 12250 NW 2nd ave
Conaarvativa. Rabbi David W. Her-
ton. Cantor Hyman Fein
- !'. |i m ,-.-? mrai "H'i
' Bat-
irdai I am Sermon: .\r^ Mlraclea
"
JETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or
thodox Rabbi H. Louia Rottman.
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1ETH JACOB. 33' -31' Washington
v. Orthodox. Rbbi Tisor Stern
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
F r 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Hatred la Not a Pad."
ETM RAPHAEL. 1M NW 3rd ave
Orthodox.
jmftra miinn
1
te^ni Kin .niirr*]a its^x
fyhr) niaini oi,n d*k")(?3
J .Ta^-.^ai D^yrri
Jny_ rrr tr^as? D^rinx;
3*?a ^a ^ftn- ^d"? oa
Ik' triton^ rn
T T
|?n .wn k> ii 'pv ]inv
jnx fa D"aM nnixa
"$ HDiTK nis"iK pai "7X
]aVi ,*7xa v}*?n rrn nj?no
1 t I T T T IT V
"wk y-Din'? Vnn -^asn-^
-yn na^nn ,nnnx ma
T T t I T -1 T
^ftr-pRa rrqflni rnrtn
.nriDnn4?! nyj\pb
BETH'TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or
thodox. Rabbi Joseph = Racvovstcv
PYtdaj r* p m i.n
This U what the Torah tells us in the last verse of the Sedrah about KS
JSiJ/i Th T 5 Jhe head has f0ur separa,e '""iPanments to congreoat.oTTV^ chain, 404
indicate the legiitimate differences in the thinking and the opinions of R oToJ" RCabb, MCh.1n!
people. The Tfillin of the hand is one undivided unit to show that when ,, SfiSfSgSf- .
the vanous opinions have been expressed, in action there must be unity
It is strange and disturbing that only under the influence of extreme
emergency do we recognize the unity of action implied in the Tfillin
of the hand.
,^k We" ISraCl h,ad ,0 fi8ht or'i,s Dir,h a" fougnt with equal vigor
When America is fmally aroused the whole country acts like one man
But how much less costly would be the struggle if we could learn the
lesson of the Tfillin in "b*i enecho," between thine eyes, to see with
our eyes before the crisis engulfs all mankind.
Sermon "Plasfl n
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;OR*L WAV JEWISH CENTER
P.O. Box 34-OS-i. Viami. Rabbi Sam
uel An>
Acts i)J
tlon i"

TALES OF MORALS
A poor man walking along the
I road one day discovered a purse
i containing $100. The purse also
i .-ontained the address and identity
I >/ the owner. The finder, being
5 :n honest man. decided to return
I he lost article. He found the own-
t r of the purse and returned it to
I .im. The owner, being a greedy
nan assumed that he could recover
i Tore than he lost, and accused the
! oor man of taking a part of the
IPO*) that was in the purse. The
' reed\ owner claimed that the purse
-ngmally contained $-00. urhere-
poit he hailed the finder into
' ourt.
T'.e judge heard the complaint
6 nd he asl^ed the ountr of the
ur.f ;.i df.tribe the purse and its
omtllll, The ou'ner did so. claim-
5 ng that there was $200 in thr
nrse. The ;ud?e then ask_ed the
I mdff to describe U'hat he found I
I nj the poor man insisted there I
5 .'as only $100 when he found it s
Obviously, said the ;udge this ii
a lot your purse, hence there being
I 'o other claimants, the finder will I
tep what he found '
MORAL: Oftentimes greed is I
I our ou'n undoing.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., S Miami. Refo-m Raobl Herbert
Baumga'd. Cantor Charles Kodner.
i) T.3'i p.m. Barmon: "What
KWOrV YOUR HERITAGE -
Concepts of Judaism Relating
To Prayer, Faith and Immortality
JADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1160 NW
?-,.. r--n,erv,t,v- Cantor Eman.
uel Vandel.
y 1111\ |. in i
'.!.. | /. K
rLAOLERORANAOA. 50 NW 5^st
Si. Conservative Rabbi Bernard
hoter. Cantor Fred Bernst*'n.
-
sltion." Onaa inabbai boats Mr mid
>. and Mi and M s
lta> l..-\ In-, rn hoi i
w-r-ii.- Saturday
Mllsvaaj at Mlnaha: dt>-plirn. xon of
Mr ami Mi- Il.ir\.-\ Raker.
TEMPLE BETH EL.
Hollywood. Retorm.
Jafte.
P IIT
1645 Polk St..
Rabbi Samuel
talon
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
dlchreiber.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144.Chass
ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisb
Cantor Oavio Conviaer.
* i .
I'roii; Heine Brotherb
of their anni-I""1" l;" Mltavah R
son if I>i and Mrs William Ivar, Nautilus dr.
la there a Prayer for achievement
and fulfillment in our daily
prayer book?
Yes. This persistent need of hu-
man life finds its expression io
the daily morning prayer called
"Uvo Letzion." It reads: "That we
may not labor in vain nor bring
forth confusion."

Can religion save a man from th#
onto of loneliness?
CANDLELIGHTING Tim
7 Shevert 5:47 pjn.
FT. LAUOEROALE EMANU-EL. 'SO'
E. Andrews ava. Reform. Rabbi
Mariua Ranson. Cantor Sherwin
Levine.
a
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
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HI*' CAM SCpnOII IF""SH CON-
CREOATlON. 1150 W. 68th at.. Hia-
leah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman.
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Raboi
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gross-
berg
Friday I 15 p.m Barmon: "Cons
ii 'i.....r a Nation." Patui
.i in Barmon: "Your R
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TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing.
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reicn
l-Ylday ." and 8:30 p in Saturday 9
Mini In the E>'e < the Hebrews and 11 !l"*C/;.K*" ,"**'h" ,*"" f f*2. V4
ar. Murray luen. Ijr: v son ( M
*'"'-___.m____ and Mrs Ji.-t-ph Orabai-iii.-k
TRANSLATION -

The Preea In Israel
*ifty years ago the first daily
Hebrew newspaper appeared in
Jerusalem. The name of the paper
was "Hativi." The man who found-
ed it was Elieser Ben Yehuda. He
i regarded (as is well known) as
Yes. Even Nietsche admitted, Egypt or the desert. But let i
that 'For all those who somehow hear what Moses said. In Psalm
had a God. what I know as soli- 90, he gives us the answer: "Oh
tude did not exist." The Psalmist Lord. Thou hast been our dwelling
expresses that feeling in these, place in all generations." Thi>
words: "If I take the wings of the means that Moses lived not only
morning and dwell in the uttermost with God, but also in God. Inter-
parts of the sea: even then woutt estingly enough, the Hebrew word
Thy hand lead me, and thy right Mokom" means God, as well as
hand would hold me." (Ps. 139:7- space.
10). Man is thus saved from being
a mere unit in the lonely crowd, What, dots Judaism teach about
or a mere speck in the ocean of immortality?
existence.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk st. Conaarvativa. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Hailbraun.
answer would have to be either Israelite center. 3175 sw 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Mslavsky. Cantor Loris Cohen.
.in i I Ba rmmi
Shabbat hoata;
\l. in
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Pridai '" p m Kermi n- "Vi!n ,

r ftrartK In Mr ii
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Hsrschell Saville. Cantor Joseph
Stzman.
and I 30 p.m. i; laal
l>: ll Franklin Williams,
?i>Hmt at Use (JaivaMtty of
Miami. Sat'in]\ I a.n
"Trua Crli clam Bar Mltavah Bi n
umi nf .Mr. and Mrs. Ell Friedman.
Though it can offer no concrete
proof, yet it commits us to the be-
Whora would you say was Hie lief that the soul is immortal Sci-
heane of Maaei Igyae, the dee- ence teaches us that the body ex wonticello park, isath at. am-
ort, er the Holy Land? fists forever in some form. So we1 He m,h, *: Conservst.ve. R^bb.
..,.,. i aa. j I **a Lipshita. Cantor Ben Zon
Surelv not the Holy Land, in the learn from the scientific doctrine Kirschenbsum.
physical sense, for the foot of Mo-[of indestructibility of matter and:^' ;..,;,'. '^'.n'..?
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstaln.
l-mlay \ :", p.in S.'rniiin "Tli-- I'hal-
ii-ne to Christiana and Jawa on the
tj> I -ill. : b.....I Week."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morria Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday < M >utn to receive Ner
T.imi.i Award In bojkh of the Ooldan
Annlvi n. Bern
"Opanina I......i and Window*." B
urday Mir .rvlce S a.m. Reg-
ular mtn I. ^ !'i ':' a ill
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Prtda] I 10 and 8:15 |> m Sermon:
"Mynaaoaues are Built by People."
da \
Sa t urrl
I
the man who revived the Hebrew s newt reached there. One!energy. We refuse to believe that. m, a,i mj- au urry,
language, and main streets in Jer-
usalem and Tel Aviv are today
named after him.
Hebrew newspapers were in
existence even before "Hatzvi,'
but they were all either weeklies';
w monthlies. There was no He-; \
brew daily newspapers yet. Con
nections between Eretz Yisrael
Hal the European countries and :
America were very weak at that
t>me (in those days), and for that I
reason this attempt to publish a: I
t!*Hy newspaper was a great and
daring act. Despite the fact that 13
' Hatzvi" ceased to appear after a
few years the daily press in Ereti
Yisrael continued to exist and to
develop.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
might, therefore, think that the what is highest in creation. name-|on of Mr. and Mrs Martin Fischer.
! ly the soul (or human personality),
ll* the only exception to that rule
of indestructibility.
Tfci* page is prepared in co-
operation u'lt'i the Spiritual Lead-
er* oi the Greater Muisi Rabbin-
ical Ai*n.
Rabbi Yaakov G. Ronbrg
Coordinator
CONTamUTORS
Rabbi Herbert Baumcard
Deciuvr Moment*
Rabbi David Herson
Tale* and Gemi of Wwdom
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitt
Knou- Tour Heritage
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13S30 W
Dials hwv Conservative. Rabb'
Henry Okolica.
I rid.iv < I", [1 in Sermnn: 'Can Juda-
ism Survive"" Saturday ? a.m.
Was there a rabbi or a saga by
the name of Gamiu?
Yes. His real name was Rabbi
Nat-hum. But he was better known
as Rabbi Nachum the man of
"Ganuu," because of a favorite
maxim which he bequeathed to all
of us. The mixim is "Gam Zu Let-! southwest center. m?. sw tth
ovoh," which means "all is for the j V\.,r,c''n"ry"i""- R,bbi M,UP,e*
best." Frid i n -The Power
..f PoKitlve Juilalam." *
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitl. rnfor Edward K''
[ ninn: "The Bonk
of Proveroa.' I>h Mltavah: Susan,
'aimhier of Mra Doroth
Saturda\ ii "
TEMPLE AOATH YCSHURUN. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan
e
Are the Jews a race?
Hardly so. Scripture itself tells
us that Abraham brought with hm ,' ^^^^n
to Palestine "the souls which he idveraitj Batardai i am n- m
had acquired in Mesopotamia." k',,,.,,^",^ Bon ^ Ur *na M,s
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Banna
M. Wailach.
Frida> l:tl p.m Baraaas) The Knd of
i Satuada) 11 am, Bar Mlta-
vah. I: .iiei- win of Mr. and Mra.
Maurice Heitzmark.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. S1
Flaming* Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Lee Heim.
Prida) 1:11 cm Sermon: "The Jewish
HomeP our Faith." Bta-
terbood Baboath Onaa shaiibat hoots:
Mi ..n.l Mr- Kreil Ra:>: i day
9 a.m. Bar Ml'zvah: liaiy ILipi*.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
man. Cantor Jacob Qoldf*rb.
I |i in Barmon "Moses
r. Pruphe- or San. .lur-
day a.m. Bar Mltavah Max. son of
all .in.l Mrs Philip larger.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. SF-00 N. Miami
ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrenrp Cantor Albert 1 8-30 p.m. 8erm.ni: Wlm""
Saturday 9 a.m.
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TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ava.
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Csssel.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 0 NE 171st at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
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2AMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Meyer Qisser.


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*Jwlsi>ncr1dBan
LEGAL NOTICE ___
CERTIFICATE OF
r-riRPORATE DISSOLUTION
, NCOTRHPE RN A M E A NO BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
lliil
day ol ITO! ',,,visions o
lutlon of wch condition. ,.
piled with
g
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
T.i 11 I TO Will I.M I'lll'-.-l-
ViSSHUI. COME.J/;RJpTtNGS
Where**, HAKOLU
FMlRIDA. ROBER1
VMl, H.ultll'A.
MIAMI. FLORIDA.
i,. ol April, a 11 iv... cause to i
...,,,.,,:,.. .1 undei tl.. ,....visions
Chapter 808. Florida Statute*.
LANDS FOUR. lN(
iih Its pi Inclpal l>Ja;
MIAMI. I.AI.K.iilN. -. {he rtoek.
n .n.i ..n the
I960, > ause
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVE,
he underalgned, iU>*Ji'Ini <
luslni u under ih.- flctltlo
IEST v BAH l '-''" N'
Vvenue, North Miami. Flo
.. resUtei said name witn
,f the Circuit Court >( Dane
':' JOYCE ToMMERHAIII
ALVCE BERKE
Equal Partner!
that
..gage in
ii- name ol
rtheaat 6th
Ida, Intend
Clerk
Ih..
.mil >
'.'-'".-11
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA ,,,,,.<
......ii the 10th da) ol A "'' ;>,i ..
1M< ,.,..,. (,, be Incorporated undei
he provision! ol Chaptei 808, Florida
Statute. BL'NKBR REALTl CO. I
rporation, with Mi" principal Pja
MIAMI. DADE fOlNI *,
hi Florida, nd whereas
of such corporation
day ol Januai y, A.D.
iii.il in the oflli of
i in.. State ..i
H. ,,| ol ..ii t Block-
11 |.i i.vi- lona ol
lustness .ii
ii the State ol
In- St...till..i.i. IS
,i on the th
...... ,i:is. tO I"
he Secretar) ol State
I r,.i.t. .' O
,.,1,1, unde
how-
prbs-
GS:
ZINN, MIAMI.
HOFMANN, MI-
RUTH S. Wlll.ll;.
I,,I .,ii th- !*th
t
tars
;, 'nneenl
del the pr
have
have
f
Hl-
a corporation.
f business at
fMiSfcdrSTT. in in. hum
of i-.n...i. ...... whereas
holders of sim-h corporal I
89th das of January, A O.
be filed In the office ol the Secre
,,f sun. of hi- Ri ";,"'""
,,, ,n the si... kholders iin-
vi-i..n- l "aid Chapter 508,
Florida Statutes, showing Hi.....*-
lutlon of >u.......rporation.
Sow. therefore, the Se. rotary o
State .....s hereb) ""l,lv '",",',' ,.:
c. and thai h. I sutleried tha in.
emenw of law have been com-
' ''V WITNESS WHEREOF, I
ereunti el mj hand and
affixed the Great Seal the State
,.f Florida, at Talln issei ..','
,-,.,|. thin ih. T ENTY-NIN III
las ..f JANUARY, A I). 1980
(seal) R v nR*I; .
etarj vl Slate
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO VI.I. TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
vv hereas, HAROI II ZINN. MIAMI,
i-l.< .Kll-A. ROIIKRT HOKMANN, MI-
AMI FLORIDA. KITH S WOLFE,
MIAMI. FIjORIDA, "ii'l on the f8tn
da) ..r April, A.l 18 to be
Incorporated undei the provisions ol
i 'haptei 808 Plot Ids Stal ites, III
! v N" 11s FIVE, INC., ;. corporation,
ih Ms |.i Inclpal place ol buslni
Miami. |>ADB COUNTY, In the State
,,i Florida, and whereas the stock-
holders ..f Buch corporation .li.i on the
! ..ii da ian A.D
In be filed In th< ofl i e ol Ihi .- i
tai > ..f si.ii. ol ih. State a I
:, Cons. 111 ..1 .H 111. si... 1,1
der the provision ol said Chapti
Florida Stal lies, Knowing the dlsao-
lution ol suih .....poratlon
Sow, ih. relon ihi *
. ,i... hereb certify t<
i.i the
i .i|iii., f lav li;.\. hi .-ii ..III-
- Ml M llh
IS V\ ITNESS WHEREOF, I hat
. eunto sel -1
I
if I it Taliii
Cap the TWENTY NINTH
ol JANUARY, A It.
i: \ f.RAY

CLRTlF 1 AM
CORPORATF DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
Tl VI.I. Tl I Wlli >M THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS
Where HAROLD ZINN, MIAMI.
I i.i IRU V. Ri IKKRT Ih 'I M VN \ Ml
AMI, I- I.i il:ili v. Ill Til s WOLFE,
MIAMI I I iRIDA, .1 .1 ... ii -
da) of Ai-i ii. A.D II i.. be
Incorpoi .ii.-.1 .n.i. thi |irov laloni of
Chaptei 80S, Florida Statutes, III-
l .AM >s six. IN'.' i. i .i 1...1 at Ion,
\\ h Its i.i Inclpal place of I islness b I
MIAMI. LAI'i: COUNTY, 'ii thi m III
of Mori.in. and whereas the stock-
holders of such corporal......li.i on the
291 ii to l. filed in the i.fli.e of the
Ian Of Bl ol i he SI ite of Florida,
ii Consent ..f all the stockholders un-
der ii ns of sni.i Chapti i '. -
Florida Statutes, si,..win.- it., .liss..-
Iniion of suih corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State does herebv certlfv i.. the i......
. goinK unil thai he is satisfied that the
requlfementi ol law have bean coin*
piled with.
in WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto s..i my h.....i and have
mrrix.-.i the (ire.it Seal or the Btati
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the TWENTY-NINTH
dnv of JANUARY, A.D
is-al)' it A OR v v
Secretary of state.
_______ I S/M
NOTICE UNDER
FIC1..,>JUa NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersiened, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..(
ITT HATE at number IS20-79th
Street In the City Of North Ray Vil-
lage. Florida intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of Ihe Cir-
ri iU Court of Dad* County. Florida.
Dated at North Miami Beach, Flor-
Ida, this ir.th day of January, i960.
CUT RATE. INC.. a Florida eorp.
Rv: GLADY GOLDMAN. President
BNTDER AND YOUNG
Attorneys for Applicant
1/22-29. 2/5-11
..... Florida Klatul
"J, ,,.. ,i solutlon ol auch corporation
sow, -.......... "" '";;"; ,':f
;, ,,, ,1,.... hereb) certlfs o the Jore-
.,, ,.,, he i- satisfied thai the
m,, t of law hav. been com-
'!'"'!n1 u'itvi:ss WHEREOF, i have
hereunto sel m) hand and have
affixed the Great Keal of the State
,,i Florida, al Tallahassee, tne
Capital, this the TWENTY-NINTH
,,:,; ol .l-VNI-AKY. AH. I'.....
,.,11 i: v GRAY,
Seel .in > "' State
I
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
rO VI.I. TO Wll'i.M THESE PRErl-
BNTS SHALL COMB, ;i;i:i:'V.^'vu
Wherea* HAROLD /.INN. MIAMI.
FLORIDA ROBERT H< VI kS.\ Ml-
vvn FLORIDA, svi:.' II P Al i.i.n.
MIAMI. I- I.ORIDA. .n.i on the Jrd day .
i... ml ii \ 11. I'-.i. cause to I..-
Inconiorated under the provlalons ol
i'haptei (08, Florlde HUtutea, m-
I \ \i is REALTY i ''i. orporation,
with Its principal place of business al
Miami. DADE COUNTY, In the State
,r ii..i Ida, and hi reaa the si... k-
'..ii.i.is ..f such corporation did on the
29th .li.v ..r January. A <'" ""'
,. i.. filed in the office of Ihe Secre-
i.iiv ,.f sti......i Ihe st.u.. ..i Florida,
,ii, ol nil the stockholders un-
rtei the provtsloni ..' said Chaptet 808,
i Statutes, showini the dlasolu-
i mi. li i ..I poratlon
N,,u, therefore, th, Secretary ol
si lie does h< reb; i ei' f to the fore-
i ng and that h* Is itlBfled thai the
vi-inii. in. ins of law hav< been com-
plied with
IS WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto sel m) halM and have
affixed Ihe Great Real of Ihe Rtnte
of Florldi .n Tallahassee, Ihi
Capital, this ih. TWENTY-NINTH
dat of JANU VRY, A 11 I960
.-..,li R A GRAY,
Si i.-i..i i of State
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
I .. v l.l. Tl WHi .M THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
Whi real II \i: I- I. COHEN. MIAMI,
FLORIDA', RUTH s WoLr B, Ml W]i.
I'l.. iltll \ .1 VMS II v YES, Ml AMI,
did ..ii ih. ISth
....
1 i.i c -
I Ids Statutes, SWII-TY vl
LEGAL NOTICE
LOUISE E KOCH,
Plaintiff,
\ B,
JACK K KOCH,
rxfenda.nl .dppar
ORDER TO APPEAR
Vol. JACK K Ki'l.
i ;, mi nl 1 '
""|,v required s i
.lefault "HI '"' '"
of
'..in i. otharwlae a
[ered aaalnal you.
Januar) 28, l'",l",.,,,. ... ..,,.. K
i- ii l l.' v'l HI-.liM A N < 'e'K
': l-,-AI" ,.:,,,,!, cunt
S'-'" IIKI.K.N KI..-.-l.'-'<.
,,, -lerk
Bl
m THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-LEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY^. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 6JC 876
, iv ian maiiiim: hams.
Plaintiff,
I m:i:yV iIIAkiks DAYI8, IB .
""-ORDER TO APPEAR
Vi,C I1VUKY CIIAKI.I-.S HAMS.
,RY0221W>"I 1. Road, s K W..h
I, are hereby req
op, ,.i your an-er 10 a
r, dlvorci "" piainiiiis
ios calumet BKU-, Miami,
oi beforl Hie "'h jay "'
IM0, and file th.....islnal In
fhe office .. the Clert of the ClrcuM
'I,1;,,,'," otherwise s default will b
ntered atalnal o I
J'|Tb? l!EATHBMAN, ci.-ik of
~. ,ii Circuit Courl
'"*"" By: IIKI.KN KESSUER.
,,.,, .imtoii -':.

omplainl
,ii..i ii..' .
l;i
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
in VI.I. In Win i-M THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL, COME. GREETINGS
Whereas, DONALD S *l'CKh.R-
VI V\ MIAMI. ll.iiltlHA. RI I I' s
Will IK, MIAMI. FLORIDA, ill vi:
i i .iii: mii.i.i:i: MIAMI, FLORIDA,
.i.i on the iTth da) ol Decembt r. v li
, i,, be Incorporated under
the provlalons ..i Chapter i08, Florlds
Statutes, PARK ACRES, INC I i
i,..i..ii..n. with its principal pli.....
business al MIAMI. DADE COINTY,
in |he State of h"i..i Ida, and a i" real
iii.- si... kiiniiiers of stnh corporation
did ..ii the I'l-iii das ol Januat >. A.D.
mac 10 i" flssd In the office ol
Ihe Secratars .' smie of the Stale "i
Hor da. ii ens. nt of all the eto< k-
h..iii,,. undei the provtalona of eald
chnptei '". Florldi Btatutea, show-
Ins ihe dissolution ..f aneh orpo
Now. therefore, Ihe Secretary of
State does hereb) certify to the fore,
going and lhat he i- Batlsfled thai the
requirements ..i law hav baejn com-
piled u ii ii
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
bereunto s.-t mj hand and have
affixed i In- i Ireal Keal ol the State
of Moil,la. at TaMah.. .-. the
Capital this the TWENTY-NINTH
da) ol .iam m:V. a i.
-..,ii l: \ QRAY,
Becretai) ol Btati
a/r./o
OF
LEGAL NOTICE
KUIitlDA, HI'"
vii. TO WH"M
% SHALL COME.
When is. DONAJ-D
MAN MIAMI.
SiSift. BARB.
aid ..n ilie -7W
cause to bo i .
rW.....uUTH VwJRIDA v. ,:i>
'"{"miWdI
hIiIh
1 figR."%uag
y,,i AM-ll. a p iiaji.
,i|...ii...... under
hal.til' '" '' "
pi ,.\ IMOI-
Stalutes
INC., a corporation,
^-.Vth^tockholder. of .u^h^o,
stoclfholder. JBe. ^SM
:i:::,;,rv;:r di^iuitiln"... -u........
""v!:::" .i.-o.e. -I.-, Bjcrour. o
plM|NWV|TNMi WIIKREfF. I hAJ-
Kreinw sel m, han.i ami hav.
affixed Ihe Great s. al ol Ihe siai.
' l.v'l-M'T'NiNV;'
A I' I'""
i: v GRAY,
Sei i. la' > "I ^'',
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA .
TO AI.I. TO WHOM THESE PRES
I vis SHALL COME, OKEBTlNtlS
Serena. HAROLD ZINN MIAMI
PI il;|l i V I iiiN.VI.I 'S /.I i Iv l.l.
iv MIAMI. ll.iilMHA. RCTH s
win I K MIAMI. FLORIDA, did on
Ihe I'.m da) ..i April, v D I" .
to be Incorporated under ihe pro< -
ton, ol Chaptei N8, Florid, si..,.,-.-
EARTH REALTY CO., s conjorathm
with It- principal place of b
nt mi.vmi DADE CO! NTT, In
s,.,.....t Florida, Bnd whereaB iih
aloi kholden ..f auch c......ration, dw
,. Hi. joth das of January, A n low,
. auae I...... filed in tl.....Gi.-.- of tl"'
Seen tat) ol Slate ol the Bute
li.in. a Consent of all Ihe
Capital. Uili ll;','l;u
day of JANI ART.
,.. .iii
Friday. Fbnary 5. 1960
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDID
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKREHY GIVEN that
the uiiihrslKiieil. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
oi'l'i.KTI NITIKS, UNLIMITED at
\ W. 5th Ave., Int.nils to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of th
Circuit Court of Iside County, Florida.
fctAGK. IMDRI'nltATEU
Fla. Corp.
HERIIKRS B. WILENHKY
Attorney for Applicant
"- Cv"'rr" ftfd'- i/.2/r,.,2-i,
TO
Flo
stock
f -a.il
ulder> undei the p
Chaptei IW, Florida BUI
|ng the dlaaolution of auc* corporation
Now, thetef.
Stale dOBB li. rell)
going und thai in-
r...|iiti..|ii..|i!
plied
th. s,-. retar) ..(
,-,.i t.fv to the lore-
.lisfi.-.i thai the
>f ia hat. been i om
i\" vv'l'tnkss WHEREOF I h.v.
hereunto act ro) hand and
affixed il- I Ireal I eal the -
of Floi Ida. at T "|
ri,,.Hal this the rvv i:\rv NINTH
das of JANUARY, A l> IM0
all ft V GRAY.
of stat<

II.. IIUDA.
A.D.
1
i
RANCH, INC
.,l VII V Ml.
IAIK .'.. Nil in thi Stati ol
.,- the -i... U I nidi rs dl i
..i. Hi. V.D. 18
lie filed .f the
if thi Si
; ..II l!,.
Floi
-
Stow, therefore, Ihi Secretar) of
. i. certify to thi
I .it the
have be<
li i
IN VV ITNESS WHEREOF, I hnvi
nt) hand und have
affixed Ihe i In at Keal "i Ihi
' T .1 iih -. the
Capital, this th. TWENTY NINTH
da) ol JANUARY, A i
l: a GR vv.
Secrets of Stall
J ". BO
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
Tl V l.l. T. Wlli i.vi THESE PRES-
ENTS SIIVI.I COMB GREETINGS
Whereas, RART I. COHEN Ml v vn
FLORIDA, RUTH s \\ .1.1 I:. VII VMl'
I! ORIDA, VIOLETTA M VKI I:Y, Ml-
vmi |.-|.ni:i|i.v. .n.i mi the 10th day ..f
August, A 11 1(53, hi-, to I..
porated under the provisions ol i 'hap-
Floi Ida Statutes, l.l >EN I: vi:-
iil'Ns. INC., a corporation, with its
.ihi.mil place ..t business al MlvMi
D vi>i-: COUNTY, in the State ..i Flor-
od a-hereas the stockholder! ill.I
.ii the Ifth dai ..f January. A I' IM0
. mis. to I..- filed in the office of the
try "f State ..f tha State of
Florida, Conaenl ol all the stock-
holder! undei the provisions of snid
Chaptei MM, Florida Statutes, show-
ing the dlaaolution ..r suih corporation,
Now, therefore, the Secretarv of
State does herebj certify i. the fore-
going and thai ha is aatfaflod that the
.-.-.... ii ,. no -ins of law have been eoni-
plled with.
IN WITNCSS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto s.-t my hiinil snd have
arfi\.-ii tin- Qreal Real of the State
of Florida, st Tallahassee, the
Capital, this ihe TWENTY NINTH
day of JANUARY. A.D. mo.
'"'li R. A. GRAY
s... retar) of state
J/3/S0
CERTIFICATE
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
rii VI.I. TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENT* SHALL i-i'Mi:. GREETINGS
Where is IK>N vi i> s ZUCKER-
MAN, MI.VMI. I-l.ultll'A. RUTH S
WOLFE, MIAMI, KI.iiKII'.V. MAR-
GERY v RARR, Ml VMl. FLORIDA,
.li.I on the '-'Till daj ..f Apt II, A l> It >(,
to bi ......i pot ated an.i. r Ihe
nns n( i 'hapter 808, Floi bis
COAST Al 'Ill's.
..i with IU p It
MIAMI. L'Vl.i
C ii S'i'V. in the Slate ..t Floi Id
I .li.i i.ti iin- ".!h .la' "i
t.D. 1980, i m Ihi
-
all the
'I. llli.I. I 111. i i
Sox. 1
showini he dli i h cor-
No. therefore, thi Secretar)


ive I
...ii
l\ V\ ITNESS WHEREOF I
hen into el m> hand ind hat
Ixed the III : the State
..f Florida, T the
i'.iI. tins tin 'rvv i:\rv \ in in
da) ol JANI Al:V. \ I
i: v GRAY
...
___________________
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
T. vi.I. 'I'll will '\i THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COMB, GREETINGS
w '...... DON VI.n s ZUCKER
MAN MIAMI, I- I ...I'.II'V. RUTH s
WOI I I'.. MIAMI, I'l.'UMl'A \! Ml.
GKRY V RARR Mlv.MI FLORIDA
did on the 87th .lav ..f April, A 11
' be in. ... porated undi i thi
ii- ..i i 'hapter ... s ii,,, i i
Statutes, WATER FRONT HOME
SITES "1 FLORIDA, INC i
hi..n. with it, pi in. |pa| pig, .. ,., i,|.
li Ml VMl. DADE I' H'NTY In
'l" Sl......' Florida, .mil whereas th,
-i... khojders of b ii h corporation did
"'" the ."ih day of .i.in.i.,1 v \ i .
'" I-' Hied in the off.....I the
becretary of Bute of Its
Florida, i onsenl ..i aM the stock
under the provtaloni
' haptei 80S Florldn ,.-.
Ina the disaohMlon ol sin h irporatlon
Now therefore. Ihe Se, r.-m ,.(
-. tie does herebj certlfv to ihe for*
going and that he I- satlsfi..,l thai n
-.i,i,.a,i.-n,s of |a hM
in witni'.ss WHBREOP l ban
? V-', '']''" Real of the
of Florida at Tallahassee the
at.ital. this the TWENTY-NINTH
day of JANUARY, A D ...
8*l) r. A .;i:w
en ..-tai) ,,f smte
! 5 v.
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
I'.' ALL To Wlli i.\l THESE PltKtf
BNTS SUM.I. COME. ORKBTINGS
Whereas, IIAHm.1' ZINN. MIAMI
Kl.nltll.V. DONALD S ZUCKBH-
M IN Ml VMl. FLORIDA, KITH s
vv. ii i i: mi \ mi. h.iiriha.........i
Ihe mill da) '.r April, v D lSI i ausi
lO be in. .i |...ra le.l nri.l..| the I'l "V 's -
,..M- ol ciisi'ter I'.nv. Florida Statutea
WiiRl.li REALTY ... a corporation,
with H- |.rln.i|Ml place "f h
at MIAMI, DADE '' l NTV. in the
Slate ol I'loi i.i .. an.i u hi i eai thi
stockholders "f such ciHrporatlon .ii'
on the L'i'th da) ol Januar), A.D
...ii-. to I., filed iii the office "f the
,. \ .if Sl.tl. ..: III.
i a i '..lis.-lil ..f all III.- Btoch -
under i he pro^ It li me
Florid s. .i
iim th.-ilissoliitii.ii of .....ti.-ti
Ni.w th. i \ ..I
State ili-s hei
lhat th.
. tn.his of i.iw hat I..-, n ..in
plied w it ii
IN WITNESS WHERE* H" I havi
-I i. nd
of I |h,
hi- ih. TWENTY NINTH
da) ..f JANU VRY v 11
l: l
___
CERTIFICATE OC
CORPORATE DIMOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL li'Mi:. GREETINGS:
Whoreaa, HAROLD Zl.NN. Miami,
FLORIDA. IKtNALD S 7.1'i'KI
MAN, MIAMI. FLORIDA, RUTH S
WiiLFI-:, MIAMI, FLORIDA, dl.l on
the 18th day of April. A.D. I1"'. cause,
to be Incorporated undei the provis-
ions of Chapter '"*, Florida BUtuI
VITALITY ACRES. INC., a corpora-
tion, with Its principal place of bual-
,,..._ ai MIAMI. DADE COJTNTY. In
,l. siat. of Florida, and whereas the
-to. khol.lers of such corisuratlon did
,m the ."th >ln\ of January, AH l!<6n.
to be filed In the office of the
Secretar) "f state of the state ,.f
Florida, a Consent of all the stock-
holders under the provisions of said
Chapter BUS. Florida Statute., show-
ing the dlaaolution of nuc* corporatloa.
Now therefore, the Secretary of
dead hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he Is satisfied that the
requirement! of law has. I.e. n ...iii-
' '"'|N* 'WITNESS WHEKUiiF. I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the tlreat Seal of the State
,.r blio-lda. at Tallahassee, thei
Capital, this theTWI-^*TT-NINTII
day "f JANUARY, A.D. mo
,eal) R A. GRAY.
Secretary of State.
i/l/a"
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THERE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, tJUEETINUS:
Whereas, IIAKiiLI" ZINN. MIAMI.
I'l.nKIHA. KiiHKHT KOFMANN, Ml
AMI, MRIDA, IH TH S WOLFE.
MIAMI. II i Hill V. ilnl on the Hth
.Isv of April. A. 11. IS-', caag* to be
Incorporated undei Ihe provision* of
Chaptei 808, Florida Htatutes, III-
I VNI'S ONE, INC. a nu poratlon.
with its principal pane of business at
MIAMI. DADE COUNTY, In the Slate
of Florida, ami whoraaa the stock-
holder* of such corporation did on fhe
.i.iv ..f January. A.D. litOO, cause,
to be filed In the uffloa "f the Secre-
tary of State of the State of Florida,
a Consent of sll the stockholders un-
.i.i ih. nrovtatoita f said Chapter 8"t.
Florida statutes, showing the dlsao-
lutlon of such ... poratlon
Now. therefore, ihe Secretary of
State does hereb) oartU) to the i
going and that If Is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com-
plied with
IN WITN BBS WHEREOF. I hitv
.iv hand and have
affixed the Qreal Baal nf the State
of Florida, at Tallahaweee. the
Capital, this the TWENTY-NINTH
day of JANUARY, A l. !.
(seal) R A CRAY.
Secretary of state.
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THF
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
n Nil. TO WHOM TIIFSR I
REETINGS
When .- HARn ILI i ZINN MI\MI
i'l.' IRIHA. UiiN VII. s S!|-i
M > v vn v VII. |.-|.i.|:i .v RUTH -
W< 'I FE, Miami i i .;; 11. x did on
the !nd da) of m ty. .,u...
pot .'. .1 und, i
n- .. chaptei
i ni\ erke viics inc
"" sh I ......r hual
it MIAMI DADE C( H'NTY In
,i a-heri
of such corporation did
' '... i ,. .... v i.
cause to be filed In the office "f ttv
if Sl.it.- of tl
',"'''' I .".-in ..f sll the Bt..ck-
ns of said
' h-""l' show-
dlsaolutlon of such i irporatlon
1..... hereb) rertiri to Irs
thai he In s,.is(..i that tha
day
l seal)
certificate of
corporate Dissolution
in the name and by the
authority of the state
of florida
li ALL To Win ..VI THESE PP.I
ENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS:
Wherens, IHUi'l.l' /.INN. MIAMI.
Il> Htll i.\. ROIIERT HOFMANN. MI-
VMl H> iRIDA. KITH B WOLFE.
Ml VMl. I- I ORIDA. did 1.11 the Wth
ol April. A I INS, canse !
led undei the provisions ..'
'v. Florida Statutes. III-
I.VNI'S THo, INC., a corporation.
f l.llsltless at
vtl VMl DADE COUNTY, m the stsi-
of l-hnila. anil vrhereaa the oAook-
it ili.l ..ii Ih.'
I ,1 VI' 1"
filed III '
.i. .a I.....nla,
. '......ii' of all thi hoi
di t ih. pi
In Statute ..; the dll
ttlon
i.tary ..f
hi
! that the
i^ ol law have lieen i'tm-
rlth
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have
-.i m) huml anil
ced l he Gn I the si.c
of Florida, at T tl"
Capital, this lb. TWENTY-NINTH
da) ol I X.NI \i;v v D. 1080.
H. A GRAY.
. lar) of State.
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
F FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PP.1
ENTS SHALL COME, Git LE II N '.:.-
Wherea HAROLD ZINN, MIAMI.
IMeHtll.A. ROBERT HOFMANN, Ml
AMI. FLORIDA. HUTU S WOLI
MIAMI. I-I.-mil vv. did on the Jth
day of April, A.D. lr.;, cause, to be
in. ..t|H,ra^ed under the provisions of
"f JANUARY All ! H v ORAY
s.-.-i ,1 i rj .,f Btae
______
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HFRF*T OIVEN
ne to
"iHln#*- urflt-r th*- fi
. r ..'.\\ '"'" "> County
with
'. II.1 I

MVliv LARKTNi
holders of such corporation did on the
2th day of January. A.D 180. cause,
lo be filed In the office of the Secre-
tary of State of the State ef Florida,
a Consent of all the glill ItJmbMw un-
der Ihe provisions of aald Chapter 8(W.
i Florida Statutea. ah.-wlng the dlaao-
IutIon of such oirporath.ii
that I Now, therefore, the Secretarv '.r
enaaee In State dors herehv certify to the fore-
ime of going and that he is eAlisfled that Hie
requirements of law have been com-
plied with
IN WITNESS W HEREOF. I have
hereunto set mv hand and have
afflaed the Great fseal of the State
<>f Florida, at Tallahassjre. the
Capital, this iheTWENTY=NINTH
day of JANUARY. AD. 18e.
(eat) R. A. ORAY.
Secretary of 8,*^./W
nt.
name


Friday. February 5, 1960
+Jmisl> rhrkUan
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. iN PROBATE
No. 47700-C
[IN RE: Ei late of
('LARA I.1NDI.EY BASH
i NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AU Creditor! ami All Persona Uav-
Ine Claims or I i. mands As.
Estate: .
1 oti are hi i i by notified and requir-
ed to preaenl any claims or demands
which von ma) have against the ea-
''' or Clara Llndlej Rash .1.-craned
lai.- of Dad* County, i-i ,-IiIm. to the
County Judges of Dada County, and
flic the name In their office* In the
County Courthouee In i>ad.- County
Florida, within rlulu calendar month.
from the .lai,.- of the'flist publication
\\M 1. WOOD, a Admlnlatratot
...'.'"" Testaments Amtexo
PI MMKKS WARDKN
Attorney FH 4-701J
64* Ingraham Btiildlnn-
Mlaml 32, Florida
1/22-29.2/5-12
rrnym
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 40509 B
IN RE: Estate of
MORRIS CORTEZ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All IV1 sorts Hav-
ItiR Claims or DeniBndn Against Said
Batata:
YAu are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims or demand*
which you may have against the es-
tate of MORRIS CORTEZ deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of !>ade County, and
file the aame In their offices In the
County I'ourthinise in Dade Countv,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the name will be barred.
/a/ ISADORE CORTEZ
MAX R. HII.VER
Attorney for Executor
922 Seybold Building
Miami J2. Florida
l/22-. 2/5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. 'N CHANCERY,
No. OOC 61
VINOLA DAVARITY BCTLER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
IIIt.TON JOE HITLER.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
OR DIVORCE
TO: HILTON JOE HITLER
I frndant
Aildresi Unknown
You arc hereby notified that a Bill
of I'oinpialnt for Annulment or Di-
vorce has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or I'hailing to the Hill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
NEAI. J. DUNN, 1111 Alnsley Bldg..
Miami 3:'. Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the Mth day of February. 1960.
If you fall lo do ao. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published ones
each week for four consecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH FI/lRIHIAN.
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thla 15th day of January,
A.D. 1960.
E H. WEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
NEAI. J. DI-NN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1111 Alnsley Bids.
Miami 32. Fla.-rn 1-5664
1/22-29. 2/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In,
business under the fictitious name of
MAQIC city HI'I CLEAN ERR at
I0M E 24th Street, Hlaleah Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
or the,Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JI It EH HE
M:\l. .1 DCNN
Attorney for Applicants
1111 A m-lev Bldg.
1/29,2/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FXTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .-ngage In
business under the fictitious name of
I INC. u.\- ENTERPRISES at 5*1 Col-
lins Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla., In-
tenda lo register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Hoi ida
iri.MS ALTMAN
II w:.ii.i> SHAPIRO
Attorney for Applicant
927 Lincoln Road
.'-29, 2/.-.-12
Y HENRY LEONARD
MD I
LEGAL NOTICE
"If God helps, and H willing, and M cm
healrhy, and all gem well, and w live .. .
I'l tee you tomorrow at two o'clock."
___________________._____ Cost. ltd
notice under
factitious name law
NnTli-E IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious
SOVEREIGN HOTEL at 1 Collins
kyenue. Miami Beach, Florida Intend
Hi register said num.- uiih the Clerk
of the circuit Coin t ..f Had.- Count)
Florida.
RALPH LACHMAN '
JEAN LACHMAN
A \i:n\- M K V.WEI:
Ralph Lachman and
Jeiin La.-hinan
tj Trust Ilulliling
Miami it, norMa
1/22-29, 2/3-12
LIGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersignrd. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
M M SERVICE CO., at 201 N.W.
73rd Street, Miami intend* to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAR-TAB CORP.
1/29, 2/3-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 1S1
JANE SHI'PLA,
Plaintiff,
HARRY SHUPLA.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARRY SHL'PLA
L'ifS AVENUE. M.S.O. 423,
Fleet Post Offloe
New York, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, anil you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. FRANK E
FREEMAN. 30* Alnaley Building, Mi-
ami. Florida and file the original An-
swer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 12th day of February. 19*0.
If you fall to do ao, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint
This notice shall he published ones
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thla 7th day of January, A.D.
190.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By K. M. l.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
1/15-22-29, 2/5
LIGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NS. 47924
IN RE: Estate of
SAMPEL HELLER
. 1 '-. isw I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which >ou may have against the es-
tate of SAM EEL OBLUER deceased
late of Dade Countv, Florida, to the
County Judges of laide County, and
file the -ante in their offices In the
County Courthouse In Dsrda County.
Florida, within right calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same win be barred
AARON OBLLER, Administrator
SHAPIRO AND FRIED
Attorneya
1X9 Lincoln Rd., Suite 118
Miami Beach 3H, Florida
.-12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. SOC 441
CORRADO ltoKDONAI.l.
Plaintiff.
GLORIA HoRPONALI,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Ol.ORIA HORDONAL1
Address Cnknown
You are hereby notified that a Rill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to srrvie a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
MEI.VIN I MI'ROFF. 927 Lincoln
Road. Miami I Plot ,1 1 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Olr-
ill Court on or before the ?2nd day
of Fi 1*60. If you fall t
so, tudginent by default will be taken
rell.-f demanded in
the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
rk for f.oir Consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH FMIRIDIAN
I mine \M rRDERED. at Miami.
M'uldn. this 18th day of January,
A D 146ft
HBRM \N. cierk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(Mai) H> H. H RICE, .lit..
Deputy Clerk
1/Jt-It. I/S-ll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. aOC 306
In re Adoption of
Cynthia Diane Cesari by
ROHERT M BHOG4.N, a/k/a
ROBERT SHOGAN, and
Joined by his wife,
ELLEN S. SHOUAN, aa
Petitioners.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DAN IE I, J CBSARB
5(39 Trenton.
Detroit. Michigan
Yol' ARE HKItKUY N iTII-'l ED
that a Petition for Adoption of Cyn-
thia Diane Cesari, a minor, has been
lied, and you are required I" appeal.
or serve a copy of your answer, 01
ither pleading to the Petition on
petitioners' attorney. M. JAY BER-
LINER, suite mm. Blacayne Building
Miami, Florida, and file the original
nswer or pleadins In the office1 of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the l5th day of February, I960.
If you fall to do so, n I >. ree Pro Con-
feaso will be taken against you for
the 1 lief prayed for in the Petition
DONE AND ORUElftFI) at Miami
Florida, this 12th day of January, 19*0
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: WM. M stockinc.
Deputy Clerk.
1/15-22-29.2/5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 40076B
IN RE: Estate of
MARY IllltSCHIIORN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
iTo AU Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Ante!
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of Mary Hlrschhoin deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of I>ade County, and
file the same In their offices In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same w-III tie barred.
SYLVIA ROSEN BERG
RI'TH ROSENBERG
.111.11 s II ER8TLING, Attorney
KB Bkteayne Did*-.
Miami 32, Florida
FRanklln 1-152J-
!2-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage in
business under the flctitloua nai.....1
PRICE war at number IS80-7th
Street in the City of North Ha>
Village, Florida intends to register
the said name with the clerk of the
Circuit Court of i'ade County, Flor-
ida.
Dated at North Miami Beach. Flor-
Ida. this l.'.th day of January, Ruin.
PRICE war, INC., Florida eorp
By: til.ADY col.OMAN, Prenldsnl
SXYDER AND YdlMi
Attorneys for Applicant
1/22-29. 2/.-.-1J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREII\ GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names
of Rol.I.s RECORDS CO.. also REGO
RECORDS CO.. also M A R C E I. I. A
KERN, also THE POLKA DOTH, also
THE PLEDGES, also THE NOC-
Tl'RNES at .!: Hay Drive. Miami
Reach, Intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
KAREN RECORDS INC.
a Florida Corporation
SAM VYIGLER, I'res.
1/22-29. 2/3-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. COC 35
CONSTANCE HARD AM,
Plaintiff.
KIVCSI.KY R. RABHAM
Defendant.
NOTICE SY PUBLICATION
TO: KINC.S1.EY It HARIIAM
P M 11 Bog tin
Sandstone. Minnesota
TOP. KIFiaSLEY R HARIIAM. are
required to serve a M ol your
answer to the Complaint for Divorce
on the plaintiff's attorneys. \v\l
MOORE CtlSTANWl
Building. Miami VI. Florida,
and file the ..nginil In the office of
the Clerk of th. Court on or
Before the 1 "th day of February. 1MI>:
therwlse a -so Will
be entered again
and ordered at Miami. Flor-
ida this 13th day of January'. 1SS0.
HERM \N. Cleik.
Circuit Court. Dade County, llorlda
(seal) By K M I.YM \N
Deputy Clerk.
1 15-22-2S.2/I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48064-B
IN RE: Estate ol
MORRIS Sl'RDlN
1.....ae<'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persona Bav-
in: Claim* Demands Against Said
Karate:
V..11 are herebj not fled and reQUfcr-
-.I to piesrnt an\ elainis and demands
which you mav have again-' lio ae
ate of MORRIS SCRDIN de.
'ate of l>a'tr I'nunP. Florida, to th.'"
County Judges of Dade Count}', and
lie the inte In in the
County Courthouse In Dad* county.
wi'hln eleht calendar months
from tin- Sat* of the flist publication
Line will be barred.
SAI'l. RERNSTEIN
MILDRED BERNSTEIN
MILTON MILLER
Xtlornev
MM Congress Building
Miami. Hoilda
5-lt-ll-M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. B9C 301
GLORIA GLADSTONE,
Plaintiff.
DAVID GLADSTONE.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: DAVID GLADSTONE
413 Bast Mad Street
New York City. New York
You DAVID 'GLADSTONE, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint fof Divorce lias been filed
against you, and you are required to
scryr a eopj of your Answer of Plead-
Ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, I.EBoWITZ \ND
HELLER. 7f> First Street. MbUnl
Heath. Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the ncrk of the circuit Court "jn or
before the 13th day of February
If you fail ta dq BO, judgment by de-
fault will h taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Comp!lnt.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thla 12th day of January,
A.D. 1900.
E B DEATH KRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: WM. M. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
I.EBOtVITZ HELIJCIl
70* First Street
Miami Beach. Ha.. JE S-OT7I
Attorneya for Plaintiff
_________ 1/15-22-29. 2/:.
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 48530 C
IN RE: ESTATE oE
JACK E. RINGLBR
Dei case.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either ol you, ma> ha\e against the
stale of JACK E. R1NOI.ER de-
ceased late of Dade Connty. Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
l>ade County, and file the same in
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the-
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be OWi l*B
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Seotlon 733.16 of
the 1945 I'rebate Act.
Dated January 12, A.D. 1960.
JOAN K. RIN6LER
As Co-Executrix of the Ijtst Will
and Testament of Jack E. Itlngler
deceased.
PHILIP .1 MILLER
4"7 Lincoln HBkd
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Executors
1/13-22-2''. 2/5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrinc to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RAYMONDS STEAK HOUSE at
16410 Blacayne Blvd., N. Miami. I
intend to register said name with tho
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HERBERT SCHNEIDER
CHARLES ROSENBERG, Partners
KESSUBR, GAR8 & ROTH
Attorney* for Applicant*
IMfl a w. |*i Btreet
1/29, 2/.".-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CONDUIT NIPPLE MANUFACTUR-
ING CO of FLORIDA at :.;:. w. 1Mb
St.. Hlaleah Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of latde County. Florida.
FLORIDA PIPE AND NIPPLE
MFYJ CO., INC a Ela. ootp.
MILTON a khikum \ n
Attorn. \ for Applicant
1111 AlaaMkj Bldg.
1 C-22-29. I/I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious name Of
DAIST-R-STABLE at number l"oi
s E lMh street in the City of Hla-
leah." rlorlda Intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22nd
day of January, 1960.
DAISY LEV!
ItENATO LEVI
WKPMAN WEPMA.N
AttorneyarTor Applicants
407 Blscawie Building
Miami 32. rlorlda
1/29.2/5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. OOC 772
JACOIEI.INE HIND
Plaintiff,
\ndri:\v HIND,
Defendant
TO tndresi II In.I
27M East 2Mh Street
Br.s.klyn. N Y
You are hereby notified that a Com-
For Divorce has been filed
aealn--! 1 yen are hereb) re-
quired to saTse a p M your tn*wer
to the Complaint For Dlv**i
plaintiff's attorney and file ttv
Inal Answer In the office ..f the Clerk
1 before the
Mth dm of 1 i> otnerwlae,
east Ions of sahl Complaint For
u ill be taken .1
' v>iu.
.f January, I960
I- B I.I-: VTHERM v.V Clerk of
ill Court.
1: I" RICE I
Deputv Clerk.
TAIJ Wofe W M.l.Elt
\- > for Plaintiff
IJfl Lincoln R.>ad
Miami Beach, 11a.
12-19-16
NOTiCF BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. OOC 244
MIRIAM DA Via SMITH
Plaintiff
ys.
RAYMOND LEE SMITH
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ro RAYMOND LEE SMITH
You RAYMOND LEE SMITH. Jfl
Huffman Drive, Hampton, Virginia
are hereby notified that a Bill of
'ompiatnt for Dlvoro* has been filed
against ysu, and you are required to
a copj ol your Answ.-i ,.r Pb .
ng t.i the Bill of Complaint on the
lalnllff's Attorney. Marvin Schlld.
II N W 8th Street. Homestead. Hoi-
lda and file the original. A nv.....
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
he Circuit Cuit on or before the 16th
day of Feluiiary. I960. If you fall to
lo ao, Judgment bl default will he
aken agaihst you for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
sen S/eelt for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH* FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. ^
Florida, this 12th day of January,
A.D. I960.
E. B I.E,\THE1tMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Cuit. l>ade Count v. Florida
iseai) By K M. l.YMAN,
Deputy Clerk,
1 15-22-29.2/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FEB. BROTHERS' at 1020 Venetian
Way, Mlaml-39, Fla.. Intends to ret--
ister said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
MI'RRAY H. WEIL
1/22-29, 1/5-11
N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 48337.C
IN RE: ESTATE OP
HENRY w Mil.Licit
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per-..11- May-
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You. and each of you are hercly*
notified and required t.. present any
claims and demand* which you, or
either of phi, mi) have against the
[* of HENRY W MILLER de-
leased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the Honorable county Judges of
Dade County, and file the same in
then offices In the County Courthouse
In Dad* County, Florida, within eight
alendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Said claim*
or demand- ta "Utain tin1 laSal ad-
dress of the claimant and to he
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will be barred. See Section
7SS.16 of the I9tr. Probate Act.
January 14. A.D. 19611.
KITTY F MILLER. As Admin-
istratrix of the state of HF'.NRY
\V MILLER. Deceased.
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Women's Section of The Jewish Floridian begins its "My Favorite
Recipe'' feature today. Each week, .favorite recipes of women through-
out the Greater Miami area will be published, together with a thumb-
nail sketch of their activities. Watch for this column.
Mrs. Max (Sylvia l
Granada blvd., has
Sponge Grin recipe.
Oeakter, 4i
a favorite
Mrs. Deakter. active with Wom-
en's American ORT. has two chil-
dren. Natalie Ann. who attends
Ponce de Leon Junior High School,
and Michael Allan, a student at
the Hebrew Academy. Mrs. Deak
ter's recipe calls for:
SPONGE CAKE
lMi cups cake flour
Vi cups sugar
10 eggs
Juice of H lemon
Pinch salt
Sift flour three times. Separate
eggs, beat whites with pinch of
salt, until very fluffy but not stiff.
Beat yolks, adding sugar gradu-
ally, until batter is stiff and pale
lemon-colored, then add lemon
juice and mix thoroughly. Fold in
sifted flour gradually with broad
spatula, then fold in egg whites
until thoroughly blended. (Do not
beat.) Pour into ungreased tube
pan 9-inch, bake for 50 minutes at
"25 deg. Invert on top of gingerale
bottle until cold. Remove from pan
by loosening all around with long
-patula or saw knife.
bowl, heat egg vigorously wit*
rotary beater for 1 or 2 minutes
Beal in malted butter, then mfli
an.1 pineapple iimf- Stir in raisin-
and crushed pineapple Add siflec
dry Ingredients all at once. Mix
only until moistened. Fill grease
muffin pan about 2/3 full. Bab
in hot oven < 400 deg.) 20 to 2.1
minutes.
MKS. DtAKTtK MRS. CATSMAN
cil of Jewish Women, Mrs. Cats-
man has two favorite recipes.
ORANGE BISCUITS
cups flour
tsp. baking powder
tsp salt
tblesp sugar
* cup milk or ordhge juice
3 tblsp shortening
1 egg. lightly beaten
small sugar cubes
Juice of one orange
Rind of one orange
Sift dry ingredients into bowl.
Study Course
For Local PTA's
Has your local PTA unit oper
ated creatively and effect ivel-
during the year? Have your pro
grams for your regular meeting'
improved' Have you found ways
of securing good PTA leaders?
A study course on "Guide to Self
Study" will be held Wednesday
9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., by the Dade
County Council of Parent Teacher
Assns. at the Miami Woman's
Club. 1737 N. Bayshore dr.
Local PTA units may receive
study course credit for five mem-
bers in attendance for the full
time.
Dr. W. T. Edwards, president of
District 3 of the Florida Congress
of Parents and Teachers, and pro
fessor of education at Florida State
Mrs. Bernard Michelson, sitting past chief of Pythian Sisters I
Roosevelt Temple 33, presents a $1,000 check to Gilbert N.
Wagener, physicist at the Cancer Institute of Miami. Funds
will be used to purchase machinery for the Instrument Devel-L
opment Laboratory at the Institute. To date, Pythian Sisters
have contributed more than $4,000 for equipment needed in
the Instrument Laboratory.
Sinai Auxiliary **' ckootar **
Meeting Friday
Make a well or depression in them. University, is the author of the
Add milk shortening and egg. Stir | "Guide," and will be the instruc
lightly but thoroughly with fork, tor for the study course.
Turn out on well-floured board andl A buffet luncheon will be served.
pat to "2 inch thickness. Cut into and reservations are to be made
rounds. Soak sugar cube briefly in \ by area coordinators with Mrs. W. '" meet Friday. 10:30 a.m.. in the
Board members of the Women's
Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital
el.
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Shalom chapter of B'nai BY -c1m
Women will meet Tuesday, 81 nd
p.m., at the Cutler Ridge pp;- ilso
Center.
Mrs. David (Elinor)
lives with her attorney
r.nd two children at 250 E. San
Marino dr.
Ellen. 13. attends Nautilus
School. Julie. 9, is a student at
North Beach Elementary School.
Mrs. Catsman's favorite hobby is
polf. But she is also active in nu-
merous civic and defense organi-
zations, playing a major role as
chairman of the program commit-
tee of the Greater Miami chapter,
American Jewish Committee.
Husband David is a trustee of
Mt. Sinai Hospital and on the
board of Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service.
Also active in the National Coun-
orange juice, place on biscuit.
Catsman j Press'"g gently. Sprinkle with grat-
husband cd orange rind. Bake in 450 deg.
oven 10 to 15 minutes.
RAISIN-PINEAPPLE MUFFINS
2 cups flour (sifted)
4 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1/3 cup sugar
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egg
cup butter (melted)
cup milk
cup pineapple juice
cup seedless raisings
cup crushed pineapple,
drained
Sift together flour, baking pow-
der, salt and sugar. In mixing
NEW
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\ luncheon Card Party
Luncheon and card party of Sis-
terhood of Miami Hebrew Congre-
gation will be held Wednesday noon
at the congregation. Sponsors are
Mrs. Theresa Brand and Mrs. Pe
ter Duchon, who celebrated her
25th wedding anniversary Feb. 3
Assisting at the luncheon will be
Mrs. Harry Hart. Mrs. Esther Sol-
omon. Mrs. Archie Coulton. Mrs.
Anne Gordon, and Mrs. Dora Hei-
man.
Sunshine Chapter Meeting
Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'n:h
Women will hold its regular meet
ing Tuesday, 1 p.m.. at First Fed
eral Savings and Loan Assn., 900
NE 125th st.. N. Miami.
auditorium of the new hospita
Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz. president,
will conduct the business portion
of the meeting.
Mrs. William H Bernstein, chair
man of education, has arranged
the program, which will feature
Dr. Leon Manheimer in a talk,
"Cancer Clinic of Mt. Sinai."
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Hadassah
Imi Beach Hadaasah has a va-
[ program for its February
Lncstis group will meet Mon-
15, at the Fh1almHm.il
at 11:30 a.m.

rah group meets Monday,
18. at the home of Mrs. Jack
44G5 N. Bay rd. Board meet-
\t 10 a.m. will be followed by
Ch snd general meeting at
a.m. Guest speaker is Sam-
|. Kling, columnist of The .lew
Tloridian.

ima Lazarus group will gath-
lonriay, Feb. 8. 12:30 p.m.. at
kington Federal, Normandy
Guest speaker is Leo Mind-
litor of The Jewish Floridian.
ram will also include commu
[singing in celebration of Jew-
Music Month.
hor group met Monday at the
linebleau hotel.

I. Goodman group will gather
Eesdajjr, Feb. 10, 8 p.m., at the
rlona hotef.
ia Sonesch group meeting is
by, Feb. 8. at the Saxony ho-
Vuru?h.js at noon. Eye Bank
paid up membership party are
{uled. Hirsh Howard, pianist.
lichele Robilotto, tenor, will
be heard.
il group will meet Monday,
12:30 pjn.. at the Eden Roc
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Geiger. Kay Harrison, vocal-
. also schedulod.
Mrs. Robert Schwartz, vice president of public affairs for Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women, and Dr. Samuel Gertman,
director of the University of Miami gerontology clinic, discuss
material used during the "It's Sooner Than You Think" meet-
ing of Council on Wednesday.
riety show by Flight Commander
of Eastern Air Lines.
Shalom* group meets Monday
noon, Feb. 8, at Hibiscus Lodge.
A film, "It's Good to be Alive,"
will be shown.
Henrietta Szold group meets
Monday, Feb. 8, 12:30 p.m.. at the
Algiers hotel. A film, "The People
of Israel," will be shown.
Stephen S. Wise group meeting
is Monday noon at the Deauville
ti group meets Monday, Feb.
noon at the Algiers hotel,
['speaker is Abraham Grun-
iRMStapt vice president of..
ton Federal Savings and jn0,eL Pr8r A'gnngnts "Lets
_ Me will discuss "Life i Celebrate Tu B'Shevat Festival
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Assns. will meet at Edison Park
Elementary School, 500 NW 67th
st., Miami, on Monday at 9:30
a.m.
Topic will be "Blind and Deaf
Children in the Normal School Sit-
uation."
Program is sponsored by the
Dade County Council of PTA's,
and Mrs. Forrest Bowen is Coun-
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Mrs. J. M. Hart, president, and
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ARRIAGE COUNSELOR
Miami's Nationally Famous Marriage Counselor and Author
From time to time, all of us who do marriage
counseling find ourselves both perplexed and baffled
by the problems of middle-aged marriage. Basically,
these are problems wherein the husband or wife be-
comes dissatisfied, for one reason or another, with
the existing marriage and begins to seek extra-
marital adventures elsewhere.
Often such cases prove difficult and discour-
aging to any who try to help them. What makes the
situation even worse is that there is little in the lit-
erature to aid a counselor seeking guidance in this
limited field which has special physical and psycho-
J( deal problems of its own.
But now, I am happy to report. Dr. Edmund Berg-
ler an American psychiatrist who specializes in the
field of psychoanalysis, has paid special attention to
the psychology of middle-aged men. and what he
ha.- to say deserves a wide and sympathetic reading
net only by husbands but, equally important, by
their wives.
Dr. Bergler argues that middle-aged men have
a second adolescence which impels them to rebel
nst life generally. Unless this revolt can be
dealt with adequately, it's bound to involve the mar-
riage, especially if the harassed wife is unable to
understand the psychological changes and stresses
through which the husband is passing.
Psychology Versus Biology
The triangle situation which so often develops as
a consequence is treated in great detail particularly
in the analysis of the types of women to whom the
husband turns as an alternative to the wife.
Dr. Bergler. in fact, has some intriguing names
J^r them: Miss Injustice Collector. .Miss Mild Resig-
r.. Miss Illusion, Miss Magic Gesture. Miss Re-
\i nge. and so on. But this light-hearted way of
wiiting does not obscure the penetrating under-
ding that he often shows of the human tray.
'Ived.
For example. Dr. Bergler points out that when
the husband's revolt coincide! with the wife's meno-
pause it inevitably adds more tension to an already
strained situation. Psychology, as it were, comes
into conflict with biology.
Throughout, in fact, Herr Professor is optimis-
tic. Nothing, it seems, phases him. Most of the
troubles he recounts, he feels end happily, especially
if the wife can handle the situation with insight and
understanding.
In this. I very much fear, he is much too san-
guine. Indeed, one of the weaknesses of the book
is a somewhat naive belief that psychoanalysis can
cure anything, a belief certainly not in accord with
the known facts.
Like many analysts Dr. Bergler does not take
enough account of human nature and is inclined to
suggest that to label is to understand and that to
classify is to heal.
Rebellious Tendencies
Moreover, I have grave doubts that the revolt
Dr. Bergler writes about with such passionate con-
viction is limited to middle-aged men. I have the
feeling, instead, that there are rebelious tendencies
within all of us, irrespective of age or even the
duration of marriage-
Some men are natural born philanderers. Some
aren't. Some men have character and integrity.
Some don't. Some husbands and oversexed and re
quire extra-marital outlets. Other men are more
"normal'' sexually and are quite content to remain
faithful. Some husbands are natural born rebels,
with or without causes, while some tend to be more
conventional and pedestrian.
The environmentalists to the contrary, I have
the feeling that all this is largely a matter of biology
and hereditary equipment. Environment, I am
quite ready to agree, does play a part, but I suspect
thai time and further research will prove that it
plays a relatively minor one.
Yet, taking it all in all. I am persuaded that the
"Revolt of the Middle-Aged Man" i> one of the most
helpful books on this vexatious subject that 1 have
and I am happy to recommend it as
a stii .'nil provocative discu.vion of a sub-
ject a> important to men as ii is to women.______
Air. tiling i available for private marriage counseling
at the Huntinglon Medical bfdg., in Miami
Councilettes Will Meet Sunday
Councilettes. newest and young-
est division of the Greater Miami
Section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, will hold its next reg-
ular meeting on Sunday. 2:30 p.m..
al the Park Lane Cafeteria on Co-
ral Way.
Mrs. Joseph Yanich. dance in-
structor, will demonstrate the
popular new danccv
Many Councilette members are
working on the construction of ed-
ucational aid toys for the sight
handicapped children in Council's
Braille program. Mrs. William Ep-
stein, council Braille chairman,
says that the 300 visual aid's al
ready completed "bring a great
deal of joy along with instruction
to the children who cannot avail
themselves of the usual toys."
The Councilette Division is open
to all girls of junior high school
age. Susan Gertman is president.
Guest of Honor Due
Guest of honor at the opening of
'"Calendar Show" at Gene Bis
Three Arts Theatre, 342 Aragon
aval. Thursday, was to be Joan Ed-
wards, well-remembered for her
long association with "Your Hit
Parade" and co-author of the orig-
inal musical with Lyn Duddy for a
special Arthur Godfrey television
show a few years ago. "Calendar
Show" will play Thursdays through
Saturdays, Feb. 4 to 6 anj Feb. 11
to 13.
Coral chapter of American Medical Center at Denver will hold
its annual dinner dance Sunday evening at the Americana,
starring Abbe Lane and Xavier Cugat. Chairmen (left to right)
are Mesdames David Bendel, Irving Wallick and Jules Wes-
ton. Not shown is Mrs. Harry S. Schwartz. Proceeds are for
the new Eleanor Roosevelt Institute for Cancer Research.
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Cardiac Hospital Announces Plans Here
For New 200-Bed Structure in 1960
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I'lnni f"- new hytfriiiifr-anJ
new location for Miami's National
(hildren's Cardiac Hospital were
.nnounced Saturday night at the
Diamond Jubilee benefit dinner
dance at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Richard I. Berenson, president
of the hospital, outlined the need
lor a 200-bed structure, and intro-
duced Lee Ratner and Arthur Des-
scr, who will serve as co-chairmen
of a campaign destined to raise in
excess of two and a quarter mil-
lion dollars to aid in the fight
against the nation's number one
killer of young children.
We hope that actual construc-
tion on tha first phase of tha pro-
gram will got undor way during
I960," statad Beremon, "and we
certainly are gratified with the
immediate response wa have re-
ceived, both in tho form of
checks and pledges. The sum al-
ready in hand is substantial, but
I cannot over-stress tho need."
Farband Meet
Wednesday Eve
Farband. Ben Gurion Branch.
-Mill meet Wednesday evening at
Beth El Congregation.
Irving M. Sachs, president, will
conduct the business session. Dr.
Isaac I'nterman will discuss his
latest book, "Light Amid Dark-
re --"
Bernard Furman and Emanuel
Burstein will discuss current
events. Social hour follows under
the direction of Mesdames Rebec-
ca Ishlon and Sam Kopkind..
Tihreih Israel Luncheon
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
hold a luncheon and card party at
the Center, 6500 N. Miami ave., on
Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. Hostesses
ir the affair are Mrs. Sarah Jar-
low. Mrs. Pearl Kant, Mrs. Sheila
Wcinstock and Mrs. Nettie Sklar.
Donee Saturday Evening
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NatieaeJ Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital's new'structure is to be built
on a four-acre site, immediately
adjacent to Jackson Memorial
Hospital, and will greatly facili-
tate both treatment and research
because of location in what is to
become the metropolitan Medical
Center, according to the co-chair-
men. Althugh the new building will
contain every modern facility, it
will lose none of the "hominess"
which its board of governors feels
"is so essential to the successful
conduct of an institution devoted
to the care of needy child victims
of rheumatic fever."
Desser and Ratner pointed out
that the hospitala 100 percent
charity institutionnow takes chil-
dren for resident care from five
years up. Emphasis, when the new
building is occupied, will be placed
on facilities that will also provide
for care and treatment from in-1
fancy. The diagnostic clinic, will i
be enlarged and research facili-
ties strengthened with an addition-
al 25 beds available for this de-
partment alone.
Tho board of governors and a
committee of medical advisors
have also under consideration
the establishment of a Biological
Institute for Experimental Medi-
cine, which is expected to con-
centrate on various aspects of
clinical cardiological research,
both for adults and children.
Paul Rimmeir and Leo Robin-
son were co-chairmen of this year's
Jubilee, which featured a "This is
Your Life" presentation, portray-
ing the life story of one of the
many patients of Cardiac Hospital
who recovered from rheumatic
fever and went on to live a useful
and normal life.
Jack Carter, comedian, and
Paula Stewart, vocalist, together
with Mai Malkin's orchestra, pro-
vided the entertainment for the
guests.
Architect'* proposed sketch of new buildinj for Notional ChUdren's Cardiac Hospital.
Pioneer Women Plan Tu B'Shevat, Other Programs
Mrs. Shirley Queen, president of
Golda Meir Club, Pioneer Women,
has called a meeting to be held
Tuesday. 8 p.m.,'at Beth El Con-
gregation.
The meeting will commemorate
Tu B'Shevat, with Dr. Abraham
; Kitzen as guest speaker. Dr. Kit-
, ren will discuss the significance of
| the birth of trees and why the holi-
day is celebrated.
Mrs. Esther Broun, chairman of
Jewish National Fund for Gold
Meir Club, is in charge of arrange-
ments. Mesdames Sam Osipoff,
Jack Victor and Isidor Gerstein
will be hostesses during the social
hour.

Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden, presi-
dent of Beba Idelson Club, will
meet with her members on Thurs-
day. Feb. 11, 1 p.m., at the Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Assn., Miami Beach. Mrs. Harry
Yarnish. cultural chairman, is in
charge of the program.

Kadimah chapter, Mrs. Marvin
Copenhagen, president, will hold a
cultural meeting at the home of
Mrs. Max Friedson, 1691 Nethia
ave., Monday, 8 p.m. Mrs. Leo
Goldman in charge.
A regular meeting will be held
on Thursday. Feb. 11, 8:15 p.m..
at Beth El. Mrs. Louis Silver, pro-
gram chairman, has arranged for
a "White Elephant" sale. Mrs.
Teeny Deutsch and Mrs. Celia Se
gal will be hosteses in honor of
the recent marriage of their chil-
dren.
and Moses Meyer.
Mrs. Segal has earmarked all
proceeds for Moetzet Hapoalot.
. .
Pioneer Women throughout the
country are at present conducting
an intensive drive for new mem-
bers, and many new clubs have
been established. One of the new-
est locally is Elath Club of Miami
Beach, which makes the eighth in
the Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women.
Another opportunity for Kadi-
mah members to earn donor credit
is the "Covered Dish Supper" to
be held Sunday. Feb. 14. 5:30 p.m ,
at Coral Gables Masonic Lodge.
45 Valencia ave Chairman is
Mrs. Celia Segal.
Committee includes Mesdames
Fred Sandier. Irma Graf. Minnie
Stone, Max Friedson. Nathan Ber-
ger, Marvin Copenhagen. Louis
Silver, David Meltzer. Lillie Co-
hen, Jacob Raffel, Jacob Weiss,
Milton Kessler, Teeny Deutsch
Review at Library
St. Patrick's Day will be cele-
brated early this year at the Mi-
ami Public Library on Feb. 11 at
8:30 p.m., when "Shadow in the
Glen." by Kyle Cullen, will be fea-
tured. Participants on the panel,
which will discuss the book which
is based on the 1920 Irish rebel-
lion, are the author; Joan Cronin,
a reviewer for the Miami News;
and Daniel Scannell, president of
the Shamrock Society, who was ac-
tive in the rebellion.
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Friday, February
Committee maps Fontainebleau hotel art show
featuring the paintings of David Nemerov
(fourth from left) and his daughter, Renee (third
from left). Session was at the home of Mrs.
Richard E. Hecht (right). Also present were
(from left) Mrs. William L. Finsten, Mrs. Rich-
ard E. Wolfson, and Mrs. Bernard Supworth.
Nemerov is a nationally-renowned retired de-
partment store executive, who now resides in
West Palm Beach. The Fontainebleau show,
which opened Saturday night, also features
sculpture by Renee Nemerov. Proceeds will
go to the Joint Defense Appeal, fund-raising
arm of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and American Jewish Committee. The
exhibit is open through Feb. 13.
UJA Leader Will Address Women At Sponsors Tea
Mrs. Jack A. (Sarah) Goodman,
national chairman of the Women's
Division of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, will be guest speaker at a
CJA Women's Sponsors Tea. The
;iffair will take place Wednesday.
] p.m.. at the Seville hold.
Mrs. Goodman is a leading fig-
ure in many civic and welfare or-
ganizations. She is a member of
the national board of the I'nited
Israel Appeal, was named Indian-
apolis "Woman of the Year" by
B'nai B'rith. and has headed the
I'JA Women's Division Study Mis-
sions to Israel since 1957. This is
her fourth consecutive year as na-
tional women's chairman.
The Sponsor's Division is com-
posed of Greater Miami women
who are helping to fulfill CJA
needs with contributions separate
md above those of their husbands,
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ing in Washington last week.
While there, they also took part
in the Women's Forum on National
Security, whose theme was "Peace
With Honor."
Smorgasbord Recipe Lunch
Beth David Sisterhood will have
a "Smorgasbord recipe" luncheon
on Wednesday. 11:30 a.m., in the
auditorium. Chairmen are Mes-
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Parnes. Mrs. Herman Boren is dec-
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Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations
|plans annual Interfaith Institute at Temple
;ih Sholom on Feb. 11. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Iwill speak on "Peace as Reflected in the Art
jnd Architecture of the Synagogue." Cantor
IDavid Conviser will discuss "How Peace and
Brotherhood are Reflected in Jewish Music."
IShown (left to right) aim Mrs. Parks Hunter.
lit
president. United Church Women, alternate
sponsor with FJWO of the annual function;
Mrs. Jean C Lehman. FJWO president; Mrs.
A. S. Decesare. chairman of the Christian So-
cial Relations Department of United Church
Women; and Rabbi Kronish. Mrs. Aaron Farr
is chairman of the Institute.
faad Plans First Banquet
Henry Groudan. president of the
bommunity Vaad Hakashruth, an
limn<<.- the forthcoming first an-
nual banquet of the Vaad Saturday
fc; Jit. Feb. 20, 8 p.m.. at the Royal
iunar.;:. Kosher restaurant.
"The (ommunlty Vaad Haka-
Ihruth. which is a non-profit pub-
lic sen ice organization, is repre-
sented by the majority of the Or
tiodox congregations of Greater
Miami." Groudan said, "and fea-
tures many safeguards concerning
Itashruih supervision, including
the elimination of a charge for
a kosher identification ring on
kosher poultry."
Groudan declared that "the Com-
munity Vaad Hakashruth is work
ing under the rabbinic guidance
of the Orthodox Beth Dm of Great ,
,er Miami, whose members include
the spiritual leaders of Knes-
eth Israel Congregation, Rabbi
David Lehrfield; Beth Israel Con
gregation. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
man; Miami Hebrew Congrega-
tion, Rabbi Hershel Saviile; Beth
El Congregation, Rabbi Solomon
Schiff; and Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, Rabbi Tibor H. Stern."
The presidents of these congre-
gations will be co-chairmen of the
banquet.
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fied bldg.
Membership chairman is Mrs.
Jack Lipsiner. Committee includes
Mesdames Donald Simon. Robert
Blank, V. Bloom. Edith White-
brook, Lester Siegal, R. Levy, and
David Fisher.
Dues chairman is Mrs. Samuel
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Afon.ice/lo PTA to Meet
Regular monthly meeting of the
religious school PTA of the Con-
gregation of Monticello Park will
be held Wednesday evening at the
Center. A Festival of Jewish Music
in honor of Jewish Music Month
will be the theme. Guests include
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum
with the Adult and Junior Choirs,
Young Judea Israeli Dance Group,
and Mrs. Michel Gruen and stu-
dents of the religious school.
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New Day Camp Told
Temple Sinai of North Miami
announces the formation of a new
Day Camp beginning in June, un-
der the direction of Dr. Francis
Haas, principal of North Miami
Junior High School. The camp will
be restricted to no more than 100
children, and will offer daily
swimming, athletics, arts and
crafts, dramatics, music, horse-
back-riding, field trips, and weekly
religious services.
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Rabbi Heim Reviews Book
Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
hood was to hold its regular
monthly luncheon at the Temple,
951 Flamingo Way, on Thursday.
Rabbi Leo Heim was to review
"This is My God," by Herman
Wouk. In charge of reservations
was Mrs. Max Lebowitz.
Veterans Entertained
Murray Solomon Post and Aux
iliary, Jewish War Veterans will
hold a party for patients at Vet-
I erans Administration Hospital in
Coral Gables. Ward 17, on Satur-
i day evening. The auxiliary was
joined by the women's group of
Hialeah Miami Springs Post in a
party at the hospital last Wednes-
day. Junior Theatre Guild of the
i Hialeah Auxiliary performed.
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Miami Hadassah
Meetings Slated
Torah group of the Miami chap-
ter of Hadassah will meet Monday
noon, Feb. 8, at Westview Country
Club for its annual H-Day lunch-
eon. Program will include aj auc-
tion. Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt is res-
ervations chairman.
a o
Chaim Wtiimann group Will
meet Monday evening, 8:15 p.m.,
at Miami Pioneer Club, 250 NW
North River dr. The function is a
(paid-up membership party. Mrs.
I William Winkler is membership
chairman.
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Alborf Einstein group meets
Monday noon at the Voyager mo-
tel. Program will highlight a
"White Elephant" sale.
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Choi group meets at the Voyager
j motel Monday evening. Highlight
' of the proceedings will be a skit.
| "Columbus Discovered Hadassah."
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Mr. Scopus group meets Monday.
1 p.m., at the Masonic Hall, 41 Va-
lencia, Coral Gables. Guest speak-
er will be Mrs. H. C. Moser, in a
talk on "Medical Center and
American Affairs."
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Naomi group will introduce its
nominating committee at an 8:30
p.m. meeting Monday evening in
the Park Lane Cafeteria.
a a a
Monoroh group of Hadassah will
Annual Membership Brunch
Coral chapter of the American
Medical Center at Denver will
hold its annual membership brunch
Wednesday noon, Feb. 24, at the
home of Mrs. George Rosen, 749
Paradiso, Coral Gables. Mrs. Irv-
ing Rubinstein is membership jne
president and chairman of the.
function.
leap Year Social
"Sweetheart Leap Year Social,"
featuring a dance contest and
games, will be presented by Sin-
gles Limited on Sunday, 8:30 p.m..
at the Alcaar hotel. Single Jewish
men and women between the ages
of 25 and 45 are invited.
Psychologist in Talk
Miatni psychologist Dr. Seymour
Blumenthal was to discuss "Why
Marriage?" at a meeting Thursday
of the North Bay Village Lions
Club at 7:30 p.m. in Nick and Ar-
thur's restaurant. Judge William
Brody is chairman.
meet for luncheon on Monday.
11:30 a.m., at the Everglades ho-
tel. H-Day will be the theme of
the meeting.

Tikvah group will meet Thurs-
day evening, Feb. 11, at the home
of Mrs. B. Teitler. Jewish Music
Month will be highlight of the pro-
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married in 6:30 p.m. riles at the
Seville hotel on Sunday. Jan. 31.
Rabbi Maurice Klein officiated.
The bride, who is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haber. 520
Castania ave.. Coral Gables, had
Mrs. Carole Lcvison as her matron
of honor.
Philip Goldin was best man for
his brother. Ushers included Her-
bert Goldstein, Allen Polley and
Steven Haber. the bride's brother.
Newlywed Mrs. Goldin gradua-
ted from Miami Senior High School
and attended the University of
Florida. Her husband graduated
from Miami High and the Univer-
sity of Florida, where he belonged
to Alpha Epsilon Pi. He is now a
student at the University of Flor-
ida law school.
Dinner and a reception followed
the ceremony at the Seville hotel.
After a Nassau honeymoon, the
couple will live in Gainesville.
For the wedding rites, the bride
carried a bouquet of white orchids
and lily-of-the-valley on her moth
cf's white Bible.
Friday, February 5. I960
Linda Kurland
Now Mrs. Chaplin
Linda Phyllis Kurland and An-
ton S. Chaplin exchanged wedding
vows Sunday. Jan. 31, at the Sax-
TJhy hotel. Ra*bbi Samuel April of-
ficiated at the 3 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs
James R. Dalmasse. 2398 SW 25th
ter.. and the late Mr. Sidney Kur
land. The groom is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Sidney Chaplin, 2910 SW
19th ter.
Robert Kurland. Flushing, N.Y .
brother of the bride's late father,
gave her in marriage.
Maid of honor was Miss Arlen
Marlis. Judish Homan and Sarah
A. Chaplin, sister of the groom,
were bridesmaids.
George Isaacs was best man.
and Sheldon and Leonard Chap
lin. brothers of the groom, acted
as ushers.
Newlywed Mrs. Chaplin is a
graduate of Miami Senior Higi
School and Charron-WiUiams Com-
mercial College. The groom also
graduated from Miami High, an!
currently attends the University of
uvrmi -K.ihn Miami.
mm. ANTON CHAHIN
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MRS. GARY SHIfTAN
Werner Kahn
MRS. SILIG G01DHI
Miss Haber Now Mrs. Shiftan
Hiss Iris Haber is now Mrs.
Gary Shiftan. The couple were
married in 6:30 p.m. riles on Sun-
day. Jan. 31, at the Seville hotel.
Kabbi Maurice Klein officiated.
The bride is the daughter of thr
Jack Habers. of 520 Castania, Co-
ral Gables. The groom is the son
ol Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shiftan,
2110 SW 16th St.. Miami.
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Maid of honor was Miss Sharee
Zack. Jules Litt acted as best man.
Ushers were Steven Pawliger, Al-
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The bride graduated from Miami
Senior High School, and attended
the University of Miami. Mr. Shif-
tan graduated from Brooklyn
Technical High School, attended
New York University, and gradu-
ated from the University of Mi-
ami with a degree in electrical en-
gineering. He is a member of the
American Institute of Electrical
Engineers.
Reception followed the ceremony
at the Seville hotel. After a trip
through Florida, the couple will
reside in Melbourne.
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Lois Helen Lewis, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mondres. 5321
SW 1st St., and Seymour M. Seff.
[ son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seff.
1622 Bay rd., were married by Rab-
bi Joseph R. Narot in his study at
Temple Israel on Sunday, Jan. 17.
A wedding reception followed at
the Dupont Plaza hotel. Mrs. Seff
was attended by her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Marvin D. Mondres. and Mr.
Seff had Morton Goudiss as his
best man.
Mrs. Seff was graduated from |
Miami High School and attended
the University of Miami.
Her husband attended the Uni-
versity of Alabama for two years,
and received his BBA degree from
the University of Miami in 1950.
He served in the United States Air
Force as a first lieutenant for two
years, and is now associated with
the Marsha Kay Company. Miami
' Beach.
Among guests present were a
number of out-of-town visitors, irt-
' eluding Miss Ida Mondres. Martin
l Dattelbaum. and Mrs. Hattie Bo-
I gart, of New York City; Mrs. Ka-
tie Luttrel and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Fleischer, of Atlanta. Ga.
Immediately after the wedding,
the couple left for a honeymoon at
the Emerald Beach hotel in Nas-
sau. Mr. and Mrs. Seff will be at
home at 711 San Juan. Coral Ga-
bles, after Mar. 1.
Skit to be Presented
Next regular meeting of the
Greater Miami chapter of Wom-
en's American ORT will take place
Tuesday evening at the Deauville
hotel. A skit, "Woman of the
Year," written by Trixie Levin,
will be presented by the Federa-
tion of Jewish Women's Organi-
zation.
Out-of-town guests at the cere
mony included Mrs. Esther Feld
man, Baltimore. Md., the bride,
maternal grandmother; Mrs. Sam
uel Weisman, Baltimore, t h e
bride's aunt; and Mr. and Mr-
Sheldon C. Kurland and daughter*.
Atlanta, Ga., brother of the bride.
Reception followed the cere
mony at the Ivory Tower of th.-
Saxony.
After a brief honeymoon in the
Grand Bahama Islands, the cou-
ple are at home at the Universiu
of Miami married dormitories.
'Sweetheart Square Dance'
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is
raelite Center will have a "Sweet-
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evening, Feb. 14, in the Social Hall
of the Israelite Center. Mrs. Sid-
ney Katzif and Mrs. Louis Bennett
are co-chairmen of the affair.
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ONE of the season's most glam-
orous affairs was held Satur-
day night in the Grand Ballroom
o( the Fontainebleau hotelthe
Diamond Jubilee dinner dance
for the benefit of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital.
Nearly 1.000 persons attended.
i .i chairman Mrs. Lee Ratncr
was home ill with the virus, but
cochairman Mrs. Paul Rimmicr
appeared in a gown made up of
two fabrics. Center teams, both
front and back, separated the
white satin and brocade. The bro-
caded side was in white, gold and
turquoise. The white satin side
was appliqued with the floral pat-
tern of the brocade.
From the short formal Hem-
line in back to the floor were wide
panniers, forming a n almost
court train effect. To help carry
out the diamond theme, she bor-
rowed a half-million dollars
worth of gems, and took along
two security policemen as guards.
Mrs Kimmier's shoes and hand-
bag wen made to match her
gown.
Mrs. Ben Cohen wore a poppy-
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colored red satin floor-length
sheath. Softening the sheath line
waa a wide pannier in the back,
from the waist to the floor, of the
same fabric. Her fitted bodice
featured camisole fype straps.
Mrs. Edward Feinstein, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach chapter
of the Cardiac Hospital, selected
a floor-length black gown that
was completely sequined, with a
decollete back neckline. In addi-
tion to serving' on the advisory
committee, she assisted Robert
Rubenstem in decorating the ball-
room. Blue candles and blue ta-
ble clothes with silver dust set
the color scheme.
A BEAUTIFUL ensemble was
** worn by Mrs. Richard I. Ber-
enson. whose husband is the pres-
ident of the hospital. She chose
a white velvet dinner gown with
American Beauty red roses wov-
en into the fabric. Her bodice
was fitted with a high round
ed neckline and long tapered
sleeves. Her skirt was bell-shap-
ed, and her shoes and small Pa-
risian evening hat were in a
matching American Beauty rose
colored satin.
Mrs. Sheldon Spec-or chose a
black silk organza strapless short
formal. Her skirt was composed
of eight tiers of organza, and was
extremely full. Mrs. Julian Leh-
man wore an imported white silk,
brocaded in yellow and beige
tones. Her fitted bodice had a
low scooped neckline, and her
skirl was bell-shaped.
White was also the cole/ chos-
en by Mrs. Jack DeiberbaMra. Her
satin sheath had narrow spaghet-
ti type strapes, ajriTber skirt .fea-
tured a deep band of white cavier
beads and silver-lined bugle
Suggested for the rounds of
cocktail parties this season is
Mollie Parnis' slender cock-
tail dress. Of silk surrah. it
combines red, green and
black in the print. The gently-
molded bodice has the flat-
tering portrait neckline and
extends to a self-fold at the
dropped shoulder. Soft shir-
ring at the hip cases the slen-
der skirt tied with a rolled
self-belt.
beads. Mrs. Robert Lippman
wore a floor-length sheath of|
green and gold brocade. featur-i
ing soft horizontal tucks encirc-
ling the gown and zipped up the
back.
One of the most outstanding
gowns of the evening was worn
by Mrs. Edward Feinberg. It
had a harem-draped skirt from
the waist to the knees of a frosty
pink chiffon. The sheath skirt,
from the knees to the floor, and
the fitted bodice were embroid
ered in a matching pink ribbon
lace and completely reembroid-
ered in pink sequins and palliet-
tes.
Pole de Sole
For Mrs. Leff
Elaine Honey Brenner and Lanny
Martin Leff were married Sunday,
Jan. 31. at Temple Emanu-El!
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the 5 p.m. rites. ~ '
The couple are on a honeymoon
tour of Florida, and will live in
Laurel, Miss.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Moc Brenner, 6796 Hard-
ing ave., Miami Beach. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Leff, 428 SW 2nd ave., Home-
stead.
Maid of honor for her sister was
Miss Maralyn Brenner. Allan Leff
was best man for his brother.
Ushers included Ernie Brandt and
Stanley Gettis.
The bride chose a peau de soie
ballerina-length gown featuring a
molded bodice, scooped neckline
outlined with reembroidered alen-
con lace, and elbow-length sleeves.
She carried a spray of white or-
chids.
Newlywed Mrs. Leff graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and was a member of Omega Del-
ta Psi Council. The groom attend-
ed the University of Florida, where
he belonged to Pi Lambda Phi fra-
ternity.
Reception followed the cere-
mony at the Saxony hoteL
Werner Kahn
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Fashion Show Scheduled Here
Shoshana chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold its second annual
"Sweetheart Fashion Show" on
Feb. 9 at the Algiers hotel.
Richards Department Store will
preview new styles. Coiffures will
be by Gordon Le Dowda.
Climax of the program will be
a baby photo contest, featuring
judges Don Barber and Bob Clay-
ton, of ch. 7-WCKT.
Mrs. Herbert Brautman is in
charge of reservations.
PTA'S to Mark Founders Day
PTA's in Area 8, Miami Beach. I ring at Nautilus Junior High
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Thomas D. Bailey, superintend
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Friday, February 5, 1960
4
Miss Kaplan Will
Wed Physician
Dr. and Mrs. Saul H. Kaplan, of
3724 Pine Tree dr., announce the
'engagement of their daughter.
' Dorlene Verna, to Dr. Ronald Wil-
jlam Shane, m TTT Mr: 3nd "Mrs.
Isadore Shane, 1015 13th st.
Miss Kaplan graduated from Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School,
where she was a member of Na-
tional Honor Society. She will
, graduate from the University of n
1 Miami in February with a Bach- i
elor of Science degree in chemis \
try.
Dr. Shane graduated cum laudc |
from Muhlenberg College, where I
he was secretary of Student Gov- i*
ernment and captain of the tennis^
team. He was a member of ODlT"'
Surgeons Meet on Beach
The Clinical Congresa of Abdom-
' inal Surgeons is being held at the
j Deauville hotel this week. More
: than 1.000 surgeons, with their
I wives and families, are attending
| the meeting.
Dr. Leon Mannheimer, Miami
Beach" sufgeonTis chairman 6f the
I congress.
Werner K;ihn
MRS. SHtRMAN lOWf
Wi'iniT Kuhn
MRS MARVIN COHtN
Cohen, Schwam Exchange Vows
Miss Elaine Schwam and Marvin
Cohen exchanged wedding vows at
Temple Zion on Sunday, Jan. 31.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiated at
the noon rites.
Tfre bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Schwam, 2781 SW
84!h ct.. Miami. The groom's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Co-
hen. Norwich, Conn.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. Hose Meyer. Eli Gold-;
smith was best man.
The bride chose a waltz-length
chantilly lace gown featuring short;
slee%ei and a finger-tip length
veil She carried orchids on a
prayer book.
Steiner, Lowe
Exchange Vows
Joyce Ivy Steiner became Mrs.
Sherman Lowe in noon vows Sun-
day, Jan. 31. at the Dunes motel.
Ratbi Max Lipschitz officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Steiner. 1498 NEl
37C1h st.. No. Miami Beach. The I
gram is the son of Mr. and Mrs.1
M. Lowe. Worcester. Mass.
Majd of honor was Miss Susan
Lowe. Mill Etta Bea Steiner acted I
as bridesmaid. Chick Steiner was
best man.
Fcr her wedding, the bride chose
a white chiffon and lace gown. She
earned a Bible covered with
breath of spring orchids.
Newly wed Mrs. Lowe graduated
frcm Miami Beach High School
and attended Boston, Long Island,
and Miami Universities. Her hus-
band received his degree from
Boston University, and a Master's
at Lehigh University.
Ailer a honeymoon in Nassau,
Pa.
Newlywed Mrs. Cohen gradual-
ed from Miami High School, where
, she belonged to the Future Nurses
i Club and was active in B'nai B'rith
i Girls.
The groom has three degrees in
the field of teaching accounting
and secondary education. He is
past president of Sigma Lambda
Phi fraternity at Bryant College,
and presently is a member of the
faculty of South West Senior High
School.
Reception followed the cere-
mony at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Aft-
er an extended cruise through the
Caribbean, the couple will live in
Miami.
Academy Women
Set Fashion Show
Luncheon of the Hebrew Acad
emy Women will be held Wednes
day at the Fontainebleau hotel
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president
announced.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a fashion show displaying a
collection of precious gems from
Jordan Marsh.
Models will be Mesdames Zvi
Berger. Martin Genet, Milton Lu-
barr, Louis Pollock, Max Silver
berg, Saul Spitzer, Jerry Sussman.
Matthew Zuckerman.
Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse, luncheon
chairman, said that all persons so-
liciting $100 or more in ads for the
Annual Year Book of the organiza-
tion are eligible to attend the af-
fair.
Mrs, Harry Kaplan and Mrs. Zvi
Berger are program chairmen.
Musical interlude will be presented
by Mrs. Murray Rosenthal.
Beth-El Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Beth El Congrega-
tion will meet Tuesday noon at
Dora August Memorial Hall, 500
SW nth ave.
Applebaums Take
Europe Tour
Miss Lana Berg became the
bride of Myron Applebaum in noon
rites Tuesday, Feb. 2, at the Deau-
ville hotel. Rabbi Morris Skop of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Berg, of St.
Louis, Mo. The groom's parents
are Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Applebaum,
5901 San Vicente, Coral Gables.
Matron of honor for her sister-
in-law was Mrs. Alex Berg. Her-
bert Applebaum was best man.
The bride attended the_ Univer-
sity of Miami, where she*was af-
filiated with Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Applebaum is a graduate of
the U of M. where he was past
president of Hillel Foundation and
past president of Beta Sigma Rho.
Reception followed at the Deau-
ville hotel. The couple are on a
six-week tour of Europe.
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Friday. February 5. 1960
twisUkxrldkim
Patients Move
To New Mt. Sinai
Pago 11-B
now Mi Sinai Hospital of
r Miami, dedicated jn the
oi December, is now a
MISS tACNU SCMUMWirZ
June Wedding
For Betrothed
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sehuro-
witz. of 1800 SW 87th ct., announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Rachel, to Michael Cannon.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jrving Cannon, 339 Catalonia ave.,
(oral Gables.
Misss Schurowitz is a graduate
of Miami Senior High School,
where she was a majorette and a
member of Sigma Delta Phi soror-
ity.
Mr. Cannon is a graduate of Co-
ral- Gables High School, and at-
tended the University of Miami.
He is known for his outstanding
howling.
The couple will be married June
26 at the Mont mart re hotel.
The
Great
middle
reality.
A total of 218 patients were
, moved from the old hospital site
last Friday. The moving job, com-
pleted at exactly 1:29 p.m.. requir-
ed five nours and 28 minutes, and
was performed with the assistance
of five ambulances.
According to hospital officials,
patients were moved without in
ndent. Included in the task were
16 infants.
On hand war* physicians and
nurs.s to assort a minimum of
discomfort to patianls. included
among whom woro a numbor of
cardiac cases.
Also making the move was the
Rinding Brothers trapeze per-
former, who fell from his high
wire act last week at Miami Beach
Auditorium, as well as a circus at-
tendant who deliberately stood be Britain Chlfkf
low the performer to break his' W"
fall.
As a perfect beginning to the
new Mt. Sinai Hospital, a baby was
delivered in the hospital's mater-
nity wing at 11:13 a.m.. some two
hours before the moving operation
to the facility on Collins Island
was completed.
Nurses move one of 16 infants and 218 adult patients to the
new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami.
Rabbi to Visit
Chief Rabbi of Great Britain Dr.
Israel Brodie and Mts. Brodie will
be guests of honor at a cocktail
party Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry M.
Schwartz, 3606 Prairie ave.
JNF Luncheon
For Attorneys
Born in Nowcastlo-on-Tyno in
1885, Dr. Brodie has served as
chaplain to the British Armed
Forces during two world wars,
and was a spiritual leader in
Melbourne, Australia from 1922
to 1937. Ho lectured in homilet-
ics at Jaws' College in London
from 1939 to 1948.
Dr. Irving Lebrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El and
Jewish National Fund Foundation
chairman, announces a JNF-spon-
sored luncheon for- attorneys of
Mn hTT, .,T ?ommun,ty Schwartz home during their stay
can be a most vital instrument in > hcre Dr Brodie is on a six week
assisting and furthering the de- J^ ,^^ting' *om a
velopmcnt of Jsrael," said Dr.; re?ent j]|,,.s
Lehrman. "Through wills and be-| While here! he will be honored
'"ChS ,k lonS"eI?,ec,,<* **stc- guest at services of Beth Israel
lands and barren hills of the young [Congregation. Rabbi H. Louis Rott
country c*n be brought back to life | man, spiritual leader. The Tues
Academy Students Rate High
Results of the recent Florida
state-wide ninth grade examina-
tions program administered to stu
dents of the Hebrew Academy were
revealed by Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal, at a meeting of
the board of directors last Sunday
Tests are given annually to all
ninth grade students throughout
the state by Florida State Univer
sity. The comparative results show
that the Academy's ninth graders
as a group are rated between the
90th and 99th percent.le as an
overall average. This also indi
cates that Academy students rank
in the top seven or eight percent
of all ninth graders in this or any
other state, Rabbi Gross explainer!
Monticello Tells
Unique Plan
"mohrfc^lfo P h r k "CTrhgregation
announce'! Wednesday that Slotter
Construction Corp. has been con-
tracted to erect its new synagogue
and school buildings on the con-
gregation's present site. 163rd st.
and 11th ave.. No. Miami Beach.
The -building will not exceed
$325,000. and will contain a syna-
gogue seating 1.400 worshippers,
daily chapel for 100 worshippers,
kitchen, stage, choir room, and
rabbi's study.
Tho school building will have
16 classrooms, youth synagogue,
library, and administrative of-
fices. The sanctuary will be both
air-conditioned and heated. Con-
struction will beqin within 30
days, and completion date is set
for August.
Meanwhile, the weekend of Mar.
26 was announced Wednesday as
the date for Monticello Park's cel-
ebration of its 20th anniversary
and installation of Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. The function will be held
at the Deauville hotel. Rabbi Mo-
ses Lehrman. father of Mrs. Ltp-
schitz, holds a pulpit in Detroit,
Mich., and will install his 6on in-
law. He is the brother of Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-El.
Journal will be published in con-
nection with the celebration. Mil-
ford Levine and Murray Greene
head the committee.
and fertility."
Purpose of the luncheon is to
acquaint attorneys here with the
work and goals of Jewish National
Fund and to apprise them of how
they can be oi service to Israel
and its people. Dr. Lehrman de-
clared.
clay afternoon cocktail
gins at 3:30 p.m.
party be-
miss roBit mas
Mills, Levinson
In Summer Rites
Critic to Address
Forum Saturday
Barnes Shefner will be guest
speaker at the weekly meeting of
the Yivo Forum on Saturday eve-
ning at Miami Beach Public School,
1420 Washington ave
Shefner is a noted journalist and
critic. He is author of an extensive
Campers Win
Awards Here
Camp .Universe held its annual
reunion at the home of the direc-
tors. Mr. and Mrs. MacMermcll.
70 Samana dr.
Some 200 guests were entertain
ed by Howard Brooks, local ma-
gician.
Awards were made to "outstand
ing campers'' Douglas Kahn and
Karen Miller* The following camp-
ers received warm-up jackets as
members of the Honor Society:
Billy Aaron. Steven Freedman
USY Discussion Group
Temple Emanu-El United Syoa
gogue Youth chapter will hold a
meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Sun a)
to be followed by a discussion on
"Religion in the Public School-.
led by Rabbi Bernard A. Mussman.
director of education at the Tern
pie religious school. On Sunday
morning, instead of the ususl
cekh service and breakfast, the
group will attend a breakfast and
regional conclave at Temnlc Z.on
Wrestlers Square
Off Saturday
Two of the most publicized
wrestlers will square off in the top *
(vent of a four-card program in -
Miami Stadium Saturday night.
Argentina Kocca goes again -t
Dick the Bruiser, in the main
event, a ihree fall, W-minute hou'. .
In the evening*! co-feature, midget .
I'ecuee .lames and woman wrest-
ler Dot Dotson arc pitted sga
midget Panchoz and Sylvia To;res.
Also on the agenda if a t iree
tall, t.Sminute hunt Ihut sends Don
Curtis ar.ain.-t Hike De B.as.
Rounding out the program is a 30-
minute one fSUi i -ending I
Bernandei against Bury L<
work on Sholem Ale.chem and as-
-ocia.e editor of the Jewish Daily Kano>. SuMn Ra Rwheiu, ,,..
Forward.
Shefner will discuss "Place of
I. L. Peretl in Yiddish Literature."
Yivo Forum is a weekly presen
i tation of the Greater Miami Yivo
i Committee.
Summer wedding plans are be-
ing made by Tobie Ann Mills and
Edward Ellis Levinson. whose en-
gagement is announced by her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills, 1650
Daytonia rd., Miami Beach.
Miss Mills, was. graduated from
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Her fiance attended Miami High
s>hool, received his undergraduate Community Concert Assn. pre
icgree from the University of Mi- gets the National Symphony^Or-
"iu and is currently a Bachelor chestra of Washington, D. C. on
of Laws degree candidate at LM.iSaturday PVening at the Dade
A member of Phi Alpha Delta [county Auditorium,
law fraternity, he is the son of Mr. Lorj Hollander, piano
Nat'l Symphony
Slated Saturday
ner, David Mermell. Steven Mcr
mell, Debra Mermell, Karen Mil-
ler, Paul Miller, Blanche Nuss-
baum, Joel Wolpe and Larry
Weitzner.
Rachelle Lerner was the winner
of a transistor radio, and Joel
Wolpe, runner-up, received a foot-
ball as his prize.
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speaker was to be Mrs. Jack Israel,
member of the board of the Na
""nal Women's League, in a talk
on "Torah Fund."
soloist.
will join Howard Mitchell, conduc-
tor, in a program featuring the
Saint Sacr.s Concerto No. 2 in G
minor for piano and orchestra.
Opening the program will be
Overture to "School for Scandal."
by Barber, and Suite for Horns,
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Major work following the inter
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International Airport. Wonder how many readers remember Bill's Sand-
wich Shop, on Washington ave., when that area was the true "heart of
the Beach in the Thirties?
Off to New York for a meeting of the Linen Supply Assn. of Amer-
ica is B. B. Goldstein, prexy of Sanitary Linen Service Co. He's on tot
board of directors of the national group.
It was "happy anniversary" for the Sherman Winnstheir 16th. II
was celebrated at the Balmoral, which is managed by Winn.
Missing from Bayshore Golf Course activities this week was Mrs.
Leonold S'-hwnrtz. whn's visi'ine v-th her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Yolof, in New York.
In mentioning Bayshore, we must also note that Mrs. Ida Cohen
captured the President's Cup-of the Bayshore Women Golfers' Club.
| It was her First "big" tournament win, and well deserved. Peggy
Ginkel, probably Miami Beach's "golfing-est" gal, and chairman of
! the women's group, made the presentation. Mrs. Herbert Goldman
', was runner-up. Mrs. Jane Saigh won the consolation prize match.
Mrs. Sanford Kimball's dancing was one of the highlights of the
, recent Miami Beach Civic Symphony concert. Her in-laws, the Jerry'
i (Sporting Goods) Kimballs, are mighty proud of her ballet artistry
! and have excellent reason to be.
Irwin M. Barnett is the new Florida advertising manager of Es-
quire Magazine.
The ninth annual Telethon for the benefit of the United Cerebral
Palsy Assn. of Miami will be staged on Mar. 5 and 6 at the Miami Beach
Auditorium, and telecast by ch. 7. Those dates come at the seasonal
peak of show business here. As a result, you'll sec more big-name stars
than ever before doing their stuff for the worthy cause.
M. B. Elks prexy Murray Sheldon and son Steve joining the ever-
growing father and-son Sunady twosomes at Bayshore. Lester and
Charlotte Saroff and their son, Steve, also among the Sunday family
fairway swingers.
Druggist Jerry Warren and son Chuck (down from U. of Florida for
a weekend) and attorney Sam Shapiro also tee-timing at Bayshore.
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BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: One of the more unusual entertainers
around town is a young man with the name of Duke Hazlett. He's a
better than average professional singer. But what, really makes him
unique is that his stock in trade is singing just like Frank Sinatra, be-
I sides looking so much like the Number One vocalist. Hazlett is now at
I the Downstairs room of the Seville. And we suggest you make reserva-
j tions before trying to get in the cozy room. Duke goes on six times a
i night in order to take care of the crowds who like Sinatra (via Duke
Hazlett).
Big theatrical news is the announcement of Margaret Truman
Daniels' first local appearance in front of the footlights of the Coconut
drove Playhouse on Tuesday, Feb. 9, in "The Happy Time." The ex-
President's daughter is no strange sight to TViewers, which medium
she graced quite often before marrying the New York Times editor.
One of America's best-liked night club personalities, Joe E.
Lewis, is back on familiar stamping grounds, at the Eden Roc Pom-
peii room. Joe E.'s appearance is usually the indication the the
"smart money" set is in town. The raspy-voiced comic never fails
to come up with a batch of new and rib-tickling material whenever he
comes to the Beach. His songs and stories are as fresh as today's
headlines, and are usually inspired by the latest news trends. As if
Lewis isn't enough, Harry Mufson also is introducing titian-tressed
movie star Rhonda Fleming in the latest doublestar bill at the Pom-
peii. A truly beautiful gal is she and, so easy on the eyes and ears.
| Jerry Lewis holds over at the Fontaincbleau La Ronde through
: the weekend, and on Tuesday in come Milton Berle and company The
effervescent laugh star last appeared here the winter before last at the
I Latin Quarter and did jampacked business in March and April He is
a long-time in-person in this area.
"My Fair Lady" is proving as big a draw here as it has all over
the nat.on. Michael Evans and Diane Todd hold down the lead roles
originated by Rex Harrison and Julie Andrews in the Broadway produc-
er. 7 .mnS'C rema'ns at ,he Beach A^itor'um through Feb 20
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Phil Silvers, the very familiar and popular Sgt. Bilko of TV pops
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JHitzval*
e for You" is a new feature of th A*isMBd.an.
A corsage is tree for the asking, and will be pTesentI! re each
r other of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah if requested-* month in advance.
Lerry Grobornick Rabbi Leon KronUh wll officiate.
Robert is the son of Dr. and Mr>.
William Iver, 4427 Nautilus dr. He
is a student in the Beth Sholom
confirmation class of 5722.

Konnoth Umo
Saturday morning services of
Temple Emanu-El on J"eb. 6 will
include the Bar Mitzvah. of Ken
neth Joel Usen. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Kenneth is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Usen.
A student in seventh grade of
Ida M. Fisher Junior High. Ken-
neth attends Temple Emanu-El re
ALAN
Reception in Kenneth's honor
will be held Saturday afternoon at
the home of his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Mclter. Out-,
of-town guests will include Mr. and
Mrs. A. Melter. Maplewood, N. J.;
Mr. and Mrs. William Kletter. New \
York City: and George Melter,
Long Beach, N. Y.
Temple Eunnu-El will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Larry
Grabarnick on Saturday, Feb. 6,
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman offi-
ciating.
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph (irabarniek, is a seventh grade
student at Ida M. Fisher Junior
High, and attends Temple Emanu-
El rcligioui school.
Reception will be held in his
honor Saturday afternoon at Mi-
chel > restaurant.

Alan Coemerman
Bar M.uvab of Alan Ben Cooper-
man .!! take place on Saturday
mormr. Feb. I, it Torah Temple.
with fii-'jbi Abraham Cassel offi
ciatine ;i ntor'Joseph Malek, the
Bar M.'.zvah's uncle, will render
the mu-.cal prtiens of the liturgy.
Alan .- the Mm of Mr. and Mr..
I ( ooperman. 1551 Lenox
avi Hi attends seventh grade at
Ida M Fisher Junior High, where
he UJ- on this year's Optimist
iootlKii! learn.
Kidd ,-h will follow the service.
Reop: :i in Alan's honor will take
plan f fnf ("ooperman home on
Suncl.v. Guests will include his
grandparents* Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Coor- r- .Trl.'^Cffalo. N. Y.. and
Reach, jn^ JevTMax Weiss, New

Robert Friedman
at Mr. and Mrs.
Iman. 520 SW 29th it .
v.%- Mitzvah on Saturday
no tin'30'. at the Israelite
(8 Habbk Morton Malavsky
ff.y^.u, UiUaii!iir I OUtl CO"
hcrjr^ I rt r*1 student at the Israel-
is < enter rcbfifltis. school, and at i
i nandoah Junior High.
* : f"llou4Lbeservice. Re-
cipiKw n Robert's honor was held Religious school students Eric Balber and Eilene Corenblum
t :U ^uiim Canter on Sunday. j flank Cantor rteiWQ* Gottlieb, of -Temple Judea, as they pre-
pare to participate m a kick-off for the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal at an inttw-ochool Music Festival on Sunday. Some 3,000
students throughout Greater Miami are expected to attend
the event sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education.
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iigious school. He is chief of Den ii j _
i. Pack 226, Boy scout Troop 6i Testing Service Made Available
For the first time in the history
of Miami, a Shatnez Testing Serv-
ice will be available here. The ser-
vice will be sponsored by Beth Is-
rael Congregation of Miami Beach.
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, syna-
gogue spiritual leader, explained
Wednesday that "shatnez'' is a
term used to describe clothing
which contains a mixture of wool
and linen. In the book of Leviticus
(19:19). the Bible expressly states
that such garments are not to be
worn.
"Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch,
leading Orthodox theologian of the
UKh century, points out that the
observance of this commandment
tends to inculcate a respect for
the Almighty as the Creator of the
universe," Rabbi Rottman said.
I960JPR SCHOOL RALLY
FOR. ^
. 'aasa aVS '
Labor Zionists to Gather
Labor Zionist Assembly of Great-
er Miami will meet Monday eve-
ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Pushkin, 230 SW 29th rd.
Dr. Simon Wilensky, acting chair-
man of the Assembly. will conduct
the program.
"The animal and vegetable king-
doms were created as distinct
components of creation and were
to maintain their unique charac-
teristics. Wool represents animal
life, and linen symbolizes the veg-
etable kingdom.
"By not mixing wool and linen
fibres together in our clothing we
symbolically express this charac-
teristic of creation and thereby ac-
knowledge the sovereignty of the
Almighty as the ruler of the uni-
verse."
The Shatnez Testing Service will
test clothing fibres by laboratory
analysis to determine whether or
not they are "shatnez." The ser-
vice will be free of charge as a
community service of Beth Israel
Congregation.
/Meeting Site Changed
Goodwill Group of Greater Mi-
ami will hold future regular and
board Meetings at Beth El Con-
gregation, according to Mrs. Frank
Hoffman, president. >

9
,'hF ceremony con
ducted by his grandmother.
Susan Brody
Rabh: Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Su-
S'SsS"Sr51 Students to Open Schools'CJ Appeal
Susan* is the daughter of Mrs. j Some 3,000 students are expect- Meyer Gisser, and Mrs. Nathan
Dorothy Brody. 7411 Carlyle ave. J gj to attend the inter-school Mu-1 Robinowitz.
She is a student m the religious, sjc Festival sponsored by the Bu-
school of the Center, and attends reau Gf Jewish Education for the
The Jewish National Fund
awards will be made by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, chairman of
the Florida region of the Jewish
National Fund.
Louis Schwartzman. executive
Nautilus Junior High. Jewish schools of Greater Miami.
The festival will be held at the
Robert Ivar Miami Bayfront Auditorium. 320
Bar Miizvah of Robert Iver will NE 5th St., on Sunday at 10 a.m.
<"' ii 'i bratedt Saturday morning, I
Feb. e^mp^ BM2S2l? *BB j ** f
:---------- Jewish Appeal campaign will cele-! --J t-m***^
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Friday, February 5, 1960
Joan Collins and Rod Steiger are two of the seven in "Seven
Thieves." story of the 54,000,000 robbery at Monte Carlo, open-
ing Wednesday at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres.
Edward G. Robinson and Eli Wallach are also featured.
Oneg Shabbat on Beach
David Pinski Folkshul will ho!('
?n Oneg Shabbat Friday evening
at the Algiers hotel. Israeli singer
Balfouria Gilad will headline ;
musical program, which include
Ben Yomen as choir director, and
Mrs. Ben Yomen at the piano. Max
Astor will offer a group of reading
selections. Melech Epstein and L
Laxavin will speak.
Rabbinical Assn. Program
"Still Small Voice." program of
the Greater Miami Rabbinica'
Assn., will be hosted by Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. of the Israelite
Center, on Sunday. 10 a.m., over
ch. 7 WCKT. "Sabbath Eve in the
Home and Synagogue" will be the
theme of the program. Cantor
Louis Cohen will participate.
Alberto Rochi is one of the
featured entertainers with
Los Chavales de Espana,
famous Spanish musical
troupe now appearing in
King Arthur's Court, Miami
Springs Villas.
Margaret Truman
To Open Here
In 'Happy Time1
Opening Tuesday, through Feb
21 at the Coconut Grove Playhouse
will be the ever-popular stage hit,
"The Happy Time." starring Miss
Margaret Truman.
"The Happy Time" was written
by Robert Fontaine in 1945, and
adapted lor the stage by Samuel
Taylor.
Taylor's first job in New York
was as a playreader. and he was
asked to rewrite a script called
What a Life." From this script,
which was produced by Leland
May ward and became an instant
hit. stemmed the long radio series,
'The Aldrich Family," written by
Taylor.
He than took Fontaine's book to
Main and wrote the play in three
months. Rodgers and Hammcrstcin
oroduced it. and it opened at the
Phoenix Theatre in New York.
Jan. 24. 1950.
"The Happy Tima" takes place
in the 1920's in Ottawa, Canada.
It is about a large French fam-
ily named Bonnard, who live to-
gether and teach the young son,
Bibi, all about the facts of life,
much to the dismay of mother
played by Miss Truman.
The hoy not only has two uncles
one a bit of a tippler and one
who chase- girlsliving at the
bouse, but a beautiful girl who
comes into the home as a house
maid. The show humorously de-
picts the anxieties of the youn.
boy and depicts how he finally be-
comes i young man.
Along with Miss Truman, who
has starred in "The Happy Time"
in summer stock, will be Lester
Rawlins. Ralph Bunker. Michael
Troy, Tarry Green. Ralston Hill
and local cast members yet to be
selected.
Siepi Joins UM
Orchestra for Two
Performances Here
Cesare Siepi, leading basso of
the Metropolitan Opera Company,
joins Fahien ScuirtrranrT the I m>
versity of Miami Symphony and
(horns in a dramatic presentation
I of the Coronation, Aria and Death
'Scenes from MoUBSOrgsky*! opera.
: "Boris GodounOV," Sundav and
! Monday evenings. Feb. 7 and 8. at
Miami Beach and Dade County
Auditoriums.
Siepi will also be heard in two
arias, rofellce e tuo credavi, from
"Ernani." and La Calunnia. from
Rossini's "The Barber of Seville."
The major orchestral works will
be Beethoven's Symphony No. 5
and the melodious and cheerful
i\ yal OvertnM" by the con-
temporary American composer
Bainbridge Crist.
Siepi's career was launched by
B fellow Milan-born musician, Ar-
turo Toscanini. The great maestro
presented his compatriot as soloist j
in Verdi's "Requiem" with the |
NBC Symphony Orchestra at Car-
negie Hall in 1951. A year earlier.
Siepi made his Metropolitan Opera
debut as King Philip in "Don Car-
lo." and he has since become one
of the most idolized members oi
the Met for his distinguished por-
trayals of leading roles in "Godou-
nov," "Faust." "The Marriage of
Figaro," and "The Barber of Se-
ville."
Goodman Hadassab to Meet
I. R. Goodman group of Hadan-
s.ih will meet Wednesday evening
at the Barcelona hotel. Guest
leaker will be Paul Kwitney. who
v. ill pres'ill a program based on
his recent trip t<> Russia and Israel.
Also scheduled i-- presentation in
honor of Jewish Music Month. Miss
Bertha Zolan will give a resume of
the coming holiday of Tu B'Shevat.
CRAM SltPI
Israelis Join Consul
Israelis living in the Greater
Miami area were to join Moshe
Leshem. Consul of Israel for the
Southeast region of the United
States, at a gathering Thursday.
Feb. 4. 8 p.m.. at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Sheflan. 7327
Dickens ave., Miami Beach.
Editor to be Speaker
I Nachman Meisel, editor, essay-
ist and critic, has just returned
from Israel and France, and will
speak at the Jewish Cultural Cen-
ter, 429 Lenox ave., on Friday at
8:30 p.m. His topic will be "The
Cultural Achievement of the Jews
of Both Countries."
Matthews Named Chairman
Mayor Robert King High Mon-
day named attorney Carey Mat-
thews chairman of an eight-man
Miami Citizens' Action; Commis-
sion designed to serve in the ca
pacity of a "cabinet." The commis-
sion, which will serve without com-
pensation, will concern itself with
slum clearance and housing, traf
fie and parking. Interama. port
and harbor development, juvenile
delinquency, coordination of Mi
ami and Metro planning, and ur-
ban renewal.
GOLFERS
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Large assortment of bags, head
covers, golf carts, golf clubs, gad-
gets, wearing apparel, eta.
"MKYTHm fO* THt G4M/M"
Wwrrj COtAl GABLIS
Immediate attention given clubs
mailed in for repairs.
Dr. ALLEN AA. KATZ
Announces the Opening of Offices
at
8526 S.W. 40th St. (Bird Rd.)
For General Practice
of Medicine
OFFICE HOURS .-^ ,. ecOO
AND EVES. BY APPI. /VUJ D-DOZ/L
1

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ir. Business Man*
Mrs. Housewife
The Jewish Home for the
Aged Thrift Shop, needs
your furniture, appliances,
clean clothing, luggage,
drapes, lamps, dishes, pots,
pans, silverware, sheets,
bedspreads, etc.
All proceeds going towards the
maintenance of our distinguished
residents.
THE HOME THRIFT SHOP
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Telephone NE 3-2338
Please Cull us for Pick-up.
Judea to Honor
Boy Scouts
Ner Tarn id Awards, the highest
in the Boy Scout movement, will
be presented to Steven Green, Bob
Rose and Louis Toback during Fri
day evening services of Temple
Judea.
Also to receive the religious
award will be Bernardt Chesman.
scoutmaster. Rabbi Morris Skop
will make the presentations. Harry
Cohen, religious counselor of the
Temple troop, will participate in
the ceremony.
In addition, two Aleph awards,
the first step toward Ner Tamid
medals, will be presented to Wil-
liam Katz and Bruce Barton.
Paul Brick, executive of the
South Dade District of the South
Florida Council of the Boy Scouts
of America, will be pulpit guest
during the Friday evening serv-
ice.
Marseilles Lists
Passover Plan
Cantor Jacob Konigsberg will of-1
ficiatc at the Passover holiday Se-
ller services of the Marseilles ho
lei, 1741 Collins ave.. Abe defter.
j managing director, announced on
Wednesday.
Cantor Konigsberg, who has ap-
i peared in concerts throughout the
United States and Canada, will be
assisted by Joseph Schreibman and
a symphonic choir.
Gefter also announced a special
Passover "package deal" for the
holiday. This will feature a full
American plan, including three
meals daily, as well as a late
evening snack, with the best do-:
mestic and Israeli wines served j
regularly.
The Passover plan features nine
days. Apr. U to 20. for $175.
A J I IslVIA it is not MM fa say
"We mrt doing everything aessiale."
UNLESS CHIROPRACTIC IS INCLUDED
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Friday, February 5, 1960
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Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 4*590-0
IN UK: Estate of
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 992
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Pel M>ll Hav-
i ,ms or I lamanda ASfllfl
notified ud requir-
ed i" ureaenl any etajim and demand!
: maj have against the es-
f anna I.i:\l\E deceased late
.f i i.ki. County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
i., In thali offices. In the i"oun-
ly Courthotiae in Dsde County, Plor-
Ida, within right calendar month*
'rein tic- 'ii it >>1 the firMt publication
hi"' will be barred,
run.ir i.evine
I'M i. kwitney
Humnay
I'.'" I.inc.In Koail
Miami Beach, Fla.
2/5-12-I9-2H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring t<, tikuc.. in
a under the fictitious name <>.
'.i-isi It I: LAKES MOTEL at Lake
IThcld. Ha.. Intends to register said
name with lite clerk of the Circuit
' '"irt (if l>sde County, Florida.
MITf-IIF.I. P MM.I 1 R
2/5-12-1S-2*
Officers of Florida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodges discuss program of the one-day
Institute on Adult Jewish Education at the Lu-
cerne hotel on Sunday at 2 p.m. Seated is
Jerome G. Greene, president. Standing (left to
right) '-are Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Temple Za-
more, state chairman of Adult Education Insti-
tutes; Sam Nieberg, Federation president-
elect; Arnold Ellison, district membership di-
rector; and Jack Wilson, State Federation
treasurer. Institute will consist of lectures on
"What Makes a Jew" and "The Story and Use
of the Daily Psalms." Faculty includes Prof.
Dean Epley, of the University of Miami; Louis
Schwartzman, of the Buerau of Jewish Educa-
tion; Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffee, Temple Beth El.
Hollywood; Dr. Donald Michaelson, Hillel di-
rector, University of Miami; and Rabbi Hurwitz.
If of L
few Yerfc.
Hotel Magnate Dead at 63
Al S. Tisch, 68, of the Americana
hotel at Bal Harbour, died Feb. 1
in a Houton hospital. A native of
New York, he was chairman of
the board of the Americana and
Tisch Hotels, Inc.
He is survived by his two sons,
Preston and Laurence; wife, Say-
t)e: sister, Mrs. Jean Weinberg;
and seven grandchildren.
In IMC, ha fMw* Ma two asm
\\rym, wM*h *m twnad wit
mo IwlaMauja in of MS
million. Preston la pi saiiMil of
the Americana and Tisch Hatata,
Inc., and Lawrence Is a beard
eew's Theatres of
Mr. Tisch was widely known in
civic and philanthropic circles in
New Jersey and Florida. He main
tained a borne in Deal, N. J.. and
had been In the Texas hospital for
two weeks. Services were Feb. 2
in New York.
LEGAL NOTICE
JOSEPH WEINSTEIN
"T4. of SSI NW 11th ave.. died Jan 30
ae came here 20 years aa-o from Pas-
,lc. N.J. SurvMmr are his Wife,
liana, anfl two atsters. Mrs. Millie
Ha* and Mra. Mary Schweltaer. Ser-
vice* were Jan. 31 at Oordon Funeral
Home.-
Lakeside
MEMORIAL
PARR
"The South's most beautiful
Jewish cemetery"
30 Minutet from the Beech Via
The New 36th St. Causeway
JE 1-5369
CHARLES A. KALT
45. of Detroit 'and Miami Reach, died
In Petn.lt Jan. Si. He maintained a
home at 821 W. Mth st. Survivors
include his wife, three sons, a sister,
Mra. Shirley Slrkln. 3092 S\V 16th st..
nnd four brothers. He was In the fur-
niture business. Services and burial
were In Detroit. I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 4*W3 C
IN RE: Estate f
ADA I. ROSARKi
I 'ft Til^I'll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
IItie Claim-, or Demands Against Said
' Kstat.
You are herebv notified and retpilr-
|ed to present any claims and demands
I which you may have aaalnst the es-
tate of ALA I KONARIO deceased
late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the sanie In the offices In the
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Or the same will lie barred.
ETHEL I. DAVY So N
MAX P. BNGRL.
Attorney
IK". Blscayne Building
Miami 32, Florida
2/.-.-12-1S-JS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 50C 046
IN RE: ADol'TIoN OK
MALE MINORS.
CHRISTOPHER HoNALD WOOD
and DAVl 11 SCOTT WOOD.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; DONALD RPKNCBR WOOD
Residence and w hereabout-
unknown
TOO, DONALD SI'KMKIt WOOD,
are hereby notified that a Petition fol
Adoption of the male minors, CHRIS-
1-orilEIL lJ.NAl,li WOOD anil DA-
VID s.-rPPT wood, ins been fil-,1 in
the Circuit Court of I lade County.
Florida, and said cause Is set down
for hearing-. 9 a.m., on the sth day
c,t Mai.h, l'.mo, before the Honorable
.1. FRITZ OORDON, MM ..f the Judges
Of the above styled Court. In Cham-
bers at the Courthouse. Miami. Du.le
(..iint'. Florida, ami inu an- her eh)
<<>mtii.in'lcd to be nml appear m saM
Coon lo show eause why said Peti-
tion should not Ik- (ranted If you
fail to da so. said Petition will be
erante.l
This notice shall lie publish,.! once
each week for four conaecutlve weeks
in Till: JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Mot lila. this 3rd .lay of February.
A.D., l)i.
H II LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dsde County, Florida
.seal) lly: WM. W BTOCKINO,
Deputy i"l,rk
SOL \I.EX \NDER
Attorn. ^ for Pi ttUonei
one Lincoln Road Building;
Miami Reach, Florida
is-ia-M
ir OUR SPECIALTY ir
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fr FR 3-9275FR 1-2511 -ir
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARRIS APARTMENTS at 7S4S By-
ron Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
SAUL HARRIS
ETHEL HARRIS
KOVNER A. MANNIIEIMEH
Attoroeyi for Baal aad Ethel Harris
I .'i-u-1:.-.'.;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it
The undersicneil. desiring to engage In
- under the fictitious name of
RALPH'S Ll'OOAOE AND JEWEL-
RY at '.'ii N Ki ue. Home-
stead, Florida Intends t" reStat)
with .tin- Clerk of the circuit
Courl "f Dole <" ..int\. Florida.
R VI.I'll R Mil 'KL, Bole nwn.-i
I DAVID MERMAN
> ttorn< > '"i applicant
.1 s Krome Ave., 11 Fla.


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FARMfa"*,ld t-S
ReaeTllAI DPR AMMIll
PER ANNUM
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a/AV'/Noi ana LOAN ASSO /ANON of MIAMI
JUStPH M IIP'ON, Pteiidtnl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN that
M.!, >V \ CHINCH Bl'H si'i: WISH
. ,t ;...- \ W IsMh SI 'i lo) l<:i
aid o.itn,
it. nil Court of Da.le CoUB-
ly, Florida
] R INK STEIN. H I. iwner
i2-l-i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT JF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
no. toe 100a
CAROLE SPONDKR.
Plaintiff,
vs
ME1.VYN W HltlXIIKR,
I *, f. n.l.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mr Melvyn W. Spondrr
29 \Ve 7th Street
New York City. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Dlvon. baa been
filed sgalnat you. and you are requlr-.
..,1 to serve a copv of your Answer or
Pleadinu to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. LAWRENCE
I HOLLANDER. Suite 2<*. 10
Northea-t 7-tli Street. Miaanl 3*. Hot-
Mh aad Hie the original Answer 01
Pi! adlna In the office of th,- i : h
,,t th. Circuit I'ourt on or N-fore the
7th day Of March, lliiii If you fall to
in.lament b] dofavil "in at
tak.n aaainst you for the relief de-
m.mded In Hie Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall Ii.- published once
each week f'.r four consecutive weeks
o rm: JEWISH i i.-iRiDi vn
DONE NI> ORDERED Bl Miami
Florida daj of !" <
\ D
l.E \tmi:i:man. ci< rk.
I ii.,1.- -onnt\. '
Bj I. SNEEDEN,
if Clerk
i UH;r\(T I IDil.LANDER
nev for llnlntlff
N I" T'.'tll St
vTRCHNIA PAULINE WILLIAM
11, f. ii.lam.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Virginia Paulina Williamson
I "t.-iMlant
c ild Ro well Road
Bmj i no, i la. irgla
Y..11 an ii.i.iv. notified thai a BUI
ol Complaint for Divorce hat '
filed against you, and you alt
soli i l ...... ip> of youi till
oi Reading to th.- Bill of Complaint
on th.' plaintiff's Attorney, MILT
\ FRIEDMAN, 1111 Alnsley Bid*.,
Miami '1L', I- la m.I tile the ori| n il
Answer "i ('leading iii the office of
the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or
before the 7th daj ..r March. I*8 If
iron fall to do to, Judgment l.v il.-fa'ilt
will bt laki n acalnal you foi the re-
lief ilemandi.l ill the Bill of 0
plaint.
This BOtlce shall l>e published once
each woek for four conaecutlve w.eka
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN,
DONE and ORDERED al Miami,
Floriila. this 1st day of hel.rn .,
AD. 14C"
E B LEATHERMAN, Clark,
Clrcull Court, Dada County, norlda
Isesll By; I. SNEEDEN
Deputy CMrk
MILTON A I-RIEDMAN
Attorney f..r Plaintiff
1111 Alnsl-y llldg.
Miami Pla.FB l-r>4
S/.-.-12-1 S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. atC 1058
MINNIE LEE PENERToN.
Plaintiff.
vs.
RUFT8 PENERTON,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, RI'I'I'S PENERTON. address
unknown, are hereby nfitlflc.l th:
Complaint for Divorce has bo
against vim. and you are required to
serve a copy if your Answer to
Complaint on the plaintiffs attot
MAX P. ENGEL, JU5 Bhjiayne Build-
ing. Miami, Florida, and to file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
th) Clrcull Court on or liefore the 4th
,1., of Mardi. 1980: In default "f
wiieii th. Complalnl will be taken
a- confessed against yon
DATED this ^!rd day of February,
IMA al Miami. Florida.
E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Flo"ida,
B) WM W BTOCKINO
Depute C*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, lit CHANCERY
No. 0C 1054
MIRIAM ROBERTS .loEL.
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM V JOEL.
Defendant.
TO will.I IM V JOEL
IVfendant
141 Alliermarle Place
Yonkers. New York
You are required to serve a cop. of
rnur answer to the BiH of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attor-
ney aad to file the original answer
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on .ir before the .th day
of March, AD. lMo; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein, will be taken as con-
fessed hv urn
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
Jrd dav of Fehninrv. IMn.
E II LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. I>ade Countv. Florida
By: K M l.YM\N
Deput) Clerk
Mil TUN A FRIEDMAN
Utorne) for l-i.intlff
1111 Alnslev Bide
Miami r_>. Fto-TB l-StM .
I1
V5 Convenient Offices Smrve Dade County J
RESOURCES EXCEED US MILLION DOLLARS^
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12tt, Avenue
Miami, Fla.
HARRY GORDON
PUFSIDENT
IKE GORDON
FUNHAl DIfrCTOR
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JTHC
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 48577
IN RE ESTATE OF
11 win HIRfffl
IVceil ,____
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml cr. ditora and All Perm n I
AgkMal
You and ea.-h of you are he
notlfli '" i"xy
, and d> '" ".i- v< hi. 'i you, or
,rf you, ma> have attains!
DAVID IB!:
I i .;i.i. 'ount) Floi Ida, lo
II. norabb I Judge*
Count
in
..Ida. within eight
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Da* fmljr. Flo, i.la w lihln e.Bht
pi ORiDA IN AND FOR DADE months from Ih. dat. oftna
LCOUNTY. IN CHANCERY '"',..... hereof. Sad claims
No. fsX: 1037 ""'' ""
BL XN.'IIE E v.- rRlDUE,
Ptali
..ni\i I KARTRIDQB,
1 '. tcliinf.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M Eastrl.lae
i lllns
Chilli..wl,. Vlntlnla
You notified that s Bill
. i' >...... h
I an.I you
..,! t,, -'v ,.f \,ur Ana)
in, ...I na lo Ih. Bill of i oini.lalnl on
the plaintiff.- ttomej LAWRENCE
I llnl.l.ANDKH, Suite ?S. lOfdl
I, Flor-
Irtn a-
lerk ol
for,- the Tth
if yon fall to flo
laki n
ompnttnl
in ml and lo b<
i said, ir
ill i s, tn.n in.lt of
\.
BTLVIA HIRSH, ^ Executrix of
the Laal Will and T-.-tamcnt of
David HI
K. iVNEB .^ M \NNMClMi:iI
Alton:, nix
Flrol publication on January 2S, 11.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. eoc 5so
CHOT,
Plaintiff,
\s
|. >||\\ Y Hi IT,
^
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
This 1.. i \\v II. >Y
IFW1SH f'l.ORll HAN >1 t" flie
\i: v\i. ni of divorce, with the Clerk f
I
B UE ITHERM kN. '
ilalnl will be taken a

'll'.IIM VN. Clerk,
ntv, Florida
K \1 LTMAN,
1 ^y, 2 r.-H
I, svrr:
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Fhilte :.)>* 1"" N E I9tll St.
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** HfcrMfor Friday, February 5, 1960 Joan Collins and Rod Steiger are two of the seven in "Seven Thieves." story of the 54,000,000 robbery at Monte Carlo, opening Wednesday at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. Edward G. Robinson and Eli Wallach are also featured. Oneg Shabbat on Beach David Pinski Folkshul will ho!(' ?n Oneg Shabbat Friday evening at the Algiers hotel. Israeli singer Balfouria Gilad will headline ;• musical program, which include Ben Yomen as choir director, and Mrs. Ben Yomen at the piano. Max Astor will offer a group of reading selections. Melech Epstein and L Laxavin will speak. Rabbinical Assn. Program "Still Small Voice." program of the Greater Miami Rabbinica' Assn., will be hosted by Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of the Israelite Center, on Sunday. 10 a.m., over ch. 7 WCKT. "Sabbath Eve in the Home and Synagogue" will be the theme of the program. Cantor Louis Cohen will participate. Alberto Rochi is one of the featured entertainers with Los Chavales de Espana, famous Spanish musical troupe now appearing in King Arthur's Court, Miami Springs Villas. Margaret Truman To Open Here In 'Happy Time 1 Opening Tuesday, through Feb 21 at the Coconut Grove Playhouse will be the ever-popular stage hit, "The Happy Time." starring Miss Margaret Truman. "The Happy Time" was written by Robert Fontaine in 1945, and adapted lor the stage by Samuel Taylor. Taylor's first job in New York was as a playreader. and he was asked to rewrite a script called What a Life." From this script, which was produced by Leland May ward and became an instant hit. stemmed the long radio series, 'The Aldrich Family," written by Taylor. He than took Fontaine's book to Main and wrote the play in three months. Rodgers and Hammcrstcin oroduced it. and it opened at the Phoenix Theatre in New York. Jan. 24. 1950. "The Happy Tima" takes place in the 1920's in Ottawa, Canada. It is about a large French family named Bonnard, who live together and teach the young son, Bibi, all about the facts of life, much to the dismay of mother played by Miss Truman. The hoy not only has two uncles one a bit of a tippler and one who chasegirls— living at the bouse, but a beautiful girl who comes into the home as a house maid. The show humorously depicts the anxieties of the youn. boy and depicts how he finally becomes i young man. Along with Miss Truman, who has starred in "The Happy Time" in summer stock, will be Lester Rawlins. Ralph Bunker. Michael Troy, Tarry Green. Ralston Hill and local cast members yet to be selected. Siepi Joins UM Orchestra for Two Performances Here Cesare Siepi, leading basso of the Metropolitan Opera Company, joins Fahien ScuirtrranrT the I m> versity of Miami Symphony and (horns in a dramatic presentation I of the Coronation, Aria and Death 'Scenes from MoUBSOrgsky*! opera. : "Boris GodounOV," Sundav and Monday evenings. Feb. 7 and 8. at Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Siepi will also be heard in two arias, rofellce e tuo credavi, from "Ernani." and La Calunnia. from Rossini's "The Barber of Seville ." The major orchestral works will be Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 and the melodious and cheerful i\ • yal OvertnM" by the contemporary American composer Bainbridge Crist. Siepi's career was launched by B fellow Milan-born musician, Arturo Toscanini. The great maestro presented his compatriot as soloist j in Verdi's "Requiem" with the | NBC Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in 1951. A year earlier. Siepi made his Metropolitan Opera debut as King Philip in "Don Carlo." and he has since become one of the most idolized members oi the Met for his distinguished portrayals of leading roles in "Godounov," "Faust." "The Marriage of Figaro," and "The Barber of Seville." Goodman Hadassab to Meet I. R. Goodman group of Hadans.ih will meet Wednesday evening at the Barcelona hotel. Guest leaker will be Paul Kwitney. who v. ill pres'ill a program based on his recent trip t<> Russia and Israel. Also scheduled i-presentation in honor of Jewish Music Month. Miss Bertha Zolan will give a resume of the coming holiday of Tu B'Shevat. CRAM SltPI Israelis Join Consul Israelis living in the Greater Miami area were to join Moshe Leshem. Consul of Israel for the Southeast region of the United States, at a gathering Thursday. Feb. 4. 8 p.m.. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sheflan. 7327 Dickens ave., Miami Beach. Editor to be Speaker I Nachman Meisel, editor, essayist and critic, has just returned from Israel and France, and will speak at the Jewish Cultural Center, 429 Lenox ave., on Friday at 8:30 p.m. His topic will be "The Cultural Achievement of the Jews of Both Countries." Matthews Named Chairman Mayor Robert King High Monday named attorney Carey Matthews chairman of an eight-man Miami Citizens' Action; Commission designed to serve in the ca pacity of a "cabinet." The commission, which will serve without compensation, will concern itself with slum clearance and housing, traf fie and parking. Interama. port and harbor development, juvenile delinquency, coordination of Mi ami and Metro planning, and urban renewal. GOLFERS GOLF CLUBS Reshaiied Rtgripped Refirtisfccsf fmtl Service fmttty Qualify • • • GOLF SHOES Special Purchase $19.95 Men's Oluv elk, fully leather lined, Black A White — Brown, Stack. Sites 7-12. Compare with finest $15.00 Golf Shoes. • • • Also ladies' Self SJ.aes-SI3.50 Red and white, blue and white, brown and white. • • • Large assortment of bags, head covers, golf carts, golf clubs, gadgets, wearing apparel, eta. "MKYTHm fO* THt G4M/M" Wwrrj COtAl GABLIS Immediate attention given clubs mailed in for repairs. Dr. ALLEN AA. KATZ Announces the Opening of Offices at 8526 S.W. 40th St. (Bird Rd.) For General Practice of Medicine OFFICE HOURS .-^ ,. ecOO AND EVES. BY APPI. /VUJ D-DOZ/L 1 ABE GEFTHt ir. Business Man* Mrs. Housewife The Jewish Home for the Aged Thrift Shop, needs your furniture, appliances, clean clothing, luggage, drapes, lamps, dishes, pots, pans, silverware, sheets, bedspreads, etc. All proceeds going towards the maintenance of our distinguished residents. THE HOME THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Ave. Telephone NE 3-2338 Please Cull us for Pick-up. Judea to Honor Boy Scouts Ner Tarn id Awards, the highest in the Boy Scout movement, will be presented to Steven Green, Bob Rose and Louis Toback during Fri day evening services of Temple Judea. Also to receive the religious award will be Bernardt Chesman. scoutmaster. Rabbi Morris Skop will make the presentations. Harry Cohen, religious counselor of the Temple troop, will participate in the ceremony. In addition, two Aleph awards, the first step toward Ner Tamid medals, will be presented to William Katz and Bruce Barton. Paul Brick, executive of the South Dade District of the South Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of America, will be pulpit guest during the Friday evening service. Marseilles Lists Passover Plan Cantor Jacob Konigsberg will of-1 ficiatc at the Passover holiday Seller services of the Marseilles ho lei, 1741 Collins ave.. Abe defter. j managing director, announced on Wednesday. Cantor Konigsberg, who has api peared in concerts throughout the United States and Canada, will be assisted by Joseph Schreibman and a symphonic choir. Gefter also announced a special Passover "package deal" for the holiday. This will feature a full American plan, including three meals daily, as well as a late evening snack, with the best do: mestic and Israeli wines served j regularly. The Passover plan features nine days. Apr. U to 20. for $175. A J I IslVIA • it is not MM fa say "We mrt doing everything aessiale." UNLESS CHIROPRACTIC IS INCLUDED SEND FO FREE BOOKIE! 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Page 12-A 9-Jmlstfhrktkun Decisive Moments in Our History sheep he saw an unusual fire. A bush was burn.ng but i was not Smed. Moses prostrated himself "Th.sill.a sign of God he thought. "The flame that gives heat and light but is not itseii •"TttSffiS bSSffb-A Moses reviewed the major experiences of his life. He had tried to forget the suffering of his pS in Eg/p? He thought he had built a wall between himself and his old v'earnings. but now he knew that he could not hope to escapetheResponsibility of helping the Hebrews. He interpreted ihe hurnine bush as a divine call to return to Egypt. thC • !" e 8 I will send you to Pharaoh the tSbmmmit] beckoning, as Moses became more and more enchanted by the fire Moses was filled with a sense of his own %  adequacy for the grand task. How could he. one man without an army, hope to oppose the mighty Pharaoh, feared by many nations? "Who am I," he wrestled with the call, "that I should go to Pharaoh?" In torment for awhile, he resisted the compulsion to stand beside the weak and the persecuted. He closed his eyes seeking to blot out the image of the fire and to ease the stirrings of his soul. He thought of the pleasure of spending the rest of his life here in Midian with his wife and children, enjoying the serene life of the shepherd, seemingly without danger or want. Then he opened his eyes once again, and the decision was made. His fear of returning to Egypt dissipated before the urg Their Soul* Repose Fler^al Peace'" AtlANiCMINTS BY PALMER $ M.AMI MONUMINT CO. ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE Alt HEBREW SUPPLIt S FOR SrNACOOVES i JEWISH HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE j-7722 YOUR CJA NEEDS YOU' VOLUNTEER YOUR HELP call CJA Headquarters JE 8-4331 NEWMAN FUNERAL HOME 1333 Dade Boulevard Miami Beach Edward T. Newm Funeral Director an JEfferson 1-7677 Here, memory is forever enshrined in beauty Mounl Nebo, Miami'i ..Idesi and iiiu-i Jewish cemete ry


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Fridays February 5, 1960 -Jewlsii IkrHi tr Page 11-A MAKING FREEDOM MEANINGFUL m* % •• UJA Must Help Israel Map Out the Destiny Of Third' Immigrants Israel qt last — but still no home. This elderly woman is but one of more than 60,000 people who must live in Israel shantytowns for immigrants. The United Israel Appeal, a member agency of the United Jewish Appeal, must help more than 60,000 Ma'abarot dwellers and 30,000 other ill-housed persons and newcomers expected in 1960 to obtain real homes. The man behind the plow is one of 130,000 immigrant farm settlers in Israel who still need help to make their farms selfsufficient economically. They need water, livestock, farm machinery, roads, electrification and farm buildings. They must be helped through the United Jewish Appeal. •I'll,. „, „.„ ,,.„,., „,,, .. By MORRIS W. BERINSTEIN General Chairman United Jewish Appeal This is the century of great migrations. War and disaster and persecution have driven millions of human beings from their lands or origin to seek freedom in other countries. And. as we all know, this century has seen the mass movement of millions of Jews, first from the Old World to the Western Hemisphere, and after the Hitler holocaust from countries of oppression and fear to the new, bright hope of a free and independent Israel. The Jews of Israel and of America, recognizing their historic position and function, have responded magnificently to their responsibilities. Here in the United Slates, the American Jewish community is about to embark formally on its 22nd consecutive annual United Jewish Appeal campaign at its Miami national inaugural conference this weekend. Over the years the UJA has come to tig nify much more than a philanthropic endeavor, broad and magnificent as that endeavor has. %  naanaiHBi HH aVMHHNMnp MM HI I been. Wc have come to see that like the creation and development of Israel as a haven, the UJA in its function as rescuer and rebuilder of lives, has become an instrument of history. More than generosity was needed to raise the UJA to this significant position. It required vision and courage to face facts, as well as the warm hearted response of America's Jews, to .the cries for help from overseas. That vision and courage are es sential forces which will help this 22nd annual campaign of the United Jewish Appeal to success. The UJA agencies are nowdealing with a set of problems which result from the recogni tion of the fact that man cannot live by freedom alone. Self-Sufficiency Since 1948, UJA has helped bring almost a million immi grants to Israel. It gave them freedom, but it also triad to help them make that freedom real by aiding them to become self-suft. Today, only two out of three Of that million have reach nl tingoal of self-sufficient y The third immigrant—and there .are almost 350,000 "third immi grant.s" in I-rael— still nerds our help Tie third immigrant needs i hood—a siinjle but decent home—to bring up his children with an equal chance in life. Yet among Israel's third Immigrant! we find 60.000 living in ihantytowns, 130.000 unable to make their livings on farmsteads the] uetv lettled, tens ,,f thousands of youth unable to get the training, guidance, and education they need to bring them to a par with the rest of Israel's youth, and a host of other needs. These problems form the core of the UJA's 1960 campaign. MORRIS BtKINSTtIM core of campaign Added to them are thevast responsibilities which the agencies of the UJA have to a total of more than 600,000 people not only in Israel but in 25 other countries throughout the world—responsibilities the fulfillment of which mean life Ttself. The real significance of UJA for us is that it enables uto make freedom more meaningful throughout the world, and that in doing so we make it more meaningful for ourselves. Sounding the Future — This youngster's health is being checked at Youth Aliyah center, where orphaned, semi-* orphaned and impoverished immigrant youngsters in Israel are taught to enter adult life as useful, creative citizens. Youth Aliyah is one of many immigrant aid procrams suported by the United Jewish Appeal. Ma'abarot life means hopelessness. In Israel today, more than 60,000 men, women and children must live in immigrant shanty-towns such as these, for lack of real homes. The United Israel Appeal, a member agency of the United Jewish Appeal, must help more than 60,000 Ma'abarot dwellers and 30,000 other ill-housed persons and newcomers expected in 1960 to obtain real homes. Parched earth is the most serious problem facing 130,000 immigrant farm settlers in Israel who cannot make ends meet on farms. They need land irrigation, farm tools, livestock and other aids to become self-supporting. They must be helped through United Jewish Appeal. Life must go on even in Israel's immigrant shanty-towns — the so-called Ma'abarot. The United Israel Appeal, a member agency of the United Jewish Appeal, must help more than 60,000 Ma'abarot dwellers and 30,000 other ill-housed persons and newcomers expected in 1960 to obtain real homes. The United Jewish Appeal launches its 22nd consecutive annual meeting this weekend on Miami Beach. Here, Morris W. Berinstein, general chairman of the UJA, suggests that 1960 must not only be a year to meet the tragic needs of Israel's "third immigrant," but a time to "clear the road for the future," as well. iMMaaMMMMMei



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Page 4-B +Jenist>tk*iJkM Friday, February 5. I960 i: iA M d| in <" I. w M ol hi 2J ti ii a d 1 )i B /ett'ish Floridian Exclusive c ARRIAGE COUNSELOR MIAMI'S NATIONALLY FAMOUS MARRIAGE COUNSELOR AND AUTHOR From time to time, all of us who do marriage counseling find ourselves both perplexed and baffled by the problems of middle-aged marriage. Basically, these are problems wherein the husband or wife becomes dissatisfied, for one reason or another, with the existing marriage and begins to seek extramarital adventures elsewhere. Often such cases prove difficult and discouraging to any who try to help them. What makes the situation even worse is that there is little in the literature to aid a counselor seeking guidance in this limited field which has special physical and psychoJ( deal problems of its own. But now, I am happy to report. Dr. Edmund Bergler an American psychiatrist who specializes in the field of psychoanalysis, has paid special attention to the psychology of middle-aged men. and what he ha.to say deserves a wide and sympathetic reading net only by husbands but, equally important, by their wives. Dr. Bergler argues that middle-aged men have a second adolescence which impels them to rebel nst life generally. Unless this revolt can be dealt with adequately, it's bound to involve the marriage, especially if the harassed wife is unable to understand the psychological changes and stresses through which the husband is passing. Psychology Versus Biology The triangle situation which so often develops as a consequence is treated in great detail particularly in the analysis of the types of women to whom the husband turns as an alternative to the wife. Dr. Bergler. in fact, has some intriguing names J^r them: Miss Injustice Collector. .Miss Mild Resigr.. Miss Illusion, Miss Magic Gesture. Miss Re\i nge. and so on. But this light-hearted way of wiiting does not obscure the penetrating underding that he often shows of the human tray. 'Ived. For example. Dr. Bergler points out that when the husband's revolt coincide! with the wife's menopause it inevitably adds more tension to an already strained situation. Psychology, as it were, comes into conflict with biology. Throughout, in fact, Herr Professor is optimistic. Nothing, it seems, phases him. Most of the troubles he recounts, he feels end happily, especially if the wife can handle the situation with insight and understanding. In this. I very much fear, he is much too sanguine. Indeed, one of the weaknesses of the book is a somewhat naive belief that psychoanalysis can cure anything, a belief certainly not in accord with the known facts. Like many analysts Dr. Bergler does not take enough account of human nature and is inclined to suggest that to label is to understand and that to classify is to heal. Rebellious Tendencies Moreover, I have grave doubts that the revolt Dr. Bergler writes about with such passionate conviction is limited to middle-aged men. I have the feeling, instead, that there are rebelious tendencies within all of us, irrespective of age or even the duration of marriageSome men are natural born philanderers. Some aren't. Some men have character and integrity. Some don't. Some husbands and oversexed and re quire extra-marital outlets. Other men are more "normal'' sexually and are quite content to remain faithful. Some husbands are natural born rebels, with or without causes, while some tend to be more conventional and pedestrian. The environmentalists to the contrary, I have the feeling that all this is largely a matter of biology and hereditary equipment. Environment, I am quite ready to agree, does play a part, but I suspect thai time and further research will prove that it plays a relatively minor one. Yet, taking it all in all. I am persuaded that the "Revolt of the Middle-Aged Man" i> one of the most helpful books on this vexatious subject that 1 have • and I am happy to recommend it as a stii .'nil provocative discu.vion of a subject a> important to m en as ii is to women. Air. tiling i available for private marriage counseling at the Huntinglon Medical bfdg., in Miami Councilettes Will Meet Sunday Councilettes. newest and youngest division of the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will hold its next regular meeting on Sunday. 2:30 p.m.. al the Park Lane Cafeteria on Coral Way. Mrs. Joseph Yanich. dance instructor, will demonstrate the popular new danccv Many Councilette members are working on the construction of educational aid toys for the sight handicapped children in Council's Braille program. Mrs. William Epstein, council Braille chairman, says that the 300 visual aid's al ready completed "bring a great deal of joy along with instruction to the children who cannot avail themselves of the usual toys." The Councilette Division is open to all girls of junior high school age. Susan Gertman is president. Guest of Honor Due Guest of honor at the opening of '"Calendar Show" at Gene Bis Three Arts Theatre, 342 Aragon aval. Thursday, was to be Joan Edwards, well-remembered for her long association with "Your Hit Parade" and co-author of the original musical with Lyn Duddy for a special Arthur Godfrey television show a few years ago. "Calendar Show" will play Thursdays through Saturdays, Feb. 4 to 6 anj Feb. 11 to 13. Coral chapter of American Medical Center at Denver will hold its annual dinner dance Sunday evening at the Americana, starring Abbe Lane and Xavier Cugat. Chairmen (left to right) are Mesdames David Bendel, Irving Wallick and Jules Weston. Not shown is Mrs. Harry S. 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Page 2-A +Jf**istincridrfon Friday, February 5. I960 B-G Threatens Force if UN Drags Feet Victor H. Nybord, president of the Assn. of Better Business Bureaus, congratulates the board ol directors of the Miami Beach Better Business Bureau in the Blue room of the Delano hotel for their actions "to improve advertising and selling practices." Nyborg receives the Key to Miami Beach from Tom Smith, convention director of the city. Jai-Alai Increase Noted With the half way mark approaching at the Dania Jai-Alai Palace, betting and attendance have shown a marked increase over last season. But there is one! thing that this year has in com: mon with last, and that's the close-' ness of the title races. In the Na tional Singles Championship. Alex, Isasa and Vergara are all tied up. In the front court race, Vergara is leading with nine wins, but only one more than Ondarra. The back court race is also close. Bari is leading with eight wins, two more than Marcelino. Jai-Alai games are held nightly at the Palace. : DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 1 LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEr • PHILADEIPHIA • BALTIMORE AlBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIBENCE and all other point! Weekly Service fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave. # Miami Beach Dial JE 8-B353 Continued from Peoe 1-A owners of land in tht demilitarized xont to cultivate *ueh land. But, he affirmed, "under no conditions will we allow the Syrian police, officials or military to enter" that zone. Asserting that Syrian soldiers, disguised as farmers, were entering Israeli Israel Urges UN Action Now Continued from Page 1-A Horn to adopt "all necessary mea sures to effect the removal of Syrian military units from the demilitarized zone." The Israel representative on the Israel-Syrian Mix ed Armistice Commission submitted a similar demand to the commission chairman. Observers here recalled Prime Ministry Ben-Gurion's warning in the Knesset Monday that unless the UN expelled the Syrian invaders from the Beit Katzir area, Israel would be compelled to use force again. The Ben-Gurion and Biran statements were followed by reports that the Syrians were returning to the positions in the village of Tawafik which Israel troops stormed and smashed Sunday night. The current developments were seen as highlighting Israel's basic dilemma, which was whether Israel should accept for the time being the condition of the destruction of the Syrian fortifications and continue to oppose further incursions through what was considered ineffective UN action, or whether efforts to prevent further .incursions should be made through direct application of military force. It was noted that the latter course might require the destruction of additional Syrian positions i and thus considerably broaden the extent and implication of the i clashes. lands not belonging to Arab owners, the Prime Minister said: W am making every effort to, preserve tranquility along the border-. We do not uant to exacerbate.j relations with our neighbors. But since the United Nations did not i ask them to cease their activities, and incursions continued, and one. of our men was killed, we found it essential to do away with the Syr( ian military postReviewing the situation concern1 ire the disputed area in the demilitarized zone, Ben-Gurion stat-i ed that the irrigation canal near Beit Katzir was dug six years ago. I and separates Arab lands fram, Jewish-owned lands. Israel, he t said, recognized the right of the. Arabs to work their own lands. "After we had requested the | United Nations to end the incursions by disguised Syrian soldiers," he went on, "and when nothing was done, Israel found It necessary to eliminate this socalled village which, actually, consisted of bunkers and fortified positions." Even as Ben-Gurion was making his explanation in the Knesset, ob-. servers here pointed out that, since the Israeli-Syrian Armistice Agreement was signed in 1949. Israel had filed with the United Nations a total of 750 complaints against Syrian military positions inside the demilitarized zone. The UN, however, has not succeeded in dislodging any of the Syrians from those llegally held positions VOLUNTEER YOUR HELP for CJA! CALL JE 8-4331 COMBAT BIGOTRY! GIVE TO THE CJA t BUY ISBAEl BOMBS MAVMNC PO J tea O O v'&ftS eWiCC Prescription Specialists NOW IN TWO MODERN A M' • %  "AN ORKiN srncr NE 3-3421 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-3595 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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Page 4-A *Jeistflcridtor Friday. February 5, I960 Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 —leletype Communications Miami TWX ,1 MM 396 '•., ^+41 ii in" FHSD K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher HO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Publi^ed every Friday alnoe 1M7 by Th* ItWla| PJ**"" at 120 SK. Sixth Stiver. Miami I, Florida %  "*£'' '" under the Act of Marrn 3. WT. 'I(h Floridian hat absorbed the J w i h T ""''1 h "? Jewish Weekly. Member of theJ*gJ*J2!Jl! £& %  icy. Seven Arta Feature Syndicate Worldw-daNe-J '. National Editorial Aaan.. American Aiar, of iah-Jewiah Newtoapert. and the Flo rida Preta Aa The Jewi.h Floridian does not guurante* of the merchandise advertlaed in m aecond Florida, u The Jew the Jewl Agency Servi Engl SUBSCRIPTION One Year 5JJ0 rantee the Kaihruin culumn a RATES: Thrae Veara HOW Volume 33 Friday. February 5. 1960 7 Shevat 5720 Number 6 Ike's 'Defense' a Disservice to U.S. Jewry ~*! r jzy*i &f% ISRAEL -REMFo\ceMefref .':.-..• m I A Supreme Court Justice Tells About Israel's Unique Syttom A By f. O. OOlTfIN Judge of the Israel Supreme Court J ERUSALEM—The Supreme Court sits in Jerusalem. It does not nor do its judges, go out on Assiie. In the days of the Brill* Mandate, a Judge of the Supreme Court would preside in murder cases, whether they were held in Jaffa. Haifa. Jerusalem or Nablui Today that practice no longer applies. The Supreme Court sits in Chamber of three It may. in certain eases, sit with five judge, theory', but not in practice, it may sit with even seven or rune judge/ There arc nine judges in all. We have no Chief Justice The senior judge is the President, and after hrm comes the Deputy r'resi dent. If these two judges do not sit in any particular case, the p re siding judge is the one next in seniority. Pleadings are conducted in Hebrew and all judgments are written in that language. Certain Arab lawyers who are weak in Hebrew are allowed to plead in Arabic, and one or two of them choose to plead in English. All the judges are at home in English and the majority have a working knowledge of Arabic. 'BY LEAVE' STRICTLY CORRECT THE SUPREME COURT is a final court of appeal from the lower %  courts in both civil and criminal matters. It acts as a court nf firsl instance, when it sits as a High Court of Justice. The functioai of the Hmh Court will be described later in this article. The lower courts are the magistrates courts and the district courts. The magistrates have wide jurisdiction in all questions of the ssion of immovable property and eviction therefrom. Tbej have jurisdiction over civil mailers where the sum involved Is small and over less important criminal matters, where the punishment they may inflict is limited From these courts there is normally an appeal to the District Courts and from these latter courts, by leave, to the Supreme Court The expression by leave" is strictly'correct, has lost all its meaning because the Supreme Court always asks the parties whether they agree that the application for leave be treated as the appeal itself and the parties, f..r obvious reasons, always agree The District Courts have jurisdiction over all matters."civil and criminal, thai are not within the purview of the magistrates Ill Haifa, the District Court is an Admiralty Court. From the District Courts Ihet-e IS an appeal, with or without leave-* sentence of not more than a year's imprisonment is only appealable bv leave—•,. the Supreme Court. The Attorney-General may. and does,' appeal to the Supreme Court against an acquittal bv the District Court Suppose the lower curt acquits a man of murder aod 'ttndj him guilty of martslaugHTer. the Attorney General may appeal tTt&Z DrewCountasking,, to f.n.l him guiltj on the ordinal chlrgL is • right ofwi exercised and there are cases on record" wht: M Court has sel aside the decision of a lower court thahe prisoner was guilty o, manslaughter and found him guiftv^f ni /rd er President Eisenhower was understandably upset by Sir Anthony Eden's reminiscenses currently being published in an American magazine. The former British Prime Minister's observations strike savagely at the heart of the President's policy-making decisions during the Sinai and Suez campaigns of October, 1956. Sir Anthony's contention is that Mr. Eisenhower failed to understand the broader implications of bcth military actions and that far more than the immediate interests of England, France and Israel were involved in their move against Egypt. History has, of rourse, since borne him out. No amount of sanctimonious rejoinder will ever explain away the President's folly of putting Humpty Dumpty together again— of saving Nasser's life so that the UAR dictator could return to unsettle Western relations with the Middle East. Even the President himself, in an unguarded moment at one of hie press conferences some two years ago, candidly confessed Ihert it may all have been an error —but that "it was water over the dam -£53353^23tfs Convention This Weekend by any effort to achieve a more realistic understanding of the letter's Suez Canal policy (V Wb ** or not the President looked upon ? veJ5?ft*ft? f Sir An,h ny'* views as PrTmfM | hlS u ang ; y reaCti0n to ,he former Prime Minister has done a grave disservice to the American Jewish community. FiJlL a P r t S8 I COnferen< in Washington. Mr. Eisenhower hotly justified his 1956 stand with ma? Ml have intended it oe'.uch. but hfs com SSL 1 "-?*. 0 18 rehash of anti-Semitic s.erJo1>pes with respect to the "Jewish vote'' „ oo 7 • ntied Jewish A PP eal launches its 22nd na honwide campaign in Miami Beach this weekend. We welcome the UJA to our community. 'r, !" :Th r C n u Ven,i0n Comes at a ,ime when once again Jewish sovereignty in Israel is being put to severe test-the k.nd of test that takes its a^^^^^^^-^^br w£*?J!2 !" A ,he *** 'sk of mocommunity effort in APPEALING TO THE COURT %  o JSSff^JSSg regulation^?? "*?* ST by. m civil t.ses. the coun mav^^f-r k b *" 1 nud wh r e Pleadings and judgment ml\Z L ,he *•• %  ?o wbmil wruten are certain tribunaTs whole decisions !" w ,tl '" *•**>& %  ^ere Cur,. To give one example. £d ierl So hZ'JS? i i **'* may appeal to a tribunal comoosert of a ?, re { U8 *d Pensions doctors. If the soldier SyLK !" C -*"> i ud !-" d two and there is a point of law SSS.TJS ISST^?&£ the Court of Cassa.J,„ Con tant.nnni w' hcrc W **^*PV the Privy Council in London Th k -n P '" ,""' dajs f ^ Otkh Ithat thorn c....... „ n "• Kaesset of Israel was of the opinion c a^=^?£SS= m&sssfts valid rather than an 'i^*^"^* J^ish life to ^^T^.^. Ameri "n impuqnina the atnte. Z lsraei w "hout %  '""" u neeas when £S2 &r S,0te A — ~m. o, We G,eo,e r „, omi a fruitful session here. in wishing the UJA MOeas corpus, against Government !" a ? Us or Prohibition or .* "'" Iv u,IKh "PPeen to be ac.m.. 1 lclal or "8 ains "X public .'*the citizens safeguard agams? .h 7 ,0 '" W 0r arbitrarily. Thi The Preside* of th'e SH^l^^I^'^.^* '" ShorM c free from the intervention of thf Respect for Law Can Enforce Peace in Mid-East The lni 00 r.i„„u_: ., mu*l ^a^^^^^? Ea8 V !" world opinion lays down the law ST" ^ angry gun shots barkina arroac hUl i-ocent men and wornen'Sd^ 6 "0 ^ lion, our Sla,e D.^'Sl\„" W,S '" <""" ^^^^ i XZM tl 7J^Lit s uff down • %  *• 4 acts scrut,ni,ed by ,he High SI a .^ ^^ "^ ta th ^ avont.sm. 0 have ni f^ Cour tan d if hey .re found to have shown zen h,s riKhIs wuho Je r J"ridictin. to have refused a citi;' r " '* '. hl wiurn day 0 that the n^Jn K,e J ud *A fortnight later will bf *"•; h.m ui„,, ; o S p w,th0u y delay, may have justice o fu-ials P | ay in h ns '"ers what an enormous role Cover*. i a F d .h Kr, a the need f~ nary ,srael dfc n wl "* guard his nter) .. N newl 'or a High Court to watch over and I he Righ C., un nl ...., ._ ''' '^ Ecclesiastic,! Court* J ^! C,ted upon n b >' *• U courts h ,:, m ,he "'•'<<• to til Sr'a rM8 n for thl U historical and ;"'" '"*" *xience m v T ln, n| "'^ how these tr.bun.U nd how w, n ^JT"ho h*V were given new life '"" '' %  Tt '<' M.KI „?, h T V m nd '"wt. they were taken over %  I „.._ have thai. .>. ._ L (heir seehas I



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Friday. February 5. 1960 twisUkxrldkim Patients Move To New Mt. Sinai Pago 11-B now Mi Sinai Hospital of r Miami, dedicated j n the oi December, is now a MISS tACNU SCMUMWirZ June Wedding For Betrothed Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sehurowitz. of 1800 SW 87th ct., announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel, to Michael Cannon. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jrving Cannon, 339 Catalonia ave., (oral Gables. Misss Schurowitz is a graduate of Miami Senior High School, where she was a majorette and a member of Sigma Delta Phi sorority. Mr. Cannon is a graduate of CoralGables High School, and attended the University of Miami. He is known for his outstanding howling. The couple will be married June 26 at the Mont mart re hotel. The Great middle reality. A total of 218 patients were moved from the old hospital site last Friday. The moving job, completed at exactly 1:29 p.m.. required five nours and 28 minutes, and was performed with the assistance of five ambulances. According to hospital officials, patients were moved without in ndent. Included in the task were 16 infants. On hand war* physicians and nurs.s to assort a minimum of discomfort to patianls. included among whom woro a numbor of cardiac cases. Also making the move was the Rinding Brothers trapeze performer, who fell from his high wire act last week at Miami Beach Auditorium, as well as a circus attendant who deliberately stood be Britain Chlfkf low the performer to break his' W fall. As a perfect beginning to the new Mt. Sinai Hospital, a baby was delivered in the hospital's maternity wing at 11:13 a.m.. some two hours before the moving operation to the facility on Collins Island was completed. Nurses move one of 16 infants and 218 adult patients to the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. Rabbi to Visit Chief Rabbi of Great Britain Dr. Israel Brodie and MTS. Brodie will be guests of honor at a cocktail party Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Schwartz, 3606 Prairie ave. JNF Luncheon For Attorneys Born in Nowcastlo-on-Tyno in 1885, Dr. Brodie has served as chaplain to the British Armed Forces during two world wars, and was a spiritual leader in Melbourne, Australia from 1922 to 1937. Ho lectured in homiletics at Jaws' College in London from 1939 to 1948. Dr. Irving Lebrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El and Jewish National Fund Foundation chairman, announces a JNF-sponsored luncheon forattorneys of Mn h„TT„, .,T ? ommun,ty Schwartz home during their stay can be a most vital instrument in > hcre Dr Brodie is on a six week assisting and furthering the deJ^ £,£^^ting' *o m a velopmcnt of Jsrael," said Dr.; re?ent j]|,„,. s %  !" %  Lehrman. "Through wills and be-| While here! he will be honored '" C H S „,K lon S" e I ? ,ec ,< ** st cguest at services of Beth Israel lands and barren hills of the young [Congregation. Rabbi H. Louis Rott country c*n be brought back to life | man spiritual leader. The Tues Academy Students Rate High Results of the recent Florida state-wide ninth grade examinations program administered to stu dents of the Hebrew Academy were revealed by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, at a meeting of the board of directors last Sunday Tests are given annually to all ninth grade students throughout the state by Florida State Univer sity. The comparative results show that the Academy's ninth graders as a group are rated between the 90th and 99th percent.le as an overall average. This also indi cates that Academy students rank in the top seven or eight percent of all ninth graders in this or any other state, Rabbi Gross explainer! Monticello Tells Unique Plan "mohrfc^lfo P H r k "CTrhgregation announce'! Wednesday that Slotter Construction Corp. has been contracted to erect its new synagogue and school buildings on the congregation's present site. 163rd st. and 11th ave.. No. Miami Beach. The -building will not exceed $325,000. and will contain a synagogue seating 1.400 worshippers, daily chapel for 100 worshippers, kitchen, stage, choir room, and rabbi's study. Tho school building will have 16 classrooms, youth synagogue, library, and administrative offices. The sanctuary will be both air-conditioned and heated. Construction will beqin within 30 days, and completion date is set for August. Meanwhile, the weekend of Mar. 26 was announced Wednesday as the date for Monticello Park's celebration of its 20th anniversary and installation of Rabbi Max Lipschitz. The function will be held at the Deauville hotel. Rabbi Moses Lehrman. father of Mrs. Ltpschitz, holds a pulpit in Detroit, Mich., and will install his 6on inlaw. He is the brother of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El. Journal will be published in connection with the celebration. Milford Levine and Murray Greene head the committee. and fertility." Purpose of the luncheon is to acquaint attorneys here with the work and goals of Jewish National Fund and to apprise them of how they can be oi service to Israel and its people. Dr. Lehrman declared. clay afternoon cocktail gins at 3:30 p.m. party beMISS roBit mas Mills, Levinson In Summer Rites Critic to Address Forum Saturday Barnes Shefner will be guest speaker at the weekly meeting of the Yivo Forum on Saturday evening at Miami Beach Public School, 1420 Washington ave Shefner is a noted journalist and critic. He is author of an extensive Campers Win Awards Here Camp .Universe held its annual reunion at the home of the directors. Mr. and Mrs. MacMermcll. 70 Samana dr. Some 200 guests were entertain ed by Howard Brooks, local magician. Awards were made to "outstand ing campers'' Douglas Kahn and Karen Miller* The following campers received warm-up jackets as members of the Honor Society: Billy Aaron. Steven Freedman USY Discussion Group Temple Emanu-El United Syoa gogue Youth chapter will hold a meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Sun a) to be followed by a discussion on "Religion in the Public School-. led by Rabbi Bernard A. Mussman. director of education at the Tern pie religious school. On Sunday morning, instead of the ususl %  cekh service and breakfast, the group will attend a breakfast and regional conclave at Temnlc Z.on Wrestlers Square Off Saturday Two of the most publicized wrestlers will square off in the top (vent of a four-card program in Miami Stadium Saturday night. Argentina Kocca goes again -t Dick the Bruiser, in the main event, a ihree fall, W-minute hou'. In the evening*! co-feature, midget I'ecuee .lames and woman wrestler Dot Dotson arc pitted sga midget Panchoz and Sylvia To;res. Also on the agenda if a t iree %  tall, t.Sminute hunt Ihut sends Don Curtis ar.ain.-t Hike De B.as. • Rounding out the program is a 30minute one fSUi i -ending I Bernandei against Bury L< work on Sholem Ale.chem and as-ocia.e editor of the Jewish Daily Kano> SuMn Ra £ Rwheiu £,,.. Forward. Shefner will discuss "Place of %  I. L. Peretl in Yiddish Literature." Yivo Forum is a weekly presen i tation of the Greater Miami Yivo i Committee. Summer wedding plans are being made by Tobie Ann Mills and Edward Ellis Levinson. whose engagement is announced by her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills, 1650 Daytonia rd., Miami Beach. Miss Mills, was. graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. Her fiance attended Miami High s >hool, received his undergraduate Community Concert Assn. pre •icgree from the University of Migets the National Symphony^Or"iu and is currently a Bachelor chestra of Washington, D. C. on of Laws degree candidate at LM.i Saturday PV ening at the Dade A member of Phi Alpha Delta [county Auditorium, law fraternity, he is the son of Mr. Lo r j„ Hollander, piano Nat'l Symphony Slated Saturday ner, David Mermell. Steven Mcr mell, Debra Mermell, Karen Miller, Paul Miller, Blanche Nussbaum, Joel Wolpe and Larry Weitzner. Rachelle Lerner was the winner of a transistor radio, and Joel Wolpe, runner-up, received a football as his prize. LOS CHAYALES de ESPANA With LUIS TAMAYO and ALBERTO ROCHI Featuring INKS DC JUAN and JOSE LOPEZ KING ARTHUR'S COURT MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • tUSS • TU 8-4521 DOG RACING TONIGHT i'nd Mrs. Newton Levinson, Shore dr. West, Bay' Heights. 125 Beth Emeth Sisterhood Beth Emeth Sisterhood was to meet Thursday evening for a program honoring Tu B'Shevat. Guest speaker was to be Mrs. Jack Israel, member of the board of the Na ""nal Women's League, in a talk on "Torah Fund." soloist. will join Howard Mitchell, conductor, in a program featuring the Saint Sacr.s Concerto No. 2 in G minor for piano and orchestra. Opening the program will be Overture to "School for Scandal." by Barber, and Suite for Horns, [•'lutes. English Horn and Strings, by Purcell-Barbirolli. Major work following the inter mission will be Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 in A major, op. 92. magnificent MOW' NIGHTLY POST TIME 7:45 AttllYATIQMi iiwiiiWltRi uwtsttu • IIUIWNI mil On tin Cjddd [Rite • All-Weather Protection • Glass Enclosed Grandstand • Air-Conditioned Clubhouse • Terraced Dining Room t • 5,500 Individual Seats MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club FIRST RACE 8:15 EM. phone )l 1-0348 MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club 1 "l (-OI.LIN!. WIMI. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA



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Page cc IN AU Ti > AI KN'I'S \\ h yi.uiii AMI. .Ml AM da> '>' |n< %  -i iChapU LAKU with i MIA U 0( I%  < holder tSth '• i.. be tar) :, t'on del ill r lurid luii"ii So State go III requli plied It h. lit i I < ( IN A TO EXT \\l FLO AMI. .MIA da; Incol < ii.i I LAN with MIA ..! I hold l".'tli ,.. i, tary ;. >'' der KI..1lUlic Ni Btal folE reqi j.ii.-. Page 2-B *JeistFkrklten Friday, February 5 TQ i:> \ Fl A A Ml da llt< h I..' wi HI ..1 ho 2 • to ta H de ri in Bl g< 1 • pl 'My Favorite Recipe' Begins Today Women's Section of The Jewish Floridian begins its "My Favorite Recipe'' feature today. Each week, .favorite recipes of women throughout the Greater Miami area will be published, together with a thumbnail sketch of their activities. Watch for this column. Mrs. Max (Sylvia l Granada blvd., has Sponge Grin recipe. Oeakter, 4i a favorite Mrs. Deakter. active with Women's American ORT. has two children. Natalie Ann. who attends Ponce de Leon Junior High School, and Michael Allan, a student at the Hebrew Academy. Mrs. Deak ter's recipe calls for: SPONGE CAKE lMi cups cake flour Vi cups sugar 10 eggs Juice of H lemon Pinch salt Sift flour three times. Separate eggs, beat whites with pinch of salt, until very fluffy but not stiff. Beat yolks, adding sugar gradually, until batter is stiff and pale lemon-colored, then add lemon juice and mix thoroughly. Fold in sifted flour gradually with broad spatula, then fold in egg whites until thoroughly blended. (Do not beat.) Pour into ungreased tube pan 9-inch, bake for 50 minutes at "25 deg. Invert on top of gingerale bottle until cold. Remove from pan by loosening all around with long %  patula or saw knife. bowl, heat egg vigorously wit* rotary beater for 1 or 2 minutes Beal in malted butter, then mfli an.1 pineapple iimfStir in raisinand crushed pineapple Add siflec dry Ingredients all at once. Mix only until moistened. Fill grease muffin pan about 2/3 full. Bab in hot oven < 400 deg.) 20 to 2.1 minutes. MKS. DtAKTtK MRS. CATSMAN cil of Jewish Women, Mrs. Catsman has two favorite recipes. ORANGE BISCUITS cups flour tsp. baking powder tsp salt tblesp sugar cup milk or ordhge juice 3 tblsp shortening 1 egg. lightly beaten small sugar cubes Juice of one orange Rind of one orange Sift dry ingredients into bowl. Study Course For Local PTA's Has your local PTA unit oper ated creatively and effect ivelduring the year? Have your pro grams for your regular meeting' improved' Have you found ways of securing good PTA leaders? A study course on "Guide to Self Study" will be held Wednesday 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., by the Dade County Council of Parent Teacher Assns. at the Miami Woman's Club. 1737 N. Bayshore dr. Local PTA units may receive study course credit for five members in attendance for the full time. Dr. W. T. Edwards, president of District 3 of the Florida Congress of Parents and Teachers, and pro fessor of education at Florida State Mrs. Bernard Michelson, sitting past chief of Pythian Sisters I Roosevelt Temple 33, presents a $1,000 check to Gilbert N. Wagener, physicist at the Cancer Institute of Miami. Funds %  will be used to purchase machinery for the Instrument Devel-L opment Laboratory at the Institute. To date, Pythian Sisters have contributed more than $4,000 for equipment needed in the Instrument Laboratory. Sinai Auxiliary **•'• ckootar • **• Meeting Friday Make a well or depression in them. University, is the author of the Add milk shortening and egg. Stir | "Guide," and will be the instruc lightly but thoroughly with fork, tor for the study course. Turn out on well-floured board andl A buffet luncheon will be served. pat to "2 inch thickness. Cut into and reservations are to be made rounds. Soak sugar cube briefly in \ by area coordinators with Mrs. W. '" meet Friday. 10:30 a.m.. in the Board members of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital el. ind Shalom chapter of B'nai BY -C1M Women will meet Tuesday, 81 nd p.m., at the Cutler Ridge pp;ilso Center. Mrs. David (Elinor) lives with her attorney r.nd two children at 250 E. San Marino dr. Ellen. 13. attends Nautilus School. Julie. 9, is a student at North Beach Elementary School. Mrs. Catsman's favorite hobby is polf. But she is also active in numerous civic and defense organizations, playing a major role as chairman of the program committee of the Greater Miami chapter, American Jewish Committee. Husband David is a trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital and on the board of Jewish Family and Children's Service. Also active in the National Counorange juice, place on biscuit. Catsman j P ress '"g gently. Sprinkle with grathusband cd or ange rind. Bake in 450 deg. oven 10 to 15 minutes. RAISIN-PINEAPPLE MUFFINS 2 cups flour (sifted) 4 tsp baking powder 1 tsp salt 1/3 cup sugar 1 H Mi v 4 1 C. Spitzer by Friday. egg cup butter (melted) cup milk cup pineapple juice cup seedless raisings cup crushed pineapple, drained Sift together flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. In mixing NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT JUST HEAT "N" EAT ilOTJUtDB Cheese Ravioli IN SAUCE \ luncheon Card Party Luncheon and card party of Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew Congregation will be held Wednesday noon at the congregation. Sponsors are Mrs. Theresa Brand and Mrs. Pe ter Duchon, who celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary Feb. 3 Assisting at the luncheon will be Mrs. Harry Hart. Mrs. Esther Solomon. Mrs. Archie Coulton. Mrs. Anne Gordon, and Mrs. Dora Heiman. Sunshine Chapter Meeting Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'n:h Women will hold its regular meet ing Tuesday, 1 p.m.. at First Fed eral Savings and Loan Assn., 900 NE 125th st.. N. Miami. auditorium of the new hospita Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz. president, will conduct the business portion of the meeting. Mrs. William H Bernstein, chair man of education, has arranged the program, which will feature Dr. Leon Manheimer in a talk, "Cancer Clinic of Mt. Sinai." For the Hvsi in Honpy Cmkum HOLLAND HONEY CAKES Also Available Without Salt. HWLAND HONEY CAKE CO. Holland, Michigan TETLEY TEA £*£ A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 In Miami it's FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES for Home Delivery Phone FR 4-2621 The great name in dairy product, FRANK j. HOLT, M.n.o., ARISTOCRATIC j)Sllt| GEFILTE FISH HAS ITS TASTY PL ACT ON YOUt "WANT-TO-FIEASE" MINUS It's Horowitz-Margareten, of course, who brings you this aristocratic delicacy. Gciiltc fish made with choice PIKE and WHITE FISH exclusively from cool Northern lakes.. .blended tradition} ally with the other wholesome ingredients of home-made gcfilte fish. 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^Jewish Flaridian Volume 33 — Number 6 Combining 1HI JEWISH IMA? and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday, February 5, 1960 Two Sections — Price 20tf srael Urges UN Move Against Syria SEI PKTURI CTDRY .. PAGE 114 — &f United Jewish Appeal to Launch National Drive Here This Weekend This weekend sees the formal launching of the 1960 nationwide campaign of the United Jewish Appeal at the Fontainebleau hotel, where the UJA national inaugural conference comes to a climax at Sunday's campaign inaugural luncheon. The eyes of UJA-minded Jews throughout the nation will be focused on Miami Beach as the UJA opens its 22nd consecutive annual campaign. Some 300 of the country's outstanding UJA leaders and supporters are gathering here to k Mend the conference. They meet at a time when more than KJ.000 Jews overseas face needs as critical and as urgent Is at any time in recent history. Addressing the conference will be Israel's new Ambas sador fe the United States. Avr.ham Hirmm. Before %  taking up his present post, H.rm.n was a member of the [Jewish Agency Executive in Jeruslaem, and in close touch with the, large scale immigrant absorption problems whicn are at the cort of the I960 UJA campaign. Other speakers on Sunday will be Morris W. Berinstein, BJA general chairman, and Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman] hcecutive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. Max Orovitz, of Miami Beach, is chairman of thewiational ommittee which worked for the success of the conference. r"ith him on the committee are Sam Blank and Carl Weinkle. Blank is general chairman with Harold Thurman of the "i Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami. "We are most privileged to have Ambassador Harman ith us at this conference," Berin-*— pin declared. "He will report on problems that press on Israel's pie at a time when one of the important UJA drives of rcent years is to be launched." Berinstein noted that the 1960 ampaign opens "when American rws must take the opportunity Jat exists to fulfill the promise a new start in life to immigrants Israel which was implied in ringing them there. We must tep that promise by speeding the rocesses of absorption, so that kose immigrants not yet integrainto Israel's life, and not yet 'sufficient, may achieve these Ws." Hints Further Force Unless Truce Group Gears Troops From Neutral Border Zone B-G Threatens Israel Campaign If UN Drags Feet Truman Will Address Bonds' Opener in Honor of Gen. Dayan Former President Harry S. Truman will address the conference 'in Miami Beach to mark the opening of the campaign for the sale of $75,873,550 in Israel Bonds during 1960 for the economic development of Israel. Truman will be a special guest at the 1960 inaugural conference for Israel Bonds, which will be held at the Fontainebleau hotel Feb. 25 to 28. Ike Answers Eden Charge; Declares He Warned Eban WASHlNGTON-(JTA>-President Eisenhower told a press conference this week he warned Abba Eban, former Israel Ambassador to the United States, in October, 1956 of what the American response would be if Israel took military action in the Suez crisis. Commenting on the reminiscen* — ces of British ex Premier Anthony ed on him. He informed Eban that Eden, President Eisenhower said j he hoped -Eban's judgment would that early in October, just before not be swayed by misinterpreta the Sinai Suez eruption, Eban call | tion of what the United States re sponse to Israeli action would be or by ideas of "possible Jewish sympathy" in America to Israeli mobilization and the then ap proaching U. S. national election. He said he informed Ambassador Eban that if he, Eban, thought of influence of the elections on J White House decision, he had better disabuse his mind of it. JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—Israel moved Tuesday both here and at the United Nations in New York to prod UN officials into action to ensure the complete evacuation of Syria from the demilitarized zone southeast of Lake Tiberias which was the scene of a savage four-day-long battle. The Israel Foreign Ministry in%  structcd Joseph Tekoah, acting! permanent heal of the Israel delegation at the UN. to submit a formal request for ;uch action, and a similar demand was conveyed here to Gen. Carl C. Von Horn, chief of the UN Truce Supervision Organization in Jerusalem. The request included a demand that the UN should act also to assure no future Syrian incursions. Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, met Monday night with Ogden Reid, United States Ambassador to Israel, who sought information on new developments in the Beit Katxir area where the fighting took place end on their background, "wall as on Israel policy and plans for any future action. Israel sources described t h < Meir-Reid talks as an "informs tion" meeting aimed at providing Reid with data for his report to the U. S. State Department. Diplomats from various countries called on top level foreign ministry officials for information on the Israel-Syrian clashes. The request to the UN here was placed before Cm. Von Horn by Avraham Biran, head of the Foreign Ministry's Armistice Division. According to a Foreign Ministry communique, Mr. Biran asked Gen. Von Continued on Page 2-A JERUSALEM— (JTA) — Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion told the Knesset Monday that as long as the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization finds itself unable to "chase" the Syrians out of Israeli territory. Israel will have no choice but to use force. Ben-Gurion made the statement after the Communist and Herut party members in the Knesset filed resolutions calling for a debate on the latest outbreaks of fighting along the Syrian border. "If we have no other choice for the safeguarding of the lives of our watchmen-and workers," said the Prime Minister, "we shall have to resort to the use of force—as long %  a the United Nations is unable to chase the Syrians off." The Prime Minister added that Israel will continue, in the future, to permit the rightful Arab Continued on Page 2-A The President said he telephoned Eden and Churchill en the Sues matter Continued en Page 3 A Military Base Wiped Out; Three Dead, Seven Hurt TEL AVIV—


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feje Friday* fnbiucny 5, 1S60 -JmUtifhridbn German Ignorance of Past Contagious and Growing Pag 5-A religion." Only when this happened can Germ ay be said to have fully recovered. The prospect for the future is ominous because the present generation of adults is far from having resolved its relationship with the past. German adults were polled two years ago on the question "What do you think of Hitler?" Some 45 percent of the West Germans thought he would be considered one of the world's greatest statesmen bad it not been for the war. A booklet written for the guidance of German teachers says: "We have not yet succeeded in determining our present location in relation to previous Germany history. Above all, broad segments of the population have not yet reached unanimity in their judgment of National Socialism and the resistance movement." Early this year, an AJC representative met for more than an hour with President Theodor Heuss. In a letter summarizing the discussion, the German President declared: "Aft far at I can judge, the young people of Germany are but slightly Interested in the •vents of recent decades which they have known only as children. It is our task to inculcate [within them a spirit of equal respect for all men as fellow human tings regardless of race or relion." President Heuss gave his asirances to the Committee that would call a conference of inisters of education to considthe problem of anti-Semitism Germany as "one of the chief bjects of its deliberations." He rther stated that the matter jlhould be dealt with directly irough the education of the Germ youth. (This summer. Dr. John Slawi, AJC executive vice presi nt, and Zachariah Shuster, ad of AJC's European office. ,r,..''„ C Ii" U ,V *""' l?* 0 trn rh %  **•< %  i Jet** PloTidiarx leZsh Cn„J!?"" m !*$! ""*"""' '" ""*> h the Amcncan Jewish Commute* in in Committee Reporter." ———— i i n ian—imiM m I visited Germany and met with a number of West German government, educational, political leaders, and social scientists. The meetings explored the problem of education of German youth. Particular emphasis was placed on the importance of utilizing human relations principles and techniques in the development of new educational curricula as well as on the issue of dealing more fully and effectively with Germany's recent past.) Reliving the Past The irony of the present situation is that the real threat does not stem from isolated outbursts of anti-Semitism and neo-Nazism. These are overt manifestations of trouble which in their early stages can be and are dealt with directly. By far the great danger lies in the "collective repression" of responsibility and the failure to determine what the German booklet quoted above calls "our present location in relation to previous German history." For it is well known that the "return of the repressed" can be as virulent as the original horror which has been pushed into the lower regions of consciousness. While the economic sun smiles on Germany, the danger of reversion to Nesism or to corresponding atrocities is comparatively small. Yet should the line Jn the greph fail, the German people may again come cleee to reliving their pest. Apart from these admittedly extreme possibilities, there exists GOLFERS )VE YOUR GAME lANDMADE GOLF CLUBS tmihionti to fit Tear Bail a", Sw'ntf ami Capabilities F;KEST WORKMANSHIP fee ere cordially l*vlf*4 fe come in end see hew these fine chihs ere Mode. fWWI %  • COtAl GAMS Dr. Williams Due At Friday Service Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president and director of commu nity affairs, University of Miami, will be guest speaker at late Friday night services of Miami Hebrew Congregation. Dr. Williams is chairman of the university scholarship committee, and for the past 11 years has helped hundreds of University of Miami students with financial problems. Dr. Williams will speak on "The Purposes of Higher Education." 3 ARTS THEATRE 342 Aragon Avenue PRESENTS "CALENDAR SHOW" A MUSICAL REVUE February 4 to 6 and February 11 to 13 830 P.M. TKKITS SI. Highland 5 3*7* Complete and Dependable THh Service M IAMI TITLE & Qktract Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADS COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Tide mserence Pnliciet •! Kansas City Title IniMreect Ce. Capital, Surplus t Reserves ficeee (5,000,000 124 end 12f SHORflANft ARCAOf TflEPHONI Ft 9-1191 '* l10 Known At IN jmrt 1W Security Trmt Company Bldg ) the day-to-day problem of group living with group, nation with nation. If awareness as to what anti-Semitism and neo-Nazism could bring in their wake is at a low ebb, then equally low is the resistance to anti-Semitic incidents, cemetery desecrations, vandalism. For if people have forgotten the horrible price they had to pay for former extremism, they are more likely to be receptive to new invitations to violence, more tolerant of Nazis in high places, less vigilant for their freedom. True, there are people in West Germany who realize this and who understand that the future will never be secure unless the past is avowed. They make speeches, write newspaper articles, produce films, conscientiously try to get across to their fellow citizens a firm, concrete realization of what is happening. The success in Germany of the play, "The Diary of Anne Frank," seems to indicate that many West Germans are concerned with their past. Yet, the difficulties, as shown in the recent television interviews and other surveys, continue to exist, and the trouble with ignorance is that it is contagious and grows. 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Page 10-B +Je*isfifkrkfton Friday, February 5, 1960 4 Miss Kaplan Will Wed Physician Dr. and Mrs. Saul H. Kaplan, of 3724 Pine Tree dr., announce the 'engagement of their daughter. Dorlene Verna, to Dr. Ronald Wiljlam Shane, m TTT Mr: 3nd "Mrs. Isadore Shane, 1015 13th st. Miss Kaplan graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School, where she was a member of National Honor Society. She will • graduate from the University of n 1 Miami in February with a Bachi elor of Science degree in chemis \ try. Dr. Shane graduated cum laudc | from Muhlenberg College, where I he was secretary of Student Govi* ernment and captain of the tennis^ team. He was a member of ODlT"' Surgeons Meet on Beach The Clinical Congresa of Abdom' inal Surgeons is being held at the j Deauville hotel this week. More : than 1.000 surgeons, with their I wives and families, are attending | the meeting. Dr. Leon Mannheimer, Miami Beach" sufgeonTis chairman 6f the I congress. Werner K;ihn MRS. SHtRMAN lOWf Wi'iniT Kuhn MRS MARVIN COHtN Cohen, Schwam Exchange Vows Miss Elaine Schwam and Marvin Cohen exchanged wedding vows at Temple Zion on Sunday, Jan. 31. Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiated at the noon rites. Tfre bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schwam, 2781 SW 84!h ct.. Miami. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Cohen. Norwich, Conn. Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Hose Meyer. Eli Gold-; smith was best man. The bride chose a waltz-length chantilly lace gown featuring short ; slee%ei and a finger-tip length veil She carried orchids on a prayer book. Steiner, Lowe Exchange Vows Joyce Ivy Steiner became Mrs. Sherman Lowe in noon vows Sunday, Jan. 31. at the Dunes motel. Ratbi Max Lipschitz officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Steiner. 1498 NEl 37C1h st.. No. Miami Beach. The I gram is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 M. Lowe. Worcester. Mass. Majd of honor was Miss Susan Lowe. Mill Etta Bea Steiner acted I as bridesmaid. Chick Steiner was best man. Fcr her wedding, the bride chose a white chiffon and lace gown. She earned a Bible covered with breath of spring orchids. Newly wed Mrs. Lowe graduated frcm Miami Beach High School and attended Boston, Long Island, and Miami Universities. Her husband received his degree from Boston University, and a Master's at Lehigh University. Ailer a honeymoon in Nassau, resident of his class and vice president of Phi Beta Pi medical fraternity. Dr. Shane interned at Duval County Medical Center in Jacksonville, and is now a resident physician in internal medicine at Mt. Sinai Hospital. ROOM AND BOARD FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE STRICUY KOSHIR. RIASONAllE HATES. Warm Atmoiph.ro — Car S.rvic. MRS. H. IEVIN IMS EUCUD AVE: Jf 1-3741 ROOMS FOR RENT WITH PRIVILEGES Convenient to 3 Bus Lint* 1612 SW. 11 Hi St. Ft 9-6324 "MfCO SURFACE SEAL'' Tho ORIGINAL Block Migic Coiling for Bituminoui Piv.d Dnviwifl ft Parking Areas. Seals Out Gasoline & Oil -Beaut.ties! Sold and Applied by Maintenance Products Co. 220 N.W 127th Street North Miimi MUrray 5-3216 Only GUEST Flies to EUROPE Directly from Miami. Visit Europe's Most Interesting and Exciting Cities on GUEST Extra Cities Bonus Plan. Fly to TEL AVIV via GUEST "Route of the Sun" for Only $934.20 ECONOMY CUSS ROUND TRIP PtUS Guest Extra Cities Bonus. See as many as 20 Extra Cities at no additional cost. HAHWITHY0UR6UEJTAQENTI GuMt Aerovias Mexico. 301 S.E. Second St.. Miami. Fla. Fit E E. Please sand me tolders on your Sunand-Fun Holidays. Mr./Mrs./Miss • ^^ Add ita City My t'avel agent ij -State. I SAS. lM*B*j Airkw, Splm, %  *„ General Salts Af* Work**


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Page 8-A Jfe*/5f>/fcr*to*7_ Friday. F ORGANIZATIONS MASS TO GIVE VO They Pledge Their Manpower To Humanitarian CJA Causes Greater Miami's B'nai B'rith Lodges, 2,000 Strong, Behind Vital Fund Drive BIGGEST CORPS OF CJA campaigners for General Solicitation was announced by In ins Srhatzman islanding second left), president of Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith. Others are (left to right) Jacob Labovitz, co-chairman: Herb lliken. president-elect; Irvi: Schenker and Ken I.cvine, co-chairmen. Seated arc chairmen Max Friedman and Jacob Specter. Workers enrolled are l.oins Summers. Aaron Ehrlichman, Harry Halpcrn, Allrcd Aden. Sol S Goldstrom, Max Hi; lit. Mrs Rcuoen Goldstein, Isidore Ruopcrt. Jack M Fink. Isadore Rodman. David Krasno. Israel Cohen. Jack Adeff. Mayer Rogul, Mrs. J. Das is. George Burkin. Julius Nashman and Morris Yochelson. STANLEY L COHEN (cenler). president of North Dade Jewish Center, has appointed Dr Abraham B Pemslcr (left) chairman and Mrs Pemsler co chairman of the CJ\ General Soliciation effort in their communily. "North Dade Jewish (enter will mobilize its membership to assume its share of the responsibility." said Cohen. -' z* NORTH SHORE LODGE of B'nai B'rith pledged its assis lance to the I960 CJA by appointing volunteers. Shown are (left to right) Jules R. Israel, president; Morris Rossein. chairman; and Jack Wilson, president-elect and co-chairman of General Solicitation. Members enrolled are Morris Minov Nate Glickman. Will Loewenberg. Abe Appel. Ben Toby I'hil Thau. Larry I.ipkin, Murray Weill. Sam Rosenthal! David Reimwald, Richard Bergman, Frank Gordon and Monis Wist. SHOLEM LODGE, oldest B'nai B'rith lodge n Greater Miami, will be working in the couniywtde _JA General Solicitation drive, xhown at a planning meeting are (left to right) Saul Blake, Martin Budnick, chair man. Myron Gold. Marvin Pearlman and Al lied Kreisler. Standing is Harry Goodman.Members enrolled are Sidney H. Palmer. Ed Klein. Martin W. Palmer. Max Sharoif.Sanford Swerdlin. Sam Sthindler, LouiFriedman, Sam Friedman. Leo Axlrod. Bernard Liberman. Richard Horwich and JuliuStrassman. EfftathPr L0 DGI I '; f B n;,i B ri,h adds iis man powei to the Combined Jewish Appeal Ix>ft to riah are Stan Goldberg, co-chairman Al i; „ I !" presidwt, and Bill Mars, co-chairman 8 THEODORE (TED) H. ROBINSON, (left) a chartei member ol Hialeah Lodge, B'nai B'rith will serve as chairman ol the 1960 General Solicitation for CJA mb,. community With h,m are Frank Kershner, ejrsoiiriiauoT 1 "" r,,w,u •* %  %  r {? N ," D ?, ari KT( M ln '>." th*es* Coral Gables B nai B nth leaders agree, pledging mem i>erpouer to the upcoming General Solicitation A.I,,! 1 "''' s '"" N,, 'l*rg. lodge pre-i'l, Art I adrtor and Jerry Robinson, CJA co-chairmen. MIAMI BEACH LODGE, B'nai B'rith leaders who will dine the General Solicitation in tha' area are (rear) Jacob Labovitz CJA co-chairman, and Ir\ in Schatzman, lodge president. shown with Max Friedman, CJA chairman. are Jack Wasserman, lodge president and Tack Knb 7. Ii roa surer Seated WKSSSSP are s&jsrtussa %  ;* w iu — n CJA co-chairmen Kenneth BermLn .^^ na ^ C JJ ta J-J !" ^ Stern, lodge totnan



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Friday. February 5. 1960 Jwlsii ArMtai Cardiac Hospital Announces Plans Here For New 200-Bed Structure in 1960 Page 5-B I'lnni f"* new h ytf riiii fr-anJ new location for Miami's National (hildren's Cardiac Hospital were .nnounced Saturday night at the Diamond Jubilee benefit dinner dance at the Fontainebleau hotel. Richard I. Berenson, president of the hospital, outlined the need lor a 200-bed structure, and introduced Lee Ratner and Arthur Desscr, who will serve as co-chairmen of a campaign destined to raise in excess of two and a quarter million dollars to aid in the fight against the nation's number one killer of young children. We hope that actual construction on tha first phase of tha program will got undor way during I960," statad Beremon, "and we certainly are gratified with the immediate response wa have received, both in tho form of checks and pledges. The sum already in hand is substantial, but I cannot over-stress tho need." Farband Meet Wednesday Eve Farband. Ben Gurion Branch. -Mill meet Wednesday evening at Beth El Congregation. Irving M. Sachs, president, will conduct the business session. Dr. Isaac I'nterman will discuss his latest book, "Light Amid Darkre --" Bernard Furman and Emanuel Burstein will discuss current events. Social hour follows under the direction of Mesdames Rebecca Ishlon and Sam Kopkind.. Tihreih Israel Luncheon Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will hold a luncheon and card party at the Center, 6500 N. Miami ave., on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. Hostesses ir the affair are Mrs. Sarah Jarlow. Mrs. Pearl Kant, Mrs. Sheila Wcinstock and Mrs. Nettie Sklar. Donee Saturday Evening Hance. including show and cocktail*. i> being given by the B'nai B'nth Social Singles on Saturday evening at the Sorrento hotel. SO* ^oahJ with a Flair.., THB CBEAUVILLE Complete Catering Facilities for that Special Party 9er\c.l in an elegant fashion within a luxurioua setting that will rrfleel your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES Tete-a-tete or a gala •'"•Miration itli 3,500j guests. BILL 'COLORING^ CAintiNO tot DMCtC SupsrvHed Rathe. Catering Available PHONE: UN 5-851 { QNTHI0C!AN67thT0 69thHS MIAMI BEACH NatieaeJ Children's Cardiac Hospital's new'structure is to be built on a four-acre site, immediately adjacent to Jackson Memorial Hospital, and will greatly facilitate both treatment and research because of location in what is to become the metropolitan Medical Center, according to the co-chairmen. Althugh the new building will contain every modern facility, it will lose none of the "hominess" which its board of governors feels "is so essential to the successful conduct of an institution devoted to the care of needy child victims of rheumatic fever." Desser and Ratner pointed out that the hospital—a 100 percent charity institution—now takes children for resident care from five years up. Emphasis, when the new building is occupied, will be placed on facilities that will also provide for care and treatment from in-1 fancy. The diagnostic clinic, will i be enlarged and research facilities strengthened with an additional 25 beds available for this department alone. Tho board of governors and a committee of medical advisors have also under consideration the establishment of a Biological Institute for Experimental Medicine, which is expected to concentrate on various aspects of clinical cardiological research, both for adults and children. Paul Rimmeir and Leo Robinson were co-chairmen of this year's Jubilee, which featured a "This is Your Life" presentation, portraying the life story of one of the many patients of Cardiac Hospital who recovered from rheumatic fever and went on to live a useful and normal life. Jack Carter, comedian, and Paula Stewart, vocalist, together with Mai Malkin's orchestra, provided the entertainment for the guests. Architect'* proposed sketch of new buildinj for Notional ChUdren's Cardiac Hospital. Pioneer Women Plan Tu B'Shevat, Other Programs Mrs. Shirley Queen, president of Golda Meir Club, Pioneer Women, has called a meeting to be held Tuesday. 8 p.m.,'at Beth El Congregation. The meeting will commemorate Tu B'Shevat, with Dr. Abraham ; Kitzen as guest speaker. Dr. Kit, ren will discuss the significance of | the birth of trees and why the holiday is celebrated. Mrs. Esther Broun, chairman of Jewish National Fund for Gold Meir Club, is in charge of arrangements. Mesdames Sam Osipoff, Jack Victor and Isidor Gerstein will be hostesses during the social hour. • • • Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden, president of Beba Idelson Club, will meet with her members on Thursday. Feb. 11, 1 p.m., at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., Miami Beach. Mrs. Harry Yarnish. cultural chairman, is in charge of the program. • • • Kadimah chapter, Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, president, will hold a cultural meeting at the home of Mrs. Max Friedson, 1691 Nethia ave., Monday, 8 p.m. Mrs. Leo Goldman in charge. A regular meeting will be held on Thursday. Feb. 11, 8:15 p.m.. at Beth El. Mrs. Louis Silver, program chairman, has arranged for a "White Elephant" sale. Mrs. Teeny Deutsch and Mrs. Celia Se gal will be hosteses in honor of the recent marriage of their children. and Moses Meyer. Mrs. Segal has earmarked all proceeds for Moetzet Hapoalot. Pioneer Women throughout the country are at present conducting an intensive drive for new members, and many new clubs have been established. One of the newest locally is Elath Club of Miami Beach, which makes the eighth in the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women. Another opportunity for Kadimah members to earn donor credit is the "Covered Dish Supper" to be held Sunday. 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jry. February 5. 1960 +Je*lst>fk>r*ffan Page 3-B ied Programs Hadassah Imi Beach Hadaasah has a va[ program for its February Lncstis group will meet Mon15, at the Fh1almHm.il at 11:30 a.m. • • • rah group meets Monday, 18. at the home of Mrs. Jack 44G5 N. Bay rd. Board meet\t 10 a.m. will be followed by Ch snd general meeting at a.m. Guest speaker is Sam|. Kling, columnist of The .lew Tloridian. • • • ima Lazarus group will gathlonriay, Feb. 8. 12:30 p.m.. at kington Federal, Normandy Guest speaker is Leo Mindlitor of The Jewish Floridian. ram will also include commu [singing in celebration of JewMusic Month. hor group met Monday at the linebleau hotel. • • • I. Goodman group will gather Eesdajjr, Feb. 10, 8 p.m., at the rlona hotef. ia Sonesch group meeting is by, Feb. 8. at the Saxony hoVuru?h.js at noon. Eye Bank paid up membership party are {uled. Hirsh Howard, pianist. lichele Robilotto, tenor, will be heard. il group will meet Monday, 12:30 pjn.. at the Eden Roc Guest speaker will be Mrs. Geiger. Kay Harrison, vocal. also schedulod. Mrs. Robert Schwartz, vice president of public affairs for National Council of Jewish Women, and Dr. Samuel Gertman, director of the University of Miami gerontology clinic, discuss material used during the "It's Sooner Than You Think" meeting of Council on Wednesday. riety show by Flight Commander of Eastern Air Lines. Shalom* group meets Monday noon, Feb. 8, at Hibiscus Lodge. A film, "It's Good to be Alive," will be shown. Henrietta Szold group meets Monday, Feb. 8, 12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers hotel. A film, "The People of Israel," will be shown. Stephen S. Wise group meeting is Monday noon at the Deauville ti group meets Monday, Feb. noon at the Algiers hotel, ['speaker is Abraham GruniRMStapt vice president of.. ton Federal Savings and j n 0,eL Pr 8 r !" A'gnngnts "Lets Me will discuss "Life i Celebrate Tu B'Shevat — Festival eL" Also scheduled is a vaof Trees in Song and Story." —. %  • %  %  Peter Ehren 156 Biltmore Way ri y inc. Complete furnishings no charge for coordinating Cr estimating HI 4-4201 : Y ith Passover candies 1>3 It'a easy — and pleasant — for your organization to raise funds by selling America's most wanted Kosher-forPassover chocolates and baked delicacies. ror lull ilrlmiia itlua I trmttd brochure*. filing hint, tie., ttrilr PAH o.pt. jr. g| D.K.U, kwtnut g^Uya j, fl. y YOUR INCOME TAX JoE. MARQ content sy FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT AND RIALT MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART VSo^n IOPEN S A.M. to 7:30 P M.aMBJBjaj *—1 UA TOR 7th Avt. I 0S43 | PTA Chairmen Gather Monday Exceptional Child chairmen of Dade County Parent Teachers Assns. will meet at Edison Park Elementary School, 500 NW 67th st., Miami, on Monday at 9:30 a.m. Topic will be "Blind and Deaf Children in the Normal School Situation." Program is sponsored by the Dade County Council of PTA's, and Mrs. Forrest Bowen is Council's Exceptional Child chairman. Mrs. J. M. Hart, president, and Mrs. Doris Terry, Exceptional Child chairman of the Edison Park school, are in charge of the program. SEND SPECIAL PASSOVER CARE FOOD PARCELS TO ISRAEL THRU UNITED HIAS SERVICE • Non-profit ) • Kosher \ e Gov'f. Approved \ • Ration and Imx Free $12 Contains: Assorted Meats, Sugar, Cocoa, Chocolate. Vegetable Shortening, Nuts, Fruits. Olive Oil, etc. for delivery by Passover send orders and checks NOW TO UNITED HIAS SERVICE 425 LAFAYETTE ST. NEW YORK 3, N.Y. *" •lit *v Uw IK M ililji fc j***>' NO*'I N*l MaV AT rooo STOHIS iviav WHI 4*t*lUIIH' IN SILKEN NUBBY WEAVE Our Forever Young costume by Puritan is many things for your many moods. A business suit, a country casual, a versatile basic to team with separates. Nubby weave rayon looks silken, shrugs off creases, washes like a whiz! Green, blue, 12 to 20, MM to 22*. 14.95 Budget dresses, second floor miami. At all five Burdine's. BURPING S



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Friday. Fobniary 5, I960 *Je*istnoridk*n oems OF WISDOM A m*r?3* ro3ftf'?ooI[ in their] old father ta live with idem. A.. • % %  Ngi..Kd | Tbe fru'd'en /elt ajhatned 0 f n ,„ I ..nd relegated,. Him to the kitchen uhetf .he was led *eparately an/1 t jf't /rom, t)i family. but. at time went on physical i %  oea\nesses left the old nan in no %  ntrol oxer hit handi. and thus ? hakingwth ape^ many of the diih| uere?jbrok*t$43 he attempted t, *"' T' 4> oun £ cojplc came upon | %  %  ; in*e rfieVtr 'a*Mi"on Thev or-, iered wooden dishes and wooden utensils te.be, ued in the kjtch.cn | '\ thf old man. One day at the couple was *• ; ig in dieir Uwngroom socializing •ith their family, they noticed that I Zieir youngest son was whittling. ~h.e father turned to his son and ked "What arc you making.'" \ "' t child looked up to hit father : I -aid: "I am making a wooden poon so that when you get old. Will let vou use u Iit not m truth that children re the products of their environ-cnt' A* we. treat our parents. JsaMeBMsV-aete?"** be treated by fur children. Page I3-A Sn t Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Vallii. VNSHE EMES. Conservative, president. 25S3 8W IStti ave Maxwell Silbermai DABBI MRSCHtLl SAVIIU • tragedy of hostility Ifn!. 0 ^ 1 !. here V* ^ ,f i erences of P' n '>" h "t that there is a hostility, errorfof Mother *** de i8ht "" Ut ,he fa Ures and SETH OAVIO. 2435 SW Srd ava. Con servative. Rabbi Vaakov Rosenbere Cantor William W Lioaon Prldav s 1". p.sa. Sermon: '-The C'our• %  • Lad Adult education <•!*:4j ji.m. Haturdny :• a.m. JETH EL. 500 SW 17th ava. Orthodox Rbbl Solome*~h.'i. Pi Ida': %  %  and I IS p.m. Bernu n "Tha sir^-nath irf Dsvotlon s da' S:30 a m. Sermon: "Weakr) Po >| 3ETH EMITH. 12250 NW 2nd ave Conaarvativa. Rabbi David W. Herton. Cantor Hyman Fein !'. |i m ,-.-? mrai "H'i Batirdai I am Sermon: .\r^ Mlraclea •" JETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or thodox Rabbi H. Louia Rottman. a 1ETH JACOB. 33' -31' Washington • v. Orthodox. Rbbi Tisor Stern Cantor Maurice Mamches. F %  r 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Hatred la Not a Pad." %  ETM RAPHAEL. 1M NW 3rd ave Orthodox. •jmftra miinn 1 te^ni Kin .niirr*]a ITS^X fyhr) niaini oi n D*K")(?3 J .Ta^-.^ai D ^yrr i Jny_ rrr tr^as? D^rinx; 3*?a ^a ^ftn^D"? oa IK' triton^ rn T T |?n .wn K> ii 'pv ]inv • %  jnx fa D"aM nnixa "$ HDiTK nis"iK pai "7X ]aVi ,*7xa v}*?n rrn nj?no 1 t I T T T IT • V %  "WK y-Din'? Vnn -^asn-^ -yn na^nn ,nnnx ma T T t • I • T -1 • T ^ftr-pRa rrqflni rnrtn .nriDnn 4 ?! nyj\pb BETH'TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or thodox. Rabbi Joseph = Racvovstcv PYtdaj r* p m i.n This U what the Torah tells us in the last verse of the Sedrah about KS JSiJ/i Th T 5 J he head has f0ur separa,e '""iPanments to CONGREOAT.OTTV^ CHAIN, 404 indicate the legiitimate differences in the thinking and the opinions of R oToJ" R C abb, M C h.1n! people. The Tfillin of the hand is one undivided unit to show that when ,, SfiSfSgSf. the vanous opinions have been expressed, in action there must be unity It is strange and disturbing that only under the influence of extreme emergency do we recognize the unity of action implied in the Tfillin of the hand. ,^K W e ISraCl h ad ,0 fi8ht £or i,s Dir,h a fou gnt w ith equal vigor When America is fmally aroused the whole country acts like one man But how much less costly would be the struggle if we could learn the lesson of the Tfillin in "b*i enecho," between thine eyes, to see with our eyes before the crisis engulfs all mankind. Sermon "Plasfl n % % %  %  ;OR*L WAV JEWISH CENTER P.O. Box 34-OS-i. Viami. Rabbi Sam uel An> Acts i)J tlon i" %  TALES OF MORALS A poor man walking along the I road one day discovered a purse i containing $100. The purse also i .-ontained the address and identity I >/ the owner. The finder, being 5 :n honest man. decided to return I he lost article. He found the ownt r of the purse and returned it to I .im. The owner, being a greedy nan assumed that he could recover i Tore than he lost, and accused the oor man of taking a part of the IPO*) that was in the purse. The %  reed\ owner claimed that the purse -ngmally contained $-00. u r herepoit he hailed the finder into ourt. T'.e judge heard the complaint 6 nd he asl^ed the ountr of the ur.f ;.i df.tribe the purse and its omtllll, The ou'ner did so. claim5 ng that there was $200 in thr nrse. The ;ud?e then ask_ed the I mdff to describe U'hat he found I I nj the poor man insisted there I 5 .'as only $100 when he found it s Obviously, said the ;udge this ii a lot your purse, hence there being I 'o other claimants, the finder will I tep what he found MORAL: Oftentimes greed is I I our ou'n undoing. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., S Miami. Refo-m Raobl Herbert Baumga'd. Cantor Charles Kodner. i) T.3'i p.m. Barmon: "What KWOrV YOUR HERITAGE Concepts of Judaism Relating To Prayer, Faith and Immortality JADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1160 NW ?-,.. r-n erv t v€Cantor Eman. uel Vandel. y 1 1 1 1 \ |. in i '.!.. | /. K r LAOLERORANAOA. 50 NW 5^st S i. Conservative Rabbi Bernard hoter. Cantor Fred Bernst*'n. %  sltion." Onaa inabbai boats Mr mid >. and Mi and M s lta> l..-\ In-, rn hoi i w-r-ii.- Saturday Mllsvaaj at Mlnaha: dt>-plirn. xon of Mr ami MiIl.ir\.-\ Raker. TEMPLE BETH EL. Hollywood. Retorm. Jafte. P IIT 1645 Polk St.. Rabbi Samuel talon TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest dlchreiber. a TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144.Chass ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisb Cantor Oavio Conviaer. i I'roii; Heine Brotherb of their anni-I"" 1 • l; Mltavah R son if I>i and Mrs William Ivar, 'e % %  < the Hebrews and 11 !l"*C/;.„ K *" ,"**' h ,*"" f f*2. V 4 ar. Murray luen. Ijr: v son %  ( M *•'•"'. m and Mrs Ji.-t-ph Orabai-iii.-k TRANSLATION • %  The Preea In Israel *ifty years ago the first daily Hebrew newspaper appeared in Jerusalem. The name of the paper was "Hativi." The man who founded it was Elieser Ben Yehuda. He i regarded (as is well known) as Yes. Even Nietsche admitted, Egypt or the desert. But let i that 'For all those who somehow hear what Moses said. In Psalm had a God. what I know as soli90, he gives us the answer: "Oh tude did not exist." The Psalmist Lord. Thou hast been our dwelling expresses that feeling in these, place in all generations." Thi> words: "If I take the wings of the means that Moses lived not only morning and dwell in the uttermost with God, but also in God. Interparts of the sea: even then woutt estingly enough, the Hebrew word Thy hand lead me, and thy right Mokom" means God, as well as hand would hold me." (Ps. 139:7space. 10). Man is thus saved from being • • • a mere unit in the lonely crowd, What, dots Judaism teach about or a mere speck in the ocean of immortality? existence. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk st. Conaarvativa. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Hailbraun. answer would have to be either ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 sw 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Mslavsky. Cantor Loris Cohen. .in i I Ba RMMI Shabbat hoata; \l. in KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield Cantor Abraham Seif. Pridai '" p m Kermi n"Vi!n • r ftrartK In • Mr ii • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Hsrschell Saville. Cantor Joseph Stzman. and I 30 p.m. i; laal l>: ll Franklin Williams, % i>Hmt at Use (JaivaMtty of Miami. Sat'in]\ I a.n "Trua Crli clam Bar Mltavah Bi n umi nf .Mr. and Mrs. Ell Friedman. Though it can offer no concrete proof, yet it commits us to the beWhora would you say was Hie lief that the soul is immortal Sciheane of Maae i Igyae, the deeence teaches us that the body ex WONTICELLO PARK, isath at. amort, er the Holy Land? fists forever in some form. So we 1 H e m h •*•: Conservst.ve. R^bb. ..,.,. i aa. •• J I **a Lipshita. Cantor Ben Zon Surelv not the Holy Land, in the learn from the scientific doctrine Kirschenbsum. physical sense, for the foot of Mo[ of indestructibility of matter and : ^ ;..,;,'. '^'.n'..? TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstaln. l-mlay \ :", p.in S.'rniiin "Tli-I'halii-ne to Christiana and Jawa on the tj> •• %  I -ill. : b I Week." TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morria Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday < M >utn to receive Ner T.imi.i Award In BOJKH of the Ooldan Annlvi n. Bern "Opanina I i and Window*." B urday Mir .rvlce S a.m. Regular MTN I. ^ !'i ':•' a ill a TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Prtda] I 10 and 8:15 |> m Sermon: "Mynaaoaues are Built by People." da \ Sa t urrl I the man who revived the Hebrew s newt reached there. One!energy. We refuse to believe that. M, a ,„i MJ- AU „ urry, language, and main streets in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv are today named after him. Hebrew newspapers were in existence even before "Hatzvi,' but they were all either weeklies'; w monthlies. There was no He-; \ brew daily newspapers yet. Con nections between Eretz Yisrael Hal the European countries and : America were very weak at that • t>me (in those days), and for that I reason this attempt to publish a: I t! *Hy newspaper was a great and daring act. Despite the fact that 13 Hatzvi" ceased to appear after a few years the daily press in Ereti Yisrael continued to exist and to develop. (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) might, therefore, think that the what is highest in creation. name-|on of Mr. and Mrs Martin Fischer. ly the soul (or human personality), — ll* the only exception to that rule of indestructibility. Tfci* page is prepared in cooperation u'lt'i the Spiritual Leader* oi the Greater MUISI Rabbinical Ai*n. Rabbi Yaakov G. Ronbrg Coordinator CONTamUTORS Rabbi Herbert Baumcard Deciuvr Moment* Rabbi David Herson Tale* and Gemi of Wwdom Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitt KnouTour Heritage NORTH DADE CENTER. 13S30 W Dials hwv Conservative. Rabb' Henry Okolica. I rid.iv < I", [1 in Sermnn: 'Can Judaism Survive"" Saturday ? a.m. Was there a rabbi or a saga by the name of Gamiu? Yes. His real name was Rabbi Nat-hum. But he was better known as Rabbi Nachum the man of "Ganuu," because of a favorite maxim which he bequeathed to all of us. The mixim is "Gam Zu Let-! SOUTHWEST CENTER. M?. sw tth ovoh," which means "all is for the j V\., r c '' n ry i ""R,bbi M,UP,e best." Frid i n -The Power ..f PoKitlve Juilalam." NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owitl. rnfor Edward K'' [ ninn: "The Bonk of Proveroa.' I>H Mltavah: Susan, 'aimhier of Mra Doroth Saturda\ l:tl p.m Baraaas) The Knd of i Satuada) 11 am, Bar Mltavah. I: .iieiwin of Mr. and Mra. Maurice Heitzmark. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. S1 Flaming* Way. Conservative. Rabbi Lee Heim. Prida) 1:11 cm Sermon: "The Jewish Home—P our Faith." Btaterbood Baboath Onaa shaiibat hoots: Mi ..n.l MrKreil Ra:>: i day 9 a.m. Bar Ml'zvah: liaiy ILipi*. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax. man. Cantor Jacob Qoldf*rb. I |i in Barmon "Moses — • r. Prupheor San. .lurday a.m. Bar Mltavah Max. son of all .in.l Mrs Philip larger. a TIFERETH ISRAEL. SF-00 N. Miami ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrenrp Cantor Albert


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I Page 14-A *Jwlsi>ncr1dBan LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF r-riRPORATE DISSOLUTION N CO T R H P E R N A M E A NO BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA lliil day ol ITO! •" %  '• ',,,visions o lutlon of wch condition.• ,„. piled with g CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA T.i 11 I TO Will I.M I'lll'-.-lViSSHUI. COME.J/;RJpTtNGS Where**, HAKOLU FMlRIDA. ROBER1 VMl, H.ultll'A. MIAMI. FLORIDA. i,. ol April, A 11 iv... cause to i ...,,,.,,:,.. .1 undei tl.. ,.. ..visions Chapter 808. Florida Statute*. LANDS FOUR. l N( iih Its pi Inclpal l>Ja; MIAMI. I.AI.K.iilN. -. {he rtoek „n .n.i ..n the I960, > ause LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVE, he underalgned, iU>*Ji'Ini < luslni u under ih.flctltlo • IEST v BAH l '%  %  N Vvenue, North Miami. Flo .. resUtei said name witn ,f the Circuit Court • >( Dane : JOYCE ToMMERHAIII ALVCE BERKE Equal Partner! that ..gage in iiname ol rtheaat 6th •Ida, Intend Clerk Ih.. .mil > '.'-'".11 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ,,,,,. < ii the 10th da) ol A "''• „;>,i .. 1M< ,.„,..,. (,, be Incorporated undei he provision! ol Chaptei 808, Florida Statute. BL'NKBR REALTl CO. I rporation, with Mi" principal Pja MIAMI. DADE fOlNI *, HI Florida, nd whereas of such corporation day ol Januai y, A.D. iii.il in the oflli • %  of i in.. State ..i H. ,,| ol ..ii t %  Block11 |.i i.vilona ol %  lustness .ii II the State ol InSt...till..i.i. IS ,i on the th ,I:IS. tO I" he Secretar) ol State I r,.i.t. .' O ,.,1,1, ,„ unde %  howPRBSGS: ZINN, MIAMI. HOFMANN, MIRUTH S. Wlll.ll;. I,,I .,ii th!*th t tars ; 'nneenl del the pr have have f Hla corporation. „f business at fMiSfcdrSTT. in in. HUM of i-.n...i. whereas holders of SIM -h corporal I 89th das of January, A O. be filed In the office ol the Secre ,,f sun. of HIRi ";,"'•""• %  ,,, ,n the si... kholders iinvi-i..nl "aid Chapter 508, Florida Statutes, showing Hi *lutlon of >u. rporation. Sow. therefore, the Se. rotary o State s hereb) "" l lv '",",',' ,.: c „ %  and thai h. I sutleried tha in. emenw of law have been com' ''V WITNESS WHEREOF, I ereunti el mj hand and affixed the Great Seal %  •' the State ,.f Florida, at Talln issei %  .',' ,-,„.,|. thin ih. T ENTY-NIN III las ..f JANUARY, A I). 1980 (seal) R v nR *I; etarj v l Slate CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO VI. I. TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS: vv hereas, HAROI II ZINN. MIAMI, i-l.< .Kll-A. ROIIKRT HOKMANN, MIAMI FLORIDA. KITH S WOLFE, MIAMI. FIJORIDA, "ii'l on the f8tn da) ..r April, A.l • 18 to be Incorporated undei the provisions ol i 'haptei 808 Plot Ids Stal ites, III v N" 11s FIVE, INC., ;. corporation, • ih Ms |.i Inclpal place ol buslni MIAMI. |>ADB COUNTY, In the State ,,i Florida, and whereas the stockholders ..f Buch corporation .li.i on the ..ii da ian A.D In be filed In th< ofl i e ol Ihi .%  i tai > ..f si.ii. ol ih. State a I :, Cons. 111 ..1 .H 111. si... 1,1 der the provision ol said Chapti Florida Stal lies, Knowing the dlsaolution ol suih p oratlon Sow, ih. relon ihi %  ,i... hereb certify t< i.i the i .i|iii. %  f lav li;.\. hi .-ii ..IIIMl M llh IS V\ ITNESS WHEREOF, I hat eunto sel -1 I if I it Taliii Cap the TWENTY NINTH ol JANUARY, A It. i: \ f.RAY %  CLRTlF 1 AM CORPORATF DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Tl VI. I. Tl I Wlli >M THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS Where • HAROLD ZINN, MIAMI. I I.I IRU V. Ri IKKRT Ih 'I M VN \ Ml AMI, II.i il:ili v. Ill Til s WOLFE, MIAMI I I iRIDA, .1 .1 ... II da) of Ai-i II. A.D II • i.. be Incorpoi .ii.-.1 .n.i. thi |irov laloni of Chaptei 80S, Florida Statutes, IIIl .AM >s six. IN'.' i. i .i 1...1 at Ion, \\ %  h Its I.I Inclpal place of I islness B I MIAMI. LAI'i: COUNTY, 'ii thi M III of Mori.in. and whereas the stockholders of such corporal li.i on the 291 ii JUa NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersiened, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ..( ITT HATE at number IS20-79th Street In the City Of North Ray Village. Florida intends to register the said name with the Clerk of Ihe Cirri IU Court of Dad* County. Florida. Dated at North Miami Beach, FlorIda, this ir.th day of January, i960. CUT RATE. INC.. a Florida eorp. Rv: GLADY GOLDMAN. President BNTDER AND YOUNG Attorneys for Applicant 1/22-29. 2/5-11 ..... Florida Klatul "J, ,,.. ,i „solutlon ol auch corporation sow, %  %  • "" %  •'";; %  %  ; ,': f ;, ,,, ,1,.... hereb) certlfs o the Jore.,„, ,„.,, he isatisfied thai the m ,, t of law hav. been com' '"'!N 1 U'ITVI:SS WHEREOF, I have hereunto sel m) hand and have affixed the Great Keal of the State ,,i Florida, al Tallahassee, tne Capital, this the TWENTY-NINTH ,,:,; ol .l-VNI-AKY. AH. I' ,., %  11 i: v GRAY, Seel .in > "' State I CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA rO VI.I. TO Wll' i.M THESE PRErlBNTS SHALL COMB, ;I;I:I: V.^'vu Wherea* HAROLD /.INN. MIAMI. FLORIDA ROBERT H< •!• VI kS.\ Mlvvn FLORIDA, svi:.' II P Al I.I.N. MIAMI. II.ORIDA. .n.i on the Jrd day • i... ml II %  \ 11. I'-.i. cause to I..Inconiorated under the provlalons ol i'haptei (08, Florlde HUtutea, mI \ \i is REALTY i ''i %  %  orporation, with Its principal place of business al MIAMI. DADE COUNTY, In the State ,r II.. i Ida, and hi reaa the si... k'..ii.i.is ..f such corporation did on the 29th .li.v ..r January. A < % %  %  %  •"" %  %  ,. i.. filed in the office of Ihe SecreI.IIV ,.f sti i Ihe st. u.. ..i Florida, ,ii, ol nil the stockholders unrtei the provtsloni ..' said Chaptet 808, i Statutes, showini the dlasolui MI. li I ..I poratlon N,,u, therefore, th, Secretary ol si lie does h< reb; i ei' f to the fore••i ng and that h* Is itlBfled thai the vi-inii. in. ins of law hav< been complied with IS WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto sel m) halM and have affixed Ihe Great Real of Ihe Rtnte of Florldi .n Tallahassee, Ihi Capital, this ih. TWENTY-NINTH dat of JANU VRY, A 11 I960 .-..,li R A GRAY, Si I.-I..I i of State CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I .. v l.l. Tl %  WHi .M THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS: Whi real II \i: I I. COHEN. MIAMI, FLORIDA', RUTH s WoLr B, Ml W]i. I'l.. iltll %  \ .1 VMS II v YES, Ml AMI, did ..II ih. ISth %  .... 1 i.i c I %  Ids Statutes, SWII-TY vl LEGAL NOTICE LOUISE E KOCH, Plaintiff, \ B, JACK K KOCH, rxfenda.nl .DPPAR ORDER TO APPEAR Vol. JACK K Ki'l. i ;, mi nl 1 '• %  "•"•• |,v required % %  s i „ .lefault "HI '"' '" of '..in i. otharwlae a [ered aaalnal you. Januar) 28, l '" l ",.,,,. ... ..,,.. K iII l l.' v'l HI-.liM A N < 'e' K ': l AI ,.:,,,,!, cunt S '-'" IIKI.K.N KI..-.-l.'-'<. ,„,„„, -lerk Bl %  M THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE -LEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY^. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No. 6JC 876 iv IAN MAIIIIM: HAMS. Plaintiff, I M:I:Y V IIIAKIKS DAYI8, IB ""-ORDER TO APPEAR Vi,C I1VUKY CIIAKI.I-.S HAMS. ,R Y0 221W>"I 1. Road, s K W..h I, .• are hereby req op, ,.i your an-er 10 a r,„ dlvorci "" piainiiiis IOS calumet BKU-, Miami, oi beforl Hie "'h jay "' IM0, and file th i slnal In fhe office .. the Clert of the ClrcuM 'I, 1 ;,,,'," otherwise s default will b %  ntered atalnal o I J '|TB? l!EATHBMAN, CI.-IK of ~. ,ii Circuit Courl '"*"" By: IIKI.KN KESSUER. ,„,.,„, . A.D. mac 10 i" flssd In the office ol Ihe Secratars .•' smie of the Stale "i Hor da. ii ens. nt of all the eto< kh..iii,,. undei the provtalona of eald chnptei •' %  "•. Florldi Btatutea, showIns ihe dissolution ..f aneh orpo Now. therefore, Ihe Secretary of State does hereb) certify to the fore, going and lhat he iBatlsfled thai the requirements ..i law hav baejn compiled u ii ii IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have bereunto s.-t mj hand and have affixed i Ini Ireal Keal ol the State of Moil,la. at TaMah.. .-. the Capital this the TWENTY-NINTH da) ol .i AM M:V. A I. -..,ii l: \ QRAY, Becretai) ol Btati a/r./o OF LEGAL NOTICE KUIitlDA, HI'" vii. TO WH"M % SHALL COME. When is. DONAJ-D MAN MIAMI. SiSift. BARB. aid ..n ilie -7W cause to bo i rW uUTH VwJRIDA v. ,:i> '"•{"MIWDI HIIIH 1 •figR."%uag y,,i AM-ll. A p iiaji. ,i|...ii under %  hal.til' '" %  '' pi ,.\ IMOIStalutes INC., a corporation, ^-.Vth^tockholder. of .u^h^o, stoclfholder. JBe. ^S M :i:::,;,rv;:r di^iuitiln"... -u. ""v!:::" „„.i.-o.e. -I.-, Bjcrour. o plM | N W V|TNMi WIIKREfF. I hAJKreinw sel m, han.i ami hav. affixed Ihe Great s. al ol Ihe siai. •' l.v'l-M'T'NiNV;' A I' I'"" i: v GRAY, Sei i. la' > "I ^' % %  •' CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO AI.I. TO WHOM THESE PRES I vis SHALL COME, OKEBTlNtlS Serena. HAROLD ZINN MIAMI PI il;|l i V I IIIN.VI.I 'S /.I i Iv l.l. iv MIAMI. ll.iilMHA. RCTH s win I K MIAMI. FLORIDA, did on Ihe I'.m da) ..i April, v D I" %  ••. to be Incorporated under ihe pro< ton, ol Chaptei N8, Florid, si..,.,-.EARTH REALTY CO., s conjorathm with Itprincipal place of b nt MI.VMI DADE CO! NTT, In s,., t Florida, Bnd whereaB IIH aloi kholden ..f auch c ration, dw ,.„ Hi. joth das of January, A n low, auae I filed in tl Gi.-.of tl"' Seen tat) ol Slate ol the Bute li.in. a Consent of all Ihe Capital. Uili ll ;',' l ; u day of JANI ART. ,.. .iii Friday. Fbnary 5. 1960 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDID FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKREHY GIVEN that the uiiihrslKiieil. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of oi'l'i.KTI NITIKS, UNLIMITED at \ W. 5th Ave., Int.nils to register said name with the Clerk of th Circuit Court of Iside County, Florida. fctAGK. IMDRI'nltATEU %  Fla. Corp. HERIIKRS B. WILENHKY Attorney for Applicant "Cv "' rr ftfd 'i/.2/r,., 2 -i, TO Flo stock • f -a.il ulder> undei the p Chaptei IW, Florida BUI |ng the dlaaolution of auc* corporation Now, thetef. Stale dOBB li. rell) going und thai inr...|iiti..|ii..|i! plied th. s,-. retar) ..( ,-,.i t.fv to the lore.lisfi.-.i thai the >f ia hat been i om i\" vv'l 'TNKSS WHEREOF I h.v. hereunto act ro) hand and affixed ilI Ireal I eal %  the of Floi Ida. at T "| ri,,. Hal this the rvv i:\rv NINTH das of JANUARY, A l> IM0 all ft V GRAY. of stat< II.. IIUDA. A.D. 1 i RANCH, INC .,l VII V Ml. IAIK .'.. Nil in thi Stati ol %  .,the -i... U I nidi rs dl i ..i. Hi. V.D. 18 lie filed .f the if thi Si ; ..II l!,. Floi Stow, therefore, Ihi Secretar) of %  i. certify to thi I .it the have be< li i IN VV ITNESS WHEREOF, I hnvi nt) hand und have affixed Ihe i In at Keal "i Ihi T .1 iih -. the Capital, this th. TWENTY NINTH da) ol JANUARY, A i l: A GR vv. Secrets of Stall •J ". BO CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Tl V l.l. T. Wlli i.vi THESE PRESENTS SIIVI.I COMB GREETINGS Whereas, RART I. COHEN Ml v vn FLORIDA, RUTH s \\ .1.1 I:. VII VMl' I! ORIDA, VIOLETTA M VKI I:Y, MlVMI |.-|.ni:i|i.v. .n.i mi the 10th day ..f August, A 11 1(53, HI-, to I.. porated under the provisions ol i 'hapFloi Ida Statutes, l.l >EN I : vi:iil'Ns. INC., a corporation, with its .IHI. mil place ..t business al MlvMi D vi>i-: COUNTY, in the State ..i Florod a-hereas the stockholder! ill.I .II the Ifth dai ..f January. A I' IM0 mis. to I..filed in the office of the try "f State ..f tha State of Florida, %  Conaenl ol all the stockholder! undei the provisions of snid Chaptei MM, Florida Statutes, showing the dlaaolution ..r suih corporation, Now, therefore, the Secretarv of State does herebj certify i %  the foregoing and thai ha is aatfaflod that the .-.-.... II ,. no -ins of law have been eoniplled with. IN WITNCSS WHEREOF, I have hereunto s.-t my hiinil snd have arfi\.-ii tinQreal Real of the State of Florida, st Tallahassee, the Capital, this ihe TWENTY NINTH day of JANUARY. A.D. mo. '"'li R. A. GRAY s... retar) of state J/3/S0 CERTIFICATE CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA rii VI.I. TO WHOM THESE PRESENT* SHALL i-i'Mi:. GREETINGS Where is IK>N vi i> s ZUCKERMAN, MI.VMI. Il .ultll'A. RUTH S WOLFE, MIAMI, KI.IIKII'.V. MARGERY v RARR, Ml VMl. FLORIDA, .li.I on the '-'Till daj ..f Apt II, A l> It >(, • to bi i pot ated an.i. r Ihe nns n( i 'hapter 808, Floi bis % %  COAST Al 'Ill's. ..i with IU p It MIAMI. L'Vl.i C ii S'i'V. in the Slate ..t Floi Id %  I .li.i i.ti iin".•!h .la' "i t.D. 1980, i m Ihi all the %  I. %  llli.I. I 111. i i Sox. 1 showini he dli i h corNo therefore, thi Secretar) %  %  ive I ...•ii l\ V\ ITNESS WHEREOF I hen into el m> hand ind hat • Ixed the III : the State ..f Florida, T the I'.II. tins tin 'rvv i:\rv \ IN in da) ol JANI Al:V. \ I %  i: v GRAY ... CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA T. vi.I. 'I'll will '\i THESE PRESENTS SHALL COMB, GREETINGS w DON VI.n s ZUCKER MAN MIAMI, II ...I'.II'V. RUTH s WOI I I'.. MIAMI, I'l.'UMl'A \! Ml. GKRY V RARR Mlv.MI FLORIDA did on the 87th .lav ..f April, A 11 '•• be in. ... porated undi i thi II..i i 'hapter ... s ii,,, i i„ Statutes, WATER FRONT HOME SITES "1 FLORIDA, INC %  i HI. .n. with it, pi in. |pa| pig, .. ,., i,„„|. li Ml VMl. DADE I' H'NTY In 'l" Sl Florida, .mil whereas th, -i... khojders of B II h corporation did "'" the ."•ih day of .i.in.i.,1 v \ i '" I-' Hied in the off I the becretary of Bute of Its Florida, %  i onsenl ..i aM the stock under the provtaloni haptei 80S Florldn ,„.„-. Ina the disaohMlon ol sin h irporatlon Now therefore. Ihe Se, r.-m ,.( -. tie does herebj certlfv to ihe for* going and that he Isatlsfi..,l thai n„ -.i,i,.a,i.-n,s of |a h„M IN WITNI'.SS WHBREOP l ban ? V-', ''] % %  %  % %  Real of the of Florida at Tallahassee the • at.ital. this the TWENTY-NINTH day of JANUARY, A D ..„. ••8*l) R. A .;i:w %  en ..-tai) ,,f smte 5 v. CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I'.' ALL To Wlli i.\l THESE PltKtf BNTS SUM.I. COME. ORKBTINGS Whereas, IIAHm.1' ZINN. MIAMI Kl.nltll.V. DONALD S ZUCKBHM IN Ml VMl. FLORIDA, KITH s vv. ii i i: MI \ MI. H.IIRIHA. i Ihe mill da) '.r April, v D lSI i ausi lO be in. .i |...ra le.l nri.l..| the I'l "V 's ,..Mol ciisi'ter I'.nv. Florida Statutea WiiRl.li REALTY ... a corporation, with H|.rln.i|Ml place "f h at MIAMI, DADE %  '' l NTV. in the Slate ol I'loi i.i .. an.i u hi i eai thi stockholders "f such ciHrporatlon .ii' on the L'i'th da) ol Januar), A.D ...ii-. to I., filed iii the office "f the ,. \ .if Sl.tl. ..: III. i a i '..lis. -lil ..f all III.Btoch under i he pro^ It li me Florid s. .i % %  iim th.i lissoliitii.ii of ti.-ti Ni.w th. i \ ..I State ili-s hei lhat th. tn. HIS of i.i w hat • I..-, n ..in plied w it ii IN WITNESS WHERE* H" I havi %  %  -I i. nd of I |h, hiih. TWENTY NINTH da) ..f JANU VRY v 11 l: l CERTIFICATE OC CORPORATE DIMOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL li'Mi:. GREETINGS: Whoreaa, HAROLD Zl.NN. MIAMI, FLORIDA. IKtNALD S 7.1'i'KI MAN, MIAMI. FLORIDA, RUTH S WiiLFI-:, MIAMI, FLORIDA, dl.l on the 18th day of April. A.D. I1"'. cause, to be Incorporated undei the provisions of Chapter '"*, Florida BUtuI VITALITY ACRES. INC., a corporation, with Its principal place of bual,,..._ ai MIAMI. DADE COJTNTY. In ,l„. siat. of Florida, and whereas the -to. khol.lers of such corisuratlon did ,m the ."•th >ln\ of January, AH l!<6n. to be filed In the office of the Secretar) "f state of the state ,.f Florida, a Consent of all the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter BUS. Florida Statute., showing the dlaaolution of nuc* corporatloa. Now therefore, the Secretary of dead hereby certify to the foregoing and that he Is satisfied that the requirement! of law has. I.e. n ...iii' '"'|N* 'WITNESS WHEKUIIF. I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the tlreat Seal of the State ,.r blio-lda. at Tallahassee, thei Capital, this theTWI-^*TT-NINTII day "f JANUARY, A.D. mo ,„eal) R A. GRAY. Secretary of State. i/l/a" CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THERE PRESENTS SHALL COME, tJUEETINUS: Whereas, IIAKIILI" ZINN. MIAMI. I'l.nKIHA. KiiHKHT KOFMANN, Ml AMI, MRIDA, IH TH S WOLFE. MIAMI. II i Hill V. ilnl on the Hth .Isv of April. A. 11. IS-', caag* to be Incorporated undei Ihe provision* of Chaptei 808, Florida Htatutes, IIII VNI'S ONE, INC. a nu poratlon. with its principal pane of business at MIAMI. DADE COUNTY, In the Slate of Florida, ami whoraaa the stockholder* of such corporation did on fhe .I.I v ..f January. A.D. litOO, cause, to be filed In the uffloa "f the Secretary of State of the State of Florida, a Consent of sll the stockholders un.i.i ih. nrovtatoita f said Chapter 8"t. Florida statutes, showing the dlsaolutlon of such ... poratlon Now. therefore, ihe Secretary of State does he r e b ) oartU) to the i going and that If Is satisfied that the requirements of law have been complied with IN WITN BBS WHEREOF. I hitv .iv hand and have affixed the Qreal Baal nf the State of Florida, at Tallahaweee. the Capital, this the TWENTY-NINTH day of JANUARY, A l. !•. (seal) R A CRAY. Secretary of state. CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THF AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA n • Nil. TO WHOM TIIFSR I REETINGS When .HARn ILI i ZINN MI\MI i'l.' IRIHA. UiiN VII. s S!|-i M > v vn v VII. |.-|.i.|:i .v RUTH W< 'I FE, MIAMI i i • .;; 11. x did on the !nd da) of M ty. .,u... pot .'. .1 und, i n..• chaptei %  i NI\ ERKE viics INC "" %  %  sh I r hual it MIAMI DADE C( H'NTY In ,i a-heri of such corporation did '... %  i ,. .... v i. cause to be filed In the office "f ttv if Sl.it.of tl %  ',"''' %  I .".-in ..f sll the Bt..ckns of said h -"" l show• dlsaolutlon of such i irporatlon 1 hereb) rertiri to Irs thai he In s,.is(„..i that tha day l seal) CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA li ALL To Win ..VI THESE PP.I ENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS: Wherens, IHUi'l.l' /.INN. MIAMI. Il> Htll i.\. ROIIERT HOFMANN. MIVMl H> iRIDA. KITH B WOLFE. Ml VMl. II ORIDA. did 1.11 the Wth ol April. A I %  INS, canse !• %  led undei the provisions ..' 'v. Florida Statutes. IIII.VNI'S THo, INC., a corporation. f l.llsltless at vtl VMl DADE COUNTY, m the stsiof l-hnila. anil vrhereaa the oAookit ili.l ..ii Ih.' I ,1 VI' 1" filed III • .i. .a I nla, %  .II' of all thi hoi di t ih. pi In Statute ..; the dll ttlon i.tary ..f hi %  that the i^ ol law have lieen i'tmrlth IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have -.i m) huml anil ced l he Gn I the si.c • of Florida, at T tl" Capital, this lb. TWENTY-NINTH da) ol I X.NI \i;v v D. 1080. H. A GRAY. lar) of State. CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE F FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PP.1 ENTS SHALL COME, Git LE II N '.:.Wherea HAROLD ZINN, MIAMI. IMeHtll.A. ROBERT HOFMANN, Ml AMI. FLORIDA. HUTU S WOLI MIAMI. I-I.-mil vv. did on the Jth day of April, A.D. lr.;, cause, to be in. ..t|H,ra^ed under the provisions of "f JANUARY All !••• County with '. II.1 I MVliv LARKTNi holders of such corporation did on the 2th day of January. A.D 180. cause, lo be filed In the office of the Secretary of State of the State ef Florida, a Consent of all the glill It JMBMW %  under Ihe provisions of aald Chapter 8(W. i Florida Statutea. ah.-wlng the dlaaoIutIon of such oirporath.ii that I Now, therefore, the Secretarv '.r enaaee In State dors herehv certify to the foreime of going and that he is eAlisfled that Hie requirements of law have been complied with IN WITNESS W HEREOF. I have hereunto set mv hand and have afflaed the Great fseal of the State <>f Florida, at Tallahassjre. the Capital, this iheTWENTY=NINTH day of JANUARY. AD. 18e. ( %  eat) R. A. ORAY. Secretary of 8, *^. /W nt. name



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P( El KI A M .It in l I. \v M Ol h. T.i I' ta a d< y n B Page 6-B +Jfi*tnr)ridliftn Friday, February Committee maps Fontainebleau hotel art show featuring the paintings of David Nemerov (fourth from left) and his daughter, Renee (third from left). Session was at the home of Mrs. Richard E. Hecht (right). Also present were (from left) Mrs. William L. Finsten, Mrs. Richard E. Wolfson, and Mrs. Bernard Supworth. Nemerov is a nationally-renowned retired department store executive, who now resides in West Palm Beach. The Fontainebleau show, which opened Saturday night, also features sculpture by Renee Nemerov. Proceeds will go to the Joint Defense Appeal, fund-raising arm of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and American Jewish Committee. The exhibit is open through Feb. 13. UJA Leader Will Address Women At Sponsors Tea Mrs. Jack A. (Sarah) Goodman, national chairman of the Women's Division of the United Jewish Appeal, will be guest speaker at a CJA Women's Sponsors Tea. The ;iffair will take place Wednesday. ] p.m.. at the Seville hold. Mrs. Goodman is a leading figure in many civic and welfare organizations. She is a member of the national board of the I'nited Israel Appeal, was named Indianapolis "Woman of the Year" by B'nai B'rith. and has headed the I'JA Women's Division Study Missions to Israel since 1957. This is her fourth consecutive year as national women's chairman. The Sponsor's Division is composed of Greater Miami women who are helping to fulfill CJA needs with contributions separate •md above those of their husbands, NOW! SLICED CORNED BEEF for delicious magic-easy meals) Ask for All WILNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashruth Quality Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Monies raised will be used overseas to provide adequate and sanitary shelter for thousands of Jews now living in dilapidated wooden shacks. Locally, funds will be used for agencies serving the health and welfare needs of the community. Chairman for the event is Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Vice chairmen are Mrs. Morris Goldin and Mrs. Sid ney Schwartz. In charge of attendance are Mrs. William H. Bernstein. Mrs. Harry Orleans and Mrs. Oscar Sindell. AW. IACK GOODMAN Principal to be Speaker Miami Beach High School principal Irvin Katz will be speaker a! a luncheon sponsored by the Miami Beach Jewish Home an.I Training School for Retarded Chi] dren on Thursday noon. Feb. 11. at the Algiers hotel. Program will also include Rose Yokell, folk singer, and Eva Levetuon, recorder performer. Bobby Byron, of the Algiers hotel, will be master ol ceremonies. FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! PLANTERS PRODUCERS OF YOUR FAVORITE KOSHER FOOD PRODUCTS PRESENTS FOR YOUR PLEASURE A DRAMA IN YIDDISH by LOUIS FREIMAN THE TZWEI SHWESTER (THE TWO SISTERS) MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY 2 P.M. RADIO STATION WMIE DIAL 1140 JEWISH FORUM ON THE AIR SIMON SEIDEN. 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Page 10-A 11 = 9-JewlstfhrkMati Friday. February 5. 1960 Broking """ %  *** HILARY M1NPUN Crowning Reality in Book Filled With Many Realities V,W f „._„ ^^nrt^f snirit no matter how often it bends THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ. By Ntordecai Richler. """377 p. Bofton: Atlantic-Little, Brown. $4.50. Y OUNG CANADIAN AUTHOR Mordecai Richler has written a vivid novel on a "What Makes Sammy Rlln '• type of theme. Starting in the slums of Montreal's St. Urbain Street and ranging up to the Laurentians, the Canadian Catskills, and down to New York, the swath cut by semi-delinquent Duddy Kravitz exposes the lower-class Canadian Jewish community with a reality which is • .._. .-.. i IM .IHII-III sriirit — no matter how often it bends to Duddv himself, first .seen as an mcorrig.ble f^eenndepen -P ^ ^ ^ ^ ... ^ a year-old iho gr.aAte, M^lVg£fUf Hg School temp ^ ^ ^ ^ amusing, sad and candid. Capitol Spotlight: pursuits, is the classic portr.it of the .boy on h way up who doesn't care how he gets there. Hw de ^"^ S '" V '"J to be Somebody fixes itself on the desire to own land. :for his grandfather Siracha has told him. "A man without land is nobody. Remember that, Duddel. But Duddy grows into something more than the usual ruthless ladder-climberi fie reveals, besides the relentless energy which sends him spinning off from one venture to another, a proud sensitivity and the rooted dignity of the West Germany a Washington S HOULD WEST GERMANY be given United States atomic weapons? Once equipped with nuclear arms, the Bonn regime could reject American influence and embark on a self-centered, national istic policy. Without the restraint of their I Chancellor, Konrad Adenauer, the Germans might revert to form. Bonn's ruling elements and army include so many cynical opportunists that their service of selfish ends is predictable. If it benefited Bonn, a new Berlin-Moscow pact would be -igned regardless of its effect on others. Or, Bonn Ci uld seek to embroil America in a deeper crisis with the Soviet bloc to satisfy German territorial ambitions. Such By MILTON FRIEDMAN New Frankenstein Monster? UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Potency of the UN r United Nations A RESOUNDING resolution con** demning the current resurgence of anti-Semitism has been 'aid before the United Nations: -cure one for human rights. But hat resolution must go through at east five steps before is becomes ^ T>_^^B N law. Score five againt human rights. I ne net result: 5 to 1 against any meaningful action by the United Nations in this field. Since the formation of the United Nations in 1945, nothing has shown up the UN's helplessness in the field of human rights as pointedly as the resolution dealing with anti-Semitism. The resolution was introduced by Judge Philip Halpern, of Buffalo, one of the 14 members of the Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities. At the very outset, the draft presented by Judge Halpern had strongest backing. Co sponsors of his resolution were the representatives of Britain, France, Austria. Uruguay and Finland. There was little doubt that the resolution could pass in the subcommission. Only a bare majority is needed for adoption Of a resolution by the group of 14. It was inconceivable that even the Russian and Polish representatives, cr the three Arab League representatives for that matter, would vote against the resolution. The worst they would do would be to abstain. But—adoption of a resolution by the subcommission is only the first step. The group is a unit of the Commission on Human Rights, and can only recommend any desired action to the full Commission. Let us say that the full Commission would accept the subcommission's recommendation. That would be step No. 2. Then the full commission would send the draft on—to the Economic and Social Council, the UN organ that has jurisdiction over the Commission. The Economic and Social Council—ECOSOC, as it is called here—can also do no more than recommend. Its recommendation goes to the General Assembly. When and if that is done, step No. 3 will have been accomplished. The General Assembly would, presumably, put the resolution on its agenda. At the next session of the General Assembly—perhaps by September of 1960—the item would be allocated to the Assembly committee dealing with such matters, the Social. Cultural and Humanitarian Committee. The committee would debate the draftstep No. 4. An idea of how this committee operates may be obtained by judging the committee's work in regard to two draft covenants on human rights, which it has been debating since 1954. During these six years, the committee has not yet finished debate on the two draft covenants. Let us say that, sooner or later, the committee will adopt the resolution. That would complete step No. 4. Then—the resolution would go to a plenary meeting of the General Assembly. If—and when— the Assembly itself adopts the resolution, step No 5 will have been taken. Then? After all these steps, the resolution will still be only a recommendation—one which the member states of the United Nations may implement, or not as they see fit. eventualities might bring new peril not only to German Jews but to the estimated 3.000,000 Jews trapped behind the Iron Curtain. An analysis of the "new" German army revealed that one enlisted fanatic was discharged for disseminating antiJewish literature in a barracks. But the Army's Inspector General, Adolf Heusinger. who planned military strategy for Hitler, remained in the post. The Bundeswehr's high command includes generals who collaborated in the Nazi murder of 6,000.000 Jews. The Bundeswehr also admits former SS and SA men. Adenauer has held forth eloquently against anti-Semitism. But a look at his close associates is shocking. His right-hand man. Hans Globke, wrote the official commentaries on the Nazi race laws. Gerhard Schroeder. Adenauer's Minister of Interior, the nation's highest police official, is a former storm trooper. Theodor Oberlander, Bonn's Minister of Refugees, served as an SS captain detailed to the viciously anti-Jewish Vlassov army of pro-Nazi Ukrainians. Minister of Justice Fritz Schaeffer has authorized large pensions to ex-Nazis but attacked the program for restitution to victims of Nazism. Jewish groups called at the German Embassy in Washington to express concern over anti-Semitic vandalism which erupted early this month. They met with Ambassador Wilhelm Grewe, who gave gracious assurances of his consideration. Yet the ambassador was himself a Nazi. He wrote articles for Hitler's periodicals, among them Auswartige Politik. As a member of the university professors' group of the Nazi party, he worked with the Deutsches Auslandswissenschaftliches Inslitut. Dr. Grewe's reports may have been read in Bonn by Dr. Felix Gaerte, legation counsellor in the West German Foreign Ministry. Dr. Gaerte is deeply interested in Jewish problems. He served as SS-Untersturmfuhrer in the Reich Security Office and also in the SS Racial and Settlement Bureau. He participated in the deportation of "nonAryans," mostly Jews, to concentration camps. What were the innermost feelings of Dr. Walter Becker, West German Ambassador in Cairo? In his dealings with the United Arab Republic, Dr. Becker must occasionally recall his former service as an SS-Oberfuhrer and special commissioner of the Nazi Party. Once West Germany holds the trump card of nuclear armament, it may care much leas about world public opinion. The old swagger and arrogance might re-emerge. That is the opinion of Washington elements concerned lest the United States create a terrifying menace in the hope of securing a powerful ally. Is West Germany destined to become a new Frankenstein's monster? Her friends, including Israeli Premier Ben-Gurion, hope not. They would like to see genuine democracy emerge. A sure sign of such democracy would be a purge of Nazis in important positions. Another indication would be a thorough overhaul of the school system to teach the full truth about the enormous crimes of the Hitler era. little Jew-boy on no gangster either. Mr. Richler is too much a realist to work in the' flat tones of black end white The drive for money takes this feverish hero far from St Urbain Street, away from his father. Max, an easyaoing taxi driver who doea a bit of procuring on the aide, and his brother. Lennie. the fairhaired jnedical student. It takes him to a Jewish resort in the Laurentians. where he spends a summer waiting tables (among other things), into an association with an alcoholic director who produces avant-garde movies out of bar-mitzvah ceremonies, which Duddy sells to the rich parents, into some border smuggling with the local racketeer, a cripple known as Jerry Dingleman, the Boy Wonder. Author Richler writes with\ a tumultuous kind of power. His ear for speech ia perfect, and tome of the scenes are pure comedy. The showing of the bar-mitzvah film, for instance, just skirts burlesque, while many of the more candid dialogues are saved from vulgarity by their pure humor. The book has an odd unfinished quality, perhaps because there is a problem, posed but undeveloped, between Duddy's real regard for his Zayde and his rejection by him. It may be that this is the final focus of Mr. Richler's flawless camera-eye: that to reckon, in this casual, human way, the price paid for success is simply the crowning reality in a book filled with realities. %  .., ,, %  >: mm Overseas Newsletter: B y ELIAHU SALPETER International Scheme Jerusalem eOR ISRAEL, the signs which in %  the past weeks again,demonstrated the virulence of anti-Semitism and the tenacity with which the Nazi infection survives in all four corners of the globe, bore a crucial significance in more than one respect. As the land where moat survivors of the Nazism found a new life, hundreds of thousands of Israelis know from tragic personal experience the meaning of the swastika. There is practically not a single soul among that third of Israel's population who were born in Europe who did not have a child, parent, brother or sister, husband or wife, or some other close relative among the six milion Jews muredered by the Nazis during World War II. Moreover, Israel and Israelis are strongly conscious of their obligation to defend Jews prosecuted for their race or religion anywhere abroad. This consciousness motivated the Israel government when it sent notes to the governments of all countries where anti-Semitic outbreaks recently occurred. In the notes, the government statement condemning the outbeak of anti-Semitism in the Knesset was brought to the attention of all countries concerned. Some thought that the notes should have been sent to all countries maintaining relations with Israel, to avoid ill-feeling on the part of the countries "singled out" for Israel's attention. Others thought that the notes should have been sent only to those countries where more serious or widespread outbreaks occurred. There was, however, hardly anybody here who doubted Israel's duty to raise Its voice clearly in this matter. Significantly, the government statement in the Knesset was not made by Prime Minister BenGurion, but by Justice Minister Pinhas Roeen, self born and raised in Germany. Between You and" Me: BORIS SMOLAR Will the Two AJC's Merge to Become One? WHEN OFFICIALS of the American. ** Jewish Congress participate in public conferences sponsored by the Ameri can Jewish Committee—and when their I names are listed in the American Jewish Committee program—it can definitely be considered as news. This is exactly what happened at the dedication events of the Institute of Human Relations of the American Jewish Committee. Two leading officials of t American Jewish Congress-Will Ma slow and Leo Pfeffer -were on the program of the discussions on intergroun relations which marked the dedication of the AmeriS! Jewish Committee's Institute. American Does this mean that the areas of interests nf th. American Jewish Committee and the AmeHrfn ?! I Congress do not differ so widelv aa m.n. %  Jewuh believe' Some observer, .^dyin T'vZ^TL" ferences and deliberations held durL ihJ t ?. ??' ££!= *•** h.t r w n iih,r a ;rs American-born Jews, the need for two organizations working in the same field is less understood. The ideologies which led to the establishment ef the American Jewish Congress as diatinct from the American Jewish Committee have practically disappeared. Today, the American Jewish Committee is no loafer considered an organization of "asRimilated•• Jews, end the American Jewish Congress is no longer an organization ef "immigrant Jews. In fact, some of the leader, of the American Jewish Congress take a more "animilated" attitude toward certain problems than some of the leaders of the American Jewish Committee. It was not for nothing that ur. Joachim Pnnz. when he became president of the American Jewish Congress, insisted that the Congress snouid become more "Jewish." At the same time, the president of the American Jewish Committee. Herbert Ehrmann, is weU known lor his aeep feelings fpr things Jewish. A Kentucky-born lawyer. ni. Ii Va .t m n P rom n ent Boston resident, he beet disr,i K A *t ,ee, B bv educating his son to become a vong.ess will cease to exist as two separ.te-andi .rfinn L 1 8hrmk wilh ,D •""ch of time there will be no ganizations becomes more and more ~ H i uom oractivities ni ..w t --i—•.* ..••-....... — a membership of body Can ** mer ed •• conducted by one



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5.19M +JelstirhridKbn Pag 9-A HTEER AID TO COMBINED APPEAL! Temple Men's Clubs Join With Jewish War Veterans In Outpouring of Assistance to City-Wide Campaign TRIPLES MEK'CUIB JUDGE MILTON A. FRIEDMAN (right), and Paul Seiderman (notshown) will head up the CJA General Solicitation. Full cooperation is assured by (left to right) Judge Harry A. Greenberg, president of Templ< Beth Sholom; Jack Wagner, president of Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club; Robert H. Newman, president of Temple Beth Am; and William E Gladstone, president of Temple Israel Men's Club. The door-to-door project will require al least 2.000 volunteer workers. ALLEN GOLDBERG, president of Temple Emanu-ElMens Club, reports his members have also agreed to ISiw full support to CJA-s General Solicitation projecton Miami Beach Shown with him are (left) Dan Leune coordinator and (seated right) Joseph Abelow.and (standing right) Michael Sossin, co-chairmen. r^K ->i %  m. & ^ ;:£, SIDNEY M. ARONOVITZ (seated), president of Beth David Synagogue, is shown with Charles Z. Spingarn, president of the Men's Club of Beth David, preparing volunteer lists for the GiA-General Solicitation. Already enrolled are Dr. Morris Kleiman. Irving Rosen. Maurice Hyman, Harold Bermy. Albert Quadow, William Berson. Max Jacobson. Bernard Segal. Fred Sandier and George Rachlin. FOUR TEMPLE PRESIDENTS will urge their members to call on nearly 10.000 potential contributors to CJA during the General £***£. PUgI e Jjjg Diamond, president. M.ntuello Park Jewish Center; Sam H Lubell pre* ^ • J^ "P'e Sinai of North Miami: Irving Newmark, second vice president ofJcmpk. Ju*Mi. and Edward N. Moore, president, Flagler Granada Jewish Center, and Judge Friedman. WILLIAM E. GLADSTONE (right), president of Temple Israel Men s Club, meets with deft to right) Judge Harry A. Greenberg, president of Temple Beth Sholom, Jack Wagner, president of Men's Club of Beth Sholom. and Robert H Newman, pres. of Temple Beth Am, to plan recruitment for workers in CJA General Solicitation. First volunteers to sign up at Temple Israel were Meyer Kronenberg Ralph Nernberg. Ben Silberman. Irving Gladstone. Hyman Kaplan. Mrs. Naomi Silverman. Bernard Lubschutz. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Marx, Sara DeLott, Herman Binder and Herbert P. Blumberg, according to Gladstone. JEWISH WAR VETERANS Posts of Greater Miami this week announced their units will supply CJA with manpower. Percy Friedlander (left] is a past regional vice commander and a member of Surfside He will be chairman of General Solicitation for JWV. Co-chairman will be Harry Cohen (right).



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Friday, February 5, 1960 •. Jr** ##. n* r /W*>+r> Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 4*590-0 IN UK: Estate of LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 60C 992 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Pel M>ll Havi ,ms or I lamanda ASfllfl notified ud required i" ureaenl any etajim and demand! : maj have against the esf ANNA I.i:\l\E deceased late .f i I.KI. County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file i., In thali offices. In the i"ounly Courthotiae in Dsde County, PlorIda, within right calendar month* 'rein tic'ii it >>1 the firMt publication HI"' will be barred, run.ir I.EVINE I'M I. KWITNEY HUM nay I'.'" I.inc.In Koail Miami Beach, Fla. 2/5-12-I9-2H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai the undersigned, desiring t<, • TIKUC.. in %  a under the fictitious name <>. '.I-ISI It I: LAKES MOTEL at Lake IThcld. Ha.. Intends to register said name with lite clerk of the Circuit '"irt (if l>sde County, Florida. MITf-IIF.I. P MM.I 1 R 2/5-12-1S-2* Officers of Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges discuss program of the one-day Institute on Adult Jewish Education at the Lucerne hotel on Sunday at 2 p.m. Seated is Jerome G. Greene, president. Standing (left to right) '-are Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Temple Zamore, state chairman of Adult Education Institutes; Sam Nieberg, Federation presidentelect; Arnold Ellison, district membership director; and Jack Wilson, State Federation treasurer. Institute will consist of lectures on "What Makes a Jew" and "The Story and Use of the Daily Psalms." Faculty includes Prof. Dean Epley, of the University of Miami; Louis Schwartzman, of the Buerau of Jewish Education; Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffee, Temple Beth El. Hollywood; Dr. Donald Michaelson, Hillel director, University of Miami; and Rabbi Hurwitz. If of L •few Yerfc. Hotel Magnate Dead at 63 Al S. Tisch, 68, of the Americana hotel at Bal Harbour, died Feb. 1 in a Houton hospital. A native of New York, he was chairman of the board of the Americana and Tisch Hotels, Inc. He is survived by his two sons, Preston and Laurence; wife, Sayt)e: sister, Mrs. Jean Weinberg; and seven grandchildren. In IMC, ha fMw* Ma two asm \\rym, wM*h *m twnad WIT mo I wlaMauj a in •€••• of MS million. Preston la pi saiiMil of the Americana and Tisch Hatata, Inc., and Lawrence Is a beard eew's Theatres of Mr. Tisch was widely known in civic and philanthropic circles in New Jersey and Florida. He main tained a borne in Deal, N. J.. and had been In the Texas hospital for two weeks. Services were Feb. 2 in New York. LEGAL NOTICE JOSEPH WEINSTEIN "T4. of SSI NW 11th ave.. died Jan 30 a e came here 20 years aa-o from Pas,lc. N.J. SurvMmr are his Wife, liana, anfl two atsters. Mrs. Millie Ha* and Mra. Mary Schweltaer. Service* were Jan. 31 at Oordon Funeral Home.LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR "The South's most beautiful Jewish cemetery" 30 Minutet from the Beech Via The New 36th St. Causeway JE 1-5369 CHARLES A. KALT 45. of Detroit 'and Miami Reach, died In Petn.lt Jan. Si. He maintained a home at 821 W. Mth st. Survivors include his wife, three sons, a sister, Mra. Shirley Slrkln. 3092 S\V 16th st.. nnd four brothers. He was In the furniture business. Services and burial were In Detroit. I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 4*W3 C IN RE: Estate „f ADA I. ROSARKi I 'ft Til^I'll NOTICE TO CREDITORS i To All Creditors and All Persona HavIItie Claim-, or Demands Against Said Kstat. You are herebv notified and retpilr|ed to present any claims and demands I which you may have aaalnst the estate of ALA I KONARIO deceased late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the sanie In the offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Or the same will lie barred. ETHEL I. DAVY So N MAX P. BNGRL. Attorney •IK". Blscayne Building Miami 32, Florida 2/.-.-12-1S-JS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 50C 046 IN RE: ADol'TIoN OK MALE MINORS. CHRISTOPHER HoNALD WOOD and DAVl 11 SCOTT WOOD. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO; DONALD RPKNCBR WOOD Residence and w hereaboutunknown TOO, DONALD SI'KMKIt WOOD, are hereby notified that a Petition fol Adoption of the male minors, CHRIS1-orilEIL lJ.NAl,li WOOD anil DAVID s.-rPPT WOOD, ins been fil-,1 in the Circuit Court of I lade County. Florida, and said cause Is set down for hearing-. 9 a.m., on the sth day c,t Mai.h, l'.mo, before the Honorable .1. FRITZ OORDON, MM ..f the Judges Of the above styled Court. In Chambers at the Courthouse. Miami. Du.le (..iint'. Florida, ami inu anhe r e h ) <<>mtii.in'lcd to be nml appear m saM Coon lo show eause why said Petition should not IK(ranted If you fail to da so. said Petition will be erante.l This notice shall lie publish,.! once each week for four conaecutlve weeks in Till: JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Mot lila. this 3rd .lay of February. A.D., l)i. H II LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dsde County, Florida .seal) lly: WM. W BTOCKINO, Deputy i"l,rk SOL \I.EX \NDER Attorn. ^ for Pi ttUonei one Lincoln Road Building; Miami Reach, Florida is-ia-M •ir OUR SPECIALTY ir CONDOLENCE BASKETS FMSNir PACKED aa. DILIVERED WITHIN THE MOUI FRUIT CIRCUS 1698 S.W. Flogler Ter. • PHONE • %  fr FR 3-9275—FR 1-2511 -ir NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HARRIS APARTMENTS at 7S4S Byron Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SAUL HARRIS ETHEL HARRIS KOVNER A. MANNIIEIMEH Attoroeyi for Baal aad Ethel Harris I .'i-u-1:.-.'.; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it The undersicneil. desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of RALPH'S Ll'OOAOE AND JEWELRY at '.'ii N Ki ue. Homestead, Florida Intends t" reStat) with .tinClerk of the circuit Courl "f Dole <" %  ..int\. Florida. R VI.I'll R Mil 'KL, Bole nwn.-i I DAVID MERMAN > ttorn< > '"i applicant .1 s Krome Ave., 11 Fla. • %  P ft: SAVE,-104l % FARM f a "* l d t-S ReaeTllAI DPR AMMIll PER ANNUM (CURRENT RATE) "On • i Notion's O/dcsi and Irrgeil" j0ade Federal a/AV'/Noi ana LOAN ASSO /ANON of MIAMI JUStPH M IIP'ON, Pteiidtnl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN that M.!, %  >V \ CHINCH Bl'H si'i: WISH %  ,t ;...\ W IsMh SI 'i lo) l<:i %  aid o.itn, •it. nil Court of Da.le CoUBly, Florida ] R INK STEIN. H I. iwner i2-l-i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT JF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY NO. toe 100a CAROLE SPONDKR. Plaintiff, vs ME1.VYN W HltlXIIKR, I *, f. n.l.int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Mr Melvyn W. Spondrr 29 \Ve 7th Street New York City. New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Dlvon. baa been filed sgalnat you. and you are requlr-. ..,1 to serve a copv of your Answer or Pleadinu to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. LAWRENCE I HOLLANDER. Suite 2<*. 10 Northea-t 7-tli Street. Miaanl 3*. HotMh aad Hie the original Answer 01 Pi! adlna In the office of th,i :• h ,,t th. Circuit I'ourt on or N-fore the 7th day Of March, lliiii If you fall to in.lament b] dofavil "in at tak.n aaainst you for the relief dem.mded In Hie Bill of Complaint. This notice shall Ii.published once each week f'.r four consecutive weeks o rm: JEWISH i i.-iRiDi VN DONE NI> ORDERED Bl Miami Florida daj of %  "• < \ D l.E \TMI:I:M AN. CI< rk. I ii.,1.. onnt\. Bj I. SNEEDEN, if Clerk i UH;r\(T I IDil.LANDER nev for llnlntlff %  N I" T'.'tll St vTRCHNIA PAULINE WILLIAM 11, f. ii. lam. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Virginia Paulina Williamson I "t.-iMlant c ild Ro well Road Bmj i no, i la. irgla Y..11 an ii.i.iv. notified thai a BUI ol Complaint for Divorce hat filed against you, and you alt %  soli i l • ip> of youi till oi Reading to th.Bill of Complaint on th.' plaintiff's Attorney, MILT \ FRIEDMAN, 1111 Alnsley Bid*., Miami '1L', Ila m.I tile the ori| n il Answer "i ('leading iii the office of the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or before the 7th daj ..r March. I*8 If iron fall to do to, Judgment l.v il.-fa'ilt will bt laki n acalnal you foi the relief ilemandi.l ill the Bill of 0 plaint. This BOtlce shall l>e published once each woek for four conaecutlve w.eka in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN, DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Floriila. this 1st day of hel.rn ., AD. 14C" E B LEATHERMAN, Clark, Clrcull Court, Dada County, norlda Isesll By; I. SNEEDEN Deputy CMrk MILTON A I-RIEDMAN Attorney f..r Plaintiff 1111 Alnsl-y llldg. Miami Pla.—FB l-r>4 S/.-.-12-1 S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. atC 1058 MINNIE LEE PENERToN. Plaintiff. vs. RUFT8 PENERTON, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, RI'I'I'S PENERTON. address unknown, are hereby nfitlflc.l th: Complaint for Divorce has bo against vim. and you are required to serve a copy if your Answer to Complaint on the plaintiffs attot • MAX P. ENGEL, JU5 Bhjiayne Building. Miami, Florida, and to file the original in the office of the Clerk of th) Clrcull Court on or liefore the 4th ,1., of Mardi. 1980: In default "f wiieii th. Complalnl will be taken aconfessed against yon DATED this ^!rd day of February, IMA al Miami. Florida. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Flo"ida, B) WM W BTOCKINO Depute C* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, lit CHANCERY No. 0C 1054 MIRIAM ROBERTS .loEL. Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM V JOEL. Defendant. TO will.I IM V JOEL IVfendant 141 Alliermarle Place Yonkers. New York You are required to serve a cop. of rnur answer to the BiH of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney aad to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .ir before the .th day of March, AD. lMo; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed hv urn Dated at Miami. Florida, this the Jrd dav of Fehninrv. IMn. E II LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court. I>ade Countv. Florida By: K M l.YM\N Deput) Clerk Mil TUN A FRIEDMAN Utorne) for l-i.intlff 1111 Alnslev Bide Miami r_>. Fto-—TB l-StM I 1 V 5 Convenient Offices Smrve Dade County J RESOURCES EXCEED US MILLION DOLLARS^ GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12TT, Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PUFSIDENT IKE GORDON FUNHAl DIfrCTOR NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JTHC IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 48577 IN RE ESTATE OF 11 win HIRfffl IVceil NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml cr. ditora and All Perm n I AgkMal You and ea.-h of you are he notlfli '" i xy a nd d> '"•• ".iv< hi. 'i you, or • ,rf you, ma> have attains! DAVID IB!: I i .;I.I. 'ount) Floi Ida, lo II. norabb I Judge* Count %  in ..Ida. within eight ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Da* fmljr. Flo, i.la w lihln e.Bht PI ORiDA IN AND FOR DADE months from Ih. dat. oftna L COUNTY. IN CHANCERY '•"•', „ hereof. Sad claims No. fsX: 1037 ""'' "" BL XN.'IIE E v.rRlDUE, Ptali ..ni\i I KARTRIDQB, 1 '. tcliinf SUIT FOR DIVORCE M Eastrl.lae i lllns Chilli..wl,. Vlntlnla You • notified that s Bill i' > h I an.I you ..,! t,, -'v ,.f \,ur Ana) in, ...I na lo Ih. Bill of i %  oini.lalnl on the plaintiff.ttomej LAWRENCE I llnl.l.ANDKH, Suite ?S. lOfdl I, FlorIrtn alerk ol for,the Tth if yon fall to flo laki n %  ompnttnl in ml and lo b< i said, ir %  „ ill i s, tn.n in.lt of \. • BTLVIA HIRSH, ^ Executrix of the Laal Will and T-.-tamcnt of David HI K. iVNEB .^ M \NNMClMi:iI Alton:, nix Flrol publication on January 2S, 11. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. eoc 5so CHOT, Plaintiff, \s |. >||\\ Y Hi IT, ^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION This 1.. %  i \\v II. >Y IFW1SH f'l.ORll HAN • >1 t" flie \i: v\i. ni of divorce, with the Clerk f I B UE ITHERM kN. ilalnl will be taken a %  'll'.IIM VN. Clerk, ntv, Florida K \1 LTMAN, 1 ^y, 2 r.-H I, svrr: I.AWR 1 iff Fhilte :.•)>* 1"" N E I9tll St. Mi.noi IS, PI : ids,



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Friday. February 5. 1960 Kim I st> ncrkffan BBBBBB1 Jf %  ?§ t/ Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations |plans annual Interfaith Institute at Temple ;ih Sholom on Feb. 11. Rabbi Leon Kronish Iwill speak on "Peace as Reflected in the Art jnd Architecture of the Synagogue." Cantor IDavid Conviser will discuss "How Peace and %  Brotherhood are Reflected in Jewish Music." IShown (left to right) aim Mrs. Parks Hunter. lit president. United Church Women, alternate sponsor with FJWO of the annual function; Mrs. Jean C Lehman. FJWO president; Mrs. A. S. Decesare. chairman of the Christian Social Relations Department of United Church Women; and Rabbi Kronish. Mrs. Aaron Farr is chairman of the Institute. f aad Plans First Banquet Henry Groudan. president of the bommunity Vaad Hakashruth, an limn<•< %  .the forthcoming first annual banquet of the Vaad Saturday fc; Jit. Feb. 20, 8 p.m.. at the Royal iunar.;:. Kosher restaurant. "The (ommunlty Vaad HakaIhruth. which is a non-profit public sen ice organization, is represented by the majority of the Or tiodox congregations of Greater Miami." Groudan said, "and features many safeguards concerning Itashruih supervision, including the elimination of a charge for a kosher identification ring on kosher poultry." Groudan declared that "the Community Vaad Hakashruth is work ing under the rabbinic guidance of the Orthodox Beth Dm of Great ,er Miami, whose members include the spiritual leaders of Kneseth Israel Congregation, Rabbi David Lehrfield; Beth Israel Con gregation. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman; Miami Hebrew Congregation, Rabbi Hershel Saviile; Beth El Congregation, Rabbi Solomon Schiff; and Beth Jacob Congregation, Rabbi Tibor H. Stern." The presidents of these congregations will be co-chairmen of the banquet. ha MIAMI AIROAD BY SNIP OVERNIGHT Mondays %  % % %  i m i i m i j Ms* TO NASSAU! \ ndayi and Fridays (5 PM) Yeshurun Ladies Plan Affair Sisterhood of Temple Adath Yeshurun will hold a paid-up membership affair Feb. 23 at the Unified bldg. Membership chairman is Mrs. Jack Lipsiner. Committee includes Mesdames Donald Simon. Robert Blank, V. Bloom. Edith Whitebrook, Lester Siegal, R. Levy, and David Fisher. Dues chairman is Mrs. Samuel Canner. ffOMtfuy lo.ooo roN TRANSATLANTIC AKOSA STA; 3-OAY, All IX-INM CIUIM 1 oiffe*. S m.ak a...... ,M. ''<> %  > *M plui la* $*'> •• four Jtofof SOUND-TRIP IXCURSION S alfht,, 4 m.ol. aboard tnia from '39 plu> to* Afon.ice/lo PTA to Meet Regular monthly meeting of the religious school PTA of the Congregation of Monticello Park will be held Wednesday evening at the Center. A Festival of Jewish Music in honor of Jewish Music Month will be the theme. Guests include Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum with the Adult and Junior Choirs, Young Judea Israeli Dance Group, and Mrs. Michel Gruen and students of the religious school. LXKk-io^loak. aarviae... froa* UM bwit of Miami to Ik. heart of Nwni •I luou Bay Straai. Laraaat. moat luiunaua paaaaacar nniinitii...„. out of Miami. rtm f*o4. dancm.. thraa cocktail loungaa. Sboppta* "Iportunitiaa in Naaaau nun you can aava a* mack on purchaeae aa < "at of trip; op to MOO In raarchandiae may ba brought back duty fraal ^por. ^lowad. Write for folder showing all details. Gan.ro! ''*' '• **•""''• norhia • Fhaaa FR J-SJl1 or too yoor Iraval aaaat OR— we. H oyt onrtl fcSJ Ml—fssdSBS 10 AM-J PM Hurry I Mmkm your rmamrvmtlon* Now 1 1 New Day Camp Told Temple Sinai of North Miami announces the formation of a new Day Camp beginning in June, under the direction of Dr. Francis Haas, principal of North Miami Junior High School. The camp will be restricted to no more than 100 children, and will offer daily swimming, athletics, arts and crafts, dramatics, music, horseback-riding, field trips, and weekly religious services. K BETH EL CONGREGATION 500 S.VV. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida Phone FR 9-3004 •rtirnfi The WorM ••nownen* CANTOR DAVID JACOB :np"irn m jrn FrMcy, Ftkmory 12 5:30 P.M. SHABBAS SHIKAM Saturday, Ftbroary 13th 1:30 A.M. 6i AND concur Sunday, Ftkmary 14tk I 00 P.M. For Tickats and Information Contact Oor Office Rabbi Heim Reviews Book Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood was to hold its regular monthly luncheon at the Temple, 951 Flamingo Way, on Thursday. Rabbi Leo Heim was to review "This is My God," by Herman Wouk. In charge of reservations was Mrs. Max Lebowitz. Veterans Entertained Murray Solomon Post and Aux iliary, Jewish War Veterans will hold a party for patients at VetI erans Administration Hospital in Coral Gables. Ward 17, on Saturi day evening. The auxiliary was joined by the women's group of Hialeah Miami Springs Post in a party at the hospital last Wednesday. Junior Theatre Guild of the i Hialeah Auxiliary performed. Page 7-B Miami Hadassah Meetings Slated Torah group of the Miami chapter of Hadassah will meet Monday noon, Feb. 8, at Westview Country Club for its annual H-Day luncheon. Program will include aj auction. Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt is reservations chairman. • a o Chaim Wtiimann group Will meet Monday evening, 8:15 p.m., at Miami Pioneer Club, 250 NW North River dr. The function is a ( p aid-up membership party. Mrs. I William Winkler is membership chairman. • 00 Alborf Einstein group meets Monday noon at the Voyager motel. Program will highlight a "White Elephant" sale. • 00 Choi group meets at the Voyager j motel Monday evening. Highlight of the proceedings will be a skit. | "Columbus Discovered Hadassah." a a a Mr. Scopus group meets Monday. 1 p.m., at the Masonic Hall, 41 Valencia, Coral Gables. Guest speaker will be Mrs. H. C. Moser, in a talk on "Medical Center and American Affairs." a a a Naomi group will introduce its nominating committee at an 8:30 p.m. meeting Monday evening in the Park Lane Cafeteria. a a a Monoroh group of Hadassah will Annual Membership Brunch Coral chapter of the American Medical Center at Denver will hold its annual membership brunch Wednesday noon, Feb. 24, at the home of Mrs. George Rosen, 749 Paradiso, Coral Gables. Mrs. Irving Rubinstein is membership jne %  president and chairman of the. function. leap Year Social "Sweetheart Leap Year Social," featuring a dance contest and games, will be presented by Singles Limited on Sunday, 8:30 p.m.. at the Alcaar hotel. Single Jewish men and women between the ages of 25 and 45 are invited. Psychologist in Talk Miatni psychologist Dr. Seymour Blumenthal was to discuss "Why Marriage?" at a meeting Thursday of the North Bay Village Lions Club at 7:30 p.m. in Nick and Arthur's restaurant. Judge William Brody is chairman. meet for luncheon on Monday. 11:30 a.m., at the Everglades hotel. H-Day will be the theme of the meeting. • • • Tikvah group will meet Thursday evening, Feb. 11, at the home of Mrs. B. Teitler. Jewish Music Month will be highlight of the program. j;tr/v./v. ;•• .a* •• •• KLM "FOLLOW THE SUN TO ISRAEL TOURS low season bargain rates special reductions for families See Israel and save! KLM "Follow the Sun to Israel" tours bring" you lowest off-season rates ... hundreds of dollars in Family Plan sayings... and you can fly now, pay later! All of Israel's historical sites and modern resorts are yours on this KLM 16-day tour. You visit shrines, holy places, enjoy festivals and folk dances, meet people from 75 lands the world over. The price is (1182.10 ($1032.10 for additional members of your immediate family) and it covers just about everything. Hotel accommodations, most meals, sightseeing and round-trip economy class air fare from Miami. Service from Houston and New York oi world-famous KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Departures through February. Extension tours to Italy, the Riviera, Switzerland, France also available. THE WORLDS FIRST AIRLINE I I I I I I la. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, oept JF-S Columbus Hotel, 308 N.E. First St., Miami "kJM tond m romplett information about Hi* KLM tourt, "Follow tk* Sun to Israel'. AddrastCltjr. My travel int I



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Friday. February 5. ^960 vJmlsti thrkKan Page 13-B ar JHitzval* e for You" is a new feature of th A*isMBd.an. A corsage is tree for the asking, and will be pTesentI! re each r other of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah if requested-* month in advance. Lerry Grobornick Rabbi Leon KronUh wll officiate. Robert is the son of Dr. and Mr>. William Iver, 4427 Nautilus dr. He is a student in the Beth Sholom confirmation class of 5722. • • • Konnoth UMO Saturday morning services of Temple Emanu-El on J"eb. 6 will include the Bar Mitzvah. of Ken neth Joel Usen. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. Kenneth is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Usen. A student in seventh grade of Ida M. Fisher Junior High. Kenneth attends Temple Emanu-El re ALAN Reception in Kenneth's honor will be held Saturday afternoon at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mclter. Out-, of-town guests will include Mr. and Mrs. A. Melter. Maplewood, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. William Kletter. New \ York City: and George Melter, Long Beach, N. Y. Temple Eunnu-El will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Larry Grabarnick on Saturday, Feb. 6, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (irabarniek, is a seventh grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, and attends Temple EmanuEl rcligioui school. Reception will be held in his honor Saturday afternoon at Michel > restaurant. • • • Alan Coemerman Bar M.uvab of Alan Ben Cooperman .!! take place on Saturday mormr. Feb. I, it Torah Temple. with fii-'jbi Abraham Cassel offi ciatine %  ;i ntor'Joseph Malek, the Bar M.'.zvah's uncle, will render the mu-.cal %  prtiens of the liturgy. Alan .the Mm of Mr. and Mr.. I ( ooperman. 1551 Lenox avi Hi attends seventh grade at Ida M Fisher Junior High, where he UJon this year's Optimist iootlKii! learn. Kidd ,-h will follow the service. Reop: :i in Alan's honor will take plan f fnf ("ooperman home on Suncl.v. Guests will include his grandparents* Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coorr.Trl.'^Cffalo. N. Y.. and Reach, jn^ JevTMax Weiss, New „•••• • Robert Friedman • at Mr. and Mrs. Iman. 520 SW 29th it v.%! Mitzvah on Saturday no • tin'30'. at the Israelite (8 Habbk Morton Malavsky ff.y^.u, UiU a ii!iir I OUtl CO" hcrjr^ 9 ,'hF ceremony con ducted by his grandmother. Susan Brody Rabh: Mayer Abramowitz will officiate at the Bas Mitzvah of SuS'S s S"Sr 5 1 Students to Open Schools'CJ Appeal Susan* is the daughter of Mrs. j Some 3,000 students are expectMeyer Gisser, and Mrs. Nathan Dorothy Brody. 7411 Carlyle ave. J gj to attend the inter-school Mu-1 Robinowitz. She is a student m the religious, s j c Festival sponsored by the Buschool of the Center, and attends reau G f Jewish Education for the The Jewish National Fund awards will be made by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chairman of the Florida region of the Jewish National Fund. Louis Schwartzman. executive Nautilus Junior High. Jewish schools of Greater Miami. • The festival will be held at the Robert Ivar Miami Bayfront Auditorium. 320 Bar Miizvah of Robert Iver will NE 5th St., on Sunday at 10 a.m. <"' ii 'i bratedt Saturday morning, I Feb. e^mp^ BM2S2l? *BB j ** f £ : Jewish Appeal campaign will cele-! --J t-m***^ ~^ bra e n e i J. eS h / L f,l7hp|kin, president of the Bureau of and w II be the occa>.pn fo the £ Educa tion. Mrs. Aaron .presenting of Jewish National Wo men\s Div,s,on of | Fund awards to six JewiS school, Fedtirjtu)n ^ ^^ ^ sembled students on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal camTHI MSTINI|0$Hro OSMER FOODS DINNERS from $ 1.35 Choice of 17 Main Courses Free Wine, Soltztr 4 Knishos WE RETAIL DELICATESSEN 1141 Washington Ave. B.jutifullv Catered Affairs Call JE 4-2655 KOSHfR MEALS INCL. day per person, double occ. Mar. 15 to Apr. 1. 15 of 115 rooms. Other rotes available I'nder RnliMnlcal Supervltion f •h. Rabbi I ii 1, II EVC Dietary Ll*I Sabbath Oter/ed. Religious services daily on prem>aet. Special salt and diabetic diet. Steakt. Choos Roasts daily. FREE W TV in every rm—Parking 15 Other Feature* — On the Ocean — Private Beach-Pool. 1741 Collins Ave. M.B. Cantor Komgtberp, V Choir wi I conduct Passover Serv. 4. Seders STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant Oldest and best known dairy restaurant serving LUNCH and DINNERS. r*r OUR SPCCIAL ROUMANIAN CHEESE BACELS 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 ^rfW'WA^W'W'W'W'W'V/'W'W'WA-^'W'W'W'W'W^W'W'W'W'W" YOUR CJA NEEDS YOU! VOLUNTEER YOUR HELP CALL: JE 8*4331 now Headline for the morning will be the Herbert Puppef-Flaytime Show, with nationally-* amous Nat Norbert, of Brooklyn, and his puppott. The festival will also Jeature the voices of school choirs' of Congre I gation Beth David. B'nai Sholom. Monticello Park, Temple Beth Am. Temple Beth Sholom. Temple TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM NOW OPEN — Serving Daily from 5 P.M. paign in the Jewish schools. Simonhoff to be Speaker Harry Simonhoff. author and at torney. who recently returned from an extensive tour of Russia and Israel, will be guest speaker at a 2729 COLLINS AVENUE PHONES JEfferson 4-4907 JE 1-6651 ERWIN and LOUISE FRISHNET ^-^^-^^-^^-v^v^-v-~v----Vl--^^~ %  ( meeting of the Luncheon Club of Emanu-El. Temple Judea, Temple I sholem Lodge of B'nai B'nth on j Zamora, and North Shore Jewish i Friday noon. Eli Hurwitz and A TW HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSMCI CATEIIIS from fcors tfooovros to %  complete beffef Center under the direction of Cantors William Lipson, Ben Gross berg. Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. Charles Kodner, David Conviser. Israel Reich. Herman K. Gottlieb. fred Kreisler are cochairmen of the weekly luncheons at the Robert Clay hotel. Rabbi Hurwitz on TV Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, spiritual leader of Temple Zamora, will ap pear as guest speaker on a tele vision program of the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami. The program is scheduled for Friday, 7:30 a.m., over ch. 10. 170 N. W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE PR 9-7996 Unitt SwperVtion of United Koshrus Association of Croater Miami OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS Sales Program Announced A new sales incentive plan was announce.1 at a Miami Springs Villas executive luncheon attended by officials and top sales managers of Anthony Abraham Chevrol.t this week. 7200 N.W. 29th Avonuo MUCATISSI* 3D CJ Piono OX 1-0941



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Jdcry, February 5. 1960 *Jn*M nvr/cfinr Page 3-A HST tO Speak at Bond SholemLod 9 e Anniversary mow m w #^WW#I IdTl AWl/f #LS sholem Lodge 0 f B'nai Brith lodee. Meet Honoring Dayan GEN. MOSHE DAYAN Continued from Page 1 A series of air and ground shooting episodes. The conference will usher in the tenth year of MM Israel Bend drive and will formally launch this years nationwide campaign for the tale ef Israel Bond*. Announcement of Gen. Dayan's par* ticipation in the conference was made by Abraham Feinberg, president of the Israel Bond Oroanization. COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE and the SOCIETY OF THEATRE ARTS, Inc. EVES. EX. WON.: 1:30 SUNDAYS) 7:30 a.m. 3500 MAIN HIGHWAY MATS.: WD. A SAT. 1:30 a.m. NOW THRU SATURDAY, FEB. 6 SPECIAL FRIDAY MATINEE 1:30 CAROL CHANNING Starring in "SHOW BUSINESS" with "Let Quat' Jeudis" and Wally Griffin OPENS TUESDAY, FEB. 9 21 MARGARET TRUMAN •THE HAPPY TIME" Adated for the stag* by Samuel Taylor T-Ooe of Stardom's Most Hilarious Hits" % % % %  -* %  -— % %  — %  ----— --—--— %  — % %  — %  %  %  %  -. — -— • \ PLAYHOUSE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE LUNCHEONS • DINNERS • SUPPERS • COCKTAILS Geji-.Payan has, been a. prof essional soldier for over two decades. He began his career as a member of the Haganah. the Jewish defense organization in the Palestine mandate. When Gen. Orde Wingate, of the British Army, came to Palestine in 1937 to train a group of Jewish defenders to fight Arab marauders, Moshe Dayan became one of the first members of Wingate's special commando "night squads." During World War II. Gen. Dayan served as an officer in the British Army in the Middle East sector. It was in a raid against the Vichy French and the Nazis in Syria, which he helped plan, that he lost his left eye. Sholem Lodge of B'nai Brith will celebrate its 35th anniversary at the Americana hotel on Feb. 21. Founded in 1925. Sholem Lodge w ill feature the songs of Tony Martin. Proceeds wilMe donated to-charitable activities carried on by the lodge. Co-chairmen of the anniversary celebration are Edward Klein. | Sholem's president-elect, and Ber| nard Newmark. Other committee 1 members are Morton W. Palmer. Myron GeleV Harry Good — a and Martin Budnick. TODAY Ike Questions Eden Memoirs Continued from Paga 1-A fore the explosion. He indicated that both ho and John Foster Dulles, the lato Secretary of State, made known to Israel, Britain and France that if force were used, the United States would stand by its interpretation of the United Nations policy and charter. He termed his comments "footnotes" to the history of the Suez incidents. President Eisenhower dismissed to some extent a question about implementation of the Morse-Javits amendment to the Mutual Security Act empowering the President to withhold aid from nations that discriminate against Americans on a basis of religion or race. He said that he had no specific case of this kind brought before him for a long time. He emphasized that exceptions are written in the law so as to put specific cases before the President and make him decide whether or not certain action is to the best interest of the United States. Replying specifically to a question concerning Saudi Arabian discrimination against American Jews, Mr. Eisenhower indicated he would follow the recommendation of the State Department. SURF COt IrHS AVf .. )• MIAMI HACK Open 1 45 Caiy Giant IgS^g' Tony Curtis tosETTAii J 'Operation ; Petticoat' INl lat AVf Op.nl SL Mm i VL-A4AH 2ESILLA5_ ygHgHmn UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SUNDAY, FEB. 7 MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM 1:30 p.m. MONDAY, FEB. S DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM 8.30 p.m. FABIEN SEVITZKY CESARE SIEPI LEADING BASSO METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY fa "Ban's Corfounov" f Coronation, Aria and Death Scenes) with Chorus Tkk.H SI 50 to $3 50 U M Sym. MO 1-4*40. Miami ftaach Aud.. Ji 1-0477, Dad* County Aud., HI 4-M30; Cordelia's. 3-5123; Amidon's. HI 4 2070 Organizational Meet Friday First organizational meeting of the Life Membership Division of the Brandeis University Club of Greater Miami will be a luncheon at the Fontainebleau hotel. Ernest Janis, chairman of the division end a vice president of the club, will preside. Op.n6.4J TODAY cmiuten nor TheTjpVERS •sat am an at uaua rson si %  natai-a major. : ,,T MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM FEBRUARY 2nd THRU 20th O-ly 1st FWieel Bern. J*gt • AMiaiCAi as**"*' "" ^ jfy^tey OUMiS VICTOR DEMPSTER %  shltf at l:S* r.M. (N. Ska* Fak. 1 tmrn II) Mat.. I:M P.M. •*. s. C. is. It. M. M M aaSa j r Ian ItaswaSaf E.—St *a. MM. H.aa. Hi*, as.**. Mas rrMar aaa Balar4ay lm-H.N. SIM. SI s. MM. M-M. MM axiMM-MN, SIM. M.*. M.S*. M.M. SAM IA Ttt— hMta*. Tail I"*oM a M nil laMtllM A*4Ulartaa>—aahM. Mat II "ANDREA CHENIER wHh RENATA TEBALDI Great Dramatic Soprano CELEBRATING THE 20th ANNIVERSARY of the OPERA GUILD 1941 MEMBERSHIP NOW AVAILABLE Call FR 3-5967 Olympic Beach Gobies MOW PLAYING ITS ANCIcNT GLORIES ANO ITS WONDERS OF TODAY' SEE! PRIME MINISTER BEN-GURION at Ms home im the Neeev Da$art • Dramatic Sites ef Biblical Times sraei 'TS ANCIENT GLORIES AND TS WONDERS OF TODAY •m — P.— % LEON UR1S AMTMOe Of "EXOOOS .^^"IBBBJTIBISONI'J wMwciScoaF..reCHN.axor I m WHOSE M0I %  •*' "* s NINA rOCH j m. •• MAWHAt-L] LL_



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CAUSEWAY Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl I NAMES MAKE NEWS: One of Miami Beach's former veteran restaurateurs. Bill Masur, is at the reins of the restaurant in the hotel atop International Airport. Wonder how many readers remember Bill's Sandwich Shop, on Washington ave., when that area was the true "heart of the Beach in the Thirties? Off to New York for a meeting of the Linen Supply Assn. of America is B. B. Goldstein, prexy of Sanitary Linen Service Co. He's on tot board of directors of the national group. It was "happy anniversary" for the Sherman Winns—their 16th. II was celebrated at the Balmoral, which is managed by Winn. Missing from Bayshore Golf Course activities this week was Mrs. Leonold S'-hwnrtz. whn's visi'ine v-th her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Yolof, in New York. In mentioning Bayshore, we must also note that Mrs. Ida Cohen captured the President's Cup-of the Bayshore Women Golfers' Club. | It was her First "big" tournament win, and well deserved. Peggy Ginkel, probably Miami Beach's "golfing-est" gal, and chairman of the women's group, made the presentation. Mrs. Herbert Goldman ', was runner-up. Mrs. Jane Saigh won the consolation prize match. Mrs. Sanford Kimball's dancing was one of the highlights of the recent Miami Beach Civic Symphony concert. Her in-laws, the Jerry' i (Sporting Goods) Kimballs, are mighty proud of her ballet artistry— and have excellent reason to be. Irwin M. Barnett is the new Florida advertising manager of Esquire Magazine. The ninth annual Telethon for the benefit of the United Cerebral Palsy Assn. of Miami will be staged on Mar. 5 and 6 at the Miami Beach Auditorium, and telecast by ch. 7. Those dates come at the seasonal peak of show business here. As a result, you'll sec more big-name stars than ever before doing their stuff for the worthy cause. M. B. Elks prexy Murray Sheldon and son Steve joining the evergrowing father and-son Sunady twosomes at Bayshore. Lester and Charlotte Saroff and their son, Steve, also among the Sunday family fairway swingers. Druggist Jerry Warren and son Chuck (down from U. of Florida for a weekend) and attorney Sam Shapiro also tee-timing at Bayshore. •* BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: One of the more unusual entertainers around town is a young man with the name of Duke Hazlett. He's a better than average professional singer. But what, really makes him unique is that his stock in trade is singing just like Frank Sinatra, beI sides looking so much like the Number One vocalist. Hazlett is now at I the Downstairs room of the Seville. And we suggest you make reservaj tions before trying to get in the cozy room. Duke goes on six times a i night in order to take care of the crowds who like Sinatra (via Duke Hazlett). Big theatrical news is the announcement of Margaret Truman Daniels' first local appearance in front of the footlights of the Coconut drove Playhouse on Tuesday, Feb. 9, in "The Happy Time." The exPresident's daughter is no strange sight to TViewers, which medium she graced quite often before marrying the New York Times editor. One of America's best-liked night club personalities, Joe E. Lewis, is back on familiar stamping grounds, at the Eden Roc Pompeii room. Joe E.'s appearance is usually the indication the the "smart money" set is in town. The raspy-voiced comic never fails to come up with a batch of new and rib-tickling material whenever he comes to the Beach. His songs and stories are as fresh as today's headlines, and are usually inspired by the latest news trends. As if Lewis isn't enough, Harry Mufson also is introducing titian-tressed movie star Rhonda Fleming in the latest doublestar bill at the Pompeii. A truly beautiful gal is she and, so easy on the eyes and ears. | Jerry Lewis holds over at the Fontaincbleau La Ronde through : the weekend, and on Tuesday in come Milton Berle and company The effervescent laugh star last appeared here the winter before last at the I Latin Quarter and did jampacked business in March and April He is a long-time in-person in this area. "My Fair Lady" is proving as big a draw here as it has all over the nat.on. Michael Evans and Diane Todd hold down the lead roles originated by Rex Harrison and Julie Andrews in the Broadway producer. 7 m n S C rema ns at ,he Beach A^itor'um through Feb 20 2 S .fZSE* "~ "" *> ^ "* — %  **"' -ats Phil Silvers, the very familiar and popular Sgt. Bilko of TV pops up in person th.s week at the Deauville Casanova Room. inn T hC SlfKS Sh u W ,0 da,e at King Arthurs Court, in Miami Springs Villas, spo lights the talented Los Chavales de Espana. This veS group of ringer, dancers and musicians always has beenTsynonomous nation. ^ and ,herS ,n New York a "d 'round the The tall and popular host started hi rhin Can,on 'se euis.ne. —iss f %  —< -MSUogssBttaaBrRa' Long-time favorite of family-style dining seeker, i. ifc ,• hotel dining room, on Collins .v. Full courTe me.l \ I S. ""'l" | priced and tastefully prepared. $ n %  %  "•a* L^^^js^^sr^ f or ,hp %  **• *41^W16 i s now at h !" ^SifftJgStS.tX f onto r f y ih VP8e,ari r a nd < ish house: Roumanian cheese bajeb? f the •'•*•. of the I NOW OPEN 9ncomporoWe Crenel. Cuisine 9 9516 HARDING AVE. MIAMI BEACH UN6-1654 AT THE PIANO BAR DAVID LEROUX !" The REVLIN HOTEL !" KOSHER DINING ROOM Kosher Dining Room — Now Open to the Public DELUXE DINNERS from $1.65 Under Rabbinical SeserWsH* of fee Ortfcedex Vaad rfetssftrata Rabbi Or. f. H. frer Collins Ave. at 13th Street Ph. 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Friday. February 5, 1960 "JmrlstinorkMam Page 9-B €*dith &QppUL ppi yaunt O NE of the season's most glamorous affairs was held Saturday night in the Grand Ballroom o( the Fontainebleau hotel—the Diamond Jubilee dinner dance for the benefit of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Nearly 1.000 persons attended. i .i chairman Mrs. Lee Ratncr was home ill with the virus, but cochairman Mrs. Paul Rimmicr appeared in a gown made up of two fabrics. Center teams, both front and back, separated the white satin and brocade. The brocaded side was in white, gold and turquoise. The white satin side was appliqued with the floral pattern of the brocade. From the short formal Hemline in back to the floor were wide panniers, forming a n almost court train effect. To help carry out the diamond theme, she borrowed a half-million dollars worth of gems, and took along two security policemen as guards. Mrs Kimmier's shoes and handbag wen made to match her gown. Mrs. Ben Cohen wore a poppyWIN FEET? STOP SUFFERING l-E-E WIDTHS ALWAYS IN STOCK WfcDGEES. HEELS, LOArcVs, 'SCUFFS ALL COLCHIS BOB COLDNER'S TRAIL SHOES 1610 S.W. 8th STREET Miami FR 3-6863 colored red satin floor-length sheath. Softening the sheath line waa a wide pannier in the back, from the waist to the floor, of the same fabric. Her fitted bodice featured camisole fype straps. Mrs. Edward Feinstein, president of the Miami Beach chapter of the Cardiac Hospital, selected a floor-length black gown that was completely sequined, with a decollete back neckline. In addition to serving' on the advisory committee, she assisted Robert Rubenstem in decorating the ballroom. Blue candles and blue table clothes with silver dust set the color scheme. A BEAUTIFUL ensemble was ** worn by Mrs. Richard I. Berenson. whose husband is the president of the hospital. She chose a white velvet dinner gown with American Beauty red roses woven into the fabric. Her bodice was fitted with a high round ed neckline and long tapered sleeves. Her skirt was bell-shaped, and her shoes and small Parisian evening hat were in a matching American Beauty rose colored satin. Mrs. Sheldon Spec-or chose a black silk organza strapless short formal. Her skirt was composed of eight tiers of organza, and was extremely full. Mrs. Julian Lehman wore an imported white silk, brocaded in yellow and beige tones. Her fitted bodice had a low scooped neckline, and her skirl was bell-shaped. White was also the cole/ chosen by Mrs. Jack DeiberbaMra. Her satin sheath had narrow spaghetti type strapes, ajriTber skirt .featured a deep band of white cavier beads and silver-lined bugle Suggested for the rounds of cocktail parties this season is Mollie Parnis' slender cocktail dress. Of silk surrah. it combines red, green and black in the print. The gentlymolded bodice has the flattering portrait neckline and extends to a self-fold at the dropped shoulder. Soft shirring at the hip cases the slender skirt tied with a rolled self-belt. beads. Mrs. Robert Lippman wore a floor-length sheath of| green and gold brocade. featur-i ing soft horizontal tucks encircling the gown and zipped up the back. One of the most outstanding gowns of the evening was worn by Mrs. Edward Feinberg. It had a harem-draped skirt from the waist to the knees of a frosty pink chiffon. The sheath skirt, from the knees to the floor, and the fitted bodice were embroid ered in a matching pink ribbon lace and completely reembroidered in pink sequins and palliettes. Pole de Sole For Mrs. Leff Elaine Honey Brenner and Lanny Martin Leff were married Sunday, Jan. 31. at Temple Emanu-El! Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the 5 p.m. rites. ~— The couple are on a honeymoon tour of Florida, and will live in Laurel, Miss. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moc Brenner, 6796 Harding ave., Miami Beach. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Leff, 428 SW 2nd ave., Homestead. Maid of honor for her sister was Miss Maralyn Brenner. Allan Leff was best man for his brother. Ushers included Ernie Brandt and Stanley Gettis. The bride chose a peau de soie ballerina-length gown featuring a molded bodice, scooped neckline outlined with reembroidered alencon lace, and elbow-length sleeves. She carried a spray of white orchids. Newlywed Mrs. Leff graduated from Miami Beach High School and was a member of Omega Delta Psi Council. The groom attended the University of Florida, where he belonged to Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. Reception followed the ceremony at the Saxony hoteL Werner Kahn *S. LANNr Uff Fashion Show Scheduled Here Shoshana chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its second annual "Sweetheart Fashion Show" on Feb. 9 at the Algiers hotel. Richards Department Store will preview new styles. Coiffures will be by Gordon Le Dowda. Climax of the program will be a baby photo contest, featuring judges Don Barber and Bob Clayton, of ch. 7-WCKT. Mrs. Herbert Brautman is in charge of reservations. PTA'S to Mark Founders Day PTA's in Area 8, Miami Beach. I ring at Nautilus Junior High 'will observe Parent-Teacher School. Thomas D. Bailey, superintend ent of the Department of Education for the State of Florida, will discuss "Education Looks to the Future. Portraits of Distinction — From Life or Photograph by S. A. JAFNEL, the Artist Who did "THE FOUR FREEDOMS" SPECIAL BAR MITZVAH PORTRAITS IN OIIS OR PASTIL Call JE 8-6594 IE 1-3167 JE 1619 Camp Deer field LAKE LURE, NORTH CAROLINA In Tht Heart of the Blut Rido. Mta Alt. 1*00 Ft. FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS A FULL 9 WEEK, ALL INCLUSIVE TUITION FEE OF $600 (Transportation A Cantaen Extra) Cenylete araaram .1 Immi I water smarts feacMiaf Track FlaM, BoseS.ll, Basketball, Tra.ss.liae, Trips, Water Sk.MSfl, Aqoaranin,, Bawliaa, Riflery, Swimamaa, Inter Cm. Competition, Tennis FEE AISO INCLUDES LAUNDRY CAMPER INSURANCE. LINENS. BLANKETS LOCATED IN ROUEN FREE AREA. EXCELLENT FOR ASTHMA HAT FEVER, SINUS. 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Friday. February 5, 1960 +Jmisl> rhrkUan Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. iN PROBATE No. 47700-C [IN RE: Ei late of ('LARA I.1NDI.EY BASH i • ad.County Florida, within rlulu calendar month. from the .lai,.of the'flist publication \\M 1. WOOD, A Admlnlatratot „...'.'"" Testaments Amtexo PI MMKKS WARDKN Attorney — FH 4-701J 64* Ingraham BtiildlnnMlaml 32, Florida 1/22-29.2/5-12 rrnym IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 40509 B IN RE: Estate of MORRIS CORTEZ Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All IV1 sorts HavItiR Claims or DeniBndn Against Said Batata: YAu are hereby notified and required to present any claims or demand* which you may have against the estate of MORRIS CORTEZ deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of !>ade County, and file the aame In their offices In the County I'ourthinise in Dade Countv, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the name will be barred. /a/ ISADORE CORTEZ MAX R. HII.VER Attorney for Executor 922 Seybold Building Miami J2. Florida l/22-. 2/5-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. 'N CHANCERY, No. OOC 61 VINOLA DAVARITY BCTLER, Plaintiff, vs. IIIt.TON JOE HITLER. Defendant. SUIT FOR ANNULMENT OR DIVORCE TO: HILTON JOE HITLER I %  frndant Aildresi Unknown You arc hereby notified that a Bill of I'oinpialnt for Annulment or Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or I'hailing to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, NEAI. J. DUNN, 1111 Alnsley Bldg.. Miami 3:'. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Mth day of February. 1960. If you fall lo do ao. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published ones each week for four consecutive weeka In THE JEWISH FI/lRIHIAN. PONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thla 15th day of January, A.D. 1960. E H. WEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk NEAI. J. DI-NN Attorney for Plaintiff 1111 Alnsley Bids. Miami 32. Fla.-rn 1-5664 1/22-29. 2/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In, business under the fictitious name of MAQIC CITY HI'I CLEAN ERR at I0M E 24th Street, Hlaleah Intend to register said name with the Clerk or the,Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JI It EH HE M:\l. .1 DCNN Attorney for Applicants 1111 A m-lev Bldg. 1/29,2/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FXTITIOU8 NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY HIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to .-ngage In business under the fictitious name of I INC. u.\ENTERPRISES at 5*1 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla., Intenda lo register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Hoi ida iri.MS ALTMAN II w:.ii.i> SHAPIRO Attorney for Applicant 927 Lincoln Road .'-29, 2/.-.-12 •Y HENRY LEONARD MD I LEGAL NOTICE "If God helps, and H willing, and M cm healrhy, and all gem well, and w live .. I'l tee you tomorrow at two o'clock." COST. ltd NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS NAME LAW NnTli-E IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious SOVEREIGN HOTEL at 1 Collins kyenue. Miami Beach, Florida Intend Hi register said num.uiih the Clerk of the circuit Coin t ..f Had.Count) Florida. RALPH LACHMAN JEAN LACHMAN •A \i:n\M K V.WEI: Ralph Lachman and Jeiin La. -hinan • tj Trust Ilulliling Miami it, norMa 1/22-29, 2/3-12 LIGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersignrd. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of M M SERVICE CO., at 201 N.W. 73rd Street, Miami intend* to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAR-TAB CORP. 1/29, 2/3-12-19 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 1S1 JANE SHI'PLA, Plaintiff, HARRY SHUPLA. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRY SHL'PLA L'ifS AVENUE. M.S.O. 423, Fleet Post Offloe New York, New York You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, anil you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. FRANK E FREEMAN. 30* Alnaley Building, Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of February. 19*0. If you fall to do ao, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint This notice shall he published ones each week for four consecutive weeka in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thla 7th day of January, A.D. 190. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By K. M. l.YMAN. Deputy Clerk. 1/15-22-29, 2/5 LIGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NS. 47924 IN RE: Estate of SAMPEL HELLER 1 %  ••'-. isw I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which >ou may have against the estate of SAM EEL OBLUER deceased late of Dade Countv, Florida, to the County Judges of laide County, and file the -ante in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dsrda County. Florida, within right calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same win be barred AARON OBLLER, Administrator SHAPIRO AND FRIED Attorneya 1X9 Lincoln Rd., Suite 118 Miami Beach 3H, Florida .-12-19-26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. SOC 441 CORRADO ltoKDONAI.l. Plaintiff. GLORIA HoRPONALI, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Ol.ORIA HORDONAL1 Address Cnknown You are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to srrvie a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. MEI.VIN I MI'ROFF. 927 Lincoln Road. Miami I Plot ,1 1 and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Olr• ill Court on or before the ?2nd day of Fi 1*60. If you fall t so, tudginent by default will be taken rell.-f demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once rk for f.oir Consecutive weeka in THE JEWISH FMIRIDIAN I MINE \M %  %  rRDERED. at Miami. M'uldn. this 18th day of January, A D 146ft HBRM \N. cierk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (Mai) H> H. H RICE, .lit.. Deputy Clerk 1/Jt-It. I/S-ll IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. aOC 306 In re Adoption of Cynthia Diane Cesari by ROHERT M BHOG4.N, a/k/a ROBERT SHOGAN, and Joined by his wife, ELLEN S. SHOUAN, aa Petitioners. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DAN IE I, J CBSARB 5(39 Trenton. Detroit. Michigan Yol' ARE HKItKUY N iTII-'l ED that a Petition for Adoption of Cynthia Diane Cesari, a minor, has been lied, and you are required I" appeal. or serve a copy of your answer, 01 ither pleading to the Petition on petitioners' attorney. M. JAY BERLINER, suite mm. Blacayne Building Miami, Florida, and file the original %  nswer or pleadins In the office 1 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the l5th day of February, I960. If you fall to do so, n I >. ree Pro Confeaso will be taken against you for the 1 ••lief prayed for in the Petition DONE AND ORUElftFI) at Miami Florida, this 12th day of January, 19*0 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: WM. M STOCKINC. Deputy Clerk. 1/15-22-29.2/5 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 40076B IN RE: Estate of MARY IllltSCHIIORN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS iTo AU Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said %  Ante! You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of Mary Hlrschhoin deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of I>ade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same w-III tie barred. SYLVIA ROSEN BERG RI'TH ROSENBERG .111.11 s II ER8TLING, Attorney KB Bkteayne Did*-. Miami 32, Florida FRanklln 1-152J!2-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage in business under the flctitloua nai 1 PRICE WAR at number IS80-7th Street in the City of North Ha> Village, Florida intends to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of i'ade County, Florida. Dated at North Miami Beach. FlorIda. this l.'.th day of January, Ruin. PRICE WAR, INC., %  Florida eorp By: til.ADY col.OMAN, Prenldsnl SXYDER AND YdlMi Attorneys for Applicant 1/22-29. 2/.-.-1J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREII\ GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names of Rol.I.s RECORDS CO.. also REGO RECORDS CO.. also M A R C E I. I. A KERN, also THE POLKA DOTH, also THE PLEDGES, also THE NOCTl'RNES at •.• %  !:• Hay Drive. Miami Reach, Intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KAREN RECORDS INC. a Florida Corporation SAM VYIGLER, I'res. 1/22-29. 2/3-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. COC 35 CONSTANCE HARD AM, Plaintiff. KIVCSI.KY R. RABHAM Defendant. NOTICE SY PUBLICATION TO: KINC.S1.EY It HARIIAM P M 11 Bog tin Sandstone. Minnesota TOP. KIFiaSLEY R HARIIAM. are required to serve a ••M ol your answer to the Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorneys. \v\l MOORE *• CtlSTANWl Building. Miami VI. Florida, and file the ..nginil In the office of the Clerk of th. Court on or Before the 1 "th day of February. 1MI>: therwlse a -so Will be entered again and ordered at Miami. Florida this 13th day of January'. 1SS0. HERM \N. Cleik. Circuit Court. Dade County, llorlda (seal) By K M I.YM \N Deputy Clerk. 1 15-22-2S.2/I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48064-B IN RE: Estate ol MORRIS Sl'RDlN 1 ae<' NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Persona Bavin: Claim* %  Demands Against Said Karate: V..11 are herebj not fled and reQUfcr• -.I to piesrnt an\ elainis and demands which you mav have again-' lio ae •ate of MORRIS SCRDIN de. 'ate of l>a'tr I'nunP. Florida, to th.'" County Judges of Dade Count}', and lie the inte In in the County Courthouse In Dad* county. wi'hln eleht calendar months from tinSat* of the flist publication Line will be barred. SAI'l. RERNSTEIN MILDRED BERNSTEIN MILTON MILLER Xtlornev MM Congress Building Miami. Hoilda • 5-lt-ll-M NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. B9C 301 GLORIA GLADSTONE, Plaintiff. DAVID GLADSTONE. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: DAVID GLADSTONE 413 Bast Mad Street New York City. New York You DAVID 'GLADSTONE, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint fof Divorce lias been filed against you, and you are required to scryr a eopj of your Answer of PleadIng to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, I.EBoWITZ \ND HELLER. 7f> First Street. MbUnl Heath. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the ncrk of the circuit Court "jn or before the 13th day of February If you fail ta dq BO, judgment by default will h taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Comp!lnt. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thla 12th day of January, A.D. 1900. E B DEATH KRMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: WM. M. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. I.EBOtVITZ HELIJCIl 70* First Street Miami Beach. Ha.. JE S-OT7I Attorneya for Plaintiff 1/15-22-29. 2/:. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jen isiFkriJj&n solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Mini II:i-4ti#5 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 48530 C IN RE: ESTATE oE JACK E. RINGLBR Dei case.I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either ol you, ma> ha\e against the • stale of JACK E. R1NOI.ER deceased late of Dade Connty. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of l>ade County, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of thefirst publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be OWi l*B to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Seotlon 733.16 of the 1945 I'rebate Act. Dated January 12, A.D. 1960. JOAN K. RIN6LER As Co-Executrix of the Ijtst Will and Testament of Jack E. Itlngler deceased. PHILIP .1 MILLER 4"7 Lincoln HBkd Miami Beach. Florida Attorney for Executors 1/13-22-2''. 2/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, deslrinc to engage in business under the fictitious name of RAYMONDS STEAK HOUSE at 16410 Blacayne Blvd., N. Miami. I intend to register said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HERBERT SCHNEIDER CHARLES ROSENBERG, Partners KESSUBR, GAR8 & ROTH Attorney* for Applicant* IMfl a w. |*i Btreet 1/29, 2/.".-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CONDUIT NIPPLE MANUFACTURING CO OF FLORIDA at :.;:. w. 1Mb St.. Hlaleah Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of latde County. Florida. FLORIDA PIPE AND NIPPLE MFYJ CO., INC a Ela. ootp. MILTON A KHIKUM \ N Attorn. \ for Applicant 1111 AlaaMkj Bldg. 1 C-22-29. I/I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business undei the fictitious name Of DAIST-R-STABLE at number l"oi s E lMh street in the City of Hlaleah." rlorlda Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22nd day of January, 1960. DAISY LEV! ItENATO LEVI WKPMAN WEPMA.N AttorneyarTor Applicants 407 Blscawie Building Miami 32. rlorlda 1/29.2/5-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. OOC 772 JACOIEI.INE HIND Plaintiff, \NDRI:\V HIND, Defendant TO tndresi II In.I 27M East 2Mh Street Br.s.klyn. N Y You are hereby notified that a ComFor Divorce has been filed aealn--! 1 yen are hereb) required to saTse a p M your tn*wer to the Complaint For Dlv**i plaintiff's attorney and file ttv Inal Answer In the office ..f the Clerk 1 before the Mth dm of 1 • i> otnerwlae, east Ions of sahl Complaint For u ill be taken .1 v>iu. .f January, I960 IB I.I-: VTHERM v.V Clerk of ill Court. 1: I" RICE I Deputv Clerk. TAIJ WOFE W M.l.Elt \%  > for Plaintiff IJfl Lincoln R.>ad Miami Beach, 11a. 12-19-16 NOTiCF BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. OOC 244 MIRIAM DA Via SMITH Plaintiff ys. RAYMOND LEE SMITH Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE ro RAYMOND LEE SMITH You RAYMOND LEE SMITH. Jfl Huffman Drive, Hampton, Virginia are hereby notified that a Bill of 'ompiatnt for Dlvoro* has been filed against ysu, and you are required to a copj ol your Answ.-i ,.r Pb ng t.i the Bill of Complaint on the •lalnllff's Attorney. Marvin Schlld. II N W 8th Street. Homestead. Hoilda and file the original. A nv Pleading in the office of the Clerk of he Circuit Cuit on o r before the 16th day of Feluiiary. I960. If you fall to •lo ao, Judgment bl default will he •aken agaihst you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once sen S/eelt for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH* FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. ^ Florida, this 12th day of January, A.D. I960. E. B I.E,\THE1tMAN. Clerk, Circuit Cuit. l>ade Count v. Florida iseai) By K M. l.YMAN, Deputy Clerk, 1 15-22-29.2/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of •FEB. BROTHERS' at 1020 Venetian Way, Mlaml-39, Fla.. Intends to ret-ister said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MI'RRAY H. WEIL 1/22-29, 1/5-11 N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 48337.C IN RE: ESTATE OP HENRY w Mil.Licit Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Per-..11Maying Claims or Demands Attains! Said You. and each of you are hercly* notified and required t.. present any claims and demand* which you, or either of PHI, mi) have against the [* of HENRY W MILLER deleased late of Dade County. Florida. to the Honorable county Judges of Dade County, and file the same in then offices In the County Courthouse In Dad* County, Florida, within eight • alendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claim* or demandta • "Utain tin 1 laSal address of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 7SS.16 of the I9tr. Probate Act. January 14. A.D. 19611. KITTY F MILLER. As Administratrix of the state of HF'.NRY \V MILLER. Deceased. HERBERT C. 7.E.MEI. 420 Lincoln Road Miami Reach 39. 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Page 6-A +Jel§tntridton Friday, February 5, Military Base Wiped Out, Three Die Continued front Page 1-A settlements in and near the demilitarized zone, southeast of Lake Tiberias. A quantity of Syrian machineguns and small arms was captured by the Israelis in the raid on Tawafik— the largest military action undertaken by Israel since the period preceding the Sinai campaign of 1956. The damage, on the Israeli side, was suffered in the settlements of Mtagan, Deganya. Haon and Shaar Hagolan. where Syrian shells landid during the intense fighting in issued at dawn Tuesday stated: -4UAs a direct reult of Syrian provocations and violence in the last few days in the southern demilitarized zone, east of Lake Tiberias, in which one Israeli was killed and two injured, Israeli forces during the night wiped out positions constructed by the Syrians, which disturbed peaceful life in the area. In the operation, houses in the deserted village of Tawafik, which the Syrians had turned into a military base, were destroyed." The heavy fighting started just after midnight, after Syrian artilthe early hours Tuesday morning.' !crv had opelle( | fj rc on the fields Xo one was injured in any of the adjoining the Beit Katzir settleM'ttlements. all civilians having men( Returning the fire, the Istaken cover in bomb-proof shelters. rachs lhen advanced toward the Life went on as usual in the Is-! s >' rian un P"-" 1 ""* at Tawafik raeli settlements Tuesday morning.; an(l ,he arPa immediately surroundOn the Syrian side. Israeli obscrv-! ln S ,hat abandoned village. crs saw military ambulances Gen Carl ( Van Horn chicf of tarrying away the casualties who slaff of lnc United Nations Truce had fallen at Tawafik. The raid Supervision Organization, called into Tawafik was launched shortly after midnight, following four days <>f fighting in the demilitarized zone near Beit Katzir. The four day< of fighting were climaxed Monday with mortar fire from the Syrian side, costing the Israelis one dead and two injured. An Israeli army communique upon both sides to cease fire, and the cease-fire order WITH officially into effect a few minutes after 4 a.m. However, Syrian positions continued lobbing occasional shells across the border. The dispute concerns a narrow. 10-acre area in the demilitarized zone on Israel's side of a drainage canal dog there with the consent of .the I'NTSO. The Syrians have been sendir*e>*s groups of-**• % %  disguised afarmers to cultivate the land and. according I" Israel, change the siatus quo by establishing -iieu fads." Israel had pre viously notified the UNT80 that it was willing to discuss Syria claims to the "right" to cultivate i land in the disputed area, but thai 111 would not do so under military pressure. Meanwhile, the Cairo radio announced a state of emergency within the armed forces of the United Arab Republic. A proclamation was broadcast of an army aleri arising from another day of firing on the Israel-Syrian frontier. Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman Tuesday called on Secretary of State Christian Ilerter for a discussion described by the Ambassador as a "routine call" and "general review." The Ambassador indicated that the call did not pertain especially lo the fighting on the Syrian fronlier. He was accompanied by Yaakov Ilerzog, Minister of the Embassy, who has just returned from Israel. ATTENTION APARTMENTS, HOTELS and MOTELS We buy and sell a\\ kinds of furnishings, kitchen equipment, electric appliances, etc. "If We Don't Have It, They Never Made Itl" ALL-STATE SALVAGE, INC. 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