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

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

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"Jewish Floridiaii
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 33 Number 7
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 12, 1960
Three Sections Price 20c
2,000 DELEGATES EXPECTED
Israel Bond Leaders
Set to Launch Tenth
Year of Sa/es Program
A program to give wider aid to Israel's economic development in
1960 will be launched by some 2.000 delegates from the United States
and Canada at an inaugural conference for State of Israel Bonds. The
conference, which will mark the beginning of the tenth year of the Israel
+ Bond drive, which has sold more
- mm ,han $4240000o '" bonds since
Court Seeks
Stiffer Raps
For 2 Youths
JTA By Dir.ct Ttl.typ. Win
COLOGNEThe Cologne Prose-
cution Office applied Tuesday to,
the Federal Supreme Court for re-1
trial of the two youths sentenced
Saturday for the Cologne Syna-
gogue desecration which triggered
a worldwide eruption of anti-Se-
mitic smearings.
The Prosecution Office wants
stiffer penalties for Arnold Strunk,
who was sentenced to 14 months
imprisonment, and Paul Schoenen,
who received a ten month sentence
for the Christmas eye daubing*.
At Its* same time. Dr. H. C.
Van Daw, Secretary General of
the Central Council ef the Jews
of Germany, said that he felt the
Cologne court he** "fully recog-
nised" the seriousness ef the sit-
uation in its sentences.
He said the court had made its
decision "independently of public
opinion," and added that more se-
vere sentences "would have turn-
ed these retarded men into real
Naii martyrs."
Judge Hans Metze ordered the
>ouths deprived of their civil rights
Continued en Pate 11 A
May. 1951, will be held at the Fon
tainebleau hotel Feb. 25 through
28.
The conference will officially
start a concerted effort in the Uni-
ted States. Canada, Europe and
Latin America to attain a goal of
$75,873,550 in Israel Bond sales
during the current year and thus
reach the $500,000,000 milestone on
its tenth anniversary.
The climax ef the conference.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president ef the Israel Bend Or-
ganisation, reported, will be a
dinner on Sunday ovening, Feb.
28, in honor ef Gen. Moth* Da-
yan. Minister ef Agriculture ef
the Stote ef Israel. Gen. Day*n,
former Chief ef Stoff ef the Is-
rael Army, Is widely known for
his leadership as head of tho
army during tho Sinai operation
m its*.
Former President Harry S. Tru-
man will be the principal speaker
at the dinner honoring Gen. Da
yan.
Lawrence G. Laskey. of Boston,
chairman of the executive commit-
tee of the Israel Bond drive, is
serving as chairman of the con-
ference and of the dinner for Gen.
Dayan.
"Our conference in Miami must
be the springboard for a campaign
which will help Israel achieve new
heights of economic progress in
1960. Only in this way can we mea-
sure up to our responsibilities to-
ward Israel and help her realize
Continued on Page o-A
Herter Says U.S.
Expects UN Will
Solve Suez Block
WASHINGTONSecretary of State Christian Herter has
indicated to a press conference that the United States continues to look
to the United Nations for a solution to the Suez Canal controversy in-
' volving the transit of Israeli cargo.
The Secretary commented on*--------------------------------------------
CMfffSTMN HMTfl
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what the United States was doing
to implement President Eisenhow-
er's 1957 assurances to Israel on
Suez Canal transit. He said the
United States had made a number
Golda Meir Briefs Cabinet
On Move to Up Armament
MAI TtSTING ISIAft MffMSfS
PAGI 8-A
JTA-
Ike Corrects His Statement;
Says Dulles Warned Eban
WASHINGTON(JTA) Presi-
dent Eisenhower opened his press
conference this week by announc-
ing that he wanted to correct re-
marks he made last week about
Israel and former Ambassador
Abba Eban.
The President said he found he
had been mistaken in saying he
personally warned Mr. Eban in ad-
vance against Israel's Sinai action
in October. 1956
At Ms press conference last
"eek, the President hod stated
mat ho told Mr. Eban that Israel
hould not conclude that Ameri-
can Jewish considerations and
the November Presidential elec-
tion would prevent American
opposition to Israeli military ac-
tion.
The-President explained that he
actually made the remarks to the
late Secretary of State John Fes-
ter Dulles, who was to meet with
Mr. Eban a few minutes later. Mr.
Eisenhower indicated that Mr.
Dulles, at his direction, told Mr.
Eban of the White House views.
Mr. Eisenhower said the error
showed his memory was not per-
fect. He explained that he confused
in his mind Mr. Dulles' talk with
Mi*. Eban with a subsequent visit
by the Israel Ambassador to the
White House.
By Direct Ttl.typ. Wir.
JERUSALEMMrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, briefed
the Security and Foreign Affairs Committee of the Knesset Tuesday on
the Sunday decision of the Cabinet to speed up purchase of arms and
to seek international support against the renewed belligerence of the
United Arab Republic.
She explained the decision was
designed to counter the threat of
an upset of the balance of power
between Israel and the Arab states,
which may be caused by the con-
tinued flow of Soviet arms to Arab
countries.
The Israel government will
embark on a diplomatic and in-
formation campaign as a conse-
quence of the United Nations
"failure" to solve the anti-Israel
blockade of the Suez Canal after
UN Secretary General Dag Ham-
m.rskjold's inability to achieve
anything in conversations In
Cairo on the problem, she said.
Mrs. Meir also was understood to
have replied to questions about the
demilitarized zone southeast of
Lake Tiberias, where clashes took
place for more than a week re-
cently and about the stalemate
which developed from Syria's re-
fusal to remove armed military
personnel from the zone in viola-
tion of the Israel-Syrian armistice
agreements.
The military equilibrium be-
tween Israel and the Arab states,
particularly the United Arab Re-
Continued on Page l-A
of strong statements on the transit
issue.
Mr. Herter pointed out that
Dag Hammarskjold, UN Secre-
tary General, was currently
making an effort to find e solu-
tion and said that maybe Mr.
Hammarskjold would still come
up with a modus vivondi.
Meanwhile, in Jerusalem, Is-
rael's Cabinet has reportedly
reached the fundamental political
conclusion that Israel can no long-
er rely on the United Nations as a
restraining factor in the Middle
East.
The Cabinet completed Monday
its discussion of Israel's present
security situation. The opinion in
the Cabinet, it was learned, baa
crystallized into the conclusion
that the United Nations as such.
Continued en Page le-A
Dag Says United Nations Will
Continue to Hit Canal Policy
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)United Nations Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold told a press conference this week that the failure of the
United Arab Republic to "acquiesce" in UN resolutions for unhampered
passage of shipping of all nations in the Suez Canal had not altered the
resolutions.
Mr. Hammarskjold held the press*---------------------------------------------
conference soon after his arrival I say wnat additional steps he had
from a visit to Africa which in- j in mind t0 obtain UAR compliance
eluded a stopover in Cairo to ne- with the UN resolutions. He was
gotiate with UAR President Nasser | also asked whether the UN had
on the issue of the Suez Canal; reconciled itself to permitting the
blockade against Israel.
The press conference was hold
against a backdrop of the news
that the Inge Toft, tho Danish
freighted detained with a cargo
of Israel products at Port Said
since last May 21, was unloading
the cargo preparatory to sailing
away. The UAR confiscated the
cargo.
The Secretary General would not
[ blockade against Israel to prevail
' and what action the UN might
; take on the issue. He replied:
"As regards my own stand, it is
well known; it is on record: it is
not in any way modified. The fact
| that certain attitudes of member
governmentsthis one or that one
are not adjusted to what, from
my point of view, is the United Na-
Continuod on Pago 3 A
ACLU ATTORNEYS GET SIEG HEIL FOR THEIR EFFORT
Bigot's Puppet, Jewish Leader in Shove Fest
JTABy Direct Ttl.typ. Wir.
WASHINGTONDistrict of Co-
lumbia court authorities Tuesday
deferred the case involving a neo-
Nazi agitator and a respected
Jewish communal leader to de-
termine applicable laws and ac-
tion.
The case involved disorderly
conduct charges on which were
based the arrest of Irving Ber-
man, 48, builder of Falls Church.
Va., who headed the northern
Virginia Israel Bond drive, serv-
ed as president of the Arlington
Fairfax Jewish Center, and chair-
man of the local chapter of the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews.
Simili
charges were ladgsd
against J. V. Kenneth Morgan,
34, so-called "deputy command-
er" of George Lincoln Rockwell's
"American Nazi Party" group,
imitating Hitler's Brewnohirts.
The two men were taken into
poice custody on charges of "dis-
orderly conduct" after a scuffle
on a downtown Washington street
corner. Berman stated that he
ws shocked to see the neo-Nazis
publicly distributing handbills
that spoke of gassing American
Jews.
The case became legally com-
plicated Tuesday when the Amer-
ican Civil Liberties Union assign-
ed two attorneys of Jewish faith
to defend the neo-Nazis on the
Continued en Pego 5-A


Page 2-A
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Friday, February 12, \<$j\
Arabs Eye
Israel War
LONDON(JTA) The foreign
ministers of eight Arab states met
Monday in Cairo to discuss "the
Palestine problem" and measures
to prevent Israel from developing
Jordan River waters for Negev ir-
rigation.
Arab reports said it was possible!
the meeting would plan organiza-
tion of a new "Palestinian Army"
made up of Arab refugees. The
army would fight for the "libera-
tion" of territory now held by Is-
rael.
Tunisia and Iraq, feuding with
the United Arab Republic, boy-
cotted the meeting. States repre-
sented were the UAR, Jordan,
Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Yemen,
Sudan, Libya, and Morocco.
Simultaneously it was reported
here that King Hussein of Jordan
is carrying on his own negotiations
with King Saud, of Saudi Arabia,
in an effort to get the latter to
help him oppose Nasser's plan tar
the creation of a "Palestine Army",
irom among the ranks of the Arab
refugees.
According to one report. King
Saud is contemplating inviting
both Nasser and Hussein to come,
to his capital of Riyad and attempt
to work out a compromise on the
Palestine Army" proposal.
FBI Continues Bombing Query;
School Youths May be Involved
KANSAS C.TY-<;TTA>-A M ^Tb^U.'^Z^
40 high school .students, and per-
haps M many as 80. may be in-
Xd a. members of Nar, youth
croups here whose aim is to get
rid Of all Jews and NegrOM. II
group's purpose, declaring:
party is joining with the NatM
Socialist German Workers p
Our founder is Adolf Hitler.
COMBAT BIGOTRY!
GIVE TO THE CJA
t BUY ISRAEL BONOS
MAYSMie PRttDMRG
Mrs. Harry Gompers (left), of 1937 SW 16th ave., Miami, chats
with 1960 United Cerebral Palsv Poster Girl Michele Buck-
waiter and Riclcie Layne and Velvel. television headhners.
They were prominent in the opening of Telethon headquart-
ers, 1111 Lincoln rd. The telethon will be held in Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium on Mar. 5 over WCKT. ch. 7.________
Inge Toft Gives Up Cargo;
Suez Bar Remains Firm
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LONDON-(JTA)-The Danish
freighter Inge Toft, detained at
Port Said since last May 21 with
a cargo originating in Israel, will
not be allowed to use the Suez
Canal even though "her owners
have surrendered the Israeli cargo
to the United Arab Republic au-
thorities, it was disclosed here.
Dispatches from Cairo quoted
the agents of the shipowners as de-
claring that the ship was to be pen-
alized because it had carried Is-
raeli cargo.
The Paris newspaper. Le Monde,
reported from Cairo that the own-
ers of the Greek freighter Asty-
palea. which is also detained at
Port Said with a cargo originating
, in Israel, have decided to nego-
tiate with the UAR authorities for
surrender of the cargo and release
of the vessel.
The cargo of the Greek freighter
was shipped from Israel in accord-
ance with conditions spelled out to
United Nations Secretary General
Hammarskjold by President Nas-
ser of the PAR. When the ship ar-
rived at Port Said for transit
through the canal in mid-Decem-
ber, the authorities detained it.
holding its cargo to be contraband.
Up to now, the ship's owners have
refused to permit its unloading,
pending the outcome of further ne-
gotiations between Mr. Hammar-
skjold and the UAR.
became known here while the FBI, war ended in 1945. but the ,^
SSTherESl Police intensified of National Soc.alism have *
their Investigations of the bombing died._________________
f the local synagogue. FR1! ~ -----------
The bombing, in which the ri
found dynamite had been used.
took place two weeks ago at
Kehilath Israel Temple, where 51
windows WW shattered by the ex-
plosion. The caretakers were in
their apartment in one wing of the
synagogue. They were not hurt.
A swastika had baan painlad
It) tha front of ma yr>atrgua a
day bafora th axpBoaioti, and
another swastika wB dhKOvareal
at another ynatptu naartey. |
thraa days aarliar.
Federal Bureau investigators
and local police said they found
that some of the self-styM stu-
dent Nazis possessed Nazi-type oni-,
forms, arm-bands bearing the
swastika, daggers, and literature
calling for ridding the cowimuaitv
of Jews and Negroes. At least 12
boys, teen age members of a group
called the Nordic Reich Group, are (
being questioned.
The youths arrested so far are
students at East High School and
Southeast High School here. In the
s^&S
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Friday, February 12, 1960
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JUDCt IBVIMG CYFtN
Beach Drive Will
Cleqn Up River
City of Miami beautification
committee officially opened a
drive last week to clean up the
Miami River. First step will be a
fact-finding inspection trip Friday
with marine experts to study need-
ed river improvements and city
ordinances o n enforcement o f
cleanliness.
The special trip, said committee
chairman E. Albert Pallot, "wel-
comes all interested citizens, par-
ticularly residents, businessmen
and property-owners along the
river."
Chartered for the purpose is the
Dreamboat. which sailed at noon
Friday from the Dupont Plaza ho-
tel docks at the mouth of the
river.
Almost 80 civic leaders comprise
the active core- of the beautifica-
tion committee. Recent appointees
to the committee are Mrs. Rose
Pertes and Evelyn Floyd, recom-
mended by City Commissioner
Henry L. Baiahan.
Judge Cypen Seeks
To Succeed Himself
In Circuit Court Job
Dade County Circuit Judge liv-
ing Cypen announced his candid-
acy this week for election to the
Circuit Court bench in Group 13.
Judge Cypen has been serving on
the bench since 1958, when he suc-
ceeded Judge Stanley Milledge.
who retired for a professorship at
Stetson University law school.
Cypen, 41, has lived 35 years in
Florida. He was appointed to the
bench by Gov. LeRoy Collins who
said Judge Cypen "will make a
notable and worthy addition to our
state judiciary," describing his
qualifications as "most outstand-
ing."
Since 1943, when the University
of Florida gave him an LLB de-
gree with highest possible honors,
Judge Cypen has served as a clerk
to U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals
Judge Curtis L. Waller, as assistant
Miami Beach city attorney and as
a municipal judge on Miami Beach.
As an attorney he hat acted as
chairman of the Miami Beach
Bar Assn. grievance committee,
and as a member of the same
committee for the Dado County
Bar. Cypen is a member of the
Florida and American Bar
Astns.
Father of four sons and one
daughter, Cypen, his wife. Hazel,
! and their family reside on Di Lido
I Isle, Miami Beach.
He is a member of Kiwanis, Elks,
B'nai B'rith, and the Anti-Defama-
tion League. Judge Cypen is vice
president ol Temple Emanu-El and
I president of the Home for the
I Aged. He is on the board of direc-
| tors of United Fund, Cedars of
! Lebanon, and Mt. Sinai Hospitals,
' and many other organizations.
Page 3-A
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Tarniami Marks
7th Anniversary
The Tamiami Branch of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Assn
celebrating its seventh anniversary, '
and the boom period of last year is
expected to continue.
Ted Wertheimer. manager, said
the Tamiami Branch opened 3.894
savings accounts last year, repre-
senting S6.035.117.15. In 1953. the
first year of operation, savins* ac-
counts amounted to only $1,903,-
781.42. The seven-year total sav-
ings accounts is 12,763, represent-
ing $26,778,994.45.
In 1959, the branch processed'
723 applications for mortgages, to
make a total of S2.530.000. and
rented 294 safely deposit boxes, for
a -.even-year total of 1,293.
Continued from Page 1-A
tions line does not mean any ac-
quiescence either from the United
Naiiona or franktheSecretary
General. That disposes, I think, of
your question of principle."
There is no acquiescence by
anybody in anything. The United
Nation* decisions stand, and the
United Nations decisions as' they
stand are the lew of the Secre-
tary-General.
"As regards thceconcrete mea-
Dft. MORTON BOBBINS
Noted Zionist
Leader to Speak
Dr. Morton J. Robbins will be j
guest speaker at late Friday eve-
ning services of Knesseth Israel
Congregation. A special Tu;
B'Shevat program wirf be present-'
ed by the children of the Knesseth
Israel religious school.
Dr. Robbins, who originally was
a practicing physician in Nashua.
N.H.. has been long active in the
Zionist Organization of America.
Currently, he is national vice pres-'
ident of the ZOA, chairman of the
American Zionist Fund, founder of
the American Physicians Fellow-
ship of the Israel Medical Assn..
and founder and president of Camp
Young Judea.
As lieutenant colonel in the
Army Medical Corps, he served
three years in the European
Theater of operations. He has
been honored with the Degree of
Doctor of Hebrew Letters by the
International Academy, cited as
"foremost Zionist leader of New
Hampshire" and as "Man of the
Year" by B'nai B'rith.
Welcoming Dr. Robbins on be-
half of Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Greater Miami will be Jacob
C. Fishman, vice president of the
Council.
Meanwhile. Mendel Fisher, na- '
tional JNF executive director, this
week congratulated Rabbi David
Lehrfield, spiritual leader of Knes-
seth Israel. Louis Dublin, president
of the congregation, Joseph Nad
ler, chairman of the religious
school, and Rev. Benjamin H. Ka- ,
minetzky, education director, who
have all been responsible "in mak
ing the Knesseth Israel Congrega- ,
tion Grove a reality."
Rirea to which this can lead, I
\ think that the fact that this H|
has been on my desk pracin
daily for 'X' years is cone
enough. If the concrete measure-
have not been publicized, it ha-
been in the best interests of th/
operation itself. If they have so
far not succeeded, or succeeded
only partly, it is not due to an>
lack of intensity or energy or con
sistency in the efforts of the Sec
retariat."
Beach Lodge
Plans Panel Talk
Monthly evening meeting of Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge will
be held on Thursday, Feb. 18, at
the Algiers hotel. Lodge president!
is Irving Sctutzman.
Mrs. Gershon Miller will present
a dramatic interpretation of the
life of George Washington Carver.
There will be a Brotherhood
panel discussion by Rabbi David
, Lehrfield and Rev. Ed Graham.
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THE MOST interesting thing
about Israel Ambassador
Avraham Harman's address be-
fore a session of the United Jew-
ish Appeal at the Fontainebleau
hotel Sunday was what he did
not say. The Ambassador prais
ed America* Jfiwiy for its role
since World War II in the vast
mrwinc one and a quarter million fellow Jews "from countries
:.S5 to EveTo countries in which they sought to live. There
IsVo pa^elm history." Harman declared, to this outpouring of gen-
crosity.
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The Consistent Hate Monger
The principle of free speech and a free
press is an inherent American liberty. No one
would suggest it is to be violatednot even in
the name of expediency.
It was this belief that recently prompted us
to criticize Dr. Adenauer in these columns when
the German leader suggested thrashing for per-
sons caught in rabble-rousing acts and public
anti-Semitic statements.
We sympathize with Virginia Jewish lead-
er Irving Berman for the heat of anger he ex-
perienced when he tried sevrral days ago to
seize hate literature from the hands of a Lincoln
Rockwell follower on a Washington, D.C. street
corner.
Whether or not Berman was right in his
contention that the literature could hardly
claim the right to distribution in the name ot
free speech is a matter the courts will decide.
It would, however, be well to remember
that seizure and censorship may just as readily
be applied to truly democratic utterances if
once a gualification is attached to the basic
American libertythe reason incidentally for
our reservations with respect to Dr. Adenauer's
thrashing gambit.
But this is a far cry from the absurd de-
cision of the American Civil Liberties Union to
defend the Lincoln Rockwell puppet in the
name of flying to the support of freedom of
Epeech and the press. Even more absurd were
the two Jewish attorneys who submitted to the
degrading of their faith out of a misguided
"turn the other cheek" attitude.
It is one thing to express genuine concern
for the destiny of our rights as citizens living in
a democratic societyeven where an extreme
interpretation of these rights may occasionally
prove offensive to us.
It is quite another thing to bow in fawning
subservience before the enemy in a vain effort
to teach him an object lesson. Lincoln Rock-
well was more consistent with his beliefs than
were the Jewish attorneys however odious
these beliefs may bewhen he greeted them
with a "Sieg Heil."
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remarkable thing about it all. he observed, is that our con-
tribuTion ,o the moving process was made without coercior^a contri-
bution 'based only on Jewish understanding and solidarity. Here.
Perhaps the Ambassador failed to respond, as naturally he might, to
The psvehic pressures American Jews have felt abou Israel-pressures
which force their ultimate if silent identif.cat.on with the fate of Ger-
man Jewry and that shape Israel as their own place of refuge the
event of catastrophe. .
Therefore to sav that we have experienced no coercion is to deny
the inherent sense of preservation within us throughout history. For
certainly American Jews are no more secure than were their co-reli*
ionists in an abundant number of other seemingly sympathetic host
countries It seems to me that this point demands emphasis not as a
refutation of anything Ambassador Harman may have said^for in
such a context it would be a petit point indeedbut as a means of
... ,___... ...i. ..i..,,iii .,n,i iiuilishlv risine in our own
it is
I
No Change for Herter
Secretary of State Christian Herter's an-
nouncement this week with respect to the U.S.
hope that the United Nations will find a solution
to the Suez Canal problem is consistent with
Administration policy of the past.
What it does is to rely on the do-nothing
capabilities of the UN in this matter, thus main-
taining the Middle East status quo while court-
ing Nassers favor through a sanctimonious
9- I. v
Mr. Herter is hardly concerned that the ______________
UAR leader continues to violate international u. C. .. -,-..
law but he is concerned with throwing back Mt. \||ia| C Vl^lOfl Fll f Pf.
into the lap of the United Nations a hot potato *" IVII I III IIIICU
the Administration does not want to handle
Fully assured that the UN can't handle it
either, our government is thus assured of easy
sailing ahead in the general direction these
days of reestablishing Nasser's respectability.
,
Natural Order of Things
Tu B'Shevat, the fifteenth day of the He-
brew month Shevat, is a minor but joyous holi-
day in the Jewish calendar.
For Israel, its major significance is the
celebration of Arbor Daythe rejuvenation of
Ihe land, its trees and produce.
For Jews throughout the world, Tu B'Shevat
is a time to contemplate on the union between
man and God through the seasonal changes
in nature.
As humankind multiplies its differences by
emphasizing nations and borderlines, races
and ideologies, this holiday serves to remind
us that unity is really the natural order of
things.
SUCn a .............-----------
preventing us from inadvertently
self-esteem.
If our role thus seems inevitable rather than magnanimous,
also unfinished. Of the one and a quarter million Jews moved, ac-
cording to the Ambassador, one million elected Israel as their new
home-a choice, he said, "which is Israels great reason for existence
and source of pride."
NOT KtALlX A BAD RtCOKD
jT WAS THIS large influx, he observed, "that permitted us in May,
1948 to break open a door through which our people could come
and that kept it open despite our being beseiged and beleaguered."
For numbers added up to possession no less than to a stout corps of
defenders when war broke out.
The vast majority of these newcomers are today settled in indus-
try and agriculture "for which they brought with them neither the
necessary means nor skill." The vast majority, Ambassador Harman
quipped, are taxpayers"a good indication of rootedness. no matter
how much people may grumble about it."
But despite the successes, there are "black spots," areas of Is-
raeli experience indicating that American Jewry's role remains un-
finished. The principal sore, he declared, is housing, which has been
unable to keep pace wth the swiftly moving level of immigration. "It
is not really a bad record." the Ambassador noted, "that, in a 12-year
period, only 90.000 out of more than one million newcomers live in
sub-standard quarters today." On the other hand, he quickly empha-
sized, "these are not merely statistics. These are peoplepeople
forced to accept the slum conditions of the Ma'abarah.
To this deceptively optimistic figure must be added the carriers
of infectious disease and the chronically ill aged who would be denied
entry to any other countrybut to whom the gates of Israel were
opened. "The least we could do for them." Harman observed, "was
to let the victims of European holocaust live out their broken lives in
dignitythe crippled symbol of awful Jewish catastrophe."
These "black-spots," he said, feed on themselves and are capable
of breeding social sicknesses of contagious proportion. In the face of
these difficulties, the gains of the past must be consolidated; the task
before us must be completed.
THE IMMEDIATE TASK fEEOffE US
J^OW LONG WILL it go on? Is this a bottomless pit? Will.it never
fill up? To these rhetorical questions. Ambassador Harman re-
plied w.th hope: The "black spots" ought not obscure the achievements
-the upward of 900.000 immigrants during the past 12 years who
have since been positively integrated; the $248 million level of ex-
ports in 1959 as compared with $48 million in 1949; the 400 000 child-
ren attending school today as opposed to 70-odd thousand' following
liberation.
"We face no problem." Ambassador Harman concluded; "not
he ivo Z pac',v,,0 "Ive. we have forged in this period a co-
mun tiefTlr /)gv,ps,es-he scattered remnants of worid com-
SSKCSJW g a SCnSe f iden,if,ab|e "a"-! P"de and
necc'strilfi n,K an ** 'eSS ,han aPP'ude- but It Hoes not
necessarily answer the questions relating to how long the task must
Si: J" ** M*"* Suffice it to say .Sat Amb.ssTdor
soc disease n ul*^"X *"" ,his pi,hy ,nouSh,: the 9+
social disease of Ma abarah life is contagious far beyond its low sta-
tistical inc.dence-that. like a plague, it can destroy aK Jains made
MaaTbaCrotaSk M" US? """ ,0 ** blind to lhe need < ** <** the
A CHANGE IN 0FHNG F0* MAT
threatUofwanrSaa,.nCtb/>0,nfdin Syria- ***** Na**' renews the
ago announced*" ISfael Prime Minister Ben-Gurion several days
mmTrT^Zl^gTrnTenti intention of "PP'ng the purchase of
deal IthTafTineL^r8d k" te Wake of n *" vow *MF to
To noJi of Z. Sh0uW the Uni,ed Nations fa to do so
refer HU nrel~ frenl P happenings did Ambassador Harman
h.psod"edonduohSSir-.Abba Eban' "** hve most assuredly
perP^ti^do^erfl?n!ertrCr,rrent events-or viewed in historical
Kysssslsst ,sraeii conunuum m0fe immediate
JewilrApS:^tcK^BWei",ein;gene^a, Ch"irm"n Unlted
t^^iXmS^t^ris no le ** 5 *Mr
in some inexplic.blewavtV.? S- ^' h"PPeni"gs is significant
o the achievement of the medical goals its pro- "Pon it betrayed a severe ra If Be"ns,e'n felt impelled to remark
fess.onal and lay leadership has long envis- far too early to till l-K^"1* T" ,han !eemed ""*""
nostication. but some chanw m.'.i w '.Ik,ntu,,10n r,tner than *"*"
Appeal structure and philolohv k'" th* ,'fin8 'r Uni,e<, Jewis"
eientlv potent to hivMn,^."1 Change s,i" "ndened while suffi-
ever heard fred ,he m,lde UJA campaign talk I have
The Israel Bond Conference
Greater Miami is preparing to welcome the
Israel Bond Organization's national inaugural
conference here on the weekend of Feb. 25.
The conference will mean the arrival of
such world-renowned personalities as former
President Harry S. Truman and Israel Minister
of Agriculture Moshe Dayan.
President Truman's significance to the oc-
casionhis leadership in America's immediate
recognition of the State of Israel in 1947is
but a single page in the chronicle of achieve-
ments that marked his Presidency through two
terms.
Gen. Dayan's present position is a step in
the direction of world statesmanshipa step
far from the gunbark of the Sinai campaign,
when he was Israel's Chief of Staff and archi-
tect of a military endeavor that has already
achieved the mark of being one of the most
brilliant in human history.
These leaders and many others will tell
the assembled Israel Bond delegates about
plans for the organization's 1960 campaign.
The conference is already shaping up to be
one of the most exciting the bond drive ever
held.
The years-long dream that envisioned the
erection of a new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater
Miami has become a reality.
The eight-story medical institution stand-
ing proudly above Biscayne Bay on Collins Is-
land, dedicated in December, is now open
around the clock, catering to the manifold and
complex health needs of the community.
Some 240 patients and new-born infants
have moved from Mt. Sinai's old quarters. And
as if to symbolize the importnace of the historic
occasion, a baby burst upon the scene of life
in the hospital's sparkling, still-unused Matern-
ity Wing during the midst of the five-hour trans-
fer operation.
The dream is fulfilled in the sense that Mt
Sinai will now be housed in quarters suitable
loned. But the never-ending quest for scientific
discovery and the round-the-clock task of
guarding the health needs of the community
are trusts the hospital will continue to bear in
the future as it has in the past.
^Wfaasss srsfwM w"s"""'


Friday. February 12. 1960
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Bigot, Jewish Leader Square Off
Entertainment committee of the Young Adult League at Miami
Hebrew Congregation plans its "Valentine Sweethecrrt" dance
Saturday evening at the Empress hotel. Left to right are Zira
Scheer. Merle Kroop, Lee Weiner, and Hap Bader.
Secret Anti-Semitic Group
Operating in America?
Continued from Pat* 1-A
basis of "free speech."
'The-'-ACTO-'affbVneySr "DaVid
Shapiro and Lawrence Speiser,
aided Morgan at Tuesday's hear-
ing. Rockwell's neo-Nazi "troop-
ers" indicated amusement that
attorneys of the Jewish faith
were defending their deputy
commander without charge. Aft-
er the hearing. Rockwell con-
fronted Shapiro and Speiser, rais
ed his hand in a Nazi salute, and
said "Sieg Heil."
Berman stated that the defense
of "frto speech" in tho distribu-
tion of tracts inciting violence
PROVIDENCE, R. I. (JTA) _
anti Semitic movement patterned I
after Nazism and working for the
overthrow of the overnment has
been operating secretly in the Uni-
ted States for at least three years,!
the Providence Journal reported!
this week.
The newspaper said that unlike j
the relatively unimportant "lunatic I
fringe" groups, this one involved |
some respectable leaders in sever-
al states. It operates with elabo-1
rate security, the newspaper re
vetted.
Over tho last throo years or-
ganized leadership has boon es-
tablished in New England, Now
York, Illinois, Texas, and other
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The newspaper said it obtained
files of secret communications of
the group. One communication
warned that the Federal Bureau of
Investigation was probing the or
ganization. Instructions were is-
sued to try to win over the FBI
agent to a program of liquidation
of Jews, deportation of non-whites,
and a revolution by "White Chris-
tian America."
The investigation showed one
leader of the group to be a well-
educated and respected, young
man from Mississippi whose activi-
ties and opinions are unknown in
his own community. He has been
in West Germany and in touch
with Nazis there.
Krupp Indemnity
Held Inadequate
LONDON(JTA) Members of
the British House of Lords bitterly
criticized as inadequate the plans
of German industrialist Alfred
Krupp to pay 500.000 pounds ster-
ling compensation to the 12.000
surviving Jews who had worked
as slave laborers in Krupp's indus-
trial empire during the Nazi re-
gime.
Lord Stoneham asked whether
I "40 pounds per head is an appro-
priate compensation to the Jews
who have suffered under this man
whose personal fortune is now es-
\ timated at 14.000.000 pounds.
Lord Lansdowne, Joint Parlia-,
mentary Undersecretary for the'
British Foreign Office, replied that!
(the British Government could not
I pass judgment on an action taken >
i voluntarily by foreign subjects. He j
1 added that the deadline for filing'
I of compensation claims by former!
Krupp slave laborers had been ex j
tended from Jan. 25. 1960 until Jan.
31, 1961, and that a full report on'
the matter would be presented to
the British Government by the
mixed committee set up to study
the question.
and murder of American Jewry
was similar to defending the
.."rjghf" Js> "seise a false cry of
fire in crowded theater."
He felt the ACLU defense of
neo-Nazi agitation had been a
"distortion of the intent of the
Founding Fathers of America,
our Constitution, and Bill of
Rights." He said that "to urge
putting innocent people into gas
chambers is not proper exercise
of free speech."
Berman said the neo-Nazi ma-
terial represented a "definite
danger" to people who have a
"right to live in America without
fear." He felt the Police Force
existed for the protection of the
public "and not to protect the
spread -of anti-Semitism."
Berman termed Rockwell's ma-
terial "garbage better fit for the
sewer than for human consump-
tion." He felt "provoked and in-
sulted," he said.
He said he took handbills from
the hand of Rockwell who was dis-
tributing them to passersby. and
then was "clipped frem behind"
by MoYga'n? Police did not arrest
Rockwell but took Berman and
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Friday. February 12. \%q
AJC to Support Orlando Bible Case
The American Jewish Congress
plans to appear in Orlando Circuit
Court on Feb. .17 to argtM thai :he
-uit to enjoin further distribution
i f Gideon Bibles "is valid and pro-
per and an issue for judicial de-
termination."
Dr. Leo Pfeffer. national direc-
tor of the Commission on Law and
Social Action of the Congress, will
present the arguments.
The action on Feb. 17 stems
;roni a law suit filed last Novem
')er by nine plaintiffs who peti
lioned the court for an injunction
to prohibit distribution of Gideon
Bibles in the high schools in Or-
The piamiiit-. represented
bv Jerome J. Bornstein. Orlando
attorney, alleged that Gideon
Bibles had been distributed during
the \ear 1959 and previously in
violation of the United States and
Florida constitutions.
They alleged further, despite
formal demands and representa-
tion to the Orange County School
Board, that the board had "will-
fully ignored such representations
and" had thus far refused to adopt
The distinction of becoming the Miami area's first Trustees of
]s;ael for 1960 has gone to Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox, of 141
SW 23rd rd. Trustees of Israel are purchasers ot 510,000 in
]s:ael Bonds. Mrs. Fox is also Brickell Area chairman for \he
Women's Division of the Israel Bond Organization.
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A few dtj aftaa the kM
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school superinleiule.it it WOUW
make no further distributionita
the Orange county schools. The
school board attorney has filed a
motion to dismiss the complaint by
the nine plaintiffs. It is the mo-
tion to dismiss which is benu
argued on Feb. 17.
The Orlando law suit was filed
after the Central Florida Jewish
Community Council had written to
the Orange County School Board
calling attention to the continuing
distribution of Bibles by the Gid-
eon Society and asked the board
immediately adopt a policy pro-
hibiting such distribtution in a
manner consistent with the prin-
ciple of separation of church and
state." The board took no action
on the request made by the Coun-
cil, and the law suit followed.
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Dr. Pfeffer Slated
In Three Talks
Here Next Week
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, presi-
dent of South Florida Council of
the American Jewish Congress.
this week announced a series of
meetings to be addressed by Dr.
Leo Pfeffer, Feb. 17 through 19 in
the Miami area.
Dr. Pfeffer, one of the foremost
authorities on the constitutional is-
sue of separation of church and
state and a renowned author in the
field, is national director of the
AJCongress Commission on Law
and Social Action.
On the evening of Feb. 17 Dr.
Pfeffer will meet with the South-
east Region Commission on Law
and Social Action, chaired by
Bernard S. Mandler, with David
Drucker as co-chairman. The re-
ligion in the public schools litiga-
tion currently pending before
Judge Friti Cordon will be dis-
cussed.
Thursday, Feb. 18, 12:45 p.m.,
Dr Pfeffer will address a meeting
convened by the Florida Women's
Division, Mrs. David Muskat.
president, has extended invitations
to the presidents and top leader-
ship of over 300 Jewish women's
organizations to join with the
American Jewish Congress in hear-
ing Dr. Pfeffer at Temple Beth
Sholom. Dr. Pfeffer will speak on
'Our Jewish Children and Religion
in the Public Schools." Chairing
the meeting will be Mrs. Alfred M.
Mamlet, chairman of the Commis-
sion on Law and Social Action for
the Florida Women's Division.
On Friday evening, Feb. 19, Dr.
Pfeffer will address the member-
ship of Temple Sinai at an Oneg
S h a b b a t immediately following
services conducted by Dr. Benno
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County" by Italian-American War
Veteran* in 1950.
He was cited by the Variety Club
for activity in connection with the
Variety Hospital and the club it-
self, honored by the Puerto Rican
Democratic Organization as testi-
mony of help and personal interest
on behalf of migrant workers in
South Dade," and tapped as an
honorary member by "Iron Arrow"
and Omicron Delta Kappa, nation
RICHAKD I. CUSTOM
irstein Announces
for Reelection
Is State Attorney
Isiale Attorney Richard E. Ger-
L in has announced that he will
lik reelection as head of one of
l( nation's largest prosecuting
Ifices state attorney of the llth
Idicial Circuit in Dade county.
|l hf :ir> year-old Gerstein, who
Vl the duty of setting up Florida's
r>t lombined prosecuting office
ur years ago, made the an-
^uncement at a reception given
his honor.
| I am proud of the organization
at I have built in the almost few
Mrs I have served and even
der of the record that we have
Sieved," Gerstein said.
its tern added: "We do not
ess getting a conviction record,
Bt we are proud of ours. We have
lily one policy in the State Attor-
i-y's officevigorous prosecution
or the guilty and protection of
be innocent."
The only public official t re*
fcaive both the Miami and Miami
Bech Junior Chamber ef Cena-
marc* awards in the tame yaar
bt "Outstanding Public Official
In Dado County far llaV Oer-
Main is th first man from Dad*
Mnty to s.rva as president of
> Prosecuting Attorney'*
Msn. of Florida, an office he
w holds.
|A graduate of the University of
I.;imi law school, Gerstein s sup-
Vters reveal thai be has been
highly commended in five Grand
pry Reports during hie term a*
late Attorney." In 105T he re-
lived the Miami Junior Chamber
Commerce award aa "Miami's
utstanding Young Man." He also
Iceived Florida's Junior Cham-
?r of Commerce award aa "One
the Five Outstanding Young
|en of Florida." and was voted
"Outstanding Citizen of Dade
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Miami Elks, and past president of
the Young Democrats of Florida.
Gerstein, who has lived in Dade'
county most of his life, was an
Air Force navigator during World!
War II and was awarded the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross, the Air>
Dr. Schwartz Fete Over Weekend
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, will he guest of honor
at a reception tendered by the na
tional honorary societies of Trus-
tees, Builders, Guardians and
Medal, the Purple Heart, and the
Presidential Unit Citation.
Sponsors on Saturday evening in
the Grand ballroom of the Amen
cana hotel.
The event is one of a series be-
ing held at various Beach hotels
in advance of the tenth annual in-
augural conference for Israel
Bonds to be held at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel the weekend of Feb.
25.
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I960
(JAR Testing Israel Defense Capacity
. i! ,.,rH this week an eye on the itcby-fingrtc s
to be testing Israel'* military ami p ^ presideBt NMRtf'ai Hammarskjeld iold a pr*>.-as,
one southeast objective in the sudden upsurge T S>rii er of mllitary both committed themselves to d*,
learned that Israels -i*' marcation of the border "bir noth-
experts here, he had
reaction had not been dolled b>
the comparatively long period ot
peace in the zone.
The other possibility soggastad
by tho axparts hara was that
Nasser hopod to forea reopening
of tha whola quastion of tha sta-
tus of Hie damilitarixad xona,
which Israol considers M entira-
|y within Israal territory.

ing very much has happcin \ \\p
The immediate impasse was sajd tha( Qn (he bag|s Qf ^ ^^
based on the fact that '*"" mation which he received, tw
troops stormed and d?1*"-"1* on the Israel-Syrian bord. r ar
vtllase of Tawafik. which the >r-ng ,oward a quje( .
ians had converted into a rt,I^ wWchf I hope, will lead into ne-
position in violation of ine ww gotjat|ons between the two parties
armistice agreement the syr'"5 under the aegis of the United Nt.
sent new troops in who were ousy (iions Truct Supervision or^aniza-
entrenching themselves. tJQn
Israel Fink, of Minneapolis (left), a member of the United Jew-
ish Appeal National Cabinet, who has recently returned from
an inspection trip of Israel, is shown with Joseph M. Lipton.
Sam C. Levenson and Jay I. Kislak. co-hosts at the big Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Initial Gifts dinner last week. r ink re-
ported that only "two of every three" immigrants are produc-
tive and fully integrated. The remainder have lived in shacks
and tin huts for four. live and six years, now desperately need
new housing, jobs, and social services._______________________
UN officials of both the Truce:
The latter possibility was indica- SupprVision Organization and the
ted in Israels firm insistence that MJxed Arrnjstice Commission were
if as the United Nations Truce working nder the pressure of
Supervision Organization had sug- prjme Minister David Ben-Gunons
gested. Israel-Syrian talks were warning that if the UN was unable
held under UN auspices, the sta- (0 ge, ,hc Syrians out of the zone,
tus of the zone would be specific- ,srac, would agdin use force to
ally excluded from the agenda. schieve that objective.
Golda Meir Briefs Cabinet
On Move to Up Armament
Continued from Page 1-A
public, has now shifted, and the
Arab leaders, especially Egypt's
President Gamal Abdel Nasser,
are expected to feel in a few years
iv n itiat they can start
'decisive"" war of annihilation
against Israel, according to evalu-
ations apparent!) summarized here
Sunday in the Israel Cabinet.
The Cabinet concluded a series
ol appraisals of Israel's overall se-
curity situation. The shift in the
military equdibrium. which Israel
felt it had redressed in its favor
during the Sinai campaign of 1956.
emerged as one of the major con-
clusions in the Cabinet. ,
Charming Named
To Committee
Jules P. Channing. senior partner
in a firm of architects and engi-
neers, has been appointed a mem-
ber of the advisory commitee of
the College of Engineering of the
University of Florida.
The advisory committee consists
of a limited number of citizens
throughout the State of Florida
who act in an advisory capacity to
the college administration.
The committee will meet Satur-
day in Gainesville and then will
participate in the formal dedica-
tion of the new University of Flor-
Ida Nuclear Training Reactor bldg.
i From the viewpoint of short-
term implications, it is believed
here now that Nasser's aggressive-
ness will increase. Examples of
such intransigence are seen in the
t AH recent tightening of the
anti-Israel blockade of the Suez
Canal, as well as the recent Syrian
incursions on Israel's northern bor-
der.
While it is agreed that Israel
cannot help reacting to such ac-
tions, it is also felt here that Is-
rael must not give the world the
impression that it, too, is becom-
ing aggressive. Long-term think-
ing here holds that Israel must
adjust its defense budget and
must strengthen its ties with
those countries where she is able
I to purchase arms. France and
; the United States are cited as
- examples of such countries.
Authority Joins faculty
A world authority on snow, ice
land "permafrist." frozen soil that
' never thaws, has joined the re
[ search faculty of the University of
! Miami school of engineering. Com-
I ing here after spending six years
in research on Greenland's vast
ice sheet. Dr. Henri Bader. engi-
i neering geologist and mineralogist,
will devote his first year at the
, university to correlating the vol
uminoua information garnered in
the Arctic. Sponsored by a $36,000
contract to UM from the U. S.
Army Corps of Engineers, Dr. Ba
der will organize his data in re-
ports to the U. S Army's Snow. Ice;
and Permafrost Research Estab-
| lishment, of which he was chief
scientist
At the UN in New York, Sec-
retary General Dao Hammars-
kiold conferred with both sides
and reportedly gave them urgent
warnings to poll troop* out o? the
lone. Israal. officials insisted
they had pulled their troops out,
leaving only patrolmen to keep
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WHEN THIS ACREAGE IS SOLD THE PRICE MUST GO RACK TO PREVIOUS LEVELS.
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Friday. February 12. I960
Albert Einstein Medical School in Hi
Gear as Cantor, Fruchtman to Receive
Founders Awards at Dinner Here Feb. 21
Albert Einstein College of Medi-
cine went into high gear for its
1960 national development cam-
paign here with the appointment
of Herbert Sadkin. Ft. Lauderdale
leal estate businessman, as chair-
man of the school's dinner.
U. S. Sen. Jacob Javits (Rep-
N. Y.) will be guest speaker at the
dinner scheduled for Sunday eve-
ning, Feb. 21, at the Fontainebleau
hotel.
Sadkin met with a committee of
top area leaders Sunday at the
Eden Roc hotel to map the cam-
paign and make plans for the Feb.
21 function.
The Albert Einstein College of
Medicine it the first medical
school under Jewish auspices in
America, and is pan to all stu-
dents who can meets its scho-
lastic requirements, without re-
gard to race or religion.
Sadkin, a founder of the college
and a long-time worker with the
Federation of Jewish Philanthro-
pists of New York, the United
Jewish Appeal and Joint Defense
Appeal, named these men as as
sociate chairmen of the dinner
committee; William Brandt. George
Frankel. Thomas L. Kaplan, Na-
than J. Sonnenblick, and Jerome
Wolk.
On the founders committee are
South Florida residents Joseph
Rabbi Lipsehrtx In
Tuesdav. 830 p.m.. Rabbi Man
LipschiU will deliver a paper on
I "The Diary of Anne Frank Psy-
cological Analysts."
The lecture is part of a course
on 'Marriage and the Family,
.held on the third Tuesday of eat*
month at Monticello Park Congre-
gation.
College of Jewish Studies spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, has invited Rabbi Lip-
' schitz to teach the second semester
Talks Here
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commencing Thursday night. Feb*
11, through May S.
Other lectures include Rabbi
Benno Wallach, of Temple Sinai
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Dr. Donald Michaelson, of Hill'el
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Dr. Marcus D. Kogel, dean of
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speaker at the d;nner. Under Dr.
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of the major centers of medical
instruction in the nation. An au-
thority in public health and hos-
pital administration, ha former-
ly served as commissioner of
hospitals of Now York City.
The dinner will also be the site
of presentation of the school's
third annual Service Award to
Max J. Etra. Other recipients were
George Frankel, 1959, and Charles
frost. 1958.
Etra is chairman of the board
of trustee* of Yeshiva University
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board of overseers of the Albert
Einsteen medical school He is a
past president of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America and president of Congre-
gation Kehilath Jeshurun, New
York City.
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ami Beach real estate executive,
and Charles Fruchtman, steel in-
dustrialist of Miami Beach and To-
ledo, O., have been designated to
receive Founders Awards at the
Feb. 21 dinner, which will begin
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man of the Hollywood committee
I of the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine dinner. Members of the
Hollywood committee include Al-
ired J. Groene, Ben Greene, Abra-
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German High Court Seeks
Stiffer Raps for 2 Youths
Men's Club officers of Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute will be installed jointly with Sister-
hood officers at a function Sunday afternoon
at :he Diplomat hotel. Front row (left to right)
are Harry Cammer. treasurer; Morris Samo-
witz, vice president; Herman Weintraub, pres-
ident; William Cohen, vice president. Top row
(left to right) are Dr. Milton Siegfried, chair-
men of board; Philip Yasser, gabai; Moshe
Sterling, gabai; Sam Brick, recording "secre-
tary, Sam Klein, vice president. Not shown is
Herman Strauss, gabai. Rabbi Isaac Ever
will install officers. Board of directors include
Hyman Cesar. George Cohen, Isidore Covin,
Abe Danches, Jacob Epstein, William Feigen-
baum, Frank Fine, Jacob Gart, Adolph Gold-
berg, Michael Goldberg, Nat Helper. Alex
Harwood, Sam Hershkowitz, Harry Jackson,
Samuel Molbegat, Benjamin Mufson, William
Polin, Morris Ratner, Sol Reiner, Harry Rosen-
berg, Murray Rosenberg, Harold Rosenfeld.
Jack Roth. Wolf Shklair, Max Weintraub,
Emerich Weisz, Solomon Wilde and Abraham
Zemel.
Continued from Page 1 A
tor two years. He ruled that the
evidence showed a Nazi ideological
I influence in the behavior of the de-
fendants, but that their actions
were not part of an organized anti-
Semitic program.
The prosecutor. Friedrich Maier-
Bode. had asked for a jail term of
j two years and three months (or
Strunk. a baker's helper, and 21
I months for Schoenen. son of a well-
! to-do family who worked in his
father's office supply business.
j Schoenen's grandfather was half-
: Jewish.
The trial wet covered by more
' than 170 Gfrmin and foreign
correspondents. Trie defendants,
who wort expelled from the
right-wing German Reich* Party
after their arrest, said that they
were adherents of such pro-Naxi
groups as Mathilde Ludendorf's
'Teutonic Circle." They were
tried on charges of libel and blas-
phemy, defiling a house of wor-
ship and with "unconstitutional
intent." They could have received
maximum total terms of 15 years
each.
Both men acted defiantly during
the trial, neither showing any re-
morse for their acts. Schoenen
told the court, in a closing speech
after the testimony had been pre-
sented, that he felt he may go
down in Germany history as a "na-
tionalist hero." Strunk said he de-
faced the synagogue to draw at-
tention to the "Jewish danger to
the German race."
A medical expert testified that
both men are "psychopathic scat-
terbrains. with no intelligence
rating, and an animal-like fanatic-
ism."
Alpha Omega to be Cited
Alpha Omega fraternity of Great-
er Miami will hold its 13th annual
Founders Day banquet Feb. 20 at
the Carillon hotel. Honored guest
will be Dr. Michael Frost, interna-
tional president of Alpha Omega
and chairman of the New Jersey
State Board of Dental Examiners.
Dr. Frost is here to present the
National Efficiency Award to the
Greater Miami chapter for being
the outstanding group in the na-
tion.
Academy Pupils
ISet Science Fair
IMircv Academy Junior High
Department will hold its first Sci-
ence Fair on Wednesday in the
Mh( 1 iKiilding. Exhibits are open
Ito tli. public at 8 p.m.. Rabbi Alex-
iiniUr S. Gross, principal, an-
wur.it' 1.
Emh of the 70 students of the
kchot I's Junior High Department
lv.ll have -xhibiU on display. Pro-
pert- in.I he in the field of chem-
! 'logy, astronomy, elec-
|i / 'Ology and mathematics,
participants will be
I1 i enter the sixth annual
KltTida Science Fair to be
I Mar. 16 to 19 at Dinner Key
\udi:or.um. The top three winners
I aw arded special prizes by
^hr Academy's PTA.
Tin annual Science Fair is spon-
t the Miami Herald. Uni-
' Miami, and Dade County
Dr. Williams to Speak
Dr. H. Franklin Williams will be
guest speaker at the Luncheon
Club of Sholem Lodge of B'nai
B'rith at noon on Friday. His sub
ject will be "The Purposes of High-
i er Education." Eli Hurwitz and Al-
! fred Kreisler are co-chairmen of
I the luncheon meetings at the Rob-
j ert Clay hotel, which each week
feature a prominent speaker.
Town and Country Clubbers
Town and Country Clubbers of ]
North Dade will hold a Valentin''
Day dance Sunday evening for I
single business and professional
men and women between 25 and
40. Site is Monticello Park Congre-.
gation, 1099 NE 163rd st.
Teachers Mathematic and Science
Club. Joseph Ackner, instructor, j
is faculty advisor for the students
participating in the Science Fair.
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Friday, February 12.
Cantata to Launch
Brotherhood Week
An original cantata, written by
a Miami Beach composer, will
launch a -series -of Week observances at Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami Friday eve-
ning.
"I believe in America," the pa-
triotic theme composed by Martin
Godwin, a former member of the
famed Philadelphia Orchestra. wiH
be performed by the Temple Is
rael Choir, with Cantor Jacob G
Bornstein as baritone soloist and
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot as narra
tor. There will be piano and organ
accompaniment.
It will be broadcast ever ra-
dio station WWPB-FM from 8:15
to 9 p.m. on the regular Temple
Israel Sabbath eve services over
that station.
Next Tuesday, Dr. Narot and
Temple Israel will be host to more
than 100 Christian clergymen of
{::TT ^ratJrV\rmcia!^ last year by the Miami Beach
v ua Ll S? "of rHil?^ Civic Orchestra and the chorus of
vfavhed. professor of religion at ... u c u i itb
Y.,n van Schwartzman. professor of 'a"'"r *>*el as soloist
education a. the Hebrew Union Godwl" "f hcond"cJ ne*lm Frl.
College, will dl8CU -Where Are | da-v n\*M: He has taken some of
We Heading in Religious Educa- ">' ft"* l)ls,or,c words from
American history Preamble to
the Constitution. Pledge of Allegi-
ance, and the Gettysburg Address.
. as well as the United Nations
The same evening. Mayhew and Praver by Stephen Vincent Benet
Schwartzman will speak in th*-i _and them t0 music
remple sanctuary on Education/ ______________
lor Brotherhood" before a com-!-,, __
bined meeting of Temple l-i l CdlTCr TO fiGGI"
Wen's Club and Sisterhood, and the __
public is invited to attend the DCIlGTCICTOr riGrG
Cantor Kusevitsky
At Beth Jacob
World renowned Cantor David
Kusevitsky will chant services
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19 ana
20. at Betb-rfec* Caen as* gallon..
Special arrangements for the
services marking the reading of
the Ten Commandments will be
outlined by Rabbi Tibor Stern,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion.
Services will commence at 5:45
p.m. on Friday. Saturday morningi
services are at 8:30 a.m. Admis-
sion tickets are available at the
Beth Jacob office.
MARTIN GODWIN
tionChristian and Jewish?" The
.seminar will be followed by a lun-
cheon and discussion.
iorum which begins at 8 p.m.
On Sunday, Feb. 14. Prof.
Schwartzman will conduct a work-
Southwest Jewish Center will
honor Mrs. Sarah Czech at a func-
tion Saturday evening at the Cen-
Cantor Jacob Due
At Beth El Conq.
Cantor David Jacob will be
heard at Friday evening services,
5:30 p.m.. of Beth El Congregation
this weekend and Shabbas Shirah
services 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will offi-
ciate and preach at both services
The world-renowned Cantor
Jacob will also be presented in a
concert Sunday evening, 8 p.m.,
at the congregation, 500 SW 17th
ave., Miami.
Tickets and information are
available at the congregation of-
fice.
Cantor Jacob, who possesses a
fine tenor voice, has concertized
throughout the United States and
Canada, recently appeared in a
number of television programs,
and just recorded an RCA album
called "Sheiri David."
Horn* to Mark Anniversary
Bikur Cholim Kosher ConvtJ
cent Home will mark the SCCOfti
anniversary of the opening 0f
Home at 310 Collins ave. The ce
bration will be Wednesday no
at the Algiers hotel. Edward ]
kin, manager of the Home, will
guest speaker.
-hop for Temple Israel religious | ler.
school facuty on "Effective Lesson i Mrs. Czech will be honored "for
Planning."
Because of the coincidence of
the date of Lincoln's birthday
and the beginning of Brother-
hood Week, the cantata was se-
lected for performance as this
year's special Sacred Music pro-
gram, an annual event at Tem-
ple Israel.
The cantata, written* for chorus,
hanlone soloist and orchestra, re-
ceived its premiere performance
her many generous contributions
which, to a major extent, helped
to build and maintain the Center
during its formative years."
The Center, now almost four
j years old, will make several gift
i presentations to Mrs. Czech, as
: well as bestow honorary life mem-
bership upon her.
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Hebrew Teachers
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Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Great-
er Miami will honor Mr. and Mrs.
Shlomo Gerchakoff at a meeting
Sunday evening at the home of Mr. i
and Mrs. Zvi Rosenkranz, 517 SW
15th ave.
The meeting will also mark the
organization's celebration of Tu
B'Shevat.
Committee in charge of arrange-
j ments includes the Mesdames Na-
\ than Wagner, Bracha Kaplan, Zvi
1 Feinstein. and J. Z. Stadlan. presi-
dent of the Hebrew Teachers Assn.
DR. ISRAIL GOLDFARB
Dr. Goldfarb
Preaches Friday
Dr. Israel Goldfarb. father-in-
law of Dr. Irving Lehrman, will be
guest preacher at the late Friday
evening services of Temple
Emanu-EI.
Dr. Goldfarb is Rabbi Emeritus
of Brooklyn's Beth -Israel Ansne
Ernes.
For 20 years professor of Litur-
gical Music at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America, he is
composer of synagogue "melodies
sung throughout the world, the
best-known of whicb is "Sholom
Alechem," the popular Friday eve-
ning hymn.
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+Jm>isti fhsiUir
Page 13-A
iWi
Ullle village there lived a '
Aoc"ino,rr "* fre'ienced great
]
GEMS OF WISDOM
,
CO.
oirrlv. One cold winter night. -
urdened with hunger, he finally
.0kt arid, told.kt* /< thaf,, he, r
IUI ,1.....methmg at once to re- ij
,,*- then flight- And to he left
i went in search of hit fortune. ;
Hong the way. he paused beneath '-"
[tff and lay down to tleep.
As he slept, he dreamed. He be- ,?
|,i an old man who told him that
t was Elijah the prophet, and in-
ruard the shoemaker to go 'o ;
if nearby city, come to the tyna- '
t!u- Count six houses from the
inagogue. and there in the sixth
fuse lireJ a tailor by the name o| j
ffc \rna. He U'd* o go into hi
ium and the tailor u-ould give
m instruction* at to what to do.
The fnllouipg morning, the ihoe- ?
\ti armed in tou-n. he counted I
i ,:x houses from the synagogue
J u mi in to tee the tailot. "What i
n I Jo for you." as^ed the tailor.
e il:i>ema^er amu'ered: "7 had a
urn. and in this dream 1 was in- '
tutr.l to see you. and you would
me what to do." The tailor
f/r.i at the shoemaker and said
him / do not believe in dreams.
ey are nlly. Last night. 1 had a
dm telling me that there was a I
sun huned ouuide the house of
iat\er by the name of
ohm m a little tillage nearby.
r'nii^ for a moment that
ould go Jig it up?" "Tfcanl; you.
the -li.'rma^er." Thereupon
sfiorma^er returned home, and
te in 11"tit of hit house he lo-
d liir rrej.ure. Doej thu not
that faith can manifest
I in ir-' unpredictable ways'
Sn Jh B'Shevat Shews Ever
Presence ef the Almighty
larni s
rCeli By RABBI BERNARD SHOT!R
Fleeler-Granada Jewiih Center
This Sabbath morning, our Scrtp-
tura! reading will be from the Book
of Exodus, wherein we will read
of the great deliverance of our
forefathers from the bands of their
Egyptian taskmasters after 400
years of slavery. As the Israelites
crossed through the Red Sea on
dry land, and witnessed their pur-
suers being drowned in the depths
of the sea, they burst forth in a
song which has become known as
"The Song at the Red Sea," in
gratitude and praise of the Al-
mighy. It is for this reason that
this Sabbath is known as "Shabbat
Shiran"Sabbath of Song."
<3 e rvic r*9 ~- AOUOATH ISRAEL. 7B01 Carlyle iv
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever.
Friday < p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Could Judaism ri'.iltl.HB With-
out Freedom of 1 -. .!.-< F.|i.|. ".'
ANSHE EMES.
Conservative,
prealdant.
2533 SW Itth ava.
Maxwell Silberman,
BETH DAVID 2435 SW 3rd ava. Con
eervatrve. Rabbi YaaKov Rosenberg
Cantor William W LlDtOn.
Friday I:1S p.m. Boy laM Sabbath
Sermon: "Today in the DaV." Satur-
day a.m. Bar Mttavah Donald, Mm
"f Mr. and Mm Sol Berkla.
BETH EL. MO SW 17ttTave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomtr 'hift.
Pride) .".-30 and K:3H pin >! ilui -..
honor Hoy Seoul Week Berkowlti
Troop ,,nd Cub Pack ".mi win part Id-
pan Quest speaker: Frederick Sturm,
chairman of District |, .Miami Scout-
ing; <'olin<-ll. Topic KuiMlam. nlals ol
Scouting and What Thoy l.ead To."
Saturday :ici a.m. Oueel Cantol Da
vld Ja.i.l,
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
on. Cantor Hymin Fein.
Friday l:is p.m ptermon "Hani Cen-
tennial The Dream thai Bet ime
Realttj HMurdai m Hebr. a
w-hooi atiidt-nta to participate. Samuel
rlrayaon to read Weekl) Portion Ser-
mon: "Tin- BssvatsUi t'ommandmeal '
SETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Friday >:to p.m. Saturday to m
Sermon: "our F.motionaDivine."
ra
This Sabbath is also Tu B'Shevat,
'Ithe fifteenth day of the Hebrew
I month of Shevat, which our breth
, ren in Israel celebrate as the New KAUI IflNAffD SHOTft
| Year of Trees, for Tu B'Shevat marks the transition in nature from dor-
mant winter to verdant green.
Of all the festivals celebrated by our people, this is perhaps the
most closely related with nature. The ever presence of the Almighty th Israel. aooo Praam .v.. or
can be seen in the trees and flowers about us. and through such phe ,hodo,, ">"' Loui. Rottman.
nomena in nature as is described in the Five Books of Moses
In celebration of Tu B'Shevat, the children in Israel plant small
saplings. As the roots of these saplings burrow deeply into the soil
they aid in the conservation of the land; for with the eventual shade and
lumber which they produce, the small saplings provide life for Israel.
We. too, must care for the young saplings of our community The
roots of our Tree of Life, the Torah, must penetrate deeply within us ,
and our children. It must become part of our everyday experience co?RE.OATJ?..N .ETZ chaim. os
intertwined within every facet of our lives. !- "' r,h<>d0" RlbD1 Ch"m
BETH RAPHAEL.
Orthodox.
13S NW 3rd ave
BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky.
rrldH\ ,:4, pin Saturday I it m
Sermon: -Are We Spiritual!) Pre-
P......' Sermon al i IS p.m "Our
.lewiah Future."
TALES OF MORALS
There is a tale about a mighty
King who lived in great splendor.
His palace was beautifully furnish
ed. wealth was evident throughout,
many servants were in his employ,
but the King was extremely un-
happy. His counselors attempted
to cheer him up all to no avail.
.' Finally, one day one of his coun-
lelors said to the King that there
is one cure he feels would bring
him happiness that a search be in-
stituted for a I erv happy man and
if the King u'nuld don the shin
:hat the happy man wears, the King
in return u'ottld be very happy.
After a lengths learcS, the King's
messenger rame upon a hobo. Thu
mendicant had no worries, no re-
sponsibilities and though dressed in
'agv teemed to be quite happy and
contented. The King's messenger
atk\ed this hobo if he were truly
happy, and the hobo replied that
he was the most happy man in the
world Whereupon the messenger
inquired if they might have the
use of his shirt, and the hobo re-
plied: "/ ain't got no shirt."
MORAL: It is not the material
possessions that mak.es man happy,
but rather the person's outloot, and
.'nlentment u'lth his lot.
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Sources of Hebrew Language
And Religion in Past Experience
Was Hebrew ever a deed latV*-
fJMaTf
No. Unlike Latin, the knowledge' ]
of Hebrew was never limited to j l
l a tiny proportion of the total Jew-11
ish population. The language was||
always spread and used for the
most ordinary secular activities, as
well as for the erudite.
a e e
Was Judaism aver a missionary
ratio, ran?
Yes. In fact, the New Testament
sneers against the Pharisees for
"n *?!# riuom nDtvn ra cr*8in8|and and sea ,n order to
' "! t t I procure one proselyte. Later pros-
iin HDlprin *?tt, n*?X Pal ylitism was modified, partly
U.na.nW Ikn tirv>i^itc (HMTon/liiriHl
CANDllUGHTING TIME
14 Shevat 5:52 p.m.
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
PHda) I !". pin Siiiiinri "Mow In,*--*
Qod Speak to Man Today?" Saturday
mi Bai Mltsvab: Stephen, eon "f
Mr and Mis ilarold Kane
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TEMPLE BETH EL. 1645 Polk et..
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe at Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schreiber.
Fllda> l' in S.iluidav V a.m.
Karlinaky.
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iORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
P.O. Box 34-0S4. Miami. Rabbi Sam.
uel April.
JADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18160 NW
2nd Conservative. Cantor Eman-
uel Mandcl.
Pitnar o.li i m Student! to mai k Tu
11 Shevat Saturday a.m.
-"LAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW Slat
pi Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chafe
Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein. eve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniab
' i> and I l' p.m. Sermon: Cantor Oavlo Convieer.
Sabbath of Do lag." aoUttrdar I Tt Idai IS a.m Sermon: A Tree al
1 ni. \. ,\ Life in nroarltaj in I.raH '
i ;" i. .i in Bar Mitxiah: Mai
Hll F*M RPFORM JEWISH CON. .dm. i...n ..f Mr. arid Mm .M.rri-
OREQATION. 1150 W. ttth st.. Hia- Kantalei
laah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. -------a-------
Friday v || p.m Baraaua ivhan temple b-nai sholom. leaoo nw
idlce and Inloli-ian-e Qtve Way 22nd ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
to I'nderatandlna and Raapact.'' t*n-ir
>.ilili.it boasta: Mr aaxl .Mi-. Murray
m honor of th* birth.i,i> ..r
Ih, it -iiii. Martin.
Sheldon Edward*. Cantor Btn Gross-
berg
Friday 1:11 p.m. Sermon: "Sajre of a
Nation." Saturday '.< v m Sermon:
"Growlnar Up." Hat MHxvah: Steven,
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 3030 m.n ..f Mr and Mm. Irvlnn Itoaenlhal.
Polk st. Conaervative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday IS and I II p.m Baiinun
' l''t. iliim SaturdatJ I a.m. liar!
Mltxvah at ." :M p m llru. .-. .-..u of
Mi .ind Mr- Bamual K.-ran. who will
Friday evening Inea:
Shakaspaara be traced to Jewish
sources?
Some scholars point to the name,lr""" ''"lay evening u,. K rfhabhafc
Shelah, "Shelach." in the book of kneseth isPtVc'ruis Euclid ave
Gen. 10:24 and 11:19 as thev also
ihrough the timidity engendered ?"",e,the name / w"h th,^
.1X0 7111 KiH in the age of persecution and part Biblical name Iscoh. "Yisco.
I W ..i nntinainrl ~ n ITotl 11- 'Ml
ly from the wholesome realization
mentioned in Gen. 11:29.
prayer book speaks of the
Cedars of Lebanon. Are any of
the cedars still there?
It is estimated that the remain
ing cedars are about 400 in num
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Kiiii.iv 1 :. .. ii.) v :'..i pin Gueat |>aali
-I- I >i Mortffner A Robbina, nation-
al vlee praaldant, Btonlal *"KHiilxation
"t America: Jacob i-i-hm.ni trace
praaldant, J.'i-h National F u n .1
Conn. II ..f lireater Miami Subjecl
MaturtM) of Hoaaj." Saturda) I ;"
a m.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herschell Seville. Cantor Joseph
Saliman.
who \>iii hoal
.-Tialdtat.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor larael Reich.
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TFMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th et.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Naret.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Canter
Herman Gottlieb.
Prldaj v ji p m Bar mots: "The Power
..f the Written Word Fellowahlp
Hour. Mr- shosiian.i BpaettM Qrean
l-iat. of ih.- Hebrev Academj f.onl-
t>. to I....I and Intarprel poetry of
4'hnlm \.o Inn..ti lliallk. < uh-k Shah-
l*i hoaua: Dr. and Mis Bernard \
aar. Saturdaj I .a m Maayoualra.
Temple ~. rvk IS M a.m.
ron D'l^ii) l7,?a~11ia (that the key to Heaven is not the!
, *' J_~ exclusive property of any single' "r
TT\ n?i ? ^Kiftra on sect.
'- t e e th
w Tj?pn d'k'poo oni
.nnon ^ n^na -Kinxi ^""Z\n ihe word is Boi;br- Man>'of ,hcm arc aboul ,0
v-T ti -i TBe Origin OI me wora is d f MONTICELLO PARK. 1*4th at. and f adult .duration ooarae to be hon-
certain. According to some u" K -w... i-YiHL .bt I NB itth ava. Conservative. Rabbi ...1 Plrat arrader, to be conaeeeatad.
, ti ,iti.. it /.m. from the He- i cumference. They indicate that. M,M _.p.rtta. Cantor BsnZ.en Harmon: '-education in Even Oeaer-
HUriON -
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Can-
tor Samuel Oomberg.
F'rlday T. :| and S:ll p.m .'.radiiat.
T- Press In Israel
V Bn Yehuda
*ere alive today
thonties, it comes from the He-
brew word "Bhet." which means
"divorce," i.e., divorced from the
rest of the general community.
According to others, it is of Latin
derivation, stemming from the
Italian "Borgbetto." with the first
they are about 1,000 or more years
old.
e e e
Whet dees the Bible say about the
visit ef the Queen of Sheha te
King Solomon?
Kirschenbaum.
Irlday .'. .10 and 1:11 p.m Sermon:
"Life on Short Order." Han Mltsvah:
Maraha. dauvlil.-r f Mt and Mi*
Simon Hall. Saturday l:4S a.m Ser-
mon "Throw a I:..... ..- an Objacl
r aeanil liar Mltsvah Warren, eon Frll.V "
of Ml and Mrs. Harry S.hoir.
a.m. Sermon:
wt.| The story is found in the 10th [ NOrth oaoc center, issm w
to wss in
Venice, and "Ghetto
"'"ed shop wnJcn ; j was the word used to describe the **.*> MJMAtjMM
-jm He would Z tolTJl^ triced for Jews only.
-ht of ) his eyes, rifteen c.n the name Shylock used
r ncusPaperi pubUshed
W) ln Isr,el
lift
|ilrj
and tens of
nd monthlies. Perhaps
even find it difficult to
,~V,sraeli newspapers of to-
* the diffprence between the
* Myle of today and
'"at period is very great.
**' 'he newspaper, in
bi '' 'Mand on) *rio"
"" nd fulfu, an important
^PonMble funcon in ^
I"" state.
,bJ by Brit ivrU oiamit)
Henry
him because of his international i nSttoint
fame for his great wisdom. Upon
Kv meeting Solomon, she exclaimed:
"Thy wisdom exceedeth the fame
which I heard."
Thu page u prepared in co-
operation with the .Spiritual Lead-
en of the Greater Miami Rabbin
ual Aim,
Rabbi Yaakov G Ro^nherg
Coordinator
contsibftoss
Rabhi David Hrrson
Tal and Gems of Wudora
RiKoi B Leon Hurwita
Knou' Tour Heritage
attoo." Saturday S:45
"Waakh Fortion."
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12108
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
Wallach.
p.m. Sftnion: "Review of
llcn-Hui Saturday 11 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Spencer, Son of Mr. and Mr-*.
Seymour Fox
TEMPLE TIPERETM JACOB K1
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Friday 1:18 |.in Otaaat a|naker: Dr.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. SSD 75th st ifcljKEl ,x,"1''"l,v; v".T""'-. S""h
Canservative. Rabbi Mayer Abr.m ""'''.' "f-..... J-wlah National Fund.
owlU. Cantor Edward Klein. filSS*1 'J"w?^ ^'iV"hi> "'i
_ Ainold. eon of Mi. and Mra Bernard
I hi .\ l:S0 i> m. Saturday S a.m. her- Blonder.
mm: "Weesll I'ortlon." ___a>
Okelica.
t> m Sermon: "Ten RuK-a
- Saturday J a.m.
Who were the Essenes?
They were a party in Judaism,
as were the Sadducees and Phari pHdau I i. m Oaeaa: avesker: Paroj
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643S SW Sth
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Frif.lland.-r. .-halrman of thf Ain.'i-
tcaelam rommlttae, Jrwleh War Vet-
eran* le|iartm.nt of Hrida. Topi.*:
M\ Peopla'a Ktrrnal Drama."
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan.
sees. The meaning of the name is
not entirely clear. According to
some authorities the word means
shy." and according to other, it
means "healers." because they
devoted themselves to the healing rirMay v i'm I'nlrted hidn last
_. ,. _-i,.o NK l7N' "' aVrmon "Ten Command-
of the sick. These three parlies ,fn, Pnundatlon .f Our Human
j ,. ik. ,i,,.c f thp rrea- Borlety Ones ShaM.nt boats: Mr
lived during the days of ine crea |ri(| Ml_ M rll (,,en nnr ,
TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th et.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred W.
man. Cantor Jacob Geldfarb.
Frldny S:.tO pm Sermon: "The- Eter-
nal Sons of larael." Senior KoclaJ
Group I., sStonaor in.lay a in Bar Mltavah: Michael.
ih.n of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Hyman.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. S500 N. Miami
ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Canter Albert GKnti
Frldai I M p m bat.....ri AVhatT"
Salin.lav !* a.m.
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mera ave. Conaervative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Meyer Gisser.
tion of the Talmud, after the Has- '"l"'lr!h "'"'" '-- '> Bat. Kriday I 11 ,.. Oueet s,,.ak.-, Louie
I .k- c^lrt i ""> "" S. hwartxman exeoutlv.
moneon victory over tne uretR> -------a------- ,,, ,,.,, ,,, ,, -r..i.i.
.168 BCE).
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5*50 N. Kendall
dr., Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert
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Friday, February 12. I960
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN
Ultimate Height of the Hebraic Theory of Existence
THE BOOK OF JOB AS A GREEK TRAGEDY. By Horact
M. Kallen. 163 pp. New York: Hill and Wang. Drama-
book, $1.25. Hard-cover, S3.50.
IT IS NOW more than fifty years since Horace M. Kallen.
professor and writer, first published the Book of Job in
what he believed to be its original form, that of "a Greek
tragedy in the manner of Euripides." Now reissued both
in hardcover and as a Dramabook (Hill and Wang's paper-
back library of the great classics of the theater of all
countries), the book includes the essay and the preface of
the first edition, plus a new preface which takes note of the
inteOectual progress of the thesis right up to MacLeish's
Broadway hit, "J.B."
The text of the Book of Job in the form of a Creek the Book of Job conceived of a God without bias "in favor
a Jdv interesting as it is pales bes.de Dr. Kallens two- of one way of l.v.ng as against another, or in favor of one
of his creatures as against another. That God should not
have a bias was monstrous in the eyes of Job's friends
(i- part essay on the original form of Job and the Joban
philosophy of life. The problem of Job. (that is, the prob-
lem of evil), as profund a puzzle for the modern world as
for the ancient, has conjured up a score of solutions, all of
which must fall eventually into one of two categories:
either suffering is meaningful, or it is^not meaningful. The
author points out, quite aptly, that one ef the stumbling
blocks on the road to understanding Job continues to be
our concept of a God of Justice concept which requires,
of course, that He be just in our human terms.
Dr. Kallens contention is that the unknown author of
'.'.'
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Jewry's Future in Cuba's New Social Order
Washington
IATIN AMERICAN Jewry is an-
* ticipating President Eisen-
hower's forthcoming trip to South
America against a background of
incipient worry. Cuban Jewry,
particularly, is evaluating possible
results of the growing Cuban Amer-
ican rift.
The Castro revolution in Cuba is a spectacular
movement, but it is by no means the only manifesta-
tion of social ferment in Latin America. The march
is on towards a new social order. To be anti-Yankee
is to be progressive and popular. In awakening the
Latin .Nation- the United States is linked with the
crumbling reactionary structure.

Overseas Newsletter:
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Kassem Turns Tables
Jerusalem
COR THE FIRST time since the bitter
feud broke out between Egyptian dic-
tator Col. Nasser and Iraqi dictator Gen,
Kessem, the "Palestine Question" has
emerged as an issue between them. In
realizing this one cannot but admire the
admit was i" which Gen. Kassem turned
the tables on Col Nasser.
When Nasser seized power in Egypt and began his
feud with Iraq's Nuri Said, the pro-Western Premier of
King Faisal, one of the standard attacks in Nasser's propa-
ganda arsenal was the charge that Iraq does not do a
thing "to help the Arabs to regain the fatherland stolen
from the Palestinian Arabs." Despite the fact that Nuri s
statements were often more violently anti-Israel than
those of Nasser himself. Iraq remained in a constant defen-
sive on this issue.
i rthrow of the pro-Western regime and the
r of Nuri Said and Kin;; Faisal by Gen. Kassem'j
Nasser hoped that soon Iraq would become sub-
D, instead. (Jen. Kassem asserted iata?"
Will the spreading social revolution have a neg-
ative impact on the generally favorable status of
Latin America's numerous Jewish communities? Not
necessarily; in some Latin states, Jews are in the
forefront of progressive movements. But elsewhere
Jews are sometimes linked with the "Yankees" and
outside "exploiters."
A menacing situation has developed in the Re-
public of Panama. In Colon, Panama, a group of
50 Jewish merchants last month closed their busi-
nesses temporarily as a mass protest against rising
anti-Semitism. They acted after swastikas were
painted on synagogue walls. They found slogans
reading: "Jews, the hour has come. Hitler will re-
turn." The merchants said they closed down spe-
cifically as a protest against such anti-Jewish acts.
Canal Zone sources reported bitter discontent
among Panamanian workers arising from the oppo-
sition of some employers to a new minimum waRe
bill. There was speculation that this sentiment might
have been exploited by anti-Jewish agitators because
a number of the employers were Jews.
Also, in Panama and other nations of the region,
diplomats of the United Arab Republic have in-
creased anti Jewish agitation and propaganda activ-
ities. Despite recent Washington participation in a
huge World Bank loan to expand the UAR's Suez
Canal, the UAR diplomats are busily seeking to
undermine the American hold on the Panama Canal.
The situation in Cuba finds Castro deliberately
trying to provoke the I'nited States. He knows that
"Yankee' reprisals would make him a vindicated
hero throughout Latin America.
Cuba's 13.000 Jews have so far reported no indi-
cations of anti-Semitism. Some Jews hold positions
in the Castro government clique. There is some
concern lest Cairo's invitation to President Nasser
of the UAR to visit Havana lead to Cuban identifi-
cation with the anti-Israel Afro-Asian bloc. Castro's
heutenants have already visited Cairo and brought
back glowing reports.
Long-term possibilities rather than immediate
prospects concern Latin Jewry. If a dynamic new
social order involving Latin masses is in motion, will
some demagogue seize on /"Jewish" issue? Will
Jewsi be linked with the hated "Yankee imperial-
the eyes of his nation, in the eyes of all mankind. To the
bulk of us it is still monstrous."
The Joban assertion of God's moral indifference as the
greatest justice is one which attains, he believes, the ulti-
mate height of the Hebraic theory of life, the final abstrac-
tion in the Hebraic tradition of the "dehumanization" of
God and the denial of anthropomorphism. This kind of
disillusion was an impossible step for the masses to take;
a "humanism terrible and unique % an excellence too
rare and difficult ever to become a common virtue of man-
kind." it makes of the human soul the "citadel of man-
even against Omnipotence itselfwherein he cherishes his
integrity, and so cherishing, is victorious in the warfare of
living even when life is lost."
The reader may note that Dr. Kallens interpretation
of the meaning of the Book of Jobor the intention of its
authorcan lead summarily away from God as well as
directly to Him in a light too bright, perhaps, for human
endurance. It is precisely this stubborn challenge, poised
between the deepest heresy and the most courageous be-
lief, that makes Job continually fascinating, and the re-
issuance of Dr. Kallens book a boon for mid-century
thinker*,

THE SONG OF SONGS. Translated by Hugh J. Schonfield.
128 pp. New York: Mentor Books. Paperback only, 50..
Dr. SchonfiekTs new translation of the Song of Songs
includes a survey of ancient and modern schools of inter-
pretation, a scholarly analysis of the various theories of
allegory, drama, wedding feast, love song and fertility rite
which have been propounded. The British writer draws
upon archaeology and his own knowledge of the Middle
East for his colorful portrayal of the background of the
Song. The translation itself is charming; Dr. Schonfield
avoids all the Freudian symbols in bis explanationsand,
you know, one hardly misses them at all.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
ce and embarked on his own version of neu-
trality between the East and the Westa neutrality which,
anda and Its echoa in Washington!
nuine than Egypt'sa serious challenge ap-
i- primacy in the Arab world. Soon Na-
- mbroiled in fight with Kassemwith a bitter-
ness and violence that exceeded his fight with Nuri Said.
However, for a considerable time, the Palestine ques-
tion did not figure in the Nasser Kassem feud, it was only
in recent months that Nasser began charging Kassem with
a "pro-Israei" attitude and the "selling out of the inter-
ests of the Palestine Arabs." A few weeks ago. K
in one single brilliant move turned the tables on N
hitting-at the same time-his lesser enemy. King Hussein
of Jordan, cousin of the murdered King Faisal.
What Kassem said quite unequivocally was this-
Palestine was "stolen from the Palestine people bv three
thieves'-Egypt, which holds the Gaza Strip: Jordan
which annexe central Palestine that should have been the
main body of the Palestine Arab state foreseen bv the I N
resolution dividing Palestine between Israel and the
and by Israel, First, two of the thieves of the Arab
camp should give back to the Palestinians their land On
his territory a Palestine (Arab) Republic should be estab-
lished. Since the "liberation of Palestine is primarily the
affair of the Palestinian people," they should decide on
their attitude toward the land still held by "the third thief
Israel.
Nothing of this kind has happened in Cuba. Cu-
Dan Jewry has become an integral part of the is-
land s population. Jewish parents, natives of Po-
and have observed that their Cuban-born sons ,re
hTn tHul,ar,w,,n 'ht' wrilin* of Sholom Aleichem
than those of Jose Marti. However, as Latin Amer-
lea moves inexorably into world focus and the Eisen-
hower trip approaches. Jews from .Mexico to Argen-
Una are waiting and watching. K
Everybody is Doing It
THE nineteenth century was the cen-
tury of the Industrial Revolution.
Perhaps the twentieth century wili
down in history as the century of the
"transportation revolution."
Everybody seems to be going some-
where. Some friends of mine in Chic
simple people who not so long ago would
I not have gone to the suburbs, recently
decided to weekend in California.
Am I indulging my fancy? Maybe, but the facts seem
to justify it. The other day I picked up an Israeli paper,
and there I found an interview with Frederic March, the
actor.
Once upon a time only the most religious Jews went
to Eretz Israel, and even they waited until they were on
the brink of Heaven. They went to die there.
After that, came another period, when devout Zionist-
went there. It was a great sacrifice. It wasn't easy for
them to leave dear old Poland or Minsk or Pinsk with its
herring and pogroms. They wept bitter tears as they took
off. They would mill all the comfortsthe steam heat,
the car in the garage, the radioin Minsk but they took
off. Not many, to be sureit was not a sacrifice that
could be expected of many.
Well, that stage has passed too. Now Frederic March,
Who is DOl a Jew at all. goes there. And in the same issue
of the Israeli paper. I saw another item saying that Haifa
expects shortly 12 ships with -ome 5.000 tourists-most of
them non-Jews who will spend four days in that city as
part of a larger tour of the Middle East.
So non-Jews are going there, and even Jews who are
non-Jews.
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Better Understanding of Today's Hebrew Works
IUDAH NADICH in hi. -f.__ .__________
JUDAH NADICH, in his preface
Flowering of Modern Hebrew Liter
ature (Twayne Publishers, by the late!
Menachem R.balow. aptly observes that'
he hoped the book would contribute
Just as
tween the
gerian people and France," in which the" Algerfans r
support from the other Arabs, so should the Palestini
s "the fight in Algeria is not a fight directly be-
other Arabs and France but between the Al-
a bet.er understanding f modern He| II
brew literature and to a seeking of He f
brew creativity in its original letters
As far as this writer is concerned thil
hope has been fulfilled. It has been years. I'
inf uencing and illumining the contemporary Hebrew path
in literature and thought. Each of the ten essay! is studded
with brilliant observations, keep analysis and a limnm:
that is by no means marred by the author's admiration of
the subject.
They were works of love these essays, by a man who-'
love of letters, and Hebrew letters in particular, was pr>-
"un(l. dedicated and honest. One need not always agree
PJ,a Z\. .1 wn,er*s evaluation either of a work or an author.
Hebrew i umW^ *"** '" their oriSinal T tneDreucfn >e no disputing the fact that the late ftiena-
-., so snoujo me faiest.ni double for JT n*u,e' ne whose difficulty mounts c m R,balow umned the literary scene as he saw it.
ilnLn eHe f" SUPPrt in their fight Should h* Pales- muI And then .her. "ft educaU" rooted in Tal- Sme wUI consider lhi> heretical, but this reviewer, for
nans decide to come to a settlement with the Israelis- bread Tru v V when I closeri ,h.'iJT :S he",vy' "nd ,he da>' ,s short But te j, i'Ul"n" Zalman Schneur is dead, but even the de
7 voVe^ to go backSt,oa,he0Hehl.S ^ remar"ab.e book f"^. not *-* when the time comes to plac
excellently\lLTJ* ,1 J~Jlbriw ?.ources of what was ,hemJn !*e P.rPer >'wy nd artistic framework.
it is their business.
Kassem's strategy was highly successful, and it
proved several things. The fact that his reaction hit home
and hit hard was proven by the fact that ever since his
speech Cairo and Amman radios never stopped violently
denouncing his attitude. Evidently his argument found
fertile soil at least among the Palestinians and the refu-
excellently spooned to me in the English Pi
involved ,n8the Eng^^deUg rSXcT '*
The two finest essays in the book are on Bialik and
ichernihovsky, primarily perhaps because they are pic
tures in contrast, each with a different background and
of different styles. Bialik is of prophetic texture and, at
times, of ascetic structure. Tchncrnihovaky is pagan. Bia
iik was raised on almonds and raisins. Tchernihovsky on
Russian.


Friday. February 12. 1960
+Jmlst) Hot Mian
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LE5AL NOTICI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 477S9-C
IN l: of
CLARA I.1NDLEY HASH
I >>. cased.
NOTIPE TO CREDITOR8
To All Creditors anil All Pi n iffi Mar-
ine Claims OT Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vow are hereby notified nnil requir-
ed in present any claims or do......'in
which you may have agaln-i the es-
tate of Clara Lindley Hash deci
In it- of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judge* of I Mil.- County, and
file the same In thflr offices in the
Count) Courthouse in i County,
Florida, within eight calendar month*
i:..in iiif datf of thf first i>ubllcation
hereof, or the oame will be haired.
\v.\l. L. WOOD, Am Administrator
Cum Testamento Annrxo
FIM.VERH WARDEN
Attorney FR J-7S11
f.iv Inrrali.im Building
jdlanil :i^. Florida
1/22-2*. 2/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4MM-B
IN KE RutM of
Ml |RRM CORTEX
1., rased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Persona Hav-
Iiik Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ere hereby notified ami rcjulr-
eil to prevent any claim* or demands
which you may have against the es-
ta.....f M'lRRIH CTMtfMI de. eased
late of De*V County. FWlda. to the
County JwHti-i of Dade County, and
file the mim In tbelr offices In the
Count} Courthouse In Dnd* County.
Flnrtdtv Within ergwt calendar months
from the date of the first pulilicallon
hereof, or the same will be barred.
I%l IHAIMIRE CORTEZ
MAX R. RtLTBB
Attorney for Esecutor
Hi Heybold Building
Miami ft, Florida
1/22-2*. 2/5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
Nr. SOC 4*1
VINOI.A I.AVARITY BL'TLER.
llalntlff.
HILTo.N JOB III TLER.
1 >. en lant.
SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
OR DIVORCE
TO: HILTON JOB BI'TLER
I r.-nilant
Address I'nknown
Von are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Annulment or I'l-
vorce hie been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your A newer or Pleading to the BUI nf
Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney.
NKAI l Pl'NN, 1111 Alnsley Bl.lg .
Miami V2. Florida ami file the origins!
Ansu. i or Heading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the lNth day of February. ISSo.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In Till" JEWISH KLoltlDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 15th day of January,
A.I) IKO
i: H LKATHERMAN. Cler*.
Circuit Court. Dade Count v. Florida
(seal! By: WU. W. KToCKLNO,
Deputy Clerk
NKAI. .1 IU\VN
Alton.. for Plaintiff
nil Alnsle) Ride.
M iml ::. F1a.-FR l-5t*l
1/22-29. 2/3-1?
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE; IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the umle. Miined. desiring to engage In
undet the fictitious jiame nf
MAtiic citt lit <; cleaners at
1" '<> i: 24th !%ei, Htalenh Intend
to register said name with the clerk
<' the circuit Coui i of Hade County.
Florida,
H. R. KIU1E
NBA I. I DUNN
Attorney f.,r Applicants
nil Alnaley itidg.
1/2S. 2/-.-12-1*
NOTICE UNDER
i.i.n. i,i..> KNTKitritisKK st SZ1 t-ol
llns Avenue. Miami Bench. Fin.. In
tends to register said name with th<
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi
< ounty. Florlila.
_ the
... Dade
Florida.
,_ J1I.1CS ALTMAN
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for AastHcant
;. Lincoln Road
________l/2t-2. 5/5-12
lu NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
iTI JHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
N*. tOC 4*1
CORRADO BORDONALI.
Plaintiff.
GLORIA DOR DONA IJ.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: C.I.ORIA BORDONALI
A.ldreos I*ku**n
Tou are hereby notified that a BUI
Jo Complaint for Divorce has been
inert against you, and yeti ere re-
quired to see vie a copy of your An-
"' or I leading to the Bill of Com-
liialnt on Mkr ptalatUf Attorney.
MBLMN I. Ml'ltoFF. 27 Lincoln
Road Miami Beach St. Florida ami
[He the original Answer or Pleading
I?,,... off,c* "' ,h* Cn** nf he Clr-
^"U Court oa or before the I2ad day
or Fehruary. 1*40 If ..... fall to do
o. Judgment by default will be twkra
ih- .'' >"i1 !"r the r,'"'f demanded In
the Bill nf Complaint.
0,,<'* "ball be published once
i- i.l'.r*" f"r 'Ar ooneccutlve Weeks
rwvSS 'KWI-W F1X.R1DIAN
M .. K ANI> "RDERFD at Miami.
A I> IHo ",h d*V f *****'*
_. E R. LKATHERMAN, Clerk.
(se.,'."' C Deputy clerk
1/22-2S. 2/5-11
rMWIV
BY MfNtY LEONARD
V- ->e-
LfCAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NfiTICK IS HKRKIIT HIVKN thet
the undershmed, deeliirsj to engage In
business under the fictitious name of I
WEIL BROTHERH at into Venetian
W*y, Miami If. Fla.. intends to reg- :
Ister said name, with His JU.Tk nf tm-.i
circuit Court of Dade County, Hor-
Ida.
MIRRAY_B. WEIL
I 22-2K. I 1-11
"They must be migrating to Israel."
LKOAL NOTICI
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE-S COURT
IN AND FOR DAM COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 47924
IN BE: Estate of
SAMCKI. IJELLER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the ea-
MMe of HAMI-EI. c.KI.LKR deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in thetr offices in the
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the dale of the first puhllcatlon-
bereofj or the same will be barred.
AARON HELLER. Administrator
SHAPIRO AND FRIED
Attorneys
420 Lincoln ltd Suite 318
Miami Beach 3*. Florida
2/:.-12-l-2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
- No. 48474-B
IN RE: Estate of
MARY HIRSCHIIoR.V
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Hald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
whtrh you may have against the
tate of Mary Hlrschhorn deceased
latte of Dade County. Florida, lo the
County Judges of Dnde County, and
file tha same in their offices In the
County Courthouse in Daile County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
floin tbe date of the first pul.lloate.n
hereof, or the same will bo barred.
SYLVIA ROSENBERd
Rl'TH ROSENBFRH
.ICI.irs II. ERSTI.INC. Attorney
'!' Btacayne nidg.
Miami 32. Florid*
FRanklln 1 -1322
t/S-12-l*-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 0C iT7
I.ocisk E. KOCH
llalntlff.
JACK K. KOCH.
Defendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
TOC. JACK. K. KOCH, Ceaoral De-
livery. Silver Springs. Maryland, are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer to a Complaint for l>i-
verce on plaintiff's attorney. Claude
M. Barnes. 302 Calumet IIMg.. Miami.
Fla.. on or before the 7th day of
March. 1M0, and file the original In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, otherwise a default will bt en-
tered against you.
January 28, 1(0.
K 11. LKATHERMAN. Clerk of
(seal) Circuit Court.
By: HELEN KKSSIKK.
Deput) Clerk
^^^_ 2/S-12-1*-t<
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48M4-B
IN RE: E-tate of
MORRIS SI RUIN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREOITOR8
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 vou may have against the es-
tate ..f MOKIUS SIRHIN deceased
late of Dade Cmintv. Florida, to the
Countv Judges of Dude County, and
file the same In their offices In the
Countv Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
ffont the dale of the first publication
hereof, or the same will he barred
SAIL BBRNRTBD* .
MIIJ*KH BERNSTEIN
MILTON MILLER
Attorney
lilt Congress Building
M.ar.1. World. ,,-....
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 0C S76
VIVIAN MAl'RINB DAVIS.
I'lslntlff.
vs.
HARRY CHARLES DAVIS. JR.,
Defendant
ORDER TO APPEAR
YOI', HARRY CHAHI.i:.- DAVIS.
JR.. 2219 Wyngate Road. 8.E., Wash-
ington 12, D.C., are hereby required to
serre a copy of your answer rt> a
complaint for divorce on plaintiff's
attorney, 102 Calumet Bldg.. Miami.
Fla., on or befort the 7th day of
Man-h. 1M0, and file the original In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
ceurt. otherwise a default will be
entered against you.
Januurt L's. IHtiO
E B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk of
(seal) Cn, oil COUIt.
By: hi:li:n ki:ssli:k.
Deput) <"lerk
____^^____^^^^_^ 2'r.-r.'-ii>-26
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY fllVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneas under the fictitious name of
FIESTA BAB at I2J'.0 Northeast Sth
Avenue, North Miami. I-Torlda. Intend
to raglster said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit ODttli of Dade County.
Florida.
JOYCE ToMMKRHAHL
ALYCK BRRKK
Equal Partners
1 __'-_".. I l-tl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
{LBVENTM JUBICtAL CntCUIT IN
NO FOR OAOE COUNTV. FLORIDA
IN CHANCCRV. Ne. SSC Trl
JACQfFI.INE HIND.
Plaintiff.
AMPftEW HtWO.
Defendant.
Tl>: Andrew Hind
2754 Hist 2*th Street
Brooklyn. NY
Tou are heretic notified that a Com-
plaint F*r Dlveree has been ffNsJ
against rou. and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of rouf Answer
to the Complaint For IMvorce en
plaintiff's attorney and Hie the ort-
Inal Answer In the office of Ihc Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
2Mb dav of fvhrtmrv. 1M: otherwise,
the allegations of said Complaint For
fMvrce will be taken as confessed
against you. ,
Dated this 2th day' of January. 1J
K B LF.ATHFft.MAN. Clerk of
(seal) Circuit Court
By; r h rice JR..
Deputv Clerk.
TAIJANOFF A WALi
Attorneys for PUilntlff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla. ^..j.,,.,,
General
Capitalcorp.
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
FINANCING
WAREHOUSE LOANS
FACTORING
EQUIPMENT FINANCING
COMMERCIAL PAPER
Phonwt TUxwdo 8-7551
4309 N.W. 36th Street
Mkrmi Springs. Florida
H. S GRUBER
PRESIDENT
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (IIVEN thst
ihe tmdei sis Bed, deolrtnf to engage In
bualneas under th. flctlttona name of
ALL OVA CHINCH III.: SI'KAVINC
CO at W*,; N \V ISSth St., thia-locka
intends to register said name with the
Clerk oC Circuit Coon ol Hade Oun-
iv. Florida
PRANK stkin, s.,ie owner
2/5-12-1S-M
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
- + Mfwisf: mkrHHrtr
solicits your l*qol notices.
We appreciate your
pull image and guarantee
accurorte service at legal
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4BW3-C
i.v in: Eetate of
AHA I KOSARIO
I 'i i ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Psfooaa Hit
IBS claims or Hen..,ml. Attain-
Estate:
ton are berebi notified and regulr-
ed to praainl any claims and demands
"huh you may have against the es-
tate of AHA I ROSARIo deceased'
late of Imde County. Pwirida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and'
file the same In the office. In tbe I
county Courthouse in Dad* County, '
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the firm publication
hereof, or the same Hill be barred.
ETHEL I DAVVNON
MAX P i:XUKI,
Attorney
3d'. Biscay ne Building
Miami .12. Hoi Ida
2 :.-il'-1!-2
Mel FR :i-1M).-,
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREHY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OFrDRTVNrriE". I-NUNTTWD at
53< N W Mth At*., Intend* to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dide Countv. Florida
MACK. INCOR1-ORATED
a Fla. Corp.
HERBERT Y. WII.ENSKT
Attorney for Applicant
11(12 Congress Bldg.
1/29. :/:.-12-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.rtlTHY HIVES that
the undersigned, derirlnv to ena.- la
business under the fictitious aarae i
AIA ANSWKKINi; BERVICE at Room
212, Carol Cily Center. Hade County,
FliMidn. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida
MVRA I.A UK INS
SAM1 Kl. KAYK
HOWARD A MEVEKK
1IIS N K 7'ith BL, Miami, l-ia
Attfirney for AIA Answering KTvlce
2/S-12-19-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
t ne tinwerwigneu. oef^teiag fo engae* in
business under the fictitious name
mVEREn:s httfi. st wen coiitns
Avenue. Miami Beach. MwrMa intend
to register said name with the OVrfc
of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IIAI.1'11 LACIfMAN
JEAN LACHMAN
AARoN \l KANNKR
Attorney for Ralpb Ijn-hnwn and
Jean I .a chman
L'l.'. Secuiilv Trust Hulldlng
\l ...nl 32, Florida
1 :'2-2. 2/1-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN tl.it
the undersigned, desiring to nu.ig.- in
business iiniler the fictitious name of
l.'ISI RE LAKES MOTEL at l,.ko
FlacM, Ha.. Intends to reglsiei id
name win, tin- Clerk ol the Circuit
CoOrt of Dade coonti. Florida
MITCHEL 1' MILLE41
l/l-12-lf-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY,
No. S0C SM
MtRRAISR K (HuV,
1'larntiff,
Joll.VNV <-HOY.
Defenrlant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yoa, JOHNNY (HOY, 73 orchard
Rtree4. Nesv York. Sew York, are r-
gulred to file ynsr answer to the com-
plaint of dleorce. with the Clerk of
tho above court and serve a copy
thereof uson Herman Cohen. Attor-
ney, iw; Congress Bldg.. Miami, Flor-
ida, on or before February 2S. 160,
or else com|>lalnt will lie taken as
confessed Dated -fanusrv 2t>. 1!0.
E. R LKATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florid*
(seal) By: K. W. LYMAN
Deputy Chvk
______________________l/22-2. 2/i-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV'BM that
the unrierslBiied. desiring te engage In
bualneas under the fictitious name of
RAYMOND*** BTEAK HOU8E at
lM lllscaMie Blvd.. N Misn.i. Ela.,
Intend to register sai.l name with tho
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
HERBERT SCHNEIDER
cii.Mtl.Ks R08KNBKR0, Partners
KI'.SSLI'.R. CARS ft Rl .TH
seyu for Applicants
19 8.W. 1st Htreet
1/29. 2/3-U-l*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage ...
business under the fictitious name of
M ft M SERVICE CO., at 201 N W
7:;i I Street, Miami intends to register
I .....ne wuh the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit (Vurt of Dade County. Florida
MAR-TAB CORP.
i l"i. 2 :.-i2-i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hekkkv invics that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business awdrr the fictlttons name of
I lAISV-R STABLE at number I'll
8 i: lit. Street In the City of H.a-
leah. Horlda Intend to rueister tha
MUl name with the Cleifc of (he Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
Dared at Miami. Florida, this 22nd
day of January. 1S4I
DAISY LBVI
RESATo LEVI
WEPMAS St WBTMAN
Attorncvs fr>r Aardii-ants
4o7 Blscayne Huildlng
Miami 32, Horlda
1 29. 2 :,-12-l
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE !R HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, rtesl.lng to engage in
inilor th. fictitious name of
HARRIS APARTMENTS ar 7845 By-
ron Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida in-
tend to .ulster said nan..- with tho
clerk of ihe Client Court of Dade
County. Elm ida
SMI. HARRIS
ETHEL II VIIKIS
KOVSER .v HANNHEIMER
Attorneys fot Saul and Ethel Hurls
J-1S-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersian.il. gealring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PRICK WAR at number l*S TMIi
si.e.-i in the Cltl Of North Bay
Village.' Florida Intends to register
the said name with the clerk of the
circuit curt of Dade County. Flor-
ida
Dated at North Miami Bearti. Flor-
ida, this I.'.lh day of January, 19C0.
PRICE WAR. INC., a Florida Corp.
Bv: HI.AI'Y HOIJI.MAN. lYesldenj.
SNYDER AND YDCSO
Attorneys for Awlicant
1/22-tS. 2/4-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE rrl HEHKH* OIVEN that
Hie 11 lldri signed, desli Ins to engage in
business under the fictitious names
of ROLIjB RKltmiW Co., sl-o REOO
RECORDS CO.. ahm MARcFI.l. A
KERN, also THE POLKA POTS, sleo
THE PIJ-:IX:ES. also THE NOC-
TCRNKS at 92 Ray Drier, Miami 1
Beach, Intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida
KAREN RHCORDS INC.
e EWrida Onrparo/tlon
SAM WIOLER. Prcs
l'tt-t. 2/3-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 4S337-C
IN RE: ESTATE 1 >F
HENRY W MILLER
I >ei ... Sell
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person. Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and remind to present any
Halms and demand* which you. or
either of you. may have against the
ratate of HENRY W. MILLER d-
erased late of Dude County. Florida.
Se the Honorable County Judges of
Dalle County, and file the same in
their offices la the County Caurthouso
In Dade County, Florida, a-ltnln eight
calendar month* from the date of tbe
first nubtlcatbm hereof. HaM clalma
or dewonds to contain the legal ad
nil of Her claimant and te be
nwwo to and presented as aforesaid,
or same erlrl be barred. See Section
738.IS of the 1H5 Probate Act.
Date January II, AD. IWO.
K1TTT F. MILLER. As Admin-
istratrix of thv stato of HENRY
W. MILIJKR, Dv. eased.
rTRRBERT C ZEME1.
?S Lincoln Road
Miami Beewh W. Florida
Attorney ror Administratrix
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Friday, February 12, 1980
ship Division leaders Gus R. Roberts and Elkin
Smith. Standing (left to right) are Mortimer
E Wien. treasurer and chairman of the schol-
arship committee; Samuel Kann, member of
the club's board of directors; Sidney Ansin.
vice president; Paul R. Gordon, scholarship co-
chairman; Sidney M. Schwartz financial sec-
retary and program chairman; William Bern-
stein of the Life Membership Division; ana di-
rectors Seymour Heller and Jacob W. Rabin-
ovitch.
Brandeis University Club of .Greater Miami
meets to lay the groundwork for the univer-
sity's 12th anniversary celebration in April.
The club's Life Membership Division, headed
by vice president Ernest Janis (seated center),
only Floridian named to Dr. A. L. Sachar's
national advisory council, is spearheading
preparations for the milestone event. Seated
with Janis (left to right) are Morris I. Minov.
honorary life member of the university. David
Phillips. Dr. Stanley Frehling ,and Harold Turk,
who are Brandeis Fellows, and Life Member-___________________________________-------
Sweden Out for Notorious Aaberg
STOCKHOLM CJTA) The headquarters here throughout the. Unless "objectiveeducation about
Swedish Ministry of Justice an- world. Nazism is increased." the mem-
nounced this week it h;>d decided Aaoerg will be tried on charges bers of Parliament stated, sup
to prosecute Einar Aaberg. notori- (of vioia,jng the law against the \ plernentary directions must be is
ous Swedish anti-Semite who for, distrjbution of anti-Semitic litera- r ,.,;
years has mailed vast quantities ,ure Mimstrv sources said that sued to increase such education.
of anti-Semitic literature from his a, jeast five of Aaberg's pamph-
----------------- j lets were considered illegal.
Brandeis U. Club
Reveals Life
Members1 Grouo
or Stanley Frehling, P^'f"
,.f v BwndeU University < lub o
Grater Miami, has announced the
rml>n of a Life MriMi
Division, which will be headed by
Ernest Jams.
The division, which Mdttt *
orcanUatiooal meeting at.the Foo-
tataebleau Ui Mdajr. wffl_wg
10 enroll at least 100 new members
in honor of the unly*rattv UJh
anniversary to be celebrated here
in April.
Honorary members or "life sus-
tainers" of the division are Ben-
iamin E. Bronston. Marcie Liber-
man. Morris I. Minov. Samuel
Friedland. and Samuel A. Tucker.
Other* include Leonard L.
Abes*, Allen H. Amdor, Sidney p.
Anain, Fred Binder, Jerry Blank,
Samuel Blank, William Born-
stein, Jack Carner, Max V. Co-
gen, Joseph Cohen, Jack B. Coo-
per, Edward L. Cowen. Jack Es-
formes, Frank J. Fanelli. Frank
Frankel, Dr. Stanley Frehling,
Sam Fuchs, Ben B. Gaines,, Ben-
nie Gittleman, Edward Glttk-
stein, Paul R. Gordon, Samuel J.
Halperin, Isidore HecM, Jr., Sey-
mour A. Heller, Harry Herman,
and Ernest Janis.
Also Samuel Kann. Samuel Q.
Kevwell. William J. Kline. San-
ford Kramer. Edward M. Lassman.
Joseph Laurans. Dr. Edward G.
Lear. S. C. Levenson. Edward C.
Levy. Ben J. Massell. Harry Muf
son. Sam Muf son. Max op.viri
Saul L. Pohn, Jack S. Pi-.. k, i)a! |
vid Provus, Jacob JV. Rubiiiovitrh
Gus B. Roberts, Robert B. I;
Samuel N. RoserfstPln, Mr Rvi
Schacht, Sam Schwartz, William
Segal, Mr. and Mr. Jacob Sher,
David L. Slann. Benjamin Smer-|
ling. Elkin Smith, Philip Springer, i
Harold Thurman, Harold Turk,
Carl Weinkle, Mian Weinklo,
James Weiskopf, Samuel D. Weiss-
buch, Leonard A. Wien, and Morti-
mer E. Wien.
Since the founding of Brandeis
in 1948 and for the past 12 years,
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Dinner party honored Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Lepzelter, of 1251 NE 159th si., No. Miami Beach,
on the occasion of their 39th wedding anniversary
. Hostess was their daughter, Mrs. Matthew
G. Ettinger, at her home, 18015 NW 17th ave.
Quests included Mrs. Yetta Tessler, Miami Beach,
80-year-old mother of Mrs. Lepzelter; Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Ettinger, Miami, Adolph's parents; Mr. and Mrs. Louai
Easton, Coral Gables, his sister and brother-in-law; and Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Lester, the couple's son and daughter-in-law ...
Also present were Mrs. Fanny Essner, New Bedford, Mass..
Mr-. Lepzelter's sister, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lassner, Monti-
video, Uruguay, her brother and sister-in-law.
Louise and Sonya Stephanie Glasser. twin daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis (Bess) Glasser, celebrated their sixteenth birthday last
weekend ... The girls are named after Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S.
Wise, who were such a great influence in Bess' wide civic and
philanthropic endeavor .
. Some 250 guests helped the girls mark their birthday Friday
evening at the Carillon hotel Props were from the '59 French
Dressing Revue, arranged on platforms in front of the windows,
with spots placed in the ceiling fixture to shine down in a pink
tlow .. The elevated bandstand featured the orchestra of Jacques
Donnet, and a round table was beautifully decorated in pink and
v.,nn. matching the Can Can settings, with a three-tier fountain
serving strained fruit punch .
A huge birthday cake, royal iced and decorated in marzipan,
showed two figures resembling costumes of the girls Guests of
honor included Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Hodges, of Coral Gables, the
celebrants' sister and brother-in-law; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Siegel,
Miami Beach, grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Siegel, also
Miami Beach, and Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Glasser, New Jersey,
uncles and aunts.

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Trossman, of Chicago, staying at the
Ki.nlainebleau with daughter Mindy, are cousins of Mr. and Mrs.
Inu Margulies, who held a dinner party in their honor at home
Saturday evening Dinner guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Jaffee. of Chicago and formerly of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiss,
and Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler .
Sidney and Adelaide Raftel just back from having fun on the
Franco C Mrs. Jeanne Bernhardt, 780 SW 11th st., entertain-
ing her mother, Mrs. Anna Pogoda, of Brooklyn, and sister, Mrs.
Murray R. Hoffman, Valley Stream, who arrived in town to attend
Jeanne's installation ceremony as worthy matron of the Emunah
chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, at the Scottish Rite Temple on
Saturday evening .
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levine. 14531 NE 2nd ave., No. Miami
Beach, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 18 .
The couple, who were married in Boston, have one son, Irving, who
lives with his wife and three children in Miami.

The Most Charming Hostess: Mrs. Samuel Friedland greeted
guests Tuesday at the Diplomat Hotel and Country Club in a black
sequin dress Hattie helped Sam seat gueats at tables of eight
... Top community leaders attended the CJA Pacesetters' din-
ner .
Evelyn Parker, pretty blonde wife of the Barcelona hotel's
general manager. Jack Parker, just back from a three-week visit
with friends in Jamaica ... All aglow with "the most wonderful
vacation ever," Evelyn vows that next winter she'll rent a house
there .
Mrs. Morris Laster, of Little River, entertaining her sisters,
Mrs David Carnas. Mt. Vernon, N.Y., and Mrs. Hilda Becker,
Brighton Beach, N.Y., as well as her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Freed, Manhattan Beach, N.Y. Lilly's a
charter member of Tifereth Israel Northside Center .
Back in the swim of civic endeavor after a long-time illness,
friends happy to see Mrs. Matilda Ratner Sam J. Heiman, pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, calling to order an
xecutive committee meeting, whereupon all present responded
b> singing "Happy Birthday, Sam!"

Mr and Mrs. Moses Meyer, of 6251 SW 24th st., being visited
by Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sunshine, of Gotham Town, and Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Meyer, Riveredge, N.J. With Mrs. Meyer, who
just returned from a trip to London to atttend a family reunion and
wedding of a niece, is Mrs. Debra Bregoff, of Johannesburg,
J> Africa .
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Hyman here from Chicago at the Prince
Michael hotel The couple's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Hyman, 3140 SW 14th st., will fete them at a celebra-
iiun this weekend marking their 54th wedding anniversary .
Greetings from New York: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Tillie) Ostrie
are spending a well-earned vacation there Last Saturday eve-
'" was the occasion for a double celebration ... In addition to
marking their 23rd wedding aniversary, they joined the rest of the
jamily m honoring Joe's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
<>man Makover ... Joe is a former chairman of Temple Zamora's
"oard of directors, while Tillie served as Sisterhood president.

Prud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elias Rosch. of Coral
r'h es' and Mr Mrs. Fredric Rosenthal, Coral Gables .
ineir children, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. (Vivienne) Rosch, 855 Alton
u ""punce the birth of Ronald Theodore on Jan. 18 at St. Francis
Hospital .
nrrt If# "nd Ul B,aso*rs\ oi the Riverside Memorial clan, off Sat-
raay for Cleveland, where he'U attend a board meeting of the Jew-
]sn _unera' Directors of America .
Relatives galore flew in to be at the Melvyn and Natalie Frum
fi r xiU8e on N ProaP* dr. Friday morning ... It was a Bris
Sherri had a beautiful new red velvet dress
T Miami. Florida. Friday, February 12, 1960
Section B
Lft to right are Miss Carol Rothman, chair- Miss Peggy Zeeman, assistant treasurer, in the
man of the Valentine Day dance. Miss Susan frocks they will wear to the Councilette Valen-
Gertman (seated), president of Councilette tine Day dance.
Division. NCJW. Mis* Cynthia Perwin, and
Hadassah Leader
Is Guest Monday
Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson, nation-
al vice president of Hadassah, on
tour in the Florida region, will be
the honored guest of the Miami
chapter Monday at the Biscayne
Terrace hotel.
Mrs. Homer S. Rievman, chapter
president, said that there will be
a series of workshop sessions from
10 to 11:30 a.m., followed by a lun-
cheon at noon.
Mrs. Jacobson. of the Bronx,
N. Y., was one of Hadassah's lead-
ing delegates to the 23rd and 24th
World Zionist Congress in 1951 and
chairman of the first national area
conference for the West Coast.
In her own Bronx chapter, she
has held almost every responsible
local post, including a three-year
term as chapter president. During
her administration, Mrs. Jacobson
saw the chapter raise $750,000 for
Hadassah projects and grow to a
membership of 11,000the sixth
largest in the entire country.
Mrs. Jacobson is also a member
of the national executive of the
American Zionist Council, League
of Women Voters, and former
chairman of the women's organi-
zation of the Bronx Red Cross.
She has attended the last three
meetings of the Zionist General
Council in Israel. During the last
two years, she has also been to
Morocco. Poland and Czechoslo-
vakia to study immigration prob-
lems.
Mark Irwin .
the occasion.

TuesS Url Judge Irvm* CyDen and h" Hazcl ent1'n tm w eueiMn Kathv p Fr*dnian and his Dorothy. Allan Heilpem and his
Joe Bost K" Shoch', Pub,''r of The Jewish Floridian, and
Bur.rr ,he firs time since they were little girls, Pat and Sue
en. twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bursten, chose
Continued an pM99 9 B
N. Shore Lunch
Due Wednesday
A "Bid "n Buy" luncheon, pre-
ceded by a general membership
meeting, will be held by the Sister
hood of the North Shore Jewish
Center on Wednesday at the Cen-
ter.
The meeting will start at 11 a.m.,
and luncheon will be served at
noon.
Chairman is Mrs. Murray Weil.
Members of her committee are
Mrs. Lillian Rothschild, Mrs. Paul-
ine Levy, Mrs. Hyman Bergad, and
Mrs. Max Krauss. President is
Mrs. Al Mechlowitz.
aBjsfsa
MIS. MOtTfMM 1AC0BSON
Book Review Due
At Brandeis Club
Local chapter of Brandeis Uni-
wrsity National Women's Com-
mittee will hold its first bonus
book review at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Turk, 5574 Collins
ave., on Friday, Feb. 19, at 1:30
p.m.
This will be by invitation only
tor all persons who have contrib-
uted one or more books to the
Brandeis Library. Featured speak-
er will be Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg, spiritual leader of Beth Da-
vid Congregation, who will review
the book, "America as a Civiliza-
tion." bp Max Lerner, a faculty
member at Brandeis.
Mrs. Joseph Duntov. vice presi-
dent in charge of the Book Fund
of the local chapter and chairman
of Book Fund since its inception,
said that "the dedication of the
new Goldfarb Library at Brandeis
University imposes a greater re-
sponsibility on local Brandeis Wo-
men to aid in filling the miles of
empty shelves awaiting the need-
ed volumes."
Book Fund contributions will be
accepted on the day of the review.
Each donor who contributes a
book to mark the year of dedica-
tion will receive a facsimile of the
bookplate inscribed with the name
Councilettes Will
Dance Saturday
Entire membership of the Coun-
cilettes, junior high school-age di-
vision of the Greater Miami Sec-
tion, National Council of Jewish
Women, is working on plans for
their Valentine Day dance on Sat-
urday, 8 p.m. to midnight, at the
Knights of Columbus Hall. 270 Cat-
alonia ave.. Coral Gables.
Carol Rothman is chairman of
the dance. Combo of Ira Schwartz
will provide the music and prizes
will be awarded.
Miss Susan liertman, president,
said that any girl from a junior
high school in the area will be
welcome to join.
Sponsor-chaperones will be Dr.
and Mrs. Samuel Gertman, Dr. and
Mrs. Reuben Rochkind, Dr. and
Mrs. Morris Blau. Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kohlenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Zeeman. Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Rothman, and Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Hirsch.
Brotherhood Fete
For BB Women
Brotherhood Week will be the
theme of a meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Women of Miami on Monday
evening at Beth David Auditorium.
Featured will be a panel discus-
sion" on "Adults Want to Know."
George Bernstein, ADL chairman
of the Coral Gables Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, will be moderator. Topics
will include "Religion in the Pub-
lic Schools," "Integration," Juve-
nile Delinquency," and "Social
Discrimination."
Mrs. Murray Lazarus will be hos-
tess for the evening.

Annual "Mad Hatters" luncheon
will be held at the Garden restau-
rant on Feb. 23 at noon. Mrs.
George Liebman is chairman.
of the contributor and recipient.
Mrs. Albert I. Jacobs is president
of the Greater Miami chapter of
Brandeis Women, and Mrs. Donald
Rubin and Mrs. Ralph Spero are
co-chairmen of Book Fund.


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-Jenlslincr/dlian
Friday, February 12,
My Favorite Recipe
......mm h
"My Favorite Recipe" features
*Mrs. Irving L. (Reva) Wexler and
Mrs. Gerald (Doris) Freed this
week.
Mrs. Wexler's favorite recipe is
chopped eggplant.
Mrs. Wexler, her husband, and
three children, Sam. 13, Myra, 12,
pepper, salt. Mix thoroughly few
drops of salad oil or olive oil. Serve
cold as relish or appetizer.
MIS. fllU
and Jerry, 8, live at 1285 Campo
Sano, Coral Gables, a lovely new
home into which they moved sev-
eral weeks ago.
Mrs. Wexler's favorite recipe is:
CHOPPED EGGPLANT
Broil whole unpeeled eggplant
en top of stove until skin is char-1
red and cracked. Remove from
stove. Cool, peel off skin. Drain
all liquid. Chop with onion, green
Stars to Shine
At Heart Ball
A galaxy (if name personalities
in all areas of society is currently
being lined up for what promises
to be one of the top social events
"f the Mason with the holding of.
the Heart Ball at the Diplomat
Hotel and County Club in Holly-i
wood on Friday evening. Feb. 26.
Heart Assn. of Greater Miami
is sponsor, and chairman of the
affair is "Marianne O'Brien Reyn-
olds. Proceeds of the evening will
go to the Heart Assn.
Mrs. Reynolds, who has been in
New York the past ten days lining
up the various committees and
stars for the black-tie event, re-1
vealed that Leon Leonidoff. famed
producer of shows at the Radio |
City Music Hall, is in the process
of closing arrangements for many
tcp stars to perform on the night
of Feb. 26.
Mrs. Gerald (Doris) Freed is
chosen this week for her chopped
herring and beef miroton recipes.
Mrs. Freed and her husband live
I at 14645 N. Spur dr. The couple
have one daughter. Susan Ellen, 3.
and expect a new addition to the
family in a few weeks.
Her hobby is playing and teach-
ing the piano. She belongs to
Pythian Sisters, is vice president
of the North Dade chapter of Wom-
en's American ORT, and is chair-
man of publicity for the Southeast
Florida region of ORT.
CHOPPED HERRING
1 large filleted herring
2 hard boiled eggs
1 tart apple, pared
1 small onion
2 tblsp. vinegar (lemon juice)
2 tblsp. salad oil
sugar to taste
1 slice rye bread
dash of pepper
Chop herring and eggs to smooth
pulp. Add lemon or vinegar and
oil. And sugar to taste. Stir in
bread crumbs and pepper. Cover
and refrigerate.
*
BEEF MIROTON
1 lb. cooked roast beef, bite size
2 tsp. flour
1 8 bouillon cube
1 tsp. vinegar
1 large onion sliced
1 medium green pepper
1 2 tsp. salt
1 8 tsp. pepper
1 tblsp. ketchup
1 small can mushrooms
Saute onion and green pepper Dis-
solve bouillon cube in cup of boil-
ing water. Mix with flour and
add to saute. Stir well and add
all other ingredients. Stir and
cook over medium to low heat un-
til browned.
Musical Comedy Scheduled
"Mirai," a musical comedy writ-
ten by Dan Carlin. will be staged
by Monticello Park Congregation,
place and elites to be announced
soon. A musical comedy based on
Puccini's "La Bohcme." it will be
directed by George Blackwood,
and will feature Nancy Donovan
and Carole Donn.
Marriage Expert
To Speak Here
Evening Division of Greater Mi-
ami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, is planning a dis-
cussion group Wednesday. 8 p.m..
at 32 Shore dr. North. Bay Heights.
Samuel G. Kling. macriage coun-
selor and Jewish Flondian column-
ist, will jpeak on "How to Win and
Hold a .Mate." which is also the
title of his latest book.
Kling is a member of the Ameri-
can Society ot AdJerian Psychol-
ogy, and is listed in "Who, who
in AmcTii
Mrs. Arthur Gilbert is president
of the Evening Division.
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... for old-timy good Kasha
Vameshkes, Kasha Knishes, and
other treats. Less than V a serving I
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Sisterhood officers of Agudath srael Hebrew Institute will bo
installed jointly with the Men's Club in ceremonies Sunday
afternoon at the Diplomat hotel. Rabbi Isaac Ever will offi-
ciate. Bottom row (left to right) are Mesdames Frank Fine,
recording secretary; Morris Ratner. president; Herman Wein-
traub. vice president; Gertrude Kleinberg, vice president. Top
row (left to right) are Mesdames Al Harwood, corresponding
secretary; Frances Ullian, treasurer; Isaac Ever, publicity; Mil-
ton Siegfried, program. Not shown are Isidore Covin, vice
president; Joseph Feldman, social secretary. Board of direc-
tors includes Mesdames Dina Babok, Aarele Bloom, William
Cohen, Rachel Cohen, Pearl Feldman. David Glazer, Fannie
Gluck, Regina Karger, Bella Katz, Sam Klein, Bessie Bovine,
Fannie Mirchin, Henry Novick, Molly Pearlman. William Rat-
noff, Julia Rosen, .Morris Samowitz, Sam Segerman, Harry
Tepperberg, Emerich Weisz, and Philip Yasser.
Pioneer Womei
In Varied Events
Mrs. Ida Jacob-Liftman,
dent of Pioneer, tteasen
be chairman of the iix h .
Tu B'Shevat "tree-planting ,
day" on Saturday even
home of Mrs. Miriam Wolfn
sponsor, 1S65 Drexel avc
Mrs. Irving Liftman will dis
Meaning o f Jewish NiU
Fund." Mrs. Sonja Wei,, mjj
tertain with folk songs.
Tikvah Club. Mrs. Ruth nia,
Wagner, president, will celebrati
Tu B'Shevat on Sunday, 2 p.m
the home of Mr. and Mrs M Sea
man, 1484 SW 17th ave.
Dr. Joseph Hurwitz of the UniJ
versity of Miami, will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Milton Green.- presil
dent of the Greater Miami Council
of Pioneer Women, will show thl
latest Israeli film. Muscat prJ
gram follows.
Pioneer Women Club 1. Mrs. J.
seph Krantz. president, will hoi.
a card party sponsored by Mrs
Sam Wilensky, vice president, or
Monday, 2 p.m., at the Eduan
hotel.

On Monday, 8 p.m., Golda Meii
Club, Mrs. Shirley Queen, presi
dent, hold a card party (jr Moet
zet Hapoalot at Beth El Congrega
tion. Mrs. Isidor Gerstein, cbair
man. will be assisted by Me>dame!
Sam Opitoff, Jack Victor and Bcs
sie Epstein.
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Friday. February 12. 1960
^Jenisii nor Minn
Page 3-B
Hadassah Hits Arab Boycott Assist
NEW YORK-(JTA)-A NMOstl-
\ tion sharply criticizing the United
States Government for succumb-
ing to th< Arab boycott of Israel
BaTring owflerVoT Tiny C. S.
ships engaged in business with Is-:
rael from bidding for naval con-
tracts was adopted here this weal
by more than 200 leaders of Ha-i
dassah at the organization's mid-
winter conference.
The resolution called upon
"American business to resist the
illegal Arab boycott of Israel with
every legal means at its com-1
mand The resolution also called '
upon the United States Govern-:
ment "categorically to oppose the
Injection of racial or religious
discrimination against -American
citizens in the administration of1
any treaties or executive agree-
ments to which the United States
Government or any of its agencies
affixes its signature."
The resolution charged that "de- j
Mrs. Benjamin Gottesman. treas-
urer of Hadassah, reported that
the D. S. and R. H. Gottesman
Foundation had contributed $250.-
000 in memory of D. Samuel and
Jeanc H. Gottesman toward the
$25,000,000 .'.'sdassah-Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical Center neanng
completion in Jerusalem.
Hadassah will embark upon an
unprecedented shekel-selling cam-.
paign in connection with the 25t'i
World Zionist Congress scheduled
to convene in Jerusalem next De-
cember. This was disclosed in
joint announcement by Dr. Miriam
K. Freund, national president of
Hadassah, Miss Julliet N. Benj;.
min, Hadassah's chairman of the
I'nited States Shekel and Election
Board, and Mrs. Mortimer Jacob-
son, Hadassah's national chairman
for Zionist affairs.
Teens make gifts for pre-school tots as part of the community
service program of the youth clubs of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. Shown are Susan Chassner and
Sandy Kate (left), representing Gamma Chi Omega Club
which made stuffed animals for presentation to the children of I s,pitf inclusion of the Morse-
the early childhood development program of the Center Re- ^v,,s1(,Ame"dmen< 'n the Mutual
ceiving the animal, on behalf of me nurse^^hS, children ^^ ^^ S*fPgUard aKa,nS,
are Janice Schaffer and Gary Amaton (right).
Brothwhoci Program Slated Women to Hear
Sisterhood and PTA of Temple | Urc Miiclrral
Judea announce a joint Brother-1 IvIllSRQT
hood Week program at the Temple! "Religion in the Public Schools
on Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi will be the topic that guest speaker cu"ibed to the Arab boycott of Is-1
Morris Skop will discuss "Jewish'Mrs. David Muskat, president of I rael bv barring owners of any US. |
the injection of religious discrimi-
nation into the Armed Forces of
the United States. American busi-
ness and American employment
practices, by foreign governments
with the United Statesthe United i
States Navy, in complete disre-j
gard of this amendment, has suc-
Customs and Ceremonies." Cantor
Herman Gottlieb and the choir will
offer a musical program.
Temple Sinai Programs
Temple Sinai Brotherhood will
hold its annual family festival on
the grounds of the Temple, 12100
NE 15th ave., on Sunday at 1 p.m.
The Temple 39'ers will meet Sun-
day evening at 7:30 p.m.
the Florida Women's Division, I ^'P*. engaged in business with
American Jewish Congress, and a '"rael, from bidding for naval con- j
member of the national executive tracts."
committee .will discuss at a meet-1 Copies of this resoution were
ing of the Sisterhood of Beth Israel i sent to Secretary of State Chris-
Congregation, tian Herter and to the chairman
The meeting will be held on of the S^a'e Foreign Reations
Tuesday noon at the Social Hall of and House Foreign Affairs Com-
the synagogue, 711 W. 40th st.
Members celebrating their blrth-
mittees. Hadassah expressed the
conviction that "the extension of
days during the month of February aid t0 a government which has
will be the hostesses for "Happy fl'arantly violated international
Birthday" party.
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commitmnts, represents a policy
Mrs. Alexander Moscovits is pro-' ** PPesement offensive to the
gram chairman. Mrs. George 1moral sensibilities of the Amen-
I can people."
Such a policy, tne resolution
continued, is "inconsistent with the
aims and objectives of the Ameri-
can foreign aid program and with
the declaration of the President of
Adarh Veshrun Sisterhood will the United States (Feb. 20. 1957)
hold a Purim dance on Saturday,, concerning the free passage of
Mar. 12, at the Unified bldg. Prizes' ships through the Suez Canal."
Women Schedule
Purim Dance
have been selected by fund-raising
vice president Mrs. Norman Gold-
stein.
Co-chairing the affair with Mrs.
Mrs. Alex Bial are Mrs. Burton
Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin. former
national president and new acting
chairman of the American Section
of the Jewish Agency, reported
that two out of every three new
Arkin, Mrs. Morris Rubenstein, comers who arrived in Israel since
Mrs. Henry Kirtzman, Mrs. Erwin the establishment of the state have
Herman. Mrs. Meyer Levine, Mrs. been fully resettled, most of them
Julian Nacron, and Mrs. Bert | with Jewish Agency assistance.
Smokier. j The population of "the primitive.
Tuesday. Feb. 23, is big mem- inadequate transition centers'' has
bership affair at the Unified bldg. | declined^-from an all-time high of
Supper will be served at 8 p.m. | 250,000 inhabitants in 1952 to a
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ARRIAGE MlIflSELOR_
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Miami's Nationally Famous Marriage Counselor and Author
Mr. Kling is available lor private marriage counseling
at fhe Huntington Medical bldg., in Miami
If we are to understand our marriages we must,
fir>* of all, have some understanding of ourselves.
Hew did we become what we are? What are the
basic drives and urges which motivate us, which
0 us "tick"? Are there any laws of personality
development which help explain our behavior?
To begin with, every individual is the total pro-
duct of his heredity, his constitutional equipment or
bodily endowment, and his environment.
By heredity I mean the biological transmission
oi parental characteristics to children. This means
that any given individual is the joint product, biolog-
ically, not only of his mother and father, but of his
grandparents and great-grandparents, as well. In
fact, though we do not actually know, the probabil-
are that what we inherit comes from ancestors
Wt cannot even trace. Nevertheless, their traits
are also part of the equipment we are born with.
Unfortunately, our knowledge of just how
heredity works is still limited. We simply do not
krew all we should know. We do know, however.
[bat the genes, microscopically tiny units that make
up the chromosomes, are the carriers of whatever
parental qualities we possess. These include the
lair, the color of our skin, the size and shape of the
body, color blindness, and many others as well, each
gene carrying a single trait.
Varying Temperaments
But when it comes to predicting which parental
features will predominate in the child, there are no
rcncluuive answers. The reason is that half of the
genes come from the father, half from the mother.
Moreover, parents may pass on traits which they
e inherited from their ancestors but which are
pparent in their own anatomical or mental
"up.
A child's personalityand therefore an adult's
veilis also the product of his body structure or
lowment. Some youngsters come into the world
naturally sturdy frames: some with weak, puny
l. Most are born with normal orsans, but a few
born with congenital defects which often color
outlook OB life. The child who is born blind
.'. 1 "view" the world one way: the child who is
n with .-1 misshapen arm or leg will view it an-
chor way; and so will the child born with a weak
nach or a malfunctioning liver.
Equally important, some children come into the
th varying temperaments. Take, as an ex-
pie. two new-born babies lying in their cribs in a
spital. Admittedly, the environment has had no
nee to have any effect on the youngsters. But
infant, almost from the instant of birth, will
bine and whimper, and generally look and feel
mtiappy. The other will have a beatific look on his
ace, utterly at peace with himself and the world.
Stated simply, the external environment con-
- of people, places and thingsas well as nutri-
1 at:1 Illness which affect the individual in the
.curse of his life.
illy no two people are even really affected
in precisely the same way by their environment, for
no two environments are every really the same in
their reactions on people.
The Dethroned Child
Take two children in a family, one of whom
grows up to be a professional thief, the other the
governor of a large state. The very fact that one
of the children was born first may have an inca
culable affect on his personality. The oldest child,
as Alfred Adler long ago pointed out. generally tends
to have a feeling of strength and omnipotence as long
as he is the only child. As such he tends to be pam-
pered and spoiled, since he is usually the sole outlet
of his parents' affection and attention.
But let another boy be born, and often the older
one's sense of omnipotence is seriously undermined.
He feels and frequently acts as if he had been de-
throned, since the love and attention he formerly
received exclusively are now divided beteween him
and his brother. In short, the older brother may
now feel acutely shaken and insecure. He craves
attention and affection as never before, but his par-
ents may be too busy with the new baby to devote
too much time to the older one.
The older boy reacts. He may unconsciously
turn upon his parents and attempt to degrade or
humilate them. He may develope temper tantrums
in his bid for their attention and. as he grows up.
m.-iy even develop definite anti-social tendencies so
that he becomes a thief. This may be his way of
wreaking vengeance on his parents for dethroning
him.
The younger child, on the other hand, often
views the older brother as a rival to be surpassed.
as someone to overcome either physically or intel-
lectually. He has a goal in life, an aim, and he is
likely "to be determined and aggressive. Everything
else*bejng equal, goine into politics harmonizes with
the younger child's personality pattern and his thirst
for power.
The Quality of Environment
Thus even the position of a child within the
family may be a matter of first rate importance in
the formation of personality. I do not argue that
merely being the first, second or third child is ;lie
decisive factor in his environment. Many other fac-
tors enter into and determine the kind of personality
an adult has. for personality itself is the sum total
of all the influences that have impinged on an indi-
vidual. These not only include his parents, but nicfa
significant adults as his uncles and aunts, brothers
and sisters, teachers and friends.
The environment includes more than this. too.
It includes the books one reads, the amount and
quality of the love and affection one receives, u
well as the depth and variety of one's emotional ex-
periences.
The point is that though we can do very little
about heredity, much can be done about improving
the tone and quality of the environment. Moreover.
many qualities which parents often consider to have
been inherited frequently turn out to be. on 1
inspection, the child's attempt to imitate and iden-
tity himself with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Charnay were host to over 200 members of
the Louis D. Brandeis group of Hadassah at the Fontainebleau
hotel last Thursday. They sponsored a "Break the Bank"
luncheon, proceeds of which will be used to help cure eyes of
trachoma-afflicted children in Israel. Mrs. Kay Deitch, chair-
man, and Mrs. Earl Coplan. president, conducted the meeting.
Mrs. Fred Jonas presented Mrs. Charnay with a Medical Cen-
ter Certificate for her "outstanding efforts in behalf of Hadas-
sah Medical Center in Israel."
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New ORT Chapter
Organized Here
A tea was to be held Thursday,
8:15 p.m., at the home-of Mrs. Irv-
ing Whitman. 1925 SW 80h ave.,
Miami, to form a new chapter of
Women's American ORT.
This will make a total of seven
chapters in the Greater Miami
area. Mrs. Florence Kupperman,
expansion coordinator for the
Southeast Florida region, said that
Mrs. Estelle Tischler, regional
president, would discuss the voca-
tional schools ORT maintains for
the underprivileged in impoverish-
ed countries.
The prize-winning documentary
film. "The Mellah," was also to be
shown. Mrs. Benjamin Prank is
sponsor of the new chapter, and
Mrs. Wilard Wohlgemuth is in
charge of arrangements. Mrs
Harry Samoff, 8821 SW 17th st., is
reservations chairman.
Rabbi Stauber Will
Be Installed
Young Israel of Geater Miami
will install its new spiritual leader,
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, at a ban-
quet in his honor Saturday evening,
Mar. 5. at the Deauville hotel.
In announcing the event in honor
of Rabbi Stauber, Dr. Sol Nuss-
baum, banquet chairman, noted
that "the rabbi had been instru-
mental in establishing a preschool
r.ursery and kindergarten depart-
ment and a Hebrew school.
"His leadership has inspired the
formation of study groups in Bible
and Prophets. Our new teen-age
Sabbath and week-day programs,
are his most recent achievement,"
said Dr. Nussbaum.
Rabbi Stauber received his or-
dination from Y e a h i v a Rabbi
I'haim Berlin, and is a graduate of
the University of Miami.
Pogm 5-B
Monticello Will Start Building
Congregation of Monticello Park,
about Uf begin construction on its '
new synagogue and school, has!
raised over $1,000 through a unique'
method.
Congregation's leaders are ask-
log friends and relatives of mem-
bers living throughout the United]
States to help build the Youth I
Auditorium in the school, which
will be named the United States)
Youth Synagogue. It is expected
that some 10,000 people through-'
out the country will contribute SI
each for its erection.
Members have sent out letters
to their relatives and friends up
North, and have received /p.ors
than $1,000 during the past three
weeks.
The room will have a large map
of the United States with the
amount of contributions from each
state.
Mrs. Jules Klion is chairman of
the project.
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Savings Group
Elects Officials
Veteran financial executive Harry
N. Kingsbery has been elected
president of the Southeastern Flor-
ida chapter of the American Sav-
ings and Loan Institute.
Kingsbery, who is assistant vice
president of Chase Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn., will head the
1.000-member organization in Dade
and Broward counties for 1960.
The Southeastern Florida chap-
ter is the fourth largest in the Uni-
ted States.
Other officers elected to serve
with Kn_sherry include Herschel
Rosentbal, Flagler Federal, vice
president; J. W. Lowdermilk, First
Federal of Miami, secretary; Rich-
ard McKeever, First Federal of
Broward country, treasurer.
Elected to a three-year term on
the chapter's board of directors
was Mario Schram, of Washington
Federal.
A 14-year veteran of savings and
lean work, Kingsbery has man-
aged the Collins ave. office of
Chase Federal since 1949. He lives
at 117 NW 92nd st.
Tobio Englander, Michael Levine and Sari Axlrod of the
North Shore Jewish Center nursery and kindergarten, under
the guidance of teachers Rita Fearnley and Marion Siegel
display their home-made trees commemorating Tu B'Shevat
(Jewish Arbor Day). The circulars in the background are for
the Children's Forest in Israel under the auspices of the Jewish
National Fund. Zehev Lahav, director of education at North
Shore, announced that the pupils have pledged to purchase
Zo trees.

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Busy Schedule
At Lear School
A busy week ahead is in store,
for the students at the Lear School I
on West ave. with a host of activi-l
ties planned for all the school's de-1
partments from the kindergarten
grades through the senior high
school.
The senior students are already
busy with plans for their gradua-
tion in June. They are in the midst
of preparations of their year book,
trying on caps and gown, being
photographed and. most important
of all, "boning up" for their state
and college entrance examinations.
The junior high school classes
are knee-deep in the preparation
of their February dramatic pre-
sentation of the "Pied Piper of
Hamlin," which will be given in
the school auditorium at the end
of the month.
"Brotherhood Week" will be one
of the high spots of the month
when the school will be engaged in
supplementing their social studies
by special events to denote toler-
ance, understanding and brother-
hood. All of these special affairs
will be done'in song and dance es-
pecially written and prepared by
the Lear School staff.
Women's Committee to Meet
Second meeting of the newly-or-
ganized women's committee of the
Miami Beach YMHA will be held
at the home of Mrs. William Suss-
man on Wednesday at 10 a.m. A
report will be presented by Mrs.
Philip Samet, chairman of the
nominating committee, which will
include a proposed slate of officers
The meeting will also be devoted
to setting up a board of directors
and programs that the group will
undertake in the future..
Beth Am Dinner Dance
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood will
hold its second annual "sweetheart
dance" Sunday evening at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. The dinner affair
will also be entertained by Milton
Berle, who is currently appearing
at the hotel. Proceeds are for the
temple building fund. Mrs. Earn-
est Sohnen is chairman.
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The Truman Family. U.S.A., will be reiRning
supreme in Greater Miami for the next few weeks.
Mi.ss Margaret Truman, of New Vork City, is
currently appearing in the lead of "The Happy
Time" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
Former President Harry S. Truman and Mrs.
Truman, of Independence. Mo., will be arriving
here shortly for his acceptance of an honorary
Doctorate from the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America on Feb. 22 and appearance as guest
speaker at a banquet the following weekend spon-
sored by the inaugural conference of the 1960 Is-
rael Bond Organization.
Miss Truman, playing the lead in the Samuel
Taylor adaptation of the Robert Fontaine book, re-
colls that she first appeared on the stage in junior
high school in Independence, and later in high
school when her family moved to Washington.
"I also sang in the choir of the Independence
Trinity Episcopal Church," she explained here, by
way of noting that the theater was in her blood
from way back.
Gentle and relaxed beneath a glowing crown
of blond hair. Miss Truman added a postscript to
her formal education: She received a Bachelor
of Arts degree in history and international rela-
tions from George Washington
University while her address was.
simply, The White House. U.S.A.
Then, off to New York she went
for private coaching in voice, fo!
lowed by two or three years of
concerts all over the country.
"I made my TV debut," Miss
Truman recalled, "on Ed Sulli-
van's show, doing comedy songs."
But Miss Truman had already ac-
quired a wide reputation from her
appearances on Tallullah Bank-
head's "Big Show." radio's final
great challenge to the then-infant
television industry.
Miss Truman smiled, leaning
back in her chair in an old garage
off Main Highway adjacent to the
Coconut Grove Playhouse, where
And then came marriage in
10M i" N Vork Times editor
Clifton. Darnel "We mot |" New
York, where 1 was living."
Today, the couple have two
boys, Clifton Truman, 2H, who
baa nicknamed him-clf 'Kiffte,"
and William Wallace. 8 months.
Her stage activity these days?
"I appear about every six weeks
on television m New York. But
theater parts like this one in 'The
Happy Time' I accept only rare-
lv." Last rammer, Miss Truman
confessed, "I did a five-week
stint in the Straw Circuit, but it
mm, nf Bourse, all close to New
York, and I got home often."
Betraying the famous Truman
firmness of purpose, she declar-
ed without equivocation: "If my
husband didn't approve, I would-
n't do it."
In the current Coconut Grove
Playhouse production, her first
since the summer, she plays the
role of a mother concern^ .l*
the way her very broad-m,^
brothers in-law are educsting w
son. all of which provides u,
Truman with the oppcirtiiafc*
give fuU play to her n C0JJJ
capabilities. '**>
To a final, furtive qV
about her mother and father jL,
eagerly declared that We 71
together very often. Grandpa
ents and grandchild^. yl'|
know, it's a magic at--action,"
Refusing resolutely to trade m |
the relationship, she m rely re.
marked, simply and w prK), '
in a reference to aom- photo!
graphs of President 11 ,aq: ..j
cant imagine any m *hica he 1
wouldn't look abosluteh wonder-
ful."
Then, a cheerful w.,\,. f^
bye. a resounding musical ex.,
clamation from her lip- of the
opening of the "Mexswlliiss" _
her cueand off Miss Trumai
trotted to run through Mime
scenes of "The Happ> Time,"
leaving behind her a trad of .
uberance.
I'hotograph by LBO MINI'I.IN
MISS MARAGRCT TRUMAN
. firmness of purpose
the cast patiently waited for her
to resume rehearsal. "Then came
about six years with NBC, doing
guest star roles for Jimmy
Durante and Milton Berle."
Her first dramatic play on tele-
vision? "Sketches with ventrilo-
quist Paul Winchell, who was fea-
tured in a network program at
the time, and who devoted half
of each production to a dramatic
sketch with a visiting artist."
In the summer of 1954, Miss
Truman appeared for ten weeks
in "Autumn Crocus" in what has
since gained fame as the "Straw
Circuit."
Mrs. Feinberg
To Chair Bureau
Mrs. Charles Feinberg has been
She spoke softly, easily, but namC(1 chairman of ,ne speakers
firmly, correcting impressions, Bllrcau for the Women's Division
insisting on accurate reeoPeotion, of the ComDinc(i jcvvish Appeal by
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chsir
man.
'We already have a strong base
of six prominent Miami women
who are in training for our bu-
reau," said Mrs. Feinberg. includ-
after mg Mrs I.arry Friedland. Mrs Sid
and never for a moment refer
ring to her unique experience as
the daughter of a President of
the United Statesof a President
who several times changed the
course of human history.
"f had no home life
school." Miss Truman gaily in-
sisted, indicating that she was too
busy with her own professional
affairs. "I did Monitor tapes for
NBC and reporting for British
television during a London stay-
in 1955," she recalled.
Mrs. Czech Will
Receive Award
Mrs. S;irah Czech, one of Great-
i r Miami's leading personalities
. :ul philanthropists, will be award-
'I the State of Israel Bond- oOVOt-
: Woman of Valor Award at a
torn in unity wide reception on Sat-
i>rday evening, Feb. 20, at the
Deauville hotel.
Coming to Miami to present the
. ward to Mrs Czech will be Col.
Shlomo Lahat. executive otficer of
the Israeli Air Force. The Woman
Valor Award is presented to
(mien who have either purchased
or sold 100.000 in Israel Bonds.
Only four other Miami women
have received this award. They
are Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Trudy
Uamerschlag and Mrs. Jacob Rii-
kin.
Mrs. Czech is a life member of
Hadassah, B'nai B'rith. Jewish ilsn Theological Seminary for her
Home for the Aged. Brandeis Uni- \ contributions and "outstanding
versify, Hebrew Academy. Temple leadcrsh>P"
Israel Sisterhood. Temple Emanu-
El Sisterhood, and National Child-
ren's Cardiac Hospital.
Active
|ney Lewis, Mrs. Lillian Pearlman.
Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Mrs Henry
Wernick, and Mrs. George Simon
Mrs. Feinberg has long been ac-
tive in community affairs. She is
on the budget and personnel com-
mittees of the Greater Miami Jew
ish Federation, vice president of
the Jewish Vocational service, vice
president of Temple Beth Sholom
Greater Miami chapter of Sisterhood, past national vice pres
National Home for ident of the American Jewish Con-
will hold a areas, and past president of Amer
ican Jewish Congress in Dei nut
She is also a ch. 10 representative
and a member of the nominating
committee of Federation.
Proceeds for Research
MIS. CHAffUS FfJJUHG
The
the Jewish
Asthmatic Children
"Mad Hatter's" luncheon Monday-
noon at the San Marino hotel. Mrs.
Joseph Nuremburg is chapler pres-
ident. Proceeds are for research
of the Children's Asthma Research
Institute and Hospital on the
grounds of the JNHAC. Chairman
of the affair is Mrs. Harry Kauf-
man. 7725 Carlyle ave.
To Air Congressional News
legislative developments in Con
gress dealing with juvenile delin
quency and other aspects of child
welfare will be discus- I at is
open meeting of the Sou rionda
chapter of the National Assn. of
Social Workers on Mot.:; at 8
p.m. Rudolph Danstedt. gislattN
representative in Washm / >n for
the National Assn. of Soc il Work-
ers, will be the main speaker. The
meeting will be held at I Reha-
bilitation Center for Crippled Chil-,
dren and Adults. 1475 N\\ 14th ave. j
**t. SARAH CZfCH
national organizations, Mrs. Czech
was recently honored by the Jew-
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American ORT met Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Dan Glaubman. 7255
126th st. Speaker was J. Baldi, who
demonstrated hair styling. Pro-
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building in Tel Aviv.
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Feet of Schools
Mizrachi President
To Address Florida
Confab on Beach
Mrs. Moses Dyckman. national
president of the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America, will ad-
dress th opening session of a
Florida conference of the women's
religious Zionist organization in
Miami Beach on Feb. 23. it was
announced here by Mrs. Emanuel
Karger, conference chairman. *
Six chapters of Mizrachi Women
will participate in the two-day
meeting, which will hear authori
ties on Israel report on current
tensions in the Middle East and
child-care, social service and ed
ucational programs sponsored in
the Holy Land by the women's or-
ganization which numbers some
50,000 members.
Mrs. Dvckman will speak at the
first public session of the Florida!
conference in the Deauville hotel
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kSHlNGTON American -
Is may be partially respon- Tuesday evening, Feb. 23.
lor recent teen-age anti- Local chapters participating are
Hie acts because of their fail-1 the Dov, Orah, Tamara. Tiioiu
In teach about the "crimes Ml Miami Beach and Coral Gables
Iitler era," B'nai B'rith Youth
mzation leaders said this
chapters.
Florida visitors representing
many of the 250 component chap-
ters of Mizrachi Women through-
out the country will join in the
conference, Mrs. Karger reported.
Workshop sessions win occupy
delegates for the second day of the
meeting in the Coronet hotel it
mber national executive ,. _,.___ ; ""\ei- "
,i *iu v.ju, "-__Tiwas announced. Chairmen of Dan
girls divisions of the B'na, man ,d Rose B^nenfeld Tl of
neglect has resulted in an
re generation of young people
rant of the meaning of the
ika and insensitive to the
Bt"- of minority groups," de-
a resolution adopted by the
^e?a^r^HnnTrYP?Ch^!.C^en *"* MuMman- Steven Schultz. Paul Fryd. Edward
eentea a play. Holiday Flashbacks." written Tr,i j rv-wi... r-:_.i ,.t'
anted a play, "Holiday Flaahbacks," written
and directed by Mrs. Naomi D. Brandeis, head
teacher. Participants (left to right) included
Myles Cypen, Jimmy Pomerance, Michael
Taylor, and Debby Firtel. Looking on are
Rabbi Bernard A. Mussman. director of educa-
tion at the Temple's religious school, and Mrs.
Brandeis.
Camp Program Director Named
the Miami area.
The conference is one of the
three major regional meetings
called to implement resolutions of
, Mizrachi Women's 34th annual na-
; tional convention. An entertain
| ment highlight of the Feb. 23 pub-
lic session will be the performance
of Vivian Lloyd.
No admission will be charged to
the opening session in the Deau-
ville hotel, Mrs. Karger announced.
'Rescued1 Torah
To be Offered
Youth Organization.
11 resolution, adopted at the
of a throe-day mooting,
td on school authorities "to
I up mirror to our education-
ist tm to determine what of-
' being, made to teach
In about the evils of total!-
pnisrr and intolerance."
revolution urged that "the
y < t the Hitler era should be
it in the schools."
Iiam Goldman, a 19-year-old
K< -< phomore from Akron, O.,
Mr Her, Flushing, N. Y., a
m. at Queens College and! Marshal Comis and his mother,
president, said a copy of the Mrs Pear, Comia will ,
kmLTm ^".^ l I Torah to Temple Adath Yeshurun
*Ai Educational Assn. during the Temple's. Friday night
drmittal to local school au-iServices this week a, the Uniied
s I bldg.. 2300 NE 171st St., No. Miami
Jewish youth leaders said!Beacn
were "distressed" over the) The Torah was rescued from de-
that, with only a few excep- struct ion by the Nazi invading
all cf the almost 100 persons forces in Poland during World
led for antiSemitic acts!War II.
ji> country have been teen- j According to Comis, a rabbi dis-
k. most of them without any (mantled the Scroll and wound the
' ing of the meaning of parchment around his body prior
to being shipped off to a concen-
tration camp, where it was later
buried secretly.
Although the inmates of the con-
centration camp perished, the
Torah was discovered after libera-
tion. It has since been reassembled
and prepared for ritual service by
a scribe.
Comis was president of Tifereth
Israel Northside Center from 1956
to 1958, and is one of the founders
of Temple Adath Yeshurun, as well
as first chairman of the Temple's
board of directors.
He lives with his mother at
19411 NE 22nd ave.
(In '
rbrew Univ.
Itural Meeting
tester Miami chapter of the
Friends of the Hebrew
prsitj will hold a cultural
tag Saturday evening, Feb.
t the Fontainebleau hotel.
Id Solomon, director and in-
flor of the Saifesota School
will discuss "Art is For-
Aiso featured will bo a
an show by Israeli artist
Amita.
Uomon has studied at the Art
luie of Chicago and Ecole des
x Arts de Paris. He Is a
or member of the American.
er Color Society of New York
the 1 iorida Artists Group. He
| had many one-man shows sod
numerous awards.
Sews* Jerri mslHute
he weekend of Poh. 19 through
i'itcv desl*Dted as Beth Da
l-'oY Senior Tm
McDonald Double
Threat Actor
Scott McDonald, 20-year-old Uni-
versity of Miami student, is an ac-
tive thespian these days.
Currently appearing in "Calen-
dar Show," s musical showcase re-
vue, at Three Arts Theatre. 342
Aragon ave., McDonald performs
both as a singer and a comedian
in addition to lending a hand back-
stage. "Calendar Show" will play
Thursday through Saturday, Feb.
11 to 13.
Between performances he is bus-
ily rehearsing for "Hay Fever."
opening at Three Arts Theatre on
L'SY. Sonior Torah Institute.
rriday evening service will
Conducted by the USY. Serason-
|s will deal with "Judaism for
| leenAger." On Saturday morn- ^^o. ..^
twMKroup *U1 a,tend wteea Thursday. Feb. 18.
Ihi v 1 Torah luncneon w't* The east of "Hay Fever" also
tiin v Rosenb*rg. In the features Victoria Adams. Iris Rau
'ng. a dance will bo held in tenberg, Mori PodeU. Bert Apple
ua.tor.um. On Sunday mom- by, Anne Shaw. Carole Hertz.
|ll?s\V7elw'11 inducted by' Pearl Rubin and Bob Wolfe. The
nJ i* 'allowed by a break- production is produced by Gene
-nd Hussion. Hjn80n and dir^e,, Dy Bui Keller.
Announcement of Jerome Nudel-
man as program director of Camp
Lakeside in Hendersonville, N.C..
was made this week by Norton
Segal, camp director.
During the year. Nudelman is
personnel, director of Yellow Cab
System. He holds a degree in ed-
ucation from the University of Mi-
ami, and has had camping experi-
ence in Wisconsin, as well as ex-
perience in teaching industrial arts.
"Nudelmen's varied experi-
ence in education and personnel
work mokes him a perfect choke
?or program director," Segal
said.
Camp Lakeside, which goes into
its second season this summer, is
located on Lake Osceola, 1,750
miles from Miami.
Approximately 150 boys and
girls are accommodated for the
June 28 to Aug. 20 season. The
camp contains many modern facil-
ities, includirg two swimming
pools, archery and rifle ranges,
stables, and tennis courts.
Mew Schedule for Games
"Name Your Game" night of the
Sisterhood of Hialeah Reform Jew-
ish Congregation will be held Feb.
25 and the last Thursday of every
month thereafter. This schedule
substitutes for the former weekly
"Name Your Game" function held
by Sisterhood at the congregation,
1150 W. 68th St.. Hialeah.
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Friday. February 12.
19SQ
jXt tltclQcalm of Society
Oscar Colsky,
Bride Live Here
Bre'.ton is no* Mrs
l>k> The couple ex-
jng \ "* on Jan. 31
. -, Pan Sheraton hotel m Pitts-
Rabbi Sidney Rappaport
ated at the 4 30 p.m ritea.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
Mr- Jacob Bretton. of El-
wood Cit>. Pa The groom is the
: Mrs. Sam Colsky. 730 Sis-
i.e. Coral Gables.
Given in marriage by her father
thr bride chose an ivory *ilk satin
bridal dress with scooped neckline
3T bell-shaped sleeves accented
by a beaded yoke The short bouf-
fant veil of pure silk illusion as
| by a matching satin band of
small rosettes and leaves
She carried four white orchids
and stephanotis streamers on a
prayer book.
MaM of honor for her sister was
v h \orma Bretton The groom s
r. Dr Jacob Colsky. was
best man. L'shers included Dr Sol
.. also a brother, and Abe
Bretton. brother of the bnde.
F iiowing a motor trip, the
e will be at home in Miami.
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Foxes Reveal
Vickie's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Fox. of 551 SE
4th st.. Hialeah. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Vickie,
jnard Breslow. of 1125 NW
134th
M-- Fox graduated from Miami
- Huh School, where she was
vice president of Tau Alpha Omega
soror
Mr Breslow attended the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he ma-
jored in art and interior decor-
ating.
Ballet Audition
Slated Sunday
At 2 p.m.. Sunday, an audition
for membership in the Junior Com-
pany of ;he Miami Ballet wijl be
held at the Miami Conservatorv.
2973 Coral Way.
The audition will be open to all
dancers in the area between the
ages of 9 and 13. with a minimum
of three rears of ballet training
Thomas Armour, director of the
Miami Ballet, has announced the
folowing teachers as comprising
the auditioning board: Renee Zint-
graff. Jill Mallory. Peggo Cremer
Audrey Winters. Laura Rose May.
and Carol King.
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Iteld, Rosenthal
Are Betrothed
Mr and Mr- I-:lore Iteld. of
Brooklvn. V Y.. announce the en
gagemeni of their daughter. Su-
-an to Dr Amnon Rosenthal.
He .s tne son of Mr ani Mr-
Joseph Rosenthal. 1030 SW Ut]
Miami.
A party Saturday in Bnoktjn
will honor the couple on the occa-
sion of their betrothal.
The bride-elect is a student ma-
joring in education and art at
Brooklyn College.
Dr Rosenthal received his Bach
elor of Arts degree magna cum
laude from Yeshiva University,
and attended Albany College Med
ical SchooL where he received the
Mosby Scholarship Book Award for
scholastic excellence.
At medical school, he also won
the S Oadly Vander Poel prize
He is a member of Alpha Omega
Alpha medical fraternity, and is.
currently interning a t Buffalo
Children's HospitaL New York.
Cantor Hales of
Coronet Hotel
Feb 13 to 14 will be ,,
weekend it Waldman'> Corona
tel. when Cantor Solomon n3
conduct* Miffffs for Skaofl
Shi rah. W
A student of the internatioaaiw'
famous Cantor Abraham >3
Rev. Flaks was assi>tant chapS]
n the VS. Army daring the iv|
and performed cantoru! duties (1
rroops. as well as for civilian
various synagogues in Italy.
He will come to the Coronet 1|
tel as guest cantor from <''Migrtb.1
lion Kneses Israel. Sea Gate hy.
bor. NY, where he officiates M |
chief cantor.
suss susak rrno
Pioneer Women
Meet for CJA
The Miami groups of Pioneer
Council will bold a joint meeting
for the Combined Jewish Appeal
on Feb 23 at Beth El Congrega-
tion.
The membership of the Kadimah
Coral Gables. Tikva and Golda
Meir Cubs have been invited to
attend as the guests of Mr and
Mr- Oscar Zeltzer. Mr and Mrs.
Isaac Pushkin, and Mr. and Mrs
- Dobschulu.
.dents of the clubs Mil
Marvin Copenhagen. Mrs Paul
Mr- I Wagner.
^hiriev Queen, are serv-
ing on the planning committee
ral chairman will be Mrs Mil-
ton Green, overall Council pres-
ident.
Major SochI treirf s Plamti
Two major social events are I
planned for February by the Set-
tor Citizens Friendship Groups
the Southwest YMHA. 7215 Cord
Way. Sunday will be a picnic djj I
in the form of a cookout and u j
afternoon of table games Sunit/I
evening. Feb. 28. ha beet m]
aside for a barn dance, units i
include square dancing, codktt^
and special entertainment All i
ii t citizens are invited ta partir>]
pate in the programs In chvaj
of information are Mr-
Moses, president, and China]
Plotkin. office senior citizea
ice director.
Ardmort
miss CAtou crrtfM
Citrin, Rubin
Plan for May 15
Mrs Esther Citnn. 1101 Pennsyl-
vania ave. Miami Beach, an-
nounces the engagement of her
daughter. Carole Lee. to Stuart Ir-
win Rubin, son of Mrs. Rose Rubin
and the late Joseph Rubin, of 1215
Alton rd Miami Beach and Hen
dersonville. N. C.
The bride-ele^ raduate of
Beach High School, where
she was a member of Op
Club.
Mr Rubin al>o graduated
Miami Beach High School and will
receive bis BBA degree from the
Ha
is a member of Tau Epilon Phi
-oc.al fraterr.
The couple are planning to be
Asthmatic Children Benefit
Breath of Life chapter of the
Jewish National Home for Asth-
matic Children will hold a Valen-
tine s Day dance Sunday evening
at the Knights of Pythias Hail.
4601 W. Flagler st There will be
dancing to the music of a live or-
chestra. In charge of information
are Mrs. Richard Herold and Mrs.
Alex Grossman.
Mizrachi Chatter to Meet
Dov chapter of Mizrac1- W
will hold a luncheon tad ird
ty Wednesday noon a* the haafl
of Mrs Lilly CoWber. TS4 St]
15th st. The meeting is n rnenwrl
of her husband, the late Mr Hurrl
Goldberg. Proceeds are for ctt]
dren in Israel. Mr. Gold berg
active in Beth El Congregationafl
organized a men's chap" r ol Xn-j
rachi.
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Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs Bernard A Ster
Jng of 945 Alfonso ave. Coral Ga-
Wes. announce the engagement of
their daughter. Judith Ann to F
Roy esel. son of Mr and Mr.
^t,.liaTr,omCoral
IBaa Sterhng attended the Uni
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Mr Weissel attended the Vallev
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HER COIUMN RESUMES NEXT WEEK.
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Mike powder blue organdy
raist dresses to wear to
116th birthday party luncheon
Algiers .
iras an Alpha Epsilon Phi "pot
supper at Howard and Rosa-
lirsch's home. 6270 SW 121st
President Mrs. Norman
Sirkin is Chairman
Milton Sirkin, of Miami
i, has been named associate
ur. of the attendance com-
d r the 1960 biennial con-
,n oi the National Jewish Wel-
The convention will
lid Mar. 30 through Apr. 3 at
pha*e-Park Plaza hotel, St.
Mo.
]R Washington Bureau
CR has opened a Washington
Bureau to give local listen-
i-the-spot daily coverage of
m the nation's capital con-
ks Miami and the State of
I Dired. telephone reports
cc Mroversial issues affect-
|ur:i!.i in Congress, the .courts,
li\e departments, all fields of
jvernment, and White House
I cc rferences.
Brown glad to welcome Gloria and
Mel Muroff. Jack and Miriam
Mades, Marvin and Naomi Zank,
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Jonas, and
Martin and Irene Samuels among
the crowd.

Roz Soltz and her Jerry leave
Feb. 16 by plane for Equador.
Peru and Panama Traveling
with them will be Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Moscovitz. publishers of
The Southern Jewish Weekly .
Busman's holiday for Mrs. Lee
jDopkin. of Baltimore, visiting her
sister, Mrs. Samuel Kling ... No
relaxation for either, with Sadie
her Sam's the marriage counselor
and Jewish Flnridian columnist-
including Mrs. D. in every meet-
ing she attends .
Mrs. Robert I. Schwartz off to
Washington to attend a Public Af-
fairs Institute of National Council
of Jewish Women and to meet with
charming Rep. Oante Fascell ... .
The Al Fines. 1015 Lenox ave..
catching their breath over dinner
at Luau Al and Gert have been
working round-the-clock getting
their new men's shop open on Kane
Concourse.
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Monticello Youth Breakfasts
United Synagogue Youth and
confirmation class .of MjWticellQ
Park Congregation, will sponsor a
weekly service and: breakfast' each
Sunday, beginning Feb. 14. The
service commences at 9:15 a.m.
DR. LEHRMAN IN NEW YORK
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, left
for New York City this week to
attend a conference of the newly
fc Tied Rabbinic Cabinet of the
United Jewish Appeal. Dr. Lehr-
man is one of 20 spiritual leaders
throughout the nation named to
the body.
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President Eisenhower accepts first copy of re-
cently-published Armed Forces Hymnal whose
Jewish Section was prepared in consultation
with National Jewish Welfare Board's Com-
mission on Jewish Chaplaincy. Left to right
are Rear Adm. George A. Rosso. Navy chief
of chaplains; Maj. Gen. Terrence P. Finnegan,
Air Force chief of chaplains; President Eisen-
hower; Maj. Gen. Frank A. Tobey, Army chief
of chaplains; and Cmdr. Samuel Sobel, Jew-
ish chaplain at the Norfolk, Va., Naval Base,
Jewish consultant to the Armed Forces Chap-
lains Board.
Evans Hugh**, Franklin Delano
Roosevelt, and many ethers.
He received world renown for
his giant painting, "The Four Free-
doms," which has been published
in newspapers and art journals
throughout the world.
Jafnel is a specialist in oil and
pastel portraits, and during recent
years, his technique has shifted
from the classic to the modern
"But it is a contemporary art you
can still understand," he notes
critically.
Several of Jafnel's works are be-
ing considered for purchase by the
Metropolitan Museum of Art in
New York City. He is now accept-
ing commissions in his Miami
Beach Studio.
Armchair Travelers to Visit
Armchair travelers will visit
countries in many parts of the
! world on film Feb. 18 at the Miami
Public Library, 1 Biscayne blvd.
: The program. Travel Unlimited, is
1 shown at 1, 3:30 and 8 p.m., and
will include films on the United
States, Puerto Bico, Australia and
Greece.
General Meeting Monday
Greater Miami chapter of the
National Kidney Disease Founda-
tion will hold a general meeting,
1030 a.m., at the home of Mrs.
Louis Gillman. 1834 Brickel ave.
StMUlI lUHtl
Renowned Artist
Has Studio Here
Samuel A. Jafnel, internationally
renowned artist, is "now a Miami
Beach resident at 4214 Royal Palm
sve.
Educated at the National A/ad-
emy of Design in 1912, he studied
under Douglas S. Volk, famous
American portrait painter, and de-
voted many years to newspaper
cartooning in New York, as well
as illustration. For a time, he was
art instructor at the Borough Hall
Academy there.
Jafnel has painted, among
other noted personalities, Dr.
Joseph Montague, publisher and
editor of "Health Digest;" Baron
and Baroness Sigismund Vn
Der Reit and daughter, Vera;
Robert Richter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Richter, Miami;
Ma|. Charles MacDonald, U.S.A.,
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vJewlstncrMton
Friday, February 12, i$q
MM SIDNtY SICAU
New Health
Studio Opens
At 163rd St.
Judge Segall Will
Seek Reelection
"I will run as a candidate for
another full term as Judge of the
Small Claims Court to which office
I was appointed by Gov. Collins
in 19.15 JrhiTTo which judgeship the
people of Dade county elected me
in 1956." Judge Sidney L. Segall
said this week in announcing the
opting of his campaign here.
"My record of judicial service
and qualifications as a judge will
be again submitted for the evalu-
ation and appraisal by the people
of Dade county subject to their ap-
proval in the Democratic primaries
in May."
Segall declared that "since my
appointment by Gov. Collins to this
bench in 1955. I have entered or-
ders and judgment in nearly 23.000
cases. Of these, there have been
only 60 appeals, and to this date
none of my decisions has ever been
reversed by the appellate court."
Segall added that "I shall con-
tinue to dedicate myself as I have j
in the past to the job of bringing
in the Dade County Small Claims
cmin the maximum effort within j
my capacity to do full and im-
Planninq Sholem Lodge's 35th anniversary man. Ed Klein president-elect and cocbair.
celebration Feb. 21 at the Americana hotel man. Morton W. Palmer, and Myron Gold,
are (left to right) Martin Budnick. Harry Good-_________________________________________________
A new fully-equipped health stu my t.,patl,j. lo lull auu .
dn has opened in North Dade at partial justice to all litigants in all ShOleill LOClCIt?
2037 NE 163rd st. ,tne cases presented before me. *
United Health Studios, in accord "The people of Dade county gave TellS AnniVePSOPY
With their other studios through- my record as Small Claims Court _.
out the country, is open from 9 Judge an overwhelming vote of CeleDrCltlOn rlCfflS
a.m. until 10 p.m., seven davs a confidence by honoring me with
weel for the exclusive use of busi- the highest number of votes of any i Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
nessmen who want to keep fit. An other candidate on the entire Dem- will mark its 35th anniversary Sun-
app ointment is never needed. ocratic ballot in the 1956 second day evening, Feb. 21, at the Amer-
primary. By the result of that poll i icana hotel, according to Sidney
7be studio is equipped with the tne people have expressed their H. Palmer, lodge president,
lato.-t reducing equipment, includ- confidence in my record and my ,
in2 adjustable eight-speed vibrator qualifications as a judge." Ed Klein, president-elect, and
. which increase circulation ; -. i Bernard Newmark have been
ciuulation while taking off bulges. ',"t., fl,^f ^ece', *ppxl; named co-chairmen of the function.
which begins at 6:30 p.m. Assisting
mately 63.000 votes. In the first
I the lazy reducer, there are -\ Segall led the Small are Hufwi Martin Budnick
elevated mechanical massaging Claims race with 51.000 votesthe Harrv Goodman Mvron Gold Mor.
s ,ha, shape the body and the highest. in a field of four can- ,"0^.^ Marv Pear.man,
onlv body-toning apparatus in d dates-missing by a narrow mar- R b L.wison ,nH A D.vid Rav-
S 1 Florida, according to United. 8'n a victory by a clear majority ^Dert Lewlson and A u,v,a "*
according
United Health Studio* alto of-
fer Russian steam baths, Swedish
massage, television lounge, and
ptivate lockers to round out a
pisgram designed to make firm
staging muscles, reduce extra
pounds, and offer the active
businessman a new lease on
health.
I Hike a gym. United Health
over the entire opposition.
Horror Film
Producer Visits
vis.
The program will feature Tony
Martin and an all-star review.
Priie of the evening will be a
free trip to Nassau through the
courtesy of Aaron and William
Farr.
Horror films do not contribute
to juvenile delinquency, at least
in the opinion of a man who has Sholem Lodge was founded in
made a fortune and won fame 1925. Past presidents include for-
producing them. mer Miami Mayor Abe Aronovilz.
Weiss to Chair
Torah Vodaath
Pelle to Run
For Circuit Court
Michael A. Pelle, North Miami
Beach City attorney, announces
that he will seek election to the
Circuit Court bench post now held
by Judge George E. Holt.
In 1954, Pelle sought the same
post and gained some 20,000 votes.
Since then, he has been an active
trial lawyer. Last year, he was
named North Miami Beach city at-
torney.
The candidate's supporters note
that Pelle led the fight against the
abuse of the special mastership
system and was the first attorney
to carry his legal battle to the Su-
preme Court of Florida and pre-
vail. The supreme court ruled in
Pelle's case that it was unconsti-
tutional for a circuit judge to ap-
point a special master over the
objection of the party."
Pelle said Wednesday that he
will use the same campaign slo-
gan as he did in 1954. that "Justice
must be free, never sold, denied,
or delayed."
Pelle is past justice of the Mi-
I ami Elks 948. past vice president
He is Herman Cohen, voung Isaac Levin (deceased). E. Albert %
Sn li?h .rlinT*0", f^T Ho">'wood movie-maker now visit Pallet, and other community lead- Dinner Mar. 6
ZoJiZlrZt:Te?ZSrnit:s ,hC Cadi"aC h,el in "H"*' PhiljP "W* lol restaurateur/" the North Dade I.ycees. and a
that "within 60 days, we will re- Cohen, still in his carlv thirties The lodge's program includes '"live in civic and religious af- mem|, VnU^T^L1"^^'
duce your body weight 12 to 15 hit the proverbial jackpoi with his Anti-Defamation League activity, tarn has been appointed chairman ;t^r!h,,^'
pounds, lose 3 to M inches from first horror effort "I Was a Teen- s"PP<>rt of II,lid House. B'nai of ,he a"n"a' d'er of the Yeshiva Knights of Co'um -.,. D
h,rs and waist, and generally firm age Werewolf" The movie grossed Bri,n Vouth- Americanism and Torah Vodaath and Mesifta to be
lour ant>P KaJh '* .. ^:_ _##__. .'. In.1.1 Hit* alt as.. ___
youl entire body."
more than $2,000,000 in
Fcr the underweight, the guar- vear"
antee promises "a gain of from
8 lo 12 pounds. 2 to 3 inches on
i h< -' and arms."
Cohen tours the country speak-
ing at high schools and colleges
and to PTA groups. This way, he
says, he keeps in touch with the
younger age groups and deter-
mines what they want in the way
of movies.
Cohen never depicts a juvenile
, fjrst civic affairs. Institute of Judaism. JeW Mar. 6 at the Coronet hotel. JfJ^.J^VX^,^,1^0^'
and Blood Bank. Recently, the ^ announcement was made by dren and res,d at 19W1 Nw *lh
lodge launched an employment of ("*nrles Zaretsky, president of the "^_____________________________
the physically handicapped service Geological seminary located in'
under the leadership of Leo Axlrod, Br<>oklyn. N.Y.
member of President Eisenhower's The dinner will be tendered in
NEPH committee. honor of the Bienenfeld family.
------------------- well-known for their activities ori
Rabbinical TV Program !>ehalf of ,he se|n'nary, one of the
largest in the United States. Mr.
Onearra Pushes Ahead
Cndarra's spurt during this past
wk at the Dania Jai-Alai Palace
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. spirit- 'na" Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld live
e they can "give be host on "Still
Small Voice."
Assn.,
WCKT.
Juda-
Celawa. Dania Jai-Alai Palace is don. an adventure-horror
open nightly except Sunday. "Conga."
faC,icCh,a7H0n>h,P rd ,huUmCr- wron" 'de l oung^ers. 6He prog am of the R.boreal As
L ,mP!0B!l"P; W'I.h b'*a" s v,e career as an usher Sunday, 1 a mover ch 7 WC
: W5 w,nsCaren Ca ea M^C* "&2L ** will be fi tfj
Si )..:abal.
iins are Careaga, independent producer at 27.
Guests will be Cantor
story. Charles Kodner and Lenore Gold-
1 stein.
Beach.
In accepting the appointment,
Weiss said that "serving the Jew-
ish community in the United
States for more than SO years,
the Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and
Mesifta is recogniied as ont of
the largest national institutions
of learning.
"The Yeshiva maintains, in addi-
tion to a rabbinic school, an ad-
vanced school of higher learning,
a summer camp and a branch in
Jerusalem. The school definitely
deserves the cooperation of every
Jewish citisen in the Miami area."
At a meeting held at the Royal
Hungarla restaurant last Sunday
the following were selected to r 1 .
serve with Weiss as members of '**' Orckotlnl Program
Lnl'ncer,.COmm,i,ce: Rabi Alex-
muup truss
The 1960 community-wide Jewish
Sam Reinhard. Sam Drookm"L" Mu*'c '"e*"*" will be devoted te
Kalb. Jack Ciment Rev Ahr.h!^ "" orch","l program through the
Safra. Rabbi Jacob Safra i,!T ""W^Mm of the Miami Beach
Kramer. Jacob Schecter' R^h* F'V'C <******. which will P*r-
'bor H Stern and Rabbi P. Br.sk '^ lT ^ eVeDt '" coniuncU0?
man.
Aichitect's view of the new Dade Heights Jew-
ish Congregation building to be launched in
Lbe near future. Jerry Greenfield, building and
^founa Adults to Dance
TemP',e ?**_?5H Adult,
Hh the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center and the Can-
tor's Assn. The FesUval will take
place on Sunday evening. Mar
at the Miami Beach Municipal
Auditorium Admission is free.
hln.^09^"1 i% ^ kicked week. The
building, to cost $75,000 .will include n tin,
nesday tha, the firs, phasfof a S200.000 buS- Si TbsT^^ "" U Cm^d D.Sg ^ffi J JSt ^sSS. TXing' gTS
Bob Parrant and the L *," f gr"m Poord'nator. Barnett Bree-
u woiei. .skln Wli, conduct lhe orchotr*.


friday. February 12. i960
*'Je*is>fhrtMam
UJA Kicks Off Here With $12 Million
Page 11-B
The nationwide 1960 United Jew-i
Lh Appeal was officially launched
lundey as 500 American- Jewish"
_ il. is meeting here apnfributed
|r reported large initial gifts that
inled 112.130.000.
The gilt-giving took place at the1
Jlosing sossion of a three-day na-
Imii.i1 inaugural conference at the
fontainebleau hotel. The more
jian $12 million received repre-
tnts one of the UJA's earliest and
I successful starts.
Morris W. Berinsttin, of Mew
rork, general chairman of the
JJA which n*w flftss underway
lii .1,500 communities across tha
Vetion, annewnced that Sunday's
total of starting gifH is II par-
Lent greater than the amount
he Appeal received by this time
year ago.
iBerinstein termed the outpour- j
\. of initial gifts "an inspiring
Idication that American Jews'
lean to complete the job of inte-'
lating all of the million refugees
py have helped to reach Israel.
r.ifts were announced by, the in-
kidual donors present, or were
xirted by community represen-
lives who gave the results of
liminary meetings held in their
|me cities.
lifts were made toward both the
K> UJA Special Fund and the.
jular United Jewish Appeal. The
pcial Fund seeks a multi-million
liar sum in addition to the reg-
|r campaign to expedite the in-1
Iration of unabsorbed immi-!
ints in Israel. Together, the Spe-
|1 Fund and the Regular cam
|gn must meet the needs of 600,-
Jcws in Israel, 24 European
Moslem lands, and in this
Intry. where the UJA serves ar
fng Jewish refugees.
in outstanding gift of $Z5e,M0
vard the UJA 1*M Special
knd was made at Sunday's
feting by Mrs. Moses L. Armen-
rg, of New York, ft was an- ;
Kneed at the request of' her
y Walter Annenberg, Phi lade I-
}ia publisher.
plea to help Israel's people
up the absorption of immi-
(n:> was made Sunday by Abra-
Harman. Israel's Ambassa-
tn the United States. At the,
'!' time, he told the 400 Jewish.
I( rs present that funds raised
}r the years by UJA have helped
in.ikr possible "the simplest and
M successful refugee absorption
Igram in Jewish history."
(he Israel Ambassador told his
Bience that one factor that had
ktributed to the slow absorption
[thousands of Immigrants was
country's "open door" immi-
^tion policy for Jewish refugees.
explained:
[The number of health and so-
problems among immigrants
Israel has been unusually large,
la result."
Also of great concern. Herman
aidjls the need to provide de-
..w.l!, modest "Housing for some
*MM newcomers, 60,000 of them
In immigrant shanty towns.
The outpouring of gifts at Sun-
day's session was made frtMttth)
in part, by the work of a 70 man
national inaugural conference com-
mittee, headed by Max Orovitz, of
Miami Beach.
At Saturday evening's session of
the three-day conference, a mev-
sage from Sen. Herbert H. Lehman
asked American Jews not to let
their success in aiding and retell-
ing 2,700,000 oppressed and threat- '>
ened Jews in the past generation
"obscure the fact that thousands
of our people are still suffering
degradation, misery and discrimi-
nation."
The former Senator and Gover-
nor of New York, who in recent
years has served the UJA in hon-'
orary positions, advised the con-
ference that in this, year's effort
he would take an active, day-to-day
leadership role. He declared that
he was doing this, along with other
prominent New Yorkers "to dram-
atize our view of the~scriousness
of this problem."
A Saturday niRht session saw
several major actions taken de-
signed to increase the participation
of lay leaders in the 1960 cam-
paign, as these included:
Announcement of the com-
pletion of a 66-man notional cam-
paign cabinet for the 1960 UJA,
composed of prominent commun-
al figures, headed by Melvin Du-
binsky, of St. Louis.
Decision to hold a series of
large scale leadership institutes,
to examine the issues of the 1960
effort and ways of bringing them
to the attention of the public.
Announcement that in New
York City, largest of all communi-
ty efforts for UJA, a group of 21
of the campaign's most prominent
supporters, in addition to Lehman,
will undertake special posts that
require their actual day-to-day
participation in the campaign.
On Friday, the conference heard
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, UJA
iouu atuwirzfi
executive vice chairman, declare
that in 1960 "American Jews have
a great, creative opportunity to
wipe the slate clean of many long-
standing refugee problems that
have confronted us since World
War II."
Noted Talmudist
To Be Honored
Rabbi Jacob I. Ruderman. world
renowned Talmudic authority and
president of the Ner Israel Rab-
binical College of Baltimore, will
be honored at a luncheon here
Sunday, Feb. 28.
Sponsors of the luncheon are the
parents of the 19 Miami students
currently attending Ner Israel.
Fourteen of these students are He-
brew Academy alumni. Others at-
tended loeal Hebrew schools.
Louis Merwitzer accepted the
chairmanship of arrangements,
Merwitzer is first vice president
of the Hebrew Academy and ac-
tive in congregational and Zion-
ist affairs.
Harry Schwartz, vice presiient
of Beth Israel Congregation, will
be toastmaster.
The Ner Israel Rabbinical Col-
lege is a national institution of
higher Jewish learning consisting
of High School. Rabbinic School,
Graduate Department and Teach-
ers Training Division. Its 300 stu-
dents come from all parts of the
United States.
>v Scouts Mark
[olden Jubilee
pi hundreds of synagogues
Mghout Greater Miami and the
|in, the Golden Jubilee of the
I Scouts of America was cele
I't'd at special services last
ikend, with spiritual leaders
aching sermons marking the oc
ion and Ner Tamid medals be-
j presented to qualified Scouts.
|n-e 1943. Rabbi Harry Lasher,
fWlsdale. .N.J., has served on
I national staff of the Boy Scout*
America as national director of
ri-h Relationships.
*bbi Lasker travels exten-
l*'y across the nation, pro-
r<"9 cooperative relationships
ween Scouting and Jewish or-
r'tat.ens, and stimulates In-
fest m the Ner Tamid award.
connection with the national
[wee. Rabbi Leaker was re-
t-"'' for the religious needs of
['wish boys who last weekend
I"1'"' a Golden Anniversary
"ration of the organization in
|>..nijton, D. C.
Jewish Scout. Steven B. Mel-
"I Billings, Mont., was aelect-
' represent his state.
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Mr. and Mrs. Dave Goodman, of MormenoV Isle*, "on th
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nitery star Helena Da reel.
Among the Sunday swingers at Baysore Golf Course: Seymour Ru
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Jacksons. Dr Mike Gilbert. Mrs. Max Sayet. Pearl Elberstadt. and
Charles Maxwell.
Pianist Irving Laibson. now appearing at Dolly Kays Club Royale.
next to Riccio's. and Biltmore-Terrace ork leader Leonard Dawson
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BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Hearing nothing but praise for the
mooth. big-time production of "My Fair Lady." now at Miami Beach
\uditorium through Feb 20. If you bavent seen it. take the family.
't's an unforgetabie treat, with lovely Dune Todd and handsome
fichael Evans doing a real Broadway job in the co-starring roles.
Miami Beach Police aid Firemen's 11th annual All-Star show at
he Miami Beach Exhibition Hall Feb. 21 will be emceed by Joey
\dams. new national president of AGVA. Every' star in the area prob-
ibly will make a personal appearance.
Margaret Trvmsn now making her faotligM bow bare at the
Coconut Grove Playhouse in "The Happy Time," a comedy about a
French Canadian family in the 192Cs.
"Mr Television ii packing 'em in at the Fontainebleau La Ronde.
filton Berlf sbogtj his gag lines all over the place with merry abandon
nent. and the byplay with his company of funmakers is always rib
ickling. He never has been in better form. And talking about form.
Betty George, a member of his cast, really has it.
Martha Davis and her Spouse making their local debut at the Ivory
Tower of the Saxony, creating a stir with their informal vocal and in-
trumental styling*.
Joe E. Lewis and Rhonda Fleming hold over at the Eden Roc Pom-
;jeii room, and this is one doublestar show you don't want to miss.
The ever-popular "Singing Violins" strolling among the tables at
Bertice Reading, sizzling sepian songstress sparking the nightly en-
t-rtajnment in Dore's new Coquette room guided by Ralph Petillo. .
(angles the Star of David from her voluptuous neck. The charm was j
given her by Dr. Chaim Weizmann. late President of Israel, for her per- i
formances there. Bertice launched her career with Lionel Hampton's
band, has appeared with Zachary Scott and Ruth Ford in Broadways
Requiem for a Nun," and has "stopped" the Jack Paar TV show twice
* *
FILM FARE: Edward G Robinson. Rod Steiger and Joan Collins
star in the cops-and-robbers thriller. "Seven Thieves." at the Carib
Miami and Miracle Theaters. Concerns a major "heist" job: robbing of
he bank and casino in Monte Carlo ramifications.
The last picture made by the late, lovely Kay Kendall. "Once More
with heeling." a breezy comedy about the music world, and co-ctarring
Yul Brynner (a bald conductor?) follows at the Carib, Miami and Mir-
acle, opening the 16th.
"Porgy and Bess" continues at the Beach's Sheridan The cast
-"eluding Pearl Bailey, Sammy Davis, Sidney Portier and Dorothy
Dandndge. makes this a must-see.
L^'m*-1"? Err0" Flynn ,iim- and his own oroduction. "Cuban Rebel
Girls, featuring his protege, Bev.-rly Aadland, is now at the Colony
paramount and Coral Theatres. It was made during the height of the
!,nSth" is'land Sme eXCit'ng ,Ce"eS f gUer,lla "*
"Israal," the unusually fin* documentary, featuring narration
Edward 0 Robinson. hoWs......Z E Cab... 7nd OWmpT..
World prem.ere of "Can-Can" takes place at Sheridan on Mar Q
Remember the rumpus when Khrushchev and his party were treated to
-n-the-set Can On dance numbers when he was in rtollywOodT
RESTAURANT ROW: Dunes motel speciahzing in fam.ly-stvle Fn
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7, February XT, 1960
+Jewish thrknan
M Eisendrath
e*
tw Citation
,i:l.PFTTA -one of Amor
fremost religious leaders,
l^ino- N. Eisendrath.'
of the Union of Ameri-
ftw i mgregatlons, has
hed to receive the first
Freedom Citation from
pel of the Four Chaplains
jdrlphia.
k-csentation will be made
Ini a special ceremony in
at 4 p.m
Iking the announcement,
Inicl A. Poling, chaplain,
lat Rabbi Eisendrath was
lior his unrelenting battle
Iho shabby spectres of im-
1 bigotry and reaction that |
I the spiritual foundations
r-mocratic society."
tiling also praised Rabbi
th "for his fearless bat-
|nst injustice and for his
imaginative leadership
lUnlon of American He-
kngregations in strength-
.merican Raform in Jo-
Page 13-8
Iv of the chapel's three-
ike-up, Dr. Poling paid
Rabbi Eisendrath, "for
}cring efforts in bringing
bser ties among Protest-
Iholics anl Jews through
moiton fwtr
programs of interfaith coopera-
tion."
The principal address will be de-
livered by Dr. Shane McCarthy,;
executive director of the Presi-:
dents Council on Youth Fitness
and a member of the faculty at
Georgetown and Catholic Univer-
sities.
Lehrman 'Archbishop' for a Day;
Priestly Benediction in Yarmulke
beer, called-many things
Mime. bit never Arch-
IDr. Irving Lehrman,
| ""triple Emanu-
jori Wr4res1lay*
.1 Church.
hd Pino Trfe dr.. marked
(niversarj last week. Dr.
ond of Canon
|l Taylor, Minister of All
.uepls ut honor.
the program, the Ratt-
led greeting* to the cole-
[hen, the Rt. Rev. Titus,
the Episcopal Diocese,
r the benediction.
for a moment, he sud-
Pared: "I can not deliver
Illy benediction in the
ll Rabbi Lehrman. As
the origiMri is in He-
ho would be able to
it more appropriately
- of the Chosen
bon. Dear. Titus appoint-
prmar. Archbishop Lehr-
L invited him to join the
h"T. called many things
me, wt never an Arch-
the Temple Emanu-El
padei exclaimed. "This
1 >armulke.
he black skullcap on
"d. he placed one hand
boulder of Canon Taylor.
Dean Titus placed a second hand ;
on the other shoulder.
"Yivorechechoh Adonai viyish-~
mirechah." Dr. LehiTOan-nwin.'
May the Lord bless you and keep
you," Dean Titus translated. ,
"Yoair Adonai ponov aylechuh
vechunekah." he continued .
"You know." Dr. Lehrman re-
fPeated..;Wednesday, reminiscing
have been called many things in'
my time, but never, an Arch-
bishop."
Perry Throws
Hat in Ring
Miami attorney Morton Lee Perry-
has announced his candidacy for
the Dade County Small Claims
Couyt, judgeship. w<^
Perry, a University of Miami law
graduate who has practiced law in
Dade county during the past ten
years, pledeed to "restore confi-
dence" to this judicial position.
Perry said that "a majority of
the large number of persons who
como in contact with this court
have never before set foot in a
courtroom. Their experience be-
fore the judge will indelibly re-
main with thorn as being repre-
sentative of the workings of our
civil courts system of justice."
He said that the position, when
properly administered, "affords
the opportunity for one to make a
significant contribution to com-
munity service."
Perry is a charter member of
Miracle Masonic Lodge, a past
president of Isaac Levin Lodge of
B'nai B'rith, and member of Sho-
lem Lodge, a former officer and
director of the Beth David Men's
Club, and has been affiliated with
local civic and welfare groups, in-
cluding the Junior Chamber of
Commerce, Young Democrats.
American Legion and Mental
Health Society.
Ho Is a member of the Ameri-
can Bar, and the Florida and
Dade County Bar Assns. Perry
served overseas with the 20th
Air Force and was based on Sai-
pan during World War II.
He is 35 and married to the for-
mer Priscilla Rosenfeld. who hold
the position of associate director
of the Florida regional office of
the Anti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith prior to the birth of
their daughter.

"Corsage for You" is a new restore of The Jewish Floridian.
A corsage is fr-Jtrfeer the f/skingi and wNt-totj'pt%s-<*h>etMo each
mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah if requested a month in advance.
Or. Wolf son in Talk
The fifth lecture in a series on
I "The Art of Happy Living" will be
i given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson at
i the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th
1st. and Ocean ct., Wednesday, 8
1 p.m. Topic is "Learn to Live With
! Your Nerves. The lecture will be
'repeated by Dr. Wolfson at the
' Blackstone Hotel for Rtired Peo-
ple on Friday evening at 6:30 p.m.
Jack Bell to be Speaker
Weekly luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will be held Tuesday noon aj, the
DiLido hotel. Gershon S.-Miller is
! chairman. Miami Herald columnist
I Jack Bell will be guest speaker. |
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will present
. a current events reports from I.
rael.
Then go no further! Our isptrt catering, staff will
orrange y0uf pony rjgfct ;ow. to the lust silver eshlroy.
fnjogemestj, wodtfioft, far Mitiroht, rthssys-
dewm ow very special hondlme,
Qjf? w*ldman'8 Dietary laws
jr?C>srryBTfc#=l Heserveaions
\f MOTEL J| 1-0761
ON THE OCEAN 20th to 21st STREETS.
Donald Serkin
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Don-
ald Serkin on Saturday morning.
Fob 13. at Beth David Congrega
tion. Cantor William Lipson will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy.
Donald is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Serkin. He attends the
eighth grade at Shenandoah Junior
High and Beth David religious
school.
Out-of-town guests will include
his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Silberman. an uncle. Sam
Silberman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gel-
berman. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Rosenblum, and Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Rosenblum, all of Nashville.
Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs Louis Kirsch-
baum. Minneapolis, Minn ; Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Fisher. Baton Rouge,
La.; Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Bloom,
Jacksonville, Fla.: and Mr. and
Hit Louis Gross and Mr. and
Miv Ed Barr. Philadelphia, Pa.
see
Bruce Koran
Saturday afternoon services. Feb.
13. at the Israelite Center will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Bruce
Koran.
Bruce is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Koran, 2180 SW 20th It.
Folkrariog the 5:30 p.m. religious
J ceremony, a reception in his honor
'will be held in the Centers Social
Hall.
Bruce is a student in the Israel-
ite Center religious school, and at-
tends Shenandoah Junior High.
Miss Claire Neiman. of Philadel-
phia, the Bar Mitzvah's aunt, will
be among out-of-town guests.
*
Malcolm Kantzlor
Bar Mitzvah of Malcolm Kantz-
!er will take place during Satur-
day morning services, Feb. 13, of
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate.
Malcolm is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. H. Kantzler, 970 W. 48th
M. He is a student in the Beth
Sholom confirmation class of 5722.

Michael Hyman
Temple Zion will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Hyman
on Saturday morning, Feb. 13.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will off.ci-
ate.
Michael is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fredrick Hyman, newcomers
from Brooklyn. NY.
He attends eighth grade at Riv-
iera Junior High and Temple Zion
religious school
David Michelson
David N Michaelaen, son of Dr.
and Mn. Donald D. Michael
435 Aledo ave... Coral Gable-, will
become Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning services. Feb. 13. of
Temple Israel. Rabbi Joseph R.
N'arot will officiate.
Israel-Made Products Listed
Erwin R. Stern Associates, of
5750 NW 32nd ct.. have announced
a number of Israel-made food pro-
ducts in the State of Florida.
Included are Aviv Matzos. for
the forthcoming Passover holi-
daj Elite chocolates, bars, boxed
and hard candies; Telma. kosher
concentrated soups of all kinds;
and Menora Candles, for Holy
I).iy- and daily purposes.
All products will bo Kosher for
Passover, Stern emphasized, and
aro being manufactured under
the supervision of the chief rab-
binate of Israel. Another new
product from Israel are the
"Holy Land Gladiolus Bulbs,"
now being sold by Stevens Mar
kets here.
Food Crafters, Inc.. has accepted
the local distribution of all food
stuffs from Israel to supermarkets
and independent grocers in Great-
er Miami, according to Irving Fien,
owner and operator.
In announcing the new products,
Stern declared that "they will
prove to be an excellent and sound
economic foundation between the
United States and Israel. The flow
of products into Florida will also
amount to a significant figure be-
cause of their excellence and com-
petitive price "

JAVMQRE
Private Pool
Beach and
Cabana Colony
HOTEL
At 24th ST., MIAMI HACN
JE 1-0311
Alr-Condltiened Roeme
Private Beach and Poc
e Parking en Pnmmi
Coaktail Lounga
o Dining Room
e entertainment
8
Dally
Par Pare. ,
"Dhlt. Occ.
TO
MAI. 20
Erwin R. Stern (left) being
congratulated by Israel Am-
bassador Avraham Harman
for taking on exclusive sales
of Israel-made products in
the State of Florida.
Mental Health Film Dae
"What Make Your Heart Act
Up?" is the topic of a new series j
of programs on psychosomatic I
medicine sponsored by the Mental L
Health Society of Greater Miami;
on Tuesday evening at the Miami
Public Library Auditorium. Dr.
Irwin S. Jacobs, psychiatrist, and
Dr. Leonard Brodsky. both on the
faculty of the University of Miami
school of medicine, will speak.
Social Singles Tell Policy
B'nai B'rith Social Singles was
to hold its regular membership
meeting at the Roney Plaza hotel
Thursday evening. Feb. 11. Harry
Wolff, recently-installed president,
was to discuss a new membership
policy. Next affair sponsored by
the group is Saturday evening in
the Imperial room of the Roney
Plaza.
SENSATIONAL
COSHER MEAIS INC.
Day Par Person
Double Occupancy
March 13Apr. 1
IS of I IS Rooms
Dther rt avail.
Dietary laws A Sabbath Observed
Full lima Mashgiech. Religious serv-
ices daily on promises. Special salt
free and diabetic dial. Steaks, (hops
and Roasts daily. Free TV in every
room. Parking. Beach Chairs and 15
ether features.
ON THE OCEAN PRIVATE BEACH
ANO POOt CABANA CHJB
1741 Collins Ave. Jl 8-5711
Miami Beach
Cantor Konigtberg
Will Conduct
the Passover
Services and
Seders accomp.
ay Popular
symphonic Choir
RESERVE NOW
RATES ON
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s.1111 M.CT S OHtn LVtKYOAY o (ft,
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Friday, February
Spanning Florida with a handshake to seal their new associa-
tion are advertising executives (left) Harry Radcliffe, president
oi Radcliffe Advertising, Inc., Jacksonville, and Karl Bishop-
ric, president of Bishopric/Green/Fielden, Inc., Miami. Rad-
cliffe Advertising just became the North Florida division of
the Miami agency. Looking on are (left to right) Jack I. Green,
B/G/F vice president; Woody Kepner, president of Woody
Kepner Associates, Inc., public relations agency affiliated with
B/G/F; W. Arthur Fielden and Charles H. Whitebrook, B/G/F
vice presidents.
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF_____
CORPORATE O *^JION
,fi THE NAME AND UV THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO \l I. T" W II"''1
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Truman to Receive Honorary Degree
At Convocation of Theological Seminary
Former President Harry S. Tru-
man will be honored in Miami on
Feb. 22, George Washington's
Birthday, when he will receive the
honorary degree of LLD confer-
red upon him by the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America.
Dr. Louis Finkelstein. New York.
Chancellor of the Seminary, said I
that the degree will be given at a
convocation in Temple Emanu-EI.
rated by Dr. Gerson D. Cohan,
lecturer in Jewish literature and
institution in the Rabbinical De-
partment of the Seminary, and
Gustav Gottheil lecturer in Se-
mitic languages at Columbia
University.
At the same time, Dr. Finkel-
stein said, the Samuel Friedland
Lecture Series will be inaugu-
Rapaport Joins
Accounting Firm
Leonard J. Rapaport has joined
the CPA accounting firm of Leavy
and Eber. 1750 SW 3rd ave.. Miami.
Rapaport graduated from New
York University with a BS degree tmL^
in 1948. and earned a Masters de-
gree in business administration at'
City College of New York in 1952.
where he MM elected to the honor-
ary accounting society.
He has had 11 years
ence in accounting and
including service with
Audit Agency. He received the
CPA designation in New York
State in April. 1956.
Rapaport joined Leavy and
Eber two years later as super-
vising senior accountant and of-
fice manager. He was granted a
Florida CPA in September, 1959.
He is a member of Roosevelt
Lodge. Knights of Pythias, Mea
York Stale Society of CPA'S, Flor-
ida Institute of CPA's. Dade Comi-
ty chapter of CPA s. and la I mem
ber of Cora! Way Jewish Center.
Rapaport is married, lives wilh
his wife. Barbara, at 7915 SW 17th
tor. and the couple have a two-
year-old daughter. Karen.
In 1957, Truman received the
1 Universal Brotherhood Award of
the Seminary for his early recog-
, nition of the State of Israel, and
for his work in behalf of world
peace.
The Seminary, in addition to
training students as rabbis and
teachers, is nationally known for
i its award-winning radio and TV
series. "The Eternal Light." its
Library of Hebraica and Judaica.
the Institute for Religious and So-
cial Studies, a graduate school for
clergymen of all faiths, and the
Herbert H. Lehman Institute of
oi expert-
tax work,
the Army
Reelected for Three Years
Milton M. Gaynor, senior vice
president, and George W. Hirsch.
executive vice president of Wash
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Assn.. have been reelected as di-
rectors to serve for a period
three years.
State.
2 I! .'.'.
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 48500-C
IN RE Batata of
ANNA LEVINS
I V. t-:i we*l.
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.To mi Credltore and All Peraom Hav-
ing claims ..i Demand! Aaainal Bald
Batata:
y ed t.. preaenl any clalifti and demand!
A'hlch you may have nKainxi the ea-
ate of a.n'Na levine deceased late
r Dade County, Florida, t.> the Coun-
ts Judgea of Dade County, and file
Ihe Njinie ill their offices In llle i'.un-
lj Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within einhi calendar months
rom the ilate of the first puMieatfon
hereof, ..i the Mime will be barred.
~ PHILIP levine
Ai!iinnlstrnti>r
PAUL KWItney. Attorney
Attorney
of ihe firm of ftei kell ft Kwiimy
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami ii.-a. ii. Flu.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 43777-A
IN i:i: Batata of
CHARLES MBTROWITI
ttrceaaed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
ANO FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby elves thai I have
fiie.i nu Kin.i Report and Petition for
Distribution anil Mnal Dlm-hnrice hk
Kxe.mrlx of the estate ,.f Charlea
Meyrowlta, deceased: ami that on the
nth da) ..f March, IM* will apph t..
ih. Honorable County Judaea -.i Dade
fount) Florida, foi approval ,.f miI.i
Final Report and for distribution an-i
final dlaehnrge aa Executrix of the es-
tate ..f ih. above-named decedent
Thl* Mh ilm of l-'.-l.rnai \
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LEGAL NOTICE
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ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANXERY,
No. eOC 1214
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faircloth at Breakfast
Earl Faircloth. chairman of the
Florida committee for Fair Repre-
sentation, and candidate for State
Senate, will be guest of honor at a
breakfast Saturday 9 am at the
Pinerama restaurant, 160th st. and
W. Dixie hwv.
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the undernlitne.1. ,|. mi in.;
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR r,U.'J '
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No. 60C 92 "Y
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,, .. he ii. Illloua n I
Ki ir.i-.u'i- s iMi'i'iri's .ii _:; Lincoln
Itoiid. Miami I leach Intend! In i.
^.i< name with the Clerk iht
i-iiit Court of I'a.ie Count) Kl.-'
M A .1 ASSl h'IA TKS, INC.
i.i I-'la .hi |. I Sole Owner
i:i.l RREOER
Attorne) for Appllt ant
ISA I.in. .-In Road
I II-IS-
, n it,.- plaintiff! Attorn.., 'Sfe
A. KltlKKMAN. III I Am.-l.-s '
Mii.inl It, Fiji and til. ih,
Anawer ..i l'leiidlnx in u,
the Clerk of th.- Circuit r
I..fore ihe 7th da ,. isfn
i ..'i t.ul i.> do ao, iudB-meni I .
will lie taken aaafnal i,.u |, ihf ,, I
lief demanded In the Ii i,| r,1B"J
plaint.
'I'll.-, notice "hall Im- |,u
each week for four conaeeutlw
In THK JBWI8H KU>RIHI w
DONE AND DRDBRRD nl Mian
Kloriila. thla 1st ila\ .,( I Irum
A 11
K It. LBATHERMAN, cterlt
Clr.-ult Coin t, Ihtile '
(wall By: I. BNKKDF.N
I)epiil> Cl-rk I
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1111 Alnidey Hide
Miami U, Kb. FR 1-.%!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 946
IN Ki: ADDITION tF
MALE MINORS,
CHIUHTOPHBR DONALD'WOOD
and DAVIIi 1 TT V\ OOD.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tt ': I INAI.I) HPBNCBR Wl a >li
Reaidencc and wlieiaabuiila
unknoa n
Y,,ii. iMis'Al.li SPENCER WOOD,
an- hereto) notified thai Petition (or
A.|..|.ii,,n ..I ih.- male mlnora, CHRIS'-
TOi'HKR DONALD Wimn and DA-
VID BCOTT WtaiD. baa been filed in
the Circuit Coorl ,.i Dnde County,
i-'i..ri.ia. and aaM oauaa i>- aet dtrirn
for heainiK. : .1 in OB the Ith da)
of March, IN0, before the Honorabli
I FRITZ ClORDON. one of the Judaea
..f the above ntjrlea Court, In cham-
lierw at the Courthouae, -Miami. I ..ol.
County, Florid... and >-ou are hereby
commanded to be and appear la ...i
Conn to h,iiv .aiis.- h> Mild I'etl-
lion Mliould not In- nranted. If yon
fail i., do no. ..-nl Petition win tip
ranted
riii- notice -hail bo pubUahed once
each week for four conaecutive areeka
In THK .II1WISII KLORIDIAN
DONE AND OKHKRKD at Miami,
11.....la, thla Sid dut of Krbiuarv,
A.D., It-tin
K Ii LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Cin uit Court, Dade I'ountv. Floi i.la
(.-eal) By: WU W BTtKTCINO,
l'eputv- ,'I. rk
SOL AI.KXA.MlKl:
i f..r Petitioner
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida
'--!-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. eOC 10S4
MIHI \M RoRKRTfl JOEI,
Plaintiff,
WILLIAM v i.ii:i,.
i lefendant.
TO w ILLIAM \ Ji I
lant
Yonliere, New York
11 opj ,,f
ei iu ih, B II ( c implalnt
for Divpn on ihe | attor-
rile th. nal anawei
'" 'he ,f |h, -,,..
cult Court on oi before the 7th day
of Mar. i. ah : .. M
''in "i ompl tint ror Dlvon ,- h
herein, will be t ,
by v.ii
' Miami. Florida, this
Ird da) ol Febr I
, E B LBATHERMAN Cleric,
, '""i- Dade Countv. Florida
Bj K M I.VMW
MILTON v ,-,;,,.ma'n..... """
nt irr
nale) Bide
n.i PR
------------------------------------.
, ..li-
the
IN
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF thc
^Ft^.r.? JUOXIAL ClRtfuiT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
COUNTY. IN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. (DC 1061
MINNIE LEE PENHRTON,
Plaintiff.
KII--CS' PK.NF.HTiiN,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tor, Kl'iVS PENBRTt'N. artdrea
unknown, are hereby notified thai
Complaint for Divorce Iimh been fil
ecainat you, and you are reuulred
aerve a odnty of your Anawer to th
.',implalnt on the plalntlff'r .itt,irn<
MAX P ENQrYL, J05 Bteravn. Hull
Inn, Miami. Florida, and to tile th
orlKlnul In the offlc-e of the < Merle
the Circuit .'.nut on or before the
day of March. 10; In default
which ihe Complaint will be take1
aa confeaaad axalnat y..u
DATED thin 3rd.day of Feliroarj
l!'*o. at Miami, Kl.irbl i
i: B. LEATHEBMAN. Clerk,
.Circuit Court. Dade Countv. KWM
laeal) By: WM W. BTOCKI!a|
Deputy fieri,
i-ii-iH
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT JF
ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL Ci"CUiTI
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OA0EI
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. eaC 10CB
CAROLE SPONDBR
Plaintiff.
MPI.W.V W SI', iVnBR,
I lefendant.
aUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tt I Mr Ali-li ) ii W Sponflrr
tt Weft Tilth Street
New York City. New York
You are herein notified that a
of omplaint fc,r Divorce ha- L,
filed aaaliiKt you. and you are reqa
',..... aerve a copi ,.f yonr A |
Pl.adinK to the Hill of Complaint I
the plalntlfrg Attorney. LAWItKNJ
I. HOLLANDER. Bull*
Northaaat 7Sth street, Miami : Hi
I'll and file the or Initial Anawff
Una in the office of ihe ch
of the circuit Court on or lieforr '
'th day ol M.i, t, it.fiu. ir \,,n fail I
. judamellt hv defaull nitl
"ii tor Hie relief
in in.I.-,| in it,,. :t i of Complaint.
i in- nuti. e -hall be publ
k f..i I hum v
n HIE JEWISH l-'la >HI|.IA\
DONE LN'H t>RDI-:l it.'i l.la. ihln |*t day of I
\ l.
, i: H LEATHBRM v\. Clerk,
: t'.oi. Count
("eall B) I. BNEEDKN'.
I l.rtl
I. VWHENCE I ll..l.l.AM.i:t:
for PI .mtlff
itwo n i: nth st
Miami -. Klorlda
I MM
IN
IN
- I
DADE
CHANCERY
, No. IOC 1037
AN. III-. BAHTRIDUE
Plaintiff,
\ i
Wt'lNCE KASTKlli. ;i:
I M tendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
"< Quince Raatridge
o John Collini
h ii; ij Virginia
"''" li'-lifted that
; "'"plan,, for Diveree
i you and
' '; "cfve .....,,v ,,r
P1edInt to ih. Rill ol
OF
a Mill
ha* been
requlr-
ur Anawer or
______________i IS-lf-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the un.lrreiKiied. deairlnc t.. eriK.,, ,
Meataeaa under ihe fi,iu ,.,i, n,r ,,(
I I I RATE at numb*
Street In the Cni ,.f North Baj
tae. rlortda Intend! t,. r.-u
the realty firm of Goldfarb Aaaoci-|M'|d name with the fieri.
ii Court of Hade County
cert Ml.
Joins Kealty firm
George R. Slearn recently joined
Ida, to obtain
a free dealer
"'"! to aarwwt laa
four? .VX""" "'"' "
i ourt. and aerie
Aliramn. All
'i the
nil lit
llth J
'.Ullll

ates. Inc. Steam was formerly in
the ladies' ready-to-wear business,
both retail and manufacturing. He
is past president of the Fashion'snypfk anp vi v..
Originators Guild. | Attorney, for Applicant
rath

the
' *ir-
lal""!^1 ".^"""M'a,.,"'!:.
.,'. ,,,h ''" January
CIT RATE. INC., h-|orila
B) OLAlV GOLDMAN.
ik
hi.....
met nt m ,
R-illdlne. Miami.
aald date in t|
anwer. the alleaalbm
l*reaidem
i ::-?, t i-1I
appll-
>,':
Florida
abaenre ..f nn
arm be rahen aa cmimmi ''
VCCORWNOLT
Dated Pee, |i
B LBATHERMAN ,-|,rk
* HI W?5rWKWG
Deputy Clerk
I 1!-1

\ .-ii
NtTh'a-eeX'^r'fS!, !2 """""h^ "
a'^aiSP*
AiT'."n'h'" '" d"> '
K
THE COUNTY JUDGES C0U*
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 48577 .
RE its t'Aii: or
DAVID IIIKSil
I'..... aed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I o All Credltore and All P.
Iiik claims ..i Demanda I
V.ii. and each of you are hei
notified and required t-- :.-ent
lamm and demand! hi. h
either of yon, may have axalnat
.Male ..f DAVID HIKSII .lecea!
I.l. ,.f Dude Countv, Florida. I
Honorable i'.,imu .lu.lr
County, and file the name in
office* In the County Cotirthoi
Dade County, Klorlda. within
calendar montha from the date
'rir*t piildlcntlun hereof. Said I
r demand* to contain the leaal
]drea of the .-h.im.ini and to be a*
to and preeented aa aforesaid, i
will be barred. See Section TU-I
th; la Probate Act
Dated .lanuarv 10, AD. IMO ,
HYLVIA HIRSH. A* Eve. utrU "
the latat Will and Tealameat .
iM.vid Hlrah. Deceaeed
K.'VNBR MANNHKI.MER
Attorney* for Executrix
Plrat publication on Januan .
I/l.I/-I
at Miami.
February,
.''.^ATlD.KMvv. CM

Hi
(aeal)
> ounty. Klorlda
EDEN.
I'epilli ,-|,rk

I .-n-ia-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKREl'.Y UIVBN t
the underalaned. dealrlna to ?!<** 5
bulnea* under the flctltl"U """tn
RALPH-K Ll'OnAC.E AND JK**-'.
R at M N R-rome Avenue. H""*.
atead. Florida Intend! to rel!t'r. ",,
name wilh the Clerk of th. i*""
Court of Dade Countv. El-a-td*.
RALPH RAPHAEL >! '""*
J DAVID IJEBMAN
Ati.irney for applicant _.
II 8. Krone Ave.. Homeeteaa.Fl^ }|


Friday, February 12. 1960
ts+*i Page 15-B
Yul Brynner and Kay Kendall keep the laugh* rolling in the
sophisticated comedy. "Once More with Feeling." Gregory
RatoH is also featured in this Technicolor version of the Broad-
way stage hit. opening Tueday at the Carlo, Miami and Mir-
acle Theatres.
Dr. Weinkle. 65.
Beach Physician
Passes Away
Dr. Barney Weinkle, 65, former
Miami Beach city physician and
coroner, died Wednesday, Feb. 3,
at his home, 6305 Collins ave.
Dr. Weinkle came here 30 years
ago from Atlanta. He was a mem-
ber of the Dade County Medical
Assn., and had been on the staffs
of St. Francis, Mt. Sinai, and Jack-
son Memorial Hospitals.
Surviving are his wife, Ann;
i two sons. Dr. W. Stanley and Dr.
Milton, both of Miami Beach: and
[seven brothers, including Moses,
I Carl and Dr. Isaac. Miami Beach;
l.v"! Miami: and Aaron, Coral
Gables,
Service* were Friday, Feb. 5, at
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Nor-
Imandy Isle, with burial in Mt.
INc'Do Cemetery.
JACOB SA2INSKY
ffi r-.n A\r died I-..I. 7
I Ic .une here from Newark. N.J,
*' >ears ao. Surviving are his
Mrs |{,,m> ItuzliiHk two bro
I ..rui ,.n. slater s.i\i.,-B were
' h it Riverside Memorial Chaiiel.
v\ aahlnglun a w.
MAdSV GHAND
" i 170 Arlaona ave.. Ft. I.atidrr-
"" ''< r"el>. 7. MurvlvlriK are all
lfi Mi Grand: two .laimli-
-. "lie son. thre, brothers ami three
S.ivlr.a were |>rb. at
Ml >,. H.,1 Chapel. Nortnandv
l.Me
MICHAIL PERL
<' 'f -\\ KJth ;,.. ,1;. .1 K.I, |
- <"iai he ram* here alne years
' fork i "ttj. SurNlv in*
' hi? wife, Elisabeth; ton, Jeffrey;
Ann s.
." I-I' at Rlverakli Memorial
' *-- \V. I i ,tli burial In
.Ml inal i
MRS. ANNE B. DAVIDSON
; ill1, i
' Btl i MBf lie!,
' She i-
ml Joel i'
., a Kellman fOii
M
M I llllan P.....
- .,i Gordon l-'u-
i
HERMAN GORDONSTCIN
XE Hnd i iii.il i i I
fl oil'
Mis It. >
h other*. Sen
1,1. with ar-
MAX LEVENSON
table*.
: .-,1 I.-.
one. Alvli
, .' M Kv. Ij n Brook-i
Id en
Lakeside
MEMORIAL
PARK
"The South's most beautiful
Jewish cemetery"
Jo M.nut irom lht j^h Via
'he New 36rh St. Cu*wy
JE L5369
M. lAlfffr WHfthUf
were Feb. T at Riverside lit
1. W Unifier at.
MRS. JENNIE WEINKR
. of 111 3rd St., die.I K.-li She
-nie here_ ten \ ears aso from W.....I-
rlilK, NY. and waa a BSefDbei ..t
lieth Jaeol, M>terho,rfl Surviving are
three eona, Wirllam. Sidney and Jaek.
five daughter-. Iru hiding Mi> Minnie
linger and Mr*. Roae Selago. and a
alater. Met vires Were K.l, 7 at Riv-
erside Memorial Chapel. Washington
ave.
Manners Runs
For Legislature
Joseph P. Manners, former
crime-fighter with the U.S. De-
partment of Justice; Sunday an-
nounced his entrance in the 1960
Florida State Legislature election
race in Group 2.
The 36-year-old attorney said he
was stepping into politics 'to pro-
vide the aggressive leadership for
Dade county that was noticeably
lacking during the last session."
The former assistant attorney
tensral for both the Federal oov-
ernment and the State of Flor-
id* promised "ono of the most
aggressivt campaigns ever sta-
ged in the history of Florida pol
Hies."
The candidate's supporters re-
veal that Manners "was instru-
mental in coordinating underworld
information from the Miami area
which later led to nationwide
gambling raids."
Only recently, the Justice De
partment used the information
again in its efforts to convict the
Apalachio gang in ncw yMk y^
declared.
Manners resigned from the de-
pa rtBMBC's Anti-Racketeer Squad
m Miami last summer when his
special assignment was completed.
He was chosen for the job while i
working in the criminal division
Tallahassee. Previously, while in
of the U.S. Attorney's office in
the State Attorney General's of-
fice, Manners frequently lectured
on law to the Florida Highway Pa-
trol.
Born in Atlantic City, N.J.,
Manners raceived his AB degree
from LaSalle College, Philadel-
phia, in premedicine in 1949,
and was graduated with honors
from the University of Miami
law school in 1954.
He is a World War II veteran,
governor of the Loyal Order of
Moose, Miami Lodge 1597, and a
member of the Florida Bar.
L Manners is married to the for-
mer Sylvia Patricia Johnson, and
the couple have two boys, Joseph,
jr., 4. and Jefferey, \Vt. The fam-
ily lives at 8611 SW 29th st.
Koppel Hands
Over El Al Reigns
Maj. Y. L. Koppel, who for a
decade piloted El Al. Israel's na-
tieaal flag carrier, from an eb-
eatre commercial positioa in the
American market to flaw of the
liveliest trans Atlantic- airlines,
this week handed over the controls
of the company's American oper
ations to Dror Galeser, a long-time
associate and frieed.
After ten years in the airline's
top United States job, Koppel pre-
pared himself for another pioneer-
ing assignment vital to the eco-
nomic future of Israel.
At the recommendation of the
Israeli government, the manage-
ment has granted Koppel a two-
year leave of absence from the
company to represent a group of
Ruskin Named
Conner Aide Here
Doyle Conner, candidate for the
office ni Commissioner of Agricul-
ture" of the Slate of Florida, an-
nounces the appointment of Lloyd
L. Ruskin as coordinator for Dade
county and Miami Beach campaign
manager.
Ruskin. a native Miamian. has
been a resident of Miami Beach
since 1941. His family has been
prominent in the Greater Miami
area since 1924.
Ruskin is a practicing attorney
with law ofices at 407 Lincoln rd.
He is a member of the Florida
Bar. the American Bar. and Miami
Beach Bar Assns. He is also a
member of the Decalogue Society
of Illinois.
He is active in civic affairs both
on Miami Beach and throughout
the county. Ruskin is a member
of the Welfare Planning Council of
Dade County and the Community
Planning Committee. He is presi-
dent of Jewish Vocational Service
and a member of the board of gov-
ernors of the Gceater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. He is also a mem-
ber ef Ike Federatioa's executive
soaee affJhals is Hibiscus Lodge.
Ruafeta is ai'ima. and he and
bis wife, Ileene. reside at 9181 W.
Bay Harbor dr.
major Israeli hose I and industrial
interests in the United States.
Koppel opened up El Al's com-
mercial operations in the United
States in the winter of 1949, after
coming here in early 1948 in charge
of the first goodwill mission of the
youRg Israeli Army.
Koppel. who is married and the
father of two sons. Dan and Gil,
now plans to divide his time be-
HARRV JACOBSON
72. of IBM SW 6lst ave.. aW Fob. :.
He came here fl\e year* aso from
Hi-oolilyn Surviving are hie if. .
Irene, daughter. Mr< Adele Qarflald;
'wo grandchildren Service) wen it
lliooklyn. with local ai runKein.nl I,.
Itiveralde Memorial tha>,cl. W FUg-
ler at.
SAMUEL L. HABERMAN
ill. of |$| ffW 19th at.. ed Keh. I
He came here nine years hkh front
Lowell, Mass Surviving are ins wife.
ICatherlne; aoR, Irvtaff; daughter, Mrs
Sybil two slati i -. Mm.
Moll) tluckionan anil Mis \n\, Sli:
nd ;, brotnt r Bei vices wei
i b i at iorilen I- uneraj Hoi
HARRY LEVIN
i7, t. tired i. alt) d< ah r, dli il I
ii. |lv< at I >S1 BW till st.. in n-
0 Mi.ii
member of Beth Kl S> n ir
Mi 'i rial l "hai el. VI
.ii.,I in ':
ten.
MRS. ANNA SCHWARTZ
n. of i4a
came i ,r ago from \. v.
fork and was a ;
rtgphael Slati b< od Survlvln
MB, Jlllltl
,.l ii\ man
Mrs. Klttv K rtli Mn Rut Khali nn
ill
lldren, and tin i
trendi hlldi ii
ion Funeral Home
MRS. ROSE ARPLEBAUM
1. of ill 0 BVI I'M hi itlt I
.: k Bun l> in>: an I
neludlng Mrs FioleIite|n,
Mra. Beatrice Tulvera. Mia IMn .
^ and Mr- Hadyi ipfel and
i t.rother, l^nils Kyrop Services aren
', |, | at Ooi don I'nti, i .il Home.
MOE COHEN
'.I, ,,f *:: Hal -t Mad rV* I ''.
i-nltiF here 11 xeara ago from N,
fork, and wan the owner of a whole
b OUR SPECIALTY ir
CONDOLENCE BASKETS
fKlSMY PACKID
ans OaiVEUO eVITMIN
- JHl MM -
FRUIT CIRCUS
1698 S.W. Flofjltr Ttr.
PHONE
s.il,- pri Surviving are
Ms wife, Vera; two eons, Arnold ami
Seymour, three brothers and two via
tera. Services ere Feb. 4 at Cor-
don l-iin.i.ii Home, with Innlal in
Star of Pavld Cemetery.
JEROME JACOBS
S3, an Aecuiive of itlaa Sen
> Co., died Feb. r. He Uved
at the Mieiry Fr>nt. nac hotel SlU
vising are Ins wife. Lena; four daugh-
lei a, .' 11,1 in i in
from N,\v Voik t. n \ ears ago. Kiwi -
si,i. Memoi mi i ii.ii., i ,i- i I... si
al arranceBienta fot services In Sea
Voik
MAXWELL I WESER
;",. of .!;>>, bw ..'ii'i rob
- Ii aim
fl -.Mi Jackaon, M I. S.;r\ vim
M\ i on .in.'
nd two Mi..
Hazel I
Hi grand
ndi Inlil
. n
hi, M<
a/lth loi' lal
MRS. SARAH M, NEWMAN
<, vf !'! :
4he came I i fl "ll:

M \!
ohen M \tinii T.n, i \ in and
\! Eitm; i nd i bi
H i'1.i net with
, 111..I III ,\
EDWARD REICH
:.;. of loM N\v :tii s, ,i..... r
fron
arlfi

'mrlal at Mt. Ni i let)
HERMAN BERMAN
77, of died 1
He rente bi n Ses
. it< "i.
He wa '.....f he
Vorth Shore Jewish Center, Surviv-
ing; are hi wife, rannle; -on. H
'aught'' Ml N *": hr.ither
Sam: and slater. .Mrs Tetta
( in N. Voik. llli I Si
: -i'. Memorial
__________^
RUBEN COHEN
i. of I" Blacavnt blvd died Pi b I
He came here 1* years ago from Sew
nd was <
restaurant firm here Hi
i,l Morris, and a >|^ter Sn
.' :,t Riverside Me-
igton ave., i'li
Inn i.il in New York.
Charles Rosenthal, 83-year-old founder of Riverside Memorial
Chapels, stands beside the sign announcing start oi construc-
tion of Riverside's newest branch at SW 37th ave. and 17th
St.. Miami. Rosenthal, still active in the business, is vacation-
ing with Mrs. Rosenthal at the Eden Roc hotel. This is the 30th
winter for the couple here. The new chapel will be fourth in
Greater Miami for the Riverside chain, which entered the field
in South Florida a quarter of a century ago after its establish-
ment in New York and* Philadelphia at the turn of the century.
To Mark 7u B'Shevat
The Hebrew Educators Alliance
of Greater Miami will celebrate
Tu B'Shevat, Jewish Arbor Day,
at a party Saturday night at the
Ritz Plaza hotel.
INSURED SAVINGS^
EARN
PER ANNUM
(CURRENT RATS)
Flogler at first s
"One of /he Nation's
Oidn'' and Larges'*'
Sade Federal
gs ond Loan AssGCiaiion of Miami
> M
JOStPH M UPTON. P-eMden'
5 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County
SSOURCES EXCEED 145 MILLION DOLLAR


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Friday, February 12, J
RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER, D.RECTOR
I
QUANTITY
RIGHTS
RESERVED
FOOO FAIR KOSMB* MARKETS ARC
* .nren TO 04VI THE MH OUALITY
AT ^HE tOW? Sit 0 VOU. MMIV AC*j
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meat ancTRfH*1
WESEll
U.S. CHOICE
and U.S. PRIME
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Pricts Effect m
All Week
Delight your family with the finest.... PRIME RIBS OF BEEF!
Standing Rib Roast
TRIMMED FOR OVEN-READY SATISFACTION
CENTER
CUT
79c
FIRST
LB. CUT
LEAN TRIMMED FLANKEN .... lb 59c

BONELESS TRIMMED POT ROAST.. ..lb. 69c

BABY ... BY THE RACK LAMB CHOPS lb. 79c

FRESH KOSHER MADE GROUND BEEF 2lbs.98c
CHUCK STEAK
LB,
GUARANTEED
SATISFACTION!
59*
FIRST CUT
TRIMMED BONELESS
Shoulder or Filet
STEAKS
FOR
BROILING
OR
FRYING
LB.
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NOW FOU. F.NE KOSH,, ^i^T^li^ y0 E.EH .ETTH
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER | 19th ST. AT ALTON ROAD I 9f, ~
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NO. MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH
CORAL WAY
AT S.W. 87th AVE.
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RECORD 90% BOOST BY CJA BUILDERS!
Iders scored a smashing victory for CJA's world-wide Jewish causes at their dinner
last week, opening the 1960 campaign in the Trades Division. Shown are some of the
CJA leadership, many of whom doubled their gifts to start the ball rolling. Left to right
are Cal Kovens, co-chairman of the Construction Committee Jay I. Kislak, a CJA campaign
co-chairman; Ernfst ,Jani, co-chairman of the .Construction Committee, Harold Chaskin,
host; Irving "ting" Kossoff, a CJA campaign co-chairman in charge of Trades and Profes-
sions; and Joseph M. Lipton, a campaign co-chairman heading up the Initial Gifts group.
Final results showed that the Builders had upped by 90 percent the amounts pledged by
the same men in 1959.
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Harold Goldfarb (left) provided dramatic highlight *>f Builders'
Dinner by announcing his $2,000 pledge, representing an 800
percent increase over 1959. He disclosed that the UJA, which is
supported by Miami's campaign, helped to bring him into the U.Sj
ten years ago. With him are Aaron Kravirz, a campaign'co-chair-
man in charge of New Gifts Development; Sam J. Heiman, presi-
dent of Federation, who doubled his gift for I960; and Paul
Rimmeir.

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IN THIS ISSUE:
"WE'RE ONLY
DOING HALF
A JOB"
page 3
HOTELS, DENTISTS,
ACCOUNTANTS, AND
PHYSICIANS' DIVISIONS
ACCEPT CHALLENGE
page 4
Among the many builders and financiers attending the successful Builders' Dinner
were (left to right) Ben Giller, Morf Fellman, Harry Flayderman, Julius Lidsky,
whose 1960 gift was a 500 percent increase, and Milton Spool. The generous
response was triggered by a good number who boosted their gifts to kick off
Ihe fund-raising.
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Happy to make increased pledges to CJA were these members of the construction
industry. Left fo right are Gene Fisher, Neil Schiff, David Blumberg, and Leonard
Miller. They attended the Builders' Dinner which was hosted by Harold Chaskin
his home on Palm Island.
(FOR MORE BUILDERS' PICTURES, TURN TO PAGE 4.)
WOMEN'S
SPONSORS
TEA
MAINTAINS .
PLUS-GIVING
PACE
page 6
SOUTH SHORE
AND
APARTMENTS
DIVISIONS
ON THE
GO!
Leonard Rosen (right) boosted his pledge 400 per-
cent, and Bernard Selevan (left) doubled his gift
in recognition of this year's bigger needs, to main-
tain the pace of increases set by responsive build-
ers and financiers at their big dinner meeting.
page 5


PAGE TWO
CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS
FEBRUARY
12, I960
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank Host
Dinner Meeting to Discuss General
Needs of Combined Jewish Appeal
Discussing the total needs of CJA's 57 service agencies
were these communal leaders. Seated are A. J: Harris, a
former chairman of Federation's Budget Committee and
active in the Finance Division of CJA; Dr. Morris Goodman,
former CJA campaign chairman, and last year's Initial
Gifts chairman. Standing is Sam J. Haiman, president of
Federation.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank were hosts last
week to a number of key and veteran cam-
paign leaders who met to analyze and discuss
the total needs of this year's Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Following the spirited discussion, many of
those present announced their 1960 pledges. In
nearly every case, the amounts to which they
committed themselves were increases over the
substantial gifts which they had made in pre-
vious years.
Pointed out was the implacable fact that
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which
raises funds for welfare needs in this area, had
gone into a deficit last year of nearly $90,000,
and that the costs of operating these health,
welfare, youth, and social service institutions
had zoomed upward in the past 12 months.
The discussion reemphasized that Miami
had failed in 1959 to provide a crreat number
of new specialized services required by Jewish
families in this area. These expanded pr
grams would have helped to bring to Miami
the levels of cities of sirnilar size throughout
the United States.
Added to the upward spiral in local and
national welfare causes is the staggering back
log of human needs overseas and in Israel
Charles Frost general chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal in New York City, brought the
group a current report on the requirements ol
UJA and its constituent agencies. "Thousands
of immigrants in Israel are still badly housed,
have no jobs, and are unable to take their
place as productive members of society in their
new homeland," he stated. "Demoralized fam-
ilies exist on monthly government subsidies
through a kind of 'WPA' work plan. Only a
tremendous outpouring of funds from the United
States can save these remnants of European
Jewry who seek merely to raise their families
in dignity."
At the Blank dinner meeting, Sam Rost (right) makes the point to A. Jj m
Joseph Us*n, and Samuel N. FriedUnd that Miami's extraord.nary grov^!nd
rrov^K USttS^ "'"^ ,he addi,inal SOcial "rv.ces wh.ch most be
provided through CJA's agencies.
Sam Luby deft) chats with host and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank
g an informal pause at their meeting. Blank is general chair-
man of the 1960 CJA campaign, and was a founder of Federation
in 1938. Mrs. Blank !a*es a leading role in the Pacesetters' Division
cf CJA Wo-^en.
Shits*\ :^gt:^a"r^^^^*^ -
shown with Pace e'ter S!'? P.ho' 'aken *' ,he "* meeW*
era, chairman Harold Thurman. *"" C Uven" *"** "* CJA *"
Max Orovrtx ((eft) pres-dent of Mt. Sinai HosPi-a for -en years, 8nd ^^
Can. creas.ng requirements of people in need, here and overseas Th. T
at the Blank d.nner conference with U-d m^ ( *'" ? are sho""
top capeoties with CJA's community relations agencies. ^^ h
H*'ry Sirkin (lft) IS s,
* the consensus *fZ /"h*n w*"le "<* $" Keyw^l. I
P*P'e in Miami are entKn '*?*" the d,noer mee,in */!
!"'"JO" is only a minimi \S3STl ^fr ""** "*-?" $
in charge of Trades and ProfeuTonT ""^^ ?*"*'""*"


FEBRUARY 12, 1960
CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS
PAGE THREE
WE'RE ONLY DOING HALF THE JOB ...
In the first edition of CJA "Cam-
paign News," there appeared an
article describing a national sur-
vey of cities similar to Miami in
Jewish population.
The data presented in the report
indicated that, compared with a
number of such metropolitan areas,
Miami lagged behind in funds allo-
cated for local welfare needs.
Also included in this edition was
a report on an emergency confer-
ence attended in Miami by board
members, presidents, and execu-
tives of local agencies who pre-
sented their dollar requirements
for programs>-wJMdi-Mieydeemed-
adequate.
According to the findings of the
national study conducted by the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, Miami's fund-rais-
ing effort in 1959 was the lowest of
seven U.S. cities under analysis.
In 1959, Detroit, with a Jewish
population of 75,000 persons, rais-
ed $5,152,231; Cleveland, with a
population of 85,000, raised $4,850,-
000; Baltimore, with a Jewish pop-
nlaUon-of 80)000, raieed $,225,000.
In Toronto, 72,000 Jewish residents
raised $2,602,000, and San Fran-
cisco, with a population of 55,000,
last year raised $1,975,00. PitU-
burgh, with only a 47,500 Jewish
population, raised $1,701,088.
In 1959, Miami's Jewish popula-
tion of approximately 75,000 per-
sons raised $1,780,000 for the 57
causes in the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
HERE'S HOW WE STACK UP WITH OTHER CITIES:
Mt. Sinai Hospital makes every effort to care
for those unable to pay, no matter what their
religion or economic status ... Only HALF A
JOB can be done if CJA cannot supply the
necessary dollars each year.
CLEVELAND
BALTIMORE
DETROIT
S. FRANCISCO
PITTSBURGH ~
NEWARK
MIAMI
Care of
Afed
$162,314
197,344
150.000
118,810
71,770
Family*
Child Service
$545,654
327,222
____ 343,352
307.408
181,155
Htilrh*
Hospitals
$425,000
41.0,(111)
293.794
241,900
210,000
Jewish
Education
$330,852
182.173
357,713
113.509
71,435
Jewish Em-
ployment Serv.
$110,296
100.171
55.327
50,378
28,349
These figures are allocations
from Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds in these cities and do
not include allocations by Com-
munity Chests and United Funds.
The figures express the support
given through their Federation by
members of these Jewish commun-
ities, and they indicate thai Miami
appears to be doing only half a job
in serving its Jewish residents.
Miami agencies will need $1,561,-
920 in 1960, an increase of $500,000
over the allocations last year, to
do the job that should be done.
This reflects normal rises in oper-
ating costs, accumulated deficits,
provision for essential new pro-
grams, and extension of services to
people who urgently need them.
To provide the services to which
every Miamian has a right, local
agencies would need at least these
minimal amounts: Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, $373,-
000; Jewish Home for the Aged,
$103,000; Mt. Sinai Hospital. $359,-
000; Bureau of Jewish Education,
$104,520; Jewish Family and Child-
ren's Service, $215,000; Jewish Vo-
cational Service, $57,400; Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, $355,000.
In addition, $1,500,000 would be
required as Miami's share for vari-
ous national agencies and the Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal.
Miami's agencies have measured
up amazingly well under the grind-
ing handicaps of tight budgets and
deficit operations. But this is not
progress.
All in all, Miami has, up to now.
given only part of the health and
welfare services people require. In
effect, WE'RE ONLY DOING
HALF A j6B.
Trained, qualified teachers are badly
needed in our religious schools to im-
part to our children the Jewish con-
cepts of spiritual and moral value.
More than 8,000 are served now but
it is a JOB ONLY HALF-DONE without
adequate funds.
Only a handful of aged
and chronically ill can
be accepted at the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged to
find purposeful living in
their golden years .
Only HALF THE NEED IS
met for our aged as the
list grows.
ONLY HALF of the necessary group-work and recreation pro-
grams is made available at the Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Centers because not nearly enough funds are allocated to
this important character and community-building agency.
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Marital problems, disturb-
ed children, adoptions,
counseling, homemaker's
servicethe Jewish Fam-
ily and Children's Serv-
ice provides skilled and
professional guidance;
but only HALF THE JOB
is possible with inade-
quate funds.
Suitable homes cannot be
built fast enough in Israel
with the aid of UJA and
its agencies, because suf-
ficient cash has not been
forthcoming. While 60,000
immigrants live in shanty-
towns, hoping for a new
future, only HALF THE
JOB is done here to raise
these funds.


PAGE FOUR
CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS
FEBRUARY 12, 19^
Hotels, Accountants, Physicians
Dentists Divisions Ready for Drive
Dentists' Division makes early plans to involve all members of their pro-
fession in this year's campaign and to call for "greater heights of gen-
erosity to cope with CJA's greater needs." Left to right are Dr. Arthur
Sokoloff, co-chairman for Town Dentists, Dr. Richard Deotch, general
chairman of Dentists; and Dr. Bertram J. Thorpe, Miami Beach co-chairman.
Chairman of CJA Accountants' Division A. B. Wiener (left) will get a strong assist
from Milton Sadoff and Howard Miller this year. "We may be entering our busiest
time of year, but there is a strong sense of community responsibility among our
associates," A. B. said at an organizing session in his office last week.
Dr. Louis Lemberg, co-chairman,
Miami Physicians' Division.
Dr. William Abelove, co-chair-
man, Miami Physicians' Division.
Among the many physicians devoting volunteer hours to CJA are Of*. Stanley T.
Axelrod, Stanley Frehling (Physicians' Division chairman), and Sanford Levine, pic-
tured above. They are shown at work during a campaign planning session on a
chilly Sunday morning last week.
David Levinson (left) and Preston Tisch (right) have
accepted the co-chairmanship of the Hotels Division
in the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal. An all-out
effort will be made this year to secure full participa-
tion of hotel owners in the campaign Constituting
the economic backbone of Miami Beach, the Hotel
Industry is expected to make a major contribution to
Jho 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal drive.
They turned out to the
than in 1959.
successful Builders
Dinner
Left to right are Al Blumberc. Ha .'? m?" presenf gave 90 Percenf
omDerg, H"rY "'/derrnan, Jim Aberman, and Jo* Gittleman.
Among those who helped the Builders' Dinner reach
record increases were (left to right) Arthur Spolter, Harry
Alexander, and Irving Katz, shown with CJA general
chairman Harold Thurman.

^^^T^^^t'V^ r{rre a0 *o- who hTped to stimulate
*ome years In the Architects group, and^ me moTo/^ '"'" ""* WOfker **
me mber of Federation's Board of Governors.


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12, I960
CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS
PAGE FIVE
RESPONSIBILITIES OF LEADERSHIP
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an example of true leadership, this group of top CJA campaign officers are the first to sign their 1960 pledges. Seen by the CJA CAMPAIGN
camera just as they affixed their signatures are (left to right) Joseph M. Lipton, campaign co-chairman; Aaron Kravirz, campaign co-chairman; Feder-
iresident Sam J. Heiman; and general campaign chairmen Sam Blank and Harold Thurman.
pres
JtWl^HlUMMDNITY CENTER
Haber (left) and Miss Esther Brkkman (right), workers in the CJA Women's
are shown on their "recent tour of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center
Ic .vn Branch, where David Eskenazi pointed out the wide variety of group work
fe-time programs made available to all members of the family. GMJCC provides
|for allfrom nursery to Golden Ageand has four branches better to serve the
areas. The Center is a beneficiary agency of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
They're checking the reservations list for the Young Men's Division
fourth annual dinner February 23 at the Deauville hotel. Left to
right are Marshall Harris and Lewis Kanner, co-chairmen of the Young
Men's campaign. Bill Glosser (right) is one of the genera! chairmen of
the division, sharing this top responsibility with Allen Freehling. The
fast-growing division is taking its rightful place along side other hard-
working groups in this year's campaign. j
ITH SHORE AND APARTMENTS DIVISIONS IN FULL SWING;
T MEETING SET FOR SEVILLE HOTEL ON SUNDAY, FEB. 14
to right are Harry Nelson, Harry Halperin, Julius Rosenstein.
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left to right are Mayshie Friedberg, Johan L. Berman, Milton Gottlieb.

Left to right are Bam Oilier, Morris Cohen, Oscar Member.
Left to right are Samuel Kaplan, Dr. I. Unterman, Louis Lieberman. __


PAGE SIX
CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS
FEBRUARY 12,
SPONSORS' TEA ACHIEVES DRAMATIC
RISE IN WOMEN'S GENEROSITY TO 0,
CJA
DIVISION
SPCiSORSTEA I
Due to the efforts of the members of the Attendance Committee for the Sponsors'
Tea, this women's function was another great success. Shown (left to right) are
Mrs. Harry Orleans, Mrs. William Bernstein and Mrs. Oscar Sindell.
Two charming members of the Sponsors' Tea committee who contributed
greatly to the success of the affair are (left) Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink and (right)]
Mrs. George Graham.
Planning the CJA "Do it Yourself" luncheon for the FJWO
Board of Governors are (left to right) Mrs. Joseph Wilkes,
chairman of hospitality, and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, presi-
dent of Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations.
They're "Donors PLUS" givers to CJA-which makes them "Women of the Year." (They
gave $52 plus 5c a day-or more-for one year). Mrs. Sheldon Kay (right) will hostess
a "Women of the Year" coffee at her home in Bay Heights, Feb. 24. With her are (left)
Mrs. Harry PlatoK and Mrs. Henry Seitlin (center)
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Mrs. Minnie Solomon (left) and Mrs. Harold Mel-
nick gladly sign up for the CJA Donors' Club with
smashing increases of 280 percent. "We know
we must give more in 1960 because thousands
look to us for help," they said.
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Arthur Kalish, assistant executive director of the Jewish
Home for the Aged, shows some of the Home's extensive
medical equipment to Mrs. Lillian Goodman and her
daughter, Mrs. Jacob Glassman, a Donors' Club member
The Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami is an
important beneficiary of the Combined Jewish Appeal

Miami Pioneer Women
CJA. They plan to co
own members and seci"
gifts in 1960." Left i
Mr. Isaac Pushkin. *JJ
Queen, president of ^~
chapter, and Mrs. O***^
past president of this


S"
jARY 12, I960
CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS
PAGE SEVEN
Wish Home for the Aged Actress Carol Channing Sparkles
ixiliary[Scoresfor Campaign At Brilliant ^Pacesetters' Function
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ling the*CJA Donors' Club key symbolizing the "Key to Their Future" is (left)
Doris Arlow, shown with Mrs. Esther Mayer (center) and Mrs. Ida Mechlo-
(right) at the CJA luncheon sponsored by the Jewish Home for the Aged
Nary. The women responded magnificently to the greater needs of
campaign by increasing their pledges 105 percent over 1959.
Vivacious Carol Channing (left! was guest at the spectacular Women's Pacesetters'
Tea. She is shown in a lighter moment with hostess Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson and
Zvi Kolitz, Israel author and movie producer, who thrilled the audience with his
report on the current situation overseas.
CJA
WOMEN* DIVISION
MCESEHBS

rs. Harold Thurman (her husband is general chairman of the 1960 CJA
r^paign) and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, vice president of the Greater Miami
wish Federation and program chairman of the Women's Pacesteers' Tea,
me forward with strong increases to zoom the kick-off affair to success.
--*
CJA
WOMEN'S DIVISION
UACBEnT
Mrs. Samuel Halperin, Mrs. Seymour Heller, and Mrs. David Sernaker
(left to right) were among the attactive young ladies who participated
in the record-breaking Women's Pacesetters' Tea.
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Published by the
Combined Jewish Appeal
f tHI GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
fAM BlANK "<* HAROID THURMAN
iotA ?*n"*l Chiirmen
V* Combined Jewith App..l
SAW J. HEIMAN
President
ARTHUR S ROSICHAN
Executive Director
ROBERT H. GOLDEN
Cempign Director
CHARLES R. JACOBSON
Publicly Director
Lending their full and generous
support, as always, were (left to
right) Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Sam C.
Rost and Mrs Carl Weinkle, prom-
inent leaders in the Women's Pace-
setters' Committee.
Mrs. John Owens (left) will hostess a "Wo nen of the Year" coffee at her beautiful
home Feb. 29, if was announced by Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers, Women's Cam-
paign chairman. She is seen planning th? important social with (center) Mrs. Char*
leen Coolik and (right) Mrs. Herbert Mithes.


PAGE EIGHT
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S" jARY 12, I960 CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS PAGE SEVEN Wish Home for the Aged Actress Carol Channing Sparkles ixiliary [Scoresfor Campaign At Brilliant ^Pacesetters' Function c\W cJK t 9L. ij %  E n j; HHR wn ling the*CJA Donors' Club key symbolizing the "Key to Their Future" is (left) Doris Arlow, shown with Mrs. Esther Mayer (center) and Mrs. Ida Mechlo(right) at the CJA luncheon sponsored by the Jewish Home for the Aged Nary. The women responded magnificently to the greater needs of %  campaign by increasing their pledges 105 percent over 1959. Vivacious Carol Channing (left! was guest at the spectacular Women's Pacesetters' Tea. She is shown in a lighter moment with hostess Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson and Zvi Kolitz, Israel author and movie producer, who thrilled the audience with his report on the current situation overseas. CJA WOMEN* DIVISIO N MCESEHBS rs. Harold Thurman (her husband is general chairman of the 1960 CJA r^paign) and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, vice president of the Greater Miami wish Federation and program chairman of the Women's Pacesteers' Tea, me forward with strong increases to zoom the kick-off affair to success. --•* CJA WOMEN'S DIVISION UACBEnT Mrs. Samuel Halperin, Mrs. Seymour Heller, and Mrs. David Sernaker (left to right) were among the attactive young ladies who participated in the record-breaking Women's Pacesetters' Tea. c ampaian Published by the Combined Jewish Appeal f tHI GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION f AM BlANK •"<* HAROID THURMAN io t A ?* n "*l Chiirmen V Combined Jewith App..l SAW J. HEIMAN President ARTHUR S ROSICHAN Executive Director ROBERT H. GOLDEN Cempi gn Director CHARLES R. JACOBSON Publicly Director Lending their full and generous support, as always, were (left to right) Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Sam C. Rost and Mrs Carl Weinkle, prominent leaders in the Women's Pacesetters' Committee. Mrs. John Owens (left) will hostess a "Wo nen of the Year" coffee at her beautiful home Feb. 29, if was announced by Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers, Women's Campaign chairman. She is seen planning th? important social with (center) Mrs. Char* leen Coolik and (right) Mrs. Herbert Mithes.



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Friday. February 12. I960 -JewlstifhrkHan mm. mosis DYCKMAM ith Lay Bigotry Feet of Schools Mizrachi President To Address Florida Confab on Beach Mrs. Moses Dyckman. national president of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, will address th opening session of a Florida conference of the women's religious Zionist organization in Miami Beach on Feb. 23. it was announced here by Mrs. Emanuel Karger, conference chairman. Six chapters of Mizrachi Women will participate in the two-day meeting, which will hear authori ties on Israel report on current tensions in the Middle East and child-care, social service and ed ucational programs sponsored in the Holy Land by the women's organization which numbers some 50,000 members. Mrs. Dvckman will speak at the first public session of the Florida! conference in the Deauville hotel Page 7-B kSHlNGTON American %  Is may be partially responTuesday evening, Feb. 23. lor recent teen-age antiLocal chapters participating are Hie acts because of their fail-1 the Dov, Orah, Tamara. Tiioiu In teach about the "crimes Ml Miami Beach and Coral Gables Iitler era," B'nai B'rith Youth mzation leaders said this chapters. Florida visitors representing many of the 250 component chapters of Mizrachi Women throughout the country will join in the conference, Mrs. Karger reported. Workshop sessions win occupy delegates for the second day of the meeting in the Coronet hotel it mber national executive ,.„ „„_„,._ %  —; • ""\ ei ,i *i„u v.ju, %  —Ti w as announced. Chairmen of Dan girls divisions of the B'na, man ,„ d Rose B^nenfeld Tl of neglect has resulted in an re generation of young people rant of the meaning of the ika and insensitive to the Bt"of minority groups," dea resolution adopted by the ^e?a^r^HnnT rY P? Ch ^!. C ^ en *"* MuMman Steven Schultz. Paul Fryd. Edward eentea a play. Holiday Flashbacks." written Tr,i „„J rv-wi... r: _.i ,.t' anted a play, "Holiday Flaahbacks," written and directed by Mrs. Naomi D. Brandeis, head teacher. Participants (left to right) included Myles Cypen, Jimmy Pomerance, Michael Taylor, and Debby Firtel. Looking on are Rabbi Bernard A. Mussman. director of education at the Temple's religious school, and Mrs. Brandeis. Camp Program Director Named the Miami area. The conference is one of the three major regional meetings called to implement resolutions of Mizrachi Women's 34th annual na; tional convention. An entertain | ment highlight of the Feb. 23 public session will be the performance of Vivian Lloyd. No admission will be charged to the opening session in the Deauville hotel, Mrs. Karger announced. 'Rescued 1 Torah To be Offered Youth Organization. 11 resolution, adopted at the of a throe-day mooting, td on school authorities "to I up mirror to our educationist tm to determine what of•' being, made to teach In about the evils of total!pnisrr and intolerance." revolution urged that "the y < t the Hitler era should be it in the schools." Iiam Goldman, a 19-year-old K< -< phomore from Akron, O., %  country have been teenj According to Comis, a rabbi disk. most of them without any (mantled the Scroll and wound the ing of the meaning of parchment around his body prior to being shipped off to a concentration camp, where it was later buried secretly. Although the inmates of the concentration camp perished, the Torah was discovered after liberation. It has since been reassembled and prepared for ritual service by a scribe. Comis was president of Tifereth Israel Northside Center from 1956 to 1958, and is one of the founders of Temple Adath Yeshurun, as well as first chairman of the Temple's board of directors. He lives with his mother at 19411 NE 22nd ave. (In rbrew Univ. Itural Meeting tester Miami chapter of the Friends of the Hebrew prsitj will hold a cultural tag Saturday evening, Feb. t the Fontainebleau hotel. Id Solomon, director and inflor of the Saifesota School will discuss "Art is ForAiso featured will bo a an show by Israeli artist Amita. Uomon has studied at the Art luie of Chicago and Ecole des %  x Arts de Paris. He Is a or member of the American. er Color Society of New York the 1 iorida Artists Group. He | had many one-man shows sod numerous awards. Sews* Jerri mslHute he weekend of Poh. 19 through I'ITCV desl D t ed as Beth Da l-'oY Senior Tm McDonald Double Threat Actor Scott McDonald, 20-year-old University of Miami student, is an active thespian these days. Currently appearing in "Calendar Show," s musical showcase revue, at Three Arts Theatre. 342 Aragon ave., McDonald performs both as a singer and a comedian in addition to lending a hand backstage. "Calendar Show" will play Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 11 to 13. Between performances he is busily rehearsing for "Hay Fever." opening at Three Arts Theatre on L SY Sonior Torah Institute. rriday evening service will Conducted by the USY. Serason|s will deal with "Judaism for | leenAger." On Saturday morn^^o. „ .„.^ twM Kroup U1 a,tend wteea Thursday. Feb. 18. Ihi v 1 Torah luncn eon w't* The east of "Hay Fever" also tiin v Rosenb *rg. In the features Victoria Adams. Iris Rau %  ng. a dance will bo held in tenberg, Mori PodeU. Bert Apple %  ua.tor.um. On Sunday momby, Anne Shaw. Carole Hertz. | l l ? s\ V 7 e l w 11 •* inducted by' Pearl Rubin and Bob Wolfe. The nJ i* 'allowed by a breakproduction is produced by Gene -nd Hussion. Hjn80n and dir^e,, Dy Bui Keller. Announcement of Jerome Nudelman as program director of Camp Lakeside in Hendersonville, N.C.. was made this week by Norton Segal, camp director. During the year. Nudelman is personnel, director of Yellow Cab System. He holds a degree in education from the University of Miami, and has had camping experience in Wisconsin, as well as experience in teaching industrial arts. "Nudelmen's varied experience in education and personnel work mokes him a perfect choke &f or program director," Segal said. Camp Lakeside, which goes into its second season this summer, is located on Lake Osceola, 1,750 miles from Miami. Approximately 150 boys and girls are accommodated for the June 28 to Aug. 20 season. The camp contains many modern facilities, includirg two swimming pools, archery and rifle ranges, stables, and tennis courts. Mew Schedule for Games "Name Your Game" night of the Sisterhood of Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation will be held Feb. 25 and the last Thursday of every month thereafter. This schedule substitutes for the former weekly "Name Your Game" function held by Sisterhood at the congregation, 1150 W. 68th St.. Hialeah. MC/HOME LAUNDRY What man would put up with this backache drudgery? An ALLELECTRIC laundry-with Washer. Dryer, Ironer (and an Electric Water Heater for plenty of piping-hot water)—takes tho fatigue out of washdays. It's the cleaner, cooler, tafer, modern automatic way. With this "Matchless Four" in your laundry, you'll enjoy more leisure and stay younger longer. And remember, it's cheeper to go all-electric in your kitchen-laundry than to use a combination of services. See your electric appliance dealer today FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANY MCLPINQ BUILD FLORIDA LAUNDER BFTTER TODAY THE ALL1HIR1 S NC MtlCH 'OR I't'MG 1 WAV



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"Jewish Floridiaii Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 33 — Number 7 Miami, Florida, Friday, February 12, 1960 Three Sections — Price 20c 2,000 DELEGATES EXPECTED Israel Bond Leaders Set to Launch Tenth Year of Sa/es Program A program to give wider aid to Israel's economic development in 1960 will be launched by some 2.000 delegates from the United States and Canada at an inaugural conference for State of Israel Bonds. The confer ence, which w ill mark the beginning of the tenth year of the Israel + Bond drive, which has sold more mm ,han $4240000o '" bonds since Court Seeks Stiffer Raps For 2 Youths JTA —By Dir.ct Ttl.typ. Win COLOGNE—The Cologne Prosecution Office applied Tuesday to, the Federal Supreme Court for re-1 trial of the two youths sentenced Saturday for the Cologne Synagogue desecration which triggered a worldwide eruption of anti-Semitic smearings. The Prosecution Office wants stiffer penalties for Arnold Strunk, who was sentenced to 14 months imprisonment, and Paul Schoenen, who received a ten month sentence for the Christmas eye daubing*. At Its* same time. Dr. H. C. Van Daw, Secretary General of the Central Council ef the Jews of Germany, said that he felt the Cologne court he** "fully recognised" the seriousness ef the situation in its sentences. He said the court had made its decision "independently of public opinion," and added that more severe sentences "would have turned these retarded men into real Naii martyrs." Judge Hans Metze ordered the >ouths deprived of their civil rights Continued en Pate 11 A May. 1951, will be held at the Fon tainebleau hotel Feb. 25 through 28. The conference will officially start a concerted effort in the United States. Canada, Europe and Latin America to attain a goal of $75,873,550 in Israel Bond sales during the current year and thus reach the $500,000,000 milestone on its tenth anniversary. The climax ef the conference. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president ef the Israel Bend Organisation, reported, will be a dinner on Sunday ovening, Feb. 28, in honor ef Gen. Moth* Dayan. Minister ef Agriculture ef the Stote ef Israel. Gen. Day*n, former Chief ef Stoff ef the Israel Army, Is widely known for his leadership as head of tho army during tho Sinai operation m its*. Former President Harry S. Truman will be the principal speaker at the dinner honoring Gen. Da yan. Lawrence G. Laskey. of Boston, chairman of the executive committee of the Israel Bond drive, is serving as chairman of the conference and of the dinner for Gen. Dayan. "Our conference in Miami must be the springboard for a campaign which will help Israel achieve new heights of economic progress in 1960. Only in this way can we measure up to our responsibilities toward Israel and help her realize Continued on Page o-A Herter Says U.S. Expects UN Will Solve Suez Block WASHINGTON——Secretary of State Christian Herter has indicated to a press conference that the United States continues to look to the United Nations for a solution to the Suez Canal controversy in' volving the transit of Israeli cargo. The Secretary commented on* %  CMfffSTMN HMTfl street ilmttmmtt what the United States was doing to implement President Eisenhower's 1957 assurances to Israel on Suez Canal transit. He said the United States had made a number Golda Meir Briefs Cabinet On Move to Up Armament MAI TtSTING ISIAft MffMSfS PAGI 8-A JTAIke Corrects His Statement; Says Dulles Warned Eban WASHINGTON—(JTA) — President Eisenhower opened his press conference this week by announcing that he wanted to correct remarks he made last week about Israel and former Ambassador Abba Eban. The President said he found he had been mistaken in saying he personally warned Mr. Eban in advance against Israel's Sinai action in October. 1956 At Ms press conference last "eek, the President hod stated mat ho told Mr. Eban that Israel •hould not conclude that American Jewish considerations and the November Presidential election would prevent American opposition to Israeli military action. The P resident explained that he actually made the remarks to the late Secretary of State John Fester Dulles, who was to meet with Mr. Eban a few minutes later. Mr. Eisenhower indicated that Mr. Dulles, at his direction, told Mr. Eban of the White House views. Mr. Eisenhower said the error showed his memory was not perfect. He explained that he confused in his mind Mr. Dulles' talk with Mi*. Eban with a subsequent visit by the Israel Ambassador to the White House. By Direct Ttl.typ. Wir. JERUSALEM—Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, briefed the Security and Foreign Affairs Committee of the Knesset Tuesday on the Sunday decision of the Cabinet to speed up purchase of arms and to seek international support against the renewed belligerence of the United Arab Republic. She explained the decision was designed to counter the threat of an upset of the balance of power between Israel and the Arab states, which may be caused by the continued flow of Soviet arms to Arab countries. The Israel government will embark on a diplomatic and information campaign as a consequence of the United Nations "failure" to solve the anti-Israel blockade of the Suez Canal after UN Secretary General Dag Hamm.rskjold's inability to achieve anything in conversations In Cairo on the problem, she said. Mrs. Meir also was understood to have replied to questions about the demilitarized zone southeast of Lake Tiberias, where clashes took place for more than a week recently and about the stalemate which developed from Syria's refusal to remove armed military personnel from the zone in violation of the Israel-Syrian armistice agreements. The military equilibrium between Israel and the Arab states, particularly the United Arab ReContinued on Page l-A of strong statements on the transit issue. Mr. Herter pointed out that Dag Hammarskjold, UN Secretary General, was currently making an effort to find e solution and said that maybe Mr. Hammarskjold would still come up with a modus vivondi. Meanwhile, in Jerusalem, Israel's Cabinet has reportedly reached the fundamental political conclusion that Israel can no longer rely on the United Nations as a restraining factor in the Middle East. The Cabinet completed Monday its discussion of Israel's present security situation. The opinion in the Cabinet, it was learned, baa crystallized into the conclusion that the United Nations as such. Continued en Page le-A Dag Says United Nations Will Continue to Hit Canal Policy UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold told a press conference this week that the failure of the United Arab Republic to "acquiesce" in UN resolutions for unhampered passage of shipping of all nations in the Suez Canal had not altered the resolutions. Mr. Hammarskjold held the press*conference soon after his arrival I say wnat additional steps he had from a visit to Africa which inj in mind t0 obtain UAR compliance eluded a stopover in Cairo to newith the UN resolutions. He was gotiate with UAR President Nasser | also asked whether the UN had on the issue of the Suez Canal ; reconciled itself to permitting the blockade against Israel. The press conference was hold against a backdrop of the news that the Inge Toft, tho Danish freighted detained with a cargo of Israel products at Port Said since last May 21, was unloading the cargo preparatory to sailing away. The UAR confiscated the cargo. The Secretary General would not [ blockade against Israel to prevail and what action the UN might ; take on the issue. He replied: "As regards my own stand, it is well known; it is on record: it is not in any way modified. The fact | that certain attitudes of member governments—this one or that one —are not adjusted to what, from my point of view, is the United NaContinuod on Pago 3 A ACLU ATTORNEYS GET SIEG HEIL FOR THEIR EFFORT Bigot's Puppet, Jewish Leader in Shove Fest JTA—By Direct Ttl.typ. Wir. • WASHINGTON—District of Columbia court authorities Tuesday deferred the case involving a neoNazi agitator and a respected Jewish communal leader to determine applicable laws and action. The case involved disorderly conduct charges on which were based the arrest of Irving Berman, 48, builder of Falls Church. Va., who headed the northern Virginia Israel Bond drive, served as president of the Arlington Fairfax Jewish Center, and chairman of the local chapter of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Simili charges were lad g sd against J. V. Kenneth Morgan, 34, so-called "deputy commander" of George Lincoln Rockwell's "American Nazi Party" group, imitating Hitler's Brewnohirts. The two men were taken into poice custody on charges of "disorderly conduct" after a scuffle on a downtown Washington street corner. Berman stated that he ws shocked to see the neo-Nazis publicly distributing handbills that spoke of gassing American Jews. The case became legally complicated Tuesday when the American Civil Liberties Union assigned two attorneys of Jewish faith to defend the neo-Nazis on the Continued en Pego 5-A



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Page B-A ^Jml^fkrHitr Friday. February 12. \%Q AJC to Support Orlando Bible Case The American Jewish Congress plans to appear in Orlando Circuit Court on Feb. .17 to argtM thai :he -uit to enjoin further distribution i f Gideon Bibles "is valid and proper and an issue for judicial determination." Dr. Leo Pfeffer. national director of the Commission on Law and Social Action of the Congress, will present the arguments. The action on Feb. 17 stems ;roni a law suit filed last Novem ')er by nine plaintiffs who peti lioned the court for an injunction to prohibit distribution of Gideon Bibles in the high schools in OrThe piamiiit-. represented bv Jerome J. Bornstein. Orlando attorney, alleged that Gideon Bibles had been distributed during the \ear 1959 and previously in violation of the United States and Florida constitutions. They alleged further, despite formal demands and representation to the Orange County School Board, that the board had "willfully ignored such representations and" had thus far refused to adopt The distinction of becoming the Miami area's first Trustees of ]s;ael for 1960 has gone to Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox, of 141 SW 23rd rd. Trustees of Israel are purchasers ot 510,000 in ]s:ael Bonds. Mrs. Fox is also Brickell Area chairman for \he Women's Division of the Israel Bond Organization. SWIFT LUXURIOUS LIVELY SAILING From New York every third week: S.S. Israel and S.S. Zion, stopping en route at the Azores and Greece From Mediterranean ports weekly.S.S. Theodor Herzl and S.S. Jerusalem (in season) • Stabilizer-equipped for smooth sailing • Tempting, strictly kosher cuisine • Lively Israeli atmosphere Consult your travel agent —he's your best source of advice Swoer's Hepresentatlie: AMERICAN ISRAELI SHIrTINC CO., IB. • 42 ITHY, MY 4-01 4-7(00 i %  M %  i i %  i a definitive policj bannim distribution oi the Gideon Bil A few dtj • aftaa the kM was filed, the Gideon Society announced that it had advised the school superinleiule.it it WOUW make no further distributionita the Orange county schools. The school board attorney has filed a motion to dismiss the complaint by the nine plaintiffs. It is the motion to dismiss which is benu argued on Feb. 17. The Orlando law suit was filed after the Central Florida Jewish Community Council had written to the Orange County School Board calling attention to the continuing distribution of Bibles by the Gideon Society and asked the board •immediately adopt a policy prohibiting such distribtution in a manner consistent with the principle of separation of church and state." The board took no action on the request made by the Council, and the law suit followed. • Dr. Pfeffer Slated In Three Talks Here Next Week Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, president of South Florida Council of the American Jewish Congress. this week announced a series of meetings to be addressed by Dr. Leo Pfeffer, Feb. 17 through 19 in the Miami area. Dr. Pfeffer, one of the foremost authorities on the constitutional issue of separation of church and state and a renowned author in the field, is national director of the AJCongress Commission on Law and Social Action. On the evening of Feb. 17 Dr. Pfeffer will meet with the Southeast Region Commission on Law and Social Action, chaired by Bernard S. Mandler, with David Drucker as co-chairman. The religion in the public schools litigation currently pending before Judge Friti Cordon will be discussed. Thursday, Feb. 18, 12:45 p.m., Dr Pfeffer will address a meeting convened by the Florida Women's Division, Mrs. David Muskat. president, has extended invitations to the presidents and top leadership of over 300 Jewish women's organizations to join with the American Jewish Congress in hearing Dr. Pfeffer at Temple Beth Sholom. Dr. Pfeffer will speak on 'Our Jewish Children and Religion in the Public Schools." Chairing the meeting will be Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet, chairman of the Commission on Law and Social Action for the Florida Women's Division. On Friday evening, Feb. 19, Dr. Pfeffer will address the membership of Temple Sinai at an Oneg S h a b b a t immediately following services conducted by Dr. Benno M. Wallaeh. AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR ZIM 1JM-S and ftSL AL 6E0RGE KR0NENG0LD TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH •IK 1-0155 Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service "€£ A T I t MIAMI'S fit IT An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE MONE FR -553 GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS WOODVS TKXAf O SJHftVICE lubrication Specialists — Gas 470 N.W. 5th SHEET Oils Batteries Tires 'Service with a Smile" PHONE Tt 3 9533 Bond Meet Slated Here Continued from P ago 1-A in full her potential for growth and development," Dr. Schwartz said. Another highlight of the Israel Bond conference will be Hie world premiere of "Israel Fashions^ U.S.A.," unique fashion show featuring original creations, madt of Israeli fabrics, by ten of America's leading couturiers, • well at fashions by Israel's outstanding designers. The fashion show, which is being presented with the cooperation ol Jordan Marsh of Miami, will be held at a Women's Division lunch eon on Friday afternoon. Feb. 26. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt is honorary chairman of the fashion event while Mrs. Jan Peerce naUonal chairman of the Israel Bond Womeni Division, is fashion show chairman. Norton Tire Co. • m< OPEN 24 H0URfr J W S300 N.W. 27th AVE. r B. F. GOODRICH TIRE PRICES REDUCED TO 25% LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS 4 4 DOWN INSTA' IS A SET OF 4 ON YOUR CAR BUY ,ND B. P. GOODRICH FULL RETREADS 7 7 5 M 750x14 Latent Tread De-signs looks A W.ar. Lib* New. • aaraateed Lib* New WHITEWALLS PreariuM tirade $1 EXTRA 14" TIRES 15" TIRES SIZE rtr Tk-t SIZl P.r Tir 750x14 7.7S640x15 8.20* 800x14 8.45' 610x15 8.95* 850x14 8.95" 710x15 9.70' 900x14—950x14 9.45* 760x15 1045 800x15— 820il! 10.95* •Pricti Inclu4i lit Tai-Slatt Urn f'n Pl.i drti<>l t Tlf m *V > BRAKES RELINED ALL FOUR WHEELS S095 WHILE YOU WAIT! 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Page 10-B vJewlstncrMton Friday, February 12, I$Q MM SIDNtY SICAU New Health Studio Opens At 163rd St. Judge Segall Will Seek Reelection "I will run as a candidate for another full term as Judge of the Small Claims Court to which office I was appointed by Gov. Collins in 19.15 JrhiTTo which judgeship the people of Dade county elected me in 1956." Judge Sidney L. Segall said this week in announcing the opting of his campaign here. "My record of judicial service and qualifications as a judge will be again submitted for the evaluation and appraisal by the people of Dade county subject to their approval in the Democratic primaries in May." Segall declared that "since my appointment by Gov. Collins to this bench in 1955. I have entered orders and judgment in nearly 23.000 cases. Of these, there have been only 60 appeals, and to this date none of my decisions has ever been reversed by the appellate court." Segall added that "I shall continue to dedicate myself as I have j in the past to the job of bringing in the Dade County Small Claims cmin the maximum effort within j my capacity to do full and imPlanninq Sholem Lodge's 35th anniversary man. Ed Klein president-elect and cocbair. celebration Feb. 21 at the Americana hotel man. Morton W. Palmer, and Myron Gold, are (left to right) Martin Budnick. Harry GoodA new fully-equipped health stu my t .,p atl ,j. lo „„ lull auu „„. dn has opened in North Dade at partial justice to all litigants in all ShOleill LOClCIt? 2037 NE 163rd st. t ne cases presented before me. United Health Studios, in accord "The people of Dade county gave TellS AnniVePSOPY With their other studios throughmy record as Small Claims Court _. out the country, is open from 9 Judge an overwhelming vote of CeleDrCltlOn rlCfflS a.m. until 10 p.m., seven davs a confidence by honoring me with weel for the exclusive use of busithe highest number of votes of any i Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith nessmen who want to keep fit. An other candidate on the entire Demwill mark its 35th anniversary Sunapp ointment is never needed. ocratic ballot in the 1956 second day evening, Feb. 21, at the Amerprimary. By the result of that poll i icana hotel, according to Sidney 7be studio is equipped with the tn e people have expressed their H. Palmer, lodge president, lato.-t reducing equipment, includconfidence in my record and my in2 adjustable eight-speed vibrator qualifications as a judge." Ed Klein, president-elect, and which increase circulation ; -. i Bernard Newmark have been ciuulation while taking off bulges. ',"T., fl ,^f ^ ece ', pp !" xl ; named co-chairmen of the function. which begins at 6:30 p.m. Assisting mately 63.000 votes. In the first I • %  • the lazy reducer, there are £-\ Segall led the Small are Hufwi Martin Budnick elevated mechanical massaging Claims race with 51.000 votes—the Harrv Goodman Mvron Gold Mor s ,ha, shape the body and the highest. in a field of four can,"0^.^ Marv !" Pear.man, onlv body-toning apparatus in d dates-missing by a narrow marR b L. wison nH A D v id RavS 1 Florida, according to United. 8'n a victory by a clear majority ^ Dert Lewlson and A u,v,a %  according United Health Studio* alto offer Russian steam baths, Swedish massage, television lounge, and ptivate lockers to round out a pisgram designed to make firm staging muscles, reduce extra pounds, and offer the active businessman a new lease on health. I Hike a gym. United Health over the entire opposition. Horror Film Producer Visits vis. The program will feature Tony Martin and an all-star review. Priie of the evening will be a free trip to Nassau through the courtesy of Aaron and William Farr. Horror films do not contribute to juvenile delinquency, at least in the opinion of a man who has Sholem Lodge was founded in made a fortune and won fame 1925. Past presidents include forproducing them. mer Miami Mayor Abe Aronovilz. Weiss to Chair Torah Vodaath Pelle to Run For Circuit Court Michael A. Pelle, North Miami Beach City attorney, announces that he will seek election to the Circuit Court bench post now held by Judge George E. Holt. In 1954, Pelle sought the same post and gained some 20,000 votes. Since then, he has been an active trial lawyer. Last year, he was named North Miami Beach city attorney. The candidate's supporters note that Pelle led the fight against the abuse of the special mastership system and was the first attorney to carry his legal battle to the Supreme Court of Florida and prevail. The supreme court ruled in Pelle's case that it was unconstitutional for a circuit judge to appoint a special master over the objection of the party." Pelle said Wednesday that he will use the same campaign slogan as he did in 1954. that "Justice must be free, never sold, denied, or delayed." Pelle is past justice of the MiI ami Elks 948. past vice president He is Herman Cohen, voung Isaac Levin (deceased). E. Albert %  %• Sn li? h .rlinT* 0 ", f^T Ho ">'wood movie-maker now visit Pallet, and other community leadDinner Mar. 6 ZoJiZlrZt:Te?Z S rnit: s £.£ ,hC Cadi aC h ,el in "H"*' Philj P "W* lol restaurateur/" the North Dade I.ycees. and a that "within 60 days, we will reCohen, still in his carlv thirties The lodge's program includes '"live in civic and religious afmem |, VnU^T^L 1 "^^' duce your body weight 12 to 15 hit the proverbial jackpoi with his Anti-Defamation League activity, tarn has been appointed chairman !" ; t ^ r„!h,,^' pounds, lose 3 to M inches from first horror effort "I Was a Teens"PP<>rt of II, lid House. B'nai of ,he a n "a' d' !" er of the Yeshiva Knights of Co um „-.,. D h,rs and waist, and generally firm a ge Werewolf" The movie grossed Bri,n Vouth Americanism and Tora h Vodaath and Mesifta to be lour ant>P KAJH '* .. ^:_ •_ _##_•_. %  .'. In. 1.1 Hit* alt „* as.. %  __ %  _• youl entire body." more than $2,000,000 in Fcr the underweight, the guarvear antee promises "a gain of from 8 lo 12 pounds. 2 to 3 inches on i h< -' and arms." Cohen tours the country speaking at high schools and colleges and to PTA groups. This way, he says, he keeps in touch with the younger age groups and determines what they want in the way of movies. Cohen never depicts a juvenile f jrst civic affairs. Institute of Judaism. JeW Mar. 6 at the Coronet hotel. JfJ^.J^VX^,^, 1 ^ 0 ^' and Blood Bank. Recently, the ^ announcement was made by dren and res,d at 19W1 Nw lh lodge launched an employment of ("*nrles Zaretsky, president of the "^ the physically handicapped service Geological seminary located in' under the leadership of Leo Axlrod, Br <>oklyn. N.Y. member of President Eisenhower's The dinner will be tendered in NEPH committee. honor of the Bienenfeld family. well-known for their activities ori Rabbinical TV Program >ehalf of ,he se| n'nary, one of the largest in the United States. Mr. Onearra Pushes Ahead Cndarra's spurt during this past wk at the Dania Jai-Alai Palace Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. spirit' na Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld live e they can "give be host on "Still Small Voice." Assn., WCKT. JudaCelawa. Dania Jai-Alai Palace is don. an adventure-horror open nightly except Sunday. "Conga." fa C ,ic„ Ch a 7H 0n>h,P r d ,h uU mCr wron de l oung^ers. 6 He prog am of the R.boreal As L ,mP!0B l P ; W 'I. h b '* a !" s !" v,e career as an usher Sunday, 1 a mover ch 7 WC : W5 w,ns C are n Ca ea M^C* "&2L !" !" ** will be fi tfj Si )..:abal. iins are Careaga, independent producer at 27. Guests will be Cantor story. Charles Kodner and Lenore Gold1 stein. Beach. In accepting the appointment, Weiss said that "serving the Jewish community in the United States for more than SO years, the Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifta is recogniied as ont of the largest national institutions of learning. "The Yeshiva maintains, in addition to a rabbinic school, an advanced school of higher learning, a summer camp and a branch in Jerusalem. The school definitely deserves the cooperation of every Jewish citisen in the Miami area." At a meeting held at the Royal Hu n g a r la „ restaurant last Sunday the following were selected to r -• 1 serve with Weiss as members of '•** %  Orckotlnl Program Lnl' n c er ,. COmm, i ,ce: Rab i AlexMUUP truss The 1960 community-wide Jewish Sam Reinhard. Sam Drookm"L" !" Mu *' c '"e*"*" will be devoted te Kalb. Jack Ciment Rev Ahr.h!^ "" orch "l program through the Safra. Rabbi Jacob Safra i,!T ""W^Mm of the Miami Beach Kramer. Jacob Schecter' R^H* F' V C <****•**. which will P*r'bor H Stern and Rabbi P. Br.sk '^ l T ^ eVeDt '" con i uncU0 ? man. Aichitect's view of the new Dade Heights Jewish Congregation building to be launched in Lbe near future. Jerry Greenfield, building and ^founa Adults to Dance TemP ', e ?*££*_?5H Adult, Hh the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and the Cantor's Assn. The FesUval will take place on Sunday evening. Mar £ at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium Admission is free. hln.^ 09 ^" 1 i% ^ kicked week. The building, to cost $75,000 .will include n tin, nesday tha, the firs, phasfof a S200.000 buSSi !" TBST^^ "" U C m ^ d D.Sg ^ffi J £ JSt ^sSS. TXing' gTS Bob Parrant and the L *," f gr m Poord'nator. Barnett Breeu woiei. skln Wli conduct lhe orchotr*.



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PAGE TWO CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS FEBRUARY 12, I960 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank Host Dinner Meeting to Discuss General Needs of Combined Jewish Appeal Discussing the total needs of CJA's 57 service agencies were these communal leaders. Seated are A. J: Harris, a former chairman of Federation's Budget Committee and active in the Finance Division of CJA; Dr. Morris Goodman, former CJA campaign chairman, and last year's Initial Gifts chairman. Standing is Sam J. Haiman, president of Federation. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank were hosts last week to a number of key and veteran campaign leaders who met to analyze and discuss the total needs of this year's Combined Jewish Appeal. Following the spirited discussion, many of those present announced their 1960 pledges. In nearly every case, the amounts to which they committed themselves were increases over the substantial gifts which they had made in previous years. Pointed out was the implacable fact that the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which raises funds for welfare needs in this area, had gone into a deficit last year of nearly $90,000, and that the costs of operating these health, welfare, youth, and social service institutions had zoomed upward in the past 12 months. The discussion reemphasized that Miami had failed in 1959 to provide a crreat number of new specialized services required by Jewish families in this area. These expanded p r grams would have helped to bring to Miami the levels of cities of sirnilar size throughout the United States. Added to the upward spiral in local and national welfare causes is the staggering back log of human needs overseas and in Israel Charles Frost general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal in New York City, brought the group a current report on the requirements ol UJA and its constituent agencies. "Thousands of immigrants in Israel are still badly housed, have no jobs, and are unable to take their place as productive members of society in their new homeland," he stated. "Demoralized families exist on monthly government subsidies through a kind of 'WPA' work plan. Only a tremendous outpouring of funds from the United States can save these remnants of European Jewry who seek merely to raise their families in dignity." At the Blank dinner meeting, Sam Rost (right) makes the point to A. Jj m Joseph US*N, and Samuel N. FriedUnd that Miami's extraord.nary grov^!nd£ rrov^K USttS^ "'"^ ,he addi,i nal SOcial "rv.ces wh.ch most be provided through CJA's agencies. Sam Luby deft) chats with host and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank g an informal pause at their meeting. Blank is general chairman of the 1960 CJA campaign, and was a founder of Federation in 1938. Mrs. Blank !a*es a leading role in the Pacesetters' Division cf CJA Wo-^en. Shits \ %  :^ g t :^ a "r^^^^*^ shown with Pace e'ter S!'? P ho aken *' ,he "* meeW era, chairman Harold Thurman. *"" C Uven *"** •"* CJA *" Max Orovrtx ((e ft) pres-dent of Mt. Sinai Hos P i-a for -en years 8nd ^^ •Can.


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Page 6-B jfiwittfkr&hc Friday, February 12. 13JQ fi H b. rr d< di b. 0) i> ic h i; u a: h. *: tr u; ph. b. S' r< -'• M • %  ).' A u v A V >t : A )! •1 A Ala/wef Truman: Air of Exuberance About Her w nj thm fame marriage ir The Truman Family. U.S.A., will be reiRning supreme in Greater Miami for the next few weeks. Mi.ss Margaret Truman, of New Vork City, is currently appearing in the lead of "The Happy Time" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Former President Harry S. Truman and Mrs. Truman, of Independence. Mo., will be arriving here shortly for his acceptance of an honorary Doctorate from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America on Feb. 22 and appearance as guest speaker at a banquet the following weekend sponsored by the inaugural conference of the 1960 Israel Bond Organization. Miss Truman, playing the lead in the Samuel Taylor adaptation of the Robert Fontaine book, recolls that she first appeared on the stage in junior high school in Independence, and later in high school when her family moved to Washington. "I also sang in the choir of the Independence Trinity Episcopal Church," she explained here, by way of noting that the theater was in her blood from way back. Gentle and relaxed beneath a glowing crown of blond hair. Miss Truman added a postscript to her formal education: She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and international relations from George Washington University while her address was. simply, The White House. U.S.A. Then, off to New York she went for private coaching in voice, fo! lowed by two or three years of concerts all over the country. "I made my TV debut," Miss Truman recalled, "on Ed Sullivan's show, doing comedy songs." But Miss Truman had already acquired a wide reputation from her appearances on Tallullah Bankhead's "Big Show." radio's final great challenge to the then-infant television industry. Miss Truman smiled, leaning back in her chair in an old garage off Main Highway adjacent to the Coconut Grove Playhouse, where And then came marriage in 10M i" N Vork Times editor Clifton. Darnel "We mot |" New York, where 1 was living." Today, the couple have two boys, Clifton Truman, 2H, who baa nicknamed him-clf 'Kiffte," and William Wallace. 8 months. Her stage activity these days? "I appear about every six weeks on television m New York. But theater parts like this one in 'The Happy Time' I accept only rarelv." Last rammer, Miss Truman confessed, "I did a five-week stint in the Straw Circuit, but it MM, nf Bourse, all close to New York, and I got home often." Betraying the famous Truman firmness of purpose, she declared without equivocation: "If my husband didn't approve, I wouldn't do it." In the current Coconut Grove Playhouse production, her first since the summer, she plays the role of a mother concern^ .L* the way her very broad-m,^ brothers in-law are educsting w son. all of which provides u, Truman with the oppcirtiiafc* give fuU play to her n C0 JJJ capabilities. '**> To a final, furtive qV about her mother and father jL, eagerly declared that We 71 together very often. Grandpa ents and grandchild^. yl'| know, it's a magic at--action," Refusing resolutely to trade m | the relationship, she m rely re. marked, simply and w prK) in a reference to aomphoto! graphs of President 11 aq: ..j cant imagine any m *hica he 1 wouldn't look abosluteh wonderful." Then, a cheerful w.,\,. f^ bye. a resounding musical ex., clamation from her lipof the opening of the "Mexswlliiss" her cue—and off Miss Trumai trotted to run through Mime scenes of "The Happ> Time," leaving b ehi n d her a trad of uberance. I'hotograph by LBO MINI'I.IN MISS MARAGRCT TRUMAN firmness of purpose the cast patiently waited for her to resume rehearsal. "Then came about six years with NBC, doing guest star roles for Jimmy Durante and Milton Berle." Her first dramatic play on television? "Sketches with ventriloquist Paul Winchell, who was featured in a network program at the time, and who devoted half of each production to a dramatic sketch with a visiting artist." In the summer of 1954, Miss Truman appeared for ten weeks in "Autumn Crocus" in what has since gained fame as the "Straw Circuit." Mrs. Feinberg To Chair Bureau Mrs. Charles Feinberg has been She spoke softly, easily, but namC(1 chairman of ne speakers firmly, correcting impressions, Bllrc au for the Women's Division insisting on accurate reeoP eotion of the ComDinc(i j cvvis h Appeal by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chsir man. 'We already have a strong base of six prominent Miami women who are in training for our bureau," said Mrs. Feinberg. includafter mg Mrs I.arry Friedland. Mrs Sid and never for a moment refer ring to her unique experience as the daughter of a President of the United States—of a President who several times changed the course of human history. "f had no home life school." Miss Truman gaily insisted, indicating that she was too busy with her own professional affairs. "I did Monitor tapes for NBC and reporting for British television during a London stayin 1955," she recalled. Mrs. Czech Will Receive Award Mrs. S;irah Czech, one of Greati r Miami's leading personalities :ul philanthropists, will be award•'I the State of Israel BondoOVOt• : Woman of Valor Award at a torn in unity wide reception on Sati>rday evening, Feb. 20, at the Deauville hotel. Coming to Miami to present the ward to Mrs Czech will be Col. Shlomo Lahat. executive otficer of the Israeli Air Force. The Woman Valor Award is presented to %  (mien who have either purchased or sold §100.000 in Israel Bonds. Only four other Miami women have received this award. They are Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Trudy Uamerschlag and Mrs. Jacob Riikin. Mrs. Czech is a life member of Hadassah, B'nai B'rith. Jewish i l sn Theological Seminary for her Home for the Aged. Brandeis Uni\ contributions and "outstanding versify, Hebrew Academy. Temple leadcrsh >P" Israel Sisterhood. Temple EmanuEl Sisterhood, and National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Active |ney Lewis, Mrs. Lillian Pearlman. Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Mrs Henry Wernick, and Mrs. George Simon Mrs. Feinberg has long been active in community affairs. She is on the budget and personnel committees of the Greater Miami Jew ish Federation, vice president of the Jewish Vocational service, vice president of Temple Beth Sholom Greater Miami chapter of Sisterhood, past national vice pres National Home for ident of the American Jewish Conwill hold a areas, and past president of Amer ican Jewish Congress in Dei nut She is also a ch. 10 representative and a member of the nominating committee of Federation. Proceeds for Research MIS. CHAffUS FfJJUHG The the Jewish Asthmatic Children "Mad Hatter's" luncheon Mondaynoon at the San Marino hotel. Mrs. Joseph Nuremburg is chapler president. Proceeds are for research of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital on the grounds of the JNHAC. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Harry Kaufman. 7725 Carlyle ave. To Air Congressional News legislative developments in Con gress dealing with juvenile delin quency and other aspects of child welfare will be discusI at is open meeting of the Sou rionda chapter of the National Assn. of Social Workers on Mot.:; at 8 p.m. Rudolph Danstedt. gislattN representative in Washm / >n for the National Assn. of Soc il Workers, will be the main speaker. The meeting will be held at I Rehabilitation Center for Crippled Chil-, dren and Adults. 1475 N\\ 14th ave. j **t. SARAH CZfCH national organizations, Mrs. Czech was recently honored by the JewMOTEL ROW'S FINEST RESTAURANT & LOUNGE BERTICE READING in many other local and JAZA*AIv3*ci -— II GAMES NITlir %  AM-MUTUU SETTING POST TIM! 7:45 True Sisters fo Celebrate United Order of True Sisters, Miami 43. will celebrate its M* enth birthday with a luncheon and meeting on Monday, 11:30 a.m.. at Hibiscus Auditorium. Grand Lodge national president Mrs. Alice Si-, mon and first vice president Mrs Rebecca Winters, who are visiting Miami, will also be honored. Women Hear Stylist South Miami chapter of Women's American ORT met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Dan Glaubman. 7255 126th st. Speaker was J. Baldi, who demonstrated hair styling. Proceeds were for the new ORT school building in Tel Aviv. In Th. CARRIAGE CLUB Members end Guests Only The Big T JACK TEAGARDEN AND HIS TRIO Opening Friday, Feb. 12 MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 DEER RUN Ph. TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co Own.r 1.1 This is The BLOND BOMBSHELL who stepped th* the* cold with her two appearances in April en Hit JACK PAAR SHOW. 2) Thi* is the BARREL OF FUN who just concluded eijW roofraitins weeks at New York's BON SOIR. 3) This is the SURPRISE TALENT who was a r.cenl TONY AWARD CONTENDER tp, her dramatic portrayal in this season's Broadway Production REQUIEM FOR A NUN. 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Friday, February 12. 1960 +JewlstincrkUan Page 7-A County" by Italian-American War Veteran* in 1950. He was cited by the Variety Club for activity in connection with the Variety Hospital and the club itself, honored by the Puerto Rican Democratic Organization as testimony of help and personal interest on behalf of migrant workers in South Dade," and tapped as an honorary member by "Iron Arrow" and Omicron Delta Kappa, nation RICHAKD I. CUSTOM irstein Announces for Reelection Is State Attorney Isiale Attorney Richard E. GerL in has announced that he will lik reelection as head of one of l( nation's largest prosecuting Ifices state attorney of the llth Idicial Circuit in Dade county. |l hf :ir> year-old Gerstein, who Vl the duty of setting up Florida's r>t lombined prosecuting office ur years ago, made the an^uncement at a reception given his honor. | I am proud of the organization at I have built in the almost few Mrs I have served and even der of the record that we have Sieved," Gerstein said. ITS tern added: "We do not ess getting a conviction record, Bt we are proud of ours. We have lily one policy in the State Attori-y's office—vigorous prosecution or the guilty and protection of be innocent." The only public official t re* fcaive both the Miami and Miami Bech Junior Chamber ef Cenamarc* awards in the tame yaar bt "Outstanding Public Official In Dado County far llaV OerMain is th first man from Dad* Mnty to s .rva as president of >• Prosecuting Attorney'* Msn. of Florida, an office he w holds. |A graduate of the University of I.;imi law school, Gerstein s supVters reveal thai be has been highly commended in five Grand pry Reports during hie term a* late Attorney." In 105T he relived the Miami Junior Chamber Commerce award aa "Miami's utstanding Young Man." He also Iceived Florida's Junior Cham?r of Commerce award aa "One the Five Outstanding Young |en of Florida." and was voted "Outstanding Citizen of Dade fialnwiA ROOFING CO. > %  rr. hi MM ... %  •••'• &f&f '•f Repelrt *' Typo R..f, $1... 1920 ASI FOB FBE5 ESTIMATES ON HOOFING Phong FR 34244 Lula Jones "•wars far AN %  H I V I I Y *•• riamr, ''Mad Maa* • Caraates a '•!• *.W. Mb STINT Phong FR 4-5790 ''W'WW^w^ al leadership societies at the University of Miami. He is currently vice president of | the National District Attorney's Assn., past exalted ruler of the Miami Elks, and past president of the Young Democrats of Florida. Gerstein, who has lived in Dade county most of his life, was an Air Force navigator during World! War II and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air> Dr. Schwartz Fete Over Weekend Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organization, will he guest of honor at a reception tendered by the na tional honorary societies of Trustees, Builders, Guardians and Medal, the Purple Heart, and the Presidential Unit Citation. Sponsors on Saturday evening in the Grand ballroom of the Amen cana hotel. The event is one of a series being held at various Beach hotels in advance of the tenth annual inaugural conference for Israel Bonds to be held at the Fontainebleau hotel the weekend of Feb. 25. m*~ ~ \wmm+m*m % %  %  M t %  %  „ %  — -*m — m %  w> mm %  m % %  m W Wa jjf m& %  %  %  s asj j W Attention Senior Citizens i I Jok, 'Smiok. Citiytnk.' of, nwd&AabL m&anA, wuJunq, int. jcononninnoL and tuxuku. opptuntMnmkA. of. a. huidsniiaL Atmiok, atipwA hQbid m co. on. an, ail ysak, kound plan, ihiL 'Ybuv' dioiidau. Tftanok. IA. located, on, Indian, Qmk (DkwsL £ 60ik St., Miami fi&achl%i and, Ik, offekina. HVOUL msaU. a. dau. pink, a, compisdniu. ksdacokabuL koom, fak, onto* $130 psk, month. a Qndudsd ahsL keadina. koomA, muAtc koomA, pxwaisL Aun, dock and Aokoks. umaualkd. I •* OIAO, included. ahsL puuL uachiina. 6fiAnina, paktuik! ft. S Holiday, TJtanok, Ik, kikicUu. fok. Atniok. citiytnA who oka, dsAtkouA of. loving, cakiL &a, honurfiks, aimoApnoko. For Further Information Please call ok, ukiis. Wx. U). Wl&kaih. 7471 6-&21 Holiday Manor, 6000 Indian Creek Drive Miami Beach, Florida 4/1 a_jnyiu-jiyii•! %  y ii • y— -y— %  •*/%  %>— -y— %  •y— >y y • y y.-y-I



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8Y...S n the w oman s "WorU Dinner party honored Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lepzelter, of 1251 NE 159th si., No. Miami Beach, on the occasion of their 39th wedding anniversary Hostess was their daughter, Mrs. Matthew G. Ettinger, at her home, 18015 NW 17th ave. Quests included Mrs. Yetta Tessler, Miami Beach, 80-year-old mother of Mrs. Lepzelter; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ettinger, Miami, Adolph's parents; Mr. and Mrs. Louai Easton, Coral Gables, his sister and brother-in-law; and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lester, the couple's son and daughter-in-law ... Also present were Mrs. Fanny Essner, New Bedford, Mass.. Mr-. Lepzelter's sister, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lassner, Montivideo, Uruguay, her brother and sister-in-law. Louise and Sonya Stephanie Glasser. twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Bess) Glasser, celebrated their sixteenth birthday last weekend ... The girls are named after Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, who were such a great influence in Bess' wide civic and philanthropic endeavor Some 250 guests helped the girls mark their birthday Friday evening at the Carillon hotel Props were from the '59 French Dressing Revue, arranged on platforms in front of the windows, with spots placed in the ceiling fixture to shine down in a pink tlow .. The elevated bandstand featured the orchestra of Jacques Donnet, and a round table was beautifully decorated in pink and v.,nn. matching the Can Can settings, with a three-tier fountain serving strained fruit punch A huge birthday cake, royal iced and decorated in marzipan, showed two figures resembling costumes of the girls Guests of honor included Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Hodges, of Coral Gables, the celebrants' sister and brother-in-law; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Siegel, Miami Beach, grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Siegel, also Miami Beach, and Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Glasser, New Jersey, uncles and aunts. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Trossman, of Chicago, staying at the Ki.nlainebleau with daughter Mindy, are cousins of Mr. and Mrs. Inu Margulies, who held a dinner party in their honor at home Saturday evening Dinner guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jaffee. of Chicago and formerly of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiss, and Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler Sidney and Adelaide Raftel just back from having fun on the Franco C Mrs. Jeanne Bernhardt, 780 SW 11th st., entertaining her mother, Mrs. Anna Pogoda, of Brooklyn, and sister, Mrs. Murray R. Hoffman, Valley Stream, who arrived in town to attend Jeanne's installation ceremony as worthy matron of the Emunah chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, at the Scottish Rite Temple on Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levine. 14531 NE 2nd ave., No. Miami Beach, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 18 The couple, who were married in Boston, have one son, Irving, who lives with his wife and three children in Miami. %  The Most Charming Hostess: Mrs. Samuel Friedland greeted guests Tuesday at the Diplomat Hotel and Country Club in a black sequin dress Hattie helped Sam seat gueats at tables of eight ... Top community leaders attended the CJA Pacesetters' dinner Evelyn Parker, pretty blonde wife of the Barcelona hotel's general manager. Jack Parker, just back from a three-week visit with friends in Jamaica ... All aglow with "the most wonderful vacation ever," Evelyn vows that next winter she'll rent a house there Mrs. Morris Laster, of Little River, entertaining her sisters, Mrs David Carnas. Mt. Vernon, N.Y., and Mrs. Hilda Becker, Brighton Beach, N.Y., as well as her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Freed, Manhattan Beach, N.Y. Lilly's a charter member of Tifereth Israel Northside Center Back in the swim of civic endeavor after a long-time illness, friends happy to see Mrs. Matilda Ratner Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, calling to order an xecutive committee meeting, whereupon all present responded b> singing "Happy Birthday, Sam!" Mr and Mrs. Moses Meyer, of 6251 SW 24th st., being visited by Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sunshine, of Gotham Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Meyer, Riveredge, N.J. With Mrs. Meyer, who just returned from a trip to London to atttend a family reunion and wedding of a niece, is Mrs. Debra Bregoff, of Johannesburg, J> Africa Mr an d Mrs. Joseph Hyman here from Chicago at the Prince Michael hotel The couple's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hyman, 3140 SW 14th st., will fete them at a celebraiiun this weekend marking their 54th wedding anniversary Greetings from New York: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Tillie) Ostrie are spending a well-earned vacation there Last Saturday eve' %  "• was the occasion for a double celebration ... In addition to marking their 23rd wedding aniversary, they joined the rest of the jamily m honoring Joe's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. <>man Makover ... Joe is a former chairman of Temple Zamora's "oard of directors, while Tillie served as Sisterhood president. Pr ud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elias Rosch. of Coral •r'h es and Mr • Mrs. Fredric Rosenthal, Coral Gables ineir children, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. (Vivienne) Rosch, 855 Alton u • ""punce the birth of Ronald Theodore on Jan. 18 at St. Francis Hospital nrrt If # nd Ul B,aso r s\ oi the Riverside Memorial clan, off Satraay for Cleveland, where he'U attend a board meeting of the Jew]sn unera Directors of America Relatives galore flew in to be at the Melvyn and Natalie Frum fi r xi U8e on N Proa P* dr. Friday morning ... It was a Bris Sherri had a beautiful new red velvet dress T


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Friday. February 12. 1960 *-JewlstinorkUan Page 5-A Bigot, Jewish Leader Square Off Entertainment committee of the Young Adult League at Miami Hebrew Congregation plans its "Valentine Sweethecrrt" dance Saturday evening at the Empress hotel. Left to right are Zira Scheer. Merle Kroop, Lee Weiner, and Hap Bader. Secret Anti-Semitic Group Operating in America? Continued from Pat* 1-A basis of "free speech." 'The-'-ACTO-'affbVneySr "DaVid Shapiro and Lawrence Speiser, aided Morgan at Tuesday's hearing. Rockwell's neo-Nazi "troopers" indicated amusement that attorneys of the Jewish faith were defending their deputy commander without charge. After the hearing. Rockwell confronted Shapiro and Speiser, rais ed his hand in a Nazi salute, and said "Sieg Heil." Berman stated that the defense of "frto speech" in tho distribution of tracts inciting violence PROVIDENCE, R. I. — (JTA) anti Semitic movement patterned I after Nazism and working for the overthrow of the overnment has been operating secretly in the United States for at least three years,! the Providence Journal reported! this week. The newspaper said that unlike j the relatively unimportant "lunatic I fringe" groups, this one involved | some respectable leaders in several states. It operates with elabo-1 rate security, the newspaper re vetted. Over tho last throo years organized leadership has boon established in New England, Now York, Illinois, Texas, and other GOLFERS IMPROVE YOUR GAME HANDMADE GOLF CLUBS fosMei.ee' to Fit roer Utti, Saria* oad Capabilities FINEST WORKMANSHIP You ars cordially invitee* to come i •ad see bow fasts flee class art asa s GOFFS 14 PONCi, CORAL CABLES states. Members who violate security by openly revealing their anti-Jewish feelings in public •re expelled. The newspaper said it obtained files of secret communications of the group. One communication warned that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was probing the or ganization. Instructions were issued to try to win over the FBI agent to a program of liquidation of Jews, deportation of non-whites, and a revolution by "White Christian America." The investigation showed one leader of the group to be a welleducated and respected, young man from Mississippi whose activities and opinions are unknown in his own community. He has been in West Germany and in touch with Nazis there. Krupp Indemnity Held Inadequate LONDON—(JTA) —Members of the British House of Lords bitterly criticized as inadequate the plans of German industrialist Alfred Krupp to pay 500.000 pounds sterling compensation to the 12.000 surviving Jews who had worked as slave laborers in Krupp's industrial empire during the Nazi regime. Lord Stoneham asked whether I "40 pounds per head is an appropriate compensation to the Jews who have suffered under this man whose personal fortune is now es\ timated at 14.000.000 pounds. Lord Lansdowne, Joint Parlia-, mentary Undersecretary for the' British Foreign Office, replied that! ( t he British Government could not I pass judgment on an action taken > i voluntarily by foreign subjects. He j 1 added that the deadline for filing' I of compensation claims by former! Krupp slave laborers had been ex j tended from Jan. 25. 1960 until Jan. 31, 1961, and that a full report on' the matter would be presented to the British Government by the mixed committee set up to study the question. and murder of American Jewry was similar to defending the ..„ "rjghf" Js> "seise a false cry of fire in • crowded theater." He felt the ACLU defense of neo-Nazi agitation had been a "distortion of the intent of the Founding Fathers of America, our Constitution, and Bill of Rights." He said that "to urge putting innocent people into gas chambers is not proper exercise of free speech." Berman said the neo-Nazi material represented a "definite danger" to people who have a "right to live in America without fear." He felt the Police Force existed for the protection of the public "and not to protect the spread -of anti-Semitism." Berman termed Rockwell's material "garbage better fit for the sewer than for human consumption." He felt "provoked and insulted," he said. He said he took handbills from the hand of Rockwell who was distributing them to passersby. and then was "clipped frem behind" by MoYga'n? Police did not arrest Rockwell but took Berman and Morgan into custody. They were subsequently released on payment of collateral pending trial! TENSE NERVOUS call for STRONGER Yet SAFER) ANACIH Won't Upeet The Stomach Anacin* not only givas itrongar, foetsr relief from pain of h e ada c he bat la aloo ss/er. Won't npaet the atomach and haa ao bad affects. 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Friday, February 12. 1960 • ts+*iears ao. Surviving are his Mrs |{,,M> ItuzliiHk two bro I ..rui ,. n slater s.i\i.,-B were •'• h it Riverside Memorial Chaiiel. v\ aahlnglun a w. MAdSV GHAND i 170 Arlaona ave.. Ft. I.atidrr" %  % %  '•'• %  <• r"el>. 7. MurvlvlriK are all lfi Mi Grand: two .laimli• -. "lie son. thre, brothers ami three S.ivlr.a were |>rb. at Ml •>,. H.,1 Chapel. Nortnandv l.Me MICHAIL PERL <•' %  'f •• -\\ KJth ;„ %  ,.. ,1;. .1 K.I, | % %  %  <"iai he ram* here alne years %  • fork i "ttj. SurNlv in* %  • hi? wife, Elisabeth; ton, Jeffrey; • %  Ann s. .•" %  I-I' at Rlverakli Memorial *-• %  -• %  \V. I i ,tli burial In .Ml inal i MRS. ANNE B. DAVIDSON %  ; ill 1 i Btl i MBf lie!, She iml Joel i' ., a Kellman fOii M M I llllan P .,i Gordon l-'ui HERMAN GORDONSTCIN XE Hnd '• i iii.il i i I fl oil' Mis It. > h other*. Sen ••1,1. with arMAX LEVENSON table*. : .-,1 I.-. one. Alvli .' M Kv. Ij n Brook-i Id en LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK "The South's most beautiful Jewish cemetery" Jo M. nu t„ irom lht j^h Via 'he New 36rh St. Cu*wy JE L5369 M. lAlfffr WHfthUf were Feb. T at Riverside lit 1. W Unifier at. MRS. JENNIE WEINKR •. of 111 3rd St., die.I K.-li She •-nie here_ ten \ ears aso from W IrlilK, NY. and waa a BSefDbei ..T lieth Jaeol, M>terho,rfl Surviving are three eona, Wirllam. Sidney and Jaek. five daughter-. Iru hiding Mi> Minnie linger and Mr*. Roae Selago. and a alater. Met vires Were K.l, 7 at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Washington ave. Manners Runs For Legislature Joseph P. Manners, former crime-fighter with the U.S. Department of Justice; Sunday announced his entrance in the 1960 Florida State Legislature election race in Group 2. The 36-year-old attorney said he was stepping into politics 'to provide the aggressive leadership for Dade county that was noticeably lacking during the last session." The former assistant attorney tensral for both the Federal oovernment and the State of Florid* promised "ono of the most aggressivt campaigns ever staged in the history of Florida pol Hies." The candidate's supporters reveal that Manners "was instrumental in coordinating underworld information from the Miami area which later led to nationwide gambling raids." Only recently, the Justice De partment used the information again in its efforts to convict the Apalachio gang in N CW y Mk y^ declared. Manners resigned from the depa rtBMBC's Anti-Racketeer Squad m Miami last summer when his special assignment was completed. He was chosen for the job while i working in the criminal division Tallahassee. Previously, while in of the U.S. Attorney's office in the State Attorney General's office, Manners frequently lectured on law to the Florida Highway Patrol. Born in Atlantic City, N.J., Manners raceived his AB degree from LaSalle College, Philadelphia, in premedicine in 1949, and was graduated with honors from the University of Miami law school in 1954. He is a World War II veteran, governor of the Loyal Order of Moose, Miami Lodge 1597, and a member of the Florida Bar. L Manners is married to the former Sylvia Patricia Johnson, and the couple have two boys, Joseph, jr., 4. and Jefferey, \Vt. The family lives at 8611 SW 29th st. Koppel Hands Over El Al Reigns Maj. Y. L. Koppel, who for a decade piloted El Al. Israel's natieaal flag carrier, from an eb•eatre commercial positioa in the American market to flaw of the liveliest trans Atlantic airlines, this week handed over the controls of the company's American oper ations to Dror Galeser, a long-time associate and frieed. After ten years in the airline's top United States job, Koppel prepared himself for another pioneering assignment vital to the economic future of Israel. At the recommendation of the Israeli government, the management has granted Koppel a twoyear leave of absence from the company to represent a group of Ruskin Named Conner Aide Here Doyle Conner, candidate for the office ni Commissioner of Agriculture" of the Slate of Florida, announces the appointment of Lloyd L. Ruskin as coordinator for Dade county and Miami Beach campaign manager. Ruskin. a native Miamian. has been a resident of Miami Beach since 1941. His family has been prominent in the Greater Miami area since 1924. Ruskin is a practicing attorney with law ofices at 407 Lincoln rd. He is a member of the Florida Bar. the American Bar. and Miami Beach Bar Assns. He is also a member of the Decalogue Society of Illinois. He is active in civic affairs both on Miami Beach and throughout the county. Ruskin is a member of the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County and the Community Planning Committee. He is president of Jewish Vocational Service and a member of the board of governors of the Gceater Miami Jewish Federation. He is also a member ef Ike Federatioa's executive soaee affJhal s— is Hibis cu s Lodge. Ruafeta is %  ai'ima. and he and bis wife, Ileene. reside at 9181 W. Bay Harbor dr. major Israeli hose I and industrial interests in the United States. Koppel opened up El Al's commercial operations in the United States in the winter of 1949, after coming here in early 1948 in charge of the first goodwill mission of the youRg Israeli Army. Koppel. who is married and the father of two sons. Dan and Gil, now plans to divide his time beHARRV JACOBSON 72. of IBM SW 6lst ave.. aW Fob. :. He came here fl\e year* aso from Hi-oolilyn Surviving are hie if. Irene, daughter. Mr< Adele Qarflald; 'wo grandchildren Service) wen it lliooklyn. with local ai runKein.nl I,. Itiveralde Memorial tha>,cl. W FUgler at. SAMUEL L. HABERMAN ill. of |$| ffW 19th at.. ed Keh. I He came here nine years HKH front Lowell, Mass Surviving are ins wife. ICatherlne; aoR, Irvtaff; daughter, Mrs Sybil • two slati i -. Mm. Moll) tluckionan anil Mis \n\, Sli: nd ;, brotnt r Bei vices wei • %  i %  b i at iorilen Iuneraj Hoi HARRY LEVIN i7, t. tired i. alt) d< ah r, dli il I ii. |lv< at I >S1 BW till st.. %  • in n0 Mi. II member of Beth Kl S> n IR Mi 'i %  rial l "hai el. VI .ii.,I in '•: ten. MRS. ANNA SCHWARTZ n. of i4a • came i ,r ago from \. v. fork and was a ; %  rtgphael Slati b< od Survlvln %  MB, Jlllltl ,.l ii\ man Mrs. Klttv K rtli Mn Rut Khali nn ill lldren, and tin i trendi hlldi • ii ion Funeral Home MRS. ROSE ARPLEBAUM •1. of ill 0 BVI I'M HI itlt I in>: an I neludlng Mrs FioleIite|n, Mra. Beatrice Tulvera. Mia IMn ^ and MrHadyi ipfel and •i t.rother, l^nils Kyrop Services aren •', |, | at Ooi don I'nti, i .il Home. MOE COHEN %  '.I, ,,f *•:: Hal -t Mad rV* I ''. i-nltiF here 11 xeara ago from N, fork, and wan the owner of a whole •b OUR SPECIALTY ir CONDOLENCE BASKETS fKlSMY PACKID ans OaiVEUO eVITMIN JHl MM FRUIT CIRCUS 1698 S.W. Flofjltr Ttr. • PHONE • Co., died Feb. r. He Uved at the Mieiry Fr>nt. nac hotel SlU vising are Ins wife. Lena; four daughlei a, .' 11,1 in i in from N,\v Voik t. n \ ears ago. Kiwi si,i. Memoi mi i ii.ii., i ,ii I... si al arranceBienta fot services In Sea Voik MAXWELL I WESER ;",. of .!;>>•, BW ..'ii'i %  • rob Ii aim fl -.Mi Jackaon, M • I. S.;r\ vim M\ i on .in.' nd two Mi.. Hazel I Hi grand ndi Inlil n hi, M< • %  a/lth loi' lal MRS. SARAH M, NEWMAN <, vf !'•! %  : 4he came I i fl "ll: %  M \! ohen M \tinii T.n, i \ in and \! EITM; I nd i bi • H i' 1 .i net % %  with 111..I III ,\ EDWARD REICH :.;. of loM N\v :tii s, ,i r fron arlfi • 'mrlal at Mt. Ni i let) HERMAN BERMAN 77, of died 1 He rente bi n Ses -• it< "i. He wa %  f he Vorth Shore Jewish Center, Surviving; are hi wife, rannle; -on. H 'aught'' Ml N *"•: hr.ither Sam: and slater. .Mrs Tetta ( in N. %  Voik. llli I— Si : -i'. Memorial ___^ RUBEN COHEN %  i. of I" Blacavnt blvd died Pi b I He came here 1* years ago from Sew nd was < restaurant firm here Hi •i,l Morris, and a >|^ter Sn .' :,t Riverside Meigton ave., i'li Inn i.il in New York. Charles Rosenthal, 83-year-old founder of Riverside Memorial Chapels, stands beside the sign announcing start oi construction of Riverside's newest branch at SW 37th ave. and 17th St.. Miami. Rosenthal, still active in the business, is vacationing with Mrs. Rosenthal at the Eden Roc hotel. This is the 30th winter for the couple here. The new chapel will be fourth in Greater Miami for the Riverside chain, which entered the field in South Florida a quarter of a century ago after its establishment in New York and* Philadelphia at the turn of the century. To Mark 7u B'Shevat The Hebrew Educators Alliance of Greater Miami will celebrate Tu B'Shevat, Jewish Arbor Day, at a party Saturday night at the Ritz Plaza hotel. INSURED SAVINGS^ EARN PER ANNUM (CURRENT RATS) Flogler at first s "One of /he Nation's Oidn'' and Larges'*' S ade Federal GS ond LOAN ASSGCIAIION of MIAMI > M JOStPH M UPTON. P-eMden' 5 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County SSOURCES EXCEED 145 MILLION DOLLAR



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Friday, February 12, 1960 *Jcwlst> ncridiatn Page 11-A German High Court Seeks Stiffer Raps for 2 Youths Men's Club officers of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will be installed jointly with Sisterhood officers at a function Sunday afternoon at :he Diplomat hotel. Front row (left to right) are Harry Cammer. treasurer; Morris Samowitz, vice president; Herman Weintraub, president; William Cohen, vice president. Top row (left to right) are Dr. Milton Siegfried, chairmen of board; Philip Yasser, gabai; Moshe Sterling, gabai; Sam Brick, recording "secretary, Sam Klein, vice president. Not shown is Herman Strauss, gabai. Rabbi Isaac Ever will install officers. Board of directors include Hyman Cesar. George Cohen, Isidore Covin, Abe Danches, Jacob Epstein, William Feigenbaum, Frank Fine, Jacob Gart, Adolph Goldberg, Michael Goldberg, Nat Helper. Alex Harwood, Sam Hershkowitz, Harry Jackson, Samuel Molbegat, Benjamin Mufson, William Polin, Morris Ratner, Sol Reiner, Harry Rosenberg, Murray Rosenberg, Harold Rosenfeld. Jack Roth. Wolf Shklair, Max Weintraub, Emerich Weisz, Solomon Wilde and Abraham Zemel. Continued from Page 1 A tor two years. He ruled that the evidence showed a Nazi ideological I influence in the behavior of the defendants, but that their actions were not part of an organized antiSemitic program. The prosecutor. Friedrich MaierBode. had asked for a jail term of j two years and three months (or Strunk. a baker's helper, and 21 I months for Schoenen. son of a well! to-do family who worked in his father's office supply business. j Schoenen's grandfather was half: Jewish. The trial wet covered by more than 170 Gfrmin and foreign correspondents. Trie defendants, who wort expelled from the right-wing German Reich* Party after their arrest, said that they were adherents of such pro-Naxi groups as Mathilde Ludendorf's 'Teutonic Circle." They were tried on charges of libel and blasphemy, defiling a house of worship and with "unconstitutional intent." They could have received maximum total terms of 15 years each. Both men acted defiantly during the trial, neither showing any remorse for their acts. Schoenen told the court, in a closing speech after the testimony had been presented, that he felt he may go down in Germany history as a "nationalist hero." Strunk said he defaced the synagogue to draw attention to the "Jewish danger to the German race." A medical expert testified that both men are "psychopathic scatterbrains. with no intelligence rating, and an animal-like fanaticism." Alpha Omega to be Cited Alpha Omega fraternity of Greater Miami will hold its 13th annual Founders Day banquet Feb. 20 at the Carillon hotel. Honored guest will be Dr. Michael Frost, international president of Alpha Omega and chairman of the New Jersey State Board of Dental Examiners. Dr. Frost is here to present the National Efficiency Award to the Greater Miami chapter for being the outstanding group in the nation. Academy Pupils ISet Science Fair IMircv Academy Junior High Department will hold its first Science Fair on Wednesday in the Mh( %  1 iKiilding. Exhibits are open Ito tli. public at 8 p.m.. Rabbi AlexiiniUr S. Gross, principal, an%  wur.it' 1. Emh of the 70 students of the kchot I's Junior High Department lv.ll have -xhibiU on display. Propertin.I he in the field of chem!• 'logy, astronomy, elec|i / 'Ology and mathematics, participants will be I 1 i enter the sixth annual £ KltTida Science Fair to be I Mar. 16 to 19 at Dinner Key \udi:or.um. The top three winners I aw arded special prizes by ^hr Academy's PTA. Tin annual Science Fair is spont the Miami Herald. Uni' Miami, and Dade County Dr. Williams to Speak Dr. H. Franklin Williams will be guest speaker at the Luncheon Club of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith at noon on Friday. His sub ject will be "The Purposes of Highi er Education." Eli Hurwitz and Al! fred Kreisler are co-chairmen of I the luncheon meetings at the Robj ert Clay hotel, which each week feature a prominent speaker. Town and Country Clubbers Town and Country Clubbers of ] North Dade will hold a Valentin'' Day dance Sunday evening for I single business and professional men and women between 25 and 40. Site is Monticello Park Congre-. gation, 1099 NE 163rd st. Teachers Mathematic and Science Club. Joseph Ackner, instructor, j is faculty advisor for the students participating in the Science Fair. VICTOR I. EBER, CP.A. and YALE M. LEAVY, C.P.A. Are Pleased to Announce That LEONARD J. RAPAPORT, CP.A. 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lidoy, February 12, 1960 +Jm>isti fhsiUir Page 13-A iWi Ullle village there lived a • %  Aoc"ino,rr "* fre'ienced great ] GEMS OF WISDOM CO. oirrlv. One cold winter night. urdened with hunger, he finally 0k t arid, told.kt* •/< thaf,, he, r IU I ,1 methmg at once to reij ,,*then flightAnd to he left i went in search of hit fortune. ; Hong the way. he paused beneath '-" [tf f and lay down to tleep. As he slept, he dreamed. He be, ? %  |,i an old man who told him that t was Elijah the prophet, and inruard the shoemaker to go 'O ; if nearby city, come to the tyna' %  t!uCount six houses from the inagogue. and there in the sixth fuse lireJ a tailor by the name o| j f fc \rna. He U'd* o go into hi IUM and the tailor u-ould give m instruction* at to what to do. The fnllouipg morning, the ihoe? \ti armed in tou-n. he counted I i ,:x houses from the synagogue J u mi in to tee the tailot. "What i n I Jo for you." as^ed the tailor. e il:i>ema^er amu'ered: "7 had a urn. and in this dream 1 was in' tutr.l to see you. and you would me what to do." The tailor f/r.i at the shoemaker and said him / do not believe in dreams. ey are nlly. Last night. 1 had a dm telling me that there was a I sun huned ouuide the house of %  iat\er by the name of ohm m a little tillage nearby. r'nii^ for a moment that ould go Jig it up?" "Tfcanl; you. the -li.'rma^er." Thereupon sfiorma^er returned home, and te in 11"tit of hit house he lod liir rrej.ure. Doej thu not • that faith can manifest I in ir-' unpredictable ways' Sn ! ilui -.. honor Hoy Seoul Week Berkowlti Troop ,,nd Cub Pack ".MI win part Idpan Quest speaker: Frederick Sturm, chairman of District |, .Miami Scouting; <'olin<-ll. Topic KuiMlam. nlals ol Scouting and What Thoy l.ead To." Saturday :ICI a.m. Oueel Cantol Da vld Ja.i.l, BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her•on. Cantor Hymin Fein. Friday l:is p.m ptermon "Hani Centennial — The Dream thai Bet ime %  Realttj HMurdai •• m Hebr. a w-hooi atiidt-nta to participate. Samuel rlrayaon to read Weekl) Portion Sermon: "TinBssvatsUi t'ommandmeal SETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Friday >:to p.m. Saturday to %  m Sermon: "our F.motiona— D ivine." ra This Sabbath is also Tu B'Shevat, 'Ithe fifteenth day of the Hebrew I month of Shevat, which our breth ren in Israel celebrate as the New KAUI IflNAffD SHOTft | Year of Trees, for Tu B'Shevat marks the transition in nature from dormant winter to verdant green. Of all the festivals celebrated by our people, this is perhaps the most closely related with nature. The ever presence of the Almighty TH ISRAEL. aooo Praam .v.. or can be seen in the trees and flowers about us. and through such phe ,hodo,, "••>"' •• Loui. Rottman. nomena in nature as is described in the Five Books of Moses In celebration of Tu B'Shevat, the children in Israel plant small saplings. As the roots of these saplings burrow deeply into the soil they aid in the conservation of the land; for with the eventual shade and lumber which they produce, the small saplings provide life for Israel. We. too, must care for the young saplings of our community The roots of our Tree of Life, the Torah, must penetrate deeply within us and our children. It must become part of our everyday experience co ? RE OAT J?.. N ETZ CHAIM. OS intertwined within every facet of our lives. "' r,h<>d0 RlbD1 Ch m BETH RAPHAEL. Orthodox. 13S NW 3rd ave BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky. rrldH\ ,:4, pin Saturday I it %  m Sermon: -Are We Spiritual!) PreP Sermon al i IS p.m "Our .lewiah Future." TALES OF MORALS There is a tale about a mighty King who lived in great splendor. His palace was beautifully furnish ed. wealth was evident throughout, many servants were in his employ, but the King was extremely unhappy. His counselors attempted to cheer him up all to no avail. .' Finally, one day one of his counlelors said to the King that there is one cure he feels would bring him happiness that a search be instituted for a I erv happy man and if the King u'nuld don the shin :hat the happy man wears, the King in return u'ottld be very happy. After a lengths learcS, the King's • messenger rame upon a hobo. Thu mendicant had no worries, no responsibilities and though dressed in 'agv teemed to be quite happy and contented. The King's messenger atk\ed this hobo if he were truly happy, and the hobo replied that he was the most happy man in the world Whereupon the messenger inquired if they might have the use of his shirt, and the hobo replied: "/ ain't got no shirt." MORAL: It is not the material possessions that mak.es man happy, but rather the person's outloot, and .' %  nlentment u'lth his lot. lebrtw {**, om-enaiion KNOW YOUR HERITAGE n n jgp n 'n mirr-p n-n V?x T I l V It :vstf ,r\\m*? OIDJ rrm v -: T : • TT I Tira DTDio .r^y nx -ar DTny itarnatoro JBTT) D'liina^ nnfcyi • -: r v i • Sources of Hebrew Language And Religion in Past Experience Was Hebrew ever a deed latV*fJMaTf No. Unlike Latin, the knowledge' ] of Hebrew was never limited to j l l a tiny proportion of the total Jew-11 ish population. The language was|| always spread and used for the most ordinary secular activities, as well as for the erudite. a e e Was Judaism aver a missionary ratio, ran? Yes. In fact, the New Testament sneers against the Pharisees for "n *?!# riuom nDtvn ra %  cr 8in 8 | and and sea ,n order to T T I •• procure one proselyte. Later prosiin HDlprin *?tt, n*?X Pal ylitism was modified, partly • U.na.nW Ikn tirv>i^itc (HMTon/liiriHl CANDllUGHTING TIME 14 Shevat — 5:52 p.m. Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. PHda) I !". pin Siiiiinri "Mow IN,*--* Qod Speak to Man Today?" Saturday MI Bai Mltsvab: Stephen, eon "f Mr and Mis ilarold Kane a TEMPLE BETH EL. 1645 Polk et.. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. a TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe at Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreiber. Fllda> l' in S.iluidav V a.m. Karlinaky. a iORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. P.O. Box 34-0S4. Miami. Rabbi Sam. uel April. JADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18160 NW 2nd •• Conservative. Cantor Emanuel Mandcl. Pitnar o.li i M Student! to mai k Tu 11 Shevat Saturday a.m. -"LAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW Slat pi Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chafe Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein. eve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniab i> and I l'• p.m. Sermon: Cantor Oavlo Convieer. Sabbath of Do lag." aoUttrdar I Tt Idai • IS a.m Sermon: A Tree al 1 ni. \. ,\ Life in nroarltaj in I.raH — • —— i ;" i. .i in Bar Mitxiah: Mai Hll F*M RPFORM JEWISH CON. .dm. i...n ..f Mr. arid Mm .M.rriOREQATION. 1150 W. ttth st.. HiaKantalei laah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. a Friday v || p.m Baraa u a ivhan TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. leaoo NW idlce and Inloli-i an-e Qtve Way 22nd ave. Conaervative. Rabbi to I'nderatandlna and Raapact.'' t*n-ir • >.ilili.it boasta: Mr aaxl .Mi-. Murray m honor of th* birth. I,I> ..r Ih, it -iiii. Martin. Sheldon Edward*. Cantor Btn Grossberg Friday 1:11 p.m. Sermon: "Sajre of a Nation." Saturday '.< v m Sermon: •"Growlnar Up." Hat MHxvah: Steven, HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 3030 m.n ..f Mr and Mm. Irvlnn Itoaenlhal. Polk st. Conaervative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. —_ # ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday % %  IS and I II p.m Bai i nu n l''t. iliim SaturdatJ I a.m. liar! Mltxvah at ."• :M p m llru. .-. .-..u of Mi .ind MrBamual K.-ran. who will Friday evening Inea: Shakaspaara be traced to Jewish sources? Some scholars point to the name, lr """ '•'•"lay e venin g u,. K rfh a bha fc Shelah, "Shelach." in the book of KNESETH isPtVc'ruis Euclid ave Gen. 10:24 and 11:19 as thev also ihrough the timidity engendered ?"" ,e the name / w h th ,^ .1X0 7111 KiH in the age of persecution and part Biblical name Iscoh. "Yisco. I W ..i nntinainrl ~ n ITotl 11'Ml ly from the wholesome realization mentioned in Gen. 11:29. prayer book speaks of the Cedars of Lebanon. Are any of the cedars still there? It is estimated that the remain ing cedars are about 400 in num Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Kiiii.iv 1 :•. .. ii.) v :'..i pin Gueat %  |>aali •-II >i Mortffner A Robbina, national vlee praaldant, Btonlal *"KHiilxation "t America: Jacob i-i-hm.ni trace praaldant, J.'i-h National F u n .1 Conn. II ..f lireater Miami Subjecl MaturtM) of Hoaaj." Saturda) I ;" a m. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Herschell Seville. Cantor Joseph Saliman. who \>iii hoal .-Tialdtat. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor larael Reich. a TFMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th et. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Naret. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. a TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Canter Herman Gottlieb. Prldaj v ji p m B ar mots: "The P ower ..f the Written Word Fellowahlp Hour. Mrshosiian.i BpaettM Qrean l-iat. of ih.Hebrev Academj f.onlt>. to I....I and Intarprel poetry of 4'hnlm \.o Inn..ti lliallk. < UH-K Shahl*i hoaua: Dr. and Mis Bernard \ aar. Saturdaj I .a %  m Maayoualra. Temple ~. rvk • IS M a.m. ron D'l^ii) l 7 ?a~11ia (that the key to Heaven is not the! ,„ *' J_~ exclusive property of any single' r TT\ n?i •? ^Kiftra on sect. £ •'-• T %  • e e th w Tj?pn D'K'POO oni .nnon ^ n^na -Kinxi ^""Z\ n %  ihe word is B oi ; b r Man >' o f ,hcm arc aboul ,0 • v-T • TI -i TBe Origin OI me wora is "• d f MO NTICELLO PARK. 1*4th at. and „f adult .duration ooarae to be honcertain. According to some u K „ -w... i-YiHL .bt I NB itth ava. Conservative. Rabbi .„. .1 Plrat arrader, to be conaeeeatad. ti ,iti.. it /.„m. from the Hei cumference. They indicate that. M M _.p.rtta. Cantor BsnZ.en Harmon: '-education in Even OeaerHUriON TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Cantor Samuel Oomberg. F'rlday T. :| and S:ll p.m '.radiiat. %  • T Press In Israel V B n Yehuda *ere alive today thonties, it comes from the Hebrew word "Bhet." which means "divorce," i.e., divorced from the rest of the general community. According to others, it is of Latin derivation, stemming from the Italian "Borgbetto." with the first they are about 1,000 or more years old. e e e Whet dees the Bible say about the visit ef the Queen of Sheha te King Solomon? Kirschenbaum. Irlday .'. .10 and 1:11 p.m Sermon: "Life on Short Order." Han Mltsvah: Maraha. dauvlil.-r f Mt and Mi* Simon Hall. Saturday l:4S a.m Sermon "Throw a I: %  ..an Objacl r aeanil liar Mltsvah Warren, eon Frll.V of Ml and Mrs. Harry S.hoir. a.m. Sermon: w t.| The story is found in the 10th [ NO RTH OAOC CENTER, ISSM W to wss in Venice, and "Ghetto "'"ed shop wnJcn ; j was the word used to describe the **.*> • MJMAtjMM -jm He would Z tolTJl^ !" triced for Jews only. -ht of ) his eyes, rifteen c .n the name Shylock used r ncus Paperi ,„ pubUshed W) ln Isr el •lift |ilrj and tens of •nd monthlies. Perhaps even find it difficult to ,~V ,sraeli newspapers of to* the diffp rence between the •! Myle of today and '"at period is very great. ** %  'he newspaper, in bi '' M and on) •* rio ""• nd fulfu, an important ^PonMble func „ on in ^ I"" state. ,b J by Brit i vrU oiamit) Henry him because of his international i „, nSttoint fame for his great wisdom. Upon Kv meeting Solomon, she exclaimed: "Thy wisdom exceedeth the fame which I heard." Thu page u prepared in cooperation with the .Spiritual Leaden of the Greater Miami Rabbin ual Aim, Rabbi Yaakov G Ro^nherg Coordinator CONTSIBFTOSS Rabhi David Hrrson Tal and Gems of Wudora RiKoi B Leon Hurwita Knou' Tour Heritage attoo." Saturday S:45 "Waakh Fortion." TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12108 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno Wallach. p.m. Sftnion: "Review of llcn-Hui Saturday 11 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Spencer, Son of Mr. and Mr-*. Seymour Fox TEMPLE TIPERETM JACOB K1 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Friday 1:18 |.in Otaaat a|naker: Dr. NORTH SHORE CENTER. SSD 75th st ifcljKEl ,x, 1 ''" l v ; v".T""'-. S"" h Canservative. Rabbi Mayer Abr.m %  "'' %  %  .' "fJ-wlah National Fund. owlU. Cantor Edward Klein. filSS* 1 'J"w?^ ^'i V h i > "'i Ainold. eon of Mi. and Mra Bernard I HI .\ l:S0 i> m. Saturday S a.m. her, Blonder. mm: "Weesll I'ortlon." a > Okelica. t> m Sermon: "Ten RuK-a Saturday J a.m. Who were the Essenes? They were a party in Judaism, as were the Sadducees and Phari pHdau I i. m Oaeaa: avesker: Paroj SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643S SW Sth at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Frif.lland.-r. .-halrman of thf Ain.'itcaelam rommlttae, Jrwleh War Veteran* le|iartm.nt of Hrida. Topi.*: M\ Peopla'a Ktrrnal Drama." a TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. sees. The meaning of the name is not entirely clear. According to some authorities the word means %  shy." and according to other, it means "healers." because they devoted themselves to the healing rirMay v i' m I'nlrted hidn last _. ,. „_-i,.o NK l7N "' aVrmon "Ten Commandof the sick. These three parlies ,„f n Pnundatlon .f Our Human %  J ,. ik. ,i,,. c „f thp rreaBorlety Ones ShaM.nt boats: Mr lived during the days of ine crea |ri(| Ml M rll ( „ ,, en ,„ n „ n „ r „, TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th et. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred W. man. Cantor Jacob Geldfarb. Frldny S:.tO pm Sermon: "TheEternal Sons of larael." Senior KoclaJ Group I., sSt on aor Bat. Kriday I 11 „ ,.. Oueet s,,.ak.-, Louie I .Kc^lrt i ""••> "• %  "• S. hwartxman exeoutlv. moneon victory over tne uretR> a ,,, ,,„.,, ,,,„ ,, „ -r..i.i. .168 BCE). TEMPLE BETH AM. 5*50 N. Kendall dr., • Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert 'What Makiw a .1. K:tS m. Hrx-clal Tu B'Shevm



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PAGE FOUR CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS FEBRUARY 12, 19^ Hotels, Accountants, Physicians Dentists Divisions Ready for Drive Dentists' Division makes early plans to involve all members of their profession in this year's campaign and to call for "greater heights of generosity to cope with CJA's greater needs." Left to right are Dr. Arthur Sokoloff, co-chairman for Town Dentists, Dr. Richard Deotch, general chairman of Dentists; and Dr. Bertram J. Thorpe, Miami Beach co-chairman. Chairman of CJA Accountants' Division A. B. Wiener (left) will get a strong assist from Milton Sadoff and Howard Miller this year. "We may be entering our busiest time of year, but there is a strong sense of community responsibility among our associates," A. B. said at an organizing session in his office last week. Dr. Louis Lemberg, co-chairman, Miami Physicians' Division. Dr. William Abelove, co-chairman, Miami Physicians' Division. Among the many physicians devoting volunteer hours to CJA are Of*. Stanley T. Axelrod, Stanley Frehling (Physicians' Division chairman), and Sanford Levine, pictured above. They are shown at work during a campaign planning session on a chilly Sunday morning last week. David Levinson (left) and Preston Tisch (right) have accepted the co-chairmanship of the Hotels Division in the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal. An all-out effort will be made this year to secure full participation of hotel owners in the campaign Constituting the economic backbone of Miami Beach, the Hotel Industry is expected to make a major contribution to Jho 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal drive. They turned out to the than in 1959. successful Builders Dinner Left to right are Al Blumberc. Ha ? m ?" presenf gave 90 P ercenf !" omDerg, H r Y "'/derrnan, Jim Aberman, and Jo* Gittleman. Among those who helped the Builders' Dinner reach record increases were (left to right) Arthur Spolter, Harry Alexander, and Irving Katz, shown with CJA general chairman Harold Thurman. ^^^T^^^t'V^ r {r re a !" 0 *owho hTped to stimulate *ome years In the Architects group, and^ me moTo/^ "• '"'" ""* • WOfker ** me mber of Federation's Board of Governors.



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PAGE SIX CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS FEBRUARY 1 2 SPONSORS' TEA ACHIEVES DRAMATIC RISE IN WOMEN'S GENEROSITY TO 0, CJA DIVISION SPCiSORSTEA I Due to the efforts of the members of the Attendance Committee for the Sponsors' Tea, this women's function was another great success. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Harry Orleans, Mrs. William Bernstein and Mrs. Oscar Sindell. Two charming members of the Sponsors' Tea committee who contributed greatly to the success of the affair are (left) Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink and (right)] Mrs. George Graham. Planning the CJA "Do it Yourself" luncheon for the FJWO Board of Governors are (left to right) Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, chairman of hospitality, and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, president of Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations. They're "Donors PLUS" givers to CJA-which makes them "Women of the Year." (They gave $52 plus 5c a day-or more-for one year). Mrs. Sheldon Kay (right) will hostess a "Women of the Year" coffee at her home in Bay Heights, Feb. 24. With her are (left) Mrs. Harry PlatoK and Mrs. Henry Seitlin (center) "***w* 1 iwi !" iiii l ) lMl< f-mil fmnm6 %  Mrs. Minnie Solomon (left) and Mrs. Harold Melnick gladly sign up for the CJA Donors' Club with smashing increases of 280 percent. "We know we must give more in 1960 because thousands look to us for help," they said. *m> am. r iras^rsrs svs Msstr*" d H Arthur Kalish, assistant executive director of the Jewish Home for the Aged, shows some of the Home's extensive medical equipment to Mrs. Lillian Goodman and her daughter, Mrs. Jacob Glassman, a Donors' Club member The Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami is an important beneficiary of the Combined Jewish Appeal • %  • Miami Pioneer Women CJA. They plan to co own members and seci" gifts in 1960." Left i Mr. Isaac Pushkin. *JJ Queen, president of ^~ chapter, and Mrs. O***^ past president of this



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7, February XT, 1960 +Jewish thrknan M Eisendrath e* tw Citation ,i:l.PFTTA -one of Amor fremost religious leaders, l^inoN. Eisendrath.' of the Union of Ameriftw i mgregatlons, has hed to receive the first Freedom Citation from pel of the Four Chaplains jdrlphia. k-csentation will be made Ini a special ceremony in at 4 p.m Iking the announcement, Inicl A. Poling, chaplain, lat Rabbi Eisendrath was lior his unrelenting battle Iho shabby spectres of im1 bigotry and reaction that | I the spiritual foundations r-mocratic society." tiling also praised Rabbi %  th "for his fearless bat|nst injustice and for his imaginative leadership lUnlon of American Hekngregations in strength.merican Raform in JoPage 13-8 Iv of the chapel's threeike-up, Dr. Poling paid Rabbi Eisendrath, "for }cring efforts in bringing bser ties among ProtestIholics anl Jews through MOITON fwtr programs of interfaith cooperation." The principal address will be delivered by Dr. Shane McCarthy,; executive director of the Presi-: dents Council on Youth Fitness and a member of the faculty at Georgetown and Catholic Universities. Lehrman 'Archbishop' for a Day; Priestly Benediction in Yarmulke beer, called-many things Mime. bit never ArchIDr. Irving Lehrman, | ""triple Emanujori Wr4res1lay* .1 Church. hd Pino Trfe dr.. marked (niversarj last week. Dr. ond of Canon |l Taylor, Minister of All .uepls ut honor. the program, the Rattled greeting* to the cole[hen, the Rt. Rev. Titus, the Episcopal Diocese, •r the benediction. for a moment, he sudPared: "I can not deliver Illy benediction in the ll Rabbi Lehrman. As the origiMri is in Heho would be able to it more appropriately of the Chosen bon. Dear. Titus appointprmar. Archbishop LehrL invited him to join the h "T. called many things me, wt never an Archthe Temple Emanu-El padei exclaimed. "This 1 >armulke. •he black skullcap on "d. he placed one hand boulder of Canon Taylor. Dean Titus placed a second hand ; on the other shoulder. "Yivorechechoh Adonai viyish-~ mirechah." Dr. LehiTOan-nwin.' May the Lord bless you and keep you," Dean Titus translated. "Yoair Adonai ponov aylechuh vechunekah." he continued "You know." Dr. Lehrman refPeated..;Wednesday, reminiscing have been called many things in' my time, but never, an Archbishop." Perry Throws Hat in Ring Miami attorney Morton Lee Perryhas announced his candidacy for the Dade County Small Claims Couyt, judgeship. w< ^ Perry, a University of Miami law graduate who has practiced law in Dade county during the past ten years, pledeed to "restore confidence" to this judicial position. Perry said that "a majority of the large number of persons who como in contact with this court have never before set foot in a courtroom. Their experience before the judge will indelibly remain with thorn as being representative of the workings of our civil courts system of justice." He said that the position, when properly administered, "affords the opportunity for one to make a significant contribution to community service." Perry is a charter member of Miracle Masonic Lodge, a past president of Isaac Levin Lodge of B'nai B'rith, and member of Sholem Lodge, a former officer and director of the Beth David Men's Club, and has been affiliated with local civic and welfare groups, including the Junior Chamber of Commerce, Young Democrats. American Legion and Mental Health Society. Ho Is a member of the American Bar, and the Florida and Dade County Bar Assns. Perry served overseas with the 20th Air Force and was based on Saipan during World War II. He is 35 and married to the former Priscilla Rosenfeld. who hold the position of associate director of the Florida regional office of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith prior to the birth of their daughter. "Corsage for You" is a new restore of The Jewish Floridian. A corsage is fr-Jtrfeer the f/skingi and wNt-totj'pt%s-<*h>etMo each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah if requested a month in advance. Or. Wolf son in Talk The fifth lecture in a series on I "The Art of Happy Living" will be i given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson at i the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th 1st. and Ocean ct., Wednesday, 8 1 p.m. Topic is "Learn to Live With Your Nerves.— The lecture will be 'repeated by Dr. Wolfson at the Blackstone Hotel for Rtired People on Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. Jack Bell to be Speaker Weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith will be held Tuesday noon aj, the DiLido hotel. Gershon S.-Miller is chairman. Miami Herald columnist I Jack Bell will be guest speaker. | Dr. Abraham Wolfson will present a current events reports from I.— rael. Then go no further! Our isptrt catering, staff will orrange y 0uf pony r j g fc t ; ow to the lust silver eshlroy. fnjogemestj, wodtfioft, far Mitiroht, • %  rthssysdewm ow very special hondlme, Qjf? W*LDMA N'8 Dietary laws jr?C>srryBT fc#=l Heserveaions \f MOTEL J| 1-0761 ON THE OCEAN 20th to 21st STREETS. Donald Serkin Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Donald Serkin on Saturday morning. Fob 13. at Beth David Congrega tion. Cantor William Lipson will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Donald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Serkin. He attends the eighth grade at Shenandoah Junior High and Beth David religious school. Out-of-town guests will include his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Silberman. an uncle. Sam Silberman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gelberman. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rosenblum, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rosenblum, all of Nashville. Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs Louis Kirschbaum. Minneapolis, Minn ; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fisher. Baton Rouge, La.; Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Bloom, Jacksonville, Fla.: and Mr. and Hit Louis Gross and Mr. and Miv Ed Barr. Philadelphia, Pa. see Bruce Koran Saturday afternoon services. Feb. 13. at the Israelite Center will include the Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Koran. Bruce is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Koran, 2180 SW 20th It. Folkrariog the 5:30 p.m. religious J ceremony, a reception in his honor 'will be held in the Centers Social Hall. Bruce is a student in the Israelite Center religious school, and attends Shenandoah Junior High. Miss Claire Neiman. of Philadelphia, the Bar Mitzvah's aunt, will be among out-of-town guests. • • Malcolm Kantzlor Bar Mitzvah of Malcolm Kantz!er will take place during Saturday morning services, Feb. 13, of Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Malcolm is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Kantzler, 970 W. 48th M. He is a student in the Beth Sholom confirmation class of 5722. • • • Michael Hyman Temple Zion will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Hyman on Saturday morning, Feb. 13. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will off.ciate. Michael is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Hyman, newcomers from Brooklyn. NY. He attends eighth grade at Riviera Junior High and Temple Zion religious school David Michelson David N Michaelaen, son of Dr. and Mn. Donald D. Michael 435 Aledo ave... Coral Gable-, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. Feb. 13. of Temple Israel. Rabbi Joseph R. N'arot will officiate. Israel-Made Products Listed Erwin R. Stern Associates, of 5750 NW 32nd ct.. have announced a number of Israel-made food products in the State of Florida. Included are Aviv Matzos. for the forthcoming Passover holidaj Elite chocolates, bars, boxed and hard candies; Telma. kosher concentrated soups of all kinds; and Menora Candles, for Holy I) .iyand daily purposes. All products will bo Kosher for Passover, Stern emphasized, and aro being manufactured under the supervision of the chief rabbinate of Israel. Another new product from Israel are the "Holy Land Gladiolus Bulbs," now being sold by Stevens Mar kets here. Food Crafters, Inc.. has accepted the local distribution of all food stuffs from Israel to supermarkets and independent grocers in Greater Miami, according to Irving Fien, owner and operator. In announcing the new products, Stern declared that "they will prove to be an excellent and sound economic foundation between the United States and Israel. The flow of products into Florida will also amount to a significant figure because of their excellence and competitive price JAVMQRE Private Pool Beach and Cabana Colony HOTEL At 24th ST., MIAMI HACN JE 1-0311 • Alr-Condltiened Roeme • Private Beach and Poc e Parking en Pnmmi • Coaktail Lounga o Dining Room e entertainment 8 Dally Par Pare. "Dhlt. Occ. TO MAI. 20 Erwin R. Stern (left) being congratulated by Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman for taking on exclusive sales of Israel-made products in the State of Florida. Mental Health Film Dae "What Make Your Heart Act Up?" is the topic of a new series j of programs on psychosomatic I medicine sponsored by the Mental L Health Society of Greater Miami; on Tuesday evening at the Miami Public Library Auditorium. Dr. Irwin S. Jacobs, psychiatrist, and Dr. Leonard Brodsky. both on the faculty of the University of Miami school of medicine, will speak. Social Singles Tell Policy B'nai B'rith Social Singles was to hold its regular membership meeting at the Roney Plaza hotel Thursday evening. Feb. 11. Harry Wolff, recently-installed president, was to discuss a new membership policy. Next affair sponsored by the group is Saturday evening in the Imperial room of the Roney Plaza. SENSATIONAL COSHER MEAIS INC. Day Par Person Double Occupancy March 13—Apr. 1 IS of I IS Rooms Dther rt avail. Dietary laws A Sabbath Observed Full lima Mashgiech. Religious services daily on promises. Special salt free and diabetic dial. Steaks, (hops and Roasts daily. Free TV in every room. Parking. Beach Chairs and 15 ether features. ON THE OCEAN PRIVATE BEACH ANO POOt CABANA CHJB 1741 Collins Ave. Jl 8-5711 Miami Beach Cantor Konigtberg Will Conduct the Passover Services and Seders accomp. ay Popular symphonic Choir RESERVE NOW RATES ON cEQUEST s.1111 M.CT S OHtn LVtKYOAY o (ft, NW. 5*5T. T TA.M &J0PM T Ph. PL 9-7996 %  .Mm.**.. ft.*



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Pc = Page 4-A +Je*lstrkrldNari OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO M1NDLIN Executive Editor "Jewish Floridian mf* er.ry Frid.y taUII by The **+$£** orlda. under the Act of March 3. %  • Published at <%  • Flo Th. Vwl.h Klorldtan does not guarantee the Kanhruth Tb nf,h H OT K?,3l.e .dvertlwd In %  rolumns^ Friday, February 12. I960 T HE MOST interesting thing about Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman's address before a session of the United Jewish Appeal at the Fontainebleau hotel Sunday was what he did not say. The Ambassador prais ed America* Jfiwiy for its role since World War II in the vast mrwinc one and a quarter million fellow Jews "from countries :.S5 to EveTo countries in which they sought to live. There IsVo pa^elm history." Harman declared, to this outpouring of gencrosity. during the week as i see it • • by LEO MINDLIN %  %  SUB r$5.00 On i ?n at Ba mt Be Mr Asl sel La the As; Mc Cei ch. Ho the Loi ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER ...._ Correspondent The Consistent Hate Monger The principle of free speech and a free press is an inherent American liberty. No one would suggest it is to be violated—not even in the name of expediency. It was this belief that recently prompted us to criticize Dr. Adenauer in these columns when the German leader suggested thrashing for persons caught in rabble-rousing acts and public anti-Semitic statements. We sympathize with Virginia Jewish leader Irving Berman for the heat of anger he experienced when he tried sevrral days ago to seize hate literature from the hands of a Lincoln Rockwell follower on a Washington, D.C. street corner. Whether or not Berman was right in his contention that the literature could hardly claim the right to distribution in the name ot free speech is a matter the courts will decide. It would, however, be well to remember that seizure and censorship may just as readily be applied to truly democratic utterances if once a gualification is attached to the basic American liberty—the reason incidentally for our reservations with respect to Dr. Adenauer's thrashing gambit. But this is a far cry from the absurd decision of the American Civil Liberties Union to defend the Lincoln Rockwell puppet in the name of flying to the support of freedom of Epeech and the press. Even more absurd were the two Jewish attorneys who submitted to the degrading of their faith out of a misguided "turn the other cheek" attitude. It is one thing to express genuine concern for the destiny of our rights as citizens living in a democratic society—even where an extreme interpretation of these rights may occasionally prove offensive to us. It is quite another thing to bow in fawning subservience before the enemy in a vain effort to teach him an object lesson. Lincoln Rockwell was more consistent with his beliefs than were the Jewish attorneys — however odious these beliefs may be—when he greeted them with a "Sieg Heil." On* Yea Volume 33 SCRIPTION RATES: Three Veare $10.00 Number 7 Friday. February 12. 1960 14 Shevat 5720 remarkable thing about it all. he observed, is that our contribuTion ,o the moving process was made without coercior^a contribution 'based only on Jewish understanding and solidarity. Here. Perhaps the Ambassador failed to respond, as naturally he might, to The psvehic pressures American Jews have felt abou Israel-pressures which force their ultimate if silent identif.cat.on with the fate of German Jewry and that shape Israel as their own place of refuge the event of catastrophe. Therefore to sav that we have experienced no coercion is to deny the inherent sense of preservation within us throughout history. For certainly American Jews are no more secure than were their co-reli* ionists in an abundant number of other seemingly sympathetic host countries It seems to me that this point demands emphasis not as a refutation of anything Ambassador Harman may have said^for in such a context it would be a petit point indeed—but as a means of ... .. ...i. „..i..,,iii .,n,i iiuilishlv risine in our own it is I No Change for Herter Secretary of State Christian Herter's announcement this week with respect to the U.S. hope that the United Nations will find a solution to the Suez Canal problem is consistent with Administration policy of the past. What it does is to rely on the do-nothing capabilities of the UN in this matter, thus maintaining the Middle East status quo while courting Nassers favor through a sanctimonious 9 !" I. v Mr. Herter is hardly concerned that the UAR leader continues to violate international u. C .. „. -,-.„. law but he is concerned with throwing back Mt. \||ia| C Vl^lOfl Fll f Pf. into the lap of the United Nations a hot potato •* %  % %  IVII I III IIIICU the Administration does not want to handle Fully assured that the UN can't handle it either, our government is thus assured of easy sailing ahead in the general direction these days of reestablishing Nasser's respectability. Natural Order of Things Tu B'Shevat, the fifteenth day of the Hebrew month Shevat, is a minor but joyous holiday in the Jewish calendar. For Israel, its major significance is the celebration of Arbor Day—the rejuvenation of Ihe land, its trees and produce. For Jews throughout the world, Tu B'Shevat is a time to contemplate on the union between man and God through the seasonal changes in nature. As humankind multiplies its differences by emphasizing nations and borderlines, races and ideologies, this holiday serves to remind us that unity is really the natural order of things. SUCn a ........ preventing us from inadvertently self-esteem. If our role thus seems inevitable rather than magnanimous, also unfinished. Of the one and a quarter million Jews moved, according to the Ambassador, one million elected Israel as their new home-a choice, he said, "which is Israels great reason for existence and source of pride." NOT KtALlX A BAD RtCOKD jT WAS THIS large influx, he observed, "that permitted us in May, 1948 to break open a door through which our people could come— and that kept it open despite our being beseiged and beleaguered." For numbers added up to possession no less than to a stout corps of defenders when war broke out. The vast majority of these newcomers are today settled in industry and agriculture "for which they brought with them neither the necessary means nor skill." The vast majority, Ambassador Harman quipped, are taxpayers—"a good indication of rootedness. no matter how much people may grumble about it." But despite the successes, there are "black spots," areas of Israeli experience indicating that American Jewry's role remains unfinished. The principal sore, he declared, is housing, which has been unable to keep pace wth the swiftly moving level of immigration. "It is not really a bad record." the Ambassador noted, "that, in a 12-year period, only 90.000 out of more than one million newcomers live in sub-standard quarters today." On the other hand, he quickly emphasized, "these are not merely statistics. These are people—people forced to accept the slum conditions of the Ma'abarah. To this deceptively optimistic figure must be added the carriers of infectious disease and the chronically ill aged who would be denied entry to any other country—but to whom the gates of Israel were opened. "The least we could do for them." Harman observed, "was to let the victims of European holocaust live out their broken lives in dignity—the crippled symbol of awful Jewish catastrophe." These "black-spots," he said, feed on themselves and are capable of breeding social sicknesses of contagious proportion. In the face of these difficulties, the gains of the past must be consolidated; the task before us must be completed. THE IMMEDIATE TASK fEEOffE US J^OW LONG WILL it go on? Is this a bottomless pit? Will.it never fill up? To these rhetorical questions. Ambassador Harman replied w.th hope: The "black spots" ought not obscure the achievements -the upward of 900.000 immigrants during the past 12 years who have since been positively integrated; the $248 million level of exports in 1959 as compared with $48 million in 1949; the 400 000 children attending school today as opposed to 70-odd thousand' following liberation. • "We face no problem." Ambassador Harman concluded; "not he ivo Z !" pac ,v ,0 "Ive. w e have for ged in this period a comun tiefTlr / ) gv ps,es -he scattered remnants of worid comSSKCSJW g a SCnSe f iden,if,ab| e "a" !" -! P"de and necc'strilfi n ,K an ** eSS ,han a PP' ud ebut It Hoes not necessarily answer the questions relating to how long the task must Si: J" ** %  M*"* Suffice it to say .Sat Amb.ssTdor soc !" disease n ul*^"X *"" ,his pi,hy ,nou S h,: the 9+ social disease of Ma abarah life is contagious far beyond its low statistical inc.dence-that. like a plague, it can destroy aK Jains made Maa T ba C rot aSk M US? """ ,0 ** blind to lhe need < •** <** the A CHANGE IN 0FHNG F0* MAT threat U ofw a n r S a a nC t b / >0,n f d i n Syria ***** N a**' renews the ago announced*" ISfael P r ime Minister Ben-Gurion several days mmT r T^Zl^ g T rn T ent i intention of "PP'ng the purchase of deal I t h TAF TineL^ r 8d K" t e Wake of n •*" %  vow !" *MF to To noJi of Z. Sh0uW the Uni,ed Nations f a to do so refer HU nrel~ frenl P happenings did Ambassador Harman h.psod"edon d uoh SS i r -. A bba Eban "** h ve most assuredly perP^ti^ d o^erfl?n! e rt r C r ,rrent events-or viewed in historical Kyss S SLSST ,sraeii conunuum m0fe immediate JewilrApS:^tcK•^ B We i •" ,ein ; gene^a, Ch irm n Unlted t^^iXmS^t^r i s no le •** 5 *• M r in some inexplic.blewav T V.? S !" ^' h "PPeni"gs is significant o the achievement of the medical goals its pro"Pon it betrayed a severe r a If Be ns,e n felt impelled to remark fess.onal and lay leadership has long envis•*• far too early to till l-K^" 1 T" ,han eemed ""*"" nostication. but some chanw %  m.'.i w '.I k ,ntu,,10n r,tner than *"*" Appeal structure and philolohv K '" th ,' fin8 r Uni,e<, Jewis eientlv potent to hivMn,^." 1 Change s,i "ndened while suffiever heard f r ed ,he m,ld e UJA campaign talk I have The Israel Bond Conference Greater Miami is preparing to welcome the Israel Bond Organization's national inaugural conference here on the weekend of Feb. 25. The conference will mean the arrival of such world-renowned personalities as former President Harry S. Truman and Israel Minister of Agriculture Moshe Dayan. President Truman's significance to the occasion—his leadership in America's immediate recognition of the State of Israel in 1947—is but a single page in the chronicle of achievements that marked his Presidency through two terms. Gen. Dayan's present position is a step in the direction of world statesmanship—a step far from the gunbark of the Sinai campaign, when he was Israel's Chief of Staff and architect of a military endeavor that has already achieved the mark of being one of the most brilliant in human history. These leaders and many others will tell the assembled Israel Bond delegates about plans for the organization's 1960 campaign. The conference is already shaping up to be one of the most exciting the bond drive ever held. The years-long dream that envisioned the erection of a new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami has become a reality. The eight-story medical institution standing proudly above Biscayne Bay on Collins Island, dedicated in December, is now open around the clock, catering to the manifold and complex health needs of the community. Some 240 patients and new-born infants have moved from Mt. Sinai's old quarters. And as if to symbolize the importnace of the historic occasion, a baby burst upon the scene of life in the hospital's sparkling, still-unused Maternity Wing during the midst of the five-hour transfer operation. The dream is fulfilled in the sense that Mt Sinai will now be housed in quarters suitable loned. But the never-ending quest for scientific discovery and the round-the-clock task of guarding the health needs of the community are trusts the hospital will continue to bear in the future as it has in the past. •^Wfaasss srsf w M w s """'



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Friday. February 12. 1960 ^Jenisii nor Minn Page 3-B Hadassah Hits Arab Boycott Assist NEW YORK-(JTA)-A NMOstl\ tion sharply criticizing the United States Government for succumbing to th< Arab boycott of Israel BaTring owflerVoT Tiny C. S. • ships engaged in business with Is: rael from bidding for naval contracts was adopted here this weal by more than 200 leaders of Ha-i dassah at the organization's midwinter conference. The resolution called upon "American business to resist the illegal Arab boycott of Israel with every legal means at its com-1 mand The resolution also called '• upon the United States Govern-: ment "categorically to oppose the Injection of racial or religious discrimination against -American citizens in the administration of 1 any treaties or executive agreements to which the United States Government or any of its agencies affixes its signature." The resolution charged that "dej Mrs. Benjamin Gottesman. treasurer of Hadassah, reported that the D. S. and R. H. Gottesman Foundation had contributed $250.000 in memory of D. Samuel and Jeanc H. Gottesman toward the $25,000,000 .'.'sdassah-Hebrew University Medical Center neanng completion in Jerusalem. Hadassah will embark upon an unprecedented shekel-selling cam-. paign in connection with the 25t'i World Zionist Congress scheduled to convene in Jerusalem next December. This was disclosed in %  joint announcement by Dr. Miriam K. Freund, national president of Hadassah, Miss Julliet N. Benj;. min, Hadassah's chairman of the I'nited States Shekel and Election Board, and Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson, Hadassah's national chairman for Zionist affairs. Teens make gifts for pre-school tots as part of the community service program of the youth clubs of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Shown are Susan Chassner and Sandy Kate (left), representing Gamma Chi Omega Club which made stuffed animals for presentation to the children of I s pit f inclusion of the Morsethe early childhood development program of the Center Re^ v,,s 1( Ame dmen < n the Mutual ceiving the animal, on behalf of me nurse^^hS, children ^^ ^^ S fPgUard aKa,nS, are Janice Schaffer and Gary Amaton (right). Brothwhoci Program Slated Women to Hear Sisterhood and PTA of Temple | U rc Miiclrral Judea announce a joint Brother-1 % %  • IvIllSRQT hood Week program at the Temple! "Religion in the Public Schools on Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi will be the topic that guest speaker cu "ibed to the Arab boycott of Is-1 Morris Skop will discuss "Jewish'Mrs. David Muskat, president of I rael bv barring owners of any US. | the injection of religious discrimination into the Armed Forces of the United States. American business and American employment practices, by foreign governments with the United States—the United i States Navy, in complete disre-j gard of this amendment, has sucCustoms and Ceremonies." Cantor Herman Gottlieb and the choir will offer a musical program. Temple Sinai Programs Temple Sinai Brotherhood will hold its annual family festival on the grounds of the Temple, 12100 NE 15th ave., on Sunday at 1 p.m. The Temple 39'ers will meet Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. the Florida Women's Division, I ^'P*. engaged in business with American Jewish Congress, and a '"rael, from bidding for naval conj member of the national executive trac ts." committee .will discuss at a meet-1 Copies of this resoution were ing of the Sisterhood of Beth Israel i sent to Secretary of State ChrisCongregation, tian Herter and to the chairman The meeting will be held on of the S^a'e Foreign Reations Tuesday noon at the Social Hall of and House Foreign Affairs Comthe synagogue, 711 W. 40th st. Members celebrating their blrthmittees. Hadassah expressed the conviction that "the extension of days during the month of February aid t0 a government which has will be the hostesses for "Happy fl'arantly violated international Birthday" party. GOLFERS GOIF CLUBS ft skilled •eeripewe' tefMsfterf fnsl Service — focttry QumlHy • • • GCXF SHOES Specie! Pur-chaw $1*95 Men's Gluv elk. fully leather lined. Black A White — Brown, Black. SUM 7-12. Compare with finest 135.00 Coif Shots. • • • 4ft* todiei' Caff Sheet-S 13.50 Red and white, blue and white, brown and white. • • • Large aeeertment of bags, head :over, a olf carte, golf clube, gadget*, wearing apparel, etc. mmrMWfi FOI m C4HHT' 1423 PONCE, CORAL QABIES mediate attention given clubs malted in for repairs. GOFFS Hechter is president. commitmnts, represents a policy Mrs. Alexander Moscovits is pro-' ** PPesement offensive to the gram chairman. Mrs. George 1 m oral sensibilities of the AmenI can people." Such a policy, tne resolution continued, is "inconsistent with the aims and objectives of the American foreign aid program and with the declaration of the President of Adarh Veshrun Sisterhood will the United States (Feb. 20. 1957) hold a Purim dance on Saturday,, concerning the free passage of Mar. 12, at the Unified bldg. Prizes' ships through the Suez Canal." Women Schedule Purim Dance have been selected by fund-raising vice president Mrs. Norman Goldstein. Co-chairing the affair with Mrs. Mrs. Alex Bial are Mrs. Burton Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin. former national president and new acting chairman of the American Section of the Jewish Agency, reported that two out of every three new Arkin, Mrs. Morris Rubenstein, comers who arrived in Israel since Mrs. Henry Kirtzman, Mrs. Erwin the establishment of the state have Herman. Mrs. Meyer Levine, Mrs. been fully resettled, most of them Julian Nacron, and Mrs. Bert | with Jewish Agency assistance. Smokier. j The population of "the primitive. Tuesday. Feb. 23, is big meminadequate transition centers'' has bership affair at the Unified bldg. | declined^-from an all-time high of Supper will be served at 8 p.m. | 250,000 inhabitants in 1952 to a j present total of some 60.000 persons, she said. KEEP TRIM ... KEEP FIT... JOIN THI %  %  — VIGORI Social Security Assist "Help us to help you," is the advise of Marshall Wise, manager' of the Downtown Miami Social Security District Office, to personplanning to retire soon and apply for their social security benefits.! "We can get that first check to %  you a lot sooner if you bring the, necessary proof with you when you come in to file a claim for benefits," Wise said. The office is at 158 NE 4th st. WrmotJT W0RKMC lMMfTE •V Ul s WI Just an hour or two a day — during lunch, on your way home, anytime -at Palm Spa's "V CLUB will help you retain former Vim, Vigor, and Vitality ... will give you a slimmer, trimmer figure. Invigorating exercise, soothing massages, physical therapy. 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Friday, February 12, 1960 +Jf**lsti nnrtd/lrtr ^ JUDCt IBVIMG CYFtN Beach Drive Will Cleqn Up River City of Miami beautification committee officially opened a drive last week to clean up the Miami River. First step will be a fact-finding inspection trip Friday with marine experts to study needed river improvements and city ordinances o n enforcement o f cleanliness. The special trip, said committee chairman E. Albert Pallot, "welcomes all interested citizens, particularly residents, businessmen and property-owners along the river." Chartered for the purpose is the Dreamboat. which sailed at noon Friday from the Dupont Plaza hotel docks at the mouth of the river. Almost 80 civic leaders comprise the active coreof the beautification committee. Recent appointees to the committee are Mrs. Rose Pertes and Evelyn Floyd, recommended by City Commissioner Henry L. Baiahan. Judge Cypen Seeks To Succeed Himself In Circuit Court Job Dade County Circuit Judge living Cypen announced his candidacy this week for election to the Circuit Court bench in Group 13. Judge Cypen has been serving on the bench since 1958, when he succeeded Judge Stanley Milledge. who retired for a professorship at Stetson University law school. Cypen, 41, has lived 35 years in Florida. He was appointed to the bench by Gov. LeRoy Collins who said Judge Cypen "will make a notable and worthy addition to our state judiciary," describing his qualifications as "most outstanding." Since 1943, when the University of Florida gave him an LLB degree with highest possible honors, Judge Cypen has served as a clerk to U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Curtis L. Waller, as assistant Miami Beach city attorney and as a municipal judge on Miami Beach. As an attorney he hat acted as chairman of the Miami Beach Bar Assn. grievance committee, and as a member of the same committee for the Dado County Bar. Cypen is a member of the Florida and American Bar %  Astns. Father of four sons and one daughter, Cypen, his wife. Hazel, and their family reside on Di Lido I Isle, Miami Beach. He is a member of Kiwanis, Elks, B'nai B'rith, and the Anti-Defamation League. Judge Cypen is vice president ol Temple Emanu-El and I president of the Home for the I Aged. He is on the board of direc| tors of United Fund, Cedars of Lebanon, and Mt. Sinai Hospitals, and many other organizations. Page 3-A 'No Acquiescence' — Dag COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE and the SOCIETY OF THEATRE ARTS, Inc. (VIS. EX. MON.t 8:36 SUNDAYS! 7.30 ..-. 3500 MAIN HIGHWAY MATS.: WED. I SAT. 1:30 B.M. NOW THROUGH FEB. 21 MARGARET TRUMAN "THE HAPPY TIME" by Samuel Taylor From the Stories by Robert Fontaine A FUN TIME FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY LESTER RAWLINS RALPH BUNKER PLAYHOUSE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE LUNCHEONS • DINNERS • SUPPERS • COCKTAILS MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Only Engagement ta rlorieal FEBRUARY 2nd THRU 20th fWNSTODO CHARLES HUSH VICTOR DEMPSTER %  utkur •• %  :>• r.M. MBit • :• %  ".. — %  — — ^ Jn On Tbaraaa? lm.-HH, UH M.. MJ. •*•••••**• rrti ax tabntii K e x rt M O. *M $ &f .•. •.•. •nJf•** M.Unw.-|t M. MM. ll.ee. -*•, HJ. MM (AN Mc Inetaee Tai) "•'• new .a ,|, .AiaHeeam Baa 0*r*— MUL MOani C lui w a f anm <*• U aii ,. AaeJUrl.B—BnalM* aatf-ail i a m i. •taamae* enjetao*. t— raraiM Tarniami Marks 7th Anniversary The Tamiami Branch of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn celebrating its seventh anniversary, and the boom period of last year is expected to continue. Ted Wertheimer. manager, said the Tamiami Branch opened 3.894 savings accounts last year, repre• senting S6.035.117.15. In 1953. the first year of operation, savins* accounts amounted to only $1,903,781.42. The seven-year total savings accounts is 12,763, representing $26,778,994.45. In 1959, the branch processed' 723 applications for mortgages, to make a total of S2.530.000. and rented 294 safely deposit boxes, for a -.even-year total of 1,293. Continued from Page 1-A tions line does not mean any acquiescence either from the United Naiiona or frank—the—Secretary General. That disposes, I think, of your question of principle." There is no acquiescence by anybody in anything. The United Nation* decisions stand, and the United Nations decisions as' they stand are the lew of the Secretary-General. "As regards thceconcrete meaDft. MORTON BOBBINS Noted Zionist Leader to Speak Dr. Morton J. Robbins will be j guest speaker at late Friday evening services of Knesseth Israel Congregation. A special Tu ; B'Shevat program wirf be present-' ed by the children of the Knesseth Israel religious school. Dr. Robbins, who originally was a practicing physician in Nashua. N.H.. has been long active in the Zionist Organization of America. Currently, he is national vice pres-' ident of the ZOA, chairman of the American Zionist Fund, founder of the American Physicians Fellowship of the Israel Medical Assn.. and founder and president of Camp Young Judea. As lieutenant colonel in the Army Medical Corps, he served three years in the European Theater of operations. He has been honored with the Degree of Doctor of Hebrew Letters by the International Academy, cited as "foremost Zionist leader of New Hampshire" and as "Man of the Year" by B'nai B'rith. Welcoming Dr. Robbins on behalf of Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami will be Jacob C. Fishman, vice president of the Council. Meanwhile. Mendel Fisher, na' tional JNF executive director, this week congratulated Rabbi David Lehrfield, spiritual leader of Knesseth Israel. Louis Dublin, president of the congregation, Joseph Nad ler, chairman of the religious school, and Rev. Benjamin H. Ka, minetzky, education director, who have all been responsible "in mak ing the Knesseth Israel Congrega, tion Grove a reality." Rirea to which this can lead, I \ think that the fact that this H| has been on my desk pracin daily for 'X' years is cone enough. If the concrete measurehave not been publicized, it habeen in the best interests of th/ operation itself. If they have so far not succeeded, or succeeded only partly, it is not due to an> lack of intensity or energy or con sistency in the efforts of the Sec retariat." Beach Lodge Plans Panel Talk Monthly evening meeting of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge will be held on Thursday, Feb. 18, at the Algiers hotel. Lodge president! is Irving Sctutzman. Mrs. Gershon Miller will present a dramatic interpretation of the life of George Washington Carver. There will be a Brotherhood panel discussion by Rabbi David Lehrfield and Rev. Ed Graham. CARIB AAlAMi [MlftACIi M*ACL( UU CUAtCAaUS Open 11.45 TODAY THE MOST FABULOUS ROBBERY THAT EVER ROCKED MONTE CARLO! ££5* EDWARD RRKON ROD STEIGER JOANOQUMS-UWAUAGH Clrsie*AScooG SURF TOWE.P ROSETTATESSrX Open 1:43 U Open 1:43 J Open 1:13 J Open 1:43 Cary Grant Tony Curtis "Operation Petticoat" •SSL'S! ~op.*n6 45"~~~ r The I ta all qonwftfronsexplode TQYEDG I ...n tfe most danng tove strjry evwfiairiedf 1 ^fotukStotelkeattjet Beuth <2 ( •e^w; 3aBQfSSS[ "Nat§to£ Wood Gas\, .TECHNICOLOR" w. roted by nor ">er*c and .Co/or '"•••i ope AIR CONDITIONID Colony IOSO IINCOIM ao r FLYNYS LATEST! ERROL FLYNN BKVERLY \ U>L\ND Cuban Rebel Cirls 3 ARTS THEATRE 342 Aragon Avenue PRESENTS "CALENDAR SHOW" A MUSICAL REVUE February 4 to 6 and February 11 to 13 • JO r M TICKITa $130 HlgKUnd 5-3*7*



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FEBRUARY 12, 1960 CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS PAGE THREE WE'RE ONLY DOING HALF THE JOB ... In the first edition of CJA "Campaign News," there appeared an article describing a national survey of cities similar to Miami in Jewish population. The data presented in the report indicated that, compared with a number of such metropolitan areas, Miami lagged behind in funds allocated for local welfare needs. Also included in this edition was a report on an emergency conference attended in Miami by board members, presidents, and executives of local agencies who presented their dollar requirements for programs>-wJMdi-Mieydeemedadequate. According to the findings of the national study conducted by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, Miami's fund-raising effort in 1959 was the lowest of seven U.S. cities under analysis. In 1959, Detroit, with a Jewish population of 75,000 persons, raised $5,152,231; Cleveland, with a population of 85,000, raised $4,850,000; Baltimore, with a Jewish popnlaUon-of 80)000, raieed $§,225,000. In Toronto, 72,000 Jewish residents raised $2,602,000, and San Francisco, with a population of 55,000, last year raised $1,975,00. PitUburgh, with only a 47,500 Jewish population, raised $1,701,088. In 1959, Miami's Jewish population of approximately 75,000 persons raised $1,780,000 for the 57 causes in the Combined Jewish Appeal. HERE'S HOW WE STACK UP WITH OTHER CITIES: Mt. Sinai Hospital makes every effort to care for those unable to pay, no matter what their religion or economic status ... Only HALF A JOB can be done if CJA cannot supply the necessary dollars each year. CLEVELAND BALTIMORE DETROIT S. FRANCISCO PITTSBURGH ~ NEWARK MIAMI Care of Afed $162,314 197,344 150.000 118,810 71,770 Family* Child Service $545,654 327,222 343,352 307.408 181,155 Htilrh* Hospitals $425,000 41.0,(111) 293.794 241,900 210,000 Jewish Education $330,852 182.173 357,713 113.509 71,435 Jewish Employment Serv. • $110,296 100.171 55.327 50,378 28,349 These figures are allocations from Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds in these cities and do not include allocations by Community Chests and United Funds. The figures express the support given through their Federation by members of these Jewish communities, and they indicate thai Miami appears to be doing only half a job in serving its Jewish residents. Miami agencies will need $1,561,920 in 1960, an increase of $500,000 over the allocations last year, to do the job that should be done. This reflects normal rises in operating costs, accumulated deficits, provision for essential new programs, and extension of services to people who urgently need them. To provide the services to which every Miamian has a right, local agencies would need at least these minimal amounts: Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, $373,000; Jewish Home for the Aged, $103,000; Mt. Sinai Hospital. $359,000; Bureau of Jewish Education, $104,520; Jewish Family and Children's Service, $215,000; Jewish Vocational Service, $57,400; Greater Miami Jewish Federation, $355,000. In addition, $1,500,000 would be required as Miami's share for various national agencies and the United Jewish Appeal. Miami's agencies have measured up amazingly well under the grinding handicaps of tight budgets and deficit operations. But this is not progress. All in all, Miami has, up to now. given only part of the health and welfare services people require. In effect, WE'RE ONLY DOING HALF A j6B. Trained, qualified teachers are badly needed in our religious schools to impart to our children the Jewish concepts of spiritual and moral value. More than 8,000 are served now — but it is a JOB ONLY HALF-DONE without adequate funds. Only a handful of aged and chronically ill can be accepted at the Jewish Home for the Aged to find purposeful living in their golden years • Only HALF THE NEED IS met for our aged as the list grows. ONLY HALF of the necessary group-work and recreation programs is made available at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers because not nearly enough funds are allocated to this important character and community-building agency. 1 Marital problems, disturbed children, adoptions, counseling, homemaker's service—the Jewish Family and Children's Service provides skilled and professional guidance; but only HALF THE JOB is possible with inadequate funds. Suitable homes cannot be built fast enough in Israel with the aid of UJA and its agencies, because sufficient cash has not been forthcoming. While 60,000 immigrants live in shantytowns, hoping for a new future, only HALF THE JOB is done here to raise these funds.



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Friday. February 12. I960 -AniifinrsAJim New ORT Chapter Organized Here A tea was to be held Thursday, 8:15 p.m., at the home-of Mrs. Irving Whitman. 1925 SW 80h ave., Miami, to form a new chapter of Women's American ORT. This will make a total of seven chapters in the Greater Miami area. Mrs. Florence Kupperman, expansion coordinator for the Southeast Florida region, said that Mrs. Estelle Tischler, regional president, would discuss the vocational schools ORT maintains for the underprivileged in impoverished countries. The prize-winning documentary film. "The Mellah," was also to be shown. Mrs. Benjamin Prank is sponsor of the new chapter, and Mrs. Wilard Wohlgemuth is in charge of arrangements. Mrs Harry Samoff, 8821 SW 17th st., is reservations chairman. Rabbi Stauber Will Be Installed Young Israel of Geater Miami will install its new spiritual leader, Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, at a banquet in his honor Saturday evening, Mar. 5. at the Deauville hotel. In announcing the event in honor of Rabbi Stauber, Dr. Sol Nussbaum, banquet chairman, noted that "the rabbi had been instrumental in establishing a preschool r.ursery and kindergarten department and a Hebrew school. "His leadership has inspired the formation of study groups in Bible and Prophets. Our new teen-age Sabbath and week-day programs, are his most recent achievement," said Dr. Nussbaum. Rabbi Stauber received his ordination from Y e a h i v a Rabbi I'haim Berlin, and is a graduate of the University of Miami. Pogm 5-B Monticello Will Start Building Congregation of Monticello Park, about Uf begin construction on its new synagogue and school, has! raised over $1,000 through a unique' method. Congregation's leaders are asklog friends and relatives of members living throughout the United ] States to help build the Youth I Auditorium in the school, which will be named the United States) Youth Synagogue. It is expected that some 10,000 people through-' out the country will contribute SI each for its erection. Members have sent out letters to their relatives and friends up North, and have received /p.ors than $1,000 during the past three weeks. The room will have a large map of the United States with the amount of contributions from each state. Mrs. Jules Klion is chairman of the project. luslni >pecia Have that Meeting, lanquel, or I Occasion Savings Group Elects Officials Veteran financial executive Harry N. Kingsbery has been elected president of the Southeastern Florida chapter of the American Savings and Loan Institute. Kingsbery, who is assistant vice president of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Assn., will head the 1.000-member organization in Dade and Broward counties for 1960. The Southeastern Florida chapter is the fourth largest in the United States. Other officers elected to serve with Kn_ sherry include Herschel Rosentbal, Flagler Federal, vice president; J. W. Lowdermilk, First Federal of Miami, secretary; Richard McKeever, First Federal of Broward country, treasurer. Elected to a three-year term on the chapter's board of directors was Mario Schram, of Washington Federal. A 14-year veteran of savings and lean work, Kingsbery has managed the Collins ave. office of Chase Federal since 1949. He lives at 117 NW 92nd st. Tobio Englander, Michael Levine and Sari Axlrod of the North Shore Jewish Center nursery and kindergarten, under the guidance of teachers Rita Fearnley and Marion Siegel display their home-made trees commemorating Tu B'Shevat (Jewish Arbor Day). The circulars in the background are for the Children's Forest in Israel under the auspices of the Jewish National Fund. Zehev Lahav, director of education at North Shore, announced that the pupils have pledged to purchase Zo trees. You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private part Busy Schedule At Lear School A busy week ahead is in store, for the students at the Lear School I on West ave. with a host of activi-l ties planned for all the school's de-1 partments from the kindergarten grades through the senior high school. The senior students are already busy with plans for their graduation in June. They are in the midst of preparations of their year book, trying on caps and gown, being photographed and. most important of all, "boning up" for their state and college entrance examinations. The junior high school classes are knee-deep in the preparation of their February dramatic presentation of the "Pied Piper of Hamlin," which will be given in the school auditorium at the end of the month. "Brotherhood Week" will be one of the high spots of the month when the school will be engaged in supplementing their social studies by special events to denote tolerance, understanding and brotherhood. All of these special affairs will be done'in song and dance especially written and prepared by the Lear School staff. Women's Committee to Meet Second meeting of the newly-organized women's committee of the Miami Beach YMHA will be held at the home of Mrs. William Sussman on Wednesday at 10 a.m. A report will be presented by Mrs. Philip Samet, chairman of the nominating committee, which will include a proposed slate of officers The meeting will also be devoted to setting up a board of directors and programs that the group will undertake in the future.. Beth Am Dinner Dance Temple Beth Am Sisterhood will hold its second annual "sweetheart dance" Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau hotel. The dinner affair will also be entertained by Milton Berle, who is currently appearing at the hotel. Proceeds are for the temple building fund. Mrs. Earnest Sohnen is chairman. for Information! HAZEL ALLISON Calarlna Director, JE 1-6061 2th SI. A Collins A|. THE FINEST FOR YOUR AFTA1R Your choice of fha foflowing roomn EMBASSY • VICTORIA • MIOADOON KINGS TI-RACE AROYLI • HEATHS* Surroundings of •(•ponce one* luxury, faullltt ict and incomporoblo cuisint. Groups of 10 lo 475 or* accommodated royally for oil cotertd occasions. taatfttj Card Party Wednesday Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will hold a card party and social eve ning at the Center, 6500 N. Miami lave., on Wednesday. 4*s Luncheons, Teaa. Receptions, Banquet*. Parties, Dinners.. .. from 20 to 2000 catered In the manner of ths Diplomat... an unhurried, •ver.attentive, •oft-sookon service that makes an event of your occasion. J



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Friday. February 12. 1960 +Jmlst) HOT Mian Page 15-A LE5AL NOTICI IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 477S9-C IN l: %  of CLARA I.1NDLEY HASH I >>. cased. NOTIPE TO CREDITOR8 To All Creditors anil All Pi n iffi Marine Claims OT Demands Against Said Estate: Vow are hereby notified nnil required in present any claims or do 'in which you may have agaln-i the estate of Clara Lindley Hash deci In itof Dade County. Florida, to the County Judge* of I Mil.County, and file the same In thflr offices in the Count) Courthouse in i•• •• County, Florida, within eight calendar month* i:..in iiif datf of thf first i>ubllcation hereof, or the oame will be haired. \v.\l. L. WOOD, Am Administrator Cum Testamento Annrxo FIM.VERH WARDEN Attorney — FR J-7S11 f.iv Inrrali.im Building jdlanil :i^. Florida 1/22-2*. 2/5-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4MM-B IN KE RutM of Ml |RRM CORTEX 1 %  rased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditors and All Persona HavIIIK Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You ere hereby notified ami rcjulreil to prevent any claim* or demands which you may have against the esta f M'lRRIH CTMtfMI de. eased late of De*V County. FWlda. to the County JwHti-i of Dade County, and file the MIM In tbelr off ic es In the Count} Courthouse In Dnd* County. Flnrtdtv Within ergwt calendar months from the date of the first pulilicallon hereof, or the same will be barred. I%l IHAIMIRE CORTEZ MAX R. RtLTBB Attorney for Esecutor Hi Heybold Building Miami ft, Florida 1/22-2*. 2/5-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Nr. SOC 4*1 VINOI.A I.AVARITY BL'TLER. llalntlff. HILTo.N JOB III TLER. 1 >. en lant. SUIT FOR ANNULMENT OR DIVORCE TO: HILTON JOB BI'TLER I %  • r.-nilant Address I'nknown Von are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Annulment or I'lvorce hie been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your A newer or Pleading to the BUI nf Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. NKAI l Pl'NN, 1111 Alnsley Bl.lg Miami V2. Florida ami file the origins! Ansu. i or Heading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the lNth day of February. ISSo. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In Till" JEWISH KLoltlDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 15th day of January, A.I) IKO i: H LKATHERMAN. Cler*. Circuit Court. Dade Count v. Florida (seal! By: WU. W. KToCKLNO, Deputy Clerk NKAI. .1 IU\VN Alton.. for Plaintiff nil Alnsle) Ride. M iml : %  :. F1a.-FR l-5t*l 1/22-29. 2/3-1? NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE; IS HEREBY GIVEN that the umle. Miined. desiring to engage In %  undet the fictitious jiame nf MAtiic CITT lit <; CLEANERS at 1" %  <> i: 24th !%ei, Htalenh Intend to register said name with the clerk <•' the circuit Coui i of Hade County. Florida, H. R. KIU1E NBA I. I DUNN Attorney f.,r Applicants nil Alnaley itidg. 1/2S. 2/-.-12-1* NOTICE UNDER I.I.N. i,i..> KNTKitritisKK st SZ1 t-ol llns Avenue. Miami Bench. Fin.. In tends to register said name with th< Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi < ounty. Florlila. the ... Dade Florida. „ ,_ J1I.1CS ALTMAN HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorney for AastHcant ;. Lincoln Road l/2t-2. 5/5-12 lu NOTICE BY PUBLICATION iTI J HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, N*. tOC 4*1 CORRADO BORDONALI. Plaintiff. GLORIA DOR DONA IJ. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: C.I.ORIA BORDONALI A.ldreos I*ku**n Tou are hereby notified that a BUI Jo Complaint for Divorce has been inert against you, and yeti ere required to see vie a copy of your An%  "' or I leading to the Bill of Comliialnt on Mkr ptalatUf Attorney. MBLMN I. Ml'ltoFF. 27 Lincoln Road Miami Beach St. Florida ami [He the original Answer or Pleading I?,,... off,c "' ,h Cn** nf he Clr•^"U Court oa or before the I2ad day or Fehruary. 1*40 If ..... fall to do •o. Judgment by default will be twkra ih•.'' % %  > "i 1 !" r the r, '"' f demanded In the Bill nf Complaint. %  0,,< '* "ball be published once ii.l'.r*" f r 'A r ooneccutlve Weeks rwvSS 'KWI-W F1X.R1DIAN M .. K ANI> "RDERFD at Miami. A I> IHo ,h d V f *****'*• _. E R. LKATHERMAN, Clerk. (se.,'."' C< e? rt ***** County. Florida eLfCAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NfiTICK IS HKRKIIT HIVKN thet the undershmed, deeliirsj to engage In business under the fictitious name of I WEIL BROTHERH at into Venetian W*y, Miami If. Fla.. intends to reg: Ister said name, with His JU.Tk nf tm-.i circuit Court of Dade County, HorIda. MIRRAY_B. WEIL I 22-2K. I 1-11 "They must be migrating to Israel." LKOAL NOTICI LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDOE-S COURT IN AND FOR DAM COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 47924 IN BE: Estate of SAMCKI. IJELLER Deceased. 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 you may have against the eaMMe of HAMI-EI. c.KI.LKR deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in thetr offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the dale of the first puhllcatlonbereofj or the same will be barred. AARON HELLER. Administrator SHAPIRO AND FRIED Attorneys 420 Lincoln ltd Suite 318 Miami Beach 3*. Florida 2/:.-12-l-2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48474-B IN RE: Estate of MARY HIRSCHIIoR.V NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Hald Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands whtrh you may have against the ••• tate of Mary Hlrschhorn deceased latte of Dade County. Florida, lo the County Judges of Dnde County, and file tha same in their offices In the County Courthouse in Daile County, Florida, within eight calendar months floin tbe date of the first pul.lloate.n hereof, or the same will bo barred. SYLVIA ROSENBERd Rl'TH ROSENBFRH .ICI.irs II. ERSTI.INC. Attorney '!'• Btacayne nidg. Miami 32. Florid* FRanklln 1 -1322 t/S-12-l*-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 0C iT7 I.OCISK E. KOCH llalntlff. JACK K. KOCH. Defendant. ORDER TO APPEAR TOC. JACK. K. KOCH, Ceaoral Delivery. Silver Springs. Maryland, are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to a Complaint for l>iverce on plaintiff's attorney. Claude M. Barnes. 302 Calumet IIMg.. Miami. Fla.. on or before the 7th day of March. 1M0, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, otherwise a default will bt entered against you. January 28, 1(0. K 11. LKATHERMAN. Clerk of (seal) Circuit Court. By: HELEN KKSSIKK. Deput) Clerk ^^^_ 2/S-12-1*-t< IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48M4-B IN RE: E-tate of MORRIS SI RUIN Deceased NOTICE TO CREOITOR8 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 vou may have against the estate ..f MOKIUS SIRHIN deceased late of Dade Cmintv. Florida, to the Countv Judges of Dude County, and file the same In their offices In the Countv Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months ffont the dale of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred SAIL BBRNRTBD* MIIJ*KH BERNSTEIN MILTON MILLER Attorney lilt Congress Building M.ar.1. World. ,,-..„.„.„ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No. 0C S76 VIVIAN MAl'RINB DAVIS. I'lslntlff. vs. HARRY CHARLES DAVIS. JR., Defendant ORDER TO APPEAR YOI', HARRY CHAHI.i:.DAVIS. JR.. 2219 Wyngate Road. 8.E., Washington 12, D.C., are hereby required to serre a copy of your answer rt> a complaint for divorce on plaintiff's attorney, 102 Calumet Bldg.. Miami. Fla., on or befort the 7th day of Man-h. 1M0, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit ceurt. otherwise a default will be entered against you. Januurt L's. IHtiO E B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk of (seal) Cn, oil COUIt. By: HI:LI:N KI:SSLI:K. Deput) <"lerk ____^^____^^^^_^ 2'r.-r.'-ii>-26 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY fllVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneas under the fictitious name of FIESTA BAB at I2J'.0 Northeast Sth Avenue, North Miami. I-Torlda. Intend to raglster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit ODttli of Dade County. Florida. JOYCE ToMMKRHAHL ALYCK BRRKK Equal Partners 1 _•_'-_".. I l-tl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE { LBVENTM JUBICtAL CntCUIT IN NO FOR OAOE COUNTV. FLORIDA IN CHANCCRV. Ne. SSC Trl JACQfFI.INE HIND. Plaintiff. AMPftEW HtWO. Defendant. Tl>: Andrew Hind 2754 Hist 2*th Street Brooklyn. NY Tou are heretic notified that a Complaint F*r Dlveree has been ffNsJ against rou. and you are hereby required to serve a copy of rouf Answer to the Complaint For IMvorce en plaintiff's attorney and Hie the ortInal Answer In the office of Ihc Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Mb dav of fvhrtmrv. 1M: otherwise, the allegations of said Complaint For fMvrce will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 2th day' of January. 1J K B LF.ATHFft.MAN. Clerk of (seal) Circuit Court By; R H RICE JR.. Deputv Clerk. TAIJANOFF A WALi Attorneys for PUilntlff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Fla. ^..j.,,.,, General Capitalcorp. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FINANCING WAREHOUSE LOANS FACTORING EQUIPMENT FINANCING COMMERCIAL PAPER Phonwt TUxwdo 8-7551 4309 N.W. 36th Street Mkrmi Springs. Florida H. S GRUBER PRESIDENT GEORGE J. TALIANOFF CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (IIVEN thst ihe tmdei sis Bed, deolrtnf to engage In bualneas under th. flctlttona name of ALL OVA CHINCH III.: SI'KAVINC CO at W*,; N \V ISSth St., thia-locka intends to register said name with the Clerk oC Circuit Coon ol Hade Ouniv. Florida PRANK STKIN, s.,ie owner 2/5-12-1S-M ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! + Mfwisf: mkrHHrtr solicits your l*qol notices. We appreciate your pull image and guarantee accurorte service at legal IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4BW3-C i.v in: Eetate of AHA I KOSARIO I 'i %  i ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Psfooaa Hit IBS claims or Hen..,ml. AttainEstate: ton are berebi notified and regulred to praainl any claims and demands "huh you may have against the estate of AHA I ROSARIo deceased' late of Imde County. Pwirida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and' file the same In the office. In tbe I county Courthouse in Dad* County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the firm publication hereof, or the same Hill be barred. ETHEL I DAVVNON MAX P i:XUKI, Attorney 3d'. Biscay ne Building Miami .12. Hoi Ida 2 :.-IL'-1!-2 Mel FR :i-1M).-, lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREHY HIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OFrDRTVNrriE". I-NUNTTWD at 53< N W Mth At*., Intend* to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dide Countv. Florida MACK. INCOR1-ORATED a Fla. Corp. HERBERT Y. WII.ENSKT Attorney for Applicant 11(12 Congress Bldg. 1/29. :/:.-12-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF.rtlTHY HIVES that the undersigned, derirlnv to ena.la business under the fictitious aarae i AIA ANSWKKINi; BERVICE at Room 212, Carol Cily Center. Hade County, FliMidn. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida MVRA I.A UK INS SAM1 Kl. KAYK HOWARD A MEVEKK 1IIS N K 7'ith BL, Miami, l-ia Attfirney for AIA Answering KTvlce 2/S-12-19-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N OTICE IS H EREB Y HIVEN that t ne tinwerwigneu. oef^teiag fo engae* in business under the fictitious name mVEREn:s HTTFI. st wen coiitns Avenue. Miami Beach. MwrMa intend to register said name with the OVrfc of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IIAI.1'11 LACIfMAN JEAN LACHMAN AARoN \l KANNKR Attorney for Ralpb Ijn-hnwn and Jean I .a chman L'l.'. Secuiilv Trust Hulldlng \l ...nl 32, Florida 1 :'2-2. 2/1-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN tl.it the undersigned, desiring to nu.ig.in business iiniler the fictitious name of l.'ISI RE LAKES MOTEL at l,.ko FlacM, Ha.. Intends to reglsiei id name win, tinClerk ol the Circuit CoOrt of Dade coonti. Florida MITCHEL 1' MILLE41 l/l-12-lf-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY, No. S0C SM MtRRAISR K (HuV, 1'larntiff, Joll.VNV <-HOY. Defenrlant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yoa, JOHNNY (HOY, 73 orchard Rtree4. Nesv York. Sew York, are rgulred to file ynsr answer to the complaint of dleorce. with the Clerk of tho above court and serve a copy thereof uson Herman Cohen. Attorney, iw; Congress Bldg.. Miami, Florida, on or before February 2S. 160, or else com|>lalnt will lie taken as confessed Dated -fanusrv 2t>. 1!0. E. R LKATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florid* (seal) By: K. W. LYMAN Deputy Chvk l/22-2. 2/i-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV'BM that the unrierslBiied. desiring te engage In bualneas under the fictitious name of RAYMOND*** BTEAK HOU8E at lM lllscaMie Blvd.. N Misn.i. Ela., Intend to register sai.l name with tho Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida HERBERT SCHNEIDER cii.Mtl.Ks R08KNBKR0, Partners KI'.SSLI'.R. CARS ft Rl .TH seyu for Applicants 19 8.W. 1st Htreet 1/29. 2/3-U-l* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage ... business under the fictitious name of M ft M SERVICE CO., at 201 N W 7:;i • I Street, Miami intends to register %  I .....ne wuh the Clerk of the Circuit (Vurt of Dade County. Florida MAR-TAB CORP. i L"I. 2 :.-i2-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKKKV invics that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In busines s awdrr the fictlttons name of I lAISV-R STABLE at number I'll 8 i: lit. Street In the City of H.aleah. Horlda Intend to rueister tha MUl name with the Cleifc of (he Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Dared at Miami. Florida, this 22nd day of January. 1S4I DAISY LBVI RESATo LEVI WEPMAS St WBTMAN Attorncvs fr>r Aardii-ants 4o7 Blscayne Huildlng Miami 32, Horlda 1 29. 2 :,-12-l NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE !R HEREBY HIVEN that the undersigned, rtesl.lng to engage in inilor th. fictitious name of HARRIS APARTMENTS ar 7845 Byron Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida intend to .ulster said nan..with tho clerk of ihe Client Court of Dade County. Elm ida SMI. HARRIS ETHEL II VIIKIS KOVSER .v HANNHEIMER Attorneys fot Saul and Ethel Hurls J-1S-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that Ihe undersian.il. gealring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PRICK WAR at number l*S TMIi si.e.-i in the Cltl Of North Bay Village.' Florida Intends to register the said name with the clerk of the circuit curt of Dade County. Florida Dated at North Miami Bearti. Florida, this I.'.lh day of January, 19C0. PRICE WAR. INC., a Florida Corp. Bv: HI.AI'Y HOIJI.MAN. lYesldenj. 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Page 2-B -Jenlslincr/dlian Friday, February 12, MY FAVORITE RECIPE MM H "My Favorite Recipe" features *Mrs. Irving L. (Reva) Wexler and Mrs. Gerald (Doris) Freed this week. Mrs. Wexler's favorite recipe is chopped eggplant. Mrs. Wexler, her husband, and three children, Sam. 13, Myra, 12, pepper, salt. Mix thoroughly few drops of salad oil or olive oil. Serve cold as relish or appetizer. MIS. fllU and Jerry, 8, live at 1285 Campo Sano, Coral Gables, a lovely new home into which they moved several weeks ago. Mrs. Wexler's favorite recipe is: CHOPPED EGGPLANT Broil whole unpeeled eggplant en top of stove until skin is char-1 red and cracked. Remove from stove. Cool, peel off skin. Drain all liquid. Chop with onion, green Stars to Shine At Heart Ball A galaxy (if name personalities in all areas of society is currently being lined up for what promises to be one of the top social events "f the Mason with the holding of. the Heart Ball at the Diplomat Hotel and County Club in Holly-i wood on Friday evening. Feb. 26. Heart Assn. of Greater Miami is sponsor, and chairman of the affair is "Marianne O'Brien Reynolds. Proceeds of the evening will go to the Heart Assn. Mrs. Reynolds, who has been in New York the past ten days lining up the various committees and stars for the black-tie event, re-1 vealed that Leon Leonidoff. famed producer of shows at the Radio | City Music Hall, is in the process of closing arrangements for many tcp stars to perform on the night of Feb. 26. Mrs. Gerald (Doris) Freed is chosen this week for her chopped herring and beef miroton recipes. Mrs. Freed and her husband live I at 14645 N. Spur dr. The couple have one daughter. Susan Ellen, 3. and expect a new addition to the family in a few weeks. Her hobby is playing and teaching the piano. She belongs to Pythian Sisters, is vice president of the North Dade chapter of Women's American ORT, and is chairman of publicity for the Southeast Florida region of ORT. CHOPPED HERRING 1 large filleted herring 2 hard boiled eggs 1 tart apple, pared 1 small onion 2 tblsp. vinegar (lemon juice) 2 tblsp. salad oil sugar to taste 1 slice rye bread dash of pepper Chop herring and eggs to smooth pulp. Add lemon or vinegar and oil. And sugar to taste. Stir in bread crumbs and pepper. Cover and refrigerate. • • BEEF MIROTON 1 lb. cooked roast beef, bite size 2 tsp. flour 1 8 bouillon cube 1 tsp. vinegar 1 large onion sliced 1 medium green pepper 1 2 tsp. salt 1 8 tsp. pepper 1 tblsp. ketchup 1 small can mushrooms Saute onion and green pepper Dissolve bouillon cube in cup of boiling water. Mix with flour and add to saute. Stir well and add all other ingredients. Stir and cook over medium to low heat until browned. Musical Comedy Scheduled "Mirai," a musical comedy written by Dan Carlin. will be staged by Monticello Park Congregation, place and elites to be announced soon. A musical comedy based on Puccini's "La Bohcme." it will be directed by George Blackwood, and will feature Nancy Donovan and Carole Donn. Marriage Expert To Speak Here Evening Division of Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, is planning a discussion group Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at 32 Shore dr. North. Bay Heights. Samuel G. Kling. macriage counselor and Jewish Flondian columnist, will jpeak on "How to Win and Hold a .Mate." which is also the title of his latest book. Kling is a member of the American Society ot AdJerian Psychology, and is listed in "Who, who in AmcTii Mrs. Arthur Gilbert is president of the Evening Division. y w Of ('mirca-i? A "haimishe" standby ... for old-timy good Kasha Vameshkes, Kasha Knishes, and other treats. Less than V a serving I Aho ./oy Wo/S\Cmmy fern* f grit,) ... Mse* fcuhi •• oovy... wo/r. Kuho so*p. Send for FftfE KASHA COOK BOOKi PMYIUS WOlfF, Pw, Yw N*w Y.,k LEVINSONS FOOD SPECIALTIES. Exclutiv. Distributor. 1050 E. 17th STREET. HIALEAH. FLA. PHONE TU 7-1571 ON SALE AT THRIFTY SiriK MARKET Sisterhood officers of Agudath srael Hebrew Institute will bo installed jointly with the Men's Club in ceremonies Sunday afternoon at the Diplomat hotel. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate. Bottom row (left to right) are Mesdames Frank Fine, recording secretary; Morris Ratner. president; Herman Weintraub. vice president; Gertrude Kleinberg, vice president. Top row (left to right) are Mesdames Al Harwood, corresponding secretary; Frances Ullian, treasurer; Isaac Ever, publicity; Milton Siegfried, program. Not shown are Isidore Covin, vice president; Joseph Feldman, social secretary. Board of directors includes Mesdames Dina Babok, Aarele Bloom, William Cohen, Rachel Cohen, Pearl Feldman. David Glazer, Fannie Gluck, Regina Karger, Bella Katz, Sam Klein, Bessie Bovine, Fannie Mirchin, Henry Novick, Molly Pearlman. William Ratnoff, Julia Rosen, .Morris Samowitz, Sam Segerman, Harry Tepperberg, Emerich Weisz, and Philip Yasser. Pioneer Womei In Varied Events Mrs. Ida Jacob-Liftman, dent of Pioneer, tteasen be chairman of the iix h Tu B'Shevat "tree-planting day" on Saturday even home of Mrs. Miriam Wolfn sponsor, 1S65 Drexel avc Mrs. Irving Liftman will dis • Meaning o f Jewish NiU Fund." Mrs. Sonja Wei,, mjj tertain with folk songs. Tikvah Club. Mrs. Ruth nia, Wagner, president, will celebrati Tu B'Shevat on Sunday, 2 p. m „ the home of Mr. and Mrs M Sea man, 1484 SW 17th ave. Dr. Joseph Hurwitz of the UniJ versity of Miami, will be guest speaker. Mrs. Milton Green.presil dent of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, will show thl latest Israeli film. Muscat prJ gram follows. Pioneer Women Club 1. Mrs. J. seph Krantz. president, will hoi. a card party sponsored by Mrs Sam Wilensky, vice president, or Monday, 2 p.m., at the Eduan hotel. • • • On Monday, 8 p.m., Golda Meii Club, Mrs. Shirley Queen, presi dent, hold a card party (jr Moet zet Hapoalot at Beth El Congrega tion. Mrs. Isidor Gerstein, cbair man. will be assisted by Me>dame! Sam Opitoff, Jack Victor and Bcs sie Epstein. '< %  '•$>: %  M SH VEGETARIAN i A. IN TOMATO SAUCE MAHUFACTORIO* IN U.S A BY H.J.HEINZCO.,PITTSBURGH,PA. Ivithlt 6 teU 5 T* the whole storyi'lt £*"* %  the can are Heinz Vegetarian Beans. Meaning, of course tk kZTT ^V w-w ." b ^j* b ->i*'"



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1 e: P si E c< Page 8-A +Jelstfk>rMtori Friday. February 12, I960 (JAR Testing Israel Defense Capacity i! ,„„., r „H this week an eye on the itcby-fingrt c s to be testing Israel'* military ami P ^ presideBt NMRtf'ai Hammarskjeld iold a pr*>.-as, %  one southeast rii %  er of mllitary bo th committed themselves to d*, learned that Israels -i*' marcation of the border "bir nothexperts here, he had reaction had not been dolled b> the comparatively long period ot peace in the zone. The other possibility soggastad by tho axparts hara was that Nasser hopod to forea reopening of tha whola quastion of tha status of Hie damilitarixad xona, which Israol considers M entira|y within Israal territory. ing very much has happcin \ % %  \\ p The immediate impasse was sajd tha( Qn (he bag|s Qf ^ ^^ based on the fact that %  '*"" mation which he received, tw troops stormed and d !" ? 1 *" !" -" 1 on the Israel-Syrian bord. r ar vtllase of Tawafik. which the >rn g oward a quje( ians had converted into a rt,I ^ wWchf I hope, will lead into neposition in violation of ine ww gotjat|ons between the two parties armistice agreement the syr '" 5 under the aegis of the United N t sent new troops in who were ousy (iions Truct Supervis i on or^anizaentrenching themselves. tJQn „ Israel Fink, of Minneapolis (left), a member of the United Jewish Appeal National Cabinet, who has recently returned from an inspection trip of Israel, is shown with Joseph M. Lipton. Sam C. Levenson and Jay I. Kislak. co-hosts at the big Combined Jewish Appeal Initial Gifts dinner last week. r ink reported that only "two of every three" immigrants are productive and fully integrated. The remainder have lived in shacks and tin huts for four. live and six years, now desperately need new housing, jobs, and social services. UN officials of both the Truce: The latter possibility was indicaSupprV ision Organization and the ted in Israels firm insistence that MJxed Arrn j s tice Commission were if as the United Nations Truce working „ n der the pressure of Supervision Organization had sugp r j me Minister David Ben-Gunons gested. Israel-Syrian talks were warning that if the UN was unable held under UN auspices, the sta(0 ge hc Syrians out of the zone, tus of the zone would be specific, srac would agdin use force to ally excluded from the agenda. sc hieve that objective. Golda Meir Briefs Cabinet On Move to Up Armament Continued from Page 1-A public, has now shifted, and the Arab leaders, especially Egypt's President Gamal Abdel Nasser, are expected to feel in a few years iv n itiat they can start %  •'decisive"" war of annihilation against Israel, according to evaluations apparent!) summarized here Sunday in the Israel Cabinet. The Cabinet concluded a series ol appraisals of Israel's overall security situation. The shift in the military equdibrium. which Israel felt it had redressed in its favor during the Sinai campaign of 1956. emerged as one of the major conclusions in the Cabinet. Charming Named To Committee Jules P. Channing. senior partner in a firm of architects and engineers, has been appointed a member of the advisory commitee of the College of Engineering of the University of Florida. The advisory committee consists of a limited number of citizens throughout the State of Florida who act in an advisory capacity to the college administration. The committee will meet Saturday in Gainesville and then will participate in the formal dedication of the new University of FlorIda Nuclear Training Reactor bldg. i From the viewpoint of shortterm implications, it is believed here now that Nasser's aggressiveness will increase. Examples of such intransigence are seen in the t AH recent tightening of the anti-Israel blockade of the Suez Canal, as well as the recent Syrian incursions on Israel's northern border. While it is agreed that Israel cannot help reacting to such actions, it is also felt here that Israel must not give the world the impression that it, too, is becoming aggressive. Long-term thinking here holds that Israel must adjust its defense budget and must strengthen its ties with those countries where she is able I to purchase arms. France and ; the United States are cited as examples of such countries. Authority Joins faculty A world authority on snow, ice land "permafrist." frozen soil that never thaws, has joined the re [ search faculty of the University of Miami school of engineering. ComI ing here after spending six years in research on Greenland's vast ice sheet. Dr. Henri Bader. engii neering geologist and mineralogist, will devote his first year at the university to correlating the vol uminoua information garnered in the Arctic. Sponsored by a $36,000 contract to UM from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Dr. Ba der will organize his data in reports to the U. S Army's Snow. Ice; and Permafrost Research Estab| lishment, of which he was chief scientist At the UN in New York, Secretary General Dao Hammarskiold conferred with both sides and reportedly gave them urgent warnings to poll troop* out o? the lone. Israal. officials insisted they had pulled their troops out, leaving only patrolmen to keep Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. QOAinr C0#rTIACTM6 A SFtVlCI 3905 N.\C 37th Ct. 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Page 16-A +Jel$tncridiar Friday, February 12, 1980 ship Division leaders Gus R. Roberts and Elkin Smith. Standing (left to right) are Mortimer E Wien. treasurer and chairman of the scholarship committee; Samuel Kann, member of the club's board of directors; Sidney Ansin. vice president; Paul R. Gordon, scholarship cochairman; Sidney M. Schwartz financial secretary and program chairman; William Bernstein of the Life Membership Division; ana directors Seymour Heller and Jacob W. Rabinovitch. Brandeis University Club of .Greater Miami meets to lay the groundwork for the university's 12th anniversary celebration in April. The club's Life Membership Division, headed by vice president Ernest Janis (seated center), only Floridian named to Dr. A. L. Sachar's national advisory council, is spearheading preparations for the milestone event. Seated with Janis (left to right) are Morris I. Minov. honorary life member of the university. David Phillips. Dr. Stanley Frehling ,and Harold Turk, who are Brandeis Fellows, and Life MemberSweden Out for Notorious Aaberg STOCKHOLM CJTA) The headquarters here throughout the. Unless "objectiveeducation about Swedish Ministry of Justice anworld. Nazism is increased." the memnounced this week it h;>d decided Aaoe rg will be tried on charges bers of Parliament stated, sup to prosecute Einar Aaberg. notori(of vio i a ,j ng the law against the \ p lern entary directions must be is ous Swedish anti-Semite who for, distr jbution of anti-Semitic literar •„,.,;„„ years has mailed vast quantities ure Mimstrv sources said that sued to increa se such education. of anti-Semitic literature from his a j east five of Aaberg's pamphj lets were considered illegal. Brandeis U. Club Reveals Life Members 1 Grouo or Stanley Frehling, P^'f" ,. f v BwndeU University < lub o£ Grater Miami, has announced the „rml>n of a Life M££riMi Division, which will be headed by Ernest Jams. The division, which Mdttt orcanUatiooal meeting at.the Footataebleau Ui Mdajr. wffl_wg 10 enroll at least 100 new members in honor of the unly*rattv UJh anniversary to be celebrated here in April. Honorary members or "life sustainers" of the division are Beniamin E. Bronston. Marcie Liberman. Morris I. Minov. Samuel Friedland. and Samuel A. Tucker. Other* include Leonard L. Abes*, Allen H. Amdor, Sidney p. Anain, Fred Binder, Jerry Blank, Samuel Blank, William Bornstein, Jack Carner, Max V. Cogen, Joseph Cohen, Jack B. Cooper, Edward L. Cowen. Jack Esformes, Frank J. Fanelli. Frank Frankel, Dr. Stanley Frehling, Sam Fuchs, Ben B. Gaines,, Bennie Gittleman, Edward Glttkstein, Paul R. Gordon, Samuel J. Halperin, Isidore HecM, Jr., Seymour A. Heller, Harry Herman, and Ernest Janis. Also Samuel Kann. Samuel Q. Kevwell. William J. Kline. Sanford Kramer. Edward M. Lassman. Joseph Laurans. Dr. Edward G. Lear. S. C. Levenson. Edward C. Levy. Ben J. Massell. Harry Muf son. Sam Muf son. Max op.viri Saul L. Pohn, Jack S. Pi-.. k, i) a | vid Provus, Jacob JV. Rubiiiovitrh Gus B. Roberts, Robert B. I; Samuel N. RoserfstPln, Mr RVI Schacht, Sam Schwartz, William Segal, Mr. and Mr. Jacob Sher, David L. Slann. Benjamin Smer-| ling. Elkin Smith, Philip Springer, i Harold Thurman, Harold Turk, Carl Weinkle, Mian Weinklo, James Weiskopf, Samuel D. Weissbuch, Leonard A. Wien, and Mortimer E. Wien. Since the founding of Brandeis in 1948 and for the past 12 years, thousands of life members throughout the nation have provided a "life-line" of strength and solidity to the Western Hemisphere's first Jewish-sponsored non-sectarian institution of learning. All are foster alumni of the university. LONG DISTANCE MOVING fo oil pointi In the country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE ACE • %  ***. VAN LINES, I1\C 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue NI S-449* MIAMI U.S. LOOKS TO UN SOLUTION Continued from Page 1-A and Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold personally, have failed to obtain the slightest modification in the intransigent stand taken by United Arab Republic President Carnal Abdel Nasser. Consideration for the United Nations has been an important element in the past, when Israel had to restrain its reactions to Arab aggressions and provocations. The Conference of Swedish Bishops adopted a resolution condemning anti-Semitic demonstrations anywhere in the world. The resolution emphasised "the duty of the church to stress Christianity's age-old debt to the Jewish people, and to fight racial etfscriminatlen and terrer." The parliamentary members of the Center Party Farmers Union called for more stress in the schools on education against racialism. 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p = B H b. ir d. di bi o: If ic E: U it H a h. k a u p K b g r ?> t v b >. V. 1 f. t ) A i > ) A 1 Page 8-B +j m titncrK*an Friday. February 12. 19SQ jXt tltclQcalm of Society Oscar Colsky, Bride Live Here Bre'.ton is no* Mrs l>k> The couple exjng \ •"*• on Jan. 31 %  -, Pan Sheraton hotel m PittsRabbi Sidney Rappaport ated at the 4 30 p.m ritea. The bride is the daughter of Mr MrJacob Bretton. of Elwood Cit>. Pa The groom is the : Mrs. Sam Colsky. 730 Sisi.e. Coral Gables. Given in marriage by her father thr bride chose an ivory *ilk satin bridal dress with scooped neckline 3T bell-shaped sleeves accented by a beaded yoke The short bouffant veil of pure silk illusion as | by a matching satin band of small rosettes and leaves She carried four white orchids and stephanotis streamers on a prayer book. MaM of honor for her sister was v H \orma Bretton The groom s • r. Dr Jacob Colsky. was best man. L'shers included Dr Sol .. also a brother, and Abe Bretton. brother of the bnde. F iiowing a motor trip, the e will be at home in Miami. mts. OSCAM cotjrr miss VKKH rot ADELPHI %  USIWfSS AW TVTOtMC %  ana "Wi fmtst fmoAwf Stkml" it Y*ow P^, 420 fktM iMk A -•ndMce accepted b> D*cte County 5o*'d o* P.b.< Instruct-on 500-52* MX 79* STWfT Jjjt A'ev o' B.cr .; H 17S4* VA Amrov VE.LS£ Oua TEXT BOOKS fA'-AS-YOU EAtN KAN Foxes Reveal Vickie's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Sol Fox. of 551 SE 4th st.. Hialeah. announce the engagement of their daughter. Vickie, jnard Breslow. of 1125 NW 134th • M-Fox graduated from Miami Huh School, where she was vice president of Tau Alpha Omega soror Mr Breslow attended the University of Miami, where he majored in art and interior decorating. Ballet Audition Slated Sunday At 2 p.m.. Sunday, an audition for membership in the Junior Company of ;he Miami Ballet wijl be held at the Miami Conservatorv. 2973 Coral Way. The audition will be open to all dancers in the area between the ages of 9 and 13. with a minimum of three rears of ballet training Thomas Armour, director of the Miami Ballet, has announced the folowing teachers as comprising the auditioning board: Renee Zintgraff. Jill Mallory. Peggo Cremer Audrey Winters. Laura Rose May. and Carol King. Portraits of Distinction — From life or Photograph by S A JAFNEL, the A;• Who did THE FOUR FREEDOMS SfKlAl 1AI MITZVAH POtTtAITS IN OIIS 0 PASTfl Call JE 86594 GRAND OPENING! UNITED HEALTH STUDIO 2037-39 N.E 163rd STREET. NORTH MIAMI SEACH MEN IOSE WEIGHT t oS£ INCMts l os m tm Yoy *** •* !_L' !" ^ %  I %  ** *-~y Ut -UNITW-S OUAANTD r.OGCAMS ~4~, „ ,.,. u ,. r#M ifc. w^ t. hMH, k ^ r M£MSC*SHII>S IfClN ti GRAND OPENING SPECIAL %  TOOAY ONLY AS LOW AS MONTH IMtad G T— M 4 MONTHS HSi lUapportx* Body > %  .u ST "* FREE TRIAL TREATMENT INCLUDES: MachMM — I... — >rS Betto — and ., >""••-.r KSH Ham! Matta,, .^ £ HOOtS RAAtoif PJI -TOATJAWW-O^. Srf^ .. .,„ p „ FOR EE TRIAL PHONE Wl 5-7191 Iteld, Rosenthal Are Betrothed Mr and MrI-:lore Iteld. of Brooklvn. V Y.. announce the en gagemeni of their daughter. Su-an to Dr Amnon Rosenthal. He .s tne son of Mr ani MrJoseph Rosenthal. 1030 SW Ut] Miami. A party Saturday in Bnoktjn will honor the couple on the occasion of their betrothal. The bride-elect is a student majoring in education and art at Brooklyn College. Dr Rosenthal received his Bach elor of Arts degree magna cum laude from Yeshiva University, and attended Albany College Med ical SchooL where he received the Mosby Scholarship Book Award for scholastic excellence. At medical school, he also won the S Oadly Vander Poel prize He is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha medical fraternity, and is. currently interning a t Buffalo Children's HospitaL New York. Cantor Hales of Coronet Hotel Feb 13 to 14 will be ,, weekend it Waldman'> Corona tel. when Cantor Solomon n3 conduct* Miffffs for Skaofl Shi rah. W A student of the internatioaaiw' famous Cantor Abraham >3 Rev. Flaks was assi>tant chapS] n the VS. Army daring the i v | and performed cantoru! duties (1 rroops. as well as for civilian %  various synagogues in Italy. He will come to the Coronet 1| tel as guest cantor from <''Migrtb.1 lion Kneses Israel. Sea Gate hy. bor. NY, where he officiates M | chief cantor. suss SUSAK rrno Pioneer Women Meet for CJA The Miami groups of Pioneer Council will bold a joint meeting for the Combined Jewish Appeal on Feb 23 at Beth El Congregation. The membership of the Kadimah Coral Gables. Tikva and Golda Meir Cubs have been invited to attend as the guests of Mr and MrOscar Zeltzer. Mr and Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, and Mr. and Mrs Dobschulu. .dents of the clubs Mil Marvin Copenhagen. Mrs Paul MrI Wagner. ^hiriev Queen, are serving on the planning committee ral chairman will be Mrs Milton Green, overall Council president. Major SOCHI £treirf s Plamti Two major social events are I planned for February by the Settor Citizens Friendship Groups the Southwest YMHA. 7215 Cord Way. Sunday will be a picnic djj I in the form of a cookout and u j afternoon of table games Sunit/I evening. Feb. 28. ha beet m] aside for a barn dance, units i include square dancing, codktt^ and special entertainment All i ii T citizens are invited ta partir>] pate in the programs In chvaj of information are MrMoses, president, and China] Plotkin. office senior citizea ice director. Ardmort miss CAtou crrtfM Citrin, Rubin Plan for May 15 Mrs Esther Citnn. 1101 Pennsylvania ave. Miami Beach, announces the engagement of her daughter. Carole Lee. to Stuart Irwin Rubin, son of Mrs. Rose Rubin and the late Joseph Rubin, of 1215 Alton rd Miami Beach and Hen dersonville. N. C. The bride-ele^ raduate of Beach High School, where she was a member of Op Club. Mr Rubin al>o graduated Miami Beach High School and will receive bis BBA degree from the Ha is a member of Tau Epilon Phi -oc.al fraterr. The couple are planning to be iu social fratern„v i, z,.,, T He a ^^ 0( Na,,onal %  f Interior DTS gners and Decorators and De%  tiers Guild. h MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME • AM Boom. 0 „ Ur.l£ 9 ?Z* "CffBr UcatW lit. If 51 MMHII Stx* Co'" S#aciu O't-'i" • R MMM to n*t.. • JTSLTIS m <*•*• --^ W Oreekolry III 3* S.W. m AVE. Ph. FH 437 4 FB WBTI 11 0 un, OirmtHt WHAT MIAMI NEEDED! GOOD. FAST DRY CLEANING AT MODERATE PRICES FRtEDMAN S CLEANERS 2922 CORAL WAY 171 8-79th ST.



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friday. February 12. i960 'Je*is§>fhrtMam UJA Kicks Off Here With $12 Million Page 11-B The nationwide 1960 United Jew-i Lh Appeal was officially launched lundey as 500 AmericanJewish" il. is meeting here apnfributed |r reported large initial gifts that inled 112.130.000. The gilt-giving took place at the 1 Jlosing sossion of a three-day naIMII.I1 inaugural conference at the fontainebleau hotel. The more jian $12 million received repretnts one of the UJA's earliest and I %  -• successful starts. Morris W. Berinsttin, of Mew rork, general chairman of the JJA which n*w flftss underway lii .1,500 communities across tha Vetion, annewnced that Sunday's total of starting gifH is II parLent greater than the amount he Appeal received by this time year ago. iBerinstein termed the outpourj \. of initial gifts "an inspiring Idication that American Jews' lean to complete the job of inte-' lating all of the million refugees py have helped to reach Israel. r.ifts were announced by, the inkidual donors present, or were xirted by community represenlives who gave the results of liminary meetings held in their |me cities. lifts were made toward both the K> UJA Special Fund and the. jular United Jewish Appeal. The pcial Fund seeks a multi-million liar sum in addition to the reg|r campaign to expedite the in-1 Iration of unabsorbed immi-! ints in Israel. Together, the Spe|1 Fund and the Regular cam |gn must meet the needs of 600,Jcws in Israel, 24 European Moslem lands, and in this Intry. where the UJA serves ar fng Jewish refugees. in outstanding gift of $Z5e,M0 vard the UJA 1*M Special knd was made at Sunday's feting by Mrs. Moses L. Armenrg, of New York, ft was an; Kneed at the request of' her y Walter Annenberg, Phi lade I}ia publisher. plea to help Israel's people up the absorption of immi(n:> was made Sunday by AbraHarman. Israel's Ambassatn the United States. At the, '!'• time, he told the 400 Jewish. I( rs present that funds raised }r the years by UJA have helped in.ikr possible "the simplest and M successful refugee absorption Igram in Jewish history." (he Israel Ambassador told his Bience that one factor that had ktributed to the slow absorption [thousands of Immigrants was country's "open door" immi^tion policy for Jewish refugees. explained: [The number of health and soproblems among immigrants %  Israel has been unusually large, la result." Also of great concern. Herman •aidjls the need to provide de..w.l!, modest "Housing for some *MM newcomers, 60,000 of them In immigrant shanty towns. The outpouring of gifts at Sunday's session was made frtMttth) in part, by the work of a 70 man national inaugural conference committee, headed by Max Orovitz, of Miami Beach. At Saturday evening's session of the three-day conference, a mevsage from Sen. Herbert H. Lehman asked American Jews not to let their success in aiding and retelling 2,700,000 oppressed and threat'> ened Jews in the past generation "obscure the fact that thousands of our people are still suffering degradation, misery and discrimination." The former Senator and Governor of New York, who in recent years has served the UJA in hon-' orary positions, advised the conference that in this, year's effort he would take an active, day-to-day leadership role. He declared that he was doing this, along with other prominent New Yorkers "to dramatize our view of the~scriousness of this problem." A Saturday niRht session saw several major actions taken designed to increase the participation of lay leaders in the 1960 campaign, as these included: • Announcement of the completion of a 66-man notional campaign cabinet for the 1960 UJA, composed of prominent communal figures, headed by Melvin Dubinsky, of St. Louis. • Decision to hold a series of large scale leadership institutes, to examine the issues of the 1960 effort and ways of bringing them to the attention of the public. • Announcement that in New York City, largest of all community efforts for UJA, a group of 21 of the campaign's most prominent supporters, in addition to Lehman, will undertake special posts that require their actual day-to-day participation in the campaign. On Friday, the conference heard Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, UJA IOUU atuwirzfi executive vice chairman, declare that in 1960 "American Jews have a great, creative opportunity to wipe the slate clean of many longstanding refugee problems that have confronted us since World War II." Noted Talmudist To Be Honored Rabbi Jacob I. Ruderman. world renowned Talmudic authority and president of the Ner Israel Rabbinical College of Baltimore, will be honored at a luncheon here Sunday, Feb. 28. Sponsors of the luncheon are the parents of the 19 Miami students currently attending Ner Israel. Fourteen of these students are Hebrew Academy alumni. Others attended loeal Hebrew schools. Louis Merwitzer accepted the chairmanship of arrangements, Merwitzer is first vice president of the Hebrew Academy and active in congregational and Zionist affairs. Harry Schwartz, vice presiient of Beth Israel Congregation, will be toastmaster. The Ner Israel Rabbinical College is a national institution of higher Jewish learning consisting of High School. Rabbinic School, Graduate Department and Teachers Training Division. Its 300 students come from all parts of the United States. >v Scouts Mark [olden Jubilee pi hundreds of synagogues Mghout Greater Miami and the |in, the Golden Jubilee of the I Scouts of America was cele I't'd at special services last ikend, with spiritual leaders %  aching sermons marking the oc %  ion and Ner Tamid medals bej presented to qualified Scouts. |n-e 1943. Rabbi Harry Lasher, fWlsdale. .N.J., has served on I national staff of the Boy Scout* America as national director of ri-h Relationships. *bbi Lasker travels extenl*'y across the nation, pror<"9 cooperative relationships %  ween Scouting and Jewish orr'tat.ens, and stimulates Infest m the Ner Tamid award. connection with the national [•wee. Rabbi Leaker was ret -•"'' %  for the religious needs of ['•wish boys who last weekend I" 1 '"' a Golden Anniversary %  "ration of the organization in |>..nijton, D. C. Jewish Scout. Steven B. 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Page 14-B fUMi^tn^rHinr Friday, February >RD. Nl v x il KLDRIDA • July, A l> !•"> • %  • %  • m %  ih< '"", ,v \ Wll. DEVKWII'MEN I' I'OMI ^ IN, ., mi iioi ii with 'Ii ,rtl i:l'\, II IIROWAHD <"l NTV 111 11>" ,.r i i.. %  I.I.I. and whereaa the propel officer* "i ~II.II r • ll1 11 ll 1 ',!„. IHI da) ..I February, \ l> |„. fit.-. I ill 111. •-! i. • %  ..' Hi' ,.i Bl iof 'I" s %  ,||,1\ i %  Mill-Ill i -il.-'l --I'l; i,\ I he --I". 'khohlero un, lalon* i>f s.i .1 Chapt. ,atutea, ho ini Ihe dleaolu ,.. h ..i ii.ii.iti.in. therefore, I hi Hecretar) „ hi i. l.v riiiv LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i-ii. v i -i l.i: i %  M AXD %  i .nii-nis of law have IM MI %  %  Idled 'li IN WITNESS will :i:i:. -i i hay. m i m> hand ""i h ,s %  affix. .1 the Great s. ;iI ..i the KtBle of Klorlda, in Tallahamee, Ihe Capital, thl II.. ':• %  !'. Ihe A D. seal) FIRST I MO. da) ..f FEBRUARY, It A. GRAY. S.-.l .-I. II \ i.l Truman to Receive Honorary Degree At Convocation of Theological Seminary Former President Harry S. Truman will be honored in Miami on Feb. 22, George Washington's Birthday, when he will receive the honorary degree of LLD conferred upon him by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Dr. Louis Finkelstein. New York. Chancellor of the Seminary, said I that the degree will be given at a convocation in Temple Emanu-EI. rated by Dr. Gerson D. Cohan, lecturer in Jewish literature and institution in the Rabbinical Department of the Seminary, and Gustav Gottheil lecturer in Semitic languages at Columbia University. At the same time, Dr. Finkelstein said, the Samuel Friedland Lecture Series will be inauguRapaport Joins Accounting Firm Leonard J. Rapaport has joined the CPA accounting firm of Leavy and Eber. 1750 SW 3rd ave.. Miami. Rapaport graduated from New York University with a BS degree TML^ in 1948. and earned a Masters degree in business administration at' City College of New York in 1952. where he MM elected to the honorary accounting society. He has had 11 years ence in accounting and including service with Audit Agency. He received the CPA designation in New York State in April. 1956. Rapaport joined Leavy and Eber two years later as supervising senior accountant and office manager. He was granted a Florida CPA in September, 1959. He is a member of Roosevelt Lodge. Knights of Pythias, Mea York Stale Society of CPA'S, Florida Institute of CPA's. Dade Comity chapter of CPA s. and la I mem ber of Cora! Way Jewish Center. Rapaport is married, lives wilh his wife. Barbara, at 7915 SW 17th tor. and the couple have a twoyear-old daughter. Karen. In 1957, Truman received the 1 Universal Brotherhood Award of the Seminary for his early recog, nition of the State of Israel, and for his work in behalf of world peace. The Seminary, in addition to training students as rabbis and teachers, is nationally known for i its award-winning radio and TV series. "The Eternal Light." its Library of Hebraica and Judaica. the Institute for Religious and Social Studies, a graduate school for clergymen of all faiths, and the Herbert H. Lehman Institute of oi experttax work, the Army Reelected for Three Years Milton M. Gaynor, senior vice president, and George W. Hirsch. executive vice president of Wash ington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. have been reelected as directors to serve for a period three years. State. 2 I! .'.'. I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 48500-C IN RE Batata of ANNA LEVINS I V. t-:i we*l. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS .To MI Credltore and All Peraom Having claims ..i Demand! Aaainal Bald Batata: Y the Counts Judgea of Dade County, and file Ihe Njinie ill their offices In llle i'.unlj Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within einhi calendar months rom the ilate of the first puMieatfon hereof, ..i the Mime will be barred. ~ PHILIP LEVINE Ai!iinnlstrnti>r PAUL KWITNEY. Attorney Attorney of ihe firm of ftei kell ft Kwiimy ISO Lincoln Road Miami ii.-a. ii. Flu. j 5-n-m-is IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 43777-A IN I:I: Batata of CHARLES MBTROWITI ttrceaaed. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION ANO FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby elves thai I have fiie.i nu Kin.i Report and Petition for Distribution anil Mnal Dlm-hnrice HK Kxe.mrlx of the estate ,.f Charlea Meyrowlta, deceased: ami that on the nth da) .. f March, IM* will apph t.. ih. Honorable County Judaea -.i Dade fount) Florida, foi approval ,.f MII.I Final Report and for distribution an-i final dlaehnrge aa Executrix of the estate ..f ih. above-named decedent Thl* Mh ilm of l-'.-l.rnai \ ETHEL \| MEYi:. iWlTZ JVELLI8CH. 'OHERTY a ZAIAC r-\ K nit Welllaoh, Attorne) mi Rulldlna \i .in i n Ida i UONatD RAFAP09T LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANXERY, No. eOC 1214 VRTHCR VELLCC I. M \ i: V V!:i.t.f,-,-.. i • inI..nt. COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE 'IAR1 VELLCl'CI %  %  S Y 'i MARY \i:i.l.f.-.| II..• plaintiff'! Attorne) •ill-KK. 107 l.i: Fl .i Ida nd I %  %  adlna In th. era ol the Cln ull the mil da) | %  • ll will be ,„ f %  %  ucn %  laj %  B LEATHRRMAN Cb k | Ircull Court, H B) i: it RI Depui) Clerk ^_ I-'l CIRCUIT \ V I' I LAN n ..r b) Ol faircloth at Breakfast Earl Faircloth. chairman of the Florida committee for Fair Representation, and candidate for State Senate, will be guest of honor at a breakfast Saturday 9 am at the Pinerama restaurant, 160th st. and W. Dixie hwv. NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB1 lilVE.N i ,the undernlitne.1. ,|. MI in.; • buelnei BBB REALTl al 111 .-\v :_ %  Miami Intend! i %  "->"'• %  "'a f..i Applh l*M 8 W 1st st %  N THE CIRCUIT COURT C 11TH JUDICIAL CRCUIT "N INS FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA SAI.LI .; KCHEMEL OT C C ^,/„ INTFNT| ON TO FILE FOR FREE DEALERSHIP '" JJ r ; Roherl >, h.-m.-l H; a II..;.,-., i %  "' in. i iir.'in. Si.*k 1.7S ria Avenue Bronx N, a Tor* in !'.•:., I th, iroult In an.I f..NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ii|HK IS HEREBY (IIVRM thai idei-ali I. dealrlna '" en nc In undei ilufl tit %  w "•'""• "' SIMtlNci VALLEY IN^ al •-'• Merii.ii Avenue. Miami Bi-nch. Florida i name with th..-i.-ik of ihe Circuit Court ol Dan i'..inn\, Florida H wt A vi' i >i: v KOONAH 8 %  Mel Idlan Av< nua Miami Beach, Florida "N, NOTICE BY PUBL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'e N ELEVENTH JUD Cl A L ClRru., !" FLORIDA IN AND FOR r, U .'J COUNTY, IN CHAN R CE 0 *E No. 60C 92 Y LEON K-ARL WILI.l \M<,, Plaintiff, VIRUINIA I'.Ml.ivi: wii .... 8UIT FOR DIVORCE TO Vln ...in 34 tld Roewi II I: i Sinyrn.i. i Vi.ll ale hel-el, | ,(,„ Of Conplalnt for l>l\..tvi filed aaulnst you. an.I l: II I..., „ %  i' 'I t" nerve a cop) : An ,„ I "' '•'• %  •"".">' < % %  % %  "I ',,m,I ftU|. '" %  'tllul %  I II (.11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NuTti-K I.HEREBY UIVBN thai ili. underalaned, dealrina t" etui ,, .. %  he ii. Illloua n I Ki ir.i-.u'is iMi'i'iri's .ii _•:••; Lincoln Itoiid. Miami I leach Intend! In i. ^.i % %  < name with the Clerk ••! iht i-iiit Court of I'a.ie Count) Kl.-' M A .1 ASSl H'IA TKS, INC. I.I I'la .HI |. I Sole Owner i:i.l RREOER Attorne) for Appllt ant ISA I.in. .-In Road I II-IS%  n it,.plaintiff! Attorn.., 'Sfe A. KltlKKMAN. III I Am.-l.-s Mii.inl It, Fiji and til. ih, Anawer ..i l'leiidlnx in u, the Clerk of th.Circuit r I..fore ihe 7th da ,. isfn i ..'i t.ul i.> do ao, iudB-meni I %  will lie taken aaafnal i,.u |,„ ihf ,, I lief demanded In the Ii i,| r, 1B "J plaint. 'I'll.-, notice "hall IM|,u each week for four conaeeutlw In THK JBWI8H KU>RIHI w DONE AND DRDBRRD nl Mian Kloriila. thla 1st ila\ .,( I • Irum A 1 1 K It. LBATHERMAN, cterlt Clr.-ult Coin t, Ihtile (wall By: I. BNKKDF.N I)epiil> Cl-rk I MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff 1111 Alnidey Hide Miami U, Kb. — FR 1-.%•! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 60C 946 IN Ki: ADDITION tF MALE MINORS, CHIUHTOPHBR DONALD'WOOD and DAVIIi 1 TT V\ OOD. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tt ': I INAI.I) HPBNCBR Wl a >li Reaidencc and wlieiaabuiila unknoa n Y,,ii. iMis'Al.li SPENCER WOOD, anhereto) notified thai %  Petition (or A.|..|.ii,,n ..I ih.male mlnora, CHRIS'TOi'HKR DONALD Wimn and DAVID BCOTT WtaiD. baa been filed in the Circuit Coorl ,.i Dnde County, i-'i..ri.ia. and aaM oauaa i>aet dtrirn for heainiK. :• .1 in OB the Ith da) of March, IN0, before the Honorabli I FRITZ ClORDON. one of the Judaea ..f the above ntjrlea Court, In chamlierw at the Courthouae, -Miami. I ..ol. County, Florid... and >-ou are hereby commanded to be and appear la ...i Conn to h,iiv .aiis.h> Mild I'etllion Mliould not INnranted. If yon fail i., do no. •..%  nl Petition win tip %  ranted riiinotice -hail bo pubUahed once each week for four conaecutive areeka In THK .II1WISII KLORIDIAN DONE AND OKHKRKD at Miami, 11 la, thla Sid dut of Krbiuarv, A.D., It-tin K Ii LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Cin uit Court, Dade I'ountv. Floi i.la (.-eal) By: WU W BTtKTCINO, l'eputv, I. rk SOL AI.KXA.MlKl: • i f..r Petitioner One Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach, Florida '-•-!-• NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. eOC 10S4 MIHI \M RoRKRTfl JOEI, Plaintiff, WILLIAM v I.II:I,. i lefendant. TO w ILLIAM \ Ji I %  lant Yonliere, New York 11 opj ,,f ei iu ih, B II %  ( c implalnt for Divpn %  • on ihe | attorrile th. nal anawei '" 'he ,f |h, -,,.. cult Court on oi before the 7th day of Mar. i. AH : .. %  M ''in "i ompl tint ror Dlvon ,h herein, will be t by v.ii Miami. Florida, this Ird da) ol Febr I E B LBATHERMAN Cleric, %  •'""iDade Countv. Florida Bj K M I.VMW MILTON v ,-,;„,,. MA'N """ nt irr nale) Bide n.i PR %  • %  ..lithe IN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC ^Ft^.r.? JUOXIAL ClRtfuiT !" FLORIDA IN AND FOR COUNTY. IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH* ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. (DC 1061 MINNIE LEE PENHRTON, Plaintiff. KII--CS' PK.NF.HTiiN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tor, Kl'iVS PENBRTt'N. artdrea unknown, are hereby notified thai Complaint for Divorce IIMH been fil ecainat you, and you are reuulred aerve a odnty of your Anawer to th .',implalnt on the plalntlff'r .itt,irn< MAX P ENQrYL, J05 Bteravn. Hull Inn, Miami. Florida, and to tile th orlKlnul In the offlc-e of the < Merle the Circuit .'.nut on or before the day of March. 10; In default which ihe Complaint will be take 1 aa confeaaad axalnat y..u DATED thin 3rd.day of Feliroarj l!'*o. at Miami, Kl.irbl i i: B. LEATHEBMAN. Clerk, .Circuit Court. Dade Countv. KWM laeal) By: WM W. BTOCKI!a| Deputy fieri, i-ii-iH NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT JF ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL Ci"CUiTI FLORIDA IN AND FOR OA0EI COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. eaC 10CB CAROLE SPONDBR Plaintiff. MPI.W.V W SI', iVnBR, I lefendant. aUIT FOR DIVORCE Tt I Mr Ali-li ) II W Sponflrr tt Weft Tilth Street New York City. New York You are herein notified that a of •omplaint f c ,r Divorce haL, filed aaaliiKt you. and you are reqa ', aerve a copi ,.f yo nr A | Pl.adinK to the Hill of Complaint I the plalntlfrg Attorney. LAWItKNJ I. HOLLANDER. Bull* Northaaat 7Sth street, Miami :• Hi I'll and file the or Initial Anawff Una in the office of ihe ch of the circuit Court on or lieforr 'th day ol M.i, t, it.fiu. ir \,, n fail I judamellt hv defaull nitl "ii tor Hie relief in in.I.-,| in it,,. %  : t %  i of Complaint. i innuti. e -hall be publ %  • • k f..i I HUM v n HIE JEWISH l-'la >HI|.IA\ DONE LN'H t>RDI-:l,' : Florida abaenre ..f nn arm be rahen aa CMIMMI •' '' VCCORWNOLT Dated Pee, |i %  B LBATHERMAN ,-|,rk HI W?5rWKWG Deputy Clerk I 1!-1 \ .-ii NtTh'a-eeX'^r'fS!, !2 """"" h ^ "• a'^aiSP*— AiT'."n' h '" '" d "> • %  K THE COUNTY JUDGES C0U* IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 48577 RE its t'Aii: or DAVID IIIKSil I '..... aed NOTICE TO CREDITORS I o All Credltore and All P. IIIK claims ..i Demanda I V.ii. and each of you are hei notified and required t-:.-ent %  lamm and demand! hi. h either of yon, may have axalnat .•Male ..f DAVID HIKSII .lecea! I.l. ,.f Dude Countv, Florida. 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a a B n B A si L tl A \ C cl H ti L Page 14-A +Je*lstincrkttari Friday, February 12. I960 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN Ultimate Height of the Hebraic Theory of Existence THE BOOK OF JOB AS A GREEK TRAGEDY. By Horact M. Kallen. 163 pp. New York: Hill and Wang. Dramabook, $1.25. Hard-cover, S3.50. I T IS NOW more than fifty years since Horace M. Kallen. professor and writer, first published the Book of Job in what he believed to be its original form, that of "a Greek tragedy in the manner of Euripides." Now reissued both in hardcover and as a Dramabook (Hill and Wang's paperback library of the great classics of the theater of all countries), the book includes the essay and the preface of the first edition, plus a new preface which takes note of the inteOectual progress of the thesis right up to MacLeish's Broadway hit, "J.B." The text of the Book of Job in the form of a Creek the Book of Job conceived of a God without bias "in favor a Jdv interesting as it is pales bes.de Dr. Kallens twoof one way of l.v.ng as against another, or in favor of one of his creatures as against another. That God should not have a bias was monstrous in the eyes of Job's friends (i" un( l. dedicated and honest. One need not always agree „ PJ a Z\. .1 wn,er s evaluation either of a work or an author. Hebrew i umW^ *"** '" their ori S inal •*££ T tne D re u c f n >e no disputing the fact that the late ftiena%  -., so snoujo me faiest.ni double for JT n u e ne whose difficulty mounts c m R,balow umned the literary scene as he saw it. ilnLn £ e H e f" SUPP rt in their fight Should h Palesm u I And then .her. "ft educaU rooted in TalS me wUI consider lhi > heretical, but this reviewer, for nans decide to come to a settlement with the Israelisbread Tru v V < IL the W0e8 of ,ime and seeking for ne cannot acce P l Rlbalow's crowning of Zalman Schneur when I closeri ,h.'iJT :S he ", vy nd ,he da >' ,s short But te j, i' Ul n Zalman Sch neur is dead, but even the de 7 voVe^ to go back St ,o a ,he 0 Hehl. S ^ remar "ab.e book f"^. %  not *-* when the time comes to plac excellently \lLTJ* ,1 J~Jl br i w ?. ources of what was ,hem J n !* e P. r P er >'wy nd artistic framework. it is their business. Kassem's strategy was highly successful, and it proved several things. The fact that his reaction hit home and hit hard was proven by the fact that ever since his speech Cairo and Amman radios never stopped violently denouncing his attitude. Evidently his argument found fertile soil at least among the Palestinians and the refuexcellently spooned to me in the English Pi involved ,n 8 the Eng^^deUg '£ rSXcT '* The two finest essays in the book are on Bialik and ichernihovsky, primarily perhaps because they are pic tures in contrast, each with a different background and of different styles. Bialik is of prophetic texture and, at times, of ascetic structure. Tchncrnihovaky is pagan. Bia iik was raised on almonds and raisins. Tchernihovsky on Russian.



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Page 2-A +Jeistfk>ridfon Friday, February 12, \<$j\ Arabs Eye Israel War LONDON—(JTA) — The foreign ministers of eight Arab states met Monday in Cairo to discuss "the Palestine problem" and measures to prevent Israel from developing Jordan River waters for Negev irrigation. Arab reports said it was possible! the meeting would plan organization of a new "Palestinian Army" made up of Arab refugees. The army would fight for the "liberation" of territory now held by Israel. Tunisia and Iraq, feuding with the United Arab Republic, boycotted the meeting. States represented were the UAR, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Sudan, Libya, and Morocco. Simultaneously it was reported here that King Hussein of Jordan is carrying on his own negotiations with King Saud, of Saudi Arabia, in an effort to get the latter to help him oppose Nasser's plan tar the creation of a "Palestine Army", irom among the ranks of the Arab refugees. According to one report. King Saud is contemplating inviting both Nasser and Hussein to come, to his capital of Riyad and attempt to work out a compromise on the •Palestine Army" proposal. FBI Continues Bombing Query; School Youths May be Involved KANSAS C.TY-< ; TTA>-A M ^TB^U.'^Z^ 40 high school .students, and perhaps M many as 80. may be inXd a. members of Nar, youth croups here whose aim is to get rid Of all Jews and NegrOM. II group's purpose, declaring: party is joining with the NatM Socialist German Workers p Our founder is Adolf Hitler. COMBAT BIGOTRY! GIVE TO THE CJA t BUY ISRAEL BONOS MAYSMie PRttDMRG Mrs. Harry Gompers (left), of 1937 SW 16th ave., Miami, chats with 1960 United Cerebral Palsv Poster Girl Michele Buckwaiter and Riclcie Layne and Velvel. television headhners. They were prominent in the opening of Telethon headquarters, 1111 Lincoln rd. The telethon will be held in Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium on Mar. 5 over WCKT. ch. 7. Inge Toft Gives Up Cargo; Suez Bar Remains Firm LONG-DISTANCI MOVERS DAIlY PICK-UPS New York, New Jer Sty, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington, Baston — all oh*r pants. DIAL JE 8 8353 M. Lieberman & Sons 6SS COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH RETURN LOAD RATES TtjGUST BROS Rvr *^ i • ..• HI <.T i *" LONDON-(JTA)-The Danish freighter Inge Toft, detained at Port Said since last May 21 with a cargo originating in Israel, will not be allowed to use the Suez Canal even though "her owners have surrendered the Israeli cargo to the United Arab Republic authorities, it was disclosed here. Dispatches from Cairo quoted the agents of the shipowners as declaring that the ship was to be penalized because it had carried Israeli cargo. The Paris newspaper. Le Monde, reported from Cairo that the owners of the Greek freighter Astypalea. which is also detained at Port Said with a cargo originating in Israel, have decided to negotiate with the UAR authorities for surrender of the cargo and release of the vessel. The cargo of the Greek freighter was shipped from Israel in accordance with conditions spelled out to United Nations Secretary General Hammarskjold by President Nasser of the PAR. When the ship arrived at Port Said for transit through the canal in mid-December, the authorities detained it. holding its cargo to be contraband. Up to now, the ship's owners have refused to permit its unloading, pending the outcome of further negotiations between Mr. Hammarskjold and the UAR. became known here while the FBI, war ended in 1945. but the ,^ SSTherESl Police intensified of National Soc.alism have their Investigations of the bombing died. f the local synagogue. FR1 —~ — The bombing, in which the ri found dynamite had been used. took place two weeks ago at Kehilath Israel Temple, where 51 windows WW shattered by the explosion. The caretakers were in their apartment in one wing of the synagogue. They were not hurt. A swastika had baan painlad It) tha front of ma yr>atrgua a day bafora th axpBoaioti, and another swastika wB dhKOvareal at another ynatptu naartey. | thraa days aarliar. Federal Bureau investigators and local police said they found that some of the self-styM student Nazis possessed Nazi-type oni-, forms, arm-bands bearing the swastika, daggers, and literature calling for ridding the cowimuaitv of Jews and Negroes. At least 12 boys, teen age members of a group called the Nordic Reich Group, are ( being questioned. The youths arrested so far are students at East High School and Southeast High School here. In the s^&S ewtce THE YIVO FORUM MMII Ever* Sarorday • P.M MIAMI BEACH PUIIC SCNOOl 1470 Waihingto*! 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%  %  Page 10-A 9-Jewhtiflcric/iar Friday. February 12. I960 Albert Einstein Medical School in Hi Gear as Cantor, Fruchtman to Receive Founders Awards at Dinner Here Feb. 21 Albert Einstein College of Medicine went into high gear for its 1960 national development campaign here with the appointment of Herbert Sadkin. Ft. Lauderdale leal estate businessman, as chairman of the school's dinner. U. S. Sen. Jacob Javits (RepN. Y.) will be guest speaker at the dinner scheduled for Sunday evening, Feb. 21, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Sadkin met with a committee of top area leaders Sunday at the Eden Roc hotel to map the campaign and make plans for the Feb. 21 function. The Albert Einstein College of Medicine it the first medical school under Jewish auspices in America, and is pan to all students who can meets its scholastic requirements, without regard to race or religion. Sadkin, a founder of the college and a long-time worker with the Federation of Jewish Philanthropists of New York, the United Jewish Appeal and Joint Defense Appeal, named these men as as sociate chairmen of the dinner committee; William Brandt. George Frankel. Thomas L. Kaplan, Nathan J. Sonnenblick, and Jerome Wolk. On the founders committee are South Florida residents Joseph Rabbi Lipsehrtx In Tuesdav. 830 p.m.. Rabbi Man LipschiU will deliver a paper on I "The Diary of Anne Frank Psycological Analysts." The lecture is part of a course on 'Marriage and the Family, .held on the third Tuesday of eat* month at Monticello Park Congregation. College of Jewish Studies sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, has invited Rabbi Lip' schitz to teach the second semester Talks Here course on "Judaism as Creed In< f Life." Lecturei begin at 8:30 p. m commencing Thursday night. Feb* 11, through May S. Other lectures include Rabbi Benno Wallach, of Temple Sinai wtio-will teach "Reform Judaism;'*-Dr. Donald Michaelson, of Hill'el Foundation, Univeristy of Miami in "Jewish History;" and Abraham J. Gittelson, education director Park Congregation! Monticello '"Elementary Hebrew Off. MARCUS D. KOCH % % % % %  % % % % % %  h.m MIAMI ABROAD BY HIP OVERNIGHT Mondays > TO NASSAU! I and Fridays (5 PM) 100% AIR-CONDITIONED S/S BAHAMA STAR (FORMERLY 10.000 TON TRANSATLANTIC AROSA STAR; 3-DAY, AU-EXPINSl CRUISI 3 nighli, S mtoli aboard ihip from *54 plu loi Ship i> your holtl ROUND-TRIP IXCURSION 2 nighli, 4 mealt aboard ihip trom *3# plus Ion Dock-to-dock eervtca ... from the hurt of Miami to the hrt oINui at famoua B.v Street. Largeet. moat luiurioua paaeenier aocornmodationa out of Miami. Fine food, dancing. three cocktail lounaee. 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Under Dr. Kogel's leadership, the school has achieved recognition as one of the major centers of medical instruction in the nation. An authority in public health and hospital administration, ha formerly served as commissioner of hospitals of Now York City. The dinner will also be the site of presentation of the school's third annual Service Award to Max J. Etra. Other recipients were George Frankel, 1959, and Charles frost. 1958. Etra is chairman of the board of trustee* of Yeshiva University and a founder and member of the board of overseers of the Albert Einsteen medical school He is a past president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America and president of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, New York City. Meanwhile. Jack A. Cantor, Miami Beach real estate executive, and Charles Fruchtman, steel industrialist of Miami Beach and Toledo, O., have been designated to receive Founders Awards at the Feb. 21 dinner, which will begin at 6 p.m. Nathan J. Sonnenblick is chairman of the Hollywood committee I of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine dinner. Members of the Hollywood committee include Alired J. Groene, Ben Greene, Abraham L. Mailman, Sam Spatt, Abraham Blumenkranz, Joseph J. Smolian and Sidney Ritter, all founders ; of the college. GOING NORTH? Make sure Ifa a pleasure trip-carefree, comfortable and imart! Step aboard our Silver Meteor Or Silver Star and relax In apacioua lounge and tavern c*ra aa wail aa la your own reserved Pullman or Coach Occommodatien... enjoy iiisiisiog your OWn WeaTa Realtime. Taking the and ehtldrenf-they'll eoom make frienda with the Registered Nurse. The afternooa "Hospitality Hour" ia a pleasant treat for all. And your ticket includes a meat lienerout luggage allowance I Hay toe reserve an automobile /er you at your Northern deittnahont Obtain end use your convenient RAIL TRAVEL CREDIT CARD. 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n 12, I960 CJA CAMPAIGN NEWS PAGE FIVE RESPONSIBILITIES OF LEADERSHIP 1 I an example of true leadership, this group of top CJA campaign officers are the first to sign their 1960 pledges. Seen by the CJA CAMPAIGN camera just as they affixed their signatures are (left to right) Joseph M. Lipton, campaign co-chairman; Aaron Kravirz, campaign co-chairman; Federiresident Sam J. Heiman; and general campaign chairmen Sam Blank and Harold Thurman. pres JtWl^HlUMMDNITY CENTER Haber (left) and Miss Esther Brkkman (right), workers in the CJA Women's are shown on their "recent tour of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Ic .vn Branch, where David Eskenazi pointed out the wide variety of group work fe-time programs made available to all members of the family. GMJCC provides |for all—from nursery to Golden Age—and has four branches better to serve the areas. The Center is a beneficiary agency of the Combined Jewish Appeal. They're checking the reservations list for the Young Men's Division fourth annual dinner February 23 at the Deauville hotel. Left to right are Marshall Harris and Lewis Kanner, co-chairmen of the Young Men's campaign. Bill Glosser (right) is one of the genera! chairmen of the division, sharing this top responsibility with Allen Freehling. The fast-growing division is taking its rightful place along side other hardworking groups in this year's campaign. j ITH SHORE AND APARTMENTS DIVISIONS IN FULL SWING; T MEETING SET FOR SEVILLE HOTEL ON SUNDAY, FEB. 14 to right are Harry Nelson, Harry Halperin, Julius Rosenstein. I m left to right are Mayshie Friedberg, Johan L. Berman, Milton Gottlieb. Left to right are Bam Oilier, Morris Cohen, Oscar Member. Left to right are Samuel Kaplan, Dr. I. Unterman, Louis Lieberman.



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Poge 4-B +Jelstfk*M lar Friday. February 12, 1950 Jewish Flondmn Exclusive YoM C ARRIAGE MlIflSELOR_ /u SamttJ Cf. sJiling MIAMI'S NATIONALLY FAMOUS MARRIAGE COUNSELOR AND AUTHOR Mr. Kling is available lor private marriage counseling at fhe Huntington Medical bldg., in Miami If we are to understand our marriages we must, fir>* of all, have some understanding of ourselves. Hew did we become what we are? What are the basic drives and urges which motivate us, which 0 us "tick"? Are there any laws of personality development which help explain our behavior? To begin with, every individual is the total product of his heredity, his constitutional equipment or bodily endowment, and his environment. By heredity I mean the biological transmission oi parental characteristics to children. This means that any given individual is the joint product, biologically, not only of his mother and father, but of his grandparents and great-grandparents, as well. In fact, though we do not actually know, the probabilare that what we inherit comes from ancestors Wt cannot even trace. Nevertheless, their traits are also part of the equipment we are born with. Unfortunately, our knowledge of just how heredity works is still limited. We simply do not krew all we should know. We do know, however. [bat the genes, microscopically tiny units that make up the chromosomes, are the carriers of whatever parental qualities we possess. These include the lair, the color of our skin, the size and shape of the body, color blindness, and many others as well, each gene carrying a single trait. Varying Temperaments But when it comes to predicting which parental features will predominate in the child, there are no rcncluuive answers. The reason is that half of the genes come from the father, half from the mother. Moreover, parents may pass on traits which they e inherited from their ancestors but which are %  pparent in their own anatomical or mental %  up. A child's personality—and therefore an adult's veil—is also the product of his body structure or lowment. Some youngsters come into the world naturally sturdy frames: some with weak, puny l. Most are born with normal orsans, but a few born with congenital defects which often color outlook OB life. The child who is born blind .'. 1 "view" the world one way: the child who is n with .-1 misshapen arm or leg will view it anchor way; and so will the child born with a weak nach or a malfunctioning liver. Equally important, some children come into the th varying temperaments. Take, as an expie. two new-born babies lying in their cribs in a spital. Admittedly, the environment has had no nee to have any effect on the youngsters. But infant, almost from the instant of birth, will •bine and whimper, and generally look and feel mtiappy. The other will have a beatific look on his ace, utterly at peace with himself and the world. Stated simply, the external environment conof people, places and things—as well as nutri1 at: 1 Illness which affect the individual in the .curse of his life. illy no two people are even really affected in precisely the same way by their environment, for no two environments are every really the same in their reactions on people. The Dethroned Child Take two children in a family, one of whom grows up to be a professional thief, the other the governor of a large state. The very fact that one of the children was born first may have an inca culable affect on his personality. The oldest child, as Alfred Adler long ago pointed out. generally tends to have a feeling of strength and omnipotence as long as he is the only child. As such he tends to be pampered and spoiled, since he is usually the sole outlet of his parents' affection and attention. But let another boy be born, and often the older one's sense of omnipotence is seriously undermined. He feels and frequently acts as if he had been dethroned, since the love and attention he formerly received exclusively are now divided beteween him and his brother. In short, the older brother may now feel acutely shaken and insecure. He craves attention and affection as never before, but his parents may be too busy with the new baby to devote too much time to the older one. The older boy reacts. He may unconsciously turn upon his parents and attempt to degrade or humilate them. He may develope temper tantrums in his bid for their attention and. as he grows up. m.-iy even develop definite anti-social tendencies so that he becomes a thief. This may be his way of wreaking vengeance on his parents for dethroning him. The younger child, on the other hand, often views the older brother as a rival to be surpassed. as someone to overcome either physically or intellectually. He has a goal in life, an aim, and he is likely "to be determined and aggressive. Everything else*bejng equal, goine into politics harmonizes with the younger child's personality pattern and his thirst for power. The Quality of Environment Thus even the position of a child within the family may be a matter of first rate importance in the formation of personality. I do not argue that merely being the first, second or third child is ;lie decisive factor in his environment. Many other factors enter into and determine the kind of personality an adult has. for personality itself is the sum total of all the influences that have impinged on an individual. These not only include his parents, but nicfa significant adults as his uncles and aunts, brothers and sisters, teachers and friends. The environment includes more than this. too. It includes the books one reads, the amount and quality of the love and affection one receives, u well as the depth and variety of one's emotional experiences. The point is that though we can do very little about heredity, much can be done about improving the tone and quality of the environment. Moreover. many qualities which parents often consider to have been inherited frequently turn out to be. on 1 inspection, the child's attempt to imitate and identity himself with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. Charnay were host to over 200 members of the Louis D. Brandeis group of Hadassah at the Fontainebleau hotel last Thursday. They sponsored a "Break the Bank" luncheon, proceeds of which will be used to help cure eyes of trachoma-afflicted children in Israel. Mrs. Kay Deitch, chairman, and Mrs. Earl Coplan. president, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Fred Jonas presented Mrs. Charnay with a Medical Center Certificate for her "outstanding efforts in behalf of Hadassah Medical Center in Israel." FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! 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CAMPliSNMEWS NEWS AND PICTURES OF YOUR SPONSORED BY THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION No. 3 A SUPPLEMENT OF TtU fe*U& ?U>Udf Builders' Dinner by announcing his $2,000 pledge, representing an 800 percent increase over 1959. He disclosed that the UJA, which is supported by Miami's campaign, helped to bring him into the U.Sj ten years ago. With him are Aaron Kravirz, a campaign'co-chairman in charge of New Gifts Development; Sam J. Heiman, president of Federation, who doubled his gift for I960; and Paul Rimmeir. i IN THIS ISSUE: "WE'RE ONLY DOING HALF A JOB" page 3 HOTELS, DENTISTS, ACCOUNTANTS, AND PHYSICIANS' DIVISIONS ACCEPT CHALLENGE page 4 Among the many builders and financiers attending the successful Builders' Dinner were (left to right) Ben Giller, Morf Fellman, Harry Flayderman, Julius Lidsky, whose 1960 gift was a 500 percent increase, and Milton Spool. The generous response was triggered by a good number who boosted their gifts to kick off Ihe fund-raising. ; i Happy to make increased pledges to CJA were these members of the construction industry. Left fo right are Gene Fisher, Neil Schiff, David Blumberg, and Leonard Miller. They attended the Builders' Dinner which was hosted by Harold Chaskin his home on Palm Island. (FOR MORE BUILDERS' PICTURES, TURN TO PAGE 4.) WOMEN'S SPONSORS TEA MAINTAINS PLUS-GIVING PACE page 6 SOUTH SHORE AND APARTMENTS DIVISIONS ON THE GO! Leonard Rosen (right) boosted his pledge 400 percent, and Bernard Selevan (left) doubled his gift in recognition of this year's bigger needs, to maintain the pace of increases set by responsive builders and financiers at their big dinner meeting. page 5



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,. February 12, 1960 knisti IhrkH^r Pag* 9-B arvninojlu EDITH APPLEBAUM IS ILL HER COIUMN RESUMES NEXT WEEK. & • • k^ociaii ite Continued from Page 1-B Mike powder blue organdy raist dresses to wear to 116th birthday party luncheon Algiers iras an Alpha Epsilon Phi "pot supper at Howard and Rosalirsch's home. 6270 SW 121st President Mrs. Norman Sirkin is Chairman Milton Sirkin, of Miami i, has been named associate ur. of the attendance comd r the 1960 biennial con,n oi the National Jewish WelThe convention will lid Mar. 30 through Apr. 3 at pha*e-Park Plaza hotel, St. Mo. ]R Washington Bureau CR has opened a Washington Bureau to give local listeni-the-spot daily coverage of m the nation's capital conks Miami and the State of I Dired. telephone reports cc Mroversial issues affect|ur:i!.i in Congress, the .courts, li\e departments, all fields of jvernment, and White House I cc rferences. Brown glad to welcome Gloria and Mel Muroff. Jack and Miriam Mades, Marvin and Naomi Zank, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Jonas, and Martin and Irene Samuels among the crowd. • • • Roz Soltz and her Jerry leave Feb. 16 by plane for Equador. Peru and Panama Traveling with them will be Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz. publishers of The Southern Jewish Weekly Busman's holiday for Mrs. Lee jDopkin. of Baltimore, visiting her sister, Mrs. Samuel Kling ... No relaxation for either, with Sadie— her Sam's the marriage counselor and Jewish Flnridian columnistincluding Mrs. D. in every meeting she attends Mrs. Robert I. Schwartz off to Washington to attend a Public Affairs Institute of National Council of Jewish Women and to meet with charming Rep. Oante Fascell ... The Al Fines. 1015 Lenox ave.. catching their breath over dinner at Luau Al and Gert have been working round-the-clock getting their new men's shop open on Kane Concourse. BOOKKEEPING ICCOUKTIMC TYPIWtlTINC factory Wf ir-t— n aie U a Rates PLaxa 4-4307 $ Sprcdlizing iti Format* Cocktail Gowns mi Bridal Attire PARSONS 3410 COHAl WAY 0pa Vone.y Nile Til 9 M* ST. SHOPPING CENTH Opee AUnrf., „* ttUmf "if* 711 f Monticello Youth Breakfasts United Synagogue Youth and confirmation class .of MjWticellQ Park Congregation, will sponsor a weekly service and: breakfast' each Sunday, beginning Feb. 14. The service commences at 9:15 a.m. DR. LEHRMAN IN NEW YORK Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, left for New York City this week to attend a conference of the newly fc Tied Rabbinic Cabinet of the United Jewish Appeal. Dr. Lehrman is one of 20 spiritual leaders throughout the nation named to the body. WIDE FEET? STOP SUFFERING E-E-E WIDTHS ALWAYS IN STOCK r*o* $4.98 WEDGEES, HEELS, LOAFERS, SCUFFS ALL COLORS BOB GOLDNER'S TRAIL SHOES 1610 S.W. 8th STREET Miami FR 3-6863 President Eisenhower accepts first copy of recently-published Armed Forces Hymnal whose Jewish Section was prepared in consultation with National Jewish Welfare Board's Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy. Left to right are Rear Adm. George A. Rosso. Navy chief of chaplains; Maj. Gen. Terrence P. Finnegan, Air Force chief of chaplains; President Eisenhower; Maj. Gen. Frank A. Tobey, Army chief of chaplains; and Cmdr. Samuel Sobel, Jewish chaplain at the Norfolk, Va., Naval Base, Jewish consultant to the Armed Forces Chaplains Board. Evans Hugh**, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and many ethers. He received world renown for his giant painting, "The Four Freedoms," which has been published in newspapers and art journals throughout the world. Jafnel is a specialist in oil and pastel portraits, and during recent years, his technique has shifted from the classic to the modern "But it is a contemporary art you can still understand," he notes critically. Several of Jafnel's works are being considered for purchase by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. He is now accepting commissions in his Miami Beach Studio. Armchair Travelers to Visit Armchair travelers will visit countries in many parts of the world on film Feb. 18 at the Miami Public Library, 1 Biscayne blvd. : The program. Travel Unlimited, is 1 shown at 1, 3:30 and 8 p.m., and will include films on the United States, Puerto Bico, Australia and Greece. General Meeting Monday Greater Miami chapter of the National Kidney Disease Foundation will hold a general meeting, 1030 a.m., at the home of Mrs. Louis Gillman. 1834 Brickel ave. StMUlI lUHtl Renowned Artist Has Studio Here Samuel A. Jafnel, internationally renowned artist, is "now a Miami Beach resident at 4214 Royal Palm sve. Educated at the National A/ademy of Design in 1912, he studied under Douglas S. Volk, famous American portrait painter, and devoted many years to newspaper cartooning in New York, as well as illustration. For a time, he was art instructor at the Borough Hall Academy there. • Jafnel has painted, among other noted personalities, Dr. Joseph Montague, publisher and editor of "Health Digest;" Baron and Baroness Sigismund Vn Der Reit and daughter, Vera; Robert Richter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Richter, Miami; Ma|. Charles MacDonald, U.S.A., ret.; Duchess De Chasaigner, of Spain; Chief Justice Charles if 1-3167 JE 8 8619 Camp Deerfield LAKE LURE, NORTH CAROLINA In The Heart of the Blue Ridoe Mil.. Alt. 1900 Ft. FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS A FULL 9 WEEK. ALL INCLUSIVE TUITION FEE OF $600 (Transportation 4. 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Friday, February 12. 1960 Jmist>nDr*mn PUBLIC NOTICE ATTENTION INVESTORS REAL ESTATE SYNDICATES BROKERS Response to our offering of Collier County Acreage or ground floor, rook-bottom prices has been amazing to %  There or* obvieosly maoy potential purchasers who ore interested in rkis. the lost of tbe Barron Collier family's large holdings in CoNtar M the 40 MILE BEND. CLOSE TO THE DAOE COUNTY LINE; SOLD NOW and perhaps NEVER AGAIN at prices approximately 25% LOWER than the market prices of last year. WHEN THIS ACREAGE IS SOLD — THE PRICE MUST GO RACK TO PREVIOUS LEVELS. "Make no mistake about it — Florida acreage still provides the greatest incentive and the greatest profit opportunities in real estate In the Sunshine Stats today ... It is hard to escape the conviction that the entire area of Collier. Lee and Charlotte Counties probably hold the greatest future potential of any area in South Florida at the present time. True — lots, horns developments and commercial properties are yielding almost unprecedented returns for investors. But the fact still remains that the greatest potential for profits sail lies in land held for speculation or development. This was graphically demonstrated only recently when the R and R Builders paid approximately $7,000,000 for 2.000 lots in Carol City in North Dads County. In the lots '30s tracts in the same area before Carol City was developed, were offered Jar $595 for five acres (equivalent to 16 lots) — at $10 down and $10 a month. That same story of endless opportunities is being repeated throughout the state, but nowhere more dramatically than in Collier County, on the lower Gulf Coast of Florida." ... By Dais S. Renault. Real Estate Editor, The Miami Beach Sun. Sunday. December 13. 1959. 640 ACRES at $ 40 per acre: Deposit $2,560 320 ACRES at 42" per acre: Deposit $1,360 160 ACRES at 45" per acre: Deposit $720 80 ACRES at 47 s0 per acre: Deposit $380 40 ACRES at 50 per acre: Deposit $200 This land is 10'14' in elevation CHOOSE ONE PLAN NO. 1 — Deposit represent* 10o of total price balance ef 11 PLAN NO. 2 — 10 c o deposit and 41 low monthly payments. ALL MONIES HELD IN ESCROW UNTIL SALE IS COMPLETE — TITLE INSURED "I will personally 9iartslf that H after MM year yoa feel yon hove mode % %  %  e.wrse ietne*f — er yen wish fe five HO your irtvestmettf for any rtoio* wbattver — I will refsmd yo.r monr-y Murray L. Laioriv At ee iaflofion hedge—for capital ooins purposes—wo fool this It the FINEST opportunity available is South Florida Is 1*40! OPEN SUNDAYS! WRITE! CALL! SEE! MURRAY L. LAZARUS ESTABLISHED 1944 REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS (Or Your Own Broker) 969 S.W. 1st STREET, MIAMI FRanklin 1-9800 — FRanklin 4-4372 ASSETS OVER $500,000.00