The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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cJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 10
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 4, 1960
Two Sections Price 20*
n-Gurion to Visit U.S. Next Week
Flip Assumes No Trouble
Brewing in Middle East;
Will Get Brandeis Degree
NO COMFfOfMCf MOTION OfflATID PAGf 7-4
INCITfMfNT TO WAN PkCi I l-A
KALEM(JTA) Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion wul go
Bed States to receive an honorary doctorate from Brandeis
on Mar. 9.
taie Minister's office issued a communique which said that
Minister had accepted*
to receive the degree |
Laws next Wednesday, i
iy will take place on j
University campus at
ass. Mr. Ben-Gurion
"Science and Ethics
but ions of Greece, In-
HHMl MIHISJta BtN-GUItlOH
i Israel
rjretive sources here em-
it NMt th sol* purpose of
Minister's visit was to
Mm doctorate. It was
Ml, also, that tho Prim*
^Acceptance *f the in-
Ebts time was indica-
I fact that Mr.
I net expect
B^eb countrie* in the
future.
sources insisted that
fnx> plans for the Prime
meet President Eisen
cretary of State Chris-
The invitation was
month ago, and the
ved the visit Sun-
ed by law. The Prime
ecompanied by Mrs.
and Yitzhak Navon,
[secretary, will fly to
[return directly to Is-
Minister Levi Esh-
cting Prime Minister.
twspapers were late
iicting that Premier
rould at least pay a
at the White House
thcoming flying visit )
Minister's most re-
Pthe United States was
$1 in connection with
el Bond drive.
Prime Minister, who
considerable time in
Tax-Exempt UJA Status
In No Danger- Goldmann
'GRUtSOME MISCARMAOt Of JUSTKT
Mary/and Legislator
Hits Rockwell Verdict,
D.C. Police Handling
DISOtOfsUY CONDUCT CHARGES DUOfrED
PAGt 3 A
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
NEW YORKNegotiations are now going on between the Jewish
Agency and fund-raising organizations in the United States with a view
of ensuring participation of American Jewish leaders in determining
the spending of funds raised in this country for Israel, Dr. Nahum Gold-1.,
._,. ano Americans arc Dcmg ue-
mann, chairman of the Jewish Agency, revealed at a preas conference I prived of the ,4^ to defend them-
here Tuesday. I selves and their families from the
I--------------------------* The negotiations, he said, may threat of an awful death."
conclude this month, following'
which a public statement will be
issued. He emphasized that the
Jewish Agency had long sought:
isuch participation. He said that,
the tax-exemption status of the
United Jewish Appeal is in no dan-
ger.
WASHINGTON(JTA>Rep. Samuel Friedel, Maryland Democrat,
said Monday in a House speech that the U.S. Attorney General should
consider prosecution under the Smith Act of George Lincoln Rockwell,
Fuehrer of the American Nazi Party. He termed Rockwell "disruptive
to the peace and security of our nation." He criticized the handling of
the Rockwell affair by the District of Columbia police.
Commenting on the arrest ol*-------------
Irving Berman, a local Jewish 1
communal leader who protested
against the distribution of Rock-
well's Nazi handbills. Rep. Friedel
said "a more gruesome miscar-
riage of justice could not be
imagined." He said the police pro-
tected Rockwell's Nazi agitators.
U.S. Charged
With Prejudice
Against Jews
NEW YORK-(JTA)-The Amer
ican Jewish Congress called Sun-
day for a Congressional investiga-
tion of what it termed the Fed-
eral Government's "failure*4 to
take effective action in "prevent-
ing growing religious and other
discrimination against American
citizens by foreign nations."
The organisation's national ad-
ministrative and executive com
mittees adopted a resolution at a
joint quarterly meeting, urging a,
"thorough probe of apparent gov-
ernment involvement in the as-
sault on the rights of American |
trihTsTuVofthe';ten by Arab League countries,
of the ancient world vu*l0%*r land,s ,in AsiaLnd/?rt; >
a leading exponent of!;" Th* resolution called for a
g role of science in
Dr. Goldmann made H clear
that the Jewish Agency had in-
formed the various parties in
Israel which receive funds from
the Agency en condition that
they conduct ne fund-raising
campaigns ef their own in the
United Stares that after 1960
Continued en Page 3-A
Rep. Friedel stressed that
"within the shadows of the Capi-
tol of the United States hand-
bills are being distributed that
call for the erection ef gas evens
to exterminate the Jews." He
added: "Rockwell and his peo-
ple have been distributing this
material openly and without any
hindrance en the part of the
police officials ef this city."
Calling attention to District of
Columbia laws that state It is for-
bidden to act "with intent to pro-
voke a breach of the peace," or to
Continued en Page 5-A
Pro-Nasser Arabs Detained
As Journal is Suspended
TEL AVIV(JTA)Several leaders of a small ultra-nationalist
Berlin Mayor
Makes Light
Of Incidents
WEST BERLIN-fJTA) Mayor
Willy Brandt of West Berlin told
I the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Tuesday that its democratic youth
is Germany's insurance against
the possibility of a resurgence of
Nazism.
The mayor said the recent anti-
Semitic outbreaks were not the re-
sult of an organized plot but the
work of two types of people"peo-
ple still blinded by Nazism, or just
plain hooligans, mischief-makers
and crackpots." He insisted that
there was no "political signifi-
cance whatever" in the outbreaks.
"The fact that the same things
happened elsewhere," he said, dis-
cussing the epidemic of swasti-
kas, "does not excuse us. What
happened here must be regarded
more seriously because one thinks
Continued on Page l-A
social progress, is a
?scholar, as well as a
He is the author ofj
Its on his nation and its
Horary degree will be
upon Mr. Ben-Gurion in
convocation called for
Congressional
these charges:
investigation
group.of Israel Arabs whose slogan was reported to be "Nasser is our
; Ben-Gurion" were detained and their periodical suspended after exten- j
1. The State Department has
entered into a "gentleman's
agreement" with Pakistan not
to assign any members of the
Jewish faith fo American diple-
Continued on Page l-A
*
sive agitation against Israel authorities, it was disclosed this week.
The group, which has its head*--------
quarters in Nazareth, split off re-
cently from an earlier Arab group
formed several years ago under
the name "Popular Front," which
called for bettering the conditions
of Israel's Arab minority.
te Dep 't. Denies AJC Allegation
ITON (JTA) State anti-Jewish agreement with Saudi I Although highly placed individu-
T h e smaller extremist group
began publishing an unlicensed
periodical which attacked Israel
authorities and slandered Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion and
ether officials, including the
governors who direct military
rule ef the Arab-populated bor-
der areas, officials said.
They reported also that cells ofj
Arab youth, principally intellectu-
als, were organized in the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem. Some of
It spokesman
is week sought
Lincoln Arabia. He said the United States als in the executive department the Arab members openly an-
to deny denied the existence of any ar-, are fighting a new policy to bar nouncer their support of the re-
When authorities decided that
E
Jewish Congress charges rangement with Saudi Arabia to Jews from assignment to Pakis- gjme of President Nasser of the
Department discriminates bar American military personnel tan, Mr. White contended that no j United Arab Republic.
Americans of Jewish faith ou* Jewish faith from that country, such discrimination existed. He
Kment of U. S. personnel He added, however, that Saudi offered as "proof" the comment
Em country. Arabia "in exercise of its sever-: that some U. S. officers who have | the incitement had become dan-
evidence ,0 the con-.eign rights" had "normally re.! rved in Pakistan recaUed there gerous they closed down the pe-
' ">~ Jews there. (The is-, riodical and detained several lead
r. wnue contended that fused to issue entry visas to per-
fted States has made no sons of Jewish faith."
were some
(The
Continued en Page 13-A
Continued on Page 5 A
United Nations Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold
will be host to Israel Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion
during the latter s stay here
next week, and the White
House "assumes" a date will
be made for the Prime Min-
ister and President Eisen-
hower to meet. See Page 2-A.
I


.1 9.
Page 2-A
-Jmlsti nt>rXtiton
Friday. March 4, 1955
Dag to Fete Qurion, Eye Mid-East
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
UNITED NATIONS Premier
Ben Gurion has cabled acceptance
States, it w
Tuesday.
Hammarskjold had cabled anlin-
L<> Secretary 3eneral Dag.. Hem" x aati<1fr*to Ben-Gurion MontTSy*.
marskjold of an invitation to be his 1 wnen he was informed that the
guest at some time during his Israel Prime Minister intended to
forthcoming visit to the United vjsjt the United States next week
" in a private capacity to receive a
degree at Brandeis University. The
Secretary General also sent word
to Ben-Gurion that he would hold
himself available for such discus-
sions as the Prime Minister might
find useful and convenient.
announced here United Nations or at Ilammaf
skjolds estate at Brewster a ho.*
30 miles out of New York City
Ike United Nations e.
Yeshiva Donors
At Mar. 3 Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick (right) receive citation from Dr. Ben-
jamin Fine, dean of the Graduate School of Education at
Yeshiva University, for their contribution as "Ambassadors"
of Yeshiva, annual donors of SI,000 or more toward a tuition
scholarship. Presentation was at meeting here this week plan-
ning the Thursday, Mar. 3 "Ambassadors" dinner at the Ster-
ling hotel.
Rabin to Attend Educators1 Meet
Saul Rabin will represent Beth
David Congregation at the eighth
annual Educators Assembly con-
vention Mar. 27 to 30 at Grossing-
er's hotel. Grossinger, N. Y.. it was
announced by Sidney Aronovitz.
president.
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teacher-training program, the ex
tension of the school week and the
establishment of a Hebrew high
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tional achievements to be hailed
by principals from more than 100
Conservative congregations in the
United States and Canada, who
will attend the convention.
Keynoting the convention will be
Dr. Jacob Agus. rabbi of Congre-
gation Beth El. Baltimore, who
'will address delegates on "To-
ward a Consistent Philosophy of
I Jewish Education."
A discussion led by William B.
I Lakritz. educational director of
the Philadelphia Board of Jewish
Education for Conservative,
Schools, and a Torah study session I
on problems in Bible teaching, led
by Rabbi Moses Zucker of the
Teachers Institute of the Jewish
Theological Seminary, are among
the key sessions scheduled for con-
vention delegates.
According to Max J. Etra. din-
ner chairman. Dr. Samuel Belkin,
president of Yeshiva University,
was to be guest speaker before
"Ambassadors" of Yeshiva Uni-
versity at a dinner honoring them
at the Sterling hotel on Thursday.
Mar. 3, 7 p.m.
Dr. Benjamin Fine, dean of the
Graduate School of Education, was
also to be on the program.
An "Ambassador" is a donor of
$1,000 a year towards the tuition
of a worthy student of Yeshiva.
who could otherwise not afford to
! attend the university. According
; to Etra, more than $1,000,000 is an
anally raised by "Ambassadors"
to help Yeshiva students to com-
plete their studies.
Local Miami Beach residents
who are "Ambassadors" of Ye-|
jshiva include the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin.
Charles If. Bendheim, Siegfried!
Bendheim. Mr. and Mrs. Morris,'^
Bienenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. I
Cantor. Jacob C. Cohen, Mr. and,>
Mrs. Joseph Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. |J
Morris Falk. Mayer H. Frankel, ?
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon.
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. Mrs.
Nellie C. King. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- J
liam Kline. Mr. and Mrs. Sam I.n
by. sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Po-
pick, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rudnick.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz.
Harry Sirkin and Morris Sugar-
man.
Final arrangement! for the
meeting of the two men will de-
pend on the schedule being ar-
ranged for Ben-Gurion, who is
expected to spend some time in
Washington during his brief stay
in the United States. Tentative
plans provide for the two men
to meet on Thursday, Mar. 10,
for talks on Middle East ques-
tions, and for Hammarskjold to
tender a luncheon on that date
in Ben Gurion'i honor.
The meeting might be held at the
supervised by betfi din
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him.
In Washington, meanwhile the
White House advised that no defi.
nite appointment has yet been
established for Ben-Gurinn to meet
with President Eisenhower but
they "assume it will be."
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[Mrs. Meyers to Run
:or School Board
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers has
qualified for reelection to the
.kclHxil Board of. Dade County, Mrs.
Meyers has served on the board
unce November. 1953. She has
practiced law in Dade county since
1936. and before that time in the
slate of New York.
Previously to becoming a law-
yer, Mrs. Meyers was a teacher,
professional social worker and a
Registered nurse. Mrs. Meyers is
member of the Dade County, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, and American
Jar Assns.
She alte belonos to the Nation-
al Assn. of Women's Lawyers,
land was first president of ttee
I Florida Women's Lawyers Assn.,
which he organiiod. Mrs.
Mayors has been active in civic
work, serving at legislation chair-
man of me Florida Business end
Professional Women's Clue*, en
the Welfare Planning Council,
Dade County United Fund, 6i-
Irector of international affairs of
Miami-Dado County Chamber of
I Commerce, Women's Division.
Page 3-A
Disorderly Charges Dropped by D.C
MRS. ANNA MKMMff *KrtS
Mrs. Meyers has been a member
Lf (he Miami Beach Library and
\rt Center trustees and served as
lhairman for three years.
As a member of the Dade Coun-
Board of Public Instruction, she
las participated as chairman of
[arums study committees, which
Ja\e brought about improvements
procedures such as revision of
i>r: used in bidding and con-
tact practices for school building
Ind with vendors supplying school
|eeds. as well as reorganization of
be school lunchrooms.
Mr- Meyers reportedly initiated
he board plan for investment of
111 available funds in banks on bid,
ihich has earned many thousands
If dollars for the school board for
\ind~ previously lying idle. Mrs.
Meters participated in the study
If personnel practice for teacher
promotions.
She was a proponent for educa-
tional television, which resulted in
ablishment of cb. 2, WTHS.
Mrs. Meyers has attended almost
[very School Board meeting since
ihe became a member. She ran
lor the office in 1956, and was sue-
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Continued from Page 1 A
the Agency would no longer be
bound by this arrangement. The
final decision, he said, would be
made by the World Zionist Con-
gross, which will convene in
Jerusalem at the end of this
year.
The Jewish Agency leader ex-
plained that the allocations to polit-
ical parties in Israel were not for
political activities but for construc-
tive work in settlements and for
absorption of immigrants. The
funds were spent under the control
of the Jewish Agency comptroller,
he stressed. He said that the allo-
cations to the parties have not been
abolished for 1980. and added that
the Jewish Agency would in the
future be guided by the will of the
United Jewish Appeal with regard
to this matter.
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cessful by an overwhelming ma-
jority, both at the primaries and
| the general election. Mrs. Meyers
promises "to continue my interest
in the boys and girls of Dade
county to give every child an op-
portunity to develop his skills aca-
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WASHINGTON-(JTA) The
, Corporation Counsel of the Distric
\ of Columbia has officially dropped
'all disorderly conduct charges I
I against a Joca!.. Jewish communal i
leader and a neo-Nazi who were
I arrested after a scuffle over pub-
lic distribution of anti-Semitic
handbills.
The action terminated the en-
tire case. It had involved Irving
Berman. 48, northern Virginia
leader of the Israel Bond drive,
i and Kenneth Morgan. 34, leading
henchman of Fuehrer George Lin-
coln Rockwell, of the "American
Nazi Party."
The dropping of the charges
onded efforts of the American
Civil Liberties Union to trans-
form the case into a free speech
issue. The ACLU had sought to
incriminate Berman on alleged
ground of "interfjariito; whit free
speech" because ho opposed the
street-corner distribution of hand
bills urging the gassing of Amer-
ican Jews. The ACLU had as-
signed two Jewish attorneys to
enter the case on the Nazi side.
Their injection of a free speech
controversy complicated what had'
previously been considered only a
simple street corner fracas. The
, ACLU attempt to turn the disor- i
. derly conduct" episode into a'
question of constitutional free
speech guarantees caused wide- j
spread controversy.
Rockwell, exploiting support of
! his "free speech" rights by the \
American Civil Liberties Union
Finalists Listed
At Beth David
Beth David religious school has
conducted a "Vocabularly Bee"
over the past two months. The fol-
lowing were the finalists:
Second year level. Marcia. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cypen;
Deborah, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Lubel.
Third year level, David, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Abrams;
Glenn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Stahl.
Fourth year level, Ann, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Scherr; Sharon, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Budner.
and District of Columbia authori- He has filed an application with
ties, announced he would hold a the U. S. Department of the Jnte-
mass anti-Semitic rally here on rior for formal permission to use
Apr. 1 on the grounds of the Wash- the monument grounds for this
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lS.T.I-l
CORMER President Truman1!
contribution to the e*tar>|,8n.
ment of the State of I- ,,.| j
well recognized, has beer,
ly chronicled, and unqi
ably deserves the high p:
receives. Mr. Truman's
in history is assured for
reasons far beyond the s
"Und-
'lion-
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Volume 33
Friday. March 4. 1960
5 Adar 5720
Number 10
Imaginative Levels of Giving Needed
While notable gains are being
scored weekly in the 1960 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign,
CIA officials indicate that much
remains to be done if this year's
S3 million-plus goal is to be
achieved.
The favorable reaction of the
Jewish community here in the
form of increased giving demon-
strates a general understanding
that the gigantic humanitarian
task before CJA can not be prop-
erly fulfilled by levels of partici-
pation reached in the past.
This favorable reaction should
and must develop into a general
campaign atmosphere, in which
every man, woman and child in
Dade county recognizes the
heightened requirements of the
1960 Combined Jewish Appeal.
These requirements have re-
cently been placed into proper
perspective by a comparative
study of welfare programs in
Greater Miami in relation to sim-
ilar programs elsewhere in the
nation. The study shows our com-
munity in a less favorable light
than proud residents here might
anticipate.
It is time to speak honestlyand to speak
the facts. Our local Combined Jewish Appeal
agencies are faced with the increasing dilem-
ma of maintaining acceptable professional
standards even as the costs of operation rise.
In addition, their programs are constantly be-
ing called upon to expand in order to meet the
demands of a burgeoning Jewish community.
The recently-erected Sll million Mt. Sinai
Hospital, the new branches of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, last year's
S400.000-plus development at the Jewish Home
for the Aged, the opening of a Jewish Family
and Children's Service branch office on Miami
Beach, the addition to the Federation family a
comparatively short time ago of an indepen-
dent Jewish Vocational Service agency-these
and others are all striking examples of the man-
ner m which Dade county's Jewish community
is growing. *
It is apparent that broad and imaginative
levels of CJA giving must be achieved in order
to facilitate such expansion-no less than in
the Combined Jewish Appeal's other local
agencies. Bureau of Jewish Education and Serv-
ice to New Americans of National Council of
Jewxsh Women, all of which cater to the needs
o our Jewish community in their various fields
ot specialty.
Mr. Ben-Gurion to Visit Us
American Jewry proudly welcomes Israel
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion to these
shores.
The Prime Minister does nat arrive as a
Middle East potentatea more customary kind
of leader from that area of the world. He does
not come here to strike multi-billion dollar bar-
gains that crush even further a host of en-
slaved peoples.
He does not bring threats of neutrality or
hints of Communist fraternity to be wined and
dined in Washington.
Mr. Ben-Gurion, the leader of a fiercely
proud democracy, will fly to the United States
early next week to accept an honorary degree
from Brandeis University.
A great scholar dedicated to knowledge
and to the enhancement of man through man's
fortress of wisdom. Mr. Ben-Gurion will accept
the Brandeis degree with the same sense of
reverence and high purpose in which it is
being granted.
There will be no official ticker-tape
parades for him. Sob-sister journalists will not
be able to flutter about his royalty or his slaves.
***"*/ For ^n-Gurion is a man of philosophy
Should Dade county Jewry fail to meet the ? PeQCe' nf learning- is the thinking
llenge posed by expanding needs and ris- An\encaiw who will welcome this visitor with
pride as the leader of a people from out of
whose hearts and minds continues to
Torah.
,------------j **.v iuu io meet in
challenge posed by expanding needs and ris-
ing costs, a real threat exists to the standards
and progress of these egencies-a threat which
will place even stronger emphasis on the rela-
tively unsatisfactory place Miami's welfare pro-
grams hold in relation to similar programs else-
where in the nation.
Meanwhile, Israel's story continues in the
headlines of the nation's front pages from day
to day and Israel, through the United Jewish
Appeal, is a major CJA beneficiary.
come
Acknowledging Ambassadors
Yeshrva "nnrerstfy Au week acknow,
edges the contribution of ,.. "Ambassadors''
here to the university' worthy program.
Thus, the fact remainir Notable gain, are ^^^T^ot^ZZ^^V^
? K2 tJi^^L* *e C,A "*Paign 9* .rudents "^^P to anally in-
wa. to'rf^eLBelkin; ***** of Yeshiva.
ZZ< k Papal speaker at Thursday's
SSVSfiL^: -*W "AmbasL
here. Levels of giving are rising, and increas-
ing numbers of individuals and organizations
indicate their desire to work and to contribute.
In addition, it is extremely encouraging to ob-
?* t* IT9'",9 a new of ** o
share the helm of one of the most important
campaigns in the history of Dade county Jew-
ry s philanthropic efforts.
But more much more remains to be
done in the name of Jewish humanitarian en-
deavor here, nationally, overseas, and in
Israel.
K1?*um-n Qnd .womon Greater Miami
who rank among the school's supporters aTe
SSL,i9hiian,in9 -- <* .
""" *- ~w "t si ^e ol
this contribution, but it seems axttUwty that Jews will always i cord
him a unique kind of love and respect precisely because he v. as a
prime mover in Israel's behalf. These considerations, however. iould
have nothing to do with what is expected of him when he ace an
invitation to address a gathering like the concluding banquet of tne
I960 inaugural conference of the Israel Bond Organization last Sundit
at the Fontainebleau hotel. '
If it were his function merely to appear at the conference ? > that
delegates might get a glimpse of him and thus feel they had vics'-iously
achieved contact with the inspiring thing men call history, then it
should have ended there. But it did not. Instead, Mr. Truman rose
to speak, and said nothing. In this regard, he repeated himself Once
before, in 1957. the former Chief Executive also came to Miami to
address the Jewish community. On that occasion, he seemed equally
content to base two separate talks here on a few hastily-composed, in-
significant observations.
Both times, Mr. Truman's visit coincided with momentous oc.
currences in the Middle East. The first was in the midst of the violent
repercussions following Israel's startling 100-hour march through
Sinai under the leadership of Gen. Moshe Dayan. Prodded by news-
men at press conferences unrelated to his appearances before the Jew-
ish community, Mr. Truman three years ago responded sharp!.'. color,
fully and in mirthful accord with the prickly character for which he
is noted. Later addressing his Israel Bond and Combined Jewish Ap-
peal audiences, however, the former President lost steam, seened
stale and a painfully shadowy rendering of the HST who never tails
to elicit commentbe it from ardent admirer or dedicated foe
|u|R. TRUMAN'S SECOND round of talks since his arrival in Miami
" some two weeks ago have been, in typical fashion, startling for
their urgency. At a time when the nation's people and press -peak
of his successor in monotonous and dangerously non-critical terms. Ins
words here have been shocking by contrast for their vitality.
If, for no other reason, Mr. Truman Is to be applauded and. if for
no other reason, he should have been expected to say something cogent
at Sunday's inaugural banquet. Once again, he has muffed the opp ir-
tunitythis time in honor of the 1957 Sinai hero, in the wake of whose
dashing military campaign he first appeared here, and on a new occa-
sion when restless signs of turbulence seem to be engulfing the Middle
East.
How can it be that he set off a shower of fire and brimsmne
before a Democratic party dinner Saturday night and ideologic,illy
disappeared in a vague cloud of placidity at an Israel Bond funct.on
on the very next evening? Was it unreasonable to expect from him
a message of similar urgency albeit of a different order?
If Mr. Truman considered the occasion uninspirine, it wool
been more honest to beg off than dull) to repeat the Tigris-Eup
Kile VsJli y plan he offered here in 1957 for peace in the Middle :. '
a plan outdated even then and unrealistic in the face of th
fundamental problem of continuing Arab unwillingness to rei
the existence of Israel.
This is meant as no ultimate criticism of Mr. Truman, who-
que contribution will forever remain enshrined in the hearts of
etywhera. But 11ST, himself, would applaud the right of imme
and necessan reproof in a land that offers far too little ol it toda> I
where, out of the White House, he remains more "Mr. Presni
than his incumbent successor.
THIS COLUMN SEVERAL weeks ago discussed another address here
notable for what it did not say-a message by Israel Ambassador
Avraham Harman to delegates attending the 21st annual United Jew-
iah Appeal national conference. The column caused a Miami Be., h
rabbi anonymously to strafe at me from the pulpit, charging that n
Anglo-Jewish writer" attacked both Ambassador Harman and the I \
I can do no less than to repeat the lack of social grace by anw r-
ing the rabbi anonymously. To begin with, my remarks here were ih-
Mlutely uncritical of the Ambassador If anvlhing. thev took to t.. k
both the motive and method of American Jewish philanthropy who c
cause Mr. Harman so eloquently championed
More specifically, I suggested that the Ambassador's rem,
proved far more interesting for their peremptorincss than for th...
effusivem
That he relied on a statisical history of the United Jewish Appo.,''<
achievements and shortcomings in the ingathering of exiles since the
establishment of the State of Israel, that Mr. Harman.dtiirt ^slm-t
excus.vely with a demographic explanation of the housing'short--,',
hat he rigorously avoided the trowing Middle East crisis rodav, that
h,e .w ? r M,,ms Bfrins,ein subsequently -explained" the Am-
^g^'jgy ,0 ,radf on "PM one details" as a newly-adop., d
i TPS lechnM,u? a,med delusively at saving lives-will this seemed
!ar; and e^rsfve.'"8 ^^^ iBd '~WC^ ra,hCT than V0",n-
O"! F A 25 f in,ui,ion ralher prognostication. I sugce ;ed
United wf'h ity of,develoPin ^ange within the structure of the
seemoH *^ 1 Appe'J a more aningful explanation for what
mflSv iLp.T a.dr S.de,iberate skir,in of cri,i PoBtic.l and
oDmlnu dr,e'0Pml?n,S '" JSrael and ,he Ab countries todsy-dcvel-
?.iTing ^ P"1 med thC convenienl *>si r UJA fund-
ne.lIf|bl!? !5 !"!-< M attack against the United Jewish Ap-
C'best of r C! r,errdin'-y circumstances, have to make
he uja Hi ". ,hf htera,ly 8enational revelation days later that
ffi now1Sl'"tendf l0 rev,8e its budgeting of philanthropic funds
to Israel now bears out my original observation
beenuVs^ ek2i H""^ Jewish ^P"1 monie hv only loosely
que rSSonsmn Si % -' lt**thia* ot Because of a uni-
uUimaY'lv ^.Pmr '- J/T,h A*ency. som <>< bese funds also
anror/ani^-r. ",P^rt.^tbel8C, 0P*-tk>n. of Israeli activities
Dhil.n.hrn?c "* l f ^ s,rictest ***** tax-deduct.ble US.
'ft l"dehTr tamely upon this sipboningoff pro-
Fulbriht of ArtS. ^ ^rn,er ^ FUnde" of Vermont. Sen.
basedthelr^enunui? .'."V* Anwric Council for Judaism have
g.nh. ion fiK11*,*5 tbe UJA "non-phUanthropic" o^
jWf ^WaS? ii. "el S 'pomc'1" d "naUenalistic" need..
Day" a prin^cUt'Sin? *" H'VeD' Con" ,art Thank.giv.n,
tern.^Re'venue^H licism; to reassure it. status with the ft-
some onu c^,UoPer^fn,,JLh!UJA h" TOW moved to do away with
here severalTeekTal," ,8ubw4ie?: ** Appe^'s .anual convention
tions on S veS L"fe T**? eois.lckW ^h top level negot.r
* ginger in hU ~,~L W^'KT- then, that Ambassador HarmU
body w\Se phiIsnThrnnTr" .Midd'' ****"> v.oPment. before
OveKmVnt"., ""cTilif.TaM^ "" Cta* *d,f "J


Friday, March 4. 1960
* Jewish rhrk/kir
Pointfng to the dedication of Temple Emanu-El's new branch
religious school are (left to right) Leo Robinson, chairman,
building fund; Mrs. Louis Glasser, women's chairman; and
Dr. hying Lehrman. The new structure, on 77th st. and Dick-
ens eve., will be officially dedicated Sunday, Apr. 17.
Maryland Legislator Raps
District of Columbia Verdict
Continued from Pag* 1-A
act "ir ?uch a manner as to annoy,
disturb, interfere with, obstruct,
or !>< offensive to others," Rep.
Friedel -aid that if this law "has
any meaning whatsoever, it means
that si :h highly provocative, in-
sulting, and fighting words uttered
in crowded places are outlawed."
Acco:ding to Rep. Friedel, "the
right to free speech, which Rock-
well claims, and in which the Wash-
ington potice seem to concur, hard-
ly i!<, -o far as to protect acts of
violent <: it hardly goes so. far as
to protect an act designed to upset
i freedom of religion." He pointed
jout that Rockwell has been public-
ly soliciting funds to carry on Nazi
activities. District law requires
I certain formalities from those
I soliciting donations. "The Chari-
table Contributions Act may be the
very device which our police force
here in Washington can use to sup-
press this menace," he stated.
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Large assortment of bags, head
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Pro-Nasser Arabs
Detained in Israel
Cettsinueat from Pag* 1-A
ers, including a medical student
and a law student at the Hebrew
University, for investigation. All
were released on bail.
Among those detained in Jer-
usalem and Haifa were editors
and contributors to the banned
periodical. They were charged
with publishing a newspaper
without a license. Police said the
defendants used a subterfuge to
conform to the regulation mat a
sinale issue of a publication does
not i eejuire a license).
The subterfuge was to publish
the periodical with a slightly dif-
ferent name for each issue. The
name always included the word
"Earth" in AraWc so that its read-
ers would know that it was the
same journal.

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UTTER TO THE EDITOR -
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Rockwells Right to Urge Genocide
EDITOR, Th Jewish Floridian:
A- 1 understand the Berman
Rockwell controversy. Rockwell
was distributing leaflets advoca-
ting the destruction of American
Jews when Berman struck his as-
sociate, Morgan, in a fit of right-
eous anger.
Berman was obviously wronij.
Assuming that Rockwell was do-
"tnething illegal. Berman had
no right to take the law into his
own hands. The police should have
been called to make an arrest.
Rockwell was, however, doing
that which the law gives him the
right to do. The right to distri-
bute literature on street corners
has been guaranteed by the Con-
stitution to all persons, no mat-
ter how odious, and is not de-
pendant upon the concurrence
or agreement with the views of
the passers-by.
The right to advocate for a
course of action has similarly been
upheld. Rockwell has as much
right to advocate the elimination
of Jews as someone else has to
advocate the elimination of Nazis.
Freedom of speech is. of course,
a qualified right, and obscenity,
as well as incitement to violence,
is not protected. The existence of
a "clear and present danger" cur-
tails advocacy. Whether Morgans
warped diatribes constituted a
clear and present danger of vio-
lence I o American Jews is prob-
lematical, and would be a position
to be adopted with great circum-
spection (especially in view of the
recent report of NCRAC finding
no evidence of anti-Semitic con-
spiracy" in the United States.)
In any event, whether Morgan
abused the privilege of free speech
is a judicial question to be deter-
mined by a judge, and the weight
of the lawnot by the weight of
numbers in a street corner scuffle.
It is comforting to know that
Berman would be well-represen-
ted in court. Jews have not al-
ways been as fortunate. It should
be just as comforting to know
that attorneys will be available
to represent Morgan (Rockwell)
who, because of his (now) un-
popular views, -might find his
rights undefended.
The neutral application -of the
law is the greatest protection to
our democracy. To condemn the
defense of the Nazi because of
hatred of his position is to under-
mine the defense of Jews when
positions might be reversed in
other times and places.
TOBIAS SIMON
General Counsel
Florida Civil Liberties Union
Monthly Rummage Sale
Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
hood will have its regular monthly
rummage sale at Stevens Market,
27th ave. and NW 62nd st., Mon-
day from 8 a.m. Mrs. Mae Gold-
man is in charge of information.
A logical interest for all of us is putting our money te
work where it can earn the highest possible return, and there
, can be no argument against such a purpose. But, if you are
not one of those in the fortunate position of being able to
accept possible losses without regret, then your first
concern should be the safety of your money.
It is not our intention to discourage proper and worthwhile
investments, but we do believe that any proposed investment
requires a second look. The New York Stock Exchange warns
prospective investors to ."Investigate before you invest!"
. which is a commendable suggestion that should apply to
i all forms of investing. Get rich quick ideas that really fulfill
dreams of wealth are not generally offered to the public.
So, we say, TAKE A SECOND LOOK! Your funds in a
Dade Federal Savings account are insured to $10,000 by the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Washing-
ton, D. C, and earn dividends for you twice a year at the
current rate of 4% per annum.
If the promise of a little higher earnings may prompt you
to send your money elsewhere, TAKE A SECOND LOOK!
Will your investment carry a risk you can't afford to take?
WHl it have insured protection through an agency of oyr
Federal Government, or just a promise of safety? Does it help
keep your community growing and prosperous by creating
employment, new services and provide homes for present and
new residents? And, does that extra return you have in
mind offset the advantage of having your hard-earned money
close at hand and readily available to you when you wani.
it? These advantages are yours when you invest in a Dad*
Federal Savings Account.
It ,.' ond forges''
Ijade Federal
^Savings ond Loan Assouation o* Miami
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NORTH MIAMI BRANCH-12370 NW. 7th Avenue
OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 147 MILLION DOLLARS


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*te*isHk>ridton
Friday. March 4, I960

Bonds Off With $19 Million-Plus
On. Mosbe Davan. the military i*ter of Ariilture. told more than Noting that Israel is *_****
leader who routed the Egyptiaa 1JM delegates from the United ed in any security tTMly w" ine
armies in the Sinai campalgxi n States and Canada that Israel was great powers to guaran le '"
the winter of 19M? defrar-an ?conMeftt tMRr abilu> to defend safety of Israel, the Israel Icaaer
day. night that Israel i> not mobil-
izing her army despite the fact
that the Arabs are moving their
forces closer to Israel's borders.
At the same time, former Pres-
- Truman urged the
I nited States to adopt a firm pol-
icy to bring about a settlement of
the conflict between the Arab
States and Israel.
The" occasion marked the official
launching of the I960 campaign to
st I rs.873.550 in State of Israel
Bonds for the country's economic
envelopment.
Samuel Komfcru. national
chairman of Trustees o* the Is-
rael Bond Organization, announ-
ced that subscriptions for the in-
auguration of the new drive for
DC* amounted to the figure of
SI.!jM .
Admission to Sunday night's din-
ner was on the basis of the pur-
chose of a minimum of $1,000 in
I.-rael Bonds for each couple.
Speaking at a dinner in his hon-
or which climaxed the internation-
al inaugural conference for State
ci Israel Bonds, the Israel military
leader, who is now Israel's Min-
herself against any attack.
Tl the Arabs started a war now.
I have no doubt that they would
lose it." he >aid. That is why we
can allow ourselves in Israel not
to mobiuxe our army even when
the Arabs are moving their forces
towards our borders, and thi- is
the reason why no -pecial meas
ure> are bein? taken in Israel.
People can go on livtng their ^. "...""";
everyda) lives in conf.dence. said
declared:
In order to maintain the peace
which e enjoy now in the Middle
East. we have to see that the pres-
ent balance of forces is not radi
cally changed The Arabs should
not feel at any time that they can
destroy Nrael."
He expressed hope that the big
powers would aid in preserving
the Israeli general who three years
ago sliced through Egyptian forces
to within reach of the Suez Canal
in a brilliant 100-hour military
operation.
However. Gen. Dayan warned
that it "would be a fatal mistake"
to ignore the fact that the Arab
states are receiving a steady flow
of arms.
"We see a steady flow of arms
coming to me Arab countries and
we hear Nasser declaring again
and again his desire and aim to
destroy Israel," ho said. "It
would be a fatal mistake if just
because he is not strong enough
now, we should ignore what is
happening around us."
Referring to the recurrence of
crisis in the Middle East. Mr. Tru-
man said: "The bitter tendon be-
tween the State of Israel and its
Arab neighbors can be eased by
the use of the Tigris. Euphrates
and Nile valleys. Our nation has
a duty, an obligation to use its in-
fluence to bring about a settle-
ment of this conflict. I hope that
our policy will be firm on this
point "
The mention of these regions
was interpreted as an obvious
reference to economic develop-
ment as a means of resolving
the outstanding problems which
have stood in the way of peace
in the Middle East.
JVS Appoints Vocational Chief
Lloyd L. Ruskin. president of
Jewish Vocational Service board
of directors, announced Wednes-
day the appointment of Arthur
Sass as vocational and placement
counselor
The former President of the Uni-
ted States praised the State of Is-
rael for its humanitarian achieve-
ments in the rescue of many hun-
dreds of thousands of survivors of
oppression in European lands.
Recalling his role in the creation
of the Stale of Israel in 1948. Mr.
Truman, who was the first head of
state to recognize the indepen-
dence of Israel, observed. "I felt
then and I feel now that this act
Sass. a rehabilitation counselor,
received a 1 degree ^frorn^ tee of national recognition of the new-
born State of Israel was no more
College of the City of Sew York.
LLB from Brooklyn Law School,
and an MA from New York Uni-
versity. He was previously a prac-
ticing attorney in New York.
SASS
SAL THE HANDYMAN
tcpain iatsosiM. ciii1i|.
etne, etc
Cell after a
W1 IH
professional
experience has been with the In-
stitute for the Crippled and Dis-
abled and the Institute of Phys-
ical Medicine and Rehabilitation
in New York. Sass's duties with
JVS will include edocational-
vocatienal counseling and |ob
placement.
Pnme function of JVS is to pro-
vide suitable employment for aged
and handicapped people who are
unable to work in regular indus-
try Career counseling is offered
to youth of high school and col-
lege age who need assistance in
planning for their future profes-
sional endeavors.
JVS is a member agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and is accredited by the American
Psychological Assn and the Amer-
ican Personnel and Guidance A>-n
than was required under the cir-
cumstances of the President of the
United States I felt then and I
still feel that it was not only the
right thing to do but it was the
best thine to do In the long range
interest of our country.
'The claims of the Jews were
just and it would have been an
eternal reproach to mankind if
they bad not been recognized." he
said.
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'JewishrhrkUan
Pago 7-A
Knesset Beats No Confidence Motion
JERUSALEM(JTA) A mo-
tion of no-confidence in Prime
Minister David Ben-Gunon's coali-
tion Government was introduced
here" "by"the fig'ht-wlhg WerafTTffr
ty in the Knesset, Israel's Parlia-
ment, and defeated by a vote of
58 to 16, with 13 abstentions. All of
the 16 votes were by Herat depu-
ties.
The motion charged the Prime
Minister with giving moral justi-
fication to Arab infiltrators and to
the harboring of infiltrators by
Israel Arabs. The charge was
based on some remarks by the
Prime Minister during the debate
the previous day on motions by
Herat, the General Zionists and
Ihe Communists to abolish mili-
tary government in Arab-populat-
ed border areas. The motions were
defeated.
In the debate preceding that
vote, the Prime Minister said he
understood "the human point of
view" which motivated Israel
Arabs to give refuge to infiltra-
tors. He said that if he were
such mn Arab, "perhaps in his
piece I would do the same
thing."
Menachem Beigin. Herat leader,
charged the next day in the Knes-
set that Mr. Ben-Gunon's state-
ment was "an invitation" to Is-
rael's 200,000 Arabs to support in-
filtrators and also "irresponsible
remarks which threatened the se-
curity and future of the state."
He added that if similar state-
ments had been maae by Presi-
dent Eisenhower, British Premier
MacMillan or Soviet Premir Khru-
shchev, they would have created
a "storm" in the Knesset from all
parts of the House.
In a forceful reply, the Prime
Minister said that it was only by
understanding the motives of the
infiltrators and of those who har-
bored them that the gravity of the
situation could be gauged .prop-
erly. The Prime Minister added
that he also understood Nasser's
feelings and that was why be had
organized an army and Israel's de-
fense. "It is because I also under-
stand the feelings of Arab rulers
that I did not rely only on inter-
national law," he said. "I knew
that the Arabs were ready to break
that law."
New BB Lodge in
Broward County
Second B'nai B'rith lodge In
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mm dade
JEWISH GSHTER
f=OR
CJA
IB m""
One of the first community groups to volunteer
their services to CJA is the North Dade Jewish
Center. Seen at a workers' meeting are stand-
ing Heft to right' Herbert Heikin. president-elect
of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Dr.
US Charged With
A nth Jewish Prejudice
Abraham P. Pemsler. North Dade CJA chair-
man, Mrs. Hazel Wenger, Mrs. Abraham P.
Pemsler, CJA co-chairman, and Mrs. David
Dcgdoff. Seated are Dr. Martin S. Trop, Mrs.
Clara Markey, and Mrs. Cyril Cohen.
Berlin Mayor Minimizes Anti-Semitism
Continued from Pago 1*
mafic or other posts in that coon-
try. Similar "undentandinas,"
it was charged, have been en-
tered into with Arab League
countries and may have been
reached, as welt, with Morocco
and Afghanistan.
2. The Defeow Department, baa
acceded to an official request bj
S.mdi Arabia that no U. S. Je\w-h
nnel be assigned to the
American air base at Dhahran.
3. The Agriculture Department
has permitted discriminatory ship
charter contracts barring Amen
can flag ships that have touched
at I-rael ports from carrying free
gifts of American food- an I 'ther
commodities to Arab countries.
4. The Navy Department nai in-
cluded cancellation clausea in oil
cargo contracts with United Slates
shippers which have served to en
force Ar.iti 1 actions
against American Oftg ships winch
have traded with l.-rael.
"Individually these acts are
evidence ef a cancerous esndi.
tion In which the r-gnts of Amer-
ican citixen* are put on the in.
ternational bargaining counter
in exchange lor an illusory com-
mercial or diplomatic advan-
tage," the American Jew>sS Con.
gress statement declared.
Fegether, they make up a
turbing pattern i ,
including an Adminisir.!
of apparent involvement in the
attempt by some foreign :;,
mints to impose second cla
i/ensliip on American Jews and 'o
penalize Americans of oth<
who wish to trade with [sr
ire statement added. <
The statement noted thai iho
Navy had announced cancel!;/
of the mi called Haifa clause
said that this begged the n 1
question, which, the American
Jewish Cone.rc--s said, was wh<
er or not United States Go\.
men! policy was in coafoi
w.th American standards of i
i!i-crimination for all.
Continued from Page 1-A
fan i
In

! .if
tion and. partic-
il i lit, ni
the Bi I ;. 1:-' \ r.
that prompt of the
culprits was not enouf
"What we can expect, and de-
mand," said Mayor Brandt, "is
we must all be aware that
Naii?m ni its attendant anti-
Semit'sm must not arise again.
We must be aware and we must
take action. We must improve
our schools, our police, our
courts. What we faced does not
indicate, -even indirectly, a re-
birth of Naxism. But it is a warn-
ing we must take to heart, and
it is a call to preventive action."
Asked whether he favored intro-
duction of new |
s of anti &
. Mayor Brandt mi i "1 da
not i ppose such in. But I
think li.
I to handle the
Mem. In ition)
-hi well place the wrong em-
I'h- single element in
population. We do not i
le out anyone lor ipeda] pro-
tection from illegal acts. The laws
arc on the books now. The) can
be enforced. We showed that here
in Berlin. What we need are more
awareness and constant insistence!
on action in the direction of true
democracy for all peoples."
In stressing his faith in demo-!
era tic German youth. Mayor'
Brandt recalled the silent parade;
to protest anti-Semitism held in,
; West Berlin by 40.000 youths. |
"There were students. Boy Scouts,
church youth, labor youth in that 1
parade," he declared. "There is
the real German youth. They will!
never allow anti Semitism to gain
headway here again, and they
: will never allow a resurgence of
anti-Semitism."
Talmudic Seminar of the Air. initiated by Rabbi Pincus M.
Teitz, of Elizabeth, N.J.. is heard Fridays over Radio Station
WMIE from 11:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Inaugurating the program
last Friday for the Greater Miami area are (left to right) Sam-
uel Friedland, president. Temple Emanu-Q; Rabbi Teitz; and
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal oi the Hebrew Academy.
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Friday, Marcg 4. I960
Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus H. Gordon, of Waltham,
Mass., were honored by Brandeis University
Club leaders at a dinner reception Sunday
in the Ivory Tower of the Saxony hotel. A
world famous archaeologist and chairman of
the Department of Mediterranean Studies at
Brandeis, Dr. Gordon lectured the same eve-
ning on "The Dead Sea Scrolls." Shown with
the honored guests are (left to right) Ernest
Janis, life membership chairman of the Miami
Brandeis Club; Harold Turk, first vice pres-
ident; and Dr. Stanley Frehling, president.
Louis Gold Eyes
Surf side Seat
Louis J. Gold. Surfside civic
leader who has just completed two
terms as president of the Surfside
Civic Assn., recently filed his nom-
inating petitions as a candidate for
Surfside Town Council. Election
is Mar. 15.
Gold resides with his wife. Gus,
at 601 aoth st.. and they have been
residents of Surfside in the same
house since 1941. Gold was admit-
ted to practice law in New York
in February, 1908, and was in ac-
tive practice in New York until he
moved to Surfside.
He was elected to the Town
Council in 1954 and served until
March. 1958. Gold joined the Surf-
side Civic Assn. in 1946, was chair-
man of its law and finance com-
mittee, later for many years was >
its secretary, and for the past two
years was president of the associa
tion. In 1954. a citizens committee
for off-street parking plan elected
Gold chairman of the committee.
Along with Martin C. Gordon and
Jack Justice, named by him as
vice chairmen, he was reportedly
successful in getting Surfside to
approve the bond issue to augment
the plan.
Gold was a member of the char-
ter revision committee of Surfside
in 1957. He is a member of Miami
Beach Elks Lodge 1601, Surfside
Masonic Lodge, North Shore Ki-
wanis Club, and life trustee of
Temple Ner Tamid.
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lag.
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portrays the problems of people
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curity. Ben Essen. Miami attorney
will have the lead role.
Participating on the program
committee with Mrs. Feinberg are
William Goldting. Marshall Har-
ris, Mrs. Eugene Heiman, and
Mrs. Gerald Soltz.
Kling Addresses Groups
Samuel G. Kling, author, mar-
riage counselor and columnist for'
The Jewish Floridian, addressed;
the Sisterhood of Temple Sinai, of
Hollywood, Monday on "The Re-1
volt of the Middle-Aged Man-
Wednesday, Kling spoke before
the Women's Division of the Cham-
ber of Commerce of Surfside, Bal
Harbour and Bay Harbor Islands.
AJCom. in Talks
With PR Officials
Conferences with top Puerto
Kuan officials featured the activi-
ties of an American Jewish Com-
mittee delegation this week re-
turned from there.
Representing s i x communities,
the 32 AJC representatives spent
eight days in Puerto Rico at the
invitation of the government In
order to consider community re-
lations issues of concern to them.
The Miami delegation included
chapter president Nathan B.
Rood and Mrs. Rood, national
vice president Baron de Hi rich
Meyer and Mrs. Meyer, chapter
vice president Charles Finlcet-
stein, Southeast area director
Seymour Samet and Mrs. Samet.
Other AJC leaders represented
chapters in New York, New Jer-
sey. Cleveland, Bosten and Phila-
delphia.
Interested in community rela-
tions factors affecting population
movement, the AJC delegation was
invited to discuss with officials of
the Puerto Rican government the
integration of newcomers on the
mainland.
"Since Puerto Ricans are facing
some of the same problems con-
fronted by earlier groups arriving
from other cultures, it was felt
techniques could be evaluated and
implemented so as to avoid fur-
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tensions in large cities In the U.
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Whilo in San Juan, the mayor
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cocktail parly in his homo, and
pretontod a key to the city to the
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Hoffman, of New Jersey, and
Judgo Morrit Ploscowe. Later
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Israel Warm of Arab Incitement'
the Israel letter to the Security having "dangerously undermined
Council complained about docu the armistice structure." The let-
ments which "might tend to blur ter cited Israel proposals earlier
wrr[,n MATinN_,iTtl tu it ... L Lhe fundamcn,al iss"es of this this month for meetings with the
UNITED NAIION5>(JIA)-The United Arab Republic's psycho- Gen. von Horn had proposed a dan8er"s situation." | Syrians and objected strongly to
logical warfare thrusts at Israel reached a stage this-week that spurred division of land in the demilitar- The letter charged Syria with the decisions of the Mixed Armis-
Israel to warn the United Nations Security Council to act promptly 'zea Mne between Israel and Arab! having conducted a policy of ag-' tice Commission made in the ab-
against ^rtTrnpafgrr f open wwitCHTent'tT* ww.it- rnitn-at,,.^ ^n,..!,/^,^ ""Mi-fressinn, tnu-arrf Israel and withisence of the Israel representatives
to be separated by a IOmeter buTlZZZ ^=-------- ----*-
fer zone. He said the division
would not impair the legal claim
of either side but would provide a
practical means to assure restora-*
tion of tranquility.
He reported that earlier this
The warnjng was contained in a
letter in which Israel said that
the CAR had been intensifying its
policy of hostility against Israel
and that the campaign had reach-
ed "dangerous dimensions." The
latest of a series of aggressive
heavily armed with Russian wea-
pons, war* reported to have been
deployed on the Caia-lsraal bor-
der.
Another factor in the letter was
declarations was made by UAR a statement by Nasser listing as month he had renewed efforts to
President Nasser in Syria where "dead" the Tripartite Agreement obtain Israel agreement to that
he "repeatedly proclaimed his of Britain, France and the United Proposal. He added that the situa-
country's policy of war, blockade States of 1950 which in effect tion had "at least for the present"
and boycott against Israel, threat- guaranteed the existing Israel- had calmed down,
ening her with destruction in a Arab borders. Without referring to the report
'sacred march, the letter as-
the
serted. "These war-like threats
are accompanied by extensive
military preparations i n both
provinces" of the UAR.
The background of tho letter
was a series of apparently reli-
able reports mat Naseer had
sent troops in substantial num-
bers into the Gaaa Strip, which
has been patrolled by United Na-
tions Emergency Force contin-
gents sine* Israel evacuated the
strip after capturing it in the
1956 Sinai drive. These troops.
Most experts on the Middle East
here were inclined to believe that I
Nasser had no intention of start
Cantor Brun
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Ambassador Joseph Tekoa said,
in a letter to the Security Council,
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always ready, "as an immediate
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tension," to meet with Syrian rep-
resentatives to discuss ways to in-
sure quiet on the Syrian-Israeli
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| weeks ago after Syrian military
forces had entrenched themselves
there in violation of the Israel-
Syrian armistice agreement.
Tekoa said the meeting with the
Tawafik villagers would be to set-
tle differences regarding land cul-
tivation in the area, which Israel
regards as entirely Israeli terri-
tory. Tekoa did not call for any
specific Security Council action.
Simultaneously with the Israel
action, a detailed UN report on
the Syrian-Israel border disturb-
ances was submitted to the Se-
curity Council. Prepared by
Maj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn,
chief of Staff of the UN Truce
Supervision Organization, the
49-page document called the
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He became
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He has also appeared on radio
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Cantor Brun's religious back-
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rejection of an operatic career,
following his voice study with
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In addition to his appearance at
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Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
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Program included a tenth anni-j
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Mrs. Johann Berman. who re-
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Plans were also discussed for
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+Jen1 Friday. March 4, 1960
MORRIS BIENlNFllO
Orthodox Rabbis
Convene Here
Conference was held here last
week of local and national mem-
l>ers of the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis of the United States and
Canada.
Convening at the Hebrew Acad
emy on Miami Beach were Rabbis
I haim Karlinsky, Congregation
Ktz Chaim: Joseph Rackovsky,
Heth Tfilah Congregation; and Ti-
iH.r Stern, Beth Jacob.
National leaders of the organi-
zation included Rabbis Pinchus
Teitz. Elizabeth. N. J.; Meyer
r>hen, executive director; Simcha
Klberg. chairman of the adminis-
utive committee; and Abraham
lershberg, Chicago.
Passed at the gathering was a
resolution urging "Jews of Great-
r Miami to strengthen the ob-
servance of Torah Judaism in all
is ramifications" The resolution
iUo called for widespread study
f Torah among adults and youth.
Torah Vodaath
Dinner Sunday
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath will hon-
or five brothers and their families
at Waldman's Coronet hotel on
Sunday at 7 p.m.
The Yeshiva, one of the nation's
largest rabbinic seminaries, is lo-
cated in Brooklyn. N. Y. Honored
will be the Bienenfeld brothers for
their contribution to Torah learn
ing.
The families include Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld. 3156 Roy-
al Pilm avc Miami Beach; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Bienenfeld, Chi-
cago; Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bi-
enenfeld, South Orange, N. J.: Mr.
and Mrs. Jonas Bienenfeld, Los
Angeles, Calif.; and Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Bienenfeld. Belle Har-
bor, N. Y.
Guest speaker at the function
; will be Rabbi Alexander S. Lirv
, cfiner, principal of the high
school department of Yeshiva
Torah Vodaath, who will discuss
"Higher Jewish Education-
Luxury or Necessity?"
The Bienenfeld brothers will ac-
cept a memorial plaque from
Rabbi Linchner, honoring their
late parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
(YettaJ Bienenfeld, which is
scheduled to hang at the Yeshiva
in Brooklyn.
The departed Bienenfelds were
benefactors of Yeshiva Torah Vo-
daath. The entire family is noted
for its support of numerous He-
brew institutions of learning here
and in Israel, which they frequent-
ly visit.
Philip Weiss is chairman of the
Sunday banquet for the school
which reports an enrollment of
1.800 students from 28 foreign
countries, as well as a school for
advanced learning in Spring Val-
ley. N. Y.
Judge Williams to Speak
Temple Sinai of North Miami
iirotherhood and Sisterhood will
-old iheir annual joint meeting
Vednesday evening at the Tem-
ple. Judge Gene Williams, of the
Criminal Court of Records, will be
:uest speaker.
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Charge of Anti-Jewish Bios
Continued from Pag* 1-A
sue involving Pakistan pertains to
a new policy that emerged in re-
cent weeks when an individual
was informed he could not be as-
signed to Pakistan because he was
Jewish.)
While defending Moslem states
from charges of anti-Jewish prac-
tices, Mr. White said "the United
States does not condone discrim-
inatory actions by foreign govern-
ments against its citizens on
grounds of race or creed and it
makes every effort to eliminate
through friendly means all such
practices."
RABBI SHCKWIN STAUMK
To Install
Rabbi Stauber
Dr. Louis T. Lehrfield, of Chi-
I cago, was named this week to in-
| stall Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, of
i Young Israel of Greater Miami,
at a banquet in his honor at the
Deauville hotel on Saturday eve-
ning.
Dr. Sol Nusshaum is banquet
chairman. Rabbi Moshe Horovitz
will deliver the invocation. Rubin
Waldman, Young Israel president,
will greet banquet guests on be-
half or the congregation.
Members of the Orthodox Beth
Din will attend the banquet, and
Rabbi Stauber will be officially
welcomed into the organization.
Jack Kirshbaum will act as mas-
ter of ceremonies. Andor Kellert
will render musical selections.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy, will
present Charter Membership Cer-
tificates to 25 founding members
of the congregation. To receive
certificates are J. Appelbaum.
Mrs. A. Chernoff, S. Eisenberg.
M. Krand, N. Gransberg. P. Grund-
werg. Rabbi M. Horovttz, M. Lip-
man, B. Lerner. H. Lerner. S. Ler-
ner, I. Meliman, L. Merwitzer, A.
Moscovitz, J. Murray. Mrs. R.
Murray, Dr. S. Nussbaum, I. Rein-
hard, S. Rosenberg, M. S. Schrei-
ber, A. Strafcher, I. Solomon, H.
Schwartz, I. Waldman, and R.
Waldman.
Rabbi to Take
Curacao Pulpit
.:>bi LaUDM ttelrOO, ho was
-ptritulfc leader jrf Beth Jacob
Congregation here in 1932, is visit-
ing Miami Beach briefly at 73Tj
Jefferson ave.
Rabbi Axelrod" will become spir
itual leader of the famous Nether-j
lands Portugese Mikve Israel Syn-,
agogue in Curacao. Dutch West j
Indies, beginning Apr. 1.
According to Rabbi Axelrod,
the synagogue is the oldest in the
Americas, dating back to 17:12,
still in Its original form, and vis-
ited daily by hundreds of tour-
ists.
Rabbi Axelrod recently return
1 ed from Curacao, where he served
for six weeks as guest spiritual
(leader there. His new contract]
; calls for a three-year tenure.
Since leaving Miami in 1935, he
has served in pulpits in California
and Mexico City, and has traveled i
extensively for the United Jewish
Appeal and the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America. He also produced
a radio series, "Bible Theatre of
the Air," in Canada.
Sussmon Unveiling
Tli* dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
IDA SUSSMAN
u'ill tu^e place
Sunday, March 6th at 12:30
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Dr. Irt-ine, Lehrman officiating.
Mrs. Susi-man is survived by
her son. William Sussman. and a
daughter. Mae Lieberman.
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*le*i*ti fkriHun

TALES OF MORALS
7l u told of two brothers who in- I
htnted a fortune. The fortune
was to he equally distributed be-
tween them. But one of the bro-
I ihers was shrewd, and with cun- I
'iing he managed to acquire hit ,
^ brother *.rtii*ra. a* well at hit oiortHt
; His conscience, however, led him
to assist his brother in time of
need. Whenever his brother as\ed
him for financial assistance, he gave I
it to him, earning the poor mmi'i
granted*.
In the course of time, the poor
man discovered that he had been
swindled and hailed his brother in-
to court to jersV redress. Th court
ruled that the inheritance be re-
lumed to the poor man in in en-
tiretv. The rich brother then com-
plained: "Should not all the money -
that I gave him be fair en into con- I
^deration and deducted from his -
rightful inheritance?"
\o." answered tJie judge. "The
shame to which your brother was
\ubiected meriu punishment. All
this time, your brother was under -
the impression that he was bring
c 'i chanty."
MORAL: Many of us engage in
untcrupuloui ways to amass for-
tunes and then salve our consci-
ences through the gii-ing of charity.
Pag 13-A
3n OL 9ea/w OfJHt
ictmi s
9/,
tatoits
The Sanctuary as Symbol
Of Our Religious Freedom
^Jiebrew C^om era//on
n n ? f rj n; c n
<^c r
vices
Xife
J It i s 6v c c h e n a
AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyl, i.t
_ Orthodox Rabbi laaac Ever.
Friday ;1.-| p.m. Saturday H.'M a.m.
Sertnoo: 'HulM.-r* of Saiiciuarie-
Thin and NowA Challenge."
ANSHE EMES.
Conaervativa.
prasidant.
2533 SW 19th ava.
Maxwell Silberman,
1 : t t
"xf na npi nfea mm
*sa loo i&* ,trjwj a"picp
ws'an^ntaiin m frfo*?
II .TV t: ~ 7 t :
.a*ans tnw
:'r"> tyjfl a^Nia bjj*
raon ,*Tixn tb niife ?#
nxiajjg nx njty ,TTflKJ
?2 i57B?a may .*,
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r?Ji?3"ni?a:^f tti| Ofib
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
CowgroaaosOi, Bath II
The beams used in the construc-
tion of the sanctuary trace back to
the days of Jacob, according to
the Midrash. Upon entering Egypt,
Jacob instructed his children to
plant cedar trees. "For one day.
God will deliver you from here,
and ask you to build a sanctuary.
By planting these trees now, you
will have the wood necessary for
this structure."
Afraid that the approaching
Egyptian persecution might bring
his children to the depths of de-
spair, the wise patriarch injected
them with the element of hope. He
assured them that although they
would suffer many hardships, their
redemption would ultimately come
and they would build a beautiful
sanctuarya symbol of religious
and spiritual freedom.
Throughout our checkered his-
tory, whenever our oppressors
seemed to drain us of all we had,
it was our hope in a better tomorrow that sustained us. As a Chassidic
rabbi once noted, "The Jewish people are like the hands of a clock.
At times they are down, but soon they rise to new heights."
It was their hope of returning to their land, which kept our ances-
tors of the Babylonian exile from being dissipated among the nations .
It was this same hope which enabled us to emerge from the crucible of congregation etz chaim. -
Nazi destruction, strengthened in a renewed State of Israel. KaH.nsl r,hodo,<- fUbbi ch"
On the personal level, one who learns to accept a business reversal,
a family problem, the loss of a loved one, or any other misfortune, as
a passing thing, and learns to temper it with the hope in a more radian;
future, will be more fit to work for that future.
Hiitikvah"The Hopeis a fitting anlhcin for the Jewish nation:
it might serve as a worthwhile theme in the life of every individual as
well.
KABBI SOIOHON SCHIff
. hope in future
BETH DAVID. 2415 SW 3rd ava. Can.
eervative. Rabbi Vaakov Rownbtia
Cantor William W Lioson
Friday 8:11 pin S.-rm-.n: "Itiilldiiu;
HuniHii Sanctuaries." Adult studies
series follows an vice tram f.t:, to
I" .!" n in. saiiii.lin j, ni Bar Mlii.
van: Richard. non of Mr. .m.l Mr-
JoJseph Krlssel.
BETH EL. 800 SW ITthave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomcr hlff.
Friday I mid 140 p.m. HatVtua .1. .Ii-
gated to sisterhood. Beraton: The
Role of Hi.- Jewish Woman." Saturday
8:30 a in
BETH IMITH. 12250~NW 2nd ava.
Conaervativa. Rabbi David W. Her-
aon. Cantor Hyman Fain.
Fridav 1:15 p.m. S.rmon: ,,. ,\|,;|
"' lo Give.' HUurrUs .in Visitlnic
cantor In absence of Cantor Hvm.in
I- ii.-. who la recuperattllf fium emer-
Kern > surgery. .
1ETM ISRAEL. 4000 Pralria ava. Or-
thodox Rabbi H. Louia Rottman.
I BETH JACOB. 301311 Waabington
ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
8ETH RAPHAEL.
Orthodox.
138 NW 3rd ava
8ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E Rackovsky
i- rjdaj >; p m s.,i iraaj > 88 ,i ,m Baj
mon ihaiiiy Olvlaj ..r Taklacr'
Srrmon ai ', p.m.: "Wbm ia the
-.in- tl .11 v ?
408
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-ORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER
P.O. Box 34-j84, Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
JADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18160 NW
2nd ave. Corner native. Cantor Eman.
uel Mandel.
GEMS OF WISDOM
The righteous shall live by hit
faith. hab.
* a a
When Israel gatned fatth. then
... could they ung. ahamu.
a a
In the struggle with eml. only
faith matters. BAAL 8HI-.M.
* *
When Cod imiiu to punish a
man. He deprives him of faith.
- BAAL -HI -.1
* *
In Judaism faith is ... the ca-
pacity of the soul to perceive the
abiding ... in the transitory, the
niT-mh/e in the risable. BAECK.
* *
Men reach the sublime pinnafle
of faith when they learn to trans-
form tragedy into soul energy.
- J. L. BARON.
* a
I believe in the sun even when
it is not shining. I believe in lore
even when not feeling it. I be-
lieve in God even u>hrn He is silent
In-criptmn in a Cologne cellar.
i where Jew* hid from the Nazis,
j ...
Where reason ends, faith begins.
NAHAM BRATZLAV.
BBJi.....;- : r.-iir *;::!!; :i'!.>.:i.' .;,
Sabbath.
s. i mon: "Th Pour
KNOW YOUR HERITAGE

Meaning of Hebrew Words
Reflect on Ancient Heritage
rLAGLER GRANA.DA. 50 NW 51st
pi Conservative Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
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-T. LAUDERDALE EMaNU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ava. Reform. Rabbi
M.in-.is Ranson. Cantor Sherwin
Lavine.
What is th moaning of the word
"Mosshiaeh?"
"Meshiach" moans "Anointed
(with oil) by God." The ancient
custom of annointing with oil had
both a sacred and social signifi-
cance. A prominent aspect of the
sacred ritual was the anointing of
the Messiah will, at least symbol-
ically, be anointed with oil by God,
as a symbol of his sacred mission.
'^^TTl "SSrt S*3 Sm nniti Kings and Priests with sacred oil.
-< t -'' !:]-* it was. therefore, assumed that
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5 Aden* 6:04 p.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 18 8th St. Or- mt Need .<
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa.
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HIALFAH RFFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 88th st.. Hia-
leah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman.
.1- !"
fioin |{i
TEMPLE BETH FL. 1645 Polk at..
Ho'lywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
iae
nop v
! "..-i ni- .- Hrhw ai iz,
llu:
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe at. Conservative.
Ratioi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schreiber.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasa
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisb
Cantor Davio Convlaer.
-. mon Do Libi

iii wai ion -
-ii -
I Mltsvah: Ronajd,
-..ii I Ml El v in Sluarl.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk st. Conservative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun
TEMPLE B-NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gross-
berg
Ki Idas 1:13 | -n "The
.. in.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ava. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor larael Reich
i.ni Saturday 9 m.
TRANSLATION ~
T ABricottwr.1 Exhibition
nn!c,hf dis,ance we heard the
1' "Sines. At first we saw
nothing. but sfter a few minutes
ver ,Ka"ePUne8 P"**1- ">""
InuH he f,eW- Fr0,n thei- *"
clouds of yellow smoke came out.
th.'The|r are ,how,n< the public
"* spraymg of field. fronTthe
?oS7n T 8rU|> "P1-"***- We
'SEnxb?bltiogn".te0UleAriCU,
tit2e!Ltt* eD,rmnce o the Exhibi-
Whe K-l!re.-f*'- toe
What wore the Cities of Refuoar?
They were cities set aside by the
.__. .. u ancient Hebrews to protect the
What .8 th. nwaning of tho Ho- fundamenta, jnnoCence of a per-
brew word Axaiol? i son who accidentally perpetrated
It was the name of a mythical manslaughtcr. The law aimed to
evil demon that resided in the.save ,he f from |he wralh
eastern wastes of Judea, and of the nearest kin of the s|aln, who
whom the sin laden scapegoat was in ,hose days regardec| jt M hl,
dispatched in the ritual practiced duly in rcta|iation t0 avenge his
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mortor
Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
nV llll.-ii
"Giving ol '
. in. itar M tavah Howard, aon ot S,T:"..... "'""
M and Mi Kdward Hym.....
III II. Ii..- .1 l||,u
il iii si- h"ii"i Rai Mltsvah -'
' p in Raul -in : M and Un
I Hurt
on the Day of Atonement.
relative's death by as.sassination.
What is th* Diaspora?
It is a Greek word for "dispers
Nation,! Fund, .bowing
stages in the development of
h' settlement. We continued on
u' *y and eame to a model of
he Hulah refion. We saw the big
'e before and after the drainage
opcraUons. Today hundreds of ajj-
^ulturirt. m worUni tbe ^
Ule "'I that wa. once m.hs.
Published by Brit Ivrit OUmit)
Is thoro a book in tho Hobrow
Bible called "Canticles?"
Yes. It is the name often used .
for the Song of Songs. The W*\Z
brew name is "Shir Hashirim."
The book is read in tbe synagogue
tion of the Jewish communities
transplanted out of Judah during
RjKttS. fSSS. eieS communiUes^ outside of Israel.
Friday afternoon in anticipation!^ ^^ ^^^ |^|
of the Sabbath. Its love theme is tvnMiy
to the traditional Jew, but a synv I Because tbe Jewish day runs
bol of the love that should exist from sunset to sunset. It is based,
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
"ri'i.i n in v,
> of Till- i- My God,' bj Hi i -
11..11 u ...
'pirliual li-iiiU-i Rabbi Louia l.t-hr-
ii. I.I.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herschall Savilla. Cantor Joseph
Salaman.
KrlilM.v ;: Id .m.l s .'.i |i in s.i\i,-r dli-
i.i.il i.. Hlatarhood Nmlii Hatunlay
I Jim. S.-imcm: Ii n. I.l.-nt It y."
VtONTICELLO PARK. 184th at. ane
NE 11th ava. Conservative. Rabbi
Max LipehiU. Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirschenbaum.
I"il.la> .".:30 and l:M I'm Sernv.n:
'A L'atHUa <'i>ni-rpt of Charity." Sat-
urday a.m. Itar Ml tavah: Makrvta,
-mi Of Mr and Mm. I .. \ i.l Uaa, who
will i-liHiit the entire IIloo
S08TH DADE CENTER. 1:
Dixie hwy. Conservative.
Manry OkoUca.
Rabbi
between God and man.

This page is prepared in co-
i operation with the Spiritual Lrad-
; ers of the Greater Miami Rabfein-
j ical Assn.
Rabbi Yaakov G. Roacnbcrg
Coordinator
CONTRJB4JT08S
Rabbi David Herton
Talc* and Ceisu of Wisdom
Rabbi B Leon Hurwtt*
Know Tour Hantagc
on the Biblical story of
where we read, "And it was eve-
ning and it was morning, the first
day." The day commenced with the
evening. Though a day is equated
with 24 hours, tbe Sabbath day is
supposed to be longer. We usher
it In before sunset with the light-
ing of the candles, symbols of a
joyous welcome.
*
What does the weed "toy" moan?
It is a Hebrew term which
means "nation." The Jews are
known as a "goy kodosh," a "holy
nation." Regretfully, the word
"goy," when used without the ad-
jective, has now become a slang
expression applied to non-Jews.
rrpation I "'rWay 8:15 p.m. Serrmin: "FVntlval of
" I Purlin" ihie-s ShaldMt hoata: Mem-
ber* of Sisterhood.
Saturday $ a.m.
o
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 820 78th at
Conaervativa. Rabbi Mayor Abram
ewita. Cantor Edward Klain.
Krlday 8:1 ." p.m. Sermon: "Jews In
Latin A mat-tea." Saturday 9 a.m. Har-
mon: "Weekly 1'ortlon."
SOUTHWEST CENTER 8438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Kksln.
TEMPLE ADATH YI8HU8UN. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan.
H'rlday S p.m, at Unified btda
NE itlsi >i Baraaoa: "Charity la Not
a Jewlnh Concept." Onea Shabtrnt
hnala: Mr. and Mra. Abe Si.-In. In
honor of their third weddina anni-
versary. Saturday 8 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5850 N. Kendall
dr.. a Miami. Reform Raoat Herbert
aumaara). Canter Chartea Kodner
Kilday 7:30 p.m. Service dedicated 1j
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph ft. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornatein.
Hl.l.i'. K:15 I-is Bern..... 'It.iMil la
.i L.-ini; the II... '
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman G.ittlieb.
f\ i,i., \ |:1S p n: s. rmon rffei Intro
Of ill.- II.an and Mill.I ''..mile 1:1-
lilt: Mm I..-..Haul K.ili-h .mil iliinuh
tar, iii.mil.. in li-nni of ii<-i -'"Hi !
dlnfi aiuiiv.1-hiv Saturday 9 a.m.
Rearulai aert h i 18 : a.m.
------a------
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombrrg.
I i i.l.ij '," an.I vir. p.m. Srrmon:
aivtaa l Determined by One's
Heart. Saiiinlay 8:41 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12108
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Banna
M. Wallach.
Prtday 1:11 p.aa. BenaMfa: "Sir Julian
Huxley Refuted."
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 881
Flamingo Way. Conaervativa. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Friday ft p.m. M.f-li.- ililver to aaalat.
Queat - \. i utlve director, ltureau of Jewlah
Bducatkm. Topic: "Is Jewish Kdu-
i.iii..n Eeaplaa Paea with Space?"
i hick Shatmat hosla: Sir. and Mra. Sol
Fox. Saturday 9 a.m.
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TEMPLE 2ION. 5730 *W 17th at.
Conaervativa. Rabbi Alfred Wan-
man. Canter Jacob Ooldfarb
Friday S:30 p.m. Das Mltsvah: Rita,,
laiiithier of Mr. and Mra, Sidney
Bokolow. Sermon: "Offerlna; Little
and <;i\iiia Much." Saturday 9 a.m.
nar Mltsvah: Ivan, eon of Mra. Sfclr-
l-y Kn-
TIFERETH ISRAEL. SSOS N. Miami
ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Cantor Albert Olanta.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1884 West
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaeel.
VOUNG ISRAEL. 880 NE 171st st.
Orthodoa. Rabbi Sherwin St a user.
2AMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mera ave. Conservative Rabbi B.
Lean Hurwiu. Canter Mover fateoor.


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+Jewish fk>rldk*n
Friday, March 4, 196q|
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN
Remembrance of Things Past And Never Forgotten
IP THIS IS A MAN. By Primo Levi.- Translated from tht
Italian by Stuart Woolf. 206 pp. New York: Orion
Press. $3.50. ,
pRIMO LEVI is an Italian Jew, a chemist, and an honor
r graduate of Turin University. Captured by the Fascist
Militia in December, 1943, interned at the Italian concen-
tration camp Fossoli for his partisan activity, he was trans-
ferred to Auschwitz early in 1944. He was fortunate; in
stead of going "up the chimney," as the prisoners referred
to the crematoria, he was sent to the Buna camp, where
the Germans were trying, without success, to manufacture
synthetic gasoline.
To say that the book is a concentration camp story,
a survivor's tale, is to do it a great injustice. True, the
reader will know what to expect; he will be apprised of the
basic character oi the book. But-Jhe.book is far more
than another documentary among many, a parade of hor-
ror and degradation which one reads shudderingly and can
respond to only in terms of shock. Here, horror and de-
gradation are seen chronicled by the magnificent sensi-
tivity of one man, filtered through the mind of a gentle,
educated human being, subjected to intolerable misery and
defilement.
What you get is neither softening of focus nor drffu-
sion of detail. As in a camera, the filter which is the
consciousness of Primo Levi serves to heighten contrasts,
to screen out extraneous vision, so that everything is pre-
sented in even sharper image. The juxtaposition of Mr.
Levi's inner thoughts upon the outer reality of his exis-
tence creates the kind of anguish which other books of this
type have been able to describe in physical terms only.
AM ETERNAL ABOMINATION ,
Kuhn is thanking God because he has not r>n chosen
((or ihr Raschambcr) Kuhn is out of hu senses. Does ne
not see Beppo who is twenty yean old and i, R0IB.
to thf t>as-chamher the day after tomorrow and ^nowt it
and lies there looking fixedly at the light iwthour
anwhing and without even thinking anymore' Qoei
Kuhn not understand that what has happened todu\ u
iibcmintitum. which-no propitiatory prayer, no pardon, no
expiation by the guilty, which not/ling at oil in the homer
of man can ever clean again?
// / was God. / would spit at Kuhn's prayer.
"if this is a "an."
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Germans Push for Return of Nazi Assets
Washington
EX-NAZI INDUSTRIALISTS are
starting to hint that unless the
United States returns Nazi assets
confiscated in America during
World War II, anti-Semitism will
grow.
A typical implied threat came
from the industrialists' Washington
lobby, known as the "Committee for Return of Ger-
man Property." This lobby demanded return of
vested Nazi assets as a "gesture of confidence in
the wholesome, democratic forces which are cur-
rently under strain in Germany." It referred to the
reemergence of the swastika as an omen of anti-
Semitism.
Among the "wholesome, democratic forces"
seeking this "gesture of confidence" are the I. G.
Farben Trust and Alfred Krupp, convicted Nazi war
criminal. It is suggested that if these wholesome
elements <:o not receive "prompt action" there could
be "a serious crisis." The wording is reminiscent
of Hitler's power politics.
The truth is that the U.S. government more than
made up for the Nazi assets by extensive rehabil-
itation expenditures and huge economic aid to Ger-
man industry. Such aid was given by Washington
under the clear understanding that the vested funds

I.: ..:::

United Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
Jews in Top UN Roles
United Nations
A RE THERE MANY Jews at the UN?
The; question came up again recently
when the story about a hold-up in the
home of the Chilean permanent repre-
tive to the UN became front page
wspapers. That repre-
\ M \mh;i"adi.r Daniel Schweit-
L-^f N_^B "t. ;i quiet, studious, dignified man of
63. Three nun broki into bis Bast Side home one evening,
threatened him with a gun. and robbed bin Df 1200. in
the 4 ihe holdup. <,ne of the banditi asked Mr.
- i Jew. Whet
indeed, a Jew, thi ,i,r,,
and say "Heil Hitler." Manj Jewish read
surprise to discover that the t \ Ambus
American country was J ad wbethi were
many Jews there. Thi "Quite a few."
Like Mr. Schweitzer, all the Jewi herewith the ex-
ception of those who are merrfbers of the Israel misi
or those who represent the Jewish pressare Jew
individuals.
There are six citizens of Israel employed bv the UN.
Their appointments were made on the IN principle that
Staff membership-, must be filled on the bask of 'geo-
graphical distribution." But actually, a man or woman
given a job here must, first of all. prove the capability to
fill the specific Job. Thai Is true of the Israeli staff mem-
bers as it is of any others.
Very often, Jews are found among the delegations.
Perhaps the best known of the Jewish delegate!
Moth, of France. He has been a member of the French
delega'ion so long that he is virtually a permanent fix-
ture of the UN. Moth Is his country's foremost diploma-
tic expert in the field of disarmament, including the long-
sought ban on nuclear testing.
Just as well known here is another French Jew. Prof.
Rene Cassia. A gentle little man. with a Van Dyke beard.
Prof Casata is n beloved here as he i- revered in France.
where he holds one of the highest posts in the Republic,
Vice President of the Council of State. Here he is known
primarily for his work on behalf of human rights; he ha-
served as chairman of the UN Commission on Human
Rights. Many Jewish leaders around the world have had
contacts with Prof. Cassin, one of the topmost leaders of
Alliance Israelite Universelle.
Among the delegations. Jews holding the highest con-
fidence of their governments show up frequently as mem-
bers, even as heads, of their delegations. During the last
Assembly, the Austrian Foreign Minister, Dr. Bruno
Kreisky, headed Vienna's delegation. He is a Jew.
would not be returned. Now the Germans want both
the penny and the cake.
The German lobby went so far as to term the
alleged American debt to the ex-nazis a "long over-
due restitution."
Meanwhile, the West German government pub-
lished a White Paper on anti-Semitism. It said that
although there were at least 685 anti-Semitic inci-
dents in the Federal Republic between Christmas
and Feb. 1, there was "no evidence" of anti-Semitism
growing.
While Bonn authorities gave West Germany a
clean bill of health, a musical hit swept across the
country. It echoed from every gasthaus, beer hall,
and cafe. By some coincidence, the hit just hap-
pened to be Adolf Hitler's own favorite number, fre-
quently rendered at Nazi functions by the SS band.
The "Badenweiler March," the song Hitler loved
best of all. is a martial tune with clashing cymbals
and booming drums. It swept West Germany on the
heels of the recent swastika craze, too close for com-
fort. Juke boxes blared forth the triumphant strains
of Hitler's march. Many Germans smiled and
laughed with vicarious pleasure. A few squirmed
uncomfortably.
Pro-Nazi manifestations^ America have shock-
ed some American journalists who covered the Hit-
ler era in Europe.
Inez Robb, a newspaper columnist and a non-
Jew, discovered that Americans resented an anti-
Nazi column she wrote. They condemned her for
writing it. She reported that an angry batch of
letters took her to task for suggesting that American
young people, no less than German, needed to be
told of the horrors of the Hitler regime.
"What horrors?" asked the indignant letter
writers. They accused Miss Robb of inciting
"hatred" and "racial prejudice" against Nazis "both
at home and abroad."
Not one letter expressed the slightest regret
over the resurgence of anti-Semitism in Germany
and the United States. She studied the letters and
found "there is not one line deploring the re-appear-
ance of the swastika as the most revolting symbol of
race hatred and extermination in the 20th or any
other century."
Mill Robb noted sadly that "there is Bol one
suggestion of remorse at the resurgence of the Nazi
spirit thai sent six million innocent persons to their
death! m concentration camps during World War II. '
larming and discouraging col-
' I; tt< rs came .per I suggested thai a public
wrvlce i\ program could perform no | erv-
ice ior the nation than a program devoted entirely
to Hitler's concentration and extermination cam*/1
Almost every letter writer wiled on two ex-
??**** anti-Semitism. One excuse
s that it is a Communist conspiracy to blacken
evV:.T. UT^nd ,"""'' '"' 'h,';'" "U" <"""'">:
h' v The, lh' "lne only reason
the Nad outbreak, and -, :,lcanng 'isod
?'M* S ** the natLsP press
is controlled by Jew-
- and stations, too."
Between You and Me:
the radio and TV net-
There is, for example, the bitter chapter in which.
Primo tries to translate from memory part of Dante'd
"Divine Comedy" into French for his friend, and to
plain some of its finer semantic pointsand all the *hc.
the two men are stumbling over the ground in their filthjl
rags, their heads shaven, their feet caked with blood anil
sores, their bodies constantly on the verge of starvation
and exhaustion. It is reminiscent of one of the m > chilli
ing scenes in English literature, the end of Waugh's "aI
Handful of Dust," in which a highly civilized EnglishmiJ
becomes trapped deep in the steaming Amazon jungle bjf
a demented old man who keeps him prisoner so that
will read Dickens to himover and over, forever There1
is the same kind of irony in Mr. Levi's chapterand tto
same chill.
The quality of Mr. Levi's despair is measured ay hi
insight and his eloquence. Both are superb. Tr b
was first published in Europe in 1JKT; I have no tea
its impact there. But I would hope that it will find ,
way permanently onto the bookshelves of American Jews
a chronicle of the worst in man, and a testimony to
best in him.
Overseas Newsletter: By tllAHU SALPETl
The Security Situation
F Jem <=i lent
OR SEVERAL WEEKS, the 1-rad
Cabinet has been conducting a
view of the interlocked problem A th
nations security and international pos
lion. The review began with a report I
Prime Minister and Defense Minis
David Ben Gurion, based on the
tions of his top military advisers The*,
evaluations took particular notice of the rate of flow
new armament into the Arab camp and the speed of
absorption and training, as well as the requirement- of tl
Israel Army in face of the Arab secretion of strength.
Later, Mr. Ben-Gur ion's review was supplemented
a report from Foreign Minister Golds Meir on develop
ments in Israel's international relations. On the*.1 foi
dations, members of the Cabinet began to reevali.te
rael's position. By now. the Cabinet has concl
Tirst part of its deliberations and drew the basic cone
sions involved.
While these conclusions were based on devel
of the past year or two. events of recent weeks undout
erved as a catalyst of one of the most fun mientL
exclusions This event was UN Secretary General Di|
Hammarskjold's complete failure to obtain the least
change in Col. Nasser', refusal to permit the I
goods throui h the Suez Canal. This was cintrirff
to formal UN resolutions on the freedom of paf|
the canal, but also to the specif.,
on 'practical arrangements" worked out belwee i llamj
" It became completely obvious that neither the Unitedl
- ihe supreme international bodv, nor Mr. Ilam-I
Hold personally ;,s the top diplomat of the f
influence the Egyptian dictator any longer. The inevit-1
W conclusion for Israel was a bitter but ne.,
I to be a factor or. which Israel can rely in
considerations of her security problems. It was rchanct
on this factor that influenced, to a considerable ,
!?!. t w'lhdrawal frm Sinai, and it was this oa I
ion which was taken into account when Israel was face-T
with expressions of growing Arab bcUigere: < W
BORIS SMOLAR
Does Israel Have the Secret of the A-Bomb?
IS ISRAEL NOW closer to securing the'
secret of producing the atom bomb?
fhib question i, being asked in United
Nations circles, now that France has ea>
ploded her first atomic device in th
Sahara desert. It is no secret that France'
and Israel have been collaborating close-
ly on atomic research work.
And it is also no secret that the
French government has a very hieh nnin^J t, ''
work in nuclear research. The\xchane o kn E"Vt
this field between France and Israel '11^owledf e ln
question is asked whether rra^LT^^^t ,h*
also with the knowledge of producmg atom ^ hs W
hardly likely that Israer would r^manda.^. pos?
S'counto-ir Ura"ehl.Pr0dUCUn l ?* *
I.raiie,ne^h-Iess' bo,b Moow and Nasser bad an eye onl
irst I, ?J I outb"r*t against France's explosion of b*
in.Iin f 1 '^ MSC0W eVen We"L*S tU as d.SSertrl
of ,hlgLS6 "ews ,hat ,srel endangered by the faltoutl
rearhL e*P*nment. Israel has in the meantime!
Washing agreement **" the Smithsonian Institute |
track nf ? Se,lln "P "n on **t. Carmel for
tracking of space satellites.
mic J grJLTk1 "22 bet* di*ned in Israel for c*
be i/,,TT"?*: The '" such rocket U expected
teiiht ?of1 W,U>? '"" ye*r nd itnded ,0 reaCb
Mights of more than 50 kilometres.


May. Match t. 19HJ
LEGAL NOTICE
*JeM fhridBa,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
k,ii, IS HKRKBY GIVKN that
_n.(l. deeding to engage In
. under the fictitious name of
[l-l'V KilALTY el 719 Arthur God-
l; ,,,i Ml! Intend* to register
kith (he ("Icrk of the Clr-
i Dade County, Florida.
'jlKlii KLIlk lU/JtmiNS,.
l(iu K.-al F.'state Broker
Sole owner
2/14-26. 3/4-11
notice by publication
the circuit court of the
:venth judicial circuit of
Florida, in and for dade
county, in chancery
No. 60C 10S4
II \\t liEKTS JOI-.'I,,
[ '' ,
I V .luEL.
1
V \\\ V. JOEL
.'Tit
i marie Place
New Y.-rk
required to Mm a copy
nei lo the lull of I foes
i. ilvon on the plaiollfra
I to file the oilginal an-
office of the clerk of the
|iili 'i on or In-fore the Zlat
h A.I' 1!60; old.
Complaint for Divorce,
I led herein, will be taken
| b) you
I-.- it Miami. Florida, thla the
[da} : February. 1940.
I. I I.KATHBMWN, fter*.
k-cuit Court, Dade County, Florida
l> K M I.Y.MAN
Deputy Clerk
11A \ KKIEDMAN
Muildmg
.i Ift 1-5644
2/19-26. 3/4-11
VAVBHU
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/E\th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
.OR i DA. IN AND FOR DADE
C0L.NTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 60CI5O3
. I. JOYNKR,
I tin.
I S JoYNER.
I '"
I > F. JOYNER
ll'KKr N'DANT
l.\M ->' IVKVOWN
r HEREBY notified that a
I i I.ilnt for Divorce ha* been
I >ou by EDWAltD 0
required to aerve a copy
".i to tit* Bill of Cum.
II Divorce on the plaintiff*
I to flic the oriKinal an-
ih- office If the Clerk of th.
' it on or before the 1 Stli
h A 11 1940; otherwise.
I Complaint for Dtvoroe,
lied herein, will be taken
unf.....I by you.
d Miami, Florida, thla the
daj 'f FVI.ruary. 1940.
I I.I:atIIKHMA.\. clerk.
rt, Hade Countv. Florida
My: i. sneeden
.. niNN '""u,y c"rk
Plaintiff
Building
i Kit l-XH
And so. you feel you or* qualified to enter the
rabbinate because you won an oratorical con-
test in Junior High School .
in TMC!TI.L,BV PUBLICATION
^=H.E.i:iRC,J,T COURT OF THE
Finninl ,UDICiAl- CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No -60C 904
Pta}ntV'KRBKR r'AKR,:l"
key in Stum F'AnitKr.' "- -
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: KEVIN scan PARREL
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
You KEVIN SEAN PARREL are
Xr.my /"""," """ a ,si" '< "-
Plaint f.,r Divorce haa been filed
aaainat you. and you a,.. r.....",ed to
.fintiVf \."" "' ''.......'"I on the
RKIirn IJBBOWITZ AND
lien, h, Florida and f .- the original
Answer Pleading In ,. office^
I the i lerk of the cTreull Courl ., or
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DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
thla 11th day of Feb
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LEGAL NOTICE
A 11 1 :eii
F: B LEATKERMAN, clerk.
ifflowiTg M,:,,,;r,-'"> '',k
Miami Bea. h. Florida
Attorneyi f,,r i-iaimiff
2/19-26,3/1-11
C,p ll. L LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
KrJZlfJ'J'0?* NAM* LAW
ii. Ti the underi-luned. d 1I..F.RS p.v.; T.V. TIOBB at r.
.IM. Htre-1 Ml.,,,1 Bench Intends to
re.i.ter Hald nainea with the Clerk of
the ( Ircult Court of Dade
Florida.
County,
I. E.
KOLCHNER
2/19-26. 3/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'*!* JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
-ORiDA, IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Ne. OOC1437
ITRI1 C. K.\2IK.
i'
I* K \Z1K.
Pefendi nt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN KAZIK
' Hoa 73
IR, ,.. l-aric.
lu '
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. OADE COUNTY, FLA
. .- No- 0C1509
MARY CLAIRE POSTER
Plaintiff,
I
ciiari.f.s j postf:r.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOU, CHARLES J POSTER, 103
Fourth Ave Newark. New
re notified to aerve a copy of row
*" to the Divorce Complaint on
Plalntirra attorney. Oeorse NlchoUa.
30.,. Klacayne Uulldinx, Miami. Florida
and fl|r original with Clerk of this
< ourt on or before 22nd of March
1**0. otherwiae Complaint will be
I'onfeneed b>' vou.
DATED F'ehruary 1. 1N0.
B. B. I.KATHERMAX, Clerk
(aeal) By: U 8NEGDEN,
I>eputy Clerk
2/lt-2. 3/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
,..._ No. 60C1539
JAMES M. ROHFIKTS
rialntiff.
v.
MAROARF:T E. ROBERTS,
Defendant
-NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOl MAROARET E ROBERTS
addrena unknown, an herebj notified
that a Complaint for Divorce haa
been filed agulnat you. and vou are
required to aerve a copy of your An-
awer to the Complaint mi plaintiff s
attorney. MAX !>. BNOBI., 103 llla-
enjrna BulldiriK. .Miami. Florida, and
to file the original in the office of tho
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
tSe L'lM day of March, IH60; In de-
fault of which the Complaint will he
taken confessed b) you.
DATED Ihlx 17th dav of F"el.iuar\
10, at Miami. Dade County, Plor-
ida.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida
(cal) B) K M l.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
I/19-S. 3/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
, ._ NO. 60CI324
I'AT CARRIKER.
Plaintiff,
sva.
KDW'Altl. THADDKOS CVrR[KER,
L>efendant.
f JNOT,CE TO APPEAR
1": Edward Thaddeus Carrlker
223 N. 14th Street
Alexandria, la.
You are re your answer to the cofnptmlnl for
divorce on plalntlffa attorney, Stan-
ley M preS. Em|.. km Hey bold HoiW-
inK, Miami llorida, and file the mil!-
Inal with the Clerk of the al.ov, Court
on or hefore the 2lat day of March.
1!0 or a decree pro ronfeaeo will he
entered against you.
Dated at Mam. Florida, this mi,
da> of February, ISM
E i: LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
i Ircult Coon. Dad.- i oiiim Florida
(aeal) l:> WM W STOCKING,
Denary clerk
2/19-26. S'4-ll
With tlm
ol Dude
Jeraey
no-
for
you,
, opj
Ci
.. New
M.\ KAZIK are herel.v
a Bill of C.^nplaint
been filed against
'.iiulred to aerve
er or Heading to th.
(>latni on the plaintiffs
N'iKDO A. Al.l, 400 Aina-
Miami 32. Florida and
inal Anawer or Pleading
of the Clerk of the ('Ir-
on or helm r the 22t,d day
!">0. If you fall to do ao,
default will he taken
for the relief demanded
* ''HI of Complaint.
hall l. published once
i four conaecutlve weeka
V ,v\VISH H'l-OHIDIAN.
I, ,"h ORDRRfJD at Miami,
i:;.;.. ,,,h d*v of r>luary,
mVuc ll:\Tr:RMAN, Clerk,
"" < airt. Dude County. Florida
By: HELEN KKSSI.ER
Deputy Clerk
A. Al.l
I Bullding
Klorlda
'or Plaintiff
2/I9-J4. S/4-U
t
CKI.
lAln.
niii
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
PLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 48315-C
IN RE: Erate of
STANLEY (;oTTLIF.B
Deceaaed-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Hald
BatJutn:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaent any clalma and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of STAM.KY 'iOTTI. 1KB deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in their offlcea In
the Comrty Cowrthotrae In Dade Conn-
t>. Florida, within eight calendar
month* from the dale of the rirst
publication hereof, or the same will
be bar-ed.
isiDoiti: i;utti.if:b
MARTIN QKNET, Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami (teach .19. Florida
2M9-26. 3/1-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IM HF:REHY GIVEN lhat
I he undersigned, desiring to engage In
biisirieaa under the fk'tltinus name of
.MIAMI BHORSM S-M CITIES SERV-
ICE at number 9734 N F: Second Ave-
nue in the City of Miami Shores.
Florida intends to regiater the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Cminty, FleeMa
l>ated at North Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, thla lath day February. 19.
M CORPORATION, a
Florida corporation. l'HI'i owner
sntdf:k and toinc.
Attorneys for Applicant
2/19-24.3/4-11
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
KEY-NOTF: BAR 1017 Bird Road,
Miami intend to register aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
MORRIS KERNER and
1,1 I.I.IAN KERNER. hla wife,
aa an F>tate hy the Enliitii.-
KKSSI.ER, CARS A ROTH
Attorneya
I99K S \V. 1st Street
2'19-26. 3/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4BS09-C
IN RE Eetate of
JOHEI'H WKIXSTKIX.
Ii>
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bajnte:
You are hereby notified'and requir-
ed to present ani claim* and demand*
which you may have again*! the re-
late of JOSEPH \vi:i\sri;ix a,
ed late of I hide County. Florida, to
the County Judge* of Dade Countv.
and file the same In their oft
the County Coarrhouce In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. wiUilu eight calendar
months from the date of the iirst
publication hereof, or the aame wW
be barred.
MAROARET FTNE
KENNETH M. MYERS Attorney
of \IYi:i:.< HEIMW & KAPLAN
II.-.0 8.W Flrat Street
Miami, F*k.rl.laFa L-stSI
2/19-14. 3/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
v, .1F'CTIT,OU* NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
"-'-' d, .....Irlni to en.
undei the rictltloua name of
MAGIC CITY RL'fl CLEANERS .t
24th Street, Hlaleah, ii;.,u
Intend to r.gi.-i, s.,l,l nam
Clerk of Jhe Circuit Couri
Counti, Fioiida
ii i: ERBE
MHAL J D^x'AV *****
-Mti.i i\ i.,i H |( Brkn and
William Kelian
____________________________t'26. 3/4-11 -1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
... No- *47
IN RE: Estate of
Rol'.KItT BARNES
I > 1 .;in.,I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- and All Peraoni Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Hatnte:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against th. r.
of ROBERT BARNES deceased
tate or Dade Countv. Florida, to the
County Judges r Dnde County, and
rile the same in their offices in the
< onnty Conrttmnw In Dade Countv.
Florida, within eight calendar month*
from the date of the first publication
hereof, .., the same win i.e i,,,i,..,i
OOLDMAN ^"GT7LiDST^:NHICKa
Attorney*
MM West Flagler Street
Miami, Fla.
___________________________2/24, 3/4-11-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the tin.lei -11411.il. desiring to engage in
business iiiiii.-r the rictltloua name of
FABRIC CIAMB-OI'T CENTER at
number mm N E. ^nd Avenue in the
< It} of Miami. Klorlda Intends to re-
Ister the saiil name arltfa the Clerk of
Ui. circuit Court of Dade County.
l"lo1 i.i.i
Dated at Miami, Florida, thla 12th
day of February, ISM
ANNA SOLOMON, Owner
._______ 2'19-24. 3/4-11
ASHLEY.
JtmJ cE- BV ""OBLIGATION
l\flE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Florida J.VaD,ClAl- circuit of
COt 2tw,N..ANO FOR OAOE
COUNTV. in CHANCERY
r,"KR.NENA- C,S
intlff.
Vs.
Ki.KS p. AHHLET.
ffenddnt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ad,h'U-K?, t ASHLEY
|Adili.,9 rnknonn
1 ''HARl.ES P ARBTVr *r.
' -^tlfM- S-7-, Vlll'ofVeS-
i-lvorce haa been Hied
h .'.,, v r yo" ,r* riulred to
" h *'",' Answer or Plead-
!" Hill r Complaint on (he
JR i'-rn*vVv, H VINCENT
Miami 1S1 .aN K' IHith tret.
"ami. Florida and rile the orlg
,k J. th* Clrcnlt Court on
,"; day r March. !40
" do ao. judgment by de-
"ill he
' Ii
' demanded In
the Bill
for
of
lilt
"''.'ii be pi*eWhe4 once
iv, '''ItlDIAN
M. OllD|.:|(|
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 43730 8
IN RE: F>late or
ARTHUR HKItl'.ST
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE ia hereby given that I have
filed a Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge aa
FIxeriitnr of the eatate of ARTIII'R
HFHtHST, deceased: and that on the
lath day of March. I960, will apply
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade Countv. Florida, for approval of
aald Final Report and for dlatrlbutlon
and fltutl dlsubarg* a* fxecetr of tho
eetate W the above-named decedent.
Thla 15th day of February. m.
MAC MERMELL
STANLEY H. APTB
Attorney
1900 8.W. Third Avenue
Miami 3)4. Plerldn
2/l-*4.1/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOI'ICK is HF.-RKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dishing to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
BABY NEBDS at IM7S X.K. 13th
Ave.. N. Miami Intends to register
aid name with the Clerk ot the cir-
cuit Court or Dnde County. Florida
LULLABY DIAPER SERVICE.
INC., a Fla. Corp
2/24. 3/4-11 -ie.
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the rictltloua name of
CAPE FLORIDA at Kej Blecayne,
Dnde County. Florida Intend* 1
later aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. e"1orlda
desser garfif:i.d. INC.,
a Delaware corporation,
Bj Norman A Corteae.
Vice I'resident
Villiani*. Salomon. Kennev ft Llndxon
Attorneys tor l>es*er A Car field In,
I 19-24.3/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Ne. 44411.8
IN RE: F:*tate of
FERNANDO II NI8SBN,
Deeeaaed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herein given that I have
riled my Final Report and Petition for
Di-tribiitlon and Final Discharge as
Executrix of the estate of F'ernando
H. Nisaen. deceased and that on the
Cth day of March, 1940. will apply
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County. Florida, for approval of
said F'inal Report and for dlsti Ihution
and final discharge as Executrix of
the eatate of the above-named dece-
dent. Thla IL'th dav of FVhruarv 19'i
EDNA RAVAGE Executrix of the
Estate of F'ernando ll Nlaaen, by
Herman T. Isls. her attornec
HERMAN T. ISIS
Attorney
Madeira Avenue
Coral Gables 34. Florida
I-?. 3/4-11
ll.....
thla tV j "r'" "'ami.
;"' 7th day f February,
'''"uLr,:AT-!V':'!V,AN. Clerk,
urt. D.i.t,. 1 ouiuy, 1
KDI-N
Deputy Clerk
2/19-24. 3/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY,
Ne. SSC14.4
IAMEH P. IHXSKV.
Ilalntlff.
EDITH HAN8E
Defendant
ORDER TO APPEAR
oaldb, f:imth hankeN. 24m N.
Peart Street. Albany. New York, are
hereby -required to a^rvw a cony of
your answer to a Complaint for dl-
on iilalnttifs attormv. Claude t\
M. Barnes. 10 N E 1st A
Pla.. on or before the 2l*t
March. iao. and file the original In
th.- office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you. Dated February,
1, 1940
1! I.EATHKItMAN. Clerk.
hit I, Dade Count) F'loi Ida
(seal) By: c t, m.i v tNDER
rk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SPRING VALLEY INN at 4.'.9 Mer-
idian Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida
intend to register said name with the
Cleek .of Hte tlrcnkt Conrt at Dade
County, Florida.
HAM AND DORA KOONAN
4.',4 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
2/IJ-I9-24. 3'4
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOI'ICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of i Vih
CHARIOT at 1301 79th St. Cause-
way, No. Itav Milage Intends to reg-
ister said name m-ith the Clerk of the
Circuit Curt of Dade Countv, Florida
CAUSEWAY, INC .
a Flu. corp.. Sole owner
MYERS. HUMAN A KAPLAN
Attome> for Applicant
I ISO S \V 1st Street
J71S-M. J/4-11
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURt
IN AND FOR OAOC COUNTV,
- FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4S7S7-B
IN RK: Estate of
JEAN HART
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors end All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed te present any claims and demand*
which you may have against the es-
tate of JEAN HART deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Cum
ty Judges of Dade Countv. and file
Miami, the aame in the!- offices In the Coun-
day of ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida. Within right calendar months
from the ilate of the first pulili
hereof, or the same will be barred
INK HARHIF:T HART
11 i:m-
lronard 1. kimrall
Attorn. \
NOTICE UNDEK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF; IS HF-.RKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
nshrsss under the Hctltirms name ef
MRI'l.l'S CITY at 37:il N.W. 79th
Street. Htnleah. Florida Intend to re4f-
Ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Ceuntv. Flor-
ida.
HAROLD SCUBCTFUt
PEARL SCHFXrTER
Ki.VNER A MANNIIEIMER
Attorneys for Harold
and Pearl Sclterter
2/19-2S, 3/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
APEX TILE AND TBRRAZZO DIs"-
TRIBCTORS at numlier 8S90 S.W.
Avenue in the Citv of Miami.
Florida Intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of l>ade County. Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, thl* 2Sth
day of January. 1940.
JACK NF'.IMAN
DONALD G. McCOY
NORMAN F. SOLOMON. Eq.
Attorney for Applicant*
1204 Lincoln Road. Suite 217
Miami Beach 39. Florida
2/19-24. S/4-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
noticf: is hf:rf:by given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CCRRY'S at Miami Reach. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the clrclut Court of Dade
County. Florida.
IVKN R. STRAWDKRMAN
JAMKS F-.. I.eVINF:
P.ROWN AND K0I.LF:R
Attorney* for Iven R. Strnwderman
1/19-24.3/4-11
'ri9-:
I
x Biacayne Blvd.
rth Miami. Fla.
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Carol (Mrs. Arthur) Courshon home from the
hospital after surgery, feeling fine, and busy
writing "thank you" to so many friends who re-
membered her The Maurice Serottas" uncle,
Dr. Abraham Pletman, and Mrs. P. in town from
Schcnectedy, N.Y., staying at the Casablanca .
His daughter and son-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Leon
I, .me. and children also visiting here Lots of entertaining for
Mrs. Robert Bouron (former Cynthia Krensky) by her two favorite
ns Mrs. Harry Smith hostess at a morning coffee, with
in asking Cynthia how it feels to live in Paris as the wife
,f a real, live Frenchman Her Bob's a med student Luncheon
I, Mrs. Thomas Gerard in her new Keystone Point home, Judy
niaking sure everyone said hello to her visiting cousin.
Mr mi
Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Lil) Lipsiner celebrated their 12th wed-
ding anniversary Feb. 29 They were married in New Haven,
Conn., three Leap Years ago The couple and their children,
Mitchell Dean and Lorene, live at 16951 NE 81st pi. Lil's mem-
bership chairman of Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood Jack
terves on the Temple board of directors .
Travelers Mr. and Mrs. Philip Slomovitzhe's the noted
editor of the Detroit Jewish Newsin Miami Beach at the Martin-
ique Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Epstein in town for a day on their
way to Nassau, where they are vacationing with relatives He's
the New York advertising exec Meyer Halperin, of New York.
w-iiing his mother, Mrs. Esther Halperin. winter resident at the
Sterling hotel, prior to leaving for Israel Also at the Sterling:
Dr Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University, and Max Etra,
chairman of the board of trustees of Albert Einstein medical school!

Off they went to Europe, the Robert Lewins, but not before
Mrs. Raymond Rubin entertained for Helene at a delightful Bon
Voyage luncheon at her home Do-it-yourself gifts included a
iron, clothes pins and clips, along with a washline and assort-
ment "f hangers Guests included Mesdames Burton Goldstein,
Pir hard Steiner, J. C. Hofmayer. Irwin Kuntz, Harry Markowitz,
Jw Davis, Bernard Kramarsky, Stuart Gordon. William Lehman
,.m! .lay Schwartz .
The Harry Smiths' party a rip-roaring success, the 150 guests
fll auv<> ... It was a 6 to 8ish cocktail affair honoring the engage-
nun' I Miss Gail Heller to Bennett Lifter .
Mrs .John Owen's home on N. Bay rd. a beautiful site for the
1(1 A Women of the Year" coffee Mrs. Richard E. Hecht,
[mother of six, adorable in her introduction of the guest speaker
Bevy of Mt. Sinai Auxiliary volunteers in their cheery cherry
|uniform-: Mrs. Harry Lack, Mrs. Seymour Rubin, Mrs. Abe Schon-
|feld. Mrs. Jules Gillette.
>MC Ml Ml
Enjoyable reunion at the Algiers hotel featured Dr. Carroll
p.Vu-u n president of New York University, guest of honor at a
'mall dinner party tendered by Dave Levinson Jules Slutsky,
Id the Nevele Country Club in the Empire State, extended his stay
[at the Algiers to dine with the head of the school from which he
I received his. degree 25 years ago Also present: Dr. Irving
ll.ehrman"I once attended a lecture by Dr. Ncwsom, which makes
lme a friend if not an alumnus of the school"Howard Dressner. the
lent's administrative assistant; and Jack Ross, Algiers public
relations exec, despite his CCNY diploma Algiers co-owner
with Levinson, Lou Kenin, absent because of a lame shoulder.
Ml MC MC Ml
Birth daze: Dr. and Mrs. Arthur (Judy) Gilbert announce the
arrival at Jackson Memorial Hospital of their first-born, a son,
I Robert Cecil, who weighed in Feb. 26 at 9 lbs. 14 oz. Grand-
unts are Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C Myers, long-time Miami com-
1 '> leaders, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert, of the Town
irant .
Vnd: Nina Joy, born Feb-. 24> with brother Jimmy makes up the family quartet .
V-o: A son, Mark Howard, born to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
v n Feb. 11 at St. Francis Hospital Mark joins Valerie Lee,
Bris was Feb. 18 at the Paley home. 18211 NE 10th ave..
" Rev. Abraham Seif officiating Grandparents are Mr. and
Mi Jacob Paley, Miami Beach, and Mr. anoVMrs. O. H. Duff,
i..ie Plains, N.Y. Godparents are Dr. Harold Goldstein and
*!' Ada Frew.
Ml MC Ml
Mrs. Minnie Wainer. of 2993 SW 2nd st., is entertaining her
' i-hter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Uchim, of New York
The couple arrived to attend the Bar Mitzvah of.Michael Winer
Saturday Michael's the son of the Sam Winers, of the Bon-
'' restaurant, where a receptidn will be held ia his honor
I .v.i.day .
Mrs. Abraham Woukshe's the mother of novelist Herman
ikconcluding a stay at the Sterling and returning North .
at the Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. David Manaster. of Chicagohe's
Kosher Zion exec With them, the couple's children, Mr.
Mrs Milton tafton, and grandchildren, Lisa and Steven .
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Perper and family spent ten days visiting
i his father, long-time Miamian Arthur Perper. while Alex was
a business trip to the mainlandHe's the United States Rubber
P representative in Bayamon, P.R.
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Reception at their home for immediate family and friends will
rk the 50lh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. David (Rose)
-me_3623 Riviera dr., on Saturday The couple were married
'" 5. 1910 in New Jersey, and came here in 1938, where Dave's
dr' a''!,ve real estate investor today Their children include Mr.
-"1 Mrs. Sydney (Beatrice) Rome, of Pacific Palisades, Calif., and
" and Mrs. Leslie C. (Arlene) Ro>me, Miami Grandchildren
|dr<' D.na, 16. Stuart, 10, Melanie. 7, and Wendy, 4.
----- arm arm arm
More on Birth Front: Rabbi and Mrs. Eugene Labovitz, of
(< ,, r Tn>d. named their daughter Shiri Alyssa"My Song
Jy in HebrewSaturday at a Kidduab in the Temple.

11 c W" 40tn wed("n* anniversary for the Joseph ^Silvermans
L'(. '"' ay' w,,h **ais at 8 on the dock, followed by dinner in
U.-. 1 i L** ,ovely In red ... All the neighbors invited-
be f / Go,d,e Cohens husband, Lou, sick in bed and observing
IeupJH" i m ,he wind0 Guests included Rabbi and Mrs.
ne Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
In", au Ro" H Kauffmnn. *>r ""d *" Max Eder Irps
and brothenn-law, Mr. and Mrs Harry Weinberger, and their
Continued en Pag* Ill
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' Miami, Florida, Friday, March 4, 1960
Section B
At the Heart Ecxll last Friday in the new Grand ballroom of the
Diplomat hotel in Hollywood are (left to right) Marianne Rey-
nolds, chairman, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland
One of the highlights of the international inaugural conference
for Israel Bonds held last week at the" Fontainebleau was. a
party for bond leaders hosted by famed Sophie Tucker (front,
center). Among her Miami guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Oritt, he's general chairman with Jack A. Cantor of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond committee, and Mrs. Jennie Grossinger
(front, right). Wtth them is Washington, D.C., bond leader
Abe Kay.
Council Opens Thrift Shop Here
Thrift Shop and Israel Supply
Store opened Tuesday at 6150 NW
22nd ave., and will be under the
supervision of the Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women.
Mrs. Milton Green, president,
said that supplies may be sent di-
rectly to Israel through the store,
which will be manned by mem-
bers of local Council clubs. Mrs.
T. Graf, rummage chairman for
Council and Kadimah chapter, is
over-all chairman of the project.
Council will hold its 20th annual
donor luncheon Sunday noon. Mar.
20, at the Fontainebleau hotel.

Mrs. Shirley Queen, president of
(Jidda Meir Club, and Mrs. Oscar
Zeltzer, chairman of Moetzet Ha
poalot, announce the next regular
meeting for Tuesday evening at
Beth Ei Congregation, 500 SW 17th
ave., Miami.

Bebe Idelson Club will sponsor
a Purim dinner for Child Rescue
on Tuesday, 6 p.m., at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cosow,
7222 Trouville Esplanade.
Mrs. Israel Offenhanden, presi-
dent, said that Mrs. Esther Wein-
-ti'in is chairman, and has ar-
ranged a Megillah reading by
Abraham Grossman. Mrs. Harry
Yanish and Mrs. Max Goldscheij
will present a Purim skit.

Pioneer Women. Club II, will
hold a Purim luncheon Thursday
noon, Mar. 10, at the Raleigh ho-
tel. In charge of arrangements is
by Mrs. Ida Jacobs-Liftman, presi-
dent. Mrs Nathan Bookspan said
that Irving Liftman will be guest
speaker, and Mrs. Aaron Liebman
will read from the Megillah. Pro-
ceeds are, for Moetzet Hapoalot.

Kadimah chapter will meet on
Thursday evening, Mar. 10, at Beth
El Congregation.
Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, presi-
dent, and Mrs. Cele Segal, chair-
man of Moetzet Hapoalot, said
that all members may pick up
their donor tickets at the affair.
Mrs. Louis Silver is chairman
of program, which will feature
"More Than a Vocation," an l
rael made film, with Mrs. Silver
and Mrs. Albert Shkoler as narra-
tors.
Annual Luncheon
Slated Tuesday
Annual luncheon of the Daugh-
ters of Israel will take place Tues-
day noon at the Royal Hungarian
restaurant.
Mrs. Julius Sukenik. president,
said that proceeds will be used to
maintain the local ritualarium at
151 Michigian ave. Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro was selected chairman of
the annual affair for the third con-
secutive year.
Rabbi David Lehrfield, of Kne-
seth Israel, will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Jack Donnerstag will pre-
sent the musical program.
Spring Donor
Luncheon Slated
Hebrew Academy Women will
initiate the spring season with a
spring donor luncheon at the Bay
Harbor Island home of Mr and
Mrs. Leonard Rosen on Wednes-
day. Mar. 23. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro,
president, announced.
According to Mrs. Charles Bogm
and Mrs. Leonard Rosen, chair-
men, the color scheme of the af-
fair will be white and blue, with
blue china and white cloths adorn-
ing the white and blue umbrella
lawn tables. White mums tinted
in hues of blue will carry out the
decor theme.
Invitations will be extended to
members who have raised S50 in
additional ads for the Academy's
annual journal since the last donor
affair. ,
Comprising the committee work-
ing with Mrs. Bogin and Mrs. Ro-
sen are Mesdames Zvi Berger,
Arthur Bergman. Jonah E. Cap-
Ian. Louis Ciment. Jack Gerson,
Harry Kaplan. Aaron S. Lauer,
Rose Lobel. Leo Reinhard. Sam-
uel Reinhard, M. H. Rosenhouse,
Julius Rosenstein. Hyman Sand-
ier. Tobias Simon. Isidore Spolter,
and Abraham Steinberg.
Purim Carnival
At Beth Sholom
Purim will be celebrated at
Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday,
Mar. 12, with a carnival, a tradi-
tional Megillah reading and a cor-
onation dance.
The Junior High Department of
Beth Sholom religious school will
elect a new Prince and Queen of
1960, who are to be crowned at
the Purim coronation dance at the
Temple.
Booths, games and holiday food
will also mark the program, ac-
cording to Mrs. Samuel Hirsch,
PTA president and chairman of
the carnival, which is being pre-
pared by the children of the school
under the direction of Herbert C.
Bloom, director of education.
Special committee handling the
event includes Mrs. Joseph Pardo
and Mrs. Bernard Resnick. chair-
men of booths and games; Mrs.
Joseph Otchin. ticket chairman;
Mrs. Jack Wagner and Mrs. Irvin
Deutsch, committee chairmen;
Mrs. Wolfie Cohen, food chairman:
Mrs. D. Murray Sonnet), advisor;
Mrs. Fred Sheldon, co-chairman
of carnival; and Mrs. Hirsch.
Mock Marriage
Due at Beth El
Beth El Congregation Sisterhood
will hold its annual Purim Festi-
val on Sunday at Dora August Me-
morial Hall.
Musical program will include
the mock marriage of "Miss
Tzippe Grurthie" to "Mr. Abe Kit-
zell ."
The program is under the direc-
tion ol Mrs. Fannie Ames.


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My Favorite Recipe
Chester Luby, New York.
Mrs. Luby's favorite recipe
NUT TORTE
6 eggs
l1^ cups sugar
14 crackers rolled fine
1'4 cups chopped walnuts
1 tsp. vanilla
"My Favorite Recipe" editor
this week chooses Mrs. Joseph
(Lily) Duntov and Mrs. Sam (May)
Luby, sr., for their unusual and
taste-attracting food delights.
Mrs. Luby, of 630 SW 29th rd
is active in numerous causes local-
ly. She and her husband have three
children, Mrs. Frank (Betty) Cole, i _
and Sam Luby, jr., of Miami, andlBcat es w*l,es separately from
yolks. Bake in spring form in 350
deg. oven. Before serving, cover
with jelly and whipped cream.
*
Mrs. Duntov lives with her hus-
band at 2008 Alton rd. Both are
long-time communal workers here.
Mrs. Duntov is particularly active
with Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary
and Bureau of Jewish Education.
Her favorite recipe is:
NOODLE PUDDING
1 lb. broad noodles
3 tblsp. chicken fat or
vegetable shortening
3 eggs, separated
2 tsp. cinnamon
V4 cup sugar
Vi tsp. salt
a cup bleached raisins
1 cup sliced peeled apples.
I Boil noodles 10 min. in salted
water. Drain and rinse in large
strainer. Add well-beaten egg
yolks, sugar, salt, cinnamon, rais-
ins and apples, and mix well. Fold
in stiffly-beaten egg whites. Put
in deep skillet or pud-
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Mock Marriage Saturday
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center Senior Friendship
Group will hold a mock marriage
and dance Saturday evening. Mrs.
Selma Green is president.
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Joint Purim Ball Saturday
Beth David Sisterhood and Men's
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Jan Lodge, W. Flaglcr st. and 46th ding dish and heat'well. Pour mix
ave. Mrs. Benn Bloom and Harold ture into the hot fat and bake 1 hr
H. Berney are in charge of the at 350 deg. Serve as side dish with
a"air meat or chicken.
Proud recipient of the Woman of Valor Award is Mrs. Sarah
Czech (left). Making the presentation of the award, highest
which the Israel Bond Organization can bestow, is Mrs. Louis
Glasser, who was the first Greater Miami recipient of the
award three years ago. The presentation to Mrs. Czech was
made last Saturday evening at a reception in the Deauville
hotel. The Woman of Valor Award is presented to women
who have purchased or sold 5100,000 in Israel Bonds.
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Poetess Will
Speak Saturday
Rachel Horn will be guest speak-
er at a meeting of the Yivo Forum
on Saturday evening at Miami
Beach Public School, 1420 Wash-
ington ave.
Rachel Korn, noted Yiddish j
poetess, will be guest speaker. The I
author of eight published volumes
of poetry and prose. Mrs. Korn
recently returned from a tour of
Israel. She will discuss "Impres-
sions and Comments by a Leisure-
ly Traveler."
The Yivo Forum is a weekly
presentation of the Greater Miami
Yivo Committee.
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Opalocka. Guest speaker will be
Mrs Jerome Robinson, district di
rector of B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization. In charge of informa-
tion is Mrs. Murray Skup. presi-
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Mrs. Glasser Due At JWB Confab
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The Greater Miami Armed Ser-
vices Committee of the Jewish
Welfare Board will be represented
hjr Mrs. Louis Glasser to the 1960
national biennial convention of
: the National Jewish Welfare
I Board at the Chase Park Plaza ho-
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beques Turner. French Consul here, is honorary chairman
the "Champagne Luncheon at Maxim's or Paris." He's
town here discussing the Mar. 16 affair with Mrs. Edward
Einstein, president of the Miami Beach chapter. National
hildien's Cardiac Hospital.
lampagne Lunch I'M^Micf pSS
Feature Flavor
Maxim's of Paris
(Champagne Luncheon at Max-
ell Paris" is the theme of a
function Mar. 16 at the Eden
hotel's Cafe Pompeii sponsor-
by the Miami Beach chapter of
Jional Children's Cardiac Hos-
II.
\nations to the affair are he-
sent direct from Maxim's of
[is. with souvenir menus being
\\ in here by Alex Humbert,
of Maxim's, two days prior to
puncheon to supervise the lunch
I alonjj with Pierre Bacque, chef
the Eden Roc.
Ilso arriving from Maxim's will
Iwine and champagne, and each
|st :ll receive a bottle of "Ma
We." parfum by Carver. "One
|t> guest will be the winner of a
to Paris via Air France on
new Boeing" 707 jet.
Ipecial centerpieces are being
[ for the Miami Beach
Ipter affair, and caricatures will
sketched of guests at the lunch-
"Holiday on Ice" will open Mar.
1* at the Miami Beach Exhibition
Hall. The opening, sponsored by
local fraternal and philanthropic
organizations, will feature 27 dif-
ferent acts and production num-
bers, ranging from the hilarious
"Holiday in a Harem" to "Legend
of the Black Pearl."
Beach Hadassah
Meetings Monday
Beach groups of Hadassah have
varied programs for March meet-
ings. Stephen $. Wise group will
meet Monday noon at the Deau
ville. The program will fete Pgrim.
with distribution of Scholach
Monas.

Emma Lazarus group will hold
; its meeting Monday noon at the
| Washington Federal bldg., Nor-
(mandy Isle. Film. "Tomorrow is
I a Wonderful Day," is scheduled.
Current events will be presented
by Mrs. D. Hendel.

Henrietta Szold group will hold
its meeting Monday noon at the Al-
giers hotel. Guest speaker is Mrs.
Robert Perlman, chapter coordin-
ator for Youth Aliyah.

Hanna Senesch group will meet
Monday noon at the Saxony hotel. .
Refreshments will be followed by
a special program on flower ar-!
rangements by Pansy Flaum.

Israeli group will hold its meet-
ing on Friday noon. Mar. 4, at the
Algiers hotel.
tels, St. Louis, Mar. 30 to Apr. 3.
H *aj announced by Sam J. Hei-
man. president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
At the convention, Mrs. Glasser
is scheduled to deliver an import-
ant address in a workshop session
entitled "Program TrendsA Lo-
cal Armed Services Committee's
Approach."
Mrs. Glasser will describe the
program initiated by the commit-
tee in Dade county for servicemen
at the Homestead Air Force Base,
which included High Holy Day
services, home hospitality socials,
Sunday breakfasts at the Seville
hotel, free visits to symphony con- j
certs, theatres, and local attrac- i
lams, as well as a variety of rec-!
reation programs for the service-
men and their families.
The Armed Services Committee
is one of more than 270 through-
out the United States and over-
seas, which help JWB carry out its
I responsibility as the government-
i authorized agency for serving the
I religious, welfare and morale
need.s of Jewish personnel in the
U. S. Armed Forces and In \'A
hospitals. JWB is also the nation-
al association of more than 300
Jewish Community Centers and
YMYWHAs, a beneficiary of
Greater Miami's Combined Jewish
Appeal.
More than 1.000 delegates from
all parts of the country are ex-
pected to attend the convention,
whose plenary sessions and work-
shops will be concerned with prob-
lems related to serving Jewish
family needs, in the military and
civilian communities, in the 1960's.
Mrs. Klein to be Hostess
Henl group will bold its meeting
Monday noon at the Eden Roc ho-
tel. A film, "People of Israel," is
scheduled, as well as a musical
program by Rose Rosamond.
Mrs. Blanche Klein will be hos-
tess at a luncheon in her home,
1369 SW 16th St.. on Monday noon.
Proceeds are for the Miami Wei Beth Imeth Sisterhood
fare and Social Group.
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U3rd St. here. Ft. Lud.rd.1.
MiH. Miemi leach HI 9:00
W. Palm Beech HI 9:30
eon. At the same time, an art
exhibit will be featured in the Im-
perial room.
Funds raised are for the Nation-
al Children's Cardiac Hospital in
Denver, an institution dedicated
to the diagnostic treatment of
rheumatic fever and congenital I
heart disease.
Mrs. Edward Feinstein is chap-
ter president. Mrs. Julian Leh-
man is chairman of the pledge
luncheon, and Mrs. Nathan Glass
is ticket chairman.
KASHA
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Beth Emeth Congregation Sister-
hood was to meet Thursday eve-
ning, 8:30 p.m.. at the congrega-
tion, with Mrs. Milton Lyons pre-
siding at a session scheduled to
elect a nominating committee. The
meeting was also to celebrate Jew-
ish Music Month with a film,
"Leonard Bernstein in Israel."
Cantor Hyman Fine was to present
a medley of Purim songs.
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arriage Counselor
. Ljf tSantuef Q. JKling
Miami's Nationally Famous Marwace Counselor and Author

I have previously spoken of the emotions which,
often unknown to us, may be the driving force be-
hind what we feel and do. These emotions, such as
b.e, hate, fear, may have their roots deep in the
pastright back, even, in early childhood. This does
ret mean we are never motivated by reason. Nor
dees it mean that we have a right to disparage those
who place great value on the power of human reason.
lead, it might be well to remember that Freud
1 iseH used rational methods to arrive at his theor-
of the irrational springs of human behavior.
What we should accept, however, is that where
i deepest feelings are concerned people are sel-
i ii completely rational. If we are better to under-
Bl nd our marriages and ourselves, therefore, we
must look beyond reason, for reasonor what passes
[t__is often used merely to justify behavior which
has a deeper significance and motivation.
The idea that what we feel and do in the present
ii elate i to our past experience is easier to accept
re think of the behavior of animals. It is com-
mon knowledge, for instance, that a puppy which
' frequently been kicked will often snarl and
i nge from human beings when it grows older.
Feelings of Insecurity
Si with humans. Is it really so farfetched to
v ie\ that someone who in childhood was not loved
V.. his mother may carry his experience of rejection
. .(Kisciously into manhood? His unconscious feel-
-:s in fact may be extended to all who symbolize
I him his mother, most often to his wife, from
: he may feel he never quite gets all the love
I wants or need-
Indeed out of this very feeling of early parental
I- ection may grow equally Itrong feelings of in
urit) and inferiority. And these in turn may lay
lve foundation for the husband's or wife's later acute
Uugf of jealousy.
Of course, on the other hand, many people have
iving parents and have loving, positive feelings
them. They respect them and want to be
::i When such people marry' they tend to do
re successfully than the others; for. having
l-.en exposed love and affection from birth, they are
better able to transfer their acquired capacity for
Ice to other people. In short, we say such people
I I'lvely "normal" and well adjusted.
Or. to put it another way. youngsters who all
lr lives have been exposed to warm, loving par-
. relj anxious and insecure. They view
rid with warm, friendl] ind are serene
I optimistic. They have a -ense of inner tran-
ility which is the most priceless posses-ion any In-
lal can acquire, and no amount of material
can achieve
Bioiogicjl Endowments
Conversely, children reared by hostile, quarrel-
parents frequently grow up to be suspicious,
C)nica!. and pessimistic. Such people tend to be-
ichopenhauers of the world, viewing every-
and everyone with a jaundiced eye. Their
r arri ire largely failures because they cannot
S what they have never had. How can such a
hand love his wife when he has never been ex-
, sed I love? How can a wife have a real feeling
affection for her husband when she herself has
mown affection as a child?
iualy, we must always take into account the
I logical endowments with which we came into the
. I But. allowing (or these, the way our parents
toward us and treated us in infancy and child-
ably played the largest part in shaping the
" of person we are now.
ir parents want children at all? Did they
to have us. or traa it an accident? Did they
want a girl and get a boy, or vice versa, or were
we just what they desired? How did they expect
children to behave? Did they expect rigid obedience
or, at the opposite extreme, were they indifferent to
what we did? Did they have the capacity to love
children and to demonstrate their love, or was their
attitude cold and devoid of affection? How did they
feel about sex? Were they open and tolerant or
secretive and puritanical?
The answers to questions like these are funda- ^
mental to the understanding of the sort of husbands
and wives we are today. If we know anything at all,
we know that many infants who do not receive ma-
ternal care and affection may develop into people
who are permanently crippled emotionally, and N
unable really to love anyone, including their hus-
bands and wii i
Signs of Immaturity
Host Of us are familiar with the expression
"mother-fixation." It is usually used to explain the
behavior of some grown-up person who is unduly de-
pendent upon his mothersomeone, that is, who has I
carried over into adult life feelings about his mother
that are more appropriate to childhood.
In some cases, the individual concerned may
not marry at all but stays with his mother, perpetu-
ating the childhood relationship as long as possible.
A slightly less obvious sign of such immaturity |
is in the behavior of the husband who continuail>
compares his wife's cooking unfavorably with his
mother's.
Less obvious, perhaps, is the man who marries
a woman with the unconscious desire that she dom-
inate him. so that he may remain as passive and as |
dependent as when he was a child.
Sometimes this moiher-fixation" is reflected in
the- husband's inability to have sexual intercourse
with bis wife, since he tend*, nncoi of course,
to identify his wife with his mother so that the whole
idea sexual relationships with any woman
become abhorent.
Again people who perpetually criticize and nas
their spouse- may often be seeking an ideal which
ed on their early feelings about one or both of |
their parents. In their unconscious search for an
unattainable ideal, such people may be unfaithful
to their spouses and in some cases make an unsuc-
cessful relationship with another partneror with a
succession of partners.
The Healthier Attitude
Brothers and sisters, if we have them, are al-
most as important in our lives as our parents. Our
early relationships with them also affect our later
behavior. One way in which this is evident is in
our attitude to our colleagues: wo tend to feel to-
wards them to some extent as we did towards our
brothers and sisters If we were the eldest in our
family, we may try to treat our colleagues in an
authoritative or protective way. We may. on the
other hand, see them as rivals for our parents' love
and spend our time competing with them.
If in childhood we did look on our brothers and
listen as rivals, we probably felt that parental
was unfairly disturbed, and that we did not get our
fair share of our parents' love. These feelings may
be reflected in later life in an unexplained and often
unnecessary jealousy of others. Where, however,
our childhood was spent in a cooperating, sharing
family group, a generous, cooperative attitude to-
w aids others is apt to characterize our outlook a-
we grow older It i- this healthier attitude and en-
vironment which tends to make a success of mar-
riage later on.
Air. K'.inq it available fer private marriage counseling
at the Hunt.'ngton Medical kldq.. in Miami
MIS. IDA WtSill
Mizrachi Women
Honor Member
Miami Beach chapter of Vi/r.'ihi
Women will sponsor a Bon Voyage
party in honor of Mrs. Ida Wessel,
who is leaving for an extended
tour of Europe and Israel.
Mrs. Wessel is a past president
of Mizrachi. She is on the esecu
tive board of the Jewish National
Fund, board member of the He-
brew Academy, and a life member
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
and Hadassah-
The party will be held Monday
noon. Mar. 14, at the Star restau-
rant.
Senior Citizens
Elect Officers
Two Senior Citizen (
Greater Miami Jewish (umm
Center conducted officer insti
tions last week, it was announ
by A. Budd Cutler, chairman.
AttheMiami Beach Bras
11 a rry"CeTHI%-3s*tnst a 1 li-cTa^T
ident, along with the following,
! ficers: First vice president. Jiti T
Mary Applebaum; second vi|
president, Mrs. Lena Mintzcs-l
treasurer. Louis Lieberman; setj
retary, Mrs. Anne Schester; fi.|
nancial secretary, Charles Langl
social secretary, Mrs Minnie RoT
sen; and sergeant at arms, Joseph!
Elman.
Lester E. Lewis is the newpr.|
ident of the Senior Citizens Cluil
at the North County Branch. Other!
off.cers installed with him wer|
president. Louis Langwal*!
reasurer, Mrs. Etta Semm
cording secretary'. Mrs. Ida Shea
man: social secretaries Mrs.
lia Rich and Mrs. Stella Frie
land.
In-t.-lling Officer for both club
was Efraim H. Gale, GMJCC ej
ecutive director.
Chapter Rummage Sale Her.
Robyn Tubin chapter of the CHr|
of Hope will hold a rummage sal
Saturday at Stevens Market,
NW 27th ave. Co-chairmen
Mrs. Al Amoroso, Mrs. Alb
Matz, and Mrs. Arthur Tubin. |
ceeds are for the Robya
Fund.
Gale Due at Convention
Efraim Gale, executive director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, will take part in
major workshops at the I960 bi-
ennial convention of the National
Jewish Welfare Board due Mar.
30 to Apr. 3 in St. Louis. Mo. Gale
will be consultant at a workshop
on "Approaches to Center Evalua-
tion and Planning."
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Friday. March 4. 1960

ORT to Celebrate
80th Anniversary
Chapters affiliated with t*e
Southeast Florida region of Wom-
en's American ORT were this
week joining in the worldwide cel-
ebration of the 80th anniversary
of the Organization for Rehabili-
tation Through Training.
Women's American ORT is cur-
rently contributing to the expan-
sion of ORT schools throughout
the world-schools designed to
give vocational training and a
chance for a new life to oppressed
or sub-marginal Jews who have
had no previous practical educa-
tion and who are starting up anew
in Israel and elsewhere.
Coral Gables chapter planned a
luncheon and card party Wednes-
day noon at the Pub restaurant.
Rabbi Samuel April, of Coral Way
Jewish Center, will be guest
speaker.
IORT Day in Miami i* proclaimed by Mayor Robert King High For the Greater Miami chapter,
las (left) Mrs. Estelle Tischler. president of the Southeast Florida Wl" ** a mee,in8 Mar. 8 at the
Ireg.on. and Mrs. Samuel Pollock, regional membership chair- !LU2fhoie\l.with Mrs- Harry
Iman look on. Rosenblatt, Southeast region vice
president, scheduled on "Journey
to Understanding." The award-
winning film, "Mellah," will also
be shown.
Miami Beach afternoon chapter
met Wednesday. 11 30 a.m.. for
brunch and a card party at the
home of Mrs. J. Sherbill. 1761
Cleveland rd. Mrs. S. Pollack was
guest speaker.
North Dade chapter met Wed-
nesday evening at the Balmoral
hotel for a fashion show and guest
speaker.
South Miami chapter marked its
early observance of ORT Day at
a meeting Feb 27 at the home
of Mrs. Willard Wohlegemuth.
Northwest chapter met Wednes-
day evening for tea at the home
of Mrs. Elinor Holman, 18620 NW
11th pi. Speaker was Mrs. Harry
Rosenblatt
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By order of Mayor Shepard Broad, of Bay Harbor Island 3.
Kane Concourse was ORT Concourse, and Broadview ter. wcs
t icon ORT. Left to nght are Mrs. Irving Tillis, president, Grect-
er Miami chapter. Mrs. Florence Kupperman and Mrs. Mar:-
aret Newman Steam, vice presidents. Southeast Florida regioi.
W
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Mayor D. Lee Powell signs a proclamation declaring Mar. 2
MtT Day in Miami Beach in honor of Women's American ORT
^Organization for Rehabilitation through Training world-
ride agency devoted to giving vocational education to im-
bvenshed and uprooted Jews. Left to right are Mrs. Samuel
losberg, vice president. Greater Miami chapter; Mrs. Irving
His. president. Greater Miami chapter: Mrs. Florence Kupper-
man, vice president. Southeast Florida region; Mrs. Harry
Dsenbatt, vice president, Southeast Florida region.
cialites Launch Art Show Here
In an exhibit opened Sunday
[students of artist-teacher Zena
kevrr. with a show of painting,
""ing and sculpture at 1108 Lin-
rd daily through Mar. 31,
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays
I Thursdays the gallery will re-
fn open until 9:30 p.m.
onated for the showing by
Federal Savings and Loan
n an unoccupied store has
i transformed into an attrac
gallery by a group of young!
frun students, many of whom
j leaders in local society.
Preview showing by invitation
only opened the exhibit with a
cocktail party Sunday.
Hostessing were the Mesdames
Maida Heatter Gimbel, Joyce
Friedland, Pearl Frankel and Suz-
anne Moss, all of whom are also
exhibitors.
Other exhibitors are Mesdames
Lauri Rutkin, Anna Wachman,
Lyra Haber. Frankie Waxenburg.
Irene Medalia. Helen Silverstein,
Sophie Frankel, Henrietta Tend
ler, Clara Rose, Estelle Lipkind.
Irene Schonzeit, Adele Proskauer
and Natalie Fine.
Masquerade Due
At Miami Hebrew
Pupils of both the Hebrew and'
religious school of the Miami He-
brew Congregation will have a
Purim masquerade assembly Sun-
day morning.
Two debates will feature the
program, and will revolve around
the theme of "Homantash or!
Doughnuts." A film entitled "The;
Story of Purim" will also be
shown, with narration by Rabbi
Herschell Saville.
Prizes for the best costume rep-
resenting the historic characters j
of Purim will be awarded by Mrs.!
William Weintraub. Appropriate,
holiday foods will be served by
Mrs. Robert Schweitzer, chairman!
of the board of education.
North Miami Beach Mayor Dan Diefenbach (center) proclaims
ORT Day in his city. Looking on are (left to right) Mrs. Narmcn
Morgenslem, president. North Dade chapter, and Mrs. ML-a
Damsker, chairman of the chapter's publicity.
Purim fete for Children
the North County Branch will also
participate in a masquerade pa :y.
That some morning, the three and
four-year-old children at the
Southwest Branch will present a
"Purim Shpiel."
The meaning of the Jewish holi-
day of Purim will be brought
home on a child's level next week
at all four nursery schools of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center. Taking the form of a cir Rabbi Skop to Speak
cus, the holiday observance at the
Beach Branch will be presented
Wednesday morning, with children
dressed in the costumes of Queen
Esther, Mordecai and others. A
masked party will follow the cir-
cus.
On Friday morning, children at, minister.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop, of Tem-
ple Judea, Coral Gables, will ad-
dress the Adult Forum of the First
Unitarian Church of Miami, 46 SW
29th rd., Sunday morning on "Tiie
Discriminating Mind and Discrim-
ination." Rev. Robert W. Sone i u
WASHINGTON
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FEATURES
Joint Meeting
At Temple Sinai
Annual meeting of Sisterhood of
Temple Sinai, to which members
of the Brotherhood are invited,
will be held at the Temple Wed
nesday evening.
Mrs. Lois Bergert, vice presi-
dent in charge of programs, an-
nounces that Judge Gene Wil-
liams will be guest speaker.
In the five years he has served
as Judge of the Criminal Court of
Records, Judge Williams has
heard over 10.000 cases.
Traditional Purim refreshments
will be served following the meet-
ing.
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Or. WoHsom m Lecture
Seventh lecture in a series on
Art of Happy Living" will be giv-
en by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Wed-
nesday. 8 p.m.. at the Spinoza Out-
door Forum. 11th st. and Ocean
Ct. Topic is "Food and Life." The
same lecture will be repeated at
the Blackstone hotel Friday at
8:30 p.m.
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Friday, March {, ij

Miami's Pioneer Women give their whole- cies. Host Pacesetters of the CJA event (left to
hearted support to the 1960 Combined Jewish right) are Oscar Zeltzer, Mrs. Isaac Pushkin
Appeal by devoting their entire meeting to the Mrs. Zeltzer, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham rox. and
work of CIA's worldwide beneficiary agen- Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dobschultz._______________
Emma Lazarus Federation of Jewish Women's
Clubs present 28 volumes of Sholem Aleichem
in Yiddish to Oscar C. Evorhart. librarian at
the Miami Beach Public Library. Left to right
axe Mesdames Kasper Soper, donor of the
books, I. Miller, Ann Sorfran, Sam Zuckerman,
Jack Feldman. Mania Poll. Rose Gertz, Sylvia
Shandoltf. S. Kleiman, Hyman Davis, L. Ray,
and M. Lenches.
Women Donate Books to Library
Women of Year1
Give Added Aid
A dessert coffee will introduce
Miami's -Women of the Year' to
the community on Tuesday, it has
been announced by Mrs Anna
Brenner Meyers, Women Divi-
sion chairman of the Combined
.Jouish Appeal.
The meeting will be held at 1
p.m. in the home of Mrs. Sheldon
Kay, 251 Shore dr., E., in Bay
Heights, Miami.
Coordinating the -Women of the
Year" coffees throunhout Hade
county as general solicit.it.on
chairman is Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz,
who visited Israel last year as a
member of the UJA Overseas
Study Mission, and who has been
active in local and national Jew-
ish affairs for many years.
Mrs. Meyers commended mem-
bers of women's organizations
who have shown active interest in
this year's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
"The women of Dade county re-'
alize that giving is a personal re
sponsibility for each one of them, i
as individuals. In making their!
own pledge to CJA, separate and
apart from their husbands, they
are saying I care too,'" Mrs.
Meyers explained.
She pointed out that sub-stand-
ard and dependent living in Israel
is seriously affecting immigrant
families. Decent housing is needed i
for more than 60.000 still existing
in canvas and tin huts of immi-
grant shanty towns.
"A gift to CJA buys priceless j
aid at low cost." Mrs. Meyers told
the workers committee planning
the "Women of the Year" event.
$231 is the average per capita cost
of complete services given an im-;
migrant to Israel, including trans- j
portation from port to settlement,
a 10-day ration supply, and pocket
money.
Mrs. Meyers called upon all wo-
men to do their share in meeting
I the minimal needs of Miami's!
families, as well as those overseas
! and in Israel.
MKS. SHUD0H KAr
Talent Galore
At CP Telethon
Telethon officials thi- *eek
leased a long list of enter
who will donate their
the United Cerebral Palsy
thon this weekend.
Telecast through the facil
of WCKT, ch. 7, the ninth an
show will be held at Miami
Auditorium beginning at 9 31
on Saturday, and continu> th
2 p.m., the following day.
Expected to be present du
the evening will be Rev. Fa
John E. Culmer and Rabbi
ing Lehrman.
This year the Tele'hin
again be emceed by Dcnr..- Jan
and Gloria DeHaven.
JQirtks in The Miami Beach Public Library and the Battle for Human Rights."
struck a bonanza last week when by Yuri Suhl, publication of which
it received as a gift a complete set was originally sponsored by the! Recent births at Mt. Sinai Hos-
of 28 volumes in Yiddish by the'Emma Lazarus Federation. The pital include the following:
great humorist. Sholom Aleichem, volume was donated this time to Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
two books of poems and a book on commemorate the 40th year since ard Roth Feb. 23.
human rights. \ women won the vote. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Presented by Mrs. Kasper C. So-i The poems comprised a copy of Jnplll,f bl* Fc.b i?
tantt
Hilary Gilbert Feb. 15.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Barton Goldberg Feb. 15.
Branch School
To Play Host
Temple Emanu-El's nc> bra
school at 77th st. and Dickens in
will open Sunday to Temple
agers.
Youth breakfast, usually held 1
the Temple on Washing* in an
will take place this week at
auditorium of the branr'i sc
Some 80 boys and gtrli atW
these breakfasts weekly, wk
feature talks by noted speatad
Nursery and Sunday school cb
es started in the new school
eral weeks ago.
per on behalf of the Miami Beach Mrs. Ann Salran's verses, present-
chapter of the Emma Lazarus Fed ed in the name of the Federation,
eration of Jewish Women's Clubs, i and a volume of poetry by her sis- ]
this was the second gift of Alei- ter, Broche Stolovy.
(hem works from the women's
group.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
| Samuel Adler Feb. 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Eman-
I uel Latimer Feb. 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
Librarian Oscar C. Everhart ac-' ton Oilman Feb. 22.
cepted the books on behalf of the' Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Headed by Mrs. Jack Feldman,. library. Others among the many Donald Schwartz Feb. 20.
president, the chapter women also women present included Mrs. Rose Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
presented the municipal library Gertz and Mrs. Mania Poll, cul- Dixon Feb 20
with a copy of Ernestine Rose tural directors, and Miss Sylvia Son born to Mr. and Mrs Irving
Shandloff, a past president of the Wilson Feb. 19.
chapter Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Zobler Feb. 18.
Son born to Dr. and Mrs. Burton
Levin Feb. 18.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. James
Lcvine Feb. 18.
leted plans for its Punm Carnival' c^n^FTb^n"'" "* "* *""*
M.dr Bn""frm ^ S ? ^"^ Dauhter *"" to Mr and Mrs.
Mar. 13, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. Marc Kahn Feb ,7
Lunch will be served following Daughter born to Rabbi and
the Punm assembly and costume Mrs. Max Lipschitz Feb 16
parade on Sunday morning at the Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Temple. Prizes for the costumes I Joseph Pender Feb 16
. will be awarded by the PTA to the Daughter born to Mr and Mrs
, religious school children.
Pupils will be assembled at 10
Purim Carnival
At Temple Judea
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a.m. to watch the Rabbinical
Asm. television program, "The
Still Small Voice," on ch. 7, during
which Rabbi Morris Skop, Cantor
Herman Gottlieb. Benjamin Udoff,
education director, and the Tem-
ple Judea children's chorus will
present a Purim broadcast.
Bazaar booths, games and a
teenage "bop dance" will be the
feature of the afternoon. Proceeds
will be used to complete the furn-
ishing of the Temple's classrooms.
Rabbi Rosenberg on TV
Still Small Voice." television'
program of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.. featured Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David
Congregation, on Sunday over
WCKT ch. 7.
THE UNITED KASHRUS
ASSOCIATION
of Greater Miami, Inc.
Announces That We
HAVE WITHDRAWN
SUPERVISION
from
MALTER'S
Sunshine Meat
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436 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach
Yeshiva and Mesifta
Torah Vodaath
invites yov to offend
A TESTIMONIAL DINNER
in honor of fhe
BIENENFELD FAMILY
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Friday. March 4. 1960
Some Wardrobe Hints
For Tourists to Israel
*JewistifhfMian
By RAY BINDER
, iawnh Floridian lml
Correspondent
TEL AVIVScarcely a day pass-
es without letters from friends
and family in the States and, most
important, a good percentage of
Ihese advising us of expected visits
,,, [srael in the near future, I am
happy to receive these letters with
requests for advice on what to ex-
ped and what to bring. So, I have
decided to answer these many let-
ins with one for all .
Dear Friends:
\\;,s delighted to hear from you,
especially that you are planning
a winter visit to Israel. It is a won-
derful time to come. Your request
for advice was flattering, more so
because I know it is a real one, so
[l will take advantage of this and
go "iiill -steam ahead."
Before 1 advise, I will describe
the u tather, so that you will un-
derstand why I suggest certain
[clothing March is marked by days
[of varied weathercold, occasion-
al ram and interspersed with days
[of beautiful sunshine and moder-
[ate temperatures. Ohe day you
[can go about with just a sweater
Hhe next day clad in warm dress
land coat. 1 might say our weath-
er i- comparative with Miami
tithes.
1 know you will think that I am1
emu txtremely conservative in I
ny suggestion*, but bring only!
vital I list, and you will thank me.'
first, .-tick to drip-dry skirts, or-J
sweater sets (two of each are;
nore than enough), one pair of
heeled shoes (I do not recom-,
nend flats, as the transition to
high he< Is after a full day of sight- '
seem, will be too much of a strain
cm your leg muscles), and one pair'
t>t high heel shoesafter a day of :
sightseeing you will not even both
to put them on.
Include on the clothing list one
tailored suit and one dressy outfit.
Important is a raincoat with a
|inmi>. do not bring one of the
plastic folding kinds, as they are
not practicable or suitable in a
heavy rain. I suggest a raincoat
with a lining so that it can be used
Is a coat; this saves space and
Overweight on the plane. For yourl
better half, I have even a smaller j
ist. which I am sure will not make
him unhappy: two drip-dry white
shin>. i ne warm sweater, drip-dry!
kuit dnpdry slacks, good walking
Mioes. dress pair of shoes, also a
Raincoat with lining.
I also suggest an umbrellaif
oss.bit the folding typeto keep
hand, ready for one of those
>neg Shobbcl Friday Eve
Oner Shabbat f the David Pln-
(i Folk-chol took place hist Pri-
evening at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Ben Yoraen.
unexpected sunny showers. As for
underwear and pg's, bring as little
as possible. Another important
fact: it is completely unnecessary
to bring an extra supply of cos-
metics, toilet goods or coffee. We
have everything here. It may be
a bit higher, but no more so than
having the extra charges, extra
bulky bundles and the nuisance of
packing more than you need.
The question. "Why has she giv-
en me such a slim list to bring,"
must be on your mind at this
point. Well. I must confess, there
are reasons: First, to save you
payment of overweight on bag-
gage for unnecessary articles;
second, you must always have ex-
tra space to bring packages from
other people for other people; and
third, going home you must have
room to pack all the lovely things
you will buy here.
As to bringing gifts for family
here. It sounds mercenary, but
money is the best gift, in two ways.
You can get them what they need,
and the money will be spent here.
Also, cigarettes are always in de-
mand, but there is an official lim-
it, so you are held down to a mini-
mum. For yourself, save that an-
niversary gift, as Israel boasts the
most beautiful knitted women's
clothing, coats, sweaters and jew-
elry.
Keep all the "Regards to so-and-
so" listed in a book, alphabetically
and according to the city in which
they are to be given. Then on your
arrival here, send postcards to all
these folks, telling them what ho-
tel you will be at, and when you
will be in their city. This will save
you time, energy and enable you
to do these favors for your friends
in the States. I usually suggest
that you put aside one evening or
one afternoon in each of the big
cities for visits necessitated by
these "regards." Your conscience
will be clear, and you will have
done your "mitzvah."
As Ever,
RAY
Children's Work
Going on View
When the exhibit of paintings by
children of Fujisawa. Japan, takes
place here Mar. 14 to 30 at the
Miami Beach Art Center, 2100 Col-
lins ave., the four Miami Beach
garden clubs will help to create
the right oriental atmosphere.
Flower arrangements, either in
pure Japanese style or with a Jap-
anese feeling, will be shown by
Miami Beach, Tropical, Mt. Sinai
and Palm Hibiscus Star Island
Garden Clubs.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments for the show includes Mrs.
Reyna Youngerman. Miami Beach
painter, Mr. Seymour Waldman,
and Mrs. Kenneth Oka.
Page 7 Mrs. Milton Mannheimer, one of the three judges, studies the
exhibit of a miniature oil tower done by Robert Galbut, seventh
grade Hebrew Academy student, at the Science Far held last
Wednesday.
Winners Listed
In Science Fair
Twelve Hebrew Academy stu-
dents were selected as winners In
the first Science Fair of the
school's Junior High Department
held last Wednesday. More than
150 parents viewed the science ex-
hibits in the school's auditorium.
The exhibits covered the field of
science from psychology to ballis-
tics.
Judges were Dr. Marvin (boos,
Dr. Donald Kass and Mrs. Milton
Mannheimer. Exhibits were rated
on science content, organization,
originality, presentation and neat-
ness.
Top three winners were: Ninth
grade, .Stewart Werner, compar-
ative study of the nervous system
of different animals; eighth
grade, David Luchins, the rela-
tions!-ip between the tempera-
ture and volume of a gas at con-
stant pressure; seventh grade,
Miriam Weiss, study of the heart,
factors affecting the heart rate,
and comparative structure of
veterbrae hearts.
Other winners were: ninth grade,
Elliott Bachman, Leslie Fuchs,
Gerald Aranoff; eighth grade, Ja-
cob Farber, Sidney Strapcher, Joel
Kornreich; seventh grade, Carol
Esterman, Frances Greenberg,
Thomas Goldring.
Honorable mention went to Heidi
Penchaneky, Joel Solkoff, Jacque-
line Wohlfarth. Robert Galbut. Mi-
chael Genet, Tony Temple, Ber-
nard Zyss, Robin Dickman, Mar-
lene Williams. Sandy Lipman. Skip
py Kramer, Howard Wolf, Abra-
ham Laeser, Ronald Deblinger,
Ivan Esterman, Myron Zasela and
Trudy Gertler.
Winners will be eligible to enter
the Dade County Science Fair to
be held Mar. 16 in Dinner Key
Auditorium.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick. Greater Miami Israel Bond leaders,
were hosts at a cocktail reception in their home last week lor
Col. Shlomo Lahat (center), executive officer of Israel's Air
Force. Guests were Miami and national Israel Bond leaders
attending the international inaugural conference for Israel
Bonds at Fontainebleau hotel.
Democratic Club
Installs Officers
Annual installation of officers ot
the Democratic Club ot Miami
Beach will be held Saturday eve-
ning at the Saxony hotel. State
treasurer and insurance commis-
sioner J. Edwin Larson will be in-
stalling officer.
To be installed are Wally Gluck,
president; Harry Levy, executive?
member; Louis B. Hoberman, Jul-
ius J. Perlmutter, vice presidents;
Samuel Resnick, treasurer; Jack
DuBin, Frances Rossman, Milton
Schwartz, secretaries; Jacob
Fischman, sergeant-at-arms.
Board of directors are Dr. Sam-
uel Gluck, Chuck Hall. Nat Po-
tamkin. Dr. Abraham Nemser, Jo-
seph Elman, Jacob Fischman,
Marvin D. Plissman, Albert Sirks,
Ben DuBin and Sam Fox.
The affair will feature a dinner*
dance in the Ocean Terrace room.
U. S. Sen. Spessard Holland will
be among the guests.
Retiring?
Bring in Proof
Miami Social Security office has
some good advice for people who
plan to retire in February or
March and apply for Social Secu-
rity benefits.
To speed the payment of your
first retirement check, bring the
necessary proofs with you the first
time you come in to file a claim
for benefits." Marshall Wise, dis-
trict manager, said Wednesday.
A person applying for retirement
benefits needs to submit proof of
age and of his or her earnings for
1959. he explained. "The first
three months of the year are usu-
ally the peak time for retirement
applications," Wise said. "People
can help us during this rush pe
riod. and at the same time avoid
delays in getting their first pay-
ments by having the proofs with
them when they come to the Social
Security office."
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Moy 3rd Reran My 4thiS Days
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^"cation director. Looking on are members of the student
Alumnae Schedule Meeting
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of
Greater Miami were to meet on I
Thursday evening at the home of
Mrs. Joey Kamp, 1534 Ancona ave.,
Coral Gables.
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Casablanca
Tangier
Gibraltar
Majorca
Barcelona
Cannes
Genoa
Venice
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Cyprus
Haifa
Tel Aviv
Jerusalem
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Friday, March
Gons. Wolf
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Cans, of
6475 Pine Tree dr. Circle, annonm< |
the engagement of Ihcir daughter,'
Harriet Elsie, to Donald Bruce
Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Wolf, of Springfield, Ma
The bride elect is a Graduate of
Miami Beach High School, where
she was president of Anchor Club.
Future Teachers of America, and
National Forensic League. Past
president of Jays B'nai B'nth
Girls, she will receive her degree
In education this August from Bos-
ton University. She ia a member
of Delta Phi Epsilon social soror-
ity.
Mr. Wolf received
from the University
Youth Urge Closer
Parental Ties Now
Shores Conference
and Youth, sponsor
tional Council of Ji
was held Wedi
Country Club
Dr. iieiea Ktimnns
and lecturer in orientation"*"
University of Miami, a. ted as mm I
crator for the panel n| four'
school students.
Bill Ullman, ol \ rih w
'y thefl
'I WestT*
educa]
.\r imoi
MISS HARRIET CAMS
Wellman, Lynne
Betrothal Told
Mr~. Harriet Wellman. of 1031
West ave.. announces the engage-
meot of her daughter, Judith El-
len, to Charles Michael Lynne. son
ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynne, 911
3rd It.
Miss Wellman. who is a gradu-
ate of Miami Beach Senior High
il. attended the Daylona
Beach Junior College and is now
a -tudent at Florida College of
Medical Technology. She i> the
ecc of Judge Lewis M. Schott.
former director of the Florida
State Beverage Commission.
Mr. Lynne, also a graduate of
Miani Beach Senior High School,
is now attending the University
of Miami, and will enter the Uni-
versity of Miami school of medi-
< 'i in September. No wedding
date has been set.
High, School, said that narents n
Left to riqht are Miss Judy Gordon, member of National Honor responsible for their children1, ,
Society at Edison High School; Mrs. James Rodenberg, vice hnquency while oth-r pan*
r cTveSSt moWndhRWORubein. Stai Divis10n. I^^c* ** child-,, ,
His social fraternity is Tau Epsi- of Jewish Women; Jerome Bill Ullman. member. National Hon- ymlle ^^
Ion Phi. He is in business in or Society at North Miami High School. They re planninq the
Springfield. panel discussion on Children and Youth held Wednesday at
The couple are planning to be Westview Country Club. ^__
married Aug. 7 at the Diplomat -------------------------------------------------
hotel.
r-ducing jj
Charm Course at Beach "Y" SubitlS Reveal
Gayle Carson, of the Charm Poijlci S Troth
Modeling School and Agency of ---------*
Coral Gables, will conduct an Plans for a June wedding are hip" betweent parent and d
eight-week charm course for teen-', being made by Paula L. Subin and rcn js considerably more
big step
uencv
Marian Ueothals. c\ nangt
dent from Holland n -,tten
North Miami High School,
she found the youth crime
considerably 'higher hi re than ti
her own country.
All students agree i that J
warm and sympathel.* relatia
agers at the Miami Beach YMHA Harold Barr.
beginning Thursday night at 7
p.m. The sessions will feature such
subjects as wardrobing. diet.
weight control, cosmetics, social,
vocal and visual poise. The Beach
Y," at 1536 Bay rd., is one of four
branches of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
a rdjmoi I'lii'i"
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Local TV Show
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A locally-produced children's
show, aired twice weekly on edu-
cational ch. 2, may become i na-
tionally-televised feature next fall.
"Tiny Town," a creation of Mrs
Jeanne (Peter) Wolf, is being con-
sidered by the National Education-
al Television network for inclusion
in its programming for the 1960-61
school year.
tant than material gift- mven!
A graduate of tne parents to compensate
Miami Beach time spent away from hildrw.^
High School and No ftuden, feU ,na, Ul,rk
the I nivers.ty of a hlnderanc*. to furth,, (,|ucati(
Miami, Miss Su-
All four panelists are honor
MISS SURIH
bin also attended dents and hlw al, M h
Sarah Lawrence (lme of fuiMime summer jobs.
Co R* Steve Hill of Edison Huh Sea
She is the said that he expected te. workj
daughter of Mrs. order to help him final re his i
Benjamin Subin, |ege education, and Jud> Gon
5900 Pine Tree of Miami High School. consM
dr.. Miami the experience acquired
Beach, and the working "a necessary part
late Mr. Subin. well rounded education
Her fiance was
also graduated
from Miami
Beach High. Son
of the Leooard
Barrs. 4400 Sher-
idan ave., Miami Beach, he re-
Mrs. Wolf is wife of Peter Wolf,i ceived his AB degree from North-
resident manager here for Sutro' western University.
Bros, and Co., stockbrokers, and
daughter of Joe Hart, former res-;
taurateur and now owner of the
Castaways motel.
Kiss Israel to be Seen
Miriam Hadar. Miss l-rael
1959, will make one of her
appearances in this part of
nation as guest of honor at
Combined Jewish Appeal
Girls" luncheon on Mar. 22.
Purim Festival Scheduled
"To Thee I Sing," a narrative
cantata composed by Ben Yomen,
will have its premiere perform-
ance on Mar. 13, when the Miami
Beach Community Singers present
their annual Purim Festival at the
Beach Auditorium. Singing the
lead roles will be Cantor Jacob
Barken and dramatic soprano
Rose Rosamond. "Queen Esther,"
a musical narrative in costume,
completes the bill, which will be
directed by Al Hurwitz. with piano
accompaniment by Mrs. Ben Yo-
men.
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Friday. March 4, 1960
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CLaith THE international premiere of
-Nrael Fashions, U.S.A.,"
L-jn h,!: Friday afternoon in the
I I Mllroom of the Fontaine-
bleaii hotel. The luncheon and
fashion show were sponsored by
tin National Women's Division,
I St.it. "f Israel Bonds.
Delegates were welcomed to
I Miami by Mrs. Max Weitz, chair-
man of the Greater Miami Worn-
Ion- Division. For this occasion
[she wore an oyster white-colored
Liml -..hardine sheath with the
Hull kimona sleeve. Her neckline
v is softly cowled, and she chose
|a cashmere sweater-completely
|co\er Uencon lace. Her hat was of
ihilc lur fabric and white satin.
Mi- Jan Peerce, national chair-
I < the Women's Division,
a white silk shantung
(hca'h with a deep-douched hat,
Featuring a moss green Italian
ttr.m basket weave with a jade
ereen \civet trim. She enjoys
tolled in a pearls, and for this
tceasu elected a 60-inch strint*
bf bai-que pearls, fastened with
jade clasp.
Shi also likes to add gold
chain- :o her pearls, and wore a
: rope in the Chanel style.
Mr- .1 Louis Freibrun, nation
spon-or chairman, gave her
|alk drtssed in a blue, green and
irhitc print of polished cotton.
Irs. Miriam Fineman. national
director of the Women's Division,
elected a marbelized print of
blue, green and white on tissue
sheer viole. Small pres-eil pleats
flowed into a full skirt, and her
contoured belt was of teal blue.
The fashion show was coordin
ated by Jordan Marsh, who have
done so much to promote resort
fashions in this area.
*
jLJAROLD Bosworth. executive
"vice president of Jordan
Marsh, presented Awards of
Merit to the ten American de-
signers who participated in the
collection, supplementing the
store's annual American Resort
Designer Award with these merit
plaques.
Bosworth also presented an
Award of Merit plaque to Hon.
Pinchas Saphir, Minister of Trade
and Industry for Israel, as ack-
nowlegement approval of the co-
operation and encouragement ex-
tended to the people of Israel
who work to develop the textile
and fashion industries.
Among other local Miamians
was Mrs. Samuel Oritt. For the
luncheon, she chose a charcoal-
colored sheath of silk and wool
blend. Her neckline was a low V,
emphasized with a large pearl
grey button, and her dress had
three-quarter length sleeves. She
also wore a small black velvet
head band with veiling as a hat.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers se-
lected a black-and-white checked
costume ensemble. Her tailored
jacket featured a semi-peaked
collar and bracelet-length sleeves.
Silk was the fabric chosen by
both Mrs. Jack Katzman and
Mrs. Jack Popick. Mrs. Katz
man i dftaa was a black silk
faille sheath, with a small side
pouf trimmed with French fringe
Mrs. Popick chose a silk shirt-
waist, outstanding with its guh
and black medallion print.
* .
MRS. Samuel Shapiro wore a
Mack Russian broadtail jac
ket with mink collar over a black
and white marbelized silk print
sheath.
Mrs, Louis Glasser wore an-
other of her famous large hatsa
gold Italian straw with a contour-
ed brim and trimmed in multi
colored flowers. Her dress was
a silk sheath, printed with splash-
es of vivid colored flowers.
Keynote speaker was Mrs.
Avraham Harman, wife of Is-
rael's Ambassador to the United
States. Her silk sheath was print
ed in black and gold polka dots
and had a black silk cummer-
bund. She wort a gold fur fabric-
hat. Her most unusual pearl
necklace was shaped in a hand-
filigree gold collar, with the
pearls set into a row in the cen-
ter of the collar.
A surprise, and most welcome
guest, was opera star. Rise Ste-
vens. Her quilted theatre coat
was from Venice, and was a silk
brocade of black and coffee, fea-
turing a high-looped closing at ,
the neckline. Her three-piece I
suit was a black silk with a white
chiffon blouse. Her only acces,i
sory jewelry was a large antique
French brooch of blue enamel
with a diamond-studded floral de-
sign, and a scrolled gold border.
* >
JWESTVIEW Country Club is
" having another in its series
of formal dinner dances and fas-
hion shows Saturday night. Gowns
to be shown are from the Allyn \
Jabaly collection, with men's
fashions by Jules Gillette. Furs
will be by Adrian Thai, and coif-
fures by J. Baldi. The fashion >
show will be coordinated and |
commentated by your colmunist.
Two pretty Israeli housewives, living in New York, get first
crack at these hefty Israel-grown cabbages just unloaded from
the SS Zion of the Zim Lines at her Brooklyn pier. The girls
(left to right) are Mrs. Riva Padan and Mrs. Yona Alduby. The
shipment, consisting of over 4.900 cases, is the first fresh farm
produce from Israel ever sent to the U.S.A. The consignee is
Sol Whiteman, of Cheltenham, Pa., who plans to market the
Israeli shipment in New York, New England, and Pennsyl-
vania.
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Friday. March 4,
Newly-elected officers of the South Florida Council of B'nai
B'xith Lodges plan programs for the year ahead. Seated (left
to right) are Charles Seiavitch, past president; Frank Kersh-
ner, president-elect; Jack Fink, president. Standing (left to
right) are Edward A. Stern, treasurer; and Jules Israel, Moe
Finegold and Sidney Palmer, vice presidents.
Howard Seeks
Surf side Post
Surf side Councilman Lee Howard
has announced his candidacy for
reelection to Surfside Town Coun-
cil. The election will be held Mar.
15.
Howard was elected assistant
mayor in 1956 and held that posi-
tion until 1958. when he assumed
th< post of councilman. Howard
ports to the following progress
made by Surfside:
"The inadequate 25-yeer-old
town hall was sold, and its pro-
ceeds built the beautiful and ef-
ficient building which now
Reuses Surfside's Town Hall, Firo
Haiti Fir* and Police Depart-
ments. White-way street light-
ing was installed on Harding ave.
' The water system, long plagued
w.ih construc'ion problems, is now
fully operating and provides ade
town. The Police Department was
increased and now holds a posi-
tion of efficiency which has won it
Vocalists to Appear
At Music Festival
Two vocalists have been added
to the program planned by the Mi-
ami Beach Civic Orchestra as the
community wide observance of the
I960 Jewish Music FestivaJ. SaJwa,
Merrige Abrams. mezzo-soprano,
and Cantor Jacob Bomstein, bass-
baritone, of Temple Israel, will
join the orchestra in a program of
classical and modern selections in
the Jewish idiom.
Under the joint sponsorship of.
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, Cantors' Assn. of
Greater Miami, and the Civic Or-
chestra, this concert will take
, place Sunday evening at the Miami
i Beach Municipal Auditorium. The
public is welcome without charge.
Orchestral selections will in-
clude "Balak and Balaam," an
overture to a Biblical thome, by
Hugo Adlor; Marc Lavry's "Suit*
of Israeli Dances;" "Hebrew
Suite," by Julius Chajes; and
"Throe Chassidic Dances." by
Home Contest "
_jg___UMnHtmn Mrs. Abrams will present the
tntneS IV!OlinTinJ |third movement of Leonard Bern
Entries in General Develop ste i n' s m*2**rjffG!5
ments giant homeand-job contest. "Two Hebrew Melodies; by_Ra,el
continued to roll in this week as and Palest.nian Nights, by Cha-
hundreds of residents and Florida jes-Piket. Selections to be per-
visitors appeared in corporation formed by Cantor Bernstein jn-
offices throughout the state seek- j elude excerpts from Mendelssohn s
ing to win one of the 23 prizes of I "Elijah" and "Ki Mi-Tsion, by
fered. | Pugatchov Helfman.
An unofficial count showed that, Mrs. Abrams has performed with
close to 20.000 entries had been ] ine University of Miami Symphony
deposited in General Development: and the Ft. Lauderdale Symphony,
offices since the contest opened a well as with the Miami Beach
two weeks ago. The winner will civic Orchestra. Cantor Bornstein
be announced at the close of the has served with Temple Israel of
contest Apr. 17. Greater Miami for the past eight
_. ... years, and is past preseident of
First pr.xe I. a home and lot AssQ md a member
*** *-.*$* of the national board of the Amer-
ican Conference of Cantors.
SAW A ABRAMS
Ut HOrVAID
valued
worth of Florida-mode furnish
ings. With the first prize goes a
job guaranteed for one year at
$100 a week. The house will bo
located on an improved lot at the
winner's choice of five Genera I
Development communities such
at Port Charlotte, Port St Lu-
cie. Port Malabar, Ver Beach
Highlands, Pompano Beach High-
lands and Sebastian Highlands.
An 80 by 125 ft. homesite valued
at $995 is the second prize in the
contest. Each third prize winner
will receive a Frigidaire Mobile
Dishwasher which requires no ex-
The orchestra will be conducted
by Barnett Breeskin, and narration
provided by Judge Kenneth Oka.
; Cantor David Conviser has served
; as festival program coordinator,
and Joseph Masters as festival
chairman.
I
CANTO* JACOB B0NSTH"
Function Will
Honor Tolush
A literary-musical event Monday
statewide safety recognition. The j dustry which are touring the Uni- pensive installation. j evening will honor noted Yiddish
I Harbor bridge walk-way was ted States under the sponsorship. Entry blanks and rules for the'nove,'8t Iser Tolush 'Tiie function
Constructed hich provides safer of the Henry Ford Museum and contest entitled "Walk into t wiu ne'd at ,ne Hibiscus Ma-
facilities for those children who Greenfield Village. whole ^ u(e ^ obUlned ">nic Temple.
Harbor Elementary Howard is married has three at General Development's com- Tolush has been a Miami Beach
. ... son.s and resldei,iat ^.fcBay,.. munities or at ten branch offices resident for the past 20 years. In
. community progress. tt^x B^As%^\lW%nTZ 'SZ^Su^B^' hSwoo^ HfllX T* T^ ^
llage rate of Surfs e has bee, Advertisers >ub,ic Re | 5S-X^^^ ^X'n^rtl Scions!
including dailies.
ScbooL"
According
n.
Breakfast Meeting Sc
Philip Ayre Unit of the Won
Corps of the Cancer lnvtmrt|
Miami will hold a breakfast
ing at Maisel's restaurant on I
day. Program will include
election of officers. The group \
cently sponsored a brunch, pa"
and swim party at the home I
Mrs. Ben Lynn.
Fort
decreased year after year, and at, tions Society of America, National Beach D,vton, Beach Jackson
the present time Surfside has one Education Assn.. National PubUc S Orl-ndo S.lve^Springs and
of the lowest millage rates in the Relations Assn., Historical Assn TamDa P g
enure state." I of Southern Florida. Surfside Civic !_____________
Howard is president of Lee How- Assn.. Surfside-Bal Harbour-Bay a* a
arc! Advertising Company. Inc.. Harbor Chamber of Commerce, KOHiail COlOHel
and Lee Howard Associates, Inc., Miami Beach Chamber of Com-1 _> _,
H, is also national director of merce. Bayshore Exchange Club.' SlOTTS SOtlirdGV
Siboolroom Progress U.S.A. and Temple Sinai, B'nai B'nth. Men's | f
Ma*n Street U.S.A.. the two "Free
dem Trauis" of education and in-
Dr. Isaac Untorman, noted
Talmwdist and author, will pro-
side at the function. Dr. Nathan-
iel Soroff, consultant to the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, will
discuss Tolush's many works.
Dscussion Out of Library
"Love) Hate and the *
i Novel" will be discussed zt
Miami Public Library Mar. Mj
; Sally B. Thompson, author of
Keener Love." a first novel,
I Dr. Jack A. Kapchan. aidr
professor of psychology M
University of Miami.
Cancer League and Florida State
Chamber of Commerce.
Roman Colonel, the colt who is
undefeated in Florida and who t^ZZLZTSTL.J ,?T ""
has won his last four starts ov.r.,riCte,'^^0S?,s- wr"'ngS'
the Gulfstream Park oval in the *, J"!*1*? Goldbcr' "n chr
last two seasons, will make hw f reservat,ons- *'" offer greet
first 1960 route appearance here
ings.
Business Leaders On Committee
A group of prominent .oca, bus.- Richter, Herman Rubin and Wil- SaSaV" ** "* "*. 'j Jbf^fi. ffJEM
Etit: ss^ri^.Uam Schneer LrtrT w **J-from sgolem AtaSS
mittM of a special luncheon spon- Furniture TradeA. J Alexan- dles ">e son of Kentucky Colonel-
acred by the Department Stores der- Harold Davis and Theodore J. Roman Grace for the Silver Creek
and Mercantile Division of the 1960 Goldstein. Aaron Euster. Martin Farm, said that Roman Colonel
Combined Jewish Appeal i Feinman. Sam Mack, l^onard Mur- \ was to run in the seven furlong
Tie luncheon event will be held ra?" Lou PriUkin- Harr> Ri<* Da- Palm Beach Handicap at Hialeah
2 TerracTrrrofTh'e D52 *****> ** George Wol- a^then stretch^s_charge to the
Plaza.hotel on Tuesday noon. Mar.
15. according to campaign vice Department and Retail
mile and seventy-yard distance in
the Magic Citv
hert H. Darnels, pre Trade-Harry 1. K.tz. Sai/MuY forces Tver rheTa^couple'of
of Burdines Stores, and Rob- son. Martin Palmer and Stewart seasons have beer ,t snrinZ h,!
ert H. Macht. president of Jordan Sunness. D*en al sPr,nllnR dis-
Marsh and Company. They head
the CJA Mercantile Division, which
includes department and- retail
stoies, needle trades, jewelry and
furniture trades.
New Members Announced
tances. he has been a winner at a
mile and a sixteenth, and Kelley
anticipates no trouble for his coil
because of the route.
Roman Colonel is currently on
New members for the Miami
Beach Taxpayers' Assn. have been a winning streak of'VvVn'TraighT
announced by Allan Goldberg, aen-, and the last four of these victories
eral membership chairman They all in stakes, have been in Florida
include Charles B. Breslow. Al this winter. The string started in
Goldman. Alfred D. Gottlieb, Louis the second division of the Hurr
Hirsch. Harold Hirschfield. Sam- cane Handicap at Tropical M
uel Katz. Rudolph H. Kay. Dr. Then he won the City of Coral Ga
Irving Lehrman, Daniel Levine. bles and the New Year's hanrii
1 welry Trade Sig Eisenberg. Julius Rosenstein. Abraham San- caps there, and followed these
Abe and Martin King. Julius New- kin. Sam Sterling. Ralph at. Weis- with a score in the Roval Pom
bauer. MorrLs Rabinowitt, Joseph bard, and Theodore A. Zalles. ana at Hialeah.
Members of the arrangements
cemmittee re, Needle* Trade
James N. Kahn, Sam Kantor,
Alex Schnoidman, John Sorbin.
Leonard Teichor and Mel War-
shaw.
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-JewistncrlaUagy
NO TAKERS -
JUDGE CYPEN WINS
Dad* County Circuit Court
Judge Irving Cyu> Witjii
day automatically returned to
office for a six yoar form.
No potential opponent* had
tossed their Hat in the ring
by the close of Tuesday, which
marked the final date for
qualifying in this race. Judge
Cypen was appointed to the
bench by Gov. Collins.
Dentists to Play
|Golf for CJA
Dentists of Dade county have
Ibern invited to a breakfast and
Lolf tournament Sunday at West-
yiew Country Club.
The all-day program is sponsor
Ed by the Dentists' Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal. Accord-
ing to Dr. Richard E. Deutch. di-
vision chairman, the program will
egin at 9:30 a.m., and will include I
Page II B
I Gallery-Studio
Opens in Grove
Plans are under way for the
Mar. 11 opening of the Natalie
Mxs Leonard) Bn-kiru^tallery
and Elaine (Mrs. Philip) Wein-
stein Studio of painting. Both ven-
tures will be housed at 2983 Mc-
j Farlane rd Coconut Grove.
Mrs. Weinstcin will teach adults
painting, drawing, and design.
1 Tuesday and Friday morning.
The Natalie Baskin Gallery will
open with a group fho- including
works by established artists trom
Miami who have exhibited in New-
York. Paris, and elsewhere. The
artists are Maro Ferrari, -Ethel
Fisher. Lewis Michael Stern, Mrs.
Weinstcin. and Ed Weyhe.
The gallery will be open on Mon-
day, Tuesday. Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
and by appointment. All works
are for sale, and are available for
rentals.
golf tournament, sw.mming and j HjghBghJ.of recen,, fti BSheva. festivities at ident. and (left to right) Mrs. Herbert Baum-
nSnS^^i^1 SouthuMwi wa the gard. Harry Raskin, "donor of the tree, Mrs.
plantmg of the farst tree on the grounds of the Harry M. Ross, principal of the religious
Z 1 L'ght Memorial School bldg. Wield- school, and Louis LhwSman. executiveT
mg^^c^n sh^ej^obert Newman, pres- rector of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Beach Federal
Renames Leaders
fridge.
Chairman of the day is Dr.
Jeorge A. Graham. Golf commit-
includes Drs. Charles Alenier,
lilton S. Lubarr, Ben Miller, Don-
Michnoff and Denis P. Quitt
ler.
Miami Division chairman is Dr.
krthur Sokoloff. Dr. Bertram J.
fhorpe heads the Beach Division.
Co chairmen are Drs. Louis Cov-j Miami Beach Federal Savings
rman. Daniel Franco, Harold and Loan Assn. will be under the
h-iedman. Jack H. Mishkm, How- leadership for another 12 months
|rd L Wellins and Fred Witkoff. of the same directors and officers
Vice chairmen are Drs. Melvin who reported substantial growth
lecker, Edwin Birns, E. G. Bias- i" the institution during 1959.
erg. Albert Coonin. Frank Coret.l At the annual meeting, five of
remglass, Leonard Franti, Ed. the 14 directors were up for re-:
Jailer, Elliot Gordon. Jerome Ja-; election, and were returned to of-;
Dbs. Jack Landsberg. David Love-ifice by unanimous vote of the
n. Joseph Lytton, A. Albert Mo-i shareholders
|nr;mA/thU, Mn R0Sei t^L Mc R$S' 1*" Erectors, meeting just after
fcuricp .?. PhiJn'c., Se,t,'ni the annual m"in8. named all of
fcCec.Setta' Ph,,,p Stern and ficers. both senior and junior, for
another year.
Directors renamed were Carl
Weinkle, John E. Shuey, Milton
Weiss, Henry D. Williams, and
Paul C. Wimbish. All five wore
elected for three-year terms.
Officers reelected include Mit-
larold Sweet.
?wan Throws Hat
In Circuit Ring
' Former Assistant State Attor-
py Edward P. Swan has qualified
Serbin Gets
Youth Award
Lewis Serbin is the winner of a
Youth Award presented to him at
the Brotherhood dinner of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians and
Jews in the Fontainebleau hotel.
The Miami Beach High School
senior received the award at the
annual Florida region observance
of NCCJ's National Brotherhood
Week.
Serbin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Serbin, 4S54 Adams
ave., Miami Beach.
uwis umm
the Circuit Court JudgeshipJ chellHwolfson," chairman""of the
acancy of Judge John W. Prunty, board; Claude A. Renshaw. presi-
Teen-Agers OH to Confab
Temple Emanu El's United Syn-
He is an honor student at Be*ch
High, serving as president of Na-
tional Honor Society, delegate to
he White House Conference on _
Children and Youth, and president ".""*. L,
of the Intergroup Youth Council, Sfo nw-nE
junior branch of NCCJ. ,lfr Presldents
In 1959. Serbin was state cham- Co-chairmen of the affair are
pion in extemporaneous speaking, fences White. Helen Sanders and
I Joseph Malek.
Apartment Assn.
Installation Set
The Miami Beach Apartment
Assn. will hold its annual installa-
tion dinner at the Seville hotel on
Saturday evening. Mar. 26.
Receiving the president's gavel
will be local attorney Eugene
Weiss, who was elected to serve
his second term as head of the
500-member group formed in 1940.
Others who will bo installed
by Dado County Commissioner
Charles "Chuck" Hall art Fran-
ces White, first vice president;
Meyer Teigman, second vice
president; William Copeland,
treasurer; and Helen Sanders,
secretary.
Sidney Rabinowitz. newly elect-
ed chairman of the board, will
also be installed by Hall.
Guest speaker will be Sen. Doyle
Carlton. of Wachulla. Fla., accord-
ing to Weiss
Past presidents of the associa-
tion Ben Giller and Irving Schatz-
man will be honored "for their
service to the
group" by being named honorary
Peter
Sarokin and
ho weeks ago. Swan was named presidents.
no ,,f the Five Outstanding; in thejr addresses to the annual
?"!'" '" the SUte o Flor,da meeting, both Wolfson and Ren-
Swan was also awarded shaw emphasized the "substantial
. '! The delegates were accompanied
s i by Hope Herman, Temple Emanu
ft 1959.'
Outstanding Young Man of Mi
Ti for 1958."
native Miamian, Swan ah
d the University of Florida,
>nd he received his law degree
V "gbt. A former Deputy Clerk
be Circuit Court, he also is a
""er Assistant Attorney Gen-
I of the State of Florida, for-
*r Judge Advocate, United
ratts Air Force, former Assist-
ant County Solicitor, was ap-
'nted by Gov. Collins as As-
'*tant State Attorney, and serv-
growth of Miami Beach Federal
during 1959," when assets in-
creased by 13.5 percent to $132.-
860,112, and savings accounts by
14 percent to more than $114,000,-
000.
El youth
Attending
stein. Barry Gersten. Jeffrey Kap- Mrs. Israel Goldberg, president.
Ian. Benjamin Field, Rosalind j will conduct a regular meeting of
Lehrman. R e g i n a Perlmutter. I Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess on
coordinator. Aiexandor p0lUck and Steven Monday, 1 p.m., at Beth El Con-
ine convention were Robinson. I gregation.
activities
FEATURING THE
has been assigned as Grand Jury
legal advisor for three Grand Jur
I ies. He was, until his resignation.
assigned to the Homicide and
' Rackets and Frauds Division of the
; State Attorney's office.
Swan is active in church and
""*r the late St.V. Attorney W affai".Hc. *! a P"l "tL'
'orge Brautigam. i dent ,ne M,ami Junior Chamber
of Commerce. He is married, has
|Ue was reappointed by State At-! three children, and lives at 2290
"ity Richard E. Gerstein. He SW 27th In., Miami. *
Internationale Revue SA BRAS
dynamic... exciting... incomparable
ISRAELI
DANCERS
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Continued from Page 1-B
life Mr and Mr- Morton
aLr* W Forthy yea" "*
ide,. ,u rs Her">an Millrood at
wed the Silvermans' weddtng-
url'hcy were 8in .
>Dnm. Yov Rosenberg,
fonl '" t0 of,er "* congratu-
*
FJ Anne Kaplan, 2395 Pan-
. h.moree at a luncheon SM-
ine aH Khe A,8,crs hotel .
go d"d hcr "iece. Helen, of Chi-
V *-n,onth tour of
sh.rf* ,h lsrael- wit" f"ends
' them -Bon Voyage" .
' r; ,rBen
m
Mrs. Rae Marks. Mrs. George
Schell. Mrs. Gladys Zimmerman.
I Mrs. Irving Schatxman. Mrs. Pin
(us Loomer. Mrs. Ceil Simon, and
Mrs Mac Meyers .
Mr*. Theodore (Ann) Berman.
3310 Granada blvd., off to Israel
for three weeks to attend the Bar
Mitsvah of her nephew. Eli Ber
man With her on the El Al
plane over, members of the "Exo-
dus" motion picture cast and crew,
as well as her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Issy Kaufman, of London, who
joined Ann mid-route .
Friends are wishing a speedy re-
covery to Jack Shapiro at Doc-
tors Hospital in Coral Gables .
Special good wishes from Beth El
Sisterhood, of which bis wife, Lil-
lian, is president.


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ping the eruption of new apartment buildings on the Beach and main
land. For instance. Charles Mattel, former hotel operator, is busy with
the erection of his new Executive House, slightly north of the Mom
martre, and on the oceanfront. while the Evans family, of Loch Shel-
drake. NY., and the local Governor hotel, are readying their new struc-
ture, the Hamilton House, not too many steps removed from the Mattel
Mrs Louis Glasser. one-of the area's more indefatigable charity
aides, and currently active in the Women's Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal, has been appointed to the U.S.O. National Council.
The Saul Maksiks, of Hollywood, the Steve (TV) Ellises, his sister,
Adcle Ellis, of Philly, and attorney Morris Solomon, catching Duke
Hazlctt singing a la Sinatra at Seville Downstairs room.
Key West honoring Mitchell Wolfion on Mar. It to commemorate
the opening of the Audubon House, an historical structure restored
by the Wolfson Foundation. At a dinner dance at the Case Marina,
Sen. George Smathers will be keynote speaker. Also attending will
be Gov. LeRoy Collins and other state officials.
A passing motorist looking at the encircling throng at the 17th
green of Bayshore may have thought some important tournament was
going on. It wasn't toptiotch golfers that drew the fans but Jerry Lewis
and his "Bellboy" -movie entourage taking exterior shots on the golf
course.
How many times have you heard famed hotel row along the ocean-
front described as eye-opening as any movie set Hollywood has ever
offered? Well, no better proof is needed. More than five films have
been or are about to be filmed, using the made-to-order settings of the
luxury hotels. They possibly couldn't be duplicated in entirety in
Holly woodland, not at today's monstrous prices.
The Sam Rivkinds, celebrating their 40th anniversary, are on a
West Indies cruise with their daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Steinberg, of Harrison, N.Y., and Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Golden,
of Cincinnati. It's a double anniversary celebration, in fact, with
the Goldens marking their 15th.
Finally discovered the first guy off the tee Sunday at Bayshore.
He's Irvin Gordon, of Rosedale restaurant, who's usually breakfasting
with his fairway cronies before 9:30, after 18 holes.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gold are entertaining their daughter and son-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. George Kravits, at their Beach home. He's a vice
president of the London publishing house of Bork Bros.
Jack Young, entertainment director of the Deauville, in a Sunday
game at Bayshore with grocery wholesaler Morris Green.
Lee Phillips, of The Jewish Ploridian staff, made a couple of Bay-
Shore vets, Vic Friedman and Ben Rachlin, sit up and take notice
with her par-shooting.
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Tony Bennett, always a popular vocal figure in these parts, is
beck for another engagement on the Beach, this time his romantic
roundelays are being aired at the Deauville Casanova supper club,
along with the comedy of Alan Drake.
Pearl Bailey is making her first appearance here, at the Eden Roc
Pompeii room, with her revue. It's quite an occasion for the soft-spoken
and'very relaxed appearing Pearl.
Red Skelton. who did a record-breaking stint at the Fontainebleau
La Ronde last year, has returned with his typical characterizations, that
Iracture both TV and live audiences. Singer-dancer Elaine Dunn is on
the same bill.
Paulette Goddard, in real life, the frau of famed author Erich
I Maria Remarque, mokes her initial bow on the local stage Tuesday,
I co-starring in the murder-mystery thriller, "Laura," with Reginald
Gardiner, at the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
The light and lively musical revue, 'Angel in the Wings," now at
Coconut Grove Playhouse, ends its run on Sunday, with co-stars Paul
liartman and Carol Bruce.
* *
MOVIE FARE: It's interesting to note that "On the Beach" is the
nation's top box-office atraction, nosing out "Suddenly Last Summer"
and "Ben-Hur," in that order.
I What an array of talent heads "Our Man in Havana," latest Graham
Greene mystery screenplay with a hearty dash of laughs. Alec Guin-
ness, Burl Ives, Ernie Kovacs and Noel Coward share honors with Mau
rcen O'Hara.
* *
RESTAURANT ROW: Jack Teagarden and his swingin' jazz combo
are holding forth at Carriage Club of the Miami Springs Villas.
Norman Arrow, one of the experts in the local catering field, is on
hand at the Royal Palm hotel to help service large or small parties.
If you haven't visited the homey restaurant of Nick and Antoin-
ette's. V624 NE. 1st ct., you're missing something special in Italian
cookery.
Radio Winer reports jam-packed business at his Bonfire on the 79th
st. causeway.
More truth than rumor is the report that Al Goldman and brother
Jack may seen have a well-known local restaurant under their joint
management, if their terms suit present owners who are anxious to
sell. Al s Fu Manchu is a byword for fine Cantonese food here while
brother Jack ha* been long identifed with Hickory House here and
J.-d ^T *E2 at Marseilles n have special saltfree and
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"Corsage for You" is a new feature of Th?Jewish Floridian
A corsage is free for the asking, and will be presented to each
mother of a&>r or Bas Mitzvah if requested a monthJn advance ,
tONAlD
RITA
HOWARD
SJtVtN
William and Ltwis Shilane j services Mar. 5. Rabbi Leon Kron-
Bar Mitzvah of William and Lew-! ish wi" officiate.
is Shilane, two brothers, will be' Ronald is the son of Mr and
lotMrwl on Saturday, Mar. 5, at: "[? Ervin s,uart. 7035 Rue Gran
iTIfereth Israel Northside Center, i v.'"e- and attends the confirmation
|Rahhi Harry L. Lawrence will of- class of 5722 at Temple Beth Sho-
tficiatc. |lom-
William and Lewis are the sons .
f Mr and Mrs. Morris Shilane,1 Howard Hyman
1055 NW 75th st. Saturday services at the Israel-
it Hi ii is a student in the! it? Center on Mar. 5 will include
ghth grade at Miami Edison, and the Bar Mitzvah of Howard J. Hy-
nvii attends ninth grade at Mi-.man, with Rabbi Morton Malavsky
a:ni Central High. I officiating.
Their parents v. ill honor the Howard is the son of Mr. and
I being hosts at the Cen- Mrs. Edward Hyman. 2410 SW 27th
I evening Oneg Shabbat ? He attends seventh grade at
nd Kiddush following the Bar Shenandoah Junior High, where he
itzvah ceremony on Saturday. is on the honor roll, earned his
('.randparents are Mr. and Mrs. school letter in sports, and belongs
\athan Lighter and Mr. Philip to the band.
Howard attends the Israelite
Center religious school. His grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Yeshiva Debaters
To Meet U of M
NEW YORK-Eleven Yeshiva
College undergraduates will trav-
el a total of 7.508 miles in nine
days starting Mar. 6 and find
themselves back in their Wash.
ipgtgn Heights classrooms at the
eiu of the most ambitious debat-
ing schedule ever attempted.
The 11th annual winter tour of,
the Yeshiva University Debating
Society will send five teams into
17 cities in nine states to debate
against 27 different colleges. A
$1,100 budget is needed just to
move the six seniors, two juniors
and three freshmen around the
nation.
The trips will be as far south as
Coral Gables. Fla., where the Uni-
versity of Miami will be met; as
far west as Chicago. HI., for de-
bate with the University of Chi-
cago; and as far north as Cam-
bridge. Mass.. tor a meet with
Harvard University.
Hoberman to Run
In Surfside Race
Louis B. Hoberman announces
| that he will be a candidate for
| councilman in the forthcoming
elections in Surfside.
Hoberman, a resident here since
1945, is president of the Dade chap-
ter, American Jewish Congress,
president of the Surfside Music So
ciety, chancellor commander of the
George Gershwin Lodge. Knights of
Pythias, vice president of the Miami
Beach Music and Arts League, vice
president of the Surfside Civic Assn.
(1959), and a member of numerous
other organizations
He has also been activt in Surf-
side with tht fund-raising cam-
paigns of Combined Jewish Ap- -
peal. United Fund, and Mt. Sinai
Hospital. He is a member of the
board of governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, alumni
associations of Vermont and Wos-
Ityan (Conn.) Universities, and al-
so served with the Connecticut
National Guard.
Temple Judea artist Samuel Grodensky shows his painting,
Reading of the Sacred Scrolls." to Victor Reiter, president of
Temple Judea, and Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual leader. The
painting was among other "living color" works recently ex-
hibited in a one-man show by Grodensky, and will be pre-
sented to the Temple in ceremonies here Sunday evning.
Grodensky, also noted as a sculptor, will leave shortly for
Israel to visit the Jewish State's religious colonies for back-
ground for future canvases.
Noted Jurists On Committee
Milane, nil of Miami.
Miner, of New York City, will be Miami Beach High ^chooTs^or;-a.
here to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah 9065CarIyle ave, Surfside.
occasion.
Rabbi
Rita
Alfred
Sokolow
Waxman
will offi-
Ivan Kasser
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offi-
ate at ihe Bar Mitzvah of Ivan
n Saturday morning, Mar.
at Temple Zion.
"van is the son of Mrs. Shirley
sser lie b) a
ami Juni...
Sokolow during Friday evening
I services of Temple Zion on Mar. 4.1
Rita is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Sokolow. She is an!
1 A1A student at South Miami Jun-
ior High, where she majors in sci-
ence.
She has attended Temple Zion;
number of
A number of distinguished local
lodges and attorneys have been
named honorary chairmen of the
Attorneys' Division dinner in be-
half of the 1960 Combined J
Appeal, it was revealed this
by Julian Weinkle and Irving
iBingi Kossoff. C'JA co-chairmen
heading the Trades and Profes-
dinner sponsored by Greater Mi-
ami attorneys in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, which
was to have been held Thursday,
7 p.m'., at the Jewish Home for
the Ajed.
Hoberman is in the hotel supply
business, and resides with his wile.
Estelle, and daughter. Barbara, a sions Division.
Division chairman
Richard E.
Other vice chairmen for the din-
ner event are Herman M. Berk,
Leon A. Epstein. Marshall Feuer,
Judge Milton Friedman, Charles
H. Greenberg. Louis Heiman, Dan-
PrvinJe'nrvlTUrd ,hH3t j""8! iel NJ "?"" Le" Kaplan. Sev-
Irwng Cypen, Baron de Hirsch, mour Kcith
of Surfside as it is. by a strict en *"""* Jude Jos*Ph "*H Also Walter C Kovner Don
He is a student at West' ",a""\ ?"' """ forcement of all zoning regula- "> serve as honorary chair- Mayerson. Phillip Schiff. Max R.
mi Junior High, where he "aJte. al ,h, Bas VU*vah of R,,a t,ons Hoberman believes that the, men of the important fund raising Silver. Harry Smith. George Tali-
His platform will be "to retain
the present residential community
m>s trumpet in the band,
han ,-ridod Temple Zion
i i hool since 1953, and
ie hjj studies in
i : i
present proportion of commercial
and residential areas "are ade-
quate."
function.
Martin Fine is chairman of the
anoff. David M. Trau. Robert H.
Traurig. Saul T. Von Zamft. and
Harry Zukernick.
Ronald Stuart
Beth Sholom will be the religious school for a
I liar Mitzvah of Ronald years.
r ur; during Saturday morning
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& Fish Restaurant
Oldest and best known
da ry restaurant serving
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Ml Washington Ave.
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Steven Mandell
Steven Mandell will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
Mdces, Mar. 5. at Temple Beth
Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate.
Steven is a student in the con-
firmation class of 5722 at Temple
Beth Sholom. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Mandell. 835 W.
47th st.

Barry Burt
Mincha services at the Israelite
Center on Saturday. Mar. 5. will
include the Bar Mitzvah of Barry
Burt. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will
officiate.
Uietjry tiwi 4 aaobattt Observed.
Full tint* Mashaiach. Religious ttrv*
ices daily en premises Special salt
free and diabetic dial. Steals, chops
and Roasts daily. Fraa TV in every
room. Parking, Beach Chairs and IS
other features
ON THI OCEAN PRIVATE BEACH
AND POOl CABANA ClUS
1741 Collins Ave. JE 0-571 I
_________ Miami Beach
3ay Par Person
double Occupancy
March ISApr. 1
15 of 115 Rooms
Dther rate* "v*^
Cantor Konigsberg
Will Conduct
the Passover
Services and
Seders accomp.
jy Popular
Symphonic Choir
RESERVE NOW
RATES ON
REQUEST
LOWS HOBIRMAN
Barry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. fhrGG LOCOtlOltS
Emanuel Burt. 2714 SW 36th ave.
He attends seventh grade at Kin-
loch Park Junior High, and is a
student at the Israelite Center re-
ligious school.
His grandfather, Philip Segal.
and close friends of the family.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Luber, all
of Philadelphia, will attend the
Bar Mitzvah occasion
e a
Marvin Lisa
Bar Mitzvah of Marvin Liss will
take place Saturday morning.
Mar. 5, at Monticello Park Con-
gregation. Rabbi Max Lipschitz
will officiate.
Marvin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Lias, S3S NE 161st St.,
No. Miami Beach. He attends
For Wesley's
Wesley's Breasted Chicken now
; has three locations here at 1201
SW 22nd st.. Miami; 1200 NE 163rd
St., No. Miami Beach; and 49th st.
and E. 4th ave.. Hialeah.
Broasted chicken is prepared in
new scientific and automatic equip-
OfEN DAILY from 4 te 9 p.m.
"THE ARISTOCRAT OF
KOSHER RESTAURANTS"
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Free Park UN 6-6043 Air^eW.
Under Orthodox Vaad Hakaahruth
The Royal Hungarian mTSSS?
FOR THE FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE
731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401
ment, which seals all the flavor-
able and natural juices and cooks
the chicken under pressure
through to the bone in six min-
utes. No animal fats are used in
preparation or cooking.
Wesley's Broasted Chicken loca-
tion at Five Points on SW 22nd st.
offers eating facilities in Wesley's
family dining room or take-out
service. The No. Miami Beach
eighth grade at North Miami Beach and Hialeah locations are exclus-
Junior High. 1 ively for take-out service.
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN CORDON
GORDON and PONT
ROSNIR CATIRIII
free) aori d'aearrs* fa a cemalefo fcaffef
170 N. W. 5th ST.. MIAMI PHONE FR -7996
Under Saperviirea of itoiftd Kasaras Association of Grtattr Miami
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS RAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
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Friday. March 4, 19$g
Candidates Up
For Questioning
It will be a no holdsbarred. open
slug-fest Tuesday evening at Beth
David C(.ngi elation, when candi-
dates or their representatives run-
ning in the May 3 primary for the
office of Florida governor ap-
pear before Sholem Lodge of B'nai
B'rith to answer questions pertain-
ing to their background, platform,
and political intentions.
( o chairmen of the program
committee Martin Budnick. Rich-
ard Hurwich and Burton M. Mich-
aels announced this week that
definite acceptances had already
been received from Farris Bryant.
Ted David, and Sen. Fred O. Dick
inson.
Also invited were Sen. Harvie
Belser, Jacksonville Mayor Ilaydon
Burns. Sen. Doyle E. Carton, jr..
and John McC'arty. who will send
representatives to answer the bar-
rage of questions if prior commit-
ments prevent them from attend-
ing.
Ralph Renick. vice president in
charge of news, television station
WTVJ. will be moderator.
Each of the candidates will dis-
cuss "What are the Real Issues in
the Gubernatorial Campaign" in
five-minute presentations. Mem-
bers of the Dade County Metro
politan Commisssion and Miami
City Commission have been in-
vited to begin the questioning from
the floor. Questions will also come
from the open floor. Speakers will
have a three-minute summation.
RALPH ffENfCK
Sorin to Appear
In Barry Recital
Samuel Sorin will appear in a
sonata recital with Eugene Dubois.
concertmaster of the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra, on
Sunday evening at Barry College
Auditorium.
The recital is the final musical
event in the Barry College winter
cultural series.
Sorin, son of Mrs. Anna Sorin
Bild, of Miami, lives in Hollywood,
Fla.. with his wife, Edith, and son
and daughter
He has appeared in concert and
recital performances throughout
the nation, often featured with
topflight orchestras.
Sorin is currently affiliated with
his brothel, T. J. Sorin. of llolly
wood.
Adelman Says
He's Candidate
S. Howard Adelman is a candi-!
date for Judge of the Small Claims
Court in Group 2.
The 32-year-old candidate holds
a law degree from the University
of Miami, which he received in
1952.
He has practiced law in Dad*
county for eight years, and it a
member of the Florida Bar Assn.
Adelman claims "civil and crim-
inal trial experience boforo stato,
federal and local courts."
The candidate served in World I
War II, and is a member of the !
U. S. Air Force Reserve. He has j
been affiliated with the Dade
County Democrats. National Assn.
of Claimant's Compensation At-
torneys. Alianza Interamericana.
Civil Air Patrol. Toastmasters. and
Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Adelman is married to the for-1
mer Renee Ross, and the couple i
own a home at SW 84th ct., Miami.
Folk School Fete
Due on Sunday
David Plnskl K"lk s,'ho01 wl"
hold its opening celebration Sun-
tej evening at the KHz Plaza ho-
tel
L Rulimsi.'in, executive direc-
tor of the national committee of
the Jewish Folk Schools of Amer-
ica, will be guest speaker.
Musical and literary program
will include Rose Rosamond so-
prano, in a presentation of Yiddish
and Israeli songs; Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Yomen. leading community,
singing; and Max B. Astor. in,
readings from Sholem Alcichem. ,
M. Chomitz will be master of
ceremonies.
Purim Festival
Due Wednesday
Purim Festival sponsored jomt-
\y by BenGurion Branch of Far-
band" and Poale Zion. Chaim
Greenberg Branch, will be held
Wednesday evening at Beth fcl,
Congregation. |
Rose Rosamund, soprano, win;
lead the group in Hebrew, English,
and Yiddish songs. Louis Lasavin.
of the David Pinski Folkschule
will discuss "Significance of-
Purim." Irving Sachs, president
of BenGurion Branch, and Dr.
Simon Wilensky. president of
Chaim Greenberg Branch, are also
scheduled on the program.
Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff is chair-
man of arrangements, assisted by
Bernard Furman.
Committee members also in-
clude Mesdames W. Beckwith, L.
Dukler, A. Fox, S. Halpenn, R.
Ishlon, M. Kahn. J. Krantz, S. Ler-
ner, A. Marcus, S. Robbins. I.
Sachs. M. Seeman. S. Wilensky.
and A. S. Bild.
Brandeis University Fellows Mrs. Jennie Grossmger and Har-
old Turk (left), join with Ernest Janis, life membership chairman
of the Miami Brandeis Club, in a tribute to Dr. Abram L. Sachar,
who is being honored here this week on the occasion of his
12th anniversary as president of the Waltham, Mass., institu-
tion. The festivities began with a kick-off luncheon at the
Fontainebleau Monday.
Youth Orchestra
To Perform
All-Miami Youth Symphony Or-
chestra will hold its second annual
Viscaya concert Sunday. 3 p.m.. at
Dade county's Art Museum,
The 80-piece orchestra, com-
posed of muaieiani between 13
and 19 yean of age, is conducted
tyy Robert Stra-sburg.
Six works will feature a'- lOlO
i-is Kenneth Conklyn. double bass;
Paul Strassburg. viola; and Elliot
Chapo. violin
Program includes Finlandia. Si-
belius; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.
Mozart; Concerto for Double Basi
and Viola, Von Dittersdorf; Fan
fare for the Common Man, Cope-
land; Concerto for Violin and Or-
chestra, Wieniawski; and Sympho-
ny in C major, Schubert.
HoHahan Seeks
To Succeed Self
State Rep. George L. Hollahan.
jr.. has announced his candidacy
for reelection a- Dade county rep-
resentatlve, Group 1.
"Hollahan. who is seeking his
third term in the House, steered]
nan than 37 general laws to pass-
age in the 1950 session.'" his sup-
porters declare, adding that "he |
wai the leader in passing the
State Library Aid Bill, program
ol the Council on Traffic Safety,
which included the point system
for Florida, Mortgage Brokers
Control Act, and many Others."
Hollahan was chairman of the
Committee on Military and Veter-
an- Affairs while holding meni-
berahlpa on seven other commit-
iir- Hoilahan'a platform includes
a program for strengthening of
Florida's uuli cent literature JaWS,
improvement of Florida' traffic
safety program, with emphasi- in
driver education, and require-
ments for juvenile drivers."
Hollahan. who is a practicing
attorney, his wife, Anne, and their
four children reside in Coral Ga
btes.
'Pinafore1 Slated
At Dade Audit.
One of the most entertaining
light operas will play at the Dade
County Auditorium on Friday.
Mar. 11. Slated is "H.M.S. Pina-
fore," by Gilbert and Sullivan.
Outstanding among well-favored
tunes are "We Sail the Ocean
Blue," "When I Was a Lad," "I'm
Called Little Buttercup." "I Am
the Monarch of the Sea," and
others.
Gilbert, hearing this, wrote a
series of potmt and than passed
tham on to Sullivan, who com-
posed music for "H.M.S. Pina-
fora" in two weeks.
This is the second show that
Gilbert and Sullivan wrote for
their first company, when it open-
ed in May. 1878. The composition
was inspired by the fact that
Queen Victoria transformed a pub-
lisher into an admiral whose name
wai w H. Smith.
Flora Previn, Marguerite Barns.
Edward DePaul and Joseph Knis
(ley are the main characters.
The three clay engagement will
be Friday, Mar. 11. and Sunday.
Mar. 13, at 8:30 p.m. There will
be a special matinee performance
Sunday. Mar. 13 for school stu-
dents of Dade county.
Tickets are on sale at Amidon
Music Company in Coral Gables.
Lincoln lane Camera Shop in Mi
ami Beach. Dade County Auditon
iin. and the Loom bldg., 7325 Red
rd., Coral Gables.
Candlelight Supper Here
Temple Adath Yeshurun Sister-
hood held a candlelight supper for
members leal week at the Unified
bldg., 171 Nl 23rd ave. In charge
of arrangements was Mrs. Jack
Lipsiner. membership chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Siegal and
Mrs. Hy Bloom were in charge of
Paulette Goddard
To Open in 'Laura'
The quick-stepping musical com-
edy revue, "Angel in the Wings,"
goes into its second and final week
at the Coconut Grove Playhouse
playing through Sunday evening,
Mar. 6. There will be no perform-
ance tomorrow nigbt (Monday).
Next at the Coconut Grove Play-
house will be the adult murder-
mystery thriller, "Laura," starring
Miss Paulette Goddard and Regi-
nald Gardiner, which opens Mar.
8 and plays through Sunday, Mar.
20.
"Laura." which has been im-
mortalized in a magazine serial.
a novel, movie, song and radio
show, is no sudden shriek and-a-
body-falls-out-of-the-closet sort of
melodrama.
It tells the story of a detec-
tive's investigation of the mur-
der el a beautiful and clever ca-
reer girl in New York, Laura
Hunt,,who had been fatally at-
tractive to a number of men.
The sheeting turns out to havt
been performed on another girl
by mistake, when Laura herself
appears to belie her own death,
and to fall under suspicion of in-
stigating the one that did occur.
Dramatized by Vera Ca-pary
and George Sklar, from Mis- C'as-
pary's best-selling novel of the
same name, "Laura" deals frank-
ly with an adult theme. Waldo Ly-
decker, Laura's dilettantish ad-
mirer, played by Gardiner, loves
Laura but not in an ordinary way
and so tries to prevent other
men from loving her.
A famous Paramount PictuW
star. Miss Goddard was sun re-
cently in "Anna Lucasta" and
"Paris Model." Gardiner. also
motion picture star, appeared at
the Grove Playhouse last
in Gore Vidal's -Visit to a Small
Planet."
Hendrik Berns
In New Position
Hendrik Berns. Sunday editor of
The Miami News, has been ap-
pointed assistant managing editor
"or the Hearst papers in Baltimore.
Md. The publications include th<
News Post and the Sunday Amer
ican.
Berns begins his duties in Balti-
more on Mar. 15. Prior to his
position on The Miami New-, he
was Magazine editor for The Mi
ami Herald
the menu, and Mrs. Paul Sedriss
prepared the centerpiece decora-j
tion.
Alec Guinness, flanked by Jo Morrow and Ernie Kovacs, in
the Carol Reed production, "Our Man in Havana," the story
of a vacuum cleaner salesman who become* entangled with
espionage. This comedy thriller is now at the Carib, Miami
and Miracle Theatres.
Artists and Models Ball
Greater Miami's second annual
Artists and Models Ball will take
place Saturday evening at the Fon
tainebleau hotel. Costume theme
will be "Mythology."
SAVE'
EARN
l
from the
PERANNUM
(CURRENT BATE)
'Onp of 'he Notion s
^ Oldest ond
Dade Federal
u I ., .
5 Convtnltnt Offices Serve Dsdt County
^RESOURCES EXCEED 146 MILLION DOLLAR


iFriday.
March 4. I960
OL
it 14 a r ies
railerny. "< ct,ve
r HU bfhi" k" CholKn oaner Com
P.! u,n he also amuni
HARRY LEVITT
, fin s\V sulh ave., died Feb. ZS.
leveloper of Miami Beach a
'".'rlehnre-area, he fMM Jwrt In
"U'^J Hamilton, Ont.. where he
1 JVintliing manufacturer. He wh
' ,,| builder "f Beth .la. ..I,
[ negation, '-under of the Hebrew
- active In many other
A principal benefactor
"" Tivales-
. he wu also araoni the
"Titinal builder, of the Jal-Alal Fmn-
''*' Miami and a promoter In the
uii.h Race t'oure*. Services were
fh MI -it Riverside Memorial Chapel.
[ hiniTion axe, and at Beth Jac.l.
k'""""'.Mn |rl.! wa In 1ft. Hlnal
.,,-. Survvura Include two sons
Iff.* ilthter, brother .eight grand-
'llij,!,,,,. and 12 great -grandchildren.
SAMUEL WEI8
i<"i SW H'th at., died Feb. 2*.
eame here M v ago from New
!..ri and wan a retired garage on-
'"', He wan a member of Beth El
.,. Suivlvma Include his
Il7/T.*e; 'hr """* i:llh"'. N'"
Ian' and Nathan; sister and two
mdchlldren .- rvi.-.-a were Feb. ZS
ii Kum-ral Home.
MRS. ROSE WONOFSKI
i Dickon* ave.. died Feb. 2*.
line here seven yeug ago from
n \ ivora Include a aon,
UUia Anne Wonsofskl, bro-
five grandchildren and five
.
ai-ir.md< hlldren. She was a nietn-
r ,.i North Shore Jewish Center.
M en In Chicago, with local
miMjrnirnt.-. b) Itlveralde Memorial
ptli
MRS. ROSE TAROOVNICK
Meridian ave.. died Feb. 26.
** a member of Kebecca Lodge
rvlved by her husband, Wll-
,., daughters. Including Mia
bldie Ral-ton; and brother. Jamea
,.n In charge of arranic-
|rni foi service! In Newark. N.J..
Hi ,'man Funeral Home.
ABE BRUCHES
of 711 Mih at., dle.l K. I. 26. He
i". years ago from New
k. and was operator of the Ter-
SI...p. Surviving are Ma
and a sister. Mtra/ice*
,. Keh -' .it Klveralde Memorial
| ngtoo ave.
SAMUEL KLatIN
tree dr., dii .1 Fob U
lng acent for the I- on -
i i hot* I, coming here alx
|ir- IK" (r. in N.w V..ik. He la all.-
. if. Rabecca. a.m.
\ and one alater Servlrea
ii Sen York, with Itlveralde MaV-
r el In charge ot local er-
-its.
SAMUEL SCHUYLER
.... died l--. )> :'.;
He waa a night lib and
I i DanlBJf from Nan
i- ago. Surviving are
wife, I:, lie; one aon, Harold:
|uihter. Mia Marilyn Oalnea. mo-
Mr Heckle S. hmukler: brother.
Orman: two grandchildren, Louis
Id I iivid Services were Feb. 2 at
*ride Memorial Chapel, Normandy
with burl.il in Mt. .Vebo Cem-
by.
SAMUEL COHEN
63. of n NE 2nd ave., died Feb. 2"
He came here ten rears ago from New
1'irrnmd a a salesman. Survirln
*r*' SttiZ*!'1 "*'>: "" and four
grandchildren. Services were I-. I
at Riverside Memorial Chapel W
Flaglcr st.
-knlslineridrteri
S", "" F'h l Riveralde
Memorial Chapel, Alton id.
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HARRY HARTMAN
O. of 1785 Blarrltl dr., died Feb. 22
He .-sine bars it rear* gam frwnDt-
Mlch. Surviving are his wife,
Gertrude; 00*1. Jerry; and three
daughters. Including Mrs, Beyi.......
Rosenlhal. Miami. He was a mam.
, r..-0L.tn, 0,ld ^",'l,"" "' Temple
Heth Sholoni Services were f.i. a
at Oordon Funeral Home, with burial
In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. SARAH STEINQOLD
XO, of 123J BTW ISth at., died Feb U
Surviving are three sons. Including
Robert. Miami, daughter. Mrs. Avorg
iuggeiihelm, Miami: brother, and two
sisters. Services were In Boaton. with
local arrangements bv Oordon Fu-
neral Home.
, M,"9.; M'LDREO BLOCK
II...I ii-.i"8,r"'"'r'' l'1"-'1 'lablea,
dl.d h,i, i.! she came here sjg years
h "o... ,\,w v,k. survlvln
her husband. .I,,hn. two sons. Iti.bar.l
Vr w !"'; ',"" slaters, Including
.n.uV.o, K"'"' '"iher and four
and.*(ldr.n s. rvlr. *,.,.. ...|, i,
at (.oidon Fune.al Home.
LEGAL NOTICE
GERTRUDE EHRENREICH
for several seaaons a winter vlltor
lure, died Feb. I in Natrona, I "a Sur-
Vlvora in. In.le three daughters. Mrs
Ruth Katxif. MSI 8W ltti St., Miami
Mrs Sarah Rpector, Troy, N V Mrs
Irene Katx, 1'nlontown, Pa.: one son,
Bernard Khrenreich, Brackenrldge,
Pa.: two sisters, Mrs. Kadle Feldman.
Monesseu, Pa.; and Mrs. Cella Kela-
ler. Monesseu She a No leaves a bro-
ther, Harry Wind, of Monesseu, is
well as eight grandchildren. Services
were In Pittsburgh.
PERRY H. PARKER
61. of ISMS' Coronado ter.. Keystone
Pt.. died r-eh. IS. He came here ten
years ago from New York, and was a
furniture manufacturer. He is sur-
vived by his wife. Helen, and two
song. Richard and Mavld. Services
were Feb. 1* at Riverside Memorial
Chapel. Normandy Isle, with burial In
Mi Nebo Cemetery-
MRS. FANNIE SEIOEL
".". of ISM S\V tad il died Feb. Id.
She came here 20 years ago from
Bradley Beach. N.I. Surviving are .
hei huaband, Nathan: daughter, Mr*.,
Harriet Nabutovaky; two sons, two
brothers and three sister* Bi
were f. i. iv at Oordon Funeral Home
si Vi= ^E"V PUBLICATION
L. _TME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELfyjENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
_ No. *0C 19S5
ESTKI.LE WBOWB18BR \
Plaint Iff x
\i\.\ \vk.;\vi:iskr,
i >efendani
_ SUIT FOR D.VORCE
TO: MAX WWIWKISKU
ttM Walla,.- Avenue
New Yol k 87. N V
You are hereby notified that ., |:,||
of omplalnt foi Divorce hag been
filed against you, and you are re.nilr-
e.l to serve a......y of your Answer of
I leading to the Bill ,,i Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, MAC Mil:
MKI.I,. IIM s W. Third Avenue. Mi
ami 3, Florida anil file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the :,th day of April. II
you fall to do so. judgment b) de-
fault will be taken aemltul ,,, f,,r
the relief ilemande.l in the Bill of
Complaint.
This iioth-, -hall be published one*
ea.-h Week for foul collse. .111ve Weeks
In THE JBWIKH Fl.i mil H AN.
INF. AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1st day ..f March, A.D,
I960.
E. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit C.....t, l.ade Countv, Florida
..all By: WM W HTOCK1NQ
Dapnty Clerk
MAC MF.RMKl.i,
1900 8.W. Third Avenue
Miami .'IS, Horida
Attorney for Plaintiff
V4.II-ll.tl
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
IN
MRS BERTHA RAYVIS
"f lr.S ith st pioneer member
Beth Ihivid S\ nagogue, died Feb.
She came hire with her Iste hus-
M. Hany, from Philadelphia 17
pn ago. Surviving are a eon, A.
lid. daughter, Mrs. S>lvla S. hatx-
and four grandchildren.
hi. ,., Feb. n at Uordon
il Home, with burial In Mt.
Cetneti r\
MAX URETSKY
|f :) s\V *ird ave.. died Feb. it.
'"" "wner ..f the Alan motel, and
" her. .i\ years ago from Atlantic
n J il, i. survived bv his wife,
'''".....n. Including Fred. Ml-
R. naughtir, two sisters and sis
F'fl.hiM,, M, wail a mrmber of
H ; rvlce* were In Allan-
I >. i'l arrangements by Jdver-
hipel..
'

SOL BAYARD
I-I1..X ave., died Feb 24
.. brother. Michael.
were i'ei. 2> at
M. ..... I., 1 .'hapel. Washing.
MRS ANNA MILLMAN
I I 11*4 F. b. M. A
i foi seven year*,
iwo daughters.
Sweet and Mis Calk*
1 "f Miami Se.vl.es
Riverside Memorial
Isle,
ot
Barb*
r.l,
i, Nor
ABRAHAM LEVITT
66. of 27::.. SW :trd ave dle.l F.-b H.
He enme h.-n- five yeais ago from
New York City, and owned a toy
store In South Miami. Surviving are
hi- Wife, Ita. daUBBtar, Mrs .l.ann
Wataon; *on, four grandchildren, two
brothers and Iwo sisters. Barvteea
,.nl burial were In N.w Yo.k. With
irrangetnents by Rlveraide Ma
mortal Chapel, W l-laglei st.
WILLIAM ROOOFP
:.r>. of 22" Hibiscus dr Miami Springs,
died Feb. II. He came from New
York and waa a retired hair stylist.
He Is survived by his wife. Sadie;
father, laiuls; two suns. Dr. Ceorge
and I>r. Robert: five brothers Includ-
ing Edward and Mlehnel. Miami: a
sister and four grandchildren. Serv-
ice! were Feb. 17 at Gordon Funeral
Home.
NORMAN OERTZ
:.7, of 1611 Lenox ave.. died Feb. 14.
He came here six years ago from New
York, and operated a liquor package
store here. He Is survived by hi*
wife, Lillian: four brother* and three
sisters. Services were Feb. 18 at
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Washing-
ton ave.
SAMUEL SHAPIRO
i ....... of ISM
Fel It II.. ,.,..
BUI rh ..x are a
Miami Beanh, and Joe-
York ~ re In
Sat, hv i. "i,h '','"1 arrsnge-
Memorial Chapel.
;i
Arthur,
MRS
REBA KUTNER
II.,. ,",; ,',."!'" ''> .1 Coral
came here
h'er h, 7" V'4: V",k SurvlV.
'.mih-. ',""'; M,U* ""' M"
Feb 2.-. at Oor-
IRVinc WOLF
iiH K"i'k-." :"> '"n"
The,,' .rvlvlng are Ms
'...enters, four
1 .side Memorial
. an.I
lei. '",
r'-l Ait,",'
ABRAHAM LERNER
ave. ,|,,,| y. fa
' With |.a.
... here J mh
.rvl
MRS. ROSE JACOBS
17. of 1799 SW th St., died Feb. It.
She came here 20 years ago from De-
troit. Surviving arr her husband.
Abe: three sons. Sam, Donald and
Morris: four daughters, in. hiding Mrs.
Helen Welngarden, No. Miami a bro-
Ister. 18 grandchildren ami I
grrat-Erandchllil. Services were in
ragtroit, with local arrangements by
i :.>..Ion Funeral Home.
MARTIN KENELHAR
IS, of r.05 BW Hill ave. dle.l Feb 11
He came here IS year* ago from
Cleveland, and worked In thi xHam
Poll. Danartment's traffic
tow-r .hi Flagler si He is survived
wy his wife. Lillian son, Allan: two
dauatitei a, D an hljd hl
naients. Mr and Mrs Harry Renel-
har. He al-.. leave* brother ."d
wen I- b II at
Oordon Funeral Home
DR. OSCAR D. MAY
79. of *Stl \ Meridian ave., dle.l Feb
IT II. was a retired physician and
paa her., n year* auo from New
Y.ak Surviving are hi* Wlta, Annie
-ii iiaiiKhiei and alater Ma *
chairman and founder of Ihe M inil
Social Qroup of the Xmeri.an Fed
eration of Jews from Central Kuroiie.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 1921
DtiRls Fi:iNl:l-:H(i
Plaintiff
V a.
HARRY FBINBERO
I lefendant
COMPLAINT FOR ANNULMENT
OF MARRIAGE
TO HARRY FEINBERU ,
o I >oroth> Kata
I7t Brookli n .\\ enue
Brooklyn, New York
You ai. h< I ebj notified thai
plaint for Annuliunu ha* been filed
I y<.....i i .-'i .in.i to
ejrv* ".' < your Answer cm Plead*
ing to the Bill ,i Complaint .... the
Plaintiff's Attorney, JOSEPH W MA-
l.KK. t.17 Lincoln Road, Miami 11. ... I.
i Florida an.I file the ptiainal An*wet
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or befot
4th day of April. I960 If you fall lo
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against vnu for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIPIAN
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 29th day of February.
A.D. 1*40.
F. a LBATHERMAN. clerk,
circuit Court. Paile County. Florida
(seal) By: R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk
JOSEPH W. MA l.KK
107 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
3/4-11-18-25
THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4M38
RE: ESTATE in
ROSE AVKRBol-i'll, a/k/a
ROSE Al'KRI'.Ai'H
1 '<' eased.
NOTICE TO CREDfTOlW" '
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay.
Iiik claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
Yon. and each of you are h.rebv
notified an.I required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Rose Averbouch, a/k/a Rose
Auerbach deceased late of Dad* coun-
ty. Florida, to the Honorable County
Judges oi Ha.!,. County, and file the
same In their offices In the County
. '.nuthouse in Hade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal nddresa of the claimant
and to be -worn to an.I presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred See
Section 7II.M of the IMS Probate Act
Hate February 2.'.th, A.I). 1960.
IRVING AIKRBACH, As Execu-
tor of the Ijist Will and Testa-
ment of Rose Averbouch, a/k/a
Roe.- Auerbaca, I c. cased.
WEPMAN A WEPMAN
i"7 Blacayne Building
Miami M, K|,.ib|;.
Attorneys for Estate.
_______________,______________3/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48(41.C
RE Batata ..f
MAX POPPER
I.....ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claim* oi Demand* Agnin-t Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claim* and demands
which you may have against the .<-
at. ,,f max POPPBR deceased late
of Hade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in their dfflcea In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
from th. dati of Hie first publication
hereof, or ihe same will be barred
IDA POPPBR; v.lmlnlstratilv of
the Estate of Max Popper.
SHAPIRO & FRIKI.
Attorn. %
IM Lincoln Road, Suite 111
Miami Beanh IS, Florida
i -1 v a
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engag- In
business under the fictitious nami f
ROHKRT'S IMPORTS at 22 Lin
Road. Miami Bag Oh intend* to regi
aid name with the Clerk of the Clr.
cult Court of Dade County, Flo
M. A. J. ASSOCIATES, IN
(a Ha. coi-p.) Sole Owner
ELI RREOKH
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
2/12-19-2.: I I
IN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th,t
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business uader the fictitious num- i '
RED APPLE RE8TACRANT AND
sandwich shop at 2nr. N, Miami,
tvenue, Miami, Horida Intend* to
register said name with the Clerk f
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Horida.
.11 AIM-HEN, INC.. a Horida
CorporationSole Own.
Pallot. Silver, Ballot, Stern A Mlnti
Attorneys
701 Congress Bldg Miami, Ha.
____________ 2/12-19-2'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. in PROBATE
No. 4S677C
IN RE: Estate ot
LEWIS MANHEIM
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Parson* i
ing claims or Demands Against .s.;id
Batata:
You are Baraby notified ami retir-
ed to present any claim* and demania
which you may have against Ihe --
tate of LEWIS MANHELM deceased
hate of Dade County, Horida, to the.
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices in the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar month*
from the date of the first publication
hereof, ... ih.- same will be barred.
BESSIE MAMHE1M,
Executrix
JA.'K ANKl'S
Attorney
42.. Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
t/t6. S/4-] LIB-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Horida Height Revision Bureau, a
Horida corporation at 7623 North...-!
2nd Avenue, Miami. Horida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of l>*>le County.
Florida
TRANS-CONTINENTAL THAI I |C
SERVICE BURBAI', INC
LAWRENCE 1 IB.I L XNDI'!
Attorney for Trana-Contlnental I'ruf-
, Ice Bureau. Inc laltfl North-
i
VI-H-l-2a
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY I11VEN that
ih. in deslrina io axuras* In
buslnea* under the fictitious name of
RCIXIET HOMBS l'"H BETTER
i.ivi.n.;. .. n
.i .. m
said ii......
with the clerk ot the Circuit
,,f |.i,i Florida.
BUDGET HOMES rOR BE1
UVINO, INC
LAWRENCE I Hi.i.i vm.ii:
Attorney for Budge II.
for Belter Living. Inc.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 43777-A
IN RE: Estate .,(
CHARLES MEYROWITZ
1.. ri *sed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCMARGE
NOTICE I* b.rel.y given thai I have
filed my Final Report and Petition foi
Disti Ibuiion ..ml V tnal Discharge as
Executrix Meyrowltx. deceased: and that on th.
*th day of March, IH*. will apply to
th* H.-n. .1 a M* County Judges of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution an I
final discharge as Bseoutrix of the es-
tate f the above-named decedent.
This 5th day of February. IIM
ETHEL M MEYROWITZ
WELI.IS. -H. DOUGHERTY ZA1AC
By Kurt W.lllsch. Attorney
1414 Congre-s Building
Miami 32. Florida
2/12-1S-26.1/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busineas under the fictitious name of
SEVILLE 1XJBBY SHOP at 2901 Col-
lln* Avenue, Miami Beach, Dade
County. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Couaty, Florida.
JACK liOLDBERC, sole owner
CHEREN GOLDEN, Beqa.
i.T o|, mpia Building
Miami It. Horida
Attorneys for Jack iloldberg.
-ole oWllel
1/4-11-1-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 60C1737
BLANCHE .-AI.ANT A RAN opy
Plaintiff,
\ I
HAR" .'.D ARANi H'l-'
I lefendant.
TO: HAROLD \R \NoFF,
ndant
Clinton Btri
N. a York, N.w Yo.k
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI ..r Complaint for Divoroa
has b(.*.|i filed against \. oi
Ton are reo,uli t I.....a i i
v...ii answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attor
ami io file the original answer in th-
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
I Court on or before the 31st d*v >.f
(.March A.D., 1S0; otherwise, th* Bllf
.r Complaint for Divorce, heretofore-
filed herein, w ill he taken as confes-
sed by you.
Dated at .Miami. Horida. this th*
Mr.l day of February. 1960.
E II LKATIIERMAN. clerk,
circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida
eal) By HELEN KESjjLBR,
Deputy Clerk
.0OR.MAN B" MILES
xttwrney for Plaintiff
111 Alnslev Bldg
Miami .12. Ha.FR 1-5664
2/26. 3/4-11 -ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai
| n. .! I. i In* to ..gate in
under the flctltlou* name of
BI'DUET HOMES, .. Florida corpora-
Mo :l.. .- 7th Street.
Miami, Florida Intend* lo reclit.
name with Ih* 'lerk of toe I
i .an i ..i I lade '.'.ii.iv. Florida
IU'DOET HOMES FOR BETTER
I.I VINO, INC
LAWRENCE I H' 'LLANDEB
Attorney for Budaret Home* for
l.vuig. Inc.
1-18-2:.
Hk> h
wit.
-
and
vlca, were Fei
""'I \lt..n
HARRv
Mil i
BERNSTEIN
I'eb. If
re his
As.,,.
1 "Men'Mn
-her.' .nd
"'urant owner,
he M'snil Show
'niorlal Park.
baaria^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C 23*6
JACK B WILEY
Plaintiff.
vs
ION A f, WIIEV
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO lONA F. WILEY
Jltlfl Miinsa H
IVtrolt Ml. hl*an
Vof SHE fi .TtFIFD thgt a
plaint for Divorce has been filed
gainst vou In th. i nnrt of
ih .luillc'sl Circuit In and
for Dade Connta Florida, cb
Cause No IBC1BM by .1 v
WIT IV and no are herei
to serve a Cony ..f your An
to on ALVIN ~ CAWS '"'';"''-
At torn* v, ai in- I In. sin R id 'J11'"
Isg. Miami Beach I 'lie
the original answer In the Of I
the clerk of the r. uil '
before Aviil I "' nthi rw
I iint will be t.ik' as confr
Dated t Miami
this 2nd dsv of March tsiif
v\ lerk.
ill cmiii >>> Horida
(seal) K M UTMAN.
IVpotv Clerk
1/4-11-16
Horl.la. Horida.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. iOC 1814
AliTIII'R YELLIVi I,
Plaintiff.
MARY VELLICCI.
Defendant
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
TO MART VEl.l.r.'.'l
Ell s Avenue
Bronx, NY
You M tRT VELl.l-c 1 ire hereh'
notified that a Complain I for I
has been Pled agslnst you. an
,,,ir. .1 to *erve a cop' of yemr
Answer or Pleading to the Complaint
,,n the plaintiff" Attorney, ALAN
s|(FRR '"" Lincoln Road, Mlsml
ind vflle the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
n-k of the Circuit
before the Mth day of March. l6o.
It \oii fall di m. nt by
default will be taken aeainst v..u for
the relief deman .'..midaint
DON!
..f February.
THERM \N. cb-k
Horida
.eal) By: R. H RICE, JR.
'"*"" Ota Clerk
I 12-19-26,1/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
N. >T-rCE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersmned. d. --irliig to engage In
i ihe ficiiiioiis name >f
S '4-11 wORTON TOWERS COMPANY at
r..... Bay Road, Miami Beach, Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade
Conntv. Horida.
EMU. MORTON
KiiVNTi: \ MVNNHKIMER
Attorney* for Emll Morton
: l-ll-ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 4S744-C
IN RE Estate of
TIL1.1E MEI.N1KER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn I All Person* Ha>
Ing Claims or liemsnds Against Skald
You aie hcr.bv notified and retiulr-
ed to present an\ cliilms and demands
which' vou mav hare against the es-
tate of TILLIE MELNIKER deceased
late of Dade County. Ha.rida. to the
County Judges of iHa.le County, and
file the same in their offices In the
Cuniy Courthouse In Dade County,
wiih:n eight calendar month*
from the .1.. !ii-t publication
a ill be hat
ABII
..f ..f Tlllle Melnlker
UOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
\ttorn.
"t Fiagler St.
Miami 3*. Horida
2.1S-26. 3/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 4B776-C
IN RE: ESTATE lit
ANNA SCHWARTZ, also
known as ANNA KESDEN.
1 >. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Credilols and All Persons H.V-
ang Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
Y.aj. and each of you are hereby
notified and i.ipiired to present
claims and demands which you. or
either of .mi, may have against th
I ot Anna SohwarU, also RnOWn
Inna Raatlen, Aaaaaaed late of
Dade County. Horida. to the II.mor-
al.I. County Judge* of Hade County,
and f'le the same In theli' offices in
tha Count> Coiirthouae In Dade Coun-
ty. Horida, within eight calendar
month* from the date of the first
publication hereof Said claims or de-
mands t.. contain ih. laaaj ad.lr.
almant and to be sworn to and
aforesaid, or Maine will
be barred Bee Section 711.16 ..f the
i >bai let.
Date -. A.D. IM
ll'MI's KESDEN and PAl'I.A
nadlei:. A* Bxacntor* of the
Will and Testament of Anna
shwartz, also known as Ami*
Kemleti. deceased.
RW 1.1th Terrace
W.st Miami. Horida
FI.KV STONE, 1010 Congress Bldg..
Miami. Ha.
Attorney for Executor*
2/26. S Lll-lS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned.-desiring to engag. In
business under Hie fictitious name of
iNrierN cab co at IIS B.W, tth
St., Homestead, Fla.. Intend to ri
ister said nam* with the clerk of the
Circuit Cojirt of Dade Countv. Florida.
I \MFS ROBINSON
JOHNNIE JEFFERSON
Sole Owner*
DONALD I'. Fit.'ST
V". Xopllcant
lul'ont Bldg.
2/1S-26. a/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTBCK is li|.:i:t:nv OIVEN that
Irlna to npag. In
buslm the fictitious name of
vl.TV il ill S.W. l-'th A
Miami int. nds to register said
etk of the circuit
County, Florida.
V FOSTER. Sole l 11
tate Broker
'TH
Attorn. \pp1lcant
IMS SW 1st
'-1S-26. 3/1
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iFriday. March 4. I960 OL it 14 a r ies railerny. "<• ct,ve r H U :'.; He waa a night lib and I i DanlBJf from Nan iago. Surviving are wife, I:, lie; one aon, Harold: |uihter. Mia Marilyn Oalnea. moMr Heckle S. hmukler: brother. Orman: two grandchildren, Louis Id I iivid Services were Feb. 2 at *ride Memorial Chapel, Normandy with burl.il in Mt. .Vebo Cem%  by. SAMUEL COHEN 63. of n NE 2nd ave., died Feb. 2" He cam e here ten rears ago from New 1'irrnmd a a salesman. Survirln r *' SttiZ*!' 1 %  "*•'>•: "" and four grandchildren. Services were I-. I at Riverside Memorial Chapel W Flaglcr st. -knlslineridrteri S", ""• F'h l Riveralde Memorial Chapel, Alton id. Page 15-B •. HARRY HARTMAN O. of 1785 Blarrltl dr., died Feb. 22 He .-sine bars it rear* gam frwnDtMlch. Surviving are his wife, Gertrude; 00*1. Jerry; and three daughters. Including Mrs, Beyi Rosenlhal. Miami. He was a mam. £, r ..0 L. tn 0,ld ^ l, ""• "•' Temple Heth Sholoni Services were F.I. a at Oordon Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. SARAH STEINQOLD XO, of 123J BTW ISth at., died Feb U Surviving are three sons. Including Robert. Miami, daughter. Mrs. Avorg •iuggeiihelm, Miami: brother, and two sisters. Services were In Boaton. with local arrangements bv Oordon Funeral Home. M ," 9 .; M 'LDREO BLOCK II...I II-.I" 8 ,r"'"' r '' %  %  • %  l 1 "-' 1 'lablea, dl.d h,i, i.! she came here sjg years h "o... ,\,w v,„k. survlvln her husband. .I,,hn. two sons. Iti.bar.l Vr w !"';• ',"" slaters, Including .n.uV.o, K "'"' %  "•iher and four and.*(ldr.n s. rvlr.„ *,.,.. ...|, i, at (.oidon Fune.al Home. LEGAL NOTICE GERTRUDE EHRENREICH for several seaaons a winter vlltor lure, died Feb. I in Natrona, I "a SurVlvora in. In.le three daughters. Mrs Ruth Katxif. MSI 8W ltti St., Miami Mrs Sarah Rpector, Troy, N V Mrs Irene Katx, 1'nlontown, Pa.: one son, Bernard Khrenreich, Brackenrldge, Pa.: two sisters, Mrs. Kadle Feldman. Monesseu, Pa.; and Mrs. Cella Kelaler. Monesseu She a No leaves a brother, Harry Wind, of Monesseu, is well as eight grandchildren. Services were In Pittsburgh. PERRY H. PARKER 61. of ISMS' Coronado ter.. Keystone Pt.. died r-eh. IS. He came here ten years ago from New York, and was a furniture manufacturer. He is survived by his wife. Helen, and two song. Richard and Mavld. Services were Feb. 1* at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Normandy Isle, with burial In Mi Nebo CemeteryMRS. FANNIE SEIOEL ".". of ISM S\V tad il died Feb. Id. She came here 20 years ago from Bradley Beach. N.I. Surviving are hei huaband, Nathan: daughter, Mr*., Harriet Nabutovaky; two sons, two brothers and three sister* Bi were F. i. iv at Oordon Funeral Home %  si Vi= ^ E V PUBLICATION L. _TM E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EL fyjENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. *0C 19S5 ESTKI.LE WBOWB18BR \ Plaint Iff • x \i\.\ \VK.;\VI:ISKR, i >efendani SUIT FOR D.VORCE TO: MAX WWIWKISKU ttM Walla,.Avenue New Yol k 87. N V You are hereby notified that ., |:,|| of omplalnt foi Divorce hag been filed against you, and you are re.nilre.l to serve a y of your Answer of I leading to the Bill ,,i Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, MAC Mil: MKI.I,. IIM s W. Third Avenue. Mi ami 3, Florida anil file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the :,th day of April. II you fall to do so. judgment b) default will be taken aemltul •,,,„ f,,r the relief ilemande.l in the Bill of Complaint. This iioth-, -hall be published one* ea.-h Week for foul collse. .111ve Weeks In THE JBWIKH Fl.i mil H AN. INF. AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 1st day ..f March, A.D, I960. E. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit C t, l.ade Countv, Florida ..—all By: WM W HTOCK1NQ Dapnty Clerk MAC MF.RMKl.i, 1900 8.W. Third Avenue Miami .'IS, Horida Attorney for Plaintiff •V4.II-ll.tl LEGAL NOTICE IN IN MRS BERTHA RAYVIS "f lr.S ith st„ pioneer member Beth Ihivid S\ nagogue, died Feb. She came hire with her Iste husM. Hany, from Philadelphia 17 pn ago. Surviving are a eon, A. lid. daughter, Mrs. S>lvla S. hatxand four grandchildren. hi. ,., Feb. n at Uordon il Home, with burial In Mt. Cetneti r\ MAX URETSKY |f %  : %  ) s\V *ird ave.. died Feb. it. '"" "wner ..f the Alan motel, and "• her. .i\ years ago from Atlantic •N J il, i. survived bv his wife, „'' %  n. Including Fred. MlR. naughtir, two sisters and sis F'fl.hiM,, M wail a mrmber of H ; %  %  rvlce* were In AllanI >. i'l arrangements by Jdverhipel.. • SOL BAYARD I-I1..X ave., died Feb 24 .. brother. Michael. were i'ei. 2> at M. ..... I., 1 .'hapel. Washing. MRS ANNA MILLMAN I I 11*4 F. b. M. A %  i foi seven year*, iwo daughters. Sweet and Mis Calk* 1 "f Miami Se.vl.es Riverside Memorial Isle, ot Barb* r.l, •i, Nor ABRAHAM LEVITT 66. of 27::.. SW :trd ave dle.l F.-b H. He enme h.-nfive yeais ago from New York City, and owned a toy store In South Miami. Surviving are hiWife, Ita. daUBBtar, Mrs .l.ann Wataon; *on, four grandchildren, two brothers and Iwo sisters. Barvteea ,.nl burial were In N.w Yo.k. With irrangetnents by Rlveraide Ma mortal Chapel, W l-laglei st. WILLIAM ROOOFP :.r>. of 22" Hibiscus dr Miami Springs, died Feb. II. He came from New York and waa a retired hair stylist. He Is survived by his wife. Sadie; father, laiuls; two suns. Dr. Ceorge and I>r. Robert: five brothers Including Edward and Mlehnel. Miami: a sister and four grandchildren. Service! were Feb. 17 at Gordon Funeral Home. NORMAN OERTZ :.7, of 1611 Lenox ave.. died Feb. 14. He came here six years ago from New York, and operated a liquor package store here. He Is survived by hi* wife, Lillian: four brother* and three sisters. Services were Feb. 18 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Washington ave. SAMUEL SHAPIRO %  i ....... of ISM Fel It II.. ,.,„.. BUI rh ..x are a Miami Beanh, and JoeYork ~ %  re In Sat, hv i. i,h ''• '" 1 arrsnge• Memorial Chapel. ;i Arthur, MRS REBA KUTNER II.,. ,",; ,',."!'" %  % % % %  > %  .1 Coral came here h'er h, 7" V' 4 : V ,k SurvlV. • '.mih-. %  ,""'; M,U ""' M Feb 2.-. at OorIRVINC WOLF %  iiH K "i' k ." : "> '"n" The,,' .rvlvlng are Ms •'...enters, four 1 %  .side Memorial an.I lei. '", r'-l Ait,",' ABRAHAM LERNER ave. ,|,,,| y. fa With |.a. ... here J MH .rvl ..Ion Funeral Home. MARTIN KENELHAR IS, of r.05 BW Hill ave. dle.l Feb 11 He came here IS year* ago from Cleveland, and worked In thi xHam Poll. •• Danartment's traffic tow-r .HI Flagler si He is survived wy his wife. Lillian son, Allan: two dauatitei a, D an hljd hl naients. Mr and Mrs Harry Renelhar. He al-.. leave* %  brother ."d wen I• b II at Oordon Funeral Home DR. OSCAR D. MAY 79. of *Stl \ Meridian ave., dle.l Feb IT II. was a retired physician and pa—a her., n year* auo from New Y.ak Surviving are hi* Wlta, Annie %  i i iiaiiKhiei and alater Ma ••* chairman and founder of Ihe M inil Social Qroup of the Xmeri.an Fed eration of Jews from Centra l Kuroiie. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 1921 DtiRls Fi:iNl:l-:H(i Plaintiff V a. HARRY FBINBERO I lefendant COMPLAINT FOR ANNULMENT OF MARRIAGE TO HARRY FEINBERU • %  o I >oroth> Kata I7t Brookli n .\\ enue Brooklyn, New York You ai. h< I ebj notified thai plaint for Annuliunu ha* been filed I y< i • %  i .-'i .in.i to %  ejrv* %  ".'• < your Answer CM Plead* ing to the Bill ,i Complaint .... the Plaintiff's Attorney, JOSEPH W MAl.KK. t.17 Lincoln Road, Miami 11. ... I. i Florida an.I file the ptiainal An*wet or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or befot 4th day of April. I960 If you fall lo do so, judgment by default will be taken against vnu for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIPIAN PONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 29th day of February. A.D. 1*40. F. a LBATHERMAN. clerk, circuit Court. Paile County. Florida (seal) By: R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk JOSEPH W. MA l.KK 107 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 3/4-11-18-25 THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4M38 RE: ESTATE in ROSE AVKRBol-i'll, a/k/a ROSE Al'KRI'.Ai'H 1 '<' eased. NOTICE TO CREDfTOlW" To All Creditors and All Persons Hay. IIIK claims or Demands Against Said Batata: Yon. and each of you are h.rebv notified an.I required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of Rose Averbouch, a/k/a Rose Auerbach de ce a s ed late of Dad* county. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges oi Ha.!,. County, and file the same In their offices In the County '.nuthouse in Hade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal nddresa of the claimant and to be -worn to an.I presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred See Section 7II.M of the IMS Probate Act Hate February 2.'.th, A.I). 1960. IRVING AIKRBACH, As Executor of the Ijist Will and Testament of Rose Averbouch, a/k/a Roe.Auerbaca, I c. cased. WEPMAN A WEPMAN i"7 Blacayne Building Miami M, K|,.ib|;. Attorneys for Estate. 3/4-11-18-25 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48(41.C RE Batata ..f MAX POPPER I ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claim* oi Demand* Agnin-t Saul Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claim* and demands which you may have against the .••<%  at. ,,f MAX POPPBR deceased late of Hade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their dfflcea In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from th. dati of Hie first publication hereof, or ihe same will be barred IDA POPPBR; v.lmlnlstratilv of the Estate of Max Popper. SHAPIRO & FRIKI. Attorn. % %  IM Lincoln Road, Suite 111 Miami Beanh IS, Florida i -1 v a LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engagIn business under the fictitious nami f ROHKRT'S IMPORTS at 22 Lin Road. Miami Bag Oh intend* to regi %  aid name with the Clerk of the Clr. cult Court of Dade County, Flo M. A. J. ASSOCIATES, IN (a Ha. coi-p.) Sole Owner ELI RREOKH Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road 2/12-19-2.: I I IN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th,t the undersigned, desiring to engage in business uader the fictitious numi RED APPLE RE8TACRANT AND SANDWICH SHOP at 2nr. N, Miami, tvenue, Miami, Horida Intend* to register said name with the Clerk f the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Horida. .11 AIM-HEN, INC.. a Horida Corporation—Sole Own. Pallot. Silver, Ballot, Stern A Mlnti Attorneys 701 Congress Bldg Miami, Ha. 2/12-19-2' IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4S677C IN RE: Estate ot LEWIS MANHEIM Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Parson* i ing claims or Demands Against .s.;id Batata: You are Baraby notified ami retired to present any claim* and demania which you may have against Ihe -tate of LEWIS MANHELM deceased hate of Dade County, Horida, to the. County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar month* from the date of the first publication hereof, ... ih.same will be barred. BESSIE MAMHE1M, Executrix JA.'K ANKl'S Attorney 42.. Lincoln Road Miami Beach t/t6. S/4-] LIBNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Horida Height Revision Bureau, a Horida corporation at 7623 North...-! 2nd Avenue, Miami. Horida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>*>le County. Florida TRANS-CONTINENTAL THAI I |C SERVICE BURBAI', INC LAWRENCE 1 IB.I L XNDI'!• Attorney for Trana-Contlnental I'ruf, Ice Bureau. Inc laltfl North•i VIH-l-2a NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY I11VEN that ih. in deslrina io axuras* In buslnea* under the fictitious name of RCIXIET HOMBS l'"H BETTER I.IVI.N.;. .. n .i .. %  M said ii...... with the clerk ot the Circuit ,,f |.i,i Florida. BUDGET HOMES rOR BE1 UVINO, INC LAWRENCE I Hi.i.i VM.II: Attorney for Budge II. for Belter Living. Inc. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 43777-A IN RE: Estate .,( CHARLES MEYROWITZ 1.. ri *sed. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCMARGE NOTICE I* b.rel.y given thai I have filed my Final Report and Petition foi Disti Ibuiion ..ml V tnal Discharge as Executrix .f (.March A.D., 1S0; otherwise, th* Bllf .•r Complaint for Divorce, heretoforefiled herein, w ill he taken as confessed by you. Dated at .Miami. Horida. this th* Mr.l day of February. 1960. E II LKATIIERMAN. clerk, circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida •eal) By HELEN KESjjLBR, Deputy Clerk .0OR.MAN B" MILES xttwrney for Plaintiff %  111 Alnslev Bldg Miami .12. Ha.—FR 1-5664 2/26. 3/4-11 -ll NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai | n. .! I. i In* to • ..gate in under the flctltlou* name of BI'DUET HOMES, .. Florida corporaMo :l.. .-• 7th Street. Miami, Florida Intend* lo reclit. name with Ih* 'lerk of toe I i .an i ..i I lade '.'.ii.iv. Florida IU'DOET HOMES FOR BETTER I.I VINO, INC LAWRENCE I H' 'LLANDEB Attorney for Budaret Home* for l.vuig. Inc. 1-18-2:. Hk> h wit. !" and vlca, were Fei "" %  %  I \lt..n HARRv Mil i BERNSTEIN I'eb. If re his As.,,. 1 "Men'Mn -her.' .nd •"'•urant owner, •he M'snil Show '•niorlal Park. baaria^ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C 23*6 JACK B WILEY Plaintiff. vs ION A f, WIIEV Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO lONA F. WILEY Jltlfl Miinsa H IVtrolt Ml. hl*an Vof SHE fi .TtFIFD thgt a plaint for Divorce has been filed %  gainst vou In th. i nnrt of ih .luillc'sl Circuit In and for Dade Connta Florida, cb Cause No IBC1BM by .1 v %  WIT IV and no are herei to serve a Cony ..f your An to on ALVIN ~ CAWS '"'';"''At torn* v, ai inI In. sin R id 'J 11 '" Isg. Miami Beach I • 'lie the original answer In the Of I the clerk of the •' r. uil before Aviil I •"'• nthi rw I iint will be t.ik' %  • %  as confr Dated t Miami this 2nd dsv of March tsiif v\ lerk. ill cmiii %  >>> Horida (seal) K M UTMAN. IVpotv Clerk 1/4-11-16 Horl.la. Horida. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. iOC 1814 AliTIII'R YELLIVi I, Plaintiff. MARY VELLICCI. Defendant COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE TO MART VEl.l.r.'.'l Ell s Avenue Bronx, NY You M tRT VELl.l-c 1 ire hereh' notified that a Complain I for I has been Pled agslnst you. an ,,,ir. .1 to *erve a cop' of yemr Answer or Pleading to the Complaint ,, n the plaintiff" Attorney, ALAN s|(FRR '"" Lincoln Road, Mlsml ind vflle the original Answer or Pleading In the office of n-k of the Circuit • before the Mth day of March. l6o. It \OII fall di m. nt by default will be taken aeainst v..u for the relief deman .'..midaint DON! ..f February. THERM \N. cb-k Horida .•eal) By: R. H RICE, JR. '"*"" Ota Clerk I 12-19-26,1/4 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW N. >T-rCE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersmned. d. --irliig to engage In • i ihe ficiiiioiis name >f S '4-1 1 • wORTON TOWERS COMPANY at r Bay Road, Miami Beach, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade Conntv. Horida. EMU. MORTON KiiVNTi: \ MVNNHKIMER Attorney* for Emll Morton : l-ll-ll %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 4S744-C IN RE Estate of TIL1.1E MEI.N1KER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cn I All Person* Ha> Ing Claims or liemsnds Against Skald You aie hcr.bv notified and retiulred to present an\ cliilms and demands which' vou mav hare against the estate of TILLIE MELNIKER deceased late of Dade County. Ha.rida. to the County Judges of iHa.le County, and file the same in their offices In the Cuniy Courthouse In Dade County, wiih:n eight calendar month* from the .1.. !ii-t publication A ill be hat ABII ..f •' ..f Tlllle Melnlker UOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN \ttorn. "t Fiagler St. Miami 3*. Horida 2.1S-26. 3/4-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 4B776-C IN RE: ESTATE lit ANNA SCHWARTZ, also known as ANNA KESDEN. 1 >. %  eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Credilols and All Persons H.Vang Claims or Demands Against Said Estate Y.aj. and each of you are hereby notified and i.ipiired to present claims and demands which you. or either of .mi, may have against th I ot Anna SohwarU, also RnOWn Inna Raatlen, Aaaaaaed late of Dade County. Horida. to the II.moral.I. County Judge* of Hade County, and f'le the same In theli' offices in tha Count> Coiirthouae In Dade County. Horida, within eight calendar month* from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands t.. contain ih. laaaj ad.lr. almant and to be sworn to and aforesaid, or Maine will be barred Bee Section 711.16 ..f the i >bai let. Date % %  %  %  A.D. IM ll'MI's KESDEN and PAl'I.A NADLEI:. A* Bxacntor* of the • Will and Testament of Anna shwartz, also known as Ami* Kemleti. deceased. RW 1.1th Terrace W.st Miami. Horida FI.KV STONE, 1010 Congress Bldg.. Miami. Ha. Attorney for Executor* 2/26. S Lll-lS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned.-desiring to engag. In business under Hie fictitious name of iNrierN CAB co at IIS B.W, tth St., Homestead, Fla.. Intend to ri ister said nam* with the clerk of the Circuit Cojirt of Dade Countv. Florida. I \MFS ROBINSON JOHNNIE JEFFERSON Sole Owner* DONALD I'. Fit.'ST V". Xopllcant lul'ont Bldg. 2/1S-26. a/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTBCK is li|.:i:t:nv OIVEN that Irlna to • npag. In buslm the fictitious name of vl.TV il ill S.W. l-'th A Miami int. nds to register said etk of the circuit County, Florida. V FOSTER. Sole l 1 1 tate Broker 'TH Attorn. \pp1lcant IMS SW 1st %  '-1S-26. 3/1 I



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Page 6-A *te*isHk>ridton Friday. March 4, I960 Bonds Off With $19 Million-Plus On. Mosbe Davan. the military i*ter of Ariilture. told more than Noting that Israe l is %  _**** leader who routed the Egyptiaa 1JM delegates from the United ed in any security tTMly w" ine armies in the Sinai campa lg xi n States and Canada that Israel was great powers to guaran le '" the winter of 19M? defrar-an &f conMeftt tMRr abilu> to defend safety of Israel, the Israel Icaaer day. night that Israel i> not mobilizing her army despite the fact that the Arabs are moving their forces closer to Israel's borders. At the same time, former PresTruman urged the I nited States to adopt a firm policy to bring about a settlement of the conflict between the Arab States and Israel. The" occasion marked the official launching of the I960 campaign to st I rs.873.550 in State of Israel Bonds for the country's economic envelopment. Samuel Komfc ru national chairman of Trustees o* the Israel Bond Organization, announced that subscriptions for the inauguration of the new drive for DC* amounted to the figure of SI.!JM— Admission to Sunday night's dinner was on the basis of the purchose of a minimum of $1,000 in I.-rael Bonds for each couple. Speaking at a dinner in his honor which climaxed the international inaugural conference for State ci Israel Bonds, the Israel military leader, who is now Israel's Minherself against any attack. Tl the Arabs started a war now. I have no doubt that they would lose it." he >aid. That is why we can allow ourselves in Israel not to mobiuxe our army even when the Arabs are moving their forces towards our borders, and thiis the reason why no -pecial meas ure> are bein? taken in Israel. People can go on livtng their ^ !" "•..."""; everyda) lives in conf.dence. said declared: In order to maintain the peace which e enjoy now in the Middle East. we have to see that the present balance of forces is not radi cally changed The Arabs should not feel at any time that they can destroy Nrael." He expressed hope that the big powers would aid in preserving the Israeli general who three years ago sliced through Egyptian forces to within reach of the Suez Canal in a brilliant 100-hour military operation. However. Gen. Dayan warned that it "would be a fatal mistake" to ignore the fact that the Arab states are receiving a steady flow of arms. "We see a steady flow of arms coming to me Arab countries and we hear Nasser declaring again and again his desire and aim to destroy Israel," ho said. "It would be a fatal mistake if just because he is not strong enough now, we should ignore what is happening around us." Referring to the recurrence of crisis in the Middle East. Mr. Truman said: "The bitter tendon between the State of Israel and its Arab neighbors can be eased by the use of the Tigris. Euphrates and Nile valleys. Our nation has a duty, an obligation to use its influence to bring about a settlement of this conflict. I hope that our policy will be firm on this point The mention of these regions was interpreted as an obvious reference to economic development as a means of resolving the outstanding problems which have stood in the way of peace in the Middle East. JVS Appoints Vocational Chief Lloyd L. Ruskin. president of Jewish Vocational Service board of directors, announced Wednesday the appointment of Arthur Sass as vocational and placement counselor The former President of the United States praised the State of Israel for its humanitarian achievements in the rescue of many hundreds of thousands of survivors of oppression in European lands. Recalling his role in the creation of the Stale of Israel in 1948. Mr. Truman, who was the first head of state to recognize the independence of Israel, observed. "I felt then and I feel now that this act Sass. a rehabilitation counselor, received a 1 degree ^frorn^ tee of national recognition of the newborn State of Israel was no more College of the City of Sew York. LLB from Brooklyn Law School, and an MA from New York University. He was previously a practicing attorney in New York. SASS SAL THE HANDYMAN tcpain iatsosiM. ciii1i|. •••etne, etc Cell after a W1 IH professional experience has been with the Institute for the Crippled and Disabled and the Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in New York. Sass's duties with JVS will include edocationalvocatienal counseling and |ob placement. Pnme function of JVS is to provide suitable employment for aged and handicapped people who are unable to work in regular industry Career counseling is offered to youth of high school and college age who need assistance in planning for their future professional endeavors. JVS is a member agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and is accredited by the American Psychological Assn and the American Personnel and Guidance A>-n than was required under the circumstances of the President of the United States I felt then and I still feel that it was not only the right thing to do but it was the best thine to do In the long range interest of our country. 'The claims of the Jews were just and it would have been an eternal reproach to mankind if they bad not been recognized." he said. CoL Jacob M Arvey. honorary chairman of the Chicago Israel Bond campaign, lauded Gen. Dayan "as a symbol of Israel's courage in the face of continued Arab hostility." His appointment as Minister of Agriculture about two months ago by Prime Minister Ben-Gurion was described by Col. Arvey as "striking testimony of Israel's desire to build for peace." MUSCULAR THERAPY (PHYSIATRIC) no-^iO-s.-ess X w 1 HEALTH CLINETTE ST AfTO U OW B a 211 S. Miami Avt. Phone Ft 4-717S MODERN WOOD INDUSTRIES, Inc. MA*uf ACTUS Of %  "CHEN CABINETS OFFICE FURNITURE ALL MICA COVERED "Sorv.co and Mcrcr.M*>M Owr tvn*u 1029 East 28th Street Phone OX 6-0771 call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIH Woo't Upset The B Aaeoia* mot aoiy five* ttromf**, W relief froaa Mia of aaadacae Vet H alao ao/ar. Waal apaat tae %  %  % %  i k aae UIHM effoeta. Toe •so. Aaacia is Uko a doctor a proscription.. That to, Aoacia contains not loot oao bat a osotataotta* of %  U i oslly provoo. active lnj-rodiaau. t rt oa n n o mn rti kata provod •mala im| caa givo lock •trona vet ease, sate leliaf a* DR. 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Page 14-B *ltwlsl>ncrkUn,ri Friday. March 4, 19$g Candidates Up For Questioning It will be a no holdsbarred. open slug-fest Tuesday evening at Beth David C(.ngi elation, when candidates or their representatives running in the May 3 primary for the office of Florida governor appear before Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith to answer questions pertaining to their background, platform, and political intentions. ( o chairmen of the program committee Martin Budnick. Richard Hurwich and Burton M. Michaels announced this week that definite acceptances had already been received from Farris Bryant. Ted David, and Sen. Fred O. Dick inson. Also invited were Sen. Harvie Belser, Jacksonville Mayor Ilaydon Burns. Sen. Doyle E. Carton, jr.. and John McC'arty. who will send representatives to answer the barrage of questions if prior commitments prevent them from attending. Ralph Renick. vice president in charge of news, television station WTVJ. will be moderator. Each of the candidates will discuss "What are the Real Issues in the Gubernatorial Campaign" in five-minute presentations. Members of the Dade County Metro politan Commisssion and Miami City Commission have been invited to begin the questioning from the floor. Questions will also come from the open floor. Speakers will have a three-minute summation. RALPH ffENfCK Sorin to Appear In Barry Recital Samuel Sorin will appear in a sonata recital with Eugene Dubois. concertmaster of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, on Sunday evening at Barry College Auditorium. The recital is the final musical event in the Barry College winter cultural series. Sorin, son of Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, of Miami, lives in Hollywood, Fla.. with his wife, Edith, and son and daughter He has appeared in concert and recital performances throughout the nation, often featured with topflight orchestras. Sorin is currently affiliated with his brothel, T. J. Sorin. of llolly wood. Adelman Says He's Candidate S. Howard Adelman is a candi-! date for Judge of the Small Claims Court in Group 2. The 32-year-old candidate holds a law degree from the University of Miami, which he received in 1952. He has practiced law in Dad* county for eight years, and it a member of the Florida Bar Assn. Adelman claims "civil and criminal trial experience boforo stato, federal and local courts." The candidate served in World I War II, and is a member of the U. S. Air Force Reserve. He has j been affiliated with the Dade County Democrats. National Assn. of Claimant's Compensation Attorneys. Alianza Interamericana. Civil Air Patrol. Toastmasters. and Junior Chamber of Commerce. Adelman is married to the for-1 mer Renee Ross, and the couple i own a home at SW 84th ct., Miami. Folk School Fete Due on Sunday David Plnskl K lk s, ho01 wl hold its opening celebration Suntej evening at the KHz Plaza hotel L Rulimsi.'in, executive director of the national committee of the Jewish Folk Schools of America, will be guest speaker. Musical and literary program will include Rose Rosamond soprano, in a presentation of Yiddish and Israeli songs; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yomen. leading community, singing; and Max B. Astor. in, readings from Sholem Alcichem. M. Chomitz will be master of ceremonies. Purim Festival Due Wednesday Purim Festival sponsored jomt•\y by BenGurion Branch of Farband" and Poale Zion. Chaim Greenberg Branch, will be held Wednesday evening at Beth fcl, Congregation. | Rose Rosamund, soprano, win; lead the group in Hebrew, English, and Yiddish songs. Louis Lasavin. of the David Pinski Folkschule will discuss "Significance ofPurim." Irving Sachs, president of BenGurion Branch, and Dr. Simon Wilensky. president of Chaim Greenberg Branch, are also scheduled on the program. Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff is chairman of arrangements, assisted by Bernard Furman. Committee members also include Mesdames W. Beckwith, L. Dukler, A. Fox, S. Halpenn, R. Ishlon, M. Kahn. J. Krantz, S. Lerner, A. Marcus, S. Robbins. I. Sachs. M. Seeman. S. Wilensky. and A. S. Bild. Brandeis University Fellows Mrs. Jennie Grossmger and Harold Turk (left), join with Ernest Janis, life membership chairman of the Miami Brandeis Club, in a tribute to Dr. Abram L. Sachar, who is being honored here this week on the occasion of his 12th anniversary as president of the Waltham, Mass., institution. The festivities began with a kick-off luncheon at the Fontainebleau Monday. Youth Orchestra To Perform All-Miami Youth Symphony Orchestra will hold its second annual Viscaya concert Sunday. 3 p.m.. at Dade county's Art Museum, The 80-piece orchestra, composed of muaieiani between 13 and 19 yean of age, is conducted tyy Robert Stra-sburg. Six works will feature a'lOlO i-is Kenneth Conklyn. double bass; Paul Strassburg. viola; and Elliot Chapo. violin Program includes Finlandia. Sibelius; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. Mozart; Concerto for Double Basi and Viola, Von Dittersdorf; Fan fare for the Common Man, Copeland; Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Wieniawski; and Symphony in C major, Schubert. HoHahan Seeks To Succeed Self State Rep. George L. Hollahan. jr.. has announced his candidacy for reelection aDade county representatlve, Group 1. "Hollahan. who is seeking his third term in the House, steered] nan than 37 general laws to passage in the 1950 session.'" his supporters declare, adding that "he | wai the leader in passing the State Library Aid Bill, program ol the Council on Traffic Safety, which included the point system for Florida, Mortgage Brokers Control Act, and many Others." Hollahan was chairman of the Committee on Military and VeteranAffairs while holding meniberahlpa on seven other commitiirHoilahan'a platform includes a program for strengthening of Florida's uuli cent literature JaWS, improvement of Florida' %  traffic safety program, with emphasiin driver education, and requirements for juvenile drivers." Hollahan. who is a practicing attorney, his wife, Anne, and their four children reside in Coral Ga btes. 'Pinafore 1 Slated At Dade Audit. One of the most entertaining light operas will play at the Dade County Auditorium on Friday. Mar. 11. Slated is "H.M.S. Pinafore," by Gilbert and Sullivan. Outstanding among well-favored tunes are "We Sail the Ocean Blue," "When I Was a Lad," "I'm Called Little Buttercup." "I Am the Monarch of the Sea," and others. Gilbert, hearing this, wrote a series of potmt and than passed tham on to Sullivan, who composed music for "H.M.S. Pinafora" in two weeks. This is the second show that Gilbert and Sullivan wrote for their first company, when it opened in May. 1878. The composition was inspired by the fact that Queen Victoria transformed a publisher into an admiral whose name wai w H. Smith. Flora Previn, Marguerite Barns. Edward DePaul and Joseph Knis (ley are the main characters. The three clay engagement will be Friday, Mar. 11. and Sunday. Mar. 13, at 8:30 p.m. There will be a special matinee performance Sunday. Mar. 13 for school students of Dade county. Tickets are on sale at Amidon Music Company in Coral Gables. Lincoln lane Camera Shop in Mi ami Beach. Dade County Auditon iin. and the Loom bldg., 7325 Red rd., Coral Gables. Candlelight Supper Here Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood held a candlelight supper for members leal week at the Unified bldg., 171 Nl 23rd ave. In charge of arrangements was Mrs. Jack Lipsiner. membership chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Siegal and Mrs. Hy Bloom were in charge of Paulette Goddard To Open in 'Laura' The quick-stepping musical comedy revue, "Angel in the Wings," goes into its second and final week at the Coconut Grove Playhouse playing through Sunday evening, Mar. 6. There will be no performance tomorrow nigbt (Monday). Next at the Coconut Grove Playhouse will be the adult murdermystery thriller, "Laura," starring Miss Paulette Goddard and Reginald Gardiner, which opens Mar. 8 and plays through Sunday, Mar. 20. "Laura." which has been immortalized in a magazine serial. a novel, movie, song and radio show, is no sudden shriek and-abody-falls-out-of-the-closet sort of melodrama. It tells the story of a detective's investigation of the murder el a beautiful and clever career girl in New York, Laura Hunt,,who had been fatally attractive to a number of men. The sheeting turns out to havt been performed on another girl by mistake, when Laura herself appears to belie her own death, and to fall under suspicion of instigating the one that did occur. Dramatized by Vera Ca-pary and George Sklar, from MisC'aspary's best-selling novel of the same name, "Laura" deals frankly with an adult theme. Waldo Lydecker, Laura's dilettantish admirer, played by Gardiner, loves Laura but not in an ordinary way —and so tries to prevent other men from loving her. A famous Paramount PictuW star. Miss Goddard was sun recently in "Anna Lucasta" and "Paris Model." Gardiner. also motion picture star, appeared at the Grove Playhouse last in Gore Vidal's -Visit to a Small Planet." Hendrik Berns In New Position Hendrik Berns. Sunday editor of The Miami News, has been appointed assistant managing editor "or the Hearst papers in Baltimore. Md. The publications include th< News Post and the Sunday Amer ican. Berns begins his duties in Baltimore on Mar. 15. Prior to his position on The Miami New-, he was Magazine editor for The Mi ami Herald the menu, and Mrs. Paul Sedriss prepared the centerpiece decora-j tion. Alec Guinness, flanked by Jo Morrow and Ernie Kovacs, in the Carol Reed production, "Our Man in Havana," the story of a vacuum cleaner salesman who become* entangled with espionage. This comedy thriller is now at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. Artists and Models Ball Greater Miami's second annual Artists and Models Ball will take place Saturday evening at the Fon tainebleau hotel. Costume theme will be "Mythology." SAVE' EARN l from the PERANNUM (CURRENT BATE) 'Onp of 'he Notion s ^ Oldest ond Dade Federal


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.1 %  9. Page 2-A -Jmlsti nt>rXtiton Friday. March 4, 1955 Dag to Fete Qurion, Eye Mid-East JTA— By Direct Teletype Wire UNITED NATIONS Premier Ben Gurion has cabled acceptance States, it w Tuesday. Hammarskjold had cabled anlinL<> Secretary 3eneral Dag.. Hem" x aati<1fr*to Ben-Gurion MontTSy*. marskjold of an invitation to be his 1 wnen he was informed that the guest at some time during his Israel Prime Minister intended to forthcoming visit to the United v j s jt the United States next week in a private capacity to receive a degree at Brandeis University. The Secretary General also sent word to Ben-Gurion that he would hold himself available for such discussions as the Prime Minister might find useful and convenient. announced here United Nations or at Ilammaf skjolds estate at Brewster a ho.* 30 miles out of New York City Ike United Nations e. Yeshiva Donors At Mar. 3 Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick (right) receive citation from Dr. Benjamin Fine, dean of the Graduate School of Education at Yeshiva University, for their contribution as "Ambassadors" of Yeshiva, annual donors of SI,000 or more toward a tuition scholarship. Presentation was at meeting here this week planning the Thursday, Mar. 3 "Ambassadors" dinner at the Sterling hotel. Rabin to Attend Educators 1 Meet Saul Rabin will represent Beth David Congregation at the eighth annual Educators Assembly convention Mar. 27 to 30 at Grossinger's hotel. Grossinger, N. Y.. it was announced by Sidney Aronovitz. president. A unique experiment with a teacher-training program, the ex tension of the school week and the establishment of a Hebrew high sehool will be among the educa-| &4. &UHCC Prescription Specialists NOW IN TWO MODERN Aff-CONDITIONED, ENLARGED BEACH LOCATIONS MORE PAKKING SPACf CONVfHlfMT TO UISU 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phene JE S-742S fatr. WoshinateH Avt. Mfflniu 728 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FUIM CONTACT LENSES tional achievements to be hailed by principals from more than 100 Conservative congregations in the United States and Canada, who will attend the convention. Keynoting the convention will be Dr. Jacob Agus. rabbi of Congregation Beth El. Baltimore, who 'will address delegates on "Toward a Consistent Philosophy of I Jewish Education." A discussion led by William B. I Lakritz. educational director of the Philadelphia Board of Jewish Education for Conservative, Schools, and a Torah study session I on problems in Bible teaching, led by Rabbi Moses Zucker of the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary, are among the key sessions scheduled for convention delegates. According to Max J. Etra. dinner chairman. Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University, was to be guest speaker before "Ambassadors" of Yeshiva University at a dinner honoring them at the Sterling hotel on Thursday. Mar. 3, 7 p.m. Dr. Benjamin Fine, dean of the Graduate School of Education, was also to be on the program. An "Ambassador" is a donor of $1,000 a year towards the tuition of a worthy student of Yeshiva. who could otherwise not afford to attend the university. According ; to Etra, more than $1,000,000 is an anally raised by "Ambassadors" to help Yeshiva students to complete their studies. Local Miami Beach residents who are "Ambassadors" of Ye-| jshiva include the following: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin. Charles If. Bendheim, Siegfried! Bendheim. Mr. and Mrs. Morris,'^ Bienenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. I Cantor. Jacob C. Cohen, Mr. and,> Mrs. Joseph Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. |J Morris Falk. Mayer H. Frankel, % Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. Mrs. Nellie C. King. Mr. and Mrs. WilJ liam Kline. Mr. and Mrs. Sam I.n by. sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rudnick. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz. Harry Sirkin and Morris Sugarman. Final arrangement! for the meeting of the two men will depend on the schedule being arranged for Ben-Gurion, who is expected to spend some time in Washington during his brief stay in the United States. Tentative plans provide for the two men to meet on Thursday, Mar. 10, for talks on Middle East questions, and for Hammarskjold to tender a luncheon on that date in Ben Gurion'i honor. The meeting might be held at the supervised by betfi din COMMUNITY VAAD HAKASHRUTH Graber's kosher meat mkr. 441 SW 17tn AVE. FR 9-6266 specializing in lean meat -orresMa. dents' Assn. cabled Ben-<; ur „. Tuesday inviting him to an assom. tion luncheon in his honor on Mat 11 or any other day convenient u him. In Washington, meanwhile the White House advised that no defi. nite appointment has yet been established for Ben-Gurinn to meet with President Eisenhower but they "assume it will be." DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK M. 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Friday. March 4, 1960 +Jen>ist> fhrihtr Page 13-B "Corsage for You" is a new feature of Th?Jewish Floridian A corsage is free for the asking, and will be presented to each mother of a&>r or Bas Mitzvah if requested a monthJn advance tONAlD RITA HOWARD SJtVtN William and Ltwis Shilane j services Mar. 5. Rabbi Leon KronBar Mitzvah of William and Lew-! ish „ wi officiate. %  is Shilane, two brothers, will be' Ronald is the son of Mr and lotMrwl on Saturday, Mar. 5, at: "[?• Ervin s, uart. 7035 Rue Gran iTIfereth Israel Northside Center, i v .'" e and attends the confirmation |Rahhi Harry L. Lawrence will ofclass of 5722 at Temple Beth Shotficiatc. | l om William and Lewis are the sons f Mr and Mrs. Morris Shilane, 1 Howard Hyman 1055 NW 75th st. Saturday services at the Israelit Hi ii is a student in the! it? Center on Mar. 5 will include ghth grade at Miami Edison, and the Bar Mitzvah of Howard J. Hynvii attends ninth grade at Mi-.man, with Rabbi Morton Malavsky a:n I Central High. I officiating. Their parents v. ill honor the Howard is the son of Mr. and I being hosts at the CenMrs. Edward Hyman. 2410 SW 27th I evening Oneg Shabbat % % • %  He attends seventh grade at nd Kiddush following the Bar Shenandoah Junior High, where he itzvah ceremony on Saturday. is on the honor roll, earned his ('.randparents are Mr. and Mrs. school letter in sports, and belongs \athan Lighter and Mr. Philip to the band. Howard attends the Israelite Center religious school. His grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Yeshiva Debaters To Meet U of M NEW YORK-Eleven Yeshiva College undergraduates will travel a total of 7.508 miles in nine days starting Mar. 6 and find themselves back in their Wash. ipgtgn Heights classrooms at the eiu of the most ambitious debating schedule ever attempted. The 11th annual winter tour of, the Yeshiva University Debating Society will send five teams into 17 cities in nine states to debate against 27 different colleges. A $1,100 budget is needed just to move the six seniors, two juniors and three freshmen around the nation. The trips will be as far south as Coral Gables. Fla., where the University of Miami will be met; as far west as Chicago. HI., for debate with the University of Chicago; and as far north as Cambridge. Mass.. tor a meet with Harvard University. Hoberman to Run In Surfside Race Louis B. Hoberman announces | that he will be a candidate for | councilman in the forthcoming elections in Surfside. Hoberman, a resident here since 1945, is president of the Dade chapter, American Jewish Congress, president of the Surfside Music So ciety, chancellor commander of the George Gershwin Lodge. Knights of Pythias, vice president of the Miami Beach Music and Arts League, vice president of the Surfside Civic Assn. (1959), and a member of numerous other organizations He has also been activt in Surfside with tht fund-raising campaigns of Combined Jewish Appeal. United Fund, and Mt. Sinai Hospital. He is a member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, alumni associations of Vermont and WosItyan (Conn.) Universities, and also served with the Connecticut National Guard. Temple Judea artist Samuel Grodensky shows his painting, Reading of the Sacred Scrolls." to Victor Reiter, president of Temple Judea, and Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual leader. The painting was among other "living color" works recently exhibited in a one-man show by Grodensky, and will be presented to the Temple in ceremonies here Sunday evning. Grodensky, also noted as a sculptor, will leave shortly for Israel to visit the Jewish State's religious colonies for background for future canvases. Noted Jurists On Committee Milane, nil of Miami. Miner, of New York City, will be Miami Beach High ^chooTs^or;-a. here to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah 9065CarIyle ave, Surfside. occasion. Rabbi Rita Alfred Sokolow Waxman will offiIvan Kasser Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offiate at ihe Bar Mitzvah of Ivan n Saturday morning, Mar. at Temple Zion. "van is the son of Mrs. Shirley sser lie b) a ami Juni... Sokolow during Friday evening I services of Temple Zion on Mar. 4.1 Rita is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sokolow. She is an! 1 A1A student at South Miami Junior High, where she majors in science. She has attended Temple Zion ; number of A number of distinguished local lodges and attorneys have been named honorary chairmen of the Attorneys' Division dinner in behalf of the 1960 Combined J Appeal, it was revealed this by Julian Weinkle and Irving iBingi Kossoff. C'JA co-chairmen heading the Trades and Profesdinner sponsored by Greater Miami attorneys in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal, which was to have been held Thursday, 7 p.m'., at the Jewish Home for the Ajed. Hoberman is in the hotel supply business, and resides with his wile. Estelle, and daughter. Barbara, a sions Division. Division chairman Richard E. Other vice chairmen for the dinner event are Herman M. Berk, Leon A. Epstein. Marshall Feuer, Judge Milton Friedman, Charles H. Greenberg. Louis Heiman, DanPrvinJ e n r v lT U r d ,h H 3t j"" 8 iel N J "?"" %  Le Kaplan. SevIrwng Cypen, Baron de Hirsch, mour Kcith of Surfside as it is. by a strict en *"""* Jud e Jos *P h "*H Also Walter C Kovner Don He is a student at West' ", a ""\ ?"' !" "" % % %  forcement of all zoning regula"> %  serve as honorary chairMayerson. Phillip Schiff. Max R. mi Junior High, where he a J te al ,h Bas •V U vah of R,,a t,ons Hoberma n believes that the, men of the important fund raising Silver. Harry Smith. George TaliHis platform will be "to retain the present residential community M>S trumpet in the band, han ,-ridod Temple Zion i i hool since 1953, and ie hjj studies in i : i present proportion of commercial and residential areas "are adequate." function. Martin Fine is chairman of the anoff. David M. Trau. Robert H. Traurig. Saul T. Von Zamft. and Harry Zukernick. Ronald Stuart Beth Sholom will be the religious school for a I liar Mitzvah of Ronald years. r ur; during Saturday morning |STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant Oldest and best known da ry restaurant serving LUNCH and DINNERS. W OUR SHOAL ROUMANIAN CHUSi MCHS Ml Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 THI | IS DINNERS from 'Uff *"• Wme, Seltzer A Kntshe. r RETAIL OiLlCATRMiN Beautifully Catered Affairs Call JE 4-MSS Steven Mandell Steven Mandell will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning Mdces, Mar. 5. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Steven is a student in the confirmation class of 5722 at Temple Beth Sholom. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mandell. 835 W. 47th st. • • • Barry Burt Mincha services at the Israelite Center on Saturday. Mar. 5. will include the Bar Mitzvah of Barry Burt. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate. Uietjry tiwi 4 aaobattt Observed. Full tint* Mashaiach. 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... 0 n J *' .Vie 0(/c oman ^ Carol (Mrs. Arthur) Courshon home from the hospital after surgery, feeling fine, and busy writing "thank you" to so many friends who remembered her The Maurice Serottas" uncle, Dr. Abraham Pletman, and Mrs. P. in town from Schcnectedy, N.Y., staying at the Casablanca His daughter and son-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Leon I, .me. and children also visiting here Lots of entertaining for Mrs. Robert Bouron (former Cynthia Krensky) by her two favorite ns Mrs. Harry Smith hostess at a morning coffee, with in asking Cynthia how it feels to live in Paris as the wife ,f a real, live Frenchman Her Bob's a med student Luncheon I, Mrs. Thomas Gerard in her new Keystone Point home, Judy niaking sure everyone said hello to her visiting cousin. Mr MI Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Lil) Lipsiner celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary Feb. 29 They were married in New Haven, Conn., three Leap Years ago The couple and their children, Mitchell Dean and Lorene, live at 16951 NE 81st pi. Lil's membership chairman of Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood Jack terves on the Temple board of directors Travelers Mr. and Mrs. Philip Slomovitz—he's the noted editor of the Detroit Jewish News—in Miami Beach at the Martinique Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Epstein in town for a day on their way to Nassau, where they are vacationing with relatives He's the New York advertising exec Meyer Halperin, of New York. w-iiing his mother, Mrs. Esther Halperin. winter resident at the Sterling hotel, prior to leaving for Israel Also at the Sterling: Dr Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University, and Max Etra, chairman of the board of trustees of Albert Einstein medical school! Off they went to Europe, the Robert Lewins, but not before Mrs. Raymond Rubin entertained for Helene at a delightful Bon Voyage luncheon at her home Do-it-yourself gifts included a iron, clothes pins and clips, along with a washline and assortment "f hangers Guests included Mesdames Burton Goldstein, Pir hard Steiner, J. C. Hofmayer. Irwin Kuntz, Harry Markowitz, Jw Davis, Bernard Kramarsky, Stuart Gordon. William Lehman ,.M! .lay Schwartz The Harry Smiths' party a rip-roaring success, the 150 guests fll auv<> ... It was a 6 to 8ish cocktail affair honoring the engagenun' I Miss Gail Heller to Bennett Lifter Mrs .John Owen's home on N. Bay rd. a beautiful site for the 1(1 A Women of the Year" coffee Mrs. Richard E. Hecht, [mother of six, adorable in her introduction of the guest speaker Bevy of Mt. Sinai Auxiliary volunteers in their cheery cherry |uniform-: Mrs. Harry Lack, Mrs. Seymour Rubin, Mrs. Abe Schon|feld. Mrs. Jules Gillette. >MC Ml Ml Enjoyable reunion at the Algiers hotel featured Dr. Carroll p.Vu-u n president of New York University, guest of honor at a %  mall dinner party tendered by Dave Levinson Jules Slutsky, Id the Nevele Country Club in the Empire State, extended his stay [at the Algiers to dine with the head of the school from which he I received his. degree 25 years ago Also present: Dr. Irving ll.ehrman—"I once attended a lecture by Dr. Ncwsom, which makes lme a friend if not an alumnus of the school"—Howard Dressner. the lent's administrative assistant; and Jack Ross, Algiers public relations exec, despite his CCNY diploma Algiers co-owner with Levinson, Lou Kenin, absent because of a lame shoulder. Ml MC MC Ml Birth daze: Dr. and Mrs. Arthur (Judy) Gilbert announce the arrival at Jackson Memorial Hospital of their first-born, a son, I Robert Cecil, who weighed in Feb. 26 at 9 lbs. 14 oz. Grandunts are Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C Myers, long-time Miami com1 '> %  leaders, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert, of the Town irant Vnd: Nina Joy, born Feb-. 24>me, Miami Grandchildren | dr <' D.na, 16. Stuart, 10, Melanie. 7, and Wendy, 4. arm arm arm More on Birth Front: Rabbi and Mrs. Eugene Labovitz, of (< ,, r T n >d. named their daughter Shiri Alyssa—"My Song Jy in Hebrew—Saturday at a Kidduab in the Temple. 11 • c W 40tn wed( "n* anniversary for the Joseph ^Silvermans L' ( '"' ay w,,h **ais at 8 on the dock, followed by dinner in U.-. !" 1 i L ** ,ovely In red ... All the neighbors invitedbe f / Go,d,e Cohens husband, Lou, sick in bed and observing IEUPJH" I m ,he wind0 Guests included Rabbi and Mrs. ne Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg, Mr. and Mrs. Henry In" %  AU Ro H Kauffmnn. *> r ""d %  *" Max Eder Irps and brothenn-law, Mr. and Mrs Harry Weinberger, and their Continued en Pag* Ill "Wor/J


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Page 10-A Jfvlttrhrldktr Friday, Marcg 4. I960 Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus H. Gordon, of Waltham, Mass., were honored by Brandeis University Club leaders at a dinner reception Sunday in the Ivory Tower of the Saxony hotel. A world famous archaeologist and chairman of the Department of Mediterranean Studies at Brandeis, Dr. Gordon lectured the same evening on "The Dead Sea Scrolls." Shown with the honored guests are (left to right) Ernest Janis, life membership chairman of the Miami Brandeis Club; Harold Turk, first vice president; and Dr. Stanley Frehling, president. Louis Gold Eyes Surf side Seat Louis J. Gold. Surfside civic leader who has just completed two terms as president of the Surfside Civic Assn., recently filed his nominating petitions as a candidate for Surfside Town Council. Election is Mar. 15. Gold resides with his wife. Gus, at 601 aoth st.. and they have been residents of Surfside in the same house since 1941. Gold was admitted to practice law in New York in February, 1908, and was in active practice in New York until he moved to Surfside. He was elected to the Town Council in 1954 and served until March. 1958. Gold joined the Surfside Civic Assn. in 1946, was chairman of its law and finance committee, later for many years was > its secretary, and for the past two years was president of the associa tion. In 1954. a citizens committee for off-street parking plan elected Gold chairman of the committee. Along with Martin C. Gordon and Jack Justice, named by him as vice chairmen, he was reportedly successful in getting Surfside to approve the bond issue to augment the plan. Gold was a member of the charter revision committee of Surfside in 1957. He is a member of Miami Beach Elks Lodge 1601, Surfside Masonic Lodge, North Shore Kiwanis Club, and life trustee of Temple Ner Tamid. 1001$ C01D LONG DISTANCE MOVING to oil points in the country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE ACE-R.B.VAI* 1.1 \ US. INC. 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue NI 5-6496 MIAMI JVS Meeting Due Here Mar. 23 Jewish Vocational Service will hold an open meeting on Wednesday evening. Mar. 23, at the Deauvillc hotel, according to Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, chairman of the program committee. Dr. Jess Spirer. director of the University of Miami Guidance Cen-' ter, will chair the Mar. 23 meetlag. Highlight of the program will be ; the presentation, "The Day They Gave Me the Gold Watch." which I portrays the problems of people over 65 trying to live on Social Security. Ben Essen. Miami attorney will have the lead role. Participating on the program committee with Mrs. Feinberg are William Goldting. Marshall Harris, Mrs. Eugene Heiman, and Mrs. Gerald Soltz. Kling Addresses Groups Samuel G. Kling, author, marriage counselor and columnist for' The Jewish Floridian, addressed; the Sisterhood of Temple Sinai, of Hollywood, Monday on "The Re-1 volt of the Middle-Aged ManWednesday, Kling spoke before the Women's Division of the Chamber of Commerce of Surfside, Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Islands. AJCom. in Talks With PR Officials Conferences with top Puerto Kuan officials featured the activities of an American Jewish Committee delegation this week returned from there. Representing s i x communities, the 32 AJC representatives spent eight days in Puerto Rico at the invitation of the government In order to consider community relations issues of concern to them. The Miami delegation included chapter president Nathan B. Rood and Mrs. Rood, national vice president Baron de Hi rich Meyer and Mrs. Meyer, chapter vice president Charles Finlcetstein, Southeast area director Seymour Samet and Mrs. Samet. Other AJC leaders represented chapters in New York, New Jersey. Cleveland, Bosten and Philadelphia. Interested in community relations factors affecting population movement, the AJC delegation was invited to discuss with officials of the Puerto Rican government the integration of newcomers on the mainland. "Since Puerto Ricans are facing some of the same problems confronted by earlier groups arriving from other cultures, it was felt techniques could be evaluated and implemented so as to avoid further development of intergroup tensions in large cities In the U. S., M Rood explained Wednesday. Whilo in San Juan, the mayor -received tho delegation at a cocktail parly in his homo, and pretontod a key to the city to the delegation's co-chairman, Philip Hoffman, of New Jersey, and Judgo Morrit Ploscowe. Later &f he group were guests of the president of the Puerto Rican Senate. 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cJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Number 10 Miami, Florida, Friday, March 4, 1960 Two Sections — Price 20* n-Gurion to Visit U.S. Next Week Flip Assumes No Trouble Brewing in Middle East; Will Get Brandeis Degree NO COMFfOfMCf MOTION Of flATID PAGf 7-4 INCITfMfNT TO WAN „ PkCi I l-A KALEM—(JTA)— Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion wul go Bed States to receive an honorary doctorate from Brandeis %  on Mar. 9. %  taie Minister's office issued a communique which said that Minister had accepted* to receive the degree | Laws next Wednesday, i iy will take place on j University campus at ass. Mr. Ben-Gurion %  "Science and Ethics but ions of Greece, InHHMl MIHISJta BtN-GUItlOH i Israel rjretive sources here emit NMt th sol* purpose of • Minister's visit was to MM doctorate. It was Ml, also, that tho Prim* ^Acceptance *f the inEbts time was indicaI fact that Mr. I net expect B^eb countrie* in the %  future. sources insisted that fnx> plans for the Prime meet President Eisen cretary of State ChrisThe invitation was month ago, and the ved the visit Suned by law. The Prime ecompanied by Mrs. and Yitzhak Navon, [secretary, will fly to [return directly to IsMinister Levi Eshcting Prime Minister. twspapers were late iicting that Premier rould at least pay a at the White House thcoming flying visit ) Minister's most rePthe United States was $1 in connection with %  el Bond drive. Prime Minister, who considerable time in Tax-Exempt UJA Status In No DangerGoldmann 'GRUtSOME MISCARMAOt Of JUSTKT Mary/and Legislator Hits Rockwell Verdict, D.C. Police Handling DISOtOfsUY CONDUCT CHARGES DUOfrED PAGt 3 A JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire NEW YORK—Negotiations are now going on between the Jewish Agency and fund-raising organizations in the United States with a view of ensuring participation of American Jewish leaders in determining the spending of funds raised in this country for Israel, Dr. Nahum Gold-1., • •. %  _,. ano Americans arc Dcmg uemann, chairman of the Jewish Agency, revealed at a preas conference I prived of the ,4^ to defend t hemhere Tuesday. I selves and their families from the —I The negotiations, he said, may threat of an awful death." conclude this month, following' which a public statement will be issued. He emphasized that the Jewish Agency had long sought : isuch participation. He said that, the tax-exemption status of the United Jewish Appeal is in no danger. WASHINGTON—(JTA>—Rep. Samuel Friedel, Maryland Democrat, said Monday in a House speech that the U.S. Attorney General should consider prosecution under the Smith Act of George Lincoln Rockwell, Fuehrer of the American Nazi Party. He termed Rockwell "disruptive to the peace and security of our nation." He criticized the handling of the Rockwell affair by the District of Columbia police. Commenting on the arrest ol* — — Irving Berman, a local Jewish 1 communal leader who protested against the distribution of Rockwell's Nazi handbills. Rep. Friedel said "a more gruesome miscarriage of justice could not be imagined." He said the police protected Rockwell's Nazi agitators. U.S. Charged With Prejudice Against Jews NEW YORK-(JTA)-The Amer ican Jewish Congress called Sunday for a Congressional investigation of what it termed the Federal Government's "failure* 4 to take effective action in "preventing growing religious and other discrimination against American citizens by foreign nations." The organisation's national administrative and executive com mittees adopted a resolution at a joint quarterly meeting, urging a, "thorough probe of apparent government involvement in the as• sault on the rights of American | trihTsTuVofthe';ten by Arab League countries, of the ancient world vu l 0 %* r land s in Asia „L nd /? rt ; > a leading exponent of!;" Th resolution called for a g role of science in Dr. Goldmann made H clear that the Jewish Agency had informed the various parties in Israel which receive funds from the Agency en condition that they conduct ne fund-raising campaigns ef their own in the United Stares that after 1960 Continued en Page 3-A Rep. Friedel stressed that "within the s h a dows of the Capitol of the United States handbills are being distributed that call for the erection ef gas evens to exterminate the Jews." He added: "Rockwell and his people have been distributing this material openly and without any hindrance en the part of the police officials ef this city." Calling attention to District of Columbia laws that state It is forbidden to act "with intent to provoke a breach of the peace," or to Continued en Page 5-A Pro-Nasser Arabs Detained As Journal is Suspended TEL AVIV—(JTA)—Several leaders of a small ultra-nationalist Berlin Mayor Makes Light Of Incidents WEST BERLIN-fJTA) Mayor Willy Brandt of West Berlin told I the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Tuesday that its democratic youth is Germany's insurance against the possibility of a resurgence of Nazism. The mayor said the recent antiSemitic outbreaks were not the result of an organized plot but the work of two types of people—"people still blinded by Nazism, or just plain hooligans, mischief-makers and crackpots." He insisted that there was no "political significance whatever" in the outbreaks. "The fact that the same things happened elsewhere," he said, discussing the epidemic of swastikas, "does not excuse us. What happened here must be regarded more seriously because one thinks Continued on Page l-A social progress, is a % scholar, as well as a He is the author ofj Its on his nation and its Horary degree will be upon Mr. Ben-Gurion in convocation called for Congressional these charges: investigation group.of Israel Arabs whose slogan was reported to be "Nasser is our ; Ben-Gurion" were detained and their periodical suspended after extenj 1. The State Department has entered into a "gentleman's agreement" with Pakistan not to assign any members of the Jewish faith fo American dipleContinued on Page l-A sive agitation against Israel authorities, it was disclosed this week. The group, which has its head* quarters in Nazareth, split off recently from an earlier Arab group formed several years ago under the name "Popular Front," which called for bettering the conditions of Israel's Arab minority. te Dep 't. Denies AJC Allegation ITON —(JTA) — State anti-Jewish agreement with Saudi I Although highly placed individuT h e smaller extremist group began publishing an unlicensed periodical which attacked Israel authorities and slandered Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and ether officials, including the governors who direct military rule ef the Arab-populated border areas, officials said. They reported also that cells ofj Arab youth, principally intellectuals, were organized in the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Some of It spokesman is week sought Lincoln Arabia. He said the United States als in the executive department the Arab members openly anto deny denied the existence of any ar-, are fighting a new policy to bar nouncer their support of the reWhen authorities decided that E Jewish Congress charges rangement with Saudi Arabia to Jews from assignment to Pakisgjme of President Nasser of the Department discriminates bar American military personnel tan, Mr. White contended that no j United Arab Republic. %  Americans of Jewish faith ou* Jewish faith from that country, such discrimination existed. He Kment of U. S. personnel He added, however, that Saudi offered as "proof" the comment Em country. Arabia "in exercise of its sever-: that some U. S. officers who have | the incitement had become danevidence ,0 the con-.eign rights" had "normally re .! rved in Pakistan recaUed there gerous they closed down the pe•' ">~ Jews there. (The is-, riodical and detained several lead r. wnue contended that fused to issue entry visas to perfted States has made no sons of Jewish faith." were some (The Continued en Page 13-A Continued on Page 5 A United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold will be host to Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion during the latter s stay here next week, and the White House "assumes" a date will be made for the Prime Minister and President Eisenhower to meet. See Page 2-A. I



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Friday. March 4, 1960 +Je*lsti Fk>rSdHan Page 11-A Israel Warm of Arab Incitement' the Israel letter to the Security having "dangerously undermined Council complained about docu the armistice structure." The letments which "might tend to blur ter cited Israel proposals earlier „ wrr[ n MA TinN_,iT tl TU IT ... L „ L he fundamcn,al iss "es of this this month for meetings with the UNITED NAIION5>—(JIA)-The United Arab Republic's psychoGen. von Horn had proposed a dan 8 er "s situation." | Syrians and objected strongly to logical warfare thrusts at Israel reached a stage this-week that spurred division of land in the demilitarThe letter charged Syria with the decisions of the Mixed ArmisIsrael to warn the United Nations Security Council to act promptly zea Mne between Israel and Arab! having conducted a policy of ag-' tice Commission made in the abagainst •^rtTrnpafgrr f open wwitCHTent'tT* ww.itrnitn-at,,.^ ^n,..!,/^,^ %  %  Mi-fressinn, tnuar rf Israel and withisence of the Israel representatives to be separated by a IOmeter buTlZZZ — ^=-— *fer zone. He said the division would not impair the legal claim of either side but would provide a practical means to assure restora-* tion of tranquility. He reported that earlier this The warnjng was contained in a letter in which Israel said that the CAR had been intensifying its policy of hostility against Israel and that the campaign had reached "dangerous dimensions." The latest of a series of aggressive heavily armed with Russian weapons, war* reported to have been deployed on the Caia-lsraal border. Another factor in the letter was declarations was made by UAR a statement by Nasser listing as month he had renewed efforts to President Nasser in Syria where "dead" the Tripartite Agreement obtain Israel agreement to that he "repeatedly proclaimed his of Britain, France and the United Proposal. He added that the situacountry's policy of war, blockade States of 1950 which in effect tion had "at least for the present" and boycott against Israel, threatguaranteed the existing Israelhad calmed down, ening her with destruction in a Arab borders. Without referring to the report 'sacred march, the letter asthe serted. "These war-like threats are accompanied by extensive military preparations i n both provinces" of the UAR. The background of tho letter was a series of apparently reliable reports mat Naseer had sent troops in substantial numbers into the Gaaa Strip, which has been patrolled by United Nations Emergency Force contingents sine* Israel evacuated the strip after capturing it in the 1956 Sinai drive. These troops. Most experts on the Middle East here were inclined to believe that I Nasser had no intention of start Cantor Brun ing actual warfare. UN Secretary |A|;i| % %  %  U* M General Dag Hammarskjold ap % % %  eating riere parently was in agreement since : Cantor Abraham Brun will make he left New York for a trip to a guest appearance at Kneseth Is FRANK J.MAU Preside*! r-AUl CRAATREE Producing Oir ROYAL POINCIANA PLAYHOUSE Palm Beach Honda March 7 thru 12 DAVID WAYNE NANCY OLSON In hilarious Navy Comedy "Tho Golden Fleecing" Special Guest Star PAUL CRABTREE March 14 thru 19 FRED WARING And Tho PENNSYLVANIANS Stereo Festival" March 21 thru 26 GLORIA SWANSON "Rod Letter Day" Co-Starring BUDDY ROGERS March 28 thru April 2 KIM STANLEY WALTER MATTLAU "Two for tho Seesaw" Mats. Thurs. Except Mar. 17 For Res: Call TEmple 3-8541 or Write Box 231 %  Stockholm and Copenhagen. Ambassador Joseph Tekoa said, in a letter to the Security Council, that the Israel Government was as always ready, "as an immediate step toward the elimination of tension," to meet with Syrian representatives to discuss ways to insure quiet on the Syrian-Israeli border, and with the villagers of I Tawafik in the demilitarized zone 1 southeast of Lake Tiberias. Tawafik was stormed and razed a few | weeks ago after Syrian military forces had entrenched themselves there in violation of the IsraelSyrian armistice agreement. Tekoa said the meeting with the Tawafik villagers would be to settle differences regarding land cultivation in the area, which Israel regards as entirely Israeli territory. Tekoa did not call for any specific Security Council action. Simultaneously with the Israel action, a detailed UN report on the Syrian-Israel border disturbances was submitted to the Security Council. Prepared by Maj. Gen. Carl C. von Horn, chief of Staff of the UN Truce Supervision Organization, the 49-page document called the present situation "dangerous" and was critical of Israel actions in the area and of the Israel Government's failure to accept Gen. von Horn's Jan. 20 findings. Hollywood A Ft. Lauderdale WA 3-1511 FIRST RACE l r?l 1:50 i*sei / wureooo. MM* i mi / SIHMM. om$w MR / cuwvU M JO GOf ^ jBuiFSTREAM m HALUANDALB, PLORIOA rael Congregation on Mar. IS and 19. Cantor Brun, who is a tenor, received his for-| mal training at tM Vienna Con! senator) of Music. He became cantor at Tern-1 pie B e t h E 1, Long Beach, N. Y, in 1948. and still serves there He has also appeared on radio and television, end concertized throughout the nation. Cantor Brun's religious background served as the basis for his rejection of an operatic career, following his voice study with Prof. Bellini, of Naples. Italy. In addition to his appearance at Kneseth Israel's Sabbath services the weekend of Mar. 18, he will also be heard in a concert at the congregation on Sunday evening. Mar. 20. GALA FIFTH SEASON COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE EVES. EX. MON.: 8:30 SUNDAYS: 7:30 p.m. 3500 MAIN HIGHWAY MATS.: WED. A SAT. 1:30 p.M. NOW THRU MAR. 6 PAUL CAROL HARTMAN BRUCE and HANK LADD in "ANGEL IN THE WINGS" a capital show." Atkinson, NY. Times "An Hilarious evening of tooling with ALICE PEARCE Lenny Dale Tom O'Horgan Maxine Barrat Mildred Hughes Directed by Owen Phillips Farband Branch Hears Rabbi Lebediker Branch of Farband met last week at the Deauville hotel. Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Hollywood Temple Sinai, discussed "Forty Years of Histadrut." Program included a tenth anni-j versary celebration of Mr. and; Mrs. Johann Berman. who received a Golden Book certificate from Mrs. Herman Mirowitz and Mrs. M. Levin. Plans were also discussed for the organization's Mar. 12 celebration of Purim at the Seville hotel.! Mrs. Rose Rosamund led the group i in community singing. OPENS TUESDAY, MAR. 8-20 PAULETTE REGINALD GODDARD GARDINER in THE FAMOUS MUROER-MElOOaAMA "LAURA" "TMI UNCUT VERSION KTTtt THAN THE MOVIE" PLAYHOUSE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE UMKHCOMS e MNNStS • SUPPERS • COCKTAILS Its The leMft ART CROZIER Af The Ham MOUNT-BURKE p reseats Gilbert and Sullivan's H.M.S. PINAFORE A Meilcel fera ef e less Wke Leved Seller — Neatlcel > Nice. ef tfce Dade County Auditorium Friday Mar. 11 aae Seaee*. Mar. 11 Special CasMrea's Mali Sea aftereeea Mar. IS Prises: On* S1.00 a S3.5* Bek. 13 SB A JIM Ticker Afeacits: AatMea's, tarsi •eases Centra Career, llecess Laat, acit te BersSaa's. M.S. Tea tease Rlsi 7S Rt. M eae Seat Aae. Pkeat Baser*. Sect.. 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Friday. March 4. 1960 • 'JewishrhrkUan Pago 7-A Knesset Beats No Confidence Motion JERUSALEM—(JTA) — A motion of no-confidence in Prime Minister David Ben-Gunon's coalition Governmen t wa s introduced here" "by"the %  fig'ht-wlhg WerafTTffr ty in the Knesset, Israel's Parliament, and defeated by a vote of 58 to 16, with 13 abstentions. All of the 16 votes were by Herat deputies. The motion charged the Prime Minister with giving moral justification to Arab infiltrators and to the harboring of infiltrators by Israel Arabs. The charge was based on some remarks by the Prime Minister during the debate the previous day on motions by Herat, the General Zionists and Ihe Communists to abolish military government in Arab-populated border areas. The motions were defeated. In the debate preceding that vote, the Prime Minister said he understood "the human point of view" which motivated Israel Arabs to give refuge to infiltrators. He said that if he were such mn Arab, "perhaps in his piece I would do the same thing." Menachem Beigin. Herat leader, charged the next day in the Knesset that Mr. Ben-Gunon's statement was "an invitation" to Israel's 200,000 Arabs to support infiltrators and also "irresponsible remarks which threatened the security and future of the state." He added that if similar statements had been maae by President Eisenhower, British Premier MacMillan or Soviet Premir Khrushchev, they would have created a "storm" in the Knesset from all parts of the House. In a forceful reply, the Prime Minister said that it was only by understanding the motives of the infiltrators and of those who harbored them that the gravity of the situation could be gauged .properly. The Prime Minister added that he also understood Nasser's feelings and that was why be had organized an army and Israel's defense. "It is because I also understand the feelings of Arab rulers that I did not rely only on international law," he said. "I knew that the Arabs were ready to break that law." New BB Lodge in Broward County Second B'nai B'rith lodge In Hollywood was given its official charter Tuesday. Arnold D. Ellison, district membership and activities director, reported this week that Sunshine State Lodge 2261 marked the event at an installation function at the Plantation restaurant in Hallanc'ale Beach. Ansel Wittenstein is president of the lodge, and accepted the charter on behalf of the membership from Judge Milton Friedman, District 5 first vice president. E. Albert I'allot. past president of District 5, installed Wittenstein, as well as the following: Allan Davis, Lou Barrish and Leon Dk-koff. vice presidents; Fred Klein, financial secretary; Norman Meltzer, recording secretary, and Marvin Wemstein, treasurer Chase Names Vakirtmt Appointment of George W. Vsi(ntine to the newly-created position of director of community services for Chase Federal Savings tDEAMLLE Complete Catering Facilities for that Special Party served in ass elegant fashion within a luxurious setting that will reflect your good ta*le. CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS BANQUETS MEETINGS RARTTES Tele-atete or a gala celebration ,*ith 3,500i guests and Loan Asms, was announced this week by Charles L Clements, i president. Valentine will serve in, this new position in addition to his duties as manager of Chase) Federal's Surfside branch office. Special Occasion 9 • that •tins. # i You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or o private party I THE FINEST FOR YOUR AFFAIR Your c/io/ce of /he following roomst IMSASSY • VICTORIA • MIOAOOON KINO'S TERRACI • ARGYLI • HIATHIR Surroundings of elegance end luxury, fouftJest sen> ice and incomparafa/t euisinm. Groups of 10 lo 473 ore accommodated royally for oil catered occasions. Oa-TrmliM rarUaa tor Informations HAZEL ALLISON Catorlno OlroetOr, JI 1 6061 avo. A



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lay, March 4. 1960 .2rf \ UNon, mi JKU m\ 1 *< I ttffrrSetter Mrs. Glasser Due At JWB Confab Page 3-B •, ryre*< -;* V The Greater Miami Armed Services Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board will be represented hjr Mrs. Louis Glasser to the 1960 national biennial convention of : the National Jewish Welfare I Board at the Chase Park Plaza ho*1 I beques Turner. French Consul here, is honorary chairman the "Champagne Luncheon at Maxim's or Paris." He's town here discussing the Mar. 16 affair with Mrs. Edward Einstein, president of the Miami Beach chapter. National hildien's Cardiac Hospital. lampagne Lunch I'M^Micf PSS Feature Flavor Maxim's of Paris (Champagne Luncheon at Maxell Paris" is the theme of a function Mar. 16 at the Eden hotel's Cafe Pompeii sponsorby the Miami Beach chapter of Jional Children's Cardiac HosII. \nations to the affair are hesent direct from Maxim's of [is. with souvenir menus being \\ in here by Alex Humbert, of Maxim's, two days prior to puncheon to supervise the lunch I alonjj with Pierre Bacque, chef the Eden Roc. Ilso arriving from Maxim's will Iwine and champagne, and each |st :ll receive a bottle of "Ma We." parfum by Carver. "One |t> guest will be the winner of a to Paris via Air France on new Boeing" 707 jet. Ipecial centerpieces are being [ for the Miami Beach Ipter affair, and caricatures will %  sketched of guests at the lunch"Holiday on Ice" will open Mar. 1* at the Miami Beach Exhibition Hall. The opening, sponsored by local fraternal and philanthropic organizations, will feature 27 different acts and production numbers, ranging from the hilarious "Holiday in a Harem" to "Legend of the Black Pearl." Beach Hadassah Meetings Monday Beach groups of Hadassah have varied programs for March meetings. Stephen $. Wise group will meet Monday noon at the Deau ville. The program will fete Pgrim. with distribution of Scholach Monas. • • Emma Lazarus group will hold ; its meeting Monday noon at the | Washington Federal bldg., Nor( m andy Isle. Film. "Tomorrow is I a Wonderful Day," is scheduled. Current events will be presented by Mrs. D. Hendel. • • • Henrietta Szold group will hold its meeting Monday noon at the Algiers hotel. Guest speaker is Mrs. Robert Perlman, chapter coordinator for Youth Aliyah. • • • Hanna Senesch group will meet Monday noon at the Saxony hotel. Refreshments will be followed by a special program on flower ar-! rangements by Pansy Flaum. • • • Israeli group will hold its meeting on Friday noon. Mar. 4, at the Algiers hotel. tels, St. Louis, Mar. 30 to Apr. 3. H *aj announced by Sam J. Heiman. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. At the convention, Mrs. Glasser is scheduled to deliver an important address in a workshop session entitled "Program Trends—A Local Armed Services Committee's Approach." Mrs. Glasser will describe the program initiated by the committee in Dade county for servicemen at the Homestead Air Force Base, which included High Holy Day services, home hospitality socials, Sunday breakfasts at the Seville hotel, free visits to symphony conj certs, theatres, and local attraci lams, as well as a variety of rec-! reation programs for the servicemen and their families. The Armed Services Committee is one of more than 270 throughout the United States and overseas, which help JWB carry out its I responsibility as the governmenti authorized agency for serving the I religious, welfare and morale need.s of Jewish personnel in the U. S. Armed Forces and In \'A hospitals. JWB is also the national association of more than 300 Jewish Community Centers and YMYWHAs, a beneficiary of Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal. More than 1.000 delegates from all parts of the country are expected to attend the convention, whose plenary sessions and workshops will be concerned with problems related to serving Jewish family needs, in the military and civilian communities, in the 1960's. Mrs. Klein to be Hostess Henl group will bold its meeting Monday noon at the Eden Roc hotel. A film, "People of Israel," is scheduled, as well as a musical program by Rose Rosamond. Mrs. Blanche Klein will be hostess at a luncheon in her home, 1369 SW 16th St.. on Monday noon. Proceeds are for the Miami Wei Beth Imeth Sisterhood fare and Social Group. RDING'S She* Menda, .no* Fritfay Ni#fc „, U3rd St. here. Ft. Lud.rd.1. MiH. Miemi leach HI 9:00 W. Palm Beech HI 9:30 eon. At the same time, an art exhibit will be featured in the Imperial room. Funds raised are for the National Children's Cardiac Hospital in Denver, an institution dedicated to the diagnostic treatment of rheumatic fever and congenital I heart disease. Mrs. Edward Feinstein is chapter president. Mrs. Julian Lehman is chairman of the pledge luncheon, and Mrs. Nathan Glass is ticket chairman. KASHA of course! Beth Emeth Congregation Sisterhood was to meet Thursday evening, 8:30 p.m.. at the congregation, with Mrs. Milton Lyons presiding at a session scheduled to elect a nominating committee. The meeting was also to celebrate Jewish Music Month with a film, "Leonard Bernstein in Israel." Cantor Hyman Fine was to present a medley of Purim songs. 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Page 4-A 'Jewish ncrldton Friday. March 4, I960 Jewish Floridi an OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Published every Friday since 1SI7 by The Jewish FIorMlan at 110 N.E. Sixth Street, Miami 1, Florida. Kntered ua serond-clasa matter July 4, 1030, at Peal Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, lSTt. The Jewish Floridian haa absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. Natienal Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. i %  Tbe Jewlrti FIorMlan doe* not guarantee the Kaahruth of tbe merchandise advertised In Ua columns. during the week as i see it • • bf LEO MINDLIN • lS.T.I-l CORMER President Truman 1 %  contribution to the e*tar>|, 8n ment of the State of I,,.| j well recognized, has beer, ly chronicled, and unqi ably deserves the high p: receives. Mr. Truman's in history is assured for reasons far beyond the s "Und'lionIs* it place rciany ae of SUISCRIrTION One Year 5O0 RATES: Three Years $10 00 Volume 33 Friday. March 4. 1960 5 Adar 5720 Number 10 Imaginative Levels of Giving Needed While notable gains are being scored weekly in the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, CIA officials indicate that much remains to be done if this year's S3 million-plus goal is to be achieved. The favorable reaction of the Jewish community here in the form of increased giving demonstrates a general understanding that the gigantic humanitarian task before CJA can not be properly fulfilled by levels of participation reached in the past. This favorable reaction should and must develop into a general campaign atmosphere, in which every man, woman and child in Dade county recognizes the heightened requirements of the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal. These requirements have recently been placed into proper perspective by a comparative study of welfare programs in Greater Miami in relation to similar programs elsewhere in the nation. The study shows our community in a less favorable light than proud residents here might anticipate. It is time to speak honestly—and to speak the facts. Our local Combined Jewish Appeal agencies are faced with the increasing dilemma of maintaining acceptable professional standards even as the costs of operation rise. In addition, their programs are constantly being called upon to expand in order to meet the demands of a burgeoning Jewish community. The recently-erected Sll million Mt. Sinai Hospital, the new branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, last year's S400.000-plus development at the Jewish Home for the Aged, the opening of a Jewish Family and Children's Service branch office on Miami Beach, the addition to the Federation family a comparatively short time ago of an independent Jewish Vocational Service agency-these and others are all striking examples of the manner m which Dade county's Jewish community is growing. It is apparent that broad and imaginative levels of CJA giving must be achieved in order to facilitate such expansion-no less than in the Combined Jewish Appeal's other local agencies. Bureau of Jewish Education and Service to New Americans of National Council of Jewxsh Women, all of which cater to the needs o our Jewish community in their various fields ot specialty. Mr. Ben-Gurion to Visit Us American Jewry proudly welcomes Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion to these shores. The Prime Minister does nat arrive as a Middle East potentate—a more customary kind of leader from that area of the world. He does not come here to strike multi-billion dollar bargains that crush even further a host of enslaved peoples. He does not bring threats of neutrality or hints of Communist fraternity to be wined and dined in Washington. Mr. Ben-Gurion, the leader of a fiercely proud democracy, will fly to the United States early next week to accept an honorary degree from Brandeis University. A great scholar dedicated to knowledge and to the enhancement of man through man's fortress of wisdom. Mr. Ben-Gurion will accept the Brandeis degree with the same sense of reverence and high purpose in which it is being granted. There will be no official ticker-tape parades for him. Sob-sister journalists will not be able to flutter about his royalty or his slaves. *£**"*/ %  For ^n-Gurion is a man of philosophy Should Dade county Jewry fail to meet the ? PeQCe n f £ learnin g is the thinking llenge posed by expanding needs and risAn \ encai w who will welcome this visitor with pride as the leader of a people from out of whose hearts and minds continues to Torah. j **—.v iuu io meet in challenge posed by expanding needs and rising costs, a real threat exists to the standards and progress of these egencies-a threat which will place even stronger emphasis on the relatively unsatisfactory place Miami's welfare programs hold in relation to similar programs elsewhere in the nation. Meanwhile, Israel's story continues in the headlines of the nation's front pages from day to day and Israel, through the United Jewish Appeal, is a major CJA beneficiary. come Acknowledging Ambassadors Yeshrva "nnrerstfy Au week acknow edges the contribution of ,.. "Ambassadors'' here to the university'• worthy program. Thus, the fact remainir Notable gain, are ^^^T^ot^ZZ^^V^ £? K2 tJi^^L* e C,A "*Paign 9* .rudents "^^P to anally inwa. to'rf^ e L Belkin ; ** *** of Yeshiva. ZZ<£ K P !" apal speaker at Thursday's SSVSfiL^: -*W "AmbasL here. Levels of giving are rising, and increasing numbers of individuals and organizations indicate their desire to work and to contribute. In addition, it is extremely encouraging to ob£?* t* IT 9 '", 9 a new %  of *•*• o share the helm of one of the most important campaigns in the history of Dade county Jewry s philanthropic efforts. But more — much more — remains to be done in the name of Jewish humanitarian endeavor here, nationally, overseas, and in Israel. K 1 ?*u m-n Qnd womon Greater Miami who rank among the school's supporters aTe SSL i 9 hii an,in9 <* •. •""" %  — *-• ~w— "t si ^e ol this contribution, but it seems axttUwty that Jews will always i cord him a unique kind of love and respect precisely because he v. as a prime mover in Israel's behalf. These considerations, however. iould have nothing to do with what is expected of him when he ace %  an invitation to address a gathering like the concluding banquet of tne I960 inaugural conference of the Israel Bond Organization last Sundit at the Fontainebleau hotel. If it were his function merely to appear at the conference ? > that delegates might get a glimpse of him and thus feel they had vics'-iously achieved contact with the inspiring thing men call history, then it should have ended there. But it did not. Instead, Mr. Truman rose to speak, and said nothing. In this regard, he repeated himself Once before, in 1957. the former Chief Executive also came to Miami to address the Jewish community. On that occasion, he seemed equally content to base two separate talks here on a few hastily-composed, insignificant observations. Both times, Mr. Truman's visit coincided with momentous oc. currences in the Middle East. The first was in the midst of the violent repercussions following Israel's startling 100-hour march through Sinai under the leadership of Gen. Moshe Dayan. Prodded by newsmen at press conferences unrelated to his appearances before the Jewish community, Mr. Truman three years ago responded sharp!.'. color, fully and in mirthful accord with the prickly character for which he is noted. Later addressing his Israel Bond and Combined Jewish Appeal audiences, however, the former President lost steam, seened stale and a painfully shadowy rendering of the HST who never tails to elicit comment—be it from ardent admirer or dedicated foe |u|R. TRUMAN'S SECOND round of talks since his arrival in Miami %  some two weeks ago have been, in typical fashion, startling for their urgency. At a time when the nation's people and press -peak of his successor in monotonous and dangerously non-critical terms. Ins words here have been shocking by contrast for their vitality. If, for no other reason, Mr. Truman Is to be applauded and. if for no other reason, he should have been expected to say something cogent at Sunday's inaugural banquet. Once again, he has muffed the opp irtunity—this time in honor of the 1957 Sinai hero, in the wake of whose dashing military campaign he first appeared here, and on a new occasion when restless signs of turbulence seem to be engulfing the Middle East. How can it be that he set off a shower of fire and brimsmne before a Democratic party dinner Saturday night and ideologic,illy disappeared in a vague cloud of placidity at an Israel Bond funct.on on the very next evening? Was it unreasonable to expect from him a message of similar urgency albeit of a different order? If Mr. Truman considered the occasion uninspirine, it wool been more honest to beg off than dull) to repeat the Tigris-Eup Kile VsJli y plan he offered here in 1957 for peace in the Middle :. —a plan outdated even then and unrealistic in the face of th fundamental problem of continuing Arab unwillingness to rei the existence of Israel. This is meant as no ultimate criticism of Mr. Truman, whoque contribution will forever remain enshrined in the hearts of etywhera. But 11ST, himself, would applaud the right of imme and necessan reproof in a land that offers far too little ol it toda> I where, out of the White House, he remains more "Mr. Presni than his incumbent successor. THIS COLUMN SEVERAL weeks ago discussed another address here notable for what it did not say-a message by Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman to delegates attending the 21st annual United Jewiah Appeal national conference. The column caused a Miami Be.,• h rabbi anonymously to strafe at me from the pulpit, charging that n Anglo-Jewish writer" attacked both Ambassador Harman and the I \ I can do no less than to repeat the lack of social grace by anw ring the rabbi anonymously. To begin with, my remarks here were ihMlutely uncritical of the Ambassador If anvlhing. thev took to t.. k both the motive and method of American Jewish philanthropy who c cause Mr. Harman so eloquently championed More specifically, I suggested that the Ambassador's rem, proved far more interesting for their peremptorincss than for th... effusivem That he relied on a statisical history of the United Jewish Appo.,''< achievements and shortcomings in the ingathering of exiles since the establishment of the State of Israel, that Mr. Harman.dtiirt ^slm-t excus.vely with a demographic explanation of the housing'short--,', hat he rigorously avoided the trowing Middle East crisis rodav, that h,e .w ? r M ,ms B f rins,ein subsequently -explained" the Am^g^' jgy ,0 ,rad f on "PM one details" as a newly-adop., d i„ T„ P S lechnM,u ? a,med delusively at saving lives-will this seemed !ar; and e^rsfve.'" 8 ^^^ iBd '~ WC ^ ra,hCT than V0 ,n O"! F A 25 f in,ui,ion ralher •" prognostication. I sugce ;ed United wf'h i ty of develo P in ^ange within the structure of the seemoH *^ 1 Appe 'J a more !" aningful explanation for what mflSv iLp.T a d r S de,iberate skir,in of cri,i PoBtic.l and oDmlnu d r, e 0Pm l ? n,S '" J Srael and ,he A b countries todsy-dcvel?.iTing ^ P 1 med thC convenienl *> si r UJA fundne.l If |bl!? !5 !"!-< M attack against the United Jewish ApC'best of r C!£ r ,er rdin '-y circumstances, have to make he UJA Hi„ •". ,h f htera,ly 8en ational revelation days later that ffi now 1 Sl'" tend f l0 rev,8e its budgeting of philanthropic funds to Israel now bears out my original observation beenu V s^ ek2£i H""^ Jewish ^P" 1 monie h v only loosely que rSSonsmn Si % -' lt ** th ia ot •* Because of a uniuUimaY'lv ^. P m r 'J /T ,h A enc y. som <>< bese funds also anror/ani^-r. ", P ^ rt .^ t be • £ l8C %  0 P*-tk>n. of Israeli activities Dhil.n.hrn„?c "* l f ^ s,rictest ***** tax-deduct.ble US. 'ft l" de h T r tamely upon this sipboningoff proFulbriht of ArtS. ^ ^ rn,er ^ FUnde of Vermont. Sen. basedthelr^enunui? .'."V* Anwric Council for Judaism have g.nh. ion fiK 1 1 *,* 5 tbe UJA %  "non-phUanthropic" o^ jWf ^WaS? ii. el S pomc 1 d "naUenalistic" need.. Day" a prin^cUt'Sin? *" H VeD Con ,art Thank.giv.n, tern.^Re'venue^H licism ; to reassure it. status with the ftsome onu c^,Uo P er^f n,, J L h U JA h TOW moved to do away with here severalTeekTal," 8ubw4ie ?: ** Appe^'s .anual convention tions on S veS L"fe T !" **? eoi s. lckW ^h top level negot.r ginger in hU ~,~L W ^' KT then, that Ambassador HarmU body w\Se phiIsnThrnnTr" M idd '' ****"> v.o P ment. before OveKmVnt"., ""cTilif.TaM^ "" Cta — •*— d, f "J



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Page 8-B +Je*lsbTk>ridl> !" Friday, March Gons. Wolf Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Cans, of 6475 Pine Tree dr. Circle, annonm %  <• | the engagement of Ihcir daughter,' Harriet Elsie, to Donald Bruce Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wolf, of Springfield, Ma The bride elect is a Graduate of Miami Beach High School, where she was president of Anchor Club. Future Teachers of America, and National Forensic League. Past president of Jays B'nai B'nth Girls, she will receive her degree In education this August from Boston University. She ia a member of Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority. Mr. Wolf received from the University Youth Urge Closer Parental Ties Now Shores Conference and Youth, sponsor tional Council of Ji was held Wedi Country Club Dr. iieiea Ktimnns and lecturer in orientation"*" University of Miami, a. ted as mm I crator for the panel n| four' school students. Bill Ullman, ol \ r ih w '•y thefl 'I WestT* educa] .\r imoi • MISS HARRIET CAMS Wellman, Lynne Betrothal Told Mr~. Harriet Wellman. of 1031 West ave.. announces the engagemeot of her daughter, Judith Ellen, to Charles Michael Lynne. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynne, 911 3rd It. Miss Wellman. who is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High il. attended the Daylona Beach Junior College and is now a -tudent at Florida College of Medical Technology. She i> the ecc of Judge Lewis M. Schott. former director of the Florida State Beverage Commission. Mr. Lynne, also a graduate of Miani Beach Senior High School, is now attending the University of Miami, and will enter the University of Miami school of medi< 'i in September. No wedding date has been set. High, School, said that narents n Left to riqht are Miss Judy Gordon, member of National Honor responsible for their children 1 Society at Edison High School; Mrs. James Rodenberg, vice hnquency while oth-r pan* r cTveSSt mo W nd h R WO Rub e in. Stai Divis 10 n. I ^^c* £** child-,, His social fraternity is Tau Epsiof Jewish Women; Jerome Bill Ullman. member. National Honymlle ^^ Ion Phi. He is in business in or Society at North Miami High School. They re planninq the Springfield. panel discussion on Children and Youth held Wednesday at The couple are planning to be Westview Country Club. ^__ married Aug. 7 at the Diplomat —— — hotel. r-ducing jj Charm Course at Beach "Y" SubitlS Reveal Gayle Carson, of the Charm Poijlci S Troth Modeling School and Agency of %  %  Coral Gables, will conduct an Plans for a June wedding are „hip" betweent parent and d eight-week charm course for teen' being made by Paula L. Subin and rcn j s considerably more big step uencv Marian Ueothals. c\ nangt dent from Holland n -,tten North Miami High School, she found the youth crime considerably 'higher hi re than ti her own country. All students agree i that J warm and sympathel .* relatia agers at the Miami Beach YMHA Harold Barr. beginning Thursday night at 7 p.m. The sessions will feature such subjects as wardrobing. diet. weight control, cosmetics, social, vocal and visual poise. The Beach ••Y," at 1536 Bay rd., is one of four branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. A rdjmoi • %  I'lii'i" MISS JUDITH WtlLMAN A Memorable Summer for Your Youngsters Ca.ixi.ip I-.et3a:esicle t fat ley. ••* 6M J El Norton Segal Jerry Nudelman Fee Complt Information Winter Add,.,, 44 S.W. 3rd St. Mion-I Florida Grade "A" NC Bd • HMMI On Beoutiful Loke Osceola Hendersonville, N. C. • Complete Recreation • Sports • Arts, C.rafts and • Field Proflromi Phone FR 4-1380 I Local TV Show May Go National A locally-produced children's show, aired twice weekly on educational ch. 2, may become i nationally-televised feature next fall. "Tiny Town," a creation of Mrs Jeanne (Peter) Wolf, is being considered by the National Educational Television network for inclusion in its programming for the 1960-61 school year. tant than material giftmven! A graduate of tne parents to compensate Miami Beach time spent away from hildrw.^ High School and No ftuden feU na Ul rk the I nivers.ty of a hlnderanc *. to furth ,, ( |ucati( Miami, Miss SuAll four panelists are honor MISS SURIH bin also attended dents and hlw al M „ h Sarah Lawrence (lme of fu i M im e summer jobs. Co R Steve Hill of Edison Huh Sea She is the said that he expected te. workj daughter of Mrs. order to help him final re his i Benjamin Subin, | e ge education, and Jud> Gon 5900 Pine Tree of Miami High School. consM dr.. Miami the experience acquired Beach, and the working "a necessary part late Mr. Subin. well rounded education Her fiance was also graduated from Miami Beach High. Son of the Leooard Barrs. 4400 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach, he reMrs. Wolf is wife of Peter Wolf,i ceived his AB degree from Northresident manager here for Sutro' western University. Bros, and Co., stockbrokers, and daughter of Joe Hart, former res-; taurateur and now owner of the Castaways motel. Kiss Israel to be Seen Miriam Hadar. Miss l-rael 1959, will make one of her appearances in this part of nation as guest of honor at Combined Jewish Appeal Girls" luncheon on Mar. 22. Purim Festival Scheduled "To Thee I Sing," a narrative cantata composed by Ben Yomen, will have its premiere performance on Mar. 13, when the Miami Beach Community Singers present their annual Purim Festival at the Beach Auditorium. Singing the lead roles will be Cantor Jacob Barken and dramatic soprano Rose Rosamond. "Queen Esther," a musical narrative in costume, completes the bill, which will be directed by Al Hurwitz. with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Ben Yomen. 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Page 12-A +Jen1ers of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada. Convening at the Hebrew Acad emy on Miami Beach were Rabbis I haim Karlinsky, Congregation Ktz Chaim: Joseph Rackovsky, Heth Tfilah Congregation; and TiiH.r Stern, Beth Jacob. National leaders of the organization included Rabbis Pinchus Teitz. Elizabeth. N. J.; Meyer r>hen, executive director; Simcha Klberg. chairman of the adminisutive committee; and Abraham lershberg, Chicago. Passed at the gathering was a resolution urging "Jews of Greatr Miami to strengthen the observance of Torah Judaism in all •is ramifications" The resolution IUO called for widespread study •f Torah among adults and youth. Torah Vodaath Dinner Sunday Yeshiva Torah Vodaath will honor five brothers and their families at Waldman's Coronet hotel on Sunday at 7 p.m. The Yeshiva, one of the nation's largest rabbinic seminaries, is located in Brooklyn. N. Y. Honored will be the Bienenfeld brothers for their contribution to Torah learn ing. The families include Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld. 3156 Royal Pilm avc Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bienenfeld, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bienenfeld, South Orange, N. J.: Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Bienenfeld, Los Angeles, Calif.; and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bienenfeld. Belle Harbor, N. Y. Guest speaker at the function ; will be Rabbi Alexander S. Lirv cfiner, principal of the high school department of Yeshiva Torah Vodaath, who will discuss "Higher Jewish EducationLuxury or Necessity?" The Bienenfeld brothers will accept a memorial plaque from Rabbi Linchner, honoring their late parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry (YettaJ Bienenfeld, which is scheduled to hang at the Yeshiva in Brooklyn. The departed Bienenfelds were benefactors of Yeshiva Torah Vodaath. The entire family is noted for its support of numerous Hebrew institutions of learning here and in Israel, which they frequently visit. Philip Weiss is chairman of the Sunday banquet for the school which reports an enrollment of 1.800 students from 28 foreign countries, as well as a school for advanced learning in Spring Valley. N. Y. Judge Williams to Speak Temple Sinai of North Miami iirotherhood and Sisterhood will -•old iheir annual joint meeting Vednesday evening at the Temple. Judge Gene Williams, of the Criminal Court of Records, will be :uest speaker. Miami Hebrew Book Store 1585 WASHINGTON AVE Miami Beach — JE S-3B40 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues, School* A Private Use ISRAELI *. DOMESTIC GIFTS LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR "The South's most beautiful Jewish cemetery" 30 Minutes from the Beech Via The New 36th St. Causeway JE 1-5369 NAItr AND TETTA BIENENFELD State Dep'f. Denies AJCong. Charge of Anti-Jewish Bios Continued from Pag* 1-A sue involving Pakistan pertains to a new policy that emerged in recent weeks when an individual was informed he could not be assigned to Pakistan because he was Jewish.) While defending Moslem states from charges of anti-Jewish practices, Mr. White said "the United States does not condone discriminatory actions by foreign governments against its citizens on grounds of race or creed and it makes every effort to eliminate through friendly means all such practices." RABBI SHCKWIN STAUMK To Install Rabbi Stauber Dr. Louis T. Lehrfield, of ChiI cago, was named this week to in| stall Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, of i Young Israel of Greater Miami, at a banquet in his honor at the Deauville hotel on Saturday evening. Dr. Sol Nusshaum is banquet chairman. Rabbi Moshe Horovitz will deliver the invocation. Rubin Waldman, Young Israel president, will greet banquet guests on behalf or the congregation. Members of the Orthodox Beth Din will attend the banquet, and Rabbi Stauber will be officially welcomed into the organization. Jack Kirshbaum will act as master of ceremonies. Andor Kellert will render musical selections. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, will present Charter Membership Certificates to 25 founding members of the congregation. To receive certificates are J. Appelbaum. Mrs. A. Chernoff, S. Eisenberg. M. Krand, N. Gransberg. P. Grundwerg. Rabbi M. Horovttz, M. Lipman, B. Lerner. H. Lerner. S. Lerner, I. Meliman, L. Merwitzer, A. Moscovitz, J. Murray. Mrs. R. Murray, Dr. S. Nussbaum, I. Reinhard, S. Rosenberg, M. S. Schreiber, A. Strafcher, I. Solomon, H. Schwartz, I. Waldman, and R. Waldman. Rabbi to Take Curacao Pulpit „.:>bi LaUDM ttelrOO, ho was -ptritul fc leader jrf Beth Jacob Congregation here in 1932, is visiting Miami Beach briefly at 73Tj Jefferson ave. Rabbi Axelrod" will become spir itual leader of the famous Nether-j lands Portugese Mikve Israel Syn-, agogue in Curacao. Dutch West j Indies, beginning Apr. 1. According to Rabbi Axelrod, the synagogue is the oldest in the Americas, dating back to 17:12, still in Its original form, and visited daily by hundreds of tourists. Rabbi Axelrod recently return 1 ed from Curacao, where he served for six weeks as guest spiritual (leader there. His new contract] ; calls for a three-year tenure. Since leaving Miami in 1935, he has served in pulpits in California and Mexico City, and has traveled i extensively for the United Jewish Appeal and the Zionist Organization of America. He also produced a radio series, "Bible Theatre of the Air," in Canada. Sussmon Unveiling Tli* dedication of a monument to the memory of the late IDA SUSSMAN u'ill tu^e place Sunday, March 6th at 12:30 at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Dr. Irt-ine, Lehrman officiating. Mrs. Susi-man is survived by her son. William Sussman. and a daughter. Mae Lieberman. Friends and Relatives Are Ask_ed to AtfenJ. I ft EP HUN'S BOOK HEBREW ST0RI Largest and Oldest Hebrew Supply House In Greater Miami WHOLlSAll ana* KIT AIL Complete Line of Hebrew Supplies for Synagogues, Hebrew and Sunday School* SRAELI GIFTS and NOVELTIES % 417 Washington Ave. Miami leach % JElfersaa 1-9017 To Live in Hearts We Leave Behind Ii lo Live Forever! tuNM MEMORIALS PALMER'S "Miami's Only Jewish Monument iuildtrs" Scheduled Unveilingt SUNDAY, MARCH 6 Ml. Nebo Cemetery ANNA C. LEVY, 11:30 a.m. Rabbi Max Lij*sJi SAMUU BUNK, 12:30 s.m. Rabbi Solomon Sc/u/f CHARLES EMMIR, 2 a.m. Rabbi Joseph Rseiepvsitj RENEE REIS, 2 30 p.m. Rabbi Morion Malacslfv Mt. S'moi Memorial fork Cemetery MORRIS ELCISON, 2 p.m. Rabbi B. Leon HWtSpftx KATE C. MOSK0WITZ, 2:30 a.m. Rabbi Samuel April "May Their Souls Repose in Eternal Peace'" ARRANGEMENTS IT PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. NEWMAN FUNERAL HOME 1333 Dade Boulevard Miami Beach Edward T. 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H e// eslabli-Jird I. it has already been ibc afcofca f vr -1.1)00 Jewish bailies, 1 by uol secure lull frlaJhT I I t t I I I I I I I I I I I I \ MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETEKY t / t Mount Nebo Cemetery 5505 N.W. 3rd Street. M,omi, Florido Please send mr. without obligation, full mformaturn on Family Burial Estates in Mont Nebo. Name.. Address City .. Zone State f/mt 'l/l/m JPmitfWi 0505 Northwest 3rd Str*t Phoat MOhowk 1-74M rit HI



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Friday. March 4. 1960 -JewistncrlaUagy NO TAKERS JUDGE CYPEN WINS Dad* County Circuit Court Judge Irving Cyu> W i tj ii— day automatically returned to office for a six yoar form. No potential opponent* had tossed their Hat in the ring by the close of Tuesday, which marked the final date for qualifying in this race. Judge Cypen was appointed to the bench by Gov. Collins. Dentists to Play |Golf for CJA Dentists of Dade county have Ibern invited to a breakfast and Lolf tournament Sunday at Westyiew Country Club. The all-day program is sponsor Ed by the Dentists' Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. According to Dr. Richard E. Deutch. division chairman, the program will egin at 9:30 a.m., and will include I Page II B I Gallery-Studio Opens in Grove Plans are under way for the Mar. 11 opening of the Natalie Mxs— Leonard) Bn-kiru^tallery and Elaine (Mrs. Philip) Weinstein Studio of painting. Both ventures will be housed at 2983 Mcj Farlane rd„ Coconut Grove. Mrs. Weinstcin will teach adults painting, drawing, and design. 1 Tuesday and Friday morning. The Natalie Baskin Gallery will open with a group fhoincluding works by established artists trom Miami who have exhibited in NewYork. Paris, and elsewhere. The artists are Maro Ferrari, -Ethel Fisher. Lewis Michael Stern, Mrs. Weinstcin. and Ed Weyhe. The gallery will be open on Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and by appointment. All works are for sale, and are available for rentals. golf tournament, sw.mming and j HjghBghJ.of recen,, fti BSheva. festivities at ident. and (left to right) Mrs. Herbert BaumnSnS^^i^ 1 South u Mw i wa the gard. Harry Raskin, "donor of the tree, Mrs. plantmg of the farst tree on the grounds of the Harry M. Ross, principal of the religious Z 1 L'ght Memorial School bldg. Wieldschool, and Louis LhwSman. executiveT mg^^c^n sh^ej^obert Newman, presrector of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Beach Federal Renames Leaders fridge. Chairman of the day is Dr. Jeorge A. Graham. Golf commitincludes Drs. Charles Alenier, lilton S. Lubarr, Ben Miller, DonMichnoff and Denis P. Quitt ler. Miami Division chairman is Dr. krthur Sokoloff. Dr. Bertram J. fhorpe heads the Beach Division. Co chairmen are Drs. Louis Cov-j Miami Beach Federal Savings rman. Daniel Franco, Harold and Loan Assn. will be under the h-iedman. Jack H. Mishkm, Howleadership for another 12 months |rd L Wellins and Fred Witkoff. of the same directors and officers Vice chairmen are Drs. Melvin who reported substantial growth lecker, Edwin Birns, E. G. Biasi" the institution during 1959. erg. Albert Coonin. Frank Coret.l At the annual meeting, five of remglass, Leonard Franti, Ed. the 14 directors were up for re-: Jailer, Elliot Gordon. Jerome Ja-; election, and were returned to of; Dbs. Jack Landsberg. David Love-ifice by unanimous vote of the n. Joseph Lytton, A. Albert Mo-i shareholders | n r ; m A / thU M n R0Sei T^L M c R $S 1*" Erectors, meeting just after fcuricp £.?. PhiJn'c., Se,t, n i the annual m in 8. named all of fc Ce c. Se !" tta Ph,,,p Stern and ficers. both senior and junior, for another year. Directors renamed were Carl Weinkle, John E. Shuey, Milton Weiss, Henry D. Williams, and Paul C. Wimbish. All five wore elected for three-year terms. Officers reelected include Mitlarold Sweet. % wan Throws Hat In Circuit Ring Former Assistant State Attorpy Edward P. Swan has qualified Serbin Gets Youth Award Lewis Serbin is the winner of a Youth Award presented to him at the Brotherhood dinner of the National Conference of Christians and Jews in the Fontainebleau hotel. The Miami Beach High School senior received the award at the annual Florida region observance of NCCJ's National Brotherhood Week. Serbin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Serbin, 4S54 Adams ave., Miami Beach. uwis umm the Circuit Court JudgeshipJ c hellHwolfson," chairman""of the acancy of Judge John W. Prunty, board; Claude A. Renshaw. presiTeen-Agers OH to Confab Temple Emanu El's United SynHe is an honor student at Be*ch High, serving as president of National Honor Society, delegate to he White House Conference on Children and Youth, and president ".""*. £ L, of the Intergroup Youth Council, Sfo n !" w-nE junior branch of NCCJ. ,lfr P resldents In 1959. Serbin was state chamCo-chairmen of the affair are pion in extemporaneous speaking, fences White. Helen Sanders and I Joseph Malek. Apartment Assn. Installation Set The Miami Beach Apartment Assn. will hold its annual installation dinner at the Seville hotel on Saturday evening. Mar. 26. Receiving the president's gavel will be local attorney Eugene Weiss, who was elected to serve his second term as head of the 500-member group formed in 1940. Others who will bo installed by Dado County Commissioner Charles "Chuck" Hall art Frances White, first vice president; Meyer Teigman, second vice president; William Copeland, treasurer; and Helen Sanders, secretary. Sidney Rabinowitz. newly elected chairman of the board, will also be installed by Hall. Guest speaker will be Sen. Doyle Carlton. of Wachulla. Fla., according to Weiss Past presidents of the association Ben Giller and Irving Schatzman will be honored "for their service to the group" by being named honorary Peter Sarokin and HO weeks ago. Swan was named presidents. no ,,f the Five Outstanding; i n t he j r addresses to the annual ?£"!'" '" the SUte o£ Flor,da meeting, both Wolfson and RenSwan was also awarded shaw emphasized the "substantial '! The delegates were accompanied s i by Hope Herman, Temple Emanu ft 1959.' Outstanding Young Man of Mi Ti for 1958." native Miamian, Swan ah d the University of Florida, >nd he received his law degree V < h University of Miami at "gbt. A former Deputy Clerk •be Circuit Court, he also is a ""e r Assistant Attorney Gen•I of the State of Florida, for*r Judge Advocate, United ratts Air Force, former Assistant County Solicitor, was ap'nted by Gov. Collins as As'*tant State Attorney, and servgrowth of Miami Beach Federal during 1959," when assets increased by 13.5 percent to $132.860,112, and savings accounts by 14 percent to more than $114,000,000. El youth Attending stein. Barry Gersten. Jeffrey Kap' Mrs. Israel Goldberg, president. Ian. Benjamin Field, Rosalind j will conduct a regular meeting of Lehrman. R e g i n a Perlmutter. I Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess on coordinator. A i exandor p 0 lUck and Steven Monday, 1 p.m., at Beth El Conine convention were Robinson. I gregation. activities FEATURING THE has been assigned as Grand Jury legal advisor for three Grand Jur I ies. He was, until his resignation. assigned to the Homicide and %  Rackets and Frauds Division of the ; State Attorney's office. Swan is active in church and ""*r the late St.V. Attorney W af f ai ". H c *! a P "l "tL' '•orge Brautigam. i dent !" ,ne M ,ami Junior Chamber „ of Commerce. He is married, has |Ue was reappointed by State At-! three children, and lives at 2290 "ity Richard E. Gerstein. He SW 27th In., Miami. Internationale Revue SA BRAS dynamic... exciting... incomparable ISRAELI DANCERS o\i • t^ocialitc V Continued from Page 1-B life Mr and Mr Morton aL r W Forthy yea "* ide,. ,u rs Her ">an Millrood at wed the Silvermans' weddtngu r l' hcy were 8in >Dnm. Y ov Rosenberg, fonl '" t0 of,er "* congratu* • FJ Anne Kaplan, 2395 Pan. h.moree at a luncheon SMine a „H K he A,8,crs hotel go d d hcr "iece. Helen, of ChiV !" *-n,onth tour of sh.rf* h lsrael wit f"ends '• them -Bon Voyage" %  r; ,r B en %  m Mrs. Rae Marks. Mrs. George Schell. Mrs. Gladys Zimmerman. I Mrs. Irving Schatxman. Mrs. Pin (us Loomer. Mrs. Ceil Simon, and Mrs Mac Meyers Mr*. Theodore (Ann) Berman. 3310 Granada blvd., off to Israel for three weeks to attend the Bar Mitsvah of her nephew. Eli Ber man With her on the El Al plane over, members of the "Exodus" motion picture cast and crew, as well as her sister-in-law, Mrs. Issy Kaufman, of London, who joined Ann mid-route Friends are wishing a speedy recovery to Jack Shapiro at Doctors Hospital in Coral Gables Special good wishes from Beth El Sisterhood, of which bis wife, Lillian, is president.



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Friday, March 4. 1960 Jewish rhrk/kir Pointfng to the dedication of Temple Emanu-El's new branch religious school are (left to right) Leo Robinson, chairman, building fund; Mrs. Louis Glasser, women's chairman; and Dr. hying Lehrman. The new structure, on 77th st. and Dickens eve., will be officially dedicated Sunday, Apr. 17. Maryland Legislator Raps District of Columbia Verdict Continued from Pag* 1-A act "ir ?uch a manner as to annoy, disturb, interfere with, obstruct, or !>< offensive to others," Rep. Friedel -aid that if this law "has any meaning whatsoever, it means that si :h highly provocative, insulting, and fighting words uttered in crowded places are outlawed." Acco:ding to Rep. Friedel, "the right to free speech, which Rockwell claims, and in which the Washington potice seem to concur, hardly i!<, -o far as to protect acts of violent <: it hardly goes so. far as to protect an act designed to upset i freedom of religion." He pointed jout that Rockwell has been publicly soliciting funds to carry on Nazi activities. District law requires I certain formalities from those I soliciting donations. "The Charitable Contributions Act may be the very device which our police force here in Washington can use to suppress this menace," he stated. GOLFERS GOLF CLUBS fast Strict Factory Qeaifty • • • GOLF SHOES Special Purchase $19.95 Men 1 Gluv elk. fully leather lined. Black & White — Brown, Black. Sues 7.12. Compare with fineet •3500 Golf Shoes. • • • Also leaSei' Calf Sfcee.-$ J JJO Rtd .-id white, blue and white, brown and white. • • • Large assortment of bags, head :overc, geir carte, gelf clubs, gadets. wjnng apparel, etc. "mm*** rot mt cot/ir GOFFS n"*** Wrr CMAL 6ABUS Immetilata attention given clubs jailed in fee repairs. Pro-Nasser Arabs Detained in Israel Cettsinueat fr om Pag* 1-A ers, including a medical student and a law student at the Hebrew University, for investigation. All were released on bail. Among those detained in Jerusalem and Haifa were editors and contributors to the banned periodical. They were charged with publishing a newspaper without a license. Police said the defendants used a subterfuge to conform to the regulation mat a sinale issue of a publication does not i eejuire a license). The subterfuge was to publish the periodical with a slightly different name for each issue. The name always included the word "Earth" in AraWc so that its readers would know that it was the same journal. Cemplele and Dependable Tit le Service M IAMI TITLE & Qktwct Ca U YIARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Tide Ixi.rHC P.lkies of KMtet City Tirle Imerawce Co. Capital, SeraVei g ffaservei ficeed %SfiO0fl9Q 'M ead in StKMIUND AICADI miWIOMI ft 9-ltfl '* %  '"> "•<>-* As IM snd IN Security Trust Company Bldg.) 1M0RE Private Pool Beach and Cabana Colony HOTEL At 34th ST., MIAMI IIACN 'ta \ • Alr-Conditloned Room* \ • Private Beach and Pocl .tormatlen % # Parking on Premises '"* \ e Cocktail Lounge Reservations \ _, \ • Dining Room JK 1-0U1 e Entertainment Ppcl $8 Daily Pee Per. %  >ble. Oec TO MAR. 20 UTTER TO THE EDITOR Page 5-A Rockwells Right to Urge Genocide EDITOR, Th Jewish Floridian: A1 understand the Berman Rockwell controversy. Rockwell was distributing leaflets advocating the destruction of American Jews when Berman struck his associate, Morgan, in a fit of righteous anger. Berman was obviously wronij. Assuming that Rockwell was do"tnething illegal. Berman had no right to take the law into his own hands. The police should have been called to make an arrest. Rockwell was, however, doing that which the law gives him the right to do. The right to distribute literature on street corners has been guaranteed by the Constitution to all persons, no matter how odious, and is not dependant upon the concurrence or agreement with the views of the passers-by. The right to advocate for a course of action has similarly been upheld. Rockwell has as much right to advocate the elimination of Jews as someone else has to advocate the elimination of Nazis. Freedom of speech is. of course, a qualified right, and obscenity, as well as incitement to violence, is not protected. The existence of a "clear and present danger" curtails advocacy. Whether Morgans warped diatribes constituted a clear and present danger of violence I o American Jews is problematical, and would be a position to be adopted with great circumspection (especially in view of the recent report of NCRAC finding no evidence of anti-Semitic conspiracy" in the United States.) In any event, whether Morgan abused the privilege of free speech is a judicial question to be determined by a judge, and the weight of the law—not by the weight of numbers in a street corner scuffle. It is comforting to know that Berman would be well-represented in court. Jews have not al%  ways been as fortunate. It should be just as comforting to know that attorneys will be available to represent Morgan (Rockwell) who, because of his (now) unpopular views, -might find his rights undefended. The neutral application -of the law is the greatest protection to our democracy. To condemn the defense of the Nazi because of hatred of his position is to undermine the defense of Jews when positions might be reversed in other times and places. TOBIAS SIMON General Counsel Florida Civil Liberties Union Monthly Rummage Sale Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood will have its regular monthly rummage sale at Stevens Market, 27th ave. and NW 62nd st., Monday from 8 a.m. Mrs. Mae Goldman is in charge of information. A logical interest for all of us is putting our money te work where it can earn the highest possible return, and there can be no argument against such a purpose. But, if you are not one of those in the fortunate position of being able to accept possible losses without regret, then your first concern should be the safety of your money. It is not our intention to discourage proper and worthwhile investments, but we do believe that any proposed investment requires a second look. The New York Stock Exchange warns prospective investors to ."Investigate before you invest!" which is a commendable suggestion that should apply to i all forms of investing. Get rich quick ideas that really fulfill dreams of wealth are not generally offered to the public. So, we say, TAKE A SECOND LOOK! Your funds in a Dade Federal Savings account are insured to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Washington, D. C, and earn dividends for you twice a year at the current rate of 4% per annum. If the promise of a little higher earnings may prompt you to send your money elsewhere, TAKE A SECOND LOOK! Will your investment carry a risk you can't afford to take? WHl it have insured protection through an agency of oyr Federal Government, or just a promise of safety? Does it help keep your community growing and prosperous by creating employment, new services and provide homes for present and new residents? And, does that extra return you have in mind offset the advantage of having your hard-earned money close at hand and readily available to you when you wani. it? These advantages are yours when you invest in a Dad* Federal Savings Account. It ,.' ond forges'' Ijade Federal ^SAVINGS ond LOAN ASSOUATION O* MIAMI lO'lPH M I IP ION P.eMdeoi 5 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County • MAIN OFFICE-101 Fast floglei Street • ALLAPATTAH IRANCH-WOO N W. 34th Street • IAMI A Ml HANOI-1901 S W 8th Street • EDISON CENTER HUNCH-5100 NW 7th Avenue • NORTH MIAMI BRANCH-12370 NW. 7th Avenue OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 147 MILLION DOLLARS



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HgBu Page 6-B +Jewisl>ncrkmn Friday, March {, ij Miami's Pioneer Women give their wholecies. Host Pacesetters of the CJA event (left to hearted support to the 1960 Combined Jewish right) are Oscar Zeltzer, Mrs. Isaac Pushkin Appeal by devoting their entire meeting to the Mrs. Zeltzer, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham rox. and work of CIA's worldwide beneficiary agenMr. and Mrs Morris Dobschu ltz. Emma Lazarus Federation of Jewish Women's Clubs present 28 volumes of Sholem Aleichem in Yiddish to Oscar C. Evorhart. librarian at the Miami Beach Public Library. Left to right axe Mesdames Kasper Soper, donor of the books, I. Miller, Ann Sorfran, Sam Zuckerman, Jack Feldman. Mania Poll. Rose Gertz, Sylvia Shandoltf. S. Kleiman, Hyman Davis, L. Ray, and M. Lenches. Women Donate Books to Library Women of Year 1 Give Added Aid A dessert coffee will introduce Miami's -Women of the Year' to the community on Tuesday, it has been announced by Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, Women %  Division chairman of the Combined .Jouish Appeal. The meeting will be held at 1 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Sheldon Kay, 251 Shore dr., E., in Bay Heights, Miami. Coordinating the -Women of the Year" coffees throunhout Hade county as general solicit.it. on chairman is Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, who visited Israel last year as a member of the UJA Overseas Study Mission, and who has been active in local and national Jewish affairs for many years. Mrs. Meyers commended members of women's organizations who have shown active interest in this year's Combined Jewish Appeal. "The women of Dade county re-' alize that giving is a personal re sponsibility for each one of them, i as individuals. In making their own pledge to CJA, separate and apart from their husbands, they are saying I care too,'" Mrs. Meyers explained. She pointed out that sub-standard and dependent living in Israel is seriously affecting immigrant families. Decent housing is needed i for more than 60.000 still existing in canvas and tin huts of immigrant shanty towns. "A gift to CJA buys priceless j aid at low cost." Mrs. Meyers told the workers committee planning the "Women of the Year" event. $231 is the average per capita cost of complete services given an im-; migrant to Israel, including transj portation from port to settlement, a 10-day ration supply, and pocket money. Mrs. Meyers called upon all women to do their share in meeting I the minimal needs of Miami's! families, as well as those overseas and in Israel. MKS. SHUD0H KAr Talent Galore At CP Telethon Telethon officials thi*eek leased a long list of enter who will donate their the United Cerebral Palsy thon this weekend. Telecast through the facil of WCKT, ch. 7, the ninth an show will be held at Miami Auditorium beginning at 9 31 on Saturday, and continu> th 2 p.m., the following day. Expected to be present du the evening will be Rev. Fa John E. Culmer and Rabbi ing Lehrman. This year the Tele'hin again be emceed by Dcnr..Jan and Gloria DeHaven. JQirtks in bra school at 77th st. and Dickens in will open Sunday to Temple agers. Youth breakfast, usually held 1 the Temple on Washing* in an will take place this week at auditorium of the branr'i sc Some 80 boys and gtrli atW these breakfasts weekly, wk feature talks by noted speatad Nursery and Sunday school cb es started in the new school eral weeks ago. per on behalf of the Miami Beach Mrs. Ann Salran's verses, presentchapter of the Emma Lazarus Fed ed in the name of the Federation, eration of Jewish Women's Clubs, i and a volume of poetry by her sis] this was the second gift of Aleiter, Broche Stolovy. (hem works from the women's group. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. | Samuel Adler Feb. 22. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. EmanI uel Latimer Feb. 22. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. MorLibrarian Oscar C. Everhart ac-' ton Oilman Feb. 22. cepted the books on behalf of the' Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Headed by Mrs. Jack Feldman,. library. Others among the many Donald Schwartz Feb. 20. president, the chapter women also women present included Mrs. Rose Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Aaron presented the municipal library Gertz and Mrs. Mania Poll, culDixon Feb 20 with a copy of •Ernestine Rose tural directors, and Miss Sylvia Son born to Mr. and Mrs Irving Shandloff, a past president of the Wilson Feb. 19. chapter Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Zobler Feb. 18. Son born to Dr. and Mrs. Burton Levin Feb. 18. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. James Lcvine Feb. 18. leted plans for its Punm Carnival' c^n^FTb^n"'" "* "* *""* M. d r B n""frm ^ S ? ^"^ Dau hter *"" to Mr and Mrs. Mar. 13, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. Marc Kahn Feb 7 Lunch will be served following Daughter born to Rabbi and the Punm assembly and costume Mrs. Max Lipschitz Feb 16 parade on Sunday morning at the Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Temple. Prizes for the costumes I Joseph Pender Feb 16 will be awarded by the PTA to the Daughter born to Mr and Mrs religious school children. Pupils will be assembled at 10 Purim Carnival At Temple Judea PTA of Temple Judea has comTonight as you watch TV enjoy the distinctive nutty flavof of Swiss Knight cheese. Great for snacks with crackers and fruit. 6 handy "zip open" wedges. THE 0RIGINA1 Swiss KNIGHT • PROCESS Gf*U£CMUS£ FREE I960 @ Kojher-forPossovor Products Directory. for your FREE copy, write: Orthodox Union, 305 Broodway, Now fork 7, N. Y. a.m. to watch the Rabbinical Asm. television program, "The Still Small Voice," on ch. 7, during which Rabbi Morris Skop, Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Benjamin Udoff, education director, and the Temple Judea children's chorus will present a Purim broadcast. Bazaar booths, games and a teenage "bop dance" will be the feature of the afternoon. Proceeds will be used to complete the furnishing of the Temple's classrooms. Rabbi Rosenberg on TV •Still Small Voice." television' program of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.. featured Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Congregation, on Sunday over WCKT ch. 7. THE UNITED KASHRUS ASSOCIATION of Greater Miami, Inc. Announces That We HAVE WITHDRAWN SUPERVISION from MALTER'S Sunshine Meat & Poultry Mkt. 436 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Yeshiva and Mesifta Torah Vodaath invites yov to offend A TESTIMONIAL DINNER in honor of fhe BIENENFELD FAMILY X IO*AS aw moms tost* U*AM/M WALDMAN'S CORONET HOTEL SUNDAY, MARCH 6 ot 7:00 P.M. %  •^.Hom c.ll Philip walss. 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rage 4-B +Jels*tk*rldtan Friday. Match 4, i Jewiih Floridian Exclusive c ARRIAGE COUNSELOR Ljf tSantuef Q. JKling MIAMI'S NATIONALLY FAMOUS MARWACE COUNSELOR AND AUTHOR I have previously spoken of the emotions which, often unknown to us, may be the driving force behind what we feel and do. These emotions, such as b.e, hate, fear, may have their roots deep in the past—right back, even, in early childhood. This does ret mean we are never motivated by reason. Nor dees it mean that we have a right to disparage those who place great value on the power of human reason. lead, it might be well to remember that Freud 1 iseH used rational methods to arrive at his theorof the irrational springs of human behavior. What we should accept, however, is that where i deepest feelings are concerned people are seli ii completely rational. If we are better to underBl nd our marriages and ourselves, therefore, we must look beyond reason, for reason—or what passes [t is often used merely to justify behavior which has a deeper significance and motivation. The idea that what we feel and do in the present ii elate i to our past experience is easier to accept re think of the behavior of animals. It is common knowledge, for instance, that a puppy which frequently been kicked will often snarl and i nge from human beings when it grows older. Feelings of Insecurity Si with humans. Is it really so farfetched to v ie\ %  that someone who in childhood was not loved V.. his mother may carry his experience of rejection .(Kisciously into manhood? His unconscious feel-:s in fact may be extended to all who symbolize I him his mother, most often to his wife, from : he may feel he never quite gets all the love I wants or needIndeed out of this very feeling of early parental Iection may grow equally Itrong feelings of in • urit) and inferiority. And these in turn may lay l v e foundation for the husband's or wife's later acute Uugf of jealousy. Of course, on the other hand, many people have iving parents and have loving, positive feelings %  them. They respect them and want to be ::i When such people marry' they tend to do re successfully than the others; for. having l-.en exposed love and affection from birth, they are better able to transfer their acquired capacity for Ice to other people. In short, we say such people • I I'lvely "normal" and well adjusted. Or. to put it another way. youngsters who all lr lives have been exposed to warm, loving par. •relj anxious and insecure. They view •rid with warm, friendl] ind are serene I optimistic. They have a -ense of inner tranility which is the most priceless posses-ion any Inlal can acquire, and no amount of material can achieve Bioiogicjl Endowments Conversely, children reared by hostile, quarrelparents frequently grow up to be suspicious, C)nica!. and pessimistic. Such people tend to beichopenhauers of the world, viewing everyand everyone with a jaundiced eye. Their r arri ire largely failures because they cannot S what they have never had. How can such a hand love his wife when he has never been ex, sed I • love? How can a wife have a real feeling affection for her husband when she herself has mown affection as a child? iualy, we must always take into account the I logical endowments with which we came into the I But. allowing (or these, the way our parents toward us and treated us in infancy and childably played the largest part in shaping the of person we are now. ir parents want children at all? Did they to have us. or traa it an accident? Did they want a girl and get a boy, or vice versa, or were we just what they desired? How did they expect children to behave? Did they expect rigid obedience or, at the opposite extreme, were they indifferent to what we did? Did they have the capacity to love children and to demonstrate their love, or was their attitude cold and devoid of affection? How did they feel about sex? Were they open and tolerant or secretive and puritanical? The answers to questions like these are funda^ mental to the understanding of the sort of husbands and wives we are today. If we know anything at all, we know that many infants who do not receive maternal care and affection may develop into people who are permanently crippled emotionally, and N unable really to love anyone, including their husbands and wii i Signs of Immaturity Host Of us are familiar with the expression "mother-fixation." It is usually used to explain the behavior of some grown-up person who is unduly dependent upon his mother—someone, that is, who has I carried over into adult life feelings about his mother that are more appropriate to childhood. In some cases, the individual concerned may not marry at all but stays with his mother, perpetuating the childhood relationship as long as possible. A slightly less obvious sign of such immaturity | is in the behavior of the husband who continuail> compares his wife's cooking unfavorably with his mother's. Less obvious, perhaps, is the man who marries a woman with the unconscious desire that she dominate him. so that he may remain as passive and as | dependent as when he was a child. Sometimes this ••moiher-fixation" is reflected in thehusband's inability to have sexual intercourse with bis wife, since he tend*, nncoi of course, to identify his wife with his mother so that the whole idea • sexual relationships with any woman become abhorent. Again people who perpetually criticize and nas their spousemay often be seeking an ideal which ed on their early feelings about one or both of | their parents. In their unconscious search for an unattainable ideal, such people may be unfaithful to their spouses and in some cases make an unsuccessful relationship with another partner—or with a succession of partners. The Healthier Attitude Brothers and sisters, if we have them, are almost as important in our lives as our parents. Our early relationships with them also affect our later behavior. One way in which this is evident is in our attitude to our colleagues: wo tend to feel towards them to some extent as we did towards our brothers and sisters If we were the eldest in our family, we may try to treat our colleagues in an authoritative or protective way. We may. on the other hand, see them as rivals for our parents' love —and spend our time competing with them. If in childhood we did look on our brothers and listen as rivals, we probably felt that parental was unfairly disturbed, and that we did not get our fair share of our parents' love. These feelings may be reflected in later life in an unexplained and often unnecessary jealousy of others. Where, however, our childhood was spent in a cooperating, sharing family group, a generous, cooperative attitude tow aids others is apt to characterize our outlook awe grow older It Ithis healthier attitude and environment which tends to make a success of marriage later on. Air. K'.inq it available fer private marriage counseling at the Hunt.'ngton Medical kldq.. in Miami MIS. IDA WtSill Mizrachi Women Honor Member Miami Beach chapter of Vi/r.'ihi Women will sponsor a Bon Voyage party in honor of Mrs. Ida Wessel, who is leaving for an extended tour of Europe and Israel. Mrs. Wessel is a past president of Mizrachi. She is on the esecu tive board of the Jewish National Fund, board member of the Hebrew Academy, and a life member of the Jewish Home for the Aged and HadassahThe party will be held Monday noon. Mar. 14, at the Star restaurant. Senior Citizens Elect Officers Two Senior Citizen ( Greater Miami Jewish (umm Center conducted officer insti tions last week, it was announ by A. Budd Cutler, chairman. AttheMiami Beach Bras 11 a rry"CeTHI%-3s*tnst a 1 li-cTa^T ident, along with the following, ficers: First vice president. Jiti T Mary Applebaum; second vi| president, Mrs. Lena Mintzcs-l treasurer. Louis Lieberman; setj retary, Mrs. Anne Schester; fi.| nancial secretary, Charles Langl social secretary, Mrs Minnie RoT sen; and sergeant at arms, Joseph! Elman. Lester E. Lewis is the newpr.| ident of the Senior Citizens Cluil at the North County Branch. Other! off.cers installed with him wer| president. Louis Langwal*! • reasurer, Mrs. Etta Semm cording secretary'. Mrs. Ida Shea man: social secretaries Mrs. lia Rich and Mrs. Stella Frie land. In-t.-lling Officer for both club was Efraim H. Gale, GMJCC ej ecutive director. Chapter Rummage Sale Her. Robyn Tubin chapter of the CHr| of Hope will hold a rummage sal Saturday at Stevens Market, NW 27th ave. Co-chairmen Mrs. Al Amoroso, Mrs. Alb Matz, and Mrs. Arthur Tubin. | ceeds are for the Robya Fund. Gale Due at Convention Efraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will take part in major workshops at the I960 biennial convention of the National Jewish Welfare Board due Mar. 30 to Apr. 3 in St. Louis. Mo. Gale will be consultant at a workshop on "Approaches to Center Evaluation and Planning." f NOW! : • • : for moglc-easq meals... 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Prices $4.00, $3.00, $2.25 — Make Checks Payable to Frost Productions Reservations HI 6-9230 WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Four heolthy portion' %  each full 16-ounee \o< deluxe truly delict' "You'll l*o enjoy rep*\ Hotwrta-Msnt"?* ^Ce llte Ffcbuij,. IJiJunibo^rsnacli-s* portions... with ckf* JeUed i *uot...toP si0 '" jTfade by the takenif I and other Kosher o I mm — • — % % 



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Friday. March 4. 1960 Some Wardrobe Hints For Tourists to Israel *JewistifhfMian By RAY BINDER iawnh Floridian lml Correspondent TEL AVIV—Scarcely a day passes without letters from friends and family in the States and, most important, a good percentage of Ihese advising us of expected visits ,,, [srael in the near future, I am happy to receive these letters with requests for advice on what to exped and what to bring. So, I have decided to answer these many letins with one for all Dear Friends: \\;,s delighted to hear from you, especially that you are planning a winter visit to Israel. It is a wonderful time to come. Your request for advice was flattering, more so because I know it is a real one, so [l will take advantage of this and go "iiill -steam ahead." Before 1 advise, I will describe the u tather, so that you will understand why I suggest certain [clothing March is marked by days [ %  of varied weather—cold, occasional ram and interspersed with days [of beautiful sunshine and moder[ate temperatures. Ohe day you [can go about with just a sweater— Hhe next day clad in warm dress land coat. 1 might say our weather icomparative with Miami %  tithes. 1 know you will think that I am 1 emu txtremely conservative in I ny suggestion*, but bring only! vital I list, and you will thank me.' first, .-tick to drip-dry skirts, or-J sweater sets (two of each are; nore than enough), one pair of heeled shoes (I do not recom-, nend flats, as the transition to high he< Is after a full day of sight' %  seem, will be too much of a strain cm your leg muscles), and one pair' t>t high heel shoes—after a day of : sightseeing you will not even both to put them on. Include on the clothing list one tailored suit and one dressy outfit. Important is a raincoat with a |inmi>. do not bring one of the plastic folding kinds, as they are not practicable or suitable in a heavy rain. I suggest a raincoat with a lining so that it can be used Is a coat; this saves space and Overweight on the plane. For yourl better half, I have even a smaller j ist. which I am sure will not make him unhappy: two drip-dry white shin>. i ne warm sweater, drip-dry! kuit dnpdry slacks, good walking Mioes. dress pair of shoes, also a Raincoat with lining. I also suggest an umbrella—if oss.bit the folding type—to keep hand, ready for one of those >neg Shobbcl Friday Eve Oner Shabbat f the David Pln(i Folk-chol took place hist Prievening at the home of Mr. Mrs. Ben Yoraen. unexpected sunny showers. As for underwear and pg's, bring as little as possible. Another important fact: it is completely unnecessary to bring an extra supply of cosmetics, toilet goods or coffee. We have everything here. It may be a bit higher, but no more so than having the extra charges, extra bulky bundles and the nuisance of packing more than you need. The question. "Why has she given me such a slim list to bring," must be on your mind at this point. Well. I must confess, there are reasons: First, to save you payment of overweight on baggage for unnecessary articles; second, you must always have extra space to bring packages from other people for other people; and third, going home you must have room to pack all the lovely things you will buy here. As to bringing gifts for family here. It sounds mercenary, but money is the best gift, in two ways. You can get them what they need, and the money will be spent here. Also, cigarettes are always in demand, but there is an official limit, so you are held down to a minimum. For yourself, save that anniversary gift, as Israel boasts the most beautiful knitted women's clothing, coats, sweaters and jewelry. Keep all the "Regards to so-andso" listed in a book, alphabetically and according to the city in which they are to be given. Then on your arrival here, send postcards to all these folks, telling them what hotel you will be at, and when you will be in their city. This will save you time, energy and enable you to do these favors for your friends in the States. I usually suggest that you put aside one evening or one afternoon in each of the big cities for visits necessitated by these "regards." Your conscience will be clear, and you will have done your "mitzvah." As Ever, RAY Children's Work Going on View When the exhibit of paintings by children of Fujisawa. Japan, takes place here Mar. 14 to 30 at the Miami Beach Art Center, 2100 Collins ave., the four Miami Beach garden clubs will help to create the right oriental atmosphere. Flower arrangements, either in pure Japanese style or with a Japanese feeling, will be shown by Miami Beach, Tropical, Mt. Sinai and Palm Hibiscus Star Island Garden Clubs. Committee in charge of arrangements for the show includes Mrs. Reyna Youngerman. Miami Beach painter, Mr. Seymour Waldman, and Mrs. Kenneth Oka. Page 7 A .. AFRICA—EUROPE 4 Continents rfijUe? Moy 3rd Reran My 4th—iS Days rree-planting ceremony marks recent Tu B'Shevat celebration 'i" u img ceremony marks recent IU o onevui i.mwi X Te mple ludea in Coral Gables. Left to right are Bemice *ash, student in the religious school; Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader; Cantor Herman Gottlieb; and Benjcrmin Udoff. ^"cation director. Looking on are members of the student Alumnae Schedule Meeting Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of Greater Miami were to meet on I Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Joey Kamp, 1534 Ancona ave., Coral Gables. Visiting: Bermuda Casablanca Tangier Gibraltar Majorca Barcelona Cannes Genoa Venice Athens Cyprus Haifa Tel Aviv Jerusalem Tiberias Naples Rome Madrid Lisbon Madeira Canaries Venezuela Curacao THAVF.I AU-inclusive *1895 00 First Class Steamship Accom. First and Deluxe Hotels All Meals everywhere AH Sightseeing All Shore Excursions All Transfers Baggag e Handling Service Charges etc. FIRST COME—FIRST SERVED If*, larger Travil Service MH MI Disleaat Hotel, Hellyweea, Fla. Mean sens' Isle. • %  loir NAME nilef Bt# • a a) • • t • • at a a e e f eeeaeeoe • **>***it>*tttt< •HONE #.



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%  I Friday. March 4. 1960 ORT to Celebrate 80th Anniversary Chapters affiliated with t* e Southeast Florida region of Women's American ORT were this week joining in the worldwide celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training. Women's American ORT is currently contributing to the expansion of ORT schools throughout the world-schools designed to give vocational training and a chance for a new life to oppressed or sub-marginal Jews who have had no previous practical education and who are starting up anew in Israel and elsewhere. Coral Gables chapter planned a luncheon and card party Wednesday noon at the Pub restaurant. Rabbi Samuel April, of Coral Way Jewish Center, will be guest speaker. IORT Day in Miami i* proclaimed by Mayor Robert King High For the Greater Miami chapter, las (left) Mrs. Estelle Tischler. president of the Southeast Florida £ Wl ** a mee,in 8 Mar. 8 at the Ireg.on. and Mrs. Samuel Pollock, regional membership chair!£L U 2f„ ho i e \ l with Mrs Harry Iman look on. Rosenblatt, Southeast region vice president, scheduled on "Journey to Understanding." The awardwinning film, "Mellah," will also be shown. Miami Beach afternoon chapter met Wednesday. 11 30 a.m.. for brunch and a card party at the home of Mrs. J. Sherbill. 1761 Cleveland rd. Mrs. S. Pollack was guest speaker. North Dade chapter met Wednesday evening at the Balmoral hotel for a fashion show and guest speaker. South Miami chapter marked its early observance of ORT Day at a meeting Feb 27 at the home of Mrs. Willard Wohlegemuth. Northwest chapter met Wednesday evening for tea at the home of Mrs. Elinor Holman, 18620 NW 11th pi. Speaker was Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt Page 5-B By order of Mayor Shepard Broad, of Bay Harbor Island 3. Kane Concourse was ORT Concourse, and Broadview ter. wcs • ££T


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Friday, March 4. 1960 *le*i*ti fkriHun TALES OF MORALS 7l u told of two brothers who inI htnted a fortune. The fortune was to he equally distributed between them. But one of the broI ihers was shrewd, and with cunI 'iing he managed to acquire hit ^ brother *. r tii*ra. a* well at hit oiortHt ; His conscience, however, led him to assist his brother in time of need. Whenever his brother as\ed him for financial assistance, he gave I it to him, earning the poor mmi'i granted*. In the course of time, the poor man discovered that he had been swindled and hailed his brother into court to jersV redress. Th court ruled that the inheritance be relumed to the poor man in in entiretv. The rich brother then complained: "Should not all the money %  that I gave him be fair en into conI ^deration and deducted from his rightful inheritance?" \o." answered tJie judge. "The shame to which your brother was \ubiected meriu punishment. All this time, your brother was under the impression that he was bring c 'i chanty." MORAL: Many of us engage in untcrupuloui ways to amass fortunes and then salve our consciences through the gii -ing of charity. Pag 13-A 3n OL 9£ ea / w OfJHt ictmi s 9£/, tatoits The Sanctuary as Symbol Of Our Religious Freedom ^Jiebrew C^om era//on n n ? f rj n; c n <^c r vices Xife J It i s 6v c c h e n a AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyl, i.t Orthodox Rabbi laaac Ever. Friday ;1.-| p.m. Saturday H.'M a.m. Sertnoo: 'HulM.-r* of SaiiciuarieThin and Now—A Challenge." ANSHE EMES. Conaervativa. prasidant. 2533 SW 19th ava. Maxwell Silberman, 1 : • T T • "xf na npi nfea mm *sa loo i&* ,trjwj a"picp ws'an^ntaiin m frfo*? II .TV T: ~ %  • 7 T : .a*ans tnw : r "> tyjfl a^Nia BJJ* raon ,*Tixn TB niife %  ?# nxiajjg nx njty ,TTflKJ %  ?2 i57B?a may .*, i T TV • r ?Ji?3"ni?a:^f tti| Ofib By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF CowgroaaosOi, Bath II The beams used in the construction of the sanctuary trace back to the days of Jacob, according to the Midrash. Upon entering Egypt, Jacob instructed his children to plant cedar trees. "For one day. God will deliver you from here, and ask you to build a sanctuary. By planting these trees now, you will have the wood necessary for this structure." Afraid that the approaching Egyptian persecution might bring his children to the depths of despair, the wise patriarch injected them with the element of hope. He assured them that although they would suffer many hardships, their redemption would ultimately come and they would build a beautiful sanctuary—a symbol of religious and spiritual freedom. Throughout our checkered history, whenever our oppressors seemed to drain us of all we had, it was our hope in a better tomorrow that sustained us. As a Chassidic rabbi once noted, "The Jewish people are like the hands of a clock. At times they are down, but soon they rise to new heights." It was their hope of returning to their land, which kept our ancestors of the Babylonian exile from being dissipated among the nations It was this same hope which enabled us to emerge from the crucible of CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. Nazi destruction, strengthened in a renewed State of Israel. KaH.nsl r,hodo,< fUbbi ch On the personal level, one who learns to accept a business reversal, a family problem, the loss of a loved one, or any other misfortune, as a passing thing, and learns to temper it with the hope in a more radian; future, will be more fit to work for that future. • Hiitikvah"—The Hope—is a fitting anlhcin for the Jewish nation: it might serve as a worthwhile theme in the life of every individual as well. KABBI SOIOHON SCHIff hope in future BETH DAVID. 2415 SW 3rd ava. Can. eervative. Rabbi Vaakov Rownbtia Cantor William W Lioson Friday 8:11 pin S.-rm-.n: "Itiilldiiu; HuniHii Sanctuaries." Adult studies series follows an vice tram f.t:, to I" .!" n in. saiiii.lin %  • j, ni Bar Mlii. van: Richard. non of Mr. .m.l MrJoJseph Krlssel. BETH EL. 800 SW ITthave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomcr hlff. Friday I mid 140 p.m. HatVtua .1. .Iigated to sisterhood. Beraton: The Role of Hi.Jewish Woman." Saturday 8:30 a in BETH IMITH. 12250~NW 2nd ava. Conaervativa. Rabbi David W. Heraon. Cantor Hyman Fain. Fridav 1:15 p.m. S.rmon: ,,„. ,\|,;| "'• lo Give.' HUurrUs •• .in Visitlnic cantor In absence of Cantor Hvm.in III.-. who la recuperattllf fium emerKern > surgery. 1ETM ISRAEL. 4000 Pralria ava. Orthodox Rabbi H. Louia Rottman. I BETH JACOB. 301311 Waabington ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 8ETH RAPHAEL. Orthodox. 138 NW 3rd ava 8ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava. Or. thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E Rackovsky irjdaj >; p m s.,i iraaj > 88 ,i ,m Baj mon ihaiiiy Olvlaj ..r Taklacr' Srrmon ai ', p.m.: "Wbm ia the -.intl .11 v ?•• 408 im -ORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER P.O. Box 34-J84, Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. JADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18160 NW 2nd ave. Corner native. Cantor Eman. uel Mandel. GEMS OF WISDOM The righteous shall live by hit faith. — HAB. a a When Israel gatned fatth. then ... could they ung. AHAMU. a • a In the struggle with eml. only faith matters. BAAL 8HI-.M. When Cod IMIIU to punish a man. He deprives him of faith. BAAL -HI -.1 In Judaism faith is ... the capacity of the soul to perceive the abiding ... in the transitory, the niT-mh/e in the risable. —BAECK. • Men reach the sublime pinnafle of faith when they learn to transform tragedy into soul energy. J. L. BARON. a I believe in the sun even when it is not shining. I believe in lore even when not feeling it. I believe in God even u>hrn He is silent In-criptmn in a Cologne cellar. i where Jew* hid from the Nazis, j ... Where reason ends, faith begins. NAHAM BRATZLAV. BBJi ; •' : r—.-iir *;::!!; :i'!.>.:i.' %  .;, %  Sabbath. s. i mon: "Th Pour KNOW YOUR HERITAGE Meaning of Hebrew Words Reflect on Ancient Heritage r LAGLER GRANA.DA. 50 NW 51st pi Conservative Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein. I • — -T. LAUDERDALE EMaNU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ava. Reform. Rabbi M.in-.is Ranson. Cantor Sherwin Lavine. What is th moaning of the word "Mosshiaeh?" "Meshiach" moans "Anointed (with oil) by God." The ancient custom of annointing with oil had both a sacred and social significance. A prominent aspect of the sacred ritual was the anointing of the Messiah will, at least symbolically, be anointed with oil by God, as a symbol of his sacred mission. '^^TTl "•SSrt S*3 SM nniti Kings and Priests with sacred oil. ••-< T -'' !•:]•-* it was. therefore, assumed that ^11 nx wpizton .nriin !" *?v ona •? uysm ^njnDJxnnKirxT.n^nri •l-T'inxi Eha-n ttfm *^ Q'K^pjn nixa anniy ai-s n C;C? ^;-Tian naixn ?y .nisa ays CANDLELIGHTING TIME 5 Aden* — 6:04 p.m. HEBREW ACADEMY. 18 8th St. Ormt Need .< thodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa. — • HIALFAH RFFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 88th st.. Hialeah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. .1!"• %  fioin |{i TEMPLE BETH FL. 1645 Polk at.. Ho'lywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel iae nop v "..-i ni.Hrhw ai iz, %  • •llu: • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe at. Conservative. Ratioi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreiber. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasa ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisb Cantor Davio Convlaer. -. mon Do Libi %  III wai ion • -II I %  Mltsvah: Ronajd, -..II I Ml El v in Sluarl. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Grossberg Ki Idas 1:13 | -n "The .. in. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ava. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor larael Reich i.ni Saturday 9 m. TRANSLATION ~ T ABricottwr.1 Exhibition nn!c h f dis,ance we heard the 1' "Sines. At first we saw nothing. b u t sfter a few minutes ver ,K a "e P Une8 P"** 1 ">"" InuH h e f,eW Fr0,n thei *" clouds of yellow smoke came out. th.' The|r are ,how, n< the public "* spraymg of field. fronTthe ?oS7n T 8r U|> "P 1 -"***We 'SE n xb?bltio g n". te0£UleA riCU, • tit2 e !L tt eD,rmnce o the ExhibiWh e K-l!re.-f*'toe What wore the Cities of Refuoar? They were cities set aside by the .. u ancient Hebrews to protect the What .8 th. nwaning of tho Hofundamenta j nnoC ence of a perbrew word Axaiol? i son who accidentally perpetrated It was the name of a mythical manslaughtcr The law aimed to evil demon that resided in the. s ave he „ f from |he wralh eastern wastes of Judea, and of the nearest kin of the s | aln who whom the sin laden scapegoat was in hose days regardec| jt M hl dispatched in the ritual practiced duly in rcta | iation t0 avenge his ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mortor Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen. nV llll. -II "Giving ol '• in. itar M tavah Howard, aon ot S,T: "'""• M and Mi Kdward Hym • • III II. Ii...1 l||,u il III sih"ii"i Rai Mltsvah -•' '• p in Raul -in : M and Un %  I Hurt on the Day of Atonement. relative's death by as.sassination. What is th* Diaspora? It is a Greek word for "dispers Nation,! Fund, .bowing stages in the development of h settlement. We continued on u *y and eame to a model of he Hulah refion. We saw the big 'e before and after the drainage opcraUons. Today hundreds of ajj^ulturirt. m worUni „ tbe ^ Ule "'I that wa. once m.hs. Published by Brit Ivrit OUmit) Is thoro a book in tho Hobrow Bible called "Canticles?" Yes. It is the name often used for the Song of Songs. The W*\Z£ brew name is "Shir Hashirim." The book is read in tbe synagogue tion of the Jewish communities transplanted out of Judah during RjKttS. fSSS. eieS communiUes^ outside of Israel. Friday afternoon in anticipation!^ ^^ ^^^ | ^ | of the Sabbath. Its love theme is tvnMi y to the traditional Jew, but a synv I Because tbe Jewish day runs bol of the love that should exist from sunset to sunset. It is based KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield Cantor Abraham Seif. "ri'i.i %  n in v, > of TilliMy God,' bj Hi i •11. .11 u ... 'pirliual li-iiiU-i Rabbi Louia l.t-hrii. I.I. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Herschall Savilla. Cantor Joseph Salaman. KrlilM.v •;: Id .m.l s .'.i |i in s.i\i,-r dlii.i.il i.. Hlatarhood Nmlii Hatunlay I Jim. S.-imcm: Ii n. I.l.-nt It y." VtONTICELLO PARK. 184th at. ane NE 11th ava. Conservative. Rabbi Max LipehiU. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. I"il.la> .".:30 and l:M I'm Sernv.n: 'A L'at H Ua <'i>ni-rpt of Charity." Saturday a.m. Itar Ml tavah: Makrvta, -mi Of Mr and Mm. I %  .. \ i.l Uaa, who will i-liHiit the entire —IIloo S08TH DADE CENTER. 1: Dixie hwy. Conservative. Manry OkoUca. Rabbi between God and man. %  This page is prepared in coi operation with the Spiritual Lrad; ers of the Greater Miami Rabfeinj ical Assn. Rabbi Yaakov G. Roacnbcrg Coordinator CONTRJB4JT08S Rabbi David Herton Talc* and Ceisu of Wisdom Rabbi B Leon Hurwtt* Know Tour Hantagc on the Biblical story of where we read, "And it was evening and it was morning, the first day." The day commenced with the evening. Though a day is equated with 24 hours, tbe Sabbath day is supposed to be longer. We usher it In before sunset with the lighting of the candles, symbols of a joyous welcome. • • What does the weed "toy" moan? It is a Hebrew term which means "nation." The Jews are known as a "goy kodosh," a "holy nation." Regretfully, the word "goy," when used without the adjective, has now become a slang expression applied to non-Jews. rrpation I •"'rWay 8:15 p.m. Serrmin: "FVntlval of I Purlin" ihie-s ShaldMt hoata: Member* of Sisterhood. Saturday $ a.m. —o— NORTH SHORE CENTER. 820 78th at Conaervativa. Rabbi Mayor Abram ewita. Cantor Edward Klain. Krlday 8:1 ."• p.m. Sermon: "Jews In Latin A mat-tea." Saturday 9 a.m. Harmon: "Weekly 1'ortlon." SOUTHWEST CENTER 8438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Kksln. TEMPLE ADATH YI8HU8UN. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. H'rlday S p.m, at Unified btda NE itlsi >i Baraaoa: "Charity la Not a Jewlnh Concept." Onea Shabtrnt hnala: Mr. and Mra. Abe Si.-In. In honor of their third weddina anniversary. Saturday 8 a.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5850 N. Kendall dr.. a Miami. Reform Raoat Herbert •aumaara). Canter Chartea Kodner Kilday 7:30 p.m. Service dedicated 1j TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph ft. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornatein. Hl.l.i'. K:15 I-is Bern • %  'It. iMil— la .i L.-ini; the II... a— TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman G.ittlieb. f\ i,i., \ |:1S p n: S. rmon rffei Intro Of ill.II. a n and Mill. I ''..mile 1:1lilt: Mm I..-..Haul K.ili-h .mil iliinuh tar, iii.mil.. in li-nni of ii<-i -'"Hi •!• dlnfi aiuiiv.1 HI v Saturday 9 a.m. Rearulai aert h i 18 : a.m. a TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombrrg. I i i.l.ij '," an.I vir. p.m. Srrmon: aivtaa l Determined by One's Heart. Saiiinlay 8:41 a.m. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12108 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Banna M. Wallach. Prtday 1:11 p.aa. BenaMfa: "Sir Julian Huxley Refuted." a TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 881 Flamingo Way. Conaervativa. Rabbi Leo Heim. Friday ft p.m. M.f-li.ililver to aaalat. Queat -


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CAUSEWAY LUNCH OIHHER SUPPE R to^&t in nil ni i CANIONISI COOKING The NEW Sensation In Prepared Foods BROASTED CHICKEN FISH BAR BQ Baby Back RIBS EAT IN OUR FAMILY DINING ROOM OR TAKE SOME DELICIOUS CHICKEN HOME TONIGHT OKDMS TO TAKl OUT Call PR 9-1846 Open 11:30 a.m. to Midnite NAMES MAKE NEWS: Although many have been the laments from landlords anent to many vacancies this winter season, there's no stopping the eruption of new apartment buildings on the Beach and main land. For instance. Charles Mattel, former hotel operator, is busy with the erection of his new Executive House, slightly north of the Mom martre, and on the oceanfront. while the Evans family, of Loch Sheldrake. NY., and the local Governor hotel, are readying their new structure, the Hamilton House, not too many steps removed from the Mattel Mrs Louis Glasser. one-of the area's more indefatigable charity aides, and currently active in the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, has been appointed to the U.S.O. National Council. The Saul Maksiks, of Hollywood, the Steve (TV) Ellises, his sister, Adcle Ellis, of Philly, and attorney Morris Solomon, catching Duke Hazlctt singing a la Sinatra at Seville Downstairs room. Key West honoring Mitchell Wolfion on Mar. It to commemorate the opening of the Audubon House, an historical structure restored by the Wolfson Foundation. At a dinner dance at the Case Marina, Sen. George Smathers will be keynote speaker. Also attending will be Gov. LeRoy Collins and other state officials. A passing motorist looking at the encircling throng at the 17th green of Bayshore may have thought some important tournament was going on. It wasn't toptiotch golfers that drew the fans but Jerry Lewis and his "Bellboy" -movie entourage taking exterior shots on the golf course. How many times have you heard famed hotel row along the oceanfront described as eye-opening as any movie set Hollywood has ever offered? Well, no better proof is needed. More than five films have been or are about to be filmed, using the made-to-order settings of the luxury hotels. They possibly couldn't be duplicated in entirety in Holly woodland, not at today's monstrous prices. The Sam Rivkinds, celebrating their 40th anniversary, are on a West Indies cruise with their daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Steinberg, of Harrison, N.Y., and Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Golden, of Cincinnati. It's a double anniversary celebration, in fact, with the Goldens marking their 15th. Finally discovered the first guy off the tee Sunday at Bayshore. He's Irvin Gordon, of Rosedale restaurant, who's usually breakfasting with his fairway cronies before 9:30, after 18 holes. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gold are entertaining their daughter and son-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs. George Kravits, at their Beach home. He's a vice president of the London publishing house of Bork Bros. Jack Young, entertainment director of the Deauville, in a Sunday game at Bayshore with grocery wholesaler Morris Green. Lee Phillips, of The Jewish Ploridian staff, made a couple of BayShore vets, Vic Friedman and Ben Rachlin, sit up and take notice with her par-shooting. -#: •* -k Tony Bennett, always a popular vocal figure in these parts, is beck for another engagement on the Beach, this time his romantic roundelays are being aired at the Deauville Casanova supper club, along with the comedy of Alan Drake. Pearl Bailey is making her first appearance here, at the Eden Roc Pompeii room, with her revue. It's quite an occasion for the soft-spoken and'very relaxed appearing Pearl. Red Skelton. who did a record-breaking stint at the Fontainebleau La Ronde last year, has returned with his typical characterizations, that Iracture both TV and live audiences. Singer-dancer Elaine Dunn is on the same bill. Paulette Goddard, in real life, the frau of famed author Erich I Maria Remarque, mokes her initial bow on the local stage Tuesday, I co-starring in the murder-mystery thriller, "Laura," with Reginald Gardiner, at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The light and lively musical revue, 'Angel in the Wings," now at Coconut Grove Playhouse, ends its run on Sunday, with co-stars Paul liartman and Carol Bruce. MOVIE FARE: It's interesting to note that "On the Beach" is the nation's top box-office atraction, nosing out "Suddenly Last Summer" and "Ben-Hur," in that order. I What an array of talent heads "Our Man in Havana," latest Graham Greene mystery screenplay with a hearty dash of laughs. Alec Guinness, Burl Ives, Ernie Kovacs and Noel Coward share honors with Mau rcen O'Hara. RESTAURANT ROW: Jack Teagarden and his swingin' jazz combo are holding forth at Carriage Club of the Miami Springs Villas. Norman Arrow, one of the experts in the local catering field, is on hand at the Royal Palm hotel to help service large or small parties. If you haven't visited the homey restaurant of Nick and Antoinette's. V624 NE. 1st ct., you're missing something special in Italian cookery. Radio Winer reports jam-packed business at his Bonfire on the 79th st. causeway. More truth than rumor is the report that Al Goldman and brother Jack may seen have a well-known local restaurant under their joint management, if their terms suit present owners who are anxious to sell. Al s Fu Manchu is a byword for fine Cantonese food here while brother Jack ha* been long identifed with Hickory House here and J.d ^T *E2 at £ Marseilles n have special saltfree and diabetic diet? In addition, the popular Collins ave. hotel ls pr.-oarln anrSedc"* 0 !" 1 pr gram wi,h Can,or K !" *8sberg conducting services NOW OPEN -in ,. %  — %  J > •% 9ncomparoMi ^fencri Cuisine %  >• 9516 HARDING AVE. 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'**iicFtS^* Page 10-B +Jelstncridiari Friday. March 4, Newly-elected officers of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'xith Lodges plan programs for the year ahead. Seated (left to right) are Charles Seiavitch, past president; Frank Kershner, president-elect; Jack Fink, president. Standing (left to right) are Edward A. Stern, treasurer; and Jules Israel, Moe Finegold and Sidney Palmer, vice presidents. Howard Seeks Surf side Post Surf side Councilman Lee Howard has announced his candidacy for reelection to Surfside Town Council. The election will be held Mar. 15. Howard was elected assistant mayor in 1956 and held that position until 1958. when he assumed th< post of councilman. Howard ports to the following progress made by Surfside: "The inadequate 25-yeer-old town hall was sold, and its proceeds built the beautiful and efficient building which now Reuses Surfside's Town Hall, Firo Haiti Fir* and Police Departments. White-way street lighting was installed on Harding ave. The water system, long plagued w.ih construc'ion problems, is now fully operating and provides ade nic Temple. Harbor Elementary Howard is married has three at General Development's comTolush has been a Miami Beach ... son s and resldei i a t ^. fc Bay ,.. • munities or at ten branch offices resident for the past 20 years. In community progress. tt^x B^As%^\lW% n TZ 'SZ^Su^B^' HSWOO^ HfllX T* T^ ^ %  llage rate of Surfs e has bee, Advertisers >ub,ic Re | 5S X ^^^ ^X'n^rtl Scions! including dailies. ScbooL" According n. Breakfast Meeting Sc Philip Ayre Unit of the Won Corps of the Cancer lnvtmrt| Miami will hold a breakfast ing at Maisel's restaurant on I day. Program will include %  election of officers. The group \ cently sponsored a brunch, pa" and swim party at the home I Mrs. Ben Lynn. Fort decreased year after year, and at, tions Society of America, National Beach D vton Beach Jackson the present time Surfside has one Education Assn.. National PubUc S Orl-ndo S.lve^Springs and of the lowest millage rates in the Relations Assn., Historical Assn TamDa P g enure state." I of Southern Florida. Surfside Civic Howard is president of Lee How' %  Assn.. Surfside-Bal Harbour-Bay — a* %  a arc! Advertising Company. Inc.. Harbor Chamber of Commerce, KOHiail COlOHel and Lee Howard Associates, Inc., Miami Beach Chamber of Com-1 _> _, H, is also national director of merce. Bayshore Exchange Club.' SlOTTS SOtlirdGV Siboolroom Progress U.S.A. and Temple Sinai, B'nai B'nth. Men's | f Ma*n Street U.S.A.. the two "Free dem Trauis" of education and inDr. Isaac Untorman, noted Talmwdist and author, will proside at the function. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, consultant to the Bureau of Jewish Education, will discuss Tolush's many works. Dscussion Out of Library "Love) Hate and the %  *• i Novel" will be discussed zt Miami Public Library Mar. Mj ; Sally B. Thompson, author of Keener Love." a first novel, I Dr. Jack A. Kapchan. aidr professor of psychology M University of Miami. Cancer League and Florida State Chamber of Commerce. Roman Colonel, the colt who is undefeated in Florida and who t^ZZLZTSTL !" J ,?T "" has won his last four starts ov.r., r i Cte ,' !" ^^ 0 S£? ,s wr "' ngS the Gulfstream Park oval in the *, J"!* 1 *? Goldbcr n ch r last two seasons, will make hw f reservat,ons *'" offer greet first 1960 route appearance here ings. Business Leaders On Committee A group of prominent .oca, bus.Richter, Herman Rubin and WilSaSaV" ** "* "*. 'j Jbf^fi. ffJEM ETIT: ss^ri^. U am Schneer Lrtr T w %  **—J-— f rom sgolem AtaSS mittM of a special luncheon sponFurniture Trade—A. J Alexandles ">e son of Kentucky Colonelacred by the Department Stores der Harold Davis and Theodore J. Roman Grace for the Silver Creek and Mercantile Division of the 1960 Goldstein. Aaron Euster. Martin Farm, said that Roman Colonel Combined Jewish Appeal i Feinman. Sam Mack, l^onard Mur\ was to run in the seven furlong Tie luncheon event will be held ra ?" Lou PriUkin Harr > Ri <* DaPalm Beach Handicap at Hialeah %  2 TerracTrrrofTh'e D52 ***** !" > ** George Wola^then stretch^s_charge to the Plaza.hotel on Tuesday noon. Mar. 15. according to campaign vice Department and Retail mile and seventy-yard distance in the Magic Citv hert H. Darnels, pre Trade-Harry 1. K.tz. Sai/MuY forces Tver rheTa^couple'of of Burdines Stores, and Robson. Martin Palmer and Stewart seasons have beer ,t snrinZ H,! ert H. Macht. president of Jordan Sunness. %  D en al s P r,nlln R disMarsh and Company. They head the CJA Mercantile Division, which includes department andretail stoies, needle trades, jewelry and furniture trades. New Members Announced tances. he has been a winner at a mile and a sixteenth, and Kelley anticipates no trouble for his coil because of the route. Roman Colonel is currently on New members for the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. have been a winning streak of'VvVn'TraighT announced by Allan Goldberg, aen-, and the last four of these victories eral membership chairman They all in stakes, have been in Florida include Charles B. Breslow. Al this winter. The string started in Goldman. Alfred D. Gottlieb, Louis the second division of the Hurr Hirsch. Harold Hirschfield. Samcane Handicap at Tropical M uel Katz. Rudolph H. Kay. Dr. Then he won the City of Coral Ga Irving Lehrman, Daniel Levine. bles and the New Year's hanrii 1 welry Trade —Sig Eisenberg. Julius Rosenstein. Abraham Sancaps there, and followed these Abe and Martin King. Julius Newkin. Sam Sterling. Ralph at. Weiswith a score in the Roval Pom bauer. MorrLs Rabinowitt, Joseph bard, and Theodore A. Zalles. ana at Hialeah. Members of the arrangements cemmittee re, Needle* Trade— James N. Kahn, Sam Kantor, Alex Schnoidman, John Sorbin. Leonard Teichor and Mel Warshaw. HOUSE FOR SALE Oet of State Owoer here te "*| offers; eafciaf $,•••. 4 Bdrm., 2 Bath, 40' aaocrefa feawa. BeiH ia ood evoa, sprkekler <*•'•*• I extros. Oawai daily 1-6 P.M., *' Ifth OrWo, Worth Mion" WIDOW MUST SEU OR RENT 3-Bedreom, 1 Bath Mee. bjotto sprinkler, awniofS, ortly wall to well carpet. WATERFRONT HOJJN DfTIAMCI TO TWO ^^ t J*td, Swimmtefl ft •eetiei >$• ^ $115 er MooHi ky Ow-er10730 SW 4Jr" IA* CA 1-0572 nut rotusN LOVELY FURNISH^ 1 -BEDROOM APT Childreo wekeoH. *'***£ Mio-i oeack



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May. Match t. 19HJ LEGAL NOTICE *JeM fhridBa, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K,II, IS HKRKBY GIVKN that _n.(l. deeding to engage In under the fictitious name of [l-l'V KilALTY el 719 Arthur Godl; ,,,i Ml! Intend* to register kith (he ("Icrk of the Clri Dade County, Florida. 'jlKlii KLIlk lU/JtmiNS,. l(iu K.-al F.'state Broker Sole owner 2/14-26. 3/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE :VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 60C 10S4 II \\t liEKTS JOI-.'I,, [ '' %  I V .luEL. 1 V \\\ V. JOEL .'Tit • i marie Place New Y.-rk required to Mm a copy nei lo the lull of I foes i. ilvon on the plaiollfra I to file the oilginal an• office of the clerk of the |iili 'i on or In-fore the Zlat h A.I' 1!60; old. Complaint for Divorce, I led herein, will be taken | b) you I-.it Miami. Florida, thla the [da} : February. 1940. I. I I.KATHBMWN, fter*. k-cuit Court, Dade County, Florida l> K M I.Y.MAN Deputy Clerk 11A \ KKIEDMAN Muildmg .i Ift 1-5644 2/19-26. 3/4-11 VAVBHU Page 15-A NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE /E\TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .OR i DA. IN AND FOR DADE C0L.NTY. IN CHANCERY No. 60CI5O3 I. JOYNKR, I tin. I S JoYNER. I '" I > F. JOYNER ll'KKr N'DANT l.\M ->' IVKVOWN r HEREBY notified that a I i I.ilnt for Di v orce ha* been %  I >ou by EDWAltD 0 %  required to aerve a copy ".i to tit* Bill of Cum. II Divorce on the plaintiff* I to flic the oriKinal anihoffice If the Clerk of th. •' %  it on or before the 1 Stli h A 11 1940; otherwise. I Complaint for Dtvoroe, lied herein, will be taken unf I by you. %  d • • Miami, Florida, thla the daj 'f FVI.ruary. 1940. I I.I:ATIIKHMA.\. clerk. rt, Hade Countv. Florida My: i. SNEEDEN .. niNN '"•" u,y c rk Plaintiff Building i Kit l-XH And so. you feel you or* qualified to enter the rabbinate because you won an oratorical contest in Junior High School IN T M C TI £.L, BV PUBLICATION ^=„ H E .i :iRC,J,T COURT OF THE Finninl UDICiAl CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. I N CHANCERY No -60C 904 Pta}ntV' KRBKR r AKR,:l KEY IN Stum F'AnitKr.' "—%  • %  Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: KEVIN SCAN PARREL RESIDENCE UNKNOWN You KEVIN SEAN PARREL are X r .m y /""",•" """ a ,si %  < %  •• % %  "Plaint f., r Divorce haa been filed aaainat you. and you a ,.. r ",ed to .fintiVf \."" "' '' '••"I on the RKIirn IJBBOWITZ AND lien, h, Florida and f .the original Answer .„ Pleading In ,„. office^ I the i lerk of the cTreull Courl .„, or :'" %  :.,,''•; "tarch. ),„ ,,.'". d -"• J'"^,,,. nt i... ,i... fh^'eJ!'.'", ; '"•""•* inded „, the Mm „f .J}' 1 %  'II be paUlahed onoa ...,."" 1, '"' '" %  "' r weeks '".''': JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami thla 11th day of Feb ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jen1st noricttatn •61iclts Vdflr Wcjffl'notices! We appreciate your P %  %  • ,k Miami Bea. h. Florida Attorneyi f,,r i-iaimiff 2/19-26,3/1-11 C,p ll. L' vou. DATED F'ehruary 1. 1N0. B. B. I.KATHERMAX, Clerk (aeal) By: U 8NEGDEN, I>eputy Clerk 2/lt-2. 3/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY ,..._ No. 60C1539 JAMES M. ROHFIKTS rialntiff. v. MAROARF:T E. ROBERTS, Defendant -NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOl MAROARET E ROBERTS addrena unknown, an herebj notified that a Complaint for Divorce haa been filed agulnat you. and vou are required to aerve a copy of your Anawer to the Complaint mi plaintiff s attorney. MAX !>. BNOBI., 103 lllaenjrna BulldiriK. .Miami. Florida, and to file the original in the office of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before tSe L'lM day of March, IH60; In default of which the Complaint will he taken confessed b) you. DATED Ihlx 17th dav of F"el.iuar\ 10, at Miami. Dade County, Plorida. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida (cal) B) K M l.YMAN Deputy Clerk I/19-S. 3/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY ._ NO. 60CI324 I'AT CARRIKER. Plaintiff, sva. KDW'Altl. THADDKOS CVRR[ K ER, L>efendant. f „ J N OT,CE TO APPEAR 1": Edward Thaddeus Carrlker 223 N. 14th Street Alexandria, la. You are re of February, ISM E i: LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, i Ircult Coon. Dad.i oiiim Florida (aeal) l:> WM W STOCKING, Denary clerk 2/19-26. S'4-ll With tlm ol Dude Jeraey nofor you, opj Ci .. New M.\ KAZIK are herel.v a Bill of C.^nplaint been filed against • '.iiulred to aerve er or Heading to th. (>latni on the plaintiffs N'iKDO A. Al.l, 400 AinaMiami 32. Florida and •inal Anawer or Pleading • of the Clerk of the ('Iron or helm r the 22t,d day !">0. If you fall to do ao, default will he taken for the relief demanded ''HI of Complaint. %  hall l„. published once i four conaecutlve weeka V ,v\ VISH H'l-OHIDIAN. I, ,"h ORDRRfJD at Miami, i:;.;.. ,,,h d v of r>luary, MVUC ll: \ T r:RMAN, Clerk, "" < %  airt. Dude County. Florida By: HELEN KKSSI.ER Deputy Clerk A. Al.l I Bullding Klorlda 'or Plaintiff 2/I9-J4. S/4-U t CKI. lAln. %  niii IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, PLORIOA IN PROBATE No. 48315-C IN RE: Erate of STANLEY (;oTTLIF.B DeceaaedNOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demand* Against Hald BatJutn: You are hereby notified and required to preaent any clalma and demands which you may have against the estate of STAM.KY 'iOTTI. 1KB deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offlcea In the Comrty Cowrthotrae In Dade Connt>. Florida, within eight calendar month* from the dale of the rirst publication hereof, or the same will be bar-ed. isiDoiti: I;UTTI.IF:B MARTIN QKNET, Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami (teach .19. Florida 2M9-26. 3/1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IM HF:REHY GIVEN lhat I he undersigned, desiring to engage In biisirieaa under the fk'tltinus name of .MIAMI BHORSM S-M CITIES SERVICE at number 9734 N F: Second Avenue in the City of Miami Shores. Florida intends to regiater the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cminty, FleeMa l>ated at North Miami Beach. Florida, thla lath day February. 19. M CORPORATION, a Florida corporation. l'HI'i owner SNTDF:K AND TOINC. Attorneys for Applicant 2/19-24.3/4-11 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bua lneaa under the fictitious name of KEY-NOTF: BAR 1017 Bird Road, Miami intend to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS KERNER and 1,1 I.I.IAN KERNER. hla wife, aa an F>tate hy the Enliitii. KKSSI.ER, CARS A ROTH Attorneya I99K S \V. 1st Street 2'19-26. 3/4-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4BS09-C IN RE Eetate of JOHEI'H WKIXSTKIX. Ii> NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Bajnte: You are he r eby notified'and required to present a ni claim* and demand* which you may have again*! the relate of JOSEPH \vi:i\sri;ix a ed late of I hide County. Florida, to the County Judge* of Dade Countv. and file the same In their oft the County Coarrhouce In Dade County, Florida. wiUilu eight calendar months from the date of the iirst publication hereof, or the aame wW be barred. MAROARET FTNE KENNETH M. MYERS Attorney of \IYi:i:.< HEIMW & KAPLAN II.-.0 8.W Flrat Street Miami, F*k.rl.la—Fa L-stSI 2/19-14. 3/4-11 NOTICE UNDER v, 1 F CTIT,OU NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that "-'-'•• d, I rlni to en. undei the rictltloua name of MAGIC CITY RL'fl CLEANERS .t 24th Street, Hlaleah, II;.,„U Intend to r.gi.-i, s .,l,l nam Clerk of Jhe Circuit Couri Counti, Fioiida II i: ERBE MHAL J D^x' AV ***** -Mti.i i„\ i.,i H |( Brkn and William Kelian t'26. 3/4-11 -1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE ... „ No 4 7 IN RE: Estate of Rol'.KItT BARNES I > %  1 .;IN.,I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditorand All Peraoni Having Claims or Demand* Against Said Hatnte: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against th. r of ROBERT BARNES deceased tate or Dade Countv. Florida, to the County Judges „r Dnde County, and rile the same in their offices in the < onnty Conrttmnw In Dade Countv. Florida, within eight calendar month* from the date of the first publication hereof, .., the same win i.e I,,,I,..,I OOLDMAN ^"GT7L i DST^ : N HICKa Attorney* MM West Flagler Street Miami, Fla. 2/24, 3/4-11-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that the tin.lei -11411.il. desiring to engage in business iiiiii.-r the rictltloua name of FABRIC CIAMB-OI'T CENTER at number mm N E. ^nd Avenue in the < It} of Miami. Klorlda Intends to reIster the saiil name arltfa the Clerk of Ui. circuit Court of Dade County. l"lo1 i.i.i Dated at Miami, Florida, thla 12th day of February, ISM ANNA SOLOMON, Owner 2'19-24. 3/4-11 ASHLEY. JTMJ C E BV ""OBLIGATION l\fl E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FLORIDA J .Va D,ClAl CIRCUIT OF COt 2TW ,N .. ANO FOR OAOE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY r,"KR.NE N A• C,S intlff. Vs. Ki.KS p. AHHLET. ffenddnt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ad,h' U K ?, t ASHLEY |Adili., 9 rnknonn 1 ''HARl.ES P ARBTVr *r. -^tlfMS-7-, Vlll'ofVeSi-lvorce haa been Hied H .'.,, v r yo ,r r iulred to h *'",' Answer or Plead!"• Hill „r Complaint on (he •• JR i'rn *vVv, H VINCENT Miami 1S1 .a N K IHith tret. "ami. Florida and rile the orlg ,K J. th Clrcnlt Court on ,";• day „r March. !40 do ao. judgment by de"ill he Ii demanded In the Bill for of • lilt • "''.'ii be pi*eWhe4 once iv, '•'••'ItlDIAN M. OllD|.:|(| IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 43730 8 IN RE: F>late or ARTHUR HKItl'.ST Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ia hereby given that I have filed a Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge aa FIxeriitnr of the eatate of ARTIII'R HFHtHST, deceased: and that on the lath day of March. I960, will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade Countv. Florida, for approval of aald Final Report and for dlatrlbutlon and fltutl dlsubarg* a* f£xecetr of tho eetate W the above-named decedent. Thla 15th day of February. m. MAC MERMELL STANLEY H. APTB Attorney 1900 8.W. Third Avenue Miami 3)4. Plerldn 2/l-*4.1/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOI'ICK is HF.-RKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dishing to engage in business under the fictitious name or BABY NEBDS at IM7S X.K. 13th Ave.. N. Miami Intends to register •aid name with the Clerk ot the circuit Court or Dnde County. Florida LULLABY DIAPER SERVICE. INC., a Fla. Corp 2/24. 3/4-11 -ie. NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualneaa under the rictltloua name of CAPE FLORIDA at Kej Blecayne, Dnde County. Florida Intend* 1 later aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. e"1orlda DESSER GARFIF:I.D. INC., a Delaware corporation, Bj Norman A Corteae. Vice I'resident •Villiani*. Salomon. Kennev ft Llndxon Attorneys tor l>es*er A Car field In, I 19-24.3/4-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE Ne. 44411.8 IN RE: F:*tate of FERNANDO II NI8SBN, Deeeaaed. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herein given that I have riled my Final Report and Petition for Di-tribiitlon and Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of F'ernando H. Nisaen. deceased and that on the Cth day of March, 1940. will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said F'inal Report and for dlsti Ihution and final discharge as Executrix of the eatate of the above-named decedent. Thla IL'th dav of FVhruarv 19'i EDNA RAVAGE Executrix of the Estate of F'ernando ll Nlaaen, by Herman T. Isls. her attornec HERMAN T. ISIS Attorney Madeira Avenue Coral Gables 34. Florida I-?. 3/4-11 ll thla tV j r '" "• "'ami. ;"' %  7th day „f February, '''"u L r, :AT -!V' : '! V, AN. Clerk, urt. D.i.t,. 1 ouiuy, 1 KDI-N Deputy Clerk 2/19-24. 3/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY, Ne. SSC14.4 IAMEH P. IHXSKV. Ilalntlff. EDITH HAN8E Defendant ORDER TO APPEAR oaldb, F:IMTH HANKEN. 24M N. Peart Street. Albany. New York, are hereby -required to a^rvw a cony of your answer to a Complaint for dlon iilalnttifs attormv. Claude t\ M. Barnes. 10 N E 1st A Pla.. on or before the 2l*t March. iao. and file the original In th.office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, otherwise a default will be entered against you. Dated February, 1, 1940 1! I.EATHKItMAN. Clerk. HIT I, Dade Count) F'loi Ida (seal) By: c t, M.I v tNDER rk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SPRING VALLEY INN at 4.'.9 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida intend to register said name with the Cleek .of Hte tlrcnkt Conrt at Dade County, Florida. HAM AND DORA KOONAN 4.',4 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach. Florida 2/IJ-I9-24. 3'4 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOI'ICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualneaa under the fictitious name of i Vih CHARIOT at 1301 79th St. Causeway, No. Itav Milage Intends to register said name m-ith the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade Countv, Florida CAUSEWAY, INC a Flu. corp.. Sole owner MYERS. HUMAN A KAPLAN Attome> for Applicant I ISO S \V 1st Street J71S-M. J/4-11 IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURt IN AND FOR OAOC COUNTV, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4S7S7-B IN RK: Estate of JEAN HART Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors end All Persona Having Cl aims or Demands Against Said You are hereby notified and required te present any claims and demand* which you may have against the estate of JEAN HART deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Cum ty Judges of Dade Countv. and file Miami, the aame in the!offices In the Counday of ty Courthouse In Dade County. Florida. Within right calendar months from the ilate of the first pulili hereof, or the same will be barred INK HARHIF:T HART 11 I:MLRONARD 1. KIMRALL Attorn. \ NOTICE UNDEK FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF; IS HF-.RKHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in •nshrsss under the Hctltirms name ef MRI'l.l'S CITY at 37:il N.W. 79th Street. Htnleah. Florida Intend to re4fIster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Ceuntv. Florida. HAROLD SCUBCTFUt PEARL SCHFXrTER Ki.VNER A MANNIIEIMER Attorneys for Harold and Pearl Sclterter 2/19-2S, 3/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of APEX TILE AND TBRRAZZO DIs"TRIBCTORS at numlier 8S90 S.W. Avenue in the Citv of Miami. Florida Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade County. Florida Dated at Miami. Florida, thl* 2Sth day of January. 1940. JACK NF'.IMAN DONALD G. McCOY NORMAN F. SOLOMON. Eq. Attorney for Applicant* 1204 Lincoln Road. Suite 217 Miami Beach 39. Florida 2/19-24. S/4-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HF:RF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CCRRY'S at Miami Reach. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the clrclut Court of Dade County. Florida. IVKN R. STRAWDKRMAN JAMKS F .. I.eVINF: P.ROWN AND K0I.LF:R Attorney* for Iven R. Strnwderman 1/19-24.3/4-11 'ri9-: I x Biacayne Blvd. rth Miami. Fla. Z/ltATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 0 ORI'OR.ITI O V OUTFtTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery In South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at PR 3-4f5



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Page 2-B +Jewlsi>rk*M**n Friday, March 4. 1$ %  naMi wriwi'ii MY FAVORITE RECIPE Chester Luby, New York. Mrs. Luby's favorite recipe NUT TORTE 6 eggs l 1 ^ cups sugar 14 crackers rolled fine 1'4 cups chopped walnuts 1 tsp. vanilla "My Favorite Recipe" editor this week chooses Mrs. Joseph (Lily) Duntov and Mrs. Sam (May) Luby, sr., for their unusual and taste-attracting food delights. Mrs. Luby, of 630 SW 29th rd„ is active in numerous causes locally. She and her husband have three children, Mrs. Frank (Betty) Cole, i and Sam Luby, jr., of Miami, andl B cat e s w l,es separately from yolks. Bake in spring form in 350 deg. oven. Before serving, cover with jelly and whipped cream. • • Mrs. Duntov lives with her husband at 2008 Alton rd. Both are long-time communal workers here. Mrs. Duntov is particularly active with Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary and Bureau of Jewish Education. Her favorite recipe is: NOODLE PUDDING 1 lb. broad noodles 3 tblsp. chicken fat or vegetable shortening 3 eggs, separated 2 tsp. cinnamon V4 cup sugar Vi tsp. salt %  a cup bleached raisins 1 cup sliced peeled apples. I Boil noodles 10 min. in salted water. Drain and rinse in large strainer. Add well-beaten egg yolks, sugar, salt, cinnamon, raisins and apples, and mix well. Fold in stiffly-beaten egg whites. Put in deep skillet or pudmS. IUBY MKS. DUNTOV Mock Marriage Saturday Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center Senior Friendship Group will hold a mock marriage and dance Saturday evening. Mrs. Selma Green is president. You're Rich When You're Healthy) TASTE COUNTSJOO! Uniquely delicious, custard-smooth Joint Purim Ball Saturday Beth David Sisterhood and Men's Club will hold a joint Purim Ball on Saturday evening at the Pythchicken fat .. Jan Lodge, W. Flaglcr st. and 46th ding dish and heat'well. Pour mix ave. Mrs. Benn Bloom and Harold ture into the hot fat and bake 1 hr H. Berney are in charge of the at 350 deg. Serve as side dish with a air meat or chicken. Proud recipient of the Woman of Valor Award is Mrs. Sarah Czech (left). Making the presentation of the award, highest which the Israel Bond Organization can bestow, is Mrs. Louis Glasser, who was the first Greater Miami recipient of the award three years ago. The presentation to Mrs. Czech was made last Saturday evening at a reception in the Deauville hotel. The Woman of Valor Award is presented to women who have purchased or sold 5100,000 in Israel Bonds. PRUNE WHIP YOGURT is the taste treat supreme! Tbt" perfect food ... so good u>4 nutritious! A perfect between* meal snack. So easy to digest} Breakstone's traditional quality. Also enjoy Breakstone's other d*> lightful flavors Strawberry, Pineapple, Vanilla or tangy Plan STACK IT Poetess Will Speak Saturday Rachel Horn will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Yivo Forum on Saturday evening at Miami Beach Public School, 1420 Washington ave. Rachel Korn, noted Yiddish j poetess, will be guest speaker. The I author of eight published volumes of poetry and prose. Mrs. Korn recently returned from a tour of Israel. She will discuss "Impressions and Comments by a Leisurely Traveler." The Yivo Forum is a weekly presentation of the Greater Miami Yivo Committee. %  i KEEP IT HANDY TO SERVE WHEN GUESTS DROP BY! Sic*! "A I An instant treat... ALWAYS FRESH AMD READY TO SERVE! Dromedara DATE-NUT ROLL J | We I I Shoshana Chapter Altering Meeting of Shoshana chapter of B'nai Brith Women will be held on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., at Temple B'nai Sholem. 16800 NW 22nd ave., Opalocka. Guest speaker will be Mrs Jerome Robinson, district di rector of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. In charge of information is Mrs. Murray Skup. presiTETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, chere't Yom Tow spirit in this fine tea..."flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleiahigs and milchigt sod between meal refreshment... FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! PLANTERS PRODUCERS Of YOUR FAVORITE KOSHER FOOD PRODUCTS PRESENTS FOR YOURPLEASURE % %  A DRAMA IN YIDDISH .f\ by LOUIS FREIMAN J^ ^k< THE TZWEI SHWESTER (THf TWO SISTttSI MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY 2 P.M. RADIO V STATION WMIE DIAL 1140 JEWISH FO.UM ON THI AM S.MON SE.DEN. N.„.,o, For Delicious and Nutritious Meals $e PLANTER'S KOSHER OIL Smokel.,,, Odorless, Tester, 100% Pure Planter .,„* %  — "" %  %  %  —— % % % % % % %  iW* — i KOSHER ZI0N '**% *m H$F rimers The dark, delicious dessert cake made with crisp, chunky walnuts and the world's choicest dates! on the label is your guarantee of kashruth j A/o enjoy DROMEDARY CHOCOLATE-NUT DROMEDARY ORANGE NUT ROLL I •WPPMEOIKF • IIVM SAUSABE • rummnos • CMNEDBEEF • PKTMUl • MOMMA. KUUmStK. SUPUMMKETS I MSTAssAsTS KOSHER ZI0N ^SwrtfcWfwlfafht. Chi,.,* I, llli.si* u., man*! 1ST I. %  XCLuaiv, DlTR.UTOHt OF THI SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO., INC. • B.SCAVNI STRS ET MIAM, BEACH HMA N PEAT" 1 ^ Um MMI FAT DEAR"



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Friday, March 4, 1960 > unr nrsfrftt m [Mrs. Meyers to Run : or School Board Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers has qualified for reelection to the .kclHxil Board of. Dade County, Mrs. Meyers has served on the board unce November. 1953. She has practiced law in Dade county since 1936. and before that time in the slate of New York. Previously to becoming a lawyer, Mrs. Meyers was a teacher, professional social worker and a Registered nurse. Mrs. Meyers is member of the Dade County, Miami Beach, Florida, and American Jar Assns. She alte belonos to the National Assn. of Women's Lawyers, land was first president of ttee I Florida Women's Lawyers Assn., which he organiiod. Mrs. Mayors has been active in civic work, serving at legislation chairman of me Florida Business end Professional Women's Clue*, en the Welfare Planning Council, Dade County United Fund, 6iIrector of international affairs of Miami-Dado County Chamber of I Commerce, Women's Division. Page 3-A Disorderly Charges Dropped by D.C MRS. ANNA MKMMff *Kr t S Mrs. Meyers has been a member Lf (he Miami Beach Library and \rt Center trustees and served as lhairman for three years. As a member of the Dade CounBoard of Public Instruction, she las participated as chairman of [arums study committees, which Ja\e brought about improvements procedures such as revision of i>r: used in bidding and contact practices for school building Ind with vendors supplying school |eeds. as well as reorganization of be school lunchrooms. MrMeyers reportedly initiated he board plan for investment of 111 available funds in banks on bid, ihich has earned many thousands If dollars for the school board for \ind~ previously lying idle. Mrs. Meters participated in the study If personnel practice for teacher promotions. She was a proponent for educational television, which resulted in ablishment of cb. 2, WTHS. Mrs. Meyers has attended almost [very School Board meeting since ihe became a member. She ran lor the office in 1956, and was sueUJA Status Seen Not Endangered Continued from Page 1 A the Agency would no longer be bound by this arrangement. The final decision, he said, would be made by the World Zionist Congross, which will convene in Jerusalem at the end of this year. The Jewish Agency leader explained that the allocations to political parties in Israel were not for political activities but for constructive work in settlements and for absorption of immigrants. The funds were spent under the control of the Jewish Agency comptroller, he stressed. He said that the allocations to the parties have not been abolished for 1980. and added that the Jewish Agency would in the future be guided by the will of the United Jewish Appeal with regard to this matter. Complete Insurance Service..." NARD SEGAL In y .LSI D \YTINIF Hlqhl..n<1 ". n --R FVENINGS LIFE o HOSPITALIZATION DISABILITY INCOME • FIRE HOMEOWNERS o MARINE BONDS o GROUP o AUTO THEFT o LIABILITY COMPENSATION MONTHLY PRFVIUM BUDGET AVAIIARIF FOR PERSONAL AND BUSINF^S ACCOUNTS TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO., BRANCH OFFICE AGENCY I\SIIIAMI; AI.IK.M Y m FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING • MIAMI 32, FLORIDA atfiefc OPEN ALL NIGHT COMPLETE SUNDRIES HALLMARK COSMETICS PATENT MEDICINES GREETING CARD DEPARTMENT AND PERIODICALS HOWARD CHOCOLATE JOHNSON'S SHOPPE ICE CREAM Phone JE 8-5538 1664 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH cessful by an overwhelming majority, both at the primaries and | the general election. Mrs. Meyers promises "to continue my interest in the boys and girls of Dade county to give every child an opportunity to develop his skills academically and his total personality in order to make him a better citizen for this community, state and nation." WASHINGTON-(JTA) The Corporation Counsel of the Distric \ of Columbia has officially dropped 'all disorderly conduct charges I I against a Joca!.. Jewish communal i leader and a neo-Nazi who were I arrested after a scuffle over public distribution of anti-Semitic handbills. The action terminated the entire case. It had involved Irving Berman. 48, northern Virginia leader of the Israel Bond drive, i and Kenneth Morgan. 34, leading henchman of Fuehrer George Lincoln Rockwell, of the "American Nazi Party." The dropping of the charges onded efforts of the American Civil Liberties Union to transform the case into a free speech issue. The ACLU had sought to incriminate Berman on alleged ground of "interfjariito; whit free speech" because ho opposed the street-corner distribution of hand bills urging the gassing of American Jews. The ACLU had assigned two Jewish attorneys to enter the case on the Nazi side. Their injection of a free speech controversy complicated what had' previously been considered only a simple street corner fracas. The ACLU attempt to turn the disori derly conduct" episode into a' question of constitutional free speech guarantees caused widej spread controversy. Rockwell, exploiting support of his "free speech" rights by the \ American Civil Liberties Union Finalists Listed At Beth David Beth David religious school has conducted a "Vocabularly Bee" over the past two months. The following were the finalists: Second year level. Marcia. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cypen; Deborah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lubel. Third year level, David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Abrams; Glenn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stahl. Fourth year level, Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Scherr; Sharon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Budner. and District of Columbia authoriHe has filed an application with ties, announced he would hold a the U. S. 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Page 14-A +Jewish fk>rldk*n Friday, March 4, 196Q| Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN Remembrance of Things Past And Never Forgotten IP THIS IS A MAN. By Primo Levi.Translated from tht Italian by Stuart Woolf. 206 pp. New York: Orion Press. $3.50. pRIMO LEVI is an Italian Jew, a chemist, and an honor r graduate of Turin University. Captured by the Fascist Militia in December, 1943, interned at the Italian concentration camp Fossoli for his partisan activity, he was transferred to Auschwitz early in 1944. He was fortunate; in stead of going "up the chimney," as the prisoners referred to the crematoria, he was sent to the Buna camp, where the Germans were trying, without success, to manufacture synthetic gasoline. To say that the book is a concentration camp story, a survivor's tale, is to do it a great injustice. True, the reader will know what to expect; he will be apprised of the basic character oi the book. But-Jhe.book is far more than another documentary among many, a parade of horror and degradation which one reads shudderingly and can respond to only in terms of shock. Here, horror and degradation are seen chronicled by the magnificent sensitivity of one man, filtered through the mind of a gentle, educated human being, subjected to intolerable misery and defilement. What you get is neither softening of focus nor drffusion of detail. As in a camera, the filter which is the consciousness of Primo Levi serves to heighten contrasts, to screen out extraneous vision, so that everything is presented in even sharper image. The juxtaposition of Mr. Levi's inner thoughts upon the outer reality of his existence creates the kind of anguish which other books of this type have been able to describe in physical terms only. AM ETERNAL ABOMINATION Kuhn is thanking God because he has not r> n chosen ((or ihr Raschambcr) Kuhn is out of hu senses. Does ne not see Beppo who is twenty yean old and i, R0IB to thf t>as-chamher the day after tomorrow and ^nowt it and lies there looking fixedly at the light iwthour anwhing and without even thinking anymore' Q oei Kuhn not understand that what has happened todu\ u „„ iibcmintitum. which-no propitiatory prayer, no pardon, no expiation by the guilty, which not/ling at oil in the homer of man can ever clean again? // / was God. / would spit at Kuhn's prayer. — "IF THIS IS A "AN." Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Germans Push for Return of Nazi Assets Washington EX-NAZI INDUSTRIALISTS are %  starting to hint that unless the United States returns Nazi assets confiscated in America during World War II, anti-Semitism will grow. A typical implied threat came from the industrialists' Washington lobby, known as the "Committee for Return of German Property." This lobby demanded return of vested Nazi assets as a "gesture of confidence in the wholesome, democratic forces which are currently under strain in Germany." It referred to the reemergence of the swastika as an omen of antiSemitism. Among the "wholesome, democratic forces" seeking this "gesture of confidence" are the I. G. Farben Trust and Alfred Krupp, convicted Nazi war criminal. It is suggested that if these wholesome elements <:o not receive "prompt action" there could be "a serious crisis." The wording is reminiscent of Hitler's power politics. The truth is that the U.S. government more than made up for the Nazi assets by extensive rehabilitation expenditures and huge economic aid to German industry. Such aid was given by Washington under the clear understanding that the vested funds I.: ..::: United Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Jews in Top UN Roles United Nations A RE THERE MANY Jews at the UN? The; question came up again recently when the story about a hold-up in the home of the Chilean permanent repre%  tive to the UN became front page %  wspapers. That repre\ M •' \mh;i"adi.r Daniel SchweitL-^f N_^B "T. ;i quiet, studious, dignified man of 63. Three nun broki into bis Bast Side home one evening, threatened him with a gun. and robbed bin Df 1200. in the 4 ihe holdup. <,ne of the banditi asked Mr. i Jew. Whet indeed, a Jew, thi ,i, r ,, and say "Heil Hitler." Manj Jewish read surprise to discover that the t \ Ambus American country was %  J ad wbethi were many Jews there. Thi "Quite a few." Like Mr. Schweitzer, all the Jewi here—with the exception of those who are merrfbers of the Israel misi or those who represent the Jewish press—are Jew individuals. There are six citizens of Israel employed bv the UN. Their appointments were made on the IN principle that Staff membership-, must be filled on the bask of 'geographical distribution." But actually, a man or woman given a job here must, first of all. prove the capability to fill the specific Job. Thai Is true of the Israeli staff members as it is of any others. Very often, Jews are found among the delegations. Perhaps the best known of the Jewish delegate! Moth, of France. He has been a member of the French delega'ion so long that he is virtually a permanent fixture of the UN. Moth Is his country's foremost diplomatic expert in the field of disarmament, including the longsought ban on nuclear testing. Just as well known here is another French Jew. Prof. Rene Cassia. A gentle little man. with a Van Dyke beard. Prof Casata is n beloved here as he irevered in France. where he holds one of the highest posts in the Republic, Vice President of the Council of State. Here he is known primarily for his work on behalf of human rights; he haserved as chairman of the UN Commission on Human Rights. Many Jewish leaders around the world have had contacts with Prof. Cassin, one of the topmost leaders of Alliance Israelite Universelle. Among the delegations. Jews holding the highest confidence of their governments show up frequently as members, even as heads, of their delegations. During the last Assembly, the Austrian Foreign Minister, Dr. Bruno Kreisky, headed Vienna's delegation. He is a Jew. would not be returned. Now the Germans want both the penny and the cake. The German lobby went so far as to term the alleged American debt to the ex-nazis a "long overdue restitution." Meanwhile, the West German government published a White Paper on anti-Semitism. It said that although there were at least 685 anti-Semitic incidents in the Federal Republic between Christmas and Feb. 1, there was "no evidence" of anti-Semitism growing. While Bonn authorities gave West Germany a clean bill of health, a musical hit swept across the country. It echoed from every gasthaus, beer hall, and cafe. By some coincidence, the hit just happened to be Adolf Hitler's own favorite number, frequently rendered at Nazi functions by the SS band. The "Badenweiler March," the song Hitler loved best of all. is a martial tune with clashing cymbals and booming drums. It swept West Germany on the heels of the recent swastika craze, too close for comfort. Juke boxes blared forth the triumphant strains of Hitler's march. Many Germans smiled and laughed with vicarious pleasure. A few squirmed uncomfortably. Pro-Nazi manifestations^ America have shocked some American journalists who covered the Hitler era in Europe. Inez Robb, a newspaper columnist and a nonJew, discovered that Americans resented an antiNazi column she wrote. They condemned her for writing it. She reported that an angry batch of letters took her to task for suggesting that American young people, no less than German, needed to be told of the horrors of the Hitler regime. "What horrors?" asked the indignant letter writers. They accused Miss Robb of inciting "hatred" and "racial prejudice" against Nazis "both at home and abroad." Not one letter expressed the slightest regret over the resurgence of anti-Semitism in Germany and the United States. She studied the letters and found "there is not one line deploring the re-appearance of the swastika as the most revolting symbol of race hatred and extermination in the 20th or any other century." Mill Robb noted sadly that "there is Bol one suggestion of remorse at the resurgence of the Nazi spirit thai sent six million innocent persons to their death! m concentration camps during World War II. larming and discouraging col' I; tt< rs came .per I suggested thai a public wrvlce i\ program could perform no | ervice ior the nation than a program devoted entirely to Hitler's concentration and extermination cam*/ 1 Almost every letter writer wiled on two ex??**** £"• anti-Semitism. One excuse s that it is a Communist conspiracy to blacken evV : .T. %  U T ^ nd ,"""'' '"' h, ; '" U <"""'">: h' v „ The lh lne only reason the Nad outbreak, and -, :, lcanng i sod £ ?' M* S ** '— the natLs P press is controlled by Jewand stations, too." Between You and Me: the radio and TV netThere is, for example, the bitter chapter in which. Primo tries to translate from memory part of Dante'd "Divine Comedy" into French for his friend, and to plain some of its finer semantic points—and all the *h„ c the two men are stumbling over the ground in their filthjl rags, their heads shaven, their feet caked with blood anil sores, their bodies constantly on the verge of starvation and exhaustion. It is reminiscent of one of the m > chilli ing scenes in English literature, the end of Waugh's "AI Handful of Dust," in which a highly civilized EnglishmiJ becomes trapped deep in the steaming Amazon jungle bjf a demented old man who keeps him prisoner so that will read Dickens to him—over and over, forever There 1 is the same kind of irony in Mr. Levi's chapter—and tto same chill. The quality of Mr. Levi's despair is measured ay hi insight and his eloquence. Both are superb. Tr b was first published in Europe in 1JKT; I have no tea its impact there. But I would hope that it will find way permanently onto the bookshelves of American Jews a chronicle of the worst in man, and a testimony to best in him. Overseas Newsletter: By tllAHU SALPETl The Security Situation F Jem <=i lent OR SEVERAL WEEKS, the 1-rad Cabinet has been conducting a view of the interlocked problem A th nations security and international pos lion. The review began with a report I Prime Minister and Defense Minis David Ben Gurion, based on the tions of his top military advisers The*, evaluations took particular notice of the rate of flow new armament into the Arab camp and the speed of absorption and training, as well as the requirementof tl Israel Army in face of the Arab secretion of strength. Later, Mr. Ben-Gur ion's review was supplemented a report from Foreign Minister Golds Meir on develop ments in Israel's international relations. On the*. 1 foi dations, members of the Cabinet began to reevali.te rael's position. By now. the Cabinet has concl Tirst part of its deliberations and drew the basic cone sions involved. While these conclusions were based on devel of the past year or two. events of recent weeks undout erved as a catalyst of one of the most fun mientL exclusions This event was UN Secretary General Di| Hammarskjold's complete failure to obtain the least change in Col. Nasser', refusal to permit the I goods throui h the Suez Canal. This was cintrirff to formal UN resolutions on the freedom of paf| the canal, but also to the specif., on 'practical arrangements" worked out belwee i llamj " ploded her first atomic device in th Sahara desert. It is no secret that France' and Israel have been collaborating closely on atomic research work. And it is also no secret that the %  French government has a very hieh nnin^J t, '' work in nuclear research. The\xchane o k„n E" Vt this field between France and Israel '11^ owled f e ln question is asked whether rra^LT^^^t ,h also with the knowledge of producmg atom ^ hs W hardly likely that Israer would r^manda.^. pos? S'counto-ir Ura"e h l. P r0dUCU n l ?* I.raii e ,n e ^ h Iess bo,b Mo ow and Nasser bad an eye onl irst I, ?J I outb r *t against France's explosion of b* in.Iin f 1 '^ M SC0W eVen We "L* S tU as d.SSertrl of ,hl g £L S6 ews ,hat ,sr el endangered by the faltoutl rearhL e *P*nment. Israel has in the meantime! Washing agreement **" the Smithsonian Institute | track nf ? Se,lln "P "n on **t. Carmel for tracking of space satellites. mic J g rJLT k 1 "22 !" be t* di*ned in Israel for c* be I !" /, ,TT"?*: The '" such rocket U expected teiiht ?of1 W,U> ? '"" ye r nd itnded ,0 reaCb Mights of more than 50 kilometres.



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Friday. March 4, 1960 fJewisti fkridUnr Page 9-B •JWESTVIEW Country Club is having another in its series of formal dinner dances and fashion shows Saturday night. Gowns to be shown are from the Allyn \ Jabaly collection, with men's fashions by Jules Gillette. Furs will be by Adrian Thai, and coiffures by J. Baldi. The fashion > show will be coordinated and | commentated by your colmunist. Two pretty Israeli housewives, living in New York, get first crack at these hefty Israel-grown cabbages just unloaded from the SS Zion of the Zim Lines at her Brooklyn pier. The girls (left to right) are Mrs. Riva Padan and Mrs. Yona Alduby. The shipment, consisting of over 4.900 cases, is the first fresh farm produce from Israel ever sent to the U.S.A. The consignee is Sol Whiteman, of Cheltenham, Pa., who plans to market the Israeli shipment in New York, New England, and Pennsylvania. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP' DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 ADELPHI %  USMfSS AMD TUTORING SCHOOL Miami's Finest NaJtafaf SctW' |SM Y. p, 9 4M> pttmnm a*** Atitndct •copied by Dad* County Board of Public Instruction. 50*526 MX 7frh STRICT • Watt of Bitcayna Blvd. W l-7f4l VA APPROVI0 A' I St YOOB TEXT BOOKS % AV.A$-VOO-i5lBN" PLAN Bake to Taste, Serves 6,000 You can hav* year cake and eat. ter, 630 eggs, 35 quarts of milk, it, too. The Baheocfc Construction I and hundreds of flowers and ornaALTERATIONS and DRESSMAKING REASONABLE 2814 COLLINS AVB. Phone JE 1-7870 Company, home 'builders in Florida, commissioned the Holsum Bakers of Miami to bake the largest cake that has ever been made in Miami, and they wanted it eaten, too. The occasion was the official opening of the Babcock subdivision. Fairway Park. Holsum came up with an 8 ft. cake, weighing over 650 pounds and all edible. The cake served over 6,000 persons who attended the opening. Dick Bingham, chief baker of sweet goods at the Holsum plant, said the cake was easy to whip up. The recipe was 90 pounds of cake flour, 300 pounds of sugar, ISO pounds of shortening and hutments made of frosting. HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO OUR DEAR COUSINS AARON AND ROSE LENOBEL OF SURFSIDE, ON THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. MAY YOU LIVE IN GOOD HEALTH AND HAPPINESS TO CELEBRATE YOUR DIAMOND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY JULIUS AND BERDIE HABER NEW YORK AND ISRAEL. DO YOU WANT FINE FURNITURE? Monthly luncheon Tuesday Beth El Cpngregatlon Sisterhood will hold a regular monthly luncheon Tuesday noon at Dora August Hall. SAVE NOW Seeing is Believing BARGAINS GALORE New and Used Clothes and Things New Furs end Fur Trimmed Sweaters FANTASTIC LOW PRICES! Entre nous "54 Normandy Dr. women's apparel Miami leach AT BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SRCTARIAN 0na SUPPORTED MY YOUR COMMUNITY Ut •uparvlalan *f tl> Orthodox Vaad Hakaahruth of Florida Rabbi Or. Isaac H. var. Director ... 2 4-MOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL amaLl T$ *"VasD — CONORNIAL SURROUNDINGS ^ %  HW tawattRT a rmmsimts mtnoor amum lilOColliiu AY. Ph. JE 2 3571 Miami Btach REYNOLDS FURNITURE PRICES SLASHED ON ENTIRE STOCK of Nationally Known Manufacturers — Heritage, Henredon, Schoonbeck Davis Cabinet, Hickory American and many others. REYNOLDS FURNITURE 3365 S.W. 3rd AVENUE AT FIVE POINTS CORAL WAY AND THIRD AVENUE ^T FR 4-4159 • FR 4-4150 CARPETS DRAPERY INTERIOR DECORATING SERVICE



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Page 8-A +Jclst> fUrkBton Friday, March 4, I960 mm DADE JEWISH GSHTER f=OR CJA IB m "" One of the first community groups to volunteer their services to CJA is the North Dade Jewish Center. Seen at a workers' meeting are standing Heft to right' Herbert Heikin. president-elect of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Dr. US Charged With A nth Jewish Prejudice Abraham P. Pemsler. North Dade CJA chairman, Mrs. Hazel Wenger, Mrs. Abraham P. Pemsler, CJA co-chairman, and Mrs. David Dcgdoff. Seated are Dr. Martin S. Trop, Mrs. Clara Markey, and Mrs. Cyril Cohen. Berlin Mayor Minimizes Anti-Semitism Continued from Pago 1* mafic or other posts in that coontry. Similar "undentandinas," it was charged, have been entered into with Arab League countries and may have been reached, as welt, with Morocco and Afghanistan. 2. The Defeow Department, baa acceded to an official request bj S.mdi Arabia that no U. S. Je\w-h nnel be assigned to the American air base at Dhahran. 3. The Agriculture Department has permitted discriminatory ship charter contracts barring Amen can flag ships that have touched at I-rael ports from carrying free gifts of American foodan I 'ther commodities to Arab countries. 4. The Navy Department nai included cancellation clausea in oil cargo contracts with United Slates shippers which have served to en force Ar.iti 1 actions against American Oftg ships winch have traded with l.-rael. "Individually these acts are evidence ef a cancerous esndi. tion In which the r-gnts of American citixen* are put on the in. ternational bargaining counter in exchange lor an illusory commercial or diplomatic advantage," the American Jew>sS Con. gress statement declared. Fegether, they make up a turbing pattern i including an Adminisir.! of apparent involvement in the attempt by some foreign :;, mints to impose second cla i/ensliip on American Jews and 'o penalize Americans of oth< who wish to trade with [sr ire statement added. < %  The statement noted thai iho Navy had announced cancel!;/ of the MI called Haifa clause said that this begged the n 1 question, which, the American Jewish Cone.rc--s said, was wh< er or not United States Go\. men! policy was in coafoi w.th American standards of i i!i-crimination for all. Continued from Page 1-A fan i In %  .if tion and. particil i lit, ni the Bi I ; 1: % % %  •' \ • r. that prompt of the culprits was not enouf "What we can expect, and demand," said Mayor Brandt, "is we must all be aware that Naii?m ni its attendant antiSemit'sm must not arise again. We must be aware and we must take action. We must improve our schools, our police, our courts. What we faced does not indicate, -even indirectly, a rebirth of Naxism. But it is a warning we must take to heart, and it is a call to preventive action." Asked whether he favored introduction of new | s of anti & Mayor Brandt MI I "1 da not i ppose such in. But I think li. I to handle the Mem. In ition) -hi well place the wrong emI'h• single element in population. We do not i le out anyone lor ipeda] protection from illegal acts. The laws arc on the books now. The) can be enforced. We showed that here in Berlin. What we need are more awareness and constant insistence! on action in the direction of true democracy for all peoples." In stressing his faith in demo-! era tic German youth. Mayor' Brandt recalled the silent parade; to protest anti-Semitism held in, ; West Berlin by 40.000 youths. | "There were students. Boy Scouts, church youth, labor youth in that 1 parade," he declared. "There is the real German youth. They will! never allow anti Semitism to gain headway here again, and they : will never allow a resurgence of anti-Semitism." Talmudic Seminar of the Air. initiated by Rabbi Pincus M. Teitz, of Elizabeth, N.J.. is heard Fridays over Radio Station WMIE from 11:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Inaugurating the program last Friday for the Greater Miami area are (left to right) Samuel Friedland, president. Temple Emanu-Q; Rabbi Teitz; and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal oi the Hebrew Academy. \ <-om MIAMI ABROAD BY SHIP TO NASSAU OVERNIGHT Mondays and Fridays (5 PM) n Summer Camp Names Director I Camp Avir, North Dade Jewish l Center summer day camp, anjnounced Wednesday that Hy Tad| elman has been named camp diI rector for the 1960 season which i commences June 20. Tadelman was previously employed in a supervisory capacity by the Chicago Academy of Athletics, Golden Arrow Day Camp, and several camps affiliated with the Young Men's Jewish Council of Chicago. 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