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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH
WEEKLY
lolume
29Number 50
iami Accepts Share Of $25 IWiffionUJA Emergency Fund
-itfr Miami was Sunday asked to raise as its
nttd share of a $25,000,000 United Jewish
Kil emergency fund $375,000 in addition to its
j allocation from this area. Some 40 American
nunities have already fallen into line and agreed
te on additional campaigns to raise the emer-
IJA funds
iater Miami Jewish Federation's budget com-
000 came at the Sunday meet-
Ijilhe Algiers hotel from Unit-
|Jewi>a Appeal executive vice
innar Rabbi llerliert A. Fned-
j.whoemplu-.'ed the imminent
* facing Israel as a result o(
It's recent acquisition of arms
Ccmmuni-: Czechoslo\ukia.
the Miami Jewish com-
ity also heard from William
|ey. chairiniiii of the Cleveland
lign. regarding the additional
required trom this area to
Cwrtiuucd on Pag* 2 A
;es industry
VI Promoter
lied by Court
Ik New York
YORK iJTA)West Hook-
film-televiMon promoter, and
Itio companies, accused of anti-
t activities, have been en-
from dealing in securities
York State. A temporary
ion against West Hooker
Network ami the Master Teie-
Cerp. was granted by Su-
Cuurt Ju-tice Joseph A.
again-! Hooker and his
^companies brought by Special
Attorney General David
included an allegation
prospectus had been issued
enting the amount of
raised and using, without
knowledge, the names of
Douglas MacArthur and
'prominent persons.
to said earlier that he
fjmng to get "Christian influ-
into television.
m.ttee, headed by newly appointed chairman Alvin
to^i,/" ,k "Ce Mnday '" an ""^n.rnous vote
o agree on the proposed UJA boost and urged simi-
'ratification by the board of governors. Accord-
mg to (assel. there is every indication that the
major policy-making body will g.ve overwhelming
consent to the augmented quota.
The request for Miami to pitch in the additional
U.S. EXPRESSES REGRET OVER BATTLE
State Department is Vigilant
As Israel-Syria Tension Mounts;
Arab Delegation Calls on Dulles
WASHINGTON (JTA)The State Department indicated early
Wednesday that the U.S. Government is awaiting an official report
through American diplomatic channels on the clash between Israel
-PRESS BULLETINS-
UJA executive vice chairman Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman (left)
hears Greater Miami leaders at emergency conference give
solid support to 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal and agree to
assume added UJA quota for aid of Moroccan Jews. Shown
with Rabbi Friedman are CJA campaign chairman Sam J.
Heiman, William Shipley of Cleveland and Jack Corner,
chairman of the Winter Residents Division.
WILL MAKE IT OFFICIAL MONDAY
Record $1,750,000 Goal
For '56 CJA Campaign
An all-time record Combined Jewish Appeal goal of $1,750,000 was
Wednesday foreseen by Greater Miami to^***0"}*
as a result of a two-day emergency conference, which met here earlier
in the week. .
According to Federation leaders, the $1,750,000 will .""dude an
over.!? area campaign for $1,350,000 plus WJ/MO add,t.on.l. The
latter figure is Miami's share of a $25,000,000 United Jewish Appeal
*______________________.-emergency fund to be raised by
American Jewish communities
Special
JERUSALEMMilitary spokesmen here late Wednesday announc-
ed that Syrian forces opened fire on an Israeli settlement near the Sea
ol Galilee.
LONDONA British Foreign Office source revealed here that the
United Nations Truce Commission team which examined the site of
an Israeli assault Monday has declared the attack "an unprovoked
raid.'' The night-long Israeli campaign had wiped out four Syrian gun-
posts in the mountains high above Lake Galilee. No mention was made
of Israel's charge that the assault was initiated in retaliation for Syrian
shelling of Israeli lake fishermen.
DAMASCUSThe Premier of Syria late Wednesday warned the
American Ambassador in Damascus that the U.S. must cease all ship-
ments of arms to Israel. He told the American Ambassador that such
shipments will be considered "an unfriendly act" by all Arab peoples.
AMMANThe Jordanian cabinet has reesigned in order to facili-
tate the new regime's entering the pro-western Baghdad Alliance.
and Syria during which 55 Syrians and four Israelis were reported
killed. The clash was precipitated by Syrian bombardment of Israel
fishing boats.
In the meantime, State Department officials expressed regret over
the loss of life in the battle. Regret**
was also expressed by the French
across the nation.
Miami's emergency fund quota
will be fulfilled from among this
area's top givers, who pledged Sun-
day to give over and above their
regular gifts to the annual Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal campaign.
The $1,750,000 1956 goal is ex-
pected to be officially approved at
a special board of governors meet-
in- Monday in the Algiers hotel.
Contiuuod on P9 2 A
Government, according to informa-
tion arriving here from Paris. A
spokesman for the French Foreign
Office said France "deplores the
Israel initiative" and regrets espe-
cially the fact that the Israel action
"was directed against Syria, a
country to which France is linked
by a strong friendship."
A delegation of diplomats repre-
senting eight Arab countries con-
ferred here with Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles for more than
an hour. The delegation included
diplomatic representatives of
Egypt. Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Leb-
anon, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and
Libya. Syrian Ambassador Farid
Zeineddine told newsmen after
leaving the State Department that
the delegation had asked Secretary
Dulles to take action against Israel
Continued on Pay* 10 A
JOB AVAILABLE
Morocco Sultan
To Make Choice
CASABLANCA (JTA- A dele-
gation of Moroccan Jews Wednes-
day had an audience with the Sul-
tan of Morocco and asked him to
appoint the Jewish member of the
Cabinet for whom the post of Min-
istry of Posts and Telegraphs has
been left open. The delegation as-
sured the Sultan that whomever
he choses will be acceptable to all
the Jews of Morocco.
The split which developed in the
ranks of Moroccan Jewry over who
Continued on Page 10A
COLLEAGUES MEET: Former U.S. Senator from
Claude pepp#jr (left) shakes hands in greeting with
""^xander WUny (Rep.-Wis.) at the Southeast region
yrgamzation of America dinner Sunday evening in
"wuwbleau. Sen. Wiley told some 600 guests at the
JJJ 'he United States will never let Israel down. (See
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WrAtiMIU VEHEMENT OPPOSITION' CITED IN REPORT
Progress Noted in Equal Opportunity' Push
x-l-u- vitRK (JTA>-Substantial nationwide prog-
N ow 3> equaiVpportun.ty for all" has been
r'"~ ..h. the American people during the last
recorded by he Amenc pj*- ^^^ de_
e:ght Ta'report pSed here. New state and
cUre Viaws as well as scores of important ad-
These advances have not ^ it the
U.S. Supreme Court, they have occasioned vehement
opposition on the part of certain groups trying des-
perately to turn back the clock. But despite these
set-backs, Americans may well take pride in the
nation's forward march toward equal justice and
opportunity."
The report notes that in the eight years since
the report of the President's Committee on Civil
Rights in October 1947, three states have adopted
laws barring discrimination in higher education; five
states have, administrative enforcement of public
accommodation.


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Wiley Promises U.S. Will Not Sell Out Israel in New Munich
_jndoy. Dec*
Hundreds ol Zionist leaders from
-even Southern states were Sunday
night assured that the U.S. will not
abandon Israel in the present Mid-
e.ist crisis.
' Israel will never give up one
inch of its land without a fight no
matter who suggests it or demands
it," Dr. Neumann declared
The Zionist leader took to task
IS. Sen. Alexander Wiley, of!Great Britain lor suggesting that
Wisconsin, told the gathering of .after the Arabs develop a superior-
Zionists that "we stand with Is ity in weapons, peace will come in
rael" and indicated that the gym- the Mideasl Dr Neumann said
pathy of many of the legislators in that the British want another
the U.S. Congress were with the Munich. Only this time Israel will
new Jewish state not be a second Czechoslovakia
Some 500 persona at the second This time Israel vrill tight, and not
annual dinner oi the Southeast re like the Czechs uho depended M
on oi the Zionist Organization of the guarantee! "i the Western
America Sunday evening in that powers, which never were impie
tainebleau hotel, including mented.
lert oi almost everj Jewish Vou cannot via pence with ap
group in the Greater Miami area, peasement," he said, "and the last
spiritual leaders and Christian war proved it."
-is heard Sen Wiley declare Abraham Goodman, former Ifia-
that America was the first nation mian and national Zionist leader,
hi nize the democracj oi the
State "i Israel.
kmeiHa mill not sit idly bj now
' watch that nation perish ,\n>
such development would he utterly
i ntrarj '" (|"r traditions md Ln>
: ests, he said.
Dr Kmanuel N'ei.mann. chair
waa toastmaster. Seymour b Lieb
man. president oi the Southeastern
n was chairman
Among other top personalities
present ware Mlaa Hannah stein.
executive director of the American
Zionist plUld. I>r Morton Bobbins.
Vice president oi the national Zion
.in ii the Jewish Agency and one is| Organization. Circuit Judge Pal
oi tin leaden who argued for the Cannon, former U.S Senator
tition Of Bale..tine before the Claude Pepper, and Col, .lack Ar-
in. seriousb explained the Israeli Wl>
of
DEADLINE NOTICi
All general news copy for pub-
lication in The Jewish Floridian
mutt be in our offices at 120 NE
6th st., Miami, by Tuesday noon.
To insure their publication, pho-
tographs should be on our desks
by Monday at 5 p.m. Spiritual
leaders who wish their services
listed in the Religious Directory
should continue -to have their
notices in our offices early Mon-
day. Copy reaching The Jewish
Floridian after these deadlines
will be set aside for publication
the following week, providing it
is still newiworthy.
Record $1,750,000
Goal for '56 CJA
Continued from Page I A
REV. ABRAHAM SEIF
Mohel
Assocmfeo* With All Hospitals in Creofer JWN
Telephone JE 1-3840
DA.LY PICK-UPS TO NEW Y0RK
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
.point oix iew He said Israel is will- Dinner committee consisted
... Dr. Morris Coodnian. honorarv
I to compromise -hut no, teed a chairman S(,wn(,ur K ,,(.m;m.
with territo- chairman, Joseph M RoM
chairman.
Munich-tjpe sell out
rial concessions."
Miami Takes Share
In $25 Million Push
Continued form Page 1 A
' '
ci Rabbi i
I
n emergency as in 1948
. enemii
i| the
nii' he (Old '
i .1 \ executive vice chair-

isively for
.. I resettlin] ;ihnmi
:i .U ws in Israel '
The North African Je* has no
afore the law," he said,
there 1- no Indication that
ll riL'h, will ever he i:r;int
1 are mounting and
N rth African da u 'Bnj ... ,
Arab, is iqueezuig the jeu <>ut R>0i Rosenberg to Speak
"n Hat.b. Vaakov Bosenberg. Beth
: l weinkle. a former campaign David Synagogue spiritual leader
chairman and Federation pres, will Ik- guest speaker at a luncheon
introduced the resolution in meeting ol the Miami Beach-Israel
which the group pledged unani-1 Zionist District
mous support to meet the dial noon. Dec 21. at
the current Israel crisis tel
CJA chairman Sam J. Heunan saul
Wednesday that "'every passing'
day brings Israel closer and closer'
to a perilous war situation. Miami |
must move forward quickly and
boldly to set an inspired exa.nple
lor the rest of the nation. What]
Miami does will set the pace for!
other American communities'"
lli'iinan paid, "We can save
thousands of Jewish lives now if
we determine to put aside all other
considerations and give unified
support to the drive."
Ileiman joins a Miami delegation
this weekend to fly to New York
to attend the annual national
I'JA conference at the Waldorf As-
toria hotel Dec 16 and 17. Golda
Myerson, Israel Mmhtcr of Labor
and Reconstruction, will be princi-
pal speaker.
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Way- December 16, 1955
id Sales Pass
Mark
Greater Miami
Israel Bond
. the seoo.ooo
I as an inten
sh 8ear- .
rids already are
nniru al a rale more than 15
Cot ahead ol 1954, Shef noted. ;
m 300 volunteer workers are
gM ie commitments for bond pur-.
fas tin year and on indivi-
h who haven't bought bonds
ince 1954.
UQg ol more than 3,000 |
L, v)io 11 iii bonds of the,
dependence Issue from 1951 |
rough earlj 1954 provides an
Client basis lor this campaign,
jording to Sher.
I The chairman pointed out that
L new development bonds have
fcveral provisions not found in
first issue, and also said the in-
et rate has been raised to four
kcent per annum.
> las) Thursday night at
iJdiicaUonal Lyceum produced
nt Slu.uoo in bond sales from
ember- ol the Workmen's Cir-
Bonrl city manager Sidney
Mr. and Mrt. Krevat
Beth Jacob Will
Open Melava
Malkah Series
Beth Jacob Congregation this
week announced the first in a se-
ries ot Malaya Malkah pai
Saturday evening, Dec. 17. in
(i praised the elforts of J David Whitman Hall.
,,ik and rally chairman | Morris Krevat, chairman of
Dunt"\ in Organizing the Beth Jacob's hoard ot education,
Wednesday a,,I that tl
project will support the congrega-
tion's religious school.
Mr. and Mrs Krevat. of the Wal
burne hotel, will be hosts .,t this
first Melava Malkah.
Pro-AnV Golfers
Eye Tournament
Af Westview C!>ib
id
will!
Named to head the dual e- enl
un< the auspice ol the Combin-
'. w,sh Appeal is John Serbin
In CJA work and in
"eslviev programs. Serbin has
Bernard Wagner, David
I :on- Hecht, Jr
M vice chairmen in charge ol the
big tournament.
The iant 27" trophy, now on
at Westview Country club,
bears the named six winner- who
tied in last year's event.
Individual trophies were also
awarded to the sextet finishing
first while playing along-side of
such professional masters as Sam
Snead. Lou Worsham, Pete Burke,
Claude Harmon, Dub Pagan, Ansel
Snow, Jock Hutchinson, Clyde Ur-
sina. Jack Cummings and Lou Bar-
baro,
Page 3 A
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[(Hazier al' i reported that pre-
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Friday, December 16, 1955
Volume 29 Number 50
Teveth 1, 5716
Miami Takes on a Major Responsibility
The United Jewish Appeal is currently asking
Jewish communities across the nation to come
up with an emergency fund of 25 million dollars
Vo assist Israel in moving and resettling spme
40,030 Moroccan Jews.
The Jewish State requires these additional
funds because of the aggressive position of its
Arab neighbors and the recent 80 million dollar
military arrangement between EgyDt and the '
Communists. In diverting a major share cf her
operating budget to defense needs, Israel looks
to Jewry overseas for assistance in continuing
her humanitarian migratory programs.
In this regard, UJA executive vice chairman
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman Sunday called upon
M:ami Jewery to assume Its share of respon-
sibility in raising the 25 million dollar emergen-
cy fund. Rallying behind an unanimous resolu-
tion to meet the challenge, some eighty top
leaders of this area immediately pledged to
support the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal and
to give over and above the amounts they con-
tributed last year.
This is an indication of the fact that Miami
Jewry is not "tired"that it cares about the
destiny of Israel in this, her critical hour. In
promising to pitch in with some S375.000 be-
yond the 1956 CJA goal in Miami, these leaders
aze reacting realistically to a desperate situa-
tion.
Federation leaders in this regard are already
calling for self-discipline among affiliate groups
here not to engage in splinter campaigns dur-
ing the coming critical months, so that goal plus
Miami's share of the national emergency fund
can be achieved.
Priority should certainly be a top considera-
tion, in light of the fact that Israel's enemies well
recognize the import of national UJA contribu-
tions to the Jewish State. Ambassador Farid
Zeineddine. of Syria, heading an eight-man
delegation consisting of representatives from
Egypt. Irag, Jordan, Lebanon. Lybia, Saudi
Arabia, Syria and Yemen, Tuesday told John
Foster Dulles that American Jewry's contribu-
tions to Israel "are allegedly philanthropic."
Actually, the Ambassador said, "they are
going to build up the state, so indirectly through
tax exemption the United States is itself con-
tributing."
There can be no better guarantee of the po-
tent value of giving to Miami's Combined Ap-
peal. By succeeding in the 1956 campaign
Miami will rightly take its place among the top
Jewish communities of the nation in assisting
Israel when she most needs it.
A Civil Liberties Message
Judge Simon H. Rifkind will be guest of honor
at an annual meeting of the Southeast region of
American Jewish Committee on Sunday eve-
ning at Westview Country Club.
Subject of Judge Rifkind's address in "Reflec-
tions on Civil Liberties."
At a time when news from the Near East and
between the great powers on the matter of co-
existence seems to be approaching the critical
stage, we must not lose recognition of the fact
that many event* on the homefront require our
careful attention.
Among these are desegregation and religious
instruction in the public school system of our na-
tion Additional aspects of civil libertarian
problems, including the American security sys-
tem and standards for government employment
practice, as well as a host of others, are all vital
aspects which affect the U.S. community at
large and which, must remain uppermost in our
thoughts if we are to remain vigilant in guard-
ing democratic society.
Judge Rifkind, an expert on civil liberties, will
bring an important message to the AJ Commit-
tee annual meeting, filling in the gap between
today's developments and those of just a year
or so ago, when the sanctity of individual free-
doom was being so sorely taxed by many
thoughtless statesmen.
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STILL LOCKED QUT ...
Samuel Prosterman Passes
Samuel Prosterman passed away last week
at the age of 72. The local Jewish community
sincerely mourns his loss.
Mr. Prosterman, since his arrival here about
11 years ago, wholeheartedly devoted himself
to numerous philanthropic, religious and cul-
tural causes.
His activities in behalf of the Jewish National
Fund brought him national recognition only two
days before he died. It was largely through Mr.
Prosterman's efforts that Miami Sunday held
its first annual JNF dinner.
a
Mendel Fisher, national executive director of
JNF, presented Mr. Prosterman with a plague
in recognition of his devotion to Israel. The com-
munity will miss Mr. Prosterman's guiet devo-
tion to many worthwhile local, national and
overseas programs.
A Bar Mitzvah Celebration
Temple Beth Sholom marked its Bar Mitzvah
anniversary at ceremonies last Saturday eve-
ning in the Hollywood Beach hotel.
Thirteen consecutive years of devotion to any
activity represent a remarkable record. It is
especially significant for a synagogue or tem-
ple. For the function of the House of Worship is
to minister to the spiritual, cultural and educa-
tional needs of its congregation.
In doing this. Temple Beth Sholom has steadi-
ly progressed to become one of the very vigor-
ous religious centers in the Greater Miami area.
Temple Beth Sholom was organised thirteen
years ago with a mere handful of families con-
stituting its membership. Today, after expand-
ing from its original site, the congregation
numbers some 800 families.
The Bar Mitzvah anniversary Saturday eve-
ning was especially significant, coming on the
second night of Chanuka. For as the Feast of
Light, marks the ancient Jewish ^dedication of
the Temple debated by Antiochus. Beth
Sholom s celebration marked the dedication of
its new sanctuary and the rededication of its
congregation to the Temple's true meaning-
House of Peace."
The Greater Miami area applauds the pro-
gressive achievement of all synagogue, and
centers here as a true expression of basic Juda-
ism. In this regard, the local Jewish community
welcomes Temple Beth Sholom'. new era of
service.
; in the Kont.meblesu hotel. Quoting M#v| '" Sundiy ,
a^'Clf* *?r**t' ***** deluded the St1"" l
ftfufyann ,faid ut. a*y ^sthiction l*tw*n m3* *m
Dr. Emanuel Neumann made a splendid olea
Israel at a dinner sponsored by the Zionist Oreaniiati Cau*
nuig '* *k~ tfit.t.i..i,i. k__i. _..
arriv
Dr. .,,
factors is folly. This observation arose from the Zm !?>-
dictum that "there are times when moral consider S? *******
expediency." lon m"st yieTd]
Dr. Neumann remarked that such a time dare nev
politics and morality necessarily need to work hind ,Th !"*-
struction of Czechoslovak!*, he felt, is history's an,w-rS ^
not very lamented BriUh Prime Minister's ethical axiom L ***
he said, that appeasement through the sacrifice of h,m,?*tk"
does not slake the tyrants appette. human "He.
All of which was a saethod of warning the Western *
new Munich in the Near East would never solve the ,'iii,! !'W
l and the Arab League. Dr. Neumann', case wa Carefully laying the groundwork for Jewish Stat. V-t,,rv h -1
flevefoplnelH ol friction and undeclared war from mViitL r**'
Rattle ol Liberation lo the present time -when the \5stK ^
Russia's first successful invasion M that area i .,,, *
Principally. Dr. Neumann considered Oollr
Dubbing this policy one of "impartial friendsh p he ch,I*.
ufrhent underlings w.th having convinced ESj
Nar E1 dilemma was the result of Amei i, "'M
No opportunity has since been allowed to pass | ,, ,...... [
could be used m.p.ng off po.nt for cnti. "."!*?
sure of the Jewish State. nor'

I wish Dr. Neumann had gone even further 1 h h w'i:4
a Zionist, that tins roreign policy ia th ; Vr.adS
look. which the present Administration tout eawlv m
admiration some two years ago. It would have pleasantaesl
hear about the State Departments fair-haired genius voun- BvT
who. in April, 1954. "advised' Israel to become ., i | the N>arE
in the face of the fact that he was, as Assistant Se< retarj of State!
Near Eastern Affairs, doing his very best to prevent it
a a
THERE SHALL BE NO NEW MUNICH
In short, if one can speak of pleasure in such critical m
would have been pleasant to relive Mr. Byroade"a greatest "succesfl
his appointment as U.S. Ambassador to Egypt. In this capacity-
reward for the first evidence of U.S. firmness toward Israel eveoul
Arabs were engaged in breaking the Armistice Agreement! and bit
ading the Suer CanalMr. Byroade made his, and our go\ernme
greatest blunder.
The outcome of that blunder became known to the peoples of I
world on Sept. 27 last, when Egypt's military junta announced iUi
arrangement with the communists. The "new look" policy, desi.
among other reasons to contain Russian encroachment on the Near!
had failed. Young genius Byroade delivered the Arabs into the I
of the enemywhere the history of two world wars consistently la
them.
Dr. Neumann implored that our State Department not eaio itj
feat with further appeasement. Referring to lYime Minister
Anthony Eden's latest "mediation plan," in which Israel would|
called upon to make territorial concessions to the Arabs. Dr.
reaffirmed his belief in the politico-moral equation There
no new Munich," he warned, "no selling out of our only ally in the I
East. If anyone thinks Israel can be terrorized or cajoled into ce
land, he is mistaken."
Dr. Neumann's alternative was. of course, based on the cur
Jewish State request: arms from the U.S. to counterbalance Eg
military acquisitions from the communists and a security pactas i
to include any nation in the Near East which would care to join.
m
SEN. WILEY COMES TO THE RESCUE
Dr. Neumann expressed valid doubts as to the final outcome]
Israel's current plea. These revolved about the fact that no reply!
as yet, come from Washington vis a-vis the arms request and that tb
is little hope for two thirds of the Senate to ratif> a security pact
Israel. The Zionist leader's doubts were rigidly enforced, it me, by the subsequent addressif such it may be calledof IS. "
Alexander Wiley (Rep-Wis ), main speaker of the evening.
It would be difficult for me to report on just what Sen Wiley|
say. I know he covered vast areas of geography Newfoundland,.
out from H Bombs over 100,000 square miles of his own State of
consin, the fetid mangrove swamps that were once Greater M*
Morocco, Crete, Cyprus and a host of other lands. I know his prur
thesis was that the world has grown small and that mimscule
must grow large to meet the danger of living in a compact familyj
nations. As for the rest, I can not vouch.
Sen. Wiley's address left me shaking with rage, insulted as a
and an ardent believer in the fulfillment of the Zionist dream
to say the least, confused. Primarily, he disavowed his personal
responding to Dr. Neumann's plea by asserting that foreign r
are a matter for the Executive as set forth in the Constitution.
ly, be denied Dr. Neununan's basic assumption with this remark
I heard Dr. Neumann here, I felt your government's only prow i
Israel and Egypt." j
In jingoistic, politician's phraseologywhich made a n,0*^J
Dr. Neumann's sincere call for moral consideration in Plltica ^. ]
Sen. Wiley loosely knit together his vast, chaotic image ol""
Bomb threatened universe with the thesis that Israel tt oni.
scropically significant on the international scene. AtWt^
tears, he thundered: "Eypt's arms (received from the commun'mo0,
obsolete. Our best reports say it will take them (the Egypt"
to get them into working order."
5ible
BEWILDERMENT AND THE DOUBLE MIRROR
Assured he had convinced his audience that aarseTi P0^ A
struction was not in view but around a distant corner, ^n. ^,
cautioned American Jewry from becoming emotiona
off half Sen. Wiley's presumptuous low level delivery and ^
Pressed him to affirm before a Zionist sudience that J^
agree with the Zionist cause." But. he cautioned btDVsa. w,
not defame them The heart of America, he said, is big e
brace many "outside causes Continually searching to >a him
be acceptable to Zionists, his poor censor mechanism i q( ^
speak his true mind. In this sense, he raised the vicious c ^u
allegiance, while promising that he was not among woes
Continued en VH 7 A


16. 1955
^Mfa+Mtw
^Commission Official in Miami to Help Plan Proaraim
fl Kosansky, of the Southeast Zionist Youth task of adviln ,,K W!J ClIllS
Page 5 A
Kosanskv. of the Southeast Zionist Youth
mop in Atlanta, tu here in Miami for aev-
'Jjiks to reorganize the local Youth Comrais-
e js not quUe the proper word," Ko-
lipiainoii. :'MB-.4nwi W*tasteiavwk*> i
ptof the Florida JTflio* of HaaW.sah, is also
of the local commission. We are working
Junction with Jerry Schulman, director of the
'Jr Miami Zionist Youth Commission, to de-
"more sharply the scope and focus of the organ-
v the commission hopes to provide young
LlLt/with the opportunity to further their knowl-
TVf Jewishness. Kosansky said. "But we have
kt objectives, as well. These include fostering
development of growing, creative and thoughtful
riividuak within the community and strengthening
j ii between Jewry here with Jewry abroad and
I Israel."
c.ding to Mrs. Weinstein. there are now 16
just vouth groups in the Miami area. Eleven
i in full operation, while five others are in the
ative stage These are composed of Senior
| Young Judaea and two Junior Hadassah organ-
Hions," ihe said.
fAssisting* Mrs Weinstein and Schulman in the
-position Republican Party Flays
Turkish President for Loose Talk
ISTANBl I. i.JTA)In the first major break with the foreiun policy
[the pre-ent government of Turkey, the opposition Republican Party
(begun a campaign to prevent any commitment to support the Arab
tf against Israel. The Republicant Party, under whose administra-
iTurkey recognized the young Jewish State, has voiced its oppo-
sing with the Arabs in ., .,
manding clarification of a recent I
K gmSSLfT^SJ fiSfi here are
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this time is to help denL ?h SP!*,f,c prob,em *
We've got to offe hi i ,M*!rnl>-nd more,
and a full year scho arsh p E&1ZT"1*
future Z.omst.v-are becoming involved mYouth
Commission work.- She w.ll be joined by WillSm
Goldworm. of Miami, in attending the Youth Com-
missions reg.onal convention in Daytona Beach
Dec. 25 to 29.
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statement by Turkish President
Celal Bayar who. during i visit to
a Jordan military post in Jeru-
salem, declared: "Don't be sur-
prised to see the Turkish Army
and the Arab legion fighting side-
by-side against the aggressor in the
event Jordan is attacked. The i
retary general of the Republican
Party. Kasim (Julek, told a press
conference that he hoped this
statement did not mean that the
government had made a new un-
dertaking against Israel.
The Republican newspaper "Dun-
ya" has bluntly charged that Egypt
and its allies are a threat to the
peace of the Middle Fast now that
they have received Communist
weapons. The newspaper called on
the Arab states to recognize Is-
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vJeHlsfhrhrktiton
Enemies Surround Israel Geographically and at Peace Table
By SAUL CARSON
JTA Correspondent at the UN
Israel is accustomed to being
surrounded by enemies. In its
homeland, it is squeezed into a
narrow area where every land bor-
der brings the Israelis face to face
with another foe across another
frontier. Fven here at the United
Nations, the Israel delegates rep-
urenting their country at the big,
sixty nation committees find them-
selves hemmed in. Because of al-
phabetical seating. Israel always
has an Iraqui on its left, a Leba-
nese on the rightand never do
the twain Arabs speak except
across the back of the fenced-in
Israeli. In the general debate, con-
cluded at this year's General As-
sembly last week, the same princi-
pal of containment ruled.
From the opening day of the
Assembly, when Egypt sounded
oil. until the penultimate speech.
Israel was besieged, belabored, be
-mirched and beaten over the
head by a -toady -tream of abuse
wielded by every Arab delegation
here But this much can be said
for Israeli: Not for a moment was
it bewildered When the shouting
was diini'. Israel stood, without
doubt, head and shoulders above
\r.ih detractors A deliberate
policy, forged in Israel's Foreign
Office and brilliantly executed
bj Nun delegation under
i. adership "I the cucumber-
tbba Eban, had paid "ff
The marathron tack
the firs! day ol the
..i debate
I -, re loubtable i -
Mini wv It was i
perforn ood a
thai the president ol thi \-
-i mb Jos* m.i/.i ol hile,
ined when FawzJ had
: : ishi d i" voice < rebuke against
I .i'.wi talk-
nit the "motle) hordes ol In-
-' who formed "the q
Beth Tfilah Eects
Kramer President
Isidore Kramer has been elected
ident "l (ongregajion Beth
Tfilah.
Kramer was formerl) active in
ticello, N.Y. religious pro
ns, includin I ubavitcher
ti eat
1 Rher offii i rs named at an elec
eetii th Tfilah this
include Jack Cimenl and
Philip W < iss, \ ice preskli
I i.iel
and
recoi 'i
OPENING SAT., DEC. 17th
| head of world political Zionism
thrust against the heart of the
! Arabs." went on to fume about
"blood gushing from the heart of
the Arab nation" and worked him-
self into fine lather of threats that
the Arabs "will no longer" submit
to all this stuff and nonsense. Mr.
Eban and his fellow delegates sat.
at times smiled, didn't even bother
to doodle.
A few days later. Iraq's Fadhil
Al-Jamali put on his act. Same
script. On the Israeli sidesame
studied indifference. Little Ethio-
pia, a dutiful member of the Asian
African bloc, made only slight al-
1 lusion to the Arab-Israel problem
but did mention it. Lebanon missed
its old-time demagogue, Charles
Malik, but tried to make up a!
speech that paid only lip-service
to the aggressive line of the Egyp-J
tians. Then came the last of the
Arab speakers. Syria's Ahmed L |
; Shukhairy. assistant secretary-gen-
I era! of the Arab League. And what
I a performance that was!
Shukairy spoke immediately
! after Mr Fhan. The Israeli delega-
tion chief delivered a 40-minute
! address that was dignified, solemn,
' meaningfuland in the spirit of.
United Nations aims for peace
Mr. Eban alluded to some of the
speeches by the Arabs h,. pulled
apart the curtains for a moment.
identifying the Arab states as dic-
tatorships where human rights are
known only for their absence, ele-
mentary social legislation nonex-
istent, child labor officially con-
doned and "fearful poverty and
squalor fatalistically endured."
These the Israeli pointed out. are
the denouncers of Israel, the
mouthers of pious sentiments
about "freedom" for other peoples,
the initiators of aggressions and
blood baths.
Shukairy then pulled all stops.
Veteran diplomats and old-time
correspondents were amaied.
There was no effort on the "Syri-
an's" part (he is actually a Pales-
tine refugee) to observe the slight-
est decorumlet alone to show re-
spect for the United Nations. Ver-
bally, he tore up every United Na-
tions resolution affecting the Mid-
dle East. Forget about them, he
shouted. Let's start afresh. Let's
organize an "underground" to
wipe Israel off the map. Let's form
a commission composed of the
United States, the Soviet Union
and Iran to put things right for
the Arabs by the elimination of
Israel.
Then, with only India left on
the speakers' list in the general
debate, the Arabs were donein
more ways than one. They had
proved i-.iomsc.ves absolutely un-
busy matching Crechoslo"^r
for gun. inventing reason '
,ha<- **m thTi";
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willing to abide by the very basic
tenets 0/ the United Nations. Con-
ciliation,, mediation, efforts to set-
tle issues--these art* hunk, acco-d
inn to Fawzi, Shukairy and com-
pany.
In the bright lights of the As-
sembly, the Arabs stood expesed
as warmongers who have not \et
learned that the United Nations
.unis first of all for peace.
In focus in the same auditorium
stood Israel's sincere, serious de-
sire for peace
And one other fact stood out.
Not one of the Arab spokesmen
had even as much as mentioned the
Middle East peace and security
plans proposed in August by Unit-
ed States Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles One hopes that Mr.
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his attention. Or were they too
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.December 16, 1955
jpin of Number 'Seven' Reaches info Dawn of History
By REUBEN ARFA
i. origin of tho mystical and
r, Smificance of the num-
^ ^ bil,k i the dawn of
!Td timr Thus we have the
;davs of the week. U seven
*Uin- the *
I worlrl. the concept of
* liK-kv number and many
Rumples. It is found in
Lf culture- as well as in our
L civilrMtK'M Thus the mi-
ll riles of the MU Mau in
arc based on the number
L, which, we are told, repre-
LV seven orifices of the body.
seems therefore, that the
nth functioning of the body
f|be seven orifices) depends on
Ifuinilmerit of the obligations
,u, *h. initiation. We find
B,lar idea' among the ancient
j._jh.woi'ds for seven and
vy^flilhc. same consonants
Kern to suggest that a person
1 takes aft-??^ 's actually swear-
[bv the'"seven orifices of his
,lhf anfierifs the term "pledge
_a contrail" and "seven"
iio have heen synonymous.
["thought of one immediately
ted the other.
we have shown in another
the underlying concept of
IrflationsHip between God and
]is that of a solemn partner
This relationship requires
,nt aids for our faulty memo-
[For this purpose the number
j and its multiples were put
lork as the following examples
Idemonstratr
m morning when we wind I
[phylactery strap seven times'
our fore arm we are re-1
nf our contract, a reaf- j
lion of our betrothal with'
rthermore the days of the
lhavc no individual name*, in
brew. Apparently they are
k to form part of the seven
[nit and merely mentioning I
Ida; ol the -even (contract),!
[day. etc should remind us of
}repon.Mlil'' role preliminary^
veventh day which in itself
|preview ol the world to come.
rid of peace and intense holy
The -even day week
repre-ent- in miniature the
process ol the Creation as
rated in a previous article.
eve have an additional mm
|lhe fu^im; oi the week into the
nth at sunsel Fridayto em-
I that the entire week is one
(course it is luting that Shav-
. vith its double connotation:
land oaths, the holiday which
aorates our entering the
at, should l>e preceded by
i veeks of purification.
religious New Year, Rosh
m, is celebrated at the begin-
M the seventh month and re-
ns that the universal process
*>tion, the evolution of the
'we, depends on our fulfill-
|ttecovenant (contract).
(Mew of the number seven
fsigraatf symbol of our con-
P-fcKls.to strip it of its mys-
p 2 pra(* a~ an instrument to-
EM's betterment.
Rabbi Abraham Herson (left), spiritual leader of Tifereth Israel
Northside Center, presents a Scroll to Cantor Albert Glantz for
his outstanding work and devotion to Tifereth Israel." Cantor
Glante has rendered his services without financial remunera-
tion since the Center's inception six years ago. Presentation
was made at a testimonial dinner in the Bel Aire hotel.
Star Restaurant
Opens 13th Season
Star restaurant opened Sunday
afternoon for its 13th season un-
der the same management.
Brothers successfully operating
the dairy, vegetarian and fish res-
taurant aw Harrj and Abe Berj
man.
The air conditioned restaurant.
at 841 Washington ave., serves
breakfast, lunch, dinner and also
a la carte meal-
Pythians Elect
Werner Lodge Chief
JZZSt Wcincr has ,,(''" ""l
;. Knights of Pythlai
in.?' W recent meet-
mgfoi the Janirtry, mc> term in-
lu* Alexander RothWfc^vki
h.. ^"',ani IWpert' master of
V.'h'JTS HantH>. ^ereta-
2rV ynn' finan> secrc-
u!Hinfi, (ilazman' treasurer; Ralph
Raphael master at arms; Dr. sfd-
ney H Moss, inner guard; Ira Blitt
oner guard: Samuel Azrikan. grand
" H. < ohn Jr. alternate grand lodge
representative.
Installation of officers will take
rPl?hi Ja!\5 at 108 Ara8" ave..
Gables odge headquarters. Sol
Cohen will officiate.
Histraduth Ivrith of Greater Mia-
mi will hold a meeting on Saturday
evening. Dec. 17. in the social hall
of Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Rabbi Isaac Lcrer will speak on
Meaning of Chanuka."
Dr. A^ J. Ishlon. Mrs. B. Stadlan
and A. Liebman will participate in
the program. J. z. Stadlan will
preside.
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Beth Sholom held its first dinner
meeting of the season Wednesday
evening at the Shelborne hotel.
according to an announcement by
Mr-. Jordan Bittel, president. A
short business meeting was fol-
lowed by a skit. Mrs. Louis J.
ky, sponsor of the group, at-
tended with Rabbi and Mrs. Leon
kronen and other honored
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THE WEEK... JSI SEE II
Continued from Page 4 A
American-." who feel that U.S. Jewry waver- in Its love for this nation
even a- it embraces Zionism.
Thus, he betrayed h il isioi nonstrating
beyond any doubt ihat he i- not "at home" in Zion. Nor could Sen.
Wiley's unconsciously expressed alien feelings tbe pithy and almost
prejudicial concern for Atomic Energ) Commissien chairman Lewis
Strauss' name, th- insistent reminder that his wife i- a naturalized citi-
zenhide his personal bewilderment. He was in the midst of the minor-
ity and could only feel comfortable there by justifying it.- existence
not in light of his understanding but a- part Ol the tradition ol Ameri-
can history.
Never did Sen Wiley -ay anything positive about American Zionism
or Israel without also saying something positive on the other side of the
fence. If Zionism is among the causes this nation embraces as a result
of its ^reat heart. Sen. Wiley was careful to remind his audience that
we also embrace the cause of the Arab refugees. If the misguided sus-
pected Zionists of dual allegiance, there were Kossuth of Hungary.
Garibaldi and Mazzini of Italy and Sun Yat-Sen of China who had once
received the unquestioned support of Americans with Old World ties.
In all fairness to the Senator, he did manage among his parenthet-
ical ramblings and during the course of the address he obviously read
for the first time to remark that "the U.S. will not let Israel down." But
this was expensive fare indeed for a man who is a friend of Zionism for
a fee. If Sen. Wiley is a friend of Zionism, then I fear for the fate of
the movement in America ami wonder what his neutral and even anti-
Zionist colleagues must be thinking. If he is a typical example of our
government's diplomacy, there-is little hope for us in the Near Bast or
anywhere ehe.
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Sinai Labafory
Gets $1,500 Grant
The cardio-pulmonary laboratory
at Mount Sinai .hospital has hcon
awarded a $1,500 grant for the
purchase of specialized lung equip-
ment, it was announced Wednes-
day by Max Orovitz. hospital presi-
dent.
The grant has been made to the
recently established research lab-
oratory by the Dazian Foundation
lor Medical Research, of New York
City.
The award will be used to pur-
chase a hroncho-spirometer which
will determine the manner in
which each lung is functioning."
Dr. Philip Samet, laboratory di-
rector, revealed. "The measure-
ment of each lung rather than
both lungs working as a unit will
help decide whether elderly pati-
ents with lung diseases can tolerate
one-sided lung surgery." he ex-
plained. The equipment will be
the only one of its kind in the
Greater Miami area.
The grant, according to Samu-1
Gertner, hospital executive dire,
tor. la the first awarded hy th;' 1>..
zian Foundation to Mourn Sinai,
whose cardio-pulmonary laboratory
under Dr. Samet was established
July 1.
Or. Philip Smm*t
Chiropracters
Name Warmouth
Dade County Chiropractic So-
ciety last week installed Dr. L. E.
Warmouth president at ceremonies
in the I)i Lido hotel.
Others installed in office were
Drs. J D. Harold, vice president:
H. C. Coehran, secretary; and G. D.
Roy. treasurer.
Directors include Drs. J. R.
Lasky, B C. Bnckman and R. F
Prigger.
Installed president of the auxil-
iary were Mrs. William O. Diehl.
Mrs. R. F. Prigger is vice president.
Memorial Meet
For Dr. Queen
Farbind. Ben-
ISurion Branch
|\o. 304. and
G o Id a Myerson
IClub of Pioneer
Women will
I hold a memorial
I meeting in hon-
Jm- of Dr. Harry
JH. Queen on
I rhursday e v e -
ning, Dec. 22, at
Beth EJ Congregation.
In charge of the affair are I. M
Sachs, president of Ben-Gurion
Branch, and Mrs Soma Robbies.
president of Golda Myerson Club.
Dr. A J. Ishlan will be chair-
man of the evening. Cantor Sam-
uel Salkow. of the Israelite Cen-
ter, will chant the religious por-
tion of the liturgy.
Dr. Queen, well known cultural
and religious leader here, passed
away some two months ago.
Chanuka Fete
Hears Operetta
Chanuka will be celebrated on
Sunday evening. Dec. 18. at Miami
Beach Senior High School by Miami
Beach Community Singer--
The program will be divided into
two parts, the first featuring Stan
Porter, popular baritone, as soloist.
Participants in the traditional
lighting of the candles were Rose
Abelson. Jean V. Devens. Betty
Mendorff. Andy Solomon, Bernie
Sager. Chaim Rose. Dorothy Kov-
nat. Birdie Zohn and Sarah S. Kir-
schner, for which Mrs. Samuel
Obhtz wrote the narration
Second portion will be the pre-
sentation of "My Land and Your
Land," an American operetta
written by Ben and Margaret Yo-
men, with music by Lou Singer and
lyrics by Hy Zaret. And> Solomon
was featured performer, with Ins
Rosen, Sylvia Core*. Betty Men-
dorff, Sylvia Pass, Wendy Solar and
Edith Rothstein as soloists.
Choreography and dances are
arranged by Bernie Sager, of the
DiLido hotel. Miss Jane Moore and
members of the chorus are in
the dance group, with Mrs. Frances
Berlina accompanying the dancers
on the accordion.
Rabbi Lehrman
Back from Trip
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader ol Temple Kmanu-KI. last
week returned from a trip to Pitts
burgh, where "he installed his
brother-in-law, Solomon 1. Moseson,
rabbi of Congregation Beth Sholom.
one of the leading Conservative
synagogues in the country.
Rabbi Moseson. who formerly oc-
cupied a pulpit in Akron. O.. has
been a frequent visitor to Miami
Beach and has preached to local
congregations on many occasions.
While in Pittsburgh. Rabbi Lehr-
man also addressed a convocation
sponsored by the P i t s b u r g h
Friends of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
This was arranged in tribute to
the members of the Deaktor Fam-
ily in recognition of their leader-
ship in community causes. Samuel
Deaktor. a winter resident of Miami
Beach and a member of Temple
Emanu-Ei. accepted the citation on
behalf of the family.
On leaving Pittsburgh, Rabbi
Lehrman. who is a member of the
Rabbinic Cabinet of the Jewish
Theological Seminary, went to New
York to attend the bi-monthly
meeting of the Cabinet. One of the
main items on the agenda was the
formulation of plans for the Semi-
nary's mid-winter conference,
which will be held in Miami Beach
during the month of February.
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elite Center Dedicates Torah
orpxonU'd to the April was mem speakc
*"' _____:_- l... Kunuol V.ll____ _- .
presented to the
L renter Sunday evening by
L vr- N H ^arlosk>'-
Ik Parnev. religloui chair-
|*s cha.rn.an of the eve-
Morton Malavsky led
-jfes with Rabbi Morris
Inarticipatins. Rabbi Simon
recently completed in
April was mem speaker. ( antor
Samuel Salkow rendered a por-
tion of the liturgy.
Cantor Fishii Lutman offered
special renditions.
A band of music escorted the
donors into the synagogue.
Guests had the opportunity
of having their names inscribed in
the Torah Scroll.

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iupter of
!;' 15"nth will celebrate the
lUtMjirthteyof the international
"""'"'I "rder Qn Saturday ,
run* 81 Hmleab-Miami Springs
Jewish Center.
speaker will be George
w'::J^C',n~'" Participants w, J
Wednesday announced a Chanuka
sports festival scheduled for Sun-
day. Dec. 18. at Greynolds Park.
. include Young
Judaea groups of the Greater Mia-
mi area. Sidney Greenspan, for-
mer athletic director of Camp Blue
Star, will be sports coordinator.
Talianoff, Beach attorney and na-
tional commissioner of the Anli-
Delamation League.
Presentation of colors will be by
Jewish War Veterans Post 681.
Rabbi Henry Okolica, of North
Dade Jewish Center, will give the
invocation.
Musical program will include
folk songs by Miss Anita Karn.
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Morocco Sultan
To Moke Choice
Continued from Page 1 A
shall 1h> named ai the Jewish mem-
ber of the Cabinet leaves no other
bilitj except to put the de-
cision is the henrL of the Sultan,,
it was Minted out here. The .lew
i>h aaeRrtior of the government, al-
though "he will hold the post of
.Minister of Posts and Telegraph
will actually represent the Inter
eats of the approximately 800,000
Jews now living in Morocco.
Juniors Lodge
Schedules Full
Holiday Program
Juniors Lodge is planning a full
holiday program for children, ac-
cording to an announcement this
week by Dr. M. A Marshall, direc-
tor of the lodge.
Dr. Marshall Wednesday said
that the program will include
seven full days at Juniors Lodge,
plus New Year's eve. The full res
ident camp includes all sports and
games, a pool and an intensive
arts and crafts schedule.
Located at 3905 Sterling rd.. be-
tween routes 1 and 7 in Broward
county. Juniors Lodge has also re-
vealed the appointment of Leon-
ard Rothbart of Beth David Con-
gregation and Larry Schwartz.
Miami Beach, as counsellors dur-
ing the holiday program,
A principal hinhliKht for chil The j0s0ph Duntovs will i
dren iii be Frederick Dettmer, ,.,. hls 7()tn birthday Sunday
Intensive
By Miami Committee of
B*?b:
Collection Campaign Lay,
'*.......!srae!Bni
An intensive collection cam-
by the Greater Miami Com
nut tee for State of Israel Bonds
o redeem outstanding commit
meats for 1055 purchases i >umed Wednesday by chairman
Taenh Sher
Sher note?l that there still
J"01"? '"an Sioo
and Israel
cash now"

U.S. Is Vigilant
In New Fracas
Continued from Page 1 A
for yesterdays reprisal raid into
Syria as well as to- deny arms to
Israel.
Iraqi Ambassador Meussa Al-Sha-
Chcrrles H. Netter. president of the local United Cerebral Palsy j ba ---------1 nnn"n, thm Louie Gillman (left-, state cam- *>ld tbc delegation that the United
States is for "friendly impartiality
organization, announces that Louis Gillman (left. state cam-
paign chairman, has been appointed to serve as regional vice-
chairman in charge oi Campaign activities for the South-
eastern region during the year 1956. Gillman has been active
in the work of United Cerebral Palsy since its inception six
years ago and has served on the state and national board oi
directors. Stanley C. Hope, of New York City, president of Eeeo
Standard Oil Co. and newly elected national UCP campaign
chairman for the year 1956, congratulates Gillman on his ap-
pointment. ___________^____________
vis-a-vis the Arab States and oth
ers." The Ambassador said the
Arabs told Mr. Dulles that Amer-
ican-Arab relations were "unfor-
tunately suffering from the behav-
ior of Israel and Zionist organize,
tions in the United States which
are encouraging Israel" to the
detriment of Arab American rela-
tions.
Community Leader Has 70th Birthday;
Cocktails are Order of a Garden Party j
OOO ouic)
urgenuy
Guardian., 4&*1**
Chasing Vm:"jR
that >,; fTr
hip for IBM. e*tt
Almost all of 0
dians have renews
creased, the.r ,; /
21" *r. but theGr?3H*
who can renew thisJ*!
22Tlcadcr of ,h* ni
Bond drive noted. '
Samuel Friedland. dinner.
man or Foreign M.nUter-
ed the redemption of i
commitment by Samuel n.
urged all other persons2
announcements at the
State to "follow Mr. K
ling example."
New Year's Ev Party |
Tlfereth Israei SorthsM
will hold a New Year's
at the Center on Saturday l
according to an anno"
this week by Herbert
second vice president.
Saul is in charge of re
known national!) aa "Uncle Pred
dy." who funded the Last of the
Mohicans. Dettmer is a blood
brother oi the Iroquois and has
helped organize Americana mu-
- in Nea York and Boca
Hi j irb oi ail ages from
four years up are eligible to par-
in the holi<
Thi is a
B
1
afternoon with in open honae cock-
tail part) m the garden of their
Alton rd home
Since arriving m Miami. Mr
Duntov baa been jecretaij oi the
s itthern DiatriCl of the Workmen's
Circle, comprising six southeartern
ihe history of the
men's ('ircle in the South for
with -i\ annual supple
Mr Dunto\ la active in the
h Fi deration,
: the last five years he
has beei n the i ki utive commit
i wish Si tte ice He Is also active with the Hu
Jewish d<
whi< h Dr "
lui i Igi last
Open House Saturday Eve
B at Brith (iirl-. will
I Saturda) evening,
it. at the home ol Bab- Win-
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>l the JewLfh I-ahor Com
mtttee and on the national council
ol the Joint Distribution Commit-
tea
Born in Krichev, a -mall town in
White H Ma. where he obtained
lu^ hasir JewtaR schooling. Mr
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engineer, is a graduate of the Tech
RlKha Hochschule zu Charlntten
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became manager of the AHgemeine
Kelektnzites (Jesellsehaft for Rus-
sia, and later in Paris After Hitler
conquered France. Mr. Duntov es>
caped through Spain and arrived in
the I'nitcd States at the end of 1940
on an emergency visa obtained by
the Jewish Labor Committee. He
settled in New York, where, to-
THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
4 CHANUKA CELEBRATION
1955, 8:30 P.M.
SUNDAY, DECEMRER II,
at
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14th STREET and OREXEL AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH. FLORID*!
Featuring:
MIAMI REACH COMMUNITY SINGERS
BEN YOMEN. Conductor STAN PORTER. Soloitt
MARGARET YOMEN. Pianist
IN A SRK1AI CHANUKA PROGRAM
Alto
"MY IAMD AND fOOt LAND"
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on Chanuka
fo the Greater Miami Jewish Community
Holiday Greetings To 41/
Geo. P. Karnegis
Royal Baking
Company
601 N.W. 7th St.
Ph. FR 3-8685
150 DIFFERENT BAKERY
ITEMS OFFERED BY ROYAL
The widest variety ol bakery
items available la South Florida
it featured by Royal Baking Co.
These famous specialty bakera
serve all hotel, restaurant and
institutional needs for bread,
rolls, pies, cakes. eV\. from
Weat Palm Bearh to Home-
atead. Service is available by
calling Royal Baking Co
FR 3-8685.
Season's Greetings
GENERAL TIRE COMPANY
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JEW
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e
WISH All THEIR MAM MMU
A HAPPf CHAHVKA


Ir^r 16. 1958
Orchestra To
it Concert
lay Evening
Ihp direction of Barnctt
the Miami Beach Civic
| will sponsor a ballet and
nfcrt on Sunday evening,
gj (he Miami Beach audi-
s of the ballet concert
Jto the mentally retarded
[ycally handicapped, which
orchestra has adopted
ijor project. Members of
stra arc local citizens,
Itiur and >emi-profession-
Thomas Armour Ballet
w will present the Tchai-
-Nutcracker Suite" with
*rs.
nportant venture for the
joUd of Greater Miami will
i work created by Miami
fin its music, as well as
iphy. decor an dstory.
ballet. 'Beggars' Inter-
la; as its composer 22-year-
todore Newman, son of
Jet Newman, "f Lincoln rd.
Iscenery and costumes are
Harve> Choreography
lonjaj Armour.
WilFFete
at Chanuka
tv. Dec 18 Department of
Jcwi-h War Veterans,
| i party for pa-
: Pratt General hospital in
table-
Post 681
t at the new VFW hall.
H 32nd si Hialeah. on
wen ii 19.
Gable- Post 243 plans a
[at the Coral Gables Jew-
Bter on Tuesday evening.
^"MFhr/drton
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Z Fon.ain.bC SSShow(WHS? "^T? f
Selig,
Wld Pisjin. Rabbi YaakoTRc^n^rgrUsTaJleT?:
Myers Dr. Maurice Lev and Mrs. Leonard1 WoW Ni .if
is Stanley C. Myers.
New Radio-Writing Course at Lindsay Hopkins
evening Division of Lindsey
Hopkins Vocational School, 1410
NE 2nd ave., announces additional
registrations are being accepted in
a radio writing class taught by
Jack Salamanca, who has recently
returned from Europe, where he
has been studying and lecturing
extensively on drama.
Class meets on Monday and
Wednesday afternoons, from 3:30
greeation LT SS to 6'30 p m- ScriPl ,nat written
a('hnnban, I he,d W students in this class will be
rshin XPSmA Uw !vthf 'ead- USed by the Dramatics Departmenl
SfSHSSi nJTd' pr,n-.;nki!,sutting on short p,ays and radio
Mark Festival Sunday
Miami Hphrou, ci, i _j "eunesaay anernoons. from 3:30
eRZnH1 ZI'"d *!> Script that is written
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Raphael Will
loll Officers
elected officers of Beth
Congregation will be in-
|Sunday evening at the con-
iSapero. president, will be
for hi- contributions to
laphael
ttly known as Downtown
l. the congregation will
bally named Beth Raphael
| ation dinner in honor
parent-
ol Beth Raphael will
of Ihi affair. Rabbi
tual leader, is
Otto Fenias has been named chairman of the annual telethon
for United Cerebral Palsy, it was announced by Charles H.
Netter, president of the local group. Fenias has served on the
board of directors of United Cerebral Palsy since 1952. He has
participated in the last four telethons, having been in charge of
talent and havinq served last year as co-chairman with Lee
Ruwitch, of VVTVJ. Telethon goal of S400.000 will meet the
needs of the Miami Clinic of United Cerebral Palsy. A 60
percent increase in the number of patients cared for locally
requires this increase in order to provide treatment, training
and research to defeat the dread affliction. Telethon is on
Channel 4 Jan. 21.
Florida
Tuesday
ties Resort Includes
I of Motel Industry
i,tal*<- nev South
ill open here
I Premier season.
18500.000 vacation center
ondvc acres of ocean-
(WUinj ave and 170th st.
1100-room Dunes includes 12
lud "8 apartments. Each
fj Pnvate balcony of im-
[imian mosaic tile.
1?*** Taj Mahal suite will
J mirrored. According
7*, "the resort incor-
'> new features devel-
"* mushrooming motel
"> Miami Beach."
^WniSpear
'and happm.ss elub will
{*** Fresco in a dis-
l0u?Hnam'c l^vhology at
'.JWjr Forum Wedne.v
*" Dec 21 Harry Ker-
P"*1". will conduct the
Young Judaea Leaden
Meet Sunday Eve
Leaders of Young Judaea clubs
of Greater Miami participated
in a Chanuka party at the home ol
Jerome Schulman on Saturday.
Dec. 10.
According to Mrs. Malvina I.ich
man. personnel chairman, a lead-
ership institute will he formed Ul
January so that a clearer meaning
of the clubs four-fold program may
be further clarified.
Attending the party were the
following leaders of Young Judaea:
Phyllis Eisman. Frances Froniin,
Harriet Solloway, Judy Wayne.
Dena Serotfa, Avi Kackioff. Esther
Kackioff. Frieda Qreslau. Marcie
Raffel, Ziva Kwitney and Luba Ben-
son.
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TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
* IN LOS ANGELES ............................ IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S
* IN CHICAGO ............................................ IT'S HENRICI'S
* IN NEW YORK ................................................ IT'S LINDY'S
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Friday, ntc^^
Clianuku Gelt Timw
By JUDAH RICHARDS
One of the most time honored
methods of observing QhjDUka. has
-enfyr* to schools and teachers at that sea-
at They have been accustomed town
to senai-slavery, and have little
knowledge of the role of the in-
dividual in a free land.
Yet M 8f fltaMWH^s real
MnTThetiSftA'&IWftli schools potentiality ^*tow^:selects its
-particularly in Europe and North st"dpn,s '& """ '"* those
Africa-have almost always hved M".are gifted thoughi uneducated,
in relative poverty. Chanuka tag jfi ge"mne ,,fader8h'p jff!S
been the occasion when people m Jhese boys, who might otherwise
the community who could afford J."" "^ "* great d'f-
to do so sought to reward the ""* adjusting to their en-
teachers in some measure for their v.ronment. are trained vocationally
devoted and unremunerative work Prepared for the h.ghes type
of citizenship in the State of Israel.
The idea of Boystown originated
with a group of American Jewish
leaders who visited Israel, and
were struck with the need for
Necrology InstTtafe
?r"?|iw full
has on its students. In a
broader sense, they are prepared
for life a life combining the
traditional with the moder/i. apply-
ing the timeless precepts of the
Jewish, faith to the circumstance*
of preseat-day Israel.
during the year.
This custom of giving "Chanuka
Gelt" to the schools is being re-
versed in a striking way this year
i v the young men who live at Boys- mm specialjred traimng for j^ \
town in Jerusalem. In one of the of y backj{rounds wh() be-; JJ*"
nost unique and heartwarming ex- : ground.
Every boy at Boystown, for ex-
ample, participates in the school's
sports program. This is important
not only for its effect on the physi-
cal well-being of growing boys, but
for the lessons it gives in coopera-
tion and good sportsmanship. Simi-
larly, the student government
which makes many of the decision*
at Boystown offers invaluable prep-
aration for the responsibilities of
adult life.
pressions of the Chanuka spirit,
these boys, whose ages range from
twelve to seventeen, are observing
the holiday by bringing basket- ol
fruits and vegetablet In Mime of
the poorer families of Jerusalem
and it* suburbs.
The idea originated with I group
. c boys themselves. Their regu-
lar program "t activity includes the
I ov.Lng "i \.nlous t\!>* oi gi
produce on the school's own land
decided to keep some of the
harvest under refrigeration
distribute it at Chanuka time
i he devoted teachers who lead
lh combined (Chool and home lor
i rpriviieged but gifted boys
,! pruie in thiN decision oi
' ,i students it demonstrates the
tiveness ol then- efforts in
cate in these growing Isi
. tense ol belonging, feeUo
ponsibilirj to the community
n the life of the coun
try. Through the initiative of this
group, buildings and land were ob-
tained on the highest hilltop in
Jerusalem. The school, of which
Ira Guilden, noted New York com-
munal leader, i* Board chairman.
now serves 120 citizen-students,
who live there and carry on a
rounded cour-e of study.
In the field of vocational train-
ing, for example, Boystown i- de-
veloping one of the finest cur-
ricula offered ;mv\jhere It- equip-
ment includes a number oi ma-
chine tools, a- well a- modern
feur-color printing press Each boy
participates In agricultural train-1
lng, "t kej importance in | land
like Israel, which Belies to heavily
on the products of it- (arms to teed
it- growing population.
In the academic held. Boystown
the nation. To man;. 61 these compare- favorably With any -chool
from many different beck-
are learning to live to-
gether, to work together, to plsy
cutties, could not easily find their t0Re(her 7^ are |e,rning to re-
.roper place in the life of the coun spect each other They are discov.
ering the same fact that has made
America great: that differences in
origin, in language, in customs can
be a source of strength and unity
if they are properly understood
and directed toward the common
benefit
It is in this light that the way
in which the students at Boystown
have chosen to observe Chanuka
a-sumes its most profound signifi-
cance They are responding to the
challenge which faces them: the
challenge of good citizenship, of
communal responsibility. The gifts
which they are bringing to those
who need them are the product of
their own effort and labor, and
carry with them a message of ap-
preciation for the opportunities
that Israel officers.
"rlmjQ
lers, tin- would have In-en
i unfamiliar Idea before the) en
> red Boystown.
For Boystown, Jerusalem find-
1 -tudent body arnonu those
D- which have the least under-
Una. of the privileges and ob- ence hy and '
on- ol citizenship ,n ademoc- sllhj|i,.N TradUlona, subp
Many of the boys and their
1.mil lie- are just one or two years
ved from the backward land*
1 North Africa and the Middle
Roof Leak?
Call Victor Conn
at the secondary level Although
it nui-t deal with young people
who have been denied almost all
opportunity for formal education,
Boystown brings them rapidly to
the point where they can benefit
from studies in mathematics, set-
simi-
bpects
round out the course of study.
These include Bible. Jewish his-
tory. Talmud and related field-
Training in specific subpects is
only part of the impact which Boys-
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^^*fe#7
mnuka Tales #nd Miracles.
By ELI WR
leRew|s are c,ose,y ln'
, rtii o.l and Israel today
** over 0',, bg* the
^,^# mofienCoiA are
itfp* It'**;*** oil
Itlrf Menorah in the Temple
Ming the ancient battle for
dependence
f of the oil recently dis-
iIsrael will he brought to
ton
norah apparently was carried off to thP k
Rome in the general loot. That the a batt e f^ Ef"??6" ,0 he|P wi"
Roman, thought it a great prise is Ihl ,11 !?r 3*Vsh '"dependence.
to bt seen by the fact that in ihe
Ar eredM itt Hftme
thefa^tui* <
> Pfmot*
seems ^tonaT^
She fprf tK I. '"uepenacm
fh- 6 latkes to Holofernes
he: Synan general to make hS
hirsty and when he became thlrT-
<>' srre gave him wfne and got him
*nk and then she l^M'3*
Jerusalem and during succeeding
generations, it fell into the han.U
Wd iE ,1 n U ? fl"aIly re,urned to Palestine gaged In
Square Garden. and HOme hold that ,( WM Ujcn{ed jjjf0
(somewhere in an undergr.mn.l
ycabean- lit the Cnanuk* 'vault of one of the t
^ bu' Temple Menorah. churches of old aVrusafcrri
.amPt lh< Temple Meno- But where is it? And how shall
^wonderful theme for '
iiv According to the
:hed 96 poundsall
were
of the Syrian
and those found en-
rtudying the Torah taken
custody. ,,. voun j
found a way to outwit the eneim
Chr.st,,,, police. Thej carried topi S
'""'"'I'lV with then, and when
it be found? the young students found on<
****- the Gestapo appr thej hu
The Templa Manorah was (aah- redly pulled out their "drehdels"
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chapter- 'if the Jewish
IHome for Asthmatic t'hil
a kickotf lunc
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led Ml a -kit. which in-
orb worn mi Tag Day.
i made .ind modeled by
[member-.
the united drive here
inward mainten-
eJewi-h National Home
to the free, nationwide
of children suffering
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flial Due at Empress
ihotel was this week an-
the site of the testi-
| hanquct in honor of Rabbi
Stem to be held by Beth
| Congregation on Sunday
,Feb. 19 Sonntag^Kosher
l will be in charge of Jthe
General dkurman is David
Ins beat pieces of writing at this
time was a little feuilleton in which
heon for ne tel,s ,nc stor>' of a man- nt un-
1-r.iel
Live-!
Chai"The Jewish People
RjW 'Sfc ^OV bntt
tradition. When' The WoreHerzi ly gam' !l,|('1"
first began to brood over the pro!,
lem of the Jew, his mind turned i,, In fael, Chanuka is celebrated
the Menorah and the brave Ma< ng gifts to children and In
beans whornit symboliaed. One of tot ..: ,,,
pieces of writing at this ... ,, T Iarg< '
I IV. From the
1,1 Ihe : norah on Tel
like Herzl himself, who, imed bj a Aviv's highest hill, the procession
hostile world, begins to think back wind- .t- way through the city as
SZMSffi5.*S.................*.....-........ "*
begins by observing f'hanuka and
from the step he proceed- tp a
general revivification of and pride
in his Jewish heritage.
Similarly, when the young Amer-
ican poetess, Emma Lazarus.
stirred by the pogroms against the
Jews in Russia, turned to the Meno-
rah. calling upon the Jews to "re-
call the glorious Maccabean age."
Speaking about Menorahs, fine
Menorahs are now being made of
the sands and clays of the Negeb.
A variety of ceramic enterprise-,
financed by State of Israel bonds.
are now turning out menorahs and
a variety of other articles at Beer
sheba.

Jews eat latkes on Chanuka'
Why? J
According to legend. Judith used
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Services In Greater- Miami's Houses Of \^oZ3
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
\'ill hu',1 l-'ri.i ^Basa^ ^ ., c i i #- i m b n ^ 'Ham bnli i lc*l
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION
v ill noli
" Herbert Buchwald will dis-
i no Challi i
CORAL GABLE? JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Fj\fa\ i
i( i al 8: IS Rabbi Morris Skop will i
i: Chanuica Candles <'ould
Talk.*" Mrs. A H. Helfgott will
bless the candles and he hosl with
Mr Helfgott at the Once Shabbat
following Saturday morning .-erv-
Ices are .it 9:45. Sheila, daughter
ol Mr and Mrs Victor Reiter, 3370
SW l tt ti it., will become Bas MHz-
vah Cantor Irving Robinson will
render the musical portions ol the
htm
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Frida) evening
services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan will preach on the
topk: The American Jew Salur
day morning services arc at 8:80.
Subject ui the sermon is based on
the Weekly Portion. Cantor Abrs
ham Seif will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Rabbi's
class is ai 4:19 pjn Mfnchs will be
at 44") p in followed bj Shalos
.-< udos
GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUI
ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD
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BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
NORTH 'SHORE JEWISH CENTER K20 7Sth
TEMI H SHOLOM -4144 cbaao ovv. l.ii"-ral. IUbl>l Imii
r.
TEMPLE EMANU EL liOl U .,-Mm*Iii ave.
Lehl nimi. I 'a loi Pb
BELOW LINCOLN
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION P.ni -311 Waahlafftoa
Rabbi 1 .....' M '"*.
ETH TFILAH CONOREGATIO'. mild ave. Orthodox.
HEBREW ACADEMY '.' 1I 6th ft. Orthodox. KubM' Akxa:
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION HI*. Ku. lid ave. Orthodox.
mm Ball
TORAH TEMPLF : I \\ ST1 Aiii.iI.hii .Ju.lalsm. lUbbla Abraham
CORAL OABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER IM I'alvrmo ave. I.ll.rral.
Ori'.i
Uaii.i
i living
ROAD

i Jo-
ive.
Rabbi Alexander Gross
. Weakly Portion
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
t'ndav evening service! at 8:18.
Saturday morning servlees are 3t 9
Rabbi Alexander Gron will preach
on the Week!) Portion of the Law
Mincha is al ."> p.m., followed bj
- Seudo.s Dailj servici
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN- ,<, f) pm ,,
TER will hold Fnda> c n iJn
sen 6 18 Rabbi Maj i
Al" will ci t f icial c and
Sisterb i" group
will present a group ol i hanuka
Sal i morning.
Mi i in son of Mi
Mrs Chai
Mitzi ntor Edward Klein
the musical portions of the
liturgy, under the direction oi Eli
Samuels Sermon will be based on
the Weeklj Portii i

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold PTldaj
evening services at 8:30 Kabbi
Abraham Herson will discuss Not-----------------------------------------------
by Bread Alone" Cantor Albert Sword -But by the Spirit of God."
GlantI renders the musical portions chanuka program follows Cantor
TEMPLE SINAI of Holly.
will hold i- ni. j evenii
at 8 :' bj David Sliaii.ro will
h on: "Not by P lor bj
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
Teveth 1 5:15 p.m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER 44 Xamora ave.
i Hurwlts, Cantor Rudolph Hrtll.
N T O W N MIA
Conservative.
B iM
Rabbi ji.
DOWNTOWN
CONGREGATION
M
IN
n\v :ud aviv Ortbodax. i>...t>i.i
LAUDERDA
BETH RAPHAEL
\ I : k.i .
HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLL YWOOD !725 Monroe at.. Hollywood.
i'on Rabbi Bamuel U
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLVWOOD-MO IV.Ik at Hnllywc.cxl. rnnaerva-
bbl David Shapiro ra>ntor TafeiMaab Uellbraun.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE t01 South Andrewa av\,
); DP I:.,I bl Murlua Khiih ti
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER '.Til Kaat 4th ave.
aarvai
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE ISRAEL IS7 NK lllta -i Reform Rabbi Joaaph Varot, ttatit.l
n Rabbi Emerltua. Cantor Jaoob Bornatvin.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER M..... North Mlfimi a\.v
. I ,. i.. Heraoit Castor A. its.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION Iglal NW 17th ave
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTEPVT.O N.W Mat pL
K.il.lii I..- Helm.
NORTH
I
M I A M
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER nSJu \\ I l.ivle hwy. I -..n 11 .itiv.-.
Rabbi Hear) Okouea Tumor Maurice Nou.
NORTH MIAMI BE
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION 104th
Coi erval Kubbi Iiuuti- I.erer.
A C
at.
H
and
NI nth ave.
SOUTHWEST
CONGREGATION-UK* Coral Way
of the liturgy, Twentyfiw voice
choir under the direction of Mrs
Louis Adler will be honored Sat-
urda) morning services are at 9.
Subject of the sermon is. "Dreams
and Realities." Kiddu-h follow-
TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will
FTidaj < vening sen ices at
8 13 Rabbi Joseph Narot will
i h on the topic Tiger at the
Cantor Jacob Bornstein
Yehudah Hcilbraun renders the
musical portions of the liturgy
Saturday morninu services will be,
at 9 Daily services are at 9 am.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening lervkea at 5 and
8:15 p m Rahhi Morton Malavsky
will officiate and preach on the
"Dreams." Mr ami Mrs.
Lewis I'omerantz will be hosts at
the Ones Shabbat. Saturdaj nforn-
ANSHE EMES
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE 22.'. SW 3rd ave.
Yaaki>\ Kn- ETH EL CONGREGATION iOO IW 17th ave.
ShnwiMiliu T. Swlraky. Cantor lub Ciaitenhaun.
ISRAELITE CENTERJIS SW I4th ter. Conaei vallve.
MaLiMiky. Cantor Samuel Kalkow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION1101
Orthodox. Kubbl .Simon April. Cantor Berate K-l-iner.
WEST MIAMI
TEMPLE ZION .:.'" SW 17th M Cuiimm Aal i\ t Itall.j Alfred Waxman.
Conaervatlve.
Conaei^-atlw. Rabbi
Orthodox. Rabbi
Rabbi Morton
SW 12th ave.
''" anil 5 p_
^AJEW1SHCEN
nJea^a
1 inrc Sh^wiT1*
Mr
fr*. Samuel
Saturda, monL
""30. Allen. C*
Samuel Altman
Mitzvah.
will
AGUDATH ISRAPi
INSTITUTE will holt Frj
rvices al \
mori /ices are atf9
of Rabbi Isaac Evert
be. -The Power )h;1
hiddu^h follows (.'lay i|l
i- scheduled at 4 p.m.
Iw al 5 p.m.. followed'
los. Max Mendelsci]
host Daily services ai
and 5:30 p.m.. with Stan
in? services at 9.

BETH TFILAH
TION will hold Friday i
services at 5:10. Saturdaj
servici are at 8:30.
iRackovsky will officiate I
ion the topic: 't'hanuka."<
the subject of hi- ^en
"Circumstantial Exidencel
1 Value Mincha is at 4:3lf
lowed bj Shalot Seudi
services are at 7:30 a.aj
, p.m.
*
BETH RAPHAEL CO
TION will hold Friday'
services at 5:15. Saturday j
services are at 8:30.
Becker will preach on'
' "The Beauty of Holiness7s]
Holiness of Beauty." Cli
mud precedes the service I
Class in Bible will beat5|
lowed by Mincha and Shi
dos. Mr and Mrs Josi
will be hosts.
the musical portions of Um ervices are at 8 30 Sermon
liturgj .,.,1 on thl Weekb Pot
Ition. Cantor Samuel Salkow ren
beth david concrecation den the miisical portions Ol the
Will held Friday evening services liturgy. Junior services are in the
at 8.15. Hal.in Vaakus Rosenberg chapel at 10 a.m. led by Jack Kati
will preach on the topic: "One With ker Mincha will be at 5 p m fol
God is a Majnntv Oneg Shabbat
follows under the Ipoosorship of
Mr and Mrs Lawrence Beck and
Mr and Mrs. Louis Zakarin. whose
children, Myron Beck and Robert
Zakarin. become Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing Saturday morning services at 9
lowed by Shalos Baudot Daily
services are at 8 am and 15 min-
utes before sundown
MONTICELLO PARK JEWISH
CENTER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 Rabbi Isaac l>erer
Junior services are at 10 am Can-[will officiate and preach on the
tor William Lipson renders the mu
sical portions of the liturgy.
a a e
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:15. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky will preach on: .'Kindling
fhe Fires of Destiny." Cantor Louis
Gartenhaus will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Junior serv-
ices are in Yeshiva Hall at 10 am
topic: "Devotion to a Cause." Oneg
Shabbat follows. Saturday morning
services are at 9 am Subjject of
the sermon is: "In the Search."
Daily services will be at 8 am and
5 p.m.. with Sunday morning serv-
ices commencing at 9.

BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:15 Oneg Shabbat services are
at 8:30 Rabbi H. Louis Rottman
i will
Class in Sanhcdrin will be at 4 p.m. | wdl officiate during Saturday
services are at 9 am Subject of
: his sermon is scheduled as: "fn
Thee We Trust." Bible class is at
3:45 pm Mincha is at 4:45 p m.,
Mlowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services will be at 7.30 a.m. and
5:15 p.m.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold i
Friday evening services at 5 and !
8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman '
will discuss: "Farewell to a Glori-I
ous Festival" Saturday morning
services are at 9. Rabbi Morris Ad
ler, spiritual leader of Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek. Detroit, will
| preach in honor of the Bar Mitzvah
^of his nephew. Robert Stuart, son
of Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Adler.
I Cantor Philip Brummcr render i h.
i musical portions of the liturgy.
Daily services will be in the chapel
at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
*
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:45.
Saturday morninK serVaees are at
8:30 Rabbi Leo Hum will preach
on the topic: "Festival of Chanuka
< haHongc to the Modern Jew."
Junior services are. at 10:30 a.m.
Mincha will be at 4 p.m.. when
William, son of Mr and Mrs Har
old Gangei. becOBaM Har Mit/vah
The Gangels will be hosts at Shalos
Seudos

TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday-
evening services at 5:30 and 8:30
p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
preach on the topic: "Maccabees
Conclude Their Task Oneg Shab-
bat follows. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m. Lloyd, son of
Mr. and Mir. Arthur J. Berken. will
become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha is at
5 p.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica
will preach on the topic: "But With
My Spirit." Saturday morning serv-
ices commence at 9. Cantor Maurice
Neu will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Lucille Moore
directs the Center choir.
e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
7:45 Rabbi Leon Kronish will nar-
rate his script: "Annual Chanuka
Candlelight Service Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer will render the musi-
A Heap, CJieaeie T,
fritnii mmi *ltrW|
cal portions of the liturgy. Saturday-
morning services are at 10:45 ayproc CTIinifi OF
Lewis, sn of Mr. and Mrs. John'1
Serbin. 4554 Adams a\Cr. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah
BETH JACOB CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Tibor Stern will answer ten ques-
tions from the floor on philosophic-
; al and rabbinic law. Saturday
! morning services are at 8:30. Can-
tor Maurice Mamches will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Class in Bible follows Mincha at
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number 16, 1955
LfCAL NOTIC^
--T^j,ER FICTITIOUS
'""an iN.W. Tttt
.. ...gister-ld
./;.;,, ,,,,. circuit
i"1 "",. in i ri"H v,. MAIM- JAUFE
, yum
riik,h'
h-T^DE7'CTlT,0U*
CffSSk^ranm ***
"STthr tlitlt OUS name of
B fY UOl.l^TBIN, t 2303
**> \,.... Miami. Ha..|ln-
I ,.,, with.the
url of Pnde
I :;';'| |>.\IAN m."- partner
fefr. ,i,.|.|. SI 'I MN "' '';,r"
I
artner
[TTinrUIT COURT OF THE
KiClAL CIRCUIT IN AND
'i^OE COUNTY. FLORDA
10 NO. 185169
Sl-S.-MAV rl'itlff.
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JVY l.K". I '- ''''
^Of'PUBLICATION
KpERirK i uso and
SSw:v li his "-
ffa:
N/". ,f living, and
[ heirs dev-
|**V, 'Ignees, Ilen-
L ,- other
. lalmlnj by.
Mlh '< "i"1'-1 "r against the
.nam.-i Hefendanie. and all
CwTlnv right, title r Inlereal.
fVfollowl"K -lew rlbed l>rop-
.,,... l.mg. and being In
Li, CuUiit> '"' "la- to w,,:
rinKITI' 'ding t" the
... I Mat Book
! .!.li.- Record.
miv. nTida.
iRK HKRBBY NOTIFIED
I brought against
>(K >urt for l>ade
Chancery, hy
STSSM N I'lalntllf. for the
Mortgage on
> and ren
.,. : v.- Il|".ll
,! v.\ K SI1.VKH.
Miami 12. ilpr-
,. v ,,f i(i >,-n ei .....ther
.Mill the Clerk
answer or
... 3rd o! Da-
; have any
|tS PAIL S'"T, or Judgment
j
| ol N-
r i HERMAN,
. nit i-.,uit
Bj i..\\ coCRNOYEB,
I pot) 'lei k
TlCE INDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|fl \ I'.IVKN that
'i -nguge in
; tine of
> i: STATION.
N W I >|>a
to r.-Klxter
Sit.-, k of the I'll -
I ,..i i.l i
II n UMnli HEARD
IX K SOl.i'Mo.N
!j-*t-U
(or H Hi .u.l
Ike frail. Mi.iii i I leach 39. Fla.
.
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MKREItV QlVsTM that
ragse. i engage In
J aider Ih. it name of
fHAI.I.Rii. .\i STl'DIO, at ?N
litre. I'll.i lila, In-
in.- with the
Jta fir. ult i'..uit of l>nde
r-.ri,:..
HARVEY. LEE
_| i: Rli'il \i;ii
Uh A(.|L. .,mi
.tin Roe i:.... Ii. Ha.

TlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ft- IS TORI hy GIVEN that
to engage In
. ii n..me of
LMKRIfAN ASH SWISS
8Hop ,. ;m7 Biaoavym
i lot i.l... Intend* to
ilth the nark "I
''''. I ':,.|e County,
\\ MK iola owner
tVI It ft MCLLOT
11* I ..ii Hi ,\ ink
M ..mi, KU.
'
TlCE i-NDER FICTITIOUS
HAMf LAW
. ,'l n 'i'VEN that
mi ltln* "' ''"gag. m
tiliA SHOP.
I i.l liable*.
iei *H,d narm
hi (Mart ..(
TOOK,
".i:i.
M(,| ,;,.,.,,
^UQTrC.OURT OF
Ar.ECeAL CICUIT- IN
L^CHA^rp^NTY- FUT3H-
E> No. 1t54M
I
I .CATION
Mot
:
i h.- fin U1I
il N'KR \.\ I/.
'! Miami
<
U fill to
bias i will in-
lay of
'HERMAN,
'** > I'leik
NOTICE TO CREDITORR
LILLIAN SVI.VIA KARBBR,
T, AllI fr...||,or,11., All pJJSTSj,
Eatate "S '" ""l:""1-' Ag......, s,m
_ 2gj nd each ol you. ,.
cjaimi and demandi which you '
either of you, ,,,., ,,,,,. ,IKAj '
eatate o UlXUN SYLVIA!KARBER
deceased Int.- of Im.i- Countj I ,. ,', '
to the Honorable Countj Jude" d
a... r>un,y f "J*J
the r offlcj. In the Countj Courthouie
In l>ade Oaunty. Florida, within eutht
calendarjnontha from the .la... .,
flrat aubUcation baraoi Hald claima
dreaa of th. lalmant and ...
to an.I Praaeatod .. .,..,, ., ,
HUllle will I,, l.am-.l
I >:i I >.-.-.-mU-i 7 \ | ].,
HELEN IKMI-I.i:
\ Executrix of the Uat will
and Teatament of
LILLIAN SYLVIA PARBER,
MVEItS. IIKIMAN KAII.\'\
Attorneya for Executrix
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 36728-A*
In It.- ESTATE Or'
SOPHIE ROTH, I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! ..ml All Persona Hav-
ing flalniN or Demandi Againal
Eatate:
You. an.l each of you are herebj
notified atnl required lo present an)
clalins and demands which you, ut
either of you, ma> have againal the
estate of SOPHIE ROTH, deceased
late of Dctda County. Clorida, t.. the
Honorable County Judges "f Bade
County, an.I flic tin same in their
offices In the Count) Courthouse In
Itade County, Florida, within i.:ir
. all n.lar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Sai.l cbtimi
or demand- t.. contain the legal ad-
dress of the laimant and to be sworn
to and iiri-s.-ni.il as aforaaald, or H&me
will te barred. See Section 733
the IH4'. Probate \. t
1 kau I '' maer ... \ l 195."
EDWARD ROTH
A* Bxecutoi of the l-i-t Will
and nt ol
si .run: it. .in. i>e.
\ M ItEI'EI:
At t..i Be) f..i Exi i utor
_______________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 18532J
. < iR \ .i r \r.K. Plaintiff,
\ i
Rl IKEKT \V' SMITH. I -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti ROBER i u SMITH, I'
and Ail kown
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIrlEl)
ih. n a Complaint rum been filed
again
fol-
lowing do* i Ibed .' In
I>u I.,.. i Block :'. HRANADA
OROVEH Jf3 .riling to
i ,- thereof, In Plat
Book II. .t page '. of thi Public
of Im.i. fount? Ploi -
l,l;li also di -. d ai > W
ItS Terra. Miami, I I irl
Y.-n .... ii- rebj quired to fl
original answer or othei pli
I'lnlntiffs fomplaini with ti"1 Clerk
of the Circuit Court and serve a cop)
of same on Piaintifi- sttorney, iii-.n-
RY M CAIN "-" **'< Piagler
street. Miami, Mori.I;., on nr before
the 3rd daj of Januai) II '. othi
W|ge the allegations of -aid I'om
pUlnl will be taken a- confessed b)
"jDATEP -it Miami, l>ade County,
ptorida, this JOth da) ol November,
| It I.EATIII'.ltM \N
Clerk. Circuit ''""".,.. .
B) JVM W 8TOCKINO,
Devut) Clerk
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney f..r Plaintiff
1330 W Klagler Ht.. Miami, riorili
l2/2-*-l*-n___________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UlVfcr- i"-'t
the undeihigned. desiring to engage in
bualnes- under the n litlous nai
PROVIDENT >NSTRrCTiON. a
division of PR(VUEST HOMI IV
PROVEMENT CO., mi. n.l to reglsiei
aaid n..m.- WiUl Ihe Clerk of the < lr-
cult Cowl "i Hade C .uul -'''
PROVIDENT HOME
IMPRi >\ EMENT in
WILLIAM BRBTA.N I io-
HERMAN HRETAN
Attnrnev for Applicant
71 \v,st Plagler st
12/-'.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE S*^^,!,!
,,,.. und..s,Kne.l./.-l.lna o-
bualneas under the fi.
P^yV^N^'lffif'.
g2ET^-.
Hti'YII 'EN H"MI-
IMPROVEMEN r i II
\\ ll i.l \M BRETA.N '
11 Kit M VN HRETAN
Attorney rm ...ii.ant
:i w. it l -"
-
Tnorcho:nceEryunt^.^.
UT M \RKEi:
LEGAL NOTICE
CHAN^^^^-.SrOR'lOA^S
^^HAWKMWORTH^K*!
' HAWKE8WORTH t. ,
Residence unknown
rOU AM F.? d,vorce
tha g lii ', ,lu:,:l;:':v NOTIPIED
"- hrebj ..r, o,i" 2S ;'n" "
i....yv:;'..;.:::.,'. ,v,-:i'" "-:
l.'f.a. he .,,":,,' r',"i '.....' O.
If von fill i 'nnuary. I5
fin.I win ludgmeni b) de
'"The Jewish Plorldlan
;-NK AND ORDERED nt Miami
,-".'"1-1' """ -'.....a) ... December
E. B LEATHERMAN,
1 lerk Clr. nil .-.. -
B) JOAN .'. .1 l:\. iYrr
,...,,,...... Deput) .
i.EORQE \ ., BRIEN
Plaintiff
" "" de I.....n Bo levard
i oral (iabli hlorida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
ii. undersigned, desiring ... engage in
undei the fl. titiou name of
PRIDE OK DADE COUNTY EGOS at
' Bog in. Perrlni. Fla., intends
'" ",';l name with the Clei k
I the Circuit Court ... Dad. County,
Florida
FOUNDATION INVESTMENT
I ""MI'A NY. INC.
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Page 15 A
Pythian Sisters Elect Officers
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 185259
ELLEN S. BCOTT, Plaintiff,
CHARLES R SCOTT, Jit Defi ndanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T< CHARLES R SCOTT, .lit.
Savannah Street, S.E.
Washington, I. '
Yol" ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
lervi opy ..f youi to the1
. 'omplalnt for Dlvoroi i lied hei eln on
I i.i in..... COI i:mi. iN a
l INK ii Ro id, Ml.....i I- ii Ii,
i Iglnal In the
uf the Clerk ... the abovi Courl
s the 6th da) of January,
..lit i'l i.....I-

Dati .1 this -""' "I S I9"'5.
i: B l.K VTHERM \N.
Clerk ol Cin ull Ci
n.\\ (Ol'RNOYER,
ill Court Deput)
' < .:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 185065
MIT/.l M. SEIDES, Plaintiff,
\ S.
jERi 'ME SEIDES, Hefi ndanl
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
T. JERi 'ME SEIDES
!' .1 aha) Road
Monse). New Yoi k .....,,.,,.,,
Y.ir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Complaint for Divorce has &e< n
filed againal you, and you are hereo)
required to serve I.....>> of your
Vnswei to the ComplaJnl for Wvorce
., Plalntifl \" "."' '^
original Angwei In th. Offl. ol the
Plerk "f "' Hrculi Court, on or be-
fore the Kh da) ol December. 1.
otherwise the allegations ol said om-
plain) will b.- taken as cqi
^nsud'uSi Htb day of N.....mber.
1V" e B i.i:atiii:i:man.
Ctork of the ch.uit Courl
Bj w M W STOCKIstq
Deputy i "lei k
SOMMRR FRANK -\
WE8TON. E8Q8
Attorneji for I'lain.iff
i ,,. Lincoln Road I'.i.iiilinc
Miami Beach, Florida
11/13 i- irt__________;________-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
,.,;. undersigned, desiring to eiwage In
L.|n?ss under theJ'ctltious name ol
TAtT-TEE STEAKS, l Ml Ifcw.
-,,a \v int.-n.ls to reglst.
,-'1;1, V,.; ..,- Clerk ofih*ClreM
""' %%oTlouih
KEPSLER .v GARS
Attorney" for Applicant
|--i w Placlel. SI
IS 2--'________________-
Esther Ackerman has been elect-
ed most excellent chief of Gables
Temple 11, Pythian Sisters.
Others named for the 1956 term
include Amy Dansky, excellent sen-
ior. Ruth Zonn. excellent junior;
Ruth Blustein, manager; Sally Halb-
stein, treasurer.
Mitzi Lerner, secretarj'; Sylvia
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. NAME LAW
M'll.-K IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ini indersigned, desiring ... engaca In
'"','.':,M\,i;,p:,.!ei;.,^:,"i""~.....S o"
.iim.nia VPARTMENT8 at 1218 Sal
*''; Stre., ,,,,, ,;,,M,.S. !.,,:';
"wistei said name with the Clerk of
i Court ..f Mad- county.
ERNEST W. BENNETT
D.B.A. BENNETT REA1 TV
COMPANY (No In." I
AtSXSFt l',,ll;Z- *ttoVneT-at.L*w
rney .... Applli
Street. Miami
I'l...ii.. 9-1
12 18-23-30 l |
Lynn, protector; Mollie Stoller,
guard; Judith Blitt, pianist; and
Marge Berkey, past chief.
Installation of officers will take
Place Jan. 3, with Helen D. Cohen
as installing officer.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v NAME LAW
MM. I, is HEREBY GIVEN that
ring t.. engage in
MADEIRA APARTMENTS at 40-42-
14 Madeira Avenue, Coral Gables, In-
tends to register said na..... with the
cierg ..r the circuit Courl ..t i....i.
' ounty, Florida
ERNEST W. BENNETT.
D.B.A BENNETT REALTY
_., COMPANY (Nol In. i
BARNETT PELTZ. Attorney-at-Law
Attorney f.n Applicant
IT:::. S.W. m|, Street. Miami
I'l...in- 9-13S6
12/18-23-30 l I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
under th.- fictitious name of
SALAMANCA APARTMENT8. at M0
Salamanca Avenue. Coral Gables, in-
tends t.- register said name with the
rcull '..nit of I lade
County, Florida.
ERNEST W. BENNETT,
l. i: a BENNETT REALTY
COMPANY iNol Inc.)
BARNETT PELTZ, Attorney-at-Law
At t- in.-, for Applicant
- W v|, Street. Miami
Phone 9-13
12 16-23-30 l .:
Piano Students to Play
At Recital on Sunday
Miss Estelle Pappas will pre-
sent students at a piano recital
on Sunday, Dec. 18, at the Shore-
mede hotel.
To be heard are Karen Swartz,
Steven Shapiro, Lynn Frohman,
Michael Cowan, Phillip Frieden,
Susan Portner. Carole Kane, Jeff-
rey Avick. Kenny Fischer, Arlene
Silver. Mark Wickman. Linda Kas-
sel, Joan Thaler, Joey Stromberg,
Linda Adelman, Sandra LoU and
Joey Solve.
Post Office Urges Early
Mailing in Holiday Season
With the arrival of the holiday
season, the Post Office of Miami
this week urged housewives to com-
plete their shopping for gifts to be
sent throughout the country to in-
sure the fact that delays will be at
a minimum in the mail.
N0T.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF I AW
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NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, di ring ngage In
business under th. nai.....I
ALLAN 8 BAR. at 700 B.W. 27th Ava-
il i. rhti :,.i- to registi
with the Clei k of the Circuit P
... County, Florida
i '.AN POWERS
KESSLER & OAR8
...,:
I7 W hlagle- St.
J__________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
nuaim the fi.-tii loui
STAPLES (not incorporated), at 116
B u -.! w- n le, Miami, Florida, In-
tend* t.. regiatet said name with the
... the Circuit Court >.r Dadk
County, Florida.
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MAX P BNQEL
Attorne) for b'taples
12 18-23-30 1/1_____________________
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NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious num.- ol
.1 a. M PAINTING CO.. al IS N.E.
Kist Tarrace, North Miami Beach,
Intend t" i glstei said name with the
ri.rk ... the Circuit Courl of Dane
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II 18-23-30 1/8________
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An aerial bon voyage" was tendered Mrs. Abbey
Lane by friends ove* the weekend in the Aiei7r!
hotel lovely Scheherazade room. g ers
The event took place prior to her flying to Rom*
to join her famous daughter. Abbey Lene. i case
the identical names are confusing, daughter Abbey
is now known to millions as Mrs. Xavier Cugat
\ giant cake, capped by. a transatlantic constellation was the
ater of attraction as "good flying" was wished Mrs. 'Lane bv
D ' Held, Mrs. William Warner. Mrs. Joe Snyder, Mrs. Leonard
-(Mrs. Harry Baruch and Mrs. Michael Fields. .
Abbey told friends she hoped to reach Italy in time to helo
to. Cufat celebrate her 23rd birthday. H
Distinguished. New York attorney Louis Shapiro's hobby is
staurants He owns parts of about thirty throughout the nation
icluding a fair share of Miami Beach's Park Avenue.
Well, friends spotted Lou on a brief sojourn here last week
ming at the Park Avenue before returning to Gotham Town and
jiness there. Lou expects to be back in January.
There wore attractions galore at the Opera Guilds Fan Ball
(Saturday evening in Leone's. The "extra" was a birthday cele-
Btion for Six Opera Guild members. .
Heading the list of notables who charmingly grew one >ear
|fr was handsome Carl Welnkle, co-chairman of the ball Taking
irs for happy birthdays" with Carl were Mrs. August Geiaer
Philip Head, Mrs, William Stubblefield, David R. Hochberg
Bd Mrs. Louise Osius. .
Mrs. Stubblefield, incidentally, also co-chairman of the top
Kial event, was responsible for the lovely souvenir gold fans
jven each lady present. Mrs. Stubblefield brought them back
m her trip to the Far East.
>>>>>c<
Mrs. Leonard Abess and her mother, Mrs. Arthur Ungar, left
any Miami early last week for frost-bitten Cleveland.
Purpose of their Ohio flight was the illness of a relative. Mrs
and Mrs. Ungar were expected back along about Thursday!
>>>
Mrs. David Rodin modeled a lovely $300 dress at a dinner
Saturday evening in the Algiers hotel. .
Mrs. Rodin was presented the dress at a recent Bay Harbour
ds club party. The event included a fashion show by Irene
% who donated the dress at the previous party. Co-chairmen
I Saturday function were Mrs. L. B. Silverman and Mrs. C. J.
iHnvaux.
Goings and Comings Dep'L: Mae and Bart Ruddy active social-
tin this area, opened their Alton rd. winter home last week
Down from snowy Wisconsin for a few weeks, and on their
it trip to Miami, are the Harry Aliens, of Kenosha, Hostess will
(Mrs. Louis G. Herbert, of 4447 SW 15th st. .
While Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, of Duncraggan Inn. Henderson-
k, N.C.. and Miami Beach, left these parts Wednesday for an
tnded three-month vacation. .
Blanche and Sid, who will tour California and Mexico, expect
i be back here sometime in March.
Mrs. I. Daniel Shorell is really lonely these days Husband Dr.
-II left Friday for New York, where he took a plane for Lisbon,
ugal ..
While there, Dr. Dan will perform surgery on Madame
cu. Meanwhile, Mrs. Shorell holds down the lonely fort at
wr lovely Rivo Alto island home. Son Devid Goodwin was re-
ly inducted into the Army, and daughter-in-law Ann is in
Tham, R.C., with her family.
More About Traveling: Visiting Florida's west coast for the
t time were Mr. and Mrs. Bon Silver, of 505 Fairway dr____
The Silvers, friends report, were guests at the Beach Club
l m Naples. Ben is a buyer for Food Fair Stores. .
while Rabbi Louis Cassel, dean of Oxford School, combined
uness with pleasure on a visit to Cuba last week. Order of the
| was seeing places of interest and interviewing applicants for
uord.
>' "> >
Mrs. Mitchell Wo If son made her first formal club appearance
^ season at last Friday's third musical preview of the Symphony
Mrs. Wolfson is president of the unique organization which
"PP"" of the UM Symphony Orchestra and offers its mem-
"isignt into music, noted instrumentalists and conductors at
e Previews held in Miami Woman's club. .
Among active club women who attended the affair with Mrs.
LTuere Mr$- io%*pH D"**. *' **" s*1'*' Mr- D*ni*1
". Mrs. P.ui Bromberg and Mrs. Robert Stressburg.
, dwr Hyrnann and brother Walter Heymann, president and
_ President, respectively, of the Exchange National Bank in
w. arrive in Miami Friday for a weeks sojourn. .
JJ and Walter will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Sax in
*anda room of their Saxony hotel Dec. 22 Rhoda and
care Planning a preview of the "progressive jazz" planned
^awriy this winter.
p.
if'it\k"d White' enh*"ced by candles and blossoms, were the
'he afternoon tea last week in the LaGorce dr. home of
Mi,
u"e I. Edelman. .
** William Blumenthal and Mrs. Howard Engle were at the
" Pouring for 90 ladies.
D ><
'.' **** Melvln Chuker will spend the holidays in Phoenix.
t,\Ik a """sewarmint of the most modern ranch-type
ln that state.
EftS* 'nd *" **" MorowiU. of cold Gotham Town.
. "VM to spend the winter in their Byron ave residence.
LT" turf fan, and friends expect to see him at the races
tile **'
to\,sr!*dm*n Wt Sunday for her old home town. Mobile.
m oaby brother" Jay Relss .
Pcts to be back in her Brickell ave. apartment about
Kit.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
Friday, December 16, 1955
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1325 Sorolla ave.,
Coral Gables, display plaque honoring their
"meritorious service to the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America." Plaque was presented to
the Simons by Dr. Morris Goodman, Miami
Zionist leader, at a Southeast region ZOA
dinner Sunday evening in the Fontainebleau
hotel. Principal speaker was U.S. Sen. Alex-
ander Wiley.
Socidl]Opens Council Winter Season
National Council of Jewish Women's dinner dance
at the Latin Quarter Wednesday, Dec. 21, will open
the winter social season, as in years past, with a
brilliant assemblage of local society, according to
Mrs. .lean C. Lehman, Greater Miami Section presi-
dent.
Holding table reservations are Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. Mayor and Mrs. Shepard Broad, Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel Gcrtman. Mr. and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman.
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Mathes. Mr. and Mrs. Saul L.
Pohn, Mr. and Mrs Sidney Schwartz, Dr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel Levin. Mr and Mrs. Sam Blank. Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Kanner.
Also Mr and Mrs Donald Rubin. Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Pritikin. Dr. and Mrs. Alex Bobbins. Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Burk. Mr. and Mrs.
David Pollack.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr, Dr. and Mrs. Harold
Rand, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Somerstein, Mr. and Mrs. Max Dreyer, Mrs.
Sarah Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Leschel, Dr.
and Mrs. Rubin Rochkind, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Triester, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zeeman, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Fruchtman.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Egert. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Burke, Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel Kohlenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roden-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Margulis, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Ratner. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Grove.
Dress is optional at this affair, of w. ic'.i Mrs.
Sidney Schwart is chairman for the Council of
Jewish women. She says that Jean Carroll, famous
comedienne of TV and frequent guest on Milton
Berle and Ed Sullivan shows, will headline the bill.
This is the pre-opening of the Latin Quarter, and
Continued on Page 4 B
Ladies' Rescue Fund Will Benefit
Mrs. itee C. leamo"
Pioneer Women's child rescue
fund will benefit from the kosher
dinner that Golda Myerson club
will hold at the Israelite Center
Sunday evening, Dec. 18, with
Pearl Krieger as chairman.
Rabi Morton Malavsky, spiritual
leader of the Center, will be guest
speaker. He will be introduced by
Mrs. Lena Pushkin, chairman of
the Council of Pioneer Women,
who will act as chairman for the
evening.
Guest artist is Francis Parker,
who will sing in Yiddish and He-
brew. She will be accompanied by
well-known pianist Anyuta Meli-
cov.
Guests will receive greetings
from Golda Myerson club presi-
dent Mrs. Sonia Robbins. Lighting
of Chanuka candles will be by Mrs.
Bryna Puchkoff. Mrs. Ethel Shore
will give the invocation.

Golda Myerson club announces
that they are accepting good used
clothing for shipment to Israel.
Collection station is at 1251 SW
22nd st., Miami. In charge is Mrs.
Oscar Zeltzer, chairman of Israel
supplies.
*
When Club I of Pioneer Women
holds its testimonial dinner for
past president Mrs. Sophie Krantz
Dec. 18, at the Royal Hungarian
restaurant, Miami Beach, another
past president, Mrs. Celia Becker-
man, will sing folk songs.
Guest speaker at the occasion
is Mrs. Clara Leff national vice
president of Pioneer Women.


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POTAJOtS K>*M 1HI BASE OF THIS DiLKACY
Chanuka Festival is Nearly Ended;
Soofganyot' Will Still be Welcome
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Iyers Keep?;a:*fls,t.
moderate oVnJZyl^
served sObn aftr [I** to !
with cream cheiZ ^ Bg
measuring-eupful at a time and 1st moderate heat on gM or e^c- M- ,6lu **
squeeir the liquid from the gtitedjtrlc stove Fry pancakes Mil hHw.L.rry sauce PPteUutt-
1 on bottom beore iurnhng to brown ,.,' Pure*d 'P^fou
prunes, or any desired l
on the other aide to insure crisp.'tlon of these favorit
brown
By LEAH LEONARD
Jews the world over are still
Celebrating the glorious holiday
k oi ( hanuka. It continues to
be the Feast of Light and Hope and
Commemoration, thanks to the
brave fight for religious liberty
tought by the Maccabees in the
ycai 165 before the common era
Many beautiful customs have be-
come associated with this Festival
(living of Chanuka gifts, placing a
small gift at the plate of each
member of the family and their
. nests, ich of the eight nights, has
found much favor in recent years.
especially with the children.
Giving a Chanuka latke party
lor the children and their friends.
with draidel games and prizes, plac
in^' I he lighted Menorah on or near
a window that "their lights be for
Others"- these are other Chanuka
specialties
While grated potato pancakes
.iic customary in our countrv in
Israel the favorite "goodies' in-
clude specially made jam or jelly-
ullecl little doughnuts called Soof-
ganyot. Here s how to make both
SOOFGANYOT
'srarl favorite Chanuka Specialty)
all-l
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Hoi ..'.'... nil for
frying
Ml' together flour, baking pow
' i i_ar salt and apk three
I noes Cembine -liuhtly beaten
cooled melted shorteninj; or
oil and the liquid used, stirring till
ihe mixture i- smooth Stir in the
i dr> ingredients to form a
dough that is soft but firm enough
rm into balls the size of wal-
mrts or crabapples Heat shorten
iag or oil about 2 inches deep in a
* ep trying pan. or deep fr\er with
ire basket for best results Begin
to tuck into each of the little balls
of dough whatever filling you pre-
fer, or make several kinds of fill-
ings as suggested below.
When fat is hot enough to brown
a half-inch cube of dry bread in 25
seconds, drop in some of the filled
hall- and cook over moderate heat
for 4 to 3 minutes or till nicely
potato. Return the squeezed potato
to the moxing bowl after disposing
of liquid (Potato water may be
used for thickening soups or
gravies, or in any yeast dough mix-
tures i. Add grated onion if uied
and mix well. Add eggs one at a
time, mixing after each addition.
Sift together flour and salt and
stir in to form a batter thick
enough to hold its shape when
dropped from a tablespoon or mix-
ing spoon into hot melted shorten-
ing or oil Lemon juice should be
added if the batter is prepared a
few hours in advance of frying the
pancakes The acid helps keep pan
browned on all sides Do not crowd (.^p hatter light in color.
them' Lift out frying basket to
drain well or lift out each with a
large perforated or slotted spoon.
Drain on paper towels while the
next installment is frying When
drained of excess fat. place the
Soofganyot on a large platter
dusted with confectioners' sugar.
Or dust with confectioners- sugar
when ready to serve. May be kept
warm in the oven Yields 36 to 40
depending on size
Fillingi
Mo l a aookad, oYalMd i i
pruni i"i i.i'Ik- holla
So ITi#rrj oc red rmapbarr:

\ Chopped flaw, ii.'.v prune*.
ltd nut*
il/ chopped nut* and
moiateneil irlUi ft
Be sure to tuck the filling into
the heart of each then roll in the
palm of the hand before dropping
into hot shortening.
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g/lbout K/four Special ^X
Page 3 to
Lsr/ri/rt HiAvr mate fo* ring moid
Cold Weather Demands Food Change;
By REGINA FRISCHWASSER
'avorites
weather demands a
lhe in food for the family.
Th0Bel'tsnaiM.i(!lyturnto.stick:to-
Kl ideas and there's nothing
ItStcr than the following "kugel
Steamed Carrot Rinfl
rur re etable shortening
1 cup sugar
l'/i cups grated raw carrot, tightly
packed
1 CUP grated uncooked potato
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
Vt teaspoon each cinnamon and
allspice
AMS

l cup. seediest ral
': cu," ''"'"i""1 nuts or candied
mill 11<( i
sUrT'"'' *nd
:' rd carrot a.....nrtato
and chopped nut! or fruit* should
be Burred before adding. Turn
he mixture int., a well greased 9-
jnch ring mold, filling about ,,
Covar tightly. Sel this on a trivet
'ml flat clothespins and add
water hall way up sides of ring m
a targer, well covered pol steam
about 2 hours over moderate heat
If the ring mold does not have its
awn cover, adjust a heaw plate
over top and place wciht (small
bowl) on top to keep the
cover on tight during the -teaming
U you h ,,.SNl|rp
cooker, n can be used to advantage
following the Instructions for youi
particular kind of cooker, inmoh
on a heated serving plate and fill
the center with hoi orange or
lemon sauce made as follov
l tablespoon corastarch
! cup sugar
Grated rind of orange and
lemon
? tablespoons il lemon and
orange juice
1 cup water or rruit juice and
water
2 tablespoons le horten-
ing
A few grains of salt
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Pag* 4B
TOP COMMUNITY LEADERS ALREADY ON RESERVATION LISTINGS
Latin Quarter Social Will Open National Council Season
Continued from Pago 1 B
which Lou Walters announces that in addition to
the magnificent extravaganza, "a succulent beef
steak dinner will be served."
For those who plan to attend this affair unescort-
ed, special seating arrangements are being handled
by Mrs. Helen Goldsmith. Other table locations arc
being assigned in the order in which reservations
are being received, say Mrs. Mathes and Mrs
Leschel, in charge of this phase of the arrani-emontv
Mrs. Seymour Somerstein and Mrs. Pohn, in
Beth David Women
Will Stress Books
On Wednesday
"Jewish Living Through .!>
ling" Mi he the then
mi eting ol Sisterheo
D;i\ id i Wt esday
n, Dec, 21.
\ i.....k fair (thlhll will h
sel ii[) bj Mr- Uu S
hunk chairman
Invocation will be delivered bj
Mr- Pei iti Si heinberg Stu
ol Beth David religious school will
an original skit, "Mj B
i. Ba :k to Me "
will be Wai
: n Feller, Roi d J
.-on. Ronnie Mark, Michael H
R >Im rta Rabinowitz, Linda
Schwartzman and Jeanne Laurie
Weinkle,
Adult role will ho portrayed bj
Bernard Ajh
Highlight of the program will !><
a book revie* bj Louis Schwartz-
man, i xecutivc director ot the
lewish Education here
He will review "Solomon and the
n ol Sheba," b) ( n azi Or
if.
Sisterhood will sponsor coffee
eding the meeting.
charge of reservations, announce that there are
still some few tables not filled, and requests for
reservations will be accepted until they arc com-
pleted.
Dinner will be served t 7 p.sn.. announces'Mr
A. Bonardi. Latin Quarters maitre dlinter.
All funds raised through the annual dinner dance.
HQ Mn Lehman, will be used to support Council's
many and varied programs Ol service to the com-
iminilv and the world.
' catering
perfection
Talking over the approach of "the season" in Miami Beach
during a late meal at Pumpernik's 67th are (left to right) Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Frankel and Mr. and Mrs. Isador Gluckman,
of Atlas Sign Co. The couples later visited Pumpernik's
Pantry, now open adjacent to the home of the pumpernickel
bagel.
Returns from Chicago
Mr-. H- n Zion G i i

just ret, I
. the
aunt and um
Mr
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Beth Israel Sisterhood
Has Heavy Schedule
Mrs M MagtT, program chair-
man, t hi watjk announced that
Beth Israel Bister fa oo d held
a monthly meeting in the lorm of
a Chanuka SOCial Wednesday, Dec.
14. at the home <>i Mr- I) Anuel.
4160 Alton rd
Mr- I Friedman, president of
the Sisterhood. Wednesday said
that Sisterhood iponaored an
t <>n Saturday. Dec
10 Also sponsored '>> Sisterhood
was the annual Chanuka lunch-
In-:. I at the synagogue
Sund for students ol the
Hebrew school Mesdamea T Sato-
and S Wolfe ware appointed
the comi ttee for this af-
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f S%vilv*t>
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b, Simonhoff Heads Women's Division Second Year
.......i Simonhoff. local ------- wuu i VUI
Page 5 B
mufl Simonhoff, loeil
l > widw. was Wednesday named
J..n for the second conaecu-
"^Sr of th
rish APPI
Wome'g .*>*.
fTnnoimonH'nt of the appoint-
Ta< made by Mr*. Irvin*
frman. I"v,-,on president.
"Under Mr
Sirrionhffs diree-
Division last
the Womens
rtr cp. an all time record in the
"*," drivc Women volunteers
Ed nearlv %l60.000. 13 per cent
[the total funds gathered in the
(Esimonhoffs appointment to
L post ol chairman climaxes
fc/years of service in the CIA
ivfs'ar! with the Greater Miami
ri>h Federation. She is a mem-
o( (he board <>f governors and
1()w:'!i the hudget committee.
ha. diroi ted many events for
.... Division since the
. ,.t Federation and was
cha,j'..,, ,i 'Luncheon l"n-
irted." it" ^"men's Division ex-
Hganza which attracted nearly
persons,
for throe years, Mrs. Simonhofl
ppresidenl ol Hadassah, Greater
chapter, and also held the
Htion at parliamentarian of the
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff
also been vice president of Mt.
Sinai Auxiliary. She is a member
of Temple Israel and other social
frPIUSgiving wi" make the dif-
ference ,n 1B56." said the new
wZZn anddreSSing a WhSng^
weeT6n.SThDJV,s,on le.dera thi.
week. The crisis in Israel in all
its- historic significance has been
brought home us by Mrs^nn
' women 7enS Wh rePresented the
'women of our community on her
! "This year, more than ever be-
fore, the Women's Division must
he prepared to make additional sac-
rifices in time and energy M welj
u Increased giving in order to
rtwnjthen Israel's economy" she
stated.
Mrs. Simonhoff further emphas-
ized the major role being assumed
ttj til- women in Greater Miami in
the mattei ol personal responsibili-
ty towards Jewish iffairs. She
urged "wholehearted and selfless
devotion" to the Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign scheduled to
open officially on Jan. 29. and a
KIl ,ji r.....---------------------- --------- -------------- _._... _
-jh regional board. She has I and cultural groups.
'level of generosity over and above Hr); "^^^^^issIssIsIsbsbI
the division achievements of last, "eaain9 activities of the Chanuka concert by students of
year." The second campaign plan le.mP Zion last week were Rabbi Alfred Waxman (center).
Ding meeting of the Women's Divi- spiritual leader, and Miss Dorthea Dubler and Miss Josephine
Send, kindergarten directors.
sion will be held at the home of
Mrs. Simonhoff Tuesday. Dec. 20.
Niie for the Aged Women's Auxiliary Will Hold Party
lAnnual Chanuka party will again be celebrated at
ugla< Gardens, Jewish Home for the Aged. S-in-
t afternoon. I>ec. 18.
Mtabbi Tib) r Stern, spiritual leader of Congregation
nh Jacob, will speak to residents. Cantor Mauric
inehev also of Congregation Beth Jacob, will sing
ig< specially dedicated to the happy festival so-
t Mrs. Frances Berliner, accordianist and singer,
I present a group of folk and Israeli songs.
(Mrs. .^!o^e^ Krieger, winner of Dade county cour-
nward and named "Lady of Grace and Charm"
Hher with her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Fink, who
atly returned from a trip to Europe and Israel.
are co-hosting the party, assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
S. B. Schlesinger, who are celebrating their 48th
wedding anniversary.
Chanuka gifts will be distributed to all residents
Refreshments will be served.
Mrs. I.ouis Makovsky. program chairman, has on
her social committee the Mesdames Isidor Cohen,
founder of the home. Max Greenberg. Tobias Suss-
man. Morris Kriegel, Philip Markel. Hannah Cohen,
Charles Greenberg. Edward M. Deehl, Harry Smolin.
Nathan Nash, Jack Entine and Milton Morris.
All parties at Douglas Gardens are sponsored by
the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home
for the Aged.
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THE TOWN RESTAURANT
BREAKFAST
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153 N.E. 1st Street
LUNCHEON DINNER
Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Phone FR 4-4733
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To All Our Patrons and Acquaintances
CHANUKA GREETINGS
CRAWFORD and NAFTAl
Sunoco
Service
400 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 3-1349
lutun, board member of Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
presents Mr. and Mr*. Philip Brand with a Testimonial
WU in appreciation ol their contribution to Tifereth Israel's
nilding hind. Looking on is Mrs. Albert Glantz. Presentation
ft* made at a recent Center function here.
ON
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Kporully supervised by
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nv.tnom if t-tr
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The
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ON THE OCEAN AT I2fh STREET
anno-iicino the
REOPENING
of our
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DIKING ROOM
Friday, December 16th
Open to the Public
OPENING SPECIAL:
The TIDES well-known 7 Coune
Dinner inclvomq Sacramental
Wine ONLY
$2.95
FOR RESERVATIONS
Phone JE 1-6701
Owners. CrentWi & Newmork J
MIAMI BEACH
IT'S
Lillian Durrani's
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FLORAL FASHI0NIST
F.'owers By Direct Wire
Tic! JE 8-7221
423 41it STREET
MIAMI BEACH
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Adjacent to
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THE SOUTHS FINEST BAKE SHOP AND DELICATESSEN
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Ph. 816-9419
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"Security for Israel" is the theme of the Tag
Day campaign of the Jewish National Fund
Council to be held on Miami Beach Satur-
day night and Sunday. Some 150 repre-
sentatives of Zionist groups here will take
part in the campaign. Co-chairmen are
Daniel M. Broad, president of the JNF Coun-
cil, and Mrs. Jack Davis, recording secreta-
ry. Mrs. Miriam Press of JNF executive
board, and Milton Miller, Council vice presi-
dent, will assist. Workers committee in-
cludes the following: Front row (left to right)
Minnie Wainer, Gertrude Baunkraut, Rose
Marcus, Lena Mintzes, Beulah Davis, Sadie
Rosch, Ida Bokspan, and Fanny Frown. Rear
row are Erny Sugarman, Esther Garber, Eva
Brown, Pearl Gratz. Sophie Krantz. Rose
deYong, Sophie Seeman and Vivian Rosen-
thai.
Ladies in Final
Plans for Dec. 21
Fete on Beach
Mrs Sidnej M Schwartz, Nation-
al i of Jeni-h Women'i Sec-
tion for the annual dinner danca t<>
.ii the Latin Quarto
Wednesday, Dec l*i entertained
bers of her committee ;it
luncheon at her home, 101 Weal
Rivo Alto bland, It noon on Mmi
daj
I oordinatimj pi. n- with her was
< vice president Mrs.
>. m id Gertman Miami and Miami
Becfa Division chairmen Mr- Ikr
u in! Leschal and Mr- llaabait
Mathes reported that unusually
If sale of tickets for the
event ha- already taken place
Table arrangement- chairmen
Mrs Saul Coha and Mr- Seymour
Somerstein stated that there were
still -ime choice table locations
left, and announced that they
would allocate them in the order in
which reservation! will be received
Beth Tfilah Women Pick Mrs. Silberman
Mr- Anna Silberman. former
vice president of Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Tfilah. has
i (i ii elected president of the wom-
en's organization
Other officers named ;it an elec
tion meeting ol Sisterhood this
weak include the Mesdamea Dora
< ohan, Fried.. Peldman, Rom
Schneider, Rose Kaplan, Sadie
Kramer and Vetta Tra-k. vice pres-
idents. Bessie Jacobson, treasur-
er Rachel Kat/. ffrtfttinl treasur-
er; Esther Rackovajqr, chaplain.
flat Luatlg, social secretary; and
Boat Rudy, recording and finan-
1 cial secret an-.
Mrs Silberman has served the
Beth Tfilah Sisterhood in some of-
ficial capacity for the past eight
j ears
Installation luncheon of officers
will be at the Strath Haven hotel
i'ii Mondaj noon. Dec. 19.
NEW TIME FOR
; YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR
* Naaatir'a Viddiah Classical Hour
, ill bs heard every Sunday from
1
12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
Two New Feature,
"THEATRE NEWS"
Featuring Simon Wolff
FROM A WOMAN TO A
WOMAN"
Featuring Shuihana Spector
STATION WWPB
1450 on Tour Dial
"Jewish Forum
On The Air"
Evtry Sunday-10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Station: WMIE (1140 M dial)
1Vifc Verieni f Ht.rn
NOW "A HlKITACl Of MUSIC"
by lav. Sheldon Edwards
rWrcad m. Oiractad by
SIMON SEIDIN
503 S.W. 17* At. Pa. I2-54M
Holiday Greetings To Our
Many Jewish Friends and
Patrona .
LARRY MARKS
1C0.
120 N.W. 2nd Street
SAVI rOI TOMORROW
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RANK of MIAMI BEACH
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TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA
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Rrirrnhingiy yours .
StrltC* fee Cream
PHONE HJ 8-6555
TO ALL .
A MOST
HAPPY
CHANUKA.
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217 N.E. 97th STREET
Phone PL 8-5852
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Playlet, 'White tlephont'
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An original playlet) "The '
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by Mrs. Robert Shaonick, was pre-
en ted by Beth Kmeih Sunday
Sehool students at a meeting of
he Sisterhood on Wednesday.
Mrs. (;. Rubin, assisted by Mrs.
\1 Cann and Mrs. P. Silverman.
MM in charge of a white elephant
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December 16, 1955
Schedule
ISshop Tuesday
i B'ri'l' VV'omen of Miami
Erf Tuesday morning it Hil-
on the In p.
ork-l>"i' "" democracy will
bl diaeraninu-
n in the public
Lh am! religious instruction in
public schi
Lgoints will be Mrs. Max
"ian. Mrs. Nathan Ostrowsky
Hn Stephanie Klein. Mrs.
|v ciazcr and Miss Priscilla
nfeld will serve as commenta-
and moderators
(elcoming women will be Dr.
,1(1 Michaelson, director of Hil-
House.
Irs. Esther Speigelman and
M. Lazarus are in charge of
entire function.
li B'rith Women
iedule Functions
t\ B'rith Women's Council of
(h Florida met Thursday at the
en hotel.

nma Lazarus chapter met Tuei-
evening. Dec. 13, at Hillel
. od the University of Miami
Joint program with Sho-
'lodge featured entertainment
Ibr.'Donald Michaelson.
*
hami Beach chapter held a
U) M e n o r a h card game at
Empress hotel on Wednesday
on. Dec 14.

lest seller. Marjorie Morning-
\* by Herman Wouk, was re-
lied by Mrs B. Wcinstein at
unch in the Rascal House on
lesday, Dec 14. North Dade
hi sponsored the event. Mrs.
Il Brand! i- president.
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AND ASSOCIATES LAND SURVEYORS
4841 N.W. 2nd Avenuo
PHONE 89-1646
Miami
Mrs. Sarah Tabnik and Mr and Mr e,
New York City, shown dinina ? th? mn S,e9eI' aI1 of
hotel. Y mg at ,he rePenmg of the Sterling
Beth David 'Young Marrieds'
Hold Social Event Sunday
Sunday. Dec. 18. La the date of
the first social event of the season
for the Beth David Young Mar-
neds group.
The Colony restaurant will be
the site of the Sunday evening af-
fair which will feature a hillbilly
theme and native Dogpatch attire.
TV star Happy Harold and his
Old Mountain Dew Boys will pro-
vide the entertainment, along with
other feature events.
In charge of reservations are
Ada Rappaport, Roz Gould and
Louise Kaplan.
Torah Hadassah
Has Theater Party
Torah group of Hadassah will
sponsor a theater party on Jan. 4.
The play, "Waiting for Godot," co-
starring Bert Lahr and Tom Ewell.
will have its premier showing at
the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
The opening here will be prior to
the play's initial performance on
Broadway.
Mrs. Max L. Shapiro is chairman
of the affair.
Gables Ladies, PTA
Hear Mrs. Liebman
Combined Sisterhood and PTA
meeting of the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center will be held Wednes-
day evening, Dec. 21. at the Center
Guest speaker
of the evening
will be Mrs. Mal-
vina Weiss Lieb-
man, director of
elementary edu-
cation of Dade
county. Topic of
Mrs. Liebman \s
talks will be
"Moral Educa-
tion and the Pub-
lic School."
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-
M'ns Shaloma Shawmut
Min liaint Taylor
Miss Natalie tosensoit
Shaloma Shawmut's Fiance, Howard Lessncr, is intern
Mr and Mrs Joseph L Shawmut, E Lessner, son ol Mr ind Mrs
90th -i Surl
announced Ihe engagement ol then tide formerlj ol Merion, Pi
daughter, Shaloma, t<> Dr Howard Miss Shawmut i> a native Bos-
Fiance is Wharton School Senior
Elaine Taylor will be bride ol
Eliot Mason Daniels some time In
June.
Their engagement la being an-
nounced b) Mr and Mn S, T
r, parents ol the bride eleel
The) live ;il 4856 i'me Tree dr
and are formerly ol I barlotte,
N C
Mr Danit la i^ the ran ol i>r and
Mrs. Benjamin Damcis ol Boston.
The bride-eled attended Dana
Hall Preparatory School and grad-
uated from Miami Beach HiRh
School, she attended University
of Michigan and i- now a junior at
University ol Miami She i* a
member "i Alpha Epcilon Phi
sororit)
Mr. Daniels is a graduate of
Boston Latin School. He is Com-
pleting his senior year at the
U/harton School of Finance and
Commerce of the University of
Pennsylvania.
the hotel
eviLLe
has everything

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toman She is a iiraduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the Hebrew i niversitj ol Jerusa
lent in Israel She will receive her
Bachelor ol Education degree in
secondary and elementary educa-
tion from the University of Miami
in June.
Dr LeaM la I native Philadcl-
phian. served with the Air Force
during World War II lie is a rad-
uate oi the University of Pennsyl-
vania medical school and is now a
resident physician at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital.
Rosensons Reveal
Natalie's Troth
The betrothal of Natalie Rosen-
son and Mars m L. Stein is being
announced by her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel B. Rosenson,
2257 SW 11th st.
The bridegroom-to-be is the son
of Bruno Stein and Mrs. Hortense
Stein, both of Elizabeth. N.J.
Miss Rosenson attended Miami
High School, where she was presi-
dent of Omega Delta Psi Council.
Mr. Stein attended Jefferson
High in Elizabeth and University
of Alabama where he belonged to
Alpha Epsilon Pi. He was gradu-
ated from Rutgers I'nversity and
is now in the Army.
Holiday Donee Sunday
Coral chapter of the American'
Medical Center of Denver will hold
a holiday dance at the Btltmore
Terrace hotel on Sunday evening.
Mrs. Milton Ross and Mrs. Ralph
Gitlin are co-chairmen of the
event.
Square Dance Due Tuesday
Harvey Wein. president of the
Young People's League of Tifereth
Israel Northside Center, this week
announced that the group will be
hosts at a square dance Tuesday
evening. Dec. 20, at the Center.
'"",
Lula Jones
Ffewera Far AN Occasfcas
D I I I V I I T
Cat Flowers
Patted Plant*
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Interiors
Dii!i.,cii,. Famish!.-!*
41 M.E. 125th Street
"ertfc MfcMi, Fie. FV Ft 94240
fyi*Kfr4e& rtfout 7
The lakeside Kendall dr. home of Mr. and Mrs aik.
be the site Sunday of^a holiday social affair for m,.n!i Com*"r
eastern chapter of the National Association ol Chi w*uth J
executive director of Jewish Family Service here 1 Mu*
Florence greet some seventy guests as they taiLr helPt
holiday season. *diner lo celebrate
Helping- pour at the tea and .coffee urns will ho
Mabel Dean, visitintf teachers with the hade Countv R iEv,ni;
Instruction, who arc in charge of refreshments f. k of Poj
for Ihe event is Mrs. Prances Clarke, of Veteran* \,il "8 re'mlia
Flo will be assisted in her duties as hoatew i If^M
of Travelers Aid Society and overall chairman and aT?! 0,Yl
Kamily Service staffer here. Also ,m the reeei,., ? Robw<
Dorothy Alberts, another Travelers Aid staffer e Wl11
HAPPY BIKTHDAY TO A9KS. MYtK NEW WINTIS klSIOtNTS
Polly and Baron de Hlrsch Meyer were hi ... ik-j- <-. tl
home la at a dinner in honor of Barons mother u
Meyer. Some 50 guests turned out at the .-:;. which hnn^V*
on the occasion of her 85th birthday. The i Mrs Ma
party dress of pink and white. Polly'* gown w. ol whitaT,/!!
n>lon tulle. "'1U|'J8H
The Paul Cettinoers have finally settled into their newlv J
winter home at 5840 Pine Tree dr. With lau her
son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mr. Martin A. Gattingar" and
daughter Jill. HouseguertinR it with them for several weekt3
Dr. Herman L. Reis, president of West Side I dJ
Association of New York.
Paul is chairman of the board of West Side and a member oil
law firm of Cettinger and Gettinger, New York Son Martin ui
a member of the firm. .
COCKTAILS AND DINNiK FOt ONE HUNMED SORORITY CAPEtS
Jane and Charles Leeds were hosts at their Bayfront Manor!
Sunday to some 100 guests, who welcomed in the holiday veasoij
Cocktails were the order of the afternoon. Seen exchanging creed
over drinks were Marcella and Jerome Hofmayer with Miriaan
Morton Grant. .
Also helping Jane and her National Airlines captain husband i
in the MM were Muriel and Max Cohen and Ruth and Jamts i
of the men's sportswear firm here. Jane and Charles were
dinner during the evening. .
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at the University of Miami held i|J
nual winter formal at the Balmoral hotel Saturday. PreMdiifJ
cocktails and the dinner dance were Edna May Levin*, pre
Elaine Millmen, vice president; Barbara Letsaitar, treasurer;
Jacobs, corresponding secretary; and Susan Meltxer, social chair
LATIN QUAKTU PfOGKAM PLANNED AT LUNCHtON
The West Rivo Alto island home of Mrs. Sidney Schwirti was)
site last week of a luncheon for committee members of National i
of Jewish Women who are planning a dinner dance at the Latin I
Dec. 21. .
Coordinating the function with Mrs. Schwartz is Mrs.
Gertmen, administrative vice president. Miami and Beach division <
men Mrs, Herschel Leschel and Mrs. Herbert Math** reported
advanced reservations. .
Also present at the luncheon were table arrangements chain
Mrs. Saul Pohn and Mrs. Seymour Somerstein. .
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16. 1355

Miss Cohen Weds
Burton Cooper
At a candlelight weddini; in the
Cardinal room ol the Saxony ho-
tel. Miss Shirley Cohen became
the bride of Burton Cooper on
Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kron
ish offietated.
^JcnMinaridto,
Life Membership Social atKew
Lucerne Features Romantic Tenor
Page 9B
'!"f-r Miami Women'. Auxil-
iary. JwiU llomr for the \ ..,
W hold their annual
mwnbmhip party at the new I ,
The bride is the daughter of '7X T''' n thc ocean at **
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen, New
York. The erooms parents
iurn. me Bruom s parents arc and Mrs I ..,., ,-1 u
Mr. and Mrs. Morns .,.......r, 6143 J '} L '"' J ''" wi
Pine Tree dr.. Miami Beach
The bride wore a gown of white
lace and tulle and carried a boil-
quct of two orchids and stephan-
otis.
The groom's brother, Raymond
CooptT, was bast m;m. and Mrs
Raymond Cooper the
bride as matron of honor
A dinner in the Pag .!. i
followed the ceremony. After a
honeymoon trip to Nassau, the
couple will reside at l^fOl Nl
ave., North Miami Beach.
I.ikerne hotel, -.tarring Stan Porter
romantic tenor of stage and radio,
will be presented. Mrs. Louis
Makovsky and Mrs. Harold Spaet
are in charge of arrangements.
Invitation to this gala affair is to
all new life members and their
Sponsors. -These life members are
. *md i" eteSStlwiS """ "" KMteMnce "- We bU>od
atmosi I
It Monday noun. Dec 19
Mrs. David Phillips is chairman.
be co-
lon
Ol the Auxiliary." Mrs. Phillips
said. "It i> through them that the
ry i- able to maintain their
monthly contribution of SI 500 to
the Home during the entire
Auxiliary's in :ome -
immer month: is no!
ent to nice' these monthly i
1 i ine careto the
who unfortunatel
The entire opening ihow of the
Polley, ZaSis Pica
Feb.. 1956 Rites
Zelda Polley it the fja,
'i Marvin Zalia The couple i en-
her parent Manuel
Polk SW 19th
in r-K.imi
g,i. Surlon Cooper
Trt,
Miss Wallstein's
Husband is Israeli
Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti
tute was the scene of marriage
Dec. 5 between Ruby Wallstein,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs David
Wallstein. 7726 Carlyle ave.. M.a- ,.('""'r- '- cnrrenUj em;
mi Beach, and Simon Aloni. son
of Mrs. Ksther Aloni. of Israel.
Rabbi Isaac Ever officiated at the
double ring ceremony Be-t man
wa David Perl.
Matron of honor was Sara Stad-
(an.
depi
n the goodness ol othei
tiei husband-to-be is the son of
and Mrs Joel Charles Zali i r
Miss i Norwalk ,!""' rates one ol the very finest
School in Norwalk d homes in the entire com
and i rt University a) and has come to be looked upon as
Bridgeport, Conn. A member ol 'he model institution of its kind for
the Young Adult Leagui ol the "llur communities of all creeds.
Greater Miami Jewish Community ""' *otire Greater Miami cum
miiiiity can feel very proud ol this
institution and its extensive pro-
gram for their senior residents. All
visitors are cordially invited to
Visit the Home." Mrs Phillips ad-
ded. Mr-. Sol Silverman i- presi-
dent of the Women's Auxiliary.
Mrs. Dovid Philips
at Scar-. Roebuck in Coral Gabies.
Mr Zalia graduated from Miami
High School attended the Univer-
sity ol Miami and received hi- AB
degree in history from Yeshiva
University In New York. Be i-
pasl vice president of Miami
t'rs. Stevens to Speak
ird It. Steve-,-, chair-
man of the education commit)
ol the Women's Division ol '
i r Miami Jewish Fedi w iU
diacu is "My Trip to Israel" on Sun-
day morning at Temple Israel.
Young Adult Zionists, past presi-
The hride selected a white cock dent of the Dux club of the Great-
l&
1
,\i unioro
Irs. Simon Aloni
nrr happy chanuka
lr*m
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IMUEY BIDC.
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tail-length brocaded taffeta gown
with fitted bodice, very bouffant
skirt and three-quarter sleeve
Her corsage was made up of tea
roses and white carnations. Her
four-tiered French illusion veil
Ml attached to a tiara of seed
pearls.
The bride attended schools in
New Jersey. The groom was a
student in Israel schools.
After the ceremony, a dinner at
Michel's restaurant was held for
the immediate family. The couple
are touring Florida for their
honeymoon.
er Miami Jewish Community (en-
ter, a- well as pas! president of
it- Young Adult League.
Be i- employed with his lather
at the Joe Zalia Wholesale Prod-
uce Co. in Miami.
The couple are planning a Feb-
ruary. 1956 wedding.
Joseph Goldwuxm.
wmt of
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I j KUWOUS ARTICLES
PWB H0M ISRAEL
1 W0M IN HEBREW
BIRTHS
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Rackear Nov. 26.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Levrant. Nov. 28.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
Newman. Nov. 28.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
William Segal. Nov. 29.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Friedopfer. Nov. 29.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Jay. Nov. 30.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Hurwitz. Nov. 30.
Clothing for Israel
Chanuka celebration was held
by Golda Myerson club of Pioneer
Women Tuesday evening at Con-
gregation Beth El. Mrs. Ethel
Shore, cultural chairman, was in
charge. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. chair-
man of Israel supplies, announced
an opeu drive for good used cloth-
ing to be sent to Israel. Collection
station for clothing is at 1251 SW
22nd st.
Vierfel Novel Discussed
In 0RJ Review Series
"The Last Temptation," a novel
of life in Israel today, by Joseph
Viertel. will be reviewed by Mrs
1. M. Wein-tein in the Empre--
hotel on Monday evening. Dec. ID.
The Greater Miami chapter of
American Women's ORT is sponsor-
ing the series of six book reviews
All proceeds go toward the main
tenance of world-wide ORT voca-
tional training schools.
T^GUST BROS HyE
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Social Gatherings
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~ ir parties
* weddings
f it luncheons >
it receptions
For Htwrvotiom if 1-68! I
ayony
on tm lean m* m m* sts.
Membership Social Slated
Membership social will be held
by Flamingo chapter of National
Children's Cardiac Hospital on
Wednesday evening. Dec. 21, at
Melvin Cohen hall. Faye Emmer.
membership chairman, is in charge
of the affair. _____
OmmAb Ceremony Dm
Chanuka ceremony is scheduled
by Looise-Brandeis chapter of
American Jewish Congress Dee. 19
at the Algiers hotel. Ceremony
will be narrated by Mrs. Larry
Friedland, president. Mrs. Philip
Brummer, vice president, will re-
view "Ten Days to Die," by Judge
Michael A. Mussmanno. Mrs. Joe
Singer will be accompanist at the
piano for songs by Mrs. Sylvia
Pass.
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TO ALL GREETINGS Enjoy your stay; relax in comfort
HOWE HOTEL
Members of the physicians and surgeons
committee of the Mount Sinai hospital fuffd
drive talk over their campaign efforts on
behalf of the new hospital. From left to
right are Drs. Ralph E. Kirsch, member of
the Mount Sinai hospital medical advisory
board; Samuel Gertman; Dr. Victor Kugel.
chief of the hospital cardiovascular division.
who s receiving a check from S -.
Werblow. chairman of the phy^l*
surgeons committee for the ho. J
Awa"der JKu8hner' b*Tflt
pitalIs medical advisory board- Hm
Rand, member of the development iu2
ecutive committee; and Leo Levin
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Dr S. Charles Werblow, chair
man of the physicians asd sur-
geons committee of the Mount Si-
nai hospital fund drive, announced
Wednesday that his committee
campaign contributions were with-
in sight of $350,000 and expressed
confidence that a goal of $500,000
will be attained.
He called on all physicians to
complete their pledges promptly
and fully, as well as to volunteer
to work in the final phase of the
doctors' campaign.
"Never have Greater Miami phy-:
sicians and surgeons given so un-
stintingly to a single pepject," he
said "It is only proper that we
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A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
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Solomon B (ioldman,
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Kirsch, Vitcor Kugel,
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,I*2bjy^
Rifkind Arrives in Miami to
I at AJ Committee Annua i Meet;
ill Discuss Civil Liberties Today
.../. :_ J lie l Difki.J tn_____
Sgrtnunman
Slmon H Rifkind. U.S.
/, Medal of Freedom
id former Eisenhower ad-
be principal speaker at
El dinner meeting of the
i [ region of American
K,mir.i((e' n Sunday cve-
1 18, at Westview Coun*
.Rifkind is expected to ar-
Miami sometime late Sat-
luid depart early Monday
He will stay at the Del-
Rifkind. Wharton & Garrison
Judge Rifkind served in the Amer-
ican occupation zone of Germany
from 1945 to 1955 a. a-.visTUn
Jewish affairs to then Command-
Vh (,en-.1?wnl D. Eisenhower.
Judge Rifkind subsequently re-
ceived the Medal ol Freedom of
the United States Government for
his services rendered in that post
He resigned his Federal Judge-
ship in 1950 to resume the prac-
tice of law. He is a vice president
of the board of the Jewish Theo-
, peisCr chairman of ,ogM*i Senary of America, vice
U^ Hmner meeting an- PresIdent of the American Jew-
Ifsa Essepw*
n "Civil Liberties in an A D. _
JBW yi A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of
lAtmet). the College of the City of New
^ments committee co- York. and later a graduate of Co-
E Mrv Harold Spaet and iumbia law school. Judge Rifkind
*id Fleeman are slating was a member of the Columbia
atr function to begin at 7 University Research Staff in Legal
| Dutch treat cocktail hour Economics. 1825 26. and has con-
dinner at 8. Mrs. Spaet tributed articles to several pro-
b. Fleeman said. fessional journals,
ding to Lee Ruwitch, pro- In January of this year, he was
urman, Alan Keys, known elected a member of the board of
ut South Florida for his the Emerson Radio and F'hono-
program. "The Vaga- graph Corp.
f*ill narrate the prize-win- Judge Rifkind is the author of
Hm.-Boundary Line." Ru- j "Reflections on Civil Liberties,"
Itho is general manager and a study on the Fifth Amendment.
Arrangements committee mem
bers for the Dee. 18 affair at West-
view include the Mesdamc. George
Bertman, David Fleeman. Harvey
Fleischman. Burton Goldstein. E.
Max Goldstein. Jerome Hofmayer,
tsident of television sta-
Jfl, explained that the
ustrates the harm done
__ratic society where di-
[of people are made on the
(color, origin and economic
Rifkind. appointed Unit-
District Judge by Presi-
evelt from 1941 to 1950.
lumber of the New York
rd of Higher Education.
ran of the executive com-
oi the American Jewish
He was elected to this
January 1955. following
as chairman of AJC's
alive committee,
ber of one of New York's
law firms. Paul. Weiss.
| Receives Honors
ell Lewis Appelrouth, son
Isadore Appelrouth, was
14 student- at the Army
Officers' Training Corps
I the University of Florida
sville who were last week
I as the distinguished mil-
t the 1956 graduat-
B. Cadet Appelrouth receiv-
l honor for having demon-
I outstanding proficiency in
and military qualities.
land leader-hip.
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^|^ # Chrr-of-Town
^/Vutzvah Guests sHonor
Allen Dennis
Robert Zakarin
Allen Delimit
Alien Dennis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Aitman, 3881 NW 1st at..
m ill become Bar Mitxvah during
Saturday morning services, Dec. 17.
of Zamora Jewish Center.
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will offi
date, with Cantor Rudolph Bri'i
rendering the musical portions of
the liturgy.
Allen has attended Zamora Jew-
ish Center reHftoai -chool for 4he '
past four years. He is a Star Scout
and also a patrol leader of Troop'
IS.
The Bar Mit/vah is student coun-
cil representative of his class at
Kinloch Park Junior High.
Out-of-town guests will include,
h I grandparents, Mr and Mrs Sam'
Goldstein; Mr and Mrs Phil Rubin
and Michael and Roberta, uncle
ami aiml and fmiflnt; and Mr. and
Mrs Sain Cohen, all of Brooklyn.
n y
, Also attending will be Mr. and
Mr- B Kornhlau. Belle Harbor,
HiKkaway Beach. N.V.. and Mrs.
Rom Herman, Bronx. NY.
The Aitman- will be host at the
Friday evening Oneg Shabbat in
honor of Allen, as well as at Kid
dush following Saturday morning
services Dinner reception is sched-
uled Sunday morning, Dec. 18, a:
the Algiers hotel.
Lewi* Serbir., son of Mr. and
John Serbin. ^554 Adams
will become Bar Mitzvah
' at Temple
I o m. RcdLi Leon
Officiate. Lew.s. a
lent at Bctn Shclom religi-
ous school, is in the e'ghth
: Nautilua Junior High
ool.
Hospital Board Fetes Staff
t Mount Sinai
ital will plaj hoK to staff
" nd their familie- at
' I annual holiday party
Dec 18. on John- bland,
small island located pus) ba-
the bos] Gilts for i
Robert Stuart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Adler, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Emanu-El Saturday, Dec.
Habbi living Lehrman will
late. Robert is an eighth
grade student at Nautilus Jun-
ior High School and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
school. Rabbi Moiris Adler,
spiritual leader of Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek, EJetroit,
will preach in honor of his
nephew's Bar Mitzvah.
employee are provided by the hos-
pttal'l medical staff Cue-ts of the
hospital part> win number ever
l.ooo parsons
MILKBOY
I* mod* in Switzerland-that gen-
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the be* onW
wrapper
Two Will Become
Bar Mitzvah
Double Bar Mitzvah will mark
Saturday morning services, Dec. 17
at Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi
Yankov Rosenberg will officiate
with Cantor William Lipson ren-
dering the musical portion of the
liturgy.
Myron, son of Mr. and Mrs Law-
rance Beck, and Robert, son of Mr.
and Mm. Louis Zakarin. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah
Myron is a student at Coral Way
Public School and has been ittend
ing Beth David religions school for
the past four years
Robtrl is an eigth grade student
;.t Shenandoah Junior High and has
tail ban attending 3cth DavM i r
the past lour years.
Vr and Mrs Beck and Mr. and
Mrs. Zakarin will be hosts at the
Friday evening Oneg Shahhat in
honor Of their sons They will pre-
-ent floral offerings to adorn the
altar during Saturday morning
services and the Bar Mitzvah cere-
mony.
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Raobi Morris Adler. spiritual
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m honor of the Bar Mitzvah of
!S ??Phew- Robert Adler. son
of N.r and Mrs. Benjamin
Adler. Rabbi Adler. one of the ,
eadinq rabbis in the Conserv-
attea Movement m the United,'
States, has for the pat year
served a- visiting Professor of
Homiletscs at the Jewish Theol-
ogical Seminary of America
AUGUST BROS ftv ,
Robert Zakarin BarS^T
Robert AIM Zsksrin will be- M.ami if. *
come Bsr Mitzvah during Sstur-ldent at Sh *****
day morning services. Dei
Beth David Congregation
II
Robert Alan Zsksrin will be- M.ami
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day morning services. Dec. 17 Qf I anrt h! Shcnandoah JurZl
Beth David CoiigreaaUon. h" at"nded fc,h J*l
Rabbi Ysakov S-nberg wU| "T ^""l f"r>C^3
officiata. arith Cantor William RocpD,5n" -
lUpson rendering the musical per
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Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs
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D**mbei
16. 19S5
Division
Aged Home
- 0f the Vming Men's
the Crcater Miami
[^ration met Wedne*
'J^g per. 14. at the Jewish
Cribo Aed. ... *
"L Julian W.-inW* *#>&
Bjotion which r*s.,be*n
imode! home lor the aged
fe "
Lf discussion- "f the steer"
f-itleo consi-ling of Dr.
&r A. H-'dd Cutler,
pjf Charles Goldstein,
I Gottlien. Dr 'ioorge Gra-
Kislak. n Robert Lewis,
"Sidcn. Singer,
Smith and Bernard
Pe;,,;.'. m, execuuv* di-
r( ,|H, [j condurted
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nj, the latel programs of
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Ikenat tl
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[more about the communi-
,1,1 ihruugh the
pHianii .1' wish Federation
imo-t effe meana of in-
Evbdpation in the annual
IJewi-h Appeal.
ih Dedication
leth Jacob
I Jacob ( "imreaation was
of a new Israeli Torah
Sun i;i>. Dec 11.
|orahi> a -I' ol Mrs. Tillie
54 Ocean dr.
|Torah ni j r c h began at
BHa\en hotel, 411 Ocean
HJO p.m. The Torah was
[ander a hupah accompa-
I mu.-ic and marching chil-
iBeth Jaci'li religious school.
(Tibor II St< in officially
the Torah from Mrs.
and gave a dedication
The Jewi-h community
opportuniiy to inscribe
Ik the new Israeli Torah..
[Lewnf w i hostess after
MB] in David Whitman
Herin^ by Sonntag
^J^^tfhrk/iar,
Page 13B
Mrs. Skop Reviews Novel i met Thursday at the Center. Mrs
"Women's (Group of Flagler-Grr. Morris Skop reviewed Nathaniel
nacia Jewish Community Center \ Weinreb's "Esther."
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Dan B Ruskin. chairman of the Mount Sinai hospital dovelop-
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story hospital. The landscaped model, prepared by Associ-
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is on public display on the second floor of the Mercantile
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*Jewls*fhrkOar
turn SMEROTY
'Ambassador' IntercKfrAnieriFa
%\ \
Ovora Eton has bronchi Israel
to millions of American womwi.
Mrs. Elon is an attache of the
Israel Embassy In Washingjaav
BreaJ*iR#^rotiwfe^a-t sprint,
Mitt. Eton's immediate' tusk Contacting non-Jewish American
Women's Organisations was i
"first" lor the seven year-old em
bassy and for this new anvo]
She was to be both her own idea
and contact "man Now in late
autumn the result'- are deer Mrs
Elon is not only a most convinc-
ing "ambassador," but also a Rood
friend Of many American women
of all backgrounds.
Tin-- is because she is bar.l-
working, yet gentle and wonder
fully warm and human. She re-
calls how in her lir-t weeks in
Washington she plunj her
work at the Library oi i
There she studied the histon ol
American Women's organizations
and then listed 20 non-J< wish
tips on winch to focu Immedi-
ttentiOn
Her choices i- fled her -i! im-
i demands km tl
the American Association of
Universit) Women General Fed-
eration of Women's Chilis. Na-
tional council of Negro Women
National Federation ol Women's
liblM-a-q ClubS, National Coun
on the Arab ret
lege girli
quest
Mrs iSlOB describes the Amer-
, woman as willing to listei
<-n4mI in ueoj>li> thai
ON THE
0<
cil oi Catholic Women and Worn- fWhtif^ goOdftrjJirteti^'JgJregtfrtC
en a International f Peace and Freedom.
Already this hardy and hand-
some women has addressed as
many as three meeting! in one
day One week, for example, she
CeUghl a flight to Henderson
Kentucky to lunch with the I
sratton of Business and Profes
sional Women's Clubv in mid
afternoon she spoke to I Wash
ington area lewlsh women's
proup; and a twilight she comers
ed with leading non-Jewish worn
en in a private home
She has addressed two wom-
en s conventions, participated in
a Philadelphia pajama part) i I
the Junior Federation oi Won:
clubs, brbu hi Jewish and
iiw isb clubwomen to i tin r
for the lii'st time in a small
Southern town, -poke about Isra< I
to Nej ro women's church
ation and enlightened col-
onel UMonsuVlloated She a>*e
that American women are so eon-
-id. rate decking her with flowers
and thanks and olten times pleas
to continue a personal corrc-
pondenos "Yet there are
many things for which I want to
thank them.'' she says All this
that when she enters a
meeting stranger, she departs
with warmth in her wake.
And no wonder. For when she
spoke about "Israel Women" or
Bel the Mid Fast Demon
Israel, a Sociological study."
she has that jjift of making Others
lor that which she cares for
tdmitti dlj." in sub-
metter is constructive and
ting, and then, too, I am not
with fund-, politics or
propaganda." Yet she explains
her success when she adds
Far
y Jon and Djv , MR aneTTudahy. $3.75.
By HILARY MINDLIN
STRANGE AND EXOTIC are some of th. tai,
World War Il-storles of fantastic hoax-. 12 SA**^
or lost, on the slow turning of a Germans brain ev" *!
of an Allied sp;
of the "illegal'
ig the establishment of the State m
In Tel Aviv. 1937. a Committee for Illega imm ''I?'1-
le Aliyah Bet." had been set up. I, wa aSaftSfi
years later, the British government cut the ,f lcT^n'ng
to only 15.000 Jew, a year, with all immigration t^*5
of an Allied spy. Yet the're b 7nc so unTspVLMS
of the "illegal" emigration to Palestine o, ho,^ lm>
decade preceding the establishment of th,. .,,' ?. "f Jf
immigratj
in la
LEOX WTTERMAX
same time, (iermany announced the enforced expulsion JiJf
War and Hitler's "f.nal solution to the Jc"sh Z ^
around a bloody corner. It was at this point that the u? *
develop into the huge underground organization whichwHi
from the gas chambers, and simultaneously spal in th i
British Mandatory Government in Palestine a
Forgetting for a moment (and God knows only fr..
desperate urgencies which intensified Mossad's giant reiiL'
the fantastic ironies of the story emerge. There was a short
the Nazi SS was working hand in hand with the Zioniststol
"there OR so few barriers among illegally to Palestine. Later, in 1941. the British ottered to I
p. especially among moth-1passage of 700 "legal" immigrants if thej could afterwank]
empty "refugee ship." which would not look sUsp,cjoUS ?!
ol the Danube, and thus bottle up Axis transport in the

Outstanding Writers Sought hv Producers
MGM production chiel D
Schary, who started his Holly-
woo 111 riser, saj 1 his
studio is making even possible
ffort to briny outstanding and
promising writers to MGM lor
film assignments MGM is offer-
ing writers attractive contracts
in the hope that they will r<
nize the value ol writing for mo-
tion pictures
Says Schan It .1 writer feels
that he'd like time to devote to
other writing projects, we're will-
ing to accept mutually agreeable
arrangements However, were
hopctul that an exposure to
screen writing will induce the
writer to continue to write for
the movies m the same manner
as he write- books, plays or tele-
vision script
Hollywood Schary contends, is
in the midst of its greatest search
for suitable screen materials,
miking the development of writ
ing talent all the more important.

Warner Brothers studio, which
each year has purchased more
and more novels from which to
make its pictures, went all out
on the book search for 1956 The
latest purchase is Herman Wouk's
No 1 best selling novel, "Marjor-
ie Morningstar." for which the
Warner Brothers have paid the
author $850,000 for motion pic-
ture rights. Herman, by the way.
earned more than $2,000,000 for
himself with his last novel. "The
Caine Mutiny." which was snow-
balled into a hit book. Broadway
and motion pn-tun
Band lea k r Artie Shaw, whose
in; tei lal ea spades made the
headlines lor years, recently told
reporters: I m thinkmu of tat-
1 sixth wife why not? Solo-
mon had a thousand wives, and
he I- .1 lynonym for wisdom."

Nl'.i TV is turning over $90,000
to Sol HUTOk for the services of
the Sadler's Wells Ballet Co. for
the "Sleeping Beauty" spectacu-
lar, which was done Dec. 12. This
was Hank's initial contribution
to the "Producer's Showcase"
production. The $90,000 is morefr
or less an approximation of a
Sly gross during the ballet's
recent Metropolitan Opera House
season in New York. Hurok. who
is the manager of dozens of other
concert attractions, is taking his
iirst fling at television with this
presentation.

lack Benny has won his tax
fight with the Federal Govern-
ment. The case stems from Jack's
switch from NBC to CBS in 1948
in which he sold an independent
production company he owned to
CBS. Question involved was
whether the sale involving
$2,260,000 would go under regu-
lar income tax or be classified
as a capital gains deal. The tax
difference means $650,000 which
goes into Jack's pocket.
RAVED no HOW IT I
Arabs Hit on Refugee Issue
Thanks almost entirely to U.S.-
led action within the ad hoc pol-
itical committee, the Arab states
suffered another defeat this past
week on the refugee issue. As the
Syrian delegate. Ahmed Shukairy,
at first seemed quite successful
in enlisting a number of states in
support of his "Antiochus-llke"
proposal for the creation of a Tri-
Power commission whose duty, he
insisted, it would be to study
plans for chopping off about one
third of Israel's territory.
The Arab defeat came when the
committee, completely ignoring
Shukairy's proposal adopted in-
stead a resolution submitted by
the United States, Turkey and the
United Kingdom. This U.S.-inspir-
ed resolution requested, amonx
other things, that "the govern-
ments of the area meaning, of
course, the Arab states make a
determined effort in cooperation
with the director of the agency
(UNRWA) to seek and carry out
projects capable of supporting
substantial numbers of refugees,"
No one in the committee misun-
derstood the meaning of this
clause.
Indeed, the day before the reso-
lution was adopted. Ambassador
James J Wadsworth Mr.
Lodge's able deputy warned
the Arab delegates in no uncer-
tain terms that the UN could not
go on indefinitely paying for
refugee relief. He therefore call
ed upon them to cooperate on
long-delayed agricultural pro
grams so that the refugees could
be made self-supporting by these
large land development projects.
Wadsworth made special refer-
ence to the Sinai region and Jor-
dan Valley projects.
Following the refugee debates
most carefully, this writer became
convinced that, had not the US
delegation taken the pro Irj,el
stand it did during the almost
three week-long deliberation
which saw one Arab after another
in desperation make every at-
tempt to sway the committee
makes deal
IN 1*45, the British issued 900 passes to Haifa and can
''d the immigrants to make sure no one I.....rded without,
amazement at the "legal" arrival in Haifa ol 2.000 Jews\,
! have been explained by Mossad agent noticing that t
I sergeant had orders to check, but not to count, collected 1
. from the Jews on board and redistributed them to the waiti
shore. British faces were red a year later in Milan, when I
discovered that the Mossad, faced with the departure of:
Jewish units under whose cover they had been operating.!
ated a fictitious English army unit, staffed by men for
British Intelligence officer in Italy was looking, and ran it 1
noses. On the other hand, an American sponsored venture 1
for further use when 300 orthodox rabbis, refusing to embi
Sabbath in spite of special permission from Chief Rabbi:
Palestine, paraded through Toulon, which, the author bitt
"was not the most effective way of hiuing the departure <
from the ever-watchful British."
But if the highlights are often amusing, the sober
against which they played is not. At the last, particularly,I
lost "their sense of proportion and their sense of humor."
the brothers Kimchc point out. with their extraordinary fai
is to the unquestionable credit of the British that they I
end, neither the heart nor the will to carry on a fight
moral sanction was so patently lacking Indeed, it is somewN
spirit of the Englishman's own "jolly good show, old man"I
parts of the struggle are regarded. It is to Religious
"has failed continuously for 2,500 years tn produce, by
a voluntary mass "return to Zion' by religious lews or .. .1
thai would make it practicable" that the authors point an ao
er, and swing it around to include the remaining 10
dispersion.
This, of course, should not seriously disturb the 1
delight for the reader of a fascinating book ol true under
and counterplots. Or should it?
SAUL i ARSO V
Canada as Possible Mediator in Near
Two days before Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett went to Canada for an official reception by
the Canadian Government, the Dominion's Minister
for External Affairs made a very interesting state-
ment concerning the Middle East. The Minister,
Lester B. Pearson, has an enviable reputation here,
not only for astuteness but also for extreme candor.
However, when he was asked whether Canada would
offer its services as a mediator between Israel and
the Arab states, Mr. Pearson did not answer either
aye or nay. He did say this: "If we were asked to
join such a mediation, as part of the United Nations,
we would have to think about it."
Now. on the sunace. the statement appears like
the kind of hedging one is accustomed to hear from
a double-talk type of diplomat, and not from the
forthright Pearson. However, upon close examina-
tion, it might be inferred that Mr. Pearson was main-
taining his reputation for frankness.
In the light of the fact that, at that
Mr. Pearson was planning the round of (
ties with which Mr. Sharett was to h
Canada, it could be assumed that Canada!
the Israel Foreign Minister did not ruler
ator's role for the Dominion. Of "
"would have to think" over the m
But if a real effort were made to geU
as mediator, it is doubtful whether
refuse to take on that role. And it 1
that the effort might be made.
There is no doubt that Canada b emin
for the mediator's role in the MiddH)
Arab states would never dare to reject 11
effort by Canada, not only because of
role in the British Commonwealth but
if Canada were cast in that part, the
tors would be Britain's Prime Minister
Eden and America's Secretary of I
Dulles.
HELTON hit I HIMA V
Egypt May Step Up Military Operations
Egypt may soon increase the tempo of its already ference. Egypt has opposed the act as *
rtepped-up military operations agninst Israel's fron-
tiers That is the opinion of diplomatic observers
familiar with Egypt's thinking.
The Egyptian aim would be to dramatize the Israel
issue in a bid to dissuade further Arab adherence
to the Baghdad Pact and to obfuscate the pact's
crystallization.
Egypt also would like to provoke a new Israel
reprisal action. Such a reprisal might be used by
EKI't!! pr?p_?**nda to *"* case against the
the i n!fT"f T,Under artlve *on*<*t.oo by
the United States Defense and State Departments.
members the subtle Shukairy state Den.rtm.n7 V "Pm'"
might have won the day. iri..i ^P"*"* wurccs have reported Egypt
tresnaiy essterbed by the recent Baghdad Pact
ex-
con-
of "Western imperialism'' She feels
fluence in the Moslem world is wins
through the pact, especially byJJ*.
membership. Pack officials arc now to
Arab League states which have Deen
leadership of Egypt.
Egyptian fears and resentment were
when the State Department oM
military, political and economic liaison
high command. This was construed oy
apparent preliminary to full Ame"ca ,
the alliance which now links I
Iran and Great Britain.


p^mber 16. 1955,
| Prosterman, 72, Was Honorary
President of National Fund Council
L Prosterman, 72. of 4427
K.1 ave a retired nun's
[Wnufacarer, died here
_;, Dec. 7.
"L.terman was honorary
lident of the Jewish Na-
. Mid Council of GrCater
!,i the time of his death. On
-ceding Sunday. Dec. 4. he
a plaque in recognition of
jce, to JNF from Mendel
national executive of the
t National Fund, at Greater
h'first annual dinner in be-;
t'the land organization.
[prosterman was also a vice'
tot of Miami Beach-Israel
District, vice president of
mail of Jewish Education,
jnibcr of the Jewish Home
Aged and on the budget:
jtttf of Greater Miami Jew-
leration.
ame here 12 years ago from
i where he had founded and
jadent of Temple Israel.
[jvors include his wife, Mrs.
osterman, three sons, a
tt and a brother.
,C5 were Sunday. Dec. 11. at
Jjjje-Beach Memorial Chapel,
Bon ave with interment in
i Cemetery.
local honi.it
Hi BERTHA HILLMAN
taTlhlT I'll.ill" l-land. Miami
\ii So* while visiting In
Sh>- in"- here elKht years
I i> trice pemldenl of Helltrmn
JCtap*!" i" "f Miami Beach,
|rt. BprlM V.ilh ) .mil Peek-
;, niu .'- i licensed funeral
rllSew V k Stale ami HI a
of th.- National Kutonil 1>I-
Auoiiati' i Hadaaaaa, the
irul man) other
jtMt Hellm.ui t'hapel In New
li, [I !. f I ineral arrange-
JULIUS LUBARSKY
H|| I hi I'reek dr., died Nov.
wii a winter vlaltor trots
N ^ I: Ide-Bearh Mi -
[Clii'i'l .' i" large of burial
imi-
ISAAC SIMON
;:;. >\\ i .11.-.i No\
IWtre Si -' in Itlveridde-
'Bai el, with *u: Ul
I I'eineti r)
JACOB HENIQ
Iktrt N'o\ .' Newmnn-Oordot
I Hwi'.r. Mi.i ni III.,. h. wax In
local (iraiiKementa, with
iXtw ^
SAM DUMST
I Tr|i|i ave i'... onilt llrove.
o^MunVr"";"'Tr""1-' L.iht; <
of Ml.urn and a member of Weal Mta-
ml Mason \A,t\Kr. Blki Lodge M8nd
Jer <'Inrl i.? ""' *""'. laugh-
*/!" hl" P"ren<*. Mr and Mm
$"at?h X,7'"r *** were Nov
Mi r.V" iY1:,,n' '5fr" "' "' ,:""'""
Kun r;.| Home, with burial in the
family plot at M. Neho Ce.neterv
r.-, .*i?-*: F"*NCfi$ COOPER
. of Si, ,, Miami Beach, ......|
.he-'- c""" "'" fpom Brooklyn
three yean, ago and In survived b) I,
bPotK-r aand tatV'fe.i*^!?'
Gordon Funeral j," '" -Tf. -\wnian.
A acrai. me,Ml h'12i !*t '"*< '*<' 3.
'icht yeam^'o $& T&Z" ,"'"'
put -vive.i by hiH wlr? r! ?ork H* <"
'-. Natalie m,|Rii,,hl,a '"''VUuh-
Herman, of Miami* ;..?nrt '"'"her.
I'UU.il .iiranK.-inent..
MRS. ESTHER ZISSEN
LU. r, ,'::?", ^ *......
1 '> 'our sons, Charles Miami
I <@
I'h.ih,- I1; '"'"' Mi;"'"- -vi--
[I ihiiii|m, Dayton; ami \|rH Ai
:-',k .rl iyne. Ind s..,v, '..,,
/:,' t, Beach M..',n, ,
^"Jt^i.n-iiM,^,,,, ,w. wjIll ,,m.|a|
n in charge of local arrangement!.
_. '"A LEVINE
.". OflMi '"Hi-.- a-, H ml r
il-.i Dec, i Rlveralde.lleach Men
i mm "mi in charge of arrangementi
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
v\of J.6:" 1W i!' "w -"' wy
Nov. JO at hia home M. ran I.....
fn.m New Vork five yeara ago and
raa ih, owner "f aign paintlnc firm
He la rarvlved by hli it... Kdlth ami
two son*. Howard, of I'olumhii
and Btewart, member of the armed
rorcea In Korea Henricea were I
"' "" Rlveratde Beach Memorial
i iiap.i. NuriiiHii'K |ie, with burial In
Mt Sinai ( ein.i, i >
JEFFREY FRIEDMN
16-monlh-ohl .,ii ,.| m, Hn,| yir, |.;,|.
ward Friedman "f Homextead. died In
a local hoMpitHl Nov 3(1 Ser\lcen were
Nott 30 in the (lordon Miami Chapel
with burial in Mt Blnal Cemeten
MAX MOSS
6*. of HOO NK 163rd t died Nnv in In
ta local hoapltal. A ahoemaker, he cuiih
here L'n yeara axo from Weal I'alm
Beach He la aurvlvcd b) his wife.
IjOaJU, three anna. Irviniawand llanv of
Miami, ami Manuel "f N.w Vork City.
two brother* ami one xlater Services
Were l>ec .' in i;.,i.|,,m Miami Chapel.
with Interment In Mt Nebo Cemeterj
HERRELL BRYAN BERCER
16, Of North Miami, died al a local
hoapit.il |>rc I. All automobile hup-
pile* Mkvaman, he came here from
Akron, Ind., lii. yeara ago, and wan
n Rhrlner. a Mason and an Klk Sur-
viving ax, his mother in Akron.
ter and two brothera Services were
Jjyc, 3 In Riverside-Beach Memorial
<"hapel. Normandy Iale, with burial in
Akron.
MRS. KATE MILSTEIN
...'." Meridian av,,. M,mil ,,.,,,.
, ,'," i.^1"''.a,,,., here elghl yean
husband, Abraham; four daughters,
Uhlrlej Llppson, Mrs i:i........,
Matxa arid Mri Ullian Handeroblt,
a I of Oreatei Miami; Mrs. Dora Nes-
un, and son, Philip, hoth of New
,V"k ,:s", "' in the
Riverside-Beai h M emorutl chapel,
with Interment in Mt Nebo Cemetery!
MISS ROSE VERHICK
R. of 6J1.-, Rue Vendome, Miami
1 oled Dei I in a local hospital
me her.- elMit Mar- ago from
.New York and is aurvived by three
nsters, Including Miss Miriam Ver-
lui k and Miss Bally Verfclck, both of
Mteml l:.ai|i. and a brother. Joseph
A "i Miami Services were Dec, "i In
Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel
ndj Isle, with entombment in
Qrai land Park Mausoleum.
LOUIS H. DINETZ
11, of M17 Harding ave.. Miami Beach,
died Dec I He .ame here 1L' yean
im Mllburn, N .1 and is survived
bj his wife, Rae, and son, Richard,
dI Newark, N..I Services and burial
irere In New Jersey, with Riverside-
Beach Memorial chapel, Alton nl. in
charge "i !" al ai rangements.
MRS. LILLIAN GOLDBERGER
v.'. of S87 '.'mil st Miami Beach, died
i Bhi me here 15 j eai ago
from Ne York Hervlces were Dec '>
at ih,. Oraceland Mausoleum Chapel,
uitii Riverside-Beach Memorl Chapel.
Alton pi in charge of arrangements,
JACOB ROTHSCHILD
15 Oo n dr., died Dei I Rh i i
slde-Bearh Memorial Chapel, Wash-
ington ave., ,i in hai "t burial
arrangements
JOSEPH MOSCOVITZ
:.. of 1361 W Sth ave dud Dei I
Memorial Chapel, Plaglei si ,
was in charge of arrangementst
ABRAHAM BODEK
;>. of 111 ",;ii st Miami Beach, passed
away I in charge "i burial ai -
Mas HelTman'i tuneral
Chapel.
fW- Becltebnan. dir*C!oi-
W for overseas opera-
*k Joint Distribution
d'd in New York
Jay of a heart attack.
As IDC director-
!* 1951. Beckelman
T*1 a key role in the
of relief, resettle-
I Construction pro-
f* behalf of needy Jews
1 Nonh Africa and
L!J-GREEN
PLANT FOOD
00 Y Ltwn?
f ofi rich P,an* Sd
Tl^ mineral, thai
' UW" Sh "ch bugs out
" Sold exclutiyely
ED STORE
'", Pk 19-2401
MAX I. HOCHHEISER
7. or-mo Plnetr.e dr.. Miami Beach.
died lee. 2 in a fcrl hoi>itnl He eame
here 10 months ago from Verona. N.J..
and Im nurvlved py hm wife, Sadie, of
p

MRS ANNA MARKOFF
K, "f 1111 SW 10th .st. died Dec. I.
Servlees were Dec. In Oordon'a Mia-
mi Chapel, with burial in Mt. UmaJ
cm. '
HENRIETTA KENT
19, of 111 Palermo ave, Coral Gables,
died Nov 25 m a ly al hospjtal. She is
aurvived bj In r hushand, George; one
daughter, Mrs. Kvebn Gluckstern: her
fathei. Meyer Gottlieb; two Brothers,
William and l'i"l Gottlieb: and two
Isters, Mis Sylvia Loeb and Mn Mac
Boyewsky Ber\'lces and burial were
in NeW V..rk City. Riverside Memorial
Chapel Plaglcr ? wI 111 charge of
local arrangements.
MRS. LIBBY KOPEL
41 ..f Use SW mth .. vaaittd awaj
Nov JT In a local hospital. Survivom
are her husband. Max; one son Ar-
thm. dm ffcughter. Mrs. Batty oasa-
ner and three Taters, Hannv line, So-
ni. Friedman, and Jean Alexander
ONE
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and Interment were in New York w th Riverside tSSmnffiCteprtf gl
ler st.. in charge of loci amnff'raenft
, .ALECK JACOBSON
Bea.di <"ii',H.i S*ihtet0" ve.. Mb.....
ii. dud here NOV. L'l Hiverside
Beachi Memorta, .-ha,,.!. WartSngton
;;;,:,"'" "' '""*- 3 bmm arringe-
HENRY BANDEL
>. o f lswi;.,hs,.. died,,.,,. X,,v
S-.nf ,d in." h'ri -' ywt "" f"""
88?i ,. i \;'" :l v->'''"' of World
ar I and a Mason He was a brother
1.0.1.1. Bnndel, forme, Miami clS
',.?,',["''"'',:'""l Ju,,- Burvlvor. in-
'II. daiiKhters. Mrs Gertrude
rtster :'m Mr? ''H1.'" ,;""1""- "'''
,'h 'rs Jot Morris, of Miami
.i"e's m v.....!Lwer? Wov- 1 <" Oct.
dona Miami Chapel, with burial in
mi. Nebo Cemetery,
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. ,M.R,?- ,L ,LL AN S' BARBER
.|. of 319 NW :10th St., died Nov. 23.
v,Va.r-'".' ""X." '" '"-'" f"" New
X'm.i,. y .S,,e. U "urvived by two
daiiKhters Mrs. John Temple and Mrs.
harl.s Simms, hoth of Miami; two
Uilllam Miller, both Of New York and
two grandsons^ Services were Nov. 2:.
in the Miami Chapel of the Gordon
runeral Home, with burial In Mt
Mnai Cemetery,
DAVID WILSON
69. a visitor from Chicago, died here
Nov. tl, N.-wman-c.oi di,n Puneral
Home w.,s iii charge of arrangements
locally.
GEORGE GREENE
54, of Mt! Hawthorne ave Surfsdde
died Nov, 15, Services and burial were
in Cleveland, with iiiv.-r-ale-1!. a, Ii
Memorial Chapel. Normandy Isle, in
charge of local arrangements.
LOUIS A. ROBINSON
63. of U'L's West ax.- Miami lieai h.
P*.....I away Nov. IS. Services and
burial were held In I'hiiadeii.hia.
Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel,
Washington ave.. was In charge of
arrangements locally.
r ,V!LL-^.M H' EMSWILER
^"v"-' ij0",n" ave-. Miami Reach.
ruil ( hapel, \\ashinBton ave.. was in
charge of burial arrangements.
. MEYER OSTROV
aX of 2tL NE 53rd ter- >led Nov. 27.
Gordon Mineral Home, Miami, was in
charge of burial arrangeTnents.
, JACOB BERNSTEIN
79. of 2770 BW 32nd ave., died Nov. 27.
.services were Nov. 2X In the Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Klagler st., with bu-
rial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. LILLIE KWART
' .' i v NW 45,h st at her home. She came here 31 vears
Hgo from New York, and is survived
by two daiiKhters. Mrs. Anne Rogers
and Miss Man ia Kwart, Miami, and a
sister, Services and burial were in
New Brunswick, N.I.. with Oordon'a
Funeral Home In charge of local ar-
rangements.
LOUIS B. WOLF
61. of Long Island. NY., died here
Nov. 22. Kiv.i sid.-i:e.,. h Memorial
Chapel. Alton id., was in charge of
arrangements locally.
MRS. LILLIAN BENJAMIN
Of ST.", North Shore dr.. died Nov. 24.
Formerly In the heavy motor equip-
ment business In New York, she was
.1 winter visitor here for many years.
She is survived by a son. Medwin, of
Miami Beach, a daughter, Mrs. J. Sll-
verstein, and a son. Snnford, of River-
dale. NY., and tWO sisters. Services
were in Brooklyn on Nov. 27. With
Hellman's Funeral Chapel, Miami
Beach. In charge of arrangements
I... all)
HARRY W. MERVIS
67. of 7710 Harding ave.. Miami Beach.
died Nov. 23 in a local hospital. Survi-
vors include his wife. Belle, of Miami
Beach, and five brothers. Riverside-
Beach Memorial Chapel, Alton id., was
in charge of local arrangements, with
services and burial in Pittsburgh.
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Cypen Named Home Board Chairman
President Abe Kurrain an-
nounced Wednesday that Irving
Cypen, Miami Beach attorney and
civic leader, had been unanimously
elected chairman of the board of
directors of the Jewish Home for
the Aged of Greater Miami.
He replaces S. I. Bernbaum. who
recently resigned because of mov-
ing to Wilmington, Del.
The board of directors alsa
elected to the board Mrs Sam Host
and Julian Weinkle. outstanding
communal workers in the Greater
Miami area.
Cypen. a former City Judge of
Miami Beach, is also chairman of
the Home's budget and finance
committee. He is a member of the
executive committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and preii-
dent of Temple Kmanu-El Men'i
Club. Cypen graduated from the
University of Florida Law School
magna cum laude in 1943. and serv-
ed as an ensign in the U.S. Navy
from 1943 to 194(1 in the European
and Asiatic theatres
He waa seven years old when his
family moved to St. Petersburg
from Chicago in 1918. Cypen is
married to the former Hazel
Abrams and fhey have five chil-
dren.
Members of the nominating com-
mittee which recommended Cypen.
Mrs. Rost and Weinkle are David
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,I*2b£jy^ Rifkind Arrives in Miami to I at AJ Committee Annua i Meet; ill Discuss Civil Liberties Today .../. %  :_ J lie l Difki.J tn __ • Sgrtnunman Slm on H Rifkind. U.S. /„, Medal of Freedom id former Eisenhower ad£ be principal speaker at El dinner meeting of the i [ region of American K,mir.i((e' n Sunday cve1 18, at Westview Coun* .Rifkind is expected to ar%  Miami sometime late Satluid depart early Monday He will stay at the DelRifkind. Wharton & Garrison Judge Rifkind served in the American occupation zone of Germany from 1945 to 1955 a. a-.visTUn Jewish affairs to then CommandVH (,en -. 1 ? w nl D. Eisenhower. Judge Rifkind subsequently received the Medal ol Freedom of the United States Government for his services rendered in that post He resigned his Federal Judgeship in 1950 to resume the practice of law. He is a vice president of the board of the Jewish Theo, p eisC r chairman of ,ogM *i Senary of America, vice U ^ Hmner meeting anP res I dent of the American JewIfsa Essepw* n "Civil Liberties in an A D JBW yi A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of lAtmet). the College of the City of New ^ men ts committee coY ork. and later a graduate of CoE Mrv Harold Spaet and i um bia law school. Judge Rifkind *id Fleeman are slating was a mem ber of the Columbia atr function to begin at 7 University Research Staff in Legal | Dutch treat cocktail hour Economics. 1825 26. and has condinner at 8. Mrs. Spaet tributed articles to several proB. Fleeman said. fessional journals, ding to Lee Ruwitch, proIn January of this year, he was urman, Alan Keys, known elected a member of the board of ut South Florida for his the Emerson Radio and F'honoprogram. "The Vagagraph Corp. f*ill narrate the prize-winJudge Rifkind is the author of Hm.-Boundary Line." Ruj "Reflections on Civil Liberties," Itho is general manager and a study on the Fifth Amendment. Arrangements committee mem bers for the Dee. 18 affair at Westview include the Mesdamc. George Bertman, David Fleeman. Harvey Fleischman. Burton Goldstein. E. Max Goldstein. Jerome Hofmayer, tsident of television staJfl, explained that the ustrates the harm done ratic society where di[of people are made on the (color, origin and economic Rifkind. appointed UnitDistrict Judge by Presievelt from 1941 to 1950. lumber of the New York rd of Higher Education. ran of the executive comoi the American Jewish He was elected to this January 1955. following as chairman of AJC's alive committee, %  ber of one of New York's law firms. Paul. Weiss. | Receives Honors ell Lewis Appelrouth, son Isadore Appelrouth, was 14 studentat the Army Officers' Training Corps I the University of Florida sville who were last week I as the distinguished mil%  t the 1956 graduatB. 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16. 1955 ^Mfa+Mtw ^Commission Official in Miami to Help Plan Proaraim fl Kosansky, of the Southeast Zionist Youth task of a dviln„ ,, K %  W !J %  ClIllS Page 5 A — Kosanskv. of the Southeast Zionist Youth m op in Atlanta, tu here in Miami for aev'Jjiks to reorganize the local Youth Comraise js not quUe the proper word," Kolipiainoii. :'MB-.4nwi W*tasteiavwk*> i ptof the Florida JTflio* of Ha a W .sah, is also of the local commission. We are working Junction with Jerry Schulman, director of the 'Jr Miami Zionist Youth Commission, to de"more sharply the scope and focus of the organv the commission hopes to provide young LlLt/with the opportunity to further their knowlTVf Jewishness. Kosansky said. "But we have KT objectives, as well. These include fostering development of growing, creative and thoughtful riividuak within the community and strengthening j ii between Jewry here with Jewry abroad and I Israel." c.ding to Mrs. Weinstein. there are now 16 just vouth groups in the Miami area. Eleven i in full operation, while five others are in the ative stage These are composed of Senior | Young Judaea and two Junior Hadassah organHions," ihe said. fAssisting* Mrs Weinstein and Schulman in the -position Republican Party Flays Turkish President for Loose Talk ISTANBl I. i.JTA)—In the first major break with the foreiun policy [the pre-ent government of Turkey, the opposition Republican Party (begun a campaign to prevent any commitment to support the Arab tf against Israel. The Republicant Party, under whose administraiTurkey recognized the young Jewish State, has voiced its opposing with the Arabs in „„„., ., manding clarification of a recent I K gmSSLfT^SJ fiSfi here are education in Daorcountv "d n rCCt0r f *, %  MM] and curriculum for the W "!.. Chtrge f per Mrs Barnett Beekerm.„ u^ e y( ^ th fi; With Junior Hadastlh Inrt 5 ad T h 1,8is,,n ***** Weinstein expta ned tTlfTV^^ M this time is to help denL ?h SP !* ,f,c prob,em We've got to offe hi i ,M !r n l>-nd more, and a full year scho arsh p £E& 1 ZT" 1 !" future Z.omst.v-are becoming involved mYouth Commission work.She w.ll be joined by WillSm Goldworm. of Miami, in attending the Youth Commissions reg.onal convention in Daytona Beach Dec. 25 to 29. Carpet Laying and Repairing RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED 26 S.W. 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Decem bet 16, 1955 elite Center Dedicates Torah orpxonU'd to the April was mem speakc *"' :_l... Kunuol V.ll _. presented to the L renter Sunday evening by L vrN H ^ arlosk >'Ik Parnev. religloui chair|* s cha.rn.an of the eveMo rton Malavsky led -jfes with Rabbi Morris Inarticipatins. Rabbi Simon recently completed in April was mem speaker. ( antor Samuel Salkow rendered a portion of the liturgy. Cantor Fishii Lutman offered special renditions. A band of music escorted the donors into the synagogue. Guests had the opportunity of having their names inscribed in the Torah Scroll. Page 9 A iupter of !; •" 15"nth will celebrate the lUtMjirthteyof the international """'"•'I "rder Qn Saturday run* 81 Hmleab-Miami Springs Jewish Center. speaker will be George w'::J^ C ,n ~'" Participants w,„ J Wednesday announced a Chanuka sports festival scheduled for Sunday. Dec. 18. at Greynolds Park. include Young Judaea groups of the Greater Miami area. Sidney Greenspan, former athletic director of Camp Blue Star, will be sports coordinator. Talianoff, Beach attorney and national commissioner of the AnliDelamation League. Presentation of colors will be by Jewish War Veterans Post 681. Rabbi Henry Okolica, of North Dade Jewish Center, will give the invocation. Musical program will include folk songs by Miss Anita Karn. save time simplify purchasing speed construction ^4M For ALL Your BUILDING MATERIALS \ One telephone coll or one visit to our location nearest you ... Miami, Fort lauderdale or South Dade ... just tell us what you want, )' when yow want it and where you want it... that's alt, we'll take over from there! And] when you're adding a room, building one or a dozen homes, a skyscraper or a barn •. we are your one-stop building supply house ... for concrete bricks to blocks, nails to steel, builders' hardware to millwork, lumber to roofing materials, concrete joists to concrete wall panels, channel slabs to Dox plonks, cement to concrete, aggregate to sand, stucco to mortar mix ... whatever your needs be, just name it, we have it! And here's another thing for sure, you can always count on us for prompt, on-time dJdh'tiios, personalized service, a sincere .interest in your every need and quality ^ building materials from top to bottom. 1 So when you build, CALL MAUIE. v" • 1 MIAMI ">NE: 19-4631 "20 B.Hoy*. |M MIT LAUDERDALE *0MI: LOf en 4-lflt W ***** 2ftft Street SOUTH DADE PHONE: Homestead 1432,1459 Seeth AJIepalteh load t Moody Drivt J • • %  I iiiiiiiil! ;•£:;;;;; ilium" 11 IIIIIIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiiiiiiii IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII "minium % % % %  IIIIIIII '"'"in!!"!



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IfHday December 16, 1955 g/lbout K/four Special ^X Page 3 to Lsr/ri/rt HiA vr MATE fo* RING M OID Cold Weather Demands Food Change; By REGINA FRISCHWASSER 'avorites weather demands a lh e in food for the family. Th 0B el'tsnaiM. i ( !lyturnto.stick : toKl ideas and there's nothing ItStcr than the following "kugel Steamed Carrot Rinfl rur re etable shortening 1 cup sugar l'/i cups grated raw carrot, tightly packed 1 CUP grated uncooked potato 1 cup flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt Vt teaspoon each cinnamon and allspice AMS l cup. seediest ral : cu ," ''"'"i"" 1 nuts or candied mill 11<•( i sUrT'"'' *nd :' r d carrot a nrtato and chopped nut! or fruit* should be Burred before adding. Turn he mixture int., a well greased 9jnch ring mold, filling about ,, Covar tightly. Sel this on a trivet '•ml flat clothespins and add water hall way up sides of ring m a targer, well covered pol steam about 2 hours over moderate heat If the ring mold does not have its awn cover, adjust a heaw plate over top and place wciht (small bowl) on top to keep the cover on tight during the -teaming U you h ,,. SNl|rp cooker, n can be used to advantage following the Instructions for youi particular kind of cooker, inmoh on a heated serving plate and fill the center with hoi orange or lemon sauce made as follov l tablespoon corastarch cup sugar Grated rind of orange and lemon ? tablespoons il lemon and orange juice 1 cup water or rruit juice and water 2 tablespoons le hortening A few grains of salt 410 N.E. 13th Street TO ALL GREETINGS HENRY A. POHL, INC.. State Distributors GRAY MARINE MOTORS CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINES GASOLINE and DIESEL Phone FR 4-1577 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES TROPI-PAK FOOD PRODUCTS INC. 3663 N.W. 47th STREIT MIAMI/ rl0R|DA I 1 KREETMSVS TO ALL 1 Andre Candies 140 N.W. 22nd AVENUE, MIAMI XMAS SCENE (!) I Book exhibit sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education celebrating Jewish Book Month will continue at the Miami Beach Public Library for two more weeks. Seen are (left to right) Mrs. !Lili Duntov. chairman of the Bureau library committee, and Mrs. Louis Korda, designer of the exhibit. The exhibit is open to the general public. SAM the Tailor MADE-TO-MEASURE SUITS For Men and Women I FURNISH THE MATEIIAL $75 AIM High Class Alterations 225 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone Fl 4UM ftrWce %  Delivery Qualify rtESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS COMPIET I 0 IN N El WM THE HOMf FOOTS f AT HOTEL PHARMACY INC UWCOiN ft AITON MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1 6425 NO SKILL NEEDED jjf*\ Just mix and bake CAKE MIXES imke the cake! •wtfsFntllta •**•• %  •** FwRJCaktHi %  nty • %  Spin Cakt m ,. I*Wbue4 by PALM DBTHJBUTOHS. WC 4 lbs. $5.75 Special $ lb. Assorted Chocolate .;. $1.00 (!) OUR DELIGHTFUL GIFT StORE AT THE FACTORY Jfl t STORE HOURS: ". J WEEKDAYS 8:00 A.M. 6:30 P.M. SUNDAYS 10:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M. fjj ...the biggest little symbol in Kosher cookery ...the biggest littljLSyjjjjLol in Kosher cookery ^1 in Kosher cookery ...the.' on the lubel is the? leal of endorsemeri .'CONCffl •' %  ibol in Kosher cookery d* little symbol in Kosher cookery ittle symbol in Kosher cookery ...the mggest Select either label. They're both the ; *>-**- Heinz! 1 e •wish Fa Mm a • • %  A pareve n %  I How about Heinz Beans today? cookery r cookery ler cookery ...the biggest little symbol in Kosher cookery r** • HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS • Strictly Kosher ** 8c Mkad 87. Flo. PbooeWSW



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16. 1355 Miss Cohen Weds Burton Cooper At a candlelight weddini; in the Cardinal room ol the Saxony hotel. Miss Shirley Cohen became the bride of Burton Cooper on Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kron ish offietated. ^JcnMinaridto, od atmosi I It Monday noun. Dec 19 Mrs. David Phillips is chairman. be colon Ol the Auxiliary." Mrs. Phillips said. "It i> through them that the ry iable to maintain their monthly contribution of SI 500 to the Home during the entire Auxiliary's in :ome immer month: is no! • ent to nice' these monthly i 1 i ine careto the who unfortunatel The entire opening ihow of the Polley, ZaSis Pica Feb.. 1956 Rites Zelda Polley it the fja, 'i Marvin Zalia The couple i enher parent Manuel Polk SW 19th in r-K.imi g,i. Surlon Cooper Trt, Miss Wallstein's Husband is Israeli Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti tute was the scene of marriage Dec. 5 between Ruby Wallstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs David Wallstein. 7726 Carlyle ave.. M.a, ( '""' r 'cnrrenUj em; mi Beach, and Simon Aloni. son of Mrs. Ksther Aloni. of Israel. Rabbi Isaac Ever officiated at the double ring ceremony Be-t man wa David Perl. Matron of honor was Sara Stad(an. depi n the goodness ol othei tiei husband-to-be is the son of and Mrs Joel Charles Zali i r Miss i Norwalk ,! ""' rates one ol the very finest School in Norwalk d homes in the entire com and i rt University a) and has come to be looked upon as Bridgeport, Conn. A member ol 'he model institution of its kind for the Young Adult Leagui ol the llur communities of all creeds. Greater Miami Jewish Community ""' *otire Greater Miami cum miiiiity can feel very proud ol this institution and its extensive program for their senior residents. All visitors are cordially invited to Visit the Home." Mrs Phillips added. Mr-. Sol Silverman ipresident of the Women's Auxiliary. Mrs. Dovid Philips at Scar-. Roebuck in Coral Gabies. Mr Zalia graduated from Miami High School attended the University ol Miami and received hiAB degree in history from Yeshiva University In New York. Be ipasl vice president of Miami t'rs. Stevens to Speak ird It. Steve-,-, chairman of the education commit) ol the Women's Division ol i r Miami Jewish Fedi w iU diacu is "My Trip to Israel" on Sunday morning at Temple Israel. Young Adult Zionists, past presiThe hride selected a white cock dent of the Dux club of the Greatl& 1 ,\i unioro Irs. Simon Aloni nrr HAPPY CHANUKA lr*m ETALLS GIRLS SHOP IMUEY BIDC. SOtTE 203 rW. 12-0297 tail-length brocaded taffeta gown with fitted bodice, very bouffant skirt and three-quarter sleeve Her corsage was made up of tea roses and white carnations. Her four-tiered French illusion veil Ml attached to a tiara of seed pearls. The bride attended schools in New Jersey. The groom was a student in Israel schools. After the ceremony, a dinner at Michel's restaurant was held for the immediate family. The couple are touring Florida for their honeymoon. er Miami Jewish Community (enter, awell as pas! president of itYoung Adult League. Be iemployed with his lather at the Joe Zalia Wholesale Produce Co. in Miami. The couple are planning a February. 1956 wedding. Joseph Goldwuxm. •wmt of MIAMI HEBREW WOK STORE 'WASHINGTON AVi. 'HONE JE 8-3840 I %  Mioni Beach with o oil Complete Stock ef I j KUWOUS ARTICLES PWB H0M ISRAEL 1 W0M IN HEBREW BIRTHS MT. SINAI HOSPITAL — Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rackear Nov. 26. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrant. Nov. 28. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Newman. Nov. 28. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. William Segal. Nov. 29. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. William Friedopfer. Nov. 29. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jay. Nov. 30. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hurwitz. Nov. 30. Clothing for Israel Chanuka celebration was held by Golda Myerson club of Pioneer Women Tuesday evening at Congregation Beth El. Mrs. Ethel Shore, cultural chairman, was in charge. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. chairman of Israel supplies, announced an opeu drive for good used clothing to be sent to Israel. Collection station for clothing is at 1251 SW 22nd st. Vierfel Novel Discussed In 0RJ Review Series "The Last Temptation," a novel of life in Israel today, by Joseph Viertel. will be reviewed by Mrs 1. M. Wein-tein in the Empre-hotel on Monday evening. Dec. ID. The Greater Miami chapter of American Women's ORT is sponsoring the series of six book reviews All proceeds go toward the main tenance of world-wide ORT vocational training schools. T^GUST BROS Hy E ** Is thc BEST.' Social Gatherings i of All Kinds I ~ % %  ir parties weddings f it luncheons > it receptions For Htwrvotiom if 1-68! I ayony on TM lean m* M M* sts. Membership Social Slated Membership social will be held by Flamingo chapter of National Children's Cardiac Hospital on Wednesday evening. Dec. 21, at Melvin Cohen hall. 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Page 16 B Cypen Named Home Board Chairman President Abe Kurrain announced Wednesday that Irving Cypen, Miami Beach attorney and civic leader, had been unanimously elected chairman of the board of directors of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami. He replaces S. I. Bernbaum. who recently resigned because of moving to Wilmington, Del. The board of directors alsa elected to the board Mrs Sam Host and Julian Weinkle. outstanding communal workers in the Greater Miami area. Cypen. a former City Judge of Miami Beach, is also chairman of the Home's budget and finance committee. He is a member of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and preiident of Temple Kmanu-El Men'i Club. Cypen graduated from the University of Florida Law School magna cum laude in 1943. and served as an ensign in the U.S. Navy from 1943 to 194(1 in the European and Asiatic theatres He waa seven years old when his family moved to St. Petersburg from Chicago in 1918. Cypen is married to the former Hazel Abrams and fhey have five children. Members of the nominating committee which recommended Cypen. Mrs. Rost and Weinkle are David %  *••** Ootle Otr i There wiUbe l r ,. sinks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast.. .( thanks to "FOAMING ACTION"/ It floats dirt and grease right, down the drain I FAR F OR IMP FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula FAB contains' More Active Dirt Remover than any any other leading product, plus — not one, but two — of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered I Yet Fab is actually milder to hands than lead-1 ing floating soaps. i • f.r DISHES j %  gtoouiits / MNfiffflf I WOOLENS / SoKindtoHonds! *•*•* wWDCtrm FO ***** T00 j



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Page 10 A ;Jta^|fc£gi&& Morocco Sultan To Moke Choice Continued from Page 1 A shall 1H> named ai the Jewish member of the Cabinet leaves no other bilitj except to put the decision is the henrL of the Sultan,, it was Minted out here. The .lew i>h aaeRrtior of the government, although "he will hold the post of .Minister of Posts and Telegraph will actually represent the Inter eats of the approximately 800,000 Jews now living in Morocco. Juniors Lodge Schedules Full Holiday Program Juniors Lodge is planning a full holiday program for children, according to an announcement this week by Dr. M. A Marshall, director of the lodge. Dr. Marshall Wednesday said that the program will include seven full days at Juniors Lodge, plus New Year's eve. The full res ident camp includes all sports and games, a pool and an intensive arts and crafts schedule. Located at 3905 Sterling rd.. between routes 1 and 7 in Broward county. Juniors Lodge has also revealed the appointment of Leonard Rothbart of Beth David Congregation and Larry Schwartz. Miami Beach, as counsellors during the holiday program, A principal hinhliKht for chil The j 0s0 p h Duntovs will i dren iii be Frederick Dettmer, ,„.„,. hls 7()tn birthday Sunday Intensive By Miami Committee of B*?b: Collection Campaign Lay, '* srae!B ni An intensive collection camby the Greater Miami Com nut tee for State of Israel Bonds o redeem outstanding commit meats for 1055 purchases umed Wednesday by chairman Taenh Sher Sher note?l that there still J" 01 "? '"an Sioo and Israel cash now" U.S. Is Vigilant In New Fracas Continued from Page 1 A for yesterdays reprisal raid into Syria as well as todeny arms to Israel. Iraqi Ambassador Meussa Al-ShaChcrrles H. Netter. president of the local United Cerebral Palsy j ba ld tbc delegation that the United States is for "friendly impartiality organization, announces that Louis Gillman (left. state campaign chairman, has been appointed to serve as regional vicechairman in charge oi Campaign activities for the Southeastern region during the year 1956. Gillman has been active in the work of United Cerebral Palsy since its inception six years ago and has served on the state and national board oi directors. Stanley C. Hope, of New York City, president of Eeeo Standard Oil Co. and newly elected national UCP campaign chairman for the year 1956, congratulates Gillman on his appointment. „__^_ vis-a-vis the Arab States and oth ers." The Ambassador said the Arabs told Mr. Dulles that American-Arab relations were "unfortunately suffering from the behavior of Israel and Zionist organize, tions in the United States which are encouraging Israel" to the detriment of Arab American relations. Community Leader Has 70th Birthday; Cocktails are Order of a Garden Party j %  OOO ouic) urgenuy Guardian., 4&* 1 ** Chasing Vm:"jR that >,;„ fT r %  hip for IBM. e t t Almost all of 0 dians have renews %  creased, the.r ,; / 21" *r. but the G r ?3H* who can renew thisJ*! 22T l cadcr of ,h N i Bond drive noted. Samuel Friedland. dinner. man or Foreign M.nUtered the redemption of i commitment by Samuel n. urged all other persons2 announcements at the State to "follow Mr. K ling example." New Year's Ev Party | Tlfereth Israei SorthsM will hold a New Year's at the Center on Saturday l according to an anno" this week by Herbert second vice president. Saul is in charge of re known national!) aa "Uncle Pred dy." who funded the Last of the Mohicans. Dettmer is a blood brother oi the Iroquois and has helped organize Americana muin Nea York and Boca Hi j irb oi ail ages from four years up are eligible to parin the holi< Thi is a B 1 afternoon with in open honae cocktail part) m the garden of their Alton rd home Since arriving m Miami. Mr Duntov baa been jecretaij oi the s itthern DiatriCl of the Workmen's Circle, comprising six sout h e art ern i he history of the men's ( ircle in the South for with -i\ annual supple Mr Dunto\ la active in the h Fi deration, : the last five years he has beei n the i KI utive commit i wish Si tte ice He Is also active with the Hu Jewish d< whi< h Dr lui i Igi last Open House Saturday Eve B at Brit h (iirl-. will I Saturda) evening, IT. at the home ol BabWinocur, 159 s\v 33rd aet TO ALL cmnmes Phono* FR 4 8024 — f-6434 N. A. WHITTENBURG WHOLtSAlt ARTO MRRKS 1244 N.E. FIRST AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA e here he vio lire-. Nal Imember of the t". r i of the Yiddish Institute and the Cooh Culture He ta vice >l the JewLfh I-ahor Com mtttee and on the national council ol the Joint Distribution Committea Born in Krichev, a -mall town in White H Ma. where he obtained lu^ hasir JewtaR schooling. Mr Duntov. a mechanical and electrical engineer, is a graduate of the Tech RlKha Hochschule zu Charlntten burg, the European MIT He later became manager of the AHgemeine Kelektnzites (Jesellsehaft for Russia, and later in Paris After Hitler conquered France. Mr. Duntov es> caped through Spain and arrived in the I'nitcd States at the end of 1940 on an emergency visa obtained by the Jewish Labor Committee. He settled in New York, where, toTHE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS 4 CHANUKA CELEBRATION 1955, 8:30 P.M. SUNDAY, DECEMRER II, at MIAMI BEACH SENIOt HIGH SCHOOt 14th STREET and OREXEL AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH. FLORID*! Featuring: MIAMI REACH COMMUNITY SINGERS BEN YOMEN. Conductor STAN PORTER. Soloitt MARGARET YOMEN. Pianist IN A SRK1AI CHANUKA PROGRAM Alto "MY IAMD AND fOOt LAND" An Original American Operetta with Dances b BoroJi Sijf AH frc*i9 of Uy for Yo*>r Inlitt fimiiy Itttfttfl MOSER'S GULF SERVICE TIRO RATTfRIK WASH LUBRICATION 1240 W. Ont Stop Service FURiER STRHT PHONE PI Joseph Duntov Kether with his two BOBS, also engineers, he manufactured precise airplane part for the Army Air Force He retired at the end of the war and settled in Miami Beach C R f f T I N G S ft. Castillo Photo Studio John's Photo Studio Wotf-alMfs %  RrWeafiMt C Home Sittimgi Pouporfi Phofojfof R Ploife Sit N.E. Firot Avo. Ph. S2-M01 M7 N.t. Firtt Avo Ph 82-241* GREETINGS THE PATIO SHOP YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT AND SHOP. WE AIM TO PLEASE. 3640 Coral Way Phone HI 6-2549 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Finkel OrfflR Finkel Umbrella Frame Company Extend Best Wishes on Chanuka fo the Greater Miami Jewish Community Holiday Greetings To 41/ Geo. P. Karnegis Royal Baking Company 601 N.W. 7th St. Ph. FR 3-8685 150 DIFFERENT BAKERY ITEMS OFFERED BY ROYAL The widest variety ol bakery items available la South Florida it featured by Royal Baking Co. These famous specialty bakera serve all hotel, restaurant and institutional needs for bread, rolls, pies, cakes. eV\. from Weat Palm Bearh to Homeatead. Service is available by calling Royal Baking Co FR 3-8685. Season's Greetings GENERAL TIRE COMPANY Alton Road I Dode Boulevard Miami Beach JEW U. lit 420 Lincoln Road e WISH All THEIR MAM MMU A HAPPf CHAHVKA



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WayDe cember 16, 1955 id Sales Pass Mark Greater Miami Israel Bond the seoo.ooo I as an inten sh 8 ear rids already are nniru al a rale more than 15 Cot ahead ol 1954, Shef noted. ; m 300 volunteer workers are gM %  las) Thursday night at iJdiicaUonal Lyceum produced nt Slu.uoo in bond sales from emberol the Workmen's CirBonrl city manager Sidney Mr. and Mrt. Krevat Beth Jacob Will Open Melava Malkah Series Beth Jacob Congregation this week announced the first in a series ot Malaya Malkah pai Saturday evening, Dec. 17. in (i praised the elforts of J David Whitman Hall. ,,ik and rally chairman | Morris Krevat, chairman of Dunt"\ in Organizing the Beth Jacob's hoard ot education, Wednesday a,,I that tl project will support the congregation's religious school. Mr. and Mrs Krevat. of the Wal burne hotel, will be hosts .,t this first Melava Malkah. Pro-AnV Golfers Eye Tournament Af Westview C!>ib id will! Named to head the dual eenl un < the auspice ol the Combin'. w,sh Appeal is John Serbin • In CJA work and in "eslviev programs. Serbin has Bernard Wagner, David I : onHecht, Jr M vice chairmen in charge ol the big tournament. The ian t 27" trophy, now on at Westview Country club, bears the named six winnerwho tied in last year's event. Individual trophies were also awarded to the sextet finishing first while playing along-side of such professional masters as Sam Snead. Lou Worsham, Pete Burke, Claude Harmon, Dub Pagan, Ansel Snow, Jock Hutchinson, Clyde Ursina. Jack Cummings and Lou Barbaro, Page 3 A REOPENING FOR THE 10th SEASON FRIDAY, 4 P.M.-DECEMBER 16th Katz's Kosher Restaurant 500 Collins Avenue Phone JE 1-7235 HNEST QUALM 0>HER FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES IET US ARRANGE Y0BR WEDDINGS, BAR M1TZVAHS, ENGAGEMENTS and OTHER SOCIAl FUNCTIONS j Complimentary Beer, Wine or Soda on Opening Night • • %  ting and in sellng bonds. [(Hazier al' i reported that preplans are being formu|ted lor an international conferee of the Israel Bond organizam in Miami Heach during early wruary. for rour HEALTH'S SAKE visit A CHIROPRACTOR Dr. Arthur H. Shapiro 150 LINCOLN ROAD, SUITE 52* PHONE JE 1-0813 DR0SD LUGGAGE I NOVELTY CO. "The Best for Itss" Genuine leather Belli and luggage A Shoes Repaired Affiliated mhk KING'S SNOE REBUIIDERS *7* ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8-9487 HAPPY CHAUUKA TO All STORKLAND 998 W. Flagler St. CORNER 10th AVENUE t FLAGLER |W0 FULL FLOORS OF TOY DISPLAY Btwtor Service • Air Conditioned • Serf-Service Or Soles Help • Push Carts lor Super Service VST STOIKLAND J0YLAND MR. rtJMPEtMlK SEZt *"* nV You Come i p and mm M,f Pantry Sometime? PUMPERNIK'S PANTRY NOW OPEN Adjactmt fe rVmpewrtfa 7( h* rolling Ave„ Miami Boa-h 1 ^H'S FINEST BAKE SHOP AND DELICATESSEN DPhiE Alumnae Will Drag 'Guys, Dolls 1 DPhiK Alumnae Association of dealer Miami will celebrate the holiday season with a "Dolls and Guys Drag" on Sunday evening, Dec 18, at the home of Mrs. Benjantin Weiner, 1245 Mariola ct., ("oral Cables. In charge of reservations for the buffet supper affair are Mrs. Wilbur Wishner. 810 NW 84th ter. and Mrs. Nathan Zwitman. 5565 SW 2nd st. SPARKY now presents \{ JACKIE m BURNS and hi* Krazy Kapers The Mad Genius of the Piano kShow Starts Promptly af 10 p.m.I No Advance in Prictt A1SO GLORIA PANIC0 MICKEY 0700LE HANK KING OPEN Till 5 A.M. Free Parking I The GERALD SCHWARTZ PUBLIC RELATIONS AGENCY announces the addition of RICHARD RUNDELL of the MIAMI HERALD as a partner in the new firm of SCHWARTZ & RUNDELL PUBLIC RELATIONS COUNSEL 4111 North Miami Avenue Miami 37, Florida TEIEPHONE PI 8-9500 o TEIETYPE: MM 284 CABIE: GSCHWARTZ > c NEW YORK OFFICE: PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGEMENT CORPORATION 380 MADISON AVENUE OTHER OfEICES IN: CHICAGO BOSTON PHILADELPHIA DETROIT CLEVELAND LOS ANGELES NEW ORLEANS HOUSTON TEL AVIV Representing: Di Lido Hotel Maxwell Company, Inc. Pumpernik's Holiday House STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS m 981 N.E. 79th ST. CAUSEWAY MIAMI MONEY TO RE-INVEST? Put idle funds to work — earning the highest interest rate any Florida commercial bank is permitted to pay — in an insured savings acV count at this friendly institution I PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI FLORIDA | MEMIEI FtO€Ai RBMAVI srsriM • #l HDflAI Dt*OSlT_'NSUANCI COtF : S F. W< St al 3rd Ave Phone FRonklin 4-72H • •••••••• 0.0 ••••••••••••J % 



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Page 2 j + lrn*ncr*tiati Wiley Promises U.S. Will Not Sell Out Israel in New Munich _jndoy. Dec* Hundreds ol Zionist leaders from -even Southern states were Sunday night assured that the U.S. will not abandon Israel in the present Mide.ist crisis. Israel will never give up one inch of its land without a fight no matter who suggests it or demands it," Dr. Neumann declared The Zionist leader took to task IS. Sen. Alexander Wiley, of! G reat Britain lor suggesting that Wisconsin, told the gathering of .after the Arabs develop a superiorZionists that "we stand with Is ity in weapons, peace will come in rael" and indicated that the gymthe Mideasl Dr Neumann said pathy of many of the legislators in that the British want another the U.S. Congress were with the Munich. Only this time Israel will new Jewish state not be a second Czechoslovakia Some 500 persona at the second This time Israel vrill tight, and not annual dinner oi the Southeast re like the Czechs uho depended M on oi the Zionist Organization of the guarantee! "i the Western America Sunday evening in that powers, which never were impie tainebleau hotel, including mented. lert oi almost everj Jewish Vou cannot via pence with ap group in the Greater Miami area, peasement," he said, "and the last spiritual leaders and Christian war proved it." -is heard Sen Wiley declare Abraham Goodman, former Ifiathat America was the first nation mian and national Zionist leader, HI nize the democracj oi the State "i Israel. kmeiHa M i ll not sit idly bj now watch that nation perish ,\n> such development would he utterly i ntrarj '" (| r traditions md Ln> : ests, he said. Dr Kmanuel N'ei.mann. chair waa toastmaster. Seymour B Lieb man. president oi the Southeastern n was chairman Among other top personalities present ware Mlaa Hannah stein. executive director of the American Zionist plUld. I>r Morton Bobbins. Vice president oi the national Zion .in ii the Jewish Agency and one is| Organization. Circuit Judge Pal oi tin leaden who argued for the Cannon, former U.S Senator tition Of Bale..tine before the Claude Pepper, and Col, .lack ArIN. seriousb explained the Israeli Wl> of DEADLINE NOTICi All general news copy for publication in The Jewish Floridian mutt be in our offices at 120 NE 6th st., Miami, by Tuesday noon. To insure their publication, photographs should be on our desks by Monday at 5 p.m. Spiritual leaders who wish their services listed in the Religious Directory should continue -to have their notices in our offices early Monday. Copy reaching The Jewish Floridian after these deadlines will be set aside for publication the following week, providing it is still newiworthy. Record $1,750,000 Goal for '56 CJA Continued from Page I A REV. ABRAHAM SEIF Mohel Assocmfeo* With All Hospitals in Creofer JWN Telephone JE 1-3840 DA.LY PICK-UPS TO NEW Y0 R K M. LIEBERMAN & SONS .point oix iew He said Israel is willDinner committee consisted ... Dr. Morris Coodnian. honorarv I to compromise -hut no, teed a chairman S( wn( ur K ,, ( .„m;m. with territochairman, Joseph M RoM chairman. Munich-tjpe sell out rial concessions." Miami Takes Share In $25 Million Push Continued form Page 1 A ci Rabbi i I n emergency as in 1948 %  enemii i| the • NII' %  he (Old '• i .1 \ executive vice chair• isively for .. I resettlin] ;IHNMI :i .U ws in Israel The North African Je* has no afore the law," he said, there 1no Indication that • ll riL'h, will ever he i:r;int 1 are mounting and N rth African da u 'Bnj ... „ Arab, is iqueezuig the jeu <>ut R >0i Rosenberg to Speak n Hat.b. Vaakov Bosenberg. Beth : l weinkle. a former campaign David Synagogue spiritual leader chairman and Federation pres, will IKguest speaker at a luncheon introduced the resolution in meeting ol the Miami Beach-Israel which the group pledged unani-1 Zionist District mous support to meet the dial noon. Dec 21. at the current Israel crisis tel CJA chairman Sam J. Heunan saul Wednesday that "'every passing' day brings Israel closer and closer' to a perilous war situation. Miami | must move forward quickly and boldly to set an inspired exa.nple lor the rest of the nation. What] Miami does will set the pace for! other American communities'" lli'iinan paid, "We can save thousands of Jewish lives now if we determine to put aside all other considerations and give unified support to the drive." Ileiman joins a Miami delegation this weekend to fly to New York to attend the annual national I'JA conference at the Waldorf Astoria hotel Dec 16 and 17. Golda Myerson, Israel Mmhtcr of Labor and Reconstruction, will be principal speaker. LOCAl AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND NIW JH3ET o PHILADELPHIA e MlTlgmi ALBANY • WASHINGTON e BOSTON PROVIDENCE MI all other paints Weekly Service Fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Avo., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-M Film on Prejudice Shown by TV Station The film. "The High Wall.' was presented Thursday on educational channel WTHS-TV in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Hotei Motel Home ami Apart] ment House Owners ... 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Page 8 B + i fr ,i 90th -i Surl announced Ihe engagement ol then tide formerlj ol Merion, Pi daughter, Shaloma, t<> Dr Howard Miss Shawmut i> a native BosFiance is Wharton School Senior Elaine Taylor will be bride ol Eliot Mason Daniels some time In June. Their engagement la being announced b) Mr and Mn S, T r, parents ol the bride eleel The) live ;il 4856 i'me Tree dr and are formerly ol I barlotte, N C Mr Danit la i^ the ran ol i>r and Mrs. Benjamin Damcis ol Boston. The bride-eled attended Dana Hall Preparatory School and graduated from Miami Beach HiRh School, she attended University of Michigan and inow a junior at University ol Miami She i* a member "i Alpha Epcilon Phi sororit) Mr. Daniels is a graduate of Boston Latin School. He is Completing his senior year at the U/harton School of Finance and Commerce of the University of Pennsylvania. the hotel eviLLe has everything EVEN A SPECIAL KITCHEN observmf. dietary laws and with complete banquet faolities. FOR INFORMATION: %  MtY NUFENIS T J I 44721 OCEANFRONT 29th to 30th Street MIAMI BEACH OWING DECIMMI 2ltl 8 flaHtt'tafel SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re*. U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI tEACN FT. IAUDERDAIE WIST PALM MAC! so easy to boy with your MORRIS BROS/ Revolving Charge Account pay nothing down ... 1/3 your balance each month and NO CARRYING CHARGE MORRIS BROS. 70 E. FUGLE! PHONE 12-4441 toman She is a iiraduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the Hebrew i niversitj ol Jerusa lent in Israel She will receive her Bachelor ol Education degree in secondary and elementary education from the University of Miami in June. Dr LeaM la I native Philadclphian. served with the Air Force during World War II lie is a raduate oi the University of Pennsylvania medical school and is now a resident physician at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Rosensons Reveal Natalie's Troth The betrothal of Natalie Rosenson and Mars m L. Stein is being announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Rosenson, 2257 SW 11th st. The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Bruno Stein and Mrs. Hortense Stein, both of Elizabeth. N.J. Miss Rosenson attended Miami High School, where she was president of Omega Delta Psi Council. Mr. Stein attended Jefferson High in Elizabeth and University of Alabama where he belonged to Alpha Epsilon Pi. He was graduated from Rutgers I'nversity and is now in the Army. Holiday Donee Sunday Coral chapter of the American' Medical Center of Denver will hold a holiday dance at the Btltmore Terrace hotel on Sunday evening. Mrs. Milton Ross and Mrs. Ralph Gitlin are co-chairmen of the event. Square Dance Due Tuesday Harvey Wein. president of the Young People's League of Tifereth Israel Northside Center, this week announced that the group will be hosts at a square dance Tuesday evening. Dec. 20, at the Center. '" %  %  %  • • Lula Jones Ffewera Far AN Occasfcas D I I I V I I T • Cat Flowers • Patted Plant* Cerseees • rvaeral BeslfM • Weddwft 1*10 S.W. Ith STtlfT Phone FR 4-5790 Interiors Dii!i.,cii,. Famish!.-!* •41 M.E. 125th Street "ertfc MfcMi, Fie. FV Ft 94240 fyi*Kfr4e& rtfout 7 The lakeside Kendall dr. home of Mr. and Mrs AIK. be the site Sunday of^a holiday social affair for m,.n!i Com *"r eastern chapter of the National Association ol Chi w*u t h J executive director of Jewish Family Service here 1 Mu* Florence greet some seventy guests as they taiLr hel Pt holiday season. diner lo celebrate Helpingpour at the tea and .coffee urns will ho Mabel Dean, visitintf teachers with the hade Countv R i Ev,ni; Instruction, who arc in charge of refreshments f. k of Poj for Ihe event is Mrs. Prances Clarke, of Veteran* \,il 8 re m lia Flo will be assisted in her duties as hoatew i If^M of Travelers Aid Society and overall chairman and AT?! 0,Y l Kamily Service staffer here. Also m the reeei,., ? Robw < Dorothy Alberts, another Travelers Aid staffer e Wl11 HAPPY BIKTHDAY TO A9KS. MYtK NEW WINTIS klSIOtNTS Polly and Baron de Hlrsch Meyer were hi ... ik-j<-. tl home la at a dinner in honor of Barons mother u Meyer. Some 50 guests turned out at the .%  :;. which hnn^V* on the occasion of her 85th birthday. The i Mrs Ma party dress of pink and white. Polly'* gown w. ol whitaT,/!! n>lon tulle. "' 1U| J 8 H The Paul Cettinoers have finally settled into their newlv —J winter home at 5840 Pine Tree dr. With lau her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mr. Martin A. Gattingar" and daughter Jill. HouseguertinR it with them for several weekt3 Dr. Herman L. Reis, president of West Side I d !" J Association of New York. Paul is chairman of the board of West Side and a member oil law firm of Cettinger and Gettinger, New York Son Martin ui a member of the firm. COCKTAILS AND DINNiK FOt ONE HUNMED SORORITY CAPEtS Jane and Charles Leeds were hosts at their Bayfront Manor! Sunday to some 100 guests, who welcomed in the holiday veasoij Cocktails were the order of the afternoon. Seen exchanging creed over drinks were Marcella and Jerome Hofmayer with Miriaan Morton Grant. Also helping Jane and her National Airlines captain husband i in the MM were Muriel and Max Cohen and Ruth and Jamts i of the men's sportswear firm here. Jane and Charles were dinner during the evening. Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at the University of Miami held i|J nual winter formal at the Balmoral hotel Saturday. PreMdiifJ cocktails and the dinner dance were Edna May Levin*, pre Elaine Millmen, vice president; Barbara Letsaitar, treasurer; Jacobs, corresponding secretary; and Susan Meltxer, social chair LATIN QUAKTU PfOGKAM PLANNED AT LUNCHtON The West Rivo Alto island home of Mrs. Sidney Schwirti was) site last week of a luncheon for committee members of National i of Jewish Women who are planning a dinner dance at the Latin I Dec. 21. Coordinating the function with Mrs. Schwartz is Mrs. Gertmen, administrative vice president. Miami and Beach division < men Mrs, Herschel Leschel and Mrs. Herbert Math** reported advanced reservations. Also present at the luncheon were table arrangements chain Mrs. Saul Pohn and Mrs. Seymour Somerstein. Now Open Hair Fashions Tena-Kay 1460 WASHINGTON AVt This is Our Optning Special This Week: Helene Curtis Permanent Complete $5 Wash I Sat $1.50 Clairail $2.50, Set $1 W FVI OPERATORS 0NIY CALL JE 4-2125 j % A UNIQUt HOLIDAY EjEffJ A COUtSI Of TttATMlNTS AT If BODY TONE MASSAGE SAMJ* I \ Derethy L Je..., ftkyr. Eve-tefl k \J£5\ % I 132 Mieerce Ave.. Cera! OaMes J" 1 Hearted er Air CeeJed es the Weather 0***"* HOUSE Of PICTURtS el?' ••••etion of Fins Print* Oils Egravmg, Mod.rn Traditional


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= Je i*i' n nrMfar b, Simonhoff He ads Women' s Division Second Year i Simonhoff. local ————— wuu i VUI Page 5 B mufl Simonhoff, loeil L > widw. was Wednesday named •J..n for the second conaecu"^Sr of th %  rish APPI Wome'g .*•>*. fTnnoimonH'nt of the appointTa< made by Mr*. Irvin* frman. I"v,-,on president. "Under Mr Sirrionhffs direeDivision last the Womens r tr cp. an all time record in the "*," drivc Women volunteers Ed nearlv %l 60.000. 13 per cent [the total funds gathered in the (Esimonhoffs appointment to L post ol chairman climaxes fc/years of service in the CIA ivfs'ar! with the Greater Miami ri>h Federation. She is a memo( (he board <>f governors and 1()w: '!i the hudget committee. ha diroi ted many events for .... Division since the ,.t Federation and was cha ,j'..,, ,i 'Luncheon l"nirted." it" ^"men's Division exHganza which attracted nearly persons, for throe years, Mrs. Simonhofl ppresidenl ol Hadassah, Greater chapter, and also held the Htion at parliamentarian of the Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff also been vice president of Mt. Sinai Auxiliary. She is a member of Temple Israel and other social fr„ PIUSgiving wi ma ke the difference n 1B56." said the new wZZ n a n ddreSSing a WhSng^ weeT 6n S Th D J V,s,on le.dera thi. week. The crisis in Israel in all itshistoric significance has been brought home ,„ us by Mrs ^ n n women 7 enS Wh re P res ented the 'women of our community on her "This year, more than ever before, the Women's Division must he prepared to make additional sacrifices in time and energy M wel j u Increased giving in order to rtwnjthen Israel's economy" she stated. Mrs. Simonhoff further emphasized the major role being assumed ttj tilwomen in Greater Miami in the mattei ol personal responsibility towards Jewish iffairs. She urged "wholehearted and selfless devotion" to the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign scheduled to open officially on Jan. 29. and a KIl ,JI r ..... -— %  _._... -jh regional board. She has I and cultural groups. 'level of generosity over and above Hr„);„ "^^^^ %  ^ % % % % % % % % %  ISSISSISISBSBI !" the division achievements of last, eaain 9 activities of the Chanuka concert by students of year." The second campaign plan le m P Zion last week were Rabbi Alfred Waxman (center). Ding meeting of the Women's Divispiritual leader, and Miss Dorthea Dubler and Miss Josephine Send, kindergarten directors. sion will be held at the home of Mrs. Simonhoff Tuesday. Dec. 20. Niie for the Aged Women's Auxiliary Will Hold Party lAnnual Chanuka party will again be celebrated at u gla< Gardens, Jewish Home for the Aged. S-int afternoon. I>ec. 18. Mtabbi Tib) r Stern, spiritual leader of Congregation nh Jacob, will speak to residents. Cantor Mauric inehev also of Congregation Beth Jacob, will sing ig< specially dedicated to the happy festival sot Mrs. Frances Berliner, accordianist and singer, I present a group of folk and Israeli songs. (Mrs. .^!o^e^ Krieger, winner of Dade county cournward and named "Lady of Grace and Charm" Hher with her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Fink, who atly returned from a trip to Europe and Israel. are co-hosting the party, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Schlesinger, who are celebrating their 48th wedding anniversary. Chanuka gifts will be distributed to all residents Refreshments will be served. Mrs. I.ouis Makovsky. program chairman, has on her social committee the Mesdames Isidor Cohen, founder of the home. Max Greenberg. Tobias Sussman. Morris Kriegel, Philip Markel. Hannah Cohen, Charles Greenberg. Edward M. Deehl, Harry Smolin. Nathan Nash, Jack Entine and Milton Morris. All parties at Douglas Gardens are sponsored by the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged. TO ALL ... GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT BREAKFAST Music 153 N.E. 1st Street LUNCHEON DINNER Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733 %  nttf* 7tli & Collins Avc Miami Beach THE SOUTHS FINEST BAKE SHOP AND DELICATESSEN • r **** Coast Fisheries, Inc. West Flagler Str^t—At the Bridge % %  WfckMU 4 i.t.il Uf Umt-4 fr H.olHi I Jersey Charlie's RESTAURANT SYRIAN AND KOSHER FOODS OUR SPECIALTY All Syrian Pastries baked in butter on premises. We use only Pn'me Kosher tomb & Beef. Cm 24 HOURS "A SANDWICH TO A BANQUET" 181 Sunny Isles Blvd. Ph. 816-9419 Grand Opening %  S OUSTBUO*RVi 1^1* th. ISt SI' __ The Original BATTISTA'S IS BACK 4041 N.W. 7th ST. We're out to please in food — in prire — in pleasure. Serving the finest in Italian or American dishes, home-made Lasagna, Ravioli. Veal Scallopini. Chicken Cacciatore. Steaks and Chops. Come Dine ... Where the Atmosphere and Surroundings Are Most Charming • Ample Parking Space



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Pocje4A +Jewis*fk>rl<0ar> wJewisfr florid ian Publlahad avary Friday elnca 1W7 by tha Jawlah Floridian at ISO N. C. Smth Straat, *tlml 1, Florida Entaraa a* accond-claaa matter July 4, 1*30. at tha Post Offlea of Miami, F!a., undar tha Act of March S, 1ST*. Tha Jawlah Florldlan haa abaorbad tha Jawiah Unity and th Jawiah Waakly. Uimbir of tha Jawlah Tala. graphic Agancy, Savan Arta Faatura Syndicate, Worldwide Nawa Sarvlca. National efltaral Aaaoelatlofi. Amar. lean Aaaociation of EnglnhJewnh Nawapapara. Florida Praaa Aaao ciatioa_. _._ ._ -... -._ ;. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E Sixth Strse* Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 Tha Jawlah Florid Ian doaa not auarantaa tha Kaahnith of tha marcbandiaa arlrartlaed In Ita columna Ona Vaar tS.OO T Two Ya ara -— X_S t aaaasa__iaj_ia_SSMBia^BJL_ i I I I L I || I H "~ *" % % % %  Friday, December 16, 1955 Volume 29 Number 50 Teveth 1, 5716 Miami Takes on a Major Responsibility The United Jewish Appeal is currently asking Jewish communities across the nation to come up with an emergency fund of 25 million dollars Vo assist Israel in moving and resettling spme 40,030 Moroccan Jews. The Jewish State requires these additional funds because of the aggressive position of its Arab neighbors and the recent 80 million dollar military arrangement between EgyDt and the Communists. In diverting a major share cf her operating budget to defense needs, Israel looks to Jewry overseas for assistance in continuing her humanitarian migratory programs. In this regard, UJA executive vice chairman Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman Sunday called upon M:ami Jewery to assume Its share of responsibility in raising the 25 million dollar emergency fund. Rallying behind an unanimous resolution to meet the challenge, some eighty top leaders of this area immediately pledged to support the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal and to give over and above the amounts they contributed last year. This is an indication of the fact that Miami Jewry is not "tired"—that it cares about the destiny of Israel in this, her critical hour. In promising to pitch in with some S375.000 beyond the 1956 CJA goal in Miami, these leaders aze reacting realistically to a desperate situation. Federation leaders in this regard are already calling for self-discipline among affiliate groups here not to engage in splinter campaigns during the coming critical months, so that goal plus Miami's share of the national emergency fund can be achieved. Priority should certainly be a top consideration, in light of the fact that Israel's enemies well recognize the import of national UJA contributions to the Jewish State. Ambassador Farid Zeineddine. of Syria, heading an eight-man delegation consisting of representatives from Egypt. Irag, Jordan, Lebanon. Lybia, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen, Tuesday told John Foster Dulles that American Jewry's contributions to Israel "are allegedly philanthropic." Actually, the Ambassador said, "they are going to build up the state, so indirectly through tax exemption the United States is itself contributing." There can be no better guarantee of the potent value of giving to Miami's Combined Appeal. By succeeding in the 1956 campaign Miami will rightly take its place among the top Jewish communities of the nation in assisting Israel when she most needs it. A Civil Liberties Message Judge Simon H. Rifkind will be guest of honor at an annual meeting of the Southeast region of American Jewish Committee on Sunday evening at Westview Country Club. Subject of Judge Rifkind's address in "Reflections on Civil Liberties." At a time when news from the Near East and between the great powers on the matter of coexistence seems to be approaching the critical stage, we must not lose recognition of the fact that many event* on the homefront require our careful attention. Among these are desegregation and religious instruction in the public school system of our nation Additional aspects of civil libertarian problems, including the American security system and standards for government employment practice, as well as a host of others, are all vital aspects which affect the U.S. community at large and which, must remain uppermost in our thoughts if we are to remain vigilant in guarding democratic society. Judge Rifkind, an expert on civil liberties, will bring an important message to the AJ Committee annual meeting, filling in the gap between today's developments and those of just a year or so ago, when the sanctity of individual freedoom was being so sorely taxed by many thoughtless statesmen. *ww*w* w w*ww^^ Durina The Week ... A M •* LEO MINDLIN 8* ; iM STILL LOCKED QUT Samuel Prosterman Passes Samuel Prosterman passed away last week at the age of 72. The local Jewish community sincerely mourns his loss. Mr. Prosterman, since his arrival here about 11 years ago, wholeheartedly devoted himself to numerous philanthropic, religious and cultural causes. His activities in behalf of the Jewish National Fund brought him national recognition only two days before he died. It was largely through Mr. Prosterman's efforts that Miami Sunday held its first annual JNF dinner. a Mendel Fisher, national executive director of JNF, presented Mr. Prosterman with a plague in recognition of his devotion to Israel. The community will miss Mr. Prosterman's guiet devotion to many worthwhile local, national and overseas programs. A Bar Mitzvah Celebration Temple Beth Sholom marked its Bar Mitzvah anniversary at ceremonies last Saturday evening in the Hollywood Beach hotel. Thirteen consecutive years of devotion to any activity represent a remarkable record. It is especially significant for a synagogue or temple. For the function of the House of Worship is to minister to the spiritual, cultural and educational needs of its congregation. In doing this. Temple Beth Sholom has steadily progressed to become one of the very vigorous religious centers in the Greater Miami area. Temple Beth Sholom was organised thirteen years ago with a mere handful of families constituting its membership. Today, after expanding from its original site, the congregation numbers some 800 families. The Bar Mitzvah anniversary Saturday evening was especially significant, coming on the second night of Chanuka. For as the Feast of Light, marks the ancient Jewish ^dedication of the Temple debated by Antiochus. Beth Sholom s celebration marked the dedication of its new sanctuary and the rededication of its congregation to the Temple's true meaningHouse of Peace." The Greater Miami area applauds the progressive achievement of all synagogue, and centers here as a true expression of basic Judaism. In this regard, the local Jewish community welcomes Temple Beth Sholom'. new era of service. ; in the Kont.meblesu hotel. Quoting M#v| !" '" Su ndiy a^'Clf* *? r £** t !" ***** deluded the St 1 "" • l ftfufyann ,faid ut. a*y ^sthiction l*tw* n m 3* *m Dr. Emanuel Neumann made a splendid olea Israel at a dinner sponsored by the Zionist Oreaniiati Cau nuig '* k ~ tfit.t.i..i,i.— k__i. _.. arriv Dr. .,, factors is folly. This observation arose from the ZM !?>dictum that "there are times when moral consider S? ******* expediency." • lon m "st yieTd] Dr. Neumann remarked that such a time dare nev politics and morality necessarily need to work hind ,TH !"*- %  struction of Czechoslovak!*, he felt, is history's an,w-rS£ ^ not very lamented BriUh Prime Minister's ethical axiom L *** he said, that appeasement through the sacrifice of h,m,?* tk does not slake the tyrants appette. human "He. All of which was a saethod of warning the Western new Munich in the Near East would never solve the ,'iii,! !' W l and the Arab League. Dr. Neumann', case waarE — in the face of the fact that he was, as Assistant Se< retarj of State! Near Eastern Affairs, doing his very best to prevent it a • a • THERE SHALL BE NO NEW MUNICH In short, if one can speak of pleasure in such critical m would have been pleasant to relive Mr. Byroade"a greatest "succesfl his appointment as U.S. Ambassador to Egypt. In this capacityreward for the first evidence of U.S. firmness toward Israel eveoul Arabs were engaged in breaking the Armistice Agreement! and bit ading the Suer Canal—Mr. Byroade made his, and our go\ernme greatest blunder. The outcome of that blunder became known to the peoples of I world on Sept. 27 last, when Egypt's military junta announced iUi arrangement with the communists. The "new look" policy, desi. among other reasons to contain Russian encroachment on the Near! had failed. Young genius Byroade delivered the Arabs into the I of the enemy—where the history of two world wars consistently la them. Dr. Neumann implored that our State Department not eaio itj feat with further appeasement. Referring to lYime Minister Anthony Eden's latest "mediation plan," in which Israel would| called upon to make territorial concessions to the Arabs. Dr. reaffirmed his belief in the politico-moral equation There no new Munich," he warned, "no selling out of our only ally in the I East. If anyone thinks Israel can be terrorized or cajoled into ce land, he is mistaken." Dr. Neumann's alternative was. of course, based on the cur Jewish State request: arms from the U.S. to counterbalance Eg military acquisitions from the communists and a security pact—as i to include any nation in the Near East which would care to join. • m SEN. WILEY COMES TO THE RESCUE Dr. Neumann expressed valid doubts as to the final outcome] Israel's current plea. These revolved about the fact that no reply! as yet, come from Washington vis a-vis the arms request and that tb is little hope for two thirds of the Senate to ratif> a security pact Israel. The Zionist leader's doubts were rigidly enforced, it a him be acceptable to Zionists, his poor censor mechanism i Q( ^ speak his true mind. In this sense, he raised the vicious c ^ u allegiance, while promising that he was not among woes Continued en VH 7 A



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numb er 16, 1955 LfC AL NOTIC^ -£-T^j, E R FICTITIOUS '""an iN.W. Tttt .. ...gister-ld •./;.;,, „, ,,,,. circuit i" 1 "",. in i ri"H \,.... %  Miami. Ha..|lnI ,.,„, with.the „url of Pnde I :;';'| |>.\IAN M."partner fefr. i,.|.|. SI 'I MN %  "' %  '' ;,r I artner [TTinrUIT COURT OF THE KiClAL CIRCUIT IN AND 'i^OE COUNTY. FLORDA 10 NO. 185169 Sl-S.-MAV rl'itlff. nrR i: i : JVY l.K". I '* '''' %  ^OF' P UBLICATION KpERirK i uso and SSw:v LI his "-• ffa: N/". „. ,f living, and [ ,„ heirs dev|**V, 'Ignees, IlenL ,„other lalmlnj by. Mlh '•< "i" 1 '1 r against the „.nam.-i Hefendanie. and all CwTlnv right, title r Inlereal. fVfollowl"K -lew rlbed l>rop„.,,... l.mg. and being In Li, CuUiit> '"' la to w,,: rinKITI' % %  'ding t" the ... I Mat Book .!.li.Record. miv. nTida. iRK HKRBBY NOTIFIED I brought against >(K >urt for l>ade Chancery, hy %  STSSM N I'lalntllf. for the Mortgage on %  > •• %  and ren .,. „ : v.Il|".ll ,! v.\ K SI1.VKH. Miami 12. ilpr,. v ,,f i(i >,-n ei ther %  .Mill the Clerk answer or ... 3rd o! Da; have any |tS PAIL S'"T, or Judgment j | ol N r i HERMAN, nit i-.,uit Bj i..\\ coCRNOYEB, I •. pot) 'lei k TlCE INDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |fl \ I'.IVKN that %  i • -nguge in %  ; • tine of > i: STATION. N W I >|>a to r.-Klxter Sit.-, k of the I'll I ,..i i.l i II n UMnli HEARD IX K SOl.i'Mo.N !j-*t-U %  (or H Hi .u.l Ike frail. MI.III i I leach 39. Fla. %  ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • MKREItV QlVsTM that ragse. i engage In J aider Ih. • it name of fHAI.I.Rii. .\i STl'DIO, at ?N litre. I'll. i lila, Inin.with the Jta fir. ult i ..uit of l>nde %  r-.ri,:.. HARVEY. LEE _| i: Rli'il \i;ii UH A(.|L. .,MI .•tin Roe i:. .. Ii. Ha. % %  TlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ftIS TORI HY GIVEN that to engage In II n..me of LMKRIfAN ASH SWISS %  8 Hop ,. ;M7 Biaoavym i lot i.l... Intend* to ilth the nark "I '' %  ''•. I ':,.|e County, • \\ MK iola owner •tVI It ft MCLLOT 11* I ..ii Hi ,\ ink M %  ..mi, KU. % %  TlCE i-NDER FICTITIOUS HAMf LAW ,'l n 'i'VEN that %  %  mi %  ltln "' ''"gag. m tiliA SHOP. I i.l liable*. iei *H,d narm HI (Mart ..( TOOK, ".i:i. M(,| ,;,.,.,, ^ %  U Q Tr C OURT OF !" Ar. E C e AL CI CUITIN L^CHA^rp^NTYFUT3H%  E> No. 1t54M I I .CATION MOT :• i h.fin U1I il N'KR \.\ I %  /. '! Miami •< •U fill to bias i will inlay of %  'HERMAN, '** > I'leik NOTICE TO CREDITORR LILLIAN SVI.VIA KARBBR, T, AllI fr...||,or, 1 1 „., All pJJSTSj, Eatate S '" % %  l: "" 1 -' Ag. S,M £2gj nd each ol you. ,. cjaimi and demandi which you either of you, ,,,., ,,,,,. IKA j %  eatate o UlXUN SYLVIA!KARBER deceased Int.of IM.ICountj I ,.„ ,', to the Honorable Countj Jude" d a... r>un, y ,„ f "J*J the r offlcj. In the Countj Courthouie In l>ade Oaunty. Florida, within eutht calendarjnontha from the .la... „ ., flrat aubUcation baraoi Hald claima dreaa of th. lalmant and ... to an.I Praaeatod .. .,..,, .„, ,„ HUllle will I,, l.am-.l I >:i !• %  I >.-.-.-mU-i 7 \ | ]., HELEN IKMI-I.i: \ Executrix of the Uat will and Teatament of LILLIAN SYLVIA PARBER, MVEItS. IIKIMAN KAII.\'\ Attorneya for Executrix IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 36728-A* In It.ESTATE Or' SOPHIE ROTH, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor! ..ml All Persona Having flalniN or Demandi Againal Eatate: You. an.l each of you are herebj notified atnl required lo present an) clalins and demands which you, ut either of you, ma> have againal the estate of SOPHIE ROTH, deceased late of Dctda County. Clorida, t.. the Honorable County Judges "f Bade County, an.I flic tin same in their offices In the Count) Courthouse In Itade County, Florida, within i.:ir all n.lar months from the date of the first publication hereof Sai.l cbtimi or demandt.. contain the legal address of the laimant and to be sworn to and iiri-s.-ni.il as aforaaald, or H&me will te barred. See Section 733 the IH4'. Probate \. t 1 kau I '•' • maer ... \ l • 195." EDWARD ROTH A* Bxecutoi of the l-i-t Will and nt ol si .run: it. .in. i>e. • \ M ItEI'EI: At t..i Be) f..i Exi i utor IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 18532J %  < iR \ .i r \r.K. Plaintiff, \ i Rl IKEKT \V' SMITH. I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti • ROBER i u SMITH, I' • and Ail kown yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIrlEl) ih. n a Complaint rum been filed again following do* i Ibed .'• In I>u W ItS Terra. Miami, I I irl Y.-n .... %  iirebj quired to fl • original answer or othei pli I'lnlntiffs fomplaini with ti" 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court and serve a cop) of same on Piaintifisttorney, III-.NRY M CAIN %  %  -" **'< Piagler street. Miami, Mori.I;., on nr before the 3rd daj of Januai ) II '. othi W|ge the allegations of -aid I'om pUlnl will be taken aconfessed b) "jDATEP -it Miami, l>ade County, ptorida, this JOth da) ol November, | It I.EATIII'.ltM \N Clerk. Circuit ''""".,.. B) JVM W 8TOCKINO, Devut) Clerk HENRY M CAIN Attorney f..r Plaintiff 1330 W Klagler Ht.. Miami, riorili l2/2-*-l*-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY UlVfcri"-'t the undeihigned. desiring to engage in bualnesunder the n litlous nai PROVIDENT >NSTRrCTiON. a division of PR(VUEST HOMI IV PROVEMENT CO., mi. n.l to reglsiei aaid n..m.WiUl Ihe Clerk of the < lrcult Cowl "i Hade C .uul %  '' %  PROVIDENT HOME • IMPRi >\ EMENT in WILLIAM BRBTA.N I ioHERMAN HRETAN Attnrnev for Applicant 71 \v,st Plagler st 12/-'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE S*^^,!,! ,,,.. und..s, K ne.l./.-l.lna -• obualneas under the fi. P^yV^N^'lffif'. g2ET^-.£ Hti'YII 'EN H"MIIMPROVEMEN r i II \\ ll i.l \M BRETA.N 11 Kit M VN HRETAN Attorney rm ...ii.ant :i w. it l •-" £ TN OR CH O :NC E E RY UNT ^.^. UT M \RKEi: LEGAL NOTICE CHAN^^^^-.SrOR'lOA^S ^^HAWKMWORTH^K*! %  HAWKE8WORTH t. Residence unknown rOU AM F .? D,V ORCE tha g lii ', lu:,:l ; : : v NOTIPIED •"hrebj .. r o,i" 2S ; n %  • •" i.... y v:;'..;.:::.,'. % %  ,v, :i '" •••"-• : l.'f.a. he .,,":•,,' %  r '," i '• '• O. If von fill i 'nnuary. I5 fin. I win ludgmeni b) de '"The Jewish Plorldlan ;-NK AND ORDERED nt Miami ,-".'" 1 1 """ -' a) ... December E. B LEATHERMAN, 1 lerk Clr. nil .-.. B) JOAN .'. .1 l:\. IYRR ,...,,, Deput) i.EORQE \ ., BRIEN Plaintiff "" %  • %  de I n Bo levard i oral (iabli hlorida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that ii. undersigned, desiring ... engage in undei the fl. titiou name of PRIDE OK DADE COUNTY EGOS at Bog in. Perrlni. Fla., intends '" ;l name with the Clei k %  •I the Circuit Court ... Dad. County, Florida FOUNDATION INVESTMENT I ""MI'A NY. INC. u :•%  Page 15 A Pythian Sisters Elect Officers IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 185259 ELLEN S. BCOTT, Plaintiff, CHARLES R SCOTT, Jit Defi ndanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< CHARLES R SCOTT, .lit. • %  Savannah Street, S.E. Washington, I •' Yol" ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to lervi %  opy ..f youi to the 1 'omplalnt for Dlvoroi i lied hei eln on I i.i in COI I:MI. iN a l INK ii Ro id, Ml i Iii Ii, i Iglnal In the uf the Clerk ... the abovi Courl s the 6th da) of January, ..lit i'l i I%  Dati .1 this -"•"' "I S I9"'5. i: B l.K VTHERM \N. Clerk ol Cin ull Ci n.\\ (•Ol'RNOYER, ill Court Deput) < %  .: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 185065 MIT/.l M. SEIDES, Plaintiff, \ S. jERi 'ME SEIDES, Hefi ndanl NOTICE OF PUBLICATION T. JERi 'ME SEIDES %  .1 aha) Road Monse). New Yoi k ,,.,,.,, Y.ir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Complaint for Divorce has &e< n filed againal you, and you are hereo) required to serve I >> of your Vnswei to the ComplaJnl for Wvorce .,„ Plalntifl \" "."' '• '^ original Angwei In th. Offl. ol the Plerk "f "'•• Hrculi Court, on or before the Kh da) ol December. 1. otherwise the allegations ol said omplain) will b.taken as cqi ^nsud'uSi Htb day of N mber. • 1V E B I.I:ATIII:I:MAN. Ctork of the ch.uit Courl Bj w M W STOCKIstq Deputy i "lei k SOMMRR FRANK -\ WE8TON. E8Q8 Attorneji for I'lain.iff i ,,„. Lincoln Road I'.i.iiilinc Miami Beach, Florida 11/13 i' i rt ; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai ,.,;. undersigned, desiring to eiwage In L„.|n?ss under theJ'ctltious name ol TAtT-TEE STEAKS, l Ml Ifcw. -,,a \v int.-n.ls to reglst. ,-' 1 ; 1 V,.; ..,Clerk ofih*ClreM %  ""'• %  %%OTLOUIH KEPSLER .v GARS Attorney" for Applicant |--i w Placlel. SI IS 2--' Esther Ackerman has been elected most excellent chief of Gables Temple 11, Pythian Sisters. Others named for the 1956 term include Amy Dansky, excellent senior. Ruth Zonn. excellent junior; Ruth Blustein, manager; Sally Halbstein, treasurer. Mitzi Ler ner, secretarj'; Sylvia LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. „ NAME LAW M'll.-K IS HEREBY OIVEN that ini indersigned, desiring ... engaca In '"','.': M\ i ; p:,.!e i ;.,^: i ""~ S o" .IIM.NIA VPARTMENT8 at 1218 Sal *• %  '';• Stre., ,•„,,,, ,;,, M ,. S !„„.,„,:•';„ "wistei said name with the Clerk of i Court ..f Madcounty. ERNEST W. BENNETT D.B.A. BENNETT REA1 TV COMPANY (No In." I AtSXSFt l ll ; Z *ttoVneT-at.L*w rney .... Applli Street. Miami I'l... II. 9-1 12 18-23-30 l | Lynn, protector; Mollie Stoller, guard; Judith Blitt, pianist; and Marge Berkey, past chief. Installation of officers will take Place Jan. 3, with Helen D. Cohen as installing officer. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v NAME LAW MM. I, is HEREBY GIVEN that ring t.. engage in MADEIRA APARTMENTS at 40-4214 Madeira Avenue, Coral Gables, Intends to register said na with the cierg ..r the circuit Courl ..t i....i. ounty, Florida ERNEST W. BENNETT. D.B.A BENNETT REALTY _., „„ COMPANY (Nol In. i BARNETT PELTZ. Attorney-at-Law Attorney f.n Applicant IT:::. S.W. M|, Street. Miami I'l...in9-13S6 12/18-23-30 — l I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In %  under th.fictitious name of SALAMANCA APARTMENT8. at M0 Salamanca Avenue. Coral Gables, intends t.register said name with the %  rcull '..nit of I lade County, Florida. ERNEST W. BENNETT, l. i: A BENNETT REALTY COMPANY iNol Inc.) BARNETT PELTZ, Attorney-at-Law At tin.-, for Applicant W v|, Street. Miami Phone 9-13 %  12 16-23-30 %  l .: Piano Students to Play At Recital on Sunday Miss Estelle Pappas will present students at a piano recital on Sunday, Dec. 18, at the Shoremede hotel. To be heard are Karen Swartz, Steven Shapiro, Lynn Frohman, Michael Cowan, Phillip Frieden, Susan Portner. Carole Kane, Jeffrey Avick. Kenny Fischer, Arlene Silver. Mark Wickman. Linda Kassel, Joan Thaler, Joey Stromberg, Linda Adelman, Sandra LoU and Joey Solve. Post Office Urges Early Mailing in Holiday Season With the arrival of the holiday season, the Post Office of Miami this week urged housewives to complete their shopping for gifts to be sent throughout the country to insure the fact that delays will be at a minimum in the mail. N0 T.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMF I AW itlff %  MARKER K NOTICE OF PUBLICATION To: KA'I li; YOI has h NOTICE l'\neR F.r.TiTIOUS Dad, ,, CHNE1DER N0T1CE UNDER L ;jCT,T.O, Beach ..'..I „,,, ml lhid %  tS (Ml k ^mij/2--i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, di ring • • ngage In business under th. nai I ALLAN 8 BAR. at 700 B.W. 27th Avail i. % %  rhti :,.ito registi with the Clei k of the Circuit P ... 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Page 6 B + knintrk-rfifctfl "Security for Israel" is the theme of the Tag Day campaign of the Jewish National Fund Council to be held on Miami Beach Saturday night and Sunday. Some 150 representatives of Zionist groups here will take part in the campaign. Co-chairmen are Daniel M. Broad, president of the JNF Council, and Mrs. Jack Davis, recording secretary. Mrs. Miriam Press of JNF executive board, and Milton Miller, Council vice president, will assist. Workers committee includes the following: Front row (left to right) Minnie Wainer, Gertrude Baunkraut, Rose Marcus, Lena Mintzes, Beulah Davis, Sadie Rosch, Ida Bokspan, and Fanny Frown. Rear row are Erny Sugarman, Esther Garber, Eva Brown, Pearl Gratz. Sophie Krantz. Rose deYong, Sophie Seeman and Vivian Rosenthai. Ladies in Final Plans for Dec. 21 Fete on Beach Mrs Sidnej M Schwartz, National i of Jeni-h Women'i Section for the annual dinner danca t<> .ii the Latin Quarto Wednesday, Dec L*I entertained bers of her committee ;it luncheon at her home, 101 Weal Rivo Alto bland, It noon on Mmi daj I oordinatimj pi. nwith her was < vice president Mrs. >. m id Gertman Miami and Miami Becfa Division chairmen MrIkr u in %  Leschal and Mrllaabait Mathes reported that unusually %  If sale of tickets for the event haalready taken place Table arrangementchairmen Mrs Saul Coha and MrSeymour Somerstein stated that there were still -ime choice table locations left, and announced that they would allocate them in the order in which reservation! will be received Beth Tfilah Women Pick Mrs. Silberman MrAnna Silberman. former vice president of Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Tfilah. has i (i ii e l ected president of the women's organization Other officers named ;it an elec tion meeting ol Sisterhood this weak include the Mesdamea Dora < ohan, Fried.. Peldman, ROM Schneider, Rose Kaplan, Sadie Kramer and Vetta Tra-k. vice presidents. Bessie Jacobson, treasurer Rachel Kat/. ffrtfttinl treasurer; Esther Rackovajqr, chaplain. %  flat Luatlg, social secretary; and Boat Rudy, recording and finan1 cial secret an Mrs Silberman has served the Beth Tfilah Sisterhood in some official capacity for the past eight j ears Installation luncheon of officers will be at the Strath Haven hotel i'ii Mondaj noon. Dec. 19. NEW TIME FOR ; YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Naaatir'a Viddiah Classical Hour ill bs heard every Sunday from 1 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Two New Feature, "THEATRE NEWS" Featuring Simon Wolff •FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Shuihana Spector STATION WWPB 1450 on Tour Dial "•Jewish Forum On The Air" Evtry Sunday-10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 M dial) 1Vifc Verieni f Ht.rn NOW "A HlKITACl Of MUSIC" by lav. Sheldon Edwards rWrcad m. Oiractad by SIMON SEIDIN 503 S.W. 17* At. Pa. 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MM in charge of a white elephant Listen to SCHACHTER'S DAILY JEWMSH PROGRAMS Evacy Seadey 2 p.m. MMJ Maaday the, FrUy 4:30 pm. RADIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON VOW DIAL Tail frmtrmm 1$ the Firs* mmd JMS fa. lerfeaf UHtmimf AmimmM f r day, Dern^u —jjj^nhrr lg ialc Which followed th T\" K A "-'S o f > %  "oc ''^n,, 1 *buildi,f5L* COMINGTOHB^] S'oy.ii,.J^ It "'<•*.„. £-1 rv-.b.ouiii,,!,,,,,,-* '"Ml(iagH-[ ttaMaan, uini -** BEACOX •reodwoy ol 754 J., Ms, ft* Oie/ WmuH. ataiatiai 0a' WTVJ Television Program Schedule Friday thru Monday FRI. SAT. SUN. 7 Morning show | IS n ipl K ingmi I I I-' Ilanch 8 WV V Mil I Wihr K'nfiw 10 11 45 i"' r-'!"; xiJ""* 1 Kn y u an i**" i--nrceij II. i..n\ IIITI* Hmhv Tim* 50 v-ltani ; r .iy Ojrun •„,., This l, i. if, v.n.ntU4y Bhopp*. G uide F1ahlnf_riub_ sh..j., w r GaaJtI OaiOary Moon IBaftalo Mil IL'mp I !ary iteS? 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Page 14 B Jewls*fhrkOar turn SMEROTY — 'Ambassador' IntercKfrAnieriFa %\ \ Ovora Eton has bronchi Israel to millions of American womwi. Mrs. Elon is an attache of the Israel Embassy In Washingjaav BreaJ*iR#^rotiwfe^a-t sprint, Mitt. Eton's immediate' tusk li> thai ON THE 0< cil oi Catholic Women and WornfWhtif^ goOdftrjJirteti^'JgJregtfrtC en a International f*e that American women are so eon-id. rate decking her with flowers and thanks and olten times pleas to continue a personal corrc%  pondenos "Yet there are many things for which I want to thank them.'' she says All this that when she enters a meeting %  stranger, she departs with warmth in her wake. And no wonder. For when she spoke about "Israel Women" or Bel the Mid Fast Demon Israel, a Sociological study." she has that jjift of making Others lor that which she cares for • tdmitti dlj." • in submetter is constructive and ting, and then, too, I am not with fund-, politics or propaganda." Yet she explains her success when she adds — Far y Jon and DJV , decade preceding the establishment of th,. .,,' ?. f Jf immigratj in la LEOX WTTERMAX — same time, (iermany announced the enforced expulsion JiJf War and Hitler's "f.nal solution to the Jc"sh Z ^ around a bloody corner. It was at this point that the u? develop into the huge underground organization whichwHi from the gas chambers, and simultaneously spal in th i British Mandatory Government in Palestine a Forgetting for a moment (and God knows only f„ r desperate urgencies which intensified Mossad's giant reiiL' the fantastic ironies of the story emerge. There was a short the Nazi SS was working hand in hand with the Zioniststol "there OR so few barriers among illegally to Palestine. Later, in 1941. the British ottered to I •p. especially among moth-1passage of 700 "legal" immigrants if thej could afterwank] empty "refugee ship." which would not look s U sp, c jo US ?! ol the Danube, and thus bottle up Axis transport in the Outstanding Writers Sought hv Producers MGM production chiel D Schary, who started his Hollywoo 111 riser, saj 1 his studio is making even possible • ffort to briny outstanding and promising writers to MGM lor film assignments MGM is offering writers attractive contracts in the hope that they will r< nize the value ol writing for motion pictures Says Schan It .1 writer feels that he'd like time to devote to other writing projects, we're willing to accept mutually agreeable arrangements However, were hopctul that an exposure to screen writing will induce the writer to continue to write for the movies m the same manner as he writebooks, plays or television script Hollywood Schary contends, is in the midst of its greatest search for suitable screen materials, miking the development of writ ing talent all the more important. • • • Warner Brothers studio, which each year has purchased more and more novels from which to make its pictures, went all out on the book search for 1956 The latest purchase is Herman Wouk's No 1 best selling novel, "Marjorie Morningstar." for which the Warner Brothers have paid the author $850,000 for motion picture rights. Herman, by the way. earned more than $2,000,000 for himself with his last novel. "The Caine Mutiny." which was snowballed into a hit book. Broadway and motion pn-tun Band lea k r Artie Shaw, whose in; tei lal ea spades made the headlines lor years, recently told reporters: I m thinkmu of tat1 sixth wife why not? Solomon had a thousand wives, and he I.1 lynonym for wisdom." • • • Nl'.i TV is turning over $90,000 to Sol HUTOk for the services of the Sadler's Wells Ballet Co. for the "Sleeping Beauty" spectacular, which was done Dec. 12. This was Hank's initial contribution to the "Producer's Showcase" production. The $90,000 is morefr or less an approximation of a Sly gross during the ballet's recent Metropolitan Opera House season in New York. Hurok. who is the manager of dozens of other concert attractions, is taking his iirst fling at television with this presentation. • • • lack Benny has won his tax fight with the Federal Government. The case stems from Jack's switch from NBC to CBS in 1948 in which he sold an independent production company he owned to CBS. Question involved was whether the sale involving $2,260,000 would go under regular income tax or be classified as a capital gains deal. The tax difference means $650,000 which goes into Jack's pocket. RAVED no HOW IT I — Arabs Hit on Refugee Issue Thanks almost entirely to U.S.led action within the ad hoc political committee, the Arab states suffered another defeat this past week on the refugee issue. As the Syrian delegate. Ahmed Shukairy, at first seemed quite successful in enlisting a number of states in support of his "Antiochus-llke" proposal for the creation of a TriPower commission whose duty, he insisted, it would be to study plans for chopping off about one third of Israel's territory. The Arab defeat came when the committee, completely ignoring Shukairy's proposal adopted instead a resolution submitted by the United States, Turkey and the United Kingdom. This U.S.-inspired resolution requested, amonx other things, that "the governments of the area — meaning, of course, the Arab states — make a determined effort in cooperation with the director of the agency (UNRWA) to seek and carry out projects capable of supporting substantial numbers of refugees," No one in the committee misunderstood the meaning of this clause. Indeed, the day before the resolution was adopted. Ambassador James J Wadsworth — Mr. Lodge's able deputy — warned the Arab delegates in no uncertain terms that the UN could not go on indefinitely paying for refugee relief. He therefore call ed upon them to cooperate on long-delayed agricultural pro grams so that the refugees could be made self-supporting by these large land development projects. Wadsworth made special reference to the Sinai region and Jordan Valley projects. Following the refugee debates most carefully, this writer became convinced that, had not the US delegation taken the pro Irj,el stand it did during the almost three week-long deliberation — which saw one Arab after another in desperation make every attempt to sway the committee makes deal IN 1*45, the British issued 900 passes to Haifa and can ''d the immigrants to make sure no one I rded without, amazement at the "legal" arrival in Haifa ol 2.000 Jews\, have been explained by Mossad agent noticing that t I sergeant had orders to check, but not to count, collected 1 from the Jews on board and redistributed them to the waiti shore. British faces were red a year later in Milan, when I discovered that the Mossad, faced with the departure of: Jewish units under whose cover they had been operating.! ated a fictitious English army unit, staffed by men for British Intelligence officer in Italy was looking, and ran it 1 noses. On the other hand, an American sponsored venture 1 for further use when 300 orthodox rabbis, refusing to embi Sabbath in spite of special permission from Chief Rabbi: Palestine, paraded through Toulon, which, the author bitt "was not the most effective way of hiuing the departure < from the ever-watchful British." But if the highlights are often amusing, the sober against which they played is not. At the last, particularly,I lost "their sense of proportion and their sense of humor." the brothers Kimchc point out. with their extraordinary fai is to the unquestionable credit of the British that they I end, neither the heart nor the will to carry on a fight moral sanction was so patently lacking Indeed, it is somewN spirit of the Englishman's own "jolly good show, old man"I parts of the struggle are regarded. It is to Religious "has failed continuously for 2,500 years tn produce, by a voluntary mass "return to Zion' by religious lews or .. .1 thai would make it practicable" that the authors point an ao er, and swing it around to include the remaining 10 dispersion. This, of course, should not seriously disturb the 1 delight for the reader of a fascinating book ol true under and counterplots. Or should it? SAUL i ARSO V — Canada as Possible Mediator in Near Two days before Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett went to Canada for an official reception by the Canadian Government, the Dominion's Minister for External Affairs made a very interesting statement concerning the Middle East. The Minister, Lester B. Pearson, has an enviable reputation here, not only for astuteness but also for extreme candor. However, when he was asked whether Canada would offer its services as a mediator between Israel and the Arab states, Mr. Pearson did not answer either aye or nay. He did say this: "If we were asked to join such a mediation, as part of the United Nations, we would have to think about it." Now. on the sunace. the statement appears like the kind of hedging one is accustomed to hear from a double-talk type of diplomat, and not from the forthright Pearson. However, upon close examination, it might be inferred that Mr. Pearson was maintaining his reputation for frankness. In the light of the fact that, at that • Mr. Pearson was planning the round of ( ties with which Mr. Sharett was to h Canada, it could be assumed that Canada! the Israel Foreign Minister did not ruler ator's role for the Dominion. Of "would have to think" over the m But if a real effort were made to geU as mediator, it is doubtful whether refuse to take on that role. And it 1 that the effort might be made. There is no doubt that Canada b emin for the mediator's role in the MiddH) Arab states would never dare to reject 11 effort by Canada, not only because of role in the British Commonwealth but if Canada were cast in that part, the %  tors would be Britain's Prime Minister Eden and America's Secretary of I Dulles. HELTON hit I HIMA V — Egypt May Step Up Military Operations Egypt may soon increase the tempo of its already ference. Egypt has opposed the act as rtepped-up military operations agninst Israel's frontiers That is the opinion of diplomatic observers familiar with Egypt's thinking. The Egyptian aim would be to dramatize the Israel issue in a bid to dissuade further Arab adherence to the Baghdad Pact and to obfuscate the pact's crystallization. Egypt also would like to provoke a new Israel reprisal action. Such a reprisal might be used by EKI't!! pr ? p _?** nda to *" %  case against the the i n!fT"f T, Under artlve *on*<* !" t.oo by the United States Defense and State Departments. members the subtle Shukairy state Den.rtm.n7 V "P m '" might have won the day. iri..i ^P"* !" "* wurccs have reported Egypt tresnaiy essterbed by the recent Baghdad Pact exconof "Western imperialism'' She feels fluence in the Moslem world is wins through the pact, especially byJJ*. membership. Pack officials arc now to Arab League states which have Deen leadership of Egypt. Egyptian fears and resentment were when the State Department !" oM !" military, political and economic liaison high command. This was construed oy apparent preliminary to full Ame ca the alliance which now links I Iran and Great Britain.



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December 16, 1955 Schedule ISshop Tuesday i B'ri'l' VV'omen of Miami Erf Tuesday morning it Hilon the In P. •ork-l>"i' "" democracy will bl diaeraninu„n in the public Lh am! religious instruction in public schi Lgoints will be Mrs. Max "ian. Mrs. Nathan Ostrowsky Hn Stephanie Klein. Mrs. |v ciazcr and Miss Priscilla %  nfeld will serve as commentaand moderators (elcoming women will be Dr. ,1(1 Michaelson, director of HilHouse. Irs. Esther Speigelman and M. Lazarus are in charge of entire function. li B'rith Women iedule Functions t\ B'rith Women's Council of (h Florida met Thursday at the en hotel. • • • nma Lazarus chapter met Tueievening. Dec. 13, at Hillel OD the University of Miami Joint program with Sho'lodge featured entertainment Ibr.'Donald Michaelson. • hami Beach chapter held a U) M e n o r a h card game at Empress hotel on Wednesday on. Dec 14. • • • lest seller. Marjorie Morning\* by Herman Wouk, was relied by Mrs B. Wcinstein at unch in the Rascal House on lesday, Dec 14. North Dade hi sponsored the event. Mrs. Il Brand! ipresident. *JewistirhrM£^^ F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 319 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone FR 3-5373 MIAMI. FLORIDA V EGETABLES ITAMINS 1CTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1215 N.W. 21st St GREETINGS 4! White Rock 33 0 MARY STREET MIAMI. FLA. p hone 83-1633 *# > Page 7B y HARRY C. SCHWEBKE AND ASSOCIATES LAND SURVEYORS 4841 N.W. 2nd Avenuo PHONE 89-1646 Miami Mrs. Sarah Tabnik and Mr and Mr e„, New York City, shown dinina ? th? m n S,e 9 eI aI1 of hotel. Y mg at ,he re Penmg of the Sterling Beth David 'Young Marrieds' Hold Social Event Sunday Sunday. Dec. 18. La the date of the first social event of the season for the Beth David Young Marneds group. The Colony restaurant will be the site of the Sunday evening affair which will feature a hillbilly theme and native Dogpatch attire. TV star Happy Harold and his Old Mountain Dew Boys will provide the entertainment, along with other feature events. In charge of reservations are Ada Rappaport, Roz Gould and Louise Kaplan. Torah Hadassah Has Theater Party Torah group of Hadassah will sponsor a theater party on Jan. 4. The play, "Waiting for Godot," costarring Bert Lahr and Tom Ewell. will have its premier showing at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The opening here will be prior to the play's initial performance on Broadway. Mrs. Max L. Shapiro is chairman of the affair. Gables Ladies, PTA Hear Mrs. Liebman Combined Sisterhood and PTA meeting of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will be held Wednesday evening, Dec. 21. at the Center Guest speaker of the evening will be Mrs. Malvina Weiss Liebman, director of elementary education of Dade county. Topic of Mrs. Liebman \s talks will be "Moral Education and the Public School." II. L. ROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 83-2695 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami'" Miami. Florida 3148 S.W. 22nd Street Mrs. liebman C H A N U K A GREETINGS TO ALL MEL • JACK HERMAN KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone FR 4-5197 GREETINGS TROPICAL SERVICE STATION ONt STOP SERVICE FORD SPECIALISTS 6001 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Phone 9-9149 GREETINGS Your Local Ford Dealer HUSKAMP MOTOR CO. HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. John V. Hardeman and John V. Hardeman, Jr. 6 Months Auto Liability Policy 266 Almeria Avenue Phone 83-4607 GREETINGS TO ALl GET THE LATEST STtNORtTT DICTATION and TAPE RECORDERS (at a price that will please you) DADE TYPEWRITER COMPANY 167 169 171 N.E. 2nd STREET Phone FR 3 5335 TO ALL GREETINGS FROM JULIUS SAPERO LAWRENCE LUMBER CO. F. H. A. FI1IANCING 9300 N.W. 36th Avenue Phone MU 8-6571 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOOD TOWN formerly DULANEYS Fancy Fruits Vegetofcles Froien Foods Prime Meats Foncy Groceries 411 W. 41st Street, Miomi Beach PHONE IE 8-0551 !" E DELIVERY PHONE 64-0251 PHONE 89-6021 JO-Year Guarantee Coating Product KARCE ROOFING & ROOF COATING CO., INC ROOFS OF All TYPES HOT OR C010 PROCESS commercial Roof Maintenance Residential 502 N.W. 54th STREET MIAMI.37, FLORIDA DORN MARTIN DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 5898 Sunset Drive Air Conditioned lor Your Comfort South Miami fre* Delivery Service GREETINGS... JOHN A. LYDEN >i H K 11 is ivm;\ REALTORS SALES — RENTALS — MANAGEMENT Phones 83-0589 — HI 64417 1300 Ponce De Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES 34. FLORIDA G r e t t i f TERRAZZO-TILE CONTRACTORS, INC. Greetings WHERE TO GET THEM" Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. • Marine SUM''** Point* and Varnishes • Fishing Tackle • Nautical Charts • Shipmate t Willis Bottled Gas FREE PARKING and DELIVERY 139 S. Miami Avenue Phone 82-6654 Cooper Motor Sales, Inc. YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER 1607 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES PHONE HI 8-8704 THE KEYS ARE WAITING! DRIVE OUR SPECIAL "ROCKET" SHOW CAR TODAY! John (Meppy) Heoweed 153 N.I. 10th STMfT Scott Southard Jack Bias! PHONE FR 4-6126 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Abbott Gardens Private School NURSERY THRU 8th GRADE 7705 ABBOTT AVE. PHONE UN 6-4818



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.December 16, 1955 jpin of Number 'Seven' Reaches info Dawn of History By REUBEN ARFA i. origin of tho mystical and r, Smificance of the num^ ^ bil k i„ the dawn of !T d timr Thus we have the ;davs of the week. U seven *Uinthe I worlrl. the concept of *• liK-kv number and many Rumples. It is found in L f cultureas well as in our L„ civilrMtK'M Thus the mill riles of the MU Mau in „ arc based on the number L, which, we are told, repreLV seven orifices of the body. seems therefore, that the nth functioning of the body f|be seven orifices) depends on Ifuinilmerit of the obligations ,u, *h. initiation. We find B,lar idea' among the ancient j._jh£.woi'ds for seven and vy^flilhc. same consonants Kern to suggest that a person 1 takes aft-??^ s actually swear[bv the'"seven orifices of his ,lhf anfierifs the term "pledge _a contrail" and "seven" iio have heen synonymous. ["thought of one immediately ted the other. we have shown in another the underlying concept of IrflationsHip between God and ]is that of a solemn partner This relationship requires ,n t aids for our faulty memo[For this purpose the number j and its multiples were put lork as the following examples Idemonstratr m morning when we wind I [phylactery strap seven times' our fore arm we are re-1 nf our contract, a reafj lion of our betrothal with' rthermore the days of the lhavc no individual name*, in brew. Apparently they are k to form part of the seven [nit and merely mentioning I Ida; ol the -even (contract),! [day. etc should remind us of }repon.Mlil'' role preliminary^ veventh day which in itself |preview ol the world to come. rid of peace and intense holy The -even day week %  repre-entin miniature the process ol the Creation as rated in a previous article. eve have an additional mm |lhe fu^im; oi the week into the nth at sunsel Friday—to emI that the entire week is one (course it is luting that Shav. vith its double connotation: land oaths, the holiday which aorates our entering the at, should l>e preceded by i veeks of purification. religious New Year, Rosh m, is celebrated at the beginM the seventh month and re%  ns that the universal process *>tion, the evolution of the 'we, depends on our fulfill|ttecovenant (contract). (Mew of the number seven f s igraatf symbol of our conP-fcKls.to strip it of its mysp term in•lu* Alexander RothWfc^vki h.„. ^"', ani IWpert master of V.'h JT S Han tH>. ^ereta2rV ynn finan !" > secrcu!H infi (ilazman treasurer; Ralph Raphael master at arms; Dr. sfdney H Moss, inner guard; Ira Blitt oner guard: Samuel Azrikan. grand "


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Page 6 A vJeHlsfhrhrktiton Enemies Surround Israel Geographically and at Peace Table By SAUL CARSON JTA Correspondent at the UN Israel is accustomed to being surrounded by enemies. In its homeland, it is squeezed into a narrow area where every land border brings the Israelis face to face with another foe across another frontier. Fven here at the United Nations, the Israel delegates repurenting their country at the big, sixty nation committees find themselves hemmed in. Because of alphabetical seating. Israel always has an Iraqui on its left, a Lebanese on the right—and never do the twain Arabs speak except across the back of the fenced-in Israeli. In the general debate, concluded at this year's General Assembly last week, the same principal of containment ruled. From the opening day of the Assembly, when Egypt sounded oil. until the penultimate speech. Israel was besieged, belabored, be -mirched and beaten over the head by a -toady -tream of abuse wielded by every Arab delegation here But this much can be said for Israeli: Not for a moment was it bewildered When the shouting was diini'. Israel stood, without %  doubt, head and shoulders above \r.ih detractors A deliberate policy, forged in Israel's Foreign Office and brilliantly executed bj Nun delegation under i. adership "I the cucumbertbba Eban, had paid "ff The marathron tack the firs! day ol the %  ..i debate I -, %  re loubtable i Mini wv It was i perforn ood a thai the president ol thi \-i mb Jos* M.I/.I ol hile, ined when FawzJ had : : ishi d i" voice %  < rebuke against I .I'.WI talknit the "motle) hordes ol In• -' who formed "the q Beth Tfilah Eects Kramer President Isidore Kramer has been elected ident "l (ongregajion Beth Tfilah. Kramer was formerl) active in ticello, N.Y. religious pro ns, includin I ubavitcher ti eat 1 Rher offii i rs named at an elec eetii th Tfilah this • include Jack Cimenl and Philip W < iss, \ ice preskli I i.iel and recoi 'i OPENING SAT., DEC. 17th | head of world political Zionism thrust against the heart of the Arabs." went on to fume about "blood gushing from the heart of the Arab nation" and worked himself into fine lather of threats that the Arabs "will no longer" submit to all this stuff and nonsense. Mr. Eban and his fellow delegates sat. at times smiled, didn't even bother to doodle. A few days later. Iraq's Fadhil Al-Jamali put on his act. Same script. On the Israeli side—same studied indifference. Little Ethiopia, a dutiful member of the Asian African bloc, made only slight al1 lusion to the Arab-Israel problem but did mention it. Lebanon missed its old-time demagogue, Charles Malik, but tried to make up a! speech that paid only lip-service to the aggressive line of the Egyp-J tians. Then came the last of the Arab speakers. Syria's Ahmed L | ; Shukhairy. assistant secretary-genI era! of the Arab League. And what I a performance that was! Shukairy spoke immediately after Mr Fhan. The Israeli delegation chief delivered a 40-minute address that was dignified, solemn, meaningful—and in the spirit of. United Nations aims for peace Mr. Eban alluded to some of the speeches by the Arabs H,. pulled apart the curtains for a moment. identifying the Arab states as dictatorships where human rights are known only for their absence, elementary social legislation nonexistent, child labor officially condoned and "fearful poverty and squalor fatalistically endured." These the Israeli pointed out. are the denouncers of Israel, the mouthers of pious sentiments about "freedom" for other peoples, the initiators of aggressions and blood baths. Shukairy then pulled all stops. Veteran diplomats and old-time correspondents were amaied. There was no effort on the "Syrian's" part (he is actually a Palestine refugee) to observe the slightest decorum—let alone to show respect for the United Nations. Verbally, he tore up every United Nations resolution affecting the Middle East. Forget about them, he shouted. Let's start afresh. Let's organize an "underground" to wipe Israel off the map. Let's form a commission composed of the United States, the Soviet Union and Iran to put things right for the Arabs by the elimination of Israel. Then, with only India left on the speakers' list in the general debate, the Arabs were done—in more ways than one. They had proved i-.iomsc.ves absolutely unbusy matching Crecho s lo"^r for gun. inventing reason ,ha <**m thTi"; **"' "' lul.es plans ; Eh •eriousne.thev^^"" WVEIY TWIN-BED^ WITH NICE PRIVATE FAMRT L %  %  •tea. One or tw. £5*' 4365 S.W. 6 ,k „. i.V2i* one Calling "en eorly bird" organizalion meeting of the Combined Jewish, Appeal Hotel Division is chairman David Levinson (center) and honorary chairman Morris Lansburgh (right). They are shown with CJA chairman Sam J. Heiman. preparing plans for hotel participation in the big all-inclusive drive w hich supports local, national and Israal institutns. Riam'i Beach's Newest Club You'll Love RES. JE 2 2323 ; Great Food! Great Shows! STARRING BARTON BROS. Famous Recording Stars of "101 I FAUl" BERNIE BURNS You'll Rove About Him DAGMAR CRAIG Catskill Mountains' Star and Fun Director HARRY "LIFTY" LEWIS Every Comics favorite Comedian 3 SHOWS: 8:30 11:30 2:30 Tummel Show CHINESE FOOD 10 p.m. till 5 a.m. in the Cromwell Hotel ON THE OCEAN ON 20th ST. News Picture at United Nations Today =9YPt ruyt w.tn Fire, the Times c-ont nuef"One must ihi. Plaining fl .irt Egypt', moSSJSTJl i J V *£& COm *. Mr IWotoretaS.^ %  %  with PreSffLSSer? £3T 'SFmiSS 'SP £**£ purity risk bj.1 j, nuary BrandeisVni r fv *inod ^PSf? mester on Sept. 29 with the largest enter nj das Tn.? Fa "* | B „., Bnth members ,„ carry, !" M .heir SUES irV.m Appointment of Israel Friedman as executive director of the Jewish National Horns for Asthmatic Children at Denver was announced by Mrs. Fannie E. Lorber, president of JNHAC. Mr. Friedman, long prominent in national Jewish philanthropic efforts, formerly was associated with the Home in 1948-1949. He is a'graduate of the University of Denver. willing to abide by the very basic tenets 0/ the United Nations. Conciliation,, mediation, efforts to settle issues--these art* hunk, acco-d inn to Fawzi, Shukairy and company. In the bright lights of the Assembly, the Arabs stood expesed as warmongers who have not \et learned that the United Nations .unis first of all for peace. In focus in the same auditorium stood Israel's sincere, serious desire for peace And one other fact stood out. Not one of the Arab spokesmen had even as much as mentioned the Middle East peace and security plans proposed in August by United States Secretary of State John Foster Dulles One hopes that Mr. Dulles' aides called this fact to his attention. Or were they too r "Buying Quality is Sound Economy" 9 lr MJNOf the ladsfactiea of a job J I* well done. < ? lr GIVES peace <'i mind thru the 4 I yean ahead 1l |* IT COMPELS tepct from family. k friend* and SJOOCial % 1: < KI Mi-. 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Page 8 A vjewlstincrldliap Sinai Labafory Gets $1,500 Grant The cardio-pulmonary laboratory at Mount Sinai .hospital has hcon awarded a $1,500 grant for the purchase of specialized lung equipment, it was announced Wednesday by Max Orovitz. hospital president. The grant has been made to the recently established research laboratory by the Dazian Foundation lor Medical Research, of New York City. The award will be used to purchase a hroncho-spirometer which will determine the manner in which each lung is functioning." Dr. Philip Samet, laboratory director, revealed. "The measurement of each lung rather than both lungs working as a unit will help decide whether elderly patients with lung diseases can tolerate one-sided lung surgery." he explained. The equipment will be the only one of its kind in the Greater Miami area. The grant, according to Samu-1 Gertner, hospital executive dire, tor. la the first awarded hy th;' 1>.. zian Foundation to Mourn Sinai, whose cardio-pulmonary laboratory under Dr. Samet was established July 1. Or. Philip Smm*t Chiropracters Name Warmouth Dade County Chiropractic Society last week installed Dr. L. E. Warmouth president at ceremonies in the I)i Lido hotel. Others installed in office were Drs. J D. Harold, vice president: H. C. Coehran, secretary; and G. D. Roy. treasurer. Directors include Drs. J. R. Lasky, B C. Bnckman and R. F Prigger. Installed president of the auxiliary were Mrs. William O. Diehl. Mrs. R. F. Prigger is vice president. Memorial Meet For Dr. Queen Farbind. BenISurion Branch |\o. 304. and G o Id a Myerson IClub of Pioneer Women will I hold a memorial I meeting in honJMof Dr. Harry JH. Queen on I rhursday e v e ning, Dec. 22, at Beth EJ Congregation. In charge of the affair are I. M Sachs, president of Ben-Gurion Branch, and Mrs Soma Robbies. president of Golda Myerson Club. Dr. A J. Ishlan will be chairman of the evening. Cantor Samuel Salkow. of the Israelite Center, will chant the religious portion of the liturgy. Dr. Queen, well known cultural and religious leader here, passed away some two months ago. Chanuka Fete Hears Operetta Chanuka will be celebrated on Sunday evening. Dec. 18. at Miami Beach Senior High School by Miami Beach Community Singer-The program will be divided into two parts, the first featuring Stan Porter, popular baritone, as soloist. Participants in the traditional lighting of the candles were Rose Abelson. Jean V. Devens. Betty Mendorff. Andy Solomon, Bernie Sager. Chaim Rose. Dorothy Kovnat. Birdie Zohn and Sarah S. Kirschner, for which Mrs. Samuel Obhtz wrote the narration Second portion will be the presentation of "My Land and Your Land," an American operetta written by Ben and Margaret Yomen, with music by Lou Singer and lyrics by Hy Zaret. And> Solomon was featured performer, with Ins Rosen, Sylvia Core*. Betty Mendorff, Sylvia Pass, Wendy Solar and Edith Rothstein as soloists. Choreography and dances are arranged by Bernie Sager, of the DiLido hotel. Miss Jane Moore and members of the chorus are in the dance group, with Mrs. Frances Berlina accompanying the dancers on the accordion. Rabbi Lehrman Back from Trip Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader ol Temple Kmanu-KI. last week returned from a trip to Pitts burgh, where "he installed his brother-in-law, Solomon 1. Moseson, rabbi of Congregation Beth Sholom. one of the leading Conservative synagogues in the country. Rabbi Moseson. who formerly occupied a pulpit in Akron. O.. has been a frequent visitor to Miami Beach and has preached to local congregations on many occasions. While in Pittsburgh. Rabbi Lehrman also addressed a convocation sponsored by the P i t s b u r g h Friends of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. This was arranged in tribute to the members of the Deaktor Family in recognition of their leadership in community causes. Samuel Deaktor. a winter resident of Miami Beach and a member of Temple Emanu-Ei. accepted the citation on behalf of the family. On leaving Pittsburgh, Rabbi Lehrman. who is a member of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the Jewish Theological Seminary, went to New York to attend the bi-monthly meeting of the Cabinet. One of the main items on the agenda was the formulation of plans for the Seminary's mid-winter conference, which will be held in Miami Beach during the month of February. ASSOCIATED DETECTIVE* Of NORTH I CENTtAl AMERICA | N r ^ Phono PI 83806 561 U, 7H. SHUT IISCATNE FIAZA, ROOM 211 OPEN DEC. 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wygi^ita Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lolume 29—Number 50 iami Accepts Share Of $25 IWiffionUJA Emergency Fund -itfr Miami was Sunday asked to raise as its nttd share of a $25,000,000 United Jewish K il emergency fund $375,000 in addition to its j allocation from this area. Some 40 American nunities have already fallen into line and agreed te on additional campaigns to raise the emerIJA funds iater Miami Jewish Federation's budget com„000 came at the Sunday meetIjilhe Algiers hotel from Unit|Jewi>a Appeal executive vice innar Rabbi llerliert A. Fnedj.whoemplu-.'ed the imminent facing Israel as a result o( It's recent acquisition of arms Ccmmuni-: Czechoslo\ukia. the Miami Jewish comity also heard from William |ey. chairiniiii of the Cleveland lign. regarding the additional required trom this area to Cwrtiuucd on Pag* 2 A ;ES INDUSTRY VI Promoter lied by Court Ik New York YORK iJTA)—West Hookfilm-televiMon promoter, and Itio companies, accused of antit activities, have been enfrom dealing in securities York State. A temporary ion against West Hooker Network ami the Master TeieCerp. was granted by SuCuurt Ju-tice Joseph A. again-! Hooker and his ^companies brought by Special Attorney General David included an allegation prospectus had been issued enting the amount of raised and using, without knowledge, the names of Douglas MacArthur and 'prominent persons. to said earlier that he fjmng to get "Christian influinto television. m.ttee, headed by newly appointed chairman Alvin to^i,/" ,K Ce M nday '" an ""^n.rnous vote o agree on the proposed UJA boost and urged simi 'ratification by the board of governors. Accordmg to (assel. there is every indication that the major policy-making body will g.ve overwhelming consent to the augmented quota. The request for Miami to pitch in the additional U.S. EXPRESSES REGRET OVER BATTLE State Department is Vigilant As Israel-Syria Tension Mounts; Arab Delegation Calls on Dulles WASHINGTON (JTA)—The State Department indicated early Wednesday that the U.S. Government is awaiting an official report through American diplomatic channels on the clash between Israel -PRESS BULLETINSUJA executive vice chairman Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman (left) hears Greater Miami leaders at emergency conference give solid support to 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal and agree to assume added UJA quota for aid of Moroccan Jews. Shown with Rabbi Friedman are CJA campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman, William Shipley of Cleveland and Jack Corner, chairman of the Winter Residents Division. WILL MAKE IT OFFICIAL MONDAY Record $1,750,000 Goal For '56 CJA Campaign An all-time record Combined Jewish Appeal goal of $1,750,000 was Wednesday foreseen by Greater Miami to !" ^ !" *** !" 0 !" }* as a result of a two-day emergency conference, which met here earlier in the week. According to Federation leaders, the $1,750,000 will .""dude an over.!? area campaign for $1,350,000 plus WJ/MO add,t.on.l. The latter figure is Miami's share of a $25,000,000 United Jewish Appeal .-emergency fund to be raised by American Jewish communities Special JERUSALEM—Military spokesmen here late Wednesday announced that Syrian forces opened fire on an Israeli settlement near the Sea ol Galilee. LONDON—A British Foreign Office source revealed here that the United Nations Truce Commission team which examined the site of an Israeli assault Monday has declared the attack "an unprovoked raid.'' The night-long Israeli campaign had wiped out four Syrian gunposts in the mountains high above Lake Galilee. No mention was made of Israel's charge that the assault was initiated in retaliation for Syrian shelling of Israeli lake fishermen. DAMASCUS—The Premier of Syria late Wednesday warned the American Ambassador in Damascus that the U.S. must cease all shipments of arms to Israel. He told the American Ambassador that such shipments will be considered "an unfriendly act" by all Arab peoples. AMMAN—The Jordanian cabinet has reesigned in order to facilitate the new regime's entering the pro-western Baghdad Alliance. and Syria during which 55 Syrians and four Israelis were reported killed. The clash was precipitated by Syrian bombardment of Israel fishing boats. In the meantime, State Department officials expressed regret over the loss of life in the battle. Regret**— was also expressed by the French across the nation. Miami's emergency fund quota will be fulfilled from among this area's top givers, who pledged Sunday to give over and above their regular gifts to the annual Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. The $1,750,000 1956 goal is expected to be officially approved at a special board of governors meetinMonday in the Algiers hotel. Contiuuod on P9 2 A Government, according to information arriving here from Paris. A spokesman for the French Foreign Office said France "deplores the Israel initiative" and regrets especially the fact that the Israel action "was directed against Syria, a country to which France is linked by a strong friendship." A delegation of diplomats representing eight Arab countries conferred here with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles for more than an hour. The delegation included diplomatic representatives of Egypt. Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Libya. Syrian Ambassador Farid Zeineddine told newsmen after leaving the State Department that the delegation had asked Secretary Dulles to take action against Israel Continued on Pay* 10 A JOB AVAILABLE Morocco Sultan To Make Choice CASABLANCA (JTA— A delegation of Moroccan Jews Wednesday had an audience with the Sultan of Morocco and asked him to appoint the Jewish member of the Cabinet for whom the post of Ministry of Posts and Telegraphs has been left open. The delegation assured the Sultan that whomever he choses will be acceptable to all the Jews of Morocco. The split which developed in the ranks of Moroccan Jewry over who Continued on Page 10A COLLEAGUES MEET: Former U.S. Senator from Claude p epp#jr (left) shakes hands in greeting with ""^xander WUny (Rep.-Wis.) at the Southeast region yrgamzation of America dinner Sunday evening in "wuwbleau. Sen. Wiley told some 600 guests at the JJJ 'he United States will never let Israel down. (See lF_ y fhq2A WrAtiMIU VEH EMENT OPPOSITION' CITED IN REPORT Progress Noted in Equal Opportunity' Push X-L-UvitRK (JTA>-Substantial nationwide progN ow 3> equaiVpportun.ty for all" has been r '"~ ..h. the American people during the last recorded by he Amenc pj*^^^ de e : ght Ta'report pSed here. New state and cUre Viaws as well as scores of important ad•These advances have not ^ it „ the U.S. Supreme Court, they have occasioned vehement opposition on the part of certain groups trying desperately to turn back the clock. But despite these set-backs, Americans may well take pride in the nation's forward march toward equal justice and opportunity." The report notes that in the eight years since the report of the President's Committee on Civil Rights in October 1947, three states have adopted laws barring discrimination in higher education; five states have, administrative enforcement of public accommodation.



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BY U n j An aerial bon voyage" was tendered Mrs. Abbey Lane by friends ove* the weekend in the Aiei7r! hotel lovely Scheherazade room. g ers The event took place prior to her flying to Rom* to join her famous daughter. Abbey Lene. i„ cas e the identical names are confusing, daughter Abbey is now known to millions as Mrs. Xavier Cugat \ giant cake, capped by. a transatlantic constellation was the at er of attraction as "good flying" was wished Mrs. 'Lane bv D< vid Cohan, Mrt. Mackey Klein, Mrs. Sidney Jacobs Mrs. Held, Mrs. William Warner. Mrs. Joe Snyder, Mrs. Leonard -( M rs. Harry Baruch and Mrs. Michael Fields. Abbey told friends she hoped to reach Italy in time to helo to. Cufat celebrate her 23rd birthday. H Distinguished. New York attorney Louis Shapiro's hobby is staurants He owns parts of about thirty throughout the nation icluding a fair share of Miami Beach's Park Avenue. Well, friends spotted Lou on a brief sojourn here last week ming at the Park Avenue before returning to Gotham Town and „j in ess there. Lou expects to be back in January. There wore attractions galore at the Opera Guilds Fan Ball (Saturday evening in Leone's. The "extra" was a birthday celeBtion for Six Opera Guild members. Heading the list of notables who charmingly grew one >ear |fr was handsome Carl Welnkle, co-chairman of the ball Taking irs for happy birthdays" with Carl were Mrs. August Geiaer Philip Head, Mrs, William Stubblefield, David R. Hochberg Bd Mrs. Louise Osius. Mrs. Stubblefield, incidentally, also co-chairman of the top Kial event, was responsible for the lovely souvenir gold fans jven each lady present. Mrs. Stubblefield brought them back m her trip to the Far East. >>>>>c< Mrs. Leonard Abess and her mother, Mrs. Arthur Ungar, left any Miami early last week for frost-bitten Cleveland. Purpose of their Ohio flight was the illness of a relative. Mrs and Mrs. Ungar were expected back along about Thursday! >>>€€ Mrs. David Rodin modeled a lovely $300 dress at a dinner Saturday evening in the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Rodin was presented the dress at a recent Bay Harbour ds club party. The event included a fashion show by Irene % who donated the dress at the previous party. Co-chairmen I Saturday function were Mrs. L. B. Silverman and Mrs. C. J. iHnvaux. Goings and Comings Dep'L: Mae and Bart Ruddy active socialtin this area, opened their Alton rd. winter home last week Down from snowy Wisconsin for a few weeks, and on their it trip to Miami, are the Harry Aliens, of Kenosha, Hostess will (Mrs. Louis G. Herbert, of 4447 SW 15th st. While Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, of Duncraggan Inn. Hendersonk, N.C.. and Miami Beach, left these parts Wednesday for an tnded three-month vacation. Blanche and Sid, who will tour California and Mexico, expect i be back here sometime in March. Mrs. I. Daniel Shorell is really lonely these days Husband Dr. -•II left Friday for New York, where he took a plane for Lisbon, ugal .. While there, Dr. Dan will perform surgery on Madame cu. Meanwhile, Mrs. Shorell holds down the lonely fort at wr lovely Rivo Alto island home. Son Devid Goodwin was rely inducted into the Army, and daughter-in-law Ann is in Tham, R.C., with her family. More About Traveling: Visiting Florida's west coast for the t time were Mr. and Mrs. Bon Silver, of 505 Fairway dr The Silvers, friends report, were guests at the Beach Club l m Naples. Ben is a buyer for Food Fair Stores. while Rabbi Louis Cassel, dean of Oxford School, combined uness with pleasure on a visit to Cuba last week. Order of the | was seeing places of interest and interviewing applicants for uord. >' "> > Mrs. Mitchell Wo If son made her first formal club appearance ^ season at last Friday's third musical preview of the Symphony Mrs. Wolfson is president of the unique organization which „ "PP"" of the UM Symphony Orchestra and offers its mem"isignt into music, noted instrumentalists and conductors at e Previews held in Miami Woman's club. Among active club women who attended the affair with Mrs. LTu ere Mr$ io% pH D "**. *'•• **•"•• s* 1 '*' Mr '• D ni 1 •". Mrs. P.ui Bromberg and Mrs. Robert Stressburg. dwr H yrnann and brother Walter Heymann, president and President, respectively, of the Exchange National Bank in %  w. arrive in Miami Friday for a weeks sojourn. JJ a nd Walter will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Sax in *anda room of their Saxony hotel Dec. 22 Rhoda and c are Planning a preview of the "progressive jazz" planned ^awriy this winter. p. if'it\k" d White enh *"ced by candles and blossoms, were the 'he afternoon tea last week in the LaGorce dr. home of Mi, • u "e I. Edelman. **• William Blumenthal and Mrs. Howard Engle were at the %  Pouring for 90 ladies. D >< '.' •*• ****• Melvln Chuker will spend the holidays in Phoenix. t,\ Ik a """sewarmint of the most modern ranch-type ln that state. EftS* nd *"• **•" MorowiU. of cold Gotham Town. "VM to spend the winter in their Byron ave residence. LT" %  turf fan, and friends expect to see him at the races tile **' to\, s r !* dm n Wt Sunday for her old home town. Mobile. m oaby brother" Jay Relss Pcts to be back in her Brickell ave. apartment about Kit. L. to lit. rf.1(/ omctn s WorU ^^mM^GmMfMx MIAMI, FLORIDA Friday, December 16, 1955 Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1325 Sorolla ave., Coral Gables, display plaque honoring their "meritorious service to the Zionist Organization of America." Plaque was presented to the Simons by Dr. Morris Goodman, Miami Zionist leader, at a Southeast region ZOA dinner Sunday evening in the Fontainebleau hotel. Principal speaker was U.S. Sen. Alexander Wiley. Socidl]Opens Council Winter Season National Council of Jewish Women's dinner dance at the Latin Quarter Wednesday, Dec. 21, will open the winter social season, as in years past, with a brilliant assemblage of local society, according to Mrs. .lean C. Lehman, Greater Miami Section president. Holding table reservations are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mayor and Mrs. Shepard Broad, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Gcrtman. Mr. and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Mathes. Mr. and Mrs. Saul L. Pohn, Mr. and Mrs Sidney Schwartz, Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Mr and Mrs. Sam Blank. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Also Mr and Mrs Donald Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pritikin. Dr. and Mrs. Alex Bobbins. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Burk. Mr. and Mrs. David Pollack. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Somerstein, Mr. and Mrs. Max Dreyer, Mrs. Sarah Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Leschel, Dr. and Mrs. Rubin Rochkind, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Triester, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zeeman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Egert. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Burke, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Kohlenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rodenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Margulis, Mr. and Mrs. S. Ratner. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grove. Dress is optional at this affair, of w. ic'.i Mrs. Sidney Schwart is chairman for the Council of Jewish women. She says that Jean Carroll, famous comedienne of TV and frequent guest on Milton Berle and Ed Sullivan shows, will headline the bill. This is the pre-opening of the Latin Quarter, and Continued on Page 4 B Ladies' Rescue Fund Will Benefit Mrs. itee C. leamo" Pioneer Women's child rescue fund will benefit from the kosher dinner that Golda Myerson club will hold at the Israelite Center Sunday evening, Dec. 18, with Pearl Krieger as chairman. Rabi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of the Center, will be guest speaker. He will be introduced by Mrs. Lena Pushkin, chairman of the Council of Pioneer Women, who will act as chairman for the evening. Guest artist is Francis Parker, who will sing in Yiddish and Hebrew. She will be accompanied by well-known pianist Anyuta Melicov. Guests will receive greetings from Golda Myerson club president Mrs. Sonia Robbins. Lighting of Chanuka candles will be by Mrs. Bryna Puchkoff. Mrs. Ethel Shore will give the invocation. • • • Golda Myerson club announces that they are accepting good used clothing for shipment to Israel. Collection station is at 1251 SW 22nd st., Miami. In charge is Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, chairman of Israel supplies. • When Club I of Pioneer Women holds its testimonial dinner for past president Mrs. Sophie Krantz Dec. 18, at the Royal Hungarian restaurant, Miami Beach, another past president, Mrs. Celia Beckerman, will sing folk songs. Guest speaker at the occasion is Mrs. Clara Leff national vice president of Pioneer Women.



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Page 2 B JewistincrkMan f< fair: PO TAJOtS K>*M 1HI BASE OF THIS DiLKACY Chanuka Festival is Nearly Ended; Soofganyot' Will Still be Welcome J^Y-^tr^ 16.19 omafront Iyers Keep?; a :*f ls, t. moderate oVnJZyl^ served sObn aftr [I** to with cream cheiZ ^ Bg measuring-eupful at a time and 1st moderate heat on g M or e^cM, 6lu %  *•* • squeeir the liquid from the gtitedjtrlc stove Fry pancakes Mil hHw.L.rry sauce PPteUutt 1 on bottom beore iurnhng to brown „,.,„' Pure d 'P^fou prunes, or any desired L on the other aide to insure crisp.'tlon of these favorit brown By LEAH LEONARD Jews the world over are still Celebrating the glorious holiday k oi ( hanuka. It continues to be the Feast of Light and Hope and Commemoration, thanks to the brave fight for religious liberty tought by the Maccabees in the ycai 165 before the common era Many beautiful customs have become associated with this Festival (living of Chanuka gifts, placing a small gift at the plate of each member of the family and their nests, ich of the eight nights, has found much favor in recent years. especially with the children. Giving a Chanuka latke party lor the children and their friends. with draidel games and prizes, plac in^' I he lighted Menorah on or near a window that "their lights be for Others"these are other Chanuka specialties While grated potato pancakes .iic customary in our countrv in Israel the favorite "goodies' include specially made jam or jellyullecl little doughnuts called Soofganyot. Here s how to make both SOOFGANYOT 'srarl favorite Chanuka Specialty) all-l I .. i .. I. r %  1 !• ,t '! IOOI1 • I • Juice Hoi ..'.'... nil for frying Ml' together flour, baking pow '• i i_ar salt and apk three I noes Cembine -liuhtly beaten cooled melted shorteninj; or oil and the liquid used, stirring till ihe mixture ismooth Stir in the i dr> ingredients to form a dough that is soft but firm enough rm into balls the size of walmrts or crabapples Heat shorten iag or oil about 2 inches deep in a ep trying pan. or deep fr\er with ire basket for best results Begin to tuck into each of the little balls of dough whatever filling you prefer, or make several kinds of fillings as suggested below. When fat is hot enough to brown a half-inch cube of dry bread in 25 seconds, drop in some of the filled halland cook over moderate heat for 4 to 3 minutes or till nicely potato. Return the squeezed potato to the moxing bowl after disposing of liquid (Potato water may be used for thickening soups or gravies, or in any yeast dough mixtures i. Add grated onion if uied and mix well. Add eggs one at a time, mixing after each addition. Sift together flour and salt and stir in to form a batter thick enough to hold its shape when dropped from a tablespoon or mixing spoon into hot melted shortening or oil Lemon juice should be added if the batter is prepared a few hours in advance of frying the pancakes The acid helps keep pan browned on all sides Do not crowd (.^p hatter light in color. them' Lift out frying basket to drain well or lift out each with a large perforated or slotted spoon. Drain on paper towels while the next installment is frying When drained of excess fat. place the Soofganyot on a large platter dusted with confectioners' sugar. Or dust with confectioners sugar when ready to serve. May be kept warm in the oven Yields 36 to 40 —depending on size Fillingi Mo l A aookad, oYalMd i i pruni i"i I.I'IKholla So I—Ti#rrj oc red rmapbarr: %  \ Chopped flaw, ii.'.v prune*. ltd nut* il/ chopped nut* and moiateneil irlUi ft Be sure to tuck the filling into the heart of each then roll in the palm of the hand before dropping into hot shortening. CRATED POTATO PANCAKES (Serving 20—3 pancakes each) 10 CU| • 'I potato < :t||>l II\IIM:I t.-|\ ",'• llli I lati %  rated loptk 11.ll I es ;.-1rt.-.i all-purnoi • bleapnon -.ill ibl< -. na H mon )ul< •• 'if kis |.. f|..u .i 1-1 lona a< •"> %  • ol iilag > Pare and grate raw potatoes into a large mixing oowl Lift out a BERTE LONG Cantrolto TtACHft mrf smec R 919 N.W. 23rd. Court Phone NEwton S12S0 Compaq tket CompM* nun it* aar** Excitingly Different Taste! l-o ;wo 10-inch frying Pa ns the heavy kind, for best results Have ihe shortening or oil in the pans deep enough to come to top of hatter—about half an inch deep. 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Ir^r 16. 1958 Orchestra To it Concert lay Evening Ihp direction of Barnctt the Miami Beach Civic | will sponsor a ballet and nf crt on Sunday evening, gj (he Miami Beach audi•s of the ballet concert Jto the mentally retarded [ycally handicapped, which orchestra has adopted ijor project. Members of £stra arc local citizens, Itiur and >emi-professionThomas Armour Ballet w will present the Tchai-Nutcracker Suite" with *rs. nportant venture for the joUd of Greater Miami will i work created by Miami fin its music, as well as iphy. decor an dstory. ballet. 'Beggars' Interla; as its composer 22-yeartodore Newman, son of Jet Newman, "f Lincoln rd. Iscenery and costumes are Harve> Choreography lonjaj Armour. WilFFete at Chanuka tv. Dec 18 Department of Jcwi-h War Veterans, | i party for pa: Pratt General hospital in tablePost 681 t at the new VFW hall. H 32nd si Hialeah. on wen ii 19. GablePost 243 plans a [at the Coral Gables JewBter on Tuesday evening. ^"MFhr/drton Page 11 A Z Fon.ain.bC SSShow !" ( WHS? "^T? f Selig, Wld Pisjin. R abbi YaakoTRc^n^rgrUsTaJleT?: Myers Dr. Maurice Lev and Mrs. Leonard1 WoW Ni .if !" is Stanley C. Myers. New Radio-Writing Course at Lindsay Hopkins evening Division of Lindsey Hopkins Vocational School, 1410 NE 2nd ave., announces additional registrations are being accepted in a radio writing class taught by Jack Salamanca, who has recently returned from Europe, where he has been studying and lecturing extensively on drama. Class meets on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, from 3:30 greeation LT SS to 6 30 p m Scri P l ,nat written a('hnnb a n I he,d W students in this class will be rshin X P S m A U w !v th f ead USed by the Dramatics Departmenl SfSHSSi nJT d pr,n -.; n ki s utting on short p,ays and radio Mark Festival Sunday Miami Hphrou, c„i,„ i _j „ "eunesaay anernoons. from 3:30 •e R Zn H 1 Z !" !" I'" d ££ *!> %  •• Script that is written TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES t. D. Gruppe Ai M p rou j G. & P. Supply Co. TIME and SIGNAL SYSTEMS 3150 N.W. 7th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Raphael Will loll Officers elected officers of Beth Congregation will be in|Sunday evening at the coniSapero. president, will be for hicontributions to laphael ttly known as Downtown l. the congregation will bally named Beth Raphael | ation dinner in honor parentol Beth Raphael will of Ihi affair. Rabbi tual leader, is Otto Fenias has been named chairman of the annual telethon for United Cerebral Palsy, it was announced by Charles H. Netter, president of the local group. Fenias has served on the board of directors of United Cerebral Palsy since 1952. He has participated in the last four telethons, having been in charge of talent and havinq served last year as co-chairman with Lee Ruwitch, of VVTVJ. Telethon goal of S400.000 will meet the needs of the Miami Clinic of United Cerebral Palsy. A 60 percent increase in the number of patients cared for locally requires this increase in order to provide treatment, training and research to defeat the dread affliction. Telethon is on Channel 4 Jan. 21. Florida Tuesday ties Resort Includes I of Motel Industry i ,tal < nev South •ill open here I Premier season. 18500.000 vacation center ondvc acres of ocean(WUinj ave and 170th st. 1100-room Dunes includes 12 l ud 8 apartments. Each fj Pnvate balcony of im[imian mosaic tile. 1?*** Taj Mahal suite will %  J mirrored. According 7*, "the resort incor' %  > %  new features devel"* mushrooming motel "> Miami Beach." ^WniSpear a nd happm.ss elub will {***• Fresco in a disl0u?H nam c l^vhology at '.JWjr Forum Wedne.v *"• Dec 21 H arr y KerP"* 1 ". will conduct the Young Judaea Leaden Meet Sunday Eve Leaders of Young Judaea clubs of Greater Miami participated in a Chanuka party at the home ol Jerome Schulman on Saturday. Dec. 10. According to Mrs. Malvina I.ich man. personnel chairman, a leadership institute will he formed Ul January so that a clearer meaning of the clubs four-fold program may be further clarified. Attending the party were the following leaders of Young Judaea: Phyllis Eisman. Frances Froniin, Harriet Solloway, Judy Wayne. Dena Serotfa, Avi Kackioff. Esther Kackioff. Frieda Qreslau. Marcie Raffel, Ziva Kwitney and Luba Benson. GREETINGS DOTSON RECAPS OUTWEAR NEW TIRES DIAL 9-2446 DOTSON TIRE CO. 900 S. W. 8th STREET DOING QUALITY WORKMANSHIP FLOOR FOR OVER 20 YEARS IN MIAMI SANDING ACE TILE & FLOOR CLEANERS 2131 N.W. 51 $t STREET PHONC NE 4-1293 DAN CHAPPELL 1004 Biscayne Building | f M N G S S T^OCK SERVICE, INC tnd NtfTTlBROS. r %  Hue* p5UJ ST CHANUKA GKltJINGS Lang's Service comnm AUTO REPAIR siwia "Hyin-mutk" Trmmsmissis Ktpairti 427 S.W. ltd STREET n,„, FR 4-3960 OMT II Yamn Smme UetrfJc* GREETINGS Choi. E. Coleman Coleman Solar Service TANKS • BOOSTERS • NEW SYSTEMS • REPAIRS (Member Chamber ol Commercei 1007 S.W. 27th AVENUE 6251 N.W. 2nd STREET Nights • Sunday* Holiday* Phone HI 6-7854 A Happy Chanuka to the Jewish Community J. E. LUDICK 12389 N.E. 6th AVENUE. NORTH MIAMI TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI COAL & OIL CO. and MIAMI CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.. INC. 2156 N.W. 11th Avenue Phone 2-7896 targe Storage Rooms for Kent with Meat Kails Zero 4 Up TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA IN LOS ANGELES IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S IN CHICAGO IT'S HENRICI'S IN NEW YORK IT'S LINDY'S IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S WOLFIE'S RESTAURANT — SANDWICH SHOP 195 Lincoln Road GKEtTINGS MODERN SHOWER DOOR MANUFACTURERS, INC. Wholesale Ketail free estimates Immediate Deliveries 3498 N.W. 7th STREET PHONE HI 4-2266 GREETINGS Coral Gables Pottery Shop "Red Wood Patio Furniture 2931 Coral Way Phone HI 8-3055



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p^mber 16. 1955, | Prosterman, 72, Was Honorary President of National Fund Council L Prosterman, 72. of 4427 K.1 ave a retired nun's [W £nufacarer, died here _;, Dec. 7. "L.terman was honorary lident of the Jewish Na. Mid Council of GrCater !,i the time of his death. On -ceding Sunday. Dec. 4. he a plaque in recognition of jce to JNF from Mendel national executive of the t National Fund, at Greater h'first annual dinner in be-; t'the land organization. [prosterman was also a vice' tot of Miami Beach-Israel District, vice president of mail of Jewish Education, jnibcr of the Jewish Home Aged and on the budget: jtttf of Greater Miami Jewleration. ame here 12 years ago from i where he had founded and jadent of Temple Israel. [jvors include his wife, Mrs. osterman, three sons, a tt and a brother. ,C5 were Sunday. Dec. 11. at Jjjje-Beach Memorial Chapel, Bon ave with interment in i Cemetery. local honi.it Hi BERTHA HILLMAN taTlhlT I'll. ill" l-land. Miami \ii So* -• while visiting In Sh>%  in"here elKht years I i> trice pemldenl of Helltrmn JCtap*!" i" f Miami Beach, |rt. BprlM V.ilh ) .mil Peek;, niu .'i licensed funeral rllSew V k Stale ami HI a %  of th.National Kutonil 1>IAuoiiati' i Hadaaaaa, the irul man) other jtMt Hellm.ui t'hapel In New li, [I !. f I ineral arrangeJULIUS LUBARSKY H|| I HI I'reek dr., died Nov. WII a winter vlaltor trots N ^ I: • Ide-Bearh Mi [Clii'i'l .' %  i" %  large of burial imiISAAC SIMON ;:;. >\\ i .11.-.i No\ IWtre Si -'• in Itlveridde%  'Bai el, with *u: Ul %  I I'eineti r) JACOB HENIQ Iktrt N'o\ .'• Newmnn-Oordot I Hwi'.r. MI.I ni III ,. h. wax In %  local (iraiiKementa, with iXtw ^ SAM DUMST I Tr|i|i ave i'... onilt llrove. o^MunVr""; T r "" 1 -' L.ih t ; < %  „ of Ml.urn and a member of Weal Mtaml Mason ,• \ A ,t\ Kr Blki Lodge M8 !" nd Jer <'Inrl i.? ""' •*""•'. laugh*/„!"• hl P" ren <*. Mr and Mm $"at?h X,7'"r *• %  ** were Nov Mi£ r.V" iY 1:,,n '5fr" "' "'• ,: ""'"" Kun r;.| Home, with burial in the family plot at M. Neho Ce.neterv r.-, „.*i?-*: F "*NCfi$ COOPER .£ of Si, .„„ ,, Miami Beach, | .he-', c """ "•'" fpom Brooklyn three yean, ago and In survived b) I, bPotK-r a a nd %  tatV'fe.i*^!?' Gordon Funeral j," '" -Tf. -\wnian. A acrai. me,Ml H' 1 2I !*t '"*< '*<'• 3. 'icht yeam^'o $£& T&Z" "'"' put -vive.i by hi H wlr? r! ? ork H <" '•-. Natalie m,|Rii,, hl a '"''V Uu h Herman, of Miami* ;..? nrt '" %  '"her. %  I'UU.il .iiranK.-inent.. MRS. ESTHER ZISSEN LU. r, ,'::?•", ^ • 1 '> 'our sons, Charles Miami I <£@ I'h.ih,I 1 ; %  "'"• %  '• Mi; "'"vi -[I ihiiii|m, Dayton; ami \| rH A i :' ,k rl iyne. Ind s..,v„, '..,, /:,' t, Beach M..',„n, ^"•Jt^i.n-iiM,^,,,, w wjIll ,, m |a| n in charg e of loca l arrangement!. _. '"A LEVINE .". OflMi %  "Hi-.a-, H ml r il-.i Dec, i Rlveralde.lleach Men i mm "mi in charge of arrangementi BENJAMIN FRANKLIN v\ of J. 6: 1 W i!' w % %  %  -"' wy Nov. JO at hia home M. ran I fn.m New Vork five yeara ago and •raa ih, owner "f %  aign paintlnc firm He la rarvlved by hli it... Kdlth ami two son*. Howard, of I'olumhii and Btewart, member of the armed rorcea In Korea Henricea were I "' ""• Rlveratde Beach Memorial i iiap.i. NuriiiHii'K |ie, with burial In Mt Sinai ( ein.i, i > JEFFREY FRIEDMN 16-monlh-ohl „.,ii ,.| M, Hn ,| yi r |.;,|. ward Friedman "f Homextead. died In a local hoMpitHl Nov 3(1 Ser\lcen were Nott 30 in the (lordon Miami Chapel with burial in Mt Blnal Cemeten MAX MOSS 6*. of HOO NK 163rd t died Nnv in In t a local hoapltal. A ahoemaker, he CUIIH here L'n yeara axo from Weal I'alm Beach He la aurvlvcd b) his wife. IjOaJU, three anna. Irviniawand llanv of Miami, ami Manuel "f N.w Vork City. two brother* ami one xlater Services Were l>ec •.' in I;.,I.|,,M Miami Chapel. with Interment In Mt Nebo Cemeterj HERRELL BRYAN BERCER 16, Of North Miami, died al a local hoapit.il |>rc I. All automobile HUPpile* Mkvaman, he came here from Akron, Ind., lii. yeara ago, and wan n Rhrlner. a Mason and an Klk Surviving ax, his mother in Akron. ter and two brothera Services were Jjyc, 3 In Riverside-Beach Memorial <"hapel. Normandy Iale, with burial in Akron. MRS. KATE MILSTEIN ...'." Meridian av,,. M, mil ,,.,„,,. ,'," i.^ 1 "''.a,,,., here elghl yean husband, Abraham; four daughters, Uhlrlej Llppson, Mrs I:I.. Matxa arid Mri Ullian Handeroblt, a I of Oreatei Miami; Mrs. Dora Nesun, and %  son, Philip, hoth of New ,V" k ,: s ", "•' •" %  in the Riverside-Beai h M emorutl chapel, with Interment in Mt Nebo Cemetery! MISS ROSE VERHICK R. of 6J1.-, R ue Vendome, Miami 1 oled Dei I in a local hospital %  me her.elMit Marago from .New York and is aurvived by three nsters, Including Miss Miriam Verlui k and Miss Bally Verfclck, both of Mteml l:.ai|i. and a brother. Joseph A "i Miami Services were Dec, "i In Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel ndj Isle, with entombment in Qrai • land Park Mausoleum. LOUIS H. DINETZ 11, of M17 Harding ave.. Miami Beach, died Dec I He .ame here 1L' yean im Mllburn, N .1 and is survived bj his wife, Rae, and %  son, Richard, DI Newark, N..I Services and burial irere In New Jersey, with RiversideBeach Memorial chapel, Alton nl. in charge "i !" %  al ai rangements. MRS. LILLIAN GOLDBERGER v.'. of S87 '.'mil st Miami Beach, died i Bhi %  me here 15 j eai ago from Ne York Hervlces were Dec '> at ih,. Oraceland Mausoleum Chapel, uitii Riverside-Beach Memorl Chapel. Alton pi in charge of arrangements, JACOB ROTHSCHILD 15 Oo n dr., died Dei I Rh i i slde-Bearh Memorial Chapel, Washington ave., • %  ,i in %  hai •• "t burial arrangements JOSEPH MOSCOVITZ :.. of 1361 W Sth ave dud Dei I Memorial Chapel, Plaglei si was in charge of arrangementst ABRAHAM BODEK •;>. of 111 ",;ii st Miami Beach, passed away I '• in charge "i burial ai Mas HelTman'i tuneral Chapel. fWBecltebnan. dir*C!oiW for overseas opera*k Joint Distribution %  d'd in New York Jay of a heart attack. As IDC director!* 1951. Beckelman T* 1 a key role in the %  of relief, resettleI Construction prof* behalf of needy Jews 1 N onh Africa and L!J G REEN PL ANT FOOD 00 Y Ltwn? f ofi rich P ,an Sd TL^ mineral, thai UW" S h ch bugs out "• Sold exclutiyely ED STORE '" Pk 19-2401 MAX I. HOCHHEISER 7. or-mo Plnetr.e dr.. Miami Beach. died lee. 2 in a fcrl hoi>itnl He eame here 10 months ago from Verona. N.J.. and IM nurvlved py hm wife, Sadie, of p MRS ANNA MARKOFF K, "f 1111 SW 10th .st. died Dec. I. Servlees were Dec. %  '• In Oordon'a Miami Chapel, with burial in Mt. UmaJ cm. HENRIETTA KENT 19, of 111 Palermo ave, Coral Gables, died Nov 25 m a ly al hospjtal. She is aurvived bj In r hushand, George; one daughter, Mrs. Kvebn Gluckstern: her fathei. Meyer Gottlieb; two Brothers, William and l'i"l Gottlieb: and two %  Isters, Mis Sylvia Loeb and Mn Mac Boyewsky Ber\'lces and burial were in NeW V..rk City. Riverside Memorial Chapel Plaglcr % • wI 111 charge of local arrangements. MRS. LIBBY KOPEL 41 ..f Use SW mth .. vaaittd awaj Nov JT In a local hospital. Survivom are her husband. Max; one son Arthm. DM ffcughter. Mrs. Batty oasaner and three %  Taters, Hannv line, Soni. Friedman, and Jean Alexander ONE GREETINGS WKen In Search For Definitely Better FurAiture and Home Furnishings At Reasonable Prices •Remember The Name WDODRUM'S OF FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND FINEST HOME FURNISHERS AIR CONDITIONED NORTHEAST SECOND AVE. AT SEVENTY-THIRD STREET MIAMI Phone 84-1625 21 of i R ?. 8e ". T *TNER SS!eMJE and Interment were in New York . o f l„swi;.,hs,.. died,,.,,. X,,v S-.nf ,d in." h r i -' ywt "" f """ 88?i ,. i \;'" :l v ->'''"' of World ar I and a Mason He was a brother • 1.0.1.1.• Bnndel, forme, Miami clS ',.?,',["''"'',:'""l Ju,, Burvlvor. in'II. ,„ daiiKhters. Mrs Gertrude rtster : 'M Mr ? ''H 1 .'" ,; "" 1 """''' • £ ,'H 'r s Jot Morris, of Miami .i"e's M v !L wer ? Wov 1 <" Oct. dona Miami Chapel, with burial in MI. Nebo Cemetery, Page 15 B M R ,?, L LL AN S BARBER .|. of 319 NW :10th St., died Nov. 23. v,V a r -'".' ""X." %  '• %  %  %  '"-'" f "" New X'M.I,. y S,,e U "urvived by two daiiKhters Mrs. John Temple and Mrs. %  harl.s Simms, hoth of Miami; two Uilllam Miller, both Of New York and two grandsons^ Services were Nov. 2:. in the Miami Chapel of the Gordon runeral Home, with burial In Mt Mnai Cemetery, DAVID WILSON 69. a visitor from Chicago, died here Nov. tl, N.-wman-c.oi di, n Puneral Home w.,s iii charge of arrangements locally. GEORGE GREENE 54, of Mt! Hawthorne ave Surfsdde died Nov, 15, Services and burial were in Cleveland, with iiiv.-r-ale1!. a, Ii Memorial Chapel. Normandy Isle, in charge of local arrangements. LOUIS A. ROBINSON 63. of U'L's West ax.. Miami lieai h. P* I away Nov. IS. Services and burial were held In I'hiiadeii.hia. Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel, Washington ave.. was In charge of arrangements locally. r„ V £! LL -^. M H EMSWILER ^"v" ij 0 ,n ave-. Miami Reach. ruil ( hapel, \\ashin B ton ave.. was in charge of buria l arrang ements. .„ MEYER OSTROV aX of 2t L NE 53rd ter >led Nov. 27. Gordon Mineral Home, Miami, was in charge of buri al arrang eTnents. •, „. JACOB BERNSTEIN 79. of 2770 BW 32nd ave., died Nov. 27. .services were Nov. 2X In the Riverside Memorial Chapel, Klagler st., with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. LILLIE KWART .' i v NW 45,h st •


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Page 14 A +Je*lst ncrid**ti__ Services In GreaterMiami's Houses Of \^oZ3 BETH EMETH CONGREGATION GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES \'ill hu',1 l-'ri.i ^Basa^ „ ^ ., c i i • # i M B n ^ 'Ham bnli i lc *l BETH EMETH CONGREGATION v ill noli Herbert Buchwald will dis• i no Challi i CORAL GABLE? JEWISH CENTER will hold Fj\fa\ i i( i al 8: IS Rabbi Morris Skop will i i: Chanuica Candles <'ould Talk.*" Mrs. A H. Helfgott will bless the candles and he hosl with Mr Helfgott at the Once Shabbat following Saturday morning .-ervIces are .it 9:45. Sheila, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Victor Reiter, 3370 SW l TT ti it., will become Bas MHzvah Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions ol the htm KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Frida) evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will preach on the topk: The American Jew Salur day morning services arc at 8:80. Subject ui the sermon is based on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Abrs ham Seif will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Rabbi's class is ai 4:19 pjn Mfnchs will be at 44") p in followed bj Shalos .-< udos GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUI ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD HEBREW INSTITUTl Hi at. ACUDATH ISRAEL BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION NORTH 'SHORE JEWISH CENTER K20 7Sth TEMI H SHOLOM -4144 cbaao ovv. l.ii"-ral. IUbl>l IMII • r. TEMPLE EMANU EL liOl U ., -MM*III ave. Lehl nimi. I 'a loi Pb BELOW LINCOLN BETH JACOB CONGREGATION — P.ni -311 Waahlafftoa Rabbi 1 M '"•*. %  ETH TFILAH CONOREGATIO'. mild ave. Orthodox. HEBREW ACADEMY '.' 1I • 6th ft. Orthodox. KubM' Akxa: KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION — HI*. Ku. lid ave. Orthodox. mm Ball TORAH TEMPLF : I \\ • % % %  • %  ST1 AIII.II.HII .Ju.lalsm. lUbbla Abraham CORAL OABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER IM I'alvrmo ave. I.ll.rral. Ori'.i Uaii.i •i living ROAD %  i Joive. Rabbi Alexander Gross Weakly Portion HEBREW ACADEMY will hold t'ndav evening service! at 8:18. Saturday morning servlees are 3t 9 Rabbi Alexander Gron will preach on the Week!) Portion of the Law Mincha is al ."> p.m., followed bj Seudo.s Dailj servici NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN, ,„<, f) pm „,„, TER will hold Fnda> c n iJn sen 6 18 Rabbi Maj i Al" will ci t f icial c and Sisterb i" group will present a group ol i hanuka Sal i morning. Mi i in son of Mi Mrs Chai Mitzi ntor Edward Klein the musical portions of the liturgy, under the direction oi Eli Samuels Sermon will be based on the Weeklj Portii i • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold PTldaj evening services at 8:30 Kabbi Abraham Herson will discuss Not by Bread Alone" Cantor Albert Sword -But by the Spirit of God." GlantI renders the musical portions chanuka program follows Cantor TEMPLE SINAI of Holly. will hold ini. j evenii at 8 :' bj David Sliaii.ro will h on: "Not by P lor bj CANDLELIGHTING TIME Teveth 1 — 5:15 p.m. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER 44 Xamora ave. i Hurwlts, Cantor Rudolph Hrtll. N T O W N MIA Conservative. B iM Rabbi ji. DOWNTOWN CONGREGATION M IN N\V :ud aviv Ortbodax. i>...t>i.i LAUDERDA BETH RAPHAEL \ • I :• k.i HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLL YWOOD— !725 Monroe at.. Hollywood. i'on Rabbi Bamuel U TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLVWOOD-MO IV.Ik at Hnllywc.cxl. rnnaervabbl David Shapiro ra>ntor TafeiMaab Uellbraun. TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE — t01 South Andrewa av\, )••; • DP I:.,I bl Murlua KHIIH ti HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER '.Til Kaat 4th ave. aarvai NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL IS7 NK lllta -i Reform Rabbi Joaaph Varot, ttatit.l n Rabbi Emerltua. Cantor Jaoob Bornatvin. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER M North Mlfimi a\.v I ,. i.. Heraoit Castor A. its. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION Iglal NW 17th ave FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTEPV—T.O N.W Mat pL K.il.lii I..-\ Kn-erer Junior services are at 10 am Can[ w ill officiate and preach on the tor William Lipson renders the mu sical portions of the liturgy. a a e BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will preach on: .'Kindling fhe Fires of Destiny." Cantor Louis Gartenhaus will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are in Yeshiva Hall at 10 am topic: "Devotion to a Cause." Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday morning services are at 9 am Subjject of the sermon is: "In the Search." Daily services will be at 8 am and 5 p.m.. with Sunday morning services commencing at 9. • • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 Oneg Shabbat services are at 8:30 Rabbi H. Louis Rottman i will Class in Sanhcdrin will be at 4 p.m. | w dl officiate during Saturday services are at 9 am Subject of : his sermon is scheduled as: "fn Thee We Trust." Bible class is at 3:45 pm Mincha is at 4:45 p m., Mlowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services will be at 7.30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. • • • TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold i Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will discuss: "Farewell to a Glori-I ous Festival" Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Morris Ad ler, spiritual leader of Congregation Shaarey Zedek. Detroit, will | preach in honor of the Bar Mitzvah ^of his nephew. Robert Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Adler. I Cantor Philip Brummcr render i h. i musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services will be in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. %  • • FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:45. Saturday morninK serVaees are at 8:30 Rabbi Leo Hum will preach on the topic: "Festival of Chanuka < haHongc to the Modern Jew." Junior services are. at 10:30 a.m. Mincha will be at 4 p.m.. when William, son of Mr and Mrs Har old Gangei. becOBaM Har Mit/vah The Gangels will be hosts at Shalos Seudos • • • TEMPLE ZION will hold Fridayevening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will preach on the topic: "Maccabees Conclude Their Task Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mir. Arthur J. Berken. will become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha is at 5 p.m. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica will preach on the topic: "But With My Spirit." Saturday morning services commence at 9. Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Lucille Moore directs the Center choir. • • e TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 7:45 Rabbi Leon Kronish will narrate his script: "Annual Chanuka Candlelight Service Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musiA Heap, CJieaeie T, fritnii mmi *ltrW| cal portions of the liturgy. Saturdaymorning services are at 10:45 ayproc CTIinifi OF Lewis, s„n of Mr. and Mrs. John' 1 Serbin. 4554 Adams a\Cr. will become Bar Mitzvah BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Tibor Stern will answer ten questions from the floor on philosophic; al and rabbinic law. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Cantor Maurice Mamches will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Bible follows Mincha at AND ANTIQUES! 321 N.f. 7th STHfl Phone 14-411* Hade I on ii iv Newsdealers Supplj ED. PETRY. Gen. Mgr. 2500 N.W. 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+Jmislincr*Ma*7 Pag* 4B TOP COMMUNITY LEADERS ALREADY ON RESERVATION LISTINGS Latin Quarter Social Will Open National Council Season Continued from Pago 1 B which Lou Walters announces that in addition to the magnificent extravaganza, "a succulent beef steak dinner will be served." For those who plan to attend this affair unescorted, special seating arrangements are being handled by Mrs. Helen Goldsmith. Other table locations arc being assigned in the order in which reservations are being received, say Mrs. Mathes and Mrs Leschel, in charge of this phase of the arrani-emontv Mrs. Seymour Somerstein and Mrs. Pohn, in Beth David Women Will Stress Books On Wednesday "Jewish Living Through .!> % %  • ling" Mi he the then mi eting ol Sisterheo D;i\ id i Wt esday n, Dec, 21. \ i K fair (thlhll will h sel ii[) bj MrUu S hunk chairman Invocation will be delivered bj MrPei iti Si heinberg Stu ol Beth David religious school will an original skit, "Mj B i. Ba :k to Me will be Wai : n Feller, Roi d J .-on. Ronnie Mark, Michael H R >IM rta Rabinowitz, Linda Schwartzman and Jeanne Laurie Weinkle, Adult role will ho portrayed bj Bernard AJH Highlight of the program will !><• a book revie* bj Louis Schwartzman, i xecutivc director ot the lewish Education here He will review "Solomon and the n ol Sheba," b) ( n azi Or if. Sisterhood will sponsor %  coffee eding the meeting. charge of reservations, announce that there are still some few tables not filled, and requests for reservations will be accepted until they arc completed. Dinner will be served t 7 p.sn.. announces'Mr A. Bonardi. Latin Quarters maitre dlinter. All funds raised through the annual dinner dance. HQ Mn Lehman, will be used to support Council's many and varied programs Ol service to the comiminilv and the world. catering perfection Talking over the approach of "the season" in Miami Beach during a late meal at Pumpernik's 67th are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frankel and Mr. and Mrs. Isador Gluckman, of Atlas Sign Co. The couples later visited Pumpernik's Pantry, now open adjacent to the home of the pumpernickel bagel. Returns from Chicago Mr-. Hn Zion G i i %  just ret, %  I %  the aunt and um Mr ley Beth Israel Sisterhood Has Heavy Schedule Mrs M MagtT, program chairman, t hi watjk announced that Beth Israel Bister fa oo d held a monthly meeting in the lorm of a Chanuka SOCial Wednesday, Dec. 14. at the home <>i MrI) Anuel. 4160 Alton rd MrI Friedman, president of the Sisterhood. Wednesday said that Sisterhood iponaored an t <>n Saturday. Dec 10 Also sponsored '>> Sisterhood was the annual Chanuka lunchIn-:. 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16. 1955 ^^*fe#7 mnuka Tales #nd Miracles. By ELI WR %  leRew |s are c,ose,y ln rtii o.l and Israel today •** over 0 ,, bg the ^,^# mofienCoiA are itfp* It'**;*** oil Itlrf Menorah in the Temple Ming the ancient battle for dependence f of the oil recently disiIsrael will he brought to ••ton norah apparently was carried off to th P „ k Rome in the general loot. That the a batt e f^ Ef"?? 6 ,0 he| P wi Roman, thought it a great prise is Ihl ,11 !? r 3 *V sh '"dependence. to bt seen by the fact that in ihe Ar eredM itt Hftme thefa^tui* < > Pfmo£t* seems ^tonaT^ She fprf tK I. '"uepenacm fh %  6 latkes to Holofernes he: Synan general to make hS hirsty and when he became thlrT<>'• srre gave him wfne and got him !" nk and then she l^M'3* Jerusalem and during succeeding generations, it fell into the han.U Wd iE ,1 n U ? fl aIly re,urned to Palestine gaged In Square Garden. and HOme hold that ( WM Ujcn{ed jjjf 0 • • (somewhere in an undergr.mn.l %  ycabeanlit the Cnanuk* 'vault of one of the t ^ bu' Temple Menorah. churches of old aVrusafcrri amP „ t lh< Temple MenoBut where is it? And how shall ^wonderful theme for i„iv According to the : hed 96 pounds—all were of the Syrian and those found enrtudying the Torah taken custody. ,,„. voun j found a way to outwit the eneim Chr.st,,,, police. Thej carried topi S '•""'"'I'lV with then, and when it be found? the young students found on< ****the Gestapo appr thej hu The Templa Manorah was (aahr edly pulled out their "drehdels" Page 13 A 'S WMrff fob Our Pleasure Ed. J. 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Page 12 A Friday, n tc ^^ Clianuku Gelt Timw By JUDAH RICHARDS One of the most time honored methods of observing QhjDUka. has %  enfyr* • %  oi gi produce on the school's own land decided to keep some of the harvest under refrigeration distribute it at Chanuka time i he devoted teachers who lead lh combined (Chool and home lor i rpriviieged but gifted boys ••,! pruie in thiN decision oi • ,i students it demonstrates the tiveness ol thenefforts in cate in these growing Isi tense ol belonging, • %  feeUo ponsibilirj to the community n the life of the coun try. Through the initiative of this group, buildings and land were obtained on the highest hilltop in Jerusalem. The school, of which Ira Guilden, noted New York communal leader, i* Board chairman. now serves 120 citizen-students, who live there and carry on a rounded cour-e of study. In the field of vocational training, for example, Boystown ideveloping one of the finest curricula offered ;mv\jhere Itequipment includes a number oi machine tools, awell a%  modern feur-color printing press Each boy participates In agricultural train-1 lng, "t kej importance in | land like Israel, which Belies to heavily on the products of it(arms to teed itgrowing population. In the academic held. Boystown the nation. To man;. 61 these comparefavorably With any -chool from many different beckare learning to live together, to work together, to plsy cutties, could not easily find their t0Re(her 7^ are | e ,rning to re.roper place in the life of the coun spect each other They are discov ering the same fact that has made America great: that differences in origin, in language, in customs can be a source of strength and unity if they are properly understood and directed toward the common benefit It is in this light that the way in which the students at Boystown have chosen to observe Chanuka a-sumes its most profound significance They are responding to the challenge which faces them: the challenge of good citizenship, of communal responsibility. The gifts which they are bringing to those who need them are the product of their own effort and labor, and carry with them a message of appreciation for the opportunities that Israel officers. 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Page 12 B _____ •if* +Jmi§*ncrk0i*n T -— -JL %  Fridc /$*r ^|^ # Chrr-of-Town ^/Vutzvah Guests _• s Honor Allen Dennis Robert Zakarin Allen Delimit Alien Dennis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Aitman, 3881 NW 1st at.. M ill become Bar Mitxvah during Saturday morning services, Dec. 17. of Zamora Jewish Center. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will offi date, with Cantor Rudolph Bri'i rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Allen has attended Zamora Jewish Center reHftoai -chool for 4he past four years. He is a Star Scout and also a patrol leader of Troop' IS. The Bar Mit/vah is student council representative of his class at Kinloch Park Junior High. Out-of-town guests will include, h I grandparents, Mr and Mrs Sam' Goldstein; Mr and Mrs Phil Rubin and Michael and Roberta, uncle ami aiml and fmiflnt; and Mr. and Mrs Sain Cohen, all of Brooklyn. N y Also attending will be Mr. and MrB Kornhlau. Belle Harbor, HiKkaway Beach. N.V.. and Mrs. ROM Herman, Bronx. NY. The Aitmanwill be host at the Friday evening Oneg Shabbat in honor of Allen, as well as at Kid dush following Saturday morning services Dinner reception is scheduled Sunday morning, Dec. 18, a : the Algiers hotel. Lewi* Serbir., son of Mr. and John Serbin. ^554 Adams will become Bar Mitzvah at Temple I o m. RCDLI Leon Officiate. Lew.s. a lent at Bctn Shclom religious school, is in the e'ghth : Nautilua Junior High ool. Hospital Board Fetes Staff t Mount Sinai ital will plaj hoK to staff nd their familieat I % % %  annual holiday party Dec 18. on Johnbland, small island located pus) bathe bos] Gilts for i Robert Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Adler, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Saturday, Dec. • Habbi living Lehrman will late. Robert is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Rabbi Moiris Adler, spiritual leader of Congregation Shaarey Zedek, EJetroit, will preach in honor of his nephew's Bar Mitzvah. employee are provided by the hospttal'l medical staff Cue-ts of the hospital part> win number ever l.ooo parsons MILKBOY I* mod* in Switzerland-that genwin* imported Swiss Cruyere ju*t right for the leek fer the M.lkbey .n the be* onW wrapper Two Will Become Bar Mitzvah Double Bar Mitzvah will mark Saturday morning services, Dec. 17 at Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Yankov Rosenberg will officiate with Cantor William Lipson rendering the musical portion of the liturgy. Myron, son of Mr. and Mrs Lawrance Beck, and Robert, son of Mr. and Mm. Louis Zakarin. will become Bar Mitzvah Myron is a student at Coral Way Public School and has been ittend ing Beth David religions school for the past four years Robtrl is an eigth grade student ;.t Shenandoah Junior High and has %  tail ban attending 3cth DavM i r the past lour years. 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Dec 17 m honor of the Bar Mitzvah of S ??P hew R obert Adler. son of N.r and Mrs. Benjamin Adler. Rabbi Adler. one of the •eadinq rabbis in the Conservattea Movement m the United,' States, has for the pat year served avisiting Professor of Homiletscs at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America AUGUST BROS ftv Robert Zakarin BarS^T Robert AIM Zsksrin will beM.ami if. come Bsr Mitzvah during Sstur-ldent at Sh ***** day morning services. Dei Beth David Congregation II Robert Alan Zsksrin will beM.ami n is a si day morning services. Dec. 17 Q f I anrt h! Shcnandoa h JurZl Beth David CoiigreaaUon. h at "nded fc, h J*l Rabbi Ysakov S-nberg wU| "T ^"" l f r > C^3 officiata. arith Cantor William RocpD,5n lUpson rendering the musical per tions of the liturgy Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Zakarin, 2445 SW 21st st, hHdS*um Vel h „ 0nof %  nc how. nin KM1 Among Wrents, aurits I„H ln,,B *l E55"' ^iTShS ## Your Doetor Snu. • MT, er No SNA*. „ BJ, J4lr? 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