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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKL
29Number 51
BAN DUE IN MIAMI WEDNESDAY
0 BRING DIRECT REPORT OF CRISIS
BORDER ADJUSTMENTS' SUGGESTED
traef in Five-Point Program
On Reciprocal Basis for Peace
With Touchy Arab Neighbors
WASHINGTON (JTA>A five-point plan to serve as a basj., for ;in
Msrael peace -ettlement has been outlined by Israel to the State
nent, il w:- learned here Wednesday. The plan makes it clear
plrejects arbitrary cession of territory or resettlement <>! Arab
js inside the Jewish State. However, on a basis of mutualih and
ocity within the framework of a general peace settlement, Israel
hotilu'il ih'' state Department of its readiness to consider:
-? 1. Minor mutual boundary ad
just ment.
2. Free port facilities at Haifa
with transit rights for Jordan
3. A plan to afford a transit
arrangement linking Jordan
with Egypt acro>s the Negev,
but without cession of any
territory or compromise of
Israel sovereignty in any way
4. Affirmative attitude toward
compensation of Arab refu-
gees along lines outlined Au
gust 26 by Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles.
5. Agreement to the Johnston
Plan for the Jordan and Yar-
muk Rivers involving release
of Israel water to the Arabs.
It was made clear that a settle
BULLETINS-
PIAN The new Premier of
late Wednesday said his
)licit's arc to restore order
t not-racked country and car-
thonest, neutral elections. In
lio broadcast monitored by
1. Ibrahim Pasha Hashem
nti that the elections will
nine whether Jordan joins
Western Baghdad Pact.
JUWANRelative calm in riot-
Jordan \\Vdnesday raised
that enraged Arabs have
i brought under control follow-
| their attack on American offi-
1 buildings here earlier in the
nd the tearing down and
ng of the stars and Stripes.
'incidents have been reported
YORK Harry Gilroy,
foreign correspondent of
iN*w York Times, early this
| indicated in a report to his
*Per that reliable sources
British Prime Minister Sir
My Eden is seeking a British.
Wled corridor linking Jordan
Suez area across the south-
I **ev as his government's
1 'or acting the role of Neat
'fcdiator.
Continued on Page 2 A
CHARGES PRIME MINISTER IS PRO-ARAB
I
f den Bid as Mediator Criticized
Sharply by Labor Party Leader
LONDON (JTA)-In his firs, statement on foreignJ^'.f^J^
election last week as leader of the Labor Party MJWbUJtharp >
Will Make Major Policy
Talk as Tension in Near
East Mounts to Climax
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban will be in Miami Wednesday to
address top leaders of the Jewish community here on the current
emergency crisis in the Near East. This will be Mr. Eban's second
appearance in the area within recent months.
The Ambassador is expected to bring a first-hand report on his
government's troubled relationships with her Near East Arab neighbors.
It is anticipated that Mr. Eban will make a statement with regard to
Israel's discovery early Wednesday of "positive proof" that Syria has
militarily invaded Israeli territory.
According to reliable sources, it is hoped that the Ambassador,
who is also the Jewish State's chief delegate to the United Nations,
will present his government's position on British Prime Minister Sir
Abba ban Anthony Eden's second bid in as many weeks to act as mediator in the
Near Bast hot spot.
... at Westview Greater Miami Jewish Federation officials, under whose auspices
Mr. Eban will appear here, indi-
cated early this week that the
Ambassador is expected to make a
major policy address, covering Is-
rael's possible rejection of the
British bid as a disguise for achiev-
ing a corridor in the southern
Negev linking Jordan and the Suez
area.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher will be
hosts at the dinner meeting Wed-
nesday evening, which is scheduled
to be held in Westview Country
Club. The dinner event is being
called specifically for the purpose
of launching the S375.0OO emer-
gency fund drive to aid Israel
a drive which will seek to gather
funds over and above the 1956
Combined Jewish Appeal goal for
this area.
According to representatives of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation, special sermons will be
delivered Friday evening in syna-
gogues throughout the area, dur-
ing which spiritual leaders will call
for generous support of the emer-
gency action and offer community
prayers for the success of the ven-
ture.
Meanwhile, Monday, Jewish com-
munity leaders here took immedi-
ate steps to implement the 1956
CJA drive at an emergency meet-
tMlRGlNCY fUND DRIVE HERE STRESSED
'56 CJA Goal Now Official;
Will Seek 3,000 Volunteers
The Combined Jewish Appeal this week made official the record
ment offering the Arabs these ad goal of SI.350.000 for 1956 at an emergency meeting of the Greater
^SUS^Mt^Smi Mmi Jewish Federation board of governors. Tentative announcement
ous Arab extension of Darallel fac of this figure was made here last week.
An additional special fund of $375,000 was also unanimously voted
as part of the all-time goal. This fund will be allocated specifically
_______^to the United Jewish Appeal to
continue immigration and resettle,
ment programs in Israel and spe
cifically to hurry movement of
40,000 Moroccan Jews from tension
areas in North Africa.
Federation president Stanley C.
Myers hailed the important deci-
sion by the 200 community leaders
as "a step forward in strengthen-
ing of democracy in the Middle
East and a historic decision to save
human lives in jeopardy."
More than 50 agencies in the
fields of health, welfare, religion,
civic defense and education
Continued on P9 2 A
Continued on Pag* 2 A
Israel.
<2X tfS.-* TttUS MM HMgrwujewjjWgjyjMM *r mams
said, referring to Prime Minister
Eden's speech. "We have guaran-
teed Israel's existing frontiers and
we have to stand by that guaran-
tee He insisted upon an emphatic
reaffirmation of the Tripartite
Declaration of 1950, instead of
reference to the 1947 partition bor
Continued on Pago 2 A
Hn-^t Leader Dr.
^1 Silver wa. named
rr^y chairman of the
.," Jwwl Bond campaign
Israel 'Violator'
Ike Vows Immigration Changes
mm VORK (FTA*-President Eisenhower and
NKU VORK Ji/i' an() s|rong
| vmum-uatinn w.1 m .k. j, ^^
recommendation* ',nj-rt J was state(l here
<" ^r"u'vi X* ****> i ,he
ll"'Mk,> r.hm, Mr Rabb was the guest speak-
,^;;hr,;M!;;!n-.:->.lHnu,uf the United Mias
drive to rewrite the McCarran-Walter Act and to
extend the Refugee Relief Act must be put on in
1956."
Ben Toaster, president of the United Hias Service,
who launched the 1956 campaign for funds for the
organization, told the 350 guests who attended the
dinner, that "there are still thousands upon thou-
sands of Jews who wait uneasily fearfully, in the
PT *\ --- Mtuua "* ..- ------- -------- -
Service. __ immiGratioI1 policy Old World for the chance to immigrate to hospita-
ui I .t.. m war Mr. nauo >'____ -Th tailor 1u;b arc no lor
ed by immigrants
for instance
SPECIAL
UNITED NATIONS-MajC.erv
E. L. M. Burns, truce chief
United Nations in Palestine. ... .. Mr KaDD >-'"; --"The tailor JeWs are no longer in DF camps-insieaa w :
aegday night charged Israel with the cm o(fcrcd b immigrants The tan ^ md eyery Qne o{ them has t0 be
deliberate violation of the Arm. i ieed> the jca fof instance. sin danger oi extracted out of his hostile surroundings
sTice Agreement in the ^ "SSoUoa because we just cannot get enough ne p ^ ^ ^ expert att t tna,
StaTe attack on Syria a week ago deter or.no ^ t he ^ n ed out ^.^ ^ ^med
.irn warned that people ...nrn... General Jacob KJayus pynerienced aides, is equipped to furnish.
and not jusi loieiaieu. = K...^ -----
Jews are no longer in DP campsinstead they are
Sunday night. Burns warned
U^orney Genera. Jacob
Sunday night. Burns( *-r" ( '" New York's Attorney u<-n-a-^ ..major
further attacks might lead to tun ^ ^^ op,mons and statea u.
scale war.


Page 2j
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Fridc
_2?S*?be
Eban Due in Miami Wednesday to Bring Direct Crisis Report Jewish State Offers Five-Point
Reciprocal Peace Plan to Arak
iiMd from Pag. 1 A ft u H| Continued from P*g 1 A
n> the Biscayne Terrace hotel.
Reuven Dafni, Israel consul in
New York ;mi director of the Is-
rael office of Information, made
a special ; ing to address 25 of Greater Mi-
ami's top businessmen, industrial
i--- and welfare leaden The
group was called together QUickl)
in view ot the impending crisis
in Israel and the nerd for im-
fnediate action by the Combined
Jewish Appeal to raise the |375,
000 Miami- -hare oi a $25,000,000
w\\Ida drive for the i.i.v Im-
migration program m North At
rica.
"The Jewi in Morocco live on i
figurative volcano," said Dafni, de
scribing the extremely perilous
pi -ition oi the 40,000 who seek
immediate refuge in Israel 'Then
economic situation is deteriorating
Iinm daj to day. Their existence
i- untenable they cannot make a
and they fear the closing
down oi immigration visas which
may shut ofi forever the possibili-
ties oi their leaving North Africa
and finding a haven for themselves
and their families in Israel." D;il
ni stated.
Pointing out "Israel is todas the
I barometer of Jewish life through-
put the world." he urged Greater
Miami Jewry to asaumc national
I leadership in the emergency and
tn set an example for the other
40 titles throughout the I S which
have alreadj agreed to raise
emer) encj monies above their
normal campaign Koala
He indicated also thai eternal
imbalance "ill continue to exist
between Arabs and Jews because
of numerical superiority ot 40
000.000 Knba against :umh.ooo
.tew- and ilao because oi the re
supply of hoge quantiti<
ea ive arnu to the Arab ni
tions bj the Communist countries
Federation president Stanlej C
Myers, presiding al the rwift-mov-
ing organisation meeting on Mon-
day, commended the spirit ol sac
nine and genuine enthusiasm
which prevailed and extended to
Mr and Mrs Sher the appreciation
oi the entire board ol governors
ni the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration for their unusual gesture
Present at the emergenc) lunch-
eon were Sidney Ansin, \\ Wil-
liams \pte. Sam Blank. Shepard
I. Jack Carner. Mrs Louis
Glasser, Lou Goldman, Dr Morris
Im ir Isidore Hecht, Jr. Hom
rd Kane. Aaron Kanner. Abe
Kurman. Sidnev I.cfcourt. Klnel
Leaowoder, Dave Levinson, Stan-
le\ (' M\eis. Max Orovitz. Dr. Ben
jam,,, B Rosenberg. San, Ro .. ""?" *"f|*'" of the
Jacob Sher Fred K Shochet, bi- Arab bo*cott *
dore Simkowit/. Mrs Sanuiel Sim
Continued
onhoff and Carl wetokle
Mediation Bid Hit
By Labor Leader
Continued from Page 1 A
del- .is Edeil did
BOCM ot ii~ at least feel that a
people who have been hounded
and persecuted and massacred
throughout the BgCB, to the eternal
shame Ol mankind, should now be
allowed to live and flourish in
peace." he added The Labor Party
leader said that his party n
nlaae that settlement of the dis-
pute, which ha- been aggravated to
a "new and dangerous" extent by
Soviet supply of arms to the Mid-
dle East, "must Ihvolve solution
of the Arab refugee problem, the
ending of the blockade of Israel
and. no doubt some minor frontier
adjustments."
He assarted that there i- "no use
m expecting that the parlies to
this dispute arc going to be reed)
to make a settlement if either of
tie-
In light of Syria's move late last
week to have Israel ousted from
the t nited Nation- because
what Syrian delegate Shukairy
jtermed "warlike" aggression, in
formed sources here expressed
doubt that the proposals would be
acceptable to Arab leaders
Israel circles here said they have
absolutely no evidence that the
Arabs want peace. They feel a U.S.
, security guarantee applied to pres-
ent
11 felt that n
finally
canbe,
tied imallv by
A third party L- 'e Con
" "P tO the p"T h"*. b,
corned to worR '^ll
<>' "on face to <2 ',he flna'
?* w ft Sel
ing more closely wllh ,k
Saes than &**'
because of the Guildhall
British Prime M,n,
thony Eden.
Abandonment or thp r,,.,
of ay is
boundaries would increase ul- SEES' ^S** ,0 ,h< *
t.matc peace prospects. If nothing tion ,if Unal Jfejecls an>'
is done by summer, Israelis warn.! Ne" ,,?,, l*n*?4*" across
growing. Egyptian military strength otrfer fi ?$$m
will make the situation worse than
ever.
Israel circles here favor in prin
ciple the support by the United
States of projects like the Aswan
Dam in Egypt. But the Israelis
are asking if Egypt hasn't black-
mailed the United States and
whether the dam is a reward to
Egypt for signing the Czech arms
deal. The Israel view on the dam
is that if the United States
| lend generous financial
transit right-
is to
support
1956 Combined Jewish Appeal Goal
Official as 3,000 Volunteers Sought
them thinks thej can yet what they ,hl' West should extract something j people
want by force." Therefore, he in
National Fellowship _
Plan New Year's be
National Fellowship UagH
hold New Year\ eve party
day evening. Dec. 31, at the;
zar hotel.
"The group, a social oi
tion, was formed here mortt
year ago for the purpose of i
Continued from Page 1 A
. ;. i ited Stati
a- in i if this yi i
i ,, | | | .
yi i drivi
Miami agencies
n "i more

J< M
H
i 1 lewish 1 imilj
Miami
'eun
I
I it
. ml educational institutions
ooo and ti n sen
nd cultural organ! were
119.000 \ up ol
institutions Pio ,
W iiner. II the
i hnion S icietj re
; I i ish App<
I
drive forward iu reliel
work in Israel,
the Middle Bast
hTeii called upon the boat d dent of
wined represents or-
lewish life in this ;,.,
sisted, it is "essential" that Britain.
France and the United States re-
affirm their readiness to resist ag-
grcssion. "That is why." he noted.
we have pre.....I in Parliament
Ive pact with Israel
ir to the pact we haw with
Jordan."
together to meet
in return from Egypt as a contribu friends, explained
tion toward regional peace, co
operation with the Johnston Pact.
secretary,
week
:am
Betty Sic
Alton rd.,
i diae will } launched offl-
' the in lUgural dinner on
him an army of 3.000 volun
i i work with him,
which received u.
lions li year in i ampaign
which i on bal bigotr] and
I strengthen
throu t t!i
\ itable ..:
Appeal Dr. Blumenthal Speaks
'" "nd D our M Blumenthal,
.al clinical
' '
Koubek
Centei
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ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PHONES 9*3607- 9-3603
Beech Study Group Has
Melava Malkah Saturday
( bevra Mishnayos ol Beth Tfil-
ah Congregation held its tirst
Mel.r. h ol th n Sat
urdaj ei tiing al the -: nagogue,
according to an announcement this
week b\ Rabbi Meyer K..'.' i>ri-i-
the organization
Chevra Mishnayos meets each
n orning at Beth i fOah for study
sessions under the direction of
Joseph Rackovaky and num-
bers some ;i() members.
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mvnt IMouhp Ownvrtt .
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lycembar 23, 1955
jid Sales Soar
[st $631,000 Mark
, n( State "I I>racl Bonds for
*!jed |w>t the SS31.000 mark
"Sesday. Greater Minim
Jan Jacob Sher announced.
*Lrc represents an increase
[j6 per cenl above the entire
itotal. be said.
L.300 vnlimt-T workers con-
I t0 pri..... ((.Iloction-solici-
, ctmpaiRn for Israel Bond
C-ej prior to the end of the
noted that some $80,-
rjn (|1|l. c.mmitmcnts
m allow the yeart |Oftl of
(5,000 to be reached.
', spitc "i the grave crisis in
w received encouraging
nomic news on one front this
the chairman reported
I 300 barrels <>f oil daily are
being produced by Israel's
|WCII In the northern Ncgev."
|. being -hipped to Haifa
jjlentlv. and refining will get
within the next month,
bprocesses ol producing, trans-
iting and refining the oil all
i jiy on continued bond
i oi the principal BOtirc-
uu'ch madi tl e historic strikes
I
ifflec al
i .-ill (.i
uian- tl 'the dead-
nroll aa Guar-
[. 1955. Individ-
minimus
elici-
ted for
thi
l*i*!>norfdito
Testimonial Dinner for Mrs. Weilins
To Mark Youth Convention Dec. 26-30
Page 3 A
'onlal dinner to Mr. A
''"'k Weilins, paal DfaSS 5
BTith grand lodge
*"". ""I 'Umax the
id a I na, B'rith y6uth conven
""" al amp Owai :- |jar.
|'1- from Dec 26 to 3* i,
A. Friedman, National
Commissioner, and lira Joseph
Bermann Friedman will in tall
the Aleph Zadik Aleph and Mrs,
Bermann, the B'nai B'rith Girls.
ta who will participate in
"mounted by Joan Siegel and '"'"" ,lay cvcnt in<,l"''<' Bydney
Henrj Schmerer, co-chairmen for A,llor- nri*> State BBYO ehair-
Max Boderman
Boderman Elected
To Bank Board
The election of Max Boderman
to the board ol director Ol Miami
h\ newest hank. Ill" Bank ol
Miami Bead announced Wed
nesday by chairman Bi n I
baum.
Boderman i-- treasurer
pfc Cmanu-el and a M i
N
when
years i
tail In Id,

A v
1
> ...lirmen for
nvention planning commit-
One hundred and fort) youth
fr,m ida will fill
.nclave
featuring a varietj ol activiti
eluding busines meetings
ithletics,
r('11-'1""- it waa an-
'' by Sidney Ktron-,,,,,,
chairman ol the Greater Miami
Bnal Brith youth committee
"Youth Looks at Judaism" will
b the theme of one SCI Of semi.
n;ir- to be conducted by Louis
Senwartzman, director of the Bu-
i Education,
ther si t of eminars will re-
view -The Puroo es ol Pn
ming. This will be ntroduced by
a member ol the stall of the t
ter Miami Jewish Community
ter The seminal m is I

I
fnstallin
Emanu-E! U5Y Grc
- Ejections

man: Mrs. Sylvia Dingfelder, co-
chairman; Leo Steinman and Mrs,
Gerald Soltz, presidents of the
Men's and Women's South Florida
B'nai B'rith Councils respectively
Convention meetings will be
conducted by Jules Cohen, of Or-
lando, for Aleph Zadik Aleph and
Lola Goldfinger, for the B'nai
BBYO B'rith girls.
Handling the program for the
convention are Sidney bidgin,
Judy Weisa, Sieve Shim. Al Capp,
Buth Plait. BDbble Gordon, Sandy
Dorms. Linda Brown and Barbara
Foosaner.
Members of the arrangements
committee are Mrs. Flora Sup-
worth. Al Osheroff, Mrs. Ruth
I mm. Mrs. Martha Herman Mrs.
Hilda Lazarus and Mike Sossin.
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[Max Rothtx in, treasurer.
of trustees are Samuel
Club to Honor Zionist
Miami Bi ach Zionist 1 neon
Club will meet Wednesday i
Dec. 28, at the Raleigh hotel The
luncheon will l>e In the form ol a
U'-timonial. honoring Jacob Fish-
man, noted Zionist leader here.
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Gala New Years
Eve Party
Community Bank
Marks Anniversary
Community National Bank of
Hal Harbour celebrated its tir-t
anniversarj in it.- new, permanent
home, Collins ave al 96th St., with
a combination anniversary holiday
party tor hank employees
The affair waa held Thursday at
the Bal Harbour hotel.
Among those present was
Charles L. Clements, president of
Community National Bank of Bal
Harbour, in addition to other of-
ficers of the financial institution.
Free Parking
Saturday EvMUtf, Otctmfter 31 St, at 9:30 p.m.
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Lesler Bnckmon has been
selected as deleqale represent-
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,he National Un.led Synagogue
Youth convention which will be
held Dec. 26 to 29 in Cleveland^
Lester is vice president ol
Temple Emanu-El U.S.Y. He
'was selected this pas. summer
' t0 atlend the Leadership Train-
ing Institute in Hendersonv.lle.
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Published avary Friday tinea 1927 by tha Jawlih
Fioridian at 120 N. E Sixth Straat, Miami 1. Florida.
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Volume 29
Number 51
Friday, December 23.1955
Eden Shows His True Arab Colors
British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden took
Tip the Arab line when he recommended
"border adjustments" for Israeli territory in
his second bid to act as mediator in the Near
East.
The cry for "border adjustments" is as old
can not expect to be rewarded for cowardice
and baby tears with the return of the stakes on
which they gambled.
Up until now, the British have remained
silent about their own losses. Now, Sir An-
thony has chosen to break British silence by
as the Arab League's defeat in the War of taking up the Arab cry for cession. It was grati-
fying this week to note that Members of Parlia-
ment roundly censured Sir Anthony for hia
"border adjustment" recommendation.
The British Prime Minister is trying to mend
his personal fences in the Near Eastbut he
will not do so at the expense of Israel. Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett, we feel, has answered
Sir Anthony well.
Mr. Sharett said that Israel might be willing
to consider adjustments in the nature of con-
cessions to the Arabs providing Arab leaden
are genuinely interested in working toward a
lasting Near East peace. But. he said, there
is a vast difference between concessions and
cessions. That is something for Sir Anthony
and his Arab cronies to think about.
Liberation.
When the United Nations decided on parti-
tion for Palestine. Britain encouraged the Arabs
to reject the plan and principally armed Egypt
for a military showdown. Acting the mighty
hero, British forces moved northward out of
Israel with the full knowledge that the Arab
League would attack the days-old Jewish re-
public from the south and west.
The British movement was slow for one clear
reason; their Foreign Office expected Israel to
be crushed in a matter of hours. The British
plan anticipated the UN's rapid recall of their
forces "to restore order" in the area.
This would have meant the death of the
Zionist dream and the possible return of Great
Britain to control of a new Palestine mandate.
The British gamble for power in the Near
East and the defeat of the Arabs resulted in
the signing of an Armistice Agreement be-
tween Israel and the Arab nationsan agree-
ment which added a significant amount of ter-
ritory to Israel's domain beyond that initially
agreed upon in the partition plan.
Ever since that time, the Arabs have refused
to make permanent peace. Conveniently for-
getting that they were defeated in a war they
had initiated, the Arabs have flaunted the
Armistice Agreements, exploited a trumped up
"refugee issue" and called upon the world to
censure "aggressive" Israel.
The cry has been that peace will not be con-
cluded in the Near East until the territories
"seized" by the Jewish State in the War of
Liberation are returned to the Arabs. Just about
every responsible leader in the United Nations
sees through this sham demand. These leaders
recognize that cession of territory will at beet
Durina The Week.. .a
y LEO MINDLIN
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The problem of religious instruction in th.
seems to be getting out of hand those days i, J, T, scbol
believe that the current Chanuka-Christmas wt^av. be m"^
problem and that it will subside in a short period of U *"**!
The Incursion of religious Instruction in the soh .*'
slow but sure process. Principally at fault are th **;
speak out against it. The opportunity is |on ,, IT who fj
on the knuckles of furtive proselytizers might have !"/ ^
we are now faced with a malignant growth, whose '
into the vital centers of public education.
roots reach
Dr. Judah Pilch Visits Miami
The arrival here of personalities who are
nationally known educators is always a note-
worthy event. When such personalities come
to Miami to participate in the programs of a
Jewish community agency, it indicates the ex-
tent to which this area has grown over the
years.
We refer, of course, to the visit last week of
Dr. Judah Pilch, executive director of the
American Association for Jewish Education.
Dr. Pilch was guest speaker at several func-
tions sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation here.
Those who heard Dr. Pilch discussing pres-
ent trends in Jewish education in America
came away with a clear understanding of th,*
Jewish
problems confronting Jewish communities
bring temporary Arab recognition of Israel be- throughout our nation today as they move to
fore the ^ Arab countries again begin stirring meet the challenge of instructing their young
up trouble in the Near East.
Israel won this territory with the blood of
its youth. If the Arabs want to forget that they
began the war that is their business. But they
Ambassador Eban Will
Give Us a Crisis Report
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban will be In
Miami Wednesday evening to apprise local
leaders of the crisis situation currently existing
in the Near East.
The Ambassador's arrival here sharply
emphasizes the role Miami can play in sup-
porting the Jewish State during this present
emergency. Mr. Eban will explain to Combined
Jewish Appeal leaders the need for this area
wholeheartedly to accept its $375,000 share of
a 525,000.000 national UJA crisis fund, as well
as fully to achieve its 1956 CJA goal.
Jordan rioters this week participated in a
shameful anti-American demonstration, stoning
official U.S. buildings there and tearing down
and desecrating the American flag. This Arab
nation is a virtual British puppet, receiving
some S21,000,000 annually from London in or-
der to continue its poverty-stricken and disease-
ridden existence.
Yet British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden
continues in his Munich-like desire to "medi-
ate" between Israel and the Arabs, with the
secret hope of obtaining a British-controlled
corridor through the southern Negev. (See
BULLETINS. Pg. 1 A.)
The times are indeed desperate for the Jewish
State today, and Ambassador Eban will bring
something of this tense situation to Miamians
Wednesday so thai they can better equip them-
selves to participate in the Combined Jewish
Appeal's challenging days ahead.
in the heritage of Judaism. .
The Bureau of Jewish Education in Miami
has performed a noteworthy service in bring-
ing Dr. Pilch's message to residents of this
area. It is through such open discussions that
we best resolve the problems confronting us
whether in education or in any other field of
community endeavor.
ef"??i
Nor is this distorted religiosity a singular product r
rural areas, where faith rolls like a juggernaut over the
rights of the individual citizen and bran.!, the nnoon^
religious instruction, via economic and social hovcott L
atheistor even worse. On Nov. 13 last. Florence S BesT H
ciate Superintendent of Schools in New York r.ty'banmlnilH
reUgioa symbols such as crosses, candles and stars f
servances of Christmas and Chanuka. The ban also include
tion against combined Chanuka-Christmas celebrations beeauaT.
holidays are not related. "*'
This is indicative of the fervent force behind the mover.
surely, one would not expect the problem to arise in so vast
politan area, where religious beliefs are man v. and provincu'
presumably at a minimum. But Florence Beaumont \ ban unfa
ly raises a more pivotal question' with which the Jewish con
is intimately identified. Her decision to do away with
bols. as well as with joint celebrations of Chanuka and~Chrj
emphasizes the woefully inadequate means upon which Jews w
combat the incursion of religious education in the public school i
Clearly, the argument has been this: If Christianity is ren
in the schools, then we must also guarantee the represent^.
Judaism there. The result has been a kind of Chanuka obsem
not only in New York City schools but wherever sizeable Jei
munities existwhich only remotely expresses the spirit,
and symbolism of the Feast of Lights.
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WE SEEK TO ENTER THE COMPETITION
The eager depression of Chanuka. the distortion of this
Jewish holiday, the aping of the Christmas season which does i
motely relate to itthese are the least of the ill effects of,
bid to proselytiie. The worst of the sins is that the Jewish con
has accepted the responsibility of by-passing an infraction of its 1
stitutional right to a public school system without sectanan
and has, instead, chosen to add to the murky atmosphere of sta
religious partisanship.
In doing this, Jews throughout the nation are contributing!
steady weakening of legal battles in process against the encroach
of dogmatic religion on the schools. Now. the principal argu
vanced by proponents of religious instruction in the public
if they deign to offer any argument whatsoever has been
need of the time calls for spiritual enlightenment. The need ii|
sumably equated with communism, juvenile delinquency and
and sundry other socio-economic diseases plaguing modern maj
for the Jew as a member of a minority group fearlessly to ch
this position.
For one thing, man's philosophic horizons have long since i
the belief that the cure for such diseases lies in dogmatic faith]
more important: A free society does not impose uniform dortna
its citizens as a means of dealing with social maladies. The (a
imposition of religious training is therefore no panacea for ra
communism but an aspect of communism, itselfor. indeed, a
totalitarian system. Thus, righteously to presuppose that religio
struction in the public schools will turn American youth awayj
communism or juvenile delinquency is to be naive at best andir
zealot at worst. .
If Jews expect to enter into this reactionary conspiracy
enlightenmentand their means of countering Christmas '<
is an examplethey will find themselves, as a fractional groupj
untenable position of having to succumb to the plethora oi
propaganda even as they feebly hope for -acceptance oi a
portion of their own.
WEASEL WORDS OBSCURE THE PROBLEM J
In addition to the fact that such a zealots field rta>JVT
souls of innocent children incapable of defending them*Mr
the historic cruelties of the proselytizer will mean the coiiap*
traditional principles of separation of church and u: -
schools, it will also spell the end of the modern 'dcor^ll
inculcate in his students moral systems based totally on ~
tU CThe suggestion that there are no ethics-no moraUJJ-J'
philosophy is repugnant to .11 'ree-th.nk.ng indiudual
society. This suggestion has kMJ** 2ffS3
centuries. To intimidate children in the public scfto_. j j
even as men were once intimidated by it-'- w f|t m
progress around counterclockwise. That Jews no* se
pattern is dangerous in the extreme. Tex,
The Bible study course published by the n-iir.^ B
school system is a case in point. Authorized >> "> ^ ^
Education as Bulletin No. 150. the course '^ ,d< "F Bible. V*
troversial questions by emphasizing the swayj interpretatK
leaving teachers and pupils free to put their own mte
the passages studied." (Page III) school*
This is reminiscent of Florida Superintendent of^ ^ o,
D. Bailey's recent explanation to opponents oi ^.^tober
religious education in the school system here. J hcfe- fharg'
aid, by way of amplifying on his "(:odless.,i, n not religio11
Florida practice will be to teach "about religion hsUnding
The Dallas Board of Education P'"""^ Ul,n ,n
study of Bible, itself"), one finds this Cbriatinn onen ^ th
ductory lesson: "Realizing these truths """"'"'^een tnfl
Hebrews), it will be easy for you to span Uie,jreaw ^^
that they have given us through the Old Testanw ^
of a personal God and a living chr,st (Pag* un,f,ed in 'ne,
there are 66 books in this one volume, they an ^ of ti
d Christ, whose coming was prophesied in isn
Testament." ..amole sk,:
A question for study on Page 13. as an an,P JosePh
dents related in the following references ^* and on.
the
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ifrS HOPE Hi GOES Off THE JUMf0 TRAIL
what Chrut-hke qualities?" And one could go n__and, -,
These extracts point out clearly what can. n w- ^^
has happened in Dallas and in other large A' ,tfd to invr
wfcesj once the spectre of religious dogma u> v? JeW|SB contf
public school system. In this regard. B*m;^ eXCsses of "
as a minority group well acquainted witn in*
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number 23, 1955
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h^nT1"',n,UiSt W3SC baUle ,0 Stem the ,ide of what now aPPrs to
Sr .?' i yiSW^PU15 ViCt0ry' AccePtin8 the sugar-coated poison
1 .ersh'P here' wi,h the SP that Jcwi*h religious pre-
ccpt.s may also be represented, is sheer folly
Eagerly embracing Bailey-type plans for "about religion" instruc-
tion in the public schools is equal folly. This, unfortunately, a major
Jewish group here has already done via official letter to the Florida
school Superintendent. But who is there to teach "about religion"
in our public schools? The public school teacher with his often limited
training and proselyh/ers yen? And what is there in the young child's
mind to respond to such instruction but his naivete and trusting in-
nocence?
jwly elected officers of the Greater Miami
kish Community Center are shown above
I the Center's annual meeting which was
lid last week. Front row (left to right) are
aim H. Gale, executive director; Mrs. Mil-
Sirkin, president; and Emanuel Tropp,
Sirkin Reelected GMJCC Head
As Center Has Fifth Annual Meeting
5. Milton Sirkin was reelected i Sam Heiman. campaign chairman
dent of the Greater Miami [of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Henry Garison. president of the
Town Branch Golden Age Friend-
ship Club, kindled the Menorah.
There were also remarks by Mrs.
Sirkin and Efraim H. Gale, execu-
tive director. The evening closed
with a program of songs by the
Flagler-Granada choral group un-
der the direction of Mrs. Paul
Draizar. Chairman for the evening
was Mrs. Julius Weiner.
The following were elected to
the GMJCC board of directors:
assistant director. Rear row are A. Budd
Cutler secretary; Leon Epstein. Sam Seitlin,
Bernard Weksler, vice presidents; Joseph
Masters, treasurer; and Sidney Stiller vice
president. Not shown is William Kneapler
who was also elected a vice president
jsh Community Center at a
ng here Fleeted along with
[were the following officers:
||m presidents Leon Epstein.
i Kneapler, Sam Seitlin,
jr Stiller and Bernard B.
sler; treasurer, Joseph Mas-
aod secretary, A. Budd Cut-
incoming administration
installed by Dr. Benjamin
berg, executive director of
I Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
itho was also the main speak-
f the evening.
i Dr. Rosenberg's talk on the
"Are We Serving Our
Community?" he stated
"recreational services to the
unity can no longer be limit-
lone building, but must rather
out from a central source
|the new arau that have been
lb; developing."
of the greatest needs," he
"is the provision of youth
to these new areas in or-
r to close the gap between the
pment of physical facilities
Ithe existing social needs. Fur-
if we are to keep up
our growing population, we
tike time out to do a thor-
study of community re-
I nd needs,' he said.
meeting also heard from
gel Rons, M,-. Ruth B. Roaenthal Col
N <.....I. Irving Baal, Herbert i:
BCIW 1 i.ti 8. !'. .. i
Phil Si hlff, Hai rj Bchwarta, Mn
nenn Seitlin, Mra. Ham Keltlin i d
s-whM. Morrlf Shaffer, Maurice i i
Iti-n Hher, Fred K. Shochet, laidora
Hlmkowits. Tobias Simon, Milton
nlrkln, Emanuel Smith, Dr. Arthur
Sokoloff, l..,uis Stein, Arnold Stern,
l..wi~ Sternaheln, Mra. Sldne; Stiller,
Harold Strumpf, Mm f'arl s\iw Mr and Mrs. William Suwman, Rob-
. I T i ill. I
Ha old Thin in.in. Mi and Mi Jack
Topped, Israel Waxntan, Mr and Mrs.
i'arl Weinkle, Mn Jtiliua Weiner,
Mm Bernard B. Wekaler, Mm Bam
Nai ii i i Wlnol in sui.ii i
ii. Mi Sa m 1.1 Zlbil
Charl-8 Adelman. Mr" Arthui \
6le. Milton llalHam. Mm Philip
jtitit, hieil Bertowe, Mn Ra> Her-
rln. Archie Brick, Mra, Meyei llnl-
it.int. Robert Brawn, Loula Buah, Mr.
and tin, J. Kdward Cantor, Lao chal*
kin. Hr. M. B. Clrlln, Mn Hai lei
Cohen, Arthur DeCiuti, Mis. Joaeph
Dunlov.
Mr. and Mm. Italvln Englanner,
Mr. anil Mra. Il.iiiian hVlilin.ni. Ki.'i-
ard K. Unk, Mrs. I)orolb\ K Kink.
Mr .-mil Mr- .1.-- Freed, Milton
Friedman. Henr> Oariaon, Monroe
Qelb, Seymour Uciber. Mra Ben /.ion
Olnaburs, aIh- Goldman, David Q.....i
in..ii. Mr and Mrs i"h.ul.s K (JOtt-
lieb. Ksiher Crasian. Eufene Heiman,
Ham HolUmlrr. Mra. Minn-la Honlr-
baum. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin HorowiU,
Abe HurevlU.
H.n Jonas, Irvln Kali. Flyman K in
lira s,.I.,in.m Kann, Leon K
Ted Kaplan, Dr. Kui.i Klaaa, Harold
Kravlta. Mrs K.I........1 Ki.-n:- Jack
Ijuniwrt. Il.rriai.l Iaiah. IiMiik l-'V
Mrs phlllp LefkowlW. Man-li Lleber-
man. Mrs. Anna Levlne, Maralene
l.urle. Harry Levin. Btanle> r Myers.
Mra. Benjamin Miller, Mm M- Mill-
er Oertruilr Miller, Joaeph Milgram.
Edward Moore, Mrs Joel N*'*"'*"-
Nathan Newman, Mri Ben >}>*
Mrs. Paula Orllk. K1.ln.-v II l..lm.-i.
Edward Peyser, Randy Polank>. *n-
Educators Hear
Dr. Lestschinsky
Dr. Jacoh Lestschinsky will dis-
rii-- Jewish Kducation in Europe
and South America" at a meeting
of the Hebrew Teachers Associa-
tion Saturday evening in Kneseth
Israel Synagogue.
Dr. Lestchinsky is a noted econ-
omist and sociologist. Since his
first article appeared in the
Hebrew journal, "Hashiloach," in
1903. he has written extensively
in Hebrew, Yiddish and Russian.
He is a contributor to the Jewish
Forward. Zukunft. Current Events.
Actuelle Yidios, Welt und Volk,
Volk und Zion and other publica-
tions.
Dr. Lestschinsky is associate
editor of the Universal Jewish
Encyclopedia and other economic
and sociologic works.
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Bureau Extends
Executive's Term
In heralding the "outstan
service" of Louis Schwartunan to
the educational progress of the
Dedication Slated Friday Eve Service Jut^J-Jowners
Beth is sspeciaii) ti> ffiii nonor waiter
Bernard Sunday
23,

Friday ivenini s< i w ;it
n will feature names oi the donors,
ihe dedication ol etghl chan Rabbi Tiber Stern,
deliers in honor ol eighl members | spiritual l< will
the unique dedication.
be holered aVe I eo Meyer
Beth Jacob
te at
ol the ci ion.
Each < han l< li< i will be adot ned
Jewish community and in reeoBj- permanently with a plaque attatku
nition of "the excellence of h>- ed to white Star of David, wnicfa
wink." the executive board ol the
Bureau of Jewish Education has
nded Ins term of tenure a>
Bureau executive director for Hve
rding to the board's
ii resolution as announced bj
Mi s Matilda n Ratner, presidt nl
of the Bureau ol Jewish Education
Sii,' an's record appears In
\\ ho's Who in World Jewry." \i
ol teaching in the
Talmud Torahs ol Baltimore, Md .
where he also served as principi
of tiiM schools and assistant to
the executive director <>t Balti-
more'- Board of Jewish Education
Schwartzman served as executive
director of the Associated Hebrew
Schools ol Wilmington, Del. edu-
mal director of Wilmington's
YM & YWHA and esi direc-
tor oi the Atlanta Bureau ol Jew-
i ;i Education for three yean pri >r
the directorship ol Ml
ami's Bureau in 1949
munal activi-
le H
i I'nivei
1
Walter Alan, -on of Mr. and
Mr- l.eon B. Bernard. UY) Nw
43rd pi., will become 13ar M.i
ikuir i.iy morning
M of Beth Ra'pTiael
ion.
i ficiate
Walter
Rabbi Arie Becker will ol
is aq eighth grade
president of the continuation, fe*
Mi mother. Saedh; Mr and Mr*.
Won Lerfter nrsl i 'lent.
perpetuating the memor) ol their
- Mendel and Sims 1
.,?i,| \hral Gussie Fink. Mr
, ... ____,, dent at hinlocn Park Junior i
5g|i ta.teM
rry Sir; Mr and
Mrs Wl an; Mr and
eph Brenner, in honor ol
D III law. Mr
ami Mrs Benjamin Meyers,
Center chandelier will be dedi-! reception
School and has been
religious school for the past
\iais
Open house will be held at home
Ruing for e>
On Sunday evening, a
at Michel's Normands
Saturday
Irelat
I to Nathan Greenfield in ,s| restaurant will be held in his
memory of his wife. Minnie, and Ihonor for *me 8 persons.
son. Irving. Among guests of honor will Ik-
------ Mrs. Lena Pomerantz, maternal
Bmnch I grandmother, of Brooklyn, NY
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernard
paternal grandparents. Miami.


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Women to Hear Review
- terhood ol Miami Hi
will meet
'ii"- afternoon, Dec 27 Mrs
' i'lii will n\ leu Mai [orie
Morn by Herman Wouk
Mrs Berele Kelemer will lead in
munit) singing.
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Israel Film
Due at Cameo
The first production made ex-
clusively in Israel will have its
southern premiere at the Cameo
Theatre on Jan. 1.
"HID 24 Does Not Answer" is an
excellently-performed tense dra-
ma, woven around the struggles
of modern Israel for independence.
It is the first important entry from
that country in the international
market. Woven into the script are
action and romance and splendid
photography in the actual locale
Ol the story.
These, together with excellent
work by a talented cast, under the
guidance of Thorald Dickenson,
make for an interesting 90 min-
utes of entertainment, largely-
based on fact. All of the leading
actor- speak English throughout
On occasion, where English would
be inappropriate. Hebrew i-
en and translated in tub-titles, but
the amount of dialogue given this
treatment is negligible.
(haya Harait. one of the central
characters in the film, won a cita-
tion at the Cannes Film Festival.
* Hill 24 Does Not Answer" has an
exciting story to tell and relates it
at a rapid pace and serves to give
a fascinating insight into the var-
ied facets of life in modern Israel.
Bernard Cherrick, director gen-
eral of the board of governors
of the Hebrew University in
Israel, will address a meeting
of Ihe Greater Miami chapter,
American Friends of the He-
brew University, on Jan. 4 at
the Seville hotel. Mrs. Oida
Rubin, chapter president, an-
nounced Wednesday that Dr.
Cherrick's address will deal
with significant aspects of the
university's development on
the critical Israel scene today.
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Slated at Emanu-EI
Samuel Friedland. president of
Temple Emanu i"l. Wednesday an-
nounced thai the annual winter
i for collegi
ol the Temple
lj \> ill In gin with the annual
homecoming brunt h in the T
fi ) Dei 28
pi ipir will gel to
nether with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
for di .in on-
to greet old fi
r the
rhood.
ieh Federal to Offer
i scare
n

ion oi this
account will tie i in the
lint ..i 'c.
Starting at aa km as $5. this
in fi novation 1- expected to
ervi M an ideal gift suggestion
for all occasions.
The oftucs ol Miami Beach Fed-
eral are located at 301 71st m
665 Washington ave. 1611 Wash
injjton ave.. and 260 Sunny Isles
blvd.
Out oi town Kuests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard So
Mr and Mrs Philip Fein and Mr
and Mr- \!..i, l-ein. all of Brook
Ivn: Mr and Mrs. Jack Sharoff
Monticello. NY.; and Mr and Mr
ird Wolf, lakeland. Fla.
Sanders Stroll, son cf Mr
j Mrs. Harry Stroll, will eel,
his Bar M.tzvah at Teu
Emanu-El Saturday, DeJ
Rabbi Lehrmcn will
I Sanders is an eighth i,.v
.dent at Nautilus High
and attends the rei
I sc:'l of Temple Enow
Aliens Must Register
: I s
y the
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Award Banquet Planned
The annual distinguished ales
man'a award banquet fur the out-
standmK salesmen in the Miami
area will be held at the McAllister
hotel on Feb. 13. Tally Emory,
president of the Miami Sales Ex-
ecutives club, announced Wednes-
day
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number 23, 1955
pemy Dinner
Honor Binder
mln gbenber*- executive di-
flheHebrt- Aeademy, an
M Wednesday that B. I.
Tucll known hotel man and
%v loa.ler. will be guest
rit the eighth annual din
J,hc ftcdem> which will be
r [be Font;.int>t)1eau hotel
0 evening. Feb. 5.
tebnowserving his second
* prudent of the Academy
thool at present has an en-
rol of over 250 students, who
from Hollywood, Coral Ga^
juumi and "thcr sections of
^jjjjv it occupies a half
[area at 918 6th St.. Miami
Genet, chairman of the
jve committee of the school,
jut this dinner is honoring
r (or hi> intensive campaign
and the facilitiaa of the
and his devotion to com-
. Interests
aough Binder is engaged in
[commercial activitiesthis in-
m children, and other char-
[activities ha- never waned,"
| declared.
ler ii active also in temple
^and recently was chairman
Committee in the Israel Bond
j A prominent national speak-
fbeing selected to address the
If group. Raliln Alexander S.
[is principal "( the school.
Noar Schedules
mi at North Dade
; reunion ol (amp Near, the
up | by the North
and Greater
: Je*i-h Community Center.
held on Thursday after-
, Dec. 29 at 1 at the North
[ 'IT.
rge o( thi program are
.< Mrs. Charles
and [rwin Kishncr, from
!\g them
anor Sontag,
Bterlir.. in Marrow.
^JS^tlhridia,^
Flagler Federal Savings and Loan
Plans for Gala Opening on Dec 26-
Top Businessmen in Official Posts
=L"tr S2TS tt J*Hsa- "
Paul n.
week a
opening
F.agler Federal Saving ^n^ Say
Association at loo nk 2nd ave
Miami.
I am proud of the men assoclat-
iso-
an
Participate in the
opniiig care monies
Which Will -tart at 12:30 pm
'""- and other upming day
E,ses e included in the ptanS
Heading the list ol guests duo ,
'M'k;i ""r, "1 he affair Is Gordon
MUtao. singing -tar of motion pic-
tures and mosl recenth star of the
Peal h,t "Oklahoma!"
Marks Joins other long time
Jf'dents of the area ,n the opcra-
""" "' Flagler Federal. Serving as
vice presidents are I. N Meltier
"I Miami Shores, and Henry E*
WOlff, of Miami Beach Meltzer
former appliance distributor and
now in the investment business
MS lived m Miami since coming
from Ke> West in 1932. Wolff
pre-ident of the Mortgage Bankers
Ol Greater Miami, has lived here
since 1935.
Mark- has been active in civic,
economic and political affairs in
Golden Agers Slate New
Year's Eve Function Here
Annual New Year's eve dance
and buffet dinner sponsored by the
. (.olden Age Friendship Club of the
! Town Branch. Greater Miami Jew-
j !;sn Community Center, will be
| held on Saturday evening. Dec. 31.
at the Centers auditorium. 450 SW
116th ave., it was announced bv Mrs.
Anna Levine. chairman of the af-
fair.
Befh Sholom Fathers-Sons
Slate Sports Night Fete
Eddie Weiner. former All-
American football player of New
York University and author of
"The Damon Runyon Story" and
"Let's Go to Press," will be among
the sports celebrities who will par-
ticipate in the Father-Son Night
program of the Men's Club of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Thursday eve-
ning. Dec. 29. according to Albert
L. Rosen. Men's Club president.
Mert Wetstein, sports editor of
the Miami Beach Sun. will also be
a guest of the club. Among prizes
for sons will be autographed base-
balls from the Brooklyn Dodgers
Baseball Club, according to Harold
Granoff, chairman of the affair.
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Ells to Co-Chair7
Beth Sholom Affair
Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell, of 16
Island ave., Miami Beach, have
been appointed co-chairmen of the
annual college brunch tendered
each year to homecoming college
students by Temple Beth Sholom,
according to an announcement by-
Ralph Spero, Temple president.
The brunch will be held on
Monday. Dec. 26, in the Temple
banquet hall.
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Remember The Bird Cage
for
Parakeets, Finches, Canaries,
love Birds
5772 SUNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
Phone MO 1-0118
cd with me in this organisation,
and I know they join me in di-
recting the operation of the Flag-
ler Federal Savings so that it will
play an important role in the
growth and development ol the
area while being ol service to the
people of I r Miami Marks
d ai he relea ted plans [or the
gala opening scheduled for Tues-
day, Dec 26.
Mark- | Joseph s Guern-
presidenl ol the State ol Fieri-
ASSOCIATED DETECTIVES
'Heart Disease' is Subject
Dr. Seymour L. Alterman will be
guest speaker at a luncheon meet-
ing of Miami Beach lodge, B'nai
B'rith, Tuesday noon. Dec. 27, at
the DiLido hotel. His subject will
be Heart Disease."
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Drive, Florida City, Florida.
1 SJ.E. 79th STREET
OF NORTH t, CENTRAL AMERICA, INC.
Phone PL 8-3806
8ISCAYNE PLAZA, ROOM 213
MIAMI, FLA.
Henry f. Wolff
inly over many years.
Born in Kej West, he came to
Miami in 1932. Me Is a practicing
Bttornej i nd a member of the
, Bowl Committee, as well
:> active in University of Florida
alumni affairs
Th new building, already well-
established as the "copper-top"
i uilding m the downtown section,
was designed by the famous Miami
architect, Alfred Browning Parker.
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Miami Beach's Dora Lavinson, who resides on
Byron ave., until a while ago had 51 offspring
not counting eight daughters and one son
Well, gracious Dora now has 52. The new ar-
rival is the daughter of the Robert Su*sman$.
lie's one of her grandsons. .
Dora's son, D*ve Levinson, one of the owners of
Algiers, recently held a party for his mother in the hotel. After
liner the celebrating group decided to transfer their festivities
The Aladdin room, but Dave was afraid it might tire her. .
Indignant. Dora majestically drew herself up and announced
, had come prepared to stay up all night. "Afterall," she told
' D.v., I slept all day."
The Nathan Safari, of 5360 La Gorce dr., welcomed daughter
, home last week from the University of Florida.
Rom, who came to spend the holidays with her parents j,
4ing Alpha Epsiloo Phi sorority on the UF campus.
. She is being joined for the mid-semester vacation by Mi$
L|r* Berq, New Vork, a junior at Barnard Collegejust a
Lge'j throw Irom Columbia and the "Roarin' Lion."
Marilyn Marku, popular sophomore on the University of Miami
dpu-. has a pleasant vacation in store for her. .
, Parents Ruth and Harry Marku last week arrived from the
L0f Brotli-iiy Love to spend the winter at the Sherry-Frontenac.
Award- and Honors Dept: Marvin B. Slotkin has hem granted
igttune res. arch fellowship by the United States Public Health
nice.
Marvin's the son of the Mark Siotkint, of North Bay rd., who
explainii to friends that the fellowship carries a stipend
rned to help medical students explore the research field,
fin expect- to serve in the division of obstetrics and gyne-
While a retired Surfside couple are proud of their son. Dr.
jot Stlikoff, who recently received the Lasker Award, one of
!highest in the medical profession, for his discovery of a treat
it for tubi r< ulosis. .
They are Mr. and Mrs. Aba Selikoff, of 9512 Collins ave who
lily conic-- that they "don't understand too well" son Irving's
1 technique. .
Aba's a retired hat manufacturer from Port Chester. N V
I u on the board of North Shore Jewish Center.
dinner and dance time for 350 guests of the Morris
jrg$ it week in Morris' own Sans Souei hotel
The resplendent affair was in honor of son Leonard's Bar
rnh. who received countless admiring glances as he danced
life 83-year-old great-grandmother. Mrs. Flora Mayne.
>>>CCCC
aWton Altheimer, president of one of the largest sales proino-
i firm in Chicagoand a Windy City it is these daysrarely
Vending the holidays at the Saxony. .
This year is no exception, and he and wife Reena will be talc-
|in Miami Beach'a welcome tropical sunshine for the next
I weeks. Son Allen joined them Friday.
Tropical Park's Saul Silberman now has a nicknameLittle
lMan For the third consecutive year, Saul will donate an auto-
Uetothe Polio Ball come February. .
The nkkname was bestowed upon him by Saul's doting em-
otes The oilier day. when his hunch at the track paid off
omely, Saul gave the winnings back to them. .
So, now he Uing called Little Iron What-a-Guy.
Ireland's top thespians. the Dublin Players, will give Shaw's
alion Keh 13 in Barry College auditorium. .
On the patrons committee welcoming the noted actors is
Sydnty (Claire) Weintraub, whose famous Mothers March on
here will shortly be emulated in similar women's drives
"Shout the nation. .
laron d Hirsch Meyer is among members of the arrangements
yttee in preparation for the Feb. 13 event. .
>>> tyinE Miami Beach from six-degree Chicago are the LeRoy
'9* and daughter Cayo, who will be arriving here soon. .
jw Goldbergs are original members of the Windy City's
Covenant club and also closely related to Lou Swee, who
, the personal aide and bodyguard of President Eisenhower
fflg his preelection tour. .
*n. Goldberg* slster is Mrs. Philip Brummer. She will help
^celebrate her birthday on Dec. 25.
Home on a two-week vacation from Newcomb College in New
Barbara Seitlin, daughter of Sylvia and Sam Seitlin of
Ik?*'!!*''* a fr'snm>n at Newcomb. Houseguest here with her
14 ^"* H*"'* of New Orleans, a Newcomb junior.
JJf Julius Stligmans, of Lenox ave., are back with daughter
"^rom a month's visit in Washington. .
""' was graduated in June from the University of Wis-
wilege ,,i commerce. She's now an accountant in the
'capital.
>>>> d Weiner, author of
'tsL Pr,'ss a hook on newsman Walter Winched, is vaca-
5*r< at the Saxony. .
J.returned to their Collins ave. home are Maj. Albert
an am
to'a'n,'rAI""ni has ttracteAthe Morton Spitiers of Goth
. newjrw,.(|s vacation at fW NautUus hotel.
ty'tw erl." UrUined at Jamaica Inn dinner party last
w- Mr*. Beniamin Beftmer, 705 83rd st.
fcUL ls",n "xmbers of the Miami Chamber of Com-
lailT ln the holiday season last week with a dinner
[\Z ",ami Roman's club. .
-T*** "rtnner Meyers was among guests who appeared
"""> m a discussion of the Festival of the Lights.
a w
oman s
TJUorlJ
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^J%lb-JEIIiDiciidliigun
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae and members of
the active DPhiE chapter on the University ol
Miami campus plan for future functions.
Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Nathan Zwit-
man, vice president of the Alumnae; Barbara
Lepselter, treasurer of the' active chapter;
Edna May Levine, active chapter president;
Mrs. Robert Smith. Alumnae president; El-
eanor Baskin, active chapter pledge mother;
and Mrs. Ernest Harris, Pan Hellenic advisor.
DPhiE Alumnae See Busy Social Season
rty women in the Greater Miami area
arc "recuperating" from a "Dolls and Guys" drag
the) held Sunday night at the home of Mrs. Benja-
min Werner. 12G5 llariola et.. Coral Gables.
Bui they are also earnestly looking forward to
several other significant functions during the com-
ing monthsfunctions which often help the needy
here and throughout the nation.
They are the women of Delta Phi Kpsilon Alum-
nae Associationan organization whose members
have not lost contact with one another alter gradu-
ation from 23 college campuses in the United States
and Canada, where DPhieE sorority has established
chapters.
The local association, headed by Mrs. Robert
Smith. 5712 SW 77th ter., as president, at this point
is making plans for an afternoon function on Dec.
27 at the home of Mrs. Leonard Friedland, 6531
Allison rd. This annual affair will play host to
vacationing DPhiE's in the Greater Miami area.
Generally, some sixty women get together for
Continued on Page 5 B
ALPHA EPSILON PHI ALUMS WILL HOT BE OUTDONE
Annual Luncheon Scheduled by Sorority Women Here
[ asase^---------
rv "ichfc! service trophies are presented to Miami chair-
D,S Tth1955 UmTed Cerebral Palsy Tag Day. Mrs. Claire
men of the 1955 unite ^^ Women,8 ^
Aden Gussow (cenjerh P e^en< Hodes (Wt) and m,,
makes the presentatic^o M- ^ ^ ^ Hodes
KSE halved as chaumen for the Kianu
aiod-
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae As-
sociation will hold their eleventh
annual holiday luncheon at noon
on Wednesday, Dec. 28. in the
Fleur de Lis room of the Foun.
tainebleau hotel, announces Mrs.
David Rifas, chairman of the
event.
Program, to be introduced by
Mrs. Alex Alvin, consists of a fash-
ion show presented by the Flor-
ence Lustig shop of the Fountaine-
bleau. Commentator will be Mur-
ray Schlamm. Mrs. Jack Levkoff
will play the musical accompani-
ment.
A skit, directed by Mrs. Phil
Schiff, will have as its cast Mrs.
Sidney Lewis, Mrs. Theodore Ber-
man, Mrs. Howard Hirsch, Mrs.
Fred Atlas, Mrs. Martin Samuels,
Mrs. Arnold Simon and Mrs. Sol
Hirsch.
Active members of AEPhi from
the University of Miami will model
gowns in the fashion show. They
are Miss Janet Lazarus, Miss
Rhoda Berman, Miss Denise Strier,
Mis Paula Weinstein, Miss Bar-
bara Shapro, Miss Barbara Cohen,
Continued on Page S B
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+Jewis* fkrkHam
-^IS^T. Decemberi
/:
emimne
fair: (J rwe AND MftfOjr COtMHB fOR tf YOUkO FKY
Chesfniit-Cranberrytojiserve Saves
Homemaker Moments in Days Ahead
By LEAH LEONARD
who i
buss
when
impromptu eompj
, reclp you'll Hka Mid
i \ n
chostaul have arrived la ill
their autumnal outturns, and
in food supply.
i 's h a to makfl
Chostnur C.jnborry Conserve
1 lb ehortnuU, in the -hell
4 cupa crarborric
1 cup water
2' -j cupa -ii
'_ cup orange Juice
1 tabltapooi rind
j teaspoon each cinnamon and
linger
Cut into each chestnut with the
krule Cover with
COM Water and rook OVOf moder-
ate heat for 25 to 30 minute-. Of
till tender. Drain and FOmoVt
and dark skins, U SOOfl M
h h -mile Wash er.m
.id drain with
the CUP of cold water in a well
i I sauoepan over modi
only till the skins begin to
train* r or fruit
\ I shelled chestnuti to
n the ore-- u
lie -ure to place a bOVl
i fetch the liquid
Mix well and add sugar. Iruit juice
and crated rind and spice- Sim
the mixture 15 minute- over
low heat Turn into sterilised jelly
si and let cool before sealing
and storing in cool place Yields
approximate!) shi 6-ot, glassfuls
Hi re an ea-> smj to please the
young fry when the> troop in after
school, hungry as little bears and
eager to rani the neare-t
tie jar Ju-t bake these calonc-
ed, luscious
Carrot Cookie*
1 cup >ifted flour
I teaspoon baking powder
- teaspoon salt
': cup vegetable -hortemruj.
mod a Ith 1 egg and
1 cup honey and
meal
cup fin* trots.
le i ra
l t -a.spoon \anilla
siit to athi. tha tir-t three dry
i ., mixing bowl.
m tii sh irtening !i
and hakhw -oda in am ther boa I
bine th ra i mia Iding
the oal raw ( rrol bit- and
raisina while m bring Add flavor
Drop tioni the Up of
poon onto e*ell greeaad or
aluminum Hnod i >okie -beet and
Ratten each with the tine- <>i a
fort M.ike in a preheated men
12 minutes at Ml or mi lightly
browned (an be -'ored lor week-
too. Yield- approximately 50
< ookies.
Variations: i cup chopped nuts
ass) be added to tht dry mixture
before combining with the rest of
the ingredients.
Btrry-Chiffon Filling
package raspberry or straw-
berry flavored gelatin
cup any fruit juice
egg white
cup heavj cream, whipped
cup powdered -ugai
cups drained canned or (roaM
berries
| >olk
Diaaolve gelatia la hot water
and -tir in fruit juice, (hill till
partially set then beat with a ro-
tars beater till frothy Beat egg
white -till and fold in Beat cream
' and fold into the beaten egg white.
Combine the two mixture- by fold-
"rfn Snore Onta 22
l to *>e used CXDTI
therapy putp
ed m .the
f
l
\ el nf!. andj
for prt> ical
A ( and answer pi
regarding
icy will be cundue<> I
urice Pearlstein, director of the
Home, and Mrs.
Heat eases are the Mcsdames
(eba r^manuel. Ofttl Green
Tillic Jaker, Krma Meyers, Olga
Metxl, El berg, Lena Pagan.
A. R. Averbrook, Lexta Datvtar, Hen
Iman, Maurice Hertz, lsidor
Cohen. Abe Hurwitz, Jack Udell.
Sol Oppenheim. Lena Kirshhaum
and Rae Murray.
Mr- r.
iheanpcial room at the Home \tr m..
WNG-DlSTAlfcT
MOVER
Albany, Bost.n, f,'-Jfi*
other points. *Ht:
DIAL JE 8-8353
RETURN LOAD RAT
M. UEBERMAN & S
"-COLLINS AVE
Rebekuh Official to be feted
I BoHb, president ol
Rebekah Assembly of the State of
la. Will make her official visit
Sunshine Rebekah i odge 9 on
day, Dec 27. she will be lea
|Ue1 in her honor at
the Royal Hungarian restaurant
the same evening, to Di I Uowed
meeting at Sunshine Rel
meeting hail. 1828 Alton id
Mrs. Sol SibitrMaH
Musical Sktt Slated
At Auxiliary Meet
ater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jiwish Home for the Aged.
will preened surprise musical skit
dedicated to Mrs. Trudy Hamer-
schlag, treasure chest chairman, at
the next general meeting on Tues-
day noon. Dec 27. in the Rubaiyat
room of the Algiers hotel.
The skit was written by Mrs. Sol
Silverman. president, and will be
enacted by the Mesdames Ben
Hammerman. Ben Rakoff. Helen
Sparber. Herman Jacobs, Irving
Prankel. Charles Frutchman and
Milton Morris, accompanied by
Mrs Irving Nelson at the piano.
Mrs. Jack Udell will be narrator;
Members celebrating birthdays
ing in lightly Add sugar to the and wedding anniversaries in the
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berries, to taste, and fold into the
whipped mixture a* lightly as pos-
sible Turn into the cooled baked
pie -hell which should be brushed
with egg yolk to prevent soggines.
Some of the berries may be u-ed
for garnishing if desired.
Oranoo-Cuttord Pie Filling
3 egg yolks
1 i cup sugar
3 tablespoons flour
% cup orange juice (fresh or
frozendiluted)
3 tablespoons lemon juice
4 teaspoon grated orange rind
2 tablespoons water
3 egg whites
A dash of salt
Combine all ingredients except
egg white- and -alt Cook in top
of double boiler over hot water
stirring till thick and creamy. Set
aside t-i cool Beat egg whites and
salt till stiff but not dry and fold
into the cooked cu-tard as soon
as cooled. Turn into pre baked pie
shell, slip under broiler to brown
lightly.
month of December will be honor-
ed by Mrs. Morris Kriegel, social
secretary.
A talking movie taken at the
Drexel Home for the Aged in Chi-
cago will be shown. Of particular
interest will be their physical
therapy program, so that members
of the Greater Miami Auxiliary
will become better acquainted with
a similar program to lie inaugurat-
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g/toout QC
ZJ^jstrhrldrtor,
Special ^f<
tyMW MACARONI TO THIS MiNU
iked Chopped Herring Made With
'Ordinary' Staples Around the House
I h REGINA FRISCHWASSEK
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<*vo rites
lakfd chopped herring will
t" anv meal prepared during
it days and bring a round of
juse from your family. Try
method:
B,ked Chopped Htrring
11 herrings
1 onion
1 tablespoons butter
1 cup milk
I j ajgi
j fUp white bread crumbs
[soak the herring in cold water
three hours. Skin, bone and
?h,P.Lhe..he,Ting- Cut the ''"^n
mi ?i P,teS and fry in buw
until golden brown. Add the milk
well beaten egg yolks, bread
crumbs and chopped herring Mix
well. Grease a pan with oil
sprinkle with bread crumbs, add
the herring mixture and dot with
pieces of butter. Bake in a moder-
ate oven three-quarters of an hour.

Baked Macaroni and Fish Cakes
i lb. broken macaroni
3 tablespoons melted butter
1 lb. raw salmon
1 teaspoon ul(
' teaspoon pepper
1 can tomato sauce
20Bm;u^a'^i;' -lled
tato a R cased h I- B,aCaroni
biased baking nan -in.i
jm "hi raw 3S p '
been cut Into small piece Lin
We with melted buitcr laU Td
ft W with a secoS hj
"nnto Pa" and P0Ur on W"
1 "ma'" sau<-e over it. Bake in a
nodent* oven one hour.
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pit planninq session of Temple Emanu-Q Sisterhood for
whood's fund concert on Feb. 8 saw Mrs. Sherman Kap-
fleft. seated) blueprinting patrons' plans with her three
uinnen, Mrs. J. J. Perlmutter and (standing) Mrs. Max Bauer
1 Mrs. I. M. Boderman. The concert will star opera soprano
ine Maibin and tenor Eugene Conley. Proceeds will bene-
t the religious school.
MHALBIN, EUGENE CONLEY DUE
i
anu-fl Women Plan Operatic Concert
Headed by Mrs Sherman Kaplan, the Sisterhood of Temple Kmanu-
|**s opened concert plans to star glamorous young soprano Elaine
ta and tenor Eugene Conley in a special Feb. 8 staging for the
nit of the rcligioua school.
| Co-chan m are Mrs. Max Bauer, Mrs. I. If. Boderman and Mrs,
itmh: tiding them on the patrons' committee are S
'P^' Irving Cypen. with Mrs. Leo Robinson, Mrs Her
. r\' ''. Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs. David Levinson, Mrs.
B [ Mrs. Joseph M. Upton. Mrs. Ralph Kaplan
^ll:: Joseph A. Berman and Mrs William Rul
>~am the exciting youn r from the N
3*r featured en the Voice of Firestone and in the
8":''' 'in the Doretta Morrow i
^Jger is the American tenor who scored triu
in Italy. Holland and I
m, Imsterd n and Hel He
'ij ...tan Op.
'. ihe Sisterhood marks the
year in Greater Miami.
Kadassah Slates
Workshop, Address
Mrs Arthur Rubel of New York
' City, national field consultant for
Hadassah, will Wail the Greater
Miami area to help Hadassah worn,
en with their problems. A three-
Mj worktop at the Algiers hotel
u scheduled for Jan. :t. 4 and 5.
Mrs. Rubel's dedication to the
man) fa. etc I program ol Hadassah
baa been reinforced by first-hand
ition ot Hadassah's achieve-
ments in Nracl on two occasions
she has recently returned from an
Intensive tour of Israel during
which she visited Hadassah Insti-
tutions in every part ot the coun-
try
The workshop schedule of events
is as follows:
Tuesday, Jan 3. 10 a.m. to noon.
fund raising, Combined meeting ol
the I H. Goodman, Chaim Weiz-
mann and Naomi groups of Hadas-
sah at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan 4. 10 a.m. to
noon, membership. Program and
education workshop. 1 to 3 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 5, 10 a.m. to
DOOn, combined chapter and group
board meeting, with Mrs. Oscar S.
Sindell presiding Brunch will be
the closing session at 12:30. with
the highlight an address by Mrs.
Rubel entitled. "Dateline Israel."
The program will include the
pre-entation of "Dogpatch
Doodles." with Deborah group
players directed by Mrs. Harold
Wwin.
Mrs. Herbert Shapiro
Local TB Chapter
Slates Tag Day
Miami Beach chapter of Deborah
Tuberculosis Sanatorium and Hos-
pital at Brown Mills-in-the-Pines,
N.J., will hold its first annual Tag
Day on Friday, Dec. 23.
Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro is chair-
man of the local Tag Day effort.
Acting as co-chairman with her
will be Mrs. Eugene Schwartz.
Mrs. Shapiro explained that De-
borah Hospital treats all diseases
of the chest, including heart and
cancer, and is maintained on a
non-sectarian, free basis.
"Many Miami residents have
been and are being treated at this
marvelous institution which pio-
neered in thoracic surgery and has
some of the world's most renown-
ed physicians and surgeons on its
staff." she said.
Motto of the institution is "He
Who Enters Does Not Pay."
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Ahmmae Eye Crowded Calendar as MevT^rljnSids
. ,..^i., p- i r was e-tal,i,-hed iBB,....... .. vm VH
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Continued from Pae 1 B
-ion hut Toby Friedland is not making her
EmoU '"" inflW so far as R"'
2 \ international convention of the
-,|lnH.; in Washington, IK'., on the very
L_hit;hl:..ht of which is a reception at the
visiting DPhiE's than wa
" j wP'H crrtainly understand
ner, 810 NW 84th ler i
h -Dolls and Guys" drag.
. umnao association here cur-
lition to Mrs. Smith.
5 Ho SW 2nd vice
UHMJ Bay dr., second
lin, 900 N.E. 172nd
"Jt,,'r, ivvrence Zafce, 735 84th nt.,
id William Ran...
1
, are i forward to several i
',(,,, i lar. On Jan. 9. Mr- h ,
ein 45lu North Michigan, will be ho
,, ,( auction and white elephant sale.
|Wyi larked to Delta 1'hi ipaiion'a
n tin rsity of Florida campus, which
was aotablished last year
0 Mar ,7 Z d ta th
While the inch
when I;,,,.,.,,
(M^T* and n,
of the sorority. f lh Club
,, Bul afterdate ,
it beginning.
support ol the
,v
,:,,
inci< tho Ainmn..
ol ti numlMn continue
commu,
I Israel Congregation
i Second Yearly Banquet
Israel ngiegalion will
jaicond annual banquet on
r evening. January 15. at the
hotel. M rris Wemstein.
lent of the I m^regation, an-
l tail i
i H. pwi- Uottman will be
lostalled as spiritual
fof the congregation at this
at speaker ol the evening
Rabbi Oscar Z. Fasman.
st of the Hebrew Theologi-
pllege of '
ibi Fisman was recently
an !i : rary Doctor of
b Atii! \ eshiva Uni-
tv, otcorp fura in mt rog m Hotmm
AEPhi Alumnae Gifts Cheer Children
set and record player last week.
wM^SSSS &! inJ\m. for h"l,,l:'> MMon-the cWWren squealed
with delight when holiday songs and nursery tunes were nlaved for
them by the Jewish ladles who presented then, with the 'u.
"This exemplifies the wonderful spirit of brotherhood, especially
at a time when our people are facing the crucial issue ol *ion"
said Mrs; a. Ponder, supervisor of the nursery, "and demonstrates to
us that Alpha hpsilon Phi sorority truly has a heart thai is warm and
magnanimous."
Funds for this gif| were raised by the sororitj al a card party.
of which Mrs. Jean C. Lehman was chairman. Mrs Marvin A. Zank is
ptosident of the a'unmae group.
Last year, while acting each month as "birthday ladies" at the
nursery, the AEPM group noticed the need for additional equipment.
and so the TV set and record player gift is the culmination ol this
i'
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i
Mrs. A. Ponder, supervisor cf the James E. Scott Nursery for
Colored Children, receives TV set and record player from Mrs.
Marvin Zank and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, of Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alumnae Association of Greater Miami.
philanthropic project thusfar. Other projects are on the agenda.
On Tuesday last week, the alumnae group held their regular
monthly meeting at the Granada blvd. home of Mrs. Stanley C. Mvers.
where chief business was the formation of plans for the annual holiday
luncheon which is to take place at the Fontainebleau hotel Dec. 28.
ion Show Social Marks AEPhi Alum's Annual Affair
ifirued from Poo* 1 B
K Stem Mis- Elaine
M. V\ lein, patroness
rity. will deliver the
on. After Mrs Ritas' in
cn of Ml Marvin Zank
Jean Lehman, they
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About 200 women are antici-
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Hostess,-- in the afternoon
consist "i Mrs. Julian Newbauer,
Mrs Burton Engels, Mrs, Harold
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Mural August Exchanges Vows With
Sheppard Masarek at Beth David;
Groom Will Resume His Dental Studies
Muriel Bernice August 83 hanged vows writh Sbeppard !
irek ln8p.ni ceremonies Thuradaj evening, Dec. I
Synagogw Rabbi Yaakov Rownberi officiated
ii,,. bride li the daughter ol Mn Hilma August and the late
Samuel Joseph August, 1588 s\v 18th ,hc
Masarek v." llTih -t
on fell from I and
the bride's
.imii Her tie-
i I of
usin m
usin,
rek, the sister, I
tugusl '' i usin,
i
the
Unique; feature about the
that t>
I in Beth David 22
The bride's dress had b
I
I :
i Her < train was <>i
and
Friends are welcoming the news that Dr. *nd M_ u
of Mountain Home. Tenn.. will be in town for a week i T*"
Hyroan will be joined by daughter Dorothy and h?.r\ >'" *"* h
W.in,t.n, Jr. Also in the "party will he vounir hIS* *
and husband Eug.n. Gondlin. nRcr dau8hter *
The Junior Wolnstains expect to stay with his folk. r.
Philip Wainsrnin, 1516 SW 12th st. Tho Gandiins will v "* ^
with the Unbars at 2831 Prairie ave. ... nu,*gueij|
New Year's day will mean the end of festivities: tn* ,
friends. Dorothy and Phil fly back to St. Louis at that ,L lly
and Gono will be off In chicaso. ume hi
Lovely attorney Doris Wainttain, 4122 Collins ave ha
elected secretary ot the Tulane Alumni As......,-,,, ,,, South1 K
A member of the law firm of Weinstem. Wein.xtcin and UYin t"
received her AB degree from Sophie Newcomb <-llee 0f TiM**"1''
the LLB degree at the University of Miami Dor.s";. i/'J*4"
eommiiieew iman from Miami Beach. .
SOCIALITES AMONG flBST-NIGHTUS
HOMECOMING
Bride
!
Becomes Mrs.
! in Double Kii
Bites a! Beth David
i
David
s
to '
i I
The bride Is the
Mr, man,
is the
.
fh< two wl
i imo,
I
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i d Mr- are! I
..nil ,1 School and
will her degi ee fr n the
I i I e,Ill-

Mrs. Sh*ppord Matmrek
Old Forge ftnt-nighters 1 k included Polly and Biren
Hirtch Mayor, of Star Island. Mends gin ; -, ,| them chattel
Beech socialite Mr*. Sana Waxnl. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kati of H
SW 82nd st are proud of the arrival ol thi
Anno, who joins her four-year-old brother :.indpai
are the Hyman Sootins, of Miami. Al Arrival hi
hler born to Dr. and Mra. Malvln Levinson pa(,
grandparents are the Louis Lnvinsonv 1!mi;
Expected from G lie and the I Florida ceaj
pend the holidays with his parents is Alan M. Rosenthal.
I F l'le-lmi.m'.s the son of the Fradric Rovtnthals, 83u Michigaaj
. While Mi** Haiant Soidnor, a scholarship ,,hi
and Miss Dotoorah Soidnnr, a University of Florida -indent, weflfl
tamed at the homo of their aunt and uncli Rev. and Mr*. Jictkj
Kati, Friday evening in celebration of Chanuka ir home
from school. Thej are the daughters of Mr*. Gertrude Soidner,]
Flamingo Wa>
on a Bi
ii,,. gOWn v i in F< bruarj Shi \a mem-
'i chantillj I'hi Epsilon sorority
printed hand sleeves she
lire I tiara crown with
I' \eil.
: man was Mr Dave Berman
i ers were i > afeister, Harberl
ii. Aim rl Steinberg, i red
iiinan and Sheldon Rosen
itron ol honor was the hr
Mrs Sandra Rosenfield,
unaid was her lister,
Fleishman. Her brideamatdi
i; i elle Segal, sieiia Rosen
Steinberg and Bvel] n
Steinbei lira Bydell Berman
ki: t the guestbook
Out-of-town gueatl included Mr
Mi- Morris Brennan. Long
Island: Jacob Newman, grandfath
er of the bride from New York
Dr. and Mrs Aaron Steinberg
and daughters, from Wai hmgton.
D.I
The groom is a CPA. associated
with the builders of Cutler Ridge.
The bride is a first grade teacher
at Flagami Elementary School.
After a honeymoon trip to Nas-
sau the couple will reside at 954
SW 36th ct.
Kappa I> honor
The groom graduated from the
University oi Miami and is pres-
ently studying at the F.mory I ni-
versit) school oi dentistry. He is
a member o! Alpha Omega frater-
nity and an cnaiga in the Naval
Raaerve
The bride, who was ghrea in
marriage by her uncle. Mr. Harry
tat, eras honored with Mr.
ataaerek at a reception and buffet
supper in Beth David following the
ceremony
Following a honeymoon trip
through Florida, the couple will be
at home in Atlanta, da., where the
groom will resume his dental
studies
CMTHDAY ANNIVEKSAKY
HOST AT EMANUEl
Celebrating her birthday anniversary, Mr*. Anna Schick
ed friends with a party at the Monte Carlo last week ronnedaj
Buffalo, NY.. Mrs. Schick now makes Mian her
home. .
Mrs. Harry Fields was recent proud host at Temple
Shalos Seudos in honor of the marriage of (laughter Moll* to
Welliataln Mrs. Munroo Adamton, Long Island, New York, kg
ing her parents the Aaron Ntwnum, of Lakeview dr., Miami
for several weeks. .
With her is son Douglas. .
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Joan Kandcl Weds On Groom's Birthdav
A double celebration took place Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Kandel of
Saturday for Joan Kandel and 995 Nortn Venetian dr.. Miami
Stanley Wort on. The\ were mar- .. ...
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Joan wore white lace with a long
train. V-neck, long sleeves. Her
fingertip veil fe+l from a crown.
She wore her mother's pearls and
carried a Bible covered with white
orchids
Maid of honor, dressed in pink,
was Phyllis Kandel. the bride's sis-
ter Other attendants were Flor-
ence Worton, the bridegroom's sis-
ter, and F.lis<
Bob Stemmuller was best man.
I'shers were Lennie Axelrad and
Phil HoNtein
Tha eoupie remained in New
York for four day* and then Hew
to Kurope. They will reside in
Basel, Switzerland after Dec. 22.
where the brideKHKnn is attending
medical school.
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December 23, 1955
Mrs. Gi-or-e Souk
Mrs. Sidney Stein
Spector, Sonic
,(> Live in Gables
*i of blue and white
* setting for the bom,
' Ann Spector and
up) soui, N(;;
Kabbl Vote, H (lfllc|.
*' '" '; ceremony, held in the
home of the bride',, ,,.-,,.. Mr
ma Mrs. juuM 8pector 1:!5 sw
^nrt rd. A reception was held aft-
erward.
The bridegroom's parent* are
JJ nd Mrs. Edward Soule, 1511
M\ l!/!h
Triage by her father,
the bride wore a white satii
>nd she carried a white |
book and white on I
" Spector attended hi
ter
ile Soule was beat man for
nia brother, and i
v and
Peti ishered.
iple will be .it h
39 Santili i (,ies_
*'X
Mils Roberto Schertr
J
Ibcrtii Cats Ring At
[l surpr^e party Saturday
[Bobertu Phyllis Scherer was
Bted with her engagement
I her fiann Sheldon Scott.
j party, held in Temple Zion,
jlliami, u.i- Riven by the par-
Id the bride-elect, Mr. and
(Joseph Scherer, 2185 SW 11th
future bridegroom \z the
Id Mr and Mrs. Alex Scott,
SW 16th ter.
Students Plan Su
[wanner wed l.ng is planned
|Judith Mae Koff and Sherwyn
Clement is being an-
by I)r and Mrs. Salmon
!ol Atlanta, parents of the
future bridegroom is the
I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Syna, of
iMeridian ave., Miami Beach.
I uple both attend Univer-
sal Florida. Judith is a senior
& major, a member of Al-
*'lon Phi social sorority
Miss Ann Grostman
Surprise Party
Roberta is a senior at Miami
High school and is a member of
Phi Delta Gamma council.
Mr. Scott is a graduate of Coral
Gables High. He is a member of
the Knights of Pythias Greater Mi
ami lodge No. 176 and a member
of the Marine Corps reserve train-
ing program.
An August wedding is planned.
miner Marriage
and Alpha Kapda Delta, national
honorary sociological fraternity.
Mr. Syna is a senior political
science major. He is president of
his fraternity, Tau Epsilon Phi.
Marolvn Widlan (lets
Mr. and Mrs. William Widlan.
of 3851 SW 1st st.. and Leisure
City, announce the engagement of
their daughter. Marolvn. to Jer-
rold L. Phillips, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Phillips, of 126 SW 21st
ave.
Jerry presented Marolvn with
her engagement ring on the night

the hotel
eville
has everything
MN A SPECIAL KITCHEN observinc dietary liws md
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tone HAW IJUFEMST
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WEANrRONT
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Miami beach
Page 7B
Miss Ivdi.h Koff
Ann's Betrothal
Grossmans Reveal
At spring frolics of 1954 at Uni-
versity of Florida. Ann Grossman
first met Sidney K. Lewis. The
couple now is making plans for an
August wedding.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Sidney M. (lid-
man, oi Gainesville, Fia. She Is at-
tending IF where she is a mem-
ber of the Women's Glee club and
the Florida Players.
Mr Lewis is the son of Mr. and
Mrs .1 L. Lewis, of 1223 SW 19th
ter. He i- I graduate of Miami
Senior High and is attending UP,
He is a member of Phi F.ta Sig-
ma scholastic fraternity and Pi
Lambda Phi social fraternity.
Ring by Candlelight
of the lighting of the first Cha-
nuka candle.
Marolvn attends Miami High
School, anil is a member of Omega
Delta Pal Council.
Jerry graduated from Miami
High School, attended the I'niver-
tJt) of Miami and holds an honor-
able discharge from the Navy.
He is an active member of the
young Mull group of the Greater
Miami .'.wish Community (enter
Mi i- at present associated with
his lather in the manufacture of
Venetian blinds
The wedding (late will ho an-
nounce! In the "car future.
Lynn Goldstein and
Donald Owen Ablin
Exchange Vows
M>-" Lynn Goldstein, daughter
" Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein,
"1 Harrison, \.Y., and Donald Ow-
en Ablin. son of Mrs. Fay Ablin
and the late Jack A. Ablin, Chi-
"Hl Miami Beach, were mar-
ried Tuesday, Dec. 20, at the
Pierre hotel in New York City.
Mrs, Ablin and Mr. and Mrs.
' P Schero, oi Coral Gables
attended the nuptials. Mrs. Schero
is the sister of Donald Ablin.
'lh(' Wde attended the Leonard
I 'or Girls in Manhattan and
u senior at Simmons Colli
Donald i- a graduate of i
and Harvard | ... A!l( ,.
their wedding trip to N u, Don-
" report to it. Eustis in
Va.
n and her late husband
nally known for their
tivities in the field of philanthi
Mi Ab-
as ;i co-chairman of the Worn-
ion oi the Combined .!
Appeal and has been promi-
I wiih nun*
communal and civic pro
(Chic in the i
at 6342 North
rd Miami Beach.
Miss Davis Weds
Mr. Sidney Stein
iara Davis became
bride Nov. 27 of Sidnej .lack
stem at a fi p m. ceremony In Bar-
celona Gardens restaurant, Coral
Gabli
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Davis. nr,i sw 5th
st. The bridegroom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stein, 631
SW 11th St.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg offi-
ciated, and a reception followed
the ceremony.
The bride wore a gown of white
crystalet.
Sister of the bridegroom, Evelyn
Stein, was maid of honor. The
bride's brother, Morton Davis, was
best man.
The newlyweds will live at 550
SW 7th st.
W' ii
Miss Helen t.'chfmen
Lichtman, Kohen
Plan To!- Rites;
Fiance is Surgeon
At the same time that (he en.
is ar n lunced In New
York, friends here are hearing
betrothal of Dr. Roland
J. Kohen and Helen Lichtman.
Dr. Kohen Is the so;-, of Mr. and
Mrs Herman K. K .hen. 1417 North
y, San Marco Island,
Miami Beach. His fiancee is a New
Yorker, thf daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Lichtman. of Brooklyn.
!' tth are working in New York
City. Dr. Kohen is a graduate of
the University of Miami and the
Medical College of Alabama, and
is presently completing his resi-
dency at Kingsbridge Veterans
hospital.
Miss Lichtman graduated from
Smith College and is now associ-
ated with Bloomingdale Bros, de-
partment store, as fashion coordi-
nator. She also is a member of the
Smith College Club of New York.
A Bronze Star veteran, Dr. Ko-
hen served as a lieutenant in the
armed forces in the Korean con-
flict. He now serves on the medi-
cal advisory board of the American
Korean Foundation.
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1 -------------- -------- '-------------------------------'------ -.-^==^=^Maoer 23, \
Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worshj
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
holil Friday evening Servian at
8:lo. Rabbi Narot will preach on
the topic: 'Arc People Really Good
earl S n,K,n i- based on
Diary of Anne Frank." He
ion in honor ol the birthday oi
Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan will follow the
ioc.
t *
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
hold Friday evening. < i \ ice*
15. Rabbi Yank Re Mtberg
-m and Chris-
tianiti Their Basic Diffi i
tar William Lipeon renders the
portions of the lit
with Miriam Donnerstag directing
the choir Oneg Shabbal tollows
j morning services are at
dm j ol ':r Boat Schrei.
will baeeaas Bar Httsvaht
Junior services arc ai 10 am In
the chapel.
*
ANSHE EMES CONGREGA
t,on Pridaj evening ices at 8:30 cantor Rudolph Brill
Ces I S IS, Saturday morning render- the mu-ie.d portions of the
are Bl 9 Minchi i- at 5 nturi
i) :,. followed by Shales Seudos ,
Daih servieei are at H am and TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
' !"n Friday evening services at 5 and I
B:S0 Habbi Irving Lahrman will
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION preach on the topic Is Vour Ufa
wi I hold Friday evening services Glorioui Adventure?" Cantor
a) 9 and 8:18 p.m BabbJ Tiber Philip Brumsaer renders the mu.
n will officiate and preach on ska! portions oi the Uturg) Satur-
the topic pcpic ,,i HcliKion or daj morning services arc at 9.'
Religion ol People." Saturday Rabbi Lehnaan will diaeuss the
ins n ices are al 8:30 ( an
Haul Mamches renders the
lical portions oi the liturgy
- in Bible i al 4 15 p.m. Dailj
ces will be at 7 and 8 a m and
5 p
Habbi Jostmh Narot
. "G**4 ol Htort"
WORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will bold Fridaj evening
services al .'! i.~> On the occasion
ol jhis i ,n .________________
'/ will ,, .,
din ,-. 1 ,i the
n ices
f Mi
in i .' >hn
d Wl .. will
litzvah. i
It i the musical
the liturgy, w,th the


CANDLELIGHTING TIME
Teveth 8 5:19 p.m.
Joel. Mill of Mr-
ami Mr- Sam I ohen and Benders,
s-.n oi Mr and Mr- Harry Stroll,
will become Bar Mitzvah Daily
service- are in the ehepaf at h ajn
p m

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
hold Fridaj e\.
GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOOUIS
* ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD
AOUDATM ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE-525 Ttth at. Orili,..!,,*.
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION ralrlr an. Orth-1ux. JUhl.i II
Lvuli Rottinan
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER ; \ ritlvBr-'tlal.l.l
in.ii,i Klein,
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 1144 Chaw ave. Liberal. It.ii.l.l UtM KnuilMi
TEMPLE EMANU EL 1701 Waahlnfton ave. Conservative Kal>l>l Irving
Philip H
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
BETH JACOB CONOREOATION I III WaaBIWtHm SVS. Orthodox.
bbl Tlboi Hti rn c U Mtmohi
BETH TFILAH CONOREOATION MS lu.ll.l ava. OrihuUuX. Ilnbhl .In-
Icovnk)
HEBREW ACADEMY 111 Mh Si \ Rabbi Alrxai-
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION1III BuclM BVe. OrUM
i, nab i' i a*m Bel/.
TORAH TEMPLE I \\ Jilrtiilsin. lubl-ia Abraham
CORAL GABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER3M Palermo live. Mix-rat. Rabbi
Mi lr\ Ing I!,,I,it:
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER 44 Znmoia ave. Conservative. Rabbi l:
I.. n 11 ui in. i I i 1 i> 1 > Hi ill.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION IS-, N\V 3rd ave. Ortho k.-l.
HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLY WOOD \7i.". Monroe at., Hollywood.
ithre liiii,i,i s.uiui.-i i ,
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD MM 1'olk >!., Hollywood. Cr.naerva-
Rabbi David Shapiro ('antor Vehudah II. ili.raun.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE1SW1 South Andrew* ave.,
I'l I., il. i ,!.'<:' I:.:,.iin Rabbi Marina Ranwin.
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGE
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGE JEWISH CENTER9il Kaat 4th tv*. Con-
hii.,:
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE ISRAEL HT NK lth t. Reform. Rabbi Jowph Narot, Rabbi
Jacob k.,pi,I, Rabbi Kinritu. Cantor Jacob Bomaiwln
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER SiO-i North Miami ave.
(,,!,-. i \ui '.%<-. Uabbl Abraham Haraon. Cantor Allu-it (llanti.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION Igttl S'W 17th ave.
FLAGLER-ORANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER10 N\V Slat pi.
c,ii-, i \atlva. Ral b Lao Ralat
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER | West Dixie hwy. ConwrvaUve.
It.il.l.i lb my Okoiloa. Cantor Maun, Neu.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION lS4th at and NK lllh ave.
I la bbl Ixu.ii I.,
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION ,; *.,>
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE SS23 BW Srd avi Conwrvallvr. Rabbi
\ Row niwi-B i antoi \v lillani \v i.t,.-
BETH EL CONOREOATION .'."(1 BW lTlh ave. Ortbynlux. Rabbi
Khmaryahu 'I" Bwlraky. Cantor Uoula Qartoaha
ISRAELITE CENTER-31S8 SW :4th trr. l'nM isatlw RabN MoM...
Mal.ivukv Cantor Sunmri BaJkow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREOATION-1101 B\V 11th ave
Dodos Rabbi Simon April. Canioi KotefnoA
WEST MIAMI
TEMPLE ZION I7M SW lTili M 0 K.,1,1,1 A!fi..,| Waxman
Saturday
hat foil
led
"'irn.i
I R-S "*
K., ,
n. Mini
A?
*
TBWPLE 7ION will hold F
1 Late
!
the sermon is: The ckh 2d,
igiotts New Year." choir will
[under the direction of Ben Yoa
Saturday morning services artl
? UHWanN will discus,
' Mmchj i$ -I
p.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY will
Friday eveoinj imnlsai at *
P.m. Saturday morning serva
are at 9 am Rabbi Alt
! will preach on the
Portion, atincha is at 5 pm
lowed by ShakM Seudos.
services will be at 730 a.m."
5:25 p.m.. with Sunday
services scheduled lor 8'
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL..
CONGREGATION will hold Fral
evening services at 5:30 p.m. S
day morning are d .
Rahbi Simon April will oift
and preach on the topic: "S
for America and [sraaL"
Borele Kelemer renden tl
sical portion- of the liturgy, (a
in Mishna i- al t 15 p.m.
-ervice. aril] be at 7 30 a.m.
5:30 p.m
ISRAELITE CENTER will
Friday ev< nin
and 8:15 p.m Rabbi Morton
Bvaky will pre ich on the tl
HP0stponem< nl Oneg Shi
GUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will h..Id I
it ,1a-.

laJmud is
will be at 5 p.m.,
morning services are at 8:30.
mon will be based on the Week
Portion i ant Samuel Salka
renders the mu ns ol t
liturgy. Minch 5 p.m..
lowed by Shalos Si M* I
services will be at 8 a.m. and
minutes befon ind iwa.
.._., .,,,, ,,,,,,, r i iuj CVVI1II
"v; W Saturday morning Saturday morning services are at Lucille Moore directing the choit ; Postponement Oneg
Rabhi Jo aph ;' Tommy.. sn (.f Mr. and Mra. OlMg Shabbat toUowa. Saturday will be at B:S0 -|.ons.red by
tea and riiacuaaes Maurice I'mkelor. will become Bar morning services are at 8.30. (and afn I Meylaco Satu
At 4 p.m.. the Mitrvali The Pinkelora will be
1 in Secular n,M- ;i1 "< "net: Shabbal follow. HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
' Rabbi Crime Wave?" "U Wdaj i | jaWI-H center will hold Ftidai
a; 4:;ti) ,.m. followed l,v evening services at 8:18. Albert
Will TIFERETH ISRAEL N O R T H < omar.or. exeeutixt- director of Jew
" '""..: !im SIDE CENTER Will hold Fr.dav Ish Family Service, will be guest
vening servli .,,,i speaker and discuss: 'The High
temple beth SHOLOM will speaker will be Dr DonaM Michel- Cosl ol Uanappy Uring.H Cantor
.,, sob directoi ol HUIeJ House at the Ben Grossberj Bill render the mu
Kin, h will Wniversit) ol Miami He will dil sical portions of the liturgy with' BETH ISRAEL C0N6RB
"'i'in. i pii Religion Pi "Hellgien m the 8ehoob>." Jay Browde leading the responsive TltM will hold Fridw *
''" turdty more- Canter Albert CHentz renders the I reading, Mr. and Mrs Nathan I services at 5 15 pm Oneg s
,,unp, 1CUJ1C1J mmmtmm+ ""'' ;ir l0:4fl '"''- mus|,al POIthma ol the liturgy Becker and Mr and Mrs. Abe
zamora Jewish ccNTEtTw.i. ary. son ol M, and Mr- Ben .i. Shabbal will follow. Satur- Praidlin will hosts at the Oneg
1 I '" nd Petei an .,i i>r I Hay morning services are at 9 Shabbat
8:30. rheme oi the i will and Mri Lewis Julian, will beeoBM 8*hbi Abraham Heraon wlU preach
Your Communit: Bai liitzren Canter Samuel Kale- oa the topic: "When Brother Meets
- m honor ol tht rj met readers the musical portions Brotht i
rge 1 bV Speakers "t the IHui .
Wl!l ritual leader Rabbi ,tTl, c, -----------------
BETH RAPHAEL CONOREOA- J1TR.S ^SSI^XL'Z
live directc* ol the tion will
' Pridaj evening 5:15 Saturday morning aervieea
,; g_- ; RabbTs"!. SwiSS
... m n. s w ^'^r'-,h r :h";"'" rh"
,:d be hosts at the "' ''"^""l ^'l
oi ,h.,r T ,' :rn" c,assln ,' '":"'
Paul V< ';'-''.- r the liturgy.
during Sturday morning ''' ,H,i :" "';,' hi Yeehiv. Hall
_______________________^^ ,, will '
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
service* at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Guest
-leaker at the late -civiee will be
Dr. Beniamin B. Rosenberg, exec
utive director of Greater Miami p.m.
bat servii, pm
dav morning services are at
Rabbi H. I ouii Hottman fl
preach <-n v 1
Home' Class in Bil
p.m. aflBcha will be al 4 45 p.i
followed b) Shalos Seu3os. Da'
scum -:1 and
Mr. and
I'h Sbwarta
i p.m.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TEMPLE SINAI ol Hollywood TER will hold Pridaj vemng
ecommg at at 8:15 Rabbi Okoliea
Pridaj evi mug at 8:34) Dr II
iklin Williams ol the I i
i i. win be Kueet -peek-
's "Youth Fares (|,r
; will l...
sponsored bj ,| Mrs Henry
Levin Saturda; morning services
at 9. Itabbi I. .,,i Shapiro of-
ill preach on the topic The
Christian World Obser i i amor
Maurice Neu renders the mu
portion! ol the liturgy, with
Jewish Federation* He will discuss-
AN hat are the Needs and ih,
Problems of our Communm
eception follow. Fortv Qya new
with Cantor V.hudah :members f Siaterhood will be in-
Heilbraun rendering the musical ducted Saturdaj morning servieM
pon.oM, ,be liturgy. ,are at 8:30 lUbh, Jonah Caplan
rr.o. ......" w,u Pr'<-h on the Weekly Portion
Rail i^ at 4:15 p.m Mincha
ffobai Jocab N. Kmplmm
. to be hanerttl
TER will hold Pridaj evenu
servieei at 8 15. Rabbi Morns Skop
the
11 lament Cantor Irving
Robinson renders I he musical por-
tions of the liturgy, with Robert
S,ra<,urs conluc,!,* ,* chl),r ^^^'^.nffiasTs
will be at 4 45 p.m. followed by
.Shalos Bl udos
*
CENTER will hold Friday evening
a. can sho inr It IIPW
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December 23. 1955
son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
. Weiss 736 83rd St.. will
*Bar Mitzvch Saturday at the
orth Shore Jewish Center.
Mayer Abramowitz will
date. John is a student in
i religious school of the Cen-
cnd attends the eighth
Bde of Ncu'ilus Junior High
hocl
j Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
i Edwards, 6921 Trouville Espla-
nade, will be Bar Mitzvah Sat
urday at the North Shore Jew-
ish Center. Rabbi Mayer Ab-
iramowitz will officiate. Gary
: has attended th religious
I school of the Center for the
! last five years. He is in the
'eighth grade of Nautilus Junior
High school.


ICcr.er., son of Mr. and Mrs.
nuel Cohen, will celebrate
Bar Mitzvch at Temple
du-E1 Saturday, Dec. 24.
bi Irving Lehrman will offi-
Joel is an eighth grade
at the Wilson Private
and attends Temple
n-El religious school.
fo be Chosen
[Tempic Emai.u Kl Young Adults
hold their annual "Crystal
Ai.lmore
'James Cary Jacobson, son of
! Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jacobson. of
| 4230 Chase ave., Miami Beach,
, will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
I urday. Dec. 24, at Temple Beth
Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will officiate.
ball" on Sunday evening, Ian 2.">.
in the Temple social hall Queen
will be selected from girll attend-
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Fridc
MiLTON FRiEBMAN
Dr. Byroade Treats Egyptian Neur
JEWS FROM GERMANY IN THE UNITED STATES. Edited by Eric E.
HirshUr. 182 pp. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Cudahy. $3.00
By HILARY MINDLIN
PUBLISHED UNDER the auspices of the American Federation of
Jews from Central Europe. Inc.. which is a nationwide nonprofit or-
ganization of Jewish Nazi victims. "Jews from Germany in the United
States" is a collection of five MMJf by scholars and historians. Each
NM)I deals with some aspect of German-Jewish immigration to Amerua
their influence on American Jewish spiritual life in the 19th century,
their cultural contributions, and a general picture of their participation
here from colonial times to the present. The aim. writes Dr Max
Gruenewald. president of the AFJCE, Inc.. is "to throw light upon neg
lected or misunderstood phases of German Jewish history, and to write
its last pages. Our hope is that thc.se efforts will help to restore the
image of the German Jew."
Thus there are accounts, with which readers of only one or two
Tercentenary books are probably already familiar, of such notables as
Guggenheim, Sehgman. Straus. Bloomingdale. and of course the earlier
Grab and Franks, to name only a few. Although it is mentioned that
to cite thi- M>rt of Information is to ba concerned mostly with "the
attitude! and actions of the small group which made good in America
in iiu' yean not immediate!} following its arrival," there is a general
attempt to link German Jewish culture and background to achieve-
ments in America.

I CONFESS to bewilderment I cannot understand how any German
Jew writing today can (till D0 SO enraptured with his birthplace, can
Wish still to identify himself tproii-IK | as "Yea, German." and can point
with such unmistakable delight t>> his straggle to remain as German as
possible Were tins book sociological study, 1 could better understand:
but it is not. And what is perhaps moat revealing is the tact that there
have been almost no books on the Polish Jews, or the Russian Jews. <>r
the Spanishthere have only been l>ooks on all the Jewish immigrants
t igether. The Germans are singularly alone in wishing to be counted
in a lump aa Germans I find in the very reason lor writing this book
ntinuation of that tame loathed philosophy --Dcutschland Ueber
Alles i- what it come- down to which should have nude "German"
the foulest curse in the language.
Nor do I tind any logical basis f.-,r thi- book. It seems axiomatic
that a German Jew who arrived in this country became an American
Jew of German birth, not | German Jew who happened to live in Ameri-
ca Yet it appears characteristic of the German, and of him alone, that
he hated tin- idea and that he made every effort to continue to regard
himsell aa devotedly German, particularly whenever that highly-touted
culture" was mentioned The greet ethu-s of that "culture" has had
its recent flow(rm- what -hall we >ay it flowered into? into soap?
and I find it incredible that Jews who had the misfortune to be born in
German) should now look proudly back and scrabble in the still-warm
ashes ol their sell respect lor glints of former glories
I' seems to me that there is only one thing about Germany to be
remembered by a Jew, to t>e recalled with black hatred and rending
Oi clothes; aa for the rest I would wring it from memory in honor of
those who were wrenched from their lives. Let the German Jews stand
with their lc How Jews for a change, or they profane us all.
Henry A. Byroade, VS. Ambas-
sador to Egypt, sees himself as a
s.nt of international psychiatrist.
Dr. Byroade's analysis of the
Communist-Egyptian arms deal
was that it would enhance peace
prospects because Egypt's "fears"
of Israel might subside as Egypt
became stronger and more "se-
cure." Egypt, according to Dr.
Byroade. has an inferiority com-
plex arising from its military de-
feat by Israel.
The Byroade prescription calls
for the cession of Negev territory
by Israel to repair Egypt's dam-
aged ego. This formula would en-
able Egypt to regain prestige and
equilibrium, thus facilitating a
return of American influence.
Isra?l looks on this remedy
with growing depression and il-
lusions of persecution. The By-
roade school of psychiatry appar-
ently prescribes "shock therapy"
treatment for Israel. Leader of
Israel have taken a clinical look
a the prognosis and told the in-
ternational psychiatrist, in effect.
"Doctor, heal thyself." No terri.
tory will be ceded by Israel to
satisfy Egyptian neuroses.
State Department policy plan-
ners, fearful of growing Soviet in-
fluence in Egypt, have indicated
a tendency to take Byroade's
ideas seriously. At the same time
the "Spirit of Geneva" has given
way to the "Spirit of Cairo," an
equally phony peace offense con-
ceived by Egypt to mask war
preparations against Israel.
The British and American Gov-
ernments, in the opinion of some
Israelis, have been duped by the
Arabs into thinking that the
Arabs rather than Israel are for
peace at this juncture. Moscow
peace doves are zooming across
Egyptian skies. Such "doves" are
jet-propelled, nomenclature MIG-
15.
Will Jan. 30 bring anoth?- Mu-
nich? That is what Israel ants
to know. On that date British
Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden
meets in Washington with PtaaJ.
oses
dent Eisenhower tr> At
wov it, by c.tmg t^ uSS
Nne partition plan ii J
^ofterrftHL
compromise" rZ^3
J* in our time."P H
be determined from th?
Embassy ,f Ede "
umbrella to WasWnguY
Exploiting the line tag
might break out if JJlJ
ders territory, Egypt u i
"ting troop training JR
( ommunut weapons uL,l
of ^. cars beanngsS
have crossed the Suef'
bound 1(ir,he Gaa f
the State Department isT
action on the Israel an
hoping thereby to prevent|
Egyptian estrangement
Washington. U.g_ j^
pointing to peace noisJ
Cairo and London, say
sale of arms to Israel at)
might cause an 'arms i
fit a III S0 HWAttTZ
Generous Sir Anthony and Other Stori
Pmml Mwmi
. l.-wtliut avatian
SAUL 0 Iff Ml V
At Least Some Progress is Being Made
On Dec 10, the United Nationsand millions of
I N backers throughout the world celebrated
Human Rights Daj i hat date is the anniversarj oi
the i er.ii Assembly session in
n 1948 oi the I niversal Declaration ol
Hu Here, the Genera] Asaembl) i con,.
ponsible for human rights measures -
busy di other matt
n half oi
two I un in :
its. It ha

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talk, tie
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(aetoi
i h h Us
la "i >' oi all people, ki
i well; the gi >ol hum all
: not be expo t< d in a but
IIS Til SiERBTY
Nations, in spite of all skepticism, has made a start
toward improvement in the field of human rights
The United Nations has adopted a convention on
the political rights of women, in the spirit of the
sraal Declaration of Human Rights Certainly
"',l i'" Americans are loo prone to
look the fact that in manj actions of the world
ll tUeJJj n. rights at all.
All peoples everywhere and again, Jewa partieu-
as prog) i | |
nited \
with tl i n ,
the rij hi to li
1 till a problem in t'. .l(ll,,
tunati
utlawry witn
problem
, 'lh the pi iflmg no i
I given no a
one ol the i
h ot WfJ
' i tatus ol !,-
by the Unit
The Jerusalem Post, comment-
ing on Mr. Eden's proposal that
peace might be made by Israel
giving Egypt some of the Negev,
says his act recalls the old Jewish
storyv about the rabbi who was
dying. Members of his congrega-
tion gathered about the open
Ark. One member of the congre-
gation pleaded with God to spare
the life of the rabbi, offering in
return that he would give one
year of his own life if God would
spare the rabbi for another year.
Another member of the congre-
gation offered God a better bar-
gain. He could take two years
of his life if He would but spare
the rabbi for two years. A third
member offered to donate 15
years on this basis.
The others were aghast.
"How?" they asked the third
member, "can you give 15 years
of your life? You are not so
young yourself. If you give 15
years, you will have only a few
left!"
"Don't worry." said the man,
"I am not giving 15 years of my
life. I am giving my wife'i
Mr. Eden can afford to be gen-
erous on a similar basis, ffj is
not giving hs own. He is giving
Israel's. Of his own, he is not so
generous. Take Cyprus for in-
stance. He i> not giving any of
that away.
Il we recall correct!y. it was
.Mr. Eden who organized the Arab
I-eague. which has not been to.)
good I thing even for England.
nd under him becomes a
H
Garden of Eden, all ^_
was that it is not shit]
cracked up to be.
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A small man has got to]
up for it in some way.
doesn't saj too much
si/e of people. We doatl
whether Moses was big orf
Heine says that when Mo
on ML Sinai, it was Mo.
was a mountain, but Heia
not thinking in terms of pa
General Joe Wheeler]
fought in the Civil W|
Spanish American wan
wee initu of man. 0nj
geant came into General1
tent looking (or Wheeler!
was here a moment ago,'
Wade, and I didn't set
out Look behind thecr
rel."

Paul Muni was greeted i
tremendous ovation, retu
his role ol Clarence Dan
"Inherit the Wind.'' Mm
perfectionist. I read
in preparing for the rolei
row. Mum listened for
records of Harrow's voice. |
told i similar story about 1
preparation for his role
III i er, Juaret
Be went to '
i log, bei
the librai Mexico Cit|
attend I tfveWj
and fcfui sit nd *;
the s i get tlj
at loaderj
went
RORMS SMOLAR
The Synagogue in Amcriq
Federal Aid to Parochial Schools Rejected
A large majority of the participants at th.
cenHy-concluded White Mouse Con Edu-
cation rejected public aid to parochial educational
institutions. This Hand was aniveraally welcomed
by American Jewish groups who have long ad\oc
ration of church iron 'ate.
The conference recognized the right ol parents to
educate their children in non-public schools in ac-
c-opiance with American tradition It ed, how-
upper! for private school mfe.
ed to corporate gifts, grants and tuition fi
Concurrent with the conference report, the
Protestant National Council of Churches express. .|
similar point of view. The council's general board
said that full support for private schools should be
provided by those who choose to maintain them.
Sttl ," I li-
berals because ol a recent ann ,,.
Ionian ( at hoi, 1
Bishops declared ih.,. parochial ... Iu
entso ,hr7,m
if the American educational systi
W the 1.800 participants 1M ,.. Wh;.
Yet despite their numerical minority, the
sues of particular interest Jewish groups
involving separation of church and state
The conferences emphasis on human relations
Sl Cr8rOUP Under^"d* hailed b> J '.
de egates as a recognition that the school's taJk Tn
volves more than teaching the Three Rv'
There is more talk during the
last few years about the roll
the synagogue in American Jew-
ish li!. than ever before Dui
' t ten years, since the en I
of the war. the number of
i~ grown
lerabty. To a great extent
not so much to in-
feeling among
American Jewry but to the i
for 'le!onging."
This is ,Uy true in the
ba and in the smaller towns
"lore almost all Christians are
seen in church on Sundays. When
the Christian neighbor is a
rhurchgoer. the Jew must be-
I synagogue-goer l
though in the large city he never
thought ig a synagogue.
Furthermore, his children attend
various affairs in the suburban
synagogue center, practically
forcing him to become a ayna-
urhia."
mam wl
l
much praise 'or "
th.s i...... : :irl Z-a
,,v traimnt
writer on Jewish artiB|
nit/er hi '"lll> prt5r
:stor>
syn^ogue m thii countr
the Brst day that Je*'
haraJOO years ago tj
time.


rwamber 23, IS
1955
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
2 JV2f" judges?^
IN AND FOR DADF.
OURT
COUNTY,
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LILLIAN SYLVIA I- A I: I: |; |:
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LEGAL NOTICE
cS.N^^^-^^OR'lO.-g
I HAWKK8WORTH, Defend..,
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THE
AND
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SUIT rof, nivnQ/ 'OR DIVORCE
/Hicnae/ Soisin
issin Apointed
>tel Executive
chad Sos.mii, well known in
_ count> business and frater-
nities, has become the new
jiini-trator and executive rllrec-
. 0f the Boulevard hotel, with
r_.i designed to offer home liv-
it nominal cos! to senior citi-
Boulovar.l hotel, operated
j, nnr basis, achieved
(ional acclaim ; [grving seniors at low cost in
ring on i year-round per-
mit bti
usin, a business executive, has
Mr] active in business and
J circle- for the past 20 years.
is president <>f the Miami
Bh Lodge ol B'nai B'rith and
member of Elks Lodge No.
H. He i- also a member of the
l League i Miami Beach and
fraternal and community
organization-.
LEGAL NOTICE
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MYERS, ill im \\ | K U >| .
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 36728 A
In Re: EKTATE "I
SOPHIE ROTH,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'r. .Mi..i- ..11.1 Ui |>, ,,! Hav-
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Eala I
V.iu. anil ..nli of
notified anil required lo p i
claims a nd demand in. h j ou oi
either of i in,
palate of BOPHlE Knrii
late <>f I>;nl. County, Florida, :. the
Honorable County Judaea of i>.i.i.-
County, an.I ri 1 the name in ihelr
Offices In the County Courthoui
Ilaric County, Florida, within i-laln
calendar in..nth- in.ni in. date ..f thf
flrat publication hereof Bald i-lalmi
or iicinami- i.....Main the lesal ad-
iIi."m of the claimant and t.. b.
to a nd i'i. aented
will l>e barrod, Bee B<
the isi". Probate Act.
Kate December K A.P l!'5.V
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IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
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Win
ABRAHAM BKROTKIX.
MIAMI FLORIDA
FRANCIM K TRAPMAN
MIAMI I- I.iiKII'A
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR D*OE,
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No .85814
CHARLES \ HKNSK I
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IN CHANCERY. NO. 185259
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GLOBAL SHORTS
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
PARIS (JTA)French government circle^ n\iilirmcd thai France
hod shipped "OoragOfl" fighters, jets with a top ipMd of only 500 miles
an hour, to Israel, but noted that Israel did not seem to be completely
satfsflod with this deal because it had requested "Mystore fighters,
capable of meeting the speeds of the Soviet MKI 19 tighten. Mean |
while, reports from French sources assert that in addition to sanding
Vampire jet fighters to Jordan, the British Government has sent
"Meteor" jets to Syria.
LONDON (WNS)The Archbishop of Canterbury, haad "f the
Church of England, will give a garden party at the Lambeth Palm OH
the occasion of the celebration next year ot the tercentenary of the
resettlement of Jews in England, it was diacloaad here by sponsors ot
the celebration. The Lambeth Palme is the ArchMabop'l olinial rcM
deuce
STOCKHOLM (WNS)A grant of 50.000 krowns. for allocation to
the World OUT Union, was reported this ueek bj ;he Swedish Govern-
ment in a communication to the ort Committee here Third bn
series of such grants, with the total reaching .'jbo.ooo krowns, the none)
i- to be used for the purchase oi machines and tools lor out schools
abroad.
however, but helped to make mu-
sic history, for "La Traviata was
the first of Toscaninis fsmous
opera broadcasts that he was will-
Ins to release for publication on
records.
In 1954 Toseanini again picked
.Merrill for his last opera bio,id
cast with the NBC Symphony "A
Masked Ball."
Friday, D,
hr the D32\EL"5
him on ?our f g0lf ^
Tickets arc $5 *,
i!^ Mll<"" Seat
HAMBURG (JTA i A new 'XKlton coastal freighter, the ".Unlit."
was handed over to representatives oi the Israel Purchasing Mis
in German) upon the satisfactory conclusion oi her trial run On be-
half ol the Purchasing Mission, she was accepted from the Kremer
shipyards in Elmshorn by Veahayahu Ann-, head of the Consular
tion. A recently completed sister ship, the "AahkasDn," has already
arrived in Haifa Both vessels will be operated by Zim-Shohan Lines
VIENNA (WNSi Soviet Russia has relea-ed -Ml lormer Austrian
policemen implicated in the slaying ol ten- ot thousands ..t Jews HM
men were Included in a transport Of freed war criminals under the
terms Of the Austrian Stale Treaty Though the men were aei
oi involvement in the execution of thousands ot Jewish men. women
and children in the cities ol Kolomea. Storvj. Drohohvc/ and Honshu,
the Russian authorities turned them loos,, while simultaneously turn-
vet to Austria documents proving their guilt.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
NEW YORK (WNS)- The New York State Commission Vgainst Ii-
crimination has ruled thai New York state resort hotel advertising
"Churches Nearby" has violated the state Lau kgainsl Discrimination
and must discontinue the USB ol that phra-e The ruling was set (orth
bj Commissioner J Edward Conway alter an investigation conducted
by him on a complaint filed bj the American Jewish Congn
BALTIMORE JTA' Arnold ToyntsM, who was accused of anti-
Semitic leaning! because oi ins comments on Judaism and Zionism in
his massive "Stud] oi History," has told Rabbi Jacob Agus. in a letter.
that he intends f. reconsider a number of questions he dealt with in
his work, including Judaism The letter to Rabbi AgUS was a comment
on an article "Toynhee and Judaism.' bj Rabbi Anus in the fall Issue
Ol "Judaism." Mr Toynbee'l letter thanked Rabin Ayus for his com.
ment and said. "This kinrl of constructive criticism is. of course, not
only a help but also a call to go on thinking."
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) More than 3.000 persons ,,-tended I
rail) protesting Soviet amis shipments to Egypt and the threat
which this action POSOS to the State of Israel The rally, sponsored
bj the Zionist Organisation Oi Bracil and the Federation of Jewish
Institutions of Km de Janeiro, heard Prof Hermes Lima, a leader of
the Brazilian Socialist movement, and Dr. Aron Steinbruch. a deputy
in Parliament of the Labor Party,
Beth David Men's
Club Sets Concert
By Robert Merrill
Robert Merrill, top baritone of
the Metropolitan Optra, radio and
television, Will appear in concert
Jan 22 at Be'h David Congrega-
tion, Murray Baum. chairman of
the Men\ club, announced Wed-
nesday.
Now entering his nth season at
tin Metropolitan. Merrill has natg
leading roles in some 250 per-
formances for the diamond horse
hoe and on tour with the opera,
and is known to millions through
appearances on "Your Show of
Shows." Toast of the Town."
The Jack.e Qieasoa Show" and
other radio anil television pro-
grams His recordings for RCA
Victor range irom operatic arias
and albums to ol- Man River"
and the famOUS Yale "WhiffC
Song."
When Toseanini picked Merrill
in 1<(4 to snig the elder Germont
in his broadcast of "La Traviata."
he had heard the powerful bari-
tone .s voice and rich bel canto
stv la on radio and a recording,
but had never met him personally.
When Merrill arrived to go over
the part, the maestro was surpris
ed to sec not the mature man in
his forties whom he had expected,
but a youngster in his twenties.
Merrill's performance not only re-
assured the exacting conductor
WASHINGTON (JTA) Goi G Mermen Williams of Michigan has
Urged the adoption of the Lehman McNamara hill now before < ongreaS
to replace the McCarran-Walter Immigration and Nationality Act.
Williams told a Senate immigration subcommittee that the bill by
Sens I^ehman and McNamara would, among other things, eliminate j
the second class citizenship which the McCarran-Walter Act sets up. |
Williams said that present laws "affront many of our citizens and |
many foreign countries, including some of the best of our friends and j
allies."
BUENOS AIRES (WNS)Rabbi Amram Blum, whose role under
the Peron regime has been criticized by leaders of the community
here, was removed this week from the Rabbinical Council by the
presidium of the Jewish community on the grounds that he had not
complied with the terms of his duties.
LATtST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
JERUSALEM (JTA)Mordechai Bentov. Israels new Development
Minister, opened a tap and began the first controlled flow of oil from
Israel's first producing oil well, which was brought in during the High
Holidays earlier this year. At the ceremonies a representative of
I.apidoth Company, one of the two firms which had combined opera-
tions to bring in the well, announced that the first day's production
would be contributed to the voluntary arms for-defense fund.
TEL AVIV (JTA)Three synagogues function officially in the
city of Kiev, and there are many "minyanim" in private homes where
Jews gather daily to pray, it was reported by 74-year-old Gedaliah
Bronstein, upon his arrival here. A former "schochet" in Kiev, he was
one of the 19 elderly Jews from the Soviet Union who arrived via
Vienna after being permitted by the Moscow authorities to leave the
USSR and join their relatives in Lsrael.
HAIFA (JTA)A large audience consisting of government and
civic leaders, diplomatic officials and relatives of students attended
the festive commencement exercises in Haifa at which General Yaacov
Dori, president of the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, dis-
tributed diplomas to 223 engineers and architects, members of the
26th graduating class and declared the academic year open.
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Rirls' camp in the United States and an Anglican bishop was made
here this week by the Jewish Agency in a statement which said the
money had been earmarked for relief work. The contribution from
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Page 12 B ki<* ricrMtor? GLOBAL SHORTS NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS PARIS (JTA)—French government circle^ n\iilirmcd thai France hod shipped "OoragOfl" fighters, jets with a top ipMd of only 500 miles an hour, to Israel, but noted that Israel did not seem to be completely satfsflod with this deal because it had requested "Mystore fighters, capable of meeting the speeds of the Soviet MKI 19 tighten. Mean | while, reports from French sources assert that in addition to sanding Vampire jet fighters to Jordan, the British Government has sent "Meteor" jets to Syria. LONDON (WNS)—The Archbishop of Canterbury, haad "f the Church of England, will give a garden party at the Lambeth Palm OH the occasion of the celebration next year ot the tercentenary of the resettlement of Jews in England, it was diacloaad here by sponsors ot the celebration. The Lambeth Palme is the ArchMabop'l olinial rcM deuce STOCKHOLM (WNS)—A grant of 50.000 krowns. for allocation to the World OUT Union, was reported this ueek bj ;he Swedish Government in a communication to the ORT Committee here Third bn %  series of such grants, with the total reaching .'JBO.OOO krowns, the none) ito be used for the purchase oi machines and tools lor OUT schools abroad. however, but helped to make music history, for "La Traviata was the first of Toscaninis fsmous opera broadcasts that he was willIns to release for publication on records. In 1954 Toseanini again picked .Merrill for his last opera bio, id cast with the NBC Symphony "A Masked Ball." Friday, D, hr the D32\EL"5 him on ?our f g0lf ^ Tickets arc $5 *•, i!^ Mll <"" Seat HAMBURG (JTA i A new 'XKlton coastal freighter, the ".Unlit." was handed over to representatives oi the Israel Purchasing Mis in German) upon the satisfactory conclusion oi her trial run On behalf ol the Purchasing Mission, she was accepted from the Kremer shipyards in Elmshorn by Veahayahu Ann-, head of the Consular tion. A recently completed sister ship, the "AahkasDn," has already arrived in Haifa Both vessels will be operated by Zim-Shohan Lines VIENNA (WNSi Soviet Russia has relea-ed -Ml lormer Austrian policemen implicated in the slaying ol tenot thousands ..t Jews HM men were Included in a transport Of freed war criminals under the terms Of the Austrian Stale Treaty Though the men were aei oi involvement in the execution of thousands ot Jewish men. women and children in the cities ol Kolomea. Storvj. Drohohvc/ and Honshu, the Russian authorities turned them loos,, while simultaneously turnvet to Austria documents proving their guilt. ON TH E AMERICAN SCENE NEW YORK (WNS)The New York State Commission Vgainst Iicrimination has ruled thai %  New York state resort hotel advertising "Churches Nearby" has violated the state Lau kgainsl Discrimination and must discontinue the USB ol that phra-e The ruling was set (orth bj Commissioner J Edward Conway alter an investigation conducted by him on a complaint filed bj the American Jewish Congn BALTIMORE JTA' Arnold ToyntsM, who was accused of antiSemitic leaning! because oi ins comments on Judaism and Zionism in his massive "Stud] oi History," has told Rabbi Jacob Agus. in a letter. that he intends f.• reconsider a number of questions he dealt with in his work, including Judaism The letter to Rabbi AgUS was a comment on an article "Toynhee and Judaism.' bj Rabbi Anus in the fall Issue Ol "Judaism." Mr Toynbee'l letter thanked Rabin Ayus for his com. ment and said. "This kinrl of constructive criticism is. of course, not only a help but also a call to go on thinking." RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) More than 3.000 persons ,,-tended I rail) protesting Soviet amis shipments to Egypt and the threat which this action POSOS to the State of Israel The rally, sponsored bj the Zionist Organisation Oi Bracil and the Federation of Jewish Institutions of Km de Janeiro, heard Prof Hermes Lima, a leader of the Brazilian Socialist movement, and Dr. Aron Steinbruch. a deputy in Parliament of the Labor Party, Beth David Men's Club Sets Concert By Robert Merrill Robert Merrill, top baritone of the Metropolitan Optra, radio and television, Will appear in concert Jan 22 at Be'h David Congregation, Murray Baum. chairman of the Men\ club, announced Wednesday. Now entering his nth season at tin Metropolitan. Merrill has natg leading roles in some 250 performances for the diamond horse hoe and on tour with the opera, and is known to millions through appearances on "Your Show of Shows." Toast of the Town." The Jack.e Qieasoa Show" and other radio anil television programs His recordings for RCA Victor range irom operatic arias and albums to • ol Man River" and the famOUS Yale "WhiffC Song." When Toseanini picked Merrill in 1<(4 to snig the elder Germont in his broadcast of "La Traviata." he had heard the powerful baritone .s voice and rich bel canto stv la on radio and a recording, but had never met him personally. When Merrill arrived to go over the part, the maestro was surpris ed to sec not the mature man in his forties whom he had expected, but a youngster in his twenties. Merrill's performance not only reassured the exacting conductor WASHINGTON (JTA)— Goi G Mermen Williams of Michigan has Urged the adoption of the Lehman McNamara hill now before < ongreaS to replace the McCarran-Walter Immigration and Nationality Act. Williams told a Senate immigration subcommittee that the bill by Sens I^ehman and McNamara would, among other things, eliminate j the second class citizenship which the McCarran-Walter Act sets up. | Williams said that present laws "affront many of our citizens and | many foreign countries, including some of the best of our friends and j allies." BUENOS AIRES (WNS)—Rabbi Amram Blum, whose role under the Peron regime has been criticized by leaders of the community here, was removed this week from the Rabbinical Council by the presidium of the Jewish community on the grounds that he had not complied with the terms of his duties. LATtST WIRES FROM ISRAEL JERUSALEM (JTA)—Mordechai Bentov. Israels new Development Minister, opened a tap and began the first controlled flow of oil from Israel's first producing oil well, which was brought in during the High Holidays earlier this year. At the ceremonies a representative of I.apidoth Company, one of the two firms which had combined operations to bring in the well, announced that the first day's production would be contributed to the voluntary arms for-defense fund. TEL AVIV (JTA)—Three synagogues function officially in the city of Kiev, and there are many "minyanim" in private homes where Jews gather daily to pray, it was reported by 74-year-old Gedaliah Bronstein, upon his arrival here. A former "schochet" in Kiev, he was one of the 19 elderly Jews from the Soviet Union who arrived via Vienna after being permitted by the Moscow authorities to leave the USSR and join their relatives in Lsrael. HAIFA (JTA)—A large audience consisting of government and civic leaders, diplomatic officials and relatives of students attended the festive commencement exercises in Haifa at which General Yaacov Dori, president of the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, distributed diplomas to 223 engineers and architects, members of the 26th graduating class and declared the academic year open. Tower Tackle Co. 2197 N.W. 7th AVE., MIAMI 1008 N.E. 10th AVE. FT. LAUDERALE Top Quality Merchandise f f hrUtft lweif Priest FISHING TACKLE SKIN DIVING EQUIPMENT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ARCHERY "KH the I Thurmond family hai served < % In.nd.. aatthbon and the c.,n 4 n.unily .. bu.ldrr. of memorial. tn.lv rehrcprnutivc ol ,he l.v, I tbOSC who ban DMMd away JERUSALEM (WNS)—Disclosure of donations from a Baptist Rirls' camp in the United States and an Anglican bishop was made here this week by the Jewish Agency in a statement which said the money had been earmarked for relief work. The contribution from the American girls was in the sum of 500 Israeli pounds and was part of a sum collected for refugee relief throughout the world. away. THURMOND MONUMENT CO. Tfc# *-***r WMt BmUHmm M53 S.W. Ith St. n. U-024* MAIRERS $40.00 J l Cemetery Chart** \ OptmUmdmf, i 4 •*••"* !* Ret" 5 „„ ^ _A*I*^ earf**** O"*-* tC Bi Q.eflJ> lt8 \o' s x •i** 1 flVO^' % lV j t*TZ***F**** V \oO ate. DO YOU -* 41 \ i 111* MONEY? L K, Come in and sec us whenever you need monej for any reasonable pur Our Loan Department 4 act quickly and in strictr confidence. And. reme all Florida National loans are arranged at tow bank interest rales vih monthly payments scaled to Jit your budget. Loan Department 4th Floor y-:--^*^^^^.'--THE rLORIDA NATIONAL 1 AND TRUST COMPANY At Miami Alfred I. duPont Building M.mber, Federal Deposit ^S^SSfc** lcder.1 Reserve System. Florida N" 1 ^g Our Capital and Surplus in Ratio to Depo$ >^ Nfl Makes This One of the Strongest B^nksW



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n J Miami Beach's Dora Lavinson, who resides on Byron ave., until a while ago had 51 offspring— not counting eight daughters and one son Well, gracious Dora now has 52. The new arrival is the daughter of the Robert Su*sman$. lie's one of her grandsons. Dora's son, D*ve Levinson, one of the owners of Algiers, recently held a party for his mother in the hotel. After liner the celebrating group decided to transfer their festivities The Aladdin room, but Dave was afraid it might tire her. Indignant. Dora majestically drew herself up and announced ha d come prepared to stay up all night. "Afterall," she told D .v., I slept all day." The Nathan Safari, of 5360 La Gorce dr., welcomed daughter home last week from the University of Florida. Rom, who came to spend the holidays with her parents j, 4ing Alpha Epsiloo Phi sorority on the UF campus. She is being joined for the mid-semester vacation by Mi$ L|r* Berq, New Vork, a junior at Barnard College—just a Lge'j throw Irom Columbia and the "Roarin' Lion." Marilyn Marku, popular sophomore on the University of Miami dpu-. has a pleasant vacation in store for her. Parents Ruth and Harry Marku last week arrived from the L 0 f Brotli-iiy Love to spend the winter at the Sherry-Frontenac. Awardand Honors Dept: Marvin B. Slotkin has hem granted igttune res. arch fellowship by the United States Public Health nice. • Marvin's the son of the Mark Siotkint, of North Bay rd., who explainii to friends that the fellowship carries a stipend rned to help medical students explore the research field, fin expectto serve in the division of obstetrics and gyneWhile a retired Surfside couple are proud of their son. Dr. •jot Stlikoff, who recently received the Lasker Award, one of !highest in the medical profession, for his discovery of a treat it for tubi r< ulosis. They are Mr. and Mrs. Aba Selikoff, of 9512 Collins ave who lily conic-that they "don't understand too well" son Irving's 1 technique. Aba's a retired hat manufacturer from Port Chester. N V I u on the board of North Shore Jewish Center. dinner and dance time for 350 guests of the Morris jrg$ it week in Morris' own Sans Souei hotel The resplendent affair was in honor of son Leonard's Bar rnh. who received countless admiring glances as he danced life 83-year-old great-grandmother. Mrs. Flora Mayne. >>>CCCC aWton Altheimer, president of one of the largest sales proinoi firm in Chicago—and a Windy City it is these days—rarely Vending the holidays at the Saxony. This year is no exception, and he and wife Reena will be talc|in Miami Beach'a welcome tropical sunshine for the next I weeks. Son Allen joined them Friday. Tropical Park's Saul Silberman now has a nickname—Little lMan For the third consecutive year, Saul will donate an autoUetothe Polio Ball come February. The nkkname was bestowed upon him by Saul's doting emotes The oilier day. when his hunch at the track paid off omely, Saul gave the winnings back to them. So, now he Uing called Little Iron What-a-Guy. Ireland's top thespians. the Dublin Players, will give Shaw's alion Keh 13 in Barry College auditorium. On the patrons committee welcoming the noted actors is %  S ydnty (Claire) Weintraub, whose famous Mothers March on here will shortly be emulated in similar women's drives "Shout the nation. laron d Hirsch Meyer is among members of the arrangements yttee in preparation for the Feb. 13 event. >>>n at Newcomb. Houseguest here with her 14 ^"* H *"'* of New Orleans, a Newcomb junior. JJf Julius Stligmans, of Lenox ave., are back with daughter "^rom a month's visit in Washington. ""'• was graduated in June from the University of Wis• wilege ,,i commerce. She's now an accountant in the 'capital. >>>> m a discussion of the Festival of the Lights. A w oman s TJUorlJ %  ^J%lb-JEIIiDiciidliigun MIAMI. FLORIDA Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae and members of the active DPhiE chapter on the University ol Miami campus plan for future functions. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Nathan Zwitman, vice president of the Alumnae; Barbara Lepselter, treasurer of the' active chapter; Edna May Levine, active chapter president; Mrs. Robert Smith. Alumnae president; Eleanor Baskin, active chapter pledge mother; and Mrs. Ernest Harris, Pan Hellenic advisor. DPhiE Alumnae See Busy Social Season rty women in the Greater Miami area arc "recuperating" from a "Dolls and Guys" drag the) held Sunday night at the home of Mrs. Benjamin Werner. 12G5 llariola et.. Coral Gables. Bui they are also earnestly looking forward to several other significant functions during the coming months—functions which often help the needy here and throughout the nation. They are the women of Delta Phi Kpsilon Alumnae Association—an organization whose members have not lost contact with one another alter graduation from 23 college campuses in the United States and Canada, where DPhieE sorority has established chapters. The local association, headed by Mrs. Robert Smith. 5712 SW 77th ter., as president, at this point is making plans for an afternoon function on Dec. 27 at the home of Mrs. Leonard Friedland, 6531 Allison rd. This annual affair will play host to vacationing DPhiE's in the Greater Miami area. Generally, some sixty women get together for Continued on Page 5 B ALPHA EPSILON PHI ALUMS WILL HOT BE OUTDONE Annual Luncheon Scheduled by Sorority Women Here [ asase^ rv "ichfc! service trophies are presented to Miami chairD,S Tth1955 UmTed Cerebral Palsy Tag Day. Mrs. Claire men of the 1955 unite ^^ Women 8 ^ Aden Gussow (cenjerh P e ^ en < Hodes (Wt) and M,, makes the presentatic^o M^ ^ ^ Ho des KS£E halved as chaumen for the Kianu aiodAlpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association will hold their eleventh annual holiday luncheon at noon on Wednesday, Dec. 28. in the Fleur de Lis room of the Foun. tainebleau hotel, announces Mrs. David Rifas, chairman of the event. Program, to be introduced by Mrs. Alex Alvin, consists of a fashion show presented by the Florence Lustig shop of the Fountainebleau. Commentator will be Murray Schlamm. Mrs. Jack Levkoff will play the musical accompaniment. A skit, directed by Mrs. Phil Schiff, will have as its cast Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Mrs. Theodore Berman, Mrs. Howard Hirsch, Mrs. Fred Atlas, Mrs. Martin Samuels, Mrs. Arnold Simon and Mrs. Sol Hirsch. Active members of AEPhi from the University of Miami will model gowns in the fashion show. They are Miss Janet Lazarus, Miss Rhoda Berman, Miss Denise Strier, Mis Paula Weinstein, Miss Barbara Shapro, Miss Barbara Cohen, Continued on Page S B % ii ,. J



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Page 4 A 9>Jenist>flor*&M IllffY^ecemb*. vJewistiMeridian Published avary Friday tinea 1927 by tha Jawlih Fioridian at 120 N. E Sixth Straat, Miami 1. Florida. Entered aa second-class matter July 4. 1930. at tha Pott Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March S, 187S. The Jewish Fioridian hai absorbed the Jewish Unity • nd the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele, graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newa Service. National Editorial Association. American Association of English.Jewish Newspapers, Florida Frees Association. ^^^^ FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 Th i..|.h Florl.llan d<>es nnt guarantee the Kaabruth^thrmerchandi.r .lvrr,l~,l In it. column.. IUIIC ; ; F T One Year M-00 ON n A T %  • Tw Vaar* •t.Oa Teveth 8, 5716 Volume 29 Number 51 Friday, December 23.1955 Eden Shows His True Arab Colors British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden took Tip the Arab line when he recommended "border adjustments" for Israeli territory in his second bid to act as mediator in the Near East. The cry for "border adjustments" is as old can not expect to be rewarded for cowardice and baby tears with the return of the stakes on which they gambled. Up until now, the British have remained silent about their own losses. Now, Sir Anthony has chosen to break British silence by as the Arab League's defeat in the War of taking up the Arab cry for cession. It was gratifying this week to note that Members of Parliament roundly censured Sir Anthony for hia "border adjustment" recommendation. The British Prime Minister is trying to mend his personal fences in the Near East—but he will not do so at the expense of Israel. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett, we feel, has answered Sir Anthony well. Mr. Sharett said that Israel might be willing to consider adjustments in the nature of concessions to the Arabs providing Arab leaden are genuinely interested in working toward a lasting Near East peace. But. he said, there is a vast difference between concessions and cessions. That is something for Sir Anthony and his Arab cronies to think about. Liberation. When the United Nations decided on partition for Palestine. Britain encouraged the Arabs to reject the plan and principally armed Egypt for a military showdown. Acting the mighty hero, British forces moved northward out of Israel with the full knowledge that the Arab League would attack the days-old Jewish republic from the south and west. The British movement was slow for one clear reason; their Foreign Office expected Israel to be crushed in a matter of hours. The British plan anticipated the UN's rapid recall of their forces "to restore order" in the area. This would have meant the death of the Zionist dream and the possible return of Great Britain to control of a new Palestine mandate. The British gamble for power in the Near East and the defeat of the Arabs resulted in the signing of an Armistice Agreement between Israel and the Arab nations—an agreement which added a significant amount of territory to Israel's domain beyond that initially agreed upon in the partition plan. Ever since that time, the Arabs have refused to make permanent peace. Conveniently forgetting that they were defeated in a war they had initiated, the Arabs have flaunted the Armistice Agreements, exploited a trumped up "refugee issue" and called upon the world to censure "aggressive" Israel. The cry has been that peace will not be concluded in the Near East until the territories "seized" by the Jewish State in the War of Liberation are returned to the Arabs. Just about every responsible leader in the United Nations sees through this sham demand. These leaders recognize that cession of territory will at beet Durina The Week .A %  y LEO MINDLIN 1 S The problem of religious instruction in th. seems to be getting out of hand those days i, J, T, scbo l believe that the current Chanuka-Christmas WT^AV. be m "^ problem and that it will subside in a short period of U *"**! The Incursion of religious Instruction in the soh .*' slow but sure process. Principally at fault are th ** ; speak out against it. The opportunity is | on ,,„„ IT who fj on the knuckles of furtive proselytizers might have !"/ ^ we are now faced with a malignant growth, whose into the vital centers of public education. roots reach Dr. Judah Pilch Visits Miami The arrival here of personalities who are nationally known educators is always a noteworthy event. When such personalities come to Miami to participate in the programs of a Jewish community agency, it indicates the extent to which this area has grown over the years. We refer, of course, to the visit last week of Dr. Judah Pilch, executive director of the American Association for Jewish Education. Dr. Pilch was guest speaker at several functions sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education here. Those who heard Dr. Pilch discussing present trends in Jewish education in America came away with a clear understanding of th,* Jewish problems confronting Jewish communities bring temporary Arab recognition of Israel bethroughout our nation today as they move to fore the ^ Arab countries again begin stirring meet the challenge of instructing their young up trouble in the Near East. Israel won this territory with the blood of its youth. If the Arabs want to forget that they began the war that is their business. But they Ambassador Eban Will Give Us a Crisis Report Israel Ambassador Abba Eban will be In Miami Wednesday evening to apprise local leaders of the crisis situation currently existing in the Near East. The Ambassador's arrival here sharply emphasizes the role Miami can play in supporting the Jewish State during this present emergency. Mr. Eban will explain to Combined Jewish Appeal leaders the need for this area wholeheartedly to accept its $375,000 share of a 525,000.000 national UJA crisis fund, as well as fully to achieve its 1956 CJA goal. Jordan rioters this week participated in a shameful anti-American demonstration, stoning official U.S. buildings there and tearing down and desecrating the American flag. This Arab nation is a virtual British puppet, receiving some S21,000,000 annually from London in order to continue its poverty-stricken and diseaseridden existence. Yet British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden continues in his Munich-like desire to "mediate" between Israel and the Arabs, with the secret hope of obtaining a British-controlled corridor through the southern Negev. (See BULLETINS. Pg. 1 A.) The times are indeed desperate for the Jewish State today, and Ambassador Eban will bring something of this tense situation to Miamians Wednesday so thai they can better equip themselves to participate in the Combined Jewish Appeal's challenging days ahead. in the heritage of Judaism. The Bureau of Jewish Education in Miami has performed a noteworthy service in bringing Dr. Pilch's message to residents of this area. It is through such open discussions that we best resolve the problems confronting us— whether in education or in any other field of community endeavor. ef"??i Nor is this distorted religiosity a singular product r rural areas, where faith rolls like a juggernaut over the • rights of the individual citizen and bran.!, the nnoon^ religious instruction, via economic and social hovcott L atheist— or even worse. On Nov. 13 last. Florence S BesT H ciate Superintendent of Schools in New York r.ty'banmlnilH reUgioa symbols such as crosses, candles and stars f servances of Christmas and Chanuka. The ban also include tion against combined Chanuka-Christmas celebrations beeauaT. holidays are not related. "*' This is indicative of the fervent force behind the mover. surely, one would not expect the problem to arise in so vast politan area, where religious beliefs are man v. and provincu' presumably at a minimum. But Florence Beaumont \ ban unfa ly raises a more pivotal question' with which the Jewish con is intimately identified. Her decision to do away with bols. as well as with joint celebrations of Chanuka and~Chrj emphasizes the woefully inadequate means upon which Jews w combat the incursion of religious education in the public school i Clearly, the argument has been this: If Christianity is ren in the schools, then we must also guarantee the represent^. Judaism there. The result has been a kind of Chanuka obsem not only in New York City schools but wherever sizeable Jei munities exist—which only remotely expresses the spirit, and symbolism of the Feast of Lights. • • • a • WE SEEK TO ENTER THE COMPETITION The eager depression of Chanuka. the distortion of this Jewish holiday, the aping of the Christmas season which does i motely relate to it—these are the least of the ill effects of, bid to proselytiie. The worst of the sins is that the Jewish con has accepted the responsibility of by-passing an infraction of its 1 stitutional right to a public school system without sectanan and has, instead, chosen to add to the murky atmosphere of sta religious partisanship. In doing this, Jews throughout the nation are contributing! steady weakening of legal battles in process against the encroach of dogmatic religion on the schools. Now. the principal argu vanced by proponents of religious instruction in the public if they deign to offer any argument whatsoever has been need of the time calls for spiritual enlightenment. The need ii| sumably equated with communism, juvenile delinquency and and sundry other socio-economic diseases plaguing modern maj for the Jew as a member of a minority group fearlessly to ch this position. For one thing, man's philosophic horizons have long since i the belief that the cure for such diseases lies in dogmatic faith] more important: A free society does not impose uniform dortna its citizens as a means of dealing with social maladies. The (a imposition of religious training is therefore no panacea for ra communism but an aspect of communism, itself— or. indeed, a totalitarian system. Thus, righteously to presuppose that religio struction in the public schools will turn American youth awayj communism or juvenile delinquency is to be naive at best andir zealot at worst. If Jews expect to enter into this reactionary conspiracy enlightenment—and their means of countering Christmas '< %  • is an example—they will find themselves, as a fractional groupj untenable position of having to succumb to the plethora oi propaganda even as they feebly hope for -acceptance oi a portion of their own. WEASEL WORDS OBSCURE THE PROBLEM J In addition to the fact that such a zealots field rta >JVT souls of innocent children incapable of defending them*Mr the historic cruelties of the proselytizer will mean the %  coiiap* traditional principles of separation of church and u: schools, it will also spell the end of the modern d c or ^ ll inculcate in his students moral systems based totally on ~ tU C The suggestion that there are no ethics-no moraUJJ-J' philosophy is repugnant to .11 'ree-th.nk.ng indiudual society. This suggestion has kMJ£*£* 2ffS3 centuries. To intimidate children in the public scfto_. j j even as men were once intimidated by it-'w f|t m progress around counterclockwise. That Jews no* se pattern is dangerous in the extreme. Tex The Bible study course published by the n-iir.^ B school system is a case in point. Authorized >> "> ^ ^ Education as Bulletin No. 150. the course '^ d< "F Bible. V* troversial questions by emphasizing the swayj inte rpretatK leaving teachers and pupils free to put their own mte the passages studied." (Page III) school* This is reminiscent of Florida Superintendent of^ ^ o D. Bailey's recent explanation to opponents oi ^.^tober religious education in the school system here. J hcfe f harg' %  aid, by way of amplifying on his (:odless .,„ i n not religio 11 Florida practice will be to teach "about religion hsUndin g The Dallas Board of Education P'"""^ Ul n n study of Bible, itself"), one finds this Cbriatinn onen ^ th ductory lesson: "Realizing these truths """"'"'^een tnfl Hebrews), it will be easy for you to span Uie,jreaw ^^ that they have given us through the Old Testanw ^ of a personal God and a living chr,st (Pag un ,f,ed in ne there are 66 books in this one volume, they an ^ of ti d Christ, whose coming was prophesied in ISN Testament." ..amole sk,: A question for study on Page 13. as an an, P JoseP h dents related in the following references %  ^* and on. the the ifrS HOPE Hi GOES Off THE JUMf0 TR AIL what Chrut-hke qualities?" And one could go n __and, -, These extracts point out clearly what can. n w^^ has happened in Dallas and in other large A tfd to invr wfcesj once the spectre of religious dogma u> v? JeW|SB c ontf public school system. In this regard. B m ;^ eXC sse s of as a minority group well acquainted witn in* Continued en Peg* A



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rwa mber 23, IS 1955 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITOR* 2 J V2f !" JUDGES?^ IN AND FOR DADF. OURT COUNTY, LILLIAN SYLVIA IA I: I: |; | : To AM cn ,"' • i. ami m | it ..r y.i-i. i I a Tr f fif*rrrirft]iii LEGAL NOTICE cS.N^^^-^^OR'lO.-g I HAWKK8WORTH, Defend.., Page 11B THE AND I.. SUIT r of nivnQ/< r 'OR DIVORCE /Hicnae/ Soisin issin Apointed >tel Executive chad SOS.MII, well known in count> business and fraternities, has become the new jiini-trator and executive rllrec. 0 f the Boulevard hotel, with r _.i designed to offer home livit nominal cos! to senior citiBoulovar.l hotel, operated j, nnr basis, achieved (ional acclaim ;f the Miami Bh Lodge ol B'nai B'rith and member of Elks Lodge No. H. He ialso a member of the l League i Miami Beach and fraternal and community organization-. LEGAL NOTICE '"' i ih. i •aimwill I.. 1..ii i %  I >MI.i % %  %  : in HELEN rK.il v w I i and i ,,f i.n.i.i w svi.\ i \ iVRBER, MYERS, ill IM \\ | K U >| Ait.,i n) %  foi Ex< IS/9 %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 36728 A In Re: EKTATE "I SOPHIE ROTH, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'r. .Mi..i. .11.1 Ui |>, ,,! Having Claim* or I >• m.m-l Eala I V.iu. anil ..nli of notified anil required lo p i claims a nd demand in. h j ou oi either of i in, palate of BOPHlE Knrii late <>f I>;nl. County, Florida, : %  the Honorable County Judaea of i>.i.i.County, an.I ri 1 •the name in ihelr Offices In the County Courthoui Ilaric County, Florida, within i-laln calendar in. .nthin.ni in. date ..f thf flrat publication hereof Bald i-lalmi or iicinamii Main the lesal adIII."M of the claimant and t.. b. to a nd i'i. aented %  will l>e barrod, Bee B< the isi". Probate Act. Kate December K A.P l!'5.V EDWARD iti-TII AN Ex.ill." ..I Hi. I..i-i Will and Testament ..f BOPHlE RoTH. I • %  REDER I \. %  utor LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS • n ill "*t c.. ur „, EiiXl r c "'" il Mirt i; :*:ao v Ulaml %  [NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IIEKKIIY GIVEN that ^aaraatn. Int. to emraare In la name of RRIMII \\|. SODA BHOP, fBt GiraMii I'oral liable*. Intend in legrlHter eaiil name i ih cit k •' thi .'u. ult Court of I County. Kli • • i i %  -. M ; i : I MYltA PtMlRIj MOKRIN III.I'M I I V BLUM I > %  ''•• [NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  TICE is IIEKKIIY GIVEN tliat IIIK l<> .nna> 'n tloua ii.iiii.,.r It RK a Prmlria I ."! Ida, ml. ml • A HI, the <"i.i k 'i .ui.County, BAII W \ \SIIKK SARAH r N \HHKR ihi .nil! .. ..111 Ml: IWTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS \m,-v NAWE LAV i Y OIVBN that ',; <" ">anc In ua ii B %  Mi.ltTii MiK COM; ireat, Miami, %  -..ni i, .in.. I L|_ IIM.AM "TICE UNDtH FICTITIOUS T „... 1 "*ME LAW l*avr.,,? GIVEN that teu -<>• In Uu.: n ''' name ..f I ..mi. Eta In, • with the lH.de %  •, in.-r •TICE LAD iTIOUS NAME LAW OIVBN • n • n..f i i'i. i. %  • ..f Had.Bi I.I:K Dartd U.i". j R ^CT.T.OU. in., "I 1 %  -.,i-. .. i nlk 5j M l,| Xlaml, Kta. A. M. Attorney fur 1I 'J-1-M-3Q CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I Al.l. T'> WllnM THESE I'RESENTI SHALL '"Mi:. GREETINGS Win ABRAHAM BKROTKIX. MIAMI FLORIDA FRANCIM K TRAPMAN MIAMI II.IIKII'A ESTHER SEROTKIX. MIAMI I LORIPA illil on the Jlth .( al h. ATI, !!:,*. caunc t.. i" under thiprovllona "f i Rtatutee. I'MI. INVESTMENT l*<>. it|ii In. ii'.il lila.-e. .f I.UI.III-— •' Miami, iMde ruunty. In the Btat. f Plorlda whcreaH thr Btochhuhti Hon 'li.l on he ltli dn> of Dccember, AH In the 'iff!., of Ihi of the Blate of l! '" "' all the atookholdi %  ind-r ih^loiix ol yald Pliantei %  Statutes, allowing the dlaaolutlon ol mich i-oriioiatloii Now, therefore. Ihi State doea hen b) %  tlfy f the Kolna ami that he Iwitlafle.1 requlrementa -.f la have been """'•""';N W W .TM:SS WHEREOF I ha\. hi n untn -• mv h.m.l and hava .iffix.il thi .1 of Hi" al T:illahi-v. ill thla the SIM-' "' V I I8F.A1.I 12 :' -T %  ".• %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THfc ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D OE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No .85814 CHARLES \ HKNSK I i it J.IAN !• %  i:i-:N.-i: i,. -. in' '-' SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO I.II.1.1 v\ i. HKNSK, ,.r .-,.„ i.UIni foi filed ajtalnal vou. and %  lint; to the Kill of i oi the plaintiff!. Ati P\IN or Pieadlna Ii ihof the Circuit 3rd da\ of lantiai •rill %  icllcl Itlh .i\ • xl ^THBRMAN. Cl< -,. HENRY M CAIN %  NAME LAW NOTICE I H" Si Mi. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW """• w ,1 r la Court of l%d. '^'."jAFFK it/t-i-ia i i, %  i • Mian i. 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Pa ge 6 B +JmisiJbrt0t*JL ^=5^5lJk2kr23. I in Beth David 22 The bride's dress had %  b I I : i Her < train was <>i and Friends are welcoming the news that Dr. n d M !" u of Mountain Home. Tenn.. will be in town for a week i T*" Hyroan will be joined by daughter Dorothy and h?.r\ >'"• *"* h W.in,t.n, Jr. Also in the "party will he vounir HIS* %  and husband Eug.n. Gondlin. nRcr dau 8hte r *„ The Junior Wolnstains expect to stay with his folk. r. Philip Wainsrnin, 1516 SW 12th st. Tho Gandiins will v "* ^ with the Unbars at 2831 Prairie ave. ... n u *gu ei j| New Year's day will mean the end of festivities: t n friends. Dorothy and Phil fly back to St. Louis at that ,L lly %  and Gono will be off In chicaso. ume hi Lovely attorney Doris Wainttain, 4122 Collins ave ha elected secretary ot the Tulane Alumni As .,-,,,„ ,,, South 1 K A member of the law firm of Weinstem. Wein.xtcin and UYin t" received her AB degree from Sophie Newcomb <-llee 0 f TiM**" 1 '' the LLB degree at the University of Miami Dor. s ; i/'J* 4 eommiiieew iman from Miami Beach. SOCIALITES AMONG flBST-NIGHTUS HOMECOMING Bride Becomes Mrs. in Double Kii Bites a! Beth David • i David s to i I The bride Is the Mr, man, is the fh< two wl i imo, I I Ill i d Mr" are! I %  nil ,1 School and will her degi ee fr n the I i I e,IllMrs. Sh*ppord Matmrek Old Forge ftnt-nighters 1 k included Polly and Biren Hirtch Mayor, of Star Island. Mends gin ; -, ,| them chattel Beech socialite Mr*. Sana Waxnl. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kati of H SW 82nd st are proud of the arrival ol thi Anno, who joins her four-year-old brother :.indpai are the Hyman Sootins, of Miami. Al Arrival hi hler born to Dr. and Mra. Malvln Levinson p a (, grandparents are the Louis Lnvinsonv 1!MI; Expected from G lie and the I Florida ceaj pend the holidays with his parents is Alan M. Rosenthal. I F l'le-lmi.m'.s the son of the Fradric Rovtnthals, 83u Michigaaj While Mi** Haiant Soidnor, a scholarship ,,hi and Miss Dotoorah Soidnnr, a University of Florida -indent, weflfl tamed at the homo of their aunt and uncli Rev. and Mr*. Jictkj Kati, Friday evening in celebration of Chanuka ir home from school. Thej are the daughters of Mr*. Gertrude Soidner,] Flamingo Wa> on a Bi ii, g OWn v i in F< bruarj Shi \a %  mem'i chantillj I'hi Epsilon sorority printed hand sleeves she lire I tiara crown with I' \eil. %  : man was Mr Dave Berman i ers were i > afeister, Harberl %  ii. Aim rl Steinberg, i red iiinan and Sheldon Rosen itron ol honor was the hr Mrs Sandra Rosenfield, unaid was her lister, %  Fleishman. Her brideamatdi i; i elle Segal, sieiia Rosen Steinberg and Bvel] n Steinbei lira Bydell Berman ki: t the guestbook Out-of-town gueatl included Mr MiMorris Brennan. Long Island: Jacob Newman, grandfath er of the bride from New York Dr. and Mrs Aaron Steinberg and daughters, from Wai hmgton. D.I The groom is a CPA. associated with the builders of Cutler Ridge. The bride is a first grade teacher at Flagami Elementary School. After a honeymoon trip to Nassau the couple will reside at 954 SW 36th ct. Kappa I> Haw tat*. M ysors ssporiaaco. Froa cooIM Italian-by oapaiatsMl. 1134 listcola Urn tea* l '*•"• JE •••111. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC MEL RELIABLE DAY WORKER! A-l Employim Service 17 M.L 5th St. PH. AL MEIDENBERO. OW VorsMr-Kaaai Mrs. Ira Set-/ Joan Kandcl Weds On Groom's Birthdav A double celebration took place Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Kandel of Saturday for Joan Kandel and 995 Nortn Venetian dr.. Miami Stanley Wort on. The\ were mar„ — .. ... ... .. Beach. The bridegroom is the son ned on the bridegroom 1 birthdav at the Kssex House in New York of Mrs. Ruth Worton of New York. Now Open Hair Fashions by Tena-Kay The bride is the daughter of 8 SuAfJuAt -faMvHU the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •reg. U.S. pat. off. MMMI MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDAIE WEST PAIM BEACH so easy to buy with your MORRIS BROS/ tjpvolt'ing Charge Acvount pay nothing down ... 1/3 your balance each month and NO CARRYING CHARGE MORRIS BROS. Joan wore white lace with a long train. V-neck, long sleeves. Her fingertip veil fe+l from a crown. She wore her mother's pearls and carried a Bible covered with white orchids Maid of honor, dressed in pink, was Phyllis Kandel. the bride's sister Other attendants were Florence Worton, the bridegroom's sister, and F.lis< Bob Stemmuller was best man. I'shers were Lennie Axelrad and Phil HoNtein Tha eoupie remained in New York for four day* and then Hew to Kurope. They will reside in Basel, Switzerland after Dec. 22. where the brideKHKnn is attending medical school. 1460 WASHING TON AVE. This is Our Opening Speciol This Week: Helene Curtis Permanent Complete $5 Clairoil $2.50, Set $1 Wftl CALL JE IM Wash & Set $1.50 A-l OPERATORS ONLY 70 L FIA61E1 PHONE 82-4641 i < 4 Interiors > % %  v-~v%  ^/*"V" *V^'" AT by 0 R I E I Distinctive Furnishing* •41 N.E. 125th Strttt North Miami. Flo. Ph. PI 9-0241 A imiQUt HOLIDAY am A COOT SI or TUATAMHTS IIOIIV TONE MASSA*K H AMM I starothy L J—s. thjr. **** l fc3T3 > s 132 Mbaorca Ava., Carol Oohlos 11 Moated ar Air CaoM as tha Wt.tb.r Deawa* MOUSE Of PICTtmS [-"rg* Selection of Fine Print* — Oils Engravmot Modern Traditional Framed Unframed Picture Framing — Dry Mounting Tiiimt P" M 5"• F>H til p m 4237 Biscayaa BI... ffc. M-*|U 33S S.W. 12lh Ava. wlaafrhsi aa ph 2S437 sos" Mi UO AUEN, bWar rhj ^ Car* ra fha IMarlr *-*• cknm _Z 2^



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December 23, Igjtt Ahmmae Eye Crowded Calendar as MevT^rljnSids ,..^i., Pi R was e-tal,i,-hed i BB .. vm VH Page 5B Continued from Pae 1 B ion hut Toby Friedland is not making her EMOU '"" inflW so far as R"' %  2 \ international convention of the -,|lnH.; in Washington, IK'., on the very L_hit;hl:..ht of which is a reception at the visiting DPhiE's than wa j wP 'H crrtainly understand ner, 810 NW 84th ler i h -Dolls and Guys" drag. umnao association here curlition to Mrs. Smith. 5 Ho SW 2nd vice UHMJ Bay dr., second lin, 900 N.E. 172nd Jt ,,' r ivvrence Zafce, 735 84th nt., •id William Ran... 1 are i forward to several i ',(,,, i lar. On Jan. 9. MrH •, ein 45lu North Michigan, will be ho ,, ,( auction and white elephant sale. |W yi larked to Delta 1'hi ipaiion'a „ n tin rsity of Florida campus, which was aotablished last year • %  0 Mar 7 Z d ta th While the inch when I;,,,.,.,, (M^T* and n, of the sorority. f lh Club ,, Bul afterdate •it beginning. support ol • %  the ,„v ,:,„,„ inci< tho Ainmn.. ol ti numlMn continue ,„ commu, I Israel Congregation i Second Yearly Banquet Israel ngiegalion will jaicond annual banquet on r evening. January 15. at the hotel. M rris Wemstein. lent of the I m^regation, anl tail i i H. pwiUottman will be lostalled as spiritual fof the congregation at this at speaker ol the evening Rabbi Oscar Z. Fasman. s t of the Hebrew Theologipllege of • ibi Fisman was recently an !i : rary Doctor of b Atii! \ eshiva UniTV, OTCORP fura IN mt rog m H otmm AEPhi Alumnae Gifts Cheer Children set and record player last week. wM^SSSS &! in J\ m for *• h l,,l: '> MMon t he cWWren squealed with delight when holiday songs and nursery tunes were nlaved for them by the Jewish ladles who presented then, with the 'u. "This exemplifies the wonderful spirit of brotherhood, especially at a time when our people are facing the crucial issue ol *ion" said Mrs; A. Ponder, supervisor of the nursery, "and demonstrates to us that Alpha hpsilon Phi sorority truly has a heart thai is warm and magnanimous." Funds for this gif| were raised by the sororitj al a card party. of which Mrs. Jean C. Lehman was chairman. Mrs Marvin A. Zank is ptosident of the a'unmae group. Last year, while acting each month as "birthday ladies" at the nursery, the AEPM group noticed the need for additional equipment. and so the TV set and record player gift is the culmination ol this i' I i Mrs. A. Ponder, supervisor cf the James E. Scott Nursery for Colored Children, receives TV set and record player from Mrs. Marvin Zank and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, of Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association of Greater Miami. philanthropic project thusfar. Other projects are on the agenda. On Tuesday last week, the alumnae group held their regular monthly meeting at the Granada blvd. home of Mrs. Stanley C. Mvers. where chief business was the formation of plans for the annual holiday luncheon which is to take place at the Fontainebleau hotel Dec. 28. ion Show Social Marks AEPhi Alum's Annual Affair ifirued from Poo* 1 B K Stem MisElaine M. V\ lein, patroness rity. will deliver the on. After Mrs Ritas' in cn of Ml Marvin Zank Jean Lehman, they the president's Bstt> Mountain Valley is Recommended r... T HE KIDNEYS rf you art bothered with your kidneys aed this is due to reduced kidney function causes' by such common causes as improper I diet, "after 40 slew |dow.i or over-exerItien, this natural mieItral water from Net [Springs, Arkansas, I My help to: |1. Stimulate the Kidneys. 2. Neutraliie oicess I uric acidity. 3. Discharge wastes. W FOUNTAIN VALLEY I** T ER TO THE TEST 0B '"'-'i. Table Water GOOD ADVICE: [•^tomi may be orQ.nic.lly CALl FR 3-2484 | 1 *-St., Miami, Fla. %  V alley Water Ce. H E ^ TH ^ S T P A SPR,NOS sage and the roll call, respectively About 200 women are anticipated at the luncheon The affair is open to all AEPhi's and their guests. Reservations have been received from Hollywood and Ft. I aaderdale, as well as other parts f South Florida Members ol Mpha Epsilon Phi sorority who are visiting in Miam of the United st ite set aside this day to have luncheon with the Greater Miami alumnae. Dixie Picture Frame Co. 3540 N.W. 54th St. Florida's Largest Wholesale Manufacturer of Picture Frames. Moldings and Framed Pictures I., Phono NE 5-1241 from all parts traditionally Also serving on the luncheon committee are Mrs, Jess Spirer, MrSan;,: .: and Mr uei Kohlenberg, in charge reservations. Mrs. Arthur Clark will direct the decorating of tables. Hostess,-in the afternoon consist "i Mrs. Julian Newbauer, Mrs Burton Engels, Mrs, Harold emence Levy. PLAY GOLF MIAMI COUNTRY CLUB 1345 N.W. 11th ST. GREEN FEES 2.00 WEEKDAYS 3.00 SAT. SUN. HOYD WADKINS Professf'onol TE LONG ••....Contralto fift ?, d SINC C'5 ? 3rd Co rt *t9n 51 2I0 [ l0 Leak? Coll Victor Conn J? %  '"Mir it • ._>. to 8-5274 DIKING ROOM Elegant Dining bi the Continental Mannei personally supervised by Ren4 Black /*""' | mm: it MUI ^ fontaineblcauj ui :• iid Co* M teooei j B/Ooshf wWa Mosh! (SUPER SMACK) TASTE...SO CRISP IT CRACKLES! iK^Riie 0 1 j Jersey Charlie's RESTAURANT SYRIAN AND KOSHER FOOOS OUR SPICIAITY All Syrian Patiriet baksd in better on premises. We e only Primt Kosher iamb I Beef. OPEN 24 HOURS •A SANDWICH 70 A MMsW" 181 Sunny Isles Blvd. Ph. 816-9419 ...byMANISCHEWITZ 'The Greatest Name in Kosher Foods!" You'll fall in love with their real rye tang because no other matzo you"ve ever tasted tastes like Nosh O'Rye! Spread 'cm with cht-csc ... with whatever you please — they're the liveliest snack in town! ... THE ALL NEW TRUE RYE MATZO CRACKER! LOOK FOR NOSH O'RYE AT YOUR GROCER'S NOW! w IH Vat thv Villain? Read what heart specialists say about it in the Nov. 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lycembar 23, 1955 jid Sales Soar [st $631,000 Mark n ( State "I I>r acl Bonds for *!jed |w>t the SS31.000 mark "Sesday. Greater Minim Jan Jacob Sher announced. *Lrc represents an increase [j6 per cenl above the entire itotal. be said. L.300 vnlimt-T workers conI t0 pri ((.Iloction-solici„, ctmpaiRn for Israel Bond C-ej prior to the end of the noted that some $80,r jn (|1|l c.mmitmcnts M allow the yeart |Oftl of (5,000 to be reached. ', s pitc "i the grave crisis in w received encouraging nomic news on one front this the chairman reported I 300 barrels <>f oil daily are being produced by Israel's | W C II In the northern Ncgev." %  |. being -hipped to Haifa jjlentlv. and refining will get within the next month, bprocesses ol producing, transiting and refining the oil all i jiy on continued bond i oi the principal BOtircuu'ch madi tl e historic strikes I ifflec al • i .-ill (.i uiantl 'the deadnroll aa Guar[. 1955. Individminimus elicited for thi l*i*!>norfdito„ Testimonial Dinner for Mrs. Weilins To Mark Youth Convention Dec. 26-30 Page 3 A 'onlal dinner to Mr. A '•'"' k Weilins, paal DfaSS 5 BTith grand lodge • *"". ""I 'Umax the id a I na, B'rith y6uth conven """ al amp Owai : |j ar • | 1 from Dec 26 to 3* i, A. Friedman, National Commissioner, and lira Joseph Bermann Friedman will in tall the Aleph Zadik Aleph and Mrs, Bermann, the B'nai B'rith Girls. ta who will participate in "mounted by Joan Siegel and '"'"" ,lay cvcnt in < l"''<' Bydney Henrj Schmerer, co-chairmen for A,llor n ri *> State BBYO ehairMax Boderman Boderman Elected To Bank Board The election of Max Boderman to the board ol director Ol Miami h\ newest hank. Ill" Bank ol Miami Bead announced Wed nesday by chairman Bi n I baum. Boderman i-treasurer pfc Cmanu-el and a M i N when years i tail In Id, %  A v 1 %  > %  % %  ...lirmen for •nvention planning commitOne hundred and fort) youth f r ,m ida will fill .nclave featuring a varietj ol activiti eluding busines meetings ithletics, r( 11 -' 1 ""it waa an'' by Sidney Ktron-,,,,,, chairman ol the Greater Miami Bnal Brith youth committee "Youth Looks at Judaism" will b€ the theme of one SCI Of semi. n;ir to be conducted by Louis Senwartzman, director of the Bu%  i Education, ther si t of eminars will review -The Puroo es ol Pn ming. This will be ntroduced by a member ol the stall of the t ter Miami Jewish Community ter The seminal m is I %  I %  fnstallin Emanu-E! U5Y Grc Ejections man: Mrs. Sylvia Dingfelder, cochairman; Leo Steinman and Mrs, Gerald Soltz, presidents of the Men's and Women's South Florida B'nai B'rith Councils respectively Convention meetings will be conducted by Jules Cohen, of Orlando, for Aleph Zadik Aleph and Lola Goldfinger, for the B'nai BBYO B'rith girls. Handling the program for the convention are Sidney bidgin, Judy Weisa, Sieve Shim. Al Capp, Buth Plait. BDbble Gordon, Sandy Dorms. Linda Brown and Barbara Foosaner. Members of the arrangements committee are Mrs. Flora Supworth. Al Osheroff, Mrs. Ruth I %  MM. Mrs. Martha Herman Mrs. Hilda Lazarus and Mike Sossin. Drosd Luggage & Novelty Co. "The Best for less" Genuine leather Belts and luggage luggage & Shoes Repaired Affiliated with KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS 1679 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH PHONE IE 8-9487 i! Katz's Kosher Restaurant 500 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE JE 1-7235 j FINEST QUALITY FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES Let Us Arrange Your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs. Engagements and other Social Functions Comnlimpnt.iry Wine witn Dinner Friday Niqht SANITARY FISH MARKET SpceidiVnq in PIKE WHITE FISH CARP and Ail Varieties of Sea Food WEE REHMGEftAl OLDEST r )N THE BEACH 817 BISCAYME STREET Elects Silverman Head ; .'n Kitn in:; S. I at an i ek Include pre ident; iin.ni. second vice I: Joseph Picus, secretary; [Max Rothtx in, treasurer. of trustees are Samuel Club to Honor Zionist Miami Bi ach Zionist 1 neon Club will meet Wednesday i Dec. 28, at the Raleigh hotel The luncheon will l>e In the form ol a U'-timonial. honoring Jacob Fishman, noted Zionist leader here. I] the Phone JE U Miami Bead; for four HEALTH'S SAKE visit A CHIROPRACTOR Dr. Arthur H. Shapiro UIIKOIN ROAD, SUITI S24 WONI JE 1-0813 1 'llCLtloVVA.1 FELLOWSHIP LEAGUE, Gala New Years Eve Party Community Bank Marks Anniversary Community National Bank of Hal Harbour celebrated its tir-t anniversarj in it.new, permanent home, Collins ave al 96th St., with a combination anniversary holiday party tor hank employees The affair waa held Thursday at the Bal Harbour hotel. Among those present was Charles L. Clements, president of Community National Bank of Bal Harbour, in addition to other officers of the financial institution. Free Parking Saturday EvMUtf, Otctmfter 31 St, at 9:30 p.m. aiJr^ 2 1 H0TEl %  OOF 5th STTOT A IISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI E£ G .' nd ENTERTAINMENT by DON TRAVIS A ORCHI r ST R Tinn p n ei Refreshments Tickets Onl;$2.50 Each, plus tax %  "no Your Friend* — For Reservations Call JE 4*346 Rnouncing... Sppy's Rent-a-Car Service! JOHNNIE & MACK K 8-5311 BEACH BRANCH 1100 5th STREET MIAMI BEACH j f l $ OM I | 2 I D "AfT" I II VIC %  %  '••wnainii a %  %  v %  %  tol "A*T -IMity"Hair COULTON BROS. GARAGE ^.a. WtKkl "•* % %  • ~ ••> •* %  P-I ,tof *m. 2MSt M $.W. M StrMt Lesler Bnckmon has been selected as deleqale representing the Greater Miami area to ,he National Un.led Synagogue Youth convention which will be held Dec. 26 to 29 in Cleveland^ Lester is vice president ol Temple Emanu-El U.S.Y. He 'was selected this pas. summer t0 atlend the Leadership Training Institute in Hendersonv.lle. N.C NOW OPEN Mr. Pumpernik's December Present to Miami Beach PUMPERNIK'S PANTRY The South's Finest Retail Bake Shop and Delicatessen. OPEN AT 7 A.M. Phone: UN 6-0246 V W RESTAURANT 67th and Collins Ave. • % 



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Lfcry. December 23, 1955 g/toout £QC ZJ^jstrhrldrtor, Special ^f< tyMW MACARONI TO THIS MiNU iked Chopped Herring Made With 'Ordinary' Staples Around the House I h REGINA FRISCHWASSEK Page 3B <*vo rites lakfd chopped herring will t anv meal prepared during it days and bring a round of juse from your family. Try method: B,ked Chopped Htrring 1 1 herrings 1 onion 1 tablespoons butter 1 cup milk I j ajgi j fU p white bread crumbs [soak the herring in cold water three hours. Skin, bone and ?„ h ,„ P .L he .. h e,Ting Cut the ''"^n mi £?i P, t eS and fry in bu w until golden brown. Add the milk well beaten egg yolks, bread crumbs and chopped herring Mix well. Grease a pan with oil sprinkle with bread crumbs, add the herring mixture and dot with pieces of butter. Bake in a moderate oven three-quarters of an hour. • • • Baked Macaroni and Fish Cakes • %  i lb. broken macaroni 3 tablespoons melted butter 1 lb. raw salmon 1 teaspoon ul( teaspoon pepper 1 can tomato sauce 20 B m;„u^ a '^ i ;' lled — tato a R cased h I* B,aCaroni biased baking nan -in.i jm "hi raw 3S p been cut Into small piece Lin We with melted buitcr laU Td ft W with a secoS hj£ "nnto Pa and P0Ur on W" 1 ma '" sau <-e over it. Bake in a nodent* oven one hour. J*. •; %  ^Sl pit planninq session of Temple Emanu-Q Sisterhood for whood's fund concert on Feb. 8 saw Mrs. Sherman Kapfleft. seated) blueprinting patrons' plans with her three uinnen, Mrs. J. J. Perlmutter and (standing) Mrs. Max Bauer 1 Mrs. I. M. Boderman. The concert will star opera soprano ine Maibin and tenor Eugene Conley. Proceeds will benet the religious school. MHALBI N, EUGENE CONLEY DUE i anu-fl Women Plan Operatic Concert Headed by Mrs Sherman Kaplan, the Sisterhood of Temple Kmanu|**s opened concert plans to star glamorous young soprano Elaine ta and tenor Eugene Conley in a special Feb. 8 staging for the nit of the rcligioua school. | Co-chan M are Mrs. Max Bauer, Mrs. I. If. Boderman and Mrs, itmh: tiding them on the patrons' committee are S 'P^' Irving Cypen. with Mrs. Leo Robinson, Mrs Her r \' %  ''. Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs. David Levinson, Mrs. B [ Mrs. Joseph M. Upton. Mrs. Ralph Kaplan ^ ll:: Joseph A. Berman and Mrs William Rul > ~ am the exciting youn r from the N 3* r featured en the Voice of Firestone and in the 8 ":''' 'in the Doretta Morrow i ^J ger is the American tenor who scored triu in Italy. Holland and I m, Imsterd n and Hel He 'ij ...tan Op. '. %  ihe Sisterhood marks the year in Greater Miami. Kadassah Slates Workshop, Address Mrs Arthur Rubel of New York City, national field consultant for Hadassah, will Wail the Greater Miami area to help Hadassah worn, en with their problems. A threeMj worktop at the Algiers hotel u scheduled for Jan. :t. 4 and 5. Mrs. Rubel's dedication to the man) fa. etc I program ol Hadassah baa been reinforced by first-hand ition ot Hadassah's achievements in Nracl on two occasions she has recently returned from an Intensive tour of Israel during which she visited Hadassah Institutions in every part ot the country The workshop schedule of events is as follows: Tuesday, Jan 3. 10 a.m. to noon. fund raising, Combined meeting ol the I H. Goodman, Chaim Weizmann and Naomi groups of Hadassah at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan 4. 10 a.m. to noon, membership. Program and education workshop. 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 5, 10 a.m. to DOOn, combined chapter and group board meeting, with Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell presiding Brunch will be the closing session at 12:30. with the highlight an address by Mrs. Rubel entitled. "Dateline Israel." The program will include the pre-entation of "Dogpatch Doodles." with Deborah group players directed by Mrs. Harold Wwin. Mrs. Herbert Shapiro Local TB Chapter Slates Tag Day Miami Beach chapter of Deborah Tuberculosis Sanatorium and Hospital at Brown Mills-in-the-Pines, N.J., will hold its first annual Tag Day on Friday, Dec. 23. Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro is chairman of the local Tag Day effort. Acting as co-chairman with her will be Mrs. Eugene Schwartz. Mrs. Shapiro explained that Deborah Hospital treats all diseases of the chest, including heart and cancer, and is maintained on a non-sectarian, free basis. "Many Miami residents have been and are being treated at this marvelous institution which pioneered in thoracic surgery and has some of the world's most renowned physicians and surgeons on its staff." she said. 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Page 8 B +Jewist> Fhrktian ^^J^L^^r^ 1 %  %  -.-^ = = ^ = ^Maoer 23, \ Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worshj TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will holil Friday evening Servian at 8:lo. Rabbi Narot will preach on the topic: 'Arc People Really Good earl S n,K,n ibased on Diary of Anne Frank." He ion in honor ol the birthday oi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan will follow the ioc. t BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE hold Friday evening. •< i \ ice* 15. Rabbi Yank Re Mtberg -m and Christianiti Their Basic Diffi i tar William Lipeon renders the portions of the lit with Miriam Donnerstag directing the choir Oneg Shabbal tollows j morning services are at dm j ol ':r Boat Schrei. will baeeaas Bar Httsvaht Junior services arc ai 10 a m In the chapel. • ANSHE EMES CONGREGA T, ON Pridaj evening ices at 8:30 cantor Rudolph Brill Ces I S IS, Saturday morning renderthe mu-ie.d portions of the are Bl 9 Minchi iat 5 nturi i) :••,. followed by Shales Seudos Daih servieei are at H am and TE MPLE EM ANU-EL will hold n Friday evening services at 5 and I B:S0 Habbi Irving Lahrman will BETH JACOB CONGREGATION preach on the topic Is Vour Ufa wi I hold Friday evening services %  Glorioui Adventure?" Cantor a) 9 and 8:18 p.m BabbJ Tiber Philip Brumsaer renders the mu. n will officiate and preach on ska! portions oi the Uturg) Saturthe topic pcpic ,,i HcliKion or daj morning services arc at 9.' Religion ol People." Saturday Rabbi Lehnaan will diaeuss the ins %  n ices are al 8:30 ( an Haul Mamches renders the lical portions oi the liturgy in Bible i • al 4 15 p.m. Dailj ces will be at 7 and 8 a m and 5 p Habbi Jostmh Narot "G**4 ol Htort" WORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will bold Fridaj evening services al .'! i.~> On the occasion ol jhis i ,n ._ '/ will ,, ., din ,-. 1 ,i the n ices f Mi in i .' >hn d Wl .. will litzvah. i It i the musical the liturgy, w,th the • %  CANDLELIGHTING TIME Teveth 8 5:19 p.m. Joel. Mill of Mrami MrSam I ohen and Benders, s-.n oi Mr and MrHarry Stroll, will become Bar Mitzvah Daily serviceare in the ehepaf at H ajn p m • BETH TFILAH CONGREGAhold Fridaj e\. GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOOUIS ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD AOUDATM ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE-525 Ttth at. Orili,..!,,*. BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION ralrlr an. Orth-1ux. JUhl.i II Lvuli Rottinan NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER ; \ ritlvBr-'tlal.l.l in. ii, i Klein, TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 1144 Chaw ave. Liberal. It.ii.l.l UtM KnuilMi TEMPLE EMANU EL 1701 Waahlnfton ave. Conservative Kal>l>l Irving Philip H BELOW LINCOLN ROAD BETH JACOB CONOREOATION I III WaaBIWtHm SVS. Orthodox. bbl Tlboi Hti rn c U Mtmohi BETH TFILAH CONOREOATION MS lu.ll.l ava. OrihuUuX. Ilnbhl .InIcovnk) HEBREW ACADEMY 111 Mh Si \ Rabbi AlrxaiKNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION—1III BuclM BVe. OrUM i, nab i' •' i a*m Bel/. TORAH TEMPLE I \\ • Jilrtiilsin. lubl-ia Abraham CORAL GABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER—3M Palermo live. Mix-rat. Rabbi Mi lr\ Ing I!,,I,it: ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER —44 Znmoia ave. Conservative. Rabbi l: I.. n 11 ui in. i I i• 1 • %  i> 1 > Hi ill. DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION IS N\V 3rd ave. Ortho!., Hollywood. Cr.naervaRabbi David Shapiro ('antor Vehudah II. ili.raun. TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE—1SW1 South Andrew* ave., I'l I., il. i ,!.'<:•' I:.:,.iin Rabbi Marina Ranwin. HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGE HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGE JEWISH CENTER—9il Kaat 4th tv*. ConHII.,: NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL HT NK lth t. Reform. Rabbi Jowph Narot, Rabbi Jacob K., pi,I, Rabbi Kinritu. Cantor Jacob Bomaiwln TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER — SiO-i North Miami ave. (•,,!,-. i \ui '.%<-. Uabbl Abraham Haraon. Cantor Allu-it (llanti. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION Igttl S'W 17th ave. FLAGLER-ORANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER—10 N\V Slat pi. c,ii-, i \atlva. Ral b Lao Ralat NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER | West Dixie hwy. ConwrvaUve. It.il.l.i lb my Okoiloa. Cantor Maun, •• Neu. NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION— lS4th at and NK lllh ave. I la bbl Ixu.ii I., SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION ,; *.,> BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE SS23 BW Srd avi Conwrvallvr. Rabbi \ Row niwi-B i antoi \v lillani \v i.t,.BETH EL CONOREOATION — .'."(1 BW lTlh ave. Ortbynlux. Rabbi Khmaryahu 'I" Bwlraky. Cantor Uoula Qartoaha ISRAELITE CENTER-31S8 SW :4th trr. l'„n M isatlw RabN MoM... Mal.ivukv Cantor Sunmri BaJkow. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREOATION-1101 B\V 11th ave Dodos Rabbi Simon April. Canioi KotefnoA WEST MIAMI TEMPLE ZION I7M SW lTili M 0 K.,1,1,1 A!fi..,| Waxman Saturday hat foil led "'irn.i I R-S "* K., •n. Mini A? TBWPLE 7ION will hold F 1 Late the sermon is: The CKH 2„ d igiotts New Year." choir will [under the direction of Ben Yoa Saturday morning services artl ?„ UHWanN will discus, % %  Mmchj i$ -I p.m. HEBREW ACADEMY will Friday eveoinj imnlsai at P.m. Saturday morning serva are at 9 am R a bbi Alt will preach on the Portion, atincha is at 5 p m lowed by ShakM Seudos. services will be at 730 a.m." 5:25 p.m.. with Sunday services scheduled lor 8' MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL.. CONGREGATION will hold Fral evening services at 5:30 p.m. S day morning are d Rahbi Simon April will oift and preach on the topic: "S for America and [sraaL" Borele Kelemer renden tl sical portionof the liturgy, (a in Mishna ial t 15 p.m. -ervice. aril] be at 7 30 a.m. 5:30 p.m ISRAELITE CENTER will Friday ev< nin and 8:15 p.m Rabbi Morton Bvaky will pre ich on the tl H P0stponem< nl Oneg Shi GUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will h.. Id I %  it ,1a-. %  laJmud is will be at 5 p.m., morning services are at 8:30. mon will be based on the Week Portion i ant Samuel Salka renders the mu ns ol t liturgy. Minch 5 p.m.. lowed by Shalos Si M* I services will be at 8 a.m. and minutes befon ind iwa. .._., .,,,, ,,,,,,, r i iuj CVVI1II v ; W Saturday morning Saturday morning services are at Lucille Moore directing the choit ; Postponement Oneg Rabhi Jo aph ; Tommy.. s„ n ( .f Mr. and Mra. OlMg Shabbat toUowa. Saturday will be at B:S0 -|.ons.red by tea and riiacuaaes Maurice I'mkelor. will become Bar morning services are at 8.30. (and afn I Meylaco Satu At 4 p.m.. the Mitrvali The Pinkelora will be • 1 in Secular n,M ;i1 "•< %  "net: Shabbal follow. HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS Rabbi %  Crime Wave?" "U Wdaj i | ja WI H CENTER will hold Ftidai %  a; 4:;ti) ,.m. followed l,v evening services at 8:18. Albert Will TIFERETH ISRAEL N O R T H < omar.or. exeeutixtdirector of Jew •" • %  "..: !im SIDE CENTER Will hold Fr.dav Ish Family Service, will be guest •vening servli .,„,,i speaker and discuss: 'The High TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will speaker will be Dr DonaM MichelCosl ol Uanappy Uring. H Cantor .,, SOB directoi ol HUIeJ House at the Ben Grossberj Bill render the mu Kin, h will Wniversit) ol Miami He will dil sical portions of the liturgy with' BETH ISRAEL C0N6RB "'i' i n. i pii Religion Pi "Hellgien m the 8ehoob>." Jay Browde leading the responsive TltM will hold Fridw •* •''" %  turdty moreCanter Albert CHentz renders the I reading, Mr. and Mrs Nathan I services at 5 15 pm Oneg s ,, unp 1CUJ1C1J mmmtmm + ""'' ;ir l0:4fl '"'•'mus|,al POIthma ol the liturgy Becker and Mr and Mrs. Abe ZAMORA JEWISH ccNTEtTw.i. ary. son ol M, and MrBen .i. Shabbal will follow. SaturPraidlin will hosts at the Oneg 1 I '" nd Petei an .,i i> r I Hay morning services are at 9 Shabbat 8:30. rheme oi the i will and Mri Lewis Julian, will beeoBM 8*hbi Abraham Heraon wlU preach Your Communit: Bai liitzren Canter Samuel Kaleoa the topic: "When Brother Meets m honor ol tht rj met readers the musical portions Brotht i rge 1 BV Speakers "t the IHui • Wl!l ritual leader Rabbi • %  tTl c BETH RAPHAEL CONOREOAJ1TR.S ^SSI^XL'Z live directc* ol the TION will Pridaj evening 5:15 Saturday morning a e r vi eea ,; g_£; RabbTs"!. SwiSS ... M n. s w ^' %  ^ r ,h r : h ; "'" rh ,:d be hosts at the "' ''"^""l ^'l %  oi ,h., r T ,' :r n c,assln ,' %  '":"' Paul V < ';•'-'—'.r the liturgy. during Sturday morning ''•' ,H,i : "';,' hi Yeehiv. Hall ^^ ,, will KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening service* at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Guest -leaker at the late -civiee will be Dr. Beniamin B. Rosenberg, exec utive director of Greater Miami p.m. bat servii, pm dav morning services are at Rabbi H. I ouii Hottman fl preach <-n v 1 Home' Class in Bil p.m. aflBcha will be al 4 45 p.i followed b) Shalos Seu3os. Da' scum -:1 and Mr. and I'h Sbwarta i p.m. NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN TEMPLE SINAI ol Hollywood TER will hold Pridaj vemng ecommg at at 8:15 Rabbi Okoliea Pridaj evi mug at 8:34) Dr II iklin Williams ol the I i i i. win be Kueet -peek's "Youth Fares (|,r ; • will l... sponsored bj ,| Mrs Henry Levin Saturda; morning services at 9. Itabbi I. .,,i Shapiro ofill preach on the topic The Christian World Obser i i amor Maurice Neu renders the mu portion! ol the liturgy, with Jewish Federation* He will discussAN hat are the Needs and ih, Problems of our Communm • %  eception follow. Fortv Qya new with Cantor V.hudah :members „f Siaterhood will be inHeilbraun rendering the musical ducted Saturdaj morning servieM pon.oM, „. ,be liturgy. ,are at 8:30 lUbh, Jonah Caplan rr.o. ......" w,u P r '<-h on the Weekly Portion Rail i^ at 4:15 p.m Mincha ffobai Jocab N. Kmplmm to be hanerttl TER will hold Pridaj evenu servieei at 8 15. Rabbi Morns Skop the 11 lament Cantor Irving Robinson renders I he musical portions of the liturgy, with Robert S, ra <„,u rs conluc,!,* ,* chl) r ^^^'^.nffiasTs will be at 4 45 p.m. followed by .Shalos Bl udos • • CENTER will hold Friday evening %  a. can sho inr It IIPW PHONE 9-6441 1055 W.FUGLER Might Service 2300 N.W. 7th AVE. 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numb er 23, 1955 ZfeHMJkrMSa,,) n '2 %  "^ Page 5 A lit HOI.. .IS I SEE IT Continued from Page 4 A h^nT 1 "' %  n, Ui St W3SC baUle ,0 Stem the ,ide of what now a PPrs to S r .?'„ i y i SW ^ PU 15 ViCt0ry Acce P tin 8 the sugar-coated poison 1 ersh P here wi,h the S P that J c wi *h religious preccpt.s may also be represented, is sheer folly Eagerly embracing Bailey-type plans for "about religion" instruction in the public schools is equal folly. This, unfortunately, a major Jewish group here has already done via official letter to the Florida school Superintendent. But who is there to teach "about religion" in our public schools? The public school teacher with his often limited training and proselyh/ers yen? And what is there in the young child's mind to respond to such instruction but his naivete and trusting innocence? jwly elected officers of the Greater Miami kish Community Center are shown above I the Center's annual meeting which was lid last week. Front row (left to right) are aim H. Gale, executive director; Mrs. MilSirkin, president; and Emanuel Tropp, Sirkin Reelected GMJCC Head As Center Has Fifth Annual Meeting %  5. Milton Sirkin was reelected i Sam Heiman. campaign chairman dent of the Greater Miami [of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Henry Garison. president of the Town Branch Golden Age Friendship Club, kindled the Menorah. There were also remarks by Mrs. Sirkin and Efraim H. Gale, executive director. The evening closed with a program of songs by the Flagler-Granada choral group under the direction of Mrs. Paul Draizar. Chairman for the evening was Mrs. Julius Weiner. The following were elected to the GMJCC board of directors: assistant director. Rear row are A. Budd Cutler secretary; Leon Epstein. Sam Seitlin, Bernard Weksler, vice presidents; Joseph Masters, treasurer; and Sidney Stiller vice president. Not shown is William Kneapler who was also elected a vice president jsh Community Center at a ng here Fleeted along with [were the following officers: ||M presidents Leon Epstein. i Kneapler, Sam Seitlin, jr Stiller and Bernard B. sler; treasurer, Joseph Masaod secretary, A. Budd Cutincoming administration installed by Dr. Benjamin %  berg, executive director of I Greater Miami Jewish Federaitho was also the main speakf the evening. i Dr. Rosenberg's talk on the "Are We Serving Our Community?" he stated "recreational services to the %  unity can no longer be limitlone building, but must rather out from a central source |the new arau that have been lb; developing." of the greatest needs," he "is the provision of youth to these new areas in orr to close the gap between the pment of physical facilities Ithe existing social needs. Furif we are to keep up our growing population, we tike time out to do a thorstudy of community reI nd needs,' he said. meeting also heard from gel Rons, M,-. Ruth B. Roaenthal Col N '• < %  I. Irving Baal, Herbert i: BCIW 1 • %  -•• i.ti 8. !'. .. i Phil Si hlff, Hai rj Bchwarta, Mn nenn Seitlin, Mra. Ham Keltlin i • d S-WHM. Morrlf Shaffer, Maurice i i Iti-n Hher, Fred K. Shochet, laidora Hlmkowits. Tobias Simon, Milton nlrkln, Emanuel Smith, Dr. Arthur Sokoloff, l..,uis Stein, Arnold Stern, l..wi~ Sternaheln, Mra. Sldne; Stiller, Harold Strumpf, Mm f'arl s\iw Herrln. Archie Brick, Mra, Meyei llnlit.int. Robert Brawn, Loula Buah, Mr. and tin, J. Kdward Cantor, Lao chal* kin. Hr. M. B. Clrlln, Mn Hai lei Cohen, Arthur DeCiuti, Mis. Joaeph Dunlov. Mr. and Mm. Italvln Englanner, Mr. anil Mra. Il.iiiian hVlilin.ni. KI.'Iard K. Unk, Mrs. I)orolb\ K Kink. Mr .-mil Mr.1.-Freed, Milton Friedman. Henr> Oariaon, Monroe Qelb, Seymour Uciber. Mra Ben /.ion Olnaburs, AIHGoldman, David Q i in.. II. Mr and Mrs i"h.ul.s K (JOttlieb. Ksiher Crasian. Eufene Heiman, Ham HolUmlrr. Mra. Minn-la Honlrbaum. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin HorowiU, Abe HurevlU. H.n Jonas, Irvln Kali. Flyman K in lira s,.I.,in.m Kann, Leon K Ted Kaplan, Dr. Kui.i Klaaa, Harold Kravlta. Mrs K.I .1 Ki.-n:Jack Ijuniwrt. Il.rriai.l Iaiah. IIMIIK l-'V Mrs phlllp LefkowlW. Man-li Lleberman. Mrs. Anna Levlne, Maralene l.urle. Harry Levin. Btanle> r Myers. Mra. Benjamin Miller, Mm M• Miller Oertruilr Miller, Joaeph Milgram. Edward Moore, Mrs Joel N*'*"'*"Nathan Newman, Mri Ben >•}>* %  Mrs. Paula Orllk. K1.ln.-v II l..lm.-i. Edward Peyser, Randy Polank>. *nEducators Hear Dr. Lestschinsky Dr. Jacoh Lestschinsky will disrii-Jewish Kducation in Europe and South America" at a meeting of the Hebrew Teachers Association Saturday evening in Kneseth Israel Synagogue. Dr. Lestchinsky is a noted economist and sociologist. Since his first article appeared in the Hebrew journal, "Hashiloach," in 1903. he has written extensively in Hebrew, Yiddish and Russian. He is a contributor to the Jewish Forward. Zukunft. Current Events. Actuelle Yidios, Welt und Volk, Volk und Zion and other publications. Dr. Lestschinsky is associate editor of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia and other economic and sociologic works. W *fpn ^S* qtp *m K Joseph E. Rackovsky I MKHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI REACH 'hone JE 1 3595 JHBT METAL WORKS PJ* 22nd AVE. rk HI 6 5160 m.,' ro r P'red now: you -aSt^ ne roof %  *•*' S'tntactory Work by tuptnenced. Men" Banks Closed for Posting IM 20 PERCENT Charles L. Clements, president of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association, has announced that the main office on Lincoln rd. j as well as the Chase Federal; branches at 7474 Collins ave. 425 1 41st st and the 163rd -t branch in North Miami Beach, will be I all day Thursday, Dec. 29. to facilitate the posting of ita 43rd wmiannual dividend to the savings counts of its many thousandi "I shareholders. All offices will reopen for DUalMM ausual Ml the following day. Friday, Dec 30. 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Page 6 A *knistfk>rk&*ri Iliii^cemb^ Bureau Extends Executive's Term In heralding the "outstan service" of Louis Schwartunan to the educational progress of the Dedication Slated Friday Eve Service Jut^J-Jowners Beth is sspeciaii) ti> ffiii nonor waiter Bernard Sunday 23, %  Friday ivenini s< i w ;it n will feature names oi the donors, ihe dedication ol etghl chan Rabbi Tiber Stern, deliers in honor ol eighl members | spiritual l< will the unique dedication. be holered aVe I eo Meyer Beth Jacob %  te at ol the ci ion. Each < han l< li< i will be adot ned Jewish community and in reeoBjpermanently with a plaque attatku nition of "the excellence of h>ed to %  white Star of David, wnicfa wink." the executive board ol the Bureau of Jewish Education has nded Ins term of tenure a> Bureau executive director for Hve rding to the board's ii resolution as announced bj Mi s Matilda n Ratner, presidt nl of the Bureau ol Jewish Education Sii,' an's record appears In • \\ ho's Who in World Jewry." \i ol teaching in the Talmud Torahs ol Baltimore, Md where he also served as principi of tiiM schools and assistant to the executive director <>t Baltimore'Board of Jewish Education Schwartzman served as executive director of the Associated Hebrew Schools ol Wilmington, Del. edu• mal director of Wilmington's YM & YWHA and esi director oi the Atlanta Bureau ol Jewi ; i Education for three yean pri >r the directorship ol Ml ami's Bureau in 1949 munal activile H i I'nivei 1 Walter Alan, -on of Mr. and Mrl.eon B. Bernard. UY) Nw 43rd pi., will become 13ar M.i ikuir i.iy morning M of Beth Ra'pTiael ion. i ficiate Walter Rabbi Arie Becker will ol is aq eighth grade president of the continuation, fe* Mi mother. Saedh; Mr and Mr*. Won Lerfter nrsl i 'lent. perpetuating the memor) ol their •Mendel and Sims 1 .,?i,| \hral Gussie Fink. Mr ... ,, dent at hinlocn Park Junior i 5g|i ta.teM rry Sir; Mr and Mrs Wl an; Mr and eph Brenner, in honor ol D III law. Mr ami Mrs Benjamin Meyers, Center chandelier will be dedi-! reception School and has been religious school for the past \iais Open house will be held at home Ruing for E> On Sunday evening, a at Michel's Normands Saturday Irelat I to Nathan Greenfield in ,s| restaurant will be held in his memory of his wife. Minnie, and I h onor for *me 8 persons. son. Irving. Among guests of honor will IKMrs. Lena Pomerantz, maternal Bmnch I grandmother, of Brooklyn, NY and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernard paternal grandparents. Miami. nan ; %  Women to Hear Review terhood ol Miami Hi will meet 'ii"afternoon, Dec 27 Mrs i'lii will n\ leu Mai [orie Morn by Herman Wouk Mrs Berele Kelemer will lead in munit) singing. ik Israel Film Due at Cameo The first production made exclusively in Israel will have its southern premiere at the Cameo Theatre on Jan. 1. "HID 24 Does Not Answer" is an excellently-performed tense drama, woven around the struggles of modern Israel for independence. It is the first important entry from that country in the international market. Woven into the script are action and romance and splendid photography in the actual locale Ol the story. These, together with excellent work by a talented cast, under the guidance of Thorald Dickenson, make for an interesting 90 minutes of entertainment, largelybased on fact. All of the leading actorspeak English throughout On occasion, where English would be inappropriate. Hebrew ien and translated in tub-titles, but the amount of dialogue given this treatment is negligible. (haya Harait. one of the central characters in the film, won a citation at the Cannes Film Festival. Hill 24 Does Not Answer" has an exciting story to tell and relates it at a rapid pace and serves to give a fascinating insight into the varied facets of life in modern Israel. Bernard Cherrick, director general of the board of governors of the Hebrew University in Israel, will address a meeting of Ihe Greater Miami chapter, American Friends of the Hebrew University, on Jan. 4 at the Seville hotel. Mrs. Oida Rubin, chapter president, announced Wednesday that Dr. Cherrick's address will deal with significant aspects of the university's development on the critical Israel scene today. RENT A CAR $15 eer Week, plus 5c oer Milt Best For Lets 300 Miles Allowed %  EN'S RENTALS 1451 W. FLAGLER — Ph. 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Sanders Stroll, son cf Mr j Mrs. Harry Stroll, will eel, his Bar M.tzvah at Teu Emanu-El Saturday, DeJ Rabbi Lehrmcn will I Sanders is an eighth i,. v .dent at Nautilus High and attends the rei I sc: 'l of Temple Enow Aliens Must Register : I s y the 1 %  1 • M i kVa/f-r Btrnard Award Banquet Planned The annual distinguished ales man'a award banquet fur the outstandmK salesmen in the Miami area will be held at the McAllister hotel on Feb. 13. Tally Emory, president of the Miami Sales Executives club, announced Wednesday BACK AT HIS FAMOUI CANDLELiGH] INN R ESTAURAN In Coconut Grove PH. 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December 23. 1955 son of Mr. and Mrs. Har. Weiss 736 83rd St.. will *Bar Mitzvch Saturday at the orth Shore Jewish Center. Mayer Abramowitz will date. John is a student in i religious school of the Cencnd attends the eighth B de of Ncu'ilus Junior High hocl j Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack i Edwards, 6921 Trouville Esplanade, will be Bar Mitzvah Sat urday at the North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abiramowitz will officiate. Gary : has attended th religious I school of the Center for the last five years. He is in the 'eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High school. • ICcr.er., son of Mr. and Mrs. nuel Cohen, will celebrate Bar Mitzvch at Temple DU-E1 Saturday, Dec. 24. bi Irving Lehrman will offiJoel is an eighth grade at the Wilson Private and attends Temple n-El relig ious school. fo be Chosen [Tempic Emai.u Kl Young Adults hold their annual "Crystal Ai.lmore 'James Cary Jacobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jacobson. of | 4230 Chase ave., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah SatI urday. Dec. 24, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. ball" on Sunday evening, Ian 2.">. in the Temple social hall Queen will be selected from girll attending. l i i t • i i 9 • • Seasons Greetings from all of us to all of you PAN AMERICAN BANK • • • OF MIAMI 'IOCIDA "ll|l FfOtlM ilSilVt UJIf" 'IDltAi DirOtH INSUIANCI coir f hoo .M,nkl.4 72ll i • •••eeeeeeee u ta**tfAN | • e e Sidney Sehreideil' Bar Mitzvah .JJ*** "f Mrs Ro schrei. IM" i HrilHan i,, %  ol the dent,. .'" ;'< Shenandoah Junior High x'"i .r;, 1 "' 1 ;" %  ,n 1 the laih. and | club l!l la president ol uie 1956 He ,''", 8radu at Beth I *liA 1(1. i out-of-town guests present at the ceremonj will be Mr •"" l Mrs. Hyman Kessler, grandparents oi the Bar Mitzvah, Mr and Mr. Frank Reuben. Mrs Sophie I lii.M.ii and Stuart Ulanoff Mrs. Kittj Barton. Howard Schrei,,, il and Mr. and Mrs Oscar Beckerman. all of Detroit, Mich •ding from New York City will be Mr. and Hi S m R Mr and Mrs Max Himmelbaum ell will be host at dush following Saturday morning services in honor of her son. Proceeds for Youth Center nen'a Division ol \ %  i here will hold an annual dinner dance Sundaj eveni Island Proceeds are the tcrman Wise Youth Center in Israel In charge ol reservations jr.' .; Janoff, Mrs. ind Mrs. Hen ie. TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANAClll Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only gives ttronger, faitir relief from pain of headache but is also a/er. Won't upset the stomach and has no bad effects. Yon see, Anacin is like a doctor's prescription. That is, Anacin contains not just one but • eomoinalion of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved no i le drug can give such strong yet such safe relief as Anacin Tablets. Listen to SCHACHTER'S IMIM .nwisii PROGRAMS Every Sunday 2 p.m. and Monday thru Friday 4:30 p.m. en RADIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DIAl IM Program is fhe First and has the Largest Listening Audience "Jewish Forum On The Air" Every $unday-10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various foalurot NOW "i HUlXMt Of MUSK" by Rev. Sheldon Edwards Produced and Directed by SIMON StIDIN 503 s.w. v %  ** n t 2sm NEW TIME FOR YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Nssstirs Yiddish Clsss.cal *tM be heard every Sunday 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Two New Features •THEATRE NEWS" Featuring Simon Wolff -FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Shushana Spector STATION WWPB Hour from 1450 on Your Dial J AUGUST BROS ftyj It the BEST/ Page 9B MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Lincoln at Washington Invites you to use its commercial and special checking facilities. Free Customer. Parking and bank by mail are added services. Open an Account Today Member Federal Dcpc.it Insurance Corp. Federal Reserve System I Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE &OhtractCa. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 IS YOUR MONEY GOING OR GROWING? 9 Does money just seem to "slip through your fingers?" Open an insured DADE FEDERAL savings account — with a convenient amount — add to it regularly and watch your savings GROW instead of GO. You'll be amazed to see how fast the figures increase in your passbook when you save regularly out of income. Your savings here earn 3 per cent per year, compounded semiannually ... and accounts are insured to $10,000. Evening Hours Downtown Office Till 8 PM Mondays Branch Offices Till 8 PM Fridays All Offices Open 9 AM 3 PM Other Weekdays. Closed Saturdayj & Dividends Per Annum Savings Insured y en Agency of the Federal Gtvtrnmenl Dade Federal JOSEPH M.LIF I ON, President v~ZTi st •//• • 45 N.E. FIRST AVENUfc yhtVUd /It VftiCC # ,400 N.W. 36lh STREET 'M,A'2/*U.t •" 0I SW8,h STREET fCcax (f,oi*. # 5797 N w 7(h A VENUE FREE PARKING AT ALL IBANCHES RESOURCES EXCEED 85 MILLION DOLLARS L



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/ leMsltUEIoiHidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKL 29—Number 51 BAN DUE IN MIAMI WEDNESDAY 0 BRING DIRECT REPORT OF CRISIS BORDER A DJUSTMENTS' SUGGESTED traef in Five -Point Program On Reciprocal Basis for Peace With Touchy Arab Neighbors WASHINGTON (JTA>—A five-point plan to serve as a basj., for ;in Msrael peace -ettlement has been outlined by Israel to the State nent, il w: %  learned here Wednesday. The plan makes it clear plrejects arbitrary cession of territory or resettlement <>! Arab js inside the Jewish State. However, on a basis of mutualih and —ocity within the framework of a general peace settlement, Israel hotilu'il ih'' state Department of its readiness to consider: &f 1. Minor mutual boundary ad just ment. %  • 2. Free port facilities at Haifa with transit rights for Jordan 3. A plan to afford a transit arrangement linking Jordan with Egypt acro>s the Negev, but without cession of any territory or compromise of Israel sovereignty in any way 4. Affirmative attitude toward compensation of Arab refugees along lines outlined Au gust 26 by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. 5. Agreement to the Johnston Plan for the Jordan and Yarmuk Rivers involving release of Israel water to the Arabs. It was made clear that a settle BULLETINSPIAN — The new Premier of late Wednesday said his )licit's arc to restore order t not-racked country and carthonest, neutral elections. In lio broadcast monitored by 1. Ibrahim Pasha Hashem nti that the elections will nine whether Jordan joins Western Baghdad Pact. JUWAN—Relative calm in riotJordan \\Vdnesday raised that enraged Arabs have i brought under control follow| their attack on American offi1 buildings here earlier in the nd the tearing down and ng of the stars and Stripes. 'incidents have been reported YORK — Harry Gilroy, foreign correspondent of iN*w York Times, early this | indicated in a report to his *P er that reliable sources British Prime Minister Sir My Eden is seeking a British. Wled corridor linking Jordan Suez area across the southI **ev as his government's 1 'or acting the role of Neat %  fcdiator. Continued on Page 2 A CHARGES PRIME MINISTER IS PRO-ARAB I f den Bid as Mediator Criticized Sharply by Labor Party Leader LONDON (JTA)-In his firs, statement on foreign J^'.f^J^ election last week as leader of the Labor Party MJWbUJtharp > Will Make Major Policy Talk as Tension in Near East Mounts to Climax Israel Ambassador Abba Eban will be in Miami Wednesday to address top leaders of the Jewish community here on the current emergency crisis in the Near East. This will be Mr. Eban's second appearance in the area within recent months. The Ambassador is expected to bring a first-hand report on his government's troubled relationships with her Near East Arab neighbors. It is anticipated that Mr. Eban will make a statement with regard to Israel's discovery early Wednesday of "positive proof" that Syria has militarily invaded Israeli territory. According to reliable sources, it is hoped that the Ambassador, who is also the Jewish State's chief delegate to the United Nations, will present his government's position on British Prime Minister Sir Abba £ban Anthony Eden's second bid in as many weeks to act as mediator in the Near Bast hot spot. ... at Westview Greater Miami Jewish Federation officials, under whose auspices Mr. Eban will appear here, indicated early this week that the Ambassador is expected to make a major policy address, covering Israel's possible rejection of the British bid as a disguise for achieving a corridor in the southern Negev linking Jordan and the Suez area. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher will be hosts at the dinner meeting Wednesday evening, which is scheduled to be held in Westview Country Club. The dinner event is being called specifically for the purpose of launching the S375.0OO emergency fund drive to aid Israel— a drive which will seek to gather funds over and above the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal goal for this area. According to representatives of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, special sermons will be delivered Friday evening in synagogues throughout the area, during which spiritual leaders will call for generous support of the emergency action and offer community prayers for the success of the venture. Meanwhile, Monday, Jewish community leaders here took immediate steps to implement the 1956 CJA drive at an emergency meettMlRG lNCY fUND DRIVE HERE STRESSED '56 CJA Goal Now Official; Will Seek 3,000 Volunteers The Combined Jewish Appeal this week made official the record ment offering the Arabs these ad goal of SI. 350.000 for 1956 at an emergency meeting of the Greater ^SUS^Mt^£Smi Mmi Jewish Federation board of governors. Tentative announcement ous Arab extension of Darallel fac of this figure was made here last week. An additional special fund of $375,000 was also unanimously voted as part of the all-time goal. This fund will be allocated specifically ^to the United Jewish Appeal to continue immigration and resettle, ment programs in Israel and spe cifically to hurry movement of 40,000 Moroccan Jews from tension areas in North Africa. Federation president Stanley C. Myers hailed the important decision by the 200 community leaders as "a step forward in strengthening of democracy in the Middle East and a historic decision to save human lives in jeopardy." More than 50 agencies in the fields of health, welfare, religion, civic defense and education Continued on P9 2 A Continued on Pag* 2 A Israel. <2X tfS %  .-* TttUS MM „„ HMgrwujewjjWgjyjMM *r mams said, referring to Prime Minister Eden's speech. "We have guaranteed Israel's existing frontiers and we have to stand by that guarantee He insisted upon an emphatic reaffirmation of the Tripartite Declaration of 1950, instead of reference to the 1947 partition bor Continued on Pago 2 A Hn-^t Leader Dr. ^•1 Silver wa. named rr^y chairman of the .," Jwwl Bond campaign Israel 'Violator' Ike Vows Immigration Changes MM VORK (FTA*-President Eisenhower and NK U VORK Ji/i' an() s|rong | vmum-uatinn w.1 m .k. j, ^^ recommendation* ,n jrt J was state(l he re <" ^r"u'vi X* ****> i ,h „ e ll "' Mk,> r.hm, Mr Rabb was the guest speak, ^;; h r,;M!;;!n-. : ->.lHnu,uf the United Mias drive to rewrite the McCarran-Walter Act and to extend the Refugee Relief Act must be put on in 1956." Ben Toaster, president of the United Hias Service, who launched the 1956 campaign for funds for the organization, told the 350 guests who attended the dinner, that "there are still thousands upon thousands of Jews who wait uneasily fearfully, in the PT *\ %  •--Mtuua "* •••• ..-— Service. __ immiGratioI1 policy Old World for the chance to immigrate to hospitau i I .t.. — M war Mr. nauo >' -Th tailor 1U;B arc no lor •ed by immigrants for instance SPECIAL UNITED NATIONS-MajC.erv E. L. M. Burns, truce chief United Nations in Palestine. ... %  • .. Mr KaDD >-'" %  ; --" The tailor JeW s are no longer in DF camps-insieaa w : aegday night charged Israel with the cm o(fcrcd b immigrants The tan ^ md eyery Qne o{ them has t0 be deliberate violation of the Arm. i ieed> the jca fof instance sin danger oi extr acted out of his hostile surroundings sTice Agreement in the ^ "SSoUoa because we just cannot get enough ne p ^ ^ ^ expert att t tna StaTe attack on Syria a week ago deter or.no ^ t he ^ n ed out ^.^ ^ ^med .irn warned that people ... nrn ... General Jacob KJayus • pynerienced aides, is equipped to furnish. and not jusi loieiaieu. = K ...^ — ----Jews are no longer in DP camps—instead they are Sunday night. Burns warned U^orney Genera. Jacob Sunday night. Burns ( *r ( '"„ New York's Attorney u<-na ^ .. major further attacks might lead to tun ^ ^^ op mons a nd statea u. scale war.



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December 23, 1955 Mrs. Gi-or-e Souk Mrs. Sidney Stein Spector, Sonic ,( > Live in Gables !" *i of blue and white setting for the bom, Ann Spector and up) soui, N( ;; Kabbl Vote, H (lfllc| *' '" %  '; ceremony, held in the home of the bride',, ,,.-,„,.. Mr ma Mrs. j u u M 8pector 1:!5 sw ^nrt rd. A reception was held a fterward. The bridegroom's parent* are JJ %  nd Mrs. Edward Soule, 1511 M\ l!/!h Triage by her father, the bride wore a white satii >nd she carried a white | book and %  white on I %  Spector attended hi ter ile Soule was beat man for nia brother, and i v and Peti ishered. iple will be .it h 39 Santili i (,i es *'X Mils Roberto Schertr J Ibcrtii Cats Ring At [l surpr^e party Saturday [Bobertu Phyllis Scherer was Bted with her engagement I her fiann Sheldon Scott. j party, held in Temple Zion, jlliami, u.iRiven by the parId the bride-elect, Mr. and (Joseph Scherer, 2185 SW 11th future bridegroom \z the Id Mr and Mrs. Alex Scott, SW 16th ter. Students Plan Su [wanner wed l.ng is planned |Judith Mae Koff and Sherwyn %  Clement is being anby I)r and Mrs. Salmon !ol Atlanta, parents of the future bridegroom is the I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Syna, of iMeridian ave., Miami Beach. I uple both attend Universal Florida. Judith is a senior & major, a member of Al*'lon Phi social sorority Miss Ann Grostman Surprise Party Roberta is a senior at Miami High school and is a member of Phi Delta Gamma council. Mr. Scott is a graduate of Coral Gables High. He is a member of the Knights of Pythias Greater Mi ami lodge No. 176 and a member of the Marine Corps reserve training program. An August wedding is planned. miner Marriage and Alpha Kapda Delta, national honorary sociological fraternity. Mr. Syna is a senior political science major. He is president of his fraternity, Tau Epsilon Phi. Marolvn Widlan (lets Mr. and Mrs. William Widlan. of 3851 SW 1st st.. and Leisure City, announce the engagement of their daughter. Marolvn. to Jerrold L. Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Phillips, of 126 SW 21st ave. Jerry presented Marolvn with her engagement ring on the night the hotel eville has everything MN A SPECIAL KITCHEN observinc dietary liws md *ith complete banquet facilities. FOR INFORMATION: tone HAW IJUFEMST HHsttM 2 2511 WEANrRONT ** h o30th street MIAMI BEACH Page 7B Miss Ivdi.h Koff Ann's Betrothal Grossmans Reveal At spring frolics of 1954 at University of Florida. Ann Grossman first met Sidney K. Lewis. The couple now is making plans for an August wedding. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sidney M. (lidman, oi Gainesville, Fia. She Is attending IF where she is a member of the Women's Glee club and the Florida Players. Mr Lewis is the son of Mr. and Mrs .1 L. Lewis, of 1223 SW 19th ter. He iI graduate of Miami Senior High and is attending UP, He is a member of Phi F.ta Sigma scholastic fraternity and Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity. Ring by Candlelight of the lighting of the first Chanuka candle. Marolvn attends Miami High School, anil is a member of Omega Delta Pal Council. Jerry graduated from Miami High School, attended the I'nivertJt) of Miami and holds an honorable discharge from the Navy. He is an active member of the young Mull group of the Greater Miami .'.wish Community (enter %  Mi iat present associated with his lather in the manufacture of Venetian blinds The wedding (late will ho announce! In the "car future. Lynn Goldstein and Donald Owen Ablin Exchange Vows M>-" Lynn Goldstein, daughter Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein, "1 Harrison, \.Y., and Donald Owen Ablin. son of Mrs. Fay Ablin and the late Jack A. Ablin, Chi"Hl Miami Beach, were married Tuesday, Dec. 20, at the Pierre hotel in New York City. Mrs, Ablin and Mr. and Mrs. P Schero, oi Coral Gables attended the nuptials. Mrs. Schero is the sister of Donald Ablin. „ lh( Wde attended the Leonard I 'or Girls in Manhattan and u %  senior at Simmons Colli Donald ia graduate of i and Harvard | ... A!l( ,. their wedding trip to N u, Don" report to it. Eustis in Va. n and her late husband nally known for their tivities in the field of philanthi Mi Abas ;i co-chairman of the Wornion oi the Combined .! Appeal and has been promiI wiih nun* communal and civic pro (Chic in the i at 6342 North rd Miami Beach. Miss Davis Weds Mr. Sidney Stein iara Davis became bride Nov. 27 of Sidnej .lack stem at a fi p m. ceremony In Barcelona Gardens restaurant, Coral Gabli She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis. nr,i sw 5th st. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stein, 631 SW 11th St. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated, and a reception followed the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of white crystalet. Sister of the bridegroom, Evelyn Stein, was maid of honor. The bride's brother, Morton Davis, was best man. The newlyweds will live at 550 SW 7th st. W' ii Miss Helen t.'chfmen Lichtman, Kohen Plan To!Rites; Fiance is Surgeon At the same time that (he en. is ar n lunced In New York, friends here are hearing betrothal of Dr. Roland J. Kohen and Helen Lichtman. Dr. Kohen Is the so;-, of Mr. and Mrs Herman K. K .hen. 1417 North y, San Marco Island, Miami Beach. His fiancee is a New Yorker, thf daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lichtman. of Brooklyn. !' tth are working in New York City. Dr. Kohen is a graduate of the University of Miami and the Medical College of Alabama, and is presently completing his residency at Kingsbridge Veterans hospital. Miss Lichtman graduated from Smith College and is now associated with Bloomingdale Bros, department store, as fashion coordinator. She also is a member of the Smith College Club of New York. A Bronze Star veteran, Dr. Kohen served as a lieutenant in the armed forces in the Korean conflict. He now serves on the medical advisory board of the American Korean Foundation. 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Page 2j + !<,<* fk+kltari Fridc _2?S*?be Eban Due in Miami Wednesday to Bring Direct Crisis Report Jewish State Offers Five-Point Reciprocal Peace Plan to Arak iiMd from Pag. 1 A ft u ,„„ H| the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Reuven Dafni, Israel consul in New York ;mi director of the Israel office of Information, made a special ;' "on face to <2 ', he flna ? %  w ft S el ing more closely w llh ,K Saes than •&**' %  because of the Guildhall British Prime M ,n, thony Eden. Abandonment or thp r,,., of ' is done by summer, Israelis warn.! Ne ,,?,, l n *?4*" across growing. Egyptian military strength otr f er fi ?$£$m will make the situation worse than ever. Israel circles here favor in prin ciple the support by the United States of projects like the Aswan Dam in Egypt. But the Israelis are asking if Egypt hasn't blackmailed the United States and whether the dam is a reward to Egypt for signing the Czech arms deal. The Israel view on the dam is that if the United States | lend generous financial transit rightis to support 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal Goal Official as 3,000 Volunteers Sought them thinks thej can yet what they ,hl West should extract something j people want by force." Therefore, he in National Fellowship Plan New Year's be National Fellowship UagH hold New Year\ eve party day evening. Dec. 31, at the; zar hotel. "The group, a social oi tion, was formed here mortt year ago for the purpose of i Continued from Page 1 A %  • ; i ited Stati ain i if this yi i i ,, | | | yi i drivi %  Miami agencies • n "i more • J< M H i 1 lewish 1 imilj Miami 'eun I I it ml educational institutions • ooo and ti n sen nd cultural organ! were 119.000 \ %  up ol • institutions Pio W iiner. II the i hnion S icietj re %  ; I i ish App< I drive forward iu reliel work in Israel, the Middle Bast hTeii called upon the boat d dent of wined represents orlewish life in this ; ,., sisted, it is "essential" that Britain. France and the United States reaffirm their readiness to resist aggrcssion. "That is why." he noted. we have pre I in Parliament Ive pact with Israel ir to the pact we haw with Jordan." together to meet in return from Egypt as a contribu friends, explained tion toward regional peace, co operation with the Johnston Pact. secretary, week :am Betty Sic Alton rd., i diae will } %  launched offl' the in lUgural dinner on him an army of 3.000 volun i i work with him, which received %  ,„ u„. %  lions li • year in i ampaign which i on bal bigotr] and I strengthen throu t t!i \ itable ..: %  Appeal Dr. Blumenthal Speaks %  '" %  "nd D our M Blumenthal, •.al clinical %  %  %  Koubek Centei COLORED DAY WORKERS YOUNG UNIFORMED S6 FARE High Type Domestic Weekly Maids ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PHONES 9*36079-3603 Beech Study Group Has Melava Malkah Saturday ( bevra Mishnayos ol Beth Tfilah Congregation held its tirst Mel.r. h ol th n Sat urdaj ei tiing al the -:• nagogue, according to an announcement this week b\ Rabbi Meyer K..'.' i>ri-ithe organization Chevra Mishnayos meets each n orning at Beth i fOah for study sessions under the direction of Joseph Rackovaky and numbers some ;i() members. Hotel Motel Home and ipar mvnt IMOUHP Ownvrtt Wt are her* fo fry yoo with a COMPLtll List OF tlNENS CANNON SHEETS BLANKETS SPREADS PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS DISH TOWElsl Drapes Curtains Bed Pads Plastic Goods Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation Phone 3 87371 SESI06 YOURCllF... tktht m post proWomf World's largttt fast INSMCTION "Set Ye-r (hSdM Dlrecteri IN Orkli Office Neirest Bi* Member of I'nol S rlth V el. Irs oilman sad •>1. I6i JIIIUII NEIREW BOOK ST0RI 417 WaiKmqton Av*., Miami Beack Between Fourth and fifth Si i. NEIREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES fer Synafogues and Private Use Abo fer Hebrew S


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number 23, 1955 pemy Dinner Honor Binder ml n gbenbe r *executive diflheHebrt- Aeademy, an M Wednesday that B. I. Tucll known hotel man and %v loa.ler. will be guest rit the eighth annual din J,hc ftcdem> which will be r„ [be Font;.int>t)1eau hotel 0 evening. Feb. 5. tebnowserving his second prudent of the Academy thool at present has an enrol of over 250 students, who from Hollywood, Coral Ga^ juumi and "thcr sections of ^jjjjv it occupies a half [area at 918 6th St.. Miami Genet, chairman of the jve committee of the school, jut this dinner is honoring r (or hi> intensive campaign an d the facilitiaa of the and his devotion to com. Interests aough Binder is engaged in [commercial activities t his inm children, and other char[activities hanever waned," | declared. ler ii active also in temple ^and recently was chairman Committee in the Israel Bond J A prominent national speakfbeing selected to address the If group. Raliln Alexander S. [is principal "( the school. Noar Schedules MI at North Dade ; reunion ol (amp Near, the up | by the North and Greater : Je*i-h Community Center. held on Thursday after, Dec. 29 at 1 at the North [ %  'IT. rge o( thi program are •.< Mrs. Charles and [rwin Kishncr, from •!\g them anor Sontag, Bterlir.. in Marrow. ^JS^tlhridia,^ Flagler Federal Savings and Loan Plans for Gala Opening on Dec 26Top Businessmen in Official Posts =L"tr S2TS tt £J*H s a !" %  %  Paul n. week a opening F.agler Federal Saving ^n^ Say Association at loo NK 2nd ave Miami. •I am proud of the men assoclatisoan Participate in the opniiig care monies Which Will -tart at 12:30 pm '""and other upming day E ,ses e included in the ptanS Heading the list ol guests duo „, M k ;i "" r, "1 he affair Is Gordon MUtao. singing -tar of mo ti on pictures and mosl recenth star of the Peal h,t "Oklahoma!" Marks Joins other long time Jf'dents of the area ,n the opcra""" "' Flagler Federal. Serving as vice presidents are I. N Meltier "I Miami Shores, and Henry E* WOlff, of Miami Beach Meltzer former appliance distributor and now in the investment business MS lived m Miami since coming from Ke> West in 1932. Wolff pre-ident of the Mortgage Bankers Ol Greater Miami, has lived here since 1935. Markhas been active in civic, economic and political affairs in Golden Agers Slate New Year's Eve Function Here Annual New Year's eve dance and buffet dinner sponsored by the (.olden Age Friendship Club of the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewj !; sn Community Center, will be | held on Saturday evening. Dec. 31. at the Centers auditorium. 450 SW 116th ave., it was announced bv Mrs. Anna Levine. chairman of the affair. Befh Sholom Fathers-Sons Slate Sports Night Fete Eddie Weiner. former AllAmerican football player of New York University and author of "The Damon Runyon Story" and "Let's Go to Press," will be among the sports celebrities who will participate in the Father-Son Night program of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom, Thursday evening. Dec. 29. according to Albert L. Rosen. Men's Club president. Mert Wetstein, sports editor of the Miami Beach Sun. will also be a guest of the club. Among prizes for sons will be autographed baseballs from the Brooklyn Dodgers Baseball Club, according to Harold Granoff, chairman of the affair. Page 7 A Ells to Co-Chair 7 Beth Sholom Affair Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell, of 16 Island ave., Miami Beach, have been appointed co-chairmen of the annual college brunch tendered each year to homecoming college students by Temple Beth Sholom, according to an announcement byRalph Spero, Temple president. The brunch will be held on Monday. Dec. 26, in the Temple banquet hall. rxc 3C Remember The Bird Cage for Parakeets, Finches, Canaries, love Birds 5772 SUNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI Phone MO 1-0118 cd with me in this organisation, and I know they join me in directing the operation of the Flagler Federal Savings so that it will play an important role in the growth and development ol the area while being ol service to the people of I r Miami Marks d ai he relea ted plans [or the gala opening scheduled for Tuesday, Dec 26. Mark. | Joseph s Guernpresidenl ol the State ol FieriASSOCIATED DETECTIVES 'Heart Disease' is Subject Dr. Seymour L. Alterman will be guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith, Tuesday noon. Dec. 27, at the DiLido hotel. His subject will be Heart Disease." PAINTING INTERIOR & EXTERIOR REASONABLE QUICK SER'/ICE NE 50294 Small Loan Company I Wants to borrow from private {investors on secured collateral j in amounts of $10,000.00 to i SI00,000.00. Will pay 12% per I annum interest. (Payable monthly; Write: C. L c/o Box 2973, Miami 18 =>IC JflC :x>c xt WANTED CAMP REPRESENTATIVE FOR COED PENNSYLVANIA CAMP. Good opportunity for person with proper contacts Write stating bckgroi nd. etc. Possibility of summer position at camp. Write M. N., c o Box 2973. Miami 18. MtC Dt>C 2UC TWIN BEDROOM SE exposure, private bath and entrance. SW section in home with couple. Ph. HI 8-4101. FOR SALE Amazing, delectable Papayas. Organically grown, no poison sprays. 10 pounds $2.00 delivered in Miami area. Michael Traub, Grower, 901 West Palm Drive, Florida City, Florida. 1 SJ.E. 79th STREET OF NORTH t, CENTRAL AMERICA, INC. Phone PL 8-3806 8ISCAYNE PLAZA, ROOM 213 MIAMI, FLA. Henry f. Wolff inly over many years. Born in Kej West, he came to Miami in 1932. Me Is a practicing Bttornej i nd a member of the Bowl Committee, as well :> active in University of Florida alumni affairs Th • new building, already wellestablished as the "copper-top" i uilding m the downtown section, was designed by the famous Miami architect, Alfred Browning Parker. HALF-DAY FISHING TRIPS NO FISH NO PAY Only $3.00 YACHT SAILFISH 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Children $1.50. Pie>7. City Yacht Basin, Miami. Free Bait & Tackle. SPECIAL—Father A Son to 12 years $4.25. Phone FR 3-4811 or 82-1544 MORTGAGE INVESTORS ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SAFE 10% MORTGAGE INVESTMENT ON DADE COUNTY PROPERTY? Phona Mr. Spear at 82-6414. World Mortgage Service, 217 Roper Bldg., Miami, Florida. MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL • •ViNOO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Manners Shop at TIMER'S Dade Monuments, Inc. 3223 S.W. 8th STREET Phone HI 4-2018 Catering Exclusively to the Jewish Clientele We are one of Miami's Leading Jewish Monument Dealers KOSHER BUTCHER WELL KNOWN, LONG TIME IN BUSINESS, looking for employment, butcher store, hotel, restaurant or institution. Call JE 1-1682. The Signature Shop ATTRACTIVE HANDMADE GIFTS for Every Age and Taste Many Can Be Personalized or Ordered to Specifications 3139 Commodore Plaia, Coconut Grovt AND 1-TnllFT. %  F O O D STORES } 17S1 NE. 2nd At. • 57M Bird Rd %  %  fr*. s,. •'H4P, • aito s.w. sth St. aasa De It.* Blvd. Cat* Goblet • 13020 NE. 1th kit. North Miami • 3050 N.W. 7th Stroot Parker, secretary of Flakier Ftd, I ral.ea.no lo M. a m. from B4.>ton.n [Si He is known Internationally for his work m arrlutecturc. Treasurer for the group Is TUdo .,,,,, owtWOfHoUdj, Tours r athne Babeockrealtor, and LSTD. Keith. Miami attomajr, LiU U I.K'.I.H' %0&J55?kY l Miami Board of Realtors Salesman School Starts Dec. 27 Mon. Wed. Fri. 7 -10 p.m. 4 weeks $50 DR. FRANCIS J. CARLUCCI, Dean learn to pass real estate exam Also learn to earn Backed by 400 Miami Realtors PHONE FR 3-8386 Control! S Year | SUit^ BOND GUARANTY | • %  AM BRT Wtll-STIOI TIST • lUSTtllsRUS TISMITI JOIt: Phone 9-1761 TRULY NOLEN, inc. ilh (i -..do <. largest Pe%t Control Cc f*=\ GRAND OPENING SPECIAL! Imported Italian Straw $100 Tote Bag Only %  ri.k • Att • WNIt • BUtk • li l h,l •* ft LhV.miiiitr. %  • • %  trim It yoofitlf t ?.",• mtm km •" •*•''••" %  ** IteHi 7*4 fruit to o it itk. Only • <•• DO-IT-YOURSELF CRAFT SHOP .52s N.W. nth M ^ g gimmmm LOT t.' 1



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Page 10 B +Jelsl>thrkMan Fridc MiLTON FRiEBMAN — Dr. Byroade Treats Egyptian Neur JEWS FROM GERMANY IN THE UNITED STATES. Edited by Eric E. HirshUr. 182 pp. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Cudahy. $3.00 By HILARY MINDLIN PUBLISHED UNDER the auspices of the American Federation of Jews from Central Europe. Inc.. which is a nationwide nonprofit organization of Jewish Nazi victims. "Jews from Germany in the United States" is a collection of five MMJf by scholars and historians. Each NM)I deals with some aspect of German-Jewish immigration to Amerua —their influence on American Jewish spiritual life in the 19th century, their cultural contributions, and a general picture of their participation here from colonial times to the present. The aim. writes Dr Max Gruenewald. president of the AFJCE, Inc.. is "to throw light upon neg lected or misunderstood phases of German Jewish history, and to write its last pages. Our hope is that thc.se efforts will help to restore the image of the German Jew." Thus there are accounts, with which readers of only one or two Tercentenary books are probably already familiar, of such notables as Guggenheim, Sehgman. Straus. Bloomingdale. and of course the earlier Grab and Franks, to name only a few. Although it is mentioned that to cite thiM>rt of Information is to ba concerned mostly with "the attitude! and actions of the small group which made good in America in iiu' yean not immediate!} following its arrival," there is a general attempt to link German Jewish culture and background to achievements in America. • • • • • I CONFESS to bewilderment I cannot understand how any German Jew writing today can (till D0 SO enraptured with his birthplace, can Wish still to identify himself tproii-IK | as "Yea, German." and can point with such unmistakable delight t>> his straggle to remain as German as possible Were tins book %  sociological study, 1 could better understand: but it is not. And what is perhaps moat revealing is the tact that there have been almost no books on the Polish Jews, or the Russian Jews. <>r the Spanish—there have only been l>ooks on all the Jewish immigrants t igether. The Germans are singularly alone in wishing to be counted in a lump aa Germans I find in the very reason lor writing this book %  ntinuation of that tame loathed philosophy --Dcutschland Ueber Alles iwhat it comedown to which should have nude "German" the foulest curse in the language. Nor do I tind any logical basis f.-, r thibook. It seems axiomatic that a German Jew who arrived in this country became an American Jew of German birth, not | German Jew who happened to live in America Yet it appears characteristic of the German, and of him alone, that he hated tinidea and that he made every effort to continue to regard himsell aa devotedly German, particularly whenever that highly-touted •culture" was mentioned The greet ethu-s of that "culture" has had its recent flow(rmwhat -hall we >ay it flowered into? into soap?— and I find it incredible that Jews who had the misfortune to be born in German) should now look proudly back and scrabble in the still-warm ashes ol their sell respect lor glints of former glories I' seems to me that there is only one thing about Germany to be remembered by a Jew, to t>e recalled with black hatred and rending Oi clothes; aa for the rest I would wring it from memory in honor of those who were wrenched from their lives. Let the German Jews stand with their lc How Jews for a change, or they profane us all. Henry A. Byroade, VS. Ambassador to Egypt, sees himself as a s.nt of international psychiatrist. Dr. Byroade's analysis of the Communist-Egyptian arms deal was that it would enhance peace prospects because Egypt's "fears" of Israel might subside as Egypt became stronger and more "secure." Egypt, according to Dr. Byroade. has an inferiority complex arising from its military defeat by Israel. The Byroade prescription calls for the cession of Negev territory by Israel to repair Egypt's damaged ego. This formula would enable Egypt to regain prestige and equilibrium, thus facilitating a return of American influence. Isra?l looks on this remedy with growing depression and illusions of persecution. The Byroade school of psychiatry apparently prescribes "shock therapy" treatment for Israel. Leader of Israel have taken a clinical look a the prognosis and told the international psychiatrist, in effect. "Doctor, heal thyself." No terri. tory will be ceded by Israel to satisfy Egyptian neuroses. State Department policy planners, fearful of growing Soviet influence in Egypt, have indicated a tendency to take Byroade's ideas seriously. At the same time the "Spirit of Geneva" has given way to the "Spirit of Cairo," an equally phony peace offense conceived by Egypt to mask war preparations against Israel. The British and American Governments, in the opinion of some Israelis, have been duped by the Arabs into thinking that the Arabs rather than Israel are for peace at this juncture. Moscow peace doves are zooming across Egyptian skies. Such "doves" are jet-propelled, nomenclature MIG15. Will Jan. 30 bring anoth?Munich? That is what Israel • ants to know. On that date British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden meets in Washington with PtaaJ. oses dent Eisenhower tr> At wov it, by c.tmg t^ uSS Nne partition plan ii J ^ofterrftHL compromise" rZ^3 J* in our tim e ." P H be determined from th? Embassy ,f Ede „ umbrella to WasWnguY Exploiting the li ne tag might break out if JJ l J ders territory, Egypt u i "ting troop training JR ( ommunut weapons uL,l of ^. cars beanngsS have crossed the Suef' bound 1(ir he Gaa f the State Department isT action on the Israel an hoping thereby to prevent| Egyptian estrangement Washington. U.g_ j^ pointing to peace noisJ Cairo and London, say %  sale of arms to Israel at) might cause an •'arms i fit a III S0 HWAttTZ — Generous Sir Anthony and Other Stori Pmml Mwmi l.-wtliut avatian SAUL 0 Iff Ml V — At Least Some Progress is Being Made On Dec 10, the United Nations—and millions of I N backers throughout the world — celebrated Human Rights Daj i hat date is the anniversarj oi the i er.ii Assembly session in • n 1948 oi the I niversal Declaration ol Hu Here, the Genera] Asaembl) i con,. ponsible for human rights measures busy di other matt n half oi %  two I un in : its. It ha %  i talk, tie %  i c (aetoi i h h U s la "i >'•• oi all people, ki i well; the gi >ol hum all : not be expo t< d in a but IIS Til SiERBTY — Nations, in spite of all skepticism, has made a start toward improvement in the field of human rights The United Nations has adopted a convention on the political rights of women, in the spirit of the sraal Declaration of Human Rights Certainly "'• ,l i'" Americans are loo prone to look the fact that in manj actions of the world ll tUeJJj n. rights at all. All peoples everywhere and again, Jewa partieuas prog) i | | nited \ with tl i n the rij hi to li 1 till a problem in t'. l(ll ,, tunati utlawry witn problem lh the pi iflmg no i I given no a one ol the i h ot WfJ i tatus ol •!,by the Unit The Jerusalem Post, commenting on Mr. Eden's proposal that peace might be made by Israel giving Egypt some of the Negev, says his act recalls the old Jewish storyv about the rabbi who was dying. Members of his congregation gathered about the open Ark. One member of the congregation pleaded with God to spare the life of the rabbi, offering in return that he would give one year of his own life if God would spare the rabbi for another year. Another member of the congregation offered God a better bargain. He could take two years of his life if He would but spare the rabbi for two years. A third member offered to donate 15 years on this basis. The others were aghast. "How?" they asked the third member, "can you give 15 years of your life? You are not so young yourself. If you give 15 years, you will have only a few left!" "Don't worry." said the man, "I am not giving 15 years of my life. I am giving my wife'i Mr. Eden can afford to be generous on a similar basis, ffj is not giving hs own. He is giving Israel's. Of his own, he is not so generous. Take Cyprus for instance. He i> not giving any of that away. Il we recall correct!y. it was .Mr. Eden who organized the Arab I-eague. which has not been to.) good I thing even for England. nd under him becomes a H Garden of Eden, all ^_ was that it is not shit] cracked up to be. • A small man has got to] up for it in some way. doesn't saj too much si/e of people. We doatl whether Moses was big orf Heine says that when Mo on ML Sinai, it was Mo. was a mountain, but Heia not thinking in terms of pa General Joe Wheeler] fought in the Civil W| Spanish American wan wee initu of man. 0nj geant came into General 1 tent looking (or Wheeler! was here a moment ago,' Wade, and I didn't set out Look behind thecr rel." • • Paul Muni was greeted i tremendous ovation, retu his role ol Clarence Dan "Inherit the Wind.'' Mm perfectionist. I read in preparing for the rolei row. Mum listened for records of Harrow's voice. | told i similar story about 1 preparation for his role III i er, Juaret Be went to i log, bei the librai Mexico Cit| attend I tfveWj and fcfui sit n d *; the s i %  get tlj at loaderj went RORMS SMOLAR — The Synagogue in Amcriq Federal Aid to Parochial Schools Rejected A large majority of the participants at th. cenHy-concluded White Mouse Co n Education rejected public aid to parochial educational institutions. This Hand was aniveraally welcomed by American Jewish groups who have long ad\oc ration of church iron 'ate. The conference recognized the right ol parents to educate their children in non-public schools in acc-opiance with American tradition It ed, howupper! for private school mfe. ed to corporate gifts, grants and tuition fi Concurrent with the conference report, the Protestant National Council of Churches express. .| %  similar point of view. The council's general board said that full support for private schools should be provided by those who choose to maintain them. Sttl ," %  I liberals because ol a recent ann ,„,. Ionian ( at hoi, 1 Bishops declared ih.,. parochial ... Iu „ entso h r7 ,m •if the American educational systi W the 1.800 participants 1M „,.. Wh; Yet despite their numerical minority, the sues of particular interest ,„ Jewish groups „ involving separation of church and state The conferences emphasis on human relations Sl Cr8rOUP Under ^" d •hailed b> J '. de egates as a recognition that the school's taJk Tn volves more than teaching the Three Rv' There is more talk during the last few years about the roll the synagogue in American Jewish li!. than ever before Dui t ten years, since the en I of the war. the number of • i~ grown lerabty. To a great extent not so much to infeeling among American Jewry but to the i for • 'le!onging." This is ,Uy true in the ba and in the smaller towns "lore almost all Christians are seen in church on Sundays. When the Christian neighbor is a rhurchgoer. the Jew must beI synagogue-goer l though in the large city he never thought ig a synagogue. Furthermore, his children attend various affairs in the suburban synagogue center, practically forcing him to become a aynaurhia." mam wl l much praise or £" th.s i : • : irl Z-a ,,v traimnt writer on Jewish artiB| nit/er hi '"• lll > prt5r :„stor> syn^ogue m thii countr the Brst day that Je*' haraJOO years ago tj time.



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Page 2 B +Jewis* fkrkHam -^IS^T. Decemberi /: emimne fair: (J rwe smj to please the young fry when the> troop in after school, hungry as little bears and eager to rani the neare-t tie jar Ju-t bake these calonced, l us c i o us Carrot Cookie* 1 cup >ifted flour I teaspoon baking powder teaspoon salt ': cup vegetable -hortemruj. %  mod a Ith 1 egg and 1 cup honey and meal cup fin* trots. %  le i ra l t -a.spoon \ a nilla siit to athi. tha tir-t three dry i ., mixing bowl. m tii • sh irtening !i and hakhw -oda in am ther boa I bine th ra i mia Iding the oal raw ( rrol bitand raisina while m bring Add flavor Drop tioni the Up of %  poon onto %  e*ell greeaad or aluminum Hnod i >okie -beet and Ratten each with the tine<>i a fort M.ike in a preheated men 12 minutes at Ml or mi lightly browned (an be -'ored lor weektoo. Yieldapproximately 50 < ookies. Variations: i cup chopped nuts ass) be added to tht dry mixture before combining with the rest of the ingredients. Btrry-Chiffon Filling package raspberry or strawberry flavored gelatin cup any fruit juice egg white cup heavj cream, whipped cup powdered -ugai cups drained canned or (roaM berries | >olk Diaaolve gelatia la hot water and -tir in fruit juice, (hill till partially set then beat with a rotars beater till frothy Beat egg white -till and fold in Beat cream %  and fold into the beaten egg white. Combine the two mixtureby fold"rfn Snore Onta 22 l to *>e used CXDTI therapy putp ed m .the f l \ el nf!. andj for prt> ical A ( and answer pi regarding icy will be cundue<> I urice Pearlstein, director of the Home, and Mrs. He a t ease s are the Mcsdames (eba r^manuel. Ofttl Green Tillic Jaker, Krma Meyers, Olga Metxl, El berg, Lena Pagan. A. R. Averbrook, Lexta Datvtar, Hen Iman, Maurice Hertz, lsidor Cohen. Abe Hurwitz, Jack Udell. Sol Oppenheim. Lena Kirshhaum and Rae Murray. Mrr. iheanpcial room at the Home \tr M .. WNG-DlSTAlfcT MOVER Albany, Bost.n, f ,'„-Jfi£* other points. Ht: DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RAT M. UEBERMAN & S -COLL INS AVE Rebekuh Official to be feted I BOHB, president ol Rebekah Assembly of the State of la. Will make her official visit Sunshine Rebekah i odge 9 on day, Dec 27. she will be lea |Ue1 in her honor at the Royal Hungarian restaurant the same evening, to Di I Uowed meeting at Sunshine Rel meeting hail. 1828 Alton id Mrs. Sol SibitrMaH Musical Sktt Slated At Auxiliary Meet ater Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jiwish Home for the Aged. will preened • surprise musical skit dedicated to Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, treasure chest chairman, at the next general meeting on Tuesday noon. Dec 27. in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. The skit was written by Mrs. Sol Silverman. president, and will be enacted by the Mesdames Ben Hammerman. Ben Rakoff. Helen Sparber. Herman Jacobs, Irving Prankel. Charles Frutchman and Milton Morris, accompanied by Mrs Irving Nelson at the piano. Mrs. Jack Udell will be narrator; Members celebrating birthdays ing in lightly Add sugar to the and wedding anniversaries in the 1 i.. 1 1 berries, to taste, and fold into the whipped mixture a* lightly as possible Turn into the cooled baked pie -hell which should be brushed with egg yolk to prevent soggines. Some of the berries may be u-ed for garnishing if desired. Oranoo-Cuttord Pie Filling 3 egg yolks 1 i cup sugar 3 tablespoons flour % cup orange juice (fresh or frozen—diluted) 3 tablespoons lemon juice 4 teaspoon grated orange rind 2 tablespoons water 3 egg whites A dash of salt Combine all ingredients except egg whiteand -alt Cook in top of double boiler over hot water stirring till thick and creamy. Set aside t-i cool Beat egg whites and salt till stiff but not dry and fold into the cooked cu-tard as soon as cooled. Turn into pre baked pie shell, slip under broiler to brown lightly. month of December will be honored by Mrs. Morris Kriegel, social secretary. 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