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The Jewish Floridian ( December 30, 1955 )

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WJumeliT-Nuinbar 52 Combining THE JEWISH UNtTY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Frid ay, Decent in IQ^T nidliiaun 1 Price 20* 0MF1 DELEGATION UNCOVERS PROOF OF SYRIA'S AGGRESSION lammarskjold Mission Focuses Attention On Need Of Peace Security Council Diplomat Plans Triplto Major Near East Capitals for 'Talks' > NE\\ \()RK (JTA) — New moves to seek a definitive solution to the problems besetting the Middle East were under way this week as fast-moving developments centering around the beleaguered State of I. hemmed in by the enmity of its Arab neighbors, led to increasing ution (ii the necessity for an accord. At week'cud. United Nations Security Council General Secretary Dag Hammarskjold announced to a news conference that he would visit 111 Aviv. Cairo, Beirut and the capitals of the other Arab states, as part of a two-month tour Mr. Hammarskjold while not specifically visiting Middle Easl on a peace talks mission, will attempt to use his good offices with the governments Of that area to effect some kind of a rapproachment between the conflicting count: Mr. Hammarskjold early this week arrived in Miami for what has been reported to be "a brief vacation," Refusing to speak with newsmen, he dashed from his Eastern Airlines plane in Miami airport to be spirited away by a waiting automobile that had been rented by his aide —only identified as "Mr. Nallo." It was not learned if the Swedish diplomat's sojourn in Miami is a prelude to his Near East tour. Meanwhile, the United States. Britain and France were conferring on the wording of a resolution to be proposed to the UN Security Council, which is now considering Syria's complaint against Israel in connection with the battle at Lake Tiberias on Dec. 11. Syria, which had demanded that Israel be censured, ousted from the United Nations and have economic sanctions le J !' %  Israel Ambassador Abba Eban (center) shakes hands with Jacob Sher, host at a dinner of Greater Miami Jewish Federation officials in Westview Country Club Wednesday even:;;:;. Eban, shown welcomed here as he alighted from his plane, told Miami leaders that this community's role is a major one in the struggle for Israel's survival. Shepard Broad, Mayor of Bay Harbour Islands, looks on. MBR THAT U .S. GRANT OF ARMS WOULD STILL LEAVE ISRAEL FAR BEHIND Ebon Ulls Miami Leaders His Government Must Continue Defense and Immigration Programs to Hilt ||JAmbjssador to the United States and chief jested JS^^JSS^SZ SS "What Mr Eden wants is territorial concessions on the part of the Jewish State.' Ambassador Khan surmised, "and I therefore doubt very much if anything at all could come from peace talks which he might lead. Its absurd." he explained, "for anyone to keep talking about Israel, which is the size of New Jersev. giving up territory to the Arabs, who have land equivalent in size to the United States cautious statement, the Israeli diplomat indilite to the ( nited Nations Abba Eban arrived I Kami Tuesday at 4:96 p.m. to address an emeries meeting of the Combined Jewish Appeal Moesday evening in Westview Country Club. iK Ambassador proceeded immediately to the %  sSouci hotel, where he met newsmen in a brief ifcrtnce on the current and explosive Near East "ition The Israeli diplomat frankly confessed Britainv Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden— b on tu. occasions during the past month vied against her. cannot submit her own resolution tormally. since -IK is not a member of the Council. Counteracting the Syrian request. Ambassador Eban asked the Security Council "to take effective action against the "aggressive Syrian encroachments" on Israel territory and submitted documents proving that Syrian military authorities issued orders to fire upon Israeli fishermen and to regard Lake Tiberias as "Syrian territory." Under the armistice agreement, all of Lake Tiberias is included in Israel territory, plus an eleven-yard strip of land on the side bordering Syria. Before the meeting opened. Mr. Eban circulated among the members of the Council a sheaf of documents captured by Israel during the Dec. 11 raid showing that the Syrian high command had deliberately ordered violation of the armistice agreement by ordering its troops to fire on Israel shipping on the northeastern corner of the -BULLETINSMaj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns. United Nations truce chief, met for two hours Wednesday with Col. Salah Golar. Egyptian director of Palestinian affairs. After the session, Burns reported "preliminary progress." No mention was made of the offer of Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion for face-to-face talks with Egyptian top-level officials. The offer was transmitted by Israel through Burns. lake, which is wholly within Israel territory. Later, Mr. Eban underscored a point to the effect that Ahmed Shukairy. Syrian delegate, did not deny the authenticity of Continued on Page 8 A In a cauuoua %  ••— 1 %  „,,<. .ha, %  y j y. *; JgSvn',. ,, fU „ D ro im mom CHANOK up to the I nited Nations and the Western powers to deal honestly with the Arabs who are now re | reiving I stockpile of weapons supplied by Soviet Russia Early Wednesday, Ambassador Khan met with Greater Miami Jew,-h Federation officials at the Algiers hotel to discuss the present On Wednesday evening, Mr and Mrs. Jacob Sher were hosts 10 top Federation leS Jewish community workers a Westview The Ambassador urged lh t Miami mobilize to meet Is r; „.| needin the Near East In regard to bis governments rtotiest m November for arms from be United Stales. Mr ;;„.,, that -wen ,f the Pent** grants the request, the amount w „uid be eonalderabU to than what Bgypl ,s now receiving from Communist UWrcei I„ an urgent statement he ug j* Averell Horrimon of New York (right) accept! a bronze u, 8 ? res n,,n <3 *• 19*5 rfistadrut Humanitarian Awara in ^ ~--—Waldor! Astoria, in the prwemew of 1.000 business and L^ that Mm.i lead tn > ^ers. P !" ^ uJ^,. or. Dr. Dav Biegun. | j Jj ^"'^^ funa cam* •ecretory. and Joseph Schlossbsrg. national chair[* %  ^^^ on p flt 2A the Israel Histadrut eampakrD Morocco Orders Jewish Area Elections Cancelled CASABLANCA (JTA) — The Moroccan Government has ordered the cancellation of Jewish community elections throughout Morocco. The sudden order came on the eve of the elections. It M a issued by Premier Bekkai and conveyed to the communities over the telephone. It is assumed that the order is related to the impending changes in Moroccan legislation. Hitherto Jewish communal elections were not valid until approved by the Grand Vizier. A new statute is expected in the very near future define the status of the Jewish communities. Earlier, it was learned that the rift within the Jewish communities in Morocco over the naming of a Jewish member to the Moroccan Cabinet has resulted in demonstrations and street fighting in Marrakesh, one of the largest Jewish communities in the country. Police were forced to use tear gas to disperse the demonstrators. There were no casualties. The post of Minister for Post and Telegraph in the Moroccan Cabinet, was assigned Dr. Ben-Zaquen, chief physician of the OSE. Meanwhile, a meeting of the Organization of Young Moroccan Jews adopted a resolution urging Prime Minister Bekkai to choose for the Cabinet post a Jew who could be considered "a patriot." ;



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P. c 9 2 &f + kmiaincr*Jtotl than Tells Miami Leaders Israel Must Continue Defense, Immigration Plans Continued from Pag* 1 A Dr. Kaplan to be Guest at Beth David Annual Social Function paign to assist Israel in continuing her immigration program tor Jews from Morocco. "Your share in this drive ii> $375,000," he said, "a minISCUM number but significant in that it represents a figure beyond your 19M CJA goal. "Israel needs tins emergency IUIHI today more than ever," tlie uill \H' Israeli diplomat warned. "With mj Kaplan arnmeat's budget principall) | )r Kaplan hi i weU-knem augiven over to defense purposes to n, „ „ r educator and executive day, it would be disastrous if we director of the Bureau <>t Jewish Pinna were announced thia wet k for the inauguration el an annual dinner dance as one of the social highlights ol the season at Beih David < onuregation. The first ol these dances will bo held on Sun day evening, Jan 8. in the Cotillion ballroom of the I>il Ido hotel Honored guesta for the evening l>i and Mrv LoUfa I. should have to abandon our humanitarian efforts in order to fight for our safety. Both programs must continue defense and Lounigra lion -if the purposes of the JewiaJl State are to be realized." Mr Kb.m told his Wednesda) evening audience at Westview thai Education in Baltimore, Hd He is dean ol the Baltimore Hebrew College ami Teachers Training School and a member of the board of regents University of Maryland Dr. Kaplan conducted HJtuilOU at Beth David durum the High .Hoi> Days ol 1W54 "Dr Kaplan's the Arabs would prefer to see N „ min ,i fail. But we can not afford to fail it we are to survive Yours is a interpretationand sharp observationmade a profound iinmajor role survival in the struggle for our 100 Club Elects Sherman President \eu presides}! of the 100 club i i Dade County la AI Sherman. Southern -alemanager for a me chanic's supplj firm He sw lit n Zion Ginsb i her offi< en • %  '.< %  > b d at the eeting this month an L first vi< dent; s.un .i., MHI it/, second \ u > 11. N Peter Brooks treasurer lb len i Kecutive to the board %  >! ^sevitskv i Miami *!£? *** *3 '" its third year nl •? "> this area • e f Sombergs Get Top Prize in Chanuka Decoration Contest Announcement was made this week ol the winnerin*the .sixth annual Chanuka home decoration contest of the Coral CattleJawiafa Center b\ Babbi MornA Skop and hicommittee of ludgtll head ed bj Cantor Irving Robinson. Kir.-I prize < nt to Mi and Mrs. .lack Somberg, M09 Harlano, Coral Gables Others are second prize J and Mrs Will,am Pallet, 8516 A! bra Circle. Coral Gabies; third price, Mr. and MrCharles Finkel818 i Btalonia, Coral Gables; and honorable mention. Mr and MiVictoi Levine, 55 sw ;ji-t rd Miami Prizes H-II! be awarded at Friday evening sen ice on Jan. 13. BITH ISRAEL C0NGREGAT COPNC* 4OTH tmiri ANNOUNCES THE SECOND ANNUAL ION BANQUET D. L.DO HOTEL. SUNDAY JANUARY 5 95(J AM m ,m V "-. -AW „ ACM UAL Bi TO TAKC PLAC1 AT TMl RABBI H LOUIS ROTTMAN WILL BE INSTALLED BY RABBI DR OSCAR Z. FASMAN OIITINCUIIHIO PRKSIOINT Or HIMt THIOLOGICAL COLLKC Or CHICAGO GUEST ARTIST WILL BE CANTOR PHILIP H. BRUMMER FOR RESERVATIONS CALL JE S 1281 STR.CTLY KOSHEA CUBjSJ Si5 PER COUP, 1 COLORED DAY WORKERS YOUNG UNIFORMED $6 1 FARE Ho... Help "* TyPf ,mC,,it W k y R „ „ ACE EMPLOYMEN T SERVICE PHONES d 360?"9 3608 BESIDE YOU*$ILF... •Ma peet problemr World's Largttl fast •NIPICTION "Set Vaar ClttilM HntHn far Orkia OfJtt Ncaml Yas Mimbir of B'nol B'rirh j \ S!• I roffliiian M. Itcpliun HEBREW BOOK STOII 417 Wuiliinaton Av.., Miumi Beach Betwetn fourth and Fifth St$. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES far Synogofutt and Privet* Ui* Alts for Hebrew Schoalt 01DC "2TO T*lohR* JE l-f017 SAfi Cfiri'fCATIS Uot?i Matvl Home ami Apart] mvnt UUUHV Oirnvrs Wa are Aere fa ssrvt you with m COMPUTl UNI OF UHlHi CANNON SHEHS *1LANKETS ^SPREAD! PIUOW CASK BATH TOWELS DISH TOWELsl Drapes — Curtains — Bed Pads Plastic Goods Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation 120 N.E. 9th Street Phone 3-8737 \ C lotad Sotwrdoy-Qyen Swndoy Ample Parkisf I IRVIMC B1ASIERG. Vica-frssMosf ABE EISEN8EUG, Treaiw. NOW ON NORMANDY ISLE Riverside-Bead MEMORIAL CHAPEL Itatfc tIII HtWIIH N. i. |M M M w yMa AV|k Prescription Specialists 350 IINCOIN ROAD Intranet on Wnthingfan A**nw* Ph.ne JE S-742S UM IISCAYNE BOULEVARD Acfon trtm Start 'w f'srfclsf in Rear Phone 12 2091 OCULISYSPRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES *AJGUS1 KOi >, POUt CONVENIENT LOCATIONS fHfaini Beach and Miami 1236 Washington Avt. 1850 Alton Road JE 17777 JE 4-2100 1250 N BHwandy Dr. West Hafler 4 20th Ae. ON 5-2222 -2664 T. M. eUtM. fwmtrml Oiracfar %  NNtWYOtRt 74tti Street snd Amstard.* *"



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is: Dec ember 30. 1955 Itori^Jhrklton rtrew University's Director General Brings Messaoelere Lrnard fherrick, director tie achievement of Israel', first and educated in ^ C,C %  '%  :; %  ] isn *•Dr f'' %  i niVermity will be guest a junction sponsor..! f ; Miami chapter. ZM Fri oi the Hebrew • %  ..|„, .Mtay iveoinji. %. i -, laduled to ar nexl week. On i >n S, he will idinnei in his honor at the Rubin, chapNortn BeyafaoM Wend omo Rubin week explained ere to discuss i ho role of He.,. ,, the Israel scene „ dJ u-: wh Vmerican Jews I Ho internationally renow er learnin Dr. Cherries: i bta| i m ol top importance ',-V I,,'"'" L n s, '" "" lan to local leade, w \ tl iS S phj v Ul Jan 4 affair a, lhe Seville lift '" M One of the r*ft*1 dynamic per ^ ua ''V'''' M sonalitieft and br.II,:,. • ^ l.'l V the world Jewisl ,„.,. I'' 1* !" a < >'"-' i hool rick is famous i | | e knowl i """ 1 and universal appeal throu ;h' herrick out Jewish circle \ ing synaj he skillfnllv inform*) .; ond n "ntil .nterpret the politiun '" ""' ol war cal. cultural and v l hi the army of Israel through the %  his discharge scholar and fighter, but he enrich"',"!' ,"" 1 "" %  a the experiences of his audiences h l upon in through his lectures,' Mrs 1; •aid. the Jewi h National ther the scholas. Dul.lin-born. Dr. Cherrick u ,, ,:i ne ApGreal Britain i.. 194-1 lombincd Appeal Names Serbin To Head Business-Pro Division he j o(n s 1 internationally irer of Serbin hipns anil a prominent civic amed chairman and Professions 1958 Combined aoouncn. ierbina appointrman Sam J. stated that the iioi which annually as|"oo n sponsibility for I' et ~ ing real Britain In led in [si I with the Hebrew Univerworld director ol organ. I information. In 1953 amed to the Imp directoi | ,,, ,|„, H... Il loard ol herrick ., speaker Community ( best and oilier welfare programs He i~ a vice ; dent at Beth Sholom Serbin Fashions was founded in Cleveland by Berbin and his broth, er. Lewis I. Serb,,, The firm mov;,/,,;',,? ed it, headquarters ,„ Miami ,-,',' 1951. In addition to its local plant '"' '" H the firm has a factory al Kale,,,., ft villa. Tenn mm nne-half of the cts this year high for their „ a r i critical needs |, r tl ,1, the US. and I the local munitjr. ^Serbr wa> < the local busileaderw ho headed the e ;mi1 year and was nsible the group's wment : ever $668,000 in drhe [itib-.r. hi%  an active role 1 pn. IUS atioo campaigns vi> 1 of the Manuiunri. Di\ n in 1954. He is %  artier ol federation board [imcrneiexecutive comand car was appoint [fcy Fedvr.i president Stan'i icad the publicity 'committee. [Tl* new chairman has 11 busy i m other comMl an! us activities. rms 'he 1 vears. he has chain:. -a the Temple %  ta Shol ding fund and An munity service by Serbin has been his sponsorship of the Serbin open golf tournament, which las) attracted leading w.imen pros to Miami Beach. Proceeds went to charity, and the event brought ad ditional national fame to Miami Beach as a sports resort. An entirely 'new campaign structure for the Business and Pro fessions Division is planned by Serbin and top leaders of business and industry in Dade county. According to the new plan, a group of co-chairmen and an independ-1 ent advisory council will be estab lished. with each of these two bodies assisting the general chair man with the job of reaching all : businesses and professions in Dade counts In addition, a group of 40 industry and trader chairmen will be assigned the responsibility of reaching all members ol their spa* cific business during the short Zionists to Honor Jacob Fishman Jacob (' Fishman. veteran Zionist leader, will he honored at a meeting of the Miami BeachIsrael Zionist luncheon club on V/ednesdaj noon. Jan. 4, in the Raleigh hotel. Philip Salmon, local attorney land luncheon chairman, said that the testimonial to Fishman will 1 held i: i-itions with campaign period Drosd Luggage & Novelty Co. "Te BPS* for lt" Genm'nt liorher Belts and lugqage I I I Ut A Sho-s Repaired AMllimUd with KING'S SHOE REBUIIDERS 'U ALTON ROAD, MIAMI IEACH PHONE JE 8-9487 for four HEALTH'S SAKE visit A CHIROPRACTOR Dr. Arthur H. Shapiro IHUIKOIN ROAD, SUITI 524 PHONE JE 1-0113 announcing... Zippy's Rent-a-Car Service JOHNNIE & MACK BEACH BRANCH Page 3 A A l Two committees of rabbis are covering Jewish communities ol Honda during the holiday recess in a survey of Jewish scouting, religion in the public schools, expanding adult Jewish education and expanding Jewish youth activities. Coverng the East Cocst are (left to right) Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Rabbi Morris R KK P resident of ,he Association of Florida Rabbis; and Kabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Zamora Jewish Center spiritual leader and chairman of scouting. Covering the West Coast are Rabbi Joseph Asher, association secretary; Rabbi Samuel vice president; and Rabbi Henry Okolica, treasurer. REV. ABRAHAM SEIF Mohel Associated With All Hospitals in Greater Miami Telephone JE 1-3840 Katz's Kosher Restaurant PHONE JE 1.7235 II j J 500 COLLINS AVENUE FINEST QUALITY FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES Let Us Arrange Your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Open Engagements and other Social Functions 1 to 9 p. • • Comolimntarv Wine with IVn"*Fnd'v N : "ht Daily 1100 5th STREET ^NE JE 8-531 MIAMI BEACH Jacob Fishman honor "one of the outstanding Jewish leaden in the community." Fishman wa.several years auo chosen ai "outstanding salesman' for State of Israel Bonds and visited the Jewish State in the summer of 1952 He il a board member of Temple Beth Sholom. as well as on tb| b04Ud Of the Miami Beachbnel Zionist District Kishman also Is a member of the board of Governor! of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Among KuesU al the luncheon j meeting will be Kabbi Leon Kro-, nish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. | of Temple Beth Sholom. i i i "noruuiD ntvici COULTON BROS. 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Page 4 A fJmistnorMtor) d tha Jawiah Weakly. Member of tha Jawiah Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, Worldwide Newa Service. National Editarlal Aaaoclation, Ami'. can Aaaoclation of English -Jewiah Nawapapara, Florida Praia Aaaociation. OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The Jewiah PlorMlan rtoea not marMtew th# Kaahruth of the merchandise advertised In Itp rolumna. ; i FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editoi SUiSCR.PTlON ft A T K • l One Year 13.00 Two Yaara S 5.O 0 Teveth 15, 5716 Volume 29 Number 52 Friday, December 30, 1955 Rabb Talks About Immigration Not Washington's Failure Maxwell M. Rabb, secretary to President Eisenhower's cabinet, appeared in a major address before the first anniversaiy dinner of the United Hias Service in New York last week. Naturally. Mr. Rabb had a good deal to say about immigration — and very little to say about the present Administration's record in immigration matters. It was therefore totally predictable that Mr. Rabb. as spokesman for the President, should report to the Jewish immigration organization Republican plans for making "new and strong recommendations" to Congress in 1956 regarding revision of the present McCarran-Walter law. Immigiation is a touchy guestion on Capitol Hill these days. Way back in '52. when Mr. Eisenhower, unencumbered by health problems, stomped the nation for votes, he made solemn vows that this law would be scrapped or at least revised if he were elected to office. In January, 1953, in his first message to Congress. Mr. Eisenhower PO urged. But the record shows that the President did • about implementing his promise because McCarran-Walter became a hot political issue in the days following hi* election. A law which proved repugnant to all nations of the world c.-.d which, by its origins guota system demonstrated the United States in the eyes of oppressed peoples everywhere to be about as racist-minded as ever were the vanguished powers of World War II, turned into a security football under the fulminating and opportunistic leadership of Sen. McCarthy (Rep.-Wis.). Because Mr. Eisenhower failed to repudiate the junior senator from Wisconsin, and because McCarran-Walter opponents subsequently placed themselves in guestion as "security risks." nothing was done to implement the President's campaign promise. Late in 1953, however, Mr. Eisenhower offered to Congress his Re:ugee Relief Act designed to admit some 214.000 persons above existing guotas. This law did two things: 1. It demonstrated that the President knuckled under before Republican pressures to avoid an explosive issue. The Madison ave., New York, press agents running Mr. Eisenhower'." popularity drive brought the same "do-nothingism" to immigration that already marked the Administration in security and Communist-probe matters. 2. It presented a palatable and effective method of welching on a promise while demonstrating great humanitarianism. Subsequent events proved the complete hoax that is the Refugee Relief Act. A miniscule fraction of the number of refugees allowed into the U.S. under the act reached these shores by the end of the second year of its operation. Scott McCleod. Sen. McCarthy's protege and personal choice for his security post, behind the scenes juggled both the McCarran-Walter and 1953 Refugee Relief Acts to the point where even the President was forced to do something about it. The result was the appointment of powerful New York Republican leader Edward Corsi as administrator of the Refugee Relief Act to implement it to its fullest extent. But Scott McCleod and Sen. McCarthy were not caught off guard. Within ninety days, they had Corsi removed horn his job as a "security risk." Well, the Administration has since been relatively silent about immigration — except for occasional reports to the effect that it is unfeasible to revise the McCanan-Walter Act "at this time." Now Mr. Rabb. as spokesman for the President, has chosen to make a new promise. "The tailor industry in America, for instance, is in danger of deterioration because we just cannot get enough people to enter this occupation." he told United Hias Service diners. Pardon us. but this observation carries with it the kind of stereotype of nationalities that is implicit in the present immigration law. It is not necessary to change the McCarranWalter Act because many Jews are tailors and because America may soon suffer a shortage of tailors but because the act is a scourge, an abomination, a blight on the tradition of free America as a haven for oppressed peoples and because it demonstrates to half of a world enslaved by Communism that the leader of the democratic half has become exclusive and selective on the basis of race and religion. If Arabs Won't Cooperate "at Least Leave Us Alone" -Eban Abba Eban appeared before the United Nations last week in a powerful address that followed Syrian delegate Shukairy's invective against the Jewish State. Mr. Eban begged that the Arabs join Israel in a program of peace and mutual cooperation to bring to the Near East a kind of industrious progress the area has not, for countless generations, known. But. said Mr. Eban, if the Arabs, in order to further their reactionary ends, are not interested in such a program, they should, at least, "leave us alone." "Leave us alone," the Israel Ambassador implored, "to pursue our own peaceful ends in the hills, the cities, the valleys and the hinterlands of our nation." This was perhaps Mr. Eban's most eloquent plea to date before the United] Nations. The UN has now given him and his government the kind of answer they do not deserve. Late Wednesday of last week, Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, United Nations truce supervisor in Palestine, charged Israel with an unprovoked attack against Syria. Such attacks. Gen. Bums warned, if continued will lead to outright war. The battle to which the mediator referred occurred deep "on the hills east of the Sea of Galilee," in which Syrian outposts had entrenched themselves to fire upon defenseless Israeli fishermen engaged in their daily ao tivity. Syrian tactics there were not new; UN observers warned the Syrians on a number of previous occasions to refrain from their wanton machine-gunning of Israelis working totally within the borders of their homeland. And the United Nations subsequently equipped Israeli fishing boats with military police in order to discourage the Syrian attacks, which continued nonetheless. At this point, the United Nations deems it fitting to rap Israel on the knuckles for protecting its citizens and the integrity of its borders. We have not. as yet, witnessed similar UN action against the recalcitrant Arabs. This is another example of silent world approval of Arab lawlessness. Should such willful disregard for the United Nations continue and should it time and again prove profitable to do so. the Arabs will not easily be brought to recognize the territorial sovereignty of the State of Israel, and peace will never be brought to the Near East. United Nations moral cowardice in this regard, spearheaded by American and British international duplicity, will inevitably encourage the Arabs to expend their people as pawns in order to achieve the destruction of the Jewish State. Arab leaders have frequently indicated that the death of 10,000.000 Arab people is cheap as the price to pay for the destruction of Israel. Unless the UN recognizes this game, the number of Arab outposts firing on Israelis will multiply to the point where an explosion is inevitable. Durina The Week .. A %  y Lt!0 MINDLIN I S e • II Campaign time for the Presidency is aro..n,i ,u ingly. Americans arc going to be "the but. '^ c orner and in ^ pronouncements Party mastermind.' on Xn IS***** may be sure. w,|| look upon u.s as congJnSa fi" of ,h e fen?' already tions •""Peru tti national unity] less they would never dare MmJ^^l !" ^ !" ing currently mcludes two areas of Pol.tic"^ J Prof r Cd an expression of mternal machine politick „,," 2? of "& %  I in itself does not concern the priVate v Z r I, whl e i*S destined to participate in the bohind-the seen I [,l s he ,s can candidate. M nos "><<* of the Re p J The other, however, is very much the nmki American, for he Is at this moment beingTrirkT nS f the ** %  •truism'-into bowing before a Republican c rp TA aCC6 ? ,inga he involate nature of foreign policy Should !" myt k h ** to the trickery, then the present Adminis rat!, wl 'lT h ^ .ne.stab.shmg dangerous future preceden A h "l'^ Administration seems to entertain no immed.at r he p *> the minds of Republican leadership is. i ? Z „.! f l %  PPernH to eliminate as a campaign issue the party'sgn^LT?'" mo>t slovenly record. y rea,es t weakn The task at hand for the Administration'. pub |i c re ,., inn „ s to determine now-well before campaign tinTYlm S( fall for this dangerous ruse. In conjunction JV.hn ^""l manipulation, the Republicans are in the P "K, r '"* ^ the.r own t.cket all the wav-a failing aboiUwhiVh 'u g to Plained in the Democrat, over a pericS ofSrty year? ^ • a THE DOUBLE MYTH OF INDISPENSIBILITV AREA NO. ONE: Theory has it. and with sound bath J Repubhcans can not win in '56 without Mr Eisenhower h Prl i heart attack has thus been a severe blow 0 „,.,!? 5*ft" b !" >m.ng apparent tha, the tUSSSSS relating t., whether he will or will not run .gaii n ? policy matters since hb election-will not be Mr EUenhowXl bis. phys,c,ns have taken on the double-talking line ol National? m.ttee cha.rman Leonard Hall. Tho.r Insistence that no anZnw the President s efficacy under pressure. But more important, by February or March it will be too late I other Republicans, not in immediate line to the succession to anno their candidacy in state preferential -primaries. A typical exampfe] Sen William Knowland (Cal.-Rep.). a principal figure in the cor.!e tive wing of the Republican Party. Filing dates for New Hampdj Minnesota. Illinois. Ohio and West Virginia fall well before mid-Fe ary. With Mr Eisenhower silent until then. Sen Knowland and hopefuls may be scotched before they get off the ground. This means that in the event the President asserti himself declines a possible second term, the Eisenhower wing of the party be in a position to choose a successor. AREA NO. TWO: The Republicans, as early a> two months, called upon the Democrats to remove foreign policy matters from consideration during the coming campaign. The President. of State Dulles and committeeman Hall observed that a firm tisan foreign policy is necessary to impress the nations abroad our unity and that critical discussion of policy matters would Krist to the communist propaganda line that we are a chaotic fa ment without singleness of purpose. a • • a i THE NEW FOUL ZONE* OF NATIONAL UNITY On its face, this seems reasonable. Contranly. it is not oeryi reasonable but also dangerous. A democratic society without'dHL ences of opinion is an impossibility. Vigorous divergence of ideas the stuff on which a free people feeds and prospers A world half r .slaved by communism would, if censorship allowed, welcome the pi pect of observing this nation as it carries out its election processes in,] atmosphere charged by the constitutionally guaranteed right to c hampered speech and thought. When American government offirJ( urge conformity, they are to be held suspect. In this case, the Administration's motive is to conceal Republie ineptitude in foreign policy matters. Under the guise "I national un" they are simply catling for a moritorium on public criticism of Dulles brain trust in "Europe, the Near East and Asia The immedi temptation is to ask Administration spokesmen why they are righteously concerned now about the reputation of this nation abrn Four years ago, they were not similarly concerned Four years they used Korea most shamefully as a political gimmick at a time n U.S. prestige suffered from successful propagandists broadsides din ed by the Kremlin. At that time. Republicans called Korea "Truman's war. en, sizing the tattered campaign cry that the Democrats are the party." At that time, they attacked foreign spending, declared Marshall Plan to be a failure and charged the New Deal Fair Dean coddling communists and being treasonous. At that time, when a M ing Republican. Sen. McCarthy, was responsible more than any American for the confused status of our, security program and *j blow after severe blow to our reputation overseas, almost no WOT can leader disavowed him but contrarily rode on the coi hysteria for all it was worth. Now. this party is callin, coming campaign the very elements which four years ago. Certainly, no i for it %  ena for all it was worth. d Now. this party is calling for a "foul lone" to exclude inwy ing campaign the very elements which it so mercilesstj J j intelligent, clear-thinking voter win LET'S GET AT THE FACTS IN ANY CASE As a matter of fact. Americans will want to air the slovenly amassed by the Republicans in this area of their Administration will want to remind Mr. Dulles of his "instant retaliation" t !" ,l D| J Red China stood poised to crush Chiang Kai-shek and when Mr %  j nearly tipped the apple cart because of his loud sounding W0 !" *^1 up by do-nothingism. They will want to remind Mr Bsen *?^L| foreign spending Is reduced only by a miniscule fraction anfl i reduction was made for its own sake—not as a matter of pnncH ^ They will be eager to tell Mr. Dulles that Mao Tse-tung an En lai are no more his friends than they were Mr Arhe^n^ Bandung was a sharp repudiation of his West sponsored era* ^ program They will urge Mr. Dulles to confess that the w fl was a phrase manufactured in the offices of the Republican rather than an achievement in the co-existence scheme American disappointment over the collapse of the (.eric* %  v f the result of the Republican inability to maintain the tic"" Continued on Pat* 9 A



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Page 6 A + bmUtnnrMXW > the bride-elect'l parents. Mr and Mrs David Schiller. 1145 S\V 20th ave. Her liance is the son of Mrs Rilma August. 1585 SW 18th st., and the late Samuel J. August Miss Schiller graduated from Miami High School in June. She vas | member of Phi Delta (iamma Council. Anchor Club. Quill and Scroll and the Times staff. She is presently employed by Jefferson stores. Mr. August graduated from Miami High in 1954 and is now attending Emory University in Atlanta. He is working toward a degree in biology. His fraternity is Alpha Epsilon Pi. and he also belongs to APO service fraternity. J^jctr hldnoff Allen Benjamin, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kurzweil. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday, December 31. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Allen is in | the seventh grade of Miami Eeach High school and attends | Temple Emanu-El religious 1 school. Jay Gottlieb to Be Bar Mitzvah Jav. son of Mr and Mrs. Louis Gottlieb, 311 SW 8th st., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. TNI MIRA lUlia OF •RUTI* MIAMI •raieirta tna Original Metropolitan Association Cast In Mozart's ; Cosi Fan Tutte" % 0rM'itf atfM, TMU*. JM. 17, D.4. C.„.i, A„*,i„i„,. Uum, ^t„ m ^<, Tkwrtotr. J I*. MIMM It.ch Avtfitariwi. TICKETS. OMr %M4 H 6rMtw Uiamlk m tw &f ,, M mmml Storting TooaoMrf. Doc. 27 Tlckots ovanlanaln ot %  •ro'lnot. Corootio t, Sfooomooi. M.I. Rooio "La Boheme" Test*. *o. 21. Thorn* oo. 23, S otnreoT, Poo). 23 %  % %  "MaMnn^njnnnjonajnnnnnnnnn, Dec. 31. at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation The Bar Mitzvah attends Ada Merrill Junior High School and the religioOl Mhool of the Miami .Hebrew School He will address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Club to Meet Thursday Mrs. Fred Jonas, president of North Shore Jewish Center Friend ship Club. Wednesday revealed that the club will meet on Thurs day evening. Jan. 5. at the Center The club is a social organization for unattached men and women of 40 and over. Testimonial Fetes Mrs. H. Shapiro Mrs. Harold (Helen) Shapiro, past president of the Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women, was honored at a luncheon Wednesday in the Colony restaurant. Mrs. Shapiro has been an active member in Zionist programs for the last decade in the Greater Miami community. She has served in every capacity in the Pioneer Women's organization and has been a representative to the community-wide Zionist organizations. Mrs. Shapiro is leaving the area and moving to Leesburg, Fla. Mrs. Albert Shkoler and Mrs. Leon Goldman were the committee in charge of the testimonial luncheon for Mrs. Shapiro, assisted by Mrs. Albert Berson. invocation; Mrs. Jack Raff el, message from the president; and Mrs. Albert Shkoler, chairman of the program. Barney Kogen, ion of Mr. i Mrs. William H. Kogen. West 47th st., will become] Mitzvah on Saturday. Dec! at Temple Beth Sholom. fir Leon Kronish will officiate. ney, a student at Beth religious school, is in the eij grade of Nautilus ]unior_ Hurricanes AZA Elttts Officers for '56 Term Sidney Ind^n wrsi elected j godol of Hurricane! AZA meeting this week. Others named to oflice Douglas Schwartz, aleph Richard Beile>. aleph jubor.. ard Cromer. aleph Madur; too Essen, aleph moreh; Le* 15 man, aleph moreh koi.ne_ Steve KulMn. %  >*** %  dol; Norman (iohtenberg. shotare kotone: < ha i rIt '*.. aleph sopher; Bob Leu". cohen godol. .^ Al Capp was < ectsd hooa member of the executive boaij HurricaneAZA. GRAND OPENING SPECIAL! Imported Italian Straw $ | 00 Tote Bag Only 'It's •kit* a !• aM 1 (SoMI* am VnVX flaJaJpgJH FIN if*. Omh • %  % %  ww % % %  f^ % % % %  ^ —v %  niin feag, DO-IT-YOURSELF CRAFT SHOP 1121 MM. liTSt* PWri-TJoWTU-O LOT — oesM swaasATS — j



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DecemberMjSM fowned Poet j be Honored T A nnet I •' Schwartz, who N £n a *.u.h Miami resident u'Si year-, will be honored F *£?h birthday by Jewish cul P'TEidav evening, Jan. 3, in "I. Manor restaurant. r, £V "•• au,hor of the fi W ?enlucky." as well a, of ^graphical **> Yo ng ^•'f„ addition, he has written f.cholarlj works as "" % %  •fje and Death" and the SabK e rfenowncd for his transla|. /. Scftwarfi Yiddish, Hebrew authoriWestview Golfers Eye Tourney Date Definite dates have now boon! announced for the second annual "CJA Day" at Westview Country Club, according to John Serbin chairman of the double feature event. The four-ball tournament for Westview members will be held all day Thursday, Jan. 19. The sports event will be preceded by a gala dinner and show night on Jan 15 featuring stars of TV and radio. According to Serbin. pairings will take place on Thursday, Jan 12, at Westview, and they will \ IV announced shortly afterwards In the first annual tournament held last year an all-time record was set by six Westview members finishing in a dead tie for first place. The sextet of winners were Arthur England, Mike Kratze. John Serbin, David Phillips, William Weintraub and David Flecman. Members of the organizational committee assisting Serbin are Arthur England, David Fleeman, Alfred Goldbach. lsadore Hecht! Aaron Kanner, Howell Kase, Julian Kratze, Sidney Lefcourt, Lawrence Levenson, Sam Resnick, Seymour Rubin, Miles Schlapik, Lawrence Singer, S. T. Taylor, Herb Tennen bom. Jack Waxenberg, William A. Weintraub, Bernard Wagner, Sam J. Heiman, James Meyers and Otto Fenias. 'JsH&fkrlMu, Covermans Become Residents Dr and Mrs. Louis Coverman and their two sons. Michael and Handall, are new residents of Coral Oables. Dr. Coverman has just returned from a tour of duty in Korea, where he was stationed for 16 months with the U.S. Army Dental Corps. Previous to entering the Armv he practiced in Ohio for nine years. Dr. Coverman is a graduate of Ohio State University dental school, class of '44 His new office wiil be located at 6882 Coral Way. Miami. Page 7 A Dr. Louis Coverman Miss Judy Rosenberg has been elected Sweetheart of Beach AZA. Crowning of the comely Miss took place Dec. 22 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seiderman. Development Forum Due Dr. .Norman Vincent I'eale and Millard Bennett, two of America's most dynamic speakers, will conduct a personal development forum for executives and sales people, at the Dade County Auditorium on Jan 10. Tally Kmbry. president of the Miami chapter ot the National Sales Executives Club announced the two-hour forum Wednesday. UM Names Hosts for Studio Night Sessions Studio night hosts at the University of Miami's Lowe Gallery were announced Wednesday by interim director Robert Tyler Davis for the month of January. Eugene Massin, UM art instructor and first prize winner in Lowe Gallery*! fourth annual members' exhibition, will welcome guests Friday, Jan. 6. Miami artist Edward Wcyhe will be host Jan. 13. The head of the UM art department, Clayton Charles, will be host Jan. 20, and Gladys Randolph will be ho.st on the 27th. Gables Zionists Schedule Afusicafe and Bazaar Coral Gables Zionist District will hold a musical program on Thursday evening. Jan. 5, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Featured will be Lillian Zahn, noted folk singer, who will accompany herself on the guitar. AUo scheduled to appear is Hom*-r i Mueller, Chicago radio and television star. Mr. and Mrs. Max Friedson will i be hosts at their home to a smor. gasbord and bazaar sponsored by j the district on Jan. 15. Assisting in arrangements are the Mesdames Pauline Levick, Morris Simon and Joseph Nerove. from Hebrew into his "Anthology of fare" i v considered in this field. Pmgrara at the Tuesday funcvill include Dr. Alexander Di, noted Yiddish critic; i Leschu >ky, well known auNahum i h.min, general secpith* \Uik men's Circle; Joseph rtov, local leader and Work| Circle district secretary; Schwart/man. executive difer of the Bureau of Jewish Jjon; J. / Stadlan, president %  T Hebrew Teachers Associaiad Beryl Morrison, secretary %  ieYIVO committee here. iJCntor Samuel Kelemer, of Tem[leth Sholom, will present a program. Jacob Fishman, Zionist leader, will conI community singing. Prize-Winning, Exciting Film at Cameo Theater is First for Israel St or Haya Harant Given International Cannes film festival Award for Her Realistic Performance I'm' B'rHh Campaign Membership by 30,065 WASHINGTON. DC. — B'nai has enrolled 30.065 new abers m the lirst six weeks of (current nationwide membership *Kcordins to a joint report 'his week by Bernard Roof Chicago, national chair<< the B mn B'rith membercampaign cabinet, and Mrs. Sims, of Detroit, national wrship chairman for B'nai %  Women's Supreme Council. [Ite total, which include* some ninary enrollments, was alt equally divided between men •omen, the chairmen said. range goal of the organira^toexpand its membership. PO YOlfMiED A TUTOR? | K YOUR CHILD HAVE STUDY PROBLEMS? *• A" Specialists %  All GRADES 1 All SUBJECTS REMEDIAL READING CALL • A L K T, T OI||*G SERVICE PHONE ^•r$n 8-0265 'Hill M Doesn't Answer 1 Marks Jewish State's New Entry in Competitive foreign film Trade HILL 24 DOESN'T ANSWER marks the first important entry of an Israeli film, its dialogue entirely in English, in the international motion picture market. (However, where English would be inappropriate. Hebrew is spoken and translated n sub titles.) Its subject matter is vital, particularly in view of today s revived Arab-Jewish tension in the Middle East. The Hill in question is a military objective at the *">errf the Arab states which the Israelis are anxious a capture before the United Nations truce goes into effect. It is guardedItV four soldiers-an Irishman and three Jews one of them a guL TTough a series of flashbacks the vivid background of these people and the way in which they were destined J mt on ST Hill is recounted. The film is d y namiC n W ^,i a Va story fessional acting and excellent photography, as weU as a story exciting in both action and wmance. ^ The performance of Haya H !" J-*Vn Rim Festival, althe Irishman-won an award at the ^"" es "; cellently perthough all the acting of this jendrama e*U Y^, formed, woven as rt:-^^VANSWER has an exciting for independence HILL 24 DOB>N iw hotoqrap hed in Hararit. • exclusive fhowing The picture starts Sunday. W-J*' n an at the Cameo Theatre in MiamiJJeach. MIAMI BEACH Cflmeo "SPLENDID • EXCELLENT I / RATING %  UTRROpiNRRILY WORTHWHILE'' tt.y.posr FIRST ffoRAMfiTIC POWER" ***$fc %, "ftBSORBINGPpSSIONHTE % f^.* A N F S 0R ''FORC£FULjV D Clevelooi Social Club Opens Season Hoto Cleveland Social Club opened its sixth year of activity here with a meeting and card party Wednesday evening at Hibiscus Auditodub leaden lb* f %  *J Betty Aronoff, president: M. u £ rk .n and Mrs. Belle Dread, vice %  Hnni Ben Dunn, treasurer. ^renV ^Tt Mrs Margaret S.^nous and Mrs. Ruth Pitclnic. secretaries. PASSION rU* \ ^er



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Page 8 A *ki*tn*rk0m Hammarskjold's Mission Focuses Attention on Need for Levant Peace Lake Tiberias Of Its shore's Of la d on .my single inch "' territhe d ocuments but instead shouted lory beyond the border defined by Continued from Page 1 A his insistence frontiers that I has the genera) armistice a&raeiaept %  urn: I-i.ul and S>n I The captured documents included orders issued by Shuquat Shukeir. thief of Staff of the Syrian Army, on March 14. 1954 claiming that 'Syrian territorial waters in Lake Tiberias should be regarded (extending) 250 meters (850 feet) from shore." He ordered that "fire should be opened on Israel vessels entering this limit" Mr. Eban pointed out that the very report submitted b] Gen Burns "confirms that Israel has Agudath Israel Elects Officers Ifurraj Rosanbar %  has been elected president ol Agudath larael Hebrew Institute. Other officers named at 1h election meeting this week wen Saul Finkelstein, Harry JackfJOD, [sidor Pass .md Jacob Kanen, viee presldenta; Benjamin 8. Pearlman, treasurer GtfTshon Zion, reproposed and Syria hu rejected cording secreterj Chairman of the proposals for an agreement which board of directors i. ( hai leCert WOUld enable the question oi ler, with Harry Itosriib.ru act inn fishing rights" on the lake t< co-chairmaB settled peaceful!) The Israel del Hoard membi Morns i ,i thai Gen. BurnhimBabok, Jacob M Berger, Harry self "makes it abundantly clear peaking here I and of I-1 He chalh nge I Mr Sh ik I wa ters I H K i ake < %  ; i ii n I "astoundinglj impudent > %  sion "and alim While Mr Shukairy squii refused to (ti i i unimpor tanl matters" such as territorial ireation, Mr Eban drove borne a nuv tx "i times tb.. -entire i U on the su| that it can unilaterally violate the Syrian-Israel armistice agreement <>n his own behalf, Mi •that the Security Council will m elude in its resolution a clear injunction to Syna to a'. i,d inter i> rem e w itfa Israeli actii kies on the lake ami in Israeli territory SUITOUding the Lake, and also a clear statement forbidding from exercising illicit controls on Cammer, Alfred Frank. Henr\ tnqlandtr Will Discuss Juvenile Delinquency Miami Beach High School principal Irvin W. Katz will be guest speaker at the Oneg Shabhat Friday evening of Beth Jacob Congregation Subjjcct of his la'k will be on juvenile delinquency Malvin Englander, local attorney, will be moderator. Spiritual leader Dr. Tibor Stein will pic er.t the religious point of view The program will Include Sisterhood Sabbath, with Mrs. Frances liakovsk] I I chairman. North Shore Leader !" z SSfiTf Attends Confab 1 Rabbi Kronish .^, Association M President of he *'; .Rabbinic,, ,V^ on "% ceeds Rabbi !rvi ng j, h Named lecretari of he J fon was Rabbl M < .of the Nmelne tenter to i Rabbi Alfred Waxman New off.cors a.-ume their J Jan. 1. Reservations Ph. jf; "FREUCr New Year's Eve I Ike BARTON BRO! 4JUU Company Expanding Jerome Cohen, president ol Southern Wood Industries, makers ol Southern Maul kitchen i ; 111 (I this week that work i 'i'd on %  new factor] and warehouse addition ol s.ooo feet to provide for additional manufacturing and storage facilities I d to accommodate the expanding business Murray toieufccj 6roudap, David Hermon, Irving 1'ietrack. Bernard Kaufman. David I spot Sol Libert, David Whitman OMI Emertck Weiss ( %  ahaim are Moshe Sterling and Herts Weiss Kahbi Isaac Brer this Rabbi kfayer /tbramowitx, regional din'tor of the United Synagogue youth and spiritual leader ol the North Shore J< (enter is participating in the na tionai convention of tho United Synagogue Youth currently being held In Cleveland, <> The convention, which is attracting over 1.000 *ynagogucminded youth, ill set the tone for youth activities in the 600 Conservative congregation, throughout the I'nited States Theme ef the convention is "God. Israel and the 'Torah are One High on the agenda is the transfer to the I'SY of the Israeli project of establishing a student hostel in Israel, currently sponsored by the Jewish Theological Seminary. Another item is the intensification of teenage youth participation in the Camp Ramah projects Rabbi Abramowitz. who is leadcompleted for this area's participation in National Advertising Week. Feb. 10 to 24. with the announcement Wednesday of the local committee I by William M. Crockett. Jr. community relations director ol the Miami Beach federal Bavand Loan Association. The committee's purpose is to localize the national theme — AdvertJaiog Benefits You — and show how advertising is aiding industry here MO* 3 SHOWS: 9:00 11:00 2:30 A.M. TUVMEl" SHOW CHINE SE FOOD horn 10 PM. Til/ 5 kM. in the Cromwell Hoi ON THE OCEAN ON 2ftt ST. com der. Cleveland; Hyman Cohen. Chicago; Max Cantor. Pittsburgh; [aider Chaplik. Chicago William Kciyenbaum. Brooklyn Isidor Haber. I.ong Beach. N.Y.; George Isaacson. Camden; Joseph Kriv. Cher, Memphis. Isidore Malina. York City; Ivan Salomon. week named the following honora-1 ing three seminar* in the four-day national directors I>aac Bru conclave, will be joined by a representative group of teenagersi from the South, whose transporta-1 tion has been made possible by the regional Youth Commission. Representing the Greater Miami area are Charles Kamen. of Beth David Congregation.; Lester Brickman, of Temple Emanu-El; and New Year's Fete Due Tifereth Israel Nottbaida Canter will hold a New Years eve party on Saturday. Dec 31. at the NfW Center In charge of reservations New York (ltv and sr e silber j Buddy Sirkin. of North Shore Jew man. Long Island. NY. ish Center. is Sadie Saul ARAB ISRAEL SITUATION DISCUSSED AT WHITE HOUSE IN WASHINGTON WASHINGTON (JTA>— The Arab Israel situation was discussed Wednesday in the White House when Secretary of State John Foster Dulles met with President Kisenhower for more than an hour reviewing major developments, it was indicated in informed government circles State Department sources said that no decision has yet been reached on Israel's arms list, submitted several weeks ago. On the other hand the adminis tration is certain that Congress will approve the projected financial aid to Egypt for the building of the Aswan Dam. although some debating of the suggested American aid to Egypt is expected in Con great, The U.S. Department of Agriculture Wednesday announced that authorization issued to Israel last June for the purchase of wheat or wheat flour has been extended and increased to $2,214,000 Since purchases totaling $1,145,000 were previously made, the action will permit the purchase of an additional $1,068,000 worth df wheat or wheat flour, including certain ocean transportation costs. The National Academy of Sciences reported that Israel will participate in a project to be undertaken by leading world scientists whn will conduct the most comprehensive investigations in solar activity, meteorology, rocket exploration of the upper stratos phere geomagnetism, gravity measurements, latitude and longitude determinations ionospheric phys %  urora and glow, cosmic rays, glaciology, ocean ography and seismology. EIFFIEL BEAUTY SALON 1523 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-3402 UNDER NfW MANAGEMENT Natfoiwlly Advertised PERMANENT WAVES] Special tor Holiday* $5.00 up WE SPECIALIZE IN TINTS, ItEACHES, HAIR CUTS, HAIR SHIES Bon* ay Waff Kmwn Hmirirttttri SHAMPOO SET -$150 NAM CUTS (my itylt) $1.50 PEDICURE $2.50 MANKURf SIM COME IN I UTS GET ACQUAINUD CimpJtfly Air C.—4H,*n,i taagMJOM KOSHER IltTAtltTff •(MCATESSII HAVING A PARTY? 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numbe r 30, 1955 ^"rt^Fhrkiian !*'* .'411. ,1 .'# Honis Gold 'third from left), member of the Enaing board of the City of Miami Beach, ^unanimously reelecled to a second term president of the Miami Beach Apartment ociation. Looking on (left to right) are Donald S. Beck, treasurer; Helen Sanders aTnt 2 r V,ng ^ h S? man ,irst v pres • S D t U T e L Wei33 cha !" n of the board Not shown i, Sidney Rubinowitz. jsecond vice president. i Grant of $109,100 May be Used To Further Mt. Sinai Development Site Sinai H <-\ :tai of Greater I imont I he voluntary. throughout nation thai received funds il 000,1 ^rant by the JFWndati laal week. tiitive direc ot Iht Wednesday Ithit ui %  .iiurallv (or the ible grant of rd Foundation : to Ml b iai ii letter to thi Beach medical institution on Tuesday, II Rowan (Jaither, Jr.. president oi the Foundation, explained that the Ford philanthropic aim is to help hospitals su< h as Mt Sm;n "in improving and ex tending their services to Hunrespective communities Gertner said that the Foundi has. undertaken this action bei of the great importance oi the voluntary hospital to the communities of the United States and the Eteran Campaigners Named to Top Posts in Business-Professional Division veteran campaigners whose ailed record of community i totals more than 10t> years [tcrne forward to take impor| forts in the Combined Jewish Businesand Professions w. iSerbin 1.. week a; pointed (prominent local business men have held tup jobs in the Miami Jew i h Federation [•(her major welfare instituidjring the past 20 years. ording to Serbin the follow[aive been named as co-chairc: the giant Business and ssions Council, the newly I organization which will aid :n conduct i ? their phase 1956 CJA Leo Arkerman, rh fltaikir ron M. Kanner, |J Kopelow,', \aron Kravitz |Carl Susskind 'W VajNV^l^a 1 Joseph E. Rackovsky IKKAN AVINJE, MIAMI REACH *•"• JE 1-3SM I^WON ROOFING AND KT METAL WORKS IW-IMAVE. Ph. HI4-SIM 1^ 'P"d now; y.u -K*-, 0 nt roof lator Wjtfictory Work by Kravitz will act as second in command" to Chairman Serbin and Kopelowitz will assume 'the post of secretary of the trades cabinet. Still to be named are members of a seven man Advisory Commit tee made up of former campaign chairmen and leaders in business and industry who have distinguished themselves in former campaigns. Assisting Kravitz with his duties and working closely with him will be his partner William Weintraub who is a veteran of four campaigns and assisted last year in the direction of the Westview CJA Day. Meeting at Betty's Restaurant last week with the newly appointed co-chairmen. Campaign Chairman Sam J. Heiman outlined the recommendations by Federation's Budget Committee for the new geal and indicated generally something of the Trades Divisions responsibilities. "As business men, as residents of Dade County, and as citizens, we must clearly understand the vital humanitarian needs of our people both in Israel and in this community. Representatives of sixty organizations in the Federation have studied, analyzed, and determined these needs in a careful, scientific manner. And the Combined Jewish Appeal is the down-to-earth, dollars-and-cents answer to these needs in 1956 It is up to us as leaders of our Jewish community to meet the challenge d which many of -hem face for fund, with which to strengthen and expand their servii "We expect to use our grant can do the most good and hm the term, laid down by the Ford Foundation," he said ms of the lated for Mt. %  d to pa) stand%  "' l "' ervices c! bj the I" ibly use a portion %  the n hospiiich ito be built on ('(dims and part oi it also to help satisfj the need for new equipment, a new clinic, or a new projeci to enlarge our out-patient department," Gertner revealed. "Fi. lions concerning the grant. of course, will depend upon formal action by the hospital's board of trustee (icrtner said that the amount of i each Ford Foundation grant is baaed on the patient days of servile and the number of births in the hospital as previously reported to the American Hospital Association. head-on,'' Chairman Heiman stated. The Business and Professions Division usualh raises one-half of the total funds in the annual drive, lit was explained by Chairman Serbin Exact <|U.otas are expected to he announced as soon as the campaign gets underway in January. I he Business and Professions 'Council met again on Tuesday. December 20th. at which time volunteer recruitment plans were discussed Aim of the cabinet will be to secure industry leaders to act %  a chairman in more than forty diversified businesses and professions covering all of Dade County. GLASS F0R EVERY PURPOSE n J • ITrtM nniiT Min ..a uiunnw Gist! fsnWt STOfK FIONT PIATI end WINDOW CUSS •" 'ops, B*.|^ *j rrm mmd totllwl* Omr Sm*cimlty G. Glass and Mirror Works 8-W.BthSt. Harris Oriim PHONE 3-2728 ^*^*A^*AM MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION r OR DrscMMmAtma FAMILIES W 5 N.W. ^ ^ p^ MQ 4201 SAVI rOI TOMOMOW WHIM TOU CAN IOMOW ron TODAY mm MH h ^'•• %  ^••J Pertosil U -. & -jaw ssawriMss? & MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th ave. Phone 3-3431 IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Serving the Jewish MIAMI'S ONI AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATERING fxauHvar TO THi JEWISH CiaWWJ Memorial Dealers" Community Since l2o GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES FOOTSTONES O Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Boy for Less at Palmer's and Save I Ail Monuments Custom Maio in Our Own Shops Within 3 Oayt I 3277 -79-81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Ntxt to Cornet at 33rd Avtnue i HI 6-5W1 PHONES: ] „, 4.5,22 9* %  OCourteous FMieient < i i 4 4 4 Dignified Service < < NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME Si formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL Edward T. Newman funeral Director 1333 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI Phone JE 1-7677



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Page 10 A p-JenisMcridF&r Frida V. Dec Youth to Highlight Service At Temple tmarw-U friday Samuel Friedland, prealdenl ol Temple Bmanu El, ; %  n o u n c • d Wednesday that 11 *innual winter lion program of activities for college tge youth ol th Temple family will i>.' ooncluded on Dei ,iii the late Prttmj evening ice at 8*0 p m. m the S3 nagegue. Babbi ii\m I-chrman, who will dedicate the larviee ti aid Richard % %  I ornell Univei tit) A reception :ii follow the aervice in ill.' social hall • >! the Temple under the sponsorship <>i the Sislei hood. Miracle Lodge Installs Officers dianship \Sponsorship \ ,,„,,„ i Greenbarg wnm Borne 300 volunteer workers will stalled m:i-trr ol Miracle lodge Mind up their solicitation-collec 04, F A If., al an open Inatalmpaign this week, bul an lation ceremony Wednesdaj aeeeffort i" redeem nome ning m Coconut Grove lodge hall i.OOO in outai commitothers Installed were Martin P ntinued. Nash, senior warden; Ralph Kirsch, slier also %  -aid that prospects junior warden; Dave Pullman, the International Mobilization 1 trei wrer; Mervyn IAm. >.. %  which will launch th< s..i Halpert, senior dei to be held in Charles Cropper, junior deacon; "extreme!) Harvej \ Cohen, senior steward Merle I Bkltt junior steward. He cited Thustees ol Israel, in. Max Goldstein, chaplain; Kenneth luals buying 110.000 or more Kasselman, tyler; Kenneth (.. bonds during the year, u Sam Thomson, marshal); and Fred Blank. Jack I. Can) Jack I ar Langford, a-sistant tyler Samuel Friedland, Isadora installation ceremonies were unHeehl Samuel Goldfarb s.m K.A. (ior ht ,i ir Tllon (l( K ran k A i.l Kijmis. Mar...' Uberman, Brown, past urand master of MaDavid Provua, Mrs ons in Florida; Sig Eiaenberg, peat "" N Rubil 1 B Raskin, llu ,„. r (lf Southwest lodge and Bond Campaign Closes With Sales Up 22 Percent Greater Miami's campal m for ot i r i,i. l lionds for ns.. this week, with chairman I icob Slier reporting more than i .MM' m sales through WedneaThe I mure i more than •il-i 000 ting a jump of 22 per ct nt Slier paid special tribute to the [Yustees of Israel. 118 G and Bl Sponsors "t Israel thus I ir enroll) I for 1953 He .ailed • e results encourag i I one ii 1 rael Bonds conl • i be the principal nomic investmenl in Israel, and the ; i m ahead must he tar Mil Sher urged all persons who "err • II-!.'. s. Guardians or Sponsors lid have HO) a) • !• %  • %  • do j bj mailing then hecks to j 1544 W ash"], ton ave A minimum i si .noil in bonds i d foi Norton Tire Co. Adds Branch i mil Pallet announced Wednesday the opening Ol %  Norton Tire h tore "i Home .tea,! I • is the seventh ii 'in.' Company pJllol president of Norton Tire Company, Inc., began the business e mber 30, Wanted by Elderly Couple A WOMAN TO PRBPARE MIAIS, will e §ien beautiful Rome and salary Pliant JE l-6tM. BERTE LONG Contralta TEACNEI ana" SINGER •1 N.W. 23rd Caart Phone NEwtan 5-1210 M,DDlE A 6EDWhDof CLEAN. ATTR ACT1 C00K,n fl ^r, D Ro 0 .;r 0n 6. KOSHER BUTCHB K. "* ,0 r ""Ploymeni, iff. DR. GORDON EJNH0RN OPTOMETRIST annawncei fhe oaeniae •f hit office* 211S S.W. 22nd STREET (Coral Wmf) MIAMI, FLORIDA Offica Hours 9 • 5:30 E*oai| by Appointment TELEPHONE Nl 6 7796 WANItO CAMP REPRESENTATIVE FOR COED PE\\SYLv\T l Good opporlan^ ,. L r V Nl C proper contj t, Wr t r "n •round, M Po,V,b f,"V; n POl.t.cn ,, lmp 0' IUI HALF-DAY FISHING TRIP NO FISH NO PAY Onl, YACHT SAIIFISH 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Ch,lor,„ i P'e; 7. C.ty Yacht B.„n. M ,," Esther Singer, Carl Wcinkle b Sher Sher said sale 11 Bonds Hen Essen, past master ol Hibiscus lodge Special gueel was most worshipted \M.rk' For The Finest — Dine at it th. i nited States and ,„, Km T >ir( Kl .., n(1 ma .,,. r )f up i r 1954, bul added Uaaotu in Floi i better .I..,-, thai Greater Miami, ;.>r pa • ATA 1 n i i !i nurncdncs AZA Initiates Members \t a recent cen-monv at Ilillel Boiitfl on the I'nneisity ot Miami campus. Hurricanes .\/.A initiated newest pledge class. Those admitted to the order vere Morton Greenblatt, Irwin 1 Steve Kulvin. Richard I! Malcolm Klrichenbaum, David Baker, Philip Edwards, Steve MeyI .,n Clem Al I app presided at the (.re. imny. as Snl Indmn explained the purpose of AZA to the pleadges. The theme of the program was "America. Founded on Biblical Principles After the program, new memhers were congratulated by Hurricanes' sweetheart. Cynthia Bott B'nai B'rith Women were hosts 940 71st St., Miami Beach OPPOSITE THE FOUNTAIN Phone: UN 6-6043 Free Parkina Air C<"''*' j >^ VUGUST BROS Rye ** Is the BEST' ASSOCIATED DETECTIVES OF NORTH A CENTRAL AMERICA, INC. Phone PL 8-3806 561 N.E. 79th STREET BISCAYNE PLAZA, ROOM 213 MIAMI, FLA. MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL Laais Pallat in 1924 and guided i* to its present position as one of ttw* nation \ top independent tire sellers and the largest I s Royal distributor in Florida "A philosophy which incorporates the Golden Rule, and a strong desire to he of real service to the eommunily has motivated the growth of Norton Tire Company." RENT A CAI SIT, | N r Wi-i Q.* I^-atia Andy* Uanx i; Bab) f Ml VMIIHIII \M<\\ |i'atI.N>n l'lnl> i : 1 S1)KJ|>|M r "I il. tlahillR (.'lob • .. Buffalo Hill ll.nu. < > *•*" "\ r\ i %  1 IM;.. <-it. Midnllr l>H.k i. liodfwyF • ^^4", • %  '• -J I ^u" %  ;...> Hoar* .^nVlll,. "llN in %  v Ktrlka It RUh IT-xaa Kan-er> Llvtm I I TEBMlTg Control! |SUWB^WAIUMTY| •a t ear aata-auM TUT • IMTII*AIUI TIIHITI jeatl Phone 91761 TRULY NOLEN. inc. 12 1 ...i \....n Rttllloli HIK Top li Low of Ufa BOiTorn K.-rt h IS liuidinic i.Urht_ •HI M-nu Magle l&| •' m Siorjr 4 l...vr of r..in %  ;iiirl:"* !• Wa.lern Pea. K.....I. K %  u ink). I' Bill Mi fMi'Jarklr'B Houaa )U 's Houw l^u-ty •46! 0" IliK Payoff i>|Bob Croaby PWlure Ktlm Nehaka-lowa \lo Olbaon Nob'aka -l is! •• %  I .' i m Yr A..ount l^M-y Hhow i f.M Ravi. '"V. SIorT | BBfpi 'i ^ s To I-A''" H "'"* layoff! Bob i'nWJ AleTfiibSl il.iml Wdlftin, Mickey iCorllaa Arehtr Hv* It Now a M f • • Wjwtt Ban' You Ai.Thar. "i Vi. • I to 9u|M-rcnan l ^ Capfc (lallant Annie Be* It No* %  lunlty J f IM k Re* 6 0 Mu. Ka-hlon* l^ • Rang-er lOiRankk Heporta lln.wn. Wthr ^ %  "" %  "'l tr l \ [)"K,\W^4 Mwnrrta Ja.k of Si".nNawa I >• %  • ( ni '10 iteath Valley (U'nny Tbomaa snirllo %  • 7>-il •-. Uv.. J* Banny ***J*f ,;,„ns. AW 8 mi Mi.ii.a l". 10 Mlaa lli.-.k4'. Htase Hbow II nymoonera Kd SUIIIN %  "' .BCrTQMH (Two r. Hone) Rnaid R-""*" l • r inayhouae Alwaya Jan. II I 10 11 TV Thratu SO I.l.,. .n.moke Adv. AIMK-'"' : -Pera. Itu.iv.i. Tl.r W I o'a My I 'i I I %  N 1 Tow* ^ S & y A„ i-ader. ]te A "" %  nfld. rilo I ., eallW-. it Paul Vaxabond i Klfn 'I .— Wre ,tUnf I Friday Keaturw i Mldnlla Thtr.



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December301955 Residents line Plans for CJA Campaign pis Division thr Winter Resilhi week heard earner outline gffor the 1P56 xoluntecr effort [behalf of th. Combined Jewish ItoU a. th-' Mien batd on *e'day. <'•"'•'' enounced to ,i fC poop ; campeigneri that Annual Winter Residents social it will be held at his home, Pine Tree dr. cir., Miami h on Thurlaj evening. Jan. jjr and Miearner expect tis of 125 guesta to attend dinner. ,al puc-t ff honor at the organizational meeting was Mi^n chairman Sam J. Heiwho commended (arner for outstanding achievement" in 1955 campaign when earner the Winter Residents Division the top to exceed their camquota. (X i> now a permanent resiof Miami Beach, having from hilong-time resiin Rye N Y where he was in numerous philanthropic welfare pro i iugh specific quotas have yet been assigned to the varifJA divisions, earner expressconfidence that his group Id be able to raise over $400,in 1956. This nearly doubles quota set for the division last [ ,i which he secured 107.8 cent. %  linn rtressc i the fact that '• N J and He leave! hla wife, Marti ; •' %  '.v. ii daughtei Kllxab, ih -. • Mm x Dee. 18 In • I Vf< In Ml Neon i iin.i, ABE A. FRIEDMAN • rlli i -' • II. Wa I ,|„. %  SI Doroth] \i li v. %  I .. : Ml N Wi FACES Algiers hotel co-owners Lew Kenin, Chuck "wand Dave Levinson shown at a party in the ScheheraToom honoring the Algiers' third anniversay. HERBIE'S 4&'f "Food to Satisfy Each 11 Individual Taste" MARTIN BLUMBERG tore ro he IH -I \;. %  pel i %  l MVER ROSENBLUM 15 Mai w Hie dr died IV i • • ngo froti VIM k i It) A i I he la .-un Ived b two broil Flai Ro* and I-... R • nbluni, anil M Anna Bat ni U, nil U i .. IS Ii Rl\. rxldi lei. Washington av< .llh I Ml N. i". i • HARRY S. TATELBAUM 6-*i. of 42 S'W : •. t)l< Beai h He I rived I I %  • -'in -. Paul .HI i rial I two i \. n ind Mildred Wltl in: one slsti Kervli el wen .'Ii.inl .... t with l'ie i.il in Ml Xeb, I SAMUEL KOIZIM IS, of .:::'. SW 12th avi 0* II H Ived !> % %  %  ii..' i i Jerrj i i • ,. M nt to SOLOMON KLINGER rl Deo lij .i da \ Illian K M — -. and %  -• i : • %  In w n JACOB ARNOLD 10 .NW \ retired men liant. he i ame hen %  IvInK ; n„. n br*tlu %  l %  I; n ABRAHAM TROUBE %  .11,1 two -. II \. and bUB al t|e. -. In MRS ROSE PLAKOWITZ V. I PinSet •Sew 1 i Wv SSE hapellncft I ,.r nrranai mnt Rev. Jacob Silverman. of 435 I 20th st.. Miami Beach, is now ,, hguior Dinims from 5 to 9:30 p.m. fvery Day j making this city his permanent home. Formerly oi Toledo. O.. where he served with Congregation B'nai Israel, he was also tor 25 years associate cantor of % %  S 247 23rd Strtt, Miami Beach j i 0P W f*0H 5 PJH. TO 2 AM. MV i tor lo years uMm.iu.v ^ PERCY um""" „ ., ? -Shaarev Zedek :0 of nmiH-nritB Congregation bftaarey ^ ,,,.,1 m,. n %  .... ... -Mi iffli I in Detroit. Mich. ABRAHAM BENEMOUSKY ,\\ 'n,i aV. died I '• %  In Ni^ii Vork. JACOB GERSH sfi „f U '. i:si"" %  %  •' "I. **• ',.. M-h Memorla < hapel PERCY GINSBURG %  "•r'f, 1 1 "^' i : ;;;:,v\;'.,.. ^:z:-;!, ;;:: %  %  %  %  • %  — MRS. BERTHA ITZKOVITZ B V I"' • • ,i winter vLritor """ ennjylvanla, m 12 £ r ;:;;••; nd "jyta were m PHI .,I,-II, V V '; '"' We-Beach Mem .rial dnap11 '" charge ol local arrangement* MARTIN K. NELSON I >W ::::„| ., died I >.-i In '. N.C. he earn, here 10 %  from Chicago and o 'ted ii,.Huntlngton b)dg. "hop, II, we,, a Mason and i snnner. Survlvorn Include hln Dorcthj Nelaon. and a brotlH i Servli .. pec. i.: ,,, '"' Ml' ml Phi I with ,!, "" ni Flagler Memorial Pa BARNEY DRESNAR 1009 Ii!, >,., ,ii.,| |.,.,. | |i.. n< %  : vearn ago from Phllj tired clothing buyei. hi i%  I bi hiwife, Rom thn e K irl, David and Louis: three nle-IIIIMI. iiil.i, en. Servi 1 U in Gordon's Miami h:>i>• i. mill burial In Star of David CenieI'-ri. JOSEPH CHA2EN %  -. of 2271 SW Bth at., owner "f Cbas••II R Tnllor Uiop, died Dec. 11 in • : h iipltal. Ilmoved to Miami KIX igo from Buffalu gun Ivors inhla u.i... Minnie; ;, a daughter, Urt. Paul Belli i .nlater and rive Krandcblldren, Servlcen and Intel menl wi .in Buffalo, with Qor. %  I-. II'.Miami Chapel In charge local!) HARRY MASTER winter vlaltor here from New Vork : %  ,, man) M-MIH. ilb-rt Dec • He in-1 -II 1136 Colllna a've. Hiwife. Ro • and daughter, Mrt. Harry Welh-ri. -i live Bervlcea were i'i New I 'II i !.-, %  ii under the direction of Hellman Puneral Chapela, MRS. DELPHINE FRIEDMAN 49, ..i 13 all n Royal pkwy., died I 'i She i ame here fl i e s eara ago ll.,i,i, ii i..„l. Hi. She Is survived by her huaband, Jacob, and n daughter, Rochelli I-' ledman Services wi re Di II In Rh r-i.i.i:.... i. Memorial Wi -i Plagle -i with burial in Ml \i bo i 'emetery MRS. JENNIE WEINBERGER :.'. nl I"" Noi il, Ba> dr I lot Ii n led I %  R %  .,i Ii Beach 'ha|iel w .iin 'I.IL. .,f iiiMRS. SOPHIE KLEINMANN died i '• %  7 m il hospl I. Bin n g from i. S l |l I.'IMax; i n.. daughu rs, Rosctti %  [toalni i nd a son, I.. 9 in N. u II' ;.. I. With bUI i.il 111 ,| V. MORRY SINGER %  died Dec T A he h.-i i i nidi ,l 1 er. : .!: Dorothj H hi were i; ,, |di -Mi morlnl %  'hs with burial In Mt. Nebo LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HBRRBV GIVEN tha* il,.. ilgneil, desiring to enga| .,, i, %  the fli tltloun 'i ime ol I'MI.INKS BEAl'TV s\l.n\. al %  ,i il tel, Miami Beai h, In,,.,,,]. i,, %  ild name with the i |... v. ,,: the Circuit Court of Da Ii ... I'Mi.ixi: SELIGSON, Sole Owner i 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE ll> HERKBV GIVEN thai titloua name oi ul l.\li:i.A BAR, at 235 N :'..ili Av ,., %  : % %  : -.n.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court i. County, %  wn.l 1AM WHITEHEAD KESfcLER i:u:< \i.|,i], am ler Street %  -'' _^ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 'iTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. lBwXIi vin.M -s CORPORATION. r: ..iMii.i,. pialntirr, SHORES REALTY, INC.. a ,,., .iin.i,. and GAS OB PRODl'CTS. INC., OI rToRIDA. .i Florida -r^raUon. ^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T() SHORES KKAI.TV. IM v.,ii,;,i, Schwarti. i lent and Director A Ii, Mi. I \. u Voi u. N.'iv >"' k rlvman -i Bchwarti \,. ii, and i' rector L'IH West th Btreel v.u Vork. New ^ "• k II I. Slegel i. ,1-. and i'i' rttftk* HEREBY NOTIFIED to ',„ x-.ii. ,.. ." %  Complaint I,I %  and South feel of Ig i .-I Him k i of J*W"., SU \ C\ sil,,i;i:s. SECTION ''A-s subdivision accordlt a to the i tai ,, ,., f recorded in Ptal VMI:, 98 "i the Public Ri I ;.; I J %  ^ ,,„,, county, F1"t logether with Improvement* I"Pgff-or 0 ; '''' 1' a "1 f '" noridafthl. -Mil OTW ol Decefsber, Ii; UBATHERMAN, i-'l,., i,, Circuit Court B, M C GREEN



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p J They're still buzzing around town about Chart** R. Jacobson's Sunday reception at the Delano hotel for the opening of his one-man art show. More than 300 guests signed Chazz' patron book. Noted were architect MM Lepidus, admiring Jacobson's structural lines with such novelties as il.mpled" aluminum paint. Also there were Col. o vli 6 and hi^ wife, lovely in eyelet white and pink sash, who oiiv bought two paintings to hang in their Miami home. On hand t. were the Doc Gamsos, at whose cocktail party ".he jKobson* -Chan and Ruth—caught up with the Delano's Lk Goldberg and a renewal of his oceanfront hotel offer for far Jacobson -show next year. Third canvas t'> h* sold Wends hear, will be going to longK businessman Jack Gold. Making one of their few public appearances were the MaxiJM, Sttutrmanni, recently arrived here from Paris. Max is the isual artist in water colors, whose opera scenes will soon net ir own special showing at Miami Beach Art Center. They were ompanied by son-in-law Jacqwes Afar. ,>>€ Harry Donnanfeld arrived Sunday by plane from around-zero jew York. Harry'* the producer of the "Superman" series. Mr*. Donnenfeld left one day earlier by train, to show up with i and baggace ;1 ,he Saxony. She expects to stay the entire liter. Harry will communicate to his Manhattan offices. >>>>> Socialiteturned out aplenty for the openijjj; the other night [Felix Young* I. Aiglon in Surf side. Seen sporting a fabulous hat was Muriel *tlrtch Pick—one of r grand collection featuring six Birds of Paradise on small Slack sums. .. While Star Island's •'oily end Baron d* Hirsch Meyer were its at a large table for 24 guests. >>>>t>< Owners of the eight million dollar Seville hotel Mr. and i Irving Kipnis were among early arrivals at a benefit dinnerfor Variety Children's hospital last week. With them were co-owners Mr. end Mrs. Morris Backer. Both pi*' were hosts at the Seville to some 800 supporters of the Rtal... Sipping cocktails were Pearl end Ted Kipnis with dance chairi Mrs. Dannie I Harmen, Col. end Mrs. Jack Arvey—he recently %  KrUined Democratic hopeful Adloi Steveneen here—and Mimi ill, star of Metropolitan Opera. Also glimpsed among prominent guests were the Sam Rabins— It's Surfsidc assistant mayor. Busy with details were Mrs. MurFriedman, treasurer of Variety club women's committee, and Edward Melnicker, who handled reservations. Milton Kafka is being made a general on the staff of the Govof Kentucky Wife Gracie Barrio is telling friends that Milt's old standby. Chandltr, recently elected governor, has pronounced the ointment" official. >>>>>scc< Here for a month to escape icy Philadelphia are the C. D. ilmen ami sou Jon and Jay. They're visiting with his mother, Mrs. Bella Kugalman, and er. Mrs. Sue Tohrner, of Rivo Alto Island. >>>>cc Real estate attornej Irving Galber arrived last week with wife ft from their home in Newark, N.J. The Golbors will be guests of the Jack Kahns at their Bal our Terrace residence during their stay here. Hibiscus Island's Hal Pelten is the recipient of a gift from I staff that will enable him to do his phoning in comfort. Hal can now use his conference-type telephone equipped with [tucrophone substituta for the usual handset. "At last III be UOMgn check* while I'm talking," Hal's been proudly explainto friends while demonstrating the new gadget. Sojourning at the Saxony through Jan. 3 is Dave Charnay with 1 We and teenage youngster!. [President of Allied Public Relations, Dave has as one of his Ha^ilclients industrialist Lou Wolfson. Sandra Ell was uest of hpnor at a pre-nuptual luncheon last "given b> her fiance's aunt, Mrs. David Pollack, in her Abbott • home. Wa, who's the daughter of the Leon Ells, was home from at Vassar visiting her parents until late this week. She was to leave Thursday for Chicago to visit bridegroom.". j M | Dalkin, United States Navy, and her future in-laws, 1 **Ht Dalkin*. w on the Holiday Front: Also home these days is Barbara j r f ,ne L#wi Leobe, of Di Lado Island. Barbara* r*niard College student. J* from the University of Michigan: Nancy Rorhman, daunh < Irving Rorhmene; Merit Sabin, son of the Banjamm %  ""id Barbara Weiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saymour ^V& r al Party honor e dr. home of Judith Krensky Gerard. ITeWii^! 011 ;,re Mr •"* **•• t^aenaei Martolls, of Biecayne *" be married shortly to Al Heffmon. Washington. DC. ms d,n "*'r party waa the setting for the 25th wedding J of the Nat Sa*er, 5300 LaGcrc* dr.. at a fete in the notel last week. ar^aSlu M P' ann *< by the couple's daughter. Mrs. Marvin ife r.H i! QC ""--tera-inJaw. Mrs. Ralph Keplen, Mr.. Shorman ^ Wd Mr,. Donald Keplen. „ ,, awL ,no,h er, Mr*. Anne Kaplan, was among the 73 -^d'ng the affair. Ska end Nat have been Miami reaifciia rv I,au a*tr Rane attends the University of Hor"" Arthur u a student at Beach High. <.1t7 ovnem s IVorU ^femth Rrtfrfty, Friday. December 30. 1955 Section B Advance planners of the CJA Women's Division are shown with chairman Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff (center) at first official meeting held in her home this week. Standing before organization chart outlining some 30 social events in 1956 are Mrs. Herman Jacobs, Mrs. Sol Silverman, Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs. Simonhoff, Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, Mrs. Morris J. Goldin and Mrs. Moe Feingold. 30 Brilliant Social Events Planned Locally The Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal this week announced plans to hold more than 30 brilliant social and campaign events in an all-out effort to help the local fund drive achieve Us record-breaking 1956 goal. Meeting at the home of Women's Division chair, man Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff Tuesday afternoon, more than 150 key leaders of the campaign cabinet heard'.Mrs. Simonhoff explain the new fund drive structure to be adopted in the next two months. Definite dates have been set for the major fund raising events. "Increased giving by the women of Dade county could !>• the kej to a successful campaign,'' said MrSimonhoff. "It will not he cnoueh for contributors to give more in addition, we arc hoping that every woman in Dade county will join in our historic crusade to save Israel and thousands who seek haven there, and also to strengthen the Jewish life of our communitv The important Patron's Tea will be held on Jan. 16. attended by patrons from all parts of Greater Miami. A -pecial Miami Beach event, the Sponsor's Tea haa Ix-en scheduled for Feb. 14. On this same date a similar Sponsor's affair will be held for women of the Coral Gables and Miami area. Biggest event of all will be the annual "Luncheon Unlimited" on Feb. 29 at the new Seville hotel. In previous years, several thousand persons have attended "Luncheon Unlimited" in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. A "security team" will be in charge of the patron's event on Jan. 16, and a "hope team" will direct the Sponsor's event on Feb. 14 at the Beach. A "heart team" will shortly be named to organize the Sponsor's event in Miami and a "life team" will direct the huge "Luncheon Unlimited" program on Feb. 29. A series of parlor meetings will speed up organization plans. Mrs. Simonhoff explained, and will enable the campaign to proceed at a much faster pace. "This speed and urgency is demanded because of the grave crisis in Israel and the importance of doing our job quickly and well." said Mrs. Simonhoff. The Women's Division last year exceeded their quota for the campaign repeating an achievement of the previous year's CJA drive. Appointments of team commanders and chairmen of the traditional social events will be announced shortly. Accessories Viewed .amora Ladi es i tk. lwish National Home for AsthNurse Nikki Cad.gan. of the |M*ftj !" H-yeai-old ma tic Children at Denver lends a helping ^ ^ Howard Kaplan. 2911 SW 26th at., son > Q{ {he ael Kaplan, in ^^^^JS^ a. the National 13 children from this state ^9 r of JNHAC held a ? a g m r3a y L S i :o d SSSl for the Home, nationwrfe nonsectarian program. Highlight Trends In Fashion Show Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish Center held their annual membership affair Wednesday night at the Center. Mrs. Meyer Matloff was chairman, and her committee consists of the Mesdames Ann Cutler, Rose Calton. Ruby Shear and Sally Diamond. Program was under the direction of Mrs. Bernard Miller. Her committeee consists of Mrs. Irving Platoff and Mrs. Bernard Snetiker. A surprise program was featured, followed by a "Trends in Fashion" show. The clothes were donated by the Bea Smart Shop, Coral Gables. Accessories were furnished by Marion Millinery, in Coral Gables. Models included the Mesdames Norman Angel, Abraham J. Maloff, Samuel H. Miller, Philip Catsman. David Kivel, Wm. Locke, Irving Dean, Chip Diamond, Edward Fabricand and Ben Kleinberg.



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Page 2 B +Je*isti ncrkiian Friday, D ^•mber 30 COFFEE CAKE WITH STEAMING BREW >CCI id I To Acorn Squash Can be Made in Many Attractive Ways • %  Try This Favorite By LEAH LEONARD | cooked beef, lamb, veal or poultry _. .seasoned to taste and mixed with The other da) % %  > woman v|.,pped] a | ||( |,. -,„„ to ask what I did with aeorn la h "besides using them for in." Cm I use acorn squash in some .'. latable way?" Indeed you can. ladies, if the >ame question is worrying you. The green acorn squash, cut into half from tip to stem end, make most attractive "cup,s" for vegeHere are a few ways to prepare acorn squash Steam halves o| aeorn squash (discarding seeds and pulp) b] placing them in a Ughtb covered pol and adding 2 inches depth of COld water and a little salt Cook over low heat, allowing 15 to 20 minutes per pound of squash. Or. if you own a pressure cooker. es like peas, green beans, car jsteam in that most efficient t\pe ts or diced beets. Or for any of cooking vessel the number of combination of two vegetables. Or, Iminutes suggested for your type for diced or chopped leftover of cooker. This method conserve THOSE OLD CALORIE ENEMIES Battie-of-Bulge' Won Easily Enough When Sugarine's in Your Dessert With the holidays upon us, here |j teaspoons Sugarine • .in item oi interest for diabetics > teaspoon salt those people trying to keep I in the "battle :.v it's easj tci over eal when such i dance oi taste ten p i d b< i re i ifonl) human But when we do eat too 1 no matter bus ,i< li< ,, • • it is. ics and Ihn %  • wh singer l teaspo m cinnamon teaspoon nutn :i slight eatei i l' i cups milks i lain pastrj 1 6 I ited milk r 'avorltes i all the nutrients in this vitaminparked vegetable. Fill the cooked halves just befor* serviag time and slip under the broiler to lightly brown on top Any filling >ou desire makes ill a party dish Allow half an average iin aquaah per serving 01 course the cold weathei brings out calls for coffee cake. especialb from the young fry. Makes a lasts morsel with after-J noon tea or coffee, too. So. get out the mixing bowl, ladies and try the following hasty tasty Straustal Coffee Coke l'j cups all purpose flour '_• teaspoon salt •j cup sugar 2 teaspoons baking powder 3 tablespoons butter or margarine cup milk 1 egg. beaten I teaspoon vanilla flavoring Sift together flour, salt, sugar and baking powder into a mixing bowl Cut in the butter or margarine with a wire pastrjblender or two knives till particles the tf/ik of peas are formed. Stir in the milk and beaten egg then add the flavoring, mixing and stirring to form a stiff hatter Turn into a well greased 9 inch square baking pan and top with the follow tag mixture: 3 tablespoons sifted flour .'t tablespoons sugar 1 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 stick butter or margarine Blend these inert du nts with a fork till it forms little lumps vvlueli should be sprinkled over the batter ADl Chairman Speaks ft North Dade PTA Mrs Charles Hineser, Anti Defati on Mrs u m.ition League chairman of a local chapter of B'nai B'rith, was the featured speaker at the meeting of the North Dade Jewish (enter PTA Monday. Dec. 26. The business meeting was in charge of Mrs. rlareld Shop maker, president of the organiza MTSBS Summer5 forum. ^ M Mun^ .t^ he e^JJJ evening. "no{| Treat yourself to delicious coffee., .and sleep, too! Compare the flavor New Kosher Iwloirt Santa Coffee it all coffee, pur* toffee, blended and rootled H perfection. Compore Hi delicious flavor with yowr present coffe*. v\" V SV^.SV. >\. ,'//, i h iroughlj i >mb ne pumpkin. u calorie diets u %  \id hoUd J ""Ik. blend! In the cake pan. Bake 13 minutes • MO then reduce heat to :,7f> and continue baking 15 to 20 min%  the special dessert.' P to 9 inch d with in pai | | ,,.,,.„ ({go | |g it folks watching thei i "'; in moderate oven sugar .ntake need nol worn "" '' minutes, or until te holidj rt mixtun doesn't to knife I bantu I %  n< ; !!1 or cold Tine, n b< used m making wond rful d< icious a varietj oi delectable desserts unpkin pie, made without sugai the holiday Just use it tear in recbpi thai do not require sugai lor bulk it ine the pi '• wonders In sweeteninj Utea or till nicebj browned Into squares as cool Cut • iub&Utute for sugar in j >ur • tfe pumpkin pit reci] i up cooked or i in pumpkin New Year Means A New Setting With the New year, then be a new setting for the regular weeki] Menorah games of the North Shore chapter of I'.'nai B'rith w omen. Beginning with the first Wednes daj ot thfl New Year, and continu ing every Wednesday afternoon at 1 p m. thereafter, the games will be held at the Allison hotel. !• %  tea or other beverag is too. 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member 30. 1955 f^SfrtferibfeM f ter Installs ^$". Folk Matron \v Talk was inRuth norths i l75 order of the Eastern J^worthv ni.tmn.of Emunah *tpr 175. Mesdames Tibby RatnoU. 1 cretar>: Hannah Berger, u director; Blanche Lynn, *"y director. I.iesel Gutmann. """ion Cert rude Klein*• swiy Lap.,i Hessie Levine. Fearlman Ida Rosenberg. Linker c; Uv ,i e Schwartz. i. rranr.-uiian, Cecelia S^ah Libert. Minnie and Leah Fine, board of Hi.rv *' *'" feature music ai.J nment, a-u c .|| a fashion ebon Mrs. Burg will Women's Branch Elects Mrs. April Mrs. Simon April wag this week installed president f the I nion ol ortho!dox Jewish i us' ol America. Vice presidents are the Mes dames Meyer Katz, Esther Lerman. Kdward Schlus>ler. Philip Bendel. Louis Makovsky and Frances II lian. Recording secretary iMrs. Milton Ilurwitz; correspoding secretary. Mrs. Jacob Katz; treasurer. Mrs. Max Rappaport Advisory council are Mrs Shmar yahu T. Swirsky, Mrs. Jonah Cap Ian, Mrs. Tibor H. Stern. MrJoseph Rackov.sky and Mrs. Isaac Ever. A NEW COITION OF THE FAMOUS 24-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR! ITS FREE FOR OUR REAPERS! All dates up to Rosh Hoshanah in 1958,' Proceeds Slated For Hospital Miami chapter ol the National Children's Cai • i -linn,-,dai Chdip Bendel and Mrs Wolfe dinner d nci nounced thai the at 7 p.m. eeds went I the I National Childi tl. founded in Miami in I I care for childi heart n.l to furl %  < h Treatment nj child re ,„I, who Ipro| i DV il *rvion idenl iMrs will be "\ 11 the Scheherazade room Algiers hotel, when the member" lun •""' card party win taki Mi Jack Udell Page 3 Ladies Luncheon Due On Jan. 3, Saturday noon, the Deborah Tuberculosis Society will hold a luncheon meeting at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. lUA-raoird RM,jn l% b$tess for the luncheon. Mrs. Louis Levy ipresident. laol for lli Milkboy on th* box ond wropptr t the welcoming address. Kibbl '"ac Ever, spiritual Ijfwng the invocation. ***. prudent of the J'-mis, L,iu, club, will L"*" o.cer Mrs. baac 1^V" the benediction. *•* $4th$,. S-1M1 MILKBOY is mode in Swilierland — that genuine imported Swiss Gruyere just right for 'he YIDDISHEN GESHMAK All Hebrew and Englih date. fro. 1M4 to IMS. AU Jewish holidays up U> 17'* MW Dillon KM M agjjg jg* •I tk.I-Y-r H^r-r:n|llO> C.^nd.r W UNM.0^4. of Jr-loh NMWM. TW. •. MiiMM. in•" •• h v •• i^n N |i. J. HilMI CO. ••*. J fMt>twrk M. ?* / ARE YOU FARBLUNJET? Swid tWay fe* yaer free <••*; •' *• weattorfal aew Jtwih-itl k "Itaeitiih • Faaiillar Jtwuk Dtordt M d lipreitlea*''$ "• %  r siwj ir M HI* w v •''• M Tt*fcJMpetJi". See "!# %  •• f CJMMft" M aege S. S 222 jewuk wtetf*, •ipressiaa*. dttiaitiMi. eaetv etc Na, MM, edvcet^aal fee M whtJe tanily. f—r—r free eepy. wrire fe: &f J. p. — TUBIE RESNIK CALVIRT DISTILLERS CORP. 40S LEXINGTON AVENUE [HiWY0RK>J7, NEW YORK^ at your dairy meols and supptr sprtods —the perfect treat for "icebox goniffs". Httt N ii-Milkboyl Not jut Gruyort, bul lh. ry !•" ,h '• ,,,,l \ mod* i Switiorlond ond imported by So-dfo to pl*o '*<* YitWir>" to om KP M.lkboy Brand hond/ — to d* icioul. no'ihing ond toy 10 tr. with soupt. lod, in ond. Wkket, and for b.rw.0"-"**' '""" %  And of cour... o Ur.ific Irtot for X*bo. goniff. G.iM.Uboy at yowf. groctr 1 today I chairman Reservations are in charge of Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum, Mrs. Frances Kntine and Hannah Cohen. MATZOH MEAL Pure... white... just riaht! Ideal for "breading" chops. cutlets, croquettes. \ Grand for all redoes. WITH THE TASTE Distributed by PALM DlSTBJBUTOrlS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St, Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-8866 Is I at the Villain? j Read what heart specialists say about it in the Nov. Reader's Digest i t t t I I I t I I • I I I t i • I I f ( t I • I j I t I I I t .'{ I I t t • 161 N.E. 30th STREET HOLLAND IIOMY ilHKAH and HU IT CAKE are made without FAT or SUGAR AiK (OR THEM IN YOUR HtALTH fOOD OR GROCERY/ STORE Made by Holland Honey Cake Co., Holland, Mich. Distributed by COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY PHONE 2-1051 GRADE V^kiri.Q C| l r / 5EHVim "A** lr ^yTa^iB^ G REATER CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE W537 Oifftibv*ed by the BORDEN CHEESE COMPANY ^SributldbyTISRADE FOOD CO. ^ ^^ 7200 N.W. 29th Avenue



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Page 4 B It's the woman's touch a la the Girl Scouts for the doctors' looms at Mount Sinai hospital. Girl Scouts from Troop 331 at Nautilus Junior Hiqh school in Miami Beach are decorating ihe hospital's house staff quarter" under the direction of Mrs. Lester Stepner (far right) as troop leader. Helping with the troop's community project are Mrs. Ted Kipnis, assistant leader (far left), and Mrs. Louis Glasser 'center'. president of Mount Sinai Women's Auxiliary. WOMEN'S AUXIL IARY ASSIS TS Girl Scouts Decorate Hospital Facilities Mount S %  i ir b) th< tUus Jm Beach %  Mrs Lester Stepi and Kipnis isUnt leader, Ihe you Making cur. on the wall in the hospital rful man <•( the house committee of the Vuxiliary, noted thai the material! for the cur being furnished by the Women'i Auxiliary I Mrs Louis Glasser. L'iri scout are thrilled i" he putting their achool work in leh practical use bj livening the houM rtefl Mr Stepner taid Tht\ also welotnne the chance to make their tribution to the servicea >.i Mount Sinai hospital" Film to be Featured At Ladies Gathering Nounj; At Heart uroup of Temple ,Beth Sholom will hold its next I open meetinK on Tuesday noon, Jan 10. in the Temple patio, according to an announcement by Mrs George Cohen, chairman. The group will he hosts to senior citizens of (oral Gables Jewish Center Mrs Irving B. Kaplan. president of Beth Sholom Sisterhood, will present a film on the "House of Living Judaism" as the I leature of the meeting. Roosevelt Sisters Pick Mrs. Sanders Mrs. Nat Sanders will be install ,ed most excellent chief of Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian Sisters, in an open installation Wednesday evening, Jan. 4. at Dora August Hall Her pn r Mrs Rita An,dole. will become sitting past chief, and Mr> Lewis Pomerantz will be installing officer. Others to he installed include Mrs Arthur Robinson, excellent senior. MrBen Donnerstein. ea (client junior: Mrs Murray Fried jberg. manager; Mn Macau Bach. -ccretary. Mr-. Sam Schnyrhnl. treasurer; Mrs Bernard Micheiaon, protector; Mn Abe Krantt, guard: Mrrtarold Robin, pianist HOl OBpteted LhrM year '' rm -urer and pianet resix-itivelv Mrs Harry Baron, Mrs Irving Glaunan and Mrs. Alvin Stern wdl be presented with past ehiefpins Pioneer Women In Mrs Joseph MinUes. honorary i president of Pioneer Women, Ciui> II. who each year sponsors a fund raising project for the chlb in memory of her mother, presented £ concert Monday evening at Knes f*tfc Israel Auditorium. Pioneer %  W omen's child rescue project will benefit Artists performing included Ida Goldstein, well-known actress of [ the Yiddish stage, who presented character sketches; Mr. and Mrs David Woolf. who sang duets; and Mrs. Minnie Kaplan, well-known singer of folk music. Nathan Book span, active in the Laior Zionist movement for many years, was guest speaker Chairman of the evening was Mrs. Abraham Shedroff. according to club president Mrs. Ida Jacobs Local Fetes man of the affair Mrs |_ „, club President of the" Mt. Sinai St< Elected P re < Pioneer Women Club I will hold a New Year's eve dinner dance at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. 731 Washington ave.. Saturday. Dec. 31, at 9 p.m., with proceeds going to their child rescue fund. 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m ^•niberjy^ Iron Curtain, Says Wome n's Lea der, is a Stark Reality I;;;!" t..M-.-,.,i PMK I)(I „ „ M. MO.SE S. CAHN Mi** National Council of j,wi*h Woman r{Z shocked when I found my. LM actually confronting the iron ftPSrtain" the barbed w.re (Mr Cahn was one of four -1 in a troup of 60 AmerTin October as Kuests of-the ade for Freedom.) ling the border of Czcchosloj. with the West; the watch with the Communist MMI was taken aback by the nine from my hosts—the rep-ntativo of the Crusade for -dom-that one step across the andarv by a Westerner still — a pot '•hot. -r arrest. If e were out-idc of Munich, (irr ,v hiving 1"' n in Munich sevfdavI'd had a pleasant trip js "with the other guests of Crusade, on the comfortable rtered plane Wo had visited [headquarterof the great rajandpn .msupported r the Crusade We bad seen exd) leader< il Eastern Kuropean niitriebroadcast to their peoi;.,(|i„ Free Kurope; had rted the headquarter! of Free jopeFre-v had even floated baits carrying pamphlet! to Easti Europe. |Bat ail of thiv.., < -ivilized. a I—though unusual — of the world What a forbidPag chance wa the MRM of that ;r Then w re no Czechoslocivilians in view across the d tire In i Oddly, I won. if the invisible people bethe wire were lonely, being off from us, and suddenly I lonely, bemu cut off from n. People -bould not be isofrom each other this way. in feelingcut u> off from linother mm. than enough ally irithoul I arbed wire added. I But there n wa the wire, the tth towers, the soldiers. One i not but IK' conscioui that the tof quarantine -iretches up and l the middle of Kurope, jagged Ike Signature Shop ITTBACTIVE HANDMADE OIFT* for Every Age and Taata Miny On Be Pertonalixtd •r Ordered to Specifications K i a aii W Ploio, C*CMt Oreve Why Mountain Valley Niter is Recommended for... THE KIDNEYS if you art bataarad with your kidaey* aad "'* *> due la rii a t ui kidney fwnctiaa com*d by such caaaawa itouies as improper lift, of tar 40 slaw IAiwa" or avar-axar[tian, this natural minItral watar frata Hat iSarings. Arkoatas, oy help to: I. Stimulate the Kidneys. J. Neutraliie excess I ark acidity. 3. Discharge wastes. I '*.T M C 0UNTAIN VALLEY **TER TO THE TEST Wonderful Tabl. Water GOOD ADVICE^"JOtorn. may be oro njc .„ "r physician •o lee 1 >* r iM. CALL FR 3-2484 1 St., Miami, Fla. BJ* Vil|,y Wattr Ct. HEA^. M I'""NO ^LTM^SPA' I Airs. Mot'se S. Cahn anefdangerous as broken glass; and on either side, people: aware of each other, unable to meet, afraid of the soldiers at their backThis horder. this eolation: this is the western face of communism. I thought of the recent warning of the head of Russia^ Communist party. Nikita* Khruschev: "Those who wait ft* 1he Soviet Union to abandon communism, wait until a shrimp learn* to whistle." The homey old peasant saying mixes incongruously with barbed wire I had an opportunity to try to talks to the unknown people at row the border the next day. Back at Radio Free Europe studioinein hers of our group recorded messages of hope which were translated info live languages and broadcast to countries of Eastern Europe. RKE has a monitoring service which listens in to the broadcasts of communist countries It wasn't long before "Monitor" brought us the news that Moscow Radio had answered our broadcast. I borrowed "Monitor's" translation Moscow had said: "How the encnucof freedom like to hide themselves behind false signboards, with the special purpose of organizing new subversive activities against the peoples' democratic states! (Imagine! The broadcast was speaking of us!) It went on. in that nagging manner, to attack us because ". The members of the delegation themselves launched balloons with ... the dirty provocative leaflets, studded with lies and slander and hatred against the workers in the countries of peoples' democracy." It ended with a complaint that our "provocations"were "carried out on the eve of the forthcoming Geneva Con ferencc ... at that moment when peoples unanimously wish success to this conference and are overflowing with resolve still more to strengthen the spirit of Geneva." (This was the very conference torpedoed in November by Russian Foreign Minister Molotov!) The reason for the Russian announcer's excitement, evidently, is that the RFE broadcasts really hurt. They send "home news" which has been suppressed by the communist governments, and en tertainment. and cultural and reli%  total and how-to-do-it programof IV Poll h lUnjsi ran* H Ue'TnWVt "l '-'many • !" "i Munich I went to visit "'" **** displaced ,,„„ Jfipsin .... ( ,,„ n r v p,JS going forw.ni for the do. Foehrenwald. but first the loon ,M, "T 'I 1 "e camp ,, M1 p. Ported by the ( ,, rm;in (;(/W ri i t, with additional subsidies ;"" 7 VI Provided by the joint Distribution Committee Deborah l.ev> lant to „ K social work director at Foehren. ,wald, showed me around. Deborah wa-one of the fir-t of Council's overseascholarship studentshe studied at McGill University Social Wort School in Montreal, and habeen engaged in important and sometimes dramatic work ever -nice -he returned to Europe. Deborah introduced me to a young man of 28 who pr ob lem lor the auth irities tryini I ^arrange the campclosing, The }*pung man dot -n't want to li Foehrenwald. lie has lived in campsince his parents were exterminated :• • %  r in hiearl) childhood. Deborah explained thai i ihis substitute for mother and father, and he iafraid to trj his It recent!) that many was a Nazi lab thi uploration ol human beings' n re h irrible capabilities. I -till feel an instinctive trepidation at actually being on German soil; I doubt that the Jewish generations which lived through the war will ever overcome this feelini the frightened "child' AJCongress Chapter Presents Play at Local Meeting "The Light-Bringers," by Morn mer J. Cohen, was presented in I commemoration of chanuka at a meeting ol the Miami chapter of the American Jewish I ongress on Wednesday al Koubek Center Tlic |.I;i\ was directed by Mr-. iLouiHaffner, program chairman, ami members participating were the Me-d.imcBenjamin Kamen, Edward Goldstein, Harold Prince, Aiir.d Rubenstein, Russell Winer, Hortj Fay, Joseph Weisman, Ann Heidenrkb, Louis Haffner and At t Malerski. Background music was played by MrM N Katner '2d \n ? /,,,a > s,ha >'-cady 28 years ,-d \nd another totalitarian force rules behind that barbed wire 1,,K '"' : '"" Pressecea-eleJjato^ the WestTlookinrfo? wlyl '" 'ncrease its holdings, it was ;-'7 learn that five „k PaUents at the Foehrenwald hoPjtal, offered transfer to a hospital ,„ Be rlln refused jctause Berlin isfooelosetotbe Russians! '" Europe, and most painfully to surviving victims of the Nazis, the """ (urIain a cold fact of daih jlife. Will .last -until shrimp lear to whistle"? 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Page 6 B "JewistincrtMM L JO. II <^fn the r^calm or t^ocietu | tytintftAeA f4famt *} Wine at Rites Made 35 Years Ago by Her Grandmother The Fontainebleau hotel on Sunday. Dee. 18, was the scene of marriage between Bessie Lou Rosenblatt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rosenblatt, 405 North Shore dr.. formerly of New York City, and Myron Bernard Susman. son of Mrs. Anna B. Susman. 6376 SW 14th st. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-Kl, officiated at the 6 p.m. double ring candlelight ceremony, assisted by Cantor Phillip Brummer. Best man was Sanford Susman. brother of the groom. Ushen were Aaron Rosenblatt, brother of the bride. Jack Harris, Abraham Eisenman and Michael Rosenblatt. Maid of honor was Faye Brodsky. with Morrie Eisenman, nephew of the groom, acting as ring bearer. The sacramental wine used for the religious ceremony was made by the bride's maternal grandfather 35 years ago. The bride selected a gown of imported chantilly lace over traditional bridal satin with Elizabethan collar, fitted bodice embroidered with pearls, long sleeves tO-wristpoint and very bouffant skirt. Her four-tiered French illusion rail was attached to a lace Khzabethan cap studded with pearls. She carried phaeh-nnp-.i-i and Mephanotis on a Bible, gift from Mrs. Max Solomon, friend of the family. For something borrowed, the bride wore the same wedding band her mother used on her wedding day. The bride is a graduate of William Howard Taft high school, at• and Holiday visitors In this city abound Mr mdM %  daughter Joan* have arrived from *.i.ii.u7* s m l Etbl, from Westfield M Mrs. Klblonks parents. Mr. and Mr. M..... „ %  J to stay *91 Li Hyd. was a birthday party given at Angle and Fred's '- •" Welcom! n Elblonks parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hsrry B Rod rd M ra. Sam Crusliin, frequent winter visitor fr^V 891 ^fta n, frequent winter visitor irm v b 7 arrived for a Beach' "St u* Hyde| iven at Angle and Pted's reWaurS!, 0 1 1 1 Jacques Cohens. Or. Harvey Losmen and Fr.d Coh.„ nt Wlt Mr. and Mrs. M J. Snap* 400 Lenox ave are *S' and daughter. Mr! Joan from Swarthmore College and son Michael from" reunion in their home with son-in-law and" da'uphT n ^\'. ng a h M Morton Smith, students at Chapel Hill AlsovuJti nd '"ng is dau^hu New Hampshire .• m Philli Ps Exeter] The M. Michael Sermans, of Harrison. N Y Jr. and Linda are spending the season with Mrs Sc — Mich David D. Mays, of Bay Harbor Islands Holidav is their granddaughter. Eileen Radan, at t Eileen's folk's are Dr. ami Mrs. Milton R.o.n Glas/rJ** MOftf ABOUT rtAVU dm AN CtUISfS Madoffs home ort.pj AT ilium* Mrs. Myron Sutmmm tended Adelphi College in Long Island and will receive her degree at the I'niversity of Miami in June. The groom attended Ohio State I'niversity. Notre Dame University and was recalled to service during 195354 A wedding reception was held in the Boom Boom room of the Fontainebleau hotel. The couple are spending their honeymoon in Nassau and will then motor up to Birmingham They will make their home at 1940 Marseilles dr.. Normandy Isle. Katzman, Kratish Exc In a candlelight ceremony in I the Scheherezade room of the Al-! giers hotel. Wsj Elite Katzman be-. came the bride of Jack Kratish on Saturday. Dec. 17. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jack Katzman. 3122 I'inetree dr. The groom's parents are Mr and Mrs. Eugene Kratish. 2931 Prairie ave. The bride wore a white gown of peau-de-soi and imported lace and pear] droplets with a long train. She carried a white Bible covered with white orchids and streamer of lilies-of-the-valley. change Vows Maids of honor were the bride's and groom's sisters. Misses Sheila Katzman and Carol Kratish. Bridesmaids were Misses Roslyn Grippo. Linda Grussmark. Lois Kulman. Rita Teitel and Judy Young. They wore powder blue, ballerina-length gOWBl of net with long torso. Best man was Jerry Teitelbaum. Islx-rs were Martin Chapman. Paul Giordano, Leonard Grand, Aaron Schwartz and Jack Solomon. Hilary Kulman served as flower girl. After the ceremony the guests were entertained at a reception and dinner in the Rubaiyat room. & urdme's.... s~u**m -a*~w the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •ref. U.8. pat. oft MIAMI MIAMI IEACH FT. LAUDEtDALE WIST PALM IEACN %  Warner-Murray Mrs. CmkrM Oeafsc* Waldmans Give Ann in Marriage; Notables at Rites Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Waldman gave their daughter. Ann. in marriage to Gabriel Deutsch. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Deutsch, of Youngstown. O.. and Long Beach, NY. The wedding took place at Waldmans Crown hotel on Sunday, Dec. 18. Two hundred and fifty guests attended the wedding. including many notable Miami and Miami Beach residents. The bride chose a white gown of French imported chantilly lace over nylon tulle and satin. Her cloche cap and shoulder-length veil was of matching lace and seed pearls. Her pearl white Bible was adorned with two white orchids and streamers of baby orchids. The bride's mother wore a biege lace cocktail dress. The groom's mother wore a midnight blue lace and silk organza cocktail dress. Both mothers wore orchids cor. sages. The bride's attendants were Mrs. Irwin E. Koppel. matron of honor, and Miss Leila Waldman, maid of honor, sisters of the bride. Miss Ellen Lee Levenson and Miss Julie Foltyn were Junior bridesmaids, and Miss Debra Levenson was flower girl. They are nieces of the bride. The groom's attendants were Dr. Harvey Roth, best man, and Bruce Landesman. junior usher and nephew of the bride. Thomas Sandel was ringbearer. He is a nephew of the groom. The bride is a graduate of Miami Mrs. Pearl Lesser, of Normandy Isle, left this week (or ditto visit her brother. Manny OoMhemer, in Inglewood Also!?? list are her sister. Mrs. Betty Yemron. Beverly Hills and brother. HArry Goldhamar, in Palo Alto They are all nL, final reunion in Palm Springs ... The Al Rosans spent last weekend. the sea Accompanied by Miss Rosalia Sholti, thev left their HJ cus Island home for a Caribbean cruise While Mr. and Mr*. 3 Staarns, of 4595 Jefferson ave.. were aboard the SS Alcoa Cava'ieH a 16-day Caribbean cruise ... The Stearns itinerary included iZI Dutch Island of Curacao, Trinidad, Puerto Cabello and Guantana Helen and Gaorpe Chartkof are back in their Coral Gables read. %  \ after their weekend tour of Cuba With them were son Barns 1 'J daughter Diane While on the island, they were entertained to Isaac Habit* Mr. at* Mrs. Lewis Barrrsh have returned to then home at 923 South 13th ave., Hollywood, after spending the in Nassau ffATtKNITY M>rS Mil 0V DOWN f*0M CHICAGO Miriam and Milton Sirkin's North Bay rd. home is crowded 1 days, what with son Dick here for the holidays. Dick also a host of Pi Lambda Phi houseguests from the University of Carolina Enjoying the Sirkin hospitality are Sandy Fltithman, Fav N.C: Don Kurtz. Rock Hill. S.C.; Dick Oresman, Providence, Rl;] Lipman, Newbero. N.C; Elliot Schartx, Charlotte. N.C; Albtrt Waiti Fayetville; Jerry Cohen, Morgantown, N.C; and Davt Wa Tampa .... Vacationing on the Beach but spending a good deal of tine | these Pi Lambda Phis at the Sirkin home are Dick's fraternity Steve Trachtenbera, Jacksonville, N.C; Dava Burrows, Long Ksli Paul Leder, Whiteville, N.C; Martin Rosanrweig, Ixmg Island; Darryl Chason, Long bland And a merry holiday it must be Samuel Bergman, president of the Exchange Insurance Co. go, and wife Mora arrived last weak for a Saxony recess .. SAM0C1 MIDLANDS IHUHAfH TJKM THIKD Hattie Friedland will preside as hostess in her North Bay rd. at a special Pace Setters dinner of the Cimbined Jewish Appeal Hattia and husband Sam, Food Fair board chairman, are eyeing Ja as the date of the dinner which will honor Golds Myarsea Minister of Labor Rumors abound anew about Gild* Dahlbari now plans to invest in the New York production of -Waiting Godot." Some 200 guests at Phillip Weiss' Royal Hungarian restm Tuesday honored the arrival of the new son of Rabbi and Mrs. Ah der Cross The briss welcomed the couple's third child, wh> brother Shaul Shrapa and sister Orah Miami Beach publicity' Hank Meyer if adding another feature to his national publicity paign ... TV program "I've Got a Secret" will originate from the r come January Hank also has lined up Eddia Fishar, *sa**| Lewis, Dave Oarreway, Steven Allen, Arlene Francis, Jack P many others Beach Senior high school. Mr. York City. Deutsch is connected with the KabAfter their honeymoon,' ro Construction Company ia New couple will reside in Lonf so easy to buy with your MORRIS BROS.' Revolting Charge Account pay nothing down ... 1/3 your balance oach month and NO CARRYING CHARGE MORRIS 70 L FLAGIER DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAV WORKERS A-1 Employment Service (J7 N I. St*. St. PH. 94401 AL MEIOENBERO. 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.D** ber 30. 1955 Jewhl>rkri Tobin's Gown irkleat Kites 1'jleflTinarrifd Mr. and M. Tobin will spend their jn in Montego Bay. JamaiPortau I'rince. Haiti. were married at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. William (aha William Kahns Will Reside in Texas After (Aiba Trip The wedding ring that Lt. William Joseph Gahn slipped on Frances Ann Specter's flager Sunday had been used for ten marriages in the bride's family. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg peryl ,he Alters ho^Miam. ceremony .n L R,bb ', n'T, heTote.fct David Synagogue. Mr. and Reception at the hotel fol-)^ ^ Spector 1022 sw 12th I the ceremony. J bride is the former Arlyne itkett. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ajamin Schockctt. 4315 North in ave. Miami Beach. Her %  to gave her in marriage, [lax imported from France lionH the bride"-, tfown. It feaI long slee\->. an illusion-yoke %  breidered with seed pearls iridescentand a stand-up collar. bride wore a fingertip veil white orchids on a white WTMr-Kaka **. lock Krmtitk st., gave their daughter in marriage. The br.ie wore a gowri of chantilly lace and tulle over satin. trimmed with iridescent sequins and seed pearls and fashioned with a chapel length train. A jeweled butterfly cap held her fingertip illusion veil and s he carried a heart shaped bouquet of orchids, carnations and stephanotis. All the bridal attendants wore heart shaped necklaces, gifts of the bride. Mrs. Julius Spector and Annette Buan were honor attendants. Joyce Spector and Annette Levitt, cousins of the bride. Judy Miller and Marsha Cantor, were bridesmaids. Flower girl was Karen Brand. Louis Spector. bride's uncle, was best man for the bridegroom. Lt. Kahn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernett W. Kahn, Whitestone. Long bland, NY. Ushers were Julius Spector, uncle of the bride, Joe Lewis and Matt Enzer, fraternity brothers of the bridegroom, Morris Spector, bride's brother, and Morton Zigelsky. Steve Spector, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. His mother, Mrs. Elmer Spector. was soloist, accompanied by Larry Blue. The bride's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector. held the reception in their borne, 1824 Brick ell ave. Alter a wedding trip to Cuba, the couple will live in San Antonio. Tex., where the bridegroom is stationed at Lackland Air Force Base. •' double ring candlelight cm"n„nv on Sundiy, „,, 8 at the Homestead Jewish Center Ren,me Mane Marks, daughter 01 Mr lami Mr. Barman Marks, 72 .\\v 1st st Homestead, became the br.de of Jack gab, m of Mr an( Mrs. Samuel Salz. 250 Michigan ave.. M.am. Beach Rabbi Alfred |\yxmann. T '' mpl z "'. Perform. eo tne ceremony. I Best man WU Merman Kellman | Maul fit honor was Barbara Kay Marks lister of the bride. Uther were Bill Losner, Ernest Bert he. Avi Kachmff and Allen I.eff. The bride selected i wedding gown ol Imported chantilly lace long tight bodice and fitted sleeves with point at -wrist and scalloped neckline edged with seed pearls on illusion How. of iridescent Kqtllni were on front of the bodice and full bouffant nylon tulle skirt. Rows of lace and sequins formed a panel in front, ending in a -weep train. The bride is a graduate of Homestead high school and attended the University of Honda. She is a member of Alpha Bpsilon Phi mr. ority. She will receive her degree in education at the l.'nivcrsny of Miami in February, 1956. Mr. Salz received his Masters degree in electrical engineering at the University of Florida. Reception and dinner followed at the Homestead Jewish Center. After their honeymoon, the couple will be living in Gainesville. Pago 7B Zimmerman Becomes ^ 0 smdra zl; ultz ln Miami Beach Ceremony monies Sunday evening. Dec Is, n the Grand ballroom of the Fon' l-ebleau. H-bbi ^ Uhrman The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs David Zimmerman. 7770 Hawthorne ave.. Miami Beach The groom's parents are the Joseph Schultzes, of Shreveport, La. Given in marriage by her father, the br.de chose an imported chantilly lace gown with ci bodice on a voluminous skin i oi yard, ol gossamer tulle. The cap-shaped headpiece was embroiith lace and pearls and was created by La Heine. A fourtiered veil put the finishing touch 10 the tiara. The bride carried a family Bible on which were placed three white orchids, with a cascade of lihesof-the-valley, Maid of honor was fcfjsi Caryl Siegel. of New York, a student at the University of Miami. Brides, maids included cousin of the groom Mist Marilyn Beychok, of Shreveport; Miss Deanna Silberstem. another UM student: and Mia Paula Simon, Miami Beach. Junior bridesmaid for her sister was Miss Diane Zimmerman. Best man for his son was Mr. Schultz. Ushers included Mac Teninbaum, of the UM; Robert Bahcal and Louis SK l f n jy ers y; Sa m ^ chok -!jan"31.\W V wTir V bert'nome* % in uncle of the groom from Shrevec-u L .u %  %  nor, a n,t Phll.n ,„H tlvZ n" ,w Shreveport. where the couple plan Werner-Kahu Mrs. Richard /M. Schultz at the UM. His fraternity is Zeta Beta Tau. Following a honeymoon tour of Montego Bay. Port-au-Prince and iCiadad Trujillo. they will return I to Sandpiper Villas until the end V\e,nstein. Louisiana | o f he UM semester here> Af ep port; and Philip and Harry Breiter. the bride's uncles of Miami Beach. Junior ushers were Danny and I Myron Tuman. New Orleans couisins of the groom. } to continue their studies. Among out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mrs. Philip Rubin, Mrs. Paula Tuman. Mrs. Lucian Zilberman and Sam Rosen and Sandra has been a resident of daughtcri Martha al of New 0 rMiami Beach for 14 years. She at-' eans Mr and Mrs s siegel Mr tended Miami Beach high school and ia I'M sophomore. Her hus and Mrs. Sid Singer. Mr. and Mrs. H. Kallman and Mr. and Mrs. Bud. band graduated from Shreveport j dy Me | ton a n of Houston, Tex.: hmh schools, attended 1 in BaDr an d Mrs. Yale Fodiman and ton Rouge and has also studied Admitted to Practice Before Highest Court in Land Marvin L. Ames, local attorney. Wednesday received from the Supreme Court of the United States a certificate admitting him to practice before the court. Ames, a commander in the Naval Reserve, was sworn in before the Supreme Court on Oct. 3. while in Washington. D.C., on a trip sponsored by the Naval Reserve. On the same date, he was admitted to practice before the United States Court of Military Appeals at the capitol. Barney Goodman. Stamford, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. I. Neustadt and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brooks, Shreveport; and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Richter and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kass. Long Island. N Y. 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f9 8 B | *Jeisl morning services are at 8:15. Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assist ed by the choir under the direction of Eli Samuels. • MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE. Ki.-elman will bless the candles GATION will hold Friday evening Saturdaj morning services are at services at 8:15. Rabbi Isaac Larer 0:48 Neil son of Mr and Mrs. will officiate and discuss: "Resolu Joseph Olchin. will become Bar tions snd Resoiutes.' Ones Shab Mitzvah bat follow.Saturdaji morning • • • services are at 9 Rabbi Lerer-will BETH S R A E L CONGREGA'" "" ,; Da") TlON .ii hold Friday evening servicesareat8a.nl and 4:46 P >.. ,.,,„,.. .,, 5:ao ;ini H M pm wnDTu nAne -_., Saturday morning SefViCI BN at NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN,, ,.,,,,„ ,, ,.^ ((|Mm;m „„, TER hold Friday evj | ilh( r A(U|(i ... ..t 8.15 Rabbi Henrj EUUott. son oi Mr and Mrs Irving > eai < ant r Maurice Neu renthe mu ical portii i the — liturgy, with Lucille M i ire direi cl Ir Saturday morning -< rvices I Ira K D ol Mr and Mrs. Mich tel Corli com. Mitzvah tekbi Iton Kroniih "What Has EIMU?" CANDLELIGHTING TIME Teveth 15 — 5:23 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will, hold Fridaj evening lervict 8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will .uid preach on the topic 'The \cu Year iiUistorj us will become Bar Mitzvah Class in tomi ami Superstitions I antor : ''' |s "1 4 pm Mincha Will be; Jacob Bornstein render-the musicl! s P m • followed bj Shalos Setf ortions <>l the liturgj d a Dallj services are at 7:30 a.m. I 525 p m ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER VMII • hold Fridaj evening services at TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood 8 lj Rabbi B Leon tfurwitz will *"ill hold Friday evening servi preach on the topic Sources ol %  '' "30 Rabbi Shapiro will preach v — am** c ru* u •• Strength." Mr. and Mrs Philip on "Transforminc Years into Life." J n T Mr M ^ W n ^ will be boats al the Oneg Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun renders!?"., ^JKS JP2 1 ?. 1 ? Shabbat in honor of the first anni the musical portions of the liturgy 5*12 ,he 0n *Mt in honor BtsmanHall Saturday The Mesdames Paula Barskin. Best 2,JSr A!^ *J b 5 comes Bar morning services are at 8.3u Ser Fishman, Dora Green. Mary Feld-i M ,UVah dunn Sal rday n, rnin moa will IK. based -n the Weekly an, Ubbie Tannen and Mollk SET J' n J A 1^ Sam Ue Portion ( ant.,r Rii1 -SI 1 Washington ave. Orthodox. K.ii'i'i TIIM'I Btara Cantor Maurice Mimrhn, BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION Mf Ku. lid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joaaph K Rai'knvi-kv HEBREW ACADEMY-SIS 6th at Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Orosa. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION — 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Ji nah 1' into* Aiiiaham Self. TORAH TEMPLE — IBM West ave. American Judaism. Rabbla Abraham BBd LOU CORAL GABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER310 I'aU-rmo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mori I* BkOB i.intor Irving BtobllM ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER—44 Zanmra ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. LaXMI HUTWltS. Cantor Rudolph Hull. DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-135 XW 3rd ave. Orthodox.' Rabbi Ail-Backer. HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD—17.'5 Monroe at.. Hollywood. Conservative. Itabbl Samuel I.TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD -MM 1-olk it, Hollywood. ConaervaRabbl DavM Hhaalro Cantor Yehudah Hdlbraun. TEMPLE EMANUEL OF FT. LAUDERDALE —1S0I South Andrews ave.. I'l 1... i.l.i .In!.Iti-foiiu. Itnlilil Mai lug Ranson. H.ALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-951 Kant 4th ave. Con\ itlva. NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL U1 NK 1'th it. It. form. Rahbl Joaopll \arot. Rabbi Ja i i iiaiibi Knu-ritus. Cantor Jacob Borsistaln. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER — S5O0 Noitli Miami ave. Rabbi Abraham Herson. Cantor Allnit ia.mii. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION IBM] NW 17th ave FLAGLERGRANAOA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 50 NW 51st pi. ii-.. i \. %  tiv.Rabbi Lao 11• In. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER ISI W( I DUs l,v. Conservatlv. Rabbi ll.niy tikollra. Cantor Mnu. NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION 164th BL and NK 11th ave. Conaervatlv*. Rabbi Isaac Larar. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE-2625 BW 3rd ave. I — aim Q -in in i dis ihc Jewish noridlsii in Rahhi wi, ..."'-"''Rbts 8:30. with cantor renderin g the nni.cafc In ,h l T SCrm0n *'fS on the Weekly |-„ rIlon J* T i ;' ^5 Pm he Shalos Seudo> and Maariv • HIALEAH. MIAMI spii. JiWISH CENTER ,,11^5^ eveninR services at 815 Rahh Rakovsky will oHictate.' 2 ter Chenanie chanting the l,t„ Onej? Shabbat follows. „v rvative. Rabbi dox. Rabbi Rabbi Morton Con Taako\ Roawabara. cantor William \v Mpatist BETH EL CONGREGATION — .".00 BW 17th ave. BhmaryahD T Bwlrakjr. Cantor Loula Oartcnhaus. ISRAELITE CENTER31SS SW 24th trr. Conservative. Malav*.ky. <'antor Samuel Salkow. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION -1101 8W 12th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Simon April Cantoi Rerele Kelemer. W E 8 T MIAMI TEMPLE ZiON BW lTtb at Coi—ifatlva. Itaii.i AIH. .1 \\\, xman. I fortion. Cantor Rudolph Brii] reo. Padon will be hosts ; ( t the Oneg ders the musical portions ol the Shahhai Saturday moining servlitur 11— — -• ••— BETH DAVID CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate and discuss "College Youth Report." Saturday morning services are at 9. Sermon is | on the Weekly Portion Cantor Wi! are at 9 Tevy. son of Mr. and Mrs Mack Wcllins. will become Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are in the chapel at 9 a.m. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Kfraim Gale, executive director of the — ..... ..v.n.j i ..limn v.aruur wn-i • •••• %  ui inc liam Lipson renders the musical ; ,reatcr Miami Jewish Community portions of the liturgy Junior' n cr w '" ^ S ucst "Pcaker and services are at 10 a.m. •* %  Youth Faces Life in • (Greater Miami" Cantor Albert CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN^ Uatx genders the musical porTER will hold Friday evening of ,he llturg v ^'urday services at 8.15. Rabbi Morn" x \'"^ s on,ccs re at 9 Shop Will preach on the tDpic %  T h v SK W '" Jjving 365 Days > V, :u s.'me Z£J^£*P~" New Year Reflections K ,,| H rt ll,,pt> Kiddush^follows discuss: Renewed portions of the liturgy. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services will be at 8 am and 15 minutes before sundown. see HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach on the Weekly Portion ol the Law Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 am and 5 p.m.. with Sunday morning services scheduled for 8. Straussburg ami the choir renders tin Sabbath melodies, with Cantor %  TVing Robinson as soloist. Mrs Joseph Otchin and Mrs William Shalos Seudos. Hosts arc Mr. and Mrs Isidore Sosna. e -e e TEMPLE EMANUEL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8 p.nj. Rabbi Irving I^ehrman will dedicate the late service to the college youth of the Temple fain ily. who arc home for their midsemesW vacations. Subject of his sermon is: "Build and be Rebuilt." Participating will be Herbert Kaplan, Carol Levinson. Harriet Lipton and Richard Rose. Saturday morning services are at 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Alan Fredric. son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Green, and Allen Benjamin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kurzweil. will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Philip Brummer renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • e e BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morninu services are at 8:30 Babbi Joseph Rabbi H. Louis Rottman wiD| installed spiritual leader Beth Israel Congregation banquet Sunday evening 15. in the DiLido hotel. Ra Oscar Fosman, presider.' a! I Hebrew Theological Coliegel Chicago, will be installing cer. ffakfe-i Morris Skoa "New Ytor Reflcctians' FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold | Friday evening services at 5:15. (Saturday morning services are at MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL CON8.30. Rabbi I..S3 Menu officiates GREGATION ,ll hold Friday eveand d Man Proposes and Rackovsky Vilfotticiare^anTX m, rnm.! Saturday God Disposes Junior services are CUM the Weekly Portion. At 4 p.m.. V nTv ar a 8 < 3 ft' 1? S i W ', ,h Je((r V Slrumpf h w Pleach on the topic: "Piety "o Mr and Mrs | th( h ami Sammy Usko officiating. Mm—Not Fanaticism" Mincha is at S. o'X ;.s B ar m M,,7Vah "•""" I ^ l fl bfa,5pi S5 services 4 30 p m fo.lowed by Shalos S*u & £& & ZJI jre a t 8 %  s ssnzsr** ir Kelemer will rend^-r the musical! BETH EL CONGREGATION will • •" • SJWTirg,Wa -THJACO.^GGATjON W am and 53 r i 5 a S n a '" rda £ '""• %  "•ng services will hold Friday evening serv.ees • • • Ci H ,J?„ TK r S I. Sw, 'kv :,t 5 and 8:15 P" 1 Irvin Katz. prm AGUOATH ISRAEL HEBREW Rn u ,n •" Cruc,bl of Two cipal of Miami Beach High'School. INSTITUTE will VwSS^SmTS^S^JSSS ^^ W '" ^ gUesl iP< ker and di CUS s: n.n K serv.ces ., 5:30 Saturday of the l.tur^v ^^ Youlh Pro blcm." M.lv.n morning ^^ ^Jttt\ZTj&JKZ?* !" %£**' '.nunlentfor Saturday morning services are al 8:30. Rabbi Tibor Stern offl sic specialist and acted as CJ, ant to the workshop on ?' activities. Schulman conduc the session on Jewish llving 1 [J2 worm supervis< d the athle] events which I !'I ace at conclave. of Rabbi Ever's sermon will be In the End of Days" Kiddush follows. Mincha will bant 5 pm preceded by a 4 p.m. class in Talmud. Dr. Samuel S. Lefkowifx will Ibe host at Shalos Seudos Daily services are at 9 a.m. and 5:30 p m • &f • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and discuss: "A New in Sanhedrin is at 4 p.m. • • • BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATlON will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 Saturday morning serv.ces are at 830. Rabin Ar.e Becker will preach on the topic: Immortality Through Influence." (lass in Talmud precedes the ice at 8 am. Clas, in Bible will I*. TSMPLS 2, *'> hold Friday at 5 pm followed hv li K even,n ,erviw€ S3 and 8:3 P.m., followed by Mincha and p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will Marks Unveiling The Dedical i„ thi M< ,; MORRIS I MAKK3 fo'" mi sw wM ukt r % %  '•-< Si MOAt l^' %  l ^ 8lH 3 : Mi V "" RABK. S M M< Mr-, In add.C.on W I ; R.yM.rL. son*. San, : EUM •" „: I' k and MrEat' "• *' rcNdent ,L,M oil Thurmond M pany



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1955 r DectmberjO. ation Budget Committee Names tassel Head as Sub-Groups Planned JT „, embM of the law %  A' vin „...i A | aaael In Miami "iwfajjW^r member of the law of ** d „, r Miami Jewish Fed''* X [committee for 195. ""iTan announcement by Myers, I %  •-.k-ration pres*£ %  Lortoi mmittae, con •iStUn alected from t ihf ,|,,n board Ibta for conAssociation Will TI irt Fellowship Funds Available Dade Coun!> TuberculoM> Assoannounc". Wednesday that lopectsto support a fellowship i research in cardio-vaacutaf and fconarv diseases al the Iniverof Miami school of medicine |.. ear i; : 11 reaulta are •vedini'' irrenl annual holir seal salt\ oal $125.Ifilter C ""' n prc-i ^jaid Ui medical ad il recommendtke Mipr reh fcl 'ifiinil> It SI. 8"' v inn's I Ufl of %  wtcrv l„ %  week re Lft f: H: N ,. total teaJ sale ij,s94_ M M rceni of I 41.400 Dado i intians have reLiodd to th< al I.-Her so far. |j,' about 52.30 each Paul 'r a i-bairman. urgJJner>one I in their >eai before v in la) Ik annual .. • of Tuberculosis i n the sole uric of support tk year-round work of the \ -niation. sidering requests for funds of beneficiary agencies in the Combined Jewish Appeal The group also determine* whirh national and local beneficiary ajaadea shall be included in the annual drive and decides upon allotments to non-local beneficiaries. Tassel's committee met last week and gave unanimous approval to the projected CJA campaign goal of $1,350,000. plus an additional sum of $375,000 to be raised at the same time for allocation to the United Jewish Appeal immigration and resettlement program in Israel. Cassel is a member of the Federation board of governors, a member of the community planning committee and has served with the budget committee for the last two years. He is vice president and a director of the Jewish Family Service and belongs to the Coral Gables Jewish Center. He I* also a member of the Dade County Bar Association, American Bar Association. Florida Bar and Miami Beach Bar Association. •'The budget committee act a a trustee in a double son-e. said Cassel. "It serves as trustee [or the contributor, seeinu that his arc economically and el Young Adult League Holds Ball Sunday Vouns Adult League of £ STZ Gaeater M.am. Jew.sh Commun.tv Center held It, inaugural ball and ^ketball game Sunday evening Page 9B The game featured RUBS' AH Km vs. Young Adult League U'am. Highlight of the evening was pinning of six past presidents <>f the elub. They are Helen teitisely ii-ed. and it Retfvea U trustee in behult of tinpeople we serve through our agMldw, mak ing certain their noeda are adequately met." el %  %  announced that he will shortly appoint sub-committces from the major groups which study local, national, defence, rel igious and ovcr*ea> agency applications. MkaN *und,n lev Students Look forward to Opera Induction Jan. 27 J* of their most ambitious ri? !" f >' scheduled, high I 000 -tudentof the Lear School J rehearmfor their mid5 PWaeitanon of the opera •efulh c! *„ cast is being ,"> W i Roth, director it JuT & m c departP* ndlH John Lee. for..nd now R. • %  i hool's faculty. L, hrected many Cr-'"''""'-" 1 Hall and Con Rundell Joins Publicity Firm Richard Rundell has resigned from The Miami Herald to form the public relations firm of Gerald Schwartz and Richard Rundell. with offices at 411 North Miami ave. A member of The Herald edttfl rial department for 12 years. Rundell covered many of the paper's news beats and in recent months served as assistant to the city editor. The firm has been named u Florida member of Public Rela tions Management Corp. international organization with beadquar. ters in New York City. Rundell is a member of Sigma Delta Chi, professional journal istic fraternity, and is a captain in the U.S. Army Reserve He WM public information officer of the 51st Florida-South Carolina Na tional Guard division for five peal war years. Schwartz is past president of the Greater Miami professional chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma, profes sional advertising fraternity, and a member of Public Relation* So ciety of America. Memberships have been granted to the firm by the American, Government and Florida Public Rela tions Associations, American Marketing Association and National Industrial Advertisers Association A 24-hour teletype network links Schwartz and Rundell of I icewiih PRMC offices in Chicago. Boaton | Philadelphia, Los Angeles and 20 other cities Ahrin Cassel Gettinger Leaves Miami Federation After 7 Years Max C Gettinger, assistant director ol the Great) r Miami Jew i-ii Federation, uiii leave the ation after seven %  'i service o ;i: poai ion as executive tor of the Ubany Jew i h -h '(immunity 'ouncil Announcement >f Gettinger's >lans was made Wednesday by GeMmjer F'ederatioii president Stanley (' Myen Gettinger, formerly of New York City, returns lo his home state to %  MOM the rwponaiMJitiea for central planning and for direction of fund raising for local, national and Israel causes in the Albany area In Federation. Gettinger was primarily responsible lor directing the budgeting and community planning functions of the major agency. Prior to coming to Miami, Gettinger w o r ke d 111 New York City m the fieUa of familj case work ;'i"i community relation! ii, i expi ited to leave Miami at the close oi major campaign activiimetime in February, 1956 NEW TIME FOR YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Naiatir'i Yiddish Classical Hour oill be heard every Sunday from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Two New Features "THEATRE NEWS" Featuring Simon Wolff -FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Shuahana Speclor STATION WWPB .TV ** Hall. %  haa produced *'fWMon and radio fcfi i'<- Air" iPMj $,.day-'0=W te 11:00 a.m. Statiea: WMII (1140 aa dial) With Imiarni f—twr* freduced ••* Mr*** *f SIMON mm S$J J.W. 1 7tm 4ra. f*. US499 Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLE iQhtractCa 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE What a Wonderful Feeling! Yes, the more than 50.800 thrifty members of the DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS family are saying that about the liberal dividend just added to their savings accounts $1,050,00000 is Over 5i,UW,VVW.WW %  being shared by Dade Federal sov/ngs occoonf Ao/ders as earnings on the* savings for the last six months of 1955. The total earnings savings members have shared for the full year is over... $1,970,000.00 |f y ou are not sharing In this safe and profitable savings plan, open your INSURED DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT NOW! Account* opened or fund, added lo accounts on or before the Wth „f January /// earn dividends from the 1st of January. Evening Hour*... Down*-0 n M.1IWOM, %  ••>'"[ -Ts NE. FIRST AVENUE M00 N.W. 36lh STREET ,01 s-w. OH $t" ^mummx** BRANCHES Our Reso-rcs Exceed 85 Million Polk,.



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Pag 10 B +Jewlsti Hork/tor Ill^y-December 30, BE N TOM S TER — Has Merger of Agencies Proven Workable? It is just a year since the --ingle, Jewsh world-wide migration organisation, l nted ((in Altce, wu formed By the merger of HIAS. USNA ;m experienced bj the migrants Overseas and bj their -pon-ors in the United ind in other receiving countries caused by multiple registration and comix • Dg habeen completelj eliminated The wasteful, duplicating and presentations to goi ernmental and intcrgoxernmental agenc i es all over the worid are no more I In •-< complicated our relationshipat a time when the international situation calls for the most effective liaison possible. ON THE THE PILLAR OF SALT. By Albert Memmi. French by Edou.rd Roditi. 342 pp. New York Cnt." %  r Fort Wayne's coach Charley Eckman himself had been saying how good Max was. Naturally, when a coach brags about a player, one must assume that the coach means what he aays. Then what's the story with Max? Columnist Milton Gross in the New York Post didn't mince any words He published a report that it was the salary' that made the difference, not the playing. Max has been getting a salary in the five figure bracket — somewhere around $ 10.000. Gross reported that after the -ea-on had started there was an attempt to make him take a salary cut, but that Max was unwilling. If players can be kicked around like that, there is something wrong with the set-up. Zaslofsky is a man who has built up one of the greatest basketball careers in the history of the game. Probably if you multiplied by 10 all Of the money he has been paid during his years on the pro court, he would still have been worth far more in dollars and cents because of his contributions to the sport. This holds true for mOBt of the other stars. Yet when a player begins to near the end of his career, all seems to be forgotten and the best of them are no longer considered good investments. Danny Kaye Children's bmtftKter poorer Jews of Africa. The cat's who'slink aiongXi'rn/iSI and leave their smells behind to fester on the pWuffrilX no, struggle for existence so desperately ado the !,' au i room, forever hungry, the litters of children spawned T^T nights are raised in a mixture of voodoo like superstition \Z V ritual, from which they go forth into the next a |le> ( r h. .^ to relive their parents' lives. Occasionally a sot ,. born who k accident of genetics finds stench stifling ,,, his no trils and tv spur to sensitivity and a whip for will. ^ Such a boy was Alexandre Mordekhai Benillouchi born liu mi himself, to an Italian Jewish father and Berbei ^ in awareness, the young Benillouche discovers the two-edged ol intellect, which can bring him closer and clo> T1.T1 and "civilized" living of the West, while at the same time f (in J escape from the intolerable existence of the East \ 1 ,,,, as ^ cation which Benillouche. by sheer drive and • l( his hostile city, cuts him off from his parentand hiheritage sol his North African birth form an ineluctable b the fulfill of that education. Aa Jew. Benillouche has the status of a hunted ml ga. paralyzed behind barricaded doors when the 1 i-in^'a] whim of Moslem politics or OUt Of • vendorspa) iweei iikoahot' through the city His poverty does not allow him to lift himself] the middle-class Jewish s 1 he lanmixice of the country with a partlesilai i noth Imve notlniiK In 11. Mini. .11 with Monte ma I mi the Jewish rellsrton and the ghetto, la Icaormni •' -ir-iis{ teat* the middle lnbecause It Iphon< I Clous not to '•' poor, uml :it the name time, I •;,,. aar> atepa t" avoid poverty. Rejecting the East and rejected by the West. Benillouche real that his headlong search for identity, for belonging, has led him i limbo and has nearly destroyed him. Weakened h> the airhs brei impaired in his ability to return and inhale itfunu igais, he 1 himself approaching the final equilibrium of death Like Lots wifcj has turned back to look, at his own self, and, like Lot's wife, finds forbidden. Yet in the very process o? solidifying Benillouche ev from the city itself. Perhaps in another land he will In I the heaitj humanity and a place to live. Like many books of adolescent discovery and rebellion, "The; of Salt" has chapters of youthful and arrogant revolt of initiation | sex in the begrimed brothels of Tunis, and of awareness like a pas] •ore on the body. But. far from using a first no ind of intei tual catharsis, Memmi's skilled and bitter sensitivitv ha> produo novel whose meaning reaches dramatically beyond hinun life and I the dilemma of the modern Jew who. even outside ol \urth All finds himself alien at times. Is there not some profundilv to IKnM in the fact that Benillouche. and perhaps by extension MennaLi find in his search for identity many who Identify with him? NUBA LASK T — The Eternal Wage Problem Hits Israelis Never since statehood have the annual negotiationfor Israel's coming year's wage policy caused as much heartache as now. This time, the alternative before the heads of the labor federation and the government is keeping their promises of all-round wage boosts and thereby giving further food to that inflationary monster, or maintaining the wage-freeze in force for several years now, with the possibility ot strikes, -low ilow n movements and a split in the ranks of the coalition government. The annual wage agreements, signed between the Hi-iadrut and the Manufacturers' Association, determines the country's entire wage policy and thus to a major extent the entire economy. If wages rise, production costs will go up too. thus making Israeli goods less competitive in the world markets, and reducing the purchasing power of the pound. Higher wages mean more money in circulation, right at the time when the Governor of the State Bank has warned that urgent measuremust Ittake reduce inflationary pressureDuring the election campaign earlier thujl however, all sorts of promisewere made W sorts of parties and groups. The li it w n J parties (Achdut Avoda and Mapam mined tMJ alition on the clear understanding thai 1 ager for the worker—one of their major platforms-* in the bag. Many of Mapai's represenUUWJi mj Histadrut executive thought so too and now themselves between the devil, ol keepin? promises to 500.000 union memberand trie blue sea. of letting wiser economic counselP" and go back on their word. Treasurer Levi Eshkol is adamant in !" '" ,al ] the wage freeze, and so is Premier David r*n \ ion. But the farm or building worker l< n0 *V] about increased means of payment-, about in* eign trade gap and about inflation BOBIS vwonir — Offieials in Serious Division of Opinion There seems to be a serious d.vi-.on of opinion among top officials in the State Department regarding the Arab-Israel ,-,„ %  Not all of them agree with the view of George V. Allen. Assistant Seeretary of State for Near Kastern Affairs, who is inclined to press bra I to make concessions to Egvpt S. e **7'" h,S War f ncrvcs ^etary < State John Foster Dullcstands in the middle. All indications point to the Tact that a final clarification of the IS policy on the present Ar.blsr.el situation will not be reached before next Febnmry Top priority will be given to this question when President Eisenhower meets with British Prime Minister Anthony Eden, who will .rrive in the United States on J.n. 30. It is expected that at this meeting the differences between the United States and Britain regarding Eden's territorial "* mise" proposal to Israel will be strsigbteaeflj There is no doubt that the views of Ajw Jewry on this issue will have to be t W J sideration by the U.S. Government Tniis. n injrton conference on Israel, which the pre the major American Jewish <"^""""" „„„* hold in the middle of January, is' vel 7 day ,1 This conference will continue for 1* %  will bring to Wssh.ngton the most promuw leaders from st least 40 msjor cities It is also expected that !" 7'?f pa U Stste Department will appear at the P ^ conference will be held in an %  tmosphtre to-heart" talks between American %  "*_. m and the State Department, both interest* venting war in the Middle East,



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"^ghLQerfrfa, •r Shore Center LIOAL NOTICI IN NOTICE TO THE COUNTY CREDITOR* JUDGES' COURT -, of vciith activififfi held it the North Vif f tcur rceelllly FLORIOA. IN^ROBATE. No. JM71.A CMANCEHy FLORlDA IN LEGAL NOTICi CIRCUIT I ff S !" £ lei wcckb art groups. LMUV and Thursdt) Si 5 and We Meat* k** meet after eve. ,| 7 p.m. FAin ballet and tap dancing hrttta on Monday afternoOBl K unHer Mi Jean BarneU Coition, all I" to 12-year-old 'fitdub%  *" ,he In of Znn Kwitney. other Tuesdaj is teenage 'at the Center, when In.ted '" Youth holds its dances. 1dm* u v as Twrther Sunday rnorningl for [*{** at the Temple eville Makes [wo Placements ITM Kipms. managing dir ector, 'Appointed Jam.M. 1'ayton ah* talstan! manager of the lei Seville. Mon came to Miami in the of I937. at whuh time he behis .Miami Beach hotel career. Ho ha> been led with he Palm B-ach A'indsor and the Beach Roy%  I hotels. Localv. hi wai with he Bi sc• J n e retrace M.AI ister and Saxn comei to he Seville from Isle hohrtM tel hyton attended the University Honda ami the I mversltj % %  < and pre* I reside! in .in bu u ii and family jGpn..Wediw revealed Bfototn Mrs Klaine t Franci ial director. nYvious tn mining to Florida, rrabcis waeditor of the Importer Herald, West port, eorrespondenl for C'holly frbocker and society corre• for the New York Herald lift recently she has been asW with thi j hotel as director fc. Franciattended the Col %  Nei Rochi lie and the P 8 *) %  d made her K the Hotel Pierre in New Cte In Re: KSTATK OK i.ii.I. IAN sYi.vi \ r IRBBR, To All Ci editors and All P.-raoit.-. II.ni^ium or Oamaml. Ai .. 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Page 12 B +Jmisti fhrkHan Fridc GLOBAL SHORTS LS I NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS GLASGOW —Dr. Morris Miller, member of a delegation of doctors from Scotland who recently visited the Soviet Union, declared here in a talk before the Jewish Institute on the Jewish situation in Russia that he found "extreme reticence amongSoviet Jews to talk about their situation." He said the Jews he spoke to in the Soviet Union told him there was no reason for fear, that they were permitted to worship, were being given homes and could find employment. However. Dr. Miller said it was his "impression that things don't go too well with Russian Jew." PARIS (JTA>—France's top literary award, the "Prix Goncourt." was awarded to Roger Ikor, French-born son of Riis-ian Jewish immigrants. The award was made for his novel "Les Eaux Melees" (The Mingled Waters) the second of two volumes published under the title of "Les Fils d'Avrom" (The Sons of Abraham). The work traces the history of a Jewish refugee from TMlift BUMUl who settled in France and his family. Company of Tel Aviv, has just signed a $4,000,000 contract to build a 120-room tourist hotel at Soguksu. a suburb of Istanbul The hotel will be completed in ten months. The Turkish affiliate of the company. TIYAP—Turkish-Israel Construction Company—has also agreed to build 4.000 homes in the suburb, which the Turkish Government is developing as a tourist center for foreign visitors. FLA SHES fRQM THE NBA* EAST JERUSALEM (JTA—Convocation of the 24th World Zionist Congress by April 11, 1956. at the latest, and earlier if possible was recommended by unanimous decision of the praesidium of the Zionist Actions Committee, policy-making body of the World Zionist movement between world congresses The recommendation was made to the Jewish Agency by a session of the praesidium at which representatives of all parties in the world movement were represented. u *l UNruim BONN (JTA)—The sum of S6O.0OO.OO0 is allocated for Israel reparations m the Federal budget for 1956-57 submitted by Finance Minister Fritz Schaeffer to the West German Parliament for approval. The same amount a*ai included in the budget for the current year, but nearly three times as much as t hi >ear is asked for indemnification and restitution payments in the new budget, which would enter into Meet next April In spite of her unprecedented economic boom. Weal Germans la far the third time In %  uccetaion taking advantage of an escape clause in the reparations pact permitting her. as a last ratmt, to hold payments for reparations deliveries to a rock-bottom minimum Of $60,000,000 per year. TEL AVIV (JTA)—Documents seized during the Israeli raid of Dec 11 on Syrian outposts on Lake Tiberias conclusively prove that the Syrian shelling of Israel fishermen and patrol vessels was carried out on the express orders of the Syrian high command in line with a policy of attempting to establish claims to a portion of the lake, all of which lies within Israel territory. They will be submitted to the Security Council. This was reported at a press conference here by Col. YuvalJ N'eeman, deputy director of the Israel Army Intelligence Corps. LONDON JTA i Two Egyptian ships tailed from the Belgian port of Antwerp last weekend with 12 Valentine tanks. 10 Sherman tanks. 28 jeeps and five armored cars, according to reports reaching here. The tanks were imported into Belgium as scrap from British dealers. According to the reports. 200 tanks. 160 jeeps. 24 Bren carriers and 50 armored cars have left Antwerp in the past four months, hound for unstated destinations in the Middle Beat Most of them were Briti>h -crap reconditioned by Belgian dealers before re.sale ON THE AMERICAN SCENE WASHINGTON (JTA)—A delegation representing victims of Nazi persecution lodged a formal protest with the German Embassy in Washington against pending amendments that would establish a discrimination in German indemnification laws against claimants from lormer Nazi-occupied countries and satellites The delegation, led byKurt Grnatmin, presented a memorandum to Albrecht von Kessel, German Charge d'Affaires here It said that the amendments would denv or greatly restrict compensation to more than 100.000 victims of the Nazis. JERUSALEM (JTA)—The discovery of a genuinely "lost tribe" of Jews—in India—has been reported here This discovery of the Jewish group was made known after the Israel Ministry of Religions received i a letter from the Indian province of Ajamar, signed by the president of the Indian Jewish kehillah. A. A. leak, Mr. Isak'a letter said that the Jews had settled in the province of Ajamar some 70 years ago. but that since then no one has known of, or been interested in, the community's existence. HAMMOND, Ind. [JTA) The Hammond Ministerial Association, a group of Protestant ministers here, has announced its moral support of court action taken against the erection ol a crucifix in a public park The crudfiv was erected In October by the 4th Degree Aaaembi) %  I the Knights of Columbui of Indiana, a Catholic laymen's group 'I he statement bj the Ministerial Association noted that the Wicker Memorial Park where the cruciliv W8J Ml up isupported by the l.i\ ers oi North Township in Lake county of this state and said this iction w.itherefore, in Infringement of the constitutional principle %  l the separation ol church and state. BOGOTA, Colombia IJTAi Shlomo Hremskv. well known Yiddish venter, died here last ueek at the age of B0 He was born in Poland and had lived here for some years Kanj of his bjlea, dealing with life in this country, were translated into Spanish and were highly praised i itics here. NEW YORK (JTA)—The proposed policy statement of the Board ol Education Of New York City on "Moral and Spiritual Values and the Schools" has been withdrawn because of opposition and has been sent hack to the Board of Superintendents, which drafted the original state. ment. for reworking, in consultation with the representatives of the three major faiths The policy statement was opposed by the New York Board of Rabbis and by some Protestant groups and was approved by other Protestant groups and the Catholic Church. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL ISTANBUL (JTA)—Reports in the Egyptian press of anti Semitic activities in various parts of Turkey were called false here and were attributed to an attempt by the Egyptian press to discredit both the Jews and the Turks. There has been no attempt in Turkev to blame the anti-Greek riots here on Turkish Jews and there have been onlv minor incidents involving anti-Semitism in this country in recent months. The last time Jewish leaders consulted with Turkish authorities on anti-Jewish agitation occurred last October when a delegation led by Chief Rabbi Raphael Saban called on the military authorities m this city who pledged that four books by the notorious anti Semite Cevat Rifat Atilhan would be confiscated. CASABLANCA (JTA)-Jews in the city of Meknes sen! about 200 telegrams to Premier Bekkai asking him to name David Berdugo a Meknes Jew, to the seat in the Moroccan Cabinet being held tor a Jew ish representative. M. Berdugo is the son of the president of the Meknes Jewish Community. A delegation of Meknes Jews left at the same time for Rabat to personally press this appeal with the Premier The action of the Meknes Jews is aimed at putting an end to the in ternal dispute which developed among Moroccan Jews when M Ben Simon, a Moroccan Jewish leader, was named to the post of Minister of Posts and Telegraphs in the first autonomous Moroccan Cabinet Ob jections from the Jewish community prevented M. Ben Simons appointment and the post remains vacant, held for a Jewish candidate. TUNIS (WNS>—A Jewish baker was assaulted and his shop demolished when unemployed Moslem demonstrators in the adjacent town of La Goulette turned their wrath against Jews. Meantime it was an nounced here by the Jewish ARency office that Jewish immigrants from Tunis bound for Israel would henceforth be transported through the Italian port of Naples, and that the number of departing immigrants would be restricted during the summer because of the onset of seasonal .storms in the Mediterranean. 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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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WJumeliT-Nuinbar 52
Combining THE JEWISH UNtTY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday, Decent in iq^T
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0MF1 DELEGATION UNCOVERS PROOF OF SYRIA'S AGGRESSION
lammarskjold Mission Focuses Attention On Need Of Peace
Security Council Diplomat
Plans Triplto Major Near
East Capitals for 'Talks'

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NE\\ \()RK (JTA) New moves to seek a definitive solution to
the problems besetting the Middle East were under way this week as
fast-moving developments centering around the beleaguered State of
I. hemmed in by the enmity of its Arab neighbors, led to increasing
ution (ii the necessity for an accord.
At week'- cud. United Nations Security Council General Secretary
Dag Hammarskjold announced to a news conference that he would visit
111 Aviv. Cairo, Beirut and the capitals of the other Arab states, as part
of a two-month tour Mr. Hammarskjold while not specifically visiting
Middle Easl on a peace talks mission, will attempt to use his good
offices with the governments Of that area to effect some kind of a
rapproachment between the conflicting count:
Mr. Hammarskjold early this week arrived in Miami for what has
been reported to be "a brief vacation," Refusing to speak with news-
men, he dashed from his Eastern Airlines plane in Miami airport to be
spirited away by a waiting automobile that had been rented by his aide
only identified as "Mr. Nallo." It was not learned if the Swedish
diplomat's sojourn in Miami is a prelude to his Near East tour.
Meanwhile, the United States. Britain and France were conferring
on the wording of a resolution to be proposed to the UN Security
Council, which is now considering Syria's complaint against Israel in
connection with the battle at Lake Tiberias on Dec. 11. Syria, which
had demanded that Israel be censured, ousted from the United Nations
and have economic sanctions leJ!'----------------------------------------------
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban (center)
shakes hands with Jacob Sher, host at a din-
ner of Greater Miami Jewish Federation offi-
cials in Westview Country Club Wednes-
day even:;;:;. Eban, shown welcomed here
as he alighted from his plane, told Miami
leaders that this community's role is a major
one in the struggle for Israel's survival.
Shepard Broad, Mayor of Bay Harbour
Islands, looks on.
MBR THAT U.S. GRANT OF ARMS WOULD STILL LEAVE ISRAEL FAR BEHIND
Ebon Ulls Miami Leaders His Government Must
Continue Defense and Immigration Programs to Hilt
||JAmbjssador to the United States and chief jested JS^^JSS^SZ SS
"What Mr Eden wants is territorial concessions
on the part of the Jewish State.' Ambassador Khan
surmised, "and I therefore doubt very much if any-
thing at all could come from peace talks which he
might lead. Its absurd." he explained, "for anyone
to keep talking about Israel, which is the size of New
Jersev. giving up territory to the Arabs, who have
land equivalent in size to the United States
cautious statement, the Israeli diplomat indi-
lite to the ( nited Nations Abba Eban arrived
I Kami Tuesday at 4:96 p.m. to address an emer-
ies meeting of the Combined Jewish Appeal
Moesday evening in Westview Country Club.
iK Ambassador proceeded immediately to the
sSouci hotel, where he met newsmen in a brief
ifcrtnce on the current and explosive Near East
"ition The Israeli diplomat frankly confessed
Britainv Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden
b on tu. occasions during the past month
vied against her. cannot submit her
own resolution tormally. since -Ik
is not a member of the Council.
Counteracting the Syrian re-
quest. Ambassador Eban asked
the Security Council "to take effec-
tive action against the "aggressive
Syrian encroachments" on Israel
territory and submitted documents
proving that Syrian military au-
thorities issued orders to fire upon
Israeli fishermen and to regard
Lake Tiberias as "Syrian territo-
ry." Under the armistice agree-
ment, all of Lake Tiberias is in-
cluded in Israel territory, plus an
eleven-yard strip of land on the
side bordering Syria.
Before the meeting opened. Mr.
Eban circulated among the mem-
bers of the Council a sheaf of docu-
ments captured by Israel during
the Dec. 11 raid showing that the
Syrian high command had deliber-
ately ordered violation of the arm-
istice agreement by ordering its
troops to fire on Israel shipping
on the northeastern corner of the
-BULLETINS-
Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns. United
Nations truce chief, met for two
hours Wednesday with Col. Salah
Golar. Egyptian director of Pales-
tinian affairs. After the session,
Burns reported "preliminary prog-
ress." No mention was made of
the offer of Israeli Prime Minister
David Ben Gurion for face-to-face
talks with Egyptian top-level offi-
cials. The offer was transmitted
by Israel through Burns.
lake, which is wholly within Israel
territory. Later, Mr. Eban under-
scored a point to the effect that
Ahmed Shukairy. Syrian delegate,
did not deny the authenticity of
Continued on Page 8 A
In a cauuoua ------1
,,<. .ha, .yjy. *; JgSvn',. ,,fUD ro immom chanok
up to the I nited Nations and the
Western powers to deal honestly
with the Arabs who are now re
| reiving I stockpile of weapons sup-
plied by Soviet Russia
Early Wednesday, Ambassador
Khan met with Greater Miami Jew-
,-h Federation officials at the
Algiers hotel to discuss the present
On Wednesday evening,
Mr and Mrs. Jacob Sher were hosts
10 top Federation leS
Jewish community workers a
Westview The Ambassador urged
lh,t Miami mobilize to meet Is
r;.| need- in the Near East
In regard to bis governments
rtotiest m November for arms
from be United Stales. Mr
;;.,, that -wen ,f the Pent**
grants the request, the amount
wuid be eonalderabU to than
what Bgypl ,s now receiving from
Communist UWrcei
I an urgent statement he ug
j* Averell Horrimon of New York (right) accept! a bronze
u,8?res*n,,n<3 19*5 rfistadrut Humanitarian Awara in ^ ~---
Waldor! Astoria, in the prwemew of 1.000 business and L^ that Mm.i lead tn >
^ers. P^ uJ^,. or. Dr. Dav Biegun. | j Jj ^"'^^ funa cam-
* ecretory. and Joseph Schlossbsrg. national chair- [** ^^^ on p,flt 2A
* the Israel Histadrut eampakrD
Morocco Orders Jewish
Area Elections Cancelled
CASABLANCA (JTA) The
Moroccan Government has or-
dered the cancellation of Jewish
community elections throughout
Morocco. The sudden order came
on the eve of the elections. It
M a issued by Premier Bekkai
and conveyed to the communities
over the telephone.
It is assumed that the order is
related to the impending changes
in Moroccan legislation. Hitherto
Jewish communal elections were
not valid until approved by the
Grand Vizier. A new statute is
expected in the very near future
define the status of the Jewish
communities.
Earlier, it was learned that the
rift within the Jewish communi-
ties in Morocco over the naming
of a Jewish member to the Moroc-
can Cabinet has resulted in dem-
onstrations and street fighting in
Marrakesh, one of the largest
Jewish communities in the coun-
try. Police were forced to use
tear gas to disperse the demon-
strators. There were no casual-
ties. The post of Minister for
Post and Telegraph in the Moroc-
can Cabinet, was assigned Dr.
Ben-Zaquen, chief physician of
the OSE.
Meanwhile, a meeting of the
Organization of Young Moroccan
Jews adopted a resolution urging
Prime Minister Bekkai to choose
for the Cabinet post a Jew who
could be considered "a patriot."
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P.c9 2 ?
+ kmiaincr*Jtotl
than Tells Miami Leaders
Israel Must Continue
Defense, Immigration Plans
Continued from Pag* 1 A
Dr. Kaplan to be Guest at Beth
David Annual Social Function
paign to assist Israel in continuing
her immigration program tor Jews
from Morocco. "Your share in this
drive ii> $375,000," he said, "a min-
iscum number but significant in
that it represents a figure beyond
your 19M CJA goal.
"Israel needs tins emergency
IuihI today more than ever," tlie uill \h'
Israeli diplomat warned. "With mj Kaplan
arnmeat's budget principall) |)r Kaplan hi i weU-knem au-
given over to defense purposes to n, r, educator and executive
day, it would be disastrous if we director of the Bureau <>t Jewish
Pinna were announced thia wet k
for the inauguration el an annual
dinner dance as one of the social
highlights ol the season at Beih
David < onuregation. The first ol
these dances will bo held on Sun
day evening, Jan 8. in the Cotil-
lion ballroom of the I>il Ido hotel
Honored guesta for the evening
l>i and Mrv LoUfa I.
should have to abandon our hu-
manitarian efforts in order to fight
for our safety. Both programs must
continue defense and Lounigra
lion -if the purposes of the JewiaJl
State are to be realized."
Mr Kb.m told his Wednesda)
evening audience at Westview thai
Education in Baltimore, Hd He is
dean ol the Baltimore Hebrew
College ami Teachers Training
School and a member of the board
of regents University of Maryland
Dr. Kaplan conducted HJtuilOU
at Beth David durum the High
.Hoi> Days ol 1W54 "Dr Kaplan's
the Arabs would prefer to see N' min,i
fail. But we can not afford to fail
it we are to survive Yours is a
interpretation- and sharp
observation- made a profound iin-
major role
survival "
in the struggle for our
100 Club Elects
Sherman President
\eu presides}! of the 100 club
i i Dade County la ai Sherman.
Southern -ale- manager for a me
chanic's supplj firm He sw
lit n Zion Ginsb i
her offi< en '.<> b d at the
eeting this month an L *
first vi< dent;
s.un .i., mhi it/, second \ u > 11.
' n Peter Brooks treasurer
' lb len .i Kecutive
to the board >! Mi Ceil Brooks,
'ules P. Channii i ivid
rd H G
I Bl Mar..Id P|
Rul in, in Seymour
Bi '.. rd 1 Si levan,
Turk, Loui "i elei an I
Sidni Iron Board chairman
: irrj en -k
1 h< 166 [fieei and i,.
will be installed i
in the Algiers hotel'
s. Ian 21 i be 100 i
-' York cou
: "l one representative '
ret business, tradi
fields
Proceeds for the Retarded
dial h Home and Trail
Si hool lor Retarded Jewish < hil-
d a luncheon and
parUr tin- week at the Algiers bo
tel Y: iceeds were for tin
i" Mr- Ella W'a
irm ii ol the affair
pros-inn OH the membership at
David I am certain that thej
| will gltep thi- opportiinitx once
again to In- with him and Mr-
an." commented Bert Sber
chairman ol the dinner dancr
Serving on the eosnmittee .'b
Sher arc Mr- Sam Badane- Mr-
Isidor Bakst Max Jaci Prank
A Roee Mrs Bert Sber Gus Shan
and Charles z Spingarn
rrangements committee
head..: b\ Mr- Sam Bailanc- have
'i tor Dr.
and Mr- Kaplan to -tart al (i p.m
h dinner following at 7
l !u- annual din i off< rs
. bip an excellent i p
portunit] to come together i
*oci il \i I and njoj anothi r
Betl ai
in it u ii prove :
ii .ii th ities al the
-aid Herbert I
Scber presidi
DEADLM HOTKi
All general new: copy for pub-
lication in Tha J.wiih Floridian
mut be in our officts at 120 NE
6lh st., Miami, by Tuesday noon.
To insurt their publication, pho-
tographs should be en our desks
by Monday at 5 p.m. Spiritual
leaders who wish their services
listed in the Religious Directory
should continue to have their
notices in our offices early Mon-
day. Copy reaching The Jewish
Floridi.-n after these deadlines
will be set aside for publication
the following week, providing it
is still newsworthy.
Rev. Koussevitsky Will
Appear in Concert Here
Rev David Koussevitsky. world
famous cantor, will render services
and present a concert at Beth
Tfllah Congregation Jan. 20 and 21
under the kponsorship of Hapoel
Haaaiaraohi of Greater Miami, an
nouncoc Rev i. .
w\ jacob j,
f hairman "'
Rrv K">^sevitskv i
Miami *!? *** *3
* '" its third year nl
? "> this area e*f
Sombergs Get Top
Prize in Chanuka
Decoration Contest
Announcement was made this
week ol the winner- in*the .sixth
annual Chanuka home decoration
contest of the Coral Cattle- Jawiafa
Center b\ Babbi Morn- A Skop
and hi- committee of ludgtll head
ed bj Cantor Irving Robinson.
Kir.-I prize < nt to Mi and Mrs.
.lack Somberg, M09 Harlano, Coral
Gables
Others are second prize J
and Mrs Will,am Pallet, 8516 A!
bra Circle. Coral Gabies; third
price, Mr. and Mr- Charles Finkel-
818 i Btalonia, Coral Gables;
and honorable mention. Mr and
Mi- Victoi Levine, 55 sw ;ji-t rd ,
Miami
Prizes h-iI! be awarded at Friday
evening sen ice on Jan. 13.
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Dec
em-
ber 30. 1955
Itori^Jhrklton
rtrew University's Director General Brings Messaoelere
. Lrnard fherrick, director tie achievement of Israel', first and educated in ^ "C,C
................'-:;,].....isn *-
Dr f'' i niVermity
will be guest
a junction sponsor..!
f,,; Miami chapter.
Zm Fri oi the Hebrew
,..|,.Mtay iveoinji.
%.
i -, laduled to ar
nexl week. On
i >n S, he will
idinnei in his honor at the
Rubin, chap-
Nortn BeyafaoM
Wend
omo
Rubin week explained
ere to discuss
i ho role of He-
- .,. ,, the Israel scene
dJu-: wh Vmerican Jews
I Ho
internationally renow
er learnin
Dr. Cherries: i
bta| i m ol top importance ',-V I,,'"'" Ln s,'"!"" lan
to local leade, w\ tl iSSphj 'v Ul" '
Jan 4 affair a, lhe Seville lift '" M
One of the r*ft*1 dynamic per ^ua, ''V''''M'
sonalitieft and br.II,:,. ^ l.'l V
the world Jewisl ,.,. I'' 1* a< >'"-' i hool
rick is famous i | |e knowl. i"""1"
and universal appeal throu ;h- herrick
out Jewish circle \ ing synaj
he skillfnllv inform*) .; ondn "ntil
.nterpret the politi- un'" ""' ol war
cal. cultural and v!"l! hi the army
of Israel through the his discharge
scholar and fighter, but he enrich- "',"!' ,""1""
a the experiences of his audiences h l upon in
through his lectures,' Mrs 1;
aid. the Jewi h National
ther the scholas., Dul.lin-born. Dr. Cherrick u ,- ,:i" ne Ap-
Greal Britain i.. 194-1
lombincd Appeal Names Serbin
To Head Business-Pro Division
he
jo(n s 1 internationally
irer of Serbin
hipns anil a prominent civic
amed chairman
and Professions
1958 Combined
aoouncn. ierbina appoint-
rman Sam J.
stated that the
iioi which annually as- |"oo
n sponsibility for I'et~
ing
real Britain In
led in [si
I with the Hebrew Univer-
world director ol organ.
I information. In 1953
amed to the Imp
' directoi | ,,, ,|, h...
Il" loard ol
herrick ., speaker
Community ( best and oilier wel-
fare programs He i~ a vice ;
dent at Beth Sholom
Serbin Fashions was founded in
Cleveland by Berbin and his broth- ,
er. Lewis I. Serb,,, The firm mov- ;,/,,;',,?
ed it, headquarters Miami ,-,','
1951. In addition to its local plant '"' '" !" H
the firm has a factory al Kale,,,., ft
villa. Tenn
mm
nne-half of the
cts this year
high for their
a ,r i critical needs
|,r. tl ,1, the US. and
I the local munitjr.
^Serbr wa> < the local busi-
leader- w ho headed the
e, ;mi- 1 year and was
nsible the group's
wment : ever $668,000 in
drhe
[itib-.r. hi- an active role
1 pn. ius atioo campaigns
vi> 1 of the Manu-
iunri. Di\ n in 1954. He is
artier ol federation board
[imcrnei- executive com-
and car was appoint
[fcy Fedvr.i president Stan-
'i icad the publicity
'committee.
[Tl* new chairman has
11 busy i m other com-
Ml an! us activities.
rms 'he 1 vears. he has
chain:. -a the Temple
ta Shol ding fund and
An
munity service by Serbin has been
his sponsorship of the Serbin open
golf tournament, which las)
attracted leading w.imen pros to
Miami Beach. Proceeds went to
charity, and the event brought ad
ditional national fame to Miami
Beach as a sports resort.
An entirely 'new campaign
structure for the Business and Pro
fessions Division is planned by
Serbin and top leaders of business
and industry in Dade county. Ac-
cording to the new plan, a group
of co-chairmen and an independ-1
ent advisory council will be estab
lished. with each of these two
bodies assisting the general chair
man with the job of reaching all:
businesses and professions in
Dade counts
In addition, a group of 40 in-
dustry and trader chairmen will
be assigned the responsibility of
reaching all members ol their spa*
cific business during the short
Zionists to Honor
Jacob Fishman
Jacob (' Fishman. veteran Zi-
onist leader, will he honored at
a meeting of the Miami Beach-
Israel Zionist luncheon club on
V/ednesdaj noon. Jan. 4, in the
Raleigh hotel.
Philip Salmon, local attorney
land luncheon chairman, said that
the testimonial to Fishman will
1 held i- : i-itions with campaign period

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Two committees of rabbis are covering Jewish communities
ol Honda during the holiday recess in a survey of Jewish
scouting, religion in the public schools, expanding adult Jew-
ish education and expanding Jewish youth activities. Cover-
ng the East Cocst are (left to right) Louis Schwartzman, execu-
tive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Rabbi Morris
r kk President of ,he Association of Florida Rabbis; and
Kabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Zamora Jewish Center spiritual leader
and chairman of scouting. Covering the West Coast are
Rabbi Joseph Asher, association secretary; Rabbi Samuel
vice president; and Rabbi Henry Okolica, treasurer.
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Fishman wa- .several years auo
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for State of Israel Bonds and visit-
ed the Jewish State in the summer,
of 1952 He il a board member of.
Temple Beth Sholom. as well as on
tb| b04Ud Of the Miami Beach-
bnel Zionist District
Kishman also Is a member of the
board of Governor! of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Among KuesU al the luncheon j
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nish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. |
of Temple Beth Sholom.
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Volume 29 Number 52
Friday, December 30, 1955
Rabb Talks About Immigration Not Washington's Failure
Maxwell M. Rabb, secretary to President
Eisenhower's cabinet, appeared in a major ad-
dress before the first anniversaiy dinner of
the United Hias Service in New York last week.
Naturally. Mr. Rabb had a good deal to say
about immigration and very little to say
about the present Administration's record in
immigration matters.
It was therefore totally predictable that Mr.
Rabb. as spokesman for the President, should
report to the Jewish immigration organization
Republican plans for making "new and strong
recommendations" to Congress in 1956 regard-
ing revision of the present McCarran-Walter
law.
Immigiation is a touchy guestion on Capitol
Hill these days. Way back in '52. when Mr.
Eisenhower, unencumbered by health prob-
lems, stomped the nation for votes, he made
solemn vows that this law would be scrapped
or at least revised if he were elected to office.
In January, 1953, in his first message to Con-
gress. Mr. Eisenhower po urged.
But the record shows that the President did
about implementing his promise because
McCarran-Walter became a hot political issue
in the days following hi* election. A law which
proved repugnant to all nations of the world
c.-.d which, by its origins guota system demon-
strated the United States in the eyes of op-
pressed peoples everywhere to be about as
racist-minded as ever were the vanguished
powers of World War II, turned into a security
football under the fulminating and opportun-
istic leadership of Sen. McCarthy (Rep.-Wis.).
Because Mr. Eisenhower failed to repudiate
the junior senator from Wisconsin, and because
McCarran-Walter opponents subsequently
placed themselves in guestion as "security
risks." nothing was done to implement the
President's campaign promise. Late in 1953,
however, Mr. Eisenhower offered to Congress
his Re:ugee Relief Act designed to admit some
214.000 persons above existing guotas. This
law did two things:
1. It demonstrated that the President knuckled
under before Republican pressures to avoid
an explosive issue. The Madison ave.,
New York, press agents running Mr. Eisen-
hower'." popularity drive brought the same
"do-nothingism" to immigration that al-
ready marked the Administration in secu-
rity and Communist-probe matters.
2. It presented a palatable and effective
method of welching on a promise while
demonstrating great humanitarianism.
Subsequent events proved the complete hoax
that is the Refugee Relief Act. A miniscule
fraction of the number of refugees allowed into
the U.S. under the act reached these shores by
the end of the second year of its operation.
Scott McCleod. Sen. McCarthy's protege and
personal choice for his security post, behind
the scenes juggled both the McCarran-Walter
and 1953 Refugee Relief Acts to the point
where even the President was forced to do
something about it.
The result was the appointment of powerful
New York Republican leader Edward Corsi as
administrator of the Refugee Relief Act to im-
plement it to its fullest extent. But Scott McCleod
and Sen. McCarthy were not caught off guard.
Within ninety days, they had Corsi removed
horn his job as a "security risk."
Well, the Administration has since been
relatively silent about immigration except
for occasional reports to the effect that it is
unfeasible to revise the McCanan-Walter Act
"at this time."
Now Mr. Rabb. as spokesman for the Presi-
dent, has chosen to make a new promise. "The
tailor industry in America, for instance, is in
danger of deterioration because we just cannot
get enough people to enter this occupation."
he told United Hias Service diners. Pardon us.
but this observation carries with it the kind of
stereotype of nationalities that is implicit in
the present immigration law.
It is not necessary to change the McCarran-
Walter Act because many Jews are tailors and
because America may soon suffer a shortage
of tailors but because the act is a scourge, an
abomination, a blight on the tradition of free
America as a haven for oppressed peoples
and because it demonstrates to half of a world
enslaved by Communism that the leader of
the democratic half has become exclusive and
selective on the basis of race and religion.
If Arabs Won't Cooperate "at Least Leave Us Alone" -- Eban
Abba Eban appeared before the United Na-
tions last week in a powerful address that
followed Syrian delegate Shukairy's invective
against the Jewish State.
Mr. Eban begged that the Arabs join Israel
in a program of peace and mutual cooperation
to bring to the Near East a kind of industrious
progress the area has not, for countless genera-
tions, known.
But. said Mr. Eban, if the Arabs, in order to
further their reactionary ends, are not interested
in such a program, they should, at least, "leave
us alone."
"Leave us alone," the Israel Ambassador
implored, "to pursue our own peaceful ends in
the hills, the cities, the valleys and the hinter-
lands of our nation."
This was perhaps Mr. Eban's most eloquent
plea to date before the United] Nations. The UN
has now given him and his government the
kind of answer they do not deserve.
Late Wednesday of last week, Maj. Gen. E. L.
M. Burns, United Nations truce supervisor in
Palestine, charged Israel with an unprovoked
attack against Syria. Such attacks. Gen. Bums
warned, if continued will lead to outright war.
The battle to which the mediator referred
occurred deep "on the hills east of the Sea of
Galilee," in which Syrian outposts had en-
trenched themselves to fire upon defenseless
Israeli fishermen engaged in their daily ao
tivity. Syrian tactics there were not new; UN
observers warned the Syrians on a number of
previous occasions to refrain from their wanton
machine-gunning of Israelis working totally
within the borders of their homeland.
And the United Nations subsequently equip-
ped Israeli fishing boats with military police
in order to discourage the Syrian attacks, which
continued nonetheless.
At this point, the United Nations deems it fit-
ting to rap Israel on the knuckles for protecting
its citizens and the integrity of its borders. We
have not. as yet, witnessed similar UN action
against the recalcitrant Arabs. This is another
example of silent world approval of Arab
lawlessness.
Should such willful disregard for the United
Nations continue and should it time and again
prove profitable to do so. the Arabs will not
easily be brought to recognize the territorial
sovereignty of the State of Israel, and peace
will never be brought to the Near East.
United Nations moral cowardice in this re-
gard, spearheaded by American and British
international duplicity, will inevitably encour-
age the Arabs to expend their people as pawns
in order to achieve the destruction of the Jew-
ish State. Arab leaders have frequently indi-
cated that the death of 10,000.000 Arab people
is cheap as the price to pay for the destruction
of Israel.
Unless the UN recognizes this game, the
number of Arab outposts firing on Israelis will
multiply to the point where an explosion is
inevitable.
Durina The Week .. .A
y Lt!0 MINDLIN
" I Se
II
Campaign time for the Presidency is aro..n,i ,u
ingly. Americans arc going to be "the but. '^corner and in^
pronouncements Party mastermind.' on Xn IS*****
may be sure. w,|| look upon u.s as congJnSa fi" of ,he fen?'
already
tions
""Peru
tti
national unity]
less
they would never dare MmJ^^l^
ing currently mcludes two areas of Pol.tic"^ J Prof*r Cd
an expression of mternal machine politick ,," 2? of "& I
in itself does not concern the priVate vZr' I, whl'e i*S
destined to participate in the bohind-the seen I [,ls he ,s '
can candidate. M*nos "><<* of the RepJ
The other, however, is very much the nmki
American, for he Is at this moment beingTrirkT nS f the **
truism'-into bowing before a Republican crp Ta aCC6?,inga
he involate nature of foreign policy Should mytkh **
to the trickery, then the present Adminis rat!, wl'lT h ^ *
.ne.stab.shmg dangerous future preceden a h "l'^
Administration seems to entertain no immed.at r ,,he p*>
the minds of Republican leadership is. i?Z .! f l PPernH*
to eliminate as a campaign issue the party'sgn^LT?'"
mo>t slovenly record. y *rea,est weakn
The task at hand for the Administration'. pub|ic re,.,inn
s to determine now-well before campaign tinTYlm S(*
fall for this dangerous ruse. In conjunction JV.hn ^""l
manipulation, the Republicans are in the p"k- r '"* ^
the.r own t.cket all the wav-a failing aboiUwhiVh 'ug to
Plained in the Democrat, over a pericS ofSrty year? ^
a ,
THE DOUBLE MYTH OF INDISPENSIBILITV
AREA NO. ONE: Theory has it. and with sound bath J
Repubhcans can not win in '56 without Mr Eisenhower h Prl i
heart attack has thus been a severe blow ,0 ,.,!?
5*ft" b>m.ng apparent tha, the tUSSSSS
relating t., whether he will or will not run .gaii n?
policy matters since hb election-will not be Mr EUenhowXl
bis. phys,c,ns have taken on the double-talking line ol National?
m.ttee cha.rman Leonard Hall. Tho.r Insistence that no anZnw
the President s efficacy under pressure.
But more important, by February or March it will be too late I
other Republicans, not in immediate line to the succession to anno
their candidacy in state preferential -primaries. A typical exampfe]
Sen William Knowland (Cal.-Rep.). a principal figure in the cor.!e
tive wing of the Republican Party. Filing dates for New Hampdj
Minnesota. Illinois. Ohio and West Virginia fall well before mid-Fe
ary. With Mr Eisenhower silent until then. Sen Knowland and
hopefuls may be scotched before they get off the ground.
This means that in the event the President asserti himself
declines a possible second term, the Eisenhower wing of the party
be in a position to choose a successor.
AREA NO. TWO: The Republicans, as early a> two months,
called upon the Democrats to remove foreign policy matters from
consideration during the coming campaign. The President.
of State Dulles and committeeman Hall observed that a firm
tisan foreign policy is necessary to impress the nations abroad
our unity and that critical discussion of policy matters would
Krist to the communist propaganda line that we are a chaotic fa
ment without singleness of purpose.
a a i
THE NEW FOUL ZONE* OF NATIONAL UNITY
On its face, this seems reasonable. Contranly. it is not oeryi
reasonable but also dangerous. A democratic society without'dHL
ences of opinion is an impossibility. Vigorous divergence of ideas
the stuff on which a free people feeds and prospers A world half r
.slaved by communism would, if censorship allowed, welcome the pi
pect of observing this nation as it carries out its election processes in,]
atmosphere charged by the constitutionally guaranteed right to c
hampered speech and thought. When American government offirJ(
urge conformity, they are to be held suspect.
In this case, the Administration's motive is to conceal Republie
ineptitude in foreign policy matters. Under the guise "I national un"
they are simply catling for a moritorium on public criticism of
Dulles brain trust in "Europe, the Near East and Asia The immedi
temptation is to ask Administration spokesmen why they are
righteously concerned now about the reputation of this nation abrn
Four years ago, they were not similarly concerned Four years
they used Korea most shamefully as a political gimmick at a time n
U.S. prestige suffered from successful propagandists broadsides din
ed by the Kremlin.
At that time. Republicans called Korea "Truman's war. en,
sizing the tattered campaign cry that the Democrats are the
party." At that time, they attacked foreign spending, declared
Marshall Plan to be a failure and charged the New Deal Fair Dean
coddling communists and being treasonous. At that time, when a m
ing Republican. Sen. McCarthy, was responsible more than any
American for the confused status of our, security program and *j
blow after severe blow to our reputation overseas, almost no WOT
can leader disavowed him but contrarily rode on the coi
hysteria for all it was worth.
Now. this party is callin,
coming campaign the very elements which
four years ago. Certainly, no i '
for it

ena for all it was worth. d
Now. this party is calling for a "foul lone" to exclude inwy
ing campaign the very elements which it so mercilesstj J j
intelligent, clear-thinking voter win
LET'S GET AT THE FACTS IN ANY CASE
As a matter of fact. Americans will want to air the slovenly
amassed by the Republicans in this area of their Administration
will want to remind Mr. Dulles of his "instant retaliation" t*,lD|J
Red China stood poised to crush Chiang Kai-shek and when Mr j
nearly tipped the apple cart because of his loud sounding W0*^1
up by do-nothingism. They will want to remind Mr Bsen*?^L|
foreign spending Is reduced only by a miniscule fraction anfl i
reduction was made for its own sakenot as a matter of pnncH ^
They will be eager to tell Mr. Dulles that Mao Tse-tung an
En lai are no more his friends than they were Mr Arhe^n- ^
Bandung was a sharp repudiation of his West sponsored era* ^
program They will urge Mr. Dulles to confess that the w" fl
was a phrase manufactured in the offices of the Republican
rather than an achievement in the co-existence scheme
American disappointment over the collapse of the (.eric* vf .
the result of the Republican inability to maintain the tic""
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Miss Arlent Kalodish
Miss Pearl CeUbert
Goldbart, Lependorf ,
Eye March Wedding
Open hOUM for more than 200 j
gneatl was hold Sunday from 1 to !
9 p.m by Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gold-'
hart. 7985 Crespi blvdd.. Miami
Beach.
The parly was in honor of their |
daughter. Pearl, whose engage-
ment i- announced to Jack Lepen- ;
dorf. 7904 Harding ave. Miami
Beach.
The couple plans to be married
in March.
Mi GoldlMfl is a graduate of
jwhitehold Preparatory School.
Miami Beach. Her fiance, son of
\ Mr and Mr- Simon I-epcndorf.
Brooklyn, NY. graduated from
Erasmus Hall High School in
Brooklyn.
Miss Hoine Schiller
Miss Joot foioo
College Sweetheart*
Hear Wedding Bells
Burton Paul Farbcr and Jane
Betty Rosen were college sweet-
hearts at the University of Miami.
Now they are planning an August
wedding.
Their engagement is announced
by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Rosen of Newark. Mr. Far-
ber is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Farbcr. 924 C'arlyle ave.. Surf side
The bride elect is a graduate of
Columbia High school, attended
Florida Southern College and now
is attending CM where she will
receive her AB degree next June.
Her fiance is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High school and receiv-
ed his BBA degree at I'M. He now
is attending law school there and
IJM li in the insurance business
line His fraternity is Tau F.p-ilon
Phi.
Civil Liberties and
Immigration Talks
To Open Program
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, Miami Beach Division, will held
their first meeting of 1956 on
Wednesday, Jan. 4, at the DiLido
hotel.
John B. Orr, Jr.. State Repre-
sentative in Group 2 from Dade
county, will speak on "Civil Liber-
ties ''
David W. Walters, who is con
sidered a specialist in immigra-
tion matters not only locally but
nationally, will speak on "Immi.
gration." A panel discussion will
be presented by Orr and Walters
covering service to foreign born
and social legislation as covered
by the Council program.
Miss Minnie Feinberg, executive
secretary of the Greater Miami
Section, National Council of Jewish
Women, and Mrs. Abraham Res-
nek. Miami Beach Division chair-
man of Service to Foreign Born,
will recount some of their personal
experiences with the foreign born
who are aided by Council as they
arrive in this area.
The meeting will be conducted
by Mrs. Howard Grove, president.
The program will be presented by
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, program
chairman.
2z2*aau
Wilma Goldman. Brook
Mass.. is engaged to Joel |
man. The couple wern,
at a cocktail party and
cue at the North Bay ri
of his parents last week |tj
troduce Wilma to Miami 1
friends. They are planaiatj
April wadding.
Elaine Schiller and
Fred August Plan
August Wedding
:' Schiller i- making plans
for an August, 1956 wedding Her
igemenl to Mr. Fred August
waa announced this week l>> the
bride-elect'l parents. Mr and Mrs
David Schiller. 1145 S\V 20th ave.
Her liance is the son of Mrs
Rilma August. 1585 SW 18th st.,
and the late Samuel J. August
Miss Schiller graduated from
Miami High School in June. She
vas | member of Phi Delta (iamma
Council. Anchor Club. Quill and
Scroll and the Times staff. She is
presently employed by Jefferson
stores.
Mr. August graduated from
Miami High in 1954 and is now
attending Emory University in At-
lanta. He is working toward a de-
gree in biology. His fraternity is
Alpha Epsilon Pi. and he also be-
longs to APO service fraternity.
J^jctr Mrs. Kalodish Tells
Of Ariene's Troth
Engagement of Arlene N Ka-
lodish and Andre Storfer is an-
nounced by her mother. Mrs. Fay
Kalodish, 1040 15th t%.. Miami
Beach.
Mr. Storfer, a University of Mia-
mi student, is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Rudolph Storfer. of New
York.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School
No date -has been set for the
wedding.
Society Installs
Two Officer Groups
Senior and junior groups of the
Dynamic Psychological Society in-
stalled officers at a dinner Satur-
day evening in the La Casita tea
room.
Named president of the senior
group was Mrs. Sidney Ettinger.
Others installed as officers of this
group include Monroe Gelb. first
vice president; Mrs. Morton Sch-
oen, second vice president; Mrs.
John Wagner, recording secretary:
Martin Roth, corresponding secre-
tary; Sidney Ettinger. treasurer;
and Mrs. Monroe Gelb, financial
secretary.
Junior officers are Melvin Hecht.
president; Marsha Buan, vice pres-
ident; Judi Anne Rood, secretary';
and Norman Duchon. treasurer.
Ataniure
Alan Fredric, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Solomon Green, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitevah at Tem-
ple Emanu-El on Saturday. Dec.
31. rjabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate. Alan is in the eighth
grade of Miami Beach High
school and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
> hldnoff
Allen Benjamin, son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Kurzweil. will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Emanu-El on Saturday, De-
cember 31. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Allen is in
| the seventh grade of Miami
Eeach High school and attends
| Temple Emanu-El religious
1 school.
Jay Gottlieb to Be Bar Mitzvah
Jav. son of Mr and Mrs. Louis
Gottlieb, 311 SW 8th st., will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
TNI MIRA lUlia OF RUTI* MIAMI
raieirta tna Original Metropolitan
Association Cast In Mozart's
;"Cosi Fan Tutte"
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Storting TooaoMrf. Doc. 27 Tlckots ovanlanaln ot ro'lnot.
Corootio t, Sfooomooi. M.I. Rooio
"La Boheme"
Test*. *o. 21. Thorn* oo. 23,
SotnreoT, Poo). 23
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Dec. 31. at Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation
The Bar Mitzvah attends Ada
Merrill Junior High School and the
religioOl Mhool of the Miami
.Hebrew School He will address
the congregation. Rabbi Simon
April will officiate.
Club to Meet Thursday
Mrs. Fred Jonas, president of
North Shore Jewish Center Friend
ship Club. Wednesday revealed
that the club will meet on Thurs
day evening. Jan. 5. at the Center
The club is a social organization
for unattached men and women of
40 and over.
Testimonial Fetes
Mrs. H. Shapiro
Mrs. Harold (Helen) Shapiro,
past president of the Kadimah
chapter of Pioneer Women, was
honored at a luncheon Wednesday
in the Colony restaurant.
Mrs. Shapiro has been an active
member in Zionist programs for
the last decade in the Greater Mia-
mi community. She has served in
every capacity in the Pioneer
Women's organization and has
been a representative to the com-
munity-wide Zionist organizations.
Mrs. Shapiro is leaving the area
and moving to Leesburg, Fla.
Mrs. Albert Shkoler and Mrs.
Leon Goldman were the commit-
tee in charge of the testimonial
luncheon for Mrs. Shapiro, assisted
by Mrs. Albert Berson. invocation;
Mrs. Jack Raff el, message from the
president; and Mrs. Albert Shkoler,
chairman of the program.
Barney Kogen, ion of Mr. i
Mrs. William H. Kogen.
West 47th st., will become]
Mitzvah on Saturday. Dec!
at Temple Beth Sholom. fir
Leon Kronish will officiate.
ney, a student at Beth
religious school, is in the eij
grade of Nautilus ]unior_
Hurricanes AZA Elttts
Officers for '56 Term
Sidney Ind^n wrsi elected j
godol of Hurricane! AZA
meeting this week.
Others named to oflice
Douglas Schwartz, aleph
Richard Beile>. aleph jubor..
ard Cromer. aleph Madur; too
Essen, aleph moreh; Le*15.
man, aleph moreh koi.ne_
Steve KulMn. >***
dol; Norman (iohtenberg.
shotare kotone: < hairIt'*..
aleph sopher; Bob Leu".
cohen godol. .^
Al Capp was < ectsd hooa
member of the executive boaij
Hurricane- AZA.
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DecemberMjSM
fowned Poet
j be Honored
T a nnet I Schwartz, who
'Nn a *.u.h Miami resident
u'Si year-, will be honored
F *?h birthday by Jewish cul
P'TEidav evening, Jan. 3, in
"I. Manor restaurant.
r,,V au,hor of the
fiW?enlucky." as well a, of
^graphical **> "Yo"ng
^'f addition, he has written
f.cholarlj works as ""-
fje and Death" and the Sab-
Kerfenowncd for his transla-
|. /. Scftwarfi
Yiddish,
Hebrew
authori-
Westview Golfers '
Eye Tourney Date
Definite dates have now boon!
announced for the second annual
"CJA Day" at Westview Country
Club, according to John Serbin
chairman of the double feature
event.
The four-ball tournament for
Westview members will be held all
day Thursday, Jan. 19. The sports
event will be preceded by a gala
dinner and show night on Jan 15
featuring stars of TV and radio.
According to Serbin. pairings
will take place on Thursday, Jan
12, at Westview, and they will \IV
announced shortly afterwards
In the first annual tournament
held last year an all-time record
was set by six Westview members
finishing in a dead tie for first
place. The sextet of winners were
Arthur England, Mike Kratze. John
Serbin, David Phillips, William
Weintraub and David Flecman.
Members of the organizational !
committee assisting Serbin are
Arthur England, David Fleeman,
Alfred Goldbach. lsadore Hecht!
Aaron Kanner, Howell Kase, Julian
Kratze, Sidney Lefcourt, Lawrence
Levenson, Sam Resnick, Seymour
Rubin, Miles Schlapik, Lawrence
Singer, S. T. Taylor, Herb Tennen
bom. Jack Waxenberg, William A.
Weintraub, Bernard Wagner, Sam
J. Heiman, James Meyers and Otto
Fenias.
'JsH&fkrlMu,
Covermans
Become Residents
Dr and Mrs. Louis Coverman
and their two sons. Michael and
Handall, are new residents of Coral
Oables.
Dr. Coverman has just returned
from a tour of duty in Korea,
where he was stationed for 16
months with the U.S. Army Dental
Corps.
Previous to entering the Armv
he practiced in Ohio for nine
years. Dr. Coverman is a graduate
of Ohio State University dental
school, class of '44
His new office wiil be located at
6882 Coral Way. Miami.
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Dr. Louis Coverman
Miss Judy Rosenberg has been
elected Sweetheart of Beach
AZA. Crowning of the comely
Miss took place Dec. 22 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Seiderman.
Development Forum Due
Dr. .Norman Vincent I'eale and
Millard Bennett, two of America's
most dynamic speakers, will con-
duct a personal development forum
for executives and sales people, at
the Dade County Auditorium on
Jan 10. Tally Kmbry. president of
the Miami chapter ot the National
Sales Executives Club announced
the two-hour forum Wednesday.
UM Names Hosts for
Studio Night Sessions
Studio night hosts at the Uni-
versity of Miami's Lowe Gallery
were announced Wednesday by in-
terim director Robert Tyler Davis
for the month of January.
Eugene Massin, UM art instruc-
tor and first prize winner in Lowe
Gallery*! fourth annual members'
exhibition, will welcome guests
Friday, Jan. 6.
Miami artist Edward Wcyhe will
be host Jan. 13. The head of the
UM art department, Clayton
Charles, will be host Jan. 20, and
Gladys Randolph will be ho.st on
the 27th.
Gables Zionists Schedule
Afusicafe and Bazaar
Coral Gables Zionist District
will hold a musical program on
Thursday evening. Jan. 5, at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Featured will be Lillian Zahn,
noted folk singer, who will accom-
pany herself on the guitar. AUo
scheduled to appear is Hom*-r
i Mueller, Chicago radio and televi-
sion star.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Friedson will
i be hosts at their home to a smor.
gasbord and bazaar sponsored by
j the district on Jan. 15. Assisting
in arrangements are the Mesdames
Pauline Levick, Morris Simon and
' Joseph Nerove.
from Hebrew into
his "Anthology of
fare" iv considered
in this field.
Pmgrara at the Tuesday func-
vill include Dr. Alexander
Di, noted Yiddish critic;
i Leschu >ky, well known au-
Nahum i h.min, general sec-
pith* \Uik men's Circle; Joseph
rtov, local leader and Work-
| Circle district secretary;
Schwart/man. executive di-
fer of the Bureau of Jewish
Jjon; J. / Stadlan, president
T Hebrew Teachers Associa-
iad Beryl Morrison, secretary
ieYIVO committee here.
iJCntor Samuel Kelemer, of Tem-
[leth Sholom, will present a
program. Jacob Fishman,
Zionist leader, will con-
I community singing.
Prize-Winning, Exciting Film at Cameo Theater is First for Israel
St or Haya Harant Given International Cannes film
festival Award for Her Realistic Performance
I'm' B'rHh Campaign
Membership by 30,065
WASHINGTON. DC. B'nai
has enrolled 30.065 new
abers m the lirst six weeks of
(current nationwide membership
*Kcordins to a joint report
'his week by Bernard Ro-
of Chicago, national chair-
<< the B mn B'rith member-
campaign cabinet, and Mrs.
Sims, of Detroit, national
wrship chairman for B'nai
Women's Supreme Council.
[Ite total, which include* some
ninary enrollments, was al-
t equally divided between men
omen, the chairmen said.
range goal of the organira-
^toexpand its membership.
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revived Arab-Jewish tension in the Middle East.
The Hill in question is a military objective at the *">errf
the Arab states which the Israelis are anxious a capture be-
fore the United Nations truce goes into effect. It is guardedItV
four soldiers-an Irishman and three Jews one of them a guL
TTough a series of flashbacks the vivid background of these
people and the way in which they were destined J mt on
ST Hill is recounted. The film is dynamiCn,W^,iaVa story
fessional acting and excellent photography, as weU as a story
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Clevelooi Social Club
Opens Season Hoto
Cleveland Social Club opened its
sixth year of activity here with a
meeting and card party Wednes-
day evening at Hibiscus Audito-
dub leaden lb* f *J
Betty Aronoff, president: M. u
rk.n and Mrs. Belle Dread, vice
Hnni Ben Dunn, treasurer.
^renV ^Tt
Mrs Margaret S.^nous and Mrs.
Ruth Pitclnic. secretaries.
passion rU* \ ^er


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*ki*tn*rk0m
Hammarskjold's Mission Focuses
Attention on Need for Levant Peace
Lake Tiberias Of Its shore's Of la
d on .my single inch "' terri-
thedocuments but instead shouted lory beyond the border defined by
Continued from Page 1 A
his insistence
frontiers
that
I
has
the genera) armistice a&raeiaept
urn: I-i.ul and S>n
I
The captured documents includ-
ed orders issued by Shuquat Shu-
keir. thief of Staff of the Syrian
Army, on March 14. 1954 claiming
that 'Syrian territorial waters in
Lake Tiberias should be regarded
(extending) 250 meters (850 feet)
from shore." He ordered that "fire
should be opened on Israel vessels
entering this limit"
Mr. Eban pointed out that the
very report submitted b] Gen
Burns "confirms that Israel has
Agudath Israel
Elects Officers
Ifurraj Rosanbar has been
elected president ol Agudath la-
rael Hebrew Institute.
Other officers named at 1h
election meeting this week wen
Saul Finkelstein, Harry JackfJOD,
[sidor Pass .md Jacob Kanen, viee
presldenta; Benjamin 8. Pearl-
man, treasurer GtfTshon Zion, re-
proposed and Syria hu rejected cording secreterj Chairman of the
proposals for an agreement which board of directors i. ( hai le- Cert
WOUld enable the question oi ler, with Harry Itosriib.ru act inn
fishing rights" on the lake t< co-chairmaB
settled peaceful!) The Israel del Hoard membi Morns
, i ,i thai Gen. Burn- him- Babok, Jacob m Berger, Harry
self "makes it abundantly clear
peaking here I
and of I-1
He chalh nge I Mr Sh ik
I wa
ters Ihk i ake <; i ii n I
"astoundinglj impudent >
sion "and a- lim "
While Mr Shukairy squii
refused to (ti i i unimpor
tanl matters" such as territorial
ireation, Mr Eban drove borne
a nuv tx "i times tb.. -- en-
tire i U on the su|
that it can unilaterally violate the
Syrian-Israel armistice agreement
<>n his own behalf, Mi
that the Security Council will m
elude in its resolution a clear in-
junction to Syna to a'. i,d inter
i> rem e w itfa Israeli actii kies on
the lake ami in Israeli territory
SUITOUding the Lake, and also a
clear statement forbidding -
from exercising illicit controls on
Cammer, Alfred Frank. Henr\
tnqlandtr
Will Discuss Juvenile Delinquency
Miami Beach High School principal Irvin W. Katz will be guest
speaker at the Oneg Shabhat Friday evening of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion
Subjjcct of his la'k will be on juvenile delinquency Malvin Eng-
lander, local attorney, will be moderator. Spiritual leader Dr. Tibor
Stein will pic er.t the religious point of view
The program will Include Sisterhood Sabbath, with Mrs. Frances
liakovsk] I I chairman.
North Shore Leader z SSfiTf
Attends Confab
1 Rabbi Kronish .^,
Association M
President of ,he *';
.Rabbinic,, ,V^on"%
ceeds Rabbi !rving j,h.
Named lecretari of ,he J
fon was Rabbl M <
.of the Nmelne tenter to *
i Rabbi Alfred Waxman
New off.cors a.-ume their J
Jan. 1.
Reservations Ph. jf;
"FREUCr
New Year's Eve I
Ike
barton bro!
4jUU
Company Expanding
Jerome Cohen, president ol
Southern Wood Industries, makers
ol Southern Maul kitchen i ; 111
(I this week that work
i 'i'd on new factor]
and warehouse addition ol s.ooo
feet to provide for additional man-
ufacturing and storage facilities
I d to accommodate the
- expanding business
Murray toieufccj
6roudap, David Hermon, Irving
1'ietrack. Bernard Kaufman. David
I spot Sol Libert, David Whitman
omi Emertck Weiss
(ahaim are Moshe Sterling and
Herts Weiss Kahbi Isaac Brer this
Rabbi kfayer /tbramowitx, re-
gional din'tor of the United
Synagogue youth and spiritual
leader ol the North Shore J<
(enter is participating in the na
tionai convention of tho United
Synagogue Youth currently being
held In Cleveland, <>
The convention, which is at-
tracting over 1.000 *ynagoguc-
minded youth, ill set the tone for
youth activities in the 600 Con-
servative congregation, throughout
the I'nited States Theme ef the
convention is "God. Israel and the
'Torah are One "
High on the agenda is the trans-
fer to the I'SY of the Israeli proj-
ect of establishing a student hostel
in Israel, currently sponsored by
the Jewish Theological Seminary.
Another item is the intensification
of teenage youth participation in
the Camp Ramah projects
Rabbi Abramowitz. who is lead-
complet-
ed for this area's participation in
National Advertising Week. Feb.
10 to 24. with the announcement
Wednesday of the local committee
I by William M. Crockett.
Jr. community relations director
ol the Miami Beach federal Bav-
and Loan Association.
The committee's purpose is to
localize the national theme Ad-
vertJaiog Benefits You and show
how advertising is aiding indus-
try here
mo*
3 SHOWS:
9:00 11:00
2:30 A.M. TUVMEl" SHOW
CHINE SE FOOD
horn 10 PM. Til/ 5 kM.
in the
Cromwell Hoi
ON THE OCEAN ON 2ftt ST.
com
der. Cleveland; Hyman Cohen.
Chicago; Max Cantor. Pittsburgh;
[aider Chaplik. Chicago William
Kciyenbaum. Brooklyn Isidor Ha-
ber. I.ong Beach. N.Y.; George
Isaacson. Camden; Joseph Kriv.
Cher, Memphis. Isidore Malina.
York City; Ivan Salomon.
week named the following honora-1 ing three seminar* in the four-day
national directors I>aac Bru conclave, will be joined by a rep-
resentative group of teenagersi
from the South, whose transporta-1
tion has been made possible by the
regional Youth Commission.
Representing the Greater Miami
area are Charles Kamen. of Beth
David Congregation.; Lester Brick-
man, of Temple Emanu-El; and
New Year's Fete Due
Tifereth Israel Nottbaida Can-
ter will hold a New Years eve
party on Saturday. Dec 31. at the NfW
Center In charge of reservations New York (ltv and ,sr,e, silber j Buddy Sirkin. of North Shore Jew
man. Long Island. NY. ish Center.
is Sadie Saul
ARAB ISRAEL SITUATION DISCUSSED AT WHITE HOUSE IN WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON (JTA> The Arab Israel situation
was discussed Wednesday in the White House when
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles met with
President Kisenhower for more than an hour re-
viewing major developments, it was indicated in
informed government circles
State Department sources said that no decision
has yet been reached on Israel's arms list, submitted
several weeks ago. On the other hand the adminis
tration is certain that Congress will approve the
projected financial aid to Egypt for the building of
the Aswan Dam. although some debating of the sug-
gested American aid to Egypt is expected in Con
great,
The U.S. Department of Agriculture Wednesday
announced that authorization issued to Israel last
June for the purchase of wheat or wheat flour has
been extended and increased to $2,214,000 Since
purchases totaling $1,145,000 were previously made,
the action will permit the purchase of an additional
$1,068,000 worth df wheat or wheat flour, including
certain ocean transportation costs.
The National Academy of Sciences reported that
Israel will participate in a project to be undertaken
by leading world scientists whn will conduct the
most comprehensive investigations in solar activity,
meteorology, rocket exploration of the upper stratos
phere geomagnetism, gravity measurements, lati-
tude and longitude determinations ionospheric phys
urora and glow, cosmic rays, glaciology, ocean
ography and seismology.
EIFFIEL BEAUTY SALON
1523 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 8-3402
UNDER NfW MANAGEMENT
Natfoiwlly Advertised
PERMANENT WAVES]
Special tor Holiday*
$5.00 up
WE SPECIALIZE IN TINTS, ItEACHES, HAIR CUTS, HAIR SHIES
Bon* ay Waff Kmwn Hmirirttttri
SHAMPOO SET -$150 NAM CUTS (my itylt) $1.50
PEDICURE $2.50 MANKURf SIM
COME IN I UTS GET ACQUAINUD
CimpJtfly Air C.4H,*n,i
taagMJOM
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HAVING A PARTY?
a commit im of delicious foods
FOR YOU* NEW YEAR'S PARTIES
NOT CORHED REEF PASTRAMI C01D CUTS
COtO M0RS D'OUEVRES MOT HORS D'OUEVRES JP
ROAST TURKEYS, DOCKS mmd CHICKENS DEIKI0US SALADS
f Prices That Wfff Serarist Tu !
PHONE JE 4-2655 and ask for BORIS
Delightful Dinners Served in Our Newlv Decorated
Dining Room
1141 WASHINGTON AVE.
Opn Daily 11 a.m. to t p.r
OPPOSITE CITY HALL ** JJ
Saturday i P ,0 '*
Members of the CJA campaign cabinet meet
at an informal planning session at the Sans
Souci hotel to discuss results of an emer
J gency breakfast meeting Sunday, Dec. 11.
tAt head of table are chairman Sam I. Hei-
man and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Left to
nght are B. Provost. David Provua, Arnold
Seeder, Jack Corner. Federation executive
director Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg. Abe
Kurman, Joseph Rose. David Levinson
George Goldberg and Fred K. Shochet. pur>
lisher of The Jewish Floridian.
^ SANITARY FISH MARKET
^7 PIKE WHITE FISH CARP
ami All Voriotios of Soa Food
mi nmoouno otuvatr suvict
UEST FISH MAJNbTT ON THE MCH
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number 30, 1955

^"rt^Fhrkiian
!*'* .'411.
,1
.'# -
Honis Gold 'third from left), member of the
Enaing board of the City of Miami Beach,
^unanimously reelecled to a second term
president of the Miami Beach Apartment
ociation. Looking on (left to right) are
Donald S. Beck, treasurer; Helen Sanders
aTnt 2 rV,ng ^hS?man' ,irst v' pres
SDtUTe L Wei33' chan of the
board Not shown i, Sidney Rubinowitz.
jsecond vice president.
i Grant of $109,100 May be Used
To Further Mt. Sinai Development Site
Sinai H <-\ :tai of Greater
I imont I he voluntary.
throughout
nation thai received funds
il 000,1 ^rant by the
JFWndati laal week.
tiitive direc
ot Iht Wednesday
Ithit ui .iiurallv
(or the ible grant of
rd Foundation
: to Ml b iai "
ii letter to thi Beach medical
institution on Tuesday, II Rowan
(Jaither, Jr.. president oi the
Foundation, explained that the
Ford philanthropic
aim is to help hospitals su< h as
Mt Sm;n "in improving and ex
tending their services to Hun- re-
spective communities
Gertner said that the Foundi
has. undertaken this action bei
of the great importance oi the
voluntary hospital to the communi-
ties of the United States and the
Eteran Campaigners Named to Top
Posts in Business-Professional Division
veteran campaigners whose
ailed record of community
i totals more than 10t> years
[tcrne forward to take impor-
| forts in the Combined Jewish
Busines- and Professions
w.
iSerbin 1.. week a; pointed
(prominent local business men
have held tup jobs in the
Miami Jew i h Federation
[(her major welfare institu-
idjring the past 20 years.
ording to Serbin the follow-
[aive been named as co-chair-
c: the giant Business and
ssions Council, the newly
I organization which will aid
:n conduct i ? their phase
1956 CJA Leo Arkerman,
rh. fltaikir ron M. Kanner,
|J Kopelow,', \aron Kravitz
|Carl Susskind
'W
VajNV^l^a
1 Joseph E. Rackovsky
IKKAN AVINjE, MIAMI REACH
*" JE 1-3SM
I^WON ROOFING AND
KT METAL WORKS
IW-IMAVE. Ph. HI4-SIM
1^ 'P"d now; y.u
-K*-,0" nt" roof lator
Wjtfictory Work by
Kravitz will act as second in
command" to Chairman Serbin
and Kopelowitz will assume 'the
post of secretary of the trades
cabinet.
Still to be named are members
of a seven man Advisory Commit
tee made up of former campaign
chairmen and leaders in business
and industry who have distin-
guished themselves in former cam-
paigns.
Assisting Kravitz with his duties
and working closely with him will
be his partner William Weintraub
who is a veteran of four campaigns
and assisted last year in the direc-
tion of the Westview CJA Day.
Meeting at Betty's Restaurant
last week with the newly appoint-
ed co-chairmen. Campaign Chair-
man Sam J. Heiman outlined the
recommendations by Federation's
Budget Committee for the new
geal and indicated generally some-
thing of the Trades Divisions re-
sponsibilities. "As business men,
as residents of Dade County, and
as citizens, we must clearly under-
stand the vital humanitarian needs
of our people both in Israel and in
this community. Representatives
of sixty organizations in the Fed-
eration have studied, analyzed, and
determined these needs in a care-
ful, scientific manner. And the
Combined Jewish Appeal is the
down-to-earth, dollars-and-cents an-
swer to these needs in 1956 It is
up to us as leaders of our Jewish
community to meet the challenge
d which many of -hem face for
fund, with which to strengthen
and expand their servii
"We expect to use our grant
' can do the most good and
hm the term, laid down by the
Ford Foundation," he said
ms of the
lated for Mt.
d to pa) stand-
"'l "' ervices
c! bj the
I" ibly use a portion
the n hospi-
iich i- to be built on ('(dims
and part oi it also to help
satisfj the need for new equip-
ment, a new clinic, or a new proj-
eci to enlarge our out-patient de-
partment," Gertner revealed. "Fi.
lions concerning the grant.
of course, will depend upon for-
mal action by the hospital's board
of trustee
(icrtner said that the amount of
i each Ford Foundation grant is
baaed on the patient days of serv-
ile and the number of births in the
hospital as previously reported to
the American Hospital Association.
head-on,'' Chairman Heiman
stated.
The Business and Professions
Division usualh raises one-half of
the total funds in the annual drive,
lit was explained by Chairman Ser-
bin Exact <|U.otas are expected to
he announced as soon as the cam-
paign gets underway in January.
I he Business and Professions
'Council met again on Tuesday. De-
cember 20th. at which time volun-
teer recruitment plans were dis-
cussed Aim of the cabinet will be
to secure industry leaders to act
a chairman in more than forty
diversified businesses and profes-
sions covering all of Dade County.
GLASS F0R EVERY PURPOSE
n J ITrtM nniiT Min ..a uiunnw Gist!
fsnWt
STOfK FIONT PIATI end WINDOW CUSS
" 'ops, b*.|^ *jrrm mmd totllwl* Omr Sm*cimlty
* G. Glass and Mirror Works
8-W.BthSt.
Harris Oriim
PHONE 3-2728
^*^*A^*Am
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
rOR DrscMMmAtma families
W5 N.W. ^ ^ p^ MQ ,4201
SAVI rOI TOMOMOW
WHIM TOU CAN
iomow ron today
mm *MH"h ^'^j
Pertosil U Hirst Dtawitory
Isakiac by Mail
Letters al Credit
Slftrr Deposit Uxti
mrm^r rWerol SVpo.il
Unmrmrf Corjorowtoei
,;\NK of MIAMI U\0\
Page 9 A
TIE WEEK... IS I SEE IT
Continued from Page 4 A
Th^mv,t!i,InMrlhFirhn, Po* **<
Ambassador to Egv hnJtZ^V ^J*** Secretar* and his
at the expense of the orlnZf f Near East to ,hc brink o war
Mr Byroade and tell him Tn^h"3"'^ f **nel Th^ wi nudS<>
- -. & -jaw ssawriMss? &
MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th ave. Phone 3-3431
IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
"Miami's Leading
Serving the Jewish
MIAMI'S ONI
AND ONLY
JEWISH
MONUMENT
BUILDERS
CATERING
fxauHvar
TO THi JEWISH
CiaWWJ
Memorial Dealers"
Community Since l2o
GUARANTEED
FINEST QUALITY
MONUMENTS
AT LOWEST PRICES
IN MIAMI I
GRAVE MARKERS
HEADSTONES
FOOTSTONES
O
Only $35.00
Why Pay More? Boy for Less at Palmer's and Save I
Ail Monuments Custom Maio in Our Own Shops Within 3 Oayt I
3277 -79-81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET
Ntxt to Cornet at 33rd Avtnue
i HI 6-5W1
PHONES: ] 4.5,22
9*
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NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME Si
formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL
Edward T.
Newman
funeral Director
1333 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI
Phone JE 1-7677


Page 10 A
p-JenisMcridF&r
Frida
V. Dec
Youth to Highlight Service
At Temple tmarw-U friday
Samuel Friedland, prealdenl ol
Temple Bmanu El, ; n o u n c d
Wednesday that 11*- innual winter
lion program of activities for
college tge youth ol th Temple
family will i>.' ooncluded on Dei
,iii the late Prttmj evening
ice at 8*0 p m. m the
S3 nagegue.
Babbi ii\m I-chrman, who will
dedicate the larviee t<- theea
i n ai i i.....i b v ill r
uii the nil m cl "i "Build and be
Rebuilt "
Participating in 11 at n Ice
be Hei lerl Kaplan, ol the Univer
ol Pennsylvania Carol i-^m-
son, ci the i niveraitj ot M
Harriel Upton, of Wellslej < <>i
aid Richard I ornell
Univei tit)
A reception :ii follow the aerv-
ice in ill.' social hall >! the Temple
under the sponsorship <>i the Sis-
lei hood.
Miracle Lodge
Installs Officers
dianship \- Sponsorship \ ,,,, i Greenbarg wn- m
Borne 300 volunteer workers will stalled m:i-trr ol Miracle lodge
Mind up their solicitation-collec 04, F A If., al an open Inatal-
mpaign this week, bul an lation ceremony Wednesdaj aee-
effort i" redeem nome ning m Coconut Grove lodge hall
i.OOO in outai commit- others Installed were Martin P
ntinued. Nash, senior warden; Ralph Kirsch,
slier also -aid that prospects junior warden; Dave Pullman,
the International Mobilization 1 trei wrer; Mervyn I- Am.
>.. which will launch th< s..i Halpert, senior dei
to be held in Charles Cropper, junior deacon;
"extreme!) Harvej \ Cohen, senior steward
Merle I Bkltt junior steward.
He cited Thustees ol Israel, in. Max Goldstein, chaplain; Kenneth
luals buying 110.000 or more Kasselman, tyler; Kenneth (..
bonds during the year, u Sam Thomson, marshal); and Fred
Blank. Jack I. Can) Jack I ar Langford, a-sistant tyler
Samuel Friedland, Isadora installation ceremonies were un-
Heehl Samuel Goldfarb s.m k.a. (ior ,ht, ,iir,Tllon (l( Krank A
i.l Kijmis. Mar...' Uberman, Brown, past urand master of Ma-
David Provua, Mrs ons in Florida; Sig Eiaenberg, peat
"" N Rubil 1 B Raskin, llu,.r (lf Southwest lodge and
Bond Campaign
Closes With Sales
Up 22 Percent
Greater Miami's campal m for
ot iri,i. l lionds for
. ns.. this week, with chairman
I icob Slier reporting more than
i .MM' m sales through Wednea-
The I mure i more than
il-i 000
ting a jump of 22 per ct nt
Slier paid special tribute to the
[Yustees of Israel. 118 G
and Bl Sponsors "t Israel thus
I ir enroll) I for 1953 He .ailed
e results encourag i
I one ii1 rael Bonds conl
i be the principal
nomic investmenl in Israel, and the
; i m ahead must he tar
Mil "
Sher urged all persons who "err
ii-!.'. s. Guardians or Sponsors
lid have HO) a- ) !
do
j bj mailing then hecks to j
1544 W ash"], ton ave A minimum
i si .noil in bonds i d foi
Norton Tire Co.
Adds Branch
i mil Pallet announced Wednes-
day the opening Ol Norton Tire
. h tore "i Home
.tea,! I is the seventh
ii 'in.' Company
pJllol president of Norton Tire
Company, Inc., began the business
ember 30,
Wanted by Elderly Couple
A WOMAN TO PRBPARE MIAIS, will
e ien beautiful Rome and salary
Pliant JE l-6tM.
BERTE LONG
Contralta
TEACNEI ana" SINGER
1 N.W. 23rd Caart
Phone NEwtan 5-1210
M,DDlEA6EDWhDof
CLEAN. ATTRACT1
C00K,nfl. ^r,DRo0.;r.....
0n' 6.
KOSHER BUTCHB
K. "* ,0.r ""Ploymeni, iff.
DR. GORDON EJNH0RN
OPTOMETRIST
annawncei fhe oaeniae
f hit office*
211S S.W. 22nd STREET
(Coral Wmf)
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Offica Hours 9 5:30
E*oai| by Appointment
TELEPHONE Nl 6 7796
WANItO
CAMP REPRESENTATIVE
FOR COED PE\\SYLv\T l'
Good opporlan^ ,.LrV*Nl* C
proper contj t, 'Wr,tr "n
round, m Po,V,b f,"V;n'
POl.t.cn ,, lmp 0' IUI
HALF-DAY FISHING TRIP
NO FISH NO PAY Onl,
YACHT SAIIFISH
9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Ch,lor, i
P'e; 7. C.ty Yacht B.n. M,," '
Esther Singer, Carl Wcinkle
b Sher
Sher said sale 11 Bonds
Hen Essen, past master ol Hibiscus
lodge
Special gueel was most worship-
ted \M.rk'
For The Finest Dine at
it th. i nited States and ,, Km T ,>ir(, Kl..,n(1 ma.,,.r ,)f
up i r 1954, bul added Uaaotu in Floi
i better ____________________
.I..,-, thai Greater Miami, ;.>r pa ATA
1 "n i"i!i nurncdncs AZA
Initiates Members
\t a recent cen-monv at Ilillel
Boiitfl on the I'nneisity ot Miami
campus. Hurricanes .\/.a initiated
newest pledge class.
Those admitted to the order
vere Morton Greenblatt, Irwin
1 Steve Kulvin. Richard I!
Malcolm Klrichenbaum, David
Baker, Philip Edwards, Steve Mey-
I .,n Clem
Al I app presided at the (.re.
imny. as Snl Indmn explained the
purpose of AZA to the pleadges.
The theme of the program was
"America. Founded on Biblical
Principles '
After the program, new mem-
hers were congratulated by Hurri-
canes' sweetheart. Cynthia Bott
B'nai B'rith Women were hosts
940 71st St., Miami Beach
OPPOSITE THE FOUNTAIN
Phone: UN 6-6043
Free Parkina Air C<"''*'j>^
VUGUST BROS Rye
** Is the BEST'
ASSOCIATED DETECTIVES
OF NORTH A CENTRAL AMERICA, INC.
Phone PL 8-3806
561 N.E. 79th STREET BISCAYNE PLAZA, ROOM 213
MIAMI, FLA.
MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL
Laais Pallat
in 1924 and guided i* to its present
position as one of ttw* nation\ top
independent tire sellers and the
largest I s Royal distributor in
Florida
"A philosophy which incorpor-
ates the Golden Rule, and a strong
desire to he of real service to the
eommunily has motivated the
growth of Norton Tire Company."
RENT A CAI
SIT, |Nr W is 5c per Milt
Bnl For Leas
BEN'S RENTALS
1451 W. FLAQLER Ph. FR 3-7te
Pickup Miami and Baach
LARGE CORNER BEDROOM
Privileges Bus 2 and 17
2250 S.W. 28th St.
DOC
FOR RENT
COMFORTABLE 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH
ma1 olio ONE BEDROOM APT. CbiMraa
welaaoMal. L'raaaof. Saaiaoi, year-
ly. 6936 Byran A*., Mioai BkK
Remember The Bird Ci
for
Parakeets, Finches, Cm
Love Birds
5772 SUNSFT DRIVE, SOUTH
Phone M0 14)111
Small Loan
Company
Wants to borrow froaj
investors on secure* a
in amounts of SIO.OOMt]
sioo.ooo.oo. will oar in
annum interest.
(Payable manthh;)
Write: CL
c/o Box 2973, Mrani
.^%
^VAiUSTBROSR);
ill Httrh
Pallet said in announcing the new
store "We Udieve in being honest,
and we sell only quality products
at lowest possible prices
Bill Norris has been appointed
sales manager of the new store
"Norris is thoroughly familiar with
our policy of honesty and integri-
ty and with our products and serv-
ices." 1'allot explained. Norris,
married and father of three chil-
dren, plans on making his home
in Homestead. Only 28. he is the
youngest of all the Norton Tire
Company store managers.
His brother. Jim Norris, is man-
ager of the South Miami Norton
Tire Store and was instrumental in
teaching younger brother Bill a
great deal about tires.
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December301955
Residents
line Plans for
CJA Campaign
pis Division
thr Winter Resi-
lhi week heard
earner outline
gffor the 1P56 xoluntecr effort
[behalf of th. Combined Jewish
ItoU a. th-' Mien batd on
*e'day. <'"''' enounced to
,ifC. poop '; campeigneri that
Annual Winter Residents social
it will be held at his home,
Pine Tree dr. cir., Miami
h on Thur- laj evening. Jan.
jjr and Mi- earner expect
tis of 125 guesta to attend
dinner.
,al puc-t ff honor at the
organizational meeting was
Mi^n chairman Sam J. Hei-
who commended (arner for
outstanding achievement" in
1955 campaign when earner
the Winter Residents Division
the top to exceed their cam-
quota.
(X i> now a permanent resi-
of Miami Beach, having
from hi- long-time resi-
in Rye N Y where he was
in numerous philanthropic
welfare pro i
iugh specific quotas have
yet been assigned to the vari-
fJA divisions, earner express-
confidence that his group
Id be able to raise over $400,-
in 1956. This nearly doubles
quota set for the division last
[ ,i which he secured 107.8
cent.
linn rtressc i the fact that
winter who spend
greater pae I the year living
and who are.
ill intent- ai d purposes, true
nt- ni our city." The larger
butions are i ceded to help
M Miami'? share of the emer-
WAfi :<75.000 which
ken earmarked for immigra-
uj absorVi'dii into-Israel (if
tan Jews
ding the I organizational
ng at the Algiers hotel with
were It Williams Apte.
ps Black. \\ illiam Blechman.
EH. Dr J \ (ireenhouse.
an H Olei Louis Pritikin.
ppSchoenber. Arnold Seeder.
i Segal and Max Sheinman.
Here for a holiday are Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Feldman, of New
York. They are visiting Mrs.
Feldman's parents, the Jacob
Fishmans, 5334 La Gorce dr.,
Miami Beach. Special visitor is
grandson Albert.
Camp Pinewood
Reunion Sunday
h% BffR ,"-"~-
ESS
i hotel Hart
Z ,h"f,: ion for .
""'""""< ersandc
'"'"-..i the ,^,nimp
' festivities was a
'......' Award for StfBgJ'J
""PMUvii i pre 23
A im-n,,,:; I,,,,. ,ro(.,c
os1 of whom consisted i
W*JJ future campers, paren
'""l Wends, in the receiving line
' Dynd Mr- Do.id D Mich!
elson and Mr and Mrs Eli Meltaer
camp owners """
Shortly before the dose of the
program a brief address to par-
:;"'V; bJ r. Michelson
on ihe i amp Pinewood Storj "
Noted Musician
Ready for Bookings
Lillian Zahn. of 723-2nd st. M,.
ami Beach, this week revealed
I that she is available for bookings
in programs of folk songs from
many lands
Miss Zahn, who has a rich mezzo-
soprano voice, studied with C.iu.
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Film-Art Corporation, headed
by president Maurey L. Ash-
mann, has moved to the largest
building in the South devoted
to the creation of photo-murals,
displays, silk-screens, exhibit,
art and ?ign work at 150 NW
1st st. Ashmann, noted charity
worker, is chief barker of Vari-
ety Tent 33, a Shriner, director
of Variety Children's hospital,
director of the Better Business
Division of the Chamber of
Commerce, Southern advisory
board member of the National
Association of Manufacturers
and president of the Jewish
Brotherhood.
Miss Lillian Zahn
teppe Boghetti, teacher of Marion
Andei
Her repertoire includes Ameri-
can. Israeli, Yiddish, Russian and
Spanish folk songs in all. 400
work- in some 15 languages.
An accomplished guitarist, Miss
Zahn is her own accompanist Her
iins h..\e been acclaimed
widelj throughout the I'nited
States, i anada and Mexico
Mis* Zahn's method is "to re-
create throii h the medium of
folk songs the joss and irrows,
les and i of man-
kind
ftfeitaarie
s
*
n winicr ...i.i...'.,''" "' ''I been
J1.',"1 Horn!
Ml .\, l, ,-,.,,
tan-
ABRAHAM WASSERMAN
'""....... ,,,
SAMUEL SCHONWETTER
PHILLIP SPIEGEL
TJ. of lofi] Weil Flaglei u ....... ,,..,
1 ^ il Ne*. v,. i.
comina here i ,. ..,,"
^',""\"'' H,'.
wire, Anna, and thru urvlve
v, ,1 '" ;',"..".''"" wen In New
York, with HeUman funeral Chi.....i-
16. II.
JOSEPH LURIE
1 -n.l ., i||,.,| |),
"' '>' N J and
He leave! hla wife, Marti ;
''.v. ii daughtei Kllxab, ih
-.
Mm
x Dee. 18 In
I Vf<
In Ml Neon
i iin.i,
ABE A. FRIEDMAN
rlli i
-' II. Wa I ,|.
SI
Doroth] \i
l- -
i
v. I ..
':
Ml N
Wi FACES Algiers hotel co-owners Lew Kenin, Chuck
"wand Dave Levinson shown at a party in the Schehera-
Toom honoring the Algiers' third anniversay.
HERBIE'S
4&'f "Food to Satisfy Each 11
Individual Taste"
MARTIN BLUMBERG
tore ro he Ih
-i \;.
pel i

l
MVER ROSENBLUM
15 Mai w Hie dr died IV
i ngo froti
Vim k i' It) A i I he la
.-un Ived b two broil Flai Ro*
and I-... R nbluni, anil
M Anna Bat ni U, nil U
i... IS Ii Rl\. rxldi -
lei. Washington
av< .llh I Ml N. i". i

HARRY S. TATELBAUM
6-*i. of 42 S'W : t)l<
Beai h He I
rived I I -'in -.
Paul .hi i rial I two i
\. n ind Mildred Wltl in: one slsti .
Kervli el wen
.'Ii.in-
l .... t with l'ie i.il in Ml Xeb,
I
SAMUEL KOIZIM
IS, of .:::'. SW 12th avi 0* II
H Ived !>
ii..' i i Jerrj .
i i
,. m nt to
SOLOMON KLINGER
rl Deo
lij .i da
\ Illian K M -. and -
i :
In w...... -n
JACOB ARNOLD
10 .NW
\ retired men liant. he i ame hen
IvInK
;, n. n br*tlu

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I;
n
ABRAHAM TROUBE

.11,1 two -.
II
, \. and bUB al
t|e. -. In
MRS ROSE PLAKOWITZ
V. I
I N
i hand I'hUll'. '" dahl( '- M
fWoth> Pin-
Set -
Sew 1 i Wv
SSE hapellncft
I ,.r nrranai mnt
Rev. Jacob Silverman. of 435
I 20th st.. Miami Beach, is now
,,- hguior Dinims from 5 to 9:30 p.m. fvery Day j making this city his permanent
home. Formerly oi Toledo. O..
where he served with Congre-
gation B'nai Israel, he was also
tor 25 years associate cantor of
S 247 23rd Strtt, Miami Beach j
i
0P*W f*0H 5 PJH. TO 2 AM. MV
i
tor lo years uMm.iu.v ^-------- percy um""" .,
? -- Shaarev Zedek :0. of nmiH-nritB
Congregation bftaarey ^ ,,,.,1 m,. n -
.... ... -Mi iffli
I in Detroit. Mich.
ABRAHAM BENEMOUSKY
, ,\\ 'n,i aV. died I
In Ni^ii Vork.
JACOB GERSH
sfi f U '. i:si"" "I. '
** ',.. M-h Memorla < hapel
PERCY GINSBURG
"r'f,1,1 "^- 'i:;;;:,v\;'.,..
^:z:-;!, ;;::"......"
MRS. BERTHA ITZKOVITZ
- B V I"' ,i winter vLritor
""" ennjylvanla, m......... 12 r,
;:;;; nd "jyta were m phi .,i,-ii,
VV '; '"' We-Beach Mem .rial dnap-
11 '" charge ol local arrangement*
MARTIN K. NELSON
I >W ::::| ., died I >.-i In
'. N.C. he earn, here 10
from Chicago and o
'ted ii,.- Huntlngton b)dg.
"hop, II, we,, a Mason and i
snnner. Survlvorn Include hln
Dorcthj Nelaon. and a
brotlH i Servli .. pec. i.: ,,,
.....'"' Ml' ml Phi.....I with ,!,
"" ni Flagler Memorial Pa
BARNEY DRESNAR
' 1009 Ii!, >,., ,ii.,| |.,.,. | |i..
n< ': vearn ago from Phllj
tired clothing buyei. hi i-
I bi hi- wife, Rom thn e
K irl, David and Louis: three nle-
-iiiimI. iiil.i, en. Servi
1..... U in Gordon's Miami '-h:>i>-
i. mill burial In Star of David Cenie-
I'-ri.
JOSEPH CHA2EN
-. of 2271 SW Bth at., owner "f Cbas-
II r Tnllor Uiop, died Dec. 11 in
: h iipltal. Il- moved to Miami kIx
igo from Buffalu gun Ivors in-
hla u.i... Minnie; ;,.....
a daughter, Urt. Paul Belli i .- nlater
and rive Krandcblldren, Servlcen and
Intel menl wi .- in Buffalo, with Qor.
I-.ii'.- Miami Chapel In charge local!)
HARRY MASTER
winter vlaltor here from New
Vork :,, man) m-mih. ilb-rt Dec He
in-1 -ii 1136 Colllna a've. Hi- wife.
Ro and daughter, Mrt. Harry Wel-
h-ri. -i live Bervlcea were i'i New
I 'ii i !.-, ii under the direction
of Hellman Puneral Chapela,
MRS. DELPHINE FRIEDMAN
49, ..i 13 all n Royal pkwy., died I.....,
'i She i ame here fl i e s eara ago
ll.,i,i, iii..l. Hi. She Is survived by her
huaband, Jacob, and n daughter,
Rochelli I-' ledman Services wi re
Di II In Rh. r-i.i.- i:.... i. Memorial
Wi -i Plagle -i with burial
in Ml \i bo i 'emetery
MRS. JENNIE WEINBERGER
:.'. nl I"" Noi il, Ba> dr I lot Ii n
, led I R .,- i Ii Beach
' 'ha|iel w .i- in 'i.il. .,f iii-
MRS. SOPHIE KLEINMANN
died i 7 m
il hospl I. Bin
,.....ng from
i. S l |l I.'I- -
Max; in.. daughu rs, Rosctti
[toalni i nd a son,
I.. 9 in N. u
II' ;.. I. With bUI i.il 111
,| V.
MORRY SINGER
died Dec T A
he h.-i i i nidi ,l
1
er.
: .!: Dorothj H hi
were
i; ,, |di -Mi morlnl 'hs
with burial In Mt. Nebo
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRRBV GIVEN tha*
il,.. ilgneil, desiring to enga|
.,, i, the fli tltloun 'i ime ol
I'MI.INKS BEAl'TV s\l.n\. al
......,i il tel, Miami Beai h, In-
,,.,,,]. i,, ild name with the
i-|... v. ,,: the Circuit Court of Da Ii
...
I'Mi.ixi: SELIGSON, Sole Owner
i 6-13-20_________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE ll> HERKBV GIVEN thai
titloua name oi
ul l.\li:i.A BAR, at 235 N :'..ili
Av,., :: -.n.l name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
i. County, '
wn.l 1AM WHITEHEAD
KESfcLER i:u:<
\i.|,i], am
ler Street
'--''___________________________________________________^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'iTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY No. lBwXIi
vin.M -s CORPORATION.
! r: ..iMii.i,. pialntirr,
SHORES REALTY, INC.. a
,,., .iin.i,. and GAS
OB PRODl'CTS. INC., OI
rToRIDA. .i Florida -r^raUon. ^
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T() SHORES KKAI.TV. IM ,
v.,ii,;,i, Schwarti.
i lent and Director
. A Ii, Mi. I
\. u Voi u. N.'iv >"'k
rlvman -i Bchwarti
\,. ii, and i' rector
l'ih West th Btreel
v.u Vork. New ^ k
II I. Slegel
. i.,1-. and i'i'
rttftk* HEREBY NOTIFIED to
', x-.ii. ,.. ." Complaint
i,i and South feel of Ig
i .-I Him k i of J*W"., SU\C\
sil,,i;i:s. SECTION ''A-s sub-
division accordlt a to the i tai
,, ,.,f recorded in Ptal
V- mi:, 98 "i the Public Ri
,I;.;IJ ^ ,,,, county, F1"t
logether with Improvement* I"-
Pgff-or0! ';'''' 1' a"1 f'"
noridafthl. -Mil OTW ol Decefsber,
I- i; UBATHERMAN,
i-'l,., i,, Circuit Court
B, M C. GREEN .


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p
J
They're still buzzing around town about Chart**
r. Jacobson's Sunday reception at the Delano hotel
for the opening of his one-man art show. More
than 300 guests signed Chazz' patron book. .
Noted were architect Mm Lepidus, admiring
Jacobson's structural lines with such novelties as
il.mpled" aluminum paint. Also there were Col.
ovli6 and hi^ wife, lovely in eyelet white and pink sash, who
oiiv bought two paintings to hang in their Miami home. .
On hand t. were the Doc Gamsos, at whose cocktail party
".he jKobson* -Chan and Ruthcaught up with the Delano's
Lk Goldberg and a renewal of his oceanfront hotel offer for
far Jacobson -show next year. .
Third canvas t'> h* sold- Wends hear, will be going to long-
K businessman Jack Gold. .
Making one of their few public appearances were the Maxi-
jm, Sttutrmanni, recently arrived here from Paris. Max is the
isual artist in water colors, whose opera scenes will soon net
ir own special showing at Miami Beach Art Center. They were
ompanied by son-in-law Jacqwes Afar. .
,>>
Harry Donnanfeld arrived Sunday by plane from around-zero
jew York. Harry'* the producer of the "Superman" series. .
Mr*. Donnenfeld left one day earlier by train, to show up with
i and baggace ;1' ,he Saxony. She expects to stay the entire
liter. Harry will communicate to his Manhattan offices.
>>>>>
Socialite- turned out aplenty for the openijjj; the other night
[Felix Young* I. Aiglon in Surf side. .
Seen sporting a fabulous hat was Muriel *tlrtch Pickone of
r grand collection featuring six Birds of Paradise on small Slack
sums. ..
While Star Island's 'oily end Baron d* Hirsch Meyer were
its at a large table for 24 guests.
>>>>t><
Owners of the eight million dollar Seville hotel Mr. and
i Irving Kipnis were among early arrivals at a benefit dinner-
for Variety Children's hospital last week. .
With them were co-owners Mr. end Mrs. Morris Backer. Both
pi*' were hosts at the Seville to some 800 supporters of the
Rtal...
Sipping cocktails were Pearl end Ted Kipnis with dance chair-
i Mrs. Dannie I Harmen, Col. end Mrs. Jack Arveyhe recently
KrUined Democratic hopeful Adloi Steveneen hereand Mimi
ill, star of Metropolitan Opera. .
Also glimpsed among prominent guests were the Sam Rabins
It's Surfsidc assistant mayor. Busy with details were Mrs. Mur-
Friedman, treasurer of Variety club women's committee, and
Edward Melnicker, who handled reservations.
Milton Kafka is being made a general on the staff of the Gov-
of Kentucky .
Wife Gracie Barrio is telling friends that Milt's old standby.
Chandltr, recently elected governor, has pronounced the
ointment" official.
>>>>>scc<
Here for a month to escape icy Philadelphia are the C. D.
ilmen ami sou Jon and Jay. .
They're visiting with his mother, Mrs. Bella Kugalman, and
er. Mrs. Sue Tohrner, of Rivo Alto Island.
>>>>cc
Real estate attornej Irving Galber arrived last week with wife
ft from their home in Newark, N.J. .
The Golbors will be guests of the Jack Kahns at their Bal
our Terrace residence during their stay here.
Hibiscus Island's Hal Pelten is the recipient of a gift from
I staff that will enable him to do his phoning in comfort. .
Hal can now use his conference-type telephone equipped with
[tucrophone substituta for the usual handset. "At last III be
UOMgn check* while I'm talking," Hal's been proudly explain-
to friends while demonstrating the new gadget.
Sojourning at the Saxony through Jan. 3 is Dave Charnay with
1 We and teenage youngster!. .
[President of Allied Public Relations, Dave has as one of his
Ha^ilclients industrialist Lou Wolfson.
Sandra Ell was uest of hpnor at a pre-nuptual luncheon last
"given b> her fiance's aunt, Mrs. David Pollack, in her Abbott
home. .
Wa, who's the daughter of the Leon Ells, was home from
at Vassar visiting her parents until late this week. .
She was to leave Thursday for Chicago to visit bridegroom-
.". jM| Dalkin, United States Navy, and her future in-laws,
1 **Ht Dalkin*.
w on the Holiday Front: Also home these days is Barbara
! j r "f ,ne L#wi Leobe, of Di Lado Island. Barbara*
r*niard College student. .
J* from the University of Michigan: Nancy Rorhman, daunh
* < Irving Rorhmene; Merit Sabin, son of the Banjamm
""id Barbara Weiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saymour
^V& ral Party honore ,J,n Sh"r,> dr. home of Judith Krensky Gerard. .
ITeWii^!011 ;,re Mr "* ** t^aenaei Martolls, of Biecayne
*" be married shortly to Al Heffmon. Washington. DC.
ms* d,n"*'r party waa the setting for the 25th wedding
J of the Nat Sa*er, 5300 LaGcrc* dr.. at a fete in the
notel last week. .
ar^aSlu *M P'ann*< by the couple's daughter. Mrs. Marvin
ife r.H i!QC ""--tera-inJaw. Mrs. Ralph Keplen, Mr.. Shorman
^ Wd Mr,. Donald Keplen. ,,
awL ,no,her, Mr*. Anne Kaplan, was among the 73
-^d'ng the affair. Ska end Nat have been Miami reai-
fciia rv I,aua*tr Rane attends the University of Hor-
"" Arthur u a student at Beach High.
<.1t7
ovnem s
IVorU
^femth Rrtfrfty,
Friday. December 30. 1955
Section B
Advance planners of the CJA Women's Divi-
sion are shown with chairman Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff (center) at first official meeting held
in her home this week. Standing before or-
ganization chart outlining some 30 social
events in 1956 are Mrs. Herman Jacobs, Mrs.
Sol Silverman, Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs.
Simonhoff, Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, Mrs. Morris
J. Goldin and Mrs. Moe Feingold.
30 Brilliant Social Events Planned Locally
The Women's Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal this week announced plans to hold more
than 30 brilliant social and campaign events in an
all-out effort to help the local fund drive achieve
Us record-breaking 1956 goal.
Meeting at the home of Women's Division chair,
man Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff Tuesday afternoon,
more than 150 key leaders of the campaign cabinet
heard'.Mrs. Simonhoff explain the new fund drive
structure to be adopted in the next two months.
Definite dates have been set for the major fund
raising events.
"Increased giving by the women of Dade county
could !> the kej to a successful campaign,'' said
Mr- Simonhoff.
"It will not he cnoueh for contributors to give
more in addition, we arc hoping that every woman
in Dade county will join in our historic crusade to
save Israel and thousands who seek haven there,
and also to strengthen the Jewish life of our com-
munitv
The important Patron's Tea will be held on Jan.
16. attended by patrons from all parts of Greater
Miami.
A -pecial Miami Beach event, the Sponsor's Tea
haa Ix-en scheduled for Feb. 14. On this same date
a similar Sponsor's affair will be held for women
of the Coral Gables and Miami area.
Biggest event of all will be the annual "Luncheon
Unlimited" on Feb. 29 at the new Seville hotel. In
previous years, several thousand persons have at-
tended "Luncheon Unlimited" in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
A "security team" will be in charge of the patron's
event on Jan. 16, and a "hope team" will direct the
Sponsor's event on Feb. 14 at the Beach.
A "heart team" will shortly be named to organ-
ize the Sponsor's event in Miami and a "life team"
will direct the huge "Luncheon Unlimited" program
on Feb. 29.
A series of parlor meetings will speed up organ-
ization plans. Mrs. Simonhoff explained, and will
enable the campaign to proceed at a much faster
pace.
"This speed and urgency is demanded because of
the grave crisis in Israel and the importance of doing
our job quickly and well." said Mrs. Simonhoff.
The Women's Division last year exceeded their
quota for the campaign repeating an achievement
of the previous year's CJA drive.
Appointments of team commanders and chair-
men of the traditional social events will be announc-
ed shortly.
Accessories Viewed
.amora
Ladi
es
i tk. lwish National Home for Asth-
Nurse Nikki Cad.gan. of the |M*ftj* H-yeai-old
matic Children at Denver lends a helping ^ ^
Howard Kaplan. 2911 SW 26th at., son > q{ {he
ael Kaplan, in ^^^^JS^ a. the National
13 children from this state ^9 r of JNHAC held a
?agmr3ayLSi:odSSSl for the Home, nationwrfe non-
sectarian program.
Highlight Trends
In Fashion Show
Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish
Center held their annual member-
ship affair Wednesday night at the
Center.
Mrs. Meyer Matloff was chair-
man, and her committee consists
of the Mesdames Ann Cutler, Rose
Calton. Ruby Shear and Sally
Diamond.
Program was under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Bernard Miller. Her
committeee consists of Mrs. Irving
Platoff and Mrs. Bernard Snetiker.
A surprise program was fea-
tured, followed by a "Trends in
Fashion" show. The clothes were
donated by the Bea Smart Shop,
Coral Gables.
Accessories were furnished by
Marion Millinery, in Coral Gables.
Models included the Mesdames
Norman Angel, Abraham J. Maloff,
Samuel H. Miller, Philip Catsman.
David Kivel, Wm. Locke, Irving
Dean, Chip Diamond, Edward
Fabricand and Ben Kleinberg.

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+Je*isti ncrkiian
Friday, D
^mber 30
COFFEE CAKE WITH STEAMING BREW
>CCI
id I
To
Acorn Squash Can be Made in Many
Attractive Ways Try This Favorite
By leah Leonard | cooked beef, lamb, veal or poultry
_. .seasoned to taste and mixed with
The other da) > woman v|.,pped]a |||(|,. -,
to ask what I did with aeorn
la h "besides using them for
in."
Cm I use acorn squash in some
.'. latable way?"
Indeed you can. ladies, if the
>ame question is worrying you.
The green acorn squash, cut into
half from tip to stem end, make
most attractive "cup,s" for vege-
Here are a few ways to prepare
acorn squash
Steam halves o| aeorn squash
(discarding seeds and pulp) b]
placing them in a Ughtb covered
pol and adding 2 inches depth of
COld water and a little salt Cook
over low heat, allowing 15 to 20
minutes per pound of squash. Or.
if you own a pressure cooker.
es like peas, green beans, car jsteam in that most efficient t\pe
ts or diced beets. Or for any of cooking vessel the number of
combination of two vegetables. Or, Iminutes suggested for your type
for diced or chopped leftover of cooker. This method conserve
THOSE OLD CALORIE ENEMIES
Battie-of-Bulge' Won Easily Enough
When Sugarine's in Your Dessert
With the holidays upon us, here |j teaspoons Sugarine
.in item oi interest for diabetics > teaspoon salt
those people trying to keep
I in the "battle :.v
it's easj tci over eal when such
. i dance oi taste ten
p i d b< i re i if- onl)
human But when we do eat too
1 no matter bus ,i< li< ,, it
is.
ics and Ihn wh
- singer
l teaspo m cinnamon
teaspoon nutn
:i slight eatei i
l' i cups milks
' i lain pastrj
1 6 I ited
milk
r 'avorltes
iall the nutrients in this vitamin-
parked vegetable.
Fill the cooked halves just be-
for* serviag time and slip under
the broiler to lightly brown on
top Any filling >ou desire makes
ill a party dish Allow half an aver-
age iin aquaah per serving
01 course the cold weathei
brings out calls for coffee cake.
especialb from the young fry.
Makes a lasts morsel with after-J
noon tea or coffee, too. So. get
out the mixing bowl, ladies and
try the following hasty tasty
Straustal Coffee Coke
l'j cups all purpose flour
'_ teaspoon salt
j cup sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
3 tablespoons butter or
margarine
' cup milk
1 egg. beaten
I teaspoon vanilla flavoring
Sift together flour, salt, sugar
and baking powder into a mixing
bowl Cut in the butter or mar-
garine with a wire pastrj- blender
or two knives till particles the tf/ik
of peas are formed. Stir in the
milk and beaten egg then add the
flavoring, mixing and stirring to
form a stiff hatter Turn into a
well greased 9 inch square baking
pan and top with the follow tag
mixture:
3 tablespoons sifted flour
.'t tablespoons sugar
11 teaspoon cinnamon
1 stick butter or margarine
Blend these inert du nts with a
fork till it forms little lumps vvlueli
should be sprinkled over the batter
ADl Chairman Speaks ft North Dade PTA
Mrs Charles Hineser, Anti Defa- tion Mrs u
m.ition League chairman of a lo-
cal chapter of B'nai B'rith, was
the featured speaker at the meet-
ing of the North Dade Jewish
(enter PTA Monday. Dec. 26.
The business meeting was
in charge of Mrs. rlareld Shop
maker, president of the organiza
MtsbS Summer5
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evening. "no{|
Treat yourself to delicious
coffee., .and sleep, too!
Compare
the flavor
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toffee, blended and rootled
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hoUdJ ""Ik. blend! In the cake pan. Bake 13 minutes
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the special dessert.' P to 9 inch
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sugar .ntake need nol worn "" '' minutes, or until
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unpkin pie, made without sugai the holiday Just use it te-
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New Year Means
A New Setting
With the New year, then
be a new setting for the regular
weeki] Menorah games of the
North Shore chapter of I'.'nai B'rith
w omen.
Beginning with the first Wednes
daj ot thfl New Year, and continu
ing every Wednesday afternoon at
1 p m. thereafter, the games will
be held at the Allison hotel.
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member 30. 1955
f^SfrtferibfeM
f
ter Installs
^$". Folk Matron
\v
Talk was in-
Ruth
norths i
l75 order of the Eastern
J^worthv ni.tmn.of Emunah
*tpr 175. J at Scottish Rite Temple Dec.
.iijng officers were Mrs.
KSam. Mr- Marion Neeb.
Well' R '-"" Mrs Mary
CuunHii M- Vera "j
frit. Mr- x|l"'r and Mr
I Dicksi
f Wber ofl rated were
5 I,,, in. worthy pa^
%rv Hi f'ohn, associate
' *. ju|, hi ii-MK-iate
I (, ';.. j,,.. .. Oritt, sentinel;
fc liftilie i retary; nd
I Dicklei treasurer.
ftopflT.te.l were Mrs
,nr Bfr. Mrs Naomi
dr.jn. Mi- I '"1 Oritt. Mrs.
,v ReiMi Shirley Friend,
/jitrel H '(l Mrs Anne
^ Mr d Slepian will
its Char
C ^/lc
omefront
Wom!nAAuxiN Slates Affair
i- dan
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Auxiharv


'an 3,
lioinc for ,
--------------"f
the
Mrs. Ruth W. Folk
Mrs. Esther lermaa
ljudath Israel Will
stall Mrs. Lerman
H&, Esther nan will again
' JMallt lent of Sister-
* *f Agui hrael Hebrew
Otute at a icon on Tuesday
Phn 3 I-ontaineWeau
** Fleur le l.is room. Mrs:
Whj Ber- i < hairman of the
z *
[Other* to he in-tailed are the
dame- Celi; S henker, honora-
ble pre-:!. Dorothy Burf,
Mh Berber I clyn Levine and
Groudan vice president*;
IRosrr isurer; Liesel
"jn. financial secretary; Lil.
BUser. ,,, rling secretary;
nek, i invspoding aee-
> Mesdames Tibby RatnoU.
1 cretar>: Hannah Berger,
u director; Blanche Lynn,
*"y director. I.iesel Gutmann.
"""ion Cert rude Klein-
* swiy Lap.,i Hessie Levine.
Fearlman Ida Rosenberg.
Linker c;Uv,ie Schwartz.
i. rranr.-- uiian, Cecelia
S^ah Libert. Minnie
and Leah Fine, board of
Hi.rv
*' *'" feature music ai.J
nment, a-uc.|| a fashion
ebon Mrs. Burg will
Women's Branch
Elects Mrs. April
Mrs. Simon April wag this week
installed president en's Branch <>f the I nion ol ortho-
!dox Jewish i us' ol
America.
Vice presidents are the Mes
dames Meyer Katz, Esther Lerman.
Kdward Schlus>ler. Philip Bendel.
Louis Makovsky and Frances II
lian.
Recording secretary i- Mrs. Mil-
ton Ilurwitz; correspoding secreta-
ry. Mrs. Jacob Katz; treasurer.
Mrs. Max Rappaport
Advisory council are Mrs Shmar
yahu T. Swirsky, Mrs. Jonah Cap
Ian, Mrs. Tibor H. Stern. Mr-
Joseph Rackov.sky and Mrs. Isaac
Ever.
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THE FAMOUS 24-YEAR
HEBREW-ENGLISH
CALENDAR!
ITS FREE FOR OUR
REAPERS!
All dates up to Rosh Hosh-
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Proceeds Slated
For Hospital
Miami chapter ol the National
Children's Cai
i -linn,-,- dai
Chdip Bendel and Mrs
Wolfe dinner d nci
nounced thai the
at 7 p.m.
eeds went I the I
National Childi
tl. founded in Miami in I I
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Page 3
Ladies Luncheon Due
On Jan. 3, Saturday noon, the
Deborah Tuberculosis Society will
hold a luncheon meeting at the
Algiers hotel.
Mrs. lUA-raoird RM,jn l% b$tess
for the luncheon. Mrs. Louis Levy
i- president.
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It's the woman's touch a la the Girl Scouts for the doctors'
looms at Mount Sinai hospital. Girl Scouts from Troop 331
at Nautilus Junior Hiqh school in Miami Beach are decorating
ihe hospital's house staff quarter" under the direction of Mrs.
Lester Stepner (far right) as troop leader. Helping with the
troop's community project are Mrs. Ted Kipnis, assistant lead-
er (far left), and Mrs. Louis Glasser 'center'. president of Mount
Sinai Women's Auxiliary.
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY ASSISTS
Girl Scouts Decorate Hospital Facilities
Mount S
i ir b) th<
tUus Jm Beach
Mrs Lester Stepi and
Kipnis isUnt leader, Ihe you Making cur.
on the wall
in the hospital
rful
man <( the house committee of the
- Vuxiliary, noted thai the material! for the cur
being furnished by the Women'i Auxiliary
I Mrs Louis Glasser.
L'iri scout are thrilled i" he putting their achool work in
leh practical use bj livening the houM rtefl
Mr Stepner taid Tht\ also welotnne the chance to make their
tribution to the servicea >.i Mount Sinai hospital"
Film to be Featured
At Ladies Gathering
Nounj; At Heart uroup of Temple
,Beth Sholom will hold its next
I open meetinK on Tuesday noon,
Jan 10. in the Temple patio, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs George Cohen, chairman.
The group will he hosts to senior
citizens of (oral Gables Jewish
Center Mrs Irving B. Kaplan.
president of Beth Sholom Sister-
hood, will present a film on the
"House of Living Judaism" as the
I leature of the meeting.
Roosevelt Sisters
Pick Mrs. Sanders
Mrs. Nat Sanders will be install
,ed most excellent chief of Roose-
velt Temple 33. Pythian Sisters,
in an open installation Wednesday
evening, Jan. 4. at Dora August
Hall
Her pn r Mrs Rita An-
,dole. will become sitting past chief,
and Mr> Lewis Pomerantz will be
installing officer. ,
Others to he installed include
Mrs Arthur Robinson, excellent
senior. Mr- Ben Donnerstein. ea
(client junior: Mrs Murray Fried
jberg. manager; Mn Macau Bach.
-ccretary. Mr-. Sam Schnyrhnl.
treasurer; Mrs Bernard Micheiaon,
protector; Mn Abe Krantt, guard:
Mr- rtarold Robin, pianist
HOl OBpteted LhrM year
''rm -urer and
pianet resix-itivelv Mrs Harry
Baron, Mrs Irving Glaunan and
Mrs. Alvin Stern wdl be presented
with past ehief- pins
Pioneer Women In
Mrs Joseph MinUes. honorary i
president of Pioneer Women, Ciui>
II. who each year sponsors a fund
raising project for the chlb in
memory of her mother, presented '
concert Monday evening at Knes '
f*tfc Israel Auditorium. Pioneer
Women's child rescue project will
benefit
Artists performing included Ida !
Goldstein, well-known actress of [
the Yiddish stage, who presented
character sketches; Mr. and Mrs
David Woolf. who sang duets; and
Mrs. Minnie Kaplan, well-known
singer of folk music.
Nathan Book span, active in the
Laior Zionist movement for many
years, was guest speaker
Chairman of the evening was
Mrs. Abraham Shedroff. according
to club president Mrs. Ida Jacobs
Local Fetes
man of the affair Mrs |_ ,
club
President of the"
Mt. Sinai St<
Elected Pre<
Pioneer Women Club I will hold
a New Year's eve dinner dance at
the Royal Hungarian restaurant.
731 Washington ave.. Saturday.
Dec. 31, at 9 p.m., with proceeds
going to their child rescue fund. .
Mrs. Celia Beckerman is chair-
Mary Wernrr macist of Mount Eh*"'
bee" elected wlakMSS
- *ate H.^^2
according to Samuel Si
ecut.ve director T^gg
Miss Warnershaeh. wh*>
M pre.s.dent t ,he ^
tion Will be for one veaT-,:
elected this fall as JJ'1
of the American Pharaiie
Association of Southeast f5
A member of the Mount
staff since January 1950
Wernersbaeh hu headed tail
pital 1 pharmaci during that 1
She discu.....1 ,he sub
handling narcotics at this
annual meeting of the f
State Hospital Pharmacists,
was recently held at St
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Iron Curtain, Says Women's Leader, is a Stark Reality
I;;;- t..M-.-,.,i pmk ,I)(I
M. MO.SE S. CAHN
Mi** National Council of
* j,wi*h Woman
r{Z shocked when I found my.
Lm actually confronting the iron
ftPSrtain" the barbed w.re
(Mr, Cahn was one of four
-1 in a troup of 60 Amer-
Tin October as Kuests of-the
ade for Freedom.)
ling the border of Czcchoslo-
j. with the West; the watch
with the Communist MM-
I was taken aback by the
nine from my hoststhe rep-
-ntativo of the Crusade for
-dom-that one step across the
andarv by a Westerner still
a pot 'hot. -r arrest.
If e were out-idc of Munich, (irr
,v hiving 1"' n in Munich sev-
fdav- I'd had a pleasant trip
js "with the other guests of
Crusade, on the comfortable
rtered plane Wo had visited
[headquarter- of the great ra-
jandpn .m- supported
r the Crusade We bad seen ex-
d) leader- < il Eastern Kuropean
niitrie- broadcast to their peo-
i;.,(|i Free Kurope; had
rted the headquarter! of Free
jopeFre-v had even floated bai-
ts carrying pamphlet! to East-
i Europe.
|Bat ail of thi- v.., <-ivilized. a
Ithough unusual of the
world What a forbid-
Pag chance wa the mrM of that
;r Then w re no Czechoslo-
civilians in view across the
d tire In i Oddly, I won.
if the invisible people be-
the wire were lonely, being
off from us, and suddenly I
lonely, bemu cut off from
n. People -bould not be iso-
from each other this way.
_ in feeling- cut u> off from
linother mm. than enough al-
ly irithoul I arbed wire added.
I But there n wa the wire, the
tth towers, the soldiers. One
i not but Ik' conscioui that the
tof quarantine -iretches up and
l the middle of Kurope, jagged
Ike Signature Shop
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KiaaiiW Ploio, C*CMt Oreve
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for... THE KIDNEYS
if you art bataarad
with your kidaey* aad
"'* *> due la riiatui
kidney fwnctiaa com*-
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J. Neutraliie excess
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3. Discharge wastes.
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BJ* Vil|,y Wattr Ct.
HEA^.MI'""NO
^ltm^spa'
I
Airs. Mot'se S. Cahn
anefdangerous as broken glass; and
on either side, people: aware of
each other, unable to meet, afraid
of the soldiers at their back-
This horder. this eolation: this
is the western face of communism.
I thought of the recent warning of
the head of Russia^ Communist
party. Nikita* Khruschev: "Those
who wait ft* 1he Soviet Union to
abandon communism, wait until a
shrimp learn* to whistle." The
homey old peasant saying mixes
incongruously with barbed wire
I had an opportunity to try to
talks to the unknown people at row
the border the next day. Back at
Radio Free Europe studio- inein
hers of our group recorded mes-
sages of hope which were trans-
lated info live languages and
broadcast to countries of Eastern
Europe.
RKE has a monitoring service
which listens in to the broadcasts
of communist countries It wasn't
long before "Monitor" brought us
the news that Moscow Radio had
answered our broadcast. I borrow-
ed "Monitor's" translation Mos-
cow had said: "How the encnuc-
of freedom like to hide themselves
behind false signboards, with the
special purpose of organizing new
subversive activities against the
peoples' democratic states! (Im-
agine! The broadcast was speaking
of us!) It went on. in that nag-
ging manner, to attack us because
". The members of the delega-
tion themselves launched balloons
with ... the dirty provocative
leaflets, studded with lies and
slander and hatred against the
workers in the countries of peo-
ples' democracy." It ended with
a complaint that our "provoca-
tions"were "carried out on the eve
of the forthcoming Geneva Con
ferencc ... at that moment when
peoples unanimously wish success
to this conference and are over-
flowing with resolve still more to
strengthen the spirit of Geneva."
(This was the very conference tor-
pedoed in November by Russian
Foreign Minister Molotov!)
The reason for the Russian an-
nouncer's excitement, evidently, is
that the RFE broadcasts really
hurt. They send "home news"
which has been suppressed by the
communist governments, and en
tertainment. and cultural and reli-
total and how-to-do-it program- of
IV Poll h
lUnjsi ran*
H Ue'TnWVt "l '-'many
* "i Munich I went to visit
"'" **** displaced ,,
Jfipsin .... (,,n,rv p,JS
going forw.ni for the do.
Foehrenwald. but first the loon
,M,!"T 'I1' "e camp ,, M1p.
Ported by the (,,rm;in ,(;(/W.ri'i
t, with additional subsidies
;"" 7VI- Provided by the joint
Distribution Committee
Deborah l.ev> lant to K,
social work director at Foehren.
,wald, showed me around. Debor-
ah wa-one of the fir-t of Council's
oversea- scholarship student- she
studied at McGill University So-
cial Wort School in Montreal, and
ha- been engaged in important and
sometimes dramatic work ever
-nice -he returned to Europe.
Deborah introduced me to a
young man of 28 who prob
lem lor the auth irities tryini I
^arrange the camp- closing, The
}*pung man dot -n't want to li
Foehrenwald. lie has lived in
camp- since his parents were ex-
terminated : r in
hi- earl) childhood. Deborah ex-
plained thai i i- his
substitute for mother and father,
and he i- afraid to trj his
It recent!) that
many was a Nazi lab
thi uploration ol human beings'
n re h irrible capabilities. I -till
feel an instinctive trepidation at
actually being on German soil; I
doubt that the Jewish generations
which lived through the war will
ever overcome this feelini
the frightened "child'
AJCongress Chapter Presents
Play at Local Meeting
"The Light-Bringers," by Morn
mer J. Cohen, was presented in
I commemoration of chanuka at a
meeting ol the Miami chapter of
the American Jewish I ongress on
Wednesday al Koubek Center
Tlic |.I;i\ was directed by Mr-.
iLoui- Haffner, program chairman,
ami members participating were
the Me-d.imc- Benjamin Kamen,
Edward Goldstein, Harold Prince,
Aiir.d Rubenstein, Russell Winer,
Hortj Fay, Joseph Weisman, Ann
Heidenrkb, Louis Haffner and
At t Malerski.
Background music was played
by Mr- M N Katner
'2d \n ?/,,,a>s,ha>'-cady 28 years
,-d \nd another totalitarian force
rules behind that barbed wire
1,,K'"' :'"" Presse- cea-ele-
Jjato^ the WestTlookinrfo? wlyl
'" 'ncrease its holdings, it was
;-'7 learn that five k
PaUents at the Foehrenwald ho-
Pjtal, offered transfer to a hos-
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JO. II
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Wine at Rites Made
35 Years Ago by
Her Grandmother
The Fontainebleau hotel on
Sunday. Dee. 18, was the scene of
marriage between Bessie Lou
Rosenblatt, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Rosenblatt, 405 North
Shore dr.. formerly of New York
City, and Myron Bernard Susman.
son of Mrs. Anna B. Susman. 6376
SW 14th st. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. of Temple Emanu-Kl, offici-
ated at the 6 p.m. double ring can-
dlelight ceremony, assisted by Can-
tor Phillip Brummer.
Best man was Sanford Susman.
brother of the groom. Ushen
were Aaron Rosenblatt, brother of
the bride. Jack Harris, Abraham
Eisenman and Michael Rosenblatt.
Maid of honor was Faye Brodsky.
with Morrie Eisenman, nephew of
the groom, acting as ring bearer.
The sacramental wine used for
the religious ceremony was made
by the bride's maternal grandfath-
er 35 years ago.
The bride selected a gown of im-
ported chantilly lace over tradi-
tional bridal satin with Elizabethan
collar, fitted bodice embroidered
with pearls, long sleeves tO-wrist-
point and very bouffant skirt. Her
four-tiered French illusion rail
was attached to a lace Khzabethan
cap studded with pearls.
She carried phaeh-nnp-.i-i and
Mephanotis on a Bible, gift from
Mrs. Max Solomon, friend of the
family.
For something borrowed, the
bride wore the same wedding band
her mother used on her wedding
day.
The bride is a graduate of Wil-
liam Howard Taft high school, at
and
Holiday visitors In this city abound Mr mdM
daughter Joan* have arrived from *.i.ii.u7* s*ml
Etbl,
from Westfield M
Mrs. Klblonks parents. Mr. and Mr. m..... J to stay
*91 Li
' Hyd.
was a birthday party given at Angle and Fred's '- Welcom!n
Elblonks parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hsrry B Rod
rd------Mra. Sam Crusliin, frequent winter visitor fr^V891 ^fta
n, frequent winter visitor irm v b7
arrived for a Beach' "St u* Hyde|
iven at Angle and Pted's reWaurS!,0"1'1'1
Jacques Cohens. Or. Harvey Losmen and Fr.d Coh. nt' Wlt
Mr. and Mrs. M J. Snap* 400 Lenox ave are *S'
and daughter. Mr!
Joan from Swarthmore College and son Michael from"
reunion in their home with son-in-law and" da'uphTn^\'.ng a hM
Morton Smith, students at Chapel Hill AlsovuJti *nd
'"ng is dau^hu
New Hampshire m PhilliPs Exeter]
The M. Michael Sermans, of Harrison. N Y
Jr. and Linda are spending the season with Mrs Sc Mich"
David D. Mays, of Bay Harbor Islands Holidav
is their granddaughter. Eileen Radan, at t
Eileen's folk's are Dr. ami Mrs. Milton R.o.n Glas/rJ**
MOftf ABOUT rtAVU dm AN CtUISfS
Madoffs
home .
ort.pj
at ilium*
Mrs. Myron Sutmmm
tended Adelphi College in Long
Island and will receive her degree
at the I'niversity of Miami in June.
The groom attended Ohio State
I'niversity. Notre Dame University
and was recalled to service during
195354
A wedding reception was held in
the Boom Boom room of the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. The couple are
spending their honeymoon in Nas-
sau and will then motor up to Bir-
mingham They will make their
home at 1940 Marseilles dr.. Nor-
mandy Isle.
Katzman, Kratish Exc
In a candlelight ceremony in I
the Scheherezade room of the Al-!
giers hotel. Wsj Elite Katzman be-.
came the bride of Jack Kratish on '
Saturday. Dec. 17. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Jack Katzman. 3122
I'inetree dr. The groom's parents
are Mr and Mrs. Eugene Kratish.
2931 Prairie ave.
The bride wore a white gown of
peau-de-soi and imported lace and
pear] droplets with a long train.
She carried a white Bible covered
with white orchids and streamer
of lilies-of-the-valley.
change Vows
Maids of honor were the bride's
and groom's sisters. Misses Sheila
Katzman and Carol Kratish. Brides-
maids were Misses Roslyn Grippo.
Linda Grussmark. Lois Kulman.
Rita Teitel and Judy Young. They
wore powder blue, ballerina-length
gOWBl of net with long torso.
Best man was Jerry Teitelbaum.
Islx-rs were Martin Chapman. Paul
Giordano, Leonard Grand, Aaron
Schwartz and Jack Solomon.
Hilary Kulman served as flower
girl.
After the ceremony the guests
were entertained at a reception
and dinner in the Rubaiyat room.
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Warner-Murray
Mrs. CmkrM Oeafsc*
Waldmans Give
Ann in Marriage;
Notables at Rites
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Waldman
gave their daughter. Ann. in mar-
riage to Gabriel Deutsch. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Deutsch, of
Youngstown. O.. and Long Beach,
NY.
The wedding took place at
Waldmans Crown hotel on Sun-
day, Dec. 18. Two hundred and
fifty guests attended the wedding.
including many notable Miami and
Miami Beach residents.
The bride chose a white gown
of French imported chantilly lace
over nylon tulle and satin. Her
cloche cap and shoulder-length veil
was of matching lace and seed
pearls.
Her pearl white Bible was adorn-
ed with two white orchids and
streamers of baby orchids.
The bride's mother wore a biege
lace cocktail dress. The groom's
mother wore a midnight blue lace
and silk organza cocktail dress.
Both mothers wore orchids cor.
sages.
The bride's attendants were Mrs.
Irwin E. Koppel. matron of honor,
and Miss Leila Waldman, maid of
honor, sisters of the bride.
Miss Ellen Lee Levenson and
Miss Julie Foltyn were Junior
bridesmaids, and Miss Debra Lev-
enson was flower girl. They are
nieces of the bride.
The groom's attendants were Dr.
Harvey Roth, best man, and Bruce
Landesman. junior usher and
nephew of the bride. Thomas San-
del was ringbearer. He is a nephew
of the groom.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Mrs. Pearl Lesser, of Normandy Isle, left this week (or dit-
to visit her brother. Manny OoMhemer, in Inglewood Also!??
list are her sister. Mrs. Betty Yemron. Beverly Hills and
brother. HArry Goldhamar, in Palo Alto They are all nL,
final reunion in Palm Springs ... The Al Rosans spent last weekend.
the sea Accompanied by Miss Rosalia Sholti, thev left their hJ
cus Island home for a Caribbean cruise While Mr. and Mr*. 3
Staarns, of 4595 Jefferson ave.. were aboard the SS Alcoa Cava'ieH
a 16-day Caribbean cruise ... The Stearns itinerary included iZ-
I Dutch Island of Curacao, Trinidad, Puerto Cabello and Guantana
Helen and Gaorpe Chartkof are back in their Coral Gables read.
\ after their weekend tour of Cuba With them were son Barns 1
'J daughter Diane While on the island, they were entertained to
Isaac Habit* Mr. at* Mrs. Lewis Barrrsh have returned to then
home at 923 South 13th ave., Hollywood, after spending the
in Nassau .
ffATtKNITY M>rS Mil 0V
DOWN f*0M CHICAGO
Miriam and Milton Sirkin's North Bay rd. home is crowded 1
days, what with son Dick here for the holidays. Dick also
a host of Pi Lambda Phi houseguests from the University of
Carolina .
Enjoying the Sirkin hospitality are Sandy Fltithman, Fav
N.C: Don Kurtz. Rock Hill. S.C.; Dick Oresman, Providence, Rl;]
Lipman, Newbero. N.C; Elliot Schartx, Charlotte. N.C; Albtrt Waiti
Fayetville; Jerry Cohen, Morgantown, N.C; and Davt Wa
Tampa ....
Vacationing on the Beach but spending a good deal of tine |
these Pi Lambda Phis at the Sirkin home are Dick's fraternity
Steve Trachtenbera, Jacksonville, N.C; Dava Burrows, Long Ksli
Paul Leder, Whiteville, N.C; Martin Rosanrweig, Ixmg Island;
Darryl Chason, Long bland And a merry holiday it must be
Samuel Bergman, president of the Exchange Insurance Co.
go, and wife Mora arrived last weak for a Saxony recess ..
SAM0C1 MIDLANDS IHUHAfH TJKM THIKD
Hattie Friedland will preside as hostess in her North Bay rd.
at a special Pace Setters dinner of the Cimbined Jewish Appeal
Hattia and husband Sam, Food Fair board chairman, are eyeing Ja
as the date of the dinner which will honor Golds Myarsea
Minister of Labor Rumors abound anew about Gild* Dahlbari
now plans to invest in the New York production of -Waiting
Godot." .
Some 200 guests at Phillip Weiss' Royal Hungarian restm
Tuesday honored the arrival of the new son of Rabbi and Mrs. Ah
der Cross The briss welcomed the couple's third child, wh>
brother Shaul Shrapa and sister Orah Miami Beach publicity'
Hank Meyer if adding another feature to his national publicity
paign ... TV program "I've Got a Secret" will originate from the r
come January Hank also has lined up Eddia Fishar, *sa**|
Lewis, Dave Oarreway, Steven Allen, Arlene Francis, Jack P
many others .
Beach Senior high school. Mr. York City.
Deutsch is connected with the Kab- After their honeymoon,'
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.D**
ber 30. 1955
Jewhl>rkri -
I
Mrs. Alichoe/ Tobis
pch Lace Makes
jn> Tobin's Gown
irkleat Kites
1'jleflTinarrifd Mr. and
M. Tobin will spend their
jn in Montego Bay. Jamai-
Portau I'rince. Haiti.
were married at 6:30 p.m.
Mrs. William (aha
William Kahns Will
Reside in Texas
After (Aiba Trip
The wedding ring that Lt.
William Joseph Gahn slipped on
Frances Ann Specter's flager
Sunday had been used for ten mar-
riages in the bride's family.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg per-
yl, ,he Alters ho^Miam. ceremony .n
L.R,bb', n'T, heTote.fct David Synagogue. Mr. and
Reception at the hotel fol-)^ ^ Spector 1022 sw 12th
I the ceremony.
J bride is the former Arlyne
itkett. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ajamin Schockctt. 4315 North
in ave. Miami Beach. Her
to gave her in marriage,
[lax imported from France
lionH the bride"-, tfown. It fea-
I long slee\->. an illusion-yoke
breidered with seed pearls
iridescent- and a stand-up
collar.
bride wore a fingertip veil
white orchids on a white
WTMr-Kaka
**. lock Krmtitk
st., gave their daughter in mar-
riage.
The br.ie wore a gowri of
chantilly lace and tulle over satin.
trimmed with iridescent sequins
and seed pearls and fashioned with
a chapel length train. A jeweled
butterfly cap held her fingertip
illusion veil and s he carried a
heart shaped bouquet of orchids,
carnations and stephanotis.
All the bridal attendants wore
heart shaped necklaces, gifts of
the bride. Mrs. Julius Spector and
Annette Buan were honor attend-
ants.
Joyce Spector and Annette
Levitt, cousins of the bride. Judy
Miller and Marsha Cantor, were
bridesmaids. Flower girl was
Karen Brand.
Louis Spector. bride's uncle, was
best man for the bridegroom. Lt.
Kahn is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernett W. Kahn, Whitestone.
Long bland, NY.
Ushers were Julius Spector, un-
cle of the bride, Joe Lewis and
Matt Enzer, fraternity brothers of
the bridegroom, Morris Spector,
bride's brother, and Morton Zigel-
sky.
Steve Spector, cousin of the
bride, was ring bearer. His mother,
Mrs. Elmer Spector. was soloist,
accompanied by Larry Blue.
The bride's grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. S. J. Spector. held the re-
ception in their borne, 1824 Brick
ell ave.
Alter a wedding trip to Cuba,
the couple will live in San Anto-
nio. Tex., where the bridegroom is
stationed at Lackland Air Force
Base.
' double ring candlelight
cm"nnv on Sundiy, ,, ,8. at
the Homestead Jewish Center Ren-
,me Mane Marks, daughter 01 Mr
lami Mr. Barman Marks, 72 .\\v
1st st Homestead, became the
br.de of Jack gab, m of Mr an(,
Mrs. Samuel Salz. 250 Michigan
ave.. M.am. Beach Rabbi Alfred
|\yxmann. T''mpl z"'. Perform.
eo tne ceremony.
I Best man WU Merman Kellman
| Maul fit honor was Barbara Kay
Marks lister of the bride.
Uther were Bill Losner, Ernest
Bert he. Avi Kachmff and Allen
I.eff.
The bride selected i wedding
gown ol Imported chantilly lace
long tight bodice and fitted sleeves
with point at -wrist and scalloped
neckline edged with seed pearls
on illusion How. of iridescent k-
qtllni were on front of the bodice
and full bouffant nylon tulle skirt.
Rows of lace and sequins formed
a panel in front, ending in a -weep
train.
The bride is a graduate of Home-
stead high school and attended the
University of Honda. She is a
member of Alpha Bpsilon Phi mr.
ority. She will receive her degree
in education at the l.'nivcrsny of
Miami in February, 1956.
Mr. Salz received his Masters
degree in electrical engineering at
the University of Florida.
Reception and dinner followed
at the Homestead Jewish Center.
After their honeymoon, the couple
will be living in Gainesville.
Pago 7B
Zimmerman Becomes ^0.
smdra zl; ultz ln Miami Beach Ceremony
monies Sunday evening. Dec Is,
n the Grand ballroom of the Fon'
l-ebleau. H-bbi ^ Uhrman
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs David Zimmerman. 7770
Hawthorne ave.. Miami Beach The
groom's parents are the Joseph
Schultzes, of Shreveport, La.
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, the br.de chose an imported
chantilly lace gown with ci
bodice on a voluminous skin i
oi yard, ol gossamer tulle. The
cap-shaped headpiece was embroi-
ith lace and pearls and
was created by La Heine. A four-
tiered veil put the finishing touch
10 the tiara.
The bride carried a family Bible
on which were placed three white
orchids, with a cascade of lihes-
of-the-valley,
Maid of honor was fcfjsi Caryl
Siegel. of New York, a student at
the University of Miami. Brides,
maids included cousin of the
groom Mist Marilyn Beychok, of
Shreveport; Miss Deanna Silber-
stem. another UM student: and
Mia Paula Simon, Miami Beach.
Junior bridesmaid for her sister
was Miss Diane Zimmerman.
Best man for his son was Mr.
Schultz. Ushers included Mac Ten-
inbaum, of the UM; Robert Bahcal
and Louis
SK lfnjyers"y; Sa,m ^chok-!jan"31.\WVwTirVbert'nome*%in
uncle of the groom from Shreve- c-u L .u
nor, an,t Phll.n ,h tlvZ n" ,w Shreveport. where the couple plan
Werner-Kahu
Mrs. Richard /M. Schultz
at the UM. His fraternity is Zeta
Beta Tau.
Following a honeymoon tour of
Montego Bay. Port-au-Prince and
iCiadad Trujillo. they will return
I to Sandpiper Villas until the end
V\e,nstein. Louisiana |of ,he UM semester here> Af,ep
port; and Philip and Harry Breiter.
the bride's uncles of Miami Beach.
Junior ushers were Danny and
I Myron Tuman. New Orleans cou-
isins of the groom.
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to continue their studies.
Among out-of-town guests at the
wedding were Mrs. Philip Rubin,
Mrs. Paula Tuman. Mrs. Lucian
Zilberman and Sam Rosen and
Sandra has been a resident of daughtcri Martha, al, of New 0r-
Miami Beach for 14 years. She at-',eans. Mr and Mrs s siegel Mr.
tended Miami Beach high school
and i- a I'M sophomore. Her hus
and Mrs. Sid Singer. Mr. and Mrs.
H. Kallman and Mr. and Mrs. Bud.
band graduated from Shreveport j dy Me|ton_ an of Houston, Tex.:
hmh schools, attended 1 in Ba- Dr. and Mrs. Yale Fodiman and
ton Rouge and has also studied
Admitted to Practice Before
Highest Court in Land
Marvin L. Ames, local attorney.
Wednesday received from the Su-
preme Court of the United States a
certificate admitting him to prac-
tice before the court.
Ames, a commander in the Naval
Reserve, was sworn in before the
Supreme Court on Oct. 3. while in
Washington. D.C., on a trip spon-
sored by the Naval Reserve.
On the same date, he was admit-
ted to practice before the United
States Court of Military Appeals
at the capitol.
Barney Goodman. Stamford, Conn.;
Mr. and Mrs. I. Neustadt and Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Brooks, Shreve-
port; and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Richter and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Kass. Long Island. N Y.
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f98B | *Jeisl Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worsha
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening sen u
8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronen will of-
ficiate and discuss: "What Has
Ended With the End ol the Year?'"
Saturday morning services are at
10:45 Barney, son William H. Kogan, and Sheila,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Mandell. will become Bar and Has
Mitzvah respectively. Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer renders the mu.sic..l
portions of the liturgy.
V I
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will preach at the 8:15 p.m. sen ice
on the topic: 'Something Old-
Something New" Saturda> morn-
ing services are at 8:15. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy, assist
ed by the choir under the direction
of Eli Samuels.

MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE. Ki.-elman will bless the candles
GATION will hold Friday evening Saturdaj morning services are at
services at 8:15. Rabbi Isaac Larer 0:48 Neil son of Mr and Mrs.
will officiate and discuss: "Resolu Joseph Olchin. will become Bar
tions snd Resoiutes.' Ones Shab Mitzvah
bat follow.- Saturdaji morning
services are at 9 Rabbi Lerer-will BETH ,SRAEL congrega-
'" "",; Da") TlON .ii hold Friday evening
servicesareat8a.nl and 4:46 p >.. ,.,,,.. .,, 5:ao ;ini, H -M pm
wnDTu nAne ------------ -_., Saturday morning SefViCI BN at
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN- ,, ,.,,,, ,, ,.^ ,((|Mm;m ,
TER hold Friday evj | ilh(.r, A(U|(i...
..t 8.15 Rabbi Henrj EUUott. son oi Mr and Mrs Irving
> eai < ant r Maurice Neu ren-
the mu ical portii i the ----------------
liturgy, with Lucille M i ire direi
' cl Ir Saturday morning
-< rvices I Ira k d ol Mr
and Mrs. Mich tel Corli
com. Mitzvah
tekbi Iton Kroniih
. "What Has EimU?"
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
Teveth 15 5:23 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will,
hold Fridaj evening lervict
8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
' .uid preach on the topic
'The \cu Year ii- Uistorj us will become Bar Mitzvah Class in
tomi ami Superstitions I antor :' ''' |s "1 4 pm Mincha Will be;
Jacob Bornstein render-the music- -l! s p m followed bj Shalos Setf
ortions <>l the liturgj d a Dallj services are at 7:30 a.m.
I 525 p m
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER vmiI
hold Fridaj evening services at temple Sinai of Hollywood
8 lj Rabbi B Leon tfurwitz will *"ill hold Friday evening servi
preach on the topic Sources ol '' "30 Rabbi Shapiro will preach v am** c___ ru* u .
Strength." Mr. and Mrs Philip on "Transforminc Years into Life." JnTMr M ^ W n ^
will be boats al the Oneg Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun renders!?"., ^JKS JP21?.1?
Shabbat in honor of the first anni the musical portions of the liturgy 5*12 ,he 0n* *Mt in honor
BtsmanHall Saturday The Mesdames Paula Barskin. Best 2,JSr a!^ *J b5comes Bar
morning services are at 8.3u Ser Fishman, Dora Green. Mary Feld-iM,UVah dunn* Sal"rday n,rnin
moa will Ik. based -n the Weekly an, Ubbie Tannen and Mollk SET J' n J a 1^ Sam-Ue
Portion ( ant.,r Rii GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD
AOUOATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE-525 7Sth t. Orthodox.
Knl.lii l*ic
BETH ISRAEL CONOREQATION ralrla ave. Orthodox. Rabfel 11
I* Ttottni.iii
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER-*:* 7Ma at. fitnaarvatlv*. ItabM
^^^Hrv^r AM-nmowlli Pun tor *M .ml Klein
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4141 Cbaaa ave. Liberal. lubbl L*n Kronlsh.
CtUitor Samuel Ki-lnn.r.
TEMPLE EMANUEL- -ITui Washington ave. Conacrvatlv*. Rabbi Irvine
L.uriiian Cantor PklUp llrummar.
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
BETH JACOB CONOREQATION3(>1 -SI 1 Washington ave. Orthodox.
K.ii'i'i tiim'i Btara Cantor Maurice Mimrhn,
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION Mf Ku. lid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jo-
aaph K Rai'knvi-kv
HEBREW ACADEMY-SIS 6th at Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Orosa.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Ji nah 1' into* Aiiiaham Self.
TORAH TEMPLE IBM West ave. American Judaism. Rabbla Abraham
BBd LOU
CORAL GABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER- 310 I'aU-rmo ave. Liberal. Rabbi
Mori I* BkOB i.intor Irving BtobllM
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER44 Zanmra ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
LaXMI HUTWltS. Cantor Rudolph Hull.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-135 XW 3rd ave. Orthodox.' Rabbi
Ail-- Backer.
HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD17.'5 Monroe at.. Hollywood.
Conservative. Itabbl Samuel I.-
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD -MM 1-olk it, Hollywood. Conaerva-
Rabbl DavM Hhaalro Cantor Yehudah Hdlbraun.
TEMPLE EMANUEL OF FT. LAUDERDALE 1S0I South Andrews ave..
I'l 1... i.l.i .In!.- Iti-foiiu. Itnlilil Mai lug Ranson.
H.ALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-951 Kant 4th ave. Con-
\ itlva.
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE ISRAEL U1 NK 1'th it. It. form. Rahbl Joaopll \arot. Rabbi
Ja i i iiaiibi Knu-ritus. Cantor Jacob Borsistaln.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER S5O0 Noitli Miami ave.
Rabbi Abraham Herson. Cantor Allnit ia.mii.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION IBM] NW 17th ave
FLAGLERGRANAOA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 50 NW 51st pi.
ii-.. i \. tiv.- Rabbi Lao 11 In.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER ISI W( I DUs l,v. Conservatlv.
Rabbi ll.niy tikollra. Cantor Mnu.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION-164th BL and NK 11th ave.
Conaervatlv*. Rabbi Isaac Larar.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE-2625 BW 3rd ave.

I
aim q -in
in i dis
ihc Jewish noridlsii in
Rahhi wi, ..."'-"''Rbts
8:30. with cantor
rendering the nni.cafc
In ,hlT SCrm0n *'fS
on the Weekly |-rIlon J*
Ti;- ^5 Pmhe
Shalos Seudo> and Maariv

HIALEAH. MIAMI spii.
JiWISH CENTER ,,11^5^
eveninR services at 815 Rahh
Rakovsky will oHictate.' 2
ter Chenanie chanting the l,t
Onej? Shabbat follows.
v
rvative. Rabbi
dox. Rabbi
Rabbi Morton
Con
Taako\ Roawabara. cantor William \v Mpatist
BETH EL CONGREGATION .".00 BW 17th ave.
BhmaryahD T Bwlrakjr. Cantor Loula Oartcnhaus.
ISRAELITE CENTER- 31SS SW 24th trr. Conservative.
Malav*.ky. <'antor Samuel Salkow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION -1101 8W 12th ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Simon April Cantoi Rerele Kelemer.
W E 8 T MIAMI
temple ZiON BW lTtb at Coiifatlva. Itaii.i aih. .1 \\\,xman.
I
fortion. Cantor Rudolph Brii] reo. Padon will be hosts ;(t the Oneg
ders the musical portions ol the Shahhai Saturday moining serv-
litur 11
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
will officiate and discuss "College
Youth Report." Saturday morning
services are at 9. Sermon is |
on the Weekly Portion Cantor Wi!
are at 9 Tevy. son of Mr. and
Mrs Mack Wcllins. will become
Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are in
the chapel at 9 a.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30. Kfraim
Gale, executive director of the
..... ..v.n.j i ..limn v.aruur wn-i ----------- ui inc
liam Lipson renders the musical ; *,reatcr Miami Jewish Community
portions of the liturgy Junior' n'cr w'" ^ Sucst "Pcaker and
services are at 10 a.m. Youth Faces Life in
(Greater Miami" Cantor Albert
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN- ^Uatx genders the musical por-
TER will hold Friday evening of ,he llturg-v ^'urday
services at 8.15. Rabbi Morn- "x\'"^son,ccs "re at 9
Shop Will preach on the tDpic Th v SK W'"
Jjving 365 Days > V,:u s.'me ZJ^*P~"
New Year Reflections K,,|H.rt ll,,pt> Kiddush^follows
discuss:
Renewed
portions of the liturgy. Mincha is
at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services will be at 8
am and 15 minutes before sun-
down.
see
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning services are at
9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
preach on the Weekly Portion ol
the Law Mincha is at 5 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 7:30 am and 5 p.m..
with Sunday morning services
scheduled for 8.
Straussburg ami the choir renders
tin Sabbath melodies, with Cantor
TVing Robinson as soloist. Mrs
Joseph Otchin and Mrs William
Shalos Seudos. Hosts arc Mr. and
Mrs Isidore Sosna.
e -e e
TEMPLE EMANUEL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8 p.nj. Rabbi Irving I^ehrman will
dedicate the late service to the
college youth of the Temple fain
ily. who arc home for their mid-
semesW vacations. Subject of his
sermon is: "Build and be Rebuilt."
Participating will be Herbert Kap-
lan, Carol Levinson. Harriet Lipton
and Richard Rose. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Sermon will
be based on the Weekly Portion.
Alan Fredric. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Solomon Green, and Allen Benja-
min, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Kurzweil. will become Bar Mitz-
vah. Cantor Philip Brummer ren-
ders the musical portions of the
liturgy. Daily services are at 8 a.m.
and 5:30 p.m.
e e
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15. Saturday morninu
services are at 8:30 Babbi Joseph
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman wiD|
installed spiritual leader
Beth Israel Congregation
banquet Sunday evening
15. in the DiLido hotel. Ra
Oscar Fosman, presider.' a! I
Hebrew Theological Coliegel
Chicago, will be installing
cer.
ffakfe-i Morris Skoa
. "New Ytor Reflcctians'
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
| Friday evening services at 5:15.
(Saturday morning services are at
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL CON- 8.30. Rabbi I..S3 Menu officiates
GREGATION ,ll hold Friday eve- and d Man Proposes and Rackovsky Vilfotticiare^anTX
m, rnm.! Saturday God Disposes Junior services are CUM the Weekly Portion. At 4 p.m..
V nTv ar, a' 8<3 ft' 1? S i W',,h Je((rV Slrumpf h" w'" Pleach on the topic: "Piety
"o Mr and Mrs | ,th(.h ami Sammy Usko officiating. MmNot Fanaticism" Mincha is at
S. o'X,;.sB,armM,,7Vah, """" I ^lflbfa,5pi" S5 services 4 30 p m fo.lowed by Shalos S*u-
&&&*zji jreat8* s ssnzsr**--ir*
Kelemer will rend^-r the musical! BETH EL CONGREGATION will
SJWTirg,Wa -THJACO.^GGATjON
W am and 53 *ri5a,Sna'"rda '"""ng services will hold Friday evening serv.ees
Ci h,J? tk r S I. Sw,'-kv :,t 5 and 8:15 P"1 Irvin Katz. prm
AGUOATH ISRAEL HEBREW Rn u, ,n Cruc,bl' of Two cipal of Miami Beach High'School.
INSTITUTE will VwSS^SmTS^S^JSSS ^^ W'" ^ gUesl iP<"ker and di*CUS-s:
n.nK serv.ces ., 5:30 Saturday of the l.tur^v ^^ Youlh Problcm." M.lv.n
morning ^^ ^Jttt\ZTj&JKZ?* %**' '.nunlentfor Saturday
morning services are al 8:30. Rabbi
Tibor Stern offl Maurice Mamches will render the
musical portions of .the liturgy.
Henry, son of Mr and Mrs. Harry
Alter, will become Bar Mitzvah
Class in Bible is at 4:15 p.m. Daily
services are at 7 and 8 am and 5
p.m.
a
Day tona Beach SH
Of Youth Conclai
Ninth annual n,id-winter
clave of the Southern region]
Senior Young Judaea conve
on Sunday. Dec 25 at the Prim
Issena hotel in Daytona Beach]
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, pr
of the Florida region of R__
Jerome Schulman director of I
Miami Zionist Youth Commis
and William Goldwom, of
Zionist Organization of Amer
accompanied the Young J"
eans from this city, wd art
as consultants to the teenagers]
the development of their cho
theme "On Three Principle*
World Rests
Mrs. Weinstein. in addmonj
bringing greeting- irom the H
sah organization, -erved >
sic specialist and acted as cj,
ant to the workshop on ?'
activities. Schulman conduc
the session on Jewish llving1[J2
worm supervis< d the athle]
events which I !'Iace at
conclave.
of Rabbi Ever's sermon will be
In the End of Days" Kiddush
follows. Mincha will bant 5 pm
preceded by a 4 p.m. class in Tal-
mud. Dr. Samuel S. Lefkowifx will
Ibe host at Shalos Seudos Daily
services are at 9 a.m. and 5:30 p m
?
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30 and
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will officiate and discuss: "A New
in Sanhedrin is at 4 p.m.

BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
TlON will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 Saturday morning
serv.ces are at 830. Rabin Ar.e
Becker will preach on the topic:
Immortality Through Influence."
(lass in Talmud precedes the
ice at 8 am. Clas, in Bible will I*. TSMPLS 2,* *'> hold Friday
at 5 pm followed hv li k even,n ,erviw S3 and 8:3
P.m., followed by Mincha and p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
Marks Unveiling
The Dedical "
i thi M< ,;
MORRIS I MAKK3
fo'"
mi sw -
wM ukt r'-<
Si MOAt l^'l ^ 8lH*
3 :
Mi V ""
Rabk. S M M<
Mr-,
In add.C.on W I ;
R.yM.rL.
son*. San, : "
eum :
I' k
and Mr- Eat- *'
rcNdent ,l,m oil
Thurmond M
pany


1955
r DectmberjO.
ation Budget Committee Names
tassel Head as Sub-Groups Planned
JT ,embM of the law
A'vin ...- i a | aaael In Miami
"iwfajjW^r
member of the law
of **d ,
r Miami Jewish Fed-
''* X [committee for 195.
""iTan announcement by
* Myers, I-.k-ration pres-
* Lortoi mmittae, con
iStUn alected from
t ihf ,|,,n board
Ibta for con-
Association Will
ti irt Fellowship
Funds Available
Dade Coun!>
TuberculoM> Asso-
announc". Wednesday that
lopectsto support a fellowship
i research in cardio-vaacutaf and
fconarv diseases al the Iniver-
of Miami school of medicine
|..ear i; : 11 reaulta are
vedini'- irrenl annual holi-
r seal salt- \ oal $125.-
Ifilter C ""'n prc-i
^jaid Ui medical ad
il recommend-
tke Mipr reh fcl'ifiinil>
It SI.8"' v inn's
I Ufl of
wtcrv
l week re
Lft f: h: N "
,. total teaJ sale
ij,s94_ m m rceni of
I
41.400 Dado i intians have re-
Liodd to th< al I.-Her so far.
|j,' about 52.30 each Paul
'r a i-bairman. urg-
JJner>one I in their >eai
before v in la)
Ik annual .. of Tuberculosis
i n the sole uric of support
tk year-round work of the
\ -niation.
sidering requests for funds of
beneficiary agencies in the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal The group
also determine* whirh national
and local beneficiary ajaadea
shall be included in the annual
drive and decides upon allotments
to non-local beneficiaries.
Tassel's committee met last
week and gave unanimous approval
to the projected CJA campaign
goal of $1,350,000. plus an addi-
tional sum of $375,000 to be raised
at the same time for allocation to
the United Jewish Appeal immigra-
tion and resettlement program in
Israel.
Cassel is a member of the
Federation board of governors, a
member of the community plan-
ning committee and has served
with the budget committee for the
last two years. He is vice president
and a director of the Jewish Fam-
ily Service and belongs to the
Coral Gables Jewish Center. He i*
also a member of the Dade County
Bar Association, American Bar
Association. Florida Bar and Mia-
mi Beach Bar Association.
'The budget committee act a
a trustee in a double son-e. said
Cassel. "It serves as trustee [or
the contributor, seeinu that his
arc economically and el
Young Adult League Holds Ball Sunday
Vouns Adult League of STZ
Gaeater M.am. Jew.sh Commun.tv
Center held It, inaugural ball and
^ketball game Sunday evening
Page 9B
The game featured Rubs' AH
Km vs. Young Adult League
U'am. Highlight of the evening
was pinning of six past presidents
<>f the elub. They are Helen

teitisely ii-ed. and it Retfvea U
trustee in behult of tin- people we
serve through our agMldw, mak
ing certain their noeda are ade-
quately met."
el announced that he
will shortly appoint sub-commit-
tces from the major groups which
study local, national, defence, rel
igious and ovcr*ea> agency appli-
cations.
MkaN *und,n
lev Students Look
forward to Opera
Induction Jan. 27
J* of their most ambitious
ri?f >' scheduled, high
I000' -tudent- of the Lear School
J rehear-m- for their mid-
5 PWaeitanon of the opera
!
efulh c! cast is being
,"> W i Roth, director
it JuT & mc depart-
P*ndlH John Lee. for-
..nd now
r. i hool's faculty.
L, hrected many
Cr-'"''""'-"1 Hall and Con
Rundell Joins
Publicity Firm
Richard Rundell has resigned
from The Miami Herald to form
the public relations firm of Gerald
Schwartz and Richard Rundell.
with offices at 411 North Miami
ave.
A member of The Herald edttfl
rial department for 12 years.
Rundell covered many of the pa-
per's news beats and in recent
months served as assistant to the
city editor.
The firm has been named u
Florida member of Public Rela
tions Management Corp. interna-
tional organization with beadquar.
ters in New York City.
Rundell is a member of Sigma
Delta Chi, professional journal
istic fraternity, and is a captain in
the U.S. Army Reserve He WM
public information officer of the
51st Florida-South Carolina Na
tional Guard division for five peal
war years.
Schwartz is past president of the
Greater Miami professional chap-
ter of Alpha Delta Sigma, profes
sional advertising fraternity, and
a member of Public Relation* So
ciety of America.
Memberships have been granted
to the firm by the American, Gov-
ernment and Florida Public Rela
tions Associations, American Mar-
keting Association and National
Industrial Advertisers Association
A 24-hour teletype network links
Schwartz and Rundell of I ice- wiih
PRMC offices in Chicago. Boaton
| Philadelphia, Los Angeles and 20
, other cities
Ahrin Cassel
Gettinger Leaves
Miami Federation
After 7 Years
Max C Gettinger, assistant di-
rector ol the Great) r Miami Jew
i-ii Federation, uiii leave the
ation after seven
'i service
o ;i: poai
ion as executive
tor of the
Ubany Jew i h
-h '(immunity
'ouncil
Announcement
>f Gettinger's
>lans was made
Wednesday by
GeMmjer F'ederatioii presi-
dent Stanley (' Myen '
Gettinger, formerly of New York
City, returns lo his home state to
mom the rwponaiMJitiea for cen-
tral planning and for direction of
fund raising for local, national
and Israel causes in the Albany
area
In Federation. Gettinger was
primarily responsible lor directing
the budgeting and community
planning functions of the major
agency. Prior to coming to Miami,
Gettinger worked 111 New York
City m the fieUa of familj case
work ;'i"i community relation!
ii, i expi ited to leave Miami at
the close oi major campaign activi-
imetime in February, 1956
NEW TIME FOR
YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR
Naiatir'i Yiddish Classical Hour
oill be heard every Sunday from
12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
Two New Features
"THEATRE NEWS"
Featuring Simon Wolff
-FROM A WOMAN TO A
WOMAN"
Featuring Shuahana Speclor
STATION WWPB
.TV
** Hall.

haa produced
*'fWMon and radio
fcfi i'<- .JJ- iuditoriuai on the
2,' P"t of the
*^ delude Natasha
. Hay Ste.n-
B^"*and StPVP **".
I^,h0' 'he high ^hool
wm the prwluction num.
Planning Expert
Talks to Group
Irving Solomon, head of Miami
Industrial Development and Sen
ice, appeared last week before a
meeting of the Miami city com
misaion to present his organiia
tions plan for the area\ indus
trial and commercial expansion
The city commission has author
ized Solomon to take up his pro-
poaala with City Manager EMM
Solomon thu week said that hi*
plan for this areas development
is being prepared for future city
study
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Pag 10 B
+Jewlsti Hork/tor
Ill^y-December
30,
BEN TOM STER
Has Merger of Agencies Proven Workable?
It is just a year since the --ingle,
Jewsh world-wide migration or-
ganisation, l nted ((in Altce,
wu formed By the merger of
HIAS. USNA ;m ervices oi JDC,
This ha- been an historic year
in Jewish life, and one which
should long be remembered, for
thai which took place during tins
i a- will assuredly have it- ef
feel I'M Jewish communities, Jew*
j-h contributors and Jewish new-
comer- In the United State fl
will ha-1 vt in all parts of
the worid. m herever .1 Ji a 1- to
1 found, wherever a Jew, home-
or uprooted or persecuted,
needs our specialised technical
and comprehensive servii 1
It took much time and tre-
mendous effort on the pan 0! the
arseeing dedicated group ol ne-
gotiators to bring .dun this his-
toric step \ tremendous amount
of time and effort was also ex-
led tin- past year, In imple-
menting the decisions of the ne-
gotiators and the boards thej
1 nted in the development
oi' Hie consolidated organization
without diminishing m any waj
he to the Jewish mi-
1
il ami the Jewish communi-
ties in various part- id the
world.
One mighl well ask alter this
first year, Has Hie merger been
Successful To what extent li.ive
the goals been achieved What
ha- been accomplished in this
initial period?"
In m\ opinion, the merger has
been eminentl] successful, while
no one repon-ihlc tor tl
expected the goals to be fully
achieved in the firs! year, almost
ail have been accomplished The
-pint winch motivated the ( 1
solidation ha- earned through its
implementation, namely, the sub-
merging ol private and particular
interests ol organizations ami in-
di\ idual- to advance Jewish 1
munal welfare and to meet total
migration need- and achii
the common good through com-
bined efforts
\ hitter and more efficient
sen.' e has been developed at
lower cot 1 lie Jewish mi
and the total .lewish community
1- being Im I ed
The total -11 v ices staffs and
resources ol the TO year old
Hi \s. tl old 1 s\\
the migration operations of JDC
have been integrated into one
single, unified, global insinua-
tion to meet the problem- ot the
homeless, poraecuted or uprooted
ltd low .lew- wherever in the
WOrM the] may be. and in con-
lormity with the highc-t stand-
ard- of social welfare.
All duplication and overlap-
in the functions of the three
predecessor organizations have
been completely eliminated
wherever the-e c\i-tcd. whether
in the I nited Btab l.urope or
Latin America conutne-.
The eOStb Confusion previous
i> experienced bj the migrants
Overseas and bj their -pon-ors in
the United ind in other
receiving countries caused by
multiple registration and com-
ix Dg ha- been com-
pletelj eliminated
The wasteful, duplicating and
presentations to goi -
ernmental and intcrgoxernment-
al agencies all over the worid are
no more I In-< complicated our
relationship- at a time when the
international situation calls for
the most effective liaison possi-
ble.
ON THE
THE PILLAR OF SALT. By Albert Memmi.
French by Edou.rd Roditi. 342 pp. New York Cnt." <-'iirion Bookt. $1
By HILARY MINDLIN
IN THE STEAMING, filthy alleys of the
isEO.X M'TTEBMAX
Danny Kaye Welcomed to Doctors' Fold
Danny Kaye, who has received
Id wide a c C I S j in for hi-
schievements as .1 star of motion
pictures and the stage has been
iwarded an honorary degree of
Doctor oi Humanities from the
American International College
n Springfield, Mass The d<
*.1- aw.11 ded :,i Danny in n
nien ol bis work for the Ui
Nation^ children's Fund
1 t year Danny traveled more
40.1MM1 miles throughoul
\-1.1 .1- a I nited Nation- amha.--
surveying the work
: Nil 1:1 on .1 I a-
he had arranged with
n Seen tan ,i('"' ral Dag Ham
'i 1 Nli if officials
I he highlights of this trip Were
rded in S Technicolor film,
and distributed bj P
Pictures under the title
\ -. nn 1 nt Children."
1 in- piciin. en translat-
ed i! to it foreign languages and
is now being shown throughoul
Eur a p' at special
l Nli li 1 md raising premiere-.

Paramount has officially an-
ed thai the studio will film
The Joker 1- Wild," dramatic
raphj "i the Jewish cotnedi
an Joe B Lewie, I-rank Sinatra
will -tar as Lewis, the sensation-
ally popular night club comedian
who. .,: 25, became the biggest
name m Chieago shots business
and gangland's favorite ,i< tec
back; in the speakeasj days of the
1920s The biognph] by Art
( ohn, m ho will also write the
sneer play, trace- Lewis tantas-
tic careei ffom those early days
to the present Charles Vldor,
who directed the smash film bi-
ll BJ I.oM Me or Leave Me"
will handle the directorial chorea
on tin- picture

The National Jewish Mu-ic
' tuncil ot the National Jewish
Welfare Board ha- awarded to
"( MS Radio and the -Church of
the An. now observing it- 25th
a citation for '"radio hroad-
casting as a medium of educa-
tion, enlightenment and culture "
The citation wa- given hv Rabbi
Emanuel Green, chairman of the
mu.-ii council.
The award was made to the
network and program, "whose
public-spirited activities have
carried forward the traditions of
radio broadcasting as a medium
hication, and whose consist-
ent effort- over the yean on In-
half of the Jewish Music Festival
have fostered wider appreciation
ami understanding of the role ol
Jewish mu-ic among Americans
oi ail faiths
BELL WOLFE
Uncertainties of the Game
The uncertaintie- of life for a
professional athlete nowadays
was never underlined so clearlv
as with the recent new- con-
cerning Max Zaslofsky.
This columnist had just fini-h-
ed writing about Zaslofsky, ahil.
ity and how he still had more
playing time ahead of him. Then
came the news that pro basket-
ball star Zaslofsky was being let
go by the Fort Wayne Pistons.
It would be more agreeable if
this columnist could merely hang
his head in shame and charge it
up to shoddy reporting.
Unfortunately, the reporting
wasn't shoddy. It was the treat-
ment of Zaslofsky that was shod-
dy. F\>r Fort Wayne's coach
Charley Eckman himself had
been saying how good Max was.
Naturally, when a coach brags
about a player, one must assume
that the coach means what he
aays.
Then what's the story with
Max?
Columnist Milton Gross in the
New York Post didn't mince any
words He published a report
that it was the salary' that made
the difference, not the playing.
Max has been getting a salary
in the five figure bracket
somewhere around $ 10.000. Gross
reported that after the -ea-on
had started there was an attempt
to make him take a salary cut,
but that Max was unwilling.
If players can be kicked around
like that, there is something
wrong with the set-up. Zaslofsky
is a man who has built up one
of the greatest basketball careers
in the history of the game. Prob-
ably if you multiplied by 10 all
Of the money he has been paid
during his years on the pro court,
he would still have been worth
far more in dollars and cents be-
cause of his contributions to the
sport. This holds true for mOBt
of the other stars. Yet when a
player begins to near the end of
his career, all seems to be for-
gotten and the best of them are
no longer considered good invest-
ments.
Danny Kaye
. Children's bmtftKter
poorer Jews of Africa. The cat's who'slink aiongXi'rn/iSI
and leave their smells behind to fester on the pWuffrilX
no, struggle for existence so desperately a- do the !,' aui
room, forever hungry, the litters of children spawned T^T
nights are raised in a mixture of voodoo like superstition \Z V
ritual, from which they go forth into the next a|le> (,r h. .^
to relive their parents' lives. Occasionally a sot ,. born who k '
accident of genetics finds stench stifling ,,, his no trils and tv
spur to sensitivity and a whip for will. ^
Such a boy was Alexandre Mordekhai Benillouchi born liu
mi himself, to an Italian Jewish father and Berbei ^
in awareness, the young Benillouche discovers the two-edged
ol intellect, which can bring him closer and clo> T1.T1
and "civilized" living of the West, while at the same time f(inJ
escape from the intolerable existence of the East \ 1 ,,,, as ^
cation which Benillouche. by sheer drive and l( "
his hostile city, cuts him off from his parent- and hi- heritage sol
his North African birth form an ineluctable b the fulfill
of that education.
A- a Jew. Benillouche has the status of a hunted ml ga.
paralyzed behind barricaded doors when the 1 i-in^'a]
whim of Moslem politics or OUt Of vendor- spa) iweei iikoahot'
through the city His poverty does not allow him to lift himself]
the middle-class Jewish s anything else than surly when he find- himself in their
stranger to himself as much as to them.
I i'u It] it mm In my own Inn.I n<1 I k*oW nl Vly mltm
borrowed and i i~nk mj mother l Itlnjjh i i,., |
Jewish, whi.-h meana tWai I nin political >
1 he lanmixice of the country with a partlesilai i noth
Imve notlniiK In 11.Mini..11 with Monte ma I mi
the Jewish rellsrton and the ghetto, la Icaormni -ir-iis{
teat* the middle ln- because It I- phon< I
Clous not to '' poor, uml :it the name time, I ;,,.
aar> atepa t" avoid poverty.
Rejecting the East and rejected by the West. Benillouche real
that his headlong search for identity, for belonging, has led him i
limbo and has nearly destroyed him. Weakened h> the airhs brei
impaired in his ability to return and inhale it- funu igais, he 1
himself approaching the final equilibrium of death Like Lots wifcj
has turned back to look, at his own self, and, like Lot's wife, finds
forbidden. Yet in the very process o? solidifying Benillouche ev
from the city itself. Perhaps in another land he will In I the heaitj
humanity and a place to live.
Like many books of adolescent discovery and rebellion, "The;
of Salt" has chapters of youthful and arrogant revolt of initiation |
sex in the begrimed brothels of Tunis, and of awareness like a pas]
ore on the body. But. far from using a first no ind of intei
tual catharsis, Memmi's skilled and bitter sensitivitv ha> produo
novel whose meaning reaches dramatically beyond hi- nun life and I
the dilemma of the modern Jew who. even outside ol \urth All
finds himself alien at times. Is there not some profundilv to Ik- nM
in the fact that Benillouche. and perhaps by extension MennaLi
find in his search for identity many who Identify with him?
NUBA LASKT
The Eternal Wage Problem Hits Israelis
Never since statehood have the annual negotia-
tion- for Israel's coming year's wage policy caused
as much heartache as now. This time, the alterna-
tive before the heads of the labor federation and the
government is keeping their promises of all-round
wage boosts and thereby giving further food to that
inflationary monster, or maintaining the wage-freeze
in force for several years now, with the possibility
ot strikes, -low ilow n movements and a split in the
ranks of the coalition government.
The annual wage agreements, signed between the
Hi-iadrut and the Manufacturers' Association, deter-
mines the country's entire wage policy and thus to
a major extent the entire economy. If wages rise,
production costs will go up too. thus making Israeli
goods less competitive in the world markets, and
reducing the purchasing power of the pound. Higher
wages mean more money in circulation, right at the
time when the Governor of the State Bank has
warned that urgent measure- must It- take
reduce inflationary pressure-
During the election campaign earlier thujl
however, all sorts of promise- were made W
sorts of parties and groups. The li it w'n* J
parties (Achdut Avoda and Mapam mined tMJ
alition on the clear understanding thai 1 ager
for the workerone of their major platforms-*
in the bag. Many of Mapai's represenUUWJi mj
Histadrut executive thought so too and now
themselves between the devil, ol keepin?
promises to 500.000 union member- and trie
blue sea. of letting wiser economic counsel- P"
and go back on their word.
Treasurer Levi Eshkol is adamant in '",al]
the wage freeze, and so is Premier David r*n \
ion. But the farm or building worker l about increased means of payment-, about in*
eign trade gap and about inflation
bobis vwonir
Offieials in Serious Division of Opinion
There seems to be a serious d.vi-.on of opinion
among top officials in the State Department regard-
ing the Arab-Israel ,-, Not all of them agree
with the view of George V. Allen. Assistant Seere-
tary of State for Near Kastern Affairs, who is in-
clined to press bra I to make concessions to Egvpt
S. e **7- '" 'h,S War f ncrvcs' ^etary <
State John Foster Dullc- stands in the middle.
All indications point to the Tact that a final clari-
fication of the IS policy on the present Ar.blsr.el
situation will not be reached before next Febnmry
Top priority will be given to this question when
President Eisenhower meets with British Prime
Minister Anthony Eden, who will .rrive in the
United States on J.n. 30. It is expected that at this
meeting the differences between the United States
and Britain regarding Eden's territorial "*
mise" proposal to Israel will be strsigbteaeflj
There is no doubt that the views of Ajw
Jewry on this issue will have to be t WJ
sideration by the U.S. Government Tniis. n
injrton conference on Israel, which the pre
the major American Jewish <"^""""" *
hold in the middle of January, is' vel7 day,1
This conference will continue for 1*
will bring to Wssh.ngton the most promuw
leaders from st least 40 msjor cities
It is also expected that 7'?f pa U
Stste Department will appear at the P ^
conference will be held in an tmosphtre
to-heart" talks between American "*_. m
and the State Department, both interest*
venting war in the Middle East,


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LIOAL NOTICI
IN
NOTICE TO
THE COUNTY
CREDITOR*
JUDGES' COURT
-, of vciith activi-
fiffi held it the North
Viff "tcur rceelllly
FLORIOA. IN^ROBATE. No. JM71.A CMANCEHy FLORlDA IN
LEGAL NOTICi
CIRCUIT
I ff S lei
wcckb art groups.
lmUv and Thursdt)
Si5 and We Meat*
k**
meet
after
eve-
. ,| 7 p.m.
Fa- in ballet and tap dancing
hrttta on Monday afternoOBl
K unHer Mi Jean BarneU
Coition, all I" to 12-year-old
'fit- dub- *" ,he
In of Znn Kwitney.
. other Tuesdaj is teenage
'at the Center, when In.ted
'" Youth holds its dances.
1dm* "u'v as
Twrther Sunday rnorningl for
[*{** at the Temple
eville Makes
[wo Placements
ItM Kipms. managing director,
'Appointed Jam.- M. 1'ayton
ah* talstan! manager of the
lei Seville.
Mon came to Miami in the
of I937. at whuh time he be-
his .Miami Beach hotel career.
Ho ha> been
led with
he Palm B-ach
A'indsor and the
Beach Roy-
I hotels. Local-
v. hi wai with
he Bi sc J n e
retrace M.AI
ister and Sax-
n comei to
he Seville from
Isle ho-
hrtM tel
hyton attended the University
Honda ami the I mversltj <
and pre* I reside! in
.in bu u ii and family
jGpn..- Wediw revealed
Bfototn Mrs Klaine
t Franci ial director.
nYvious tn mining to Florida,
rrabcis wa- editor of the
Importer Herald, West port,
eorrespondenl for C'holly
frbocker and society corre-
for the New York Herald
.
lift recently she has been as-
W with thi j hotel as
director
fc. Franci- attended the Col
' Nei Rochi lie and the
P8*) d made her
K the Hotel Pierre in New
Cte
In Re: KSTATK OK
i.ii.I.Ian sYi.vi \ r IRBBR,
To All Ci editors and All P.-raoit.-. II.n-
i^ium or Oamaml. Ai .. .
I. tate:
ii id r* 'i of > t, are
notified and i.- lalno. uriil ilt-rii.. nda h I.
. illl. r I.I W.I. IIIKV have HKHIIIKl t III-
eaUU of LILLIAN H\ LVIA KARHBR,
i.. of Itailf Count). Hi
la i he 11 hk able i 'iiiini i .i id(i
I !- 'miii11 and ni. ihi
their office* In the Counts '
.ii- County. Florida, uithin eight
calendar month* from tin- Salt cf id.
flist publication In
, i demandi to potato i in It k.iI uii-
draaa of the claimant ami to b.
to ami pi.-s.-nted an aforesaid,
will be l.uired.
I'..I. !.....'Iht ;, Ah
HKI.K.N TEMPLE
Ae Executrix of the l.at Will
Mini Testament of
I.II.I.IAN SYLVIA K.\l:i;i:i:
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ler m.iI'I name Ith the Cl<
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Attorney! for Louli Rravnlh
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No 18M12
TIIEOlKillK STERN. Plaint If!
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NOTICE EY RUELICATION
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Kit Sen.ml Avenue
N. York Ne York
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thin 2?nil day of !'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 18S814
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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In R. EKTATE "I-
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To All .'! ; "';
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR_
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 1855*2
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GLASGOW Dr. Morris Miller, member of a delegation of
doctors from Scotland who recently visited the Soviet Union, declared
here in a talk before the Jewish Institute on the Jewish situation in
Russia that he found "extreme reticence among- Soviet Jews to talk
about their situation." He said the Jews he spoke to in the Soviet Union
told him there was no reason for fear, that they were permitted to wor-
ship, were being given homes and could find employment. However.
Dr. Miller said it was his "impression that things don't go too well with
Russian Jew."
PARIS (JTA>France's top literary award, the "Prix Goncourt."
was awarded to Roger Ikor, French-born son of Riis-ian Jewish immi-
grants. The award was made for his novel "Les Eaux Melees" (The
Mingled Waters) the second of two volumes published under the title
of "Les Fils d'Avrom" (The Sons of Abraham). The work traces the
history of a Jewish refugee from TMlift BUMUl who settled in France
and his family.
Company of Tel Aviv, has just signed a $4,000,000 contract to build a
120-room tourist hotel at Soguksu. a suburb of Istanbul The hotel will
be completed in ten months. The Turkish affiliate of the company.
TIYAPTurkish-Israel Construction Companyhas also agreed to
build 4.000 homes in the suburb, which the Turkish Government is
developing as a tourist center for foreign visitors.
FLASHES fRQM THE NBA* EAST
JERUSALEM (JTAConvocation of the 24th World Zionist Con-
gress by April 11, 1956. at the latest, and earlier if possible was recom-
mended by unanimous decision of the praesidium of the Zionist Actions
Committee, policy-making body of the World Zionist movement between
world congresses The recommendation was made to the Jewish Agency
by a session of the praesidium at which representatives of all parties in
the world movement were represented.
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BONN (JTA)The sum of S6O.0OO.OO0 is allocated for Israel
reparations m the Federal budget for 1956-57 submitted by Finance
Minister Fritz Schaeffer to the West German Parliament for approval.
The same amount a*ai included in the budget for the current year, but
nearly three times as much as t hi >ear is asked for indemnification
and restitution payments in the new budget, which would enter into
Meet next April In spite of her unprecedented economic boom. Weal
Germans la far the third time In uccetaion taking advantage of an
escape clause in the reparations pact permitting her. as a last ratmt,
to hold payments for reparations deliveries to a rock-bottom minimum
Of $60,000,000 per year.
TEL AVIV (JTA)Documents seized during the Israeli raid of
Dec 11 on Syrian outposts on Lake Tiberias conclusively prove that the
Syrian shelling of Israel fishermen and patrol vessels was carried out
on the express orders of the Syrian high command in line with a policy
of attempting to establish claims to a portion of the lake, all of which
lies within Israel territory. They will be submitted to the Security
Council. This was reported at a press conference here by Col. YuvalJ
N'eeman, deputy director of the Israel Army Intelligence Corps.
LONDON JTA i Two Egyptian ships tailed from the Belgian port
of Antwerp last weekend with 12 Valentine tanks. 10 Sherman tanks. 28
jeeps and five armored cars, according to reports reaching here. The
tanks were imported into Belgium as scrap from British dealers. Ac-
cording to the reports. 200 tanks. 160 jeeps. 24 Bren carriers and 50
armored cars have left Antwerp in the past four months, hound for
unstated destinations in the Middle Beat Most of them were Briti>h
-crap reconditioned by Belgian dealers before re.sale
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
WASHINGTON (JTA)A delegation representing victims of Nazi
persecution lodged a formal protest with the German Embassy in
Washington against pending amendments that would establish a dis-
crimination in German indemnification laws against claimants from
lormer Nazi-occupied countries and satellites The delegation, led by-
Kurt Grnatmin, presented a memorandum to Albrecht von Kessel, Ger-
man Charge d'Affaires here It said that the amendments would denv
or greatly restrict compensation to more than 100.000 victims of the
Nazis.
JERUSALEM (JTA)The discovery of a genuinely "lost tribe" of
Jewsin Indiahas been reported here This discovery of the Jewish
, group was made known after the Israel Ministry of Religions received
i a letter from the Indian province of Ajamar, signed by the president
of the Indian Jewish kehillah. A. A. leak, Mr. Isak'a letter said that
the Jews had settled in the province of Ajamar some 70 years ago.
but that since then no one has known of, or been interested in, the
community's existence.
HAMMOND, Ind. [JTA) The Hammond Ministerial Association, a
group of Protestant ministers here, has announced its moral support of
court action taken against the erection ol a crucifix in a public park
The crudfiv was erected In October by the 4th Degree Aaaembi)
I the Knights of Columbui of Indiana, a Catholic laymen's group
'I he statement bj the Ministerial Association noted that the Wicker
Memorial Park where the cruciliv W8J Ml up i- supported by the l.i\
ers oi North Township in Lake county of this state and said this
iction w.i- therefore, in Infringement of the constitutional principle
l the separation ol church and state.
BOGOTA, Colombia IJTAi Shlomo Hremskv. well known Yiddish
venter, died here last ueek at the age of B0 He was born in Poland
and had lived here for some years Kanj of his bjlea, dealing with life
in this country, were translated into Spanish and were highly praised
i itics here.
NEW YORK (JTA)The proposed policy statement of the Board
ol Education Of New York City on "Moral and Spiritual Values and the
Schools" has been withdrawn because of opposition and has been sent
hack to the Board of Superintendents, which drafted the original state.
ment. for reworking, in consultation with the representatives of the
three major faiths The policy statement was opposed by the New
York Board of Rabbis and by some Protestant groups and was approved
by other Protestant groups and the Catholic Church.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
ISTANBUL (JTA)Reports in the Egyptian press of anti Semitic
activities in various parts of Turkey were called false here and were
attributed to an attempt by the Egyptian press to discredit both the
Jews and the Turks. There has been no attempt in Turkev to blame
the anti-Greek riots here on Turkish Jews and there have been onlv
minor incidents involving anti-Semitism in this country in recent
months. The last time Jewish leaders consulted with Turkish authori-
ties on anti-Jewish agitation occurred last October when a delegation
led by Chief Rabbi Raphael Saban called on the military authorities m
this city who pledged that four books by the notorious anti Semite
Cevat Rifat Atilhan would be confiscated.
CASABLANCA (JTA)-Jews in the city of Meknes sen! about 200
telegrams to Premier Bekkai asking him to name David Berdugo a
Meknes Jew, to the seat in the Moroccan Cabinet being held tor a Jew
ish representative. M. Berdugo is the son of the president of the
Meknes Jewish Community. A delegation of Meknes Jews left at the
same time for Rabat to personally press this appeal with the Premier
The action of the Meknes Jews is aimed at putting an end to the in
ternal dispute which developed among Moroccan Jews when M Ben
Simon, a Moroccan Jewish leader, was named to the post of Minister of
Posts and Telegraphs in the first autonomous Moroccan Cabinet Ob
jections from the Jewish community prevented M. Ben Simons appoint-
ment and the post remains vacant, held for a Jewish candidate.
TUNIS (WNS>A Jewish baker was assaulted and his shop demol-
ished when unemployed Moslem demonstrators in the adjacent town
of La Goulette turned their wrath against Jews. Meantime it was an
nounced here by the Jewish ARency office that Jewish immigrants
from Tunis bound for Israel would henceforth be transported through
the Italian port of Naples, and that the number of departing immigrants
would be restricted during the summer because of the onset of seasonal
.storms in the Mediterranean.
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