The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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STRATEMEYER LAUDS MATE MONGER BEATY WHO SAYS JEWS 'NOT Of THIS CMUZATION'
iding American Militarist Emerges As Darling Of Lunatic Fringe In Fan Letter To Racist
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
WASHINGTONA leading American military person-
has emerged as the newest darling of the lunatic
j[e. He is Lt. Gen. George E. Stratemeyer who served
distinction in World War H and Korea,
battle between the General and B'nai B'rith Anti-
(miition League has erupted publicly. The ADL is
ig if Stratemeyer will be the kind of "man on hor.se-
f' that the bigots of the 1930's envisaged in another
?d General, George Van Horn Moseley.
1954 Stratemeyer made headlines when he became
rman of a pro-McCarthy group, the "Committee of
Million." Shortly thereafter he became preoccupied
a book by a Texas professor, John Beaty, entitled
"Iron Curtain Over America."
The ADL described the Beaty book as "A compilation
of anti-Jewish lies and distortions which have caused it
to become a kind of primer for lunatic fringe groups
throughout the nation." But to Gerald L. K. Smith it is
"The greatest of its kind ever to appear in print."
Beaty characterized American Jews as a minority
"obsessed with its own objectives, which are not those of
Western civilization." He said "the secret and overseas"
plots of Soviet Russia "have been entrusted principally to
Jews" and that the Jews were responsible for World War
II. The lengthy book was described by one reviewer as
the most extensive single compilation of anti-Semitic
propaganda to appear in the world since the defeat of
Nazi Germany in 1945.
But Stratemeyer was so moved by the book he wrote
a fan letter to the author. Stratemeyer told Beaty, in part:
"I congratulate you on your book and the service you have
performed for our country. If my health would permit
it I would go on a continuous lecture tour gratis and
preach your book and recommendations."
This autumn the Gerald L. K. Smith hate organization
began distributing quantities of a flyer bearing the Gen-
eral's endorsement of "Iron Curtain Over America." The
printed matter said the book exposed Jewish "control of
our political parties and many of our cultural and edu-
cational organizationseven churches."
The new hate material came to the ADL's attention.
Did Stratemeyer know his name was being used by pro-
Continued on Pag* 7 A
l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 30Number 1
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 6, 1956
Price 20*
IN Truce Chief Substantiates Israel Charge Against Syria
_________________________________,_________________________________________________________#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------____________________________________________________________________
Kumcnts Prove
afc Provocation
Galilee Fracas
iMTED NATIONS (JTA)
}re was absolute certainty here
incsday that Syria's proposal to
| Security Council for the expul-
of Israel and for adoption of
^iomic sanctions against Israel
collapsed entirely as a result
I he latest report from the UN
re chief, Maj. Gen. E. L. M.
fns.
le Council was scheduled to
[i again this week on Syria's
iplaint arising from Israel's
11 attack against a Syrian gun
lit i<>n which had fired on Jewish
>ping on Lake Tiberias. But as
ibers of the Council were pre
|ing to resume their work after
long New Year weekend, they
before them a report from
Burns confirming charges
piously made by Israel to the
Dct that Syria itself had violated
armistice agreement between
two countries by ordering gun
against Israeli fishing boats
police craft on Lake Tiberias,
fnli lies wholly within Israeli
ritory.
srael's delegation chief here,
rl>a S. Eban, showed members of
Council at their last meeting
;iiu copies of documents seized
|m the Syrians by the Israel
res, proving that the firing of
rian guns had been specifically
lered by the Syrian army's high
imand. Now Gen. Burns, in his
F>ort supplementing an earlier
port on the Dec. 11 incident, has
the Council that a Syrian ca-
officer. taken prisoner by the
|aelis, has admitted he had been
tiered to fire on the Israeli ship
kg on the lake.
Cm. f. I. M. Bmrm
. Confirm* Charge
Weigh Effect
Of Khruschev
Rap at Israel
MOSCOW (JTA) Diplomatic
observers sought this week to es-
tablish the full significance of the
bitter attack launched on Israel
before the Supreme Soviet in Mos-
cow by Nikita Khruschev, secreta-
ry-general of the Communist Party
and "strong man" of the regime.
They noted that Khruschev's
speech had gone much further
than any official Soviet statement
in recent months in assailing Israel
and embracing the Arab cause.
Diplomats who saw the state-
ment as having been dictated, in
large part at least, out of Soviet
resentment over criticism of the
Communist supply of arms to the
Continued on Page 2 A
wo uctNits kmd to mm, mm mimstu vows
British Labor Leader Gaitskell Demands
Eden Explain Munitions Exports to Egypt
LONDON (JTA)Hugh Gaitskell. leader of the British Labor Party, today called on British Prime
Minister Sir Anthony Eden at his residence at 10 Downing Street, and discussed with him the danger for
peace in the Middle East involved in exporting surplus military equipment to Egvpt and other countries
The meeting took place at Mr. Gaitskell's request.
A statement declaring that "it is still the Government's policy to prevent an arms race in the Middle
East, whatever the source" was issued from the Prime Ministers office after the meeting. "No licenses
have been granted to private dealers." declared the statement, "for the export of materiel which might be
reconditioned or re-exported as weapons of war. unless the countries to which this materiel is sent from
Britain guarantees that it will not be re-exported or reconditioned."
"Since the end of the war," the statement continued, "large quantities of surplus materiel has been
disposed of, both for civilian use and for scrap. For instance, 430 modified Sherman tanks were sent to
Tanganyika for a nut-grinding
scheme. Later, they were sold to
Israel and Belgium for purely civil-
ian purposes. We have no reason
to believe they were used in any
other way.
"More recently, however, doubts
were raised as to whether some of
the surplus materiel is not being
diverted by foreign dealers for
uses other than those stated. Last
summer, no licenses were issued
for export of any significant quan-
tities or surplus war materiel with
one exception8,000 tons of spares
for armored fighting vehicles were
exported to Holland for civilian
purposes. The Netherlands Gov-
ernment had pledged that these
goods would not leave Holland in
any form usable for military pur-
poses."
Mr. Gaitskell, in a statement
said there is an "urgent need" for
an Arab-Israel peace settlement.
"Meanwhile," the Labor Party
leader insisted, "the 1050 Tripar-
tite Declaration issued by France,
Britain and the United States for
maintaining the status quo in the
Middle East remains an indispensa-
ble instrument for preventing
war."
F* BHTHY POLICY DOfSirT HHHIT US TO CRfTICIZf THEIRS
State Department 'Angered' by Boycott
WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department
expressed disapproval of the refusal by Arab
tes to grant visas to Americans of Jewish faith,
reported that the Arab League is conducting a
fcott against U.S. business firms trading with
Bel.
[State Department spokesman Joseph Reap said
I'nited States Government "disapproves" of the
crimination by a number of Arab countries
kinst American Jews seeking visas. However, he
timed to say the United State* protested to the
the Arab countries against such regulations. State
Department sources pointed out that America can-
not be strongly critical of the visa policies of foreign
nations at a time when other countries are finding
fault with U.S. visa restrictions.
Mr. Rey said the State Department had no in-
formation on reports that U.S. business firms this
week received Saudi Arabian communications that
sought to determine if such firms had Jewish offi-
cers. He said that no firms reported on this to the
Department or sought guidance.
WAR MATERIALS ROUTED VIA BELGIUM, HOLLAND
Dock Workers Continue Loading
Arms for Egypt British Port
LONDON (JTA)Dock workers at Liverpool, who Tuesday threat-
ened to refuse to load British armaments on ships destined for Egypt,
were working overtime Wednesday loading military equipment aboard
the Egyptian vessel "Star of Suez," following advice from trade union
leaders to continue their work until the British Labor Party takes a
stand in the matter.
The cargo which is being loaded is estimated to toal 400 tons of
arms, including cases containing sub-machine guns, tank tracks and
a large quantity' of spare partsf-
which would enable Egypt to "re-
militarize" supposedly "demilitar-
ized" British tanks bought by
Egypt in Belgium.
Officially, the British Govern-
ment has ordered a halt to ship-
ments of war materiel to the
Middle East, including Egypt.
However, the goods now being
loaded on the Egyptian ship in-
clude gun barrels for tanks, am-
munition and other war materiel.
The war goods arrived in Liver-
pool in 21 freight cars.
A British War Office spokesman
declared that "there is nothing un-
dercover" about this transaction.
"It is a perfectly open delivery of
tank spares and other accessories."
he said. "There seems to be no
reason why such shipment, by
agreements between governments,
should stop."
The British Foreign Office Tues-
day issued a statement announcing
the halt on arms shipments out of
the country and that no licenses
have been issued for export of
tanks in several months. However,
it is known that slightly "demili-
tarized" tanks have been leaving
the country under the description
of "agricultural implements."
HW YIAR ClUBRAltD
Two Killed, One
Wounded in New
Border Violence
TEL AVIV (JTA)At least two
Israelis were dead this week and
one woundedall three civilians
after a weekend of violence
along the Arab-Israel borders
from Gaza to the Jordan frontier,
as Israel's Arab neighbors "cele-
brated" the New Year with at-
tacks by land and air.
The latest of the aggression
took place this Monday morning
when two Egyptian Vampire jet
fighters flew over Israel positions
in the southwestern Negev area.
Immediately after the fighting
planes had transgressed Israel
territory, Egyptian outposts in
the Gaza border strip started fir-
ing at an Israel army patrol on
the Israel side of the border.
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Agudath
Israel Will
Erect Day School
Murray Rosenberg, president of
Amidath Israel Hebrew Institute,
Wednesday announced that trie
synagogue will organize a day
schojl under the charter of Aju-
dath Israel Hebrew Institute.
The school will temporarily be
conducted in the rear building ol
the synagogue which will start in
September. Plans are already be-
ing made to outline classrooms and
to carry curriculum ol 8 national
religious educational organization.
Rosenberg revealed.
The new day school will be un-
der the guidance of spiritual lead-
er of the synagogue Rabbi Isaac
Hirsh Eve* and. according to the
Rabbi, "this day school will be a
modern Veshiva to solve the vex
ing problem confronting the mod-
ern Jew the education of his chil-
dren.
The purpose of the school will
be to provide a Jewish child with
a general and secular education,
in a religious atmosphere," he said.
It will offer a complete program I
ol a public school education."
Rabbi Ever also said that plans
are in the making for high school;
graduates to devote their entire
lime in studying the Talmud," with '.
the aim to erect a Talmudical col- '
lege which will be the first in the
South. High school graduates will (
be composed of outstanding stu-,
dents from various Yeshivas in
the United States, who will be'
-elected by their dean-- to continue
their studies during the winter
months here
Rabbi Ever added that "the
chool will aim to advance and
perpetuate traditional Judaism
among American Jewish youth, to
make that faith their spiritual
cil. to foster a love [or the Jew.
ish people and to < reate a rever
t nee lor its glorious past and a
firm belief in its future
Rosenberg revealed thai Agu-
dath Israel will shortly condui
building fund campaign Commit-
have been appointed and arc
,dreads working toward thi-
gantic undertaking, he said
Women Schedule
Local Forum
Special community wide lorum
i- being held by the Women's
Division ol American Jewish Con-
gress with Leo Pfeffer, ol Ne*
York City, as guest speaker,
Pfeffer, American Jewish Con
gress counsel and a member ol the
Bar ol the United States Supreme
Court, is a constitutional lawyei
ol national repute
His topic will be "American
Jewish Congress in Relation to 0 n
Community Problems
The forum will be held on
Tuesday afternoon. Jan. 10, al
ih David auditorium.
initial Emergency Red Feather Drive
Effort Nets Some y/j|| |(ncC|( DoorS
$^!LLr"L Beginning Sunday
rmORED PAT WOMEtS YOUM* UNffOMMD $4 7*a7
CM Hlfh Tyft Dttk Weekly MaMs '"
Upward of $100,000 was raised
i plus-monty by Greater Miami
Jewish community leaders
Westview Country Clob las
Wednesday evening. Principal
speaker at the function was Is-
rael Ambassador to the United
States Abba Eban.
According to Sam J. Heiman
1956 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign chairman, this figure
represents Miami's initial effort
to collect $375,000 as its share of
a $25,000,000 United Jewish Ap-
peal emergency fund drive in
behalf of Israel's immigration
program.
The $100,000 raised last Wed-
nesday," Heiman explained, "is
the first step in our collection
of Miami's total share of $375,-
000 in the national emergency
fund. This fifwre is above and
beyond the amount we need to
raise in the 1956 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal campaign."
Jacob Shtr, chairman of the
Westview function, said that
plus-giving efforts in behalf of
the UJA emergency fund would
continue throughout the month.
,.,.,, |,cnti.r "volunteer- m the
Community cW ?!
Division arc getting ;'
ringing doorbells throughoul Da
count) in the house-to-house dn
which -tart- on Sui '"'
with a goal ol R21S.O00
Heading up the Mtami Meti
itan Division for the sixth straight
real is Mrs F I Ravlhi of
Alfonso ave., Cowl Gables Work
with her chair
men are Mrs Stanlej Mil
in: NE 93rd -' nd M,~ Cnar,w
Fuchs, 6200 Riviera dr
Cable-
Hundreds Slated
At Beth David Fete;
Hostesses Readied
Mrs Sam Radanes. chairman ol
arrangements, announced Wednc- I
day that a committee ol hostesses \
has been set up to greet hundreds,
of congregation memliers who will
attend Beth David's firs! annual
dinner dance at the DiLido hotel
on Jan. 8.
1 Serving a- hostesses lor the ere
ROD CIT Israel ning are the Mesdames l
Bflkst, I B Befk, fsidor Berman,
Carl Bernhardt. John rVller. MM
Aral) State- were concerned as to Handshu. Max Jacobson, Harvcj
the extent the Khruschev declara Herman, Sidne> Kaplan Murraj
lion forebode further anti-Israel Lazarus, Herbert E Seller frank
actions by the Communist bloc Solomon. Julius Sperlii Vbi
In In- report on the mternation I Steinberg and Aaron Weinkle
al situation, Khrusche\ scored the "The 1 I innual dinnei
American-backed Baghdad Pad promises l0 be the social higl
accusing 111- We-tern Power- ol ,. ,
trying to "inveigle" the And./'1 "" '' K,',h Dv,d and
-late- into an "aggressive bloc more than 400 people are expected
But he said, the Arab people were to attend," Mi Bi
attempt and. he ad
Katz's Kosher Restaurant
LLINS AVENUE
,|NEST QUALITY FOOD AT REASONAI
... u, Arr.njc Vr WetfdiXfll. B.r Mltlv.hi.
Eng.gemmt. and other Soe.al Funett.n.
r.,.lim>nw. W.ne with Q.|.^rFrM^I|hi
isOO COLLINS AVENUE *HONi JE I.7J3,
FINEST QUALITY FOOO AT REASONABLE PRICES
Opn
Ollly
Effects Weighed
Of Khruschev's
at Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
Ba lai 1 it-
plained.
Pr Louis I. Kap I- to
en aiiu 1- luuuwing sympameiic
ally the valiant struggle of the pen bv honored guesl al the affair,
pie ol Jordan against the attempt- rued m Miami this week
1 force their
tl
resisting this
S rt let public opinion has
been and 1- following sympal
A mem
...i >Q*ui 1 aei iiin iii|>i itt... *i 1 wimiiii 1 t >m v n II
to force their conntrj into joining be, 0\ the Univorsitj ol Maryland
ie Ba-hdad Pad ,,, .......... ,
"We understand the yearning
I board oi regents, he came t" al
"i Israe
-nice it came Into be
been threatening
'V iifl'ft. -I IIIH (Ml- xr.lIIIOli;-
ol the people of the Arab nations '0"'i ,h' Orange Bowl
who are figthmg for their lull
liberation from foreign depend
ence One cannot at the same time,
fail to recognize as condemnable
Ihe acts ol the state
which ever
has
neighbors and pursuing a policj
hostile to them."
The Soviet leader charged that
Israel had hem pursuing a policj
hostile to the Arab states iron, the
first daj ol its existence He added
that "imperialist"
Using Israel as a
Ihe \1\1l) nun, ,

powers
in against
ye
Se^v
FTeE INSPECTION
"Set Ynr Classified Mnctirj ter
Oikii Office Ntimt fit '
Member of B'nai B'rlth
S. l. Frcoditian
ond
M. Il< plum
,MEBREW BOOK STOKli
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reservations | from Downtown Miami
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Phone JE 8-7425
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free Perking j R(ar
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OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
CONTACT LENSES
Learn the Seeret of Youth in ty
Send tor Dr. Abrattmm tVeWiew's
Two Booklets: "IIV! A 100 YEARS HAPPILY" and
"THE ROAD TO HEALTH AND HAPPIER LIVING"
$140 EACH
The Spinoia Forum Foundation
124 11th STREET *IA*I REACH 39, FuJ
CHARLES H. RRETHOLTZ
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUMTANT
WIIHCI TO ANNOUNCE THE REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICES
TO
UITE 119
I200 S.W. FIRST STREET
MIAMI FLORIDA
JANUARY I, lS FNllliN ? IIJ1
Hotel Motel Home and AparU
ment Hou*e Otrnern .
We ere here to serve rev with COMPUTE UM OF UMlMi
?CANNON SHEETS BLANKETS SPREADS)
* PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS DISH TOWELS |
Drapes Curtains Bed Pads Plastic Goods
Studio and Daveno Covers
Miami Wholesale Corporation
D. SEROTT, Pres.
120 N.E. 9th Street Phone FR 3-8737
Closed Saturday-Oven Swndey Aneale Pi
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I
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January 6, 1956
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OGEN DAVID uSTm MARKET
. I 1'
;v/^v/vv//vy'//^v^V/V,,
1983-1985-1987 S. W. 8th St., MIAMI PHONE FR 3-4218
GRAND OPENING
Miami's Only Strictly Kosher
Delicatessen and Restaurant
.
UI
With the New York Touch
Under Supervision of

.
Central Miami Kashruth Commission
Miami Beach-Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
TUESDAY, JAN
:REE REFRESHMENTS
FREE FLOWERS TO THE LADIES
Complete Catering Department All Cooking Done on Premises
SPECIAL HOURS FOR OPENING
8:30 a.m. til 9 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Featuring the Greatest Name in Kosher Delicatessen by
R10GEH DRUID KOSHER R1EHT PRODUCTS CORP.
168 Longfellow Avenue The Bronx, N. Y.
--3rd ANNIVERSARY--
HANK YOU FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A NEW AND EVEN GREATER -
d
ogen David Kosher Meat & Poultry Market
featuring
The Largest Display of Pre-Cut Kosher Fresh Meats in Miami (No Packages)
Prime Beef, Yeal and Lamb Exclusively by: CORT PACKING CORP. OF MIAMI AND BROOKLYN
Watch for Sensational Meat Specials To Be Announced MONDAY. JAN. 9th
in the Miami Herald Grocery Section


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OPIHMG TNf flOW IS THl BIG )0B
Community Leader Leaves Us
\l.ha Eban lold several hundred Miami Jewish coma
Ij.i week al Weatview Country Hub that his governrnentku
nt! it the crossroads of unimaKinable disaster and reajikj-
i ,|nt think these community leaders rightly heanJl
Ms message will he received with greater enthusiasm else*w
Myerson Israel's Minister of Finance, some ten dayi j_
revision upward of the S25.000.000 emergency fun.t to
i of $100,000,000 above the 1956 Imted J~
Koa| Creator enthusiasm is certainly going to be needed ha,
other Jewish communities across the nation if both Mr EblT
Myerson ife to appear at all realistic
[I net that these Israeli spokesmen are failing t0
Mtion ol their listeners Without a doubt. Amhassadorl
4 hi- Westview audience in a kind of hyn
nee his message had been imparted, he wa< met _
No one who heard him here will que^ti.,n the* fact*
brought to his words the same eloquence asdi
h mark hu magnificent oratory in the halls of the UnkaH
anyone sensitive to the poetic use of language,
IBM| hi> audience.
The truth is, however, that after frequent exposure ta yj
manner, on* tends to divorce what he has II For clearly psychological reasons the
r the what, and the result is the emh
, ,,t Westview. Now. Federaiion
the Ambassador appeared hen
th this position and may. perhap- (eel than
. and liberally. They certaahj
tten than I

SEPTEMBER 1955 AND REEVALUATION OF POLICIES
the point of view n
1 to come am- .m^j
h .
.. fai;le achievcmen;
nation. Golda M-
b* increased by some $7!
would offer t .
understand Mr Khar.
the Unbassador discu-
tbe fac-- : lurrent Arab .
he Near Ei
m there Arab host
-i aching into the very err.<
*S
balance of power 'Se bckj
:he destiny ol Israel *
,mple. are newer and naere lr-^-ediatei
: newness and immediacy in
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Indeed, for the sake of eaapfca&mn.: argeacf.
Mo a concentrated distassiea of the T.pact *t!
date on which Col. Nasser publich annisataH
the focus of these two atsues.
- eclipse ouid be especially sagnificar- a
- : -c Israel cause becaase it releases the can
beanaf the stigma m State Department
Israel-Arab controversy and raises it to one of
; also offers a sew mesas of appeal la the.
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adequately
resfoaatea to the
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scs ETks C POSSltlUTY SEEMS MOST PwOaABLE
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V- i -.sequence the destrwetaea of Israel '
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rner. of Miami Beach,
,l;,v revealed that the an-
Combined Jewish Appeal
Residents Division dinner
j, held at his home, 6455
ev dr. circle.
>t ,,i honor' and principal
r at tho dinner event will
;, Hirsrhma'nn. nationally
writer, advisor to the "State
merit and United Nations
k| who bM recently returned
1-rat'l.
social affair is scheduled for
day evening, Jan. 12, and
attended by nearly 100
and their wives, who will
I) the division's effort in be-
Tf CJA'a record 1956 goal.
. year, earner, who is serv-
I econd year as chairman
unit, was responsible for
Jin the Winter Residents
Ira Hinchm
ith Clubs Pick
w Officers
tion results of five of the
N.uith clubs meeting at the
Gable* Jewish Center were
nice! this week by Mrs. Sam-
lock. chairman of the joint
activities committee.
club program is co-sponsor-
the Greater Miami Jewish
u:.i\'. 'enter and the Sister-
D! IIk (oral Gables Jewish
ted wm (oral Gables Scn-
Bdward Reiss, president;
h -Nmielman, vice presi-
Michael, secretary,
ilagida. treasurer.
1 Eleanor Friedel, prcsi-
tochelle Mindcll, vice presi-
Harriet Auenshtat, secre-
Myrnt Dolinger, treasurer;
inch, pledge mistress; and
Topf, sergeant-at-arms.
Si i wart Harolik, presi.
hillip I'allot. vice president;
Cantor, treasurer.
Jane Kopelman, presi-
)iane Gale, vice president;
Bariech, secretary; Harriet
one. treasurer; Ginger
chaplain; Toby Grocsman.
t at-arms.
e-Teens Bunny Goldberg.
nt; Ann Perkell, secretary;
Grossman, treasurer; Jean
chaplain.
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iJSJSS? m ,T\l ,hr T s,avia- where h" conferred with
important M (Idle hastern mis- Marshall Tito His report to the
s.ons undertaken by this gOWBfl State Dapmlment helped formu.
MffMhm^ ft* V?u ??*\Y* Pr,s,n* S 'vemment pel-
Hirsehmaiin is one of the lew icy toward Yugoslavia. It was dur
intimate knowWdgfe of the tangled Ono World Award
skein of relationships underlying All in all, H.rschmann has made
the present ominous situation in twelve trips to Israel most of
the Middle East ..... j,hem on diplomatic missions.
During World War II. Mr Hir- On his latest trip, he conferred
schmann served as special attache with Moshe Sharett then Prime
of the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, j Minister, and also with Prime Min
Turkey, and special representative i ister Nasser of Egypt
of the war refugee board set up I Hirschmann, for many years
by the late President Roosevelt, was a leading figure in the retail
which helped bring thousands of department store field, serving as
refugees out of the Balkans. His'vice president of Bloomingdales
book. "Late Line To A Promised land Saks Fifth Avenue. A pioneer
Land," written out of those ex in radio and TV, he was the foun-
penences, was one of the mostjder of radio station WOR in New-
influential of its kind. 'ark and WABF in New York
Final Figures in Israel Bond Campaign
Show Sales Up 22 Percent Over 1955
Final figures for State of Israel
Bond sales in Greater Miami for
1955 showed a 22 per cent increase
over the previous years, chairman
Jacob Sher announced this week.
A total of $640,000 in Israel
Bonds was purchased by Greater
Miamians. an increase of $115,000
over 1054, Sher reported. Similar
increases were registered through-
out the United States and Canada,
although final figures are not as
yet available, he said.
Sidney Glazier, city manager of
the bond drive here, is in New
York attending a staff meeting of
the Development Corporation for
Israel which will make the final
selection of a site for the Interna-
tional Mobilization Conference to
launch the 1956 Israel Bond drive
Sher said Wednesday that he be-
lieves Miami Beach is "an almost
certain choice." If this area is
selected, he pointed out, it will
bring hundreds of Jewish commu-
nal leaders from throughout the
world to Miami Beach in early
February.
With the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal in its most active phase, work-
ers of the Israel Bond campaign
are now concentrating on a collec-
tion effort. Some $70,000 in bond
commitments for 1955 remain to
be redeemed.
Trustees. Guardians and Spon-
sors of Israel for 1955 may reenroll
for 1956 now by contacting the lo-
cal bond office at 1544 Washington
ave. Trustees are individuals pur-
chasing more than $10,000 in bonds
each year. Guardians and Sponsors
are persons buying $1,000 or more
in bonds during the current year.
Those who reenroll prior to the
International Mobilization Confer-
ence will be Charter Trustees,
Guadians and Sponsors of Israel
for 1956.
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Brilliant Opera Season to Open Here
With Mozart's Xosi Fan Tutte an. 17
The most brilliant open "f JSTSTttS midnight
in Florida's hiatory begins Jan. ]
,n Florida's hiatory begin; Jan n ''" (, Th(. columbui > *
Jitb the aUT-atudded prrlnrmana; onto g ,,,, J.000
of Mozart's "Com Fan Tutte gjjj; ,,. mld to
I for Lovers") to be P^^rof the Opera Guild Since
sented to English, reservations are limited to SW,
si. Metropolitan Opera atars reservauo .|It|,iu|
will headline the say come.lv o midnighl rtar supper
be presented in the Dad*! count ^ ,, ,,-
auditorium on Jan. 17. and aero* ;rni).lii;i u bj Mrs Rad
Biscayne Hay in the Miami Beach "**SCJ an(j Ml,
___ i ...... ,t l hi* ;tf-
MS Campaign
Kicks Off Here
Multiple Sclerosis campaign for
$100,000 to be used for research,
a nursing home and rehabilitation
of the estimated 2.000 victims in
Dade county will start Friday.
Jan. 6. .
A week-long canister dri\e
hrnnihut the Miami area will do. ........,
Sided b,' Mra. Stephen Contos. VV1,1 headline the gaj comedy.
chairman 'of the "MS Supermarket
Brigade."
More than 2.000 volunteers are
needed to help collect funds it the
campaign is to be a success, Mrs
Merel M. Dunne, president ol tne
Greater Miami Multiple Sclerosis
Association, said. "The suppoi
the public is urgent 1> needed if
the key to the mysterj ol MS Is to
lie unlocked "
Peoples National
Elects Day Apte
Vice President
Day Apte has been elected vice
president of The Peoples National
Bank of Miami Shores, and he ol
finally took over hi- post Tuesdaj
on his return to Miami after a
lapse of several years.
Apte. a lifetime resident of
Florida and former Miami business
and civic leader, will make his of-
fice at the Miami Shores bank.
In accepting the post, Apte return-
to the scene of his early btli
successes. He came here in 1923
and. with his brother, R. Williams
Apte. organized Apte Brother-
Brokerage Co.
Day Apte was active in the firm
until he retired in 1946. While in
Miami, he was a director of the
First National Bank here Activi in the organizatii i
in numerou- business, civic and big hall, 1828 Alton rd.
religious organization- locally, he; In-tallins staff "ill he h(
was an organizer of the Greater by Mrs Jerrj district
Miami Jewish Federation, for eight deputy pn District 24
year- president ol Temple Israel
opportunity to meet
the atari
upper
|ol-
mem l
*s ssr s. ar-........<
Sfebcr
MocWo/ters
Jan. 19, by the
auditorium on
Op, ra Guild ol Greater Miami
.i the at-
elaborati an
uthentic air to th<
penturj comedy, set in romantic
. i j Ma
Music-lovers all over the world
,...,. Mozart this year, with
,| his op
tiled for cities on both -
Atlantic Jan 26 will mark the
200th
. birth.
i r on thi- season, the i
Guild will present Puccini's "La
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6.1956
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g American Militarist Gen. Stratemeyer Emerges as Darling of Lunatic Fringe in Letter
. -----J (mm PlM 1 A U>av fiohtlna f> _.._____ft w ^
Continued from Pae 1 A
|nti,Semitcs? ADL national chairman Henry
Lrote Stratemeyer to find out.
o to the ADL, Stratemeyer asked: "Who are
(!ir organization to tell me what I should read
should recommend other loyal American citi-
Not until I read John Beaty's book 'Iron
tvr America' did I learn what was going on
L United States of America while I was over-
seas fighting for my country. Your letter is the most
outrageous communication I have ever received in my
Schultz answered Stratemeyer, defending the ADL
position, and expressing hope that the General would
soon "realize that your years of service to this nation are
too precious to be sullied by any aid or comfort given,
albeit unwittingly, to our enemiesthose who seek to
divide us and to set man against his neighbor."
The ADL feels the General must now decide whether
he belongs with George Van Horn Mosely, the ret in I
General who disappeared to oblivion through association
with anti-Semitic extremists or with such military ofli-
crs as President Eisenhower, General Bradley and Gen-
eral Marshall.
n Beach Financier Views Outlook
ater Miami Expansion During '56
fcach h;is completed one
growth In building and
ther that of re-
j remodeling.
the opinion of C. L.
I pioneer Miami Beach
president <>f Chase Fed-
. and Loan Association
(resident of the United
[ and Loan League.
Etch itself is built up
[pletely," Clements said.
I ippens anywhere, the
investor is faced with
to the outlying
lild or improve what is
pi, The result is a trend
ment of existing
rend started at Miami
recently. I look for it
in 1956. With the prev
building and the value
Inil it is economically
jnprove present property
i ited Miami Beach
I), p.nt ment figures for
k up Ins statement. New
[n on the Beach was es-
150.050. Of this,
[u,i- represented by 'ive
\ ..i.i,.; the Eden Roc and
085.068 spent on addi-
improvementa topped
llOO -pent on all living
|uding private homes,
i duplexes.
lea i n't overbuilt," he
has the peak in popula-
reached (ireater Miami's
pep on growingproba-
rate oi 10 per cent per
in population, as Dr.
idlt of the University
las predicted."
or not the credit re-
imposed by the Federal
pn Bank earlier in 1955
ilaxed after the first of
subject to question, in
p of the veteran Miami
lender. "Don't be too
sy money. Credit may
IP
[w more money availa-
than in 1954. but there
In even greater increase
What happened in '55,
Explained, was that spec-
piMcrs decided iL was a
lor building and tried
too much. There just
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"The outlook for South Florida
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1956. All indications point to a
good tourist season and industry
and agriculture are healthybet-
ter than some places up north."
And the money to produce credit
depends upon people's savings, he
emphasized. "It is when these ac-
cumulated savings are drawn upon
too heavily that credit restrictions
become necessary and it may well
be that the demand for credit in
1956 will outstrip the amount of
savings available. If that happens,
credit will just have to be spread
more thinlythe available funds
made to go further."
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Open House Party to Feature Gifted Soprano
Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith. and function is open to all members
F.mma Lazarus chapter will hold a and friends of the B'nai B'rith or-
joint open house on Tuesday eve- der.
Meanwhile. Lcwison and Miss
Litman revealed that Carol Ab-
rams, of the Greater Miami Opera
ning, Jan. 10, at the Colony restau-
rant.
Honored will be all new mem-
bers who joined these organiza-
tions during B'nai B'rith's recent
membership drive.
"Some 100 men and women
elected to join Sholem lodge and
Emma Lazarus chapter during the
recent overall area-wide and na-
tional campaign," Robert Lewi son
and Miss Minna Litman, program
chairmen of the function, explain-
ed, "and we think it only fitting
to express our appreciation."
Joseph Rayvis. president of the
lodge, and Mrs. Alfred Reich, pres-
ident of the chapter, said that the
Guild, will be guest star at the chairmen said.
open house party. A gifted
prano. she will be accompanied on
the piano by her mother. Mrs.
Philip Abrams.
The program will also include
dancing and refreshments, the
Heart Specialist
To be Speaker
Miami chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital will
meet Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 10.
in Melvin Cohen Hall.
Dr. Ralph V. Edwards, president-
elect of the Greater Miami Heart
Association, will speak following
the showing of a cartoon entitled
"Pump Trouble."
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Editor. The Jewish Floridian:
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the supervision of the Vaad Haka-
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therefore we cannot carry any re-
spon-ihility for the Kashruth of
that establishment.
Vaad Hakashruth of
Agudath Israel,
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever.
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Finestone, Mrs.
Ullian Slated
For Installation
\ joint installation of newly
elected officers of Congregation
ami Sisterhood RtMfth Israel ;i-
held Wednesday evening In the
.synagogue. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
installed the officers.
Abraham Finestone was reeled
ed president of the congregation
for the year 1956. and Mrs. Fran-
ces Ullian was reclccted president
of Sisterhood.
Cantor Abraham Self pn
a program of Jewish music accom-
panied by Joseph Sehreibman.
Also elected for the congrega
tion were Louis Dublin, first vice
president: Max Uppman, second
vice president; Benjamin Weiss.
num. third vice president. Milton
Kahn. treasurer; Samuel Weiner.
financial secretary; and Samuel
Goldberg, recording secretarj
Hoard ol trustees are Joe Hader.
I. B. Eisenstein, Ely Gechman,
Jacob Cordon. Harry llalpenn.
Edward Horowitz. Isidor Hyman.
Rev. Jacob Katz, Harry Kregstein,
Morri: Levy, Harry Marlowe, Ed
ward Matthew. Max PickholtZ, Isi-
dor Kuppert. Jacob A Sachs,
Abraham Selevan. Jacob Siegel,
George Simon, Nathan Sugar and
Morris Zitter
Additional Sisterhood ol
are Mrs. Ida Fine-tone Mrs Celia
Ruppert, Mrs. Regina Morris, Mrs
Fannie Sirot and Mrs. Charlotte
Selinger. vice president-: Mrs
Esther Eisenstein, treasurer. Mrs.
Lena Popkin, financial secretary;
Mrs. Barbara Stauber. recording
seCfCtary; and Mrs. Anna Mitchell,
corresponding secretary.
Board of trustees arc the Mes-
dames Rose Bakst, Belle Caplan,
Pearl C.raeltz. Ann Goldman
Anna Goldstein, Mrs. Halpern. Ida
Hurvitz. Toby Jaffe. Sarah Kit/
Sadie Kelinson. Fannie Kregstein
Sara Lippman. Helen McNally,
Bessie Ordover, Sarah Schwartz.
Rose Steiner, Lena Selevan, Raj
Stolow, Gizella Weiss, Sadie Weiss
man and Clara Weinstock.
Yiddisher Forum
Spinoza's Psychology Viewed
"Spinoza's Psychology will be
the topic of the lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson on Sunday eve-
ning at the Spinoia Outdoor For-
um. 11th st. and Ocean ct This
will mark the 21st year of lectures
and discussions at the forum.
which was founded in 1935.
Will Hi.
Farband, BougT
Resumes Programs ffflMg
. Vl,|.|;-her Forum, sponsored chairman. withC
by,i Great.. Miami YFVO Conv CU98in, thp JM
' |(,.umr. lU f,fth season of Niger^ who
,.- .s-tu.da> ereniBK. Jan. lA^ ^
,h Israel Onajegataon. A Tfcf J-,
InitirfmK the m* w.ll be
Kuhel Horn renrtWrWO" pootcss.
will discusi "The Impact of
.Iseph Opetoshu on Yiddish Liter- Rdbbl Stein to be
| other lecturers to appear during
the winter season will be Jacob
Leschinsky, economist: Beta la 1
man, sociologist; Prof. Jacob
ronomist; Dr. Alexander
Mukdoni. journalist and critic:
Dr Isaac I'ntcrman. Biblical
tcholai
M-o scheduled are Dr. Jacob
Bhatski, historian. Rabbi Yaakov
nberg, of Beth David (ongre
man, will introduce)
Greater Miami
and Sisterhood (},
will hold a jomt ,
afternoon. Jan 9, m
gregation Rabbi
Beth Jacob Cnnye
guest speaker.
teacher and coma
C'haim Grade, poet
Saul Raskin painter i
and Yehuda FJberg,
director of the
cation: F.hiel Lesowoder. local | Histadrut committee.
Final arrangements are being completed for the testimonial
dinner being given to B. I. Binder, president of the Hebrew
Academy, Feb. 5 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Standing are
Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Academy, and Her-
man Eisenberg, executive director. Seated (left to riqht) are
Frank Brickman, kosher inspector of Miami Beach, and Binder.
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A cooperative apartment hotel,
the first of its kind in Israel, is
going up in the center of Tel Aviv
Situated in the well known Ben
Yehuda St., a few minutes from
the beach and the famous Dan
hotel. Tourist House is -penally
designed to meet the requirements
of American Jews who wish to
settle in Israel, or to acquire a
place of their own for comfort
during their vacations or business
trips to Lsrael
When planning the Tourist
House, special care and consider-
ation were given to making house-
keeping easier and life more pleas
ant for newcomers from abroad
Apartments consist of entrance
hall, studio-bedroom with built-in
closets, bathroom and kitchen with
hot water.
A comfortable lounge on the
ground floor with a buffet, a roof
garden and elevator all will add to
the comfort of the residents Maid
service will also be available Tour
ist House is being erected by the
American Israel Model Housing,
Ltd.. of Tel Aviv. Israel.
The firm of Harry J Sonz, of
1534 Washington ave Miami
Beach, has been appointed sole
representative for Florida Son/
a well known realtor, has for a
long time taken interest in the
possibilities of retirement in Israel
IRVIN GORDON
announce the formation of
GORDON and PON
KOSHER CATERERS
170 N.W. 5th STREET. MIAMI
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luary 6, 1956 _
:al Leaders
Board;
in New York
la l Jewish community
|ve been elected or re-
thc board of directors
Jit Distribution Commit-
ting to the list of offi-
oard members announc-
ck by Moses A. Leavitt,
ktive vice chairman.
Won took place at the
|1 meeting of JDC at the
Vstoria hotel in New
Id to serve was Jacob
ler Combined Jewish Ap-
Liun chairman and Jew-
pition president. Other
Hiti continuing to serve
tnl of directors are Stan-
er-. Miami attorney and
iif the Greater Miami
deration; Wm. D. Sing-
Pederatlon president;
Peiaer, prominent com-
biner md civic leader.
Mected to the JDC Na-
uncil nr continuing to
ll William Agranovc.
Altschul, Sidney Ansin.
rue Baskin, Sam Beck-
rk (arner. Irving Cypen,
mini. Joseph Duntov, I,eo
iiikI \. Fricdland.
Fruchtman, Mrs. Louis
..ii Goldman, Sam A.
.; i rifl (iiN)dman.
; m Jacobs, How-
i Kanner. M. J,
I Ki .nish. Abe Kur-
i ansburgb, Sidney
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
I David Ix-vinson.
\>>i Mailman. Joseph
d< Hirsch Meyer,
Meyers, I L. Mintzer.
ravchick, Kabbi Joseph
OrovitZ, David Phil-
}h M Hose. Sam Rost.
re Sai>ero, Herbert E.
iold Seeder. Mrs. Fsn-
| John Serbin, Harold Sha-
K Shoehet. Harry Si-
Mrs Samuel Simonhoff.
Irkin. Harold Thurman.
Inkle. Mrs Irwin Wein-
Weissel. Mitchell Worf-
)scar Zeltzer.
+Jmst>nbr*Makn
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DURING THE WEEK... IS I SEE IT
Continued from Pat* 4 A
strategically equivalent to our loss of
trophic in terms t the West's global
dominance in the Near Eas
prestige in China and as
defense Van.
This is the golden opportunity, the best non-ethnic argument for
a reevaluation of U.S. foreign policy in the Near East that has ever
been granted Israel, and it dare not be muffed. It would be tragic if.
instead of seizing this opportunity, Jewish State leadersout of a habit
engendered in them by millenia of historycontinue to beg for them-
selves in the name of justice and mercy. Now, as never before. Israel
has the opportunity of operating on a scale of international diplomacy
that is thoroughly familiar to everyone.
Seated (left to right) are the Mesdames Paul Galbut, Bessie
Galbut and Hyman Galbut. Standing are Paul Galbut, Mrs.
Miriam Koklcina and Hyman Galbut.
UN COMMANDMENTS IN NEON
Grandmother of Nine Makes a Holy Gift
Bath Jacob Congregation will dedicate I [a nc-m Ten command-
ment Tablet, which will be displayed on the top of thr -.nai i.
building, during Friday evening services. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will of-
ficiate.
Mrs. Bessie Galbut will present the gift to Rabbi Stern on the pulpit
of the synagogue. She will be joined by her children. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Galbut. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut. and Mr- Miriam Kokkins. who
will receive certificates of honor consisting of an artistically designed
replica of the tablets.
A dramatic presentation of the Ten Commandments will take place
by the donor's nine grandchildren. These include Howard. Lorraine,
Martin and Allan, children of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Galbut; Robert. David.
Abraham and Russell, children of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut; Joan
and Richard, children of Mrs. Miriam Kekkins. They will recite a con*
mandment on the pulpit, and the Hebrew school choir will join in re-
citing the Ten Commandments.
Rabbi Stern will deliver the sermon of dedication, and Cantor
Maurice Mamches will sing liturgical music.
The Tablets were designed and made in Miami under the direction
of Hyman Galbut.
SWtfl
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March JO. 1954

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Elites Professional Council Reveals Momi
TEfaLi in '55 Campaign Plans Wieale .
BERTE LONG
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TEACHER and SINGER
19 N.W. 23rd Caart
Phone Nlwtao. HIM
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Chosen were Daniel M '
serving his third year as chairman,
menl houa >n; Maurice
an, accountants divisio
. Bead S
ts division M D .....**
am, dentists i Miami;
Walter Vollweiler, opton
nd opticians division. Miami
each; Drs. Emanuel Pushh
es Beckwith, chairnu
David Kirsh.
phvsicians of Miami: Samuel Gold-
an and Jack Jablo, i
with Jerrj Sten
.. and sundrii
Bernard R. Stev. i
i .!. Smith, food dh
,' eiss i "'i Mi r R
men of liquor divisioi
i. Hirsch, barber and
ies; William Shermai
nts division: Sam
vending machines; Hi w<
Harrj Dia-
mond
mi Miami: A ir
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Sat 1
An meetii
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meed for Wedi
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traub, co-worker with Vrtie Kn

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KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
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Guest Speaker:
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RACHEl KORN
Topic:
JOSiPH APOTAJHRUS' IMPACT ON
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n ; asses.
First ses the institute
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Ights dr., and was under
rection of co-chairmen A. Budd
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.ewisohn, World Famous
[horf Dies of Heart Attack at 72
toohn, 72, world-
[ died early Saturday
Heart Institute after
MS,
was vacationing at
\m hotel with Mrs.
. he was stricken
tack. The Lewisohns
-Valtham, Mass., for
[the noted novelist,
li-t spokesman serv-
at Brandeis Uni-
was on the faculty
ll niversity and Uni-
rensin and lor some
of The Nation, a
lion.
in. Germany, Mr.
Drought to this couit-
jof seven. He wrote
|es and many books
international read-
song his best known
|m," "The Creative
ethe: The Story of
Islated a number of
lip original German,
interested in Zion-
ohn became editor
>alestine" and wrote
this field, inelud-
ncan Jew" in 1950.
in. the former Lou-
with him when he
in body was sent
Beach Memorial
Wton, Mass., where
irmiducted in Temple
by Rabbi Joseph
Lv afternoon.
Ufetf lewfceJia
+Jmrtsi>ncr*Mvi
Is survive*! by his wife. Jennie, m.
Marvin, three daufhteni. Mr* Dor-
othy Rubin. Mix Miriam tlreen and
Mm Harriet Klrsn.r; two brothers,
A S.,1 and H |. Weaer. two i
ami ilx grandchildren Services and
l.urlal wm In Newport News, with
Oordon's Miami Kiin.r.i Horn* In
Charts of services.
w ALLAN wl*
six.in,.iiih-iiM son of Mr. a ad Mrs.
Kiel.rl< k Wise, -,; West -,7th at .
Hlalt-ah, .lied Iasc If,. Services wet*
I' 27 In (ToMon's Miami K
Moini with Interment In Mt Nebo
i'. mil. i \
JACOB BERMAN
71. of mm b'W ll ,ii. i 11,
He i am,, here nine >.ni-. a., fn.m
Stamford Conn., and o)s*raud
star* In South Miami II. I., longed
to KniKlitM of I'vthiax ami la nui
In lil wife. Kay; a son, Harold; iru
Amaliters. Mr* Florence MYleillsnder
and Mm Mill.m M\ tn..\ it.Ti 'hree
In..' li.-i. in.luillnc Ham of Miami;
two staters, lm ludlna Mr* M.-u
ban. Miami; and five itrandrhllilren.
lordoiiH Miami runw.ii Home was
In charge of arrangements.
MRS. ESTHER KAMINSKY
47. of MT Collins v, .lied I >. ?:,.
Sho came, here from NVw York I'ity
ten i i'ir ug and In survived by two
aoaa. Italph and llrrnard. Servian*
and Interment were in New York Cite,
with Rtverslde-Hcnch Memorial <"h*i-
el. Washington 'ave.. In ha nee ot
local arrangements.
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DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
I Critic Dies
irt Attack
(JTA) Samuel
f) i, famous Yiddish
r> critic and editor.
jkkend at the age of
Idiicn heart attack.
bukor, near Minsk.
k\ came to the United
latter the Bolshevik
Russia. He had been
[Hinders of the Labor
pent in Russia, stud-
(nivcrsities of Berlin
iited various literary
ilna. and founded in
l.itcransche Mcn.it
jntlily devoted to the
| 07. he attracted wide
high oil criticism of
Hure and through a
work of Sholom
Aleichem.
In New York, he joined at first
the staff of the Jewish Daily For-
ward, and then associated himself
with the Jewish Day with which
he worked for 35 years. He was
the author of about 20 volumes of
literary analysis, criticism and lit.
erary history in Yiddish, Hebrew'
and Russian. and one of the edi-
tors of the Jewish Encyclopedic
Handbooks. He also taught at the
Jewish Teachers Seminary.
One of the founders of the Yivo
Institute for Jewish Research, he
had attended a small meeting of
leaders of Yivo' Saturday night.
and was on his way home in Brook-
lyn when he collapsed of a heart
attack on a platform of the Broad-
way subway line. He died within
a short time after being removed
to Harlem hospital, without regain
ing consciousness. He was a broth-
er of the late Charney Vladeck.
noted Socialist leader and former
manager of the Jewish Daily For-
ward.
SAMUEL SAMSON
H, of ISM Cleveland rd Miami
flench, died Dec. to. Kervicea and
burial were In Mllwauke*-. Wia.. with
!Uvemide-Hca. h Memorial Chapel.
Waahlngton ave.. in charge of local
arrangementa.
MRS. RAE BIALOSKY
&2. of 21s HW ltth tei-.. who came to
Miami from New York five years
ago. died Dec. 24 In a local hospital.
She la survive.! by her husband. Abra-
ham; a aon. Ijswrence Imber; daugh-
ter. Ailene Imber; her mother. Mrs
Sarah Mandel. a brother and sister.
Services were I>ec. 3C In (lordon's
Miami uner.il Home, with interment
In Mt. Nebo Ometery.
SAMUEL EVANS
35. of 117 Kapanola Way. a .talesman.
diedd I>oc. 23 In a HMMl hospital
Surviving are two daughters. .I Man let. his paients. Mr and Mrs
Lewis Epstein: and a brother. Me
< ..in.' to Miami ten years ago from
IViinaylvaiiia Services were Dec |i
In H-llniai.'s Kim. ral <*ha|xl. Miami
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JOaEPH B KOLSER
40. of S42S S\V 12th si who had lived
Serx Hi" past -. unilni
n..in Chicago, died Ihi H ll,. op.r
ii< .1 a Venetian i.inui company, was an
honorary itresMenl of weal Miami
Lions crab, Coral Qlablea Jewish Cen-
ter and tin- Venetian HWnd Manu-
facturer's Asaoclution. Survivors In-
. lu.le his wife. Merle, a son. Clifford,
a daughter. ,l....n m.irh.-r. Mrs
Kolber; and s brother, Stanley Serv-
ice* I i. in tortton's Miami
Chapel, with burial iii Mi Nebo rente-
JOSEPH ELBLONK
k.. of 7."> Jefferson sve., Sled l>.->
.7 lie a me hers |] years ago from
Newark .v.i ami is survived i,> his
wife. Qussle; two sons, Samuel and
Solomon; t.. daughtera, Oertrude
and Lillian. .. brothel ..ml four grand-
children Services f..i iii.- Formal
<'lm.-nt lions,- manager Mtars
i ^ii Newman-ttordon Puneral
chap. i. with burial in Mi Hlnal feme-
terj
JACOB SILVERMAN
I HW i.ii.i a resMenl
fol in m\ v. ..i s. ill.-.I I le. SJ
iii Nan Yorh fit* He Is sarvrved
by his wife. Naomi, two .laualii.i
Mrs Harriet Btnger and Mis Helen
Kpstein. and two brothers, Samuel
and i>n\i.i Kervtct wars m Nan
Y..ik City.
MRS ANNA BRODY
in. of liiJT C"Ilm~ a\e visi-
tor heie for til.- i died
I >e. 14 Kervicea and tmrlal were In
rk. N i with Riverside-Fleach
M.-moii.il I'll ipel In chaise of local
hi rangements.
MAYER MILORAM
7*. of liiKi lam.s n\e. OWnei of the
Mllgraiu Theaters In I'hila.leli.hla,
M IK- Sad been a winter
visitor berg for the past < v.art
Services and burial were In Philadel-
phia, with Rlveralde-Beach Memorial
I'hapel Washington ave.. In charge
of local ai nts
JOSSEF FELDMAN
K6. of ISSS Euclid ave. who cams
here ears ago from Norwich,
t'onn died Dae. -I He was a retired
operator of a general store and is
nrvlved l>> Iris wife. Ilesai.-. and a
daughtir. .Mrs Helens Jacobaon.
Servi.et were Dec. 21 In Kiverside-
llea.h Memorial Chapel, Washington
with burial Hi Mt Bhutl Ceme-
li
BENJAMIN MARKS
.".9. of MS Majorca ave. Coral flabtss,
di.d Dan, .'.: Hurlal and services
Wat's In New York, with Cordon's
Miami Funeral Home in charge of
atrangetnents lorallv

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go oll-electricl
economical to go
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MRS BERTHA FURMAN
I r.:'l Mei Mian ave.. Miami
died I -! II Hellmaii s I-in
eral Chapel WSJS In HiarSS or nrraiig. -
menu
MORRIS VONKELOWITZ
7i. of i;.! sw i nil si died >
(iordoii Miami Kiin.'.il Home was
In li.irne of .it-rangeim-iit s
MAURICE A. WEOER
'.'. "I J"L'7 HW tith st who eameliere
five years ago from Newport News,
\ .1 ill. ID) He was a retired
wholesale confectioner and belonged
itlthwesl Masonic lodge. Scottish
Itllo and ll.th Kl C.ngiesatlon H.
HENRY SPRINTZ
tin. of :*V.i Alton nl Miami IV
.heii last week Services ws pec.
II in Temple Israel, with l.urlal In
1111 eland Cemalerj Newman-Obr-
don I-' i ii al Honw sn bn oharts of
.11 ralig.iiiilils.
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;;j. of 67(0 HW 'Ii Isl died IH--. 22
In a lo.al hospital Sue had lived
'ii years, coming from Boston,
and \*.i- a membei ..r West Miami
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GRAND OPENIN
TUESDAY, JAN. 1
Another Complete Food Fair
STRICTLY KOSHER
MEAT MARKET
serving Southwest Miami at
21st AVENUE and
CORAL WAY
22nd STREET S.W.
ISTS
X'2
This new Kosher Meat Market and the one on Miami Beach at 19th
Street and Alton Road are under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E
Rackovsky and endorsed by the Greater Miami Yaad Hakashnrth.
Now TWO fine Kosher Markets operated
by Food Foir to serve you the finest of
Strictly Kosher Meats and LocaNy KiHed
and Dressed Poultry at all times.
SERV.CE AND SELF-SERVICE


n
j
University of Miami concert manager Marie
Volpe has a perfect right to be delighted over the
fact that the UM orchestra will be led by Sir
Thomas Beecham on Apr. 15 and 16. .
And it certainly isn't too early for Mario to be
bubbling over it. For the famous 90-year-old con-
ductor, who spurned his family's Beecham's Pills
(tryIf not its fortunefor a distinguished career in music,
a concert way back in December (that's last year) at Festival
London to honor Finland's master Jan Sibelius. .
aria's busily explaining to friends that the affair was "simply
mil." what with 90-year-old Sir Thomas paying just homage
elius, who, himself, turned 90 during the final month of
.tails include these facts: Secretary of State of the Finnish
Ministry presented Sir Thomas with the highest order of
i nment. Commander First Class of the Order of the White
.inferred upon him by Finland's President in the presence
bassador Sakari Tuomioja. .
lor the I'M orchestra's energetic manager. Apr, 15 and 16
-I around the corner. Mario anduhe orchestra's friends will
Sir Thomas with keen delight.
;-prise birthday party was among a host of other gay sur-
lor Mrs. Ida Kossova last week in the Algiers hotel Schehera-
oom. .
-ts at the party were Ida's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Fred Nesbitt .
Nesbirts Frad's a Beach attorneycounted among guests
; ular Chuck Posnort.
onal Alumnae chairman of Sigma Delta Tau Mrs. Morton
t a as tnastmaster at an annual luncheon of the sorority last
n the Algiers hotel. .
Miriam extended invitations to chapters at the Universities of
i .ma and Marylandhere to spur on their teams during the
en I Orange Bowl gameto meet Greater Miami SDT alums
' luncheon social event. .
*r*. Charles Festinger was in charge of entertainment, with
..-.ions being handled by Mrs. Murray Dubbin.
>>>> |s*m Kay, noted oceanfront realty man, became a father-in-law
daughter Marilyn exchanged vows recently with Sidney Thai,
dire, a graduate of Pennsylvania Military College. .
I Sid's a World War II hero, and he and Marilyn will set up
r 0580 Allison rd. on the Beach.
[Mrs. Lewis Palay was delighted by the visit of daughter
rta during the holidays. Roberta's sister, Marcia, pitched in
i 'he stay a memorable one. .
[She and husband Dick Koch were entertained at many activi-
here hosted by former school friends and young-marrieds
I've missed the Koches since they left Miami Beach four
Iths ago with infant son Jeffrey to live in the New Jersey
[A lavish luncheon hosted by Mrs. Buddy Courshon honored
rta and Dick prior to their return North.
producer Irving Mansfield and his wife are sojourning at
E le hotel. .
(Is report that they sure do get around. The Mansfield*
n spotted at the Park Avenue, the Patio and in cozy hud-
with TV star Robert O. Lewis.
event)] annual Orange Bowl Rendezvous Buffet Luncheon
pi Roof Carden of the Biscayne Terrace hotel Monday included
li list reading like a society register. .
| The Julius Jay Perlmutters were hosts to 16 couples: the
ter Butlers, Judge and Mrs. Stanley Milledge, Mr. and Mrs.
\r*n Sanchai, of Tallahassee, the Irving Cypens, Robert Floyds,
M. Gerstels, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Johnson. .
Also Dr. and Mrs. H. Franklin Williamshe's University of
ii vice presidentMr. and Mrs. Floyd D. Cerf, Sr., the Harry
irnicks, Carl Gardners, Al- Blocks, of Tallahassee, Leonard
is, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Davidhe's House speaker in the Florida
Bal-Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brodsky, of New York City, and Dr.
I Mrs. David B. Steinman .
[Some 457 guests and friends attended last year's luncheon
Dt. which had nothing on this one.
>>>><<
Henry Dubbin, noted Miami Beach industrialist, has an in-
(tinu looking knuckle-duster gold ring on his right little
cr .
Henry tells friends "it's a sample." And he's not far from
ig having been made by him from gold nuggets mined by the
in company in French Guiana. .
Henry simply had a few irregular nuggets soldered together
ten circle to form the unusual ring.
[Miami lovely, 17year-old Joan Marcus, is the pride of Mr. and
David Marcus, 61 SW 31st rd. .
A Miami High senior, Joan's been named state winner of the
lh diinual Voice of Democracy contest co-sponsored by the
Ma Junior Chamber of Commerce, National Association of
and TV Broadcasters and the Radio-Electronics-TV Manu-
irers Association. .
[Pretty, green-eyed and blonde Joan was awarded- a trophy for
| prize-winning speech, which will be judged in a national con-
sometime next week. State Jaycee chairman George Drake
>>>
Mayor of Cornwall. Ontario, for 18 years, renowned official
n Horovitx, is vacationing at the Algiers hotel with son Joel. .
Mayor Horoviti is resting after his successful effort to raise
" million dollars for his town's newest hospital.
I >>>
Three generations of a family were in the area after their
from icy Far Rockaway, New York, when Mrs. Sonla Gelfend
I daughter Mrs. Fey Lebowitx visited Senia's daughter. Miss Ann
P"g .
I With them was Fay's daughter. Mrs. Gladys Stelnoc. The trio
Ijined until after New Year to attend the wedding of Ann's
Hew, Alvin Bakst, to Mia* Joan Wexelmen Sunday night at the
lers.
ttte ClA
oman s
eW ittJliewiislb-IEJIiOicildliiaun
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Friday. January 6, 1956
Section B
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher (left) greet Ambas-
sador and Mrs. Abba Ebon at Weetview
Country Club where some 200 Combined
Jewish Appeal leaders last Wednesday
heard stirring address by Ebon urging all-out
support in the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal
crisis campaign.
Planning board of the second annual banquet
of Beth Israel Congregation are seated (left
to right) the Mesdamee Harry Milsen. publici-
ty; Irving Schwartz, banquet chairman: Isi-
dore Friedman. Sisterhood president; and
Morris Mager. program. Standing are Marria
Weinstein. president of the congregation, and
David Goldstein, vice president and building
chairman. Not shown is Moe Grundwerg.
banquet co-chairman. The function is slated
for Jan. IS at the DiLido hotel and will include
the installation of Rabbi H. Louis Rottman as
spiritual leader.

Speakers Slated by Pioneer Women Club:
Guest speaker at a dinner to be
given by Pioneer Women Club II.
on Sunday evening. Jan. 8. at the
Royal Hungarian restaurant, will
be well-known Zionist Labor lead-
er, Abraham Hamlin, general sec-
retary of the Histadrut district
with offices in Boston.
To be honored by Club II at
the dinner are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Bookspan, Mrs. Sophie Kranti and
Mr. and Mrs. William Malmuth, it
was announced by Mrs. Ida Jacobs,
president.
Mrs. Minnie Shubow, cultural
chairman, will preside for the eve-
ning.
Mrs. Rose Gersten is chairman
of a card party sponsored by the
Golda Myerson Club of Pioneer
Women to be held Tuesday eve-
ning, Jan. 10, at Beth El Syna-
gogue. Co-chairman of the affair
is Mrs. Bess Epstein.
When Kadimah chapter of Pio-
neer Women holds its regular
meeting Thursday evening, Jan. 12,
at the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, guest speaker will
be Mrs. Margaret Cann, adminis-
trative supervisor of the Miami
Filter Center.
Mrs. Cann will also show a film
to illustrate her talk, according to
Mrs. Albert Shkoler, program
chairman.


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rjenisl'r**:***'7-
a4but %,> SpccM tjavorite*
Wise Homemaker Prepares Herself
For Many Mid-Winter Parties Ahead
By LEAH LEONARD
With reci
ist around the corner for i
winter, II is .1 wise homemaker
plans ah ;ad and 1- prepared
Of course there 1- always th
sweets table" to go with drinks,
i! fruit punch (plain or spiked
chan Following are 1
recipes i"i tidbit> that can be
prepared long in advance as Ihej
keep in well covered containers
Next in importance are main
ishes thai can be prepared in ad-
vance and served with a minimum]
m fuss and bother from spread
\ our own canape items to filled
puffs, knishes, cheese, ti-h or meat
-.dad rings; tongue and or sausage
rolls; quenellen [tinj hamburgers
and the customary Bppetiiers like
pickles, olives, spiced crabapples
and peaches
Here arc a icu calculated to Ik
helpful:
Cocktail Knishes and Fillings
4 cups all-purpose flour
teas] salt
I '. cup- '- table short* nil
oil
ic< watt r or fruit
.in.
Sift together flour i I into
l> w\ 1 il
a wire pastr> bit

\il d
while
Wrap
....
. : I
- ini Cut into 24 inch
r unds
ti
Bin
a small I
ing fillings in the centi
pastry, fold over,
lether with the tim
l a fork or fluted cutter Brush
11 the liquids men
tioned and bake on .1 cookie sheet
15 minutes at til! lightlj
irowned -
efore serving
at 350 .
Fillings:
l ottage (her,, and or a 50-50
combination of cottage and
cream cheese maj be mixed
with chopped nuts, sugar, cin
namon plu- 1 tablespoon fine
cracker or bread crumbs per
cup. A little sour cream maj
be added n cheese mixture is
too dry
2. Cooked Kasha Croat- mav be
combined with fried diced on
ion and chopped dried fruit. I
sweetened ; I
Oi
cooked
or 1 ultrj
herb season
yields approximate!) 80
Cocktail Cheese Wafers
(Basic Recipe1
11 cup butter or margarine
(] pack.
2 tabtoapoom
type cheese
Dash ot paprika or red pi p|
1 cup sifted all-pui flour
Soften the butter or mar
1 > creaming w ith a fork ii
\ the clu ese and sea-
soning and blend well, then add
the flour and continue mixing
.1 fork till well blended Form thi-
mixture into a l'j inch thick roll
on 1 sheet ,'t hem> ">'v. pai
aluminum foil and roll up
(.'hill 3 hour- ( nu 1 it the
dough into :- inch thick slices
\ but flour
du-ted cookie sheet Mark the
edges with the tines ol ., fork il
1
Bake
12 t< :
\ 18 to 56. depei
Fish Souffle Salad
1 1..
1 cup flaked 1<
perch or P'
1 ti -'
1 CU| chopped lettuce
eh-.
par
Dissu
lonnau i
Tarn into n

'nil in tl
to I
1 '
Mocha Eggnoj
ilks
cup il
1 1 up -
-1 cup in Ik
I ,_- wl
"J CU|
' I
salt ai lill thicl
then
slowl) blend in thi alter
white
till .-:
into tl
S
Flamingo Court to Install Office
M,- Jadl Bernard will be in- '
royal matron and Jack
prj patron at coron il
uiirt No
nith. on Sat-
, Hibiscus ldge.
oallmg tfk*? Mv
'' '' ''
iroturUai mi-
e Frazli
be m-la!lmg
.....- 4*1
'I'TiajoS
Cancer Specialist Slated
Kaufman will speak
- ,.| CuMtv" at a
Greater Miami
\\ iinen ORT.
l talk h\ a movie
mamh.ll, and K.chard V,
ter. grand royal patn L
nuirshoUs aide *M
Otter, are Kate Se
matron. *> curonatua
and Mrs. Bei
matron, n. prelate
.vldttlntal offiew
' "eph
iate pal
Sklirew, as c
t<-r Gross .tfe
Mrs Essie II
Mrs Pearl San,;,,- marshj
ea-t; Mr*. Bertha
marshall in th-
Mrs. May Ii ,iB^
Mrs. Rom pnlg\
Lillun Gotle.ni,, histon*]
t'hilip Smolev faith; Mrs
Haas, wisdom. Mr- Kile
chairman of tru-tee->
Treat yourself to delicious
coffee... and sleep, too!
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BE THIN
SWITCH FROM
SUGAR TO
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[January 6, 1956
* Jewish IhrHiir
Pago 3JJ
[ctmn
ine fain \^Jn the issah Groups to Participate in
Varied Programs at the New Year
,
topu< croup of Hada Mh
;,t the Colony restaurant
u prom-am will he the
(i old child prodigy, Bohhy
studying with Martin
,,l Boston, Mass., who has
lince he was four years old.
aker is Ilabbi Yaacov
\ -|>nitiial leader of Beth
EBl subject will
i Today."

[; eeting of Hanna Senesch
I; rladassafa will he held at
Iborne hotel, on Monday
Jan. 9.
Pansy Flaum. of "The Pan-
< i shop.'" will give a dem-
Ion on floral arrangements
r
_
i Wohl will be guest
at the meeting of the
S Wlsa group of Hadas-
[Monday noon. Jan. 9, at the
regional president of Had;,-,.!,,
and Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
American affairs chapter coordi-
nator, will discuss, "American Af-
fairs. Zionist Relations and United
Nations."
The meeting will be held in the
home of Mrs. Kirvin Shafton. 29
Bay Heights dr., Miami.
*
Israeli group of Hadassah will
hold a membership tea on Monday,
Jan. 9, at the Algiers hotel. The
program will consist of a musical
skit.

Henrietta Szold group of Hadas-
sah will meet on Monday after-
noon. Jan. 9. at the Vanderbilt ho-
tel, with Mrs. Sam rrankel pre-
siding.
Guest speaker will be Mr. Sam
J. Heiman. campaign chairman of
the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Heiman will speak on "My Trip to
Israel."
Mrs. George Goldberg is chair-
man of dinner dance to be giv-
en by the Herzl group ol Ha-
dassah on Sunday, Jan. 8, at
the Latin Quarter. Co-chair-
man i* Mrs. Abbot Karlin.
omefront
All-English Style
Refreshments at
Brummer Table
Discussion, unusual entertain-
ment and novel refreshments were
on the agenda Thursday evening,
when officers and prospective
members of South Florida Division
of American Jewish Congress met
at thp home of Cantor and Mrs
Philip H. Brummer. Miami Beach
Leading the buslnasa M.
was Mr, Batty Alderson, field
worker from New York, who pre-
sented an outline of international
events in the civil rights field.
Hostesses were Mrs. Brummer
and Mrs. LcRoy Goldberg, both
natives of Great Britain, and an
all-Fnglish style refreshment table
was the interesting feature of the
evening.
Mrs. Brummer is vice president
and chairman of the South Florida
Commission on Law and Social
Action of A.I Congress
Kantor Novel Will
Be Reviewed Here
Fourth in a series of book re-
views sponsored by the Greater
Miami chapter vf ( Hadassah will
lake place on Tuesday afternoon.
Jars >0. a 'VvCIt theatre.
Wrs r M. \VMnTh wilrdiscuss
"Andersonville." by McKinlay Kan-
tor.
Proceeds go towards the child
vocational program in Israel. Mrs.
Donald Murray is coordinator of
Hadassah book reviews.
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
call for
STRONGER Yet SAFER)
ANACIH
Won't Upset The Stomach
Anacin* not only g-ives ttrongtr,
iattir relief from pain of headache
ut is alto laftr. Won't upset to*
atomaeh and has no bad effects. Yon
see, Anacin is like a doctor's pre-
acription. That is, Anacin contain*
not just one but combination of
medically proven, active ingredients.
Scientific research has proved *
linglt drug can give such strong yet
such safe relief as Anacin Tablets.
Wohl is national Youth
ice chairman, member of
mill board and United^
:i of world Jewish
Daj She is also former
i i llie Long Island re-
-ah.

\ >up of Hadassah will
regular meeting Monday
;it the Sorrento hotel.
-ical program will feature
lei Golden, violinist with
I itj of Miami Sym-
k roup on Monday. Jan. 9.
J. nl two wall known speak-
pani I diaeuaataa.
Irwm Weinstein. Florida
Party Tuesday Eve
hood ol Kncseth Israel
_ at ion will hold a card
Tuesday evening, Jan. 10,
,nagi uc Mis Wolf Sirot
ot the fund raising
fhy Mountain Valley
iter is Recommended
lor... THE KIDNEYS
if you or bothered
with yeur kidneys and
this it sloe to reduced
kidney function caus-
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[Causes U improper
Idiot, "after 40 slow
1 down" or over-exer-
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Springs, Arkansas,
may help) to:
1. Stimulate the Kid-
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2. Neutralixe excess
uric acidity.
3. Discharge wastes.
fcjT MOUNTAIN VALLEY
[WATER TO THE TEET
5'licious Tasting
ot a Laxative
Wonderful Table Water
GOOD ADVICE:
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p so see your physician if
I persist.
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United Synagogue Youth
Officers Will be Installed
,r
m ucr prwidert Lester I
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Women's Social Event Picks Chairmen as Jan. 16 Hears
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i.eal Women's
chairman Mrs. Samuel
It.lf ha- annourued.n-''oa
Important -ociWtfi&iUO
,i major affair* rm- tour
campaign events marking
I the C'JA drive by
tron patron'* Tea will be bold
It ic ol Mrs Naihan C. Gu-
i PinetffCO dr., Miami
on Monday afternoon, Jan.
i to Vr Simonhoff
'iiincn'- year-round division
an Mrs. Irving Lehrman, the
pn aims to repeat their rec-
I iking fund raisins mark of
I two years.
Patron*! Tea is under the
supervision of the "Se-
..iiii headed by co-eom-
fa Mrs Clem Myerson and
|avid Phillips.
fi in 30 and 40 "lieutenants''
jve witb the "Security" team
P ,'iiunteers in the service
-i workinu committee
\ loped in the Women's I)i
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date are Uu
Abeae, Jacob
schul, Ben I.
Mrs. Jack Ablin
vision CJA campaign. To date 31
of the human services rendered
by li>t rodei of the Greater
ni !< wish !'.-deration, and our
camp. < mfident of
an ovei whelming response from
tlir ranks oi organisations to sevre
in thia/jamrli dzawaW * Simonhoff.
Named to serve on fh? impor-
tant Patron's Tea committee le
eadamei Leonard
Arvey. Louis Alt
Binder. Sam Blank.
Max Boderman. Jack earner, Abe
L. Cassett, Aaron H. (Ourshon.
Jacob Entine. Samuel N. Fried
land, Loins Gtasaer, Sam A. Gold-
stein, Robert Gould, Robert Z.
Greene. Samuel J. Halperin. Sara
Harris
The Mesdamcs Anna W. Hirsh-
man, Gabriel Heattcr. Sam J. Hei-
man. Philip Isaacs. Leon B. Jacobs.
Benjamin Kane, Rose B. Kohl. Mor-
ris Lefkoe. Joseph M. Lipton, Alice
Mayne, Anna Brenner Meyers.
Frances Miller. Stanley C. Myers,
Samuel Oritt, Max Orovitz, Matil-
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Sigma Delta Tau Alumnae
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T*d R .chard Aronaon. niece and nephew of the jK, *]
The new hnde is the daughter of the Natha*
N N Husband Tad u a Uaitararty of Mum,
Mr*. Moll* Aroneaav .
ho wedding anniversary of Minn* Ceka
Bernard Kari ****?, Fr marr*
1r home of Rabbi Morn* Skop. i oral Gam*
,1 |Pafjer Minna's the daughter f the kj
Cohans H< i husband ("Ik* are the Lao Katies.
SI Mat at. Mum.
<,rcator Miami Alumnae Association of.
. nines* auction Jan 9 at the borne o| Mrv
Bfrnlteir Michigan. Welcome are alwBng, ,
: DPhlB and active* to attend and hrian
. art Mrs. Marvin Cwbirman Mrs. Naftai
man Mrv Stuart Shapiro. Miss Janice Brill and Miss Helen
panned DPhiE chap:, r on tat [

SOfOtfTlfS IN THf fOtfftOmT ArT aUtTNOAf TO atflC8TE
They're still diK-u- -a DHfcl
nnuaJ "Home From College
ieek Mrs. Marvin Meitvs welcorred the i
Leslie Bi>s- ': member* in
Sot and Marry Zukernack at th. Khenegl
Herbert F Rewnbaum. vice president ot SI Q nuasjl
N H Melody and Hope were the theme t jej
- Moiodye Hope Weiss on her fourth birthda> Si:- lay, Jan. 1.]
nee 520 SW 82nd ct. Some 2U0 peno*j
Meiodye's personal friends 0a tke
Debby Friedman, tabby Weeraan BBkd Buddy atil
* von
m cuests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack F1nl%|
Mass Bo*s Wolfsan. New York City; and Mrs. Euiucai
- i and the Julius Galnecks. of Scran: Pa
<*cre Mrs. Divratta Broofci Weiss,
Mr and Mrv Morris Brooks, grandparents Mr. and I
Robert c edanaa Mrs. Hymen (Aide) WeKson : -. Hai|
evening was complete. Happ "May
Melodye's grandfather. Morris Broofci bo
the same day While another cake hi
E.3- m Garcia d hia name day was presented
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ON rm BatTN rMMT
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r. at the Ankara motel Cyrus ml
-.^regation Beth Jacob and artist
rael The Otta Arrears and the F A
eek. M a New Year's eve party at the Ml
Seeing in the New Year
er>d Frank Thompson, the Law Kotweaani, Mr. and
A e< Schaoftort and Mr*. Marias. Hechhe.mer
*s the recent birth ot* the Norma**";
Federal president Jack Cop dan i wife
Oobarah home this week after h birth tl
-- her brother. Aasawew Lawn nil i
.- .* Kochroeas. of Little Neck. LJ.. ar* .isrtagl
Mr -; Mrs Boeiiam.n Woisamon. 1446 Meridian a%e tor tl
are children Stvart and Vaaarta A oe tktf
Mr and Mrs. Jock Brettfcwtti. of S35 We-t !oth sL^
the birth of their daajghte- Ci
ber brother. Strran Mark, who b
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Occasaon W the Bar Mttavah of ai
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--. Mf h* wcstview president, the Sol
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\g Kites Unite Miss Marilyn
isman, Samuel Levine in Gables
P GroMtmn be-
Icvinc in double
rites Saturday
4. at the Coral
liter. Rabbi Mor-
d. I>cor of the
c and white.
the daughter of
ix Grossman, Jack-
)n Island. NY.
top of Mrs. Alex
lieach, and the
ilM.
Levine selected
Hy lace and nylon
taffeta fashioned
(lace bodice, cap
eckline. Her wide
ftleman
I Vows
I] U'vinc and Hen-
Inr married at the
m, l on Wednesday.
Morns A. Skop. of
ipwi.sh Center, offi-
H the daughter of
Krvine and the late
<>f 4445 North Jef-
Banii Reach.
| is the son of Mr.
ftman. of New York
return from their
B couple will reside
lace collar was highlighted by
iridescent sequins and seed pearls.
and the very bouffant ballerina
skirt of lace featured a wide
flounce of nylon tulle.
The bridal veil was held by a
crown of tulle accented by sequins
and pearls. The bride carried white
orchids on a Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Wil-
liam Lipman, Trenton. N.J. Junior
bridesmaids were Susan Falk and
Barbara Landers, with Jill Landers
acting as flower girl.
Ushers included Dave Goodwin.
Abe Schaefer, Ernest Ncufeld,
George Klein, Sandy Cohen, Bar-
ney Landers, Jack Kanowitz. Her-
man Marks, Paul Marks and Sidney
Falk. Murray Levine was best man
for his brother.
The bride is a graduate of
William Cullen Bryant High School
in Astoria, L.I., and was graduated
as a dental assistant from the East-
ern School for Physicians Aides in
New York.
The groom attended schools in
Brooklyn, N.Y. He is a vice presi-
dent in the Zionist Organization
and a member of Hibiscus lodge
and Mahi Shrine.
Buffet dinner followed the cere-
mony at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center. After a honeymoon in
the British West Indies, the couple
will be at home at 210 Mendoza,
Coral Gables.
Indent, Attorney Arc Married
Inhle Ring, Candlelight Ceremony
m riny candlelight
K.iiukiy, Dec. 25. at
I Misi Carol Joyce
niter of Mr. and
I::!/. 1576 Daytonia
rd., became the bride of Murray
Dan Shear, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Shear. 1220 SW 25th ave
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated.
The bride was given in marriage
by her parents. Best man was
Frank Shear, brother of the
groom. Ushers were Morris Lev-
itt. Jerry Schwartz, Donald Stone.
Clayton Bernstein and Bernard
Weintraub.
Maid of honor for her sister
was Irma Schwartz with Mrs. Jo-
seph Harris, matron of honor. Sis-
ter of the bride Barbara Diane
Schwartz was bridesmaid, and
Rhoda Deutschman was junior
bridesmaid.
.Judith Deutschman was flower
girl. Mark Levin was ring bearer,
and Melvin Allen acted as junior
usher.
The bride selected a gown of
bow knot lace bodice with illusion
off-shoulder neckline, tiny man-
darin collar dewed with seed pearl
and sequins and long point-to-hand
sleeves. The very bouffant skirt
featured tulle and lace alternating
to give a tier effect. Her sweep
train and custom made clip of
matching lace were held with three
tiers of imported silk illusion.
The bride graduated from Miami
Beach high school, attended Van-
derbilt University and received
her BS degree in chemistry at the
University of Miami, where she
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi social sorority. Alpha Epsilon
Delta national pre-medical honor-
ary society, Beta Beta Beta bi-

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AMI BEACH
Miss Beverly Shore
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Students Plan Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Shore, of
1766 Michigan ave. Miami Beach,
and Hull. Mass.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Bever-
ly, to Jerome Edwin Sheiffer.
He is the son of Mrs. Betty Sheif-
fer. of Newton, Mass., and the late
David Sheiffer.
The couple plans a September
wedding in Boston.
Miss Shore is a student at
Brandeis University, from which
Mr. Sheiffer graduated. He is now
studying at Tufts University school
of medicine in Boston.
Baskins Announce
Susan A Mica's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Benson L. Baskin,
946 Bay dr., Miami Beach, and
Chicago, announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Suzan
Althea, at a family party Dec. 24.
Miss Baskin's fiance is Edward
Allen Fagen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abel E. Fagen, Lake Forest, 111.
She was graduated from Wellesley
College and the Juilliard Institute
of Music.
Mr. Fagen attended Harvard and
ology honorary society, Chemistry
club and was initiated into the
highest women's honorary frater-
nity, Nu Kappa Tau.
She also played in the Univer-
sity of Miami Symphony orchestra.
She is at present attending the
Women's Medical College of Penn-
sylvania in Philadelphia.
Mr. Shear is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior high, where he was a
member of the debating team and
state president of AZA. junior or-
der of B'nai B'rith. He attended
the University of Miami, where
he was vice president of Alpha
Epsilon Pi social fraternity. Phi
Eta Sigma freshman men's scho-
lastic honorary fraternity. Alpha
Sigma Upsilon inter fraternity
honorary and Omicron Delta Kap-
pa national leadership honorary
fraternity.
He received his BA degree cum
laude and continued at the I'm
ity of Miami school of law,
also graduating cum laude. While
there, he was a member of Moot
Court and was leading articles edi-
tor and developments editor of
the Miami Law Quarterly.
President of Nu Beta Epsilon
legal fraternity, he is now a prac-
ticing attorney.
Mill Suian Raskin
Singers Announce
Anita's Betrothal
Anita Singer and Philip David
Goldberg are engaged. Their be-
trothal is being announced by
Anita's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley B. Singer, 2375 SW 25th st.
Parents of the groom-to-be are
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldberg,
2015 SW 22nd ter.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami hik;h school, where she was
a member of Omega Delta P.m
sorority. Pen and Sable Art club
and Future Business Leader- of
America.
She is now an upper freshman
at the University of Miami, where
she la najoriBg in art.
Mr. Goldberg graduated from
Coral Gables hi^h sehool and Was
a member of Sigma Kho fraternity
Also a student at the l'nivcr>ity of
Miami, he is in his junior year
and majors in boailMM administra-
tion and accounting:
Miss Anita Singer
the graduate school of Purdue
University.
The wedding will be in Chicago
early in the fall.
Nassau Honeymoon
For The Kossmans
Following a wedding trip to
MMMU, the Norman A. Rossmaa
Jr.s. will be at home after Feb. I
at 1744 Northshore ter., Orlando,
Fla.
The former Miss Marilyn Gold-
stein and the son of Mr. and Mr-
Norman A. Rossman. Sr.. 4455
Prairie ave.. were married on Dee.
25 at Congregation Ohev Shalom
in Orlando, with Rabbi Maurice
Idell officiating.
Miss Sally Rossman. sister of the
groom, was maid of honor, and Mr.
Ros.sman chose his father M beat
man. Nathaniel Stone, of Miami
Beach, Joseph Goldstein, broth* r
of the bride, and Charles Lane, of
Orlando, served as ushers
pre-medical school, graduated from
Miami High in 1953, where be Was
a member of the Wheel Club and
on the Varsity football team At
the UF he is active in Pi Lambda
Phi social fraternity. Alpha Phi
Omtga service fraternity. Pi Mu
and Alpha Epsilon Delta medic .1
fraterni'ies.
The couple will live in New
attends Tulane
Wedding Bells for
Roberta and Bob
To Ring June 24
Weduing bells will ring June 24
for Roberta Lois Fisher and Robert j
Theodore Salzman. who plan to be l0rlfansi wh,le, he
married in Philadelphia, Pa. medical school_
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Fisher.
2212 SW 9th st. Mr. Salzman is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Salz-
man, 2010 SW 18th st.
Miss Fisher, a University of
Florida student, graduated from
Miami High School in 1955, where
she belonged to Quill and Scroll.
Anchor Club, Tri Beta Council and
served on the Miahi and Times
staffs. She was also Stingaree
Sweetie and a Calendar Girl.
Her fiance, also a UF student in
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:es In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worship
LNADA JEWISH
ITER will hold
irvioea at 5:15
to Heira offici-
t-s will be inau-
l. Subject of the
rd as: "A Great-
Mr. and Mrs.
be hosts at the
lowing. Saturday
ire at 8:30. Ser-
on the Weekly
[services are at
ty Shapiro and
|ciating.
CONGREGA
Friday evening
Saturday morning
BO. Rabbi Joseph
Officiate and dis-
jnce of a Name.*'
till speak on the
[Mincha is at 4Ji\
' Shalos Scudos.
at 7:30 a.m. and
lEL CONGREGA
Friday evening
Saturday morning
30. Rabbi Arie
Ml ind discuss:
fce Manifested in
r Class in Talmud
ui at 8 a.m. Class
r 5 i> m.. followed
I kIiis. Mr.
rti ars harts,
MSH CENTER will
srvkN at
|d Michaelson. di
House at the Uni-
Jii, will discus*:
Public Schools."
Sclm File will be
shahbat in honor
Ian. who becomes
it unlay morn-
90
kNU-EL will hold
Imtviccs at 5 and
In? l.-hrman will
Through Dis-
Saturday morning
Sermon will be
Weekly Portion.
{rummer renders
|on* of the liturgy.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan
?me Bar Mitzvah.
in the chapel at
m.
PARK CONGRE
|lil Friday evening
dedicated to stu-
ioua school. Par-
Maxine Levine,
Ami Bergman,
Ihryn 1-evin, Rob-
|r;i Wcin.stein and
Candelabra pre.
and Mrs. Irving
unveiled. Rabbi
Jl discuss: "The
[Saturday morning
with Rabbi Lerer
nation Within a
is at 4:43 p.m.
fRAEL HEBREW
| hold Friday eve-
5:30. Saturday
are at 9. Laur-
of Mr. and Mrs.
I will become Bar
|aac Ever will of-
Ch on the topic:
|s> in Talmud is
- ffobbi Iro Heim
. "trreatnesi ef Humility"
at 4 p.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m..
followed by Shalos Scudos flyman
Cohen is host. Daily services will
hi ;d 8 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 discoss: "Jewish
Mother." Oneg Shabbat follows
t
CANDLEUGHTING T'.ME
Teveth 15 5:23 p.m.
Irer
'ftratrhraV
under the sponsorship of Bikur
Cholun. Saturday morning services
arc at 8:30. Sermon will be based
on the Weekly Portion. Cantor
Samuel Salkow renders the music-
al portions of the liturgy. Junior
services are in the school chapel
under the direction of Jack Katz
ker and begin at 10 a.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic: "The
Reported Vision of the Pope."
Cantor Jacob Bornstein renders
the musical portions of the liturgy.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will of-
ficiate and preach on the topic:
" 'Life' Gets Religion." Saturday
morning services are at 10:45. Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer renders the
musical portions of the liturgy.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30.
j Saturday morning services are at 0.
Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach
on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is
at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Scu-
dos Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
and 5:25 p.m., with Sunday morn-
ing services at 8.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15. Rabbi Morris
Skop will officiate and preach on:
"Tour of Our Jewish Communi-
ties." Oneg Shabbat follows. Mr.
and Mrs Sol Halpert will be host
in honor of their son, Barry Stew-
art, who becomes Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing Saturday morning services at
9:45.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
!5:15. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Habbi S. T. Swir-ky
will officiate and preach on the
topic: "On Manufacturing Our
Own Gods." Cantor Loaia Garten-
( haus renders the musical portions
of the liturgy. Junior services are
in Yeshiva Hall at 10 a.m. Class in
Sanhedrin will be at 4 p.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan will preach on:
"How Religious is the College
Student?" Cantor Abraham Seif
renders the musical portions of the
GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD
AOli,DATlM. '*RA,EL -HEBREW INSTITUTB-MS 7Sth -at. Orthodox.
lUtilu Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL CONQREOATION-inoO Prairie ve. Orthodox. Kabbl H
Louln Rot t man.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER SL'O, fSth t. Conservative. Rabbi
slay it Abramowlu. Cantor Edward Kteln.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM4144 Chase avo. Liberal. Rabl.l Leon Kronish.
ant..r Samuel Ki-li-tn, r.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL1701 Washington ave. Conservative, Rabbl Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Philip llrummer.
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION::01 -311 Washington ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Tlhor St.rn. Cantor Maurice Marnrhes.
BETH TMLAH CONGREGATION935 Km lid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jo-
seph K. Rackovsky.
HEBREW ACADEMY-91H th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Cross.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 141.', Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rnbbl
Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Abraham Self
TORAH TEMPLE12,4 West ave. American Judaism. Rabbis Abraham
and Louis Cassel.
CORAL CABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER310 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Irving. Robinson.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER44 Zamora are. Conservative. Rabbi It.
Leon II in wit*. Cantor Rudolph Brill.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION- 13.', NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Rabbl
Arle Reeki'i.
HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD'??.', Monroe St., Hollywood.
Conservative. Rabbi Samuel l/rer.
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD2030 Polk st Bollywood. Conserva-
tive. Rabbl Oavlil Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Hetlbraun.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE1S01 South Andrews ave..
Ft. Lauderdale. Reform. Rabbl Marius Hanson.
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER 9:>1 East 4th ave. Con-
Bel v.r. I \ c.
NORTHEAST *
TEMPLE ISRAEL137 ni: Iflth it Reform P.;.bin Jo i ph Narot, Rabbl
b Kaplan, Rabbl Bmerltue. Cam ir Jacob i'
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER M..... North Ml.ml ave
Conaervai n Rabbl Abraham Herson Cantor Albert Giants.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION 1US1 NW 17th ave.
FLAGLER-ORANAOA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER.O NW Hat il
Conservative. Rabbl Loo Balm.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTFR- 1 :: IM Waal I'lxle hwy, Conservative,
Rabbl liiiiiy < ikolUa. Cantor Maurice V
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION Ulth at. ami NK 11th ave.
Con sen i :.. I'.abbi Isaac I.crer.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION -311 Coral
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE NX BVt 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbl
Yaakov Rosenberg- Cantor William W. I.ipson
BETH EL CONGREGATION T.00 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Shmaryahu T. Hwlrsky. Cantor Louis Cartenhaus.
ISRAELITE CENTER319S SW I4th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Samuel Salkow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 1101 tf\V lZth ave.
Orthodox. Rabbl Simon April. Cantor Ilerele Kelemer.
WEST MIAMI
TEMPLE ZION ITM SW 17th st. Consei -\.,U\ Rabbl Alfred Waxman.
Or. Sidney I. Gretnbtrg
Local Educator
Named to Board
Dr. Sidnty I f.reenberg. direc-
tor of education at Temple Beth
Sholom of Miami Beach. was this
week elected a member of the na-
tional executive board of the Na-
tional Association of Temple Edu-
cator*
Dr. GresnbBTg's election came at
the conclusion of the fir>t national
convention of the organization in
New York City
Elected president of the associa-
tion was Dr. Toby Kurzband. of
the Jewish Community Center of
White Plains, NY.
liturgy. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Subject of the sermon
will be based on the Weekly Por-
tion. Rabbi's class is at 4:30 p.m.,
with Mincha and Shalos Seudos
following at 5.
I c
TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday
evening service-, at 5:30 and 8:30.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offici-
ate and discuss: "Names of the
Children of Israel." Oneg Shabbat
follows. Saturday morning services
are at 9. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30. Rabbi David Shapiro will
preach on the topic: "Life's Su-
preme Challenge," Cantor Yehu-
dah Heilbraun renders the musical
portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shab-
bat will follow in honor of Rabbi
and Mrs. Shapiro. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Sermon will
be based on the Weekly Portion.
Daily morning services arc at 9.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okol-
ica will discuss "Are We Getting
More Religion?" Cantor Maurice
Neu renders the musical portions
of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore
directing the choir. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Alan, son of
Mrs Anne I-evinson. and Ru
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fn.-d-
man, will become Bar Mitzvah.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30. Rabbi
Simon April will inaugurate the
tirst in a series of late Friday eve-
ning services at 8:15. Sermon topie
is: "One Year to Live." Saturday
morning services will be at 8:30.
Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Levine, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Cantor Berele Kelemer
renders the musical portions of the
liturgy. Daily services will be at
7:30 a.m. and 5 30 p.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday-
evening services at 8:30. Rabbi
Abraham Herson will preach on
the topic: "Freedom's Greatest
Challenge." Cantor Albert Glantz
renders the musical portions of
the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat follows.
Saturday morning services are at
9. Rabbi Herson will discuss:
"Seventy-OneAn Important Nunv
ber in Jewish Life." Torah class
and Kiddush follow.

BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:20. Oneg Shabbat is
at 8:30. Saturday morning serv-
ices will be at 9. Subject of Rabbi
H. Louis Rottman's sermon is:
"Elders in Israel." Bible class will
be at 4 p.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos. Week
day services are at 7:30 a.m. and
5:25 p.m.
i
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
officiate and discuss: "Moses Ac-
cording to Freud and Ahad
Ha'Am." Cantor William Lipson
will render the musical portions of
;the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat follows.
I Saturday morning services are at
9. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs
Ralph Bogish. will become Bar
Mitzvah. Junior services .ire in the
chapel at 10 a.m. Kiddush follows
j
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 5 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Tibor
Stern will assist in the dedication
of neon-lit Ten Commandments
given the synagogue by the Galbut
family Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Cantor Maurice Marn-
rhes renders the musical portions
of the liturgy. Class in Bible will
be at 4:16 p.m. with Mincha fol-
lowing. Daily services are at 7
and 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Beth Jacob Spiritual Leader
To be Speaker Saturday
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob Congregation,
will he guest speaker at a meeting
of the Hebrew Teachers Associa-
tion of Greater Miami on Satur-
day evening, Jan. 7. at Temple
Emanu El.
Rabbi Stern will discuss in He-
brew "The Composition and Rts>
tory of Mishna."
The noted spiritual leader is the
author of "Hukat Olam" and
Child's Bible."
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Naval Commander Writes Own Hist,
SYNAGOGUE ARCHITECTURE IN THE UNITED STATES. By Rachel
Wischnitzer. 204 pp. Philadelphia: Jewish Publ.cat.on Socety of
America. S6.C0.
By HILARY MINDLIN
THE SYNAGOGUE has always
e the
i ml thus, ol hi- future
i : type in America thai
l
iall> an-
il! the past and c
in Jewish communitii
torii eiplines of l
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ih, mobilization of
,1 lor the Arab
spread of GWn>
,, ,n the Arab world would
iwn doing from our one-
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statements made by
n were dcmonstrably
he said "I-
< B||o one single refu-
ume back The fact is
- readmitted many
Vrabs who were
,,i families separated
he Vrab invasion of
nentinfi on Egyptian Pre-
\ i Communist arms
said "I will not
him Hutchison ex-
. i was' "iuIim
ik" in the fw e of Lsrael
Khan Yunia and else
rhi -nil Hutch-
nted to protect
\i -cr's only
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for Mil-
Hutchison (
arms' *al< t0
the flow (,i Cot
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t'l do is \t, j^r
the) warn
war." \i this i
referred in prf.jj
Palest mi' .,n
Influent .
chem Hi n ^ j
said "" floral
against the Arahi. J
The ( "iimaneafl
peal to <* .rid
rael an
bihtv o|
"militar. |,.rre-
nactk>ns i 'cooj!
Hutchi r|.dfBp
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timid, mntl
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Blaustein at Least Gives Them Advice!

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Sam J
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prominent role
HAY III LOYEX
In the End, Respect and Pride Triumphed
.......
:
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to what 1
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'on finally
1 I meet '
n behalf of
Of defen-
nr the Middle
nee caused
I ypt ".
larantee of
Ugh a treaty
lie in lack
Then .ne
li ading poattfceai
Washington
Iher influence nor
ii a have, ad-
: ouit in their
minced jn Re-
liut there is
tics, is neither
man nor a Rr-
Hi i. known to be a
m luncea that
) i he is one
iders closest to
ii in Wavhing-
i he was a
thi l'i ited St
the United Nations
by the
n is Jacob
ad a promi-
ii the Tenth
':l Assembly
fact, lay the
-ii <>f tho
fights engaged in
thi American and
lions As a mem-
i rted himself
in strict accord with
m and protocol, as
rather than as a
Tin
the <;< Juloj
of th. n
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of tin Jcwukj
the I- nilartfl
pure! alfaial
trie*
true of Mr Blius
'Jak. I; ..ustcin'j
tion with problems
includn i
to the AdmimeMhfl
ed him i r
UN del. itioa
as a s|i -man ft
aahdeor bracl
ceive nil en;
year, ei i w hile ktj
on the i S Icgauoi]
1 hit. I
eign V
neva. w' pened I
the If East i
conflict ed 1
fem no* ti
\er> i. ei
John:
.alt*
tngton i.enen
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Near r Affaira]
,. i d '
back to v.
with In- i ef thi
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ujv on the plane
ing the flight.
len went into
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BILL WOLFE
Protection Fund for Boj
BORIS SMOLAR
Jewish community needs in 1956 will
>ear s,nce 1948 when the ;.
ever was raised by American Jewry for Dhilar
thropic purposes. An indical ... ntTeds
the request made to United Jewish Appeal leader-
by Israel Minister Golda Meyerson whois n.^r
this countryto increase its Special Fond fr.m-
S25.000.000 to $100,000,000 fr0m
This is m addition to the S1O5.0OO.0OO sC! In the
I JA as the regular goal for 1956 Although the IJJA
leadership refused to commit itself on Mrs
>ons huge and unexpected request, ii is ei
ess clear that unprecedented efforts will be made
irni v1^ Ll 1956 The movin* of .000 JeJt
iron, North Africa to Israel has been started and
their settlement in trael will requ.re funV t!
'56 Community Needs Will he Very High
T"?,*" ernnMnt is
Thus, the burden of supply.n,
. ''> ith Americaa Jewrj ,.
'ra,n,a1n1,-:^;r:;n;:-v::r,,7-'
>*n funds *,u h,v. ," w,rtw
-huh Egyp, $i UN .
' under th,
''MilUs
th.
Not
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formerly Elaine
: Brooklyn, N Y.. is
' lete Vet she has em.
"I upon a battle that can
tremendous effects on the
1 < boxing It can be said.
lhal she is taking on her
ne of the most impor-
in the history of box-
>ng m our country.
" nores is the widow of
*eiterweight boxer Goorgaj Flor
lied in 1051 of injuries
red in a New York bout.
wo* only 21 years old
wnen he died
world was electri
*hen the State Court of
i laims announced that it was
i>nK $80,000 to Mrs Florae
"" ^r"sinds that the state was
negligent in permitting Floras to
Kht the night he wa fatally in-
>^re ,n the funds whuh^,, ?' ^"^ Z"" .t? ^ kM
ordina^^lr- "> "*\ ift Smg^ *p"j
the outcome of an appeal that
has been filed
diet
The $80,000 i* j
a sensation btcaefl
first of ii- k'nd,e*S
ruling al-e
warning that fli
fighters will not
Thus the final hjj
an impact <-n th* ^
ing
While Mr- J
vious personal
claim. H I-- lw1,
actions thai shej
tent other fn
victimued in
husband was.
dead, and thff
cannot be
ing his case
the public
responsibility
ally, she may
others don't
tragedy.
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6, 1956
LEGAL NOTICI

jr T. JACOBS.
itment to the new
lor of administra-
aion oi American
jregations wo an-
ednesday by Dr.
Eisendralh. U. A.
frnt.
rirecfor Scheduled
executive direc-
Workshop of
will address mem-
Women's Unit
ajbral Palsy on Mon-
D, at the UniUd
\L NOTICE
O CREDITORS
JDGES" COURT
)R OAOE COUNTY.
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the undersigned, dealrina i.i an (a
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Tot" ARK HKHKllY NOTIFIED to
fil- your Aiimw. i to th.- Complaint
for Foreclosure of MmtKaKe on:
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HlloltES. SECTION PA", suh-
dlvlalon accordlnn to the I Mat
there..f. recorded in Plat Ik .ok
4... page N ..f the Public It-
orda of Dade County, nulilu.
toitethtr with ImprovamontJ lo-
cated thereon
with lh<- Clrrk of the almv.- named
Court, to wit. K |l LEATHERMAN.
Clark or th. Circuit Court in and for
Dade County, Florida, ami aanra
copj thereof upon END LANDER *
TKNDRICH. KStjy. attorneys for
plaintiff, .ill Lincoln Road, Muni
Beach, Fiorkl.i ua or bet..... ihe Slat
dai "f January, IN4), elae com
will be taken a- confei
DATED at Miami, Dada County,
Kli.inl ,. tin .-ii, da) "f I', i ml., i.
K. II LKATHBRMAN,
... flri-uii Court
By M i UREEN
Deput) Clerk
i Haa 11
i -]
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HBREHY tilVEN thai
iL-ii.l. dmniliiK lo eimnicr in
aa under the flctltloui n i
l>ORI >\ ii i PONT K "Sll Kit
CATERERS 170 M W :.th Mrel.
Miami, liorlda, intend* to reaiatei
raid name with the Clark of th.
null Court of Itade County. Florida.
I'.n.-i al Miami, Florida, thla 6th
f December, l^r>.',
ItOMEDALE DELICATKHHEN, INC.
B) I It VI \ liORDON, I-re
l/l-tl-N-tT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 18*120
NOTICE TO DEFEND
HARRY l-KIN.- rEIN and MARY
FEINSTEIN, hi- wife, IMalntlffi..
VB
lllll.ll' CKINHTEIN and CLARA
h'EINHTEIN. his wlf. h.uiiiv LEVY
and ANN KKINSTKIN LEVY, hi-
Wlf< ami RBOALINE MAM KAC-
ri'RIMtl c. INC a Phil Ida 'M">ra-
tion. Defendunt.-
I" l-MII.II rr.l.VSTKIN
North iih si.....t
Philadelphia I, l*a
'i..\it\ ki:insti:i\.
a lllnvhum Sli.-el
1'hlln.l. Inhli. I'a
HARRV Lkjyl and ANN FEIN-
KTEIN LEVY. hl> wife
SM Eai R .. kland H tree I
Philadelphia. Pa
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI for Partition of the
Wool 'i of the NorihWe-at ', of Die
houthweal ', >.i the Houtheaat ',
,,f S..11..11 B, !'.-n>hi|. .'.:i South,
ItuiK.- l Bant, K|d bind* hliiK
ami I..ina in lad.- County, ?tori-
da, tagathar with the hulldlns
ami Imitrorementa located iharaoa
'.i boon filed aitainat you ami rou
are reiiulred lo aarve a cop) of roUl
An-.: .-i pit .i.iiiik I,, the 11ill of Com-
plaint upon utalatltfa' attornaya.
Myara, lleiman & Kaplan. (50 Kay bold
Bulhllna;, Miami. Florida, and file th.-
"iiitiii.il Anawar < pteadlna In the
I ?fflCe ..f the I Mel k ol llle I'll, llll
Court, on oi bafurp the 3rd da) of
February. ItSB. If fom fall to do ao,
linlaiiieiii b) !. i.mil will he taki-a
aaalnal von f..i tiu- raUaf damaadod
In the Mill "I '..miilaliit
l >NK AND ultHKIIKIi al Miami.
I'l..rl.l,. lhl 4th diiv of Jan
i: It LEATHERMAN. Clerk
i mm i'i.iiii. i.mi. County,
i i.i i
nv w.\i w rrpcKiNO,
IMauiv Clerk
K Ml. AN
,.i Myers, Halmaa a Kaplail
Attornaya f.,, iMainilffa
\i...ii I'.uiidina
Miami. Fl... Ida
I'-!:( .'ii -.'7
LEGAL NOTICI
Page Ufa
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTRE IM IIKKKKY tllVKN that
inderahrned, dealrtna to rnxaar in
1.10.11...., ,, i,. ,h, fi, ,|.....
HEtlROE HOI i .... ||,|
llaml it. r| Inter -
With Hi. ''I. ik of the
ir.-uli i mm of Dade ( iui l Fl
\i iii: l" s i.iitn.
OHRTRCDK I.run.
....... s"'' "Wl
MYER8. HEIMAN a.- kaii.an
utornevi for A|.|.n. ,.
H.Mi rJevhoUl lllda
i/t-\.\-vi-::
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei Klirned. dealrlnv t<. enga^ft 'n
bunlness under the M. llll,hi- mime of
NA8HBR REALTY, al 9010 PraJric
Avenue. Miami Roach, Florida. Inti nd
to raaiater xaid name with the Clerk
of ihe (Mr. ult Court of I i, i. Co inn
Flprlda
SAUL W NASIIKH
BARAH K NAMHKIt
...e..,.. ..."'"'"' '' "" eiillritiea
HARRY Zt'kERKICK
Attorney for Haul W Naaber and
Mai ah E Nitaher
I2/*S-S0
l/-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVEN that
the under-.lk.-ii.il, .lexirlnir to encair.- In
liuslneaH under the flctltloua nama of
ITRDY LUNCH BONETTI at
l4 Nth st. Miami Baarh, Intenda
to raaiater aald name with the Clark
of tile circuit Court "f Dada County,
Florida.
IDA iHINSKY. Sole OWMf
MALVIN KNfil.ANDKR
Atlornev for A|ipll 311 Lincoln ltd
1/6-13-20-2?_______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HKHKllY OIVEN that
Hi.- iiii.l.i-iKfied. daalrlaaj to enKaae in
bualneaa iin.l.i th. tnnti,iu name ,.f
RTANLEY HOTRL. al t I N W 5th
St Miami, FMa Intanda to realm, r
Ki.i.i name with the Clark of the
cult Court of Dole County, Florida.
SIDNEY STANLEY
JOSEPH RORENKR \NT7.
Attorn. % for A|>i.11. ant
12 13-10 1/8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
!h.- undaraifnad, deslrina to enaa*.- in
bualnaai indet the fieiitii.u name (
BENEFICIAL MORTGAOF: COM-
PANY, ,.i III N K tnd Btreet, Miami.
I-ut mi.mi- i reaiatei -ai,i name
with the Clark of th. Circuit Court
Of Dade Count' PI, i
HENRY i II \I.\M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni.Tlt'K IK HEREBY lilVEN that
the iiiul. i -in:, I. de-lrln In enaaae in
bualneaa under the flititloun name of
SHAMROCK INN, in 1500 N W I..
.leiim Road, Miami. Florida Intend t>.
teirlfter aald i i'i the t'|. k
of th. Court Ifctde "out n).
Florida
HARRY I PATTERSON
UtTTIE PATTERSON
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorna) for ApplF. nl
W FMaalrr Si Miami. FMoi ida
1 J 10 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the iinderHittneii. daalrlna to engase in
l.unlne- under the flctltloua n.nn. .1
LAFAYETTE HOTEL, al B44 Colllna
Avenue. Miami Hen.h. Florida, In-
tends to reifiMt.r said name with the
Clerk ,.f the Circuit Court of Dada
County, Florida
MAX FEIC.ELES
MELVIN I KIOKI.KS
QILBERT \ TOt'NCI
Attorney! foi Max A- Melvin F.-laelea
12 in l 8-1S-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 18S912
rHEODORE STERN. Plaintiff,
JANET STERN, D. f. ndant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO JANET STERN.
i >,H Second tvenue
N.W Yolk. New York
Yol ARK HEREBY REVII IRBD to
oervc a copy of vour anawaa lo ihe
Complalnl for Dtvoree filed heroin
on rial..'iff- attorneva, COI'RKHON
Reach, FMorl.la. and to file the original
in th. office of ihe Clerk "f tba
above <'"iui on "i I..-ft.i.- the tath
4a) "i Jan inry, i'''ai. otharwlae a da-
fault will be entered aaalnal rou.
Ihls J.'n.l i!h\ of r>., .in-
DATKD
Let, !
iSea 11
K R LEATHERMAN.
i Mei k of ouri
B) It II RICK, JR.
I'. |, ,t \ Clerk
It
E McCUNE COMPANY
WAISIRS p COUNSCLORS
ADRIAN MtCUNf, M A I
MARION C. McCUNI (at.A.I
RS'l I Idi |< A I m II DING
vIlA Ml
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BV THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
1. VI.I. I.i WHOM THESE I'REH-
ENTH SIIAI.I. COME, riREETINOH
VV h.
HENRY A-:.M VN
MIAMI FLORIDA
F: It TAIT, MIAMI. FLiUtli'A
i. a TAIT. mi vmi i i."i:ii'\
did ..n the jjrd ttai ( >i tobar, A D
l4li. be II.....11".rated llluli l
thf provlalena "f the feneral oorpora-
la.i, l.,w of tin State "f Fl.i'lda.
HENRY INVESTMENT CORP., a
r-oipor.....n. with it- principal place
,,f hii-i.i.- al \l ml i '.....' ......>
in the State ,.f K!.
Ihe at,-, k h "Ui h rot |oi a I Ion
.It'* on Ih.- _'M I' llH
, auaa to l>. filed in
,,f |j Slat, "f Ihi Statt'
,.f Florida, a Conarut of all Ih.
tin pn <
iiiiit.li "t -u. h urporalli n
Now i
. uu. he l -.ltl-He I Ihal tile
f law have heti
. WIT.VKHH WHKhl'.'l-' I
lave hereunto -ei nn
,i hav. iffi\-l ^,
Seal of the Sta'. I .....I.i.
,i TalLanaaaat tba Capital.
- the T ,
la remh. r. \ D I
I tJRAT.
M., > Of .-I..I.
I/S/M
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is iii:i:i:i:v qiven that
Ihe umb i KUtne.l. daalrlna to eiutaae In
buaineaa andar
KIDONIA APARTMENTS, al 1211 Sal-
/ do Street. Cora 10 I- to
with the Clerk "f
the ('ii,nit Court "f ounty,
Florid
'.F:ST \V IlKX.NKTT
I' I'.. A UKN m r i REALTY
'' .MIAN i Not In. i
r PHLTE. Attorney.at-l-w
vii rney for AiipTIi

Phon. ,
1/8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'lTI.'K is HEREBY OIVEN that
.ii-i.~iKn.il. daalrlna; to ensaaje in
rictitb.j
MADEIRA APARTMENTS, at I0-4J-
II Madeiia Avenue. Co .a. In-
to raaiater aald nafme with the
t lerk of the t'lri-ult Court of Dad.
County, Florida
ERNEST VV BENNETT.
I" A. BENNETT I1KALTV
COMPANY (Not In. i
BARNETT PKLTE, vttom. at-Law
Attorn.> foi Applicant
ITM S \\. Kth Str.,t. Miami
Phone B-135ft
12/16-23-30 1'8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoTli'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, de-ulna; to enaaae In
hiialnee- under the fii-tltloujt name of
HAUMANCA APARTMENTS, at 210
Salulimma Avenue. Coial 'lal.lee. i'l-
temK to raslatar aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi
County, Florida.
EHNKKT W HKNNFTTT.
D II.A BENNETT REALTY
COMPANY I Not In, ,
BARNETT PELTZ. Attorne) ,.t-lj.w
Attorney for Appli.-ant
I?39 S \V Sth Street. Miami
Phone S-1358
ii ii-n-M i/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underola-nei nx to enKage in
bualneaa ukdei the flctltloua name of
NORTH Ml VMI BEACH LAL'NDR)
MAT at
I I I
aid i k ,,f ii.i .1 -
.ni-il1 ,l.i
MAX HOROWITZ
~.u_- l/i___ -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOi
NAME LAW
NOTI K IS lILiM.I'.N OIVEN that

I H I ItiOU -
:- W 27th Avon I. in-
tend- t" i.-i .,. i ii ,.. it Ii ihe
clerk ..f th. i ill Court "f Dada
< 'ollllt l I i. ,1 -ida
.1 VMi;s A. SCIINKIDFTR
KEKSLER .. QAI
Attorni
WTeel Ftaaler St
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREBY OIVEN that
ih. iiml.-isigned, dextrine; to t-naat:. In
huaineae under the fletltnnih nama of
ALLAN s BAR, at T'"i S \V 27th \ i
mi-, intend- to radiator aald name
with the clerk ..f the Circuit C-Mtrt
of Dada County, Florida
ALLAN POV/ERS
KES8LER A OAP.s
Attorney* for Applicant
1782 W. Piaclar st.
12 18-23-M l I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th.- uuderalgned, daairini to engajjte In
buainaaa under the ii. i tloui nama of
STAPLES .ii'i in. ... |...i ii.-'l). at 418
B.W. Mb Avenue, Miami, Florida, in-
tenda t" raarlatar aald nan, with the
clerk .,f the Circuit Court "f Dade
nlv. F'i.,i Ida
WILLIE LI.VTT
M \.\ P BNOBL
\ 11 rn ) for Ktaplea
1/8
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAV.'
NOTICE IS HEHEBY OIVE.N thai
Ii. on !. desiring lo erTsaRe in
l>l|llie-K under the fl.-tltiou- II.. i
ANOIE e> l-'l:i:n s ITALIAN AMERI-
CAN REHTAI'RANT, hi 20S Colllna
Avenue. Miami Pea. h. Inteml- to reg-
ister said name ilh the i "lei k o: the
Circuit Court "f I'ade CoUntv, Florida
i ItA.Niil coRP Sol.- i iwner
MYERS. HEIMAN A KVPI.AN
Attornaya for Applicant
i',ai S. hold MldK
12'18-23-io 1/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'.ri.l'. is HEREBY OIVEN lhat
tin- underauxncl. dealrina; to ensaar in
l.iisln<-s under the flctltloua name ,,'
TROPi-TE.X FABRICS OF MIAMI
at P Box 2071, Ml.....i 12. I-'.a ii
i.n.I- to reaiatei aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Curt ot Dade
Count), Florida
MILTON OOLDBERO
SHAPIRO e. CRIED
Attorney a for Applli
12. Lin. oln l: i
l 1-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the uml.'i .-luned. dealrina; t.. ensafa In
buaineu under the flcUtlou
I d M I'AINTINO CO., at 15 N K
ITlnl Te, race, Noi th Miami H
Intend to ..me Ith the
ci.rk ot ih.- Circuit Court of Dada
Count \. 1 i,.i Ida
.IPLirs C.REENBERO
Morris HKLFENBAI'M
i I ^_^_^^^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLOW
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 18556?
JOSEPH PASO. Plaintiff.
VIRGINIA H i ASi.. Defendant
N. rTICE BY PI BLICATION
TO: VIRGINIA H. CASO.
IBS oak Street,
A Mil t \ \ 111.-. NeW York
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
I hi., t Complaint for Divor,-. ha- beat
fil.-ii ajralnat you In the above entitled
..in-,, .in,i \ on are required to aervi
ii ropy of vinir Anawer on NELAN
SWEET, plaintiff- attorney, 12" Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original Anawer in the office
of the Clerk of sal.I Court on OT he-
fore January 16. MM, or Deere* Pro
Confeaeo will h, enteratd aaalnal you
DATED Iteeember H. i.".
F:. Il LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
B) R II pick. JR
(SEAL) Deputy ci.ik
12/18-23-30 1/8
Your son drives a
borrowed car
Is ho covered by your
automobile liability
insurance?
For me answer to this, or
any onW Insurance qvesfioa
Artfiur M. Kahn
Richord L. Powell
Daniel L. Harris
PHONE
9-7555
KAHN & ALPERT
Insurance Agency
998 S.W. First Street
n tlAVtlBtt. Herrtaetl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IK HKRKHY OIVEN that
the underaticned. dealriiia.tu euicaaa In
bMahwaa under the fl.-t it 1.>tix name of
FOl'R BEA80NS PooK SHOP at
714 71st Street. Miami Beach, 11."
Ida. intends to rerlster aald nun.
with Ihe Clerk "f th. n.in Court of
Dade County. Florida
IIAI.I.KN ASSiK'l ATKS. INC
Dan liallen
COCRSHON 4V KINK
Attorneys for Hi.lleii Asso.-lnte-. In.-
12 .1" I -13-
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersianed, deirlinr I.....tawae in
business illidei the lli-litioua name "t
THF: IHNOHY. at Sl Miracle Mile,
Coral Cables. Florida. Intends t.. re
. i i n nn.- u ith th. Ctei k of tin-
II Court of I 'id.- I'.'iinl' F l..i
Ida
SIMON BERMAN
LOt'lH WINTER
sini.Mi Her man. owner
Allornex for Sinn
l*/30 l/S-1
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lid in earious parts oi Thrkej wen
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Turk. There ha- been no attempt in Turk*) : blame the anti
riots here on Turkish Jews
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health i* concerned."
(lasses are held at the hospital
and at the 62nd st clinic, aa out
of the regular clinics. Dr.
iond said The free laasiasu
are slated lor Monday mornins
pnnr to the regular obstetrical
clinic Lecture", are given in the
building, and faculty" in
. I>r Hammond, two talks by
sociate professor of pedia-
lectures by a senior resi-
biatry, one lecture by
i one by the nursing
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are also planning a talk to
..i in the future to a tour
maters*
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hour -*,Mom
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are illustrate*7
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attend these a^al
to make them t,
Prospwiuf buj
heiddeA^
well.
Mf men's
Greater Musri
can \s ,mn't \
dinner lance st
Dec 2
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in charge.

the scarcity of Holy Scrolls
cport The f irst class, com-
A second claw of 39
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TEL AV.V
. approved two new
rj treoda The savings
and the Palestine
- plan, to which the Bank
two kinds of savant*.
100 to 5.000 Israel
1 of that period.
. .-tend, with a pro-
penods of time.
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vjevislrfhrMtofL Fridc Page 10 A '" Elites Professional Council Reveals MOM I !" TEfaLi in '55 Campaign Plans Wieale !" BERTE LONG Contrail* TEACHER and SINGER • 19 N.W. 23rd Caart Phone Nlwtao. HIM ip Chosen were Daniel M serving his third year as chairman, menl houa >n; Maurice an, accountants divisio Bead S ts division M D %  ** am, dentists i Miami; Walter Vollweiler, opton nd opticians division. Miami each; Drs. Emanuel Pushh es Beckwith, chairnu David Kirsh. phvsicians of Miami: Samuel Goldan and Jack Jablo, i with Jerrj Sten .. and sundrii Bernard R. Stev. i • • i .!. Smith, food dh ,' eiss i "'i Mi r R men of liquor divisioi i. Hirsch, barber and ies; William Shermai nts division: Sam vending machines; Hi w< Harrj Diamond • mi %  Miami: A ir i Kn viti zones i n i Col Sat 1 An meetii • n meed for Wedi ai the home ol traub, co-worker with Vrtie Kn | and Al.rn.rn pioi D mth buyers the hi roea products al low pi The cp,al • ol ev. communitj n line with our poll. %  %  1 %  ctly kosher The Ian. 1 a,s0 sarj '• all for irictlj %  %  li • Mogen 1 : %  day lo: Lois Posner who W( 2115 SW. 22nd STREET (Carol Way) MIAMI, FLORIDA Office Hourt 9 • 5:30 Evening by Appointment TELEPHONE HI A-7796 $15 WMT A CM |r 1451 W. PLAGUF^*"' 9 WAHTio' CAMP REPRESENT! FOR COEO PENNSY LVI Good OPPOrtlin.l, t. proper contact! Wr,l, ground, otc. PoM.b,!,,,"', pontiort at camp ,„(.? &n. Miami la mcr KKZ HALF-DAY FISHINS' NO FISN NO PAY o-j YACHT UlLfl 0:30 a.m. and 2 p m CM. Pit' 7. City V.-HM Baim i %  ait A Tackle SPECIAL ^"a2 0 i5^ y r,M25 "^ 2t> Levi Plumbing Company "fstobiithed ntr 2M? S.rV. 3rd $T. 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n j University of Miami concert manager Marie Volpe has a perfect right to be delighted over the fact that the UM orchestra will be led by Sir Thomas Beecham on Apr. 15 and 16. And it certainly isn't too early for Mario to be bubbling over it. For the famous 90-year-old conductor, who spurned his family's Beecham's Pills (try—If not its fortune—for a distinguished career in music, a concert way back in December (that's last year) at Festival London to honor Finland's master Jan Sibelius. aria's busily explaining to friends that the affair was "simply mil." what with 90-year-old Sir Thomas paying just homage elius, who, himself, turned 90 during the final month of %  tails include these facts: Secretary of State of the Finnish Ministry presented Sir Thomas with the highest order of i nment. Commander First Class of the Order of the White .inferred upon him by Finland's President in the presence bassador Sakari Tuomioja. lor the I'M orchestra's energetic manager. Apr, 15 and 16 -I around the corner. Mario anduhe orchestra's friends will Sir Thomas with keen delight. ;-prise birthday party was among a host of other gay surlor Mrs. Ida Kossova last week in the Algiers hotel Scheheraoom. -ts at the party were Ida's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Fred Nesbitt Nesbirts— Frad's a Beach attorney—counted among guests ; ular Chuck Posnort. onal Alumnae chairman of Sigma Delta Tau Mrs. Morton t A as tnastmaster at an annual luncheon of the sorority last n the Algiers hotel. Miriam extended invitations to chapters at the Universities of i .ma and Maryland—here to spur on their teams during the en I Orange Bowl game—to meet Greater Miami SDT alums luncheon social event. *r*. Charles Festinger was in charge of entertainment, with ..-.ions being handled by Mrs. Murray Dubbin. >>>> %  >>><< Henry Dubbin, noted Miami Beach industrialist, has an in( %  tinu looking knuckle-duster gold ring on his right little cr Henry tells friends "it's a sample." And he's not far from ig having been made by him from gold nuggets mined by the in company in French Guiana. Henry simply had a few irregular nuggets soldered together ten circle to form the unusual ring. [Miami lovely, 17year-old Joan Marcus, is the pride of Mr. and David Marcus, 61 SW 31st rd. A Miami High senior, Joan's been named state winner of the lh diinual Voice of Democracy contest co-sponsored by the Ma Junior Chamber of Commerce, National Association of • and TV Broadcasters and the Radio-Electronics-TV Manuirers Association. [Pretty, green-eyed and blonde Joan was awarded a trophy for | prize-winning speech, which will be judged in a national consometime next week. State Jaycee chairman George Drake >> Mayor of Cornwall. Ontario, for 18 years, renowned official n Horovitx, is vacationing at the Algiers hotel with son Joel. Mayor Horoviti is resting after his successful effort to raise million dollars for his town's newest hospital. I >>> Three generations of a family were in the area after their from icy Far Rockaway, New York, when Mrs. Sonla Gelfend I daughter Mrs. Fey Lebowitx visited Senia's daughter. Miss Ann P"g I With them was Fay's daughter. Mrs. Gladys Stelnoc. The trio Ijined until after New Year to attend the wedding of Ann's Hew, Alvin Bakst, to Mia* Joan Wexelmen Sunday night at the lers. ttte ClA oman s e W


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6.1956 ^J&dsiincrknrui Page 7 A g American Militarist Gen. Stratemeyer Emerges as Darling of Lunatic Fringe in Letter %  J (mm PlM 1 A U>av fiohtlna f> _.. ft— w ^ Continued from Pae 1 A | n ti,Semitcs? ADL national chairman Henry Lrote Stratemeyer to find out. o to the ADL, Stratemeyer asked: "Who are (!ir organization to tell me what I should read should recommend other loyal American citiNot until I read John Beaty's book 'Iron tvr America' did I learn what was going on L United States of America while I was overseas fighting for my country. Your letter is the most outrageous communication I have ever received in my Schultz answered Stratemeyer, defending the ADL position, and expressing hope that the General would soon "realize that your years of service to this nation are too precious to be sullied by any aid or comfort given, albeit unwittingly, to our enemies—those who seek to divide us and to set man against his neighbor." The ADL feels the General must now decide whether he belongs with George Van Horn Mosely, the ret in I General who disappeared to oblivion through association with anti-Semitic extremists or with such military oflicrs as President Eisenhower, General Bradley and General Marshall. n Beach Financier Views Outlook ater Miami Expansion During '56 fcach h;is completed one growth In building and ther that of rej remodeling. the opinion of C. L. I pioneer Miami Beach president <>f Chase Fed. and Loan Association (resident of the United [ and Loan League. Etch itself is built up [pletely," Clements said. I ippens anywhere, the investor is faced with to the outlying lild or improve what is PI, The result is a trend ment of existing rend started at Miami recently. I look for it in 1956. With the prev building and the value Inil it is economically jnprove present property % 


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STRATEMEYER LAUDS MATE MONGER BEATY WHO SAYS JEWS 'NOT Of THIS CMUZATION' iding American Militarist Emerges As Darling Of Lunatic Fringe In Fan Letter To Racist By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA WASHINGTON—A leading American military personhas emerged as the newest darling of the lunatic j[e. He is Lt. Gen. George E. Stratemeyer who served distinction in World War H and Korea, battle between the General and B'nai B'rith Anti(miition League has erupted publicly. The ADL is ig if Stratemeyer will be the kind of "man on hor.sef' that the bigots of the 1930's envisaged in another ?d General, George Van Horn Moseley. 1954 Stratemeyer made headlines when he became rman of a pro-McCarthy group, the "Committee of Million." Shortly thereafter he became preoccupied a book by a Texas professor, John Beaty, entitled "Iron Curtain Over America." The ADL described the Beaty book as "A compilation of anti-Jewish lies and distortions which have caused it to become a kind of primer for lunatic fringe groups throughout the nation." But to Gerald L. K. Smith it is "The greatest of its kind ever to appear in print." Beaty characterized American Jews as a minority "obsessed with its own objectives, which are not those of Western civilization." He said "the secret and overseas" plots of Soviet Russia "have been entrusted principally to Jews" and that the Jews were responsible for World War II. The lengthy book was described by one reviewer as the most extensive single compilation of anti-Semitic propaganda to appear in the world since the defeat of Nazi Germany in 1945. But Stratemeyer was so moved by the book he wrote a fan letter to the author. Stratemeyer told Beaty, in part: "I congratulate you on your book and the service you have performed for our country. If my health would permit it I would go on a continuous lecture tour gratis and preach your book and recommendations." This autumn the Gerald L. K. Smith hate organization began distributing quantities of a flyer bearing the General's endorsement of "Iron Curtain Over America." The printed matter said the book exposed Jewish "control of our political parties and many of our cultural and educational organizations—even churches." The new hate material came to the ADL's attention. Did Stratemeyer know his name was being used by proContinued on Pag* 7 A ln which had fired on Jewish >ping on Lake Tiberias. But as ibers of the Council were pre |ing to resume their work after long New Year weekend, they before them a report from Burns confirming charges piously made by Israel to the Dct that Syria itself had violated armistice agreement between two countries by ordering gun against Israeli fishing boats police craft on Lake Tiberias, fnli lies wholly within Israeli ritory. srael's delegation chief here, r l>a S. Eban, showed members of Council at their last meeting ;iiu copies of documents seized |m the Syrians by the Israel res, proving that the firing of rian guns had been specifically lered by the Syrian army's high imand. Now Gen. Burns, in his F>ort supplementing an earlier port on the Dec. 11 incident, has the Council that a Syrian caofficer. taken prisoner by the |aelis, has admitted he had been tiered to fire on the Israeli ship kg on the lake. CM. f. I. M. Bmrm Confirm* Charge Weigh Effect Of Khruschev Rap at Israel MOSCOW (JTA) — Diplomatic observers sought this week to establish the full significance of the bitter attack launched on Israel before the Supreme Soviet in Moscow by Nikita Khruschev, secretary-general of the Communist Party and "strong man" of the regime. They noted that Khruschev's speech had gone much further than any official Soviet statement in recent months in assailing Israel and embracing the Arab cause. Diplomats who saw the statement as having been dictated, in large part at least, out of Soviet resentment over criticism of the Communist supply of arms to the Continued on Page 2 A wo uctNits KMD TO mm, mm MIMSTU VOWS British Labor Leader Gaitskell Demands Eden Explain Munitions Exports to Egypt LONDON (JTA)—Hugh Gaitskell. leader of the British Labor Party, today called on British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden at his residence at 10 Downing Street, and discussed with him the danger for peace in the Middle East involved in exporting surplus military equipment to Egvpt and other countries The meeting took place at Mr. Gaitskell's request. A statement declaring that "it is still the Government's policy to prevent an arms race in the Middle East, whatever the source" was issued from the Prime Ministers office after the meeting. "No licenses have been granted to private dealers." declared the statement, "for the export of materiel which might be reconditioned or re-exported as weapons of war. unless the countries to which this materiel is sent from Britain guarantees that it will not be re-exported or reconditioned." "Since the end of the war," the statement continued, "large quantities of surplus materiel has been disposed of, both for civilian use and for scrap. For instance, 430 modified Sherman tanks were sent to Tanganyika for a nut-grinding scheme. Later, they were sold to Israel and Belgium for purely civilian purposes. We have no reason to believe they were used in any other way. "More recently, however, doubts were raised as to whether some of the surplus materiel is not being diverted by foreign dealers for uses other than those stated. Last summer, no licenses were issued for export of any significant quantities or surplus war materiel with one exception—8,000 tons of spares for armored fighting vehicles were exported to Holland for civilian purposes. The Netherlands Government had pledged that these goods would not leave Holland in any form usable for military purposes." Mr. Gaitskell, in a statement said there is an "urgent need" for an Arab-Israel peace settlement. "Meanwhile," the Labor Party leader insisted, "the 1050 Tripartite Declaration issued by France, Britain and the United States for maintaining the status quo in the Middle East remains an indispensable instrument for preventing war." F BHTHY POLICY DOfSirT HHHIT US TO CRfTICIZf THEIRS State Department 'Angered' by Boycott WASHINGTON (JTA) — The State Department expressed disapproval of the refusal by Arab tes to grant visas to Americans of Jewish faith, reported that the Arab League is conducting a fcott against U.S. business firms trading with Bel. [State Department spokesman Joseph Reap said I'nited States Government "disapproves" of the crimination by a number of Arab countries kinst American Jews seeking visas. However, he timed to say the United State* protested to the the Arab countries against such regulations. State Department sources pointed out that America cannot be strongly critical of the visa policies of foreign nations at a time when other countries are finding fault with U.S. visa restrictions. Mr. Rey said the State Department had no information on reports that U.S. business firms this week received Saudi Arabian communications that sought to determine if such firms had Jewish officers. He said that no firms reported on this to the Department or sought guidance. WAR MATERIALS ROUTED VIA BELGIUM, HOLLAND Dock Workers Continue Loading Arms for Egypt British Port LONDON (JTA)—Dock workers at Liverpool, who Tuesday threatened to refuse to load British armaments on ships destined for Egypt, were working overtime Wednesday loading military equipment aboard the Egyptian vessel "Star of Suez," following advice from trade union leaders to continue their work until the British Labor Party takes a stand in the matter. The cargo which is being loaded is estimated to toal 400 tons of arms, including cases containing sub-machine guns, tank tracks and a large quantity' of spare partsfwhich would enable Egypt to "remilitarize" supposedly "demilitarized" British tanks bought by Egypt in Belgium. Officially, the British Government has ordered a halt to shipments of war materiel to the Middle East, including Egypt. However, the goods now being loaded on the Egyptian ship include gun barrels for tanks, ammunition and other war materiel. The war goods arrived in Liverpool in 21 freight cars. A British War Office spokesman declared that "there is nothing undercover" about this transaction. "It is a perfectly open delivery of tank spares and other accessories." he said. "There seems to be no reason why such shipment, by agreements between governments, should stop." The British Foreign Office Tuesday issued a statement announcing the halt on arms shipments out of the country and that no licenses have been issued for export of tanks in several months. However, it is known that slightly "demilitarized" tanks have been leaving the country under the description of "agricultural implements." HW YIAR ClUBRAltD Two Killed, One Wounded in New Border Violence TEL AVIV (JTA)—At least two Israelis were dead this week and one wounded—all three civilians —after a weekend of violence along the Arab-Israel borders from Gaza to the Jordan frontier, as Israel's Arab neighbors "celebrated" the New Year with attacks by land and air. The latest of the aggression took place this Monday morning when two Egyptian Vampire jet fighters flew over Israel positions in the southwestern Negev area. Immediately after the fighting planes had transgressed Israel territory, Egyptian outposts in the Gaza border strip started firing at an Israel army patrol on the Israel side of the border. 'H I


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[January 6, 1956 Jewish IhrHiir Pago 3JJ [ ctmn ine fain \^Jn the nitiial leader of Beth EBl subject will i Today." • • • [; eeting of Hanna Senesch I; rladassafa will he held at Iborne hotel, on Monday • Jan. 9. Pansy Flaum. of "The Pan%  < i shop.'" will give a demIon on floral arrangements r • • _• i Wohl will be guest at the meeting of the S Wlsa group of Hadas[Monday noon. Jan. 9, at the regional president of Had;,-,.!,, and Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, American affairs chapter coordinator, will discuss, "American Affairs. Zionist Relations and United Nations." The meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Kirvin Shafton. 29 Bay Heights dr., Miami. • • Israeli group of Hadassah will hold a membership tea on Monday, Jan. 9, at the Algiers hotel. The program will consist of a musical skit. • • • Henrietta Szold group of Hadassah will meet on Monday afternoon. Jan. 9. at the Vanderbilt hotel, with Mrs. Sam rrankel presiding. Guest speaker will be Mr. Sam J. Heiman. campaign chairman of the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal. Heiman will speak on "My Trip to Israel." Mrs. George Goldberg is chairman of dinner dance to be given by the Herzl group ol Hadassah on Sunday, Jan. 8, at the Latin Quarter. Co-chairman i* Mrs. Abbot Karlin. omefront All-English Style Refreshments at Brummer Table Discussion, unusual entertainment and novel refreshments were on the agenda Thursday evening, when officers and prospective members of South Florida Division of American Jewish Congress met at thp home of Cantor and Mrs Philip H. Brummer. Miami Beach Leading the buslnasa M. was Mr, Batty Alderson, field worker from New York, who presented an outline of international events in the civil rights field. Hostesses were Mrs. Brummer and Mrs. LcRoy Goldberg, both natives of Great Britain, and an all-Fnglish style refreshment table was the interesting feature of the evening. Mrs. Brummer is vice president and chairman of the South Florida Commission on Law and Social Action of A.I Congress %  Kantor Novel Will Be Reviewed Here Fourth in a series of book reviews sponsored by the Greater Miami chapter vf ( Hadassah will lake place on Tuesday afternoon. Jars >0. a 'VvCIt theatre. Wrs r M. \VMnTh wilrdiscuss "Andersonville." by McKinlay Kantor. Proceeds go towards the child vocational program in Israel. Mrs. Donald Murray is coordinator of Hadassah book reviews. TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER) ANACIH Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only g-ives ttrongtr, i attir relief from pain of headache ut is alto laftr. Won't upset to* atomaeh and has no bad effects. Yon see, Anacin is like a doctor's preacription. That is, Anacin contain* not just one but • combination of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved *• linglt drug can give such strong yet such safe relief as Anacin Tablets. Wohl is national Youth ice chairman, member of mill board and United^ :i of world Jewish Daj She is also former • i i llie Long Island re-ah. • • \ >up of Hadassah will regular meeting Monday ;it the Sorrento hotel. -ical program will feature lei Golden, violinist with I itj of Miami Symk roup on Monday. Jan. 9. J. nl two wall known speakpani I diaeuaataa. Irwm Weinstein. Florida Party Tuesday Eve hood ol Kncseth Israel at ion will hold a card Tuesday evening, Jan. 10, ,nagi uc Mis Wolf Sirot ot the fund raising fhy Mountain Valley iter is Recommended lor... THE KIDNEYS if you or bothered with yeur kidneys and this it sloe to reduced kidney function caused by sock common [Causes U improper Idiot, "after 40 slow 1 down" or over-exertion, this natural mineral water from Hot Springs, Arkansas, may help) to: 1. Stimulate the Kidneys. 2. Neutralixe excess uric acidity. 3. Discharge wastes. fcjT MOUNTAIN VALLEY [WATER TO THE TEET 5'licious Tasting %  ot a Laxative Wonderful Table Water GOOD ADVICE: .symptoms may be organically p so see your physician if I persist. CALL FR 3-2484 S.W. 8 St., Miami, Fla. •main Valley Water Co. >M FAMOUS HOT SPRINGS HEALTH EPA MEANS K KOSHER >K FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY rese Products nave ibbiaicaf Supervisioa AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE -tfSSays Cantor HENOCH BORENSTEIN Not a powdor! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unllka oW-styl* "instants" ... fust as quick but tastas sa superior! This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the fsmous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle 'Flavor Buds"! You iuat add hot water ... and instantly the burst ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, YOO! Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. w A fWvcf •/ CMMI 'M4I JHi ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT OOODTO-THELAST-DHOP FLAVOR!



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Page 6 A_ Brilliant Opera Season to Open Here With Mozart's Xosi Fan Tutte an. 17 The most brilliant open "f JSTSTttS midnight in Florida's hiatory begins Jan. ] n Florida's hiatory begin; Jan n ''" ( Th( columbui > Jitb the aUT-atudded prrlnrmana; onto g£ „,,,, J.000 of Mozart's "COM Fan Tutte gjjj; „,,.„ m ld to •I— for Lovers") to be P^^rof the Opera Guild Since sented to English, reservations are limited to SW, si. Metropolitan Opera atars reservauo !" |It| iu| will headline the say come.lv o %  midnighl rtar supper be presented in the Dad* count • • ^ ,„, „„,,auditorium on Jan. 17. and aero* ; r „ ni) lii;i „ u bj Mrs Rad Biscayne Hay in the Miami Beach "** S C J !" an(j Ml „ i ...... ,t l hi* ;tfMS Campaign Kicks Off Here Multiple Sclerosis campaign for $100,000 to be used for research, a nursing home and rehabilitation of the estimated 2.000 victims in Dade county will start Friday. Jan. 6. A week-long canister dri\e hrnnihut the Miami area will DO. „„ Sided b,' Mra. Stephen Contos. VV1 ,1 headline the gaj comedy. chairman 'of the "MS Supermarket Brigade." More than 2.000 volunteers are needed to help collect funds it the campaign is to be a success, Mrs Merel M. Dunne, president ol tne Greater Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association, said. "The suppoi the public is urgent 1> needed if the key to the mysterj ol MS Is to lie unlocked Peoples National Elects Day Apte Vice President Day Apte has been elected vice president of The Peoples National Bank of Miami Shores, and he ol finally took over hipost Tuesdaj on his return to Miami after a lapse of several years. Apte. a lifetime resident of Florida and former Miami business and civic leader, will make his office at the Miami Shores bank. In accepting the post, Apte returnto the scene of his early btli successes. He came here in 1923 and. with his brother, R. Williams Apte. organized Apte BrotherBrokerage Co. Day Apte was active in the firm until he retired in 1946. While in Miami, he was a director of the First National Bank here Activi in the organizatii i in numeroubusiness, civic and big hall, 1828 Alton rd. religious organizationlocally, he; In-tallins staff "ill he h( was an organizer of the Greater by Mrs Jerrj district Miami Jewish Federation, for eight deputy pn District 24 yearpresident ol Temple Israel opportunity to meet the atari upper |olmem l *s ssr s. ar< Sfebcr MocWo/ters Jan. 19, by the auditorium on Op, ra Guild ol Greater Miami .i the at• elaborati an uthentic air to th< penturj comedy, set in romantic i j Ma Music-lovers all over the world ,...,. Mozart this year, with ,| his op tiled for cities on both Atlantic Jan 26 will mark the 200th birth. i r on thiseason, the i Guild will present Puccini's "La MR. PUMPERMK Sfri Have You Tried the Imported Kosher Cheeses in My Pantry? ympeaftk's <>7lli & loll ins Avcv Miami lt>a ~, ... .. Irene Biblo, furn .,„. turo di lilippi. dil I the We fi that our tj and for thr president ol elude the the Jewish Welfare Bureau. vice grand; Hi ei hen, recording In addition. Apte organized the secretarj Jean Han financial si Florida regional office of the Antiretarj Evelyi Decky, treasurer; opera-lovers deserve thi Defamation League, B'nai B'rith. Yetta Teitel. past noble grand: Sylent w< el We know tl and was its first state chairman, via Krugman, chaplain: R ,,,,,, He was also chairman locally, aKr< i rer; Bella Ros. well as state chairman, of the \\ ar i I conductor; Bertha Cohi Refufiee Sen ice. In 1942. he aswarden. sumed the po.-t of campaign chairThi Mesdames Bertha Di I man ol the Combined Jewish Apmusician; Beatrice Cole, right suppeal and was -tate United Jewish porter to noble grand; Sylvia ThaiAppeal chairman in 1947. er, left r; Lillian Schwartz, Apte was one of the organizerright supporter to vice grand; Haz of the Miami Chamber of Comel Katz, left supporter; Sarah The merce and was elected itvice odore, right supporter to past president. He also habeen chairnoble grand; Sophie Berlly, left man of the budget committee of support) Dade County Community Chest The Mesdames Jennie Hi Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service "•• f AT f I M I A I S FIRST An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clotfcej 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE MMl .organize. Hew..Clara Chaiken and Celia Llir-t president ..I the Temple. man. substitute officers Miller Electric Dade Monuments, Inc. 3223 S.W. 8th STREET Phone HI 4-2018 Catering Exclusively to the Jewish Clientele We are one of Miami's lending Jewish Monument Dealers Sendee • Delivery Quality PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS C0MPIETE DINNER WHERE THl HOME fOlKS EAT HOTEL PHARMACY INC. LINCOLN & ALTON MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-6425 Lo. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th SL Phone 9-2477 PERSOKAMZID tllVICI "ART" "MAmf IMF" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt 1*4y Phones FR 3-2244, FR 4 6652 Paiatbf. 140 S.W. I* 1 MAINTENANCE, Incorporated SASH and SCRUM StRVlCt AUDI i. PARttsN. 9mnm 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida Phone FR 3-5491 Lula Jones flowers For All Oceosioni DELIVERY Cut Flowers • Potted Plonts • Corsogts • Funerol Designs • Weddings • Porties T10 S.W. 8th STREET Phor.e FR 4-5790 \ 1 MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL V' ,VI "/ LOAN A%%OC,AT,OH r~ Harllov's Auto Top Shop The Best In Material, and Workmanship 1234 N.E. It AT.no. 'hone FR 3.8997 CHEVROLET PHONE 9-6441 •055W.FUOIER tfgfcSMce 2300N.W.7TTIAVE. PHONE 64-2626 can shop for a new tn\ LUBY FORLESI Seeluby you #' •rr f/Jy %  ***



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r, January 6* +Jm*ist>ikr*#M •m*i te Department Advisor Will be Guest of Winter Residents __ — ,.i" Miami Rrrh niiAtn *.t ihl i. Km,. „.. .11 i .... Page 5 A rner. of Miami Beach, ,l;,v revealed that the anCombined Jewish Appeal Residents Division dinner j, held at his home, 6455 ev dr. circle. >t ,,i honor' and principal r at tho dinner event will ; Hirsrhma'nn. nationally writer, advisor to the "State •merit and United Nations k| who bM recently returned 1-rat'l. social affair is scheduled for day evening, Jan. 12, and attended by nearly 100 and their wives, who will I) the division's effort in beTf CJA'a record 1956 goal. year, earner, who is servI econd year as chairman unit, was responsible for Jin the Winter Residents Ira Hinchm ith Clubs Pick w Officers tion results of five of the N.uith clubs meeting at the Gable* Jewish Center were nice! this week by Mrs. Samlock. chairman of the joint activities committee. club program is co-sponsorthe Greater Miami Jewish %  u:.i\'. 'enter and the SisterD! IIK (oral Gables Jewish ted wm (oral Gables ScnBdward Reiss, president; h -Nmielman, vice presiMichael, secretary, ilagida. treasurer. 1 Eleanor Friedel, prcsitochelle Mindcll, vice presiHarriet Auenshtat, secreMyrnt Dolinger, treasurer; inch, pledge mistress; and Topf, sergeant-at-arms. Si I wart Harolik, presi. hillip I'allot. vice president; Cantor, treasurer. —Jane Kopelman, presi)iane Gale, vice president; Bariech, secretary; Harriet one. treasurer; Ginger chaplain; Toby Grocsman. t at-arms. e-Teens— Bunny Goldberg. nt; Ann Perkell, secretary; Grossman, treasurer; Jean chaplain. [MNGTEARN tOM JANUARY 1 in on account or aeM Iyour present o cco ma t [or before January 10 your mon-y Jonuery 1 at '/2% par annum MM eas — iH — Vol•• %  fit* t $15,000. •"•t awared) to ERCANTILE ATIONAI BANK F MIAMI bl/w H I" Rood „i .-. Dopo* quota, e^tablishmg an all-time I In 1949, he made a special trip ,, for 'he State Department to YugoIJSJSS? M ,T\ l ,hr T s,avia where h conferred with important M (Idle hastern misMarshall Tito His report to the s.ons undertaken by this gOWBfl State Da pmlmen t helped formu. MffMhm^ ft* V?u ??*\Y* Pr,s,n S 'vemment pelHirsehmaiin is one of the lew icy toward Yugoslavia. It was dur intimate knowWdgfe of the tangled Ono World Award skein of relationships underlying All in all, H.rschmann has made the present ominous situation in twelve trips to Israel most of the Middle East j, hem on diplomatic missions. During World War II. Mr HirOn his latest trip, he conferred schmann served as special attache with Moshe Sharett then Prime of the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, j Minister, and also with Prime Min Turkey, and special representative i ister Nasser of Egypt of the war refugee board set up I Hirschmann, for many years by the late President Roosevelt, was a leading figure in the retail which helped bring thousands of department store field, serving as refugees out of the Balkans. His v ice president of Bloomingdales book. Late Line To A Promised land Saks Fifth Avenue. A pioneer Land," written out of those ex %  in radio and TV, he was the founpenences, was one of the mostjder of radio station WOR in Newinfluential of its kind. 'ark and WABF in New York Final Figures in Israel Bond Campaign Show Sales Up 22 Percent Over 1955 Final figures for State of Israel Bond sales in Greater Miami for 1955 showed a 22 per cent increase over the previous years, chairman Jacob Sher announced this week. A total of $640,000 in Israel Bonds was purchased by Greater Miamians. an increase of $115,000 over 1054, Sher reported. Similar increases were registered throughout the United States and Canada, although final figures are not as yet available, he said. Sidney Glazier, city manager of the bond drive here, is in New York attending a staff meeting of the Development Corporation for Israel which will make the final selection of a site for the International Mobilization Conference to launch the 1956 Israel Bond drive Sher said Wednesday that he believes Miami Beach is "an almost certain choice." If this area is selected, he pointed out, it will bring hundreds of Jewish communal leaders from throughout the world to Miami Beach in early February. With the Combined Jewish Appeal in its most active phase, workers of the Israel Bond campaign are now concentrating on a collection effort. Some $70,000 in bond commitments for 1955 remain to be redeemed. Trustees. Guardians and Sponsors of Israel for 1955 may reenroll for 1956 now by contacting the local bond office at 1544 Washington ave. Trustees are individuals purchasing more than $10,000 in bonds each year. Guardians and Sponsors are persons buying $1,000 or more in bonds during the current year. Those who reenroll prior to the International Mobilization Conference will be Charter Trustees, Guadians and Sponsors of Israel for 1956. The Signature Shop ATTRACTIVE HANDMADE GIFTS for Every Age and Tact* Many Can 8a Paraonalixed or Ordered to Specification* 313* Commodore Plata, Coconut Grava TMI IHII SUILD IF (IIUTIR MIAMI Pretests the Orlflnal Metropolitan Association Oast la Mezart's Cosi Fan Tutte" % 0MH i|t. Teetday, Jea. 17, Dad* Ceeety Audilefiii*. Second aerlemiaac*, Taortdo*. I— If, MlaaM teach Aedltoriaa. — TICKETS 0p9rm SalM #f Oradtor Mioe.1. US S.W. 2tta d Miami StOrtma. Taoia ay DM. 27 Tickets available at %  ordiao'l, Carde.lo •, Stead-on ., M.I. RodHo "la Boheme" TOM.. NO. 21. Thar*., Pee. 23. Sotardoy, Pat. 23 %  I I. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder—The Jewish Floridian Called to His Eternal Rest on TEVETH 25th, 5699-JANUARY 16th, 1939 "3* *w* In UtwiU Mil £uw* BMutuL to to. £iv* SouvtA," Huntington Medical Building S. E. 1st Street and S. E. 2nd Avenue IDIAL SUITES FOR DOCTORS Also Available Prominent 2nd Floor Canter Excellent Parkinq Facilities 100% Air Conditioned and Heal Jostiter Service Sea Representative in ROOM 1009-Phone FR 3-2330 7A* l&tj&i & § SlALTOtS Phont 32-3592 BROKERS COOPERATION INVITED Soy You Sow it in THt JEWISH FLORIDIAN American Israel Model Housing Ltd. announces Harry J. Sonz, Realtor IS APPOINTED EXCLUSIVE AGENT Acquire and mwm a luxurious apartment in the mottVrii Cooperative Apartment Hotel "TOURIST HOUSE" •a now being built in the center of TKL-AYIV • The first of its kind in Israel. • Ready for occufancy Fehreary/March 1956. • For p n nnn o Tt stay, vacations or business trips. • Spocitlfy designed to moke life eosire for new 11 11 coatrs to Israel. FOIL DETAILS OBTAINABLE FROM: HARRY J. SONZ 1534 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JEfferson 8-6623 A



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Page 2 A tjgtishfkff Agudath Israel Will Erect Day School Murray Rosenberg, president of Amidath Israel Hebrew Institute, Wednesday announced that trie synagogue will organize a day schojl under the charter of Ajudath Israel Hebrew Institute. The school will temporarily be conducted in the rear building ol the synagogue which will start in September. Plans are already being made to outline classrooms and to carry curriculum ol 8 national religious educational organization. Rosenberg revealed. The new day school will be under the guidance of spiritual leader of the synagogue Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Eve* and. according to the Rabbi, "this day school will be a modern Veshiva to solve the vex ing problem confronting the modern Jew the education of his children. The purpose of the school will be to provide a Jewish child with a general and secular education, in a religious atmosphere," he said. •It will offer a complete program I ol a public school education." Rabbi Ever also said that plans are in the making for high school; graduates to devote their entire lime in studying the Talmud," with '. the aim to erect a Talmudical col'• lege which will be the first in the South. High school graduates will ( be composed of outstanding stu-, dents from various Yeshivas in • the United States, who will be' -elected by their dean-to continue their studies during the winter months here Rabbi Ever added that "the chool will aim to advance and perpetuate traditional Judaism among American Jewish youth, to make that faith their spiritual • • cil. to foster a love [or the Jew. ish people and to < reate a rever t nee lor its glorious past and a firm belief in its future Rosenberg revealed thai Agudath Israel will shortly condui building fund campaign Commithave been appointed and arc ,dreads working toward thigantic undertaking, he said Women Schedule Local Forum Special community wide lorum ibeing held by the Women's Division ol American Jewish Congress with Leo Pfeffer, ol Ne* York City, as guest speaker, Pfeffer, American Jewish Con gress counsel and a member ol the Bar ol the United States Supreme Court, is a constitutional lawyei ol national repute His topic will be "American Jewish Congress in Relation to 0 n Community Problems The forum will be held on Tuesday afternoon. Jan. 10, al ih David auditorium. initial Emergency Red Feather Drive Effort Nets Some y/j|| |( ncC |( DoorS $ ^!L L r"L Beginning Sunday rmORED PAT WOMEtS YOUM* UNffOMMD $4 7*a7 CM Hlfh Tyft Dttk Weekly MaMs '" %  Upward of $100,000 was raised i„ plus-monty by Greater Miami Jewish community leaders • Westview Country Clob las Wednesday evening. Principal speaker at the function was Israel Ambassador to the United States Abba Eban. According to Sam J. Heiman 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign chairman, this figure represents Miami's initial effort to collect $375,000 as its share of a $25,000,000 United Jewish Appeal emergency fund drive in behalf of Israel's immigration program. The $100,000 raised last Wednesday," Heiman explained, "is the first step in our collection of Miami's total share of $375,000 in the national emergency fund. This fifwre is above and beyond the amount we need to raise in the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign." Jacob Shtr, chairman of the Westview function, said that plus-giving efforts in behalf of the UJA emergency fund would continue throughout the month. ,.,.,, |, cnt i„. r "volunteerm the Community cW %  ?! Division arc getting ;' ringing doorbells throughoul Da count) in the house-to-house dn which -tarton Sui '•"' with a goal ol R21S.O00 Heading up the Mtami Meti itan Division for the sixth straight real is Mrs F I Ravlhi of Alfonso ave., Cowl Gables Work with her chair men are Mrs Stanlej Mil in: NE 93rd -' nd M, ~ Cnar,w Fuchs, 6200 Riviera dr CableHundreds Slated At Beth David Fete; Hostesses Readied Mrs Sam Radanes. chairman ol arrangements, announced WedncI day that a committee ol h ostesses \ has been set up to greet hundreds, of congregation memliers who will attend Beth David's firs! annual dinner dance at the DiLido hotel on Jan. 8. 1 Serving ahostesses lor the ere ROD CIT Israel ning are the Mesdames l Bflkst, I B Befk, fsidor Berman, Carl Bernhardt. John rVller. MM Aral) Statewere concerned as to Handshu. Max Jacobson, Harvcj the extent the Khruschev declara Herman, Sidne> Kaplan Murraj lion forebode further anti-Israel Lazarus, Herbert E Seller frank actions by the Communist bloc Solomon. Julius Sperlii Vbi In Inreport on the mternation I Steinberg and Aaron Weinkle al situation, Khrusche\ scored the "The 1 • I innual dinnei American-backed Baghdad Pad promises l0 be the social higl accusing 111We-tern Powerol ,. trying to "inveigle" the And./' 1 "" '' K, ,h D v,d and -lateinto an "aggressive bloc more than 400 people are expected But he said, the Arab people were to attend," Mi Bi attempt and. he ad Katz's Kosher Restaurant LLINS AVENUE | NEST QUALITY FOOD AT REASONAI ... u, Arr.njc Vr WetfdiXfll. B.r Mltlv.hi. Eng.gemmt. and other Soe.al Funett.n. • r.,.lim>nw. W.ne with Q.|.^rFrM^I|hi isOO COLLINS AVENUE *HONi JE I.7J3, FINEST QUALITY FOOO AT REASONABLE PRICES Opn Ollly Effects Weighed Of Khruschev's at Israel Continued from Page 1 A Ba lai • 1 itplained. Pr Louis I. Kap Ito •en aiiu 1luuuwing sympameiic ally the valiant struggle of the pen bv honored guesl al the affair, pie ol Jordan against the attemptrued m Miami this week 1 force their tl resisting this S rt let public opinion has been and 1following sympal A mem %  • % %  -• %  ...i %  >Q*ui 1 aei iiin iii|>i itt... *i 1 wimiiii 1 t •• >M v n II %  %  % % %  to force their conntrj into joining be, 0 \ the Univorsitj ol Maryland ie Ba-hdad Pad ,„„„„,, "We understand the yearning I board oi regents, he came t" al "i Israe -nice it came Into be been threatening 'V iifl'ft. -I IIIH (Mlxr.lIIIOli;ol the people of the Arab nations 0 "' i ,h Orange Bowl who are figthmg for their lull liberation from foreign depend ence One cannot at the same time, fail to recognize as condemnable Ihe acts ol the state which ever has neighbors and pursuing a policj hostile to them." The Soviet leader charged that Israel had hem pursuing a policj hostile to the Arab states iron, the first daj ol its existence He added that "imperialist" Using Israel as a Ihe \1\1l) nun,• powers in against ye Se^v FTeE INSPECTION "Set Ynr Classified Mnctirj ter Oikii Office Ntimt fit Member of B'nai B'rlth S. l. Frcoditian ond M. Il< plum ,MEBREW BOOK STOKli { 417 Woihington Ave., Miomi Beach j Between fourth ond fifth Slj • HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES for Synagogues ond Private Uie MM for Hebrew Sthooli --EC --r I T *l*Phone JE 19017 {ISRAEL CERTIFICATES NO MINORS AUOWED ist and 2nd Races *) mmtr AT THE TRACK OF STARS MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB EXTREME SOUTH END Of COLLINS AVE. BOX FO SEAT V DIRECT BUS and JITNEY SERVICE RESERVATIONS | from Downtown Miami PHONS JE 1-0348 CHEATER MIAMI'S MOST CONVENIENTLY LOCATE0 DOG TRACK Prescription Specialists 3S0 LINCOLN ROAD '"-ronce on Wo.ninjton Avenue Phone JE 8-7425 1329 BISCATNE BOULEVARD Atross rrem Seen free Perking j„ R (ar Phone 12-2091 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES Learn the Seeret of Youth in ty Send tor Dr. Abrattmm tVeWiew's Two Booklets: "IIV! A 100 YEARS HAPPILY" and "THE ROAD TO HEALTH AND HAPPIER LIVING" $140 EACH The Spinoia Forum Foundation 124 %  11th STREET *IA*I REACH 39, FuJ CHARLES H. RRETHOLTZ CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUMTANT WIIHCI TO ANNOUNCE THE REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICES TO • UITE 119 I200 S.W. FIRST STREET MIAMI FLORIDA JANUARY I, lS FNllliN ? 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9 .j m istrhnrtar. Frkkn Page 4B United Synagogue Youth Officers Will be Installed ,r m ucr prwidert Lester I trei Ctfoi •!i At Pumpernik's restaurant, 67th it end Collins ave.. Mr. anMrs. William Blumentha!. oi Miami Beach, look over Mr. Pumpernik's menu with Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Edelmr.n eatery is open until 2:30 a.m. daily and until 3 a.m. Saturday night. Cotillion Group at Emanu-ll Will Hold First Meet Sunday Pare! ... Temple ; iwiced thai the first meet I tako place tasl u Sui n. 8. (ron the insiru Sociol Garnering* of All Kinds porl.e* + weddings f luncheon* I ^ reception* M %  — % %  %  %  ••*•" ^ ifony. Comple'ely Air Conditioned TMI IIST IN IOSHER FOODS KOSHER RESTAURANT 4 DELICATESSEN A Unique [tperienci >'n D'ning Plcuure .uJssen fo Take Home DINNER FROM SI. 3 5 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITY HAIL MIAMI BEACH Open 0.i • %  .i -i :o ? r ~. I I I I l • l I I I I t l I l I I I I l I I • I • l l I I • I I I t I l • I Roumanian Village Restaurant AUTHENTIC ROUMANIAN CUISiNE STEAKS CHOPS GOOSE PASTRAMI BAGELACH Dinner 4 • 12 p.m. Continuous Musit Perry Beubis • Irving Reseniweig, Hosts 764 Washington Ave. Ph. JE 8-9273 HERBIE'S Jersey Charlie's RESTAURANT ST?iAN AND KOSHER fOODS OUR SPECIALTY All S,r.'on Pas'riej bokH in butter on prm/sei. We use only Prime Kosher limb t Beef. OPEN 24 HOURS "A SANDWICH TO A BANQUET" 181 Sunny Isles Blvd. Ph. 816-9419 i • i i i i i i i i i • • i 11 OF LOCH SHELDRAKE, N.Y. FEATURING OUR FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL MENU CHINESE ITALIAN AMERICAN SEAFOOD Full Course Dinners from 1.75 (from 5 to 9:30 p.m.) DELIGHTFUL IATE SNACKS LUSCIOUS DESSERTS Pizzas Until 2 a.m. 247 23rd St., One Block West of Roney Plaza PHONE JE 8-5191 L, FREE PARKING For The Finest Dine at 940 71st St., Miami Beach OPPOS T E 'ME FOLNTAis Phone: UN 6-4043 I Free Porkino Air Conditioned undhfLL FRENCH ITALIAN CUISINE by JOHN FRIGGI mm Aatf 3 ,h, f B Alton Rd j| 8-99J5 The Original BATTISTA'S We're out IS BACK 4041 N.W. 7th ST. to please in food — in DrW ;„ „i Serving the fines, i n Italian or Am.ric ih norn^T sSrand R S p i V eal **"* ^Wfee 3 ^T^t V h Wh6 e ,lie Atm Sphere nd Su !" "*"9> Are Most Charm.ng Ample Parking Space 6 Coffee Shop aweiHes HOTEL on the Oct on 1741 COUINS AYl* MIAMI BEACH MASONS WHY YOU SHOULD DIME AT THt AMMflllfS HOTii STHKHY KOSHER DINING ROOM Becoi we trt %  •?*•••' % *•* %  •* H*t.nMV,-.| i ifc: I Rockoviky ••* Dr. %  • %  • Te* M. Stera, OKKI,,,. 2 Becoi.se we offer a 10eere PriM Bik Steak. *t, CbM I as well • Ridley Hiekt Tr*iHe1 MMW with ceo*., ine for enW S3.S0. 2 I, "The Talk of the Town" TRAIL CAFETERIA Air Conditioned 2546 S.W. 8th Street j Two freo Parking lots OPEN EVERY DAY OUR SPECIALTY CHOICE RIBS of BEEF RARE r WEIL DONE (very fvem.i COFFEE WITH FRESH CREAM 5c SECOND CUP WIT* US "Food to Please All the family" ANDY FRAZIER, Owner catering perfection fc Weddings • RtctftiMS • Meet ImdhtMS and AH Private Pita] BISCAYNE ^ W)WJ$J HOTEL Miami's OnlyfJew Bay front, Private Rooms Soctiag from W ts! CHARLES MAY 1 "Still Your Host" I rill PARKING. 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD i PHONE JE I 56*9 CA1 i i t i i i i i • i t i • I t • %  i t i t i • I • t • i I t %  • i i All CONDITIONED Under RebbmiceJ Sepervisie* •! Vmd Itmkmtktwtk ad AeeMll !•••! I. N. fer, Ofceefer 1 ; Free Pork*, .. Pr.-ise, 2 UMCOUI MAD, MIAMI LINCOLN MANOR 2£L? "# %  t fce Ociii" SERVING 7 COURSE KOSHER DINNER from $1.65 1 atering For Aii Oeca*iom$ LOMtST POSSMBI Royal HungarianT^Restu For Beautifully Arranged AHaks with lrodMoM Cuisine-Use Oar Kosher Coif me faciWm 731 WASNINCTON AVENUE, •"*"• M^-M



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6, 1956 LEGAL NOTICI %  JR T. JACOBS. itment to the new lor of administraaion oi American jregations wo anednesday by Dr. Eisendralh. U. A. frnt. rirecfor Scheduled executive direcWorkshop of will address memWomen's Unit ajbral Palsy on MonD, at the UniUd ., \'l I'l • \ i inai s.i •! %  • in an) • i i ha -., iii. I I. Of I'.. .to • 'Mil II. 1 '.' 11 I I %  il the firat i: 111 •01 > I %  i I .I'MH of "l n 10 ..ml will f\ 'IKI. I the i I 11 %  earnd I KAPLAN l\ -i ,i!,n HOER FICTITIOUS D-M LAW I ISIVHN ll>a. UK • iiitaae II 'II %  ,MM i'l %  !•: i:i:i:ni.iKR at \i mil Beach. 'I II llll.W till • Court %  '! I '.I.I. t s ii U.BKRQ |V PUBLICATION JlT COURT OF THE IDICIAL CIRCUIT OF AND FOR DADE %  IANCERV. No 13ai4 ;I:NMa miff I I %  ••ill. ml K)R DIVORCE I KNUR, vddreai Unknown ".• thai .i Mill i' \ ,r<. has i i n i I %  'nil il > IUI Ana* I lull .,f i 'iiiiii.iMim ..M IILNRY at .-'• Hi Miami. nil Anawei I re of On Clerk II '.r lief,.re "| uiry, I''... || |rou I >•"! I"' default I >"ll (..I the BIN uf ram uuldlehed i.me >.ki I ORIDIAN II Mi -IHV .,f De.-eniber. M'HKRMAN ii c %  ., | i Fl I., I" AN oriixi •vi-,': Dernrtv ivrt Mb ,.-|„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKHKllY (ilVKN thai Hi.undei li;ii' il dealt IIIK to engine In bualneaa umln I he fi.niioiiN name of PAULINE'S BEAl'TY SALON nmwiinil Hotel. Miami II. a. h. In lo refiatel aald nun.with thu Clerk <.f the Circuit Court ..f Dade c.uii I.la. I'M I.IN'C SKI.I.[SON. Hole owner 12/111 • I -!- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK'K IF HEREBY (JIVEN that the undersigned, dealrina i.i an (a bualneaa under ihe fl.-tltloua name .f Ul'INIELA BAR, i \ W iTtli Av.-iiiu-. Intend* to reaiatei aald name with ihi' Clark of ih.Ciroull Court of I lade < '"iintN. Iloi Ida \\ II, I.I AM fYHITEHEAD KKK.'I.KR OARS Atlornay* for Applicant '. eat hlacler Street til/30 — l/a-13--" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 180001 THOMAS CORPORATION, .i Florida coa p or a llow I'lainttff, va. ShullKS HKAI.TV. INC. a liorlda corporation, and (JAX i ill. PRODUCTS, INC OF FLORIDA, a Florida corporation, I >.-l.-ml. i ills NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: SHORES RKALTY. INC Nathan Sehwarta. President and Director JOS Weal SBth Klret New Yoik. Now York llyimin J. Fk-hwarts Vl.-e-Prea. and Director lfl West !th Sir... i New York. New York II .1 Slea.-I Se.-retarv and DiractOI Address Cnknown Tot" ARK HKHKllY NOTIFIED to filyour AIIMW. i to th.Complaint for Foreclosure of MmtKaKe on: lt ."> aod Mouth 47 feet of Lot 4 of Hlook I of WEST MIAMI HlloltES. SECTION PA", suhdlvlalon accordlnn to the I Mat there..f. recorded in Plat Ik .ok 4... page N ..f the Public Itorda of Dade County, nulilu. toitethtr with ImprovamontJ located thereon with lhORI >\ II i PONT K "Sll Kit CATERERS •! 170 M W :.th Mrel. Miami, liorlda, intend* to reaiatei raid name with the Clark of th. null Court of Itade County. Florida. I'.n.-i al Miami, Florida, thla 6th %  f December, l^r>.', ItOMEDALE DELICATKHHEN, INC. B) I It VI \ liORDON, I-re l/l-tl-N-tT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 18*120 NOTICE TO DEFEND HARRY l-KIN.rEIN and MARY FEINSTEIN, hiwife, IMalntlffi.. VB lllll.ll' CKINHTEIN and CLARA h'EINHTEIN. his wlf. H.UIIIV LEVY and ANN KKINSTKIN LEVY, hiWlf< ami RBOALINE MAM KACri'RIMtl c. INC a Phil Ida %  'M">ration. Defendunt.I" l-MII.II rr.l.VSTKIN North iih si t Philadelphia I, l*a %  i..\it\ KI:INSTI:I\. •••a lllnvhum Sli.-el 1'hlln.l. Inhli. I'a HARRV Lkjyl and ANN FEINKTEIN LEVY. hl> wife SM Eai • R .. kland H tree I Philadelphia. Pa Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a BUI for Partition of the Wool 'i of the NorihWe-at ', of Die houthweal ', >.i the Houtheaat ', ,,f S..11..11 B, !'.-n>hi|. .'.:i South, ItuiK.l Bant, K|d bind* hliiK ami I..ina in lad.County, % torida, tagathar with the hulldlns ami Imitrorementa located iharaoa '.i boon filed aitainat you ami rou are reiiulred lo aarve a cop) of roUl An-.: .-i pit .I.IIIIK I,, the 11ill of Complaint upon utalatltfa' attornaya. Myara, lleiman & Kaplan. (50 Kay bold Bulhllna;, Miami. Florida, and file th."iiitiii.il Anawar %  •< pteadlna In the I % fflCe ..f the I Mel k ol llle I'll, llll Court, on oi bafurp the 3rd da) of February. ItSB. If fom fall to do ao, linlaiiieiii b) %  !. i.mil will he taki-a aaalnal von f..i tiuraUaf damaadod In the Mill "I %  '..miilaliit l >NK AND ultHKIIKIi al Miami. I'l..rl.l,. lhl 4th diiv of Jan i: It LEATHERMAN. Clerk i MM I'I.IIII. i.mi. County, i I.I i nv w.\i w rrpcKiNO, IMauiv Clerk • K Ml. AN ,.i Myers, Halmaa a Kaplail Attornaya f.,, iMainilffa %  \i...ii I'.uiidina Miami. Fl... Ida I'-!:( .'ii -.'7 LEGAL NOTICI Page Ufa NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTRE IM IIKKKKY tllVKN that inderahrned, dealrtna to rnxaar in 1.10.11...., ,,„ i,. h fi ,| „ HEtlROE HOI i .... ||,| llaml it. r| Inter With Hi. ''I. ik of the ir.-uli i mm of Dade ( iui l Fl \i III: l" s i.iitn. OHRTRCDK I.run. ....... s "'' Wl MYER8. HEIMAN A.KAII.AN utornevi for A|.|.n. ,. H.Mi rJevhoUl lllda i/t-\.\-vi-:: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undei Klirned. dealrlnv t<. enga^ft 'n bunlness under the M. llll, HImime of NA8HBR REALTY, al 9010 PraJric Avenue. Miami Roach, Florida. Inti nd to raaiater xaid name with the Clerk of ihe (Mr. ult Court of I i, i. Co inn Flprlda SAUL W NASIIKH BARAH K NAMHKIt ...e..,.. ..."'"'"' ''• "" eiillritiea HARRY Zt'kERKICK Attorney for Haul W Naaber and Mai ah E Nitaher I2/*S-S0 l/-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVEN that the under-.lk.-ii.il, .lexirlnir to encair.In liuslneaH under the flctltloua nama of ITRDY LUNCH BONETTI at l4 Nth st. Miami Baarh, Intenda to raaiater aald name with the Clark of tile circuit Court "f Dada County, Florida. IDA iHINSKY. Sole OWMf MALVIN KNfil.ANDKR Atlornev for A|iplli.11. ant 12 13-10 — 1/8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that !h.undaraifnad, deslrina to enaa*.in bualnaai indet the fieiitii.u name % %  ( BENEFICIAL MORTGAOF: COMPANY, ,.i III N K tnd Btreet, Miami. I-ut mi.mii reaiatei -ai,i name with the Clark of th. Circuit Court Of Dade Count' PI, i HENRY i II \I.\M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.Tlt'K IK HEREBY lilVEN that the iiiul. i -in:, I. de-lrln %  In enaaae in bualneaa under the flititloun name of SHAMROCK INN, in 1500 N W I.. .leiim Road, Miami. Florida Intend t>. teirlfter aald i i'i the t'|. k of th. Court %  Ifctde %  "out n). Florida HARRY I PATTERSON UtTTIE PATTERSON HENRY M. CAIN Attorna) for ApplF. nl W FMaalrr Si Miami. FMoi ida 1 J 10 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the iinderHittneii. daalrlna to engase in l.unlneunder the flctltloua n.nn. .1 LAFAYETTE HOTEL, al B44 Colllna Avenue. Miami Hen.h. Florida, Intends to reifiMt.r said name with the Clerk ,.f the Circuit Court of Dada County, Florida MAX FEIC.ELES MELVIN I KIOKI.KS QILBERT \ TOt'NCI Attorney! foi Max AMelvin F.-laelea 12 in l 8-1S-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 18S912 rHEODORE STERN. Plaintiff, JANET STERN, D. f. ndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO JANET STERN. i >,H Second tvenue N.W Yolk. New York Yol ARK HEREBY REVII IRBD to oervc a copy of vour anawaa lo ihe Complalnl for Dtvoree filed heroin on rial..'iffattorneva, COI'RKHON ., .inDATKD Let, iSea 11 K R LEATHERMAN. i Mei k of •ouri B) It II RICK, JR. I'. |, ,t \ Clerk ••It E McCUNE COMPANY WAISIRS P COUNSCLORS ADRIAN MtCUNf, M A I MARION C. McCUNI (at.A.I R S'l I I DI |< A I m II DING vIlA Ml CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BV THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 1. VI.I. I.i WHOM THESE I'REHENTH SIIAI.I. COME, riREETINOH VV h. HENRY A-:.M VN MIAMI FLORIDA F: It TAIT, MIAMI. FLiUtli'A i. a TAIT. MI VMI i i."i:ii'\ did ..n the jjrd ttai ••( >i tobar, A D l4li. be II 11".rated llluli l thf provlalena "f the feneral oorporala.i, l.,w of tin State "f Fl.i'lda. HENRY INVESTMENT CORP., a r-oipor n with itprincipal place ,,f hii-i.i.al \l ml i >• in the State ,.f K!. Ihe at,-, k h "Ui h rot |oi a I Ion .It'* on Ih._'M I' llH auaa to l>. filed in ,,f |j„ Slat, "f Ihi Statt' ,.f Florida, a Conarut of all Ih. tin pn < iiiiit.li "t -u. h urporalli n Now i uu he l -.ltl-He I Ihal tile f law have heti WIT.VKHH WHKhl'.'l-' I lave hereunto -ei nn „,i hav. iffi\-l ^ Seal of the Sta'. I I.i. ,i TalLanaaaat tba Capital. the T la remh. r. \ D I I tJRAT. M., > Of .-I..I. I/S/M LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is III:I:I:I:V QIVEN that Ihe umb i KUtne.l. daalrlna to eiutaae In buaineaa andar KIDONIA APARTMENTS, al 1211 Sal/• do Street. Cora 10 Ito with the Clerk "f the ('ii,nit Court "f ounty, Florid '.F:ST \V IlKX.NKTT I' I'.. A UKN M r i REALTY '•' .MIAN i Not In. i r PHLTE. Attorney.at-l-w vii rney for AiipTIi %  Phon. 1/8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'lTI.'K is HEREBY OIVEN that .ii-i.~iKn.il. daalrlna; to ensaaje in rictitb.j MADEIRA APARTMENTS, at I0-4JII Madeiia Avenue. Co .a. Into raaiater aald nafme with the t lerk of the t'lri-ult Court of Dad. County, Florida ERNEST VV BENNETT. I" %  A. BENNETT I1KALTV COMPANY (Not In. i BARNETT PKLTE, vttom. at-Law Attorn.•> foi Applicant ITM S \\. Kth Str.,t. Miami Phone B-135ft 12/16-23-30 — 1'8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTli'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, de-ulna; to enaaae In hiialneeunder the fii-tltloujt name of HAUMANCA APARTMENTS, at 210 Salulimma Avenue. Coial 'lal.lee. i'ltemK to raslatar aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi County, Florida. EHNKKT W HKNNFTTT. D II.A BENNETT REALTY COMPANY I Not In, BARNETT PELTZ. Attorne) ,.t-lj.w Attorney for Appli.-ant I?39 S \V Sth Street. Miami Phone S-1358 ii ii-n-M — i/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the underola-nei nx to enKage in bualneaa ukdei the flctltloua name of NORTH Ml VMI BEACH LAL'NDR) MAT at I I I %  %  aid i k ,,f ii.i .1 .ni-il 1 ,l.i MAX HOROWITZ ~.u_l/i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOi NAME LAW NOTI K IS lILiM.I'.N OIVEN that %  I H I ItiOU :W 27th Avon I. intendt" I.-I %  • •.,. i II ,.. it Ii ihe clerk ..f th. i ill Court "f Dada < 'ollllt l I i. ,1 -ida .1 VMi;s A. SCIINKIDFTR KEKSLER .. QAI Attorni WTeel Ftaaler St NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is HEREBY OIVEN that ih. iiml.-isigned, dextrine; to t-naat:. In huaineae under the fletltnnih nama of ALLAN s BAR, at T'"i S \V 27th \ i mi-, intendto radiator aald name with the clerk ..f the Circuit C-Mtrt of Dada County, Florida ALLAN POV/ERS KES8LER A OAP.s Attorney* for Applicant 1782 W. Piaclar st. 12 18-23-M l I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that th.uuderalgned, daairini to engajjte In buainaaa under the ii. i tloui nama of STAPLES .ii'i in. ... |...i ii.-'l). at 418 B.W. Mb Avenue, Miami, Florida, intenda t" raarlatar aald nan, with the clerk .,f the Circuit Court "f Dade nlv. F'i.,i Ida WILLIE LI.VTT M \.\ P BNOBL \ 11 rn ) for Ktaplea 1/8 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAV.' NOTICE IS HEHEBY OIVE.N thai • Ii. on !. desiring lo erTsaRe in l>l|llie-K under the fl.-tltiouII.. i ANOIE e> l-'l:i:n s ITALIAN AMERICAN REHTAI'RANT, HI 20S Colllna Avenue. Miami Pea. h. Intemlto register said name ilh the i "lei k o: the Circuit Court "f I'ade CoUntv, Florida i ItA.Niil coRP Sol.i iwner MYERS. HEIMAN A KVPI.AN Attornaya for Applicant i',ai S. hold MldK 12'18-23-io — 1/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'.ri.l'. is HEREBY OIVEN lhat tinunderauxncl. dealrina; to ensaar in l.iisln<-s under the flctltloua name ,,' TROPi-TE.X FABRICS OF MIAMI at P Box 2071, Ml i 12. I-'.a II i.n.Ito reaiatei aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt ot Dade Count), Florida MILTON OOLDBERO SHAPIRO e. CRIED Attorney a for Applli 12. Lin. oln l: %  i l 1-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the uml.'i .-luned. dealrina; t.. ensafa In buaineu under the flcUtlou I d M I'AINTINO CO., at 15 N K ITlnl Te, race, Noi th Miami H Intend to ..me Ith the ci.rk ot ih.Circuit Court of Dada Count \. 1 i,.i Ida .IPLirs C.REENBERO MORRIS HKLFENBAI'M i I ^_^_^^^ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLOW IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 18556? JOSEPH PASO. Plaintiff. VIRGINIA H i ASi.. Defendant N. rTICE BY PI BLICATION TO: VIRGINIA H. CASO. IBS oak Street, A Mil t \ \ 111.-. NeW York YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED I hi., t Complaint for Divor,-. habeat fil.-ii ajralnat you In the above entitled ..in-,, .in,i \ on are required to aervi ii ropy of vinir Anawer on NELAN SWEET, plaintiffattorney, 12" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Anawer in the office of the Clerk of sal.I Court on OT hefore January 16. MM, or Deere* Pro Confeaeo will h, enteratd aaalnal you DATED Iteeember H. i.". F:. Il LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court B) R II PICK. JR (SEAL) Deputy ci.ik 12/18-23-30 — 1/8 Your son drives a borrowed car Is ho covered by your automobile liability insurance? For me answer to this, or any onW Insurance qvesfioa Artfiur M. Kahn Richord L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street n tlAVtlBtt. 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+ k*isttk*i<*r>r Page 9B :es In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worship LNADA JEWISH ITER will hold irvioea at 5:15 to Heira officit-s will be inaul. Subject of the rd as: "A GreatMr. and Mrs. be hosts at the lowing. Saturday ire at 8:30. Seron the Weekly [services are at ty Shapiro and |ciating. CONGREGA Friday evening Saturday morning BO. Rabbi Joseph Officiate and disjnce of a Name.*' till speak on the [Mincha is at 4Ji\ Shalos Scudos. at 7:30 a.m. and lEL CONGREGA Friday evening Saturday morning 30. Rabbi Arie Ml ind discuss: fce Manifested in r Class in Talmud ui at 8 a.m. Class r 5 i> m.. followed I KIIIS. Mr. rti ars harts, MSH CENTER will srvkN at |d Michaelson. di House at the UniJii, will discus*: Public Schools." Sclm File will be shahbat in honor Ian. who becomes it unlay morn%  90 kNU-EL will hold IMTVICCS at 5 and In? l.-hrman will Through DisSaturday morning Sermon will be Weekly Portion. {rummer renders |on* of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Alan % me Bar Mitzvah. in the chapel at m. PARK CONGRE |lil Friday evening dedicated to stuioua school. ParMaxine Levine, Ami Bergman, Ihryn 1-evin, Rob|r;i Wcin.stein and Candelabra pre. and Mrs. Irving unveiled. Rabbi Jl discuss: "The [Saturday morning with Rabbi Lerer nation Within a is at 4:43 p.m. fRAEL HEBREW | hold Friday eve5:30. Saturday are at 9. Laurof Mr. and Mrs. I will become Bar |aac Ever will ofCh on the topic: |s> in Talmud is ffobbi Iro Heim "trreatnesi ef Humility" at 4 p.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Scudos flyman Cohen is host. Daily services will hi ;d 8 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 discoss: "Jewish Mother." Oneg Shabbat follows t CANDLEUGHTING T'.ME Teveth 15 — 5:23 p.m. Irer 'ftratrhraV under the sponsorship of Bikur Cholun. Saturday morning services arc at 8:30. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are in the school chapel under the direction of Jack Katz ker and begin at 10 a.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Reported Vision of the Pope." Cantor Jacob Bornstein renders the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and preach on the topic: 'Life' Gets Religion." Saturday morning services are at 10:45. Cantor Samuel Kelemer renders the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. j Saturday morning services are at 0. Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Scudos Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:25 p.m., with Sunday morning services at 8. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate and preach on: "Tour of Our Jewish Communities." Oneg Shabbat follows. Mr. and Mrs Sol Halpert will be host in honor of their son, Barry Stewart, who becomes Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9:45. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at !5:15. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Habbi S. T. Swir-ky will officiate and preach on the topic: "On Manufacturing Our Own Gods." Cantor Loaia Garten( haus renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are in Yeshiva Hall at 10 a.m. Class in Sanhedrin will be at 4 p.m. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will preach on: "How Religious is the College Student?" Cantor Abraham Seif renders the musical portions of the GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD AOl i, DAT l M '* RA EL -HEBREW INSTITUTB-MS 7Sth -at. Orthodox. lUtilu Isaac Ever. BETH ISRAEL CONQREOATION-inoO Prairie ve. Orthodox. Kabbl H Louln Rot t man. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER SL'O, fSth t. Conservative. Rabbi slay IT Abramowlu. Cantor Edward Kteln. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM—4144 Chase avo. Liberal. Rabl.l Leon Kronish. ant..r Samuel Ki-li-tn, r. TEMPLE EMANU-EL—1701 Washington ave. Conservative, Rabbl Irving Lehrman. Cantor Philip llrummer. BELOW LINCOLN ROAD BETH JACOB CONGREGATION—::01 -311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tlhor St.rn. Cantor Maurice Marnrhes. BETH TMLAH CONGREGATION—935 Km lid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph K. Rackovsky. HEBREW ACADEMY-91H th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Cross. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION —141.', Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rnbbl Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Abraham Self TORAH TEMPLE—12,4 West ave. American Judaism. Rabbis Abraham and Louis Cassel. CORAL CABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER—310 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Irving. Robinson. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER—44 Zamora are. Conservative. Rabbi It. Leon II in wit*. Cantor Rudolph Brill. DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION13.', NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Rabbl Arle Reeki'i. HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD—'??.', Monroe St., Hollywood. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel l/rer. TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD—2030 Polk st Bollywood. Conservative. Rabbl Oavlil Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Hetlbraun. TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE—1S01 South Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. Reform. Rabbl Marius Hanson. HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER— 9:>1 East 4th ave. ConBel v.r. I \ c. NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL—137 NI: Iflth it Reform P.;.bin Jo i ph Narot, Rabbl b Kaplan, Rabbl Bmerltue. Cam ir Jacob i' TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER M North Ml.ml ave Conaervai n Rabbl Abraham Herson Cantor Albert Giants. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION 1US1 NW 17th ave. FLAGLER-ORANAOA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER—.O NW Hat il Conservative. Rabbl Loo Balm. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTFR1 ::• IM Waal I'lxle hwy, Conservative, Rabbl liiiiiy < ikolUa. Cantor Maurice V NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION Ulth at. ami NK 11th ave. Con sen i : %  .••. I'.abbi Isaac I.crer. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION -311 Coral BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE NX BVt 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbl Yaakov RosenbergCantor William W. I.ipson BETH EL CONGREGATION — T.00 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Hwlrsky. Cantor Louis Cartenhaus. ISRAELITE CENTER—319S SW I4th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Samuel Salkow. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 1101 tf\V lZth ave. Orthodox. Rabbl Simon April. Cantor Ilerele Kelemer. WEST MIAMI TEMPLE ZION ITM SW 17th st. Consei -\.,U\ • %  Rabbl Alfred Waxman. Or. Sidney I. Gretnbtrg Local Educator Named to Board Dr. Sidnty I f.reenberg. director of education at Temple Beth Sholom of Miami Beach. was this week elected a member of the national executive board of the National Association of Temple Educator* Dr. GresnbBTg's election came at the conclusion of the fir>t national convention of the organization in New York City Elected president of the association was Dr. Toby Kurzband. of the Jewish Community Center of White Plains, NY. liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Subject of the sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Rabbi's class is at 4:30 p.m., with Mincha and Shalos Seudos following at 5. • I c TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday evening service-, at 5:30 and 8:30. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate and discuss: "Names of the Children of Israel." Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday morning services are at 9. Mincha will be at 5 p.m. • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi David Shapiro will preach on the topic: "Life's Supreme Challenge," Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will follow in honor of Rabbi and Mrs. Shapiro. Saturday morning services are at 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Daily morning services arc at 9. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica will discuss "Are We Getting More Religion?" Cantor Maurice Neu renders the musical portions of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore directing the choir. Saturday morning services are at 9. Alan, son of Mrs Anne I-evinson. and Ru son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fn.-dman, will become Bar Mitzvah. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. Rabbi Simon April will inaugurate the tirst in a series of late Friday evening services at 8:15. Sermon topie is: "One Year to Live." Saturday morning services will be at 8:30. Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Levine, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Berele Kelemer renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 5 30 p.m. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Fridayevening services at 8:30. Rabbi Abraham Herson will preach on the topic: "Freedom's Greatest Challenge." Cantor Albert Glantz renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Herson will discuss: "Seventy-One—An Important Nunv ber in Jewish Life." Torah class and Kiddush follow. • • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:20. Oneg Shabbat is at 8:30. Saturday morning services will be at 9. Subject of Rabbi H. Louis Rottman's sermon is: "Elders in Israel." Bible class will be at 4 p.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Week day services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:25 p.m. • • i BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate and discuss: "Moses According to Freud and Ahad Ha'Am." Cantor William Lipson will render the musical portions of ;the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat follows. I Saturday morning services are at 9. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Bogish. will become Bar Mitzvah. Junior services .ire in the chapel at 10 a.m. Kiddush follows %  J • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Tibor Stern will assist in the dedication of neon-lit Ten Commandments given the synagogue by the Galbut family Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Cantor Maurice Marnrhes renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Bible will be at 4:16 p.m. with Mincha following. Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Beth Jacob Spiritual Leader To be Speaker Saturday Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, will he guest speaker at a meeting of the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami on Saturday evening, Jan. 7. at Temple Emanu El. Rabbi Stern will discuss in Hebrew "The Composition and Rts> tory of Mishna." The noted spiritual leader is the author of "Hukat Olam" and Child's Bible." Feit Unveiling The Dedication of a Monument to the Memory of the late MAX IEIT fonnrrl\ of B3J GDI UMI A\l Ml l Ml\Ml Bl VII u ill take place B NDAY laMUAM Sill 2 p i i iu\ the family riot at Mr SINAI CftMBTBST ur.h RABI TIKOR SriRN offlCMtWf In additmi to the miitm, Mrs. Paulino Feit, lurvhron include one -on. Jack, of Detroit, and throe daughter*. Dorothv. of Miami. 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6, 1956 ^Jewish fhridUan Page 7B \g Kites Unite Miss Marilyn isman, Samuel Levine in Gables •P GroMtmn beIcvinc in double rites Saturday 4. at the Coral liter. Rabbi Mord. I>cor of the c and white. the daughter of ix Grossman, Jack)n Island. NY. top of Mrs. Alex lieach, and the ilM. Levine selected Hy lace and nylon taffeta fashioned (lace bodice, cap eckline. Her wide ftleman I Vows I] U'vinc and HenInr married at the m, l on Wednesday. %  Morns A. Skop. of ipwi.sh Center, offiH the daughter of Krvine and the late %  <>f 4445 North JefBanii Reach. | is the son of Mr. ftman. of New York %  return from their B couple will reside lace collar was highlighted by iridescent sequins and seed pearls. and the very bouffant ballerina skirt of lace featured a wide flounce of nylon tulle. The bridal veil was held by a crown of tulle accented by sequins and pearls. The bride carried white orchids on a Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. William Lipman, Trenton. N.J. Junior bridesmaids were Susan Falk and Barbara Landers, with Jill Landers acting as flower girl. Ushers included Dave Goodwin. Abe Schaefer, Ernest Ncufeld, George Klein, Sandy Cohen, Barney Landers, Jack Kanowitz. Herman Marks, Paul Marks and Sidney Falk. Murray Levine was best man for his brother. The bride is a graduate of William Cullen Bryant High School in Astoria, L.I., and was graduated as a dental assistant from the Eastern School for Physicians Aides in New York. The groom attended schools in Brooklyn, N.Y. He is a vice president in the Zionist Organization and a member of Hibiscus lodge and Mahi Shrine. Buffet dinner followed the ceremony at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. After a honeymoon in the British West Indies, the couple will be at home at 210 Mendoza, Coral Gables. %  Indent, Attorney Arc Married Inhle Ring, Candlelight Ceremony m riny candlelight K.iiukiy, Dec. 25. at I Misi Carol Joyce niter of Mr. and I::!/. 1576 Daytonia rd., became the bride of Murray Dan Shear, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shear. 1220 SW 25th ave Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Best man was Frank Shear, brother of the groom. Ushers were Morris Levitt. Jerry Schwartz, Donald Stone. Clayton Bernstein and Bernard Weintraub. Maid of honor for her sister was Irma Schwartz with Mrs. Joseph Harris, matron of honor. Sister of the bride Barbara Diane Schwartz was bridesmaid, and Rhoda Deutschman was junior bridesmaid. .Judith Deutschman was flower girl. Mark Levin was ring bearer, and Melvin Allen acted as junior usher. The bride selected a gown of bow knot lace bodice with illusion off-shoulder neckline, tiny mandarin collar dewed with seed pearl and sequins and long point-to-hand sleeves. The very bouffant skirt featured tulle and lace alternating to give a tier effect. Her sweep train and custom made clip of matching lace were held with three tiers of imported silk illusion. The bride graduated from Miami Beach high school, attended Vanderbilt University and received her BS degree in chemistry at the University of Miami, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority. Alpha Epsilon Delta national pre-medical honorary society, Beta Beta Beta bithe hotel eville has everything pEN A SPECIAL KITCHEN observing, dietary laws and r' ,h complete banquet facilities. [OR INFORMATION: hone HARRY MRFENIST i...t Ma—aer JifferMR 2 2511 % EANFRONT f" to 30th Street AMI BEACH Miss Beverly Shore i Mist lefeerfa Fis*er Brandeis, Tufts Students Plan Rites Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Shore, of 1766 Michigan ave. Miami Beach, and Hull. Mass.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Beverly, to Jerome Edwin Sheiffer. He is the son of Mrs. Betty Sheiffer. of Newton, Mass., and the late David Sheiffer. The couple plans a September wedding in Boston. Miss Shore is a student at Brandeis University, from which Mr. Sheiffer graduated. He is now studying at Tufts University school of medicine in Boston. Baskins Announce Susan A Mica's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Benson L. Baskin, 946 Bay dr., Miami Beach, and Chicago, announced the engagement of their daughter, Suzan Althea, at a family party Dec. 24. Miss Baskin's fiance is Edward Allen Fagen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abel E. Fagen, Lake Forest, 111. She was graduated from Wellesley College and the Juilliard Institute of Music. Mr. Fagen attended Harvard and ology honorary society, Chemistry club and was initiated into the highest women's honorary fraternity, Nu Kappa Tau. She also played in the University of Miami Symphony orchestra. She is at present attending the Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Mr. Shear is a graduate of Miami Senior high, where he was a member of the debating team and state president of AZA. junior order of B'nai B'rith. He attended the University of Miami, where he was vice president of Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity. Phi Eta Sigma freshman men's scholastic honorary fraternity. Alpha Sigma Upsilon inter fraternity honorary and Omicron Delta Kappa national leadership honorary fraternity. He received his BA degree cum laude and continued at the I'm ity of Miami school of law, also graduating cum laude. While there, he was a member of Moot Court and was leading articles editor and developments editor of the Miami Law Quarterly. President of Nu Beta Epsilon legal fraternity, he is now a practicing attorney. Mill Suian Raskin Singers Announce Anita's Betrothal Anita Singer and Philip David Goldberg are engaged. Their betrothal is being announced by Anita's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley B. Singer, 2375 SW 25th st. Parents of the groom-to-be are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldberg, 2015 SW 22nd ter. The bride-elect graduated from Miami hik;h school, where she was a member of Omega Delta P.M sorority. Pen and Sable Art club and Future Business Leaderof America. She is now an upper freshman at the University of Miami, where she la najoriBg in art. Mr. Goldberg graduated from Coral Gables hi^h sehool and Was a member of Sigma Kho fraternity Also a student at the l'nivcr>ity of Miami, he is in his junior year and majors in boailMM administration and accounting: Miss Anita Singer the graduate school of Purdue University. The wedding will be in Chicago early in the fall. Nassau Honeymoon For The Kossmans Following a wedding trip to MMMU, the Norman A. Rossmaa Jr.s. will be at home after Feb. I at 1744 Northshore ter., Orlando, Fla. The former Miss Marilyn Goldstein and the son of Mr. and MrNorman A. Rossman. Sr.. 4455 Prairie ave.. were married on Dee. 25 at Congregation Ohev Shalom in Orlando, with Rabbi Maurice Idell officiating. Miss Sally Rossman. sister of the groom, was maid of honor, and Mr. Ros.sman chose his father M beat man. Nathaniel Stone, of Miami Beach, Joseph Goldstein, broth* r of the bride, and Charles Lane, of Orlando, served as ushers pre-medical school, graduated from Miami High in 1953, where be Was a member of the Wheel Club and on the Varsity football team At the UF he is active in Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity. Alpha Phi Omtga service fraternity. Pi Mu and Alpha Epsilon Delta medic .1 fraterni'ies. The couple will live in New attends Tulane Wedding Bells for Roberta and Bob To Ring June 24 Weduing bells will ring June 24 for Roberta Lois Fisher and Robert j Theodore Salzman. who plan to be l 0rl f ans i wh,le he married in Philadelphia, Pa. me dical scho ol_ The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Fisher. 2212 SW 9th st. Mr. Salzman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Salzman, 2010 SW 18th st. Miss Fisher, a University of Florida student, graduated from Miami High School in 1955, where she belonged to Quill and Scroll. Anchor Club, Tri Beta Council and served on the Miahi and Times staffs. She was also Stingaree Sweetie and a Calendar Girl. 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vj&itfncriJ&ri ld oy. Page 10 B MIITOX FUBBMANJ^ Naval Commander Writes Own Hi st SYNAGOGUE ARCHITECTURE IN THE UNITED STATES. By Rachel Wischnitzer. 204 pp. Philadelphia: Jewish Publ.cat.on Socety of America. S6.C0. By HILARY MINDLIN THE SYNAGOGUE has always e the i ml thus, ol hifuture i : type in America thai %  l iall> anil! the past and c in Jewish communitii torii eiplines of l i i ih n. s S -seci %  he first nor the last" i %  %  I V US K no H. H in i 1 %  %  %  II ; But he proceedih, mobilization of ,1 lor the Arab spread of GWn> ,,„ ,n the Arab world would iwn doing from our one%  M ll statements made by n were dcmonstrably he said "I< B ||o one single refuume back The fact is readmitted many Vrabs who were ,,i families separated he Vrab invasion of nentinfi on Egyptian Pre\ i Communist arms said "I will not him Hutchison ex•. i • was' "IUIIM ik" in the fw e of Lsrael • Khan Yunia and else rhi -nil Hutchnted to protect %  \i -cr's only 8 vi. t bloc for MilHutchison ( arms' *al< t 0 the flow ( ,i Cot '" K; ,: I', .slid] t'l do is \t, j^r the) warn war." \i this i referred in prf .jj Palest mi' .,n Influent chem Hi n ^ j said "" floral against the Arahi. J The ( "iimaneafl peal to <* .rid rael an bihtv o| "militar. |,.rrenactk>ns i 'cooj! Hutchi r|. dfB p rael'* m II.X.MJ timid, mntl to frighti %  to pro* into figl img i >rj could nov vlup n ed." 11 • on In s If r CARSOX — Blaustein at Least Gives Them Advice! INTERESTINGLY fication wii i %  %  : -%  : .' ted Sam J %  l I prominent role HAY III LOYEX — In the End, Respect and Pride Triumphed ....... : ll ago and the I'..S \ .I the to what 1 tish. Tht British wi tie ;, hysteric! go to be senl on camp near thi eh. There wa i •,.. the toilet ished to bns Fuel was non-exist< I racks were badlj in n< : %  ri %  %  • the %  'on finally 1 I meet n behalf of Of defennr the Middle %  nee caused I ypt ". larantee of Ugh a treaty lie in lack Then .ne li ading poattfceai Washington Iher influence nor ii a have, ad: ouit in their minced jn Reliut there is tics, is neither %  man nor a RrHi i. known to be a m luncea that •) i • he is one %  iders closest to ii in Wavhingi he was a thi l'i ited St the United Nations by the n is Jacob ad a promiII %  the Tenth •'•:l Assembly fact, lay the -II <>f tho %  '• fights engaged in thi American and lions As a memi i. ei John: .alt* tngton i.enen Blau Dalles %  d Near r Affaira] i d back to v. with Ini ef thi tober ujv on the plane ing the flight. len went into r tAnd wh Washiton V r rushed in %  *** lt to see Mr !>ullrBILL WO LFE — Protection Fund for BOJ BORIS SMOLAR — Jewish community needs in 1956 will >ear s, nc e 1948 when the ;. ever was raised by American Jewry for Dhilar thropic purposes. An indical • %  ... nt T eds the request made to United Jewish Appeal leaderby Israel Minister Golda Meyerson whois n.^r this country—to increase its Special Fond fr.mS25.000.000 to $100,000,000 fr0m This is m addition to the S1O5.0OO.0OO s C! In the I JA as the regular goal for 1956 Although the IJJA leadership refused to commit itself on Mrs >ons huge and unexpected request, ii is „ei ess clear that unprecedented efforts will be made irni v 1 ^ Ll 1956 The movin of .000 JeJt iron, North Africa to Israel has been started and their settlement in trael will requ.re f un V t '56 Community Needs Will he Very High T"?,*" ernnMnt is • Thus, the burden of supply.n, %  '> %  ith Americaa Jewrj „ ,. r a,n,a 1 n 1 ,-:^;r:; n ;:-v:: r ,, 7 -' • >*n funds *,u h,v. ," w,rtw %  -huh Egyp, $i UN under th, ''MilUs th. Not o< the Joint D.stnbui,; !! %  aettoi formerly Elaine : Brooklyn, N Y.. is lete Vet she has em. "I upon a battle that can tremendous effects on the 1 < boxing It can be said. lhal she is taking on her ne of the most impor• in the history of box>ng m our country. "• nores is the widow of *eiterweight boxer Goorgaj Flor lied in 1051 of injuries red in a New York bout. wo* only 21 years old wnen he died world was electri *hen the State Court of i laims announced that it was i>n K $80,000 to Mrs Florae "" ^ r "sinds that the state was negligent in permitting Floras to Kht the night he wa fatally in< h ** decide to for; n go''^; ,,,, ? "^ d d >^re ,n the funds whuh^,, ?' ^"^ Z"" .t? ^ — k !" M — ordina^^lr"> "*\ ift Smg^ p "j£ the outcome of an appeal that has been filed diet The $80,000 i* j a sensation btcaefl first of iik' nd e *S ruling al-e warning that fli fighters will not Thus the final hjj an impact <-n th* ^ ing While MrJ vious personal claim. H I-• lw 1, actions thai shej tent other fn victimued in husband was. dead, and thff cannot be ing his case the public responsibility ally, she may others don't tragedy. ta and



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.Friday Jap, G I c \0 I ( Society \<2tcfKfi4ed s4fot *} Ofa aVlC /VC47/III Cy C / activities around town last week Wcxclman, Baks! Riles Culminate School Romance i st. son of 3 %  • i Kn • %  %  %  sister v %  • %  A %  rq i %  i l. •< lr?o %  S I pater c Mrs. Miss E\\ \\ s Mr. Baimi's Bi In I :• Rites %  haer* M atoaefk. ". s ...... %  ~, I honor • %  Tv hnaa t holidaj •Cthritki around town last eek *, T*d R .chard Aronaon. niece and nephew of the j K *] The new hnde is the daughter of the Natha* N N Husband Tad u a Uaitararty of Mum, • Mr*. Moll* Aroneaav • ho wedding anniversary of Minn* Ceka Bernard Kari %  ****?, •• F r £ %  •" marr* 1r home of Rabbi Morn* Skop. i oral Gam* ,1 | Paf jer Minna's the daughter f the kj Cohans H< i husband ("Ik* are the Lao Katies. • SI Mat at. Mum. <,rcator Miami Alumnae Association of. nines* auction Jan 9 at the borne o| Mrv Bfrnlteir Michigan. Welcome are alwBng, : DPhlB and active* to attend and hrian art Mrs. Marvin Cwbirman Mrs. Naftai man Mrv Stuart Shapiro. Miss Janice Brill and Miss Helen panned DPhiE chap:, r on tat [ %  SOfOtfTlfS IN THf fOtfftOmT ArT aUtTNOAf TO atflC8TE They're still diK-u-a DHfcl nnuaJ "Home From College ieek Mrs. Marvin Meitvs welcorred the i Leslie Bi>s- ':• member* in Sot and Marry Zukernack at th. Khenegl Herbert F Rewnbaum. vice president ot SI Q nuasjl N H Melody and Hope were the theme t jej Moiodye Hope Weiss on her fourth birthda> Si:lay, Jan. 1.] nee 520 SW 82nd ct. Some 2U0 peno*j Meiodye's personal friends 0a tke Debby Friedman, tabby Weeraan BBkd Buddy atil *• von • m cuests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack F1nl%| Mass Bo*s Wolfsan. New York City; and Mrs. Euiucai i and the Julius Galnecks. of Scran: Pa <*cre Mrs. Divratta Broofci Weiss, Mr and Mrv Morris Brooks, grandparents Mr. and I Robert c edanaa Mrs. Hymen (Aide) WeKson : %  -. Hai| evening was complete. Happ "May Melodye's grandfather. Morris Broofci bo the same day While another cake hi E.3%  M Garcia D hia name day was presented %  M TUM I wfNMNHES ON rm BatTN rMMT :-•; %  •• %  leaden Mr. and M-< Crmil r. at the Ankara motel Cyrus ml -.^regation Beth Jacob and artist %  rael The Otta Arrears and the F A %  %  eek. M a New Year's eve party at the Ml Seeing in the New Year er>d Frank Thompson, the Law Kotweaan i Mr. and A e< Schaoftort and Mr*. Marias. Hechhe.mer *s the recent birth ot* the Norma**"; Federal president Jack COP da n i wife Oobarah home this week after h birth tl -her brother. Aasawew Lawn nil i ..* Kochroeas. of Little Neck. LJ.. ar* .isrtagl Mr -; Mrs Boeiiam.n Woisamon. 1446 Meridian a%e tor tl are children Stvart and Vaaarta A oe tktf Mr and Mrs. Jock Brettfcwtti. of S35 We-t !oth sL^ the birth of their daajghteCi ber brother. Strran Mark, who b -, Pti.i.p Kackaaakys. of New York, and M fW ICTlrOt ON MaVZtW ProeJI ••1 *• rsan A-l Employment Service town is that t -• to do his l is o agaylty Bay rd horn* thaa Panaau. Mrs. Moailaa SY. at her Arloo Or. Soratto's -paper, the %  I L.eonor* F thes eat] last week to spasad %  %  Smwckiors Dn And the Lyno. time • ^ bt* laat year *ad awakys •* Occasaon W the Bar Mttavah of ai fkasshaai "tears eve party Saturda> c --. M„ f h* wcstview president, the Sol &f >etp*i We.ntroMk*. Marry Lasijfli'fMai r*eN S<**e — sa) ecsy to btry vain L iiActa %  % %  • %  • I. BR01 *o>r4Blriai# 1 harqr Xcc+mmt pay Mttiasj dowv ...13 I HO CAJttYVNG CHAJT MORRIS BROS. fRST faU



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Page 12 A I GRAND OPENIN TUESDAY, JAN. 1 Another Complete Food Fair STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET serving Southwest Miami at 21st AVENUE and CORAL WAY 22nd STREET S.W. ISTS X'2 This new Kosher Meat Market and the one on Miami Beach at 19th Street and Alton Road are under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky and endorsed by the Greater Miami Yaad Hakashnrth. Now TWO fine Kosher Markets operated by Food Foir to serve you the finest of Strictly Kosher Meats and LocaNy KiHed and Dressed Poultry at all times. SERV.CE AND SELF-SERVICE



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.ewisohn, World Famous [hor f Dies of Heart Attack at 72 toohn, 72, world[ died early Saturday Heart Institute after MS, was vacationing at \m hotel with Mrs. he was stricken tack. The Lewisohns -Valtham, Mass., for [the noted novelist, li-t spokesman servat Brandeis Uniwas on the faculty ll niversity and Unirensin and lor some of The Nation, a lion. in. Germany, Mr. Drought to this couitjof seven. He wrote |es and many books international readsong his best known |m," "The Creative ethe: The Story of Islated a number of lip original German, interested in Zionohn became editor >alestine" and wrote this field, ineludncan Jew" in 1950. in. the former Louwith him when he in %  body was sent Beach Memorial Wton, Mass., where irmiducted in Temple by Rabbi Joseph Lv afternoon. Ufetf lewfceJia +Jmrtsi>ncr*Mvi Is survive*! by his wife. Jennie, M. Marvin, three daufhteni. Mr* Dorothy Rubin. Mix Miriam tlreen and Mm Harriet Klrsn.r; two brothers, A S.,1 and H |. Weaer. two i ami ilx grandchildren Services and l.urlal wm In Newport News, with Oordon's Miami Kiin.r.i Horn* In Charts of services. w ALLAN wl six.in,.iiih-iiM son of Mr. a ad Mrs. Kiel.rl< k Wise, -,; West -,7th at Hlalt-ah, .lied IASC If,. Services wet* I'••• 27 In (ToMon's Miami K Moini with Interment In Mt Nebo i'. mil. i \ JACOB BERMAN 71. of mm b'W ll ,ii. i 11, He i am,, here nine >.ni-. a., fn.m Stamford Conn., and o)s*raud star* In South Miami II. I., longed to KniKlitM of I'vthiax ami la nui In lil wife. Kay; a son, Harold; iru Amaliters. Mr* Florence MYleillsnder and Mm Mill.m M\ tn..\ it.Ti 'hree In..' li.-i. in.luillnc Ham of Miami; two staters, lm ludlna Mr* M.-u ban. Miami; and five itrandrhllilren. • lordoiiH Miami runw.ii Home was In charge of arrangements. MRS. ESTHER KAMINSKY 47. of MT Collins v, .lied I >. ?:,. Sho came, here from NVw York I'ity ten i i'ir ug and In survived by two aoaa. Italph and llrrnard. Servian* and Interment were in New York Cite, with Rtverslde-Hcnch Memorial <"h*iel. Washington 'ave.. In ha nee ot local arrangements. Page HA DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS I Critic Dies irt Attack (JTA) — Samuel f) i, famous Yiddish r> critic and editor. jkkend at the age of Idiicn heart attack. bukor, near Minsk. k\ came to the United latter the Bolshevik Russia. He had been [Hinders of the Labor pent in Russia, stud(nivcrsities of Berlin iited various literary ilna. and founded in l.itcransche Mcn.it jntlily devoted to the |ec. 3C In (lordon's Miami !• uner.il Home, with interment In Mt. Nebo Ometery. SAMUEL EVANS 35. of 117 Kapanola Way. a .talesman. diedd I>oc. 23 In a HMMl hospital Surviving are two daughters. .Ie< l 'V' VV^V^e < *>^ JOaEPH B KOLSER 40. of S42S S\V 12th si who had lived Serx Hi" past -. unilni n..in Chicago, died Ihi H ll,. op.r %  ii< .1 a Venetian i.inui company, was an honorary itresMenl of weal Miami Lions crab, Coral Qlablea Jewish Center and tinVenetian HWnd Manufacturer's Asaoclution. Survivors In. lu.le his wife. Merle, a son. Clifford, a daughter. ,l....n m.irh.-r. Mrs Kolber; and s brother, Stanley Service* %  • • I i. • in tortton's Miami Chapel, with burial iii Mi Nebo renteJOSEPH ELBLONK K.. of 7."> Jefferson sve., Sled l>.-> .7 lie a me hers |] years ago from Newark .v.i ami is survived i,> his wife. Qussle; two sons, Samuel and Solomon; t.. daughtera, Oertrude and Lillian. .. brothel ..ml four grandchildren Services f..i iii.Formal <'lm.-nt lions,manager Mtars i '• %  %  ^ii Newman-ttordon Puneral chap. i. with burial in Mi Hlnal femeterj JACOB SILVERMAN I HW I.II.I a resMenl fol in m\ v. ..i s. ill.-. I I le. SJ III Nan Yorh fit* He Is sarvrved by his wife. Naomi, two .laualii.i Mrs Harriet Btnger and Mis Helen Kpstein. and two brothers, Samuel and i>n\i.i Kervtct wars m Nan Y..ik City. MRS ANNA BRODY in. of liiJT C"Ilm~ a\e visitor heie for til.i died I >e. 14 Kervicea and tmrlal were In rk. N i with Riverside-Fleach M.-moii.il I'll ipel In chaise of local HI rangements. MAYER MILORAM 7*. of liiKi lam.s n\e. OWnei of the Mllgraiu Theaters In I'hila.leli.hla, M IKSad been a winter visitor berg for the past • %  < v.art Services and burial were In Philadelphia, with Rlveralde-Beach Memorial I'hapel Washington ave.. In charge of local ai nts JOSSEF FELDMAN K6. of ISSS Euclid ave. who cams here • ears ago from Norwich, t'onn died Dae. -I He was a retired operator of a general store and is nrvlved l>> Iris wife. Ilesai.-. and a daughtir. .Mrs Helens Jacobaon. Servi.et were Dec. 21 In Kiversidellea.h Memorial Chapel, Washington with burial Hi Mt Bhutl Cemeli BENJAMIN MARKS .".9. of MS Majorca ave. Coral flab t ss, di.d Dan, .'.: Hurlal and services Wat's In New York, with Cordon's Miami Funeral Home in charge of atrangetnents lorallv KEEP KITCHEN lAUNDRY COSTS w go oll-electricl economical to go f ic in your kitchen "dry than to use a Mion of fuel. >A POWER a COMPANY MRS BERTHA FURMAN I r.:'l Mei Mian ave.. Miami died I ••-! II Hellmaii s I-in eral Chapel WSJS In HiarSS or nrraiig. menu MORRIS VONKELOWITZ 7i. of i;.! sw i nil si died %  > (iordoii Miami Kiin.'.il Home was In li.irne of .it-rangeim-iit s MAURICE A. WEOER •'.'. "I J"L'7 HW tith st who eameliere five years ago from Newport News, \ .1 ill. ID) He was a retired wholesale confectioner and belonged itlthwesl Masonic lodge. Scottish Itllo and ll.th Kl C.ngiesatlon H. HENRY SPRINTZ tin. of :*V.i Alton nl Miami IV .heii last week Services ws • pec. II in Temple Israel, with l.urlal In 1111 eland Cemalerj Newman-Obrdon I-' i II al Honw sn bn oharts of .11 ralig.iiiilils. MRS. ARLENE H. PERSKV ;;j. of 67(0 HW 'Ii Isl died IH--. 22 In a lo.al hospital Sue had lived 'ii years, coming from Boston, and \*.ia membei ..r West Miami i-ost JWV iuxlUar) Mi Perak> bi survived bi bet husband, Thsodore; moth, i. Mi i nti i Hoi HI k. and a brother. Mai. Wallace Horlu-k Hervb %  Dei 13 1st tlordon MI mm I ,meial Home, with burial m Mt. Hlnal Cemetery. Roof Leak? Call Victor Conn Let •• repeii 1 St ssssiy • ssrw ens. Fee Ires phon e 9-5274 Acme Roofirn. 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If you are not already a member of DADE FEDERAL'S family of thousands who share in liberal dividends twice a year, NOW is the time to open your account. • Account* opened or funds added to accounts on or before the 10th of January trill earn dividends from the 1st of January. Evening Hours. %  Downtown OffiCS TiH 8 PM Mondoyi kronen O'licei Till 8 PM Friday* All Offkst Open 9 AM • 3 M OsSer Weekday*. Cloed Sotvrdoy* & Dividend* Per Annum Stvisft Imuied by ss assacy •I the leftist Csvtia Dade Federal •". (OSfPH M UPTON, Ptevder.1 M 4S N.I. FIRST AVINUI 1400 N.W. 36th STRUT 1*01 SW. th STRUT 5797 N.W. 7lh AVINUi r=f£ PARKING AT ALL BRANCHES Our Resources Exceed 05 Million Dollars I



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Finestone, Mrs. Ullian Slated For Installation \ joint installation of newly elected officers of Congregation ami Sisterhood RtMfth Israel ;iheld Wednesday evening In the .synagogue. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan installed the officers. Abraham Finestone was reeled ed president of the congregation for the year 1956. and Mrs. Frances Ullian was reclccted president of Sisterhood. Cantor Abraham Self pn a program of Jewish music accompanied by Joseph Sehreibman. Also elected for the congrega tion were Louis Dublin, first vice president: Max Uppman, second vice president; Benjamin Weiss. num. third vice president. Milton Kahn. treasurer; Samuel Weiner. financial secretary; and Samuel Goldberg, recording secretarj Hoard ol trustees are Joe Hader. I. B. Eisenstein, Ely Gechman, Jacob Cordon. Harry llalpenn. Edward Horowitz. Isidor Hyman. Rev. Jacob Katz, Harry Kregstein, Morri: Levy, Harry Marlowe, Ed ward Matthew. Max PickholtZ, Isidor Kuppert. Jacob A Sachs, Abraham Selevan. Jacob Siegel, George Simon, Nathan Sugar and Morris Zitter Additional Sisterhood ol are Mrs. Ida Fine-tone Mrs Celia Ruppert, Mrs. Regina Morris, Mrs Fannie Sirot and Mrs. Charlotte Selinger. vice president-: Mrs Esther Eisenstein, treasurer. Mrs. Lena Popkin, financial secretary; Mrs. Barbara Stauber. recording seCfCtary; and Mrs. Anna Mitchell, corresponding secretary. Board of trustees arc the Mesdames Rose Bakst, Belle Caplan, Pearl C.raeltz. Ann Goldman Anna Goldstein, Mrs. Halpern. Ida Hurvitz. Toby Jaffe. Sarah Kit/ Sadie Kelinson. Fannie Kregstein Sara Lippman. Helen McNally, Bessie Ordover, Sarah Schwartz. Rose Steiner, Lena Selevan, Raj Stolow, Gizella Weiss, Sadie Weiss man and Clara Weinstock. Yiddisher Forum Spinoza's Psychology Viewed "Spinoza's Psychology will be the topic of the lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson on Sunday evening at the Spinoia Outdoor Forum. 11th st. and Ocean ct This will mark the 21st year of lectures and discussions at the forum. which was founded in 1935. Will Hi. Farband, BOUGT Resumes Programs ffflMg Vl ,|.| ; -her Forum, sponsored cha irman. withC by i Great.. Miami YFVO Conv CU98in thp JM |( ,. umr lU f,fth season of Niger ^„ who ,..s-tu.da> ereniBK. Jan. lA^ ^ ,h Israel Onajegataon. A Tfc f J-, InitirfmK the m* w.ll be Kuhel Horn renrtWrWO" pootcss. will discusi "The Impact of .I„seph Opetoshu on Yiddish LiterRdbbl Stein to be | other lecturers to appear during the winter season will be Jacob Leschinsky, economist: Beta la 1 man, sociologist; Prof. Jacob ronomist; Dr. Alexander Mukdoni. journalist and critic: Dr Isaac I'ntcrman. Biblical tcholai M-o scheduled are Dr. Jacob Bhatski, historian. Rabbi Yaakov nberg, of Beth David (ongre man, will introduce) Greater Miami and Sisterhood (•}, will hold a jomt „, afternoon. Jan 9, m gregation Rabbi Beth Jacob Cnnye guest speaker. teacher and coma C'haim Grade, poet Saul Raskin painter i and Yehuda FJberg, director of the cation: F.hiel Lesowoder. local | Histadrut committee. Final arrangements are being completed for the testimonial dinner being given to B. I. Binder, president of the Hebrew Academy, Feb. 5 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Standing are Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Academy, and Herman Eisenberg, executive director. Seated (left to riqht) are Frank Brickman, kosher inspector of Miami Beach, and Binder. i i i i i • i i i i i i i i i i • i • • • i • • • i i i i i i • i • i You Ire Welromte to PLAY The Finest Conditioned Gotf Course in Maj| Miami Country Club 1945 N.W. 11th STRUT free* f—t: 2.00 WfEKDAYS 3.00 SATURDAY SUNMY HOYO WAMMS, rVefetsJMMl a/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/i HAROLD PONT AND Center of Tel Aviv Site of Hew Co-op Apartment Hotel A cooperative apartment hotel, the first of its kind in Israel, is going up in the center of Tel Aviv Situated in the well known Ben Yehuda St., a few minutes from the beach and the famous Dan hotel. Tourist House is -penally designed to meet the requirements of American Jews who wish to settle in Israel, or to acquire a place of their own for comfort during their vacations or business trips to Lsrael When planning the Tourist House, special care and consideration were given to making housekeeping easier and life more pleas ant for newcomers from abroad Apartments consist of entrance hall, studio-bedroom with built-in closets, bathroom and kitchen with hot water. A comfortable lounge on the ground floor with a buffet, a roof garden and elevator all will add to the comfort of the residents Maid service will also be available Tour ist House is being erected by the American Israel Model Housing, Ltd.. of Tel Aviv. Israel. The firm of Harry J Sonz, of 1534 Washington ave Miami Beach, has been appointed sole representative for Florida Son/ a well known realtor, has for a long time taken interest in the possibilities of retirement in Israel IRVIN GORDON announce the formation of GORDON and PON KOSHER CATERERS 170 N.W. 5th STREET. MIAMI PH. % UJ fsl and proudly announee the formal opening of their nvu kitvhen and entering headquarter** Built and Oesk^ed Espociolly for the Preporotk* of Kosher Foods to ft Yow Ivory nUNDER THE STRICTEST SUPERVISION OF THE CENTRAL MIAMI KASHRUTH COMMISSION by the !" men RD N ond m wa IS *• o be construed a, an --| any oth pW o„* ^ nmm AUL mccjmmm MH *" **** B* "!TZV*NS SNOW OOM ,.,TKS .U*-t m sr ,ooo umamu uHttl it HA !" *"rofed Troys of Aooeti,,,, food, Mft* ^ m mmmm "•ody for Von to Pklt Up aod tnmt mm 4r root „ M „*£*** *"" HY-MARK KOSHER MUT PRODUCTS """"" m mm MAN W ACTU MOO* D 0 V 1D SJ' MAJKUS COMSTtUCTKW CO. 'SRAEl NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO me IM1W mMm *"*" o M.w. s* ntm, MUM: "*" HYMAN ZAIDMAN'S MM K0SHW AUGUST BROS M3 N.W. st STOMT, auAM* mm c*s totts %  „,„ FlrTH ST. UYI P0UIT1Y MAEKH 147 N.W. S* STOjn, ~ I



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Page 2 B rjenisl'r**:***' 7 a4but %„,> SpccM tjavorite* Wise Homemaker Prepares Herself For Many Mid-Winter Parties Ahead By LEAH LEONARD With reci ist around the corner for i winter, II is .1 wise homemaker plans ah ;ad and 1prepared Of course there 1always th sweets table" to go with drinks, •i! fruit punch (plain or spiked chan Following are 1 recipes i"i tidbit> that can be prepared long in advance as Ihej keep in well covered containers Next in importance are main ishes thai can be prepared in advance and served with a minimum] m fuss and bother from spread \ our own canape items to filled puffs, knishes, cheese, ti-h or meat -.dad rings; tongue and or sausage rolls; quenellen [tinj hamburgers and the customary Bppetiiers like pickles, olives, spiced crabapples and peaches Here arc a icu calculated to IK helpful: Cocktail Knishes and Fillings 4 cups all-purpose flour teas] %  salt I '.• cup' '-• table short* nil oil ic< watt r or fruit .in. Sift together flour i I into l> w\ 1 il %  a wire pastr> bit %  \il d while Wrap .... : I ini %  Cut into 24 inch r unds ti Bin a small I ing fillings in the centi pastry, fold over, lether with the tim •l a fork or fluted cutter Brush 11 the liquids men tioned and bake on .1 cookie sheet 15 minutes at • til! lightlj irowned •efore serving at 350 Fillings: l ottage (her,, and or a 50-50 combination of cottage and cream cheese maj be mixed with chopped nuts, sugar, cin namon plu1 tablespoon fine cracker or bread crumbs per cup. A little sour cream maj be added n cheese mixture is too dry 2. Cooked Kasha Croatmav be combined with fried diced on ion and chopped dried fruit. I sweetened ; I Oi cooked %  or 1 ultrj herb season yields approximate!) 80 Cocktail Cheese Wafers (Basic Recipe 1 1 1 cup butter or margarine • (] pack. 2 tabtoapoom type cheese Dash ot paprika or red pi p| 1 cup sifted all-pui • flour Soften the butter or mar 1 > creaming w ith a fork ii \ the clu ese and seasoning and blend well, then add the flour and continue mixing .1 fork till well blended Form thimixture into a l'j inch thick roll on 1 sheet ,'t hem> "•>' v pai aluminum foil and roll up (.'hill 3 hour( nu 1 it the dough into : inch thick slices \ but flour du-ted cookie sheet Mark the edges with the tines ol ., fork il • 1 Bake 12 t< : \ 18 to 56. depei Fish Souffle Salad 1 1.. 1 cup flaked 1< perch or P' 1 ti -' 1 CU| chopped lettuce eh-. par Dissu lonnau • i Tarn into n %  'nil in tl to I 1 Mocha Eggnoj ilks cup il 1 1 up -1 cup in Ik I ,_wl "J CU| I salt ai lill thicl then slowl) blend in thi alter white till .-:• into tl S Flamingo Court to Install Office M,Jadl Bernard will be in' royal matron and Jack p rj „ patron at coron il %  uiirt No nith. on Sat, ,„ Hibiscus ldge. oallmg tfk*? Mv '' %  '• •'' iroturUai mie Frazli be m-la!lmg £4*1 '•I'TiajoS Cancer Specialist Slated Kaufman will speak ,.| CuMtv" at a Greater Miami \\ iinen ORT. l curonatua and Mrs. Bei matron, n. prelate .vldttlntal offiew ' Treat yourself to delicious coffee... and sleep, too! I WANT MY MllK" BE THIN SWITCH FROM SUGAR TO Sugarine GuO'onteed Nea-rehtll -3 AT FOOD 1 OtJG STOtl IVtJYWMtt Wo"32 R Nt.ipapen 1 col 28 I Tht Sjgarlnt Co Ml Vt'-sf I -; i Uww of excess weight! and be sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOCINIUD Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" D erteme coHein k*j '/% ArOOOCT or CfNttAl lOOOi h W it all *# >','<. \ ^H> ail r5 1 CREAMY KERNELS I (Buckwheat Grltt) I are protein-rich... less fatteningZestfui I nuthke flavor of 100% real buckwheat I nZ i m J!! ? g dt,, hM l *ays to serve th, s I B *u d l VOrite w ri,e ,or m ,r ee new Buckwheat Cook Book to Phylhs Wolff. Penn Yan. New York I OUICIOUS • NUTilTIOOS THRIFTY I • Also enjoy WOLFF'S BROWN BUCKWHEAT GR->Ts ON lill 4 r UEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES E^, • t E ma ST REET !" ^iEtt23E& Enclut.vt Ditr,k COASTUNE PROVISION CO mr KOSNEI ZION SAUSAGE CO. CMICAM I, U.



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*ji&§9•!• *•.•. i( in FRED K. SHOCHLT t.i:.n an.! Publisher VoUmu< gj I.KO M1NDL1N N w !" t__ Something Rotten in England **•' 16 Nun:. Friday, January 6, ^56 During The Week ... Friday. a f *d By LEO MINDLIN \V. m and ov* i but it %  %  Hcce if), m which B : 'uu'i. •• a •oixlvia I w hat on* ol i**e %  %  N*ai i -. S • .• %  i %  • %  0 .v t -• 0 I : ; ...... The Deaths of Great Writers • "• • K fee \ ~ %  OPIHMG TNf flOW IS THl BIG )0B Community Leader Leaves Us \l.ha Eban lold several hundred Miami Jewish coma— IJ.I week al Weatview Country Hub that his governrnentku %  nt! it the crossroads of unimaKinable disaster and reajikj i ,|„nt think these community leaders rightly heanJl Ms message will he received with greater enthusiasm else*w Myerson Israel's Minister of Finance, some ten dayi j_ !" revision upward of the S25.000.000 emergency fun.t to „ i of $100,000,000 above the 1956 Imted J~ Koa | Creator enthusiasm is certainly going to be needed ha, other Jewish communities across the nation if both Mr EblT Myerson ife to appear at all realistic [I net that these Israeli spokesmen are failing t 0 M tion ol their listeners Without a doubt. Amhassadorl 4 hiWestview audience in a kind of hyn nee his message had been imparted, he wa< met No one who heard him here will que^ti., n the* fact* brought to his words the same eloquence asdi h mark hu magnificent oratory in the halls of the UnkaH anyone sensitive to the poetic use of language, „ IBM| hi> audience. The truth is, however, that after frequent exposure ta yj %  manner, on* tends to divorce what he has e the ab J.'sf. reran* of i %  Indeed, for the sake of eaapfca&mn.: argeacf. Mo a concentrated di stassi ea of the T.pact *t date on which Col. Nasser publich an n isata H %  the focus of these two atsues. eclipse ouid be especially sagnificara : -c Israel cause becaase it releases the can beanaf the stigma m State Department Israel-Arab controversy and raises it to one of ;• also offers a sew mesas of appeal la the. [* latter is very uaportaat today %  adequately resfoaatea to the -*5 This is less an jtioe of its scs ETKS C POSSltlUTY SEEMS MOST PwOaABLE •vador Eban weighed heavily oa these hh*s*> -e supresse jastificatoa of Earopras Je^ Vi -.sequence the destrwetaea of Israel trade kuad of hnlrry whose oatVaok far ^e pesszaustic n the extrease Ba* for the fantt haaeat of the Jewish State, its jprtnair* kg • 3.1 s% %  an %  w oh i ag thrtr racial whaeh ate at this uaar. .. xae* Desortsseat aw kess so Aadwhuena*U Jewry •' .. %  : •afar *oooi oaaaaaaa • i rstO* HW ess ~,s.T s"^*w e ^.w DV irecsa • %  ^ hj -nw aaate a ^.r. *** ^wrr s.^roc MT-WQV^. • %  Oaac. %  % ."USBS* -1 ^ ^ % %  3^^-r^-s, -..



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luary 6, 1956 :al Leaders Board; in New York la l Jewish community |ve been elected or rethc board of directors Jit Distribution Committing to the list of offioard members announcck by Moses A. Leavitt, ktive vice chairman. Won took place at the |1 meeting of JDC at the Vstoria hotel in New Id to serve was Jacob ler Combined Jewish ApLiun chairman and Jewpition president. Other Hiti continuing to serve tnl of directors are Staner-. Miami attorney and iif the Greater Miami deration; Wm. D. SingPederatlon president; Peiaer, prominent combiner md civic leader. Mected to the JDC Nauncil nr continuing to ll William Agranovc. Altschul, Sidney Ansin. rue Baskin, Sam Beckrk (arner. Irving Cypen, mini. Joseph Duntov, I,eo IIIKI \. Fricdland. Fruchtman, Mrs. Louis ..ii Goldman, Sam A. .; i rifl (iiN)dman. ; • m Jacobs, Howi Kanner. M. J, I Ki .nish. Abe Kuri ansburgb, Sidney Rabbi Irving Lehrman. I David Ix-vinson. \>>i Mailman. Joseph d< Hirsch Meyer, Meyers, I L. Mintzer. ravchick, Kabbi Joseph OrovitZ, David Phil}h M Hose. Sam Rost. re Sai>ero, Herbert E. iold Seeder. Mrs. Fsn| John Serbin, Harold ShaK Shoehet. Harry SiMrs Samuel Simonhoff. Irkin. Harold Thurman. Inkle. Mrs Irwin WeinWeissel. Mitchell Worf)scar Zeltzer. +Jm§st>nbr*Makn Page* A DURING THE WEEK IS I SEE IT Continued from Pat* 4 A strategically equivalent to our loss of trophic in terms t the West's global dominance in the Near Eas prestige in China and as defense Van. This is the golden opportunity, the best non-ethnic argument for a reevaluation of U.S. foreign policy in the Near East that has ever been granted Israel, and it dare not be muffed. It would be tragic if. instead of seizing this opportunity, Jewish State leaders—out of a habit engendered in them by millenia of history—continue to beg for themselves in the name of justice and mercy. Now, as never before. Israel has the opportunity of operating on a scale of international diplomacy that is thoroughly familiar to everyone. Seated (left to right) are the Mesdames Paul Galbut, Bessie Galbut and Hyman Galbut. Standing are Paul Galbut, Mrs. Miriam Koklcina and Hyman Galbut. UN COMMANDMENTS IN NEON Grandmother of Nine Makes a Holy Gift Bath Jacob Congregation will dedicate I [a nc-m Ten commandment Tablet, which will be displayed on the top of thr -.nai i. building, during Friday evening services. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will officiate. Mrs. Bessie Galbut will present the gift to Rabbi Stern on the pulpit of the synagogue. She will be joined by her children. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Galbut. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut. and MrMiriam Kokkins. who will receive certificates of honor consisting of an artistically designed replica of the tablets. A dramatic presentation of the Ten Commandments will take place by the donor's nine grandchildren. These include Howard. Lorraine, Martin and Allan, children of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Galbut; Robert. David. Abraham and Russell, children of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut; Joan and Richard, children of Mrs. Miriam Kekkins. They will recite a con* mandment on the pulpit, and the Hebrew school choir will join in reciting the Ten Commandments. Rabbi Stern will deliver the sermon of dedication, and Cantor Maurice Mamches will sing liturgical music. The Tablets were designed and made in Miami under the direction of Hyman Galbut. SWtfl MAIDEN VOYAG* $.$. ZJOH from New York March JO. 1954 ZIH itiau NEXT SAILINGS JAN. 27 MAR. 9 (PASSOVf*. SAILING) NEW YORK VIA NAPLES HAIFA Consul! Your Tree/ Agent NAVMMION COMPANY, lit. I itmnimtrtj muiui isum HM w ist n MRU t %  • • •• %  tim ASSOCIATED DETECTIVES Or NOtTN A CENTRAL AMERKA, INC. Phone PI 8-3806 79th STREET IISCATNt F1AZA, BOOM 213 I A^ 'OR EVERY PURPOSE 1 % %  ft J m iron FRONT run eed WINDOW SUSS •itvr* feat, Strafed ANrreri W tti/vW* Oar Speclaifr G. 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