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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 )
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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday, January 13, 1956
Price 20tf
)insky, president of the International Ladies Gar-
peers Union, is shown at the signing of the contract
is union undertakes to raise $1,000,000 during the
years to build a new hospital in the Negev, the fif-
Bhe Kupat Holim medical network of Histadrut. Sign-
Bcument for Histadrut is general secretary Mordecai
Bnle Dr. Dov Biegun, national secretary of the Israel
campaign, and Luigi Antonini, ILGWU vice presi-
lon.
Byroade Urges Dumping Israel
Arms Aid as Eden Talks Near;
Big 3 Condemns Galilee Row
WASHINGTON (JTA) Internal consultations on
the Arab-Israel situation were held at the State De-
partment Tuesday with Henry A. Byroade, American
Ambassador to Egypt, participating. The staff talks
were in preparation for the arrival here of Evelyn
Shuckburgh, chief policy adviser on Middle Eastern
affairs of the British Foreign Office.
British and American specialists on the Middle
East met here Wednesday, immediately following
Mr. Shuckburgh's arrival in Washington. They pre-
pared information on Middle East problems that
-PRESS BULLETIN-
BtDATIOHS DOH'I 6fT TC HtUtT Of MTTt SWfrtflMMW
lident Advises Revision off JVkCorran
legislation in State of Union Message
UNITED NATIONSThe United States, Great Britain and Franc*
Ute Wednesday formally circulated a memorandum te other members
of the Security Council asking them strongly to condemn Israel for
her attack Dec. 12 on a Syrian outpost above the Sea of Galilee, in
which 56 Syrians were reported killed. The Western Big Three also
-<., asked Israel to make certain
reparation payments to Syria for
Missed
WASHINGTONDetailed recommendations for the revision of
United States immigration laws will be submitted to Congress, Presi-
dent Eisenhower declared here in his State of the Union message. The
President urged Congress "to approve without further delay the urgent-
ly needed amendments" to existing immigration laws which he submit-
ted in the last session of the Congress.
"In keeping with our responsibility of world leadership and in our
own self interest, I again point out to the Congress the urgent need for
revision of the immigration and.--------------------------------------------
nationality laws. Our nation has
always welcomed immigrants to
our shores. The wisdom of such a
policy is clearly shown by the fact
that America has been built by
immigrants and the descendants
of immigrants. That policy must
be continued realistically with
oresent-day conditions in mind."
The President announced that
he was recommending "that the
HOWS GERMAHY-ALPHABETICALLY
Assumes Control Over
Concentration Camp Archives
TA)~For the first time, a German has assumed control of
Itional Tracing Service at Arolsen. where ten million docu-
[twenty million index cards pertaining to concentration camp
NJ stored and catalogued for reference purposes.
rnives are located in the North Hesse town of Arolsen. where
Residents
Delegates
liami Beach residents
(Kates to a national con-
jl* Middle East to be
Shoreham hotel. Wash.
J". 17 and 18.
Herbert Linick. 4416
r-i Maurice Survis. 365
d Mrs. Irwtn Wein-
Lake Pancoeat dr.
a staff of more than 200 answers
some 10.000 queries a month con-
cerned with the reunion of families
separated by NasJ persecution,
with questions of personal status
and with indemnification matters.
Founded by UNRRA shortly after
the war and then continued by the
Allied High Commission, the Trac-
ing Service is now under the cus-
tody of the International Red Cross
and administered by an interna-
tional commission consisting of
nine countries, Israel as well as
West Germany among them. The
Continued on Page f A
number of persons admitted to this
country annually be based not on
the 1920 census but on the latest,
the 1950 census." He said that
"provision should be made to allow
for greater flexibility in the use ot
quotas so if one country does not
use its share, the vacancies may be
made available for the use of quali-
fied individuals from other coun-
tries."
"The law," he declared, "should
be amended to permit the Secreta-
ry of State and the Attorney Gen-
eral to waive the requirements of
fingerprinting on a reciprocal basis
for persons coming to this country
for temporary visits. This and oth-
er changes in the law are long
overdue and should be taken care
of promptly. Detailed recommend-
ations for revision of the immigra-
tion law will be submitted to the
Continued on Page 3 A
property damage. However, ob-
servers noted that the Big Three
memorandum was "softer" than
a similar proposal advanced by
Russia Tuesday which, in addi-
tion to calling for condemnation
and reparations, urged that the
UN teke enonomic sanctions
against Israel.
Observers here feel that the
joint U.S. British French move
for censure of Israel's "flagrant
violation" of the Armistice
agreements is designed to match
the Soviet offensive in scope, if
not intensity, in the Near East.
might be needed in the course of the talks between
President Eisenhower and British Prime Minister
Sir Anthony Eden which are to open here on Jan. 30.
State Department and British sources agree that
the question of Arab-Israel peace would be discussed
on Wednesday but indicate that no concrete plans
have yet been advanced toward this end by either
the United States or the United Kingdom. Both na-
tions have ideas that might contribute toward Middle
East peace, it was said. Definite proposals, however,
will only emerge from the top-level meeting itself,
according to sources representing both governments.
A reliable source has reported
that Ambassador Byroade. who is
in Washington for consultations
will see President Eisenhower in
the near future to report on Mid-
dle East conditions. Mr. Byroade,
according to this source, is urging
that the United States either reject
Israel's arms list or postpone ac-
tion on it. His view is said to he
that a supply of American arms to
Israel would upset American ef-
forts to woo Egypt away from Com-
munist influence and would in-
crease chances of regional warfare.
British diplomatic sources here,
meanwhile, disparaged reports of
! Arab-Israel peace plan to be effert-
ed within six months and allega-
tions that Britain would seek
American pressure on Israel aimed
at securing Israel concessions.
These sources maintained that
such reports were "wholly fiction-
al" or speculative at best. It was
claimed that such matters are ques-
tions of high policy that will not
emerge until Prime Minister Eden
actually meets with President Ei-
senhower.
TWO-PRONGED ATTACK TO OUST WEST
Russia Says Israel Aggressor;
Demands Reparation Payments
MOSCOW High Russian circles, determined to solidify their
advances into the Middle East launched when Col. Nasser of Egypt an.
nounced acceptance of a Communist munitions deal last September, late
Tuesday branded Israel as the aggressor in the Jewish State-Arab fracas.
The charge came on the heels of top Communist Party official
Nikita Khruschev's speech la#t week, in which he said that Israel was
being used by the West to create pressure and hostility in the Mediter-
ranean trouble spot.
This latest charge was repeated by the Soviet delegation in the
United Nations in New York almost immediately. Russia also called
upon the UN to demand reparations payments from Israel for the dam-
age done in recent "retaliatory raids."
Western spokesmen foresaw Wednesday that the Soviet move is a
two-pronged attack aimed at ousting Western prestige in the Near East.
The call for reparations payments, reliable sources indicated, is a means
Continued en Page 3 A
SCOHIS KHRUSCHEV FOR ALLEGATION ISRAEL IS WEST'S PAWN
Sharett Takes Communist Boss to Task
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett, in a scathing attack on Soviet Com-
munist Party chief Nikita Khruschev. said here that
Mr. Khruschev's labelling Israel an aggressor in the
Middle East had "imposed an additional heavy strain
on relations with the Soviet Government."
Taking the Communist Party to task for his re-
marks at the Supreme Soviet in Moscow that Israel
and "imperialists behind Israel" were threatening
Arab nations' independence, Mr. Sharett declared in
the Israel Parliament that the Khruschev declaration
had "aroused not only deep regret, grievous offense
and bitter ridicule in Israel, but amazement and re-
vulsion in the hearts of lovers of truth throughout
the world."
"Our demand for arms first and foremost," the
Foreign Minister continued, "makes others think
twice before attacking Israel. We absolutely reject
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R,ary 13, 1956
ts Changes
[arran Law;
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^ort H. Lehman, who
Bcnatr fitfht for liberal
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president Eisenhower's
Vions to Congress for
reform and for im-
in the Refugee Relief
jmising. but do not get
n of the matterthe
Jonal origins quota sys-
F.manuel Celler of the
Mary Committee said
resident's recoramenda-
fetate of the Union mes-
fcanges in immigration
keen disappoint-
will accept them," Mr.
but this is contrary
[expectations. We had
|mmI a worthwhile pro-
Administration. This
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poors and gives us a
is E. Walter, chair-
\c House Immigration
lev and co-author of the
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Vct. spoke out against
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Russians Say Israel Must Pay Damages Hapoel Hamizrachi
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of keeping alive the Syrian demand of two weeks ago for economic
sanctions against Israel following Israel's Dec. 11 militarv action near
Lake Tiberias, as well as of Syria's suggestion that the Jewish State be
tossed out of the United Nations.
These sources also feel that the latest Russian bid for Arab friend-
ship has set a new stage for the resumption of the cold war and a final
pronouncement on the part of Moscow that the "Geneva spirit" is totally
doomed.
Jewish Educators Create Council
rman OH on
jTour of North
fcinu Lchrman, spiritual
flYmple Emanu-EI. left
lor Baltimore to address
Jnivcrsary celebration of
>n Chizuk Amuno.
me of the oldest con
[congregations in the
ivmg been founded in
i3 charter members and
more than 1,800 famil-
laltimore area.
North, Rabbi Lern\
hedulcd to address a
rally in Great Neck,
ehalf of the Jewish
Seminary of America.
Workmen's Circle
To Honor Ckanin
Workmen's Circle Branches 692,
699 and 1050, their Women's clubs,
boards of local afternoon Peretz
schools and Ben C.urion Branch of
Farband will jointly honor Nach-
um Chanin Sunday evening, Jan.
IS, at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington ave.
Chanin appeared on the scene
of the Jewish labor movement
some 55 years ago. Today, he is
national secretary of the Work-
men's Circle, numbering upward
of 70.000 members.
One of the first labor leaders
openly to voice anti-Communist
policy, he has been in the forefront
for some 35 years of a strongly
democratic Jewish labor movement
in America.
On the Jewish education scene,
he helped found the Central Or-
iganization for Jewish,Culture and
the monthly ptfolieefioft. "Zuk-
unft."
He is a wfufcitin to the bi
weekly "Vecker" and The Jewish
Daily Forward.
Creation of a Council of Jewish
Educators of Greater Miami was
announced by Mrs. Matilda H. Rat-
,ner. president of the Bureau of
[Jewish Education, Wednesday.
The Council will include educa-
tional directors and principals of
Jewish schools of Greater Miami
who qualify under the by-laws to
be set up by the Council.
Objectives of the Council are to
stimulate the growth and develop-
ment of Jewish education in Great-
er Miami by bringing together the
professional directors of the Jew-
ish schools with the professionals
of the Bureau of Jewish Education
in gaining interaction of the vary-
ing viewpoints of the professional
educators of the area.
Officers of the organization were
IDI/M NOTICE
pal news copy for pob-
Ths Jewish Floridian
our offices at 120 NE
ami, by Tuesday noon.
[?heir publication, pho-
bhould be on our desks
p at 5 p.m. Spiritual
ho wish thtir services
he Religious .Directory
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reaching The Jewish
after these deadlines
aside for publication
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sworthy.
Tourist House Sets
February, March
For Opening Date
Construction of Tourist House
in Tel Aviv is proceeding rapidly
and will be ready for occupation in
February or March, it was revealed
Wednesday.
Since Tourist House is situated
in the most popular hotel district
of Tel Aviv and is only half a block
away from the famous Dan hotel, it
has already gained the admiration
of many Americans visiting Israel.
Tourist House features luxurious
apartments offering all the com-
forts of a hotel without having to
incur large hotel expenses and, at
the same1 time, being able to main-
jtain the feeling of a private home.
Harry J. Sonz. well known real-
tor of 1534 Washington ave Mia-
;rui Beach, is sole representative in
'Florida for the Tourist House.
elected on a seniority basis for a
term of one year and will rotate
the office of presidency on that
basis. Charter officers elected are
Sydney J. Greenberg, educational
director of Beth Sholom. president;
Louis Schwartzman and Herbert
Berger, professional directors of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
vice presidents; Saul -Rabin, edu-
cational director of Temple
Emanu-EI, secretary; and Jack
Bornstein, educational director of
Temple Israel, treasurer.
Council meets at the Bureau of
Jewish Education offiee biweekly.
Elects Hew Officers
Reelected president this week of
the Greater Miami branch of the
Hapoel Hamizrachi. religious Zion-
ist group, was Rabbi Moshe Horov-
itz.
His slate of officers includes Zvi
Berger, vice president in charge of
programming: Rev. Jacob Katz.
vice president for ways and means;
Leah Horovitz, recording secreta-
ry; Mrs. Leo Gluckstadt, corre-
sponding secretary; and Sam Scha-
chno, treasurer.
As part of their fund raising for
Hapoel Hamizrachi projects in
Lsrael, the group is sponsoring the
appearance of Cantor David Kous-
sevitsky, who will conduct Friday
eve. Sabbath and Sabbath night
services at Beth Tfilah Congrega-
tion on Jan. 20 and 21.
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Letters to the Editor
Editor, The Jewish Ploridian:
, In your Jan. 6 issue, Rabbi Ever,

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rot her hood will be the
he next open meeting of
of Temple Beth Sholom
sday afternoon, Jan. 18.
mple banquet hall, ac-
i an announcement by
Ig H Kaplan, president.
E I>e(iate. chairman of
[of the National Confer-
hristiana and Jews, will
he recent World Brother-
prence in Brussels. Dr.
lunningham, Florida re-
actor of the NCCJ. will
work of his organiza-
|e current scene.
man J. Russ is chairman
iomy Series
fed on Beach
an Lorber, retired New
ician and surgeon, has
t chair in astronomy at
ta Outdoor Forum, 11th
can ct., Miami Beach.
tures by well known
ftv.ii be given Thursday
during Jan., Feb. and
telescope will be placed
noza Outdoor Forum to
(1 study the skies.
ftir-r in astronomy has
lished by Dr. Lorber in
1 his friend, the late
Lee. ardent Zionist and
er. whose main interest
omy and who died here
ths ago. For 15 years,
d on astronomy at the
rum.
lecture this week was
Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
d director of the Forum,
sed 'The Earth Among
W. R Peters, of the
ross Astronomical So-
itrated the use of the
5pearing were George R.
na!ly known manufac-
lescopes, and James J.
id Art Smith, of the
?ross Astronomical So-
pfer Slates Party
Friedson, luncheon
^f the Miami chapter of
1 Children's Cardiac
Wednesday revealed that
ii/ation's January card
fbalf of the hospital will
tsday. Jan. 17. at Melvin
M- According to Mrs.
|roner, memberi whose
>ll in January will be
the luncheon affair.
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i director1 of his own Vaad, took it
upon himself to withdraw his su-
pervision without stating the rea-
son.
We, as owners of Michel's strict-
ly kosher restaurant, feel that your
readers should be informed and
know the facts.
Our conflict with Rabbi Ever
and his Vaad is one of Mashgich-
im. Michel's kosher restaurant has
a permanent Ma.shgiach on its
premises, meticulously supervising
Kashruth. since our opening here.
But Rabbi Ever has insisted on an
additional Mashgiach of his choice
and attached to his Vaad. It is
for this reason alone not relat-
ing at all to Kashruth that Rabbi
Ever decided on his course of
action.
The rabbi's action, no doubt, is
due to a very bad condition pre-
vailing on the Beach. There are
three or four different Vaadim,
each run by a different rabbi, and
one not recognizing the authority
of the other. We at Michel's kosh-
er restaurant do not want to be
caught in this conflict. We feel
that this shameful situation should
be remedied immediately and not
have (God forbid) the kosher res-
taurant owners so confused as to
nullify all authority.
We feel that all rabbis of this
area must belong to and support
one centralized Vaad authority and
one Kashruth standard applicable
to all without exception.
In the meantime, until this cen-
tralized Vaad is brought into be-
ing, we want the public to know
that our difference with Rabbi Ev-
er is not due to Kashruth which
he, himself, will admit but to
the above mentioned division of
authority.
We. at Michel's kosher restau.
rant, assure the public that the
highest standard of Kashruth and
the finest quality of food which
made us renowned in so short a
time as one of the finest kosher
establishments, will be observed
and served at all times.
We invite all interested parties,
the public and all rabbis local and
national, to visit Michel's kosher
restaurant and inspect our kitchen
at any time. Besides being under
kosher city inspection, we have a
full-time permanent Mashgiach
as we stated on the premises
and are hopefully looking -forward
to that centralized and unified
Vaad under the authority of all
rabbis combined.
"Michel" Kramer
"Barney" Biller
Michel's kosher restaurant
940 71st St.. Miami Beach
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Spotlight Showing to Prevue Bar
Kochba at Lear School January 23
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI, will introduce the
"spolight showing" of the coming
music drama "Bar Kochba" at a
special prevue Monday evening.
Jan. 23. in the Lear School. 1010
West ave.
Full performances of "Bar Koch-
ba" are due in February at the
Miami Beach and Dade County au-
ditoriums.
Bar Kochba was a Jewish warrior
hero at the time of the Roman Em-
pire. An early script about him
toured this country and Europe by
actor Avrohom Goldfaden, who ad-
ded Jewish choral music and folk-
tunes. Rabbi Lehrman will review
Bar Kochba's heroism.
The new script has been tran-
slated and revised by Biblical best-
seller Nathaniel Norsen Weinreb
for premiere showings in Greater
Miami. Weinreb wrote "Esther"
and "The Babylonians," now being
filmed.
Starring in "Bar Kochba" are
Stan Porter. Alan Keys and Gloria
Aliani, with Vernon Kin^
Ruth Sutherlin, Bob Lyons, Jay
Rayvid, Douglas Burkham, Chaim
Rose and Andy Solomon. Sam
Hirsch is director.
Music director and conductor is
Ben Yomen. who is producing the
show with the Miami Beach Com-
munity Singers. Ben Yano is stage
designer. Accompanists are Mar-
garet Yomen, piano, and Hy Fried.
organ.
The "spotlight showing" on Jan.
23 has been arranged for the
Greater Miami Ministerial Associa-
tion, the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, the Lutheran Sy-
nod.
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mark the official launching of the J'S.^Tj^Sa 4 and vestment ap.l to wMMl the
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She., chairman of the Ore The purpo-e of th, North African Je-
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MuskoI Dramatization Slates hl. guidance
Two Dates at Auditorium Gn
gj < *ear on
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rector of the Greater
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guest speaker and .
at the installation of the G
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13, 19S6_
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[cores Communist Party Boss far Attack an Israel
finued from Pa# 1 A
iron for Israel means an arms rare
L(__(here is no moral basis tor :.uch
llto reported briefly on his conver-
Bat I-'.ireign Minister V. f/l. Molotov
id that Mr. Molotov's replies to his
Lraoctt that arms would not toe. fun-
| ,ies had "not satisfirJ" him.
Ihiced <>n the record th.- American
(or ItfMl'l cause tad it> "lively
Zl flLDf,.our Prb,ems Relating his impres-
sion* of the attitude of the public and governmental
leaders obtained during his recent visit to the United
tare of the Mttlenent." Mr: Soar
ett did atfnttt t he necessity for con-
cessions, but insisted they must
be mutual
He said that in Washington there
Scout Troopers
Get Eagle Awards
crn Negev and that "we stated
unambiguous" thai there could
ba no question of. Israel renounc-
ing any part of its territory and
Two Miami youths have been
named Eagle Scouts, thus earning
one of the highest honors bestowed
upon its members by; the Boy
Seouls of America
They arc Bruce Rappaport. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sol RappaD>rt.
6091 SW 11th st. and He:
Markovitz. son of Mr. and Mr-.
| went on. 'we mu,t intensify our the Kilath question, he said, it is .,.,,,, Markovitz. 637 SW 12th st.
opposition to the arming of the ''kely Israel will be asked to maki
Atab countries which, in blind 'other territorial concessions. "We
hostility. refuse to make pence." are determined to reject *hrm all."
'He voiced "warnl [alnat iur- he concluded
ther arming of tfac Arabs and I'rimc Minister David Ben Go*
against attempting to force Jordan r|,,n declared that the Czech -Egyp-
| into the Baghdad Fact and .de-i1'3" arms deal had transformed
States, he said there was no reason to (ear American had been discussion of the *outh-
pressure on Israel to give up the port of Kilath, at
the head of the Gulf of AM>a, but there might be
continued pressure for other territorial concessions
Kii, X f, IW"***"* rWW lj lho.UJLS he
saw we reply had been delayed and that Israel that it was "inconceivable" that
would renew its efforts to obtain defensive weapons Israel Mirrcndcr Eilath or un-
from Washington. broken accaa to the port. While
_______________. Together with Israels demand ,n<'r<' 's DO reason to believe that
for defensive arms. Mr Sharetti"10 *-'.S. w'" pressure further on
Bruce has been in his trDOB for
two years and has served as Troop
Scribe for the Boy Scouts and Den
( hief for the Cub Scouts. Now a
Patrol Leader, he will become
m
nounced the -hipment. of British the Middle East situation in the | s*mor Patrol Leader early this
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arms to Egypt
"gravest and most dangerous man month.
Herbert has been in the troop
for four years and has served as
Patrol Leader and Senior Patrol
Israel's opposition to the arming ner- The character and political
of the Arabs did not constitute objectives of the deal were clari
provocation, Mr. Sharett said gf {fled in a most eplicit and un
warned that Israel stands ready to I reserved manner by Khrusehev,"
beat off any hostile campaign he said in reference to the Soviet leader He now occupies the post
against it. However, he stressed leader's attack on Israel last week, of Junior Assistant Scoutmaster,
that while the Jewish State was 'He drew the attention of the depu Botn boyfi attend West Miami
arming itself for defense, it would 'ties Israe! public opinion and the Jun;or High School. Bruce, in the
still make every effort for peace,! world to the "terrible danger" of
although "we will not buy peace | the arms deal,
at the price of concessions that sap
eighth grade, is on the Student
Council Cabinet, circulation mana
ger of the school paper, member
of the Leadership Clinic and presi-
dent of the Basic Education Re
search Club. He is also a member
Mogen David Kosher Meat and lrf (he Florida Junior Academy of
SUPERVISION REVEALED
our ability to live and encourage
further encroachment and de-
structive scheming against us."
He reported serious discussion ,
in Washington with U.S. Govern iPouItr* Markel- of 1983-1987 SW science.
8th st., Miami, Wednesday an. Herbert
ment leaders on the problem of i
peace in the Middle East, as well
nounced that the Beth Jacob Vaad
in the ninth grade,
joined in the ceremonies Dec. 28
as discussion with the British. He'^^^^^J^ot Troop 308 which brought them
rejected Prime Minister Eden as \market Jointly with the Central h awards from Scoutmaster
' Harry Plaskoff Among guests at-
tending was Leon Bass, Command-
er of Jewish War Veterans Post
223, sponsors of the troop.
a mediator in the Middle East,
noting that the British leader had
disqualified himself because of his
attempt to "fix in advance the na-
Ccntral Miami Kashruth Commis-
sion supervises Mogen David's res-
taurant and butcher shop. v
HBBi
.i lii.vn
. Sol Silverman (left) were honored thi week by
in their name of a new physical therapy room at
lome for the Aged. Auxiliary oi the Home, of
>:lverman is president, made the $10,030 addition.
Home president, looks on. When completely
lid supervised by a brained therapist, }he rehabili-
im of the Home will be the most advanced for the
kth Florida.
IERAPY ROOM PURCHASE
M Addition Honors Couple
lan. president of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Wednes-
lat officers and 2.400 members of the Women's Auxiliary
approved the $10,000 purchase of the soon-lobe com-
"ii in the A Win Memorial budding in honor of Mr.
[lverman.
riu.ui, now in her fifth term as- president of the auxiliary.
Jr outstanding leadership" in behalf of the Home. The
ides the Home with $18,000 yearly in operating income
the major expense for the extensive recreational and
m at the Home, which is under professional supervision
Miami Jewish Community Center.
therapy room is completely equ.pped and under the
[a trained therapist in the next few months, the Home
one more giant step forward in the development of the
I pro-ram for the aged in the Greater Miami area,"
In addition to its medical stall, and registered nurses
tk. the Home already has on its staff a psychiatrist and
ocial worker.
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U.S. Government lends .............................. 5.150.000.00
Stock in Federal Home Loon Bank ...................... 1,152.900.00
Interest Receivable Accrued en leads and Investments ..... 45,352.16
Dode Federal Pint Mortgage Loans....................., 4f.5H.20e.22
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Veteran Guaranteed First Mortgage Loans................, 16.44Me7.67
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Deferred Charges and Other Assets .................. 444.132.53
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Liabilities and Heserves
Savings Accounts .................................... $75,696,863.98
Advances from Federal Home Loan Dank............... 3.500.000.00
Loans In Process .................................... 476.010.72
Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes and Insurance .... 199.204.51
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Friday.
^nlsteToflaborViev^^
Mrs. Golda Myerson, brae] Mm-
ister erf Labor, addressed Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal Pacesetters al
the home of Mr. and Mrs Samuel
Friedland last week and warned
that attack on brae] may come
i rv soon."
Gifts chairman, in outlinini
pltM for the kickoff dinner on
Jan 29.
attending the event wen
Vnsin, Ham Sam Bl*'
Shepard Broad .lack Carnei
seph Cohen. Leon EH Jacob
Unless her defenses are strength- Mllir:a, ,; Furman, Dr. t
ened war may strike within (our | Gerbcr r,r y W
, r five months, Bhe declared dore Hccht. Sam J Heiman, How
ard Kane. Aaron M Kar.r.cr. Jaj
Giving the key CJA camp..
natic account of the ominous
threats to Israel survival, Mrs
Myerson reminded them that b-
been willing ever
1948 to : W1,n a>
neighbors
]n 1996, Mrs Myers
niies it!
. n endurin and, at
same time seeks to bring
Al-
Kjslak William Kline. Abe Kur.
num. Sidney Lefcourt, I
Lehrman.
Dave Levinson, Marcie
Luby,
Max l H Rest
'" Ruskin, John S
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100 Jews out Of Morocco, ru-
giers and Tunisia where their very er. H
- are threatened ios. 1 -ana
"Isri must remain wide Joseph \\,
open to this new wave of lmmu ___________
the pointed out. "Otherwise -----------------------
these unfortunate, imperilled Jews
face entrapment behind the Mos-
lem Iron Curtain and possible
d:re circumstance-
All cannot be accommodated now.
the Labor Minister stated. UBl
the current UJA emergency (I
of $25 million and more is
raised quickly in this coning
drive Miami's share of the >?e
cial oat nal fund is 075.000 a
turn undertaken by the hx
in addition to their rr..
Oi SI.350.000.
Samuel N Friedland chairman
of the boar I : Food Fair >' -re-
in whose h
launcl 1 CJA plans for the past
three rears
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Tallulah Bankhead
Due at Playhouse
In Williams Stint
Internationally renowned actress
Tallulah Bankhead. who has scored
, .,(>, on '\*w and acreen. will
star in Tennessee Williams'
Hear Named Desire" at the
nut Grove Playhouse begin
nin Monday. Jan 16.
-] h. production i^ scheduled to
run through Feb. 4.
The recently opened Grove Play-
houM is the culmination of a Ions
i dream of professional
theater in Miami.
le'a fabulous refurbish
,g Playhouse has brought
comment from throughout the na-
tion
opening night, featuring Bert
Ijhr and Tom Ewell in "Waiting
for Godot," attracted hundreds of
ditea and legitimate theater
devotees hen.
try
among other?
picture ,tar j,.
nut U ,iter
wr'ght Tenm^
"Streetcar" Vty |
duction at the
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Ha own resUur^
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Is Henry King a&41
Host i- Anthony
the Charcoal Pit hifiJ
as well a- of m7
spots m New Yorki
'January h
"January Jj^
by the l'arentTe
of Temple Emanii-fl
on Jan 14 ,n n*1
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icny 13, 1956
Academy
Dinner
itainebleau
bost successful dinner
in the history of the
(cade my" was predicted
\>y Miami Beach Council-
llelperin. who was nost
rs of (he board of direc-
Acadcmy at a breakfast
f> hotel.
has t>ecn named chair-
Lo evenl which will be a
i\ dinner in honor of the
of the Academy, B. I.
|h<> is serving his second
dinner will be held at
bebleau hotel Feb. 5.
[with Halperin to direct
of the committee nre
fruchtnian, and Mrs. Ida
Appel is well known
activities in the Jewish
the Aged.
art rendered by Halperin
rr members of the board
that the half way mark
IckeLs has already been
id committments for ad-
jkkcts are on the books.
[the eighth annual dinner
idemy, which was started
the day eight years ago
ne hotel where the com-
st Sunday.
inn to the latest figures
by Binder, there are 260
in the school, with a big
pkcants. Rabbi Alexander
principal with Herman
I, executive director.
Its organization, the He-
iooI has received praise
ly prominent Jews in all
fie country. The Academy
gilt's a regular course of
in Knglish subjects and
I by the Dade School
fflger Liner
ring Space on
[I Voyage
I is available aboard the
li trans-Atlantic passen-
Zion," on her initial
rom Le Havre, Southhamp-
Naples to Haifa next Feb-
as announced Wednes-
the A meric an-Israeli
t Company, Inc., of 10
it New York City, U.S.
atives of the Zim Israel
bn Company.
lion," now nearing Corn-
ell sail from Le Havre on
Southampton, Feb. 17 and
*>b 22, arriving at Haifa
ion." a sister ship of the
s new S/S "Israel." is
for year-round passenger
between Haifa and New
In calls at Naples and oc-
7 at Halifax and Gibraltar,
id She has accommoda-
300 passengers in First
f'-t classes, all in outside
Ts, most of which have
private or semi-private
showers.
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Left to right are Samuel Halperin. Mrs. Ida Appel and Charles
Fruchtman planning the Hebrew Academy's annual meeting
at the Fontainebleau hotel Feb. 5.
Germans Take Over Control of Archives
Continued from Page 1 A
commission chairmanship rotates
quarterly. mJlL_
From January through March,
the chairman is Dr. Hardo Brueck-
ner, a German civil servant taken
LONDONThe British Foreign
Office has charged that "elements
outside of Jordan" are responsible
for the anti-American riots, which
early this week shattered the Arab
country's restless atmosphere.
over by the Foreign Office from
the financial administration. The
other two German members of the
commission are Prof. H. Grewe
and Counsellor W. Hergt. Since
Israel follows Germany in the. al-
phabetical listing of participating
nations. Dr. Brueckner's successor
as chairman of the international
commission will be Yeshayahu
Anug. chief of the Consular Sec-
tion of the Israel Purchasing Mis
sion in Cologne.
Cutler Opens
Miami Offices
Attorney A. Budd Cutler, re*i-
dent of Miami Beach for many
years, has announced the opening
of his Miami offices for the gen-
eral practice of law. Cutler v\ill
retain Miami Beach offices at 420
Lincoln rd. His new offices are
in 601 Ainsley bldg., Miami
Currently active on the board of
directors of the Miami Beach Bar
Association, Cutler is also a mem-
ber of the Florida Bar. He is a
vice president of the Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce and !
is the resident legal counsel for
the Jaycee International Organiza-
tion.
Cutler has recently been elected '
to the budget committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
having previously served on its
board of governors, and is pres-
ently secretary of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center.
Cutler is originally from Had-
donfield, NJ., and was graduated
cum laude from the University of
Miami law school. He served as
appellate justice and case note edi-
tor of ..the Miami Law Quarterly
and is vice chancellor of Nu Beta
Epsilon legal fraternity. He is also
an active member of the Toast-
master's, Jewish War Veterans and
the Decalogue Society of Lawyers
of Chicago.
Cutler's prelaw studies were at
the University of Maryland, Col-
lege Park, where he majored in
accounting and attained member-
A. U44 Catl,r
ship in Beta Gamma Sigma busi-
ness administration fraternity. He
Was vice president of the National
Jewish Youth Conference and also
served as chairman of its consti-
tution and social action commit-
tees.
During World War H. Cutler
served with the combat engineers
and saw action in the European
Theater. He is married and resides
with his wife, the former Iris
Schuham of Coral Gables, and his
daughter, Betsy Gail, at 960 79th
ter., Miami Beach.
FLORIDA'S LARGEST STATE BANK
PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI
*
statement of (condition
lion Village Provides
Dining Atmosphere
an Village restaurant,
Tinuton ave., is open daily
Ka patrons with the
finest cuisine
and an intimate
dining atmos-
phere.
Co-owners of
the Roumanian
Village restau-
rant are Perry
JL Beubis and his
partner, Irving
Rose niweig
who. for many
years, have
been in the en-
business.
a\< been associated with
resorts and hotels, as
Iher tourist spots. Beubis
fttweig are well known to
charity functions
the Greater Miami
COMPLETE
BANKING
FACILITIES
Commercial., Loans
Safe Deposif Vaults

Special Checking
Account!

Collection Department
Consumer Crtdit Dpt.
#
Escrow Department
Commercial Banking
Foreign Department
Savings Accounts
Pan Am Charge Plan
AS OF DECEMBER 31.
RESOURCES
Cash and Dua From lands.. .$IS.73J.4I2.77
U. S Go.emm.nt Sacuritias.. 12.031.147.47
Stata. County, and Municipal
Sacuritiat............
1955
*
LIABILITIES
DEPOSITS.
Otkar Securities..........
Federal Reserve Sink Stack .
leans and Diieounti........
3.939,739.31
97.S00.0O
90,000.00
25.363.934.57
Cuttamart' Liability en Lattan of Cradit ...
Furniture and Fbrtvrat..........eeeeeeeajj
Leesehold Improvement................,.
Otfcaf Keel Estate......... .*.*>
Aecrutls and Other Reieurces *...........
TOTAL RESOURCES
.............
SS7JS4.4SS.12
11.413.10
r 101.721.09
297.430.S7
101.922.04
4I4.S07.79
llt.H2.72l.41
fS4.C-7t.2M.7v
11.413441
S99.I72.47.
2.300,000.00
34.410.72
a ............................. 44J.II4.69
TOTAL LIABILITIES ..............SS9.t92.721.41
Letters af Cradit .......................
Accruals and Other Liabilities ........*.
Capital (Commen Stack) ................
Surplus and Undivided Profits ...........at
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JAMS SOTTill. Jr.
i. a aatAto
Vice PreeMear
C. H. MelNTIRI
VI c# wmUtBt eww C#eBr9Tfe)iP#ip
T. I. RIIO. Jr.
Assist a* Vke Preskket
W. 0. DOaMIMIY
"tt rT9lt*r*99m
JOHSf L. HALL
Vice freeHee*
W. C. tAYNI
Vice rVselckeT a.
M. ttOWM
M* Cciatfer
M. I. NIT
Assktsurt Ce.l.r
wiiliam sormi
Caalar Vtaa rVeaMee*
O. P. PAMMER
IDUAROO MORALS
eaaaaWsa Vke rVeeMea*
A M. GARCIA
D. I. JACKSON
L RUDOLPH
rk. PrceMset
idwin cocrcrott
Assist* CenaJer
L J. RIIHIR
Asahfajev Cesekr
H. P. McGOOGAM
Vke Preekka*
FRANCIS P. LYONS
Vpco Protreleevt?
J. M. GRIIST
Aeajaraet CasMer
DIRECTORS
P. J. SRRRALLIS
Vice CaceVasea
JAMtS 94PTTILI. Sr.
Caeriraeaa af 14a eWe)
jACeeo L. CAIASSA
Vke Caaerasea
JAMES SOTTill, Jr.
PresMeaf eerf r>.f rice CfcaA
UIUIRMO CABRERA
Vke Cislrass
A. J. HARRIS
Vke CtsaVaiaa
SERVING THI GREATER MIAMI
AREA CONNECTIONS THROUGHOUT
LATIN AMERICA
W 0. DORMINEY
Siccative Vke Preekleef.
Sear* Dee1, farmtrt See*
RORIRT P. FOREMAN
Secretary.
Metieael Ainimti. la*.
KENNETH S. RIYIS
Caairaeaa at tee Seare1
Tee Bares Ceaspaay
GEORGE H. SALLIY
SeMey. Sean* aed Meeter.
4ttereeyi
Ceeasel far lea*
SHILRY P. LANGSTON
PresMeat, le-.it.. Ce., Ia.
lesaraace
WILLIAM SOTTILR
PreUateet
SeeM DaeJa faraiers Ie
EDUARDO MORALES
Ilecetrve Vice Preslaleat
M. M, WEISS
caaereMM e> fwe wQgtm
Teeky-Mvrea Cerp.
CECIL P. HOLLAND '
Presletoet. Cecil NeHewal'l
4ll-MlaW Parsf. lac.
J. A. ROIO
Pre.la>.t. Pellsa>era
Safer Preelecers AasaclerHe*
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Vke Preskkef. Serrelles
fverftaales far mi. lac.

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Makuzynski* s Rise to
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Leader T?
Program
Tackles
June in Januory'
Summer Camp
Tak s Theme
z*4 honorary lite
iacil of Greater
:e af him three days
arsons gathered at the
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was presented
national executive
"-:.: .; Council presj
Balie? Theatre Slates 3 Shows
luataoa Bait."
'rahs. aad efcoce-
peal I-achiae will
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"The How oi j,^
.nun*" m the uue-j
i*eori pt the >ecoe4
exsaip trsininj pro-y
[YbMif Aduh Jew!i^
'lh Florida wjj^
la*t week at the GnJ
.Jewish Comrr
L**i Sch>artiaai
director of U f^rea.,
Education. i- cq^
Issnim a paw! ,4 __
presented Ihi 'per.3
area of pre..
Final tS oau
the leader^ tras^
jwere !>
I Enthesiasr.i th Mii
(Leria of the \
Jrwish Woeaen as
Efrann Gale, eueetht
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SdbMreW UrrJ
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to the V
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13. 1956
Page 11 A
pii War Veterans Posts
national JWV last
iostng a program of
lining in the public
orida.
i of the Greater Miami
from Tampa unani-
|d a resolution scoring
training course for
Iken next summer
the State Superin
blic Schools.
a Quarterly Council
n of the State Depart-
grida. the nine JWV
led its opposition to
any form, sectarian,
Rap Religious Instruction in Public Schools
or otherwise, for reason that such Church and State"
training is contrary to the Consti. --., ^
tution of the United States and uL2SB22 1" 4" followj*
riPtrim#m.l m..i ZTx JT ?. ,,,s,v Norman Bruce Brown. West
detrimental to internal welfare of
Miami. Miami Beach, Coral Gables^
the people of this State.
-,. r"j Hialeah-aBaau Springs, North
The meeting was be\4 at the I Shore North Miami Beach. Holly
wood and Tampa.
Lindsay de Garmo Post, Ameri-
can Legion, in Coconut Grove, with
delegates from the nine Posts rep-
resenting some 1,000 Jewish War
Veterans throughout Florida.
The resolution indicated that
"public school teachers have no
special qualifications along these
Principal spokesaten for the
resolution included ("apt Lester C.
Soldz. Victor B Friedman, Hy
Morris, past department command-
ers; WiHard Bender, past depart-
ment commander and present na-
tional executive eommitteeman;
important lines" (religious in-!*nd Louis Phillips, past national
struct ion) and affirmed the fact executive commitlee::ian
that "this government has always Robert J. Fishkind. present de-
sanctioned a separation between I partment commander, presided.
Attention
Large or small offices in
light manufacturing cen-
ter, modern building. $25 -
$50 month.
1410 20th St.,
Miami Booth
Ph. JE 1-5765 M0 6-4316
BERTE LONG
Contralto
TEACHER and SINGER
919 N.W. 23rd Court
kene NEwten 5-11
Star Will Headline Golf Tourney at Westriew Club
, noted entertainer
(d TV quiz master, will
program of the sec
U'JA Westview dinner
event will preface the
Uournament to be held
[>. Jan. 19. featuring
[tup tars in profession-
la- recently returned
H l-i;ie! with his wife.
Halter.
put with confining his
entertainment Bald,
gded the literary scene
lutobiograffthjr, "From
bhes." The success of
made the Damon
norial Fund richer by
Be ro v a 11 i e I which
|red turned over to the
fcarch organization. He
initial literary venture
I, The Curtain Never
Adams has appeared at the C'opa-
cabana, the Latin Quarter, the
Beachcomber in Miami. Slapsic
Maxic's in Hollywood, before the
culminating experience of seeing
his name in lights on Broadway at
New York's Capitol Theatre.
Adams has appeared on speaking
tours throughout the United States
in behalf of the United Jewish
Appeal, the major fund raiaiaj
instrument which directs immigra-
tion, .settlement and welfare pro
grams, aiding refugees and dis-
trasaad, Jean bj Israel, Moslem
lands, Europe and this country.
The dinner affair and the gulf
tournament are joint functions
sponsored by the Combined Jewish
Appeal in cooperation with the
members of Westview Country
Club.
John Scrbin is chairman <>. the
pro-am golf tournament.

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IE
ran am
around the CJA-Waatviaw gold trophy are members
:ond Annual Golf Tournament Committee shown at
ig Meeting at Westview Country Club. With chair-
Serbin (second from left) are Isidore Hecht. Jr..
sfcourt and Aaron M. Kanner. The tournament will
>n Thursday. Jan. 19. at Westview with the nation's
participating. Closing-date ior entries is Ian. 11,
announced.
la Examines
for Future
Sources
.ok for atomic energy
power Florida's future
plants came under
|ny at a series of con-
ponsored by Florida
tight Company held in
'ntly.
. the conferences, Me-
lt". FPL1 board chair
for Pittsburgh, at the
?' the AEC. to inspect
VPrt reactor plant be-
pintly by the Commis-
Bquesne Light Co.
) keeping closely in
Ltbe progress of reactor
*" nld Smith. in
ettiroir.e when it will
kdbnj md most prac-
Iu~ to order one More
| than a score of our personnel have
been cleared to receive confiden-
tial information from the Commis-
sion "
Present for the briefing on latest
development were FPL's engineers
and officials and also representa-
tives of Tampa Electric Company
and Florida Power Corporation,
St. Petersburg. _^____^_
LIFE READER RENNE
Famous Psychic Advisor
COMIHETE CARDS CRYSTAL PALM
4701 Cellini Am., M.I. UN 6-1421
>-m' Tax
l<*aa-riui
1MSI0 $2 ,.
*' ftl 43045
ELECTROLYSIS SCHOOL
Good income nftor saart course.
We else reneeve hew Sfaftssroa-
lly aermaaaath. ft ***
sent call 19-4015.
HALF-DAY FISHING TRIPS
NO FISH NO PAY Qmly $3.00
YACHT SAILFISH
9:10 .m. and 2 p.m Children $1.50.
Pier 7, City Yacht Bum. Miami. Free
Bait A Tackle. SPECIALFather A
Son to 12 years $425. Phone PR 3-4811
or 12-1544
HINT A CAR
$15 per Week
plus 5c per Mile
Beet For Lees
BEN S RENTALS
1451 W. FLAGLER Ph. FR 3-S7S5
Pickup Miami and Beach
WANTED
DieTitian-
Housekeeper
FOR KOSHER INSTITUTION IN
GREATER MIAMI
YEAR-ROUND JOB
5', DAY WEEK
Petition requires experience end t
ofcility in svpervisien of kitchens J
ana dining room; supervision of {
Staff including cooks, many plon
ning, buying of food and other J
items, record keeping including ,
perpetual inventory. Write: E. 0., I
c lex 2973, Miami II.
I giving name, address, phone, oo, i
} education, training, work experi- {
j ence and references.
Company
Wants to borrow from private
investors on socjred collateral
is amounts of $10,000.00 to
$100,00040. Will pay 12% per
annum interest.
(Payable monthly)
Write: C. L
c/o Box 2973, Miami 18
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12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
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Noted Spiritual Leader, Author
Be Speaker at Beth Israel
V: and Mn Herbert Shapu
ire*- U a :: --
School's Creation
Was Prophetic,
Director Says

al'ts Di Philip 3 ,^V
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Monuments, Inc.
S223 S.W. tfh STtOT
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Youth Program
Due Wednesday
B'r B: program ha?
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Schedules Affairs
A luncheon and card party was
held at the h>m* :: Mn
Harm 3241 North Bay rd V
Beach, oa I aaasssfat!
tbe North Dade chapter
er i Amenta.- OKI
TV chapter j! i! hoM a'
membership coffee Jan. IT at the i
home of Mrs, Leoa Pipssrk. 1
K*> Tbere will be a |
-Metlah.- and a t.: -..; be pre-
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Israel
Broad.
and f.r.i-.. -' I
bntii
- vita

Or Oscar Z FaMtian. president
of the Hebrew Theological Collet*
of Chicago, will be guest speaker
at the second annual banquet Of
Israel congregation, accord,
to an announcement this week
Bj Morrii Weinstein. president
Banquet will be held on Sunday
mining Jan 15. at the Di Lido
vl.
Prior to coming to the Hebrew
i! College of Chicago. Dr.
Fasman wa* rabbi of United Syna-
inada Rabbi
an has contributed extensive-
rned journals on the atti-
Jewid) law to modern
ems, a< well as numerous ar-
in the EagliaaJMi preas
I mporar)' issues.
Recently he was awarded an
rary Doctor of Divinity degree
Yeshiva Iniversity. Rabbi
an ;- the only American-born
president of an orthodox rabbinical
seminary
Rabbi H Louis Rottman. spiri-
tual leader of Beth Israel Congre-
n, will be formally installed
r r'a-man Cantor Philip H.
Brummer. of Temple Emanu FJ.
will render a program of song.
Mr-- Rose Friedman, president
hood, is on the planning
board of the banquet, with chair-
mar Mr- Irving SchwarU and eo-
rhairman Mr Moe Grundwerg. In
charge of the preaaf
ra Mager Pubuab<
Mrs. Henry Milsea.
CPA Mtvti Offkt
Charles H
CPA formerly at tail
is now located at *Jt|
Miami.
The Dan ia Bank
Statement of Condition
December 31. 1955
OFFICERS
RESOURCES
C=ih end due from Bonks
l-estments *^^
U. S. Government Bonds
S'cte. County ond Munidpoi Bonds
Oher Securities ... .
i~ *,
loons end Discounts, Ind. hutoBment loons
Overdrafts
Fumilvre ond Fi.hjras $ 145.990.72
-5 House. Pork*o Lot 4040274
0*M Real Estate 11.9l7.dw
Eomed Irferejf Rece.voWe
Ltsttssn z< CreditCustomers UobSry___
0*ver Resources
DIRECTORS
TOTAL RESOURCES
$ 4.834,41741
tj
9.1134^125
4.171,089.22
1767U70
14.065^09 52
1411.41
198,411.14
241.937 JO
143.28043
44.3411^
$32,990,911.13
He* ';, kSSW
LIABILITIES AN0 CAPfTAl
&*** 'v ...... $304*07,85775 I
Leasswi of Cred.t ____ U378043
^est CotWcted ond Not Earned...... 128,199.01
Epnset Acauad 674643
S600.000.00
"s 9O0X)00.00
Reservsn. Und^Kt^ proftH 404,827^1 1.9044275j_
TOTAL LlAULmES ANO CAPfTAl $32,990,91 UJ
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Crum
>rt Here
bruin, prominent au-
J;inrt world traveller,
L dinner meeting of
Tjcwish Appeal Ho-
|n Tuesday evening,
Jir home of Morris
p7 Pint'tree dr., Mi
lirman David Levln-
IHiers hotel, has an-
( rum will make a
ianco at the dinner
on his recent visit
the Middle Bait,
, at first-hand the
fi-i- facing the new
id ..f Ihc late Frank-
It and former Pn-si
(and an outstanding
lilt nor, he cstablish-
Ihich has earned him
proughotll the coun-
t of liberal thought
"One World"
nted nnmial-
\\ arid Foundation"
follower! of the late
I vai presented to
I ition of his out-
i lilKTalism .
lational justice and
| to perpetuate
tradition of crusad-
h-Behind the Silken
|< >y< (I wide acclaim as
i of the interna-
fering which so long
ili-hmcnt of an
Jewish co mm on-
Bartley C. Crum
rtt Completes
igon Course
bhwartz of this city.
from New York.
apletrd a course of
ring her for the po-
fcome Wagon hostess
holds in this com-
t* resides at 1530
*! is one-f Welcome
than 5,000, hostesses
li. ovef* a million
on families in the
Hawaii and in the
in.i.i.i. embracing
mu citiat
on behalf of Wel-
more than approxi-
^ponsors are made
.mt tamily occasions
<>i .i baby, sixteenth
meat and when
into a community as
Snite Joins Local
Duo to Co-Chair
NCCJ Affair
Fred B. Snite. prominent finan-
cier and civic leader in' Chi
and Greater Miami for many years,
has been named co-chairman of the
World Brotherhood Pinner of the
Americas to be herd at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel on Monday night,
Feb. 20.
Snite serves as chairman of the
annual St. Francis Hospital Charity
Ball and has been active in his sup-
port of many other worthwhile
community projects
Dr. Edward R. Annis is dinner
chairman. Snite joins with Sam
Blank and Dr. Jay J\ W. Pearson,
the other co-chairmen of the din-
ner.
Other prominent state leaders
outside of Greater Miami serving
as co-chairmen of the dinner are
Al B. Block, of Tallahassee; Dr.
C. Lee Eggert, of Gainesville;, and
Honorable James T. Vocelle, of
Vero Beach.
Academy PTA in
Unusual Program
Tuesday Evening
PTA of the Hebrew Academy
will hold its next meeting Tuesda)
evening. Jan. 17. at the Academy
auditorium. Mrs. Miriam Pell Soll-
kofl, president of the WA, an-
nouaced Wednesday.
Toe evening's program will in-
clude a class-by-class report of the
results of the reading achievement
tests recently administered to all
Academy students by the Univer-
sity of Miami reading clinic.
Report will be given by Edwin EL
Smith, consultant at the reading
clinic of the' university, who mper-
i the administration of the
test.
Also fta4.uroil will be a difCtM
sion of .speech problems and impe-
diments affecting students on the
elementary level, by I)r H< tty
Phillips, well known speech ther-
apist. who was associated with
Dade county for man) years, iit
topic will be How You can De-
velop Good Speech Habits in Your
Child."
According to Mrs. M. H. Rosen
house, program chairman, Sam
Hiraeh, noted dramatist and pro-
ducer, will present the dramatiza-
tion of several Jewish literary mas-
terpieces. He will be accompanied
by Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag. mu-
sical director of the Hebrew Aca-
demy.
Page 13 A
Dinner-Dance Will Install
100 Club Officers on Beach
Dinner-dance will install new
officers and directors of the 100
Club of Dade County on Jan. 21 at
the Algiers hotel.
The program committee outlined
the dinner program at the club's
meeting Wednesday.
New officers elected are Al
Sherman, president; Lew Braver-
man and Sam Jackowitz. vice pres-
idents; N. Peter Brooks, treasurer;
and Helen Alpert, executive sec-
retary.
an Israel Model Housing Ltd.
announces
Harry J. Sonz, Realtor
IS APPOINTED EXCLUSIVE AGENT
\uirv and own a luxurious
tartment in the modern
||>erative Apartment Hotel
OURIST HOUSE"
[being bnilt in the renter of
TEsL-AVIV
rst of its kind in Israel,
for occupancy February/March 1956.
srmanent stay, vacations or business trips,
"y designed to make life oaske for new
* to Israel.
rUU DETAILS MTAINAIIE FtOJ*
HARRY J. SONZ
WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phono JEfferson 8-6623
Memorial Service
For Dr. Lipkind
Memorial for the late Dr. Max
Lipkind will be sponsored by the
Jewish National Fund Council here
on Jan. 18 at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, will
deliver the eulogy. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer. of Beth Sholom, will ren-
der the liturgic memorial service.
Meeting will be conducted by
Daniel M. Broad, president of Mia-
mi's JNF Council, with additional
eulogies delivered by Leon J. Ell.
member of the JNF national advis-
ory board, and Jacob Fishman.
Council vice president.
Dr. Lipkind. who died some six
weeks ago, had been a Miami resi-
dent for 15 years, coming from
New York City. A retired physi-
cian, he was a noted Hebraic schol-
ar and active Zionist.
He was the author of many arti-
cles on medicine. Jewish history
and Zionism in English, Yiddish
and Hebrew. Some of his papers
on medical subjects were publish.
ed in Israel.
Top Volunteers Feted
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami this week heard re-
ports on the results of the JNF
annual dinner Dec. 4 and Tag Day
drive Dec. 17 and 18. Among
women volunteers gathering top
sums were Mrs. Louis Marcus, Pio-
neer Women Club 2, and Mrs. Reu-
ben Zorehkey, Golda Myerson
Club.
*poumn ^nmpv **i
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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fUm H I 3**5
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gregation wlft trald t dance and nard A. Welkind. youth activity
amateur talent contest on Saturday director.
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George (.rr.hwms "Porfy
The Ruwuu are en
.it it Maybe we
quit sending diplomat*
Moscow and send Broad-
l>n*lucUoB in.otead
caking about the Porgj*
Bevs" production in Moscow.
raeh newspaper tells an in-
anecdote A year or so
!he Port* and Be%a" troupe
H Israel One of thoee in
Israel ho saw production
the Russian An>ha neater to
Israel A Abramoe "You should
Russia." said the Rnssian
the leader of the
pr I)o you know any Ruv-
\ raptted the leader of the
white ar u>! We dont
. Ruv>ian. but many of us
r*ak a little Yiddish "

friend "S" just back from
! me an amusing story.
Theodore streibert head of the
America recently M-.it
where he .poke with
rt.tr <1ietator. Nasser
The latter drpky.
Streibrrt a, 3
alirtic ambition
Pom-, show^pi
of Israel whieiT
aaaaition.... tIuju-sti
i* all the *q
to the KuphratH i
Streibert that then
map hung on tkj
Knesset m isrjj
At the concJo5J
in Egypt Streibert!
and the offkuk L
foreign Affilt3
laughed at the .dej,
and said it wi, ajj^
Mr Strcihert vagi
gate fun her Tr^
find such an in
hanging on the wa
set a- \i-tfr hm
there ua such a<
walls of the
*ng -t iilfcsjg^i
corted t<> the nanrj
the Herut party.
be said that
map there either
HORI* SMOLAR
Zionists Happ} About Their April Dald

\pn.
T '
-
j\e preferred that
tie held in July *s
vchedaled This was
Di Nahusn Goklanan
1 wan, the Zionist
brael insisted on hold-
*res> earlier than
became of the new situation
Israel
- 'rr their pressure
imann. as chairman of
I -'. executive.
rrmon the Congress
, -.ally. Dr Gold
anned to call
iferences of Icewling
jcsj conference
: -gether Europe
i -econd, conference
d..4i Zionist* in
I and a third for
toe I --red States
Yon n\a> be
that over 40
treaties betwera
States and Israel
business and
taons between rat
They provide a nsnfj
dation for the
American tin inigj
and technicians n
tint) in IsraeL Hail
similar?:. the ITi
concepts of the
ters concerning
miner and the njar]
ridntals m the tar
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croups the
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MRS. CELIA SEOAL
"' -*' W Slid ... .....,,,... ;.
towel former Mian Us m, a,.
.....' ''" She i
Uhl veers .*<)
lii aurvlvi i bj two .1 |.,.
i nnd W
ni mi-
ni w t,
rton Ml.nnI riini.. I, i
Mi. Nri*. tvmeii*
I

rial In
CLIAS POZMANPIER
-I >8 C illlii ave., who
- i
Jan I i r-.-tii-. ,i hirrici I
bj hi- wife, Anna; tu.. i. .
anil i.
!i In ftlvi i 1.1. i;...-,. h \i
i I. Wnatilneton a\. with
Mt. N. bo i '. in. in \.
i ..
tiled
i
HYMAN GREENBERG
TO. Of 1111 C,,|| HV) ,||,.,| .|;, v
i<1.--Kraoh Mrrnurliil C h h p p I ,
Waanlnarton av
ranaementa
n hare "f i -
?sident Itzhak Ben-Zvi
tour to chat with art
Kvorkmen and learn
the industrial prob-
le young republic.
I B'rith Junior
Names New
irs at Confab
PHILIP PRESS
" Of 1 II" i.....an .lr Miami
iiii-ii .i.in B. Rivaralrie- I:.-.. -,
rial Chaiirl. Alton rd., a
of arrangements.
H..U I).
Memo-
charge
:'*'.I1* TL '' ">". with
a!
Ml Nebo Oincti-iy.
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Miami
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W" << Miami
li rhara,. ..f .ii .
v ttf
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i innententa.
.....f"LL IS, "EEDMAN
' Idem hare
|Jjnan ". I. aJrvhTea
I'lll. Std Vlr. -, \\ ,. |tn g
don Funeral Home, with
I Vlll.
-Velio
at <;..i-
' II III Ml Mt
MICHAEL DAVIS
72. of lion Ku.ll.l ave ili-il .Ian. 8.
KIm tsklr-HeiM-h Mr mo rial I' b a ). t-J .
Waabiaaton ave.. waa In cbar*e of ar-
rans.m.nta
MRS BELLA AXELRAO
6. of 114 Weet W*r> Aim dr. Miami
Hi-ii.-h. |>aaaed away .Ian. 7. Itlv.r-
elde-Heach Memorial Chapel. Alton
rd., waa In >hante of arranaement
js35rtt*
ami youths, Ross Sandier
Siegel, were elected
^ respectively of the Flor-
Alcph Zadik Aleph and
th Girls, junior orders
prith.
mm held at the con-
K a four-day convention
Pwaiua Bauer in Naran-
&aw a capacity attend-
|25 Jewish youth reprc-
lies in Florida.
(i the convention was a
Biiiiu>rin Mrs. A. Frank
l>t District 5 B'nai B'rith
inn.ui. and installation of
p by Milton A. Fried.
(0 National Commission-
is, Joseph Hermann
who were elected for
Include Steve Weissman,
ce president; Al Capp,
fcretary; Jonah Haliczcr,
reasurer; Sandy Dernis,
ach. scrgeant-at-arms;
hce, Daytona Beach, re-
d Jules Cohen, Orlando,
BBC officers are Ruth
ni Beach, vice president;
arua, Miami, vice presi-
la Michelson, Jackson
nlmg secretary; Bobby
lann. corresponding sec-
Lewis, Miami, treas-
p Marks. Miami Beach.
Judy Ossinsky. Daytona
aplain; Barbara Foosan-
r porter; and Lois
Miami Beach, counsel-
pullips WSJ elected state
by A/A. and District
1 .inn- was se-
*......rtthrob by BB(is.
ABRAHAM BLOOM
75. of 2a7.'> line Tree dr., owner of the
Kv.rr.ln.in apta.. died Jan. 8. He
came here from New York 32 yeara
xn and waa a member of Heth Jacob
r also lietonaed to Miami IWr-h Klks
ludajf 1603 anil la aurvlved by his
wife. Btkal; a aon. Milvln Mitchell;
anil a daiaehter, Mrs Slniein Bpear.
s.Tvi.i s were .Ian \i In RlveraJda-
Heach Memorial Chapel, Waahlnaton
ave with Interment In Mt. N.l...
Cem ti
MRS
'"I 'f 9140
Jan. 4 In
hei> alx
JENNIE FEINBERG
'!-- ve Kurfaloe, died
a local haaphal. She anie
sqS3 ST- fcnm j-apa.
and li' hr."7' M,r" ""or I elnhe
m,-r,^. trr ''"> "awvicea and
J^exakte-aeach Memorial i-|,a,*l. A|-
" vta i aaiaji of
toa
atrancenwntH.
aa -* *!AX aOOOMAN
9*. of r Datta I.It.1 Miami
died Jan 4 .Newman- al Home was |n rhartre of
menta,
lech.
Kuner-
ai t ii :iRe-
".9.
MRS. ESTHER KATZIF
67. of 1SB0 BW 6th st Who ..inn- here
*J yeiita n(.i from Cordale, Qa dlad
fan. 7 sii,. wan a member ol Work-
men'! Circle Branch SM and i-- aur-
\n..l bj two kona, Hidne) and Alvtn;
and a ilauKhlei. Mik. LouU Banna I
henrlcee were Jan I in Uordon'
ami ihaiH-l. with Initial In Ml Blnal
('.ni. ti
RUDOLPH WOLKEN
74. of S20 N*V 171th at., died Ian 7
h Memorial I'hapel,
ler at., waa In chanie of arrange
lie. la su- Ivotl b) ins <'
Bmnia, BerS-icea an I Interment were
In New Voik
|of Leak?
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U* m repair at or ea-
<> new one. ft fraa
mate phone
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BLANCH*1 KROTOSKY
SO. of 16.tr. NI-: IKtth at., iiaaaed an)
Jan. 6 at her residence si" la aur-
liv her hnaband. Irving; and
daunhter. Mrn. Janet Mlbaraiaa. Ile-
nmliiH were aent 10 Saw York I'ltV
for aea ill nil and Interment l-y HU.r-
ride Iteach Memorial Chapel. N.h
d] .li.
MORRIS OISKIN
IS, of 00 NW 79th at died In a
local hnapltal Jim I llr is sin
l.\ hla wife, I'ewr*: one daualitei.
Mia Mat Ion Marcuamm. two Inothera
and alx alateTa. Remains were sent
to ('hli-atro for aervlce" anil Interment
b) llivirsi.le-Heach Memorial Chapel,
Klaitler at.
MRS. CELIA BRONSTEIN
74. of 4361 Tost ave, died Jan. .
A member of lladaaauh, Temple
Ktn.inii-Kl and Its SlaterlM-.il. ah'-
came to Miami IS yean aao from
n.m York. Survlvlna are her hus-
hand, Mi. hail. s..n, llurke. and
alaten Hervlcet an.I Interment were
in New York, with Newman-Oordon
lun.iiii Home in rharca kioaJjy.
MRS. MOLLIE BERNSTEIN
91. of 1179 Baj lit oJad -i.in in ii
local boapltal. She had lived In this
area five \. I eomlnj from Mem
phis. Tenn. A ilaiiahtet, MlM laorti-
ih\ aurrlvea Hen
were Meinphla. with ltlveretde-1
\l......i.il Chapel. N.ninandy Itle, I"
. ..f arrancemi
MRS. ROSE LEVINSON
47 of tail li 'an.
at her home She ..inn here two
ago frorn t'hrcaso and li aui -
i b) three daufhtera, Mra. Mln-
, tie Cajrurek. Mra l- innette M
den and Mi Bherrj K
and Interment ware In < hicaao. wltn
HlVer I '1 Chapel. Al
ton rl in charge of .irranRem. .
REUBEN ROCKOFF
7".. retired contractor, died Jan..3
at his home. I Ml s*V l!lh c t. He
came here la yeara .>*(. from BrtaoKlvn,
and la *ur\l\eri b) hit W"i
|. ,, ,|., i...ui- .iinl Aoe: ami
ea were
6 In the Miami Chapel of Oordon I
With Intel mem In mi
Nebo Cemetery. _____
infant"son
of Mr and Mra. Mk-hael Halmon
Ray rd did Jan. a. Seama
run. ni ii. in. waa In chant or ar-
mnaementa.
samuBiTkanter
s. ,,| l..10 Colllna ave. died Jan. *.
Klveialih -Iteai h Memorial i hapel. Al-
ton id waa In caMTa "' an-anae-
inenta.
RUIEN>. ACKS
6.1. ..f 1771 CotUBa ave died
Kiveraide-llcacb MeJII.irlnl It
Waahlnstep ava., s In tawrta w
iirr.iiiKeinenta
ABE MANN
bead of the Abe Mann rurnliui.
chana. In New York < Jn.
, In a Miami Beach h He had
foi l .^eara and la
aurvlved b) hla wife, Helrna. a dauah-
Mi, Huth lt.il
and Newiiu | ; ';
remalna to Newark, N J '"
MRS. BESSIE J-EVIN
70. of 1,01 llm\ rd.. died Jan
a hoepttul Hhe eame hue elaht Jean
i-ittaburah. Pn .and i-
vlved by h. i hatband, Ma*;
Bdwai aausht. Unth foar
la-othera. Inriudlnfr Joaeph t^\tne. ol
Miami, benlcea were Jan. t at New-
J' ]2,\. "Mvanla ave ho
vT j.",','' >ri"" '"'" fr',l Newark.
.-N.J.. died Jan. 4 at home She ,. .,
vived by her huahand. MeyeT; a "on
awn? T ^""Khter. Mra. Mlkired
-mi'il;.",d ""*" ""-" Bervloaa
E&roenS "" eta^ "' *
t.i
ISADOR MALVIN
i- l> is.1 ave., woo .iinie here
yeara ajfo from \, yrk. ,, ,,
dauchter, ,\i-> g Barbara
Myron and
brother an.I all I
laJ were In New
''> iiniton
an., in cnarga ..r arranaamenta.
Loufa; a
and bui -
with Rlvi
ISDOR SWEROLOFF
7th at., died Jan. I, tie
here .-lei., y,.., f
1 hila.ieiphia a......a-ned a ii
mi i.i.artm. houa. on Miami Beach
Burvlvora In. lude h a wife, R.,ae, and
M"x- '- en .1 .n I in
praahlnaton a\e., with Interment In
1 V
7. of
came
Mt
aa ,R-^BE.fCA pERAOOVSKY
sih k^'i :M'^I'1,,"I vj... died Jan l.
Mhe had Been a realdent he:, foi
even yeara, comlna from New York
Mervlrea an.I inteiinent
iork. with
Wile in \,.
,","'" .""'.' Newmnn-ijordon Funeral
Home in harue of local arrangement*.
. of 15..J WaahliiKton ave who came
nere aeven yeara mm from New York.
died Jan 1. She Is yrvtvad l.v a
nrother. lu-njamln. and one slater
Uea.h Memorial i hapel. WaabtnatoO
re., with burial in Mt. Nebo Ceme-
trTT.
RAUL E. OOLOSCHLAQ
S. a winter visitor, died Jan I
Services and Interment were in
Brooklyn, N.Y., iih Riveralde-Beach
Memorial < hapel. Alton rd In charge
arrangements.
"f local
MRS EVA PERLSTEIN
. of i,.n\ Mil hkii i ..... died He-
ll Sli.- had been a resident In i n
coming from Chicago! and Is
aurvlved Iq dauahter. Mra. i.u.-liie
I'a. is Serxi.-es and burial w.i, in
t hli ..L-... with Rb eralde-Beach Mi n n
M.ii Cbapel, Waahlnsion axe.. In
change <>f arm nc< menti
PAUL OEUTSCHMAN
St, of s^:'7 Carl; li ave., die l l>.
He came in i, u-n veals ago from New
York ant waa the reived urealdcrri
of Peeileaa fountain Pen Co, Sur-
lllh Wife, I i. Illlle; II (oil.
Mt.v_n.il'I. iv... Mra. Norms
c hi n .ni I Mrs. Kloi. i. Mltti
a n.l s.-\ en k .in.!, hlldn .--. n k
Interment were In Ni York with
Rlwrsl le-B. ai i Memorl il Chapel In
chaigi as
HERMAN FISCHER
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over Channel 4 until 2 p.m. Sun
day. The 15-and-a-half hour show
is expected to break the record set
at last year's CP Telethon.
WTVJs Telethon has consistent
topped the country in money don-
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Last year all records were
smashed as the all-night show
brought in $307,000 for research
and care of Sooth Florida's Cere-
bral Palsied. Of that araount.
$90,000 was given to the University
of Miami Medical School for re-
search.
This year a goal of $400,000 has
been set, with $100,000 going to
the UM Med School if the mark i*
reached. Otto Phineas is Telethon
chairman for 1956.
So far the celebrities lined up
for the Telethon include Captain
Kangaroo of CBS Television. Ted
Toni Gilman, The Vagabonds, Ted
Williams. Sam Snead and the Tren-
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Celebrating their golden wedding anniversary,
Mr. end Mrs. Harry OrttHMn entertained at din-
ner some ten days ago in the Sterling hotel. .
Harry's a retired clothing manufacturer from
Chicago. Miami Beach has been the Grossman
home for the past seven years. .
In all, nine bubbling grandchildren were guests
levent. Mr. and Mrs. Ban Millar arrived here from
>< with her parents. Ditto for Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
came from Highland Park, 111., to help Marv's folks
ken wedding celebration. .
ssman children adding to the joy of the jolly occa-
Carl Fidlers, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
(Forest, III.
>rs here during the recent holidays were the Abe
it icy Gotham Town for a brief stay at the Roncy
^rs are the parents of Mrs. Charles Jacobs.
Mrs. Joseph Fried were guests at the Hollywood
List week, coming from New York City, where Joa's
Is mogul. .
tere include the Reuben Horowitzes and Mrs. Leon
c Friedi entertained at their home in Atlantic Beach
(aye visited there last summer.
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[Point's Harry L. Hoffmans were host to Carol Rubin
[heir lovely home.
-i uilent at Beaver College in Philadelphia. She's the
lr. and Mrs. Jack Rubin, Brooklyn, N.Y.
^uinl Town: The Joe Cohens, euests at a dinner in the
Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Heniz Nathanson, of New
at the Fontainebleau.
Casselsshe's noted composer Mane-Zuccaare hack
i Gotham Town after their annual stay and musi-
cca't reporting to friends on her New York December
fiolinist Joan Field, whom she accompanied.
me Rose Broudy will have as house guest for the
lighter, Mrs. Maxwell Dauer, who's here from Wash-
si.n- Roger and Edward. .
Col. Dauer, U.S. Army Medical Service Corps, is off
lunment as executive officer of a general lab in the
(iiiiiand. .
that the Dauers plan retirement later on Miami Beach.
re's i story: Parakeets are popular but don't generally
("liis one is different. His name is Poopily, and he
home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lieberman, 1537 Mer-
recent guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barkin and
s.iiip. of Toronto. Not to be outdone were the Jack
>l Toronto, with daughters Mariam and Sharen. .
spily entertained them all. Jhat the two Barkin
|cousins of the Michael Liebermans is purely coinci-
>>>>cc<
Seltzart, of SW 21st rd.. were hosts at recent New
I in their home. But the evening turned out to be
hi .
fzer is chairman of a Council of Pioneer Women's pro-
ud mi is Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer for one of Miami's Pioneer
Mai at the New Year celebration. .
luo teamed up with still another guest. Mrs. Shirley
Ike the evening a fund raising affair and profitable
of Israel.
from Yonkers, N.Y., are at the Esplanade dr. home
fcingi of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cohen and her motfcer,
Clein. .
[the Maurice S. Degensteine and daughter Gay. Mor-
fr justice of the peace in Yonkers. Mrs. Dagenstein is
daughter.
were the keynote of a Naomi group of Hadassah
the Algiers hotel Monday. .
I of the event, which featured smart apparel and
H' Mrs. E. S. Seitlin and Mrs. Murray Levin.
>>>>> f Tample Israel Sisterhood enjoyed themselves
kral afternoon in the Temple's new auditorium last
lodern Jewish FamilyWhat's the Story?" was the
I panel discussion by Dr. Syvil Marquit, psychologist,
[Comenor, Jewish Family Service executive director.
|U Dr. Joseph Narot. .
kterhood members are looking forward to a more re-
boon come Jan. 16 and their monthly luncheon and
jCo-chairraan are Mrs. Harry Levinsen and Mrs. Nat
Pteen Party *<" Susan Ellen Freedmen Jan. 8 honored
rtlithrrazade room of the Algiers. .
Ire Soe't parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Freedmen, 2225
| I at many local piano recitals and is a member
Miami High and the National Fraternity of Students
friends honored Sue at the gathering.
*erd K. Finks returned home from California Tuesday.
ittended the wedding of Mrs. Fink's brother and Jill
? s the daughter of the Dora Senary*, of Metro Gold-
l"*rs. Fink's brother is Jon C. Zimmer, U.S. Navy. .
rd as matron of honor, and Dick was an usher for
* Jon.. .
Us Angeles, the Finks were the house guests of her
M.,n*nette It Zimmer. .
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Friday. Janucrry 13, 1956
Section B
Sam Hirsch. dramatic coach, going over lines
with Mrs. John Serbin, Mrs. Morris Burk and
Mrs. Daniel Herman, members of an all-
female cast of Sisterhood Temple Beth
Sholom. Hirsch will produce "The Young
and the Fair." by J. Richard Nash, on Ian.
24 and 25 at North Beach Elementary School.
Proceeds will go toward the Sisterhood re-
ligious school subsidy fund.
Gables Troopers in Kaufman-Hart Opus
Lou Tanner has been assigned
the role of Grandpa Vanderhof,
the merry old zany who rules the
crackpot roost of the Sycamore
family in "You Can't Take it With
You," when the Coral Gables Thea-
tre Guild presents the Kaufman
and Hart comedy hit at the Center
Playhouse Theatre for five per-
formances starting Sunday, Jan. 15.
A large cast from the ranks of
the Theatre Guild will be plavmj
some of the most unpredictable
characters ever seen on a stage, in-
cluding Ruth Nadell as Penelope,
the accidental playwright whose
writing career began when a type-
writer was delivered at the house
by mistake; Rube Idels as Boris,
the ballet teacher; and Helen Cha-
son as Essie, the erstwhile candy-
maker who has been Boris' pupil
for a mere eight years
Paul and Mr. de Pinna, who
manufacture fireworks in the Syca.
more basement, will be played re-
spectively by Sid Birk and I I
Feldstein, and Boh Hosen will act
the part of Ed, who is a printer
when he isn't playing the xylo-
phone. Adelle Scymon and Monroe
Myers will supply the love Interest,
in the roles of Alice and Tony,
while Tony's dignified parents,
who accidentally wander into the
mad Sycamore household for din-
ner on the wrong evening, will be
played by Helen Amberson and
Art Chason.
Other important roles wil be
portrayed by Jay Cone, Mary
Corenblum, Ralph Novak, Anne
Shaw and Rose Rov^n in the Guilds
production of You Can't Take it
With You." which will continue at
the Center Playhouse through
Thursday, Jan. 19.
"You Can't Take it with You" is
another of the many successful col-
laborations of George S. Kaufman
and Moss Hart, who arc remem-
bered for such other laugh hit- as
"The Man Who tame to Dinner.-'
Oru-e la a Lifetime" and "George
Washington Slept Here."
Bob Brenner will direct this
Academy award-winning movie and
I'ulitzer Prize play, as he has all 15
other productions sponsored by the
Guild. The theatre auditorium is
at 320 Palermo ave.. Coral Gables,
and all seats are reserved.
SOCIAL ACTION
AJConcress Ladies
In Elaborate Plans
ForC
A scene from the Coral Gables Center Theater Guild pro-
duction, "You Can't Take it With You." shows Helen Chosen,
the ballerina, playing the part of Eaaie, while Mary Coren-
blum, as Rheba, and Jay Cone, at Donald, look on. The play
is directed by Bob Brenner and will open Sunday, Ian. 15, at
the Center Playhouse in Coral Gables Jewish Center.
ongress-orama
In honor of the Commission on
Law and Social Action, a celebra-
tion at the Algiers hotel Jan. 24
will provide and evening of re-
laxation and discussion on civil
rights matters by the South Flor-
ida Division of the American Jew-
ish Congress Defense Organiza-
tion.
Executive leaders and staff of
American Jewish Congress nation-
al office will participate.
A colorful "Congress-orama"
presentation will climax the Jan.
24 proclamation by state officials
of Stephen Wise American Jewish
Congress Day in Florida. Arrange-
ments committee includes the
Mesdames Charles K. Alter, Ruth
Bagley, Philip H. Brummer,
Charles P. Feinberg. Larry Fried-
land. I. LeRoy Goldberg, Louis
Haffner, Philip Kaye and Harry
Levy.
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mininc fair: \^Jn the ' Two Artists at Installation Fete
)n's ticket bought by Mrs. Leo Robinson is a cheer-
to Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood's Mrs. Sherman
left) and Mrs. Irving Cypen. Sisterhood president.
rhood will present opera stars Elaine Malbin and
jnley in a special Feb. 8 performance in Temple
luditorium for its religious school.
IGOtS SCHtDUUD HIM FIB. 8
Will Precede Operatic Program
in the Seville hotel will precede the Feb. 8 performance by
Klaine Malbin and Eugene Conley for Temple Emanu-El
jnnual concert for its religious school,
iner is an innovation this year, replacing the former recep-
llowing the Sisterhood's annual music benefit. In charge of
ingements is Mrs. William Rubenstein.
inounced by overall chairman Mrs. Sherman Kaplan are
irmen of ticket sales. They are Mrs. Joseph Abelow, Mrs.
hiield and Mrs. A. A. Rolhstein.
n .ii of the large patron's group which already has reserved
|100 seats for the dinner and opera show are Mrs. J. J. Perl-
Max Bauer and Mrs. I. M. Boderman. with Mrs. Kaplan.
Second annual luncheon of the
Sisterhood of Atfudath Israel was
held last week at the Fontaine,
bleau hotel.
Installed were honorary life
president, Celia Schenkcr; presi-
Exciiing Date Due
For North Shore
Center Group
Tuesday, Jan. 17. is an exciting
date for members of North Shore
Jewish Center Sisterhood.
On that day, they will hold their
third annual "Stairway to the
Stars" in the new Eden Roc hotel.
Principal feature, according to
Mrs. Fred Jonas, president, will be
the entire Clover Club floor show
"which is graciously offering their
services and professional talent to
us gratis."
Another principal feature of the
affair will be a fashion show under
the supervision of Barkers of 71
st., with noted beauty and model
authority Doris Crane acting as
moderator and describing the
glamour clothes theme.
Some 800 women are expected
to attend the affair, according to
co-chairmen Mrs. Eugene Schwarz,
Mrs. Herman Cooperman and Mrs.
Nat Stein. Over-all chairman is
Mrs. Harvey Goodman.
dent, EsrhVr l-arrrtarrr vice' presi-
dent-. Dorothy Burg, Hannah
Berger, Evelyn LeVine and Bertha
Groudan; treasurer, Sydell Rosen-
berg; financial secretary, Liesel
Gutmann.
Recording secretary, Lillie Blas-
er: corresponding secretary, Kv
telle Novick; social secretary, Tib-
hy Ratnoff; cultural director. Han-
nah Berger; publicity director,
Blanche Lyn.
Board of directors are I.eah Fine.
Liesel Gutmann, Susan Hermon.
Minnie Isaacson, Gertrude Klein-
berg, Sally Lapof. Be-sie Levine,
Sarah Libert. Mollie Pearlman,
Ma Ko-enberg, Celia Schenkcr,
Oustifl Schwarz. Li] Stein. France*
L'llian and Cecelia Wortman.
Program featured Irving Piet-
rack, violinist, song writer and
conductor, with his orchestra.
Judith Berezin, coloratura soprano,
offered musical selections. Invoca-
tion was by Rabbi Isaac Hir-h
Ever.
Chairman of the luncheon com-
mittee was Dorothy Burg. Install-
ing officer was Nat Wolfson.
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Page 5B
Story B*ofckmd Comes to
Treasure Island School
Book shower for the library of
the New Treasure Hand Klemen-
tary School will be given by the
PTA on Tuesday evening, Jan. 17,
in the school cafetorium.
A Musical pageant, entitled
'Story BookUnd," Will be present-
ed by the ihildren. The program
i- bWtl] din eted by MM Harriet
Botwinik, sixth grade teacher, and
Mrs. Enunuel Sponder, music
teacher. Other faculty members
are assisting.
}f< to right) are Mrs. Benjamin B.
president of the Branch; Mrs.
v'ernick. current president; Miss
jdman, Torah Fund chairman;
CEREMONY FEATURED
Mrs. H. Herbert Rossman. associate national
Torah Fund chairman; Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
founder president; and Mrs. Louis Cohen,
araa Torah Fund chairmen.
Quiz Program Slated
Skit and quiz called the "64.000
Shekel," will h (hllghl the voca-
i education i the
I R. Goodman group fa
at the San Marino hotel on Jan. 19.
OUT Chapter to Meet
Next regular meeting of the
Miami Beach Afternoon cnapter of
Women's American ORT will be
held Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the
Royal York hotel.
DININO ROOM
ELEGANT DINING
in the Continental Manner
personally supervised by
Rene Black
BEtA BIZONY
end Ht CoitMuenfa/ tmtmble
pent Culminates Branch Affair
hoodf here of the Southeast Branch of the Na-
me, United Synagogue of America, were among
l at the Torah Fund Mathilde Schechter Day event in the
lulminated the branch conference held in this area, as
I n were honored with a Tree of Life ceremony.
was also given to Chai sponsors and Mrs. Frances Rubin,
crbert Rossman, national vice president and associate
iurman, was guest speaker. Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, pres-
jiutheast Branch, introduced Mrs. Rossman.
included a balladrama" by Cantor Edward Klein, of
tui li Center. Mrs. Louis Cohen was chairman of the day.
Mi GoodmH acting as co-chairman.
.(ihoods include Beth David, North Shore Jewish
e (enter. Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center. Temple
iple Zion. Zamora Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom
Inai of Hollywood.
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Pioneer Women
In Varied Activity
Coni Gables chapter of Pioneer
Women is planning- a novel musical
card party at the Coral Gables
Jewish (enter on Saturday eve-
ning. Jan. 21.
A medley of Jerome Kern songs
will be sung by Mrs. George Mey-
ers and Jerome Taft. Piano accom-
paniment will be by Ethel Day
Browne.
Serving on the arrangement com-
i mittee with Mrs. Sonia Plotkin.
I Moetzct Hapoalot chairman, are
! Ann Heidenrich, Mrs. Joe Soybel
and Mrs. Samuel Cook.
Proceeds will aid in the program
of Moetzct Hapoalot, Israel's coun-
! terpart of the American Pioneer
Women.

The Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women will gather for a
monthly luncheon meeting Tues-
day noon, Jan. 17. Mrs. Eva Kahn
will be hostess at her home. 2101
SW 16th ave.

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Vilensky
are giving an Oneg Shabbat at
their home. 1004 Pennsylvania
ave.. on Saturday, Jan. 14, for mem-
bers of Club 1.
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Mrs. Gertrude Zollinger is chair-
man of a card party sponsored by
Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Wom-
en to be held Tuesday evening,
' Jan. 17, at the home of Anna Klein-
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Beth David Ladies
Will Mark Jewish
Music Month Here
With the theme. "A People Who
LiveSing; A People Who Sing-
Live." Beth David Sisterhood will
highlight Jewish Music Month at
its next meeting.
Jewish life through dance and
song will be vividly portrayed as
Cantor William W. Lipson will
chant various selections illustrat-
ing liturgical and Jewish folk mu-
sic. Participating with Cantor Lip-
son will be the Mesdames Phil Ab-
rams and Harold Berney.
An unusual art exhibit in con-
junction with Jewish Music Month
will be set up by Mrs. David Par-
ses. On display will be paintings
by outstanding Jewish artists.
The affair is scheduled Wednes-
day noon. Jan 18, in Beth David
auditorium.
'A Night ai Spmm'
Members of the Nautilus Ele-
mentary School PTA will meet
Monday evening, Jan. 16, to parti-
cipate in a program around the
theme, "A Night of Spain." Fea-
tured will be the art and music of
that country.

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with ir rathri than lamilj Or Danial
O Hammond. Jacob Nabar. Lao A Zwckarman. Lao Lav.n. Harold Rand.
Warr.n Zundall. A. R Hollandar. Irvin Seaman, Harold tA. Unoar, Atox
Kuihnar and Donald E. Kobtoy. .
Mora Newi ..n th- Medical ProoC Dr. and Mr. Louit Lytton enter-
i.imed out id town goOate irmn ('leveland. Murago and Sew York at a|
,\w Year, eve party in their home Dea. Cba.tar Caaaed and teranra
Writer, of 1 he Mt Sinai ataff. delivered papers on "Uvv Biop itaff meeting Jan 10 Incidentally, Or. Mnton recently took time out
with lovely and eloquent wife Minetto to tour Vizraya. which he Itnaii]
on FJttachnime Friends report Dr. Jerry. Faakta slides of the Swiofl
Alps are breath-taking. .
iCMWIITIlt IN i BOOtSHO? fflf Mt WISTVIIW
Worth porting: When Dr. Jerry and Mlnatte several ytMn afo
walked into an obscure I.....kshnp maaaihin m Frame, they bumped
-. into Dr. Albert Schwaltiar. world fimou. lurgcon, mu.iclan and,
phlloaopboi A treasured memeaia Jb eheir home i> a portrait oil
Dr. Sihwailitr BtaOaBd I" Ihem .
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This was the Beu o __________
FASTEST GROWING SAVINGS INSTITUTION
Three Years Ago we opened our doors for business
and at that time we occupied a space of 1,800 square feet
and we had $250,000 in total assets.
In DCmb*r 1953 we enlarged on the north side to
firovide more comfortable quarters for the transaction of
oans and to install safe deposit boxes for your convenience.
We Are NOW completing the enlarging and remodeling
of our main office, increasing our space to 5,000 square feet
for your added comfort and convenience.
STATEMENT OF COND December 31si, 195 ASSETS United States Government Bonds. ition 5 $ 1,671,586.35 1,019,372.97 12,602,724.48 59,325.34 220,000.00 146,693.77 82,700.37 $15,802,403.28 $14,544,869.95 535,245.25 380,000.00 32,526.17 309,761,91
Share and Other Loans.......... Federal Home Loan Bank Stock... Building Improvement and
, Deferred Charges and Other Assets
LIABILITIES AND RESERVES
Advances

Total Liabilities and Reserves..
$15,802,403.28
EXTRA SERVICES
Liberal Dividends
Savings Insured Up to
$10,000 For Each Account
Save by Mail No Postage
Required
Two Convenient Offices:
1244 Washington Avenue
1120 Normandy Drive
Payment of Gas and Electric
Bills
Open Monday Nights 7 to 9
Christmas and Vacation
Clubs
Free Notary Public Service
Safe Deposit Boxes at Low-
est Cost in Florida (Main
Office Only)
Travelers Checks and
Money Orders
Free Parking Area

If you open an account or
add to your savings by
January lOth you oarn di-
vidends from January 1st.
In Addition, last month we opened a branch at 1120
Normandy Drive, Normandy Isle. Here, Hon. Estes Kefauver
is shown cutting the ceremonial ribbon. Left to right:
Jack D. Gordon, President; Sen. Kefauver; Hon. Claude
D. Pepper, Director; and Arthur H. Courshon, Chairman
of the Board. Partly shown behind Mr. Pepper is Milton
Caynor, Treasurer.
WASHINGfONTFEDERAL
And, thanks to you for the confidence
you have shown In the soundness of our growth
and management, our assets now total
more than
$15,800,000
1244 WASHINGTON AVt.
Betwn City Hall
and the Post Office
FREE PARKING
SAVINGSMND LOAN ASSOCIATION
i* \ f
MIAMI BEACH
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
1120 NORMANDY DRIVE
Normandy Isle
Across from Food Fair
FREE PARKING
Jack D. Cordon
President
Michael Steckloff
Vice President
Milton M. Caynor
Treasurer
Arthur H. Courshon
Chairman of the Board
Ceorce W. Hirsch, V.P. Ben Ciller
Comptroller Vice President
Claude Pepper Jack R. Courshon
Charles Silvers


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:hed British Jurist in Miami on Lecture Tour
lennques, eminent
arrived in Miami
renine as part of a
throughout the na-
Lyear-nld jurist, who
knighted by Queen
landed at Miami
158 p.m.
Willed to be principal
services of Temple
K evening, where he
K from the pulpit:
Judaism in England
"
Hb short sto .lover at
He hotel. Sir Basil re-
Xdvember after 18
ainn.ni of the Fast
ftnilr Court. A mem-
pistinguished Anglo-
\\ he served his ap-
at the Oxford and
Minion.
father was for 44
[committee of a large
mage in South Lon-
|f mother was a de-
Ihe renowned philan-
Moses Montefiore.
Beefl founded the
|Bl George's Club inr
at Stepney, and the
|rar. he founded a
This was placed un-
Sir Basil Menrlqves
dpr the management of Miss Ruse
Loewe. who today is Lady Her.
riques. '
Together, the noted couple
built up what is now the famous
Bernhard Baron Settlement
During WorJd War I. Sir Bas,|
Btrved With distinction first in
the Kast Kent Regiment and later
in the Tank Corps, commanding
what must have been the first
tank to open lire on the nemy.
Sir Basil was educated at Har-
row, spending a year in Trance
before going on to'Univ.
CoHoge. Oxford An adherent of
Liberal Judaism, he became sec-
retary of the Oxford Synagogue
while still an undergraduate
He was appointed Justice of
the Peace in 11)24, and the same
year became Magistrate in the
Kast London Juvenile Court. He
began his service a- chairman of
the court in 1937 Sir Basil jN
vice chateau of the National \-
MKiation of Roys' Clubs, vice
president of the World Union for
I'royn-sivc Judaism and presi-
dent of the British Diabetic A*
sociation.
An expert on juvenile delin-
quency, he is the author of sev-
eral books on the subject, includ-
ing "The Home-Menders." pub-
lished last July Hi~ lecture tour
in the United States will include
"talks on "The Broken Home."
"The Work of a British Magis-
trate." "Treatment of the Juve-
nile Delinquent." "The Preven-
tion of Delinquency.' "Rehabili-
tation of the Delinquent,' and
"The Training of the Future
Parent."
rVHOROWIIZ-
MATZOH MEAL
hue...white... jest riaktl
Ideal for "breading" chops.
cutlets, croquettes.
MAOE FROM
GrandJoraH recipes.
"TNE MA TZ OH WITH THE T A S TJ*
Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC.
14 N.E. 24th ST., MIAMI 37, FIA. PHONE FR 3-6166
iy on Church-State Problems in Appearances Here
l "I the nation's
Unities on issues o|
i- ri ltin; the
Ii area early in Jan-
pies of addressee ol religiou.s free-
ing the nation today,
announced by Mrs
resident of the South
Division of the
'i-h Congress.
is assistant general i
le American Jewish !
miivsion on I.aw and i
is the author of the
work, "Church,
rdom," which is rec-
Ibe- courts and law
fhnut the land as the
rence volume on the
nous lilierty and the
< lunch and State in
*
llie country's leading
oristitutional law,
"''--Hilly fought en-
ipon religious liber
ties in s,irh instances ej the (HrJ.
eon Bible ca^c in New Jei
Supreme Court and in the Mc
C'l'iim public school religion CRM
and "The Miracle" film action be-
fore the United States Supreme
Court. Pfeffers new book. "The
Ubertiee of in American,'' will be
puhli.shcil th s spring
The (oristitutional expert ad-
dressed an open meeting of the
Miami chapter of the AJCongress
on Tuesday evening. Jan. 10, %t
Beth David Synagogue. Mrs. Belle
Kamen, president of the Miami
chapter. Berve/d as chairman at
the meeting.
On Jan. &, Pfeffer spoke at
an executive meeting of the board
of the South Florida Women's
Division, to be held at the home of
Mis. Harry Karetsky, LaGorce dr.,
Miami Beach. Mrs. Alter, who
presided, isJd that this meeting
also considered plans for marking
Miami Beach Stephen W,ise Day.
proclaimed by Beach Mayor D. Lee
Powell and Miami Mayor Randall
Christmas for Jan. 24. Dr. Stephen
U Ise, one of America's outstand-
ing religious leaders, was a found-
er of the American Jewish Con
Kress
On Sunday, Jan. 8. Pfeffer was
the keynote speaker at the In-
stitute on Religion and Public
Education which is being sponsor-
ed by the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Association.
!f/Wft lour fsWi-or Atop.
We MF, or Me $064* m No SAIT? then oef .
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Made by
Holland Honey Cake Co., Holland, Mich.
Distributes* by
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{ 161 N.E. 30th STREET
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MR. PAULLEE .. YOUR HAIRSTYLIST
i., Thurs.-:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Fri.-t:00 mm. et00 p.
1739 CORAL WAY (S.W. 22nd St.)
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tant Hair
Dryer
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let and Convenient
ive Time
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Economist to View
American Jewry
Jacob Leschinsky will be guest
speaker at a meeting of Der VKl
disher Forum Saturday evening,
Jan. 14. in Knocth Israel Congre-
gation.
Leschinsky is one of the original
workers in Labor Zionism. He is
also the author of numerous works
on the economic life of Jews in
Russia and Poland
Now on the staff of the Jcuish
Daily Forward, leschinsky will
discus- Assimilation and Nation-
alism Among the Jews of Ameri-
ca."
Der Yiddisher Forum is spon-
sored by the Greater Miami YIVO
Committee.
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MILKBOY
Is mode in Switzerland that gen.
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right for the
YIDDISHEN
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Feature the Finest Swiss
ruyore at year dairy moats
and svpper spreads the per-
fect treat for ice-box aoniff s".
Book Review Scheduled
Meeting of the Chaim Weizman
group of HsnsMlh will be held at
the Jewish Community Center's
TOwn Branch on Monday evening,
Jan 16.
Short hook review on "Marjorie
Morningstar," byEdythe Bernstein,
ll -cheduled.
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IKIamkin preadal
hari. i pr.,i'yJ
steir .r^ J
I treasurer.
BETH TFILAIJ
TION il| ho
j sen Icei it 5:30.
sen u are at tl
Rack. Irj! ,n
.n We A
he will ;.rfachai|
tior Minctu is H
towed by Soak*
sen ice- are at 7JQ
pm
I
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* Let us show yoij
of quality aid i
the; we hart i
tot 10 us
and vidnny.
THUIII
MONUI0I
I
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.uKhters. Linda and *
me Bas MiLnah *
S u la] morning services
Ret Rudolph Brill vtt
rlurwtti
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
HEB5EW ACADEMY TER | r r.da> etenin^
at 8 IS KabtN Henry ;
"Misuonaneo
Saturda) morning serv-'
arted by the jun
It) t'antor
'nders the mu
Ibe liturgy, with
< the chuir
a
CORAL CABLES JEWISH CEN
' II ndaj evening
-18 15 Rabbi Morns Skop
Beth d r-mrar* hv topic "Taking
iJM EL -.NCREOAT.ON ^mon Toward
< antor Irving
n renders the musical por-
liturgy, with the choir
the direction of Robert
Bruce, son nl Mr and
Mataa. and Michael, son
Hn S.dney Gorchav.
orrx Bar Mitnah during
lag services at 9 45
Flayer Granada jEwitu TEMPuE 'ION wfl hold Friday
C0Maav iTER .... at 530 and 8 30
Alfred YVaxaaan
WlMR ,, the Name ol!
or.ei Shabbwt follow*. Satur-
I senict'. are at 9 Sab- ,
M 9 Mt Mincha
P m

ACLDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
ST:TUTE will bold rYiday ese
^ 5 15 Saturday
are at 9 Rah**,
tticute and areatcfc'
rredoai and Re
* I la*-.
' M4bjn Mtnrha
. .
aelsteia wUI be'
ienracas -re at 8 RUR* i
* FMbbc Educ *^Pm.
nsi s.w. aBR

MAMBBI
alasCawaerl
The Shabborf

COMING TOI


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TEMPLE EAWN. .
" CENTER
I'ii
R W,
"^nT-" Caator PWii- J* Mr ** lrv Leo, n
"-" na Bran. ,_,,. .... ^^ "Nawitt Wui ^ lt
* the Oneg SJaakbat 2 DAV,D $V"AOOU ^
"* obaerv rj Bnth


13. 1956
THS
PITAL
Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
Jan 5.
n to Mr. and Mrs.
ii7 .I;in. 4.
.r- born to Mr. an/i
rrxrl Jan. 4
n to Mr. arid Mr*.
Jan, 3.
)rn t<> Mr and Mrs.
fer Jan. 3.
i-n to Mr. and Mrs.
r. 30.
. and Mrs. Walter
rn to Mr. and Mrs.
Idstda Dec. 17.
Mr and Mrs. Mi-
c. li).
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
19.
rn to Mr. and Mrs.
i Dec 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius
20.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin

irn to Mr. and Mrs.
>< 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
9.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
Dec. 10.
Mr and Mrs. Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Nath-
kc 10.
Mr and Mrs. Harry
|c. 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
12.
Mr and Mrs. Joscfth
11

nvene Here .
r- \ a i, of the IM-
i.imi. was featured
e Jan. 11 Tropical
My meeting co-spon-
Miami Public I.j-
in it the main li-
iim included a talk
hi "The Sea and
r Owre dtfOtaed
to
AL NOTICE
IX of corporate
ISOLUTION
LME AND BY THE
V OF TMe STATE
-FLORIDA
lll".M THKSK I'UKS
>mb. i;ki:i:tin<]s.
I'MH'Ma.V
V'H. Kl.nlUDA
I
I II FLORIDA
IlKRNSTKIN,
K'H, l.'iRlDA
t 'i.. ol \i.it. li. \ i.
..t.-.l nn.let
I
RK \i.tv. INC ..
hii it- prim ipal place
Miami, 1 >n. I. County,
i
i- to I..- t !. i I
,f the
hapt -
hnwlng ii ,ii..-
iipi
nf
the
n
.. 11 i i I-', I
> ihi
I any o nuary, A.D
|
EP. FICTITIOUS
E CAW
: I; i: i: v nv
engage In
in >uh na
l: \ \ I
rn, II. ,il. la.
nun,. W|th th I'l.Tk
u>i nf l>ail< O
\i:i:\\|,iv. it/.
>HTIU>V
"i i'i:i:
JUDGE*1 COURT
JNTY. FLORIDA
30994.A
NN.
Pi NTION TO MAKE
[ION FOR FINAL
KHARGE
thai I have
m fir
l\ >'':>" MAW
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I final

l< i:\ltl KIT \
-p i
tv-vl.!! SVI" "ANN
J
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IN KE-RKHY C.1VEN lhu<
tin- unileralgned, dealrtne to engage lr
btialnem under the < ctttlnui nam <>r
P M I.IM. s REACTY HAI.'iN ri
Heel* ood li" '. Mi iml R< i< h. In
lunrta t.i i .,iii Bam* uuji iiic
Clerli ol iIn 'ii uii i"ourl "f
i'i.iiii
I'ACi.l.v ;m".v s ,;,. lwnrr
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoTH i HEREBY fllVEN tli.it
i>..... nan
QIINIEI.A MAR
Avenue In mI i n ,.,.,
with Ihe i ol ii. Circuit Court
of Paili- i "ounl v, F1
Wll.i.iAM w 11 it 1:111: \ 11
RK8M.WU '
it- : Wei i I
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ILSVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 185814
CHARLES A. BENSE, Plaintiff
v*.
l.ll.I.IAN K BEX> .: 1 lefi niinnt.
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
To LILLIAN i: ii'-.nsi:
Rcli'i in .ml Mdrcii I'nknown
Tiki rn fierel v no! Ifles Hint
of Complain) f,,i Divorce hn< been
Mod agalnat you. anil jrou ara reo.ii I red
i,< aei e .i ropy oi youi Anawer di
deadline i> the I tin ul Complaint mi
th- Plaintiff'* Attorn.\. HENRY M.
CAIN, 1*20 Waal I- aali St Miami.
Florida, an'l file th.' original Answer
Or I'lr-ading In th.- ofi re "f the Cl. rk
of th.- Circuit Court nn r b
the 23rd day of January. I9."i. Tf >oo
fall to iln go, Juaamenl by will ba taken aanint vou far the
relief ilcmandiil In the llill f Com-
plaint.
This not lee atl ill th publlxhe I
oai'h I'lk f.'. four eoneecutive weeki
In Till: 1KU ISH rl.MHiniAN.
DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami.
Elorldii. thl luth day of December,
A I'. I
E i: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. i'Ii.-nit Cou't.
I lade i 'ounty, Ploi
Bj .ii v N i H'KNi YER
ill C (Urt s. i -l,., k
HENRY M CAIN
ii \ foi Plaintiff
w \ Miami. Kin.
.. i :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 18W01
i in>\i \s i-itRptm \th "-
n Plaintiff,
;:> RE \i.pr im
I
HI. I (t|
I- i.i IRII A, l'. .i i I.....rp .ration,
l lefemtanta
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
r<) SHOUES REALTY, INC
Nathan Schwi
r .1 li hi and I nn i t..i
Sow fork, Mfw V..ik
V'lee-I Taa. and Director
ith Street
Ml m Yoi k N> York
If. .i Rli
S. i.i i mill I I
: ill li
YOli ARE HERK1IY NOTIFIED to
flli- vnui AnaWar jo th,- complaint
I".. loaura ..f Mi.rtaaxe ud:
and South .t
4 i.f lltiik 1 if WHST MIAMI
SHORES. SEQTIDN "A a aub-
tlvNI. n C'ordln t.. tn. I'l.u
thereof I In Plat Rook
4".. I'l.-. .1 Hi. I'ul.i Ri
orda of 1'ulr County, Flnrfda.
tutrctlifi- with Impiovementa lo-
< .ir>,i thereon.
with the Clark ..f Hi. above named
Com t. to wit i: li LEATHERMAN.
Clerk : tii,. i nil i'ii nd f..i
I .'ul. Count Ptol Ma. nn I \ ,
EN'iLANDEK A
rE.NDRli'H rsij-'. alt..'tioyi for
6;alnUff. Si l l.li,...in it- :.

w I'l I., tok. :i
DATED i intv.
Florida, (hi- :ith da) nf I


I r
Dj M
M RMAN,
ill '..nit
UttEEN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 186120
NOTICE TO DEFEND
MAISY
irlf.-. I'lnlntlfN.
I'HII.II' I KiNKTl i CLARA
I- EINHTKI.V, 'i vKRY I
\.\N FE1NSTEIN LEVY 1,1-
i
?I'l'itl.N.; ii i im
inta,
m I'llll 'I EINSTEIN
Sorth 4ih HI
Chll.nlHplili
INSTEIN, ^
i
Phlladi Iphla, Pn.
HARRY I BVY an.I ANN FEIN-
. ll-.iN I.KVV. bin Wife
K -i R ..'Wl.ind Rtn
I'hiia i. lii'n.i. pa
YOL' AUK HEREIIY Ntil'IITED
that a Rill f..r Partlll>ni <>f the
\\ i '-_- f i' \.,i ili\..... ', .if the %
of l hi' S.. itli..n.-t '.
of Section :. I'.. nth.
ILniKe 41 Rat, aald landn l> InK
and belna in I >.i,i i 'ounl y, I
da. to* th th.' imlkMnaa
an,I im
haa I l au-alnt I >ou
hi i. i-:--.--1
ArurWi ,,litu to th( UlU of
nlalntlffi attorney*,
li'liiiaii 4 Knplnii. B'.ii S.l...l I
iiiiIIiIIiik. Miami. I i ni. the
i.|'l|(In I v in In the
i>ffli-e ,,t k of tin ii
or before Ihi "I da> "f
I l,i ii.ii \. I|i.".ii If m.'.i fall t.. do ae*
ludamt'ii; I > default will In
acalnt i.ui for the i- inded
In it, Complaint
i: \NI> iilll'!-:HEi al Miami.
F!oi i,l
VTHKItM V.\
w.m w BTOCKINO.
no i'Ink
LEON KAPLAN
..f Mi, i,an A Kaplan
Attoraeva for Malntlffa
*i0 Mv\te.>ll Huii'lhiR
Miami. Florida
l/-13-K>-*7
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
vt^t NAME LAW
!u>V'K, IS !,KI;1:,:V OIVEN that
.... iin.l.-rslKi...,!. ,|, ,n
"1 'II HOTEL,
Intend t., reVl"-
i, i
eii
aald name with the Ckerk nf tin.
lilt I i.lli t of I..,,I, t'ultntV, Kl.lld.l.
^cnft ilffiV
MYERS. HKIMA^,'TaTlAN
v '"tn. v., f,,r A|,]
i I...I.I Hl.lr
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN that
'"' '" d. il.BhlnK lo cnKaKe n
nrfi i the flcthloua nan., ol
NA8HBR REALTY, a. K.10 .
Avenue. Mi.uni B. !,. Florida, Intend
<" '; with the i'l. ik
or Hi- ( I: .ult Court of D
Florida
SAIL W \ VSHER
BARAH i: N VSHER
HARRH Zl'KRRXICk
ah'.in \ r,,i Saul w. Nn slier and
Sarah K. N.ish. r
12/23-30 1/6-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE JS HEREBY fllVEN that
the tindentlKni'.l. dratrinj,- to engagi- in
bualneaa .....i.-i the rictitloua name ,.i
PL'RDY I. I' NC 11 EO N ETT i: al
1424 Mtfa Si Miami Bench, Int.-ml*
to reglatcr aalil nun.- with th.. Clerk
of the Or.-iiit Court of D.u|i> Countv.
Florida.
IDA CHINSKY, Sole owner
M MAIN KNULANDKU
Attorney for Applicant
311 Lincoln ltd.
1/8-irt-2H-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAE LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVEN that
ii d. ticn.it. itiiiiliiK to ana*
bualni i'nli-1 the fi.-titlons name of
Tin: DlMiiiV at 34 Miracle Mile,
oral QabkM, Ftorlda, intenda to n--
aald nam.- with the Clerk of th*
Clr.-ult Court of Dnde Countv. Flor-
. SIMON BERMAN, owner
lol'ih winter
Attorne) fg Simon l:. iman. owner
12 In
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN

l.nslll.
I', ill: .-. > iNH B( m iK SHi H
71 I Mian II
.....la to ii.I n line
with the i Merit of I
i --tint \ Ml
HAI4.EN VSSoi'l ATES INC
II.ill. li
COCKSHON .'. FINK
A "oi' ', Inc
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TICK IS IIBRE11Y tllVEN that
thi- in
ti.l. r th.- flctnlou
SHAMROCK INN, al l..... N.W. I.e-
Road, Miami, Florida Intend i"
p with tin
of the iTl.iilt Com t oi D.i.l.- I'oiitnv,
I >
HARRY .1 PATTERSON
I." T I'll-: PATTERSON
HENRY \l CAIN
v for A|,|ill
V Ct.ijilir Si. Miami. Florida
I. 13-2H
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
tin undersigned, dealrlna to enajase in
hurineaa itn.i.- the I titious nam.- of
I \r\YKTTi: H"TKI.. at .11 Collln*
Miami Bench, Florida. In-
tendu to reclater .LI name with Hi*
Clerk of the I'lr.iilt Court .,f Dadl
County, Florida.
MAX FEKIELEH
MKI.VIX FEKiEI.ES
(1IM1ERT A rOUNfl
Attorn. \ foi Max M.lvin FelRelen
20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 185912
I'llln; ,i RK STERN. I Ma In tiff.
I wit H rKRN, Defc ndant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T< I: JANI UN
l4l He. ond Vven n
Yoi s, '
I RK HKKKIIY REQCIRED 10
the
I 'lIUipl ill! f, I I ', -
. COCRSMON
&. FINK, Road, Mi.uni

Ihe i let': of the
al.< v < Court nn oi l. f. thi
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the nn |i alrlna tn ni 'k- in
hiiMineaa iinrlrt : h- f: -I It Ions na
CH >i:I IN .. ,i,i PON T KOSH i: I:
' vii RI i:s at i;n n w (th t
Miami. I lorlda, Intaerda to retrtatei
with i,,- i'tarhf th.' .
-utt of i tATFi.
Fat Mian I i ...rTln. thli
ila\ of XK
ROSKD.M.K DEI.ICATEPSKN, INC
i: ll:v IN flORDON, Pr i.l. nl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'ICE II i: ri.i:, ,;i\ i:\ that
B......ideralirned. dclrlmr to enfa
biixlni
BENEf ICIAI. M..i: i ,; \,;t: n ,\i
IA.W at 131 \ F :-nd Street. Miami.
1 '/' l'1" "'I '.....*ist, -.,1 n.i.n.
with the. cierl Circuit i
of Ha.i. County, I-I.,,Ha.
..... HENRY .1 li \I.\M
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is BKREBY rI\ i:\ thai
the nnileinlkne.l. ileltina to enca
boalneaH under the II. titious n ,
STANLEY HOTEL, at 15 N W
St.. Miami, Kla in ten 1 to i.
aald name with the Clerk of the I'll-
cult Court ..r Dado County, Flotilla
SIDNEY STANLEY
J08EPH ROSENKRANTZ
Attot ni i for Applli am
12/23-30 1 .i-l.i
CERTIFICATE
fa nil ' '
DATE n thi- .a\ "f 9l

| B USA rjOERM i.N

R II. RICE, n:
i ,. at v "lei u
12/30, L i-13-20
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 3S860-A
In Ite ESTATE 'l
VVCI.r SEtJEL. a'k'a w 1*1.1 C
HECtEL I. a \M I.F SEOBI.
WOLF SEi IAI. a I. a W i '
si:.; \i. wii.ii
a WiH.I- SIBOEL wn.K
HIOEI.
I '.
I 'redltoi h noi v Ha\
ill rV i ind i Said
mil aeh of vou. ire I
notified an I n nil. I I "' any
elalnis and iU manl- 0U. or
elthei "f '' 'he
of V. IT.I SEUEL el di
fd late ot i >.i.|. Count; Florida, to the
I Jli V .lll.lktl of
Countv .,n,l file a%rae In ih. li offlcel
, 1i Count) "ourtho .- in
. It hill i.:!.' ill
,, th ihe flmt
Sal I i-lal
t,. ,,iitain Ih. leiial olilr.
Ihe .li.nn,til alkl ti
i oi name will
irred
liat. .lanuarv .1. A.M. l!>..n.
CAKI
A- AilininlMtrator of the
Eat a I .
Wl I.I SEiiEI.
MYEI VII.AN
Alt Administrator
1 41-13-10-57
OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO A I.I. TO WM.i.m THESE PRES
l-.NTS SHALL COME, URBETINOS
\A nen
ROSE A KWATCHER
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
MAROARETT K l."Y
MIAMI BEACH, FI.ORIDA
HAN Ft IRD H KRAMER,
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
ili.i on ill.- Mil day of Jutar, AM. it*".-,
to i.e Incorpora imler the
l.roMslons ,,f Chaptei lOX I
DELCXK ACTS INC., .,
at on, with its pi inclpal
..f hn*inen .-. mi iml B. ai h r> ide
'"ni-. In the suite .,f Florida, and
a hereaa t he oropei ill ieai
corporation ,ii I. on the ''.tii di
fid ,i
In the off I
of th.- State of Florida, id : i ithen-
til al. -,| I .
Ihe |H.- I
'Mini: i'i
rolul
Now. th< i :,-,,- hi
does i i -
Kolna ., n i t!,., t i r i ..i. u*i , i .i i.i
I ith
IN Wl VVHEREi iF, I
ha re hi
l l hi fire* l
i
Ital, iiii
Ho- Sixth day ol lai \.\
R A ORAY,
, si: a 1.1
s
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 33704-B
RB BUT 4.TB OF
Ml .YIN It H1I.TZ, Dee.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby riven that I have
filed mi final report ami aetlllon f"
l*inal Dlacharae an AdmlnlMi
the -i Ite Of ME l \ l\ R II11-CX-. I.
...... i. and thai on the 17th flat) of
February, I8S8, will ani.li t.. the Ron
i'i: \.VK i: DOWLINO. Count.>
.luilK. of Dail,- County, I i.nil.', foi
a;,,,i ,.\ al na! repol I and
final dlaeha ai \dmlnlatratrlx nl
of MEL.VI K IIM.I'X. ,|,
- ,l.
This 10th 'lav of Jai an
E.NOI.A CAIL llll IV.
HERBERT II liri'NEi:
.v for Admlniati atrti
Mrexi Kve Miami II. ai h I'l..
la-n t .i
NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
Lincoln of Washington
Pays Interest on Savings
FOUR TIMES A YEAR
January 1--April 1
July 1October 1
/27b
per onnum
on bolonccs from
$100.00 to SI 5,000.00
Eoi-h Account Insured by
F.O.I.C o $10,000 f
Start Saving H. re Todov
-
'
I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (ilVEN
the iin.lersiun.,,1. d>alrlnR to Tif
bualneaa undai the fictitloua nan
NollTII MIAMI BEAl II I.AIM >Ri l-
M IT, at .-' N I
Miami Beach, l-'la InteiaJa to t>
sai'l ti k of th.
. .li Cmirl F
IX HoliOWl i Z
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS II niVBN that
'. bar w ,. iti-
tellils t,, i
clerk of the Circuit of D.nle
i 'ounl i. i- a da
I \MKS A KCHNEII
UAI
Attorn mi
st

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMt LAV.
NOTICE is HEREBY I.IVEN thSit
the nn,! i: id ii,-i ,|, rlna to enca
the f!.-t itioiiH na
ANOIK KRBD'H ITAIJAN AMERI-
CAN i:i:.- rAI II \NT : _" ; '
\ n ii Beat h, Inten'i
l\ Ith Ihe 'le, k .,f tllo
i 'In ult Court of Made t ''",. I
i i: \m:i ''. mi'
MYERS. IIKIM.\\ ,v KAPLAN
\ tt"i n. n for Appi
.Id IH'Ik
I2/U-2J
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
l> HEREBY OIVEN thot
the nn i. \an,"i deali na lo eng,i(e in
itl'in.s nan.
I Ri H'l-TEX FAHRK s i IF Ml \Mi
at I' ii Boa 2071, Miami 12. Fla In-
t.-ii is with Ihe
i 'l.'i'k ol thi Circuit Court ol
I'oillllv. I'l !
MIl.Ti >N ; il.DBI
SHABIRi k ItUED
At:, t nej f.r. A,,|.||,
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This was the Be u o FASTEST GROWING SAVINGS INSTITUTION Three Years Ago we opened our doors for business and at that time we occupied a space of 1,800 square feet and — we had $250,000 in total assets. In DCmb*r 1953 we enlarged on the north side to f irovide more comfortable quarters for the transaction of oans and to install safe deposit boxes for your convenience. We Are NOW completing the enlarging and remodeling of our main office, increasing our space to 5,000 square feet — for your added comfort and convenience. STATEMENT OF COND December 31si, 195 ASSETS United States Government Bonds. ITION „ 5 $ 1,671,586.35 1,019,372.97 12,602,724.48 59,325.34 220,000.00 146,693.77 82,700.37 $15,802,403.28 $14,544,869.95 535,245.25 380,000.00 32,526.17 309,761,91 Share and Other Loans Federal Home Loan Bank Stock... Building Improvement and Deferred Charges and Other Assets LIABILITIES AND RESERVES Advances — Total Liabilities and Reserves.. $15,802,403.28 EXTRA SERVICES Liberal Dividends Savings Insured Up to $10,000 For Each Account Save by Mail — No Postage Required Two Convenient Offices: 1244 Washington Avenue 1120 Normandy Drive Payment of Gas and Electric Bills • Open Monday Nights 7 to 9 • Christmas and Vacation Clubs • Free Notary Public Service • Safe Deposit Boxes at Lowest Cost in Florida (Main Office Only) • Travelers Checks and Money Orders • Free Parking Area • If you open an account or add to your savings by January lOth you oarn dividends from January 1st. In Addition, last month we opened a branch at 1120 Normandy Drive, Normandy Isle. Here, Hon. Estes Kefauver is shown cutting the ceremonial ribbon. Left to right: Jack D. Gordon, President; Sen. Kefauver; Hon. Claude D. Pepper, Director; and Arthur H. Courshon, Chairman of the Board. Partly shown behind Mr. Pepper is Milton Caynor, Treasurer. WASHINGfONTFEDERAL And, thanks to you for the confidence you have shown In the soundness of our growth and management, our assets now total more than $15,800,000 1244 WASHINGTON AVt. Betwn City Hall and the Post Office FREE PARKING SAVINGSMND LOAN ASSOCIATION i !" \ f MIAMI BEACH OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS 1120 NORMANDY DRIVE Normandy Isle Across from Food Fair FREE PARKING JACK D. CORDON President MICHAEL STECKLOFF Vice President MILTON M. CAYNOR Treasurer ARTHUR H. COURSHON Chairman of the Board CEORCE W. HIRSCH, V.P. BEN CILLER Comptroller Vice President CLAUDE PEPPER JACK R. COURSHON CHARLES SILVERS



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+Jeisfirk)r/dton PAGE 15 O h i | u a r i •3 8 MRS. CELIA SEOAL "' -* %  W Slid ... ,,,... ;„. towel former Mian Us M, A,„„. •' %  '" • %  She i •Uhl veers %  .*<) lii aurvlvi i bj two .1 |„.,. i nnd W ni mini w t, rton %  Ml.nnI riini.. I, i Mi. Nri*. tvmeii* %  I rial In CLIAS POZMANPIER -I >8 C illlii ave., who -• i Jan I i r-.-tii-. ,i hirrici I bj hiwife, Anna; tu.. i. anil i. !i In ftlvi i 1.1. i;...-,. h \i •i I. Wnatilneton a\. with Mt. N. bo I '. in. in \. i .. tiled i HYMAN GREENBERG TO. Of 1111 C,,|| „. HV) ,||,.,| .|;,„ v i<1.--Kraoh Mrrnurliil C h H p p I Waanlnarton av ranaementa n hare "f i ?sident Itzhak Ben-Zvi tour to chat with art Kvorkmen and learn the industrial proble young republic. I B'rith Junior Names New irs at Confab PHILIP PRESS "• Of 1 II" i an .lr Miami iiii-ii .i.in B. RivaralrieI:.-.. -, rial Chaiirl. Alton rd., a of arrangements. H..U I). Memocharge : '*'.I 1 T L •" %  ">"•. with a! Ml Nebo Oincti-iy. 6HAIM I.in VEH RASHKE8 Miami %  %  „,,„-,.. in • JOSEPH" si EGEL W <<• Miami li rhara,. ..f .ii v ttf ."-I -la: Iin. ral I i innententa. f LL IS, "EEDMAN Idem hare |Jjnan ". I. aJrvhTea • I'lll. Std Vlr. -, \\ ,. | t n g don Funeral Home, with I Vlll. %  -Velio at <;..i' II III Ml Mt MICHAEL DAVIS 72. of lion Ku.ll.l ave ili-il .Ian. 8. KIM tsklr-HeiM-h Mr mo rial I' b a ). t-J Waabiaaton ave.. waa In cbar*e of arrans.m.nta MRS BELLA AXELRAO 6. of 114 Weet W*r> Aim dr. Miami Hi-ii.-h. |>aaaed away .Ian. 7. Itlv.relde-Heach Memorial Chapel. Alton rd., waa In >hante of arranaementrin Mrs. A. Frank l>t District 5 B'nai B'rith inn.ui. and installation of p by Milton A. Fried. (0 National Commissionis, Joseph Hermann who were elected for Include Steve Weissman, %  ce president; Al Capp, fcretary; Jonah Haliczcr, reasurer; Sandy Dernis, ach. scrgeant-at-arms; hce, Daytona Beach, red Jules Cohen, Orlando, %  BBC officers are Ruth ni Beach, vice president; %  arua, Miami, vice presila Michelson, Jackson nlmg secretary; Bobby lann. corresponding secLewis, Miami, treasp Marks. Miami Beach. Judy Ossinsky. Daytona aplain; Barbara Foosanr porter; and Lois Miami Beach, counselpullips WSJ elected state by A/A. and District • • 1 .innwas se* rtthrob by BB(is. ABRAHAM BLOOM 75. of 2a7.'> line Tree dr., owner of the Kv.rr.ln.in apta.. died Jan. 8. He came here from New York 32 yeara %  xn and waa a member of Heth Jacob r alx JENNIE FEINBERG -ve Kurfaloe, died a local haaphal. She anie SQS3 STfcn m j-apa. and li' !" h r."7' M r "•" %  or I elnhe m,-r,^. trr ''•"•>• %  "awvicea and J^exakte-a each M emorial i-|,a,*l. A |"• vta i aaiaji of toa atrancenwntH. aa -* *! AX aOOOMAN 9*. of r Datta I.IT.1 Miami died Jan 4 .Newman- • new one. ft fraa ••••mate phone 9-5274 Roofimtf Co. Wi ifi^ ARE YOU BlUNJET? REE" •V er y.ur free cepy ti '•• • JtwUtVfafli.il •I ^omili, r Jewish E( preiiint". en Sea %  34; aba $•* "NackM A Ml* 6. Set in Jtwlta {'•• %  aafiaitttRs, ;, u \ ,o r 1 ••wcstitnti •It fomily. f ''•* etsy, wrift ft: • TUBI6 RESNIK DISTILLERS CORP. 'NGTON AVENUE 'RKJ7, NEW YORK BLANCH* 1 KROTOSKY SO. of 16.tr. NI-: IKtth at., iiaaaed an) Jan. 6 at her residence si" la aurliv her hnaband. Irving; and daunhter. Mrn. Janet Mlbaraiaa. IlenmliiH were aent 10 Saw York I'ltV for aea ill nil and Interment l-y HU.r• ride Iteach Memorial Chapel. N.H d] .li. MORRIS OISKIN IS, of 00 NW 79th at died In a local hnapltal Jim I llr is sin l.\ hla wife, I'ewr*: one daualitei. Mia Mat Ion Marcuamm. two Inothera and alx alateTa. Remains were sent to ('hli-atro for aervlce" anil Interment b) llivirsi.le-Heach Memorial Chapel, Klaitler at. MRS. CELIA BRONSTEIN 74. of 4361 Tost ave, died Jan. A member of lladaaauh, Temple Ktn.inii-Kl and Its SlaterlM-.il. ah'came to Miami IS yean aao from N.M York. Survlvlna are her hushand, Mi. hail. • s..n, llurke. and alaten Hervlcet an.I Interment were in New York, with Newman-Oordon lun.iiii Home in rharca kioaJjy. MRS. MOLLIE BERNSTEIN 91. of 1179 Baj lit oJad -i.in • in ii local boapltal. She had lived In this area five \. I eomlnj from Mem phis. Tenn. A ilaiiahtet, MlM laortiih\ aurrlvea Hen were Meinphla. with ltlveretde-1 \l i .il Chapel. N.ninandy Itle, I" ..f arrancemi MRS. ROSE LEVINSON 47 of tail li 'an. • at her home She ..inn here two ago frorn t'hrcaso and li aui i b) three daufhtera, Mra. Mln, tie Cajrurek. Mra linnette M den and Mi Bherrj K and Interment ware In < hicaao. wltn HlVer I '1 Chapel. Al ton rl in charge of .irranRem. REUBEN ROCKOFF 7".. %  retired contractor, died Jan..3 at his home. I Ml s*V l!lh c t. He came here la yeara .•>*(. from BrtaoKlvn, and la *ur\l\eri b) hit W"i |. ,, ,|., .„ i...ui.iinl Aoe: ami ea were 6 In the Miami Chapel of Oordon I With Intel mem In MI Nebo Cemetery. INFANT"SON of Mr and Mra. Mk-hael Halmon Ray rd did Jan. a. Seama run. ni II. in. waa In chant or armnaementa. SAMUBITKANTER s. ,,| l..10 Colllna ave. died Jan. *. Klveialih -Iteai h Memorial i hapel. Alton id waa In caMTa "' an-anaeinenta. RUIEN>. •ACKS 6.1. ..f 1771 CotUBa ave died Kiveraide-llcacb MeJII.irlnl It Waahlnstep ava., s In tawrta w iirr.iiiKeinenta ABE MANN bead of the Abe Mann rurnliui. chana. In New York < Jn. •, In a Miami Beach h %  '• He had foi l .^eara and la aurvlved b) hla wife, Helrna. a dauahMi, Huth lt.il and '• %  Newiiu | ; '; remalna to Newark, N J '•" MRS. BESSIE J-EVIN 70. of 1,01 llm\ rd.. died Jan a hoepttul Hhe eame hue elaht Jean i-ittaburah. Pn .and ivlved by h. i hatband, Ma*; %  Bdwai aausht. Unth foar la-othera. Inriudlnfr Joaeph t^\tne. ol Miami, benlcea were Jan. t at NewJ' ]2, \. • "Mvanla ave ho vT j.",','' >ri "" •'"•'" fr l Newark. .-N.J.. died Jan. 4 at home She ,. .,„ vived by her huahand. MeyeT; a "on awn? T ^""Khter. Mra. Mlkired m i'i l; ,d ""*" "" %  -•" Bervloaa E&roenS "" eta ^ "' t.i ISADOR MALVIN %  i l> is.1 ave., woo .iinie here yeara ajfo from \, • y„ rk ,,„ ,, • • dauchter, ,\i-> g Barbara %  Myron and brother an.I all I laJ were In New %  % % %  > %  iiniton an., in cnarga ..r arranaamenta. Loufa; a and bui with Rlvi ISDOR SWEROLOFF 7th at., died Jan. I, tie here .-lei., y,.., f 1 hila.ieiphia a a-ned a ii MI i.i.artm. „. houa. on Miami Beach Burvlvora In. lude h a wife, R.,ae, and M x •'%  %  en .1 .n I in praahlnaton a\e., with Interment In 1 V 7. of came Mt aa R -^ BE .f CA p ERAOOVSKY sih K^'I : M '• ^I 1,, I vj... died Jan l. Mhe had Been a realdent he:, foi %  even yeara, comlna from New York Mervlrea an.I inteiinent iork. with Wile in \,. ,","'"• .""'.' Newmnn-ijordon Funeral Home in harue of local arrangement*. of 15..J WaahliiKton ave who came nere aeven yeara mm from New York. died Jan 1. She Is %  yrvtvad l.v a nrother. lu-njamln. and one slater Uea.h Memorial i hapel. WaabtnatoO •re., with burial in Mt. Nebo CemetrTT. RAUL E. OOLOSCHLAQ •S. a winter visitor, died Jan I Services and Interment were in Brooklyn, N.Y., iih Riveralde-Beach Memorial < hapel. Alton rd In charge arrangements. "f local MRS EVA PERLSTEIN of i,.n\ Mil hkii i ..... died Hell Sli.had been a resident In I n coming from Chicago! and Is aurvlved Iq %  dauahter. Mra. i.u.-liie I'a. is Serxi.-es and burial w.i, in t hli ..L-... with Rb eralde-Beach Mi n n M.ii Cbapel, Waahlnsion axe.. In change <>f arm nc< menti PAUL OEUTSCHMAN St, of s^:'7 Carl; li ave., die l l>. He came in i, u-n veals ago from New York ant waa the reived urealdcrri of Peeileaa fountain Pen Co, Surlllh Wife, I i. Illlle; II (oil. Mt.v_n.il'I. iv... Mra. Norms c hi n .ni I Mrs. Kloi. i. Mltti a n.l s.-\ en K .in.!, hlldn .--. n k • Interment were In Ni York with Rlwrsl le-B. ai i Memorl il Chapel In chaigi as HERMAN FISCHER .i of 1427 Ocean dr., died l>e.N> wnian-i lordoti Inn-iiil Home .n hargc .-f .<• rani -, in 31. \..IS ;i waa HENRY ABRAMS 71. of 1300 Collins ive di.d IV NaatnanHJordon Puneral Home In chHrite of arrangement* ISIDORE ROSENBLATT i I7T1 MaraaHh) dr. died i '• % % %  :. H. MI i in. nbei .t w.11,men's •;•• %  _•. Miami ie... h sni vlvor* Include him wife. Mat. !.• sons. Dr. Jack and Stanley; t.. daughtera. Mi i T..l.\ Nanc) Klrcui nl Ml Charlotte Blegel Kervlci we i Ian L' In Riveralde-Beach Memorial Chapel, Waahlnston ave. with builal In Mt. Sinai Cemet.iv HYMAN FEDER 72. of 134". Breael tvi died Dee, 30. A intei visitor here, ha waa sent to Hiooklyn. N Y.. f. — and In. nt U. lUveisldr-lieach M.-mofiel i'hapel. Washington ave. mm Control! ISUf^BOHOGUARANTYl NilNI WtH-BTltB TUT MMTIttiltAI TIIMITI MBS Phone 91761 TRULY NOLEN, inc. fCP Telethon Sets $400,000 Goal Here Fifth annual WTVJ Cerebral Palsy Telethon has been set for [Aft. 21 and 32 at Urfttiann itomr, auditorium Ler Ruvyitcb. JfVTVJ executive vice president and general manager and Telethon to chairman, announced Wednesday. The Telethon will begin at 10:30 p.m. Saturday and run non-stop over Channel 4 until 2 p.m. Sun day. The 15-and-a-half hour show is expected to break the record set at last year's CP Telethon. WTVJs Telethon has consistent topped the country in money donated per TV set in the area. Last year all records were smashed as the all-night show brought in $307,000 for research and care of Sooth Florida's Cerebral Palsied. Of that araount. $90,000 was given to the University of Miami Medical School for research. This year a goal of $400,000 has been set, with $100,000 going to the UM Med School if the mark i* reached. Otto Phineas is Telethon chairman for 1956. So far the celebrities lined up for the Telethon include Captain Kangaroo of CBS Television. Ted Toni Gilman, The Vagabonds, Ted Williams. Sam Snead and the Treniers. All of the stage, TV, movie and radio stars in the area are expected to lend their talents to make the Telethon a success. %  .1 •t l> TO KHP KITCHEN UUNOKr COSTS w Simply go oTI-.l.ctric! h's more economical to go all-electric in your kitchen and laundry than to use a combination of fuels. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ASSOCIATED DETECTIVES Of NORTH $ CENTRAL AMERKA, INC. Phone PL 8-3806 541 N.E. 79th STREET BISCAYNl P1AZA, ROOM 213 MIAMI, FIA. Ill A^ F0R EVERY PURPOSE V %  • **? I) fjoK n0NT o UT | ^ W | N00W emu Ftrnlfert Yeas, feve/eW Mirrors asW ttsifrtriaf 0r SatciaNy L. m C. Glass and Mirror Works 13* S.W. Irk STREET PHONE FR 3 272$ Mtrrlt Orliu MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL aaVINOt ANO LOAN ASSOCIATION CROWN FENCE O INDUSTRIAL O RESIDENTIAL CHAIN LimC WOOD CONCRETE DOUBLE LOOP A DIAMOND LAWN WIRE memo MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 Mm ivwoOD 2-1752 V



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I I! Page 6 A ttnitfjttrfiS&lIsrael Bond ta 9 Mm*** 5"£?2 for r Israel Be** Will h, held durin 1856 of '"^BWtt So* and agriM I "^LT^J ,„, tho flM one. .r. febr**) to for breels ec.no u grow. intrrrupt need* .n mark the official launching of the J'S.^Tj^Sa 4 and vestment ap.l to wMMl the campaign for the N* ot Mate o. W Saturday erenrng. WO „ f Arah hostility and tn Israel Development Bond*, t wa. Sunday, reb 5 at the Hotel soil, pro* J ^^^ mMn< for hr announced Wednesday by Jacob n fciami Beacn absorption of WB of t il — %  She., chairman of the Ore The purpo-e of th, North African Jemi Committee for State ->t bred will he the formulation of a pro• • ^^ Bpach a> ho Bonds gram to achieve the maximum in •_ ^ ^ ,„ r „ n r cr „ further Prominent Jewish communal Israel Development Bond sales n. ^^^ Tha| tht ( ; r ,..,„ r M.am. leaders from throughout the world the khoctaal posaibk Ul W[sh ^mumty BU become rec will take part in the conference. Mid "Confronted with its graves! a one t WBOM ^..^^^ %  ^^le^^imi^. depends on £,„ fcjMA^Jt* %  "Golden Aqers Install Officers \', Hialeah Center Slates Activities iii.ii.-ah Miami Sunns* Jewit === F "doy. %  e two jun;or h^,2 .the HUleah Ha** Hialeah Miami Spring* Jewish Bailir* s pr*^ tenter and In* (irra'ei MiamUlR to 15 y Mrs o( mmunity tenter hove MIchib. Lotv AUw^J* notinccrt the opening of a rerrealot ^ m *•! at the Hialrah Miomi Both (n. M J^ __ *. %  ^ n aroup, men < evening tion procram — —_ Sprmps building. 951 Ea*t 4th ave Hialeah ,rt *Ti Kramer, treasurer Ireleu .r-1 Sher^N. %  %  MUSKOI Dramatization Slates hl guidance Two Dates at Auditorium Gn gj < *ear on ;m H. Gaie. ev. rector of the Greater Jewish Community Centei guest speaker and .• at the installation of the G Age Friendship Club of UM Town h on Sunday B. Jan the Miami Beech m %  is %  Other officers COCONUT GROVE PLAYI JAN. 16 thru Hi 4 TALLULAH! BANKHEAB M "A **r#*4e>#ir Xam+d l* Phone HI 6-2674 or HI 6 5187 Mtin*tl Wed. t Sat. 2:30 a.m. '•"*at s-ijM nunea PSZE FLAY Co'a! Gables Theater Guild 320 PAtERWO AVENUE "Y0UCAH1 UKinmiH YOU 5 NITES Sun. • Mon. %  Tues. Wee. • TROTS. 5 fWTK The Center Playhouse A:! i 5' S3 %  JSaVATWNfc Pt-cn* %  &4073 13-54*0 Cantor David Kousseviisky Wii! Chant the Prayers at Conq-eaatnn Beth Tfilah =3: BKUB i\'. IOM HI Friday Jan. 20 5:15 P.M. Sat.. Jan. 21, 8:30 a.m. Adn.siiM $1 S3 MAARIV CONCERT at Congregction Beth Tfilah Sat., Jan. 21, 8:30 p.m. si 00 Adahniei TKKfTS MAY BE PtrtCHASED AT C0NG8EGATIOW OfTICE THIS SUNDAY THtOUGH THUISOAY Studio M Playhouse Bi*D ROAD AT PONCE COKAl CA1US Air Caau, A ItlGMT NEW COMEDY IT RONALD ALEXANtB URA\U PKIZE Di-recferf fcf COMC IIATMIEY | 0PEN.NG THURSDAY NCNT 1:00 ONtTAIN PIEASE IBB Pfcaat 13-ftOtl or NE 3 2J34 AH Seatt 1.5Q (T I tai aNBA uua ar aaiiTti miai Rmtnto the •rajtoal Mtrao*av A w aolealia lost la atoarfi Cosi Fan Tutte" 1 flfon.r Staoor trim Sjtlhm Opening Night, Tueseky, Jew. 17, Date Second Performance, Trim., Jan. 19, Mi ii^__ Confer K 0oii „„ ikl „ ^j^ ,. ||LU ^ HAP0EL HAMIZRACHI OF GREATER MIAMI BETH DAVID MEN'S CLUB PrW, rr*$efs ROBERT MERRILL Nofed Mttropolitan iorhont In Concert Sunday, Jan. 22 at 8 P.M. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION 2625 S. W. Third Ae„, Miomi TICKETS AVAIIABII $5 3.50 J. M for Reservations Coll 82-4795 Friedman* Mark Anniversary %  • ed until 1 M^ %  Miami Beach Z. Btach lomn '" B-nai BYi'th and ,he Appeal • htv • mechikli • great grandchildren ra Guild of Greater Miami. 80] • 1332 CortlcUa'i Ih. Recortl 1! Radio. M B Aiid. JK 1-0477 Hade d I Golf Instruction -e J wce n ?![ h the L!t^ -5 ssa ^^ %  % %  IVIRY SATUROAT | ,^ M "ir, n,, l -J SUa C0, *AT,0N SATURDAY JAMlUT ,~ 6,,f j^,,,. JACOt USCIONSRY / n v / f o f i • %  ... ORTHODOX JEWRY OF GREATER MIAN AND WINTER GUESTS re mttrnd MW Annual Banquet of Beth Israel Congregation Miami Beach i Di Lido Totel, Sue>ky, Jenmory 15, 1956 %  AMI DR. OSCAR Z. MSAAAN f Cbinfa, rrnidMt tl MM nafcraw Thoaaatk*' Claoa -" •• HK rNMTM (MM Hrf *W UK Mi •*** %  •ti fa proaaaf fa ta 'M4I *| ff ^r fa Mttsay* W tfWt Ortoodoa J*s tat Jurfer a' AMrkeii THIS Will ALSO BE AN OCCASION rOt TM HOU Of TRE >0 EXPRESS RT TNErR I EM II WE AT OW •"** WHOlENfARTEO IRWRINII TO TW RNAtS At CONSrSTfNT AAAtRJCAN ORTN0OOX JIIOARMI e*MM writ* far ra a anrotloa i •• KTH ISRAEL CONGREGATION HI WOT 40* STOUT, MIAMI REACH S2SOO wm %  **e ML OKA! T —1 of Cnkofa. NOMMM f. Ookrow TRiili|lre< Catf* %  41 ooftvor PA* Soraooo M RITN fSRAIl STNAOOeOf (ww 're"* Md MMi Saroot. Alioioi Aaa* oa SNAOOOS, JAMBMOT IMA *n-kt, ntu. liiaiaa at lO:** "* Urm — ••**•• ateaaoe of •* %  •• OrfAodoa Jena* of Afc**'



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+k***J* r ****L Noted Spiritual Leader, Author Be Speaker at Beth Israel V: and Mn Herbert Shapu ire*U a :: -School's Creation Was Prophetic, Director Says al'ts Di Philip 3 ,^V r.zzz:: biaodl %  T: ::c }ook oa Dade Monuments, Inc. S223 S.W. tfh STtOT %  4-M1I Ccteriag Exchrshrely to tht Jewish O im t tk %  ttmen I I TsTtflri art \ r Ml to lay ti %  I r I TV f "S* %  ." %  ; •SkSt Youth Program Due Wednesday B'r B: program ha? BgS V I •North Dade ORT Schedules Affairs A luncheon and card party was held at the h>m* :: Mn Harm 3241 North Bay rd V Beach, oa I aaasssfat! tbe North Dade chapter er i Amenta.OKI TV chapter J! i! hoM a' membership coffee Jan. IT at the i home of Mrs, Leoa Pipssrk. 1 K*>


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Pag# 8 P Roraok. Temlrich Vix R< rothecl; IK s \ \ VUorn JL, JHit-.^k Busy Calendar for North Shore Ladies Is Plan Top Student to Be" Bar Mitzvah • i Out-of.T ( To Honor Ge-raM Alaa gr nd Mri u Hifevah •Ian if Rah; \ ,-. the the • drn < Sheath %  *OOl K 'Iduvh. ln | s 'a'' at thf p tt Satui he Bir Mitzvak't mother • I uaefc. J,L ber{. Chicago: iHt j coulff4i M fa • Ti.tw, • Pi ; -rcceeds Scheduled id Sc^fs M C#fW leakrj l^rtu Jpeciol ifffro^Ktiyj This Kite* I SHAMPOO *a| $2.00 1451 OCLUW PIMM XMSSJ undine's fW SUNSHINE FASHIONS' mxm MIAMI IIACM FT. U WOT Nil S r ww W] o f* Heard 'M Mtei %  %  tew ur M evMe 315 $ W. 12* A,*. uo AUfW. ^CkMhwl, A-l Employment Service *> *i5* S. *D COAST TMUTIKAL AGGrH 1IL?* *** f —* f r #teir %  W*l *. V£ ,i£ S t£B ^^ itrryGrort RONSV P^AJ* M0TfL • PAITT Morris *i %  *"• ttewr ftMMUS ItOS. • %  I I•io111 *•* %  $4*T -' sg." •*** MJ WASMMTOd AVtKM CATEMNGHtt *• PAtTT Tftf UKt OCCASIONS Men ToesMUi H *• ru # < ^iff trr* M v: MORRIS BROS. SAM H* Tailor %  % % %  "•" %  •-J • t i < ^MUt • %  I te i Strictly Kosher %  WTTAW1 h 1WM Focilrfws fctl



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ry 13. 1956 +k**i*ith4kHr>, Page 9B :hed British Jurist in Miami on Lecture Tour lennques, eminent arrived in Miami renine as part of a throughout the naLyear-nld jurist, who knighted by Queen landed at Miami 158 p.m. Willed to be principal %  services of Temple K evening, where he K from the pulpit: %  Judaism in England %  HB short sto .lover at He hotel. Sir Basil re%  Xdvember after 18 %  ainn.ni of the Fast ftnilr Court. A mempistinguished Anglo\\ he served his apat the Oxford and Minion. father was for 44 [committee of a large mage in South Lon|F mother was a deIhe renowned philanMoses Montefiore. Beefl founded the |Bl George's Club inr at Stepney, and the |rar. he founded a This was placed unSir Basil Menrlqves dpr the management of Miss Ruse Loewe. who today is Lady Her. riques. Together, the noted couple built up what is now the famous Bernhard Baron Settlement During WorJd War I. Sir Bas,| Btrved With distinction first in the Kast Kent Regiment and later in the Tank Corps, commanding what must have been the first tank to open lire on the nemy. Sir Basil was educated at Harrow, spending a year in Trance before going on to'Univ. CoHoge. Oxford An adherent of Liberal Judaism, he became secretary of the Oxford Synagogue while still an undergraduate He was appointed Justice of the Peace in 11)24, and the same year became Magistrate in the Kast London Juvenile Court. He began his service achairman of the court in 1937 Sir Basil j N vice chateau of the National \MKiation of Roys' Clubs, vice president of the World Union for I'royn-sivc Judaism and president of the British Diabetic A* sociation. An expert on juvenile delinquency, he is the author of several books on the subject, including "The Home-Menders."• published last July Hi~ lecture tour in the United States will include "talks on "The Broken Home." "The Work of a British Magistrate." "Treatment of the Juvenile Delinquent." "The Prevention of Delinquency.' "Rehabilitation of the Delinquent,' and "The Training of the Future Parent." rVHOROWIIZMATZOH MEAL hue...white... jest riaktl Ideal for "breading" chops. cutlets, croquettes. MAOE FROM GrandJoraH recipes. "TNE MA TZ OH WITH THE T A S TJ* Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th ST., MIAMI 37, FIA. PHONE FR 3-6166 iy on Church-State Problems in Appearances Here l %  "I the nation's Unities on issues o| iri ltin; the Ii area early in Janpies of addressee *• • %  ** Only • 1— k ^ l m t,„ B e*tio. >0-IT.YOURSELF CRAFT SHOP M „. ""'S'Slors Isr H..rtl< SallM "•w. 27th AVL PARK IN H0IBYLAN0 LOT — oe SUNDAYS — SfffWCC TO YOU OUR SATISFACTION Phone 9 8131 H. Oppenheimer OPPEY'S AUTO REPAIRS 6ENERAL REPAIRS All Mokes of Cart Mere it ii — Milkbo,! Not juil Cruytr*. but Ifco •ory fint thero is, Ireth mode in Switzerland and imported by Bordcn to ptoa** iHo Viddithvn loom. Koop Milkboy Srond handy — to dalkiout. nournhing and ooty to torvo with towpt. taladi. in tandwichot, und tor botwoennwal tnockt. And. of court*, a trrific troat tor ice-box aoniffs. Cot Milkboy at, your grocer i today I DISTRIBl'TFD BY THE BORDEN CHEESE COMPARTHOME Of THE FAMOUS • Just 3 minutes from fsJew York City's Orand Central Terminal and con) veniently near to the Fifth Avenue •hopping district, the Lexington is centrally located. Its 801 outside, rooms are all equipped with combination tub and shower both. Circulating ice water, full-length mirror, 4-station radio. Television. "New VOT* FnenoVy Hofef Near the United Nations 1EXJNGT0N ML AT to ST, N.Y.C U



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13. 1956 Page 11 A pii War Veterans Posts national JWV last iostng a program of lining in the public orida. i of the Greater Miami from Tampa unani|d a resolution scoring training course for Iken next summer the State Superin blic Schools. a Quarterly Council n of the State Departgrida. the nine JWV led its opposition to any form, sectarian, Rap Religious Instruction in Public Schools or otherwise, for reason that such Church and State" training is contrary to the Consti. --„.„, ^ tution of the United States and uL2SB22 1" 4" followj riPtrim#m.l m.„.i ZTx JT ?. ,,,s,v Norman Bruce Brown. West detrimental to internal welfare of Miami. Miami Beach, Coral Gables^ the people of this State. -,. r"j Hialeah-aBaau Springs, North The meeting was be\4 at the I Shore North Miami Beach. Holly wood and Tampa. Lindsay de Garmo Post, American Legion, in Coconut Grove, with delegates from the nine Posts representing some 1,000 Jewish War Veterans throughout Florida. The resolution indicated that "public school teachers have no special qualifications along these Principal spokesaten for the resolution included ("apt Lester C. Soldz. Victor B Friedman, Hy Morris, past department commanders; WiHard Bender, past department commander and present national executive eommitteeman; important lines" (religious in-!* nd Louis Phillips, past national struct ion) and affirmed the fact executive commitlee::ian that "this government has always Robert J. Fishkind. present desanctioned a separation between I partment commander, presided. Attention Large or small offices in light manufacturing center, modern building. $25 $50 month. 1410 20th St., Miami Booth Ph. JE 1-5765 M0 6-4316 BERTE LONG Contralto TEACHER and SINGER 919 N.W. 23rd Court •kene NEwten 5-11 Star Will Headline Golf Tourney at Westriew Club noted entertainer (d TV quiz master, will program of the sec U'JA Westview dinner event will preface the Uournament to be held [>. Jan. 19. featuring [tup tars in professionlarecently returned H l-i;ie! with his wife. Halter. put with confining his entertainment Bald, gded the literary scene lutobiograffthjr, "From bhes." The success of made the Damon norial Fund richer by Be ro v a 11 i e I which |red turned over to the fcarch organization. He initial literary venture I, The Curtain Never Adams has appeared at the C'opacabana, the Latin Quarter, the Beachcomber in Miami. Slapsic Maxic's in Hollywood, before the culminating experience of seeing his name in lights on Broadway at New York's Capitol Theatre. Adams has appeared on speaking tours throughout the United States in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal, the major fund raiaiaj instrument which directs immigration, .settlement and welfare pro grams, aiding refugees and distrasaad, Jean bj Israel, Moslem lands, Europe and this country. The dinner affair and the gulf tournament are joint functions sponsored by the Combined Jewish Appeal in cooperation with the members of Westview Country Club. John Scrbin is chairman <>. the pro-am golf tournament. cjfl mmuM IE ran AM around the CJA-Waatviaw gold trophy are members :ond Annual Golf Tournament Committee shown at ig Meeting at Westview Country Club. With chairSerbin (second from left) are Isidore Hecht. Jr.. sfcourt and Aaron M. Kanner. The tournament will >n Thursday. Jan. 19. at Westview with the nation's participating. Closing-date ior entries is Ian. 11, announced. la Examines for Future Sources .ok for atomic energy power Florida's future plants came under |ny at a series of conponsored by Florida tight Company held in 'ntly. the conferences, Melt". 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R,ary 13, 1956 ts Changes [arran Law; Inadequacies ltd from Paea A ^ort H. Lehman, who Bcnatr fitfht for liberal I ;i l 10 n said president Eisenhower's Vions to Congress for reform and for imin the Refugee Relief jmising. but do not get n of the matter—the Jonal origins quota sysF.manuel Celler of the Mary Committee said resident's recoramendafetate of the Union mesfcanges in immigration keen disappointwill accept them," Mr. %  but this is contrary [expectations. We had |MMI a worthwhile proAdministration. This It strikes me that the poors and gives us a is E. Walter, chair\c House Immigration lev and co-author of the il McCarran-Walter ImVct. spoke out against \\Atn make a Roman [this election year" out to amend the immi+Jewish norktem ?aqm 3 A Russians Say Israel Must Pay Damages Hapoel Hamizrachi Continued from Page 1 A of keeping alive the Syrian demand of two weeks ago for economic sanctions against Israel following Israel's Dec. 11 militarv action near Lake Tiberias, as well as of Syria's suggestion that the Jewish State be tossed out of the United Nations. These sources also feel that the latest Russian bid for Arab friendship has set a new stage for the resumption of the cold war and a final pronouncement on the part of Moscow that the "Geneva spirit" is totally doomed. Jewish Educators Create Council rman OH on jTour of North fcinu Lchrman, spiritual flYmple Emanu-EI. left lor Baltimore to address Jnivcrsary celebration of >n Chizuk Amuno. me of the oldest con [congregations in the ivmg been founded in i3 charter members and more than 1,800 famillaltimore area. North, Rabbi Lern\ hedulcd to address a rally in Great Neck, ehalf of the Jewish Seminary of America. Workmen's Circle To Honor Ckanin Workmen's Circle Branches 692, 699 and 1050, their Women's clubs, boards of local afternoon Peretz schools and Ben C.urion Branch of Farband will jointly honor Nachum Chanin Sunday evening, Jan. IS, at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington ave. Chanin appeared on the scene of the Jewish labor movement some 55 years ago. Today, he is national secretary of the Workmen's Circle, numbering upward of 70.000 members. One of the first labor leaders openly to voice anti-Communist policy, he has been in the forefront for some 35 years of a strongly democratic Jewish labor movement in America. On the Jewish education scene, he helped found the Central Origanization for Jewish,Culture and the monthly ptfolieefioft. "Zukunft." He is a wfufcitin to the bi weekly "Vecker" and The Jewish Daily Forward. Creation of a Council of Jewish Educators of Greater Miami was announced by Mrs. Matilda H. Rat,ner. president of the Bureau of [Jewish Education, Wednesday. The Council will include educational directors and principals of Jewish schools of Greater Miami who qualify under the by-laws to be set up by the Council. Objectives of the Council are to stimulate the growth and development of Jewish education in Greater Miami by bringing together the professional directors of the Jewish schools with the professionals of the Bureau of Jewish Education in gaining interaction of the varying viewpoints of the professional educators of the area. Officers of the organization were IDI/M NOTICE pal news copy for pobThs Jewish Floridian our offices at 120 NE %  ami, by Tuesday noon. [ &f heir publication, phobhould be on our desks p at 5 p.m. Spiritual ho wish thtir services he Religious .Directory r ntinoe to have their i our offices early Menreaching The Jewish after these deadlines aside for publication [ring week, providing it sworthy. Tourist House Sets February, March For Opening Date Construction of Tourist House in Tel Aviv is proceeding rapidly and will be ready for occupation in February or March, it was revealed Wednesday. Since Tourist House is situated in the most popular hotel district of Tel Aviv and is only half a block away from the famous Dan hotel, it has already gained the admiration of many Americans visiting Israel. Tourist House features luxurious apartments offering all the comforts of a hotel without having to incur large hotel expenses and, at the same 1 time, being able to mainjtain the feeling of a private home. Harry J. Sonz. well known realtor of 1534 Washington ave Mia;rui Beach, is sole representative in 'Florida for the Tourist House. elected on a seniority basis for a term of one year and will rotate the office of presidency on that basis. Charter officers elected are Sydney J. Greenberg, educational director of Beth Sholom. president; Louis Schwartzman and Herbert Berger, professional directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education, vice presidents; Saul -Rabin, educational director of Temple Emanu-EI, secretary; and Jack Bornstein, educational director of Temple Israel, treasurer. Council meets at the Bureau of Jewish Education offiee biweekly. Elects Hew Officers Reelected president this week of the Greater Miami branch of the Hapoel Hamizrachi. religious Zionist group, was Rabbi Moshe Horovitz. His slate of officers includes Zvi Berger, vice president in charge of programming: Rev. Jacob Katz. vice president for ways and means; Leah Horovitz, recording secretary; Mrs. Leo Gluckstadt, corresponding secretary; and Sam Schachno, treasurer. As part of their fund raising for Hapoel Hamizrachi projects in Lsrael, the group is sponsoring the appearance of Cantor David Koussevitsky, who will conduct Friday eve. Sabbath and Sabbath night services at Beth Tfilah Congregation on Jan. 20 and 21. vOGUST BROS Ry r ls t hi DtSJ K. ITMI'KHVIK SKZi NEVER .... BUT NEVER A PARKING PROBLEM AT ympenAk's w 67th & rllin Avi'.. Miami Beach THE SOUTHS FINEST BAKE SHOP AND DELICATESSEN I! • HERBERT K. 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Crum >rt Here bruin, prominent auJ;inrt world traveller, L dinner meeting of Tjcwish Appeal Ho|n Tuesday evening, Jir home of Morris p7 Pint'tree dr., Mi lirman David LevlnIHiers hotel, has an( rum will make a ianco at the dinner on his recent visit the Middle Bait, at first-hand the fi-ifacing the new id ..f Ihc late FrankIt and former Pn-si (and an outstanding lilt nor, he cstablishIhich has earned him proughotll the count of liberal thought "One World" nted nnmial\\ arid Foundation" follower! of the late I vai presented to I ition of his outi lilKTalism y< (I wide acclaim as i of the internafering which so long ili-hmcnt of an Jewish co mm onBartley C. Crum rtt Completes igon Course bhwartz of this city. from New York. apletrd a course of ring her for the pofcome Wagon hostess holds in this comt* resides at 1530 *! is one-f Welcome than 5,000, hostesses li. ovef* a million on families in the Hawaii and in the %  in. i. i.i. embracing mu citiat on behalf of Welmore than approxi^ponsors are made .mt tamily occasions <>i .i baby, sixteenth meat and when into a community as Snite Joins Local Duo to Co-Chair NCCJ Affair Fred B. Snite. prominent financier and civic leader in' Chi and Greater Miami for many years, has been named co-chairman of the World Brotherhood Pinner of the Americas to be herd at the Fontainebleau hotel on Monday night, Feb. 20. Snite serves as chairman of the annual St. Francis Hospital Charity Ball and has been active in his support of many other worthwhile community projects Dr. Edward R. Annis is dinner chairman. Snite joins with Sam Blank and Dr. Jay J\ W. Pearson, the other co-chairmen of the dinner. Other prominent state leaders outside of Greater Miami serving as co-chairmen of the dinner are Al B. Block, of Tallahassee; Dr. C. Lee Eggert, of Gainesville;, and Honorable James T. Vocelle, of Vero Beach. Academy PTA in Unusual Program Tuesday Evening PTA of the Hebrew Academy will hold its next meeting Tuesda) evening. Jan. 17. at the Academy auditorium. Mrs. Miriam Pell Sollkofl, president of the WA, annouaced Wednesday. Toe evening's program will include a class-by-class report of the results of the reading achievement tests recently administered to all Academy students by the University of Miami reading clinic. Report will be given by Edwin EL Smith, consultant at the reading clinic of the' university, who mperi the administration of the test. Also fta 4 .uroil will be a difCtM sion of .speech problems and impediments affecting students on the elementary level, by I)r H< tty Phillips, well known speech therapist. who was associated with Dade county for man) years, IIT topic will be How You can Develop Good Speech Habits in Your Child." According to Mrs. M. H. Rosen house, program chairman, Sam Hiraeh, noted dramatist and producer, will present the dramatization of several Jewish literary masterpieces. He will be accompanied by Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag. musical director of the Hebrew Academy. Page 13 A Dinner-Dance Will Install 100 Club Officers on Beach Dinner-dance will install new officers and directors of the 100 Club of Dade County on Jan. 21 at the Algiers hotel. The program committee outlined the dinner program at the club's meeting Wednesday. New officers elected are Al Sherman, president; Lew Braverman and Sam Jackowitz. vice presidents; N. Peter Brooks, treasurer; and Helen Alpert, executive secretary. an Israel Model Housing Ltd. announces Harry J. Sonz, Realtor IS APPOINTED EXCLUSIVE AGENT \uirv and own a luxurious tartment in the modern ||>erative Apartment Hotel OURIST HOUSE" [being bnilt in the renter of TEsL-AVIV rst of its kind in Israel, for occupancy February/March 1956. srmanent stay, vacations or business trips, "y designed to make life oaske for new to Israel. rUU DETAILS MTAINAIIE FtOJ* HARRY J. SONZ WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phono JEfferson 8-6623 Memorial Service For Dr. Lipkind Memorial for the late Dr. Max Lipkind will be sponsored by the Jewish National Fund Council here on Jan. 18 at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, will deliver the eulogy. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. of Beth Sholom, will render the liturgic memorial service. Meeting will be conducted by Daniel M. Broad, president of Miami's JNF Council, with additional eulogies delivered by Leon J. Ell. member of the JNF national advisory board, and Jacob Fishman. Council vice president. Dr. Lipkind. who died some six weeks ago, had been a Miami resident for 15 years, coming from New York City. A retired physician, he was a noted Hebraic scholar and active Zionist. He was the author of many articles on medicine. Jewish history and Zionism in English, Yiddish and Hebrew. Some of his papers on medical subjects were publish. ed in Israel. Top Volunteers Feted Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami this week heard reports on the results of the JNF annual dinner Dec. 4 and Tag Day drive Dec. 17 and 18. Among women volunteers gathering top sums were Mrs. Louis Marcus, Pioneer Women Club 2, and Mrs. Reuben Zorehkey, Golda Myerson Club. *poumn ^nmpv **i Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky •45 MICHIGAN AVJNUE, MIAMI ilACH fUm H I 3**5 GOtOONROOFTNG AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. mi AVL *. 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Page 8 A +A*isl>lk r *S*ZL Friday. ^nlsteToflaborViev^^ Mrs. Golda Myerson, brae] Mmister erf Labor, addressed Combined Jewish Appeal Pacesetters al the home of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Friedland last week and warned that attack on brae] may come %  i rv soon." Gifts chairman, in outlinini pl tM for the kickoff dinner on Jan 29. attending the event wen Vnsin, Ham Sam Bl !" Shepard Broad .lack Carnei seph Cohen. Leon EH Jacob Unless her defenses are strengthMllir:a ,; Furman, Dr. t ened war may strike within (our | Gerbcr r, r y W r five months, Bhe declared dore H ccht. Sam J Heiman, How ard Kane. Aaron M Kar.r.cr. Jaj Giving the key CJA camp.. •natic account of the ominous threats to Israel survival, Mrs Myerson reminded them that bbeen willing ever 1948 to : W1,n a> neighbors ]n 1996, Mrs Myers niies it! n endurin and, at same time seeks to bring AlKjslak William Kline. Abe Kur. num. Sidney Lefcourt, I Lehrman. Dave Levinson, Marcie Luby, Max l H Rest '" %  Ruskin, John S I 100 Jews out Of Morocco, rugiers and Tunisia where their very er. H are threatened ios. 1 -ana "Isri must remain wide Joseph \\, %  open to this new wave of lmmu the pointed out. "Otherwise %  — these unfortunate, imperilled Jews face entrapment behind the Moslem Iron Curtain — and possible d:re circumstanceAll cannot be accommodated now. the Labor Minister stated. UBl the current UJA emergency (I of $25 million — and more — is raised quickly in this coning drive Miami's share of the >?e cial oat nal fund is 075.000 — a turn undertaken by the hx in addition to their rr.. Oi SI.350.000. Samuel N Friedland chairman of the boar I : Food Fair >' -rein whose h launcl 1 CJA plans for the past three rears •• l • i Cuia Myersa* Tallulah Bankhead Due at Playhouse In Williams Stint Internationally renowned actress Tallulah Bankhead. who has scored .,(>, on '•\*w and acreen. will star in Tennessee Williams' Hear Named Desire" at the nut Grove Playhouse begin nin Monday. Jan 16. -] h. production i^ scheduled to run through Feb. 4. The recently opened Grove PlayhouM is the culmination of a Ions i dream of professional theater in Miami. le'a fabulous refurbish ,„g • Playhouse has brought comment from throughout the nation opening night, featuring Bert Ijhr and Tom Ewell in "Waiting for Godot," attracted hundreds of ditea and legitimate theater devotees hen. try among other? picture ,tar j,. nut U ,iter wr 'ght Tenm^ "Streetcar" V ty | duction at the So far as ^ Drove IMayhwaTIJ 1 ater in the 1'iuW Ha own resUur^ ture attraction | W( Is Henry King a&41 Host iAnthony the Charcoal Pit hifiJ as well aof m 7 spots m New Yorki 'January h "January Jj^ by the l'arentTe„ of Temple Emanii-fl on Jan 14 n n* 1 Mrs. Milton Feller, aeJ Yune 3 are in i tkmv f—i Gordon and Pont Caterers Offer Top In Kosher Dining %  er> .rs : at :\ I • r : : %  %  The argu ah recer.:;. rters KW 5th s %  i er. Irvin of I 3uiit an fit en rj %  %  -for all bors d'oeuvres t let. A iporialtj of Gordi are decv red to the or made ready to be picked up and taken out at the firms new headquarters when you do your banking here 7.. Right-off... you know your Moray L in the bonds of one of ft* strong*** bonks in the Notion. And, in line with sound bonking pofc&M, our focflitiej end services ore modern in every detod and our oatiri organization is geared to render you o sincere and personal service. Whatever your bonking requirements may bo, *e welcome your account whether it bo lorgo or *ncll. and believe that... After : your first transaction bank xou too. MBJIJ enjoy at this 52 ^UGLST BROS fty, Hiqherlevel llV'-W.kM mated t x f At Miami -*i Wo, w. J?'" duPon < Bu,ldin g Geowe kit* 1



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juaiy 13, 1956 +JmUiint>r*Mbn & Letters to the Editor Editor, The Jewish Ploridian: In your Jan. 6 issue, Rabbi Ever, m-' r$. Nor man 1. Run Brotherhood of Temple iholom Ladies rot her hood will be the he next open meeting of of Temple Beth Sholom sday afternoon, Jan. 18. mple banquet hall, aci an announcement by Ig H Kaplan, president. E I>e(iate. chairman of [of the National Conferhristiana and Jews, will he recent World Brotherprence in Brussels. Dr. lunningham, Florida reactor of the NCCJ. will • work of his organiza|e current scene. man J. Russ is chairman iomy Series fed on Beach an Lorber, retired New ician and surgeon, has %  t chair in astronomy at ta Outdoor Forum, 11th can ct., Miami Beach. tures by well known ftv.ii be given Thursday during Jan., Feb. and telescope will be placed noza Outdoor Forum to (1 study the skies. ftir-r in astronomy has lished by Dr. Lorber in 1 his friend, the late Lee. ardent Zionist and er. whose main interest omy and who died here ths ago. For 15 years, d on astronomy at the rum. lecture this week was Dr. Abraham Wolfson. d director of the Forum, sed 'The Earth Among W. R Peters, of the ross Astronomical Soitrated the use of the 5pearing were George R. na!ly known manufaclescopes, and James J. id Art Smith, of the ?ross Astronomical So%  pfer Slates Party Friedson, luncheon ^f the Miami chapter of 1 Children's Cardiac Wednesday revealed that ii/ation's January card fbalf of the hospital will tsday. Jan. 17. at Melvin MAccording to Mrs. |roner, memberi whose >ll in January will be the luncheon affair. >NG-D|STANC1 VERS ILV PICK-UPS "•* Jer.ey, PMIs%  •Itiaiefs. WukhtfltM. Prevldeste all It*. U JE 8-8353 *N LOAD RATES *WMAN* SONS [COLLINS AVI i director 1 of his own Vaad, took it upon himself to withdraw his supervision without stating the reason. We, as owners of Michel's strictly kosher restaurant, feel that your readers should be informed and know the facts. Our conflict with Rabbi Ever and his Vaad is one of Mashgichim. Michel's kosher restaurant has a permanent Ma.shgiach on its premises, meticulously supervising Kashruth. since our opening here. But Rabbi Ever has insisted on an additional Mashgiach of his choice and attached to his Vaad. It is for this reason alone — not relating at all to Kashruth — that Rabbi Ever decided on his course of action. The rabbi's action, no doubt, is due to a very bad condition prevailing on the Beach. There are three or four different Vaadim, each run by a different rabbi, and one not recognizing the authority of the other. We at Michel's kosher restaurant do not want to be caught in this conflict. We feel that this shameful situation should be remedied immediately and not have (God forbid) the kosher restaurant owners so confused as to nullify all authority. We feel that all rabbis of this area must belong to and support one centralized Vaad authority and one Kashruth standard applicable to all without exception. In the meantime, until this centralized Vaad is brought into being, we want the public to know that our difference with Rabbi Ever is not due to Kashruth — which he, himself, will admit — but to the above mentioned division of authority. We. at Michel's kosher restau. rant, assure the public that the highest standard of Kashruth and the finest quality of food which made us renowned in so short a time as one of the finest kosher establishments, will be observed and served at all times. We invite all interested parties, the public and all rabbis local and national, to visit Michel's kosher restaurant and inspect our kitchen at any time. Besides being under kosher city inspection, we have a full-time permanent Mashgiach — as we stated — on the premises and are hopefully looking -forward to that centralized and unified Vaad under the authority of all rabbis combined. "Michel" Kramer "Barney" Biller Michel's kosher restaurant 940 71st St.. Miami Beach Page 5 A Spotlight Showing to Prevue Bar Kochba at Lear School January 23 Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-EI, will introduce the "spolight showing" of the coming music drama "Bar Kochba" at a special prevue Monday evening. Jan. 23. in the Lear School. 1010 West ave. Full performances of "Bar Kochba" are due in February at the Miami Beach and Dade County auditoriums. Bar Kochba was a Jewish warrior hero at the time of the Roman Empire. An early script about him toured this country and Europe by actor Avrohom Goldfaden, who added Jewish choral music and folktunes. Rabbi Lehrman will review Bar Kochba's heroism. The new script has been translated and revised by Biblical bestseller Nathaniel Norsen Weinreb for premiere showings in Greater Miami. Weinreb wrote "Esther" and "The Babylonians," now being filmed. Starring in "Bar Kochba" are Stan Porter. Alan Keys and Gloria Aliani, with Vernon Kin^ Ruth Sutherlin, Bob Lyons, Jay Rayvid, Douglas Burkham, Chaim Rose and Andy Solomon. Sam Hirsch is director. Music director and conductor is Ben Yomen. who is producing the show with the Miami Beach Community Singers. Ben Yano is stage designer. Accompanists are Margaret Yomen, piano, and Hy Fried. organ. The "spotlight showing" on Jan. 23 has been arranged for the Greater Miami Ministerial Association, the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, the Lutheran Synod. Yon Are Weteome to PM.AY VOLFU Tfce Finest Conditioned GoH Course in Miami Miami Country Club 1345 N.W. 11th STtfET Gr—m Fees: 2.00 WIEK0AYS 3.00 SATURDAY • SUNDAY U0YD WADKINS, Professional i HAROLD PONT AND IRVIN GORDON announce the formation of GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS 170 N.W. 5th STREET, MIAMI PH. 9-7996 and prondiy announce the formal opening ot their new hitehen and catering headqnartera Built and Designed Especially for the Preparation off Kosher Foods to Fit Year Every Need UNDER THE STRICTEST SUPERVISION OF THE CENTRAL MIAMI KASHRUTH COMMISSION The Central Miami Kashruth Commission wishss to stats publicly that it sndorsss only ths catering establishment known as PONT and GORDON and In no way is this to bs construed as an endorsement ol any other plant operated by these men. 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1956 Page 5B Story B*ofck m d Comes to Treasure Island School Book shower for the library of the New Treasure Hand Klementary School will be given by the PTA on Tuesday evening, Jan. 17, in the school cafetorium. A Musical pageant, entitled 'Story BookUnd," Will be presented by the ihildren. The program ibWtl] din eted by MM Harriet Botwinik, sixth grade teacher, and Mrs. Enunuel Sponder, music teacher. Other faculty members are assisting. }f< to right) are Mrs. Benjamin B. president of the Branch; Mrs. v'ernick. current president; Miss jdman, Torah Fund chairman; CEREMONY FEATURED Mrs. H. Herbert Rossman. associate national Torah Fund chairman; Mrs. Irving Lehrman, founder president; and Mrs. Louis Cohen, araa Torah Fund chairmen. Quiz Program Slated Skit and quiz called the "64.000 Shekel," will h (hllghl the vocai education i the I R. Goodman group fa at the San Marino hotel on Jan. 19. OUT Chapter to Meet Next regular meeting of the Miami Beach Afternoon cnapter of Women's American ORT will be held Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the Royal York hotel. DININO ROOM ELEGANT DINING in the Continental Manner personally supervised by Rene Black BEtA BIZONY end Ht CoitMuenfa/ tmtmble pent Culminates Branch Affair hoodf here of the Southeast Branch of the Name, United Synagogue of America, were among l at the Torah Fund Mathilde Schechter Day event in the lulminated the branch conference held in this area, as I n were honored with a Tree of Life ceremony. was also given to Chai sponsors and Mrs. Frances Rubin, crbert Rossman, national vice president and associate iurman, was guest speaker. Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, presjiutheast Branch, introduced Mrs. Rossman. included a ••balladrama" by Cantor Edward Klein, of tui li Center. Mrs. Louis Cohen was chairman of the day. Mi GoodmH acting as co-chairman. •.(ihoods include Beth David, North Shore Jewish e (enter. Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center. Temple iple Zion. Zamora Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom Inai of Hollywood. ID 1 I he event were for the Jewish Theological Seminary CORONET 626 LINCOLN ROAD JIN'ING two reputable names to make one ;tore, with an entirely new 3tock of he-mmute HANDBAGS and JEWELRY. This our only location. FEATURING NOW |DMADE CERAMIC EARRINGS at 1.00 PR. nous New Colors, including White, Pink, |e, Blue. Navy, Red. Yellow, Orchid—each with a touch of gold decoration. OPEN EVENINGS Pioneer Women In Varied Activity Coni Gables chapter of Pioneer Women is planning a novel musical card party at the Coral Gables Jewish (enter on Saturday evening. Jan. 21. A medley of Jerome Kern songs will be sung by Mrs. George Meyers and Jerome Taft. Piano accompaniment will be by Ethel Day Browne. Serving on the arrangement comi mittee with Mrs. Sonia Plotkin. I Moetzct Hapoalot chairman, are Ann Heidenrich, Mrs. Joe Soybel and Mrs. Samuel Cook. Proceeds will aid in the program of Moetzct Hapoalot, Israel's coun! terpart of the American Pioneer Women. • • The Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women will gather for a monthly luncheon meeting Tuesday noon, Jan. 17. Mrs. Eva Kahn will be hostess at her home. 2101 SW 16th ave. • • • Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Vilensky are giving an Oneg Shabbat at their home. 1004 Pennsylvania ave.. on Saturday, Jan. 14, for members of Club 1. • Mrs. Gertrude Zollinger is chairman of a card party sponsored by Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women to be held Tuesday evening, Jan. 17, at the home of Anna Klein>an. 3310 SW 4th -t. 5 KNIGHI Twe Smss FLAVOR! 'it takes Alpine pastures and Swiss rbrf r mating skill to produce the nut-i*ect. distinctive flavor of Swiss Knight processGruyereCheese. Delicious with crackers and fruit. • Costs sUgbtly more than domestic cheese-and you taste the difference! Swiss KNIGHT !" h originai Switzerland Swiss PROCESS GRUYERE CHEESE %  fl Beth David Ladies Will Mark Jewish Music Month Here With the theme. "A People Who Live—Sing; A People Who SingLive." Beth David Sisterhood will highlight Jewish Music Month at its next meeting. Jewish life through dance and song will be vividly portrayed as Cantor William W. Lipson will chant various selections illustrating liturgical and Jewish folk music. Participating with Cantor Lipson will be the Mesdames Phil Abrams and Harold Berney. An unusual art exhibit in conjunction with Jewish Music Month will be set up by Mrs. David Parses. On display will be paintings by outstanding Jewish artists. The affair is scheduled Wednesday noon. Jan 18, in Beth David auditorium. 'A Night ai Spmm' Members of the Nautilus Elementary School PTA will meet Monday evening, Jan. 16, to participate in a program around the theme, "A Night of Spain." Featured will be the art and music of that country. Nothing like it ever befere! 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ey... n J Celebrating their golden wedding anniversary, Mr. end Mrs. Harry OrttHMn entertained at dinner some ten days ago in the Sterling hotel. Harry's a retired clothing manufacturer from Chicago. Miami Beach has been the Grossman home for the past seven years. In all, nine bubbling grandchildren were guests levent. Mr. and Mrs. Ban Millar arrived here from >< %  with her parents. Ditto for Mr. and Mrs. Marvin came from Highland Park, 111., to help Marv's folks ken wedding celebration. ssman children adding to the joy of the jolly occaCarl Fidlers, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney (Forest, III. >rs here during the recent holidays were the Abe it icy Gotham Town for a brief stay at the Roncy ^rs are the parents of Mrs. Charles Jacobs. Mrs. Joseph Fried were guests at the Hollywood List week, coming from New York City, where Joa's Is mogul. tere include the Reuben Horowitzes and Mrs. Leon c Friedi entertained at their home in Atlantic Beach (aye visited there last summer. >>>€<<< [Point's Harry L. Hoffmans were host to Carol Rubin [heir lovely home. -i uilent at Beaver College in Philadelphia. She's the lr. and Mrs. Jack Rubin, Brooklyn, N.Y. ^uinl Town: The Joe Cohens, euests at a dinner in the Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Heniz Nathanson, of New at the Fontainebleau. Cassels—she's noted composer Mane-Zucca—are hack i Gotham Town after their annual stay and musicca't reporting to friends on her New York December fiolinist Joan Field, whom she accompanied. me Rose Broudy will have as house guest for the lighter, Mrs. Maxwell Dauer, who's here from Wash%  si.nRoger and Edward. Col. Dauer, U.S. Army Medical Service Corps, is off lunment as executive officer of a general lab in the (iiiiiand. that the Dauers plan retirement later on Miami Beach. re's i story: Parakeets are popular but don't generally ("liis one is different. His name is Poopily, and he home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lieberman, 1537 Merrecent guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barkin and s.ii IP. of Toronto. Not to be outdone were the Jack >l Toronto, with daughters Mariam and Sharen. spily entertained them all. Jhat the two Barkin |cousins of the Michael Liebermans is purely coinci>>>>cc< Seltzart, of SW 21st rd.. were hosts at recent New I in their home. But the evening turned out to be hi fzer is chairman of a Council of Pioneer Women's proud MI is Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer for one of Miami's Pioneer Mai at the New Year celebration. luo teamed up with still another guest. Mrs. Shirley Ike the evening a fund raising affair and profitable of Israel. from Yonkers, N.Y., are at the Esplanade dr. home fcingi of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cohen and her motfcer, Clein. [the Maurice S. Degensteine and daughter Gay. Morfr justice of the peace in Yonkers. Mrs. Dagenstein is daughter. were the keynote of a Naomi group of Hadassah the Algiers hotel Monday. I of the event, which featured smart apparel and H' Mrs. E. S. Seitlin and Mrs. Murray Levin. >>>>>


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13, 19S6_ 7A [cores Communist Party Boss far Attack an Israel finued from Pa# 1 A iron for Israel means an arms rare L( (here is no moral basis tor :.uch llto reported briefly on his converBat I -'.ireign Minister V. f/l. Molotov id that Mr. Molotov's replies to his Lraoctt that arms would not toe. fun| ,ies had "not satisfirJ" him. Ihiced <>n the record th.American (or ItfMl'l cause tad it> "lively Zl flL Df ,. our P r b,ems Relating his impression* of the attitude of the public and governmental leaders obtained during his recent visit to the United tare of the Mttlenent." Mr: Soar ett did atfnttt t he necessity for concessions, but insisted they must be mutual He said that in Washington there Scout Troopers Get Eagle Awards crn Negev and that "we stated unambiguous" thai there could ba no question of. Israel renouncing any part of its territory and Two Miami youths have been named Eagle Scouts, thus earning one of the highest honors bestowed upon its members by; the Boy Seouls of America They arc Bruce Rappaport. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol RappaD>rt. 6091 SW 11th st. and He: Markovitz. son of Mr. and Mr-. | went on. 'we mu,t intensify our the Kilath question, he said, it is „.,.,,,, M arkovitz. 637 SW 12th st. opposition to the arming of the ''kely Israel will be asked to maki Atab countries which, in blind 'other territorial concessions. "We hostility. refuse to make pence." are determined to reject *hrm all." 'He voiced "warnl [alnat iurhe concluded ther arming of tfac Arabs and I'rimc Minister David Ben Go* against attempting to force Jordan r|,,n declared that the Czech -Egyp| into the Baghdad Fact and .de-i 1 3 arms deal had transformed States, he said there was no reason to (ear American had been discussion of the *outhpressure on Israel to give up the port of Kilath, at the head of the Gulf of AM>a, but there might be continued pressure for other territorial concessions Kii, X f IW"* *"* r WW lj lho.UJL S he saw we reply had been delayed and that Israel that it was "inconceivable" that would renew its efforts to obtain defensive weapons Israel Mirrcndcr Eilath or unfrom Washington. broken accaa to the port. While Together with Israels demand ,n< r< s DO reason to believe that for defensive arms. Mr Sharetti" 10 *-'.S. w '" pressure further on Bruce has been in his trDOB for two years and has served as Troop Scribe for the Boy Scouts and Den ( hief for the Cub Scouts. Now a Patrol Leader, he will become m nounced the -hipment. of British the Middle East situation in the | s mor Patrol Leader early this .*. arms to Egypt "gravest and most dangerous man month. Herbert has been in the troop for four years and has served as Patrol Leader and Senior Patrol Israel's opposition to the arming ner Th e character and political of the Arabs did not constitute objectives of the deal were clari provocation, Mr. Sharett said gf {fled in a most eplicit and un warned that Israel stands ready to I reserved manner by Khrusehev," beat off any hostile campaign he said in reference to the Soviet leader He now occupies the post against it. However, he stressed leader's attack on Israel last week, of Junior Assistant Scoutmaster, that while the Jewish State was %  H e drew th e attention of the depu Botn bo yfi attend West Miami arming itself for defense, it would t ies Israe! public opinion and the Jun ; or H igh School. Bruce, in the still make every effort for peace, world to the "terrible danger" of although "we will not buy peace | the arms deal, at the price of concessions that sap eighth grade, is on the Student Council Cabinet, circulation mana ger of the school paper, member of the Leadership Clinic and president of the Basic Education Re search Club. He is also a member Mogen David Kosher Meat and lrf (he Florida Junior Academy of SUPERVISION REVEALED our ability to live and encourage further encroachment and destructive scheming against us." He reported serious discussion in Washington with U.S. Govern i P ouItr Markel of 1983-1987 SW science. 8th st., Miami, Wednesday an. Herbert ment leaders on the problem of i peace in the Middle East, as well nounced that the Beth Jacob Vaad in the ninth grade, joined in the ceremonies Dec. 28 as discussion with the British. He'^^^^^J^ot Troop 308 which brought them rejected Prime Minister Eden as \ m arket Jointly with the Central h awards from Scoutmaster Harry Plaskoff Among guests attending was Leon Bass, Commander of Jewish War Veterans Post 223, sponsors of the troop. a mediator in the Middle East, noting that the British leader had disqualified himself because of his attempt to "fix in advance the naCcntral Miami Kashruth Commission supervises Mogen David's restaurant and butcher shop. v %  HBBi .i lii.vn Sol Silverman (left) were honored thi week by in their name of a new physical therapy room at lome for the Aged. Auxiliary oi the Home, of >:lverman is president, made the $10,030 addition. Home president, looks on. When completely lid supervised by a brained therapist, }he rehabiliim of the Home will be the most advanced for the kth Florida. IERAPY ROOM PURCHASE M Addition Honors Couple lan. president of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Wedneslat officers and 2.400 members of the Women's Auxiliary approved the $10,000 purchase of the soon-lobe com"ii in the A Win Memorial budding in honor of Mr. [lverman. riu.ui, now in her fifth term aspresident of the auxiliary. Jr outstanding leadership" in behalf of the Home. The ides the Home with $18,000 yearly in operating income the major expense for the extensive recreational and m at the Home, which is under professional supervision Miami Jewish Community Center. therapy room is completely equ.pped and under the [a trained therapist in the next few months, the Home one more giant step forward in the development of the I pro-ram for the aged in the Greater Miami area," In addition to its medical stall, and registered nurses tk. the Home already has on its staff a psychiatrist and ocial worker. >mp/efe and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITL£ tQktractCo. pARS OF TITLi SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY fS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE THW BMereaca Peltate* .t KMS.I City Title msareact Co. CapftW. Srpras I taaarvai lac** ujmjem [ELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 Dadks Cc z m &\ STATEMENT OF CONDITION as c* DECEMBER 31. 1955 Hrscurr/c-Cw Cosh oa Head and in tanks $ 4.447.315.71 U.S. Government lends 5.150.000.00 Stock in Federal Home Loon Bank 1,152.900.00 Interest Receivable Accrued en leads and Investments 45,352.16 Dode Federal Pint Mortgage Loans 4f.5H.20e.22 FHA Insured First Mortgage LOOM 4.871.037.25 Veteran Guaranteed First Mortgage Loans 16.44Me7.67 Secured Loans to Members 44l.l67.2f Dode Federal Buildings, Other Real Estate. Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (Including Branckes) 1.3f6.168.31 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 444. 132.53 TOTAL RESOURCES $I5,074.447.2I Liabilities and Heserves Savings Accounts $75,696,863.98 Advances from Federal Home Loan Dank 3.500.000.00 Loans In Process 476.010.72 Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes and Insurance .... 199.204.51 Other Liabilities 5i.540.22 Specific Reserves 152.925.19 General Reserves 4 ,534,665.14 Surplus 457.347.52 5,146.957 85 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES $ 85,074,647.28 Dadc Federal SEPH M. UPTON, President ^ 41 NJ. Ffett Avoe 14SC M.W. 34m 1991 SW. Sth Street 1797 N.W. Ttfc A MAIN omca AUAfATTAH %  RANCH TAMIAMI StANCH I0ISON CINTI8 BRANCH DADE FEDE1AL SAVINGS OCCOUBU ON INSUHED to SI 1.000 cock by Ik* Federal Savings and Lean Insurance Corporation, and EARN diridends twics a r 'or you at ths cunsnt rat* of 3/o per annum. I



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13. 1956 THS PITAL— Mr. and Mrs. TheoJan 5. n to Mr. and Mrs. ii7 .I;in. 4. .rborn to Mr. an/i rrxrl Jan. 4 •n to Mr. arid Mr*. Jan, 3. )rn t<> Mr and Mrs. fer Jan. 3. i-n to Mr. and Mrs. r. 30. and Mrs. Walter rn to Mr. and Mrs. Idstda Dec. 17. Mr and Mrs. Mic. li). Mr. and Mrs. Jacob 19. rn to Mr. and Mrs. i Dec 19. Mr. and Mrs. Julius 20. Mr. and Mrs. Martin %  irn to Mr. and Mrs. >• %  < 9. Mr. and Mrs. Mur• 9. Mr. and Mrs. SamDec. 10. Mr and Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Nathkc 10. Mr and Mrs. Harry |c. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob 12. Mr and Mrs. Joscfth 11 nvene Here r\ a i, of the IMi.imi. was featured e Jan. 11 Tropical My meeting co-sponMiami Public I.jin it the main liiim included a talk HI "The Sea and r Owre dtfOtaed to AL NOTICE IX OF CORPORATE ISOLUTION LME AND BY THE V OF TMe STATE -FLORIDA lll".M THKSK I'UKS >MB. I;KI:I:TIN<]S. I'MH'MA.V V'H. Kl.nlUDA I I II FLORIDA IlKRNSTKIN, K'H, %  l .'iRlDA t 'i.. ol \i.it. li. \ i. ..t.-.l nn.let I RK \I.TV. INC .. hii itprim ipal place Miami, 1 >n. I. County, i ito I..t !. i I ,f the hapt %  hnwlng ii„ ,ii..iipi nf %  the %  n .. 11 i %  i I-', I > ihi I any o nuary, A.D | EP. FICTITIOUS E CAW : I; i: i: v nv engage In in >UH na l: • \ \ I %  •rn, II. ,il. la. nun,. W |th th I'l.Tk u>i nf l>ail< O \i:i:\\|,iv. IT/. >HTIU>V "i i'i:i: JUDGE* 1 COURT JNTY. FLORIDA 30994.A %  NN. Pi NTION TO MAKE [ION FOR FINAL KHARGE thai I have m fir l\ >'':>" MAW t III M 'I \\ h I final %  l< i:\ltl KIT \ p i tv-vl.!! SVI "ANN J LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IN KE-RKHY C.1VEN lhu< tinunileralgned, dealrtne to engage lr btialnem under the < ctttlnui nam <>r P M I.IM. s REACTY HAI.'iN RI Heel* ood li" '. Mi iml R< i< h. In lunrta t.i i .,iii Bam* uuji iii c Clerli ol iIn • 'ii uii i"ourl "f I'I.IIII I'ACi.l.v ;M".V s ,;,. lwnrr NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NoTH i HEREBY fllVEN tli.it i> nan QIINIEI.A MAR Avenue In %  MI i n ,.,., with Ihe •" %  • %  i ol ii. Circuit Court of Pailii "ounl v, F1 Wll.i.iAM w 11 IT 1:111: \ 11 RK8M.WU .: 1 lefi niinnt. 8UIT FOR DIVORCE To LILLIAN i: II'-.NSI: Rcli'i in .• .ml Mdrcii I'nknown TIKI rn fierel v no! Ifles Hint of Complain) f,,i Divorce hn< been Mod agalnat you. anil jrou ara reo.ii I red i,< aei e .i ropy oi youi Anawer DI deadline i> the I tin ul Complaint mi thPlaintiff'* Attorn.\. HENRY M. CAIN, 1*20 Waal Iaali St Miami. Florida, an'l file th.' original Answer Or I'lr-ading In th.ofi re "f the Cl. rk of th.Circuit Court nn %  r b the 23rd day of January. I9."i. Tf >oo fall to iln go, Juaamenl by \i \s i-itRptm \TH "•n Plaintiff, ;:> RE \i. p r IM I • HI. I (t| II.I IRII A, l'. .i i I rp .ration, l lefemtanta NOTICE BY PUBLICATION r<) SHOUES REALTY, INC Nathan Schwi r .1 li HI and I nn i t..i Sow fork, Mfw V..ik V'lee-I Taa. and Director ith Street Ml M Yoi k N> York If. .i Rli S. •. I.I i mill I I : ill li YOli ARE HERK1IY NOTIFIED to fllivnui AnaWar jo th,complaint I %  ".. loaura ..f Mi.rtaaxe U D: and South .t 4 i.f lltiik 1 if WHST MIAMI SHORES. SEQTIDN "A a aub•tlvNI. n C'ordln t.. tn. I'l.u thereof I In Plat Rook 4".. I'l.-. %  • .1 Hi. I'ul.i Ri orda of 1'ulr County, Flnrfda. tutrctlifiwith Impiovementa lo< .ir>•,i thereon. with the Clark ..f Hi. above named Com t. to wit i: li LEATHERMAN. Clerk ••: tii,. i nil I'II nd f..i I %  .'ul. Count Ptol Ma. nn I \ %  EN'iLANDEK A rE.NDRli'H rsij-'. alt..'tioyi for 6 ;alnUff. Si l l.li,...in it•:. %  w I'l I., tok. :i DATED i intv. Florida, (hi:ith da) nf I I r Dj M M RMAN, ill • '..nit %  UttEEN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 186120 NOTICE TO DEFEND MAISY irlf.-. I'lnlntlfN. I'HII.II' I KiNKTl i CLARA IEINHTKI.V, 'i vKRY I \.\N FE1NSTEIN LEVY 1,1i % I'l'itl.N.; ii i IM inta, m I'llll 'I EINSTEIN Sorth 4ih HI Chll.nlHplili INSTEIN, ^ i Phlladi Iphla, Pn. HARRY I BVY an.I ANN FEIN. ll-.iN I.KVV. bin Wife K -i R ..'Wl.ind Rtn I'hiia i. lii'n.i. pa YOL' AUK HEREIIY Ntil'IITED that a Rill f..r Partlll>ni <>f the \\ i '-_. f i' \.,i ili\ ', .if the % of l hi' S.. itli..n.-t '. of Section :•. I'.. nth. ILniKe 41 Rat, aald landn l> InK and belna in I >.I,I %  i 'ounl y, I da. to* th th.' imlkMnaa an,I im haa I l au-alnt I >ou HI i. i-:--.--1 • ArurWi ,,litu to th( UlU of • nlalntlffi attorney*, • li'liiiaii 4 Knplnii. B'.II S.l...l I IIIIIIIIIIIK. Miami. I i ni. the i.|'l|(In I v in In the i>ffli-e ,,t k of tin II or before Ihi "I da> "f I • l,i II. ii \. I|i.".ii If M.'.I fall t.. do ae* ludamt'ii; I > default will In acalnt i.ui for the iinded In it, • Complaint i: \NI> iilll'!-:HEi • al Miami. F!oi i,l VTHKItM V.\ W.M w BTOCKINO. no i'Ink LEON KAPLAN ..f Mi, i,an A Kaplan Attoraeva for Malntlffa *i0 Mv\te.>ll Huii'lhiR Miami. Florida l/-13-K>-*7 LEGAL NOTICE Page 11 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS vt ^ t NAME LAW !u> V' K IS ,KI;1:,: V OIVEN that ....• iin.l.-rslKi...,!. ,|, n "1 'II HOTEL, Intend t., reVl"i, i eii aald name with the Ckerk nf tin. lilt I i.lli t of I..,, I, t'ultntV, Kl.lld.l. ^cnft ilffiV MYERS. HKIMA^,'TATLAN v '"tn. v., f,, r A|,] i I...I.I Hl.lr NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN that '"' %  '" d. il.BhlnK lo cnKaKe n nrfi i the flcthloua nan., ol NA8HBR REALTY, a. K.10 Avenue. Mi.uni B. !,. Florida, Intend <"• '; • with the i'l. ik or Hi( I: .ult Court of D Florida SAIL W \ VSHER BARAH i: N VSHER HARRH Zl'KRRXICk AH'. in \ r,,i Saul w. Nn slier and Sarah K. N.ish. r 12/23-30 — 1/6-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE JS HEREBY fllVEN that the tindentlKni'.l. dratrinj,to engagiin bualneaa I.-I the rictitloua name ,.i PL'RDY I. I' NC 11 EO N ETT i: al 1424 Mtfa Si Miami Bench, Int.-ml* to reglatcr aalil nun.with th.. Clerk of the Or.-iiit Court of D.u|i> Countv. Florida. IDA CHINSKY, Sole owner M MAIN KNULANDKU Attorney for Applicant 311 Lincoln ltd. 1/8-irt2H-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAE LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVEN that II d. ticn.it. itiiiiliiK to ana* bualni • i'nli-1 the fi. -titlons name of Tin: DlMiiiV at 34 Miracle Mile, • oral QabkM, Ftorlda, intenda to n-aald nam.with the Clerk of th* Clr.-ult Court of Dnde Countv. Flor. SIMON BERMAN, owner LOL'IH WINTER Attorne) fg Simon l:. iman. owner 12 In NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN %  l.nslll. I', ill: .-. • > %  iNH B( M iK SHi H 71 I Mian II la to %  %  ii. I n line with the i Merit of I i --tint \ Ml HAI4.EN VSSoi'l ATES INC II.ill. li COCKSHON .'. FINK A "oi' ', Inc NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  TICK IS IIBRE11Y tllVEN that thiin ti.l. r th.flctnlou SHAMROCK INN, al l N.W. I.eRoad, Miami, Florida Intend i" p with tin of the iTl.iilt Com t oi D.i.l.I'oiitnv, I > HARRY .1 PATTERSON I." T I'll-: PATTERSON HENRY \l CAIN • v for A|,|ill V Ct.ijilir Si. Miami. Florida I. •' %  13-2H NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that tin undersigned, dealrlna to enajase in hurineaa itn.i.the I titious nam.of I \r\YKTTi: H"TKI.. at .11 Collln* Miami Bench, Florida. Intendu to reclater .LI name with Hi* Clerk of the I'lr.iilt Court .,f Dadl County, Florida. MAX FEKIELEH MKI.VIX FEKiEI.ES (1IM1ERT A rOUNfl Attorn. \ foi Max M.lvin FelRelen • 20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 185912 I'llln; ,i RK STERN. I Ma In tiff. I WIT H rKRN, Defc ndant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< I: JANI UN l4l He. ond Vven n Yoi s, %  I RK HKKKIIY REQCIRED 10 %  the I 'lIUipl ill! f, I I ', COCRSMON &. FINK, Road, Mi.uni %  Ihe i let': of the al.< v < %  Court nn oi l. f. %  %  thi LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the nn |i alrlna tn • ni 'Kin hiiMineaa iinrlrt : hf: -I It Ions na CH >i:I IN .. ,i,i PON T KOSH i: I: VII RI i:s at i;n N W (th t Miami. I lorlda, Intaerda to retrtatei with i,,i'tarhf th.' •-utt of i tAT Fi.„ —Fat Mian I i ...rTln. thli ila\ of XK ROSKD.M.K DEI.ICATEPSKN, INC i: ll:v IN flORDON, Pr i.l. nl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 'ICE II i: ri.i:, ,;i\ i:\ that B ideralirned. dclrlmr to enfa biixlni BENEf ICIAI. M..i: i ,; \,;t: n ,\i IA.W at 131 \ F :-nd Street. Miami. 1 '/' l' 1 "'I *ist, -.,1 n.i.n. with the. cierl Circuit i of Ha.i. County, I-I.,,Ha. HENRY .1 li \I.\M NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is BKREBY rI\ i:\ thai the nnileinlkne.l. ileltina to enca boalneaH under the II. titious n STANLEY HOTEL, at 15 N W St.. Miami, Kla in ten 1 to i. aald name with the Clerk of the I'llcult Court ..r Dado County, Flotilla SIDNEY STANLEY J08EPH ROSENKRANTZ Attot ni i for Applli am 12/23-30 1 .i-l.i CERTIFICATE fa nil DATE n thi.a\ "f 9l | B USA rjOERM i.N R II. RICE, n: %  • I ,. at v "lei u 12/30, — L •i-13-20 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 3S860-A In Ite ESTATE 'l VVCI.r SEtJEL. a'k'a w 1*1.1 C HECtEL I. a \M I.F SEOBI. WOLF SEi IAI. a I. a W i s i:. ; \ i wii.ii a WiH.ISIBOEL wn.K HIOEI. I '. I 'redltoi H noi v Ha\ ill rV i ind i Said mil • aeh of vou. ire I notified an I n nil. I I "' any elalnis and iU manl0U. or elthei "f '' 'he of V. IT.I SEUEL el di fd late ot i >.i.|. Count; Florida, to the I Jli V .lll.lktl of Countv .,n,l file a%rae In ih. li offlcel ,„ 1 i„ Count) "ourtho .%  in It hill %  i.:!.' %  ill „,, th„ ihe flmt Sal I i-lal t,. ,,iitain Ih. leiial olilr. Ihe .li.nn,til alkl ti i oi name will irred liat. .lanuarv .1. A.M. l!>..n. CAKI AAilininlMtrator of the Eat a I Wl I.I SEiiEI. MYEI VII. AN Alt Administrator 1 41-13-10-57 OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO A I.I. TO WM.I.M THESE PRES l-.NTS SHALL COME, URBETINOS \A nen ROSE A KWATCHER MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA MAROARETT K l."Y MIAMI BEACH, FI.ORIDA HAN Ft IRD H KRAMER, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA ili.i on ill.Mil day of Jutar, AM. it*".-, to i.e Incorpora %  imler the l.roMslons ,,f Chaptei lOX I DELCXK ACTS INC., ., at on, with its pi inclpal ..f hn*inen .-.• MI iml B. ai h r> ide •' %  "ni-. In the suite .,f Florida, and a hereaa t he oropei ill ieai corporation ,ii I. on the ''.tii di fid ,i In the off I of th.State of Florida, id : i ithentil al. -,| I Ihe |H.I %  %  Mini: I'I rolul Now. th< i • %  :,-,,• hi does i %  i %  Kolna ., n i t!,., t i r i ..i. u*i .luilK. of Dail,County, I i.nil.', foi a;,,,i ,.\ al na! repol I and final dlaeha -•• ai \dmlnlatratrlx nl of MEL.VI K IIM.I'X. ,|, ,l. This 10th 'lav of Jai an E.NOI.A CAIL llll IV. HERBERT II liri'NEi: %  .v for Admlniati atrti Mrexi Kve Miami II. ai h I'l.. la-n t .i NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Lincoln of Washington Pays Interest on Savings FOUR TIMES A YEAR January 1--April 1 July 1—October 1 %  /27b per onnum on bolonccs from $100.00 to SI 5,000.00 Eoi-h Account Insured by F.O.I.C o $10,000 f Start Saving H. re Todov I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (ilVEN the iin.lersiun.,,1. d>alrlnR to Tif bualneaa undai the fictitloua nan NollTII MIAMI BEAl II I.AIM >Ri lM IT, at .-'• N I Miami Beach, l-'la InteiaJa to t> sai'l ti k of th. .li Cmirl F IX HoliOWl i Z NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS II niVBN that %  • %  '. BAR W ,. ititellils t,, i clerk of the Circuit of D.nle i 'ounl i. ia da I \MKS A KCHNEII %  UAI Attorn mi st NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMt LAV. NOTICE is HEREBY I.IVEN thSit the nn,!• i: id II,i ,|, rlna to enca the f!.-t itioiiH na ANOIK KRBD'H ITAIJAN AMERICAN I:I:.rAI II \NT : _" ; \ %  n II Beat h, Inten'i l\ Ith Ihe 'le, k .,f tllo i 'In ult Court of Made t %  %  ",. I %  i i: \M:I ''. mi' MYERS. IIKIM .\\ ,v KAPLAN \ tt"i n. •. n for Appi .Id IH'IK I2/U-2J %  %  NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW l> HEREBY OIVEN thot the nn i. %  • %  \A n,"i •deali na lo eng,i(e in itl'in.s nan. I Ri H'l-TEX FAHRK s i IF Ml \Mi at I' II Boa 2071, Miami 12. Fla Int.-ii is with Ihe i 'l.'i'k ol thi Circuit Court ol I'oillllv. I'l MIl.Ti >N %  ; %  il.DBI SHABIRi • k ItUED At:, t nej f.r. A,,|.||, • 120 I.in. ..it, l: A valuable piece of jewelry Is stolen from your house. Does your insurance cover the loss? roe the ant wee to thit, or any other I—M i aveaffoo Arttiur M. Kahn Richord L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street B**ri*ejie 1H€ TIAVIIWS. 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icny 13, 1956 Academy Dinner itainebleau bost successful dinner in the history of the (cade my" was predicted \>y Miami Beach Councilllelperin. who was nost rs of (he board of direcAcadcmy at a breakfast f> hotel. has t>ecn named chairLo evenl which will be a i\ dinner in honor of the of the Academy, B. I. |h<> is serving his second dinner will be held at bebleau hotel Feb. 5. [with Halperin to direct %  of the committee nre fruchtnian, and Mrs. Ida Appel is well known activities in the Jewish the Aged. art rendered by Halperin rr members of the board that the half way mark IckeLs has already been id committments for adjkkcts are on the books. [the eighth annual dinner idemy, which was started the day eight years ago ne hotel where the comst Sunday. inn to the latest figures by Binder, there are 260 in the school, with a big pkcants. Rabbi Alexander principal with Herman I, executive director. Its organization, the HeIOOI has received praise ly prominent Jews in all fie country. The Academy gilt's a regular course of in Knglish subjects and I by the Dade School fflger Liner ring Space on [I Voyage I is available aboard the li trans-Atlantic passenZion," on her initial rom Le Havre, SouthhampNaples to Haifa next Febas announced Wednesthe A meric an-Israeli t Company, Inc., of 10 it New York City, U.S. atives of the Zim Israel bn Company. lion," now nearing Cornell sail from Le Havre on Southampton, Feb. 17 and *>b 22, arriving at Haifa ion." a sister ship of the s new S/S "Israel." is for year-round passenger %  between Haifa and New In calls at Naples and oc7 at Halifax and Gibraltar, id She has accommoda300 passengers in First f'-t classes, all in outside Ts, most of which have private or semi-private showers. JewMfkirldiar) Page 9 A Left to right are Samuel Halperin. Mrs. Ida Appel and Charles Fruchtman planning the Hebrew Academy's annual meeting at the Fontainebleau hotel Feb. 5. Germans Take Over Control of Archives Continued from Page 1 A commission chairmanship rotates quarterly. mJlL From January through March, the chairman is Dr. Hardo Brueckner, a German civil servant taken LONDON—The British Foreign Office has charged that "elements outside of Jordan" are responsible for the anti-American riots, which early this week shattered the Arab country's restless atmosphere. over by the Foreign Office from the financial administration. The other two German members of the commission are Prof. H. Grewe and Counsellor W. Hergt. Since Israel follows Germany in the. alphabetical listing of participating nations. Dr. Brueckner's successor as chairman of the international commission will be Yeshayahu Anug. chief of the Consular Section of the Israel Purchasing Mis sion in Cologne. Cutler Opens Miami Offices Attorney A. Budd Cutler, re*ident of Miami Beach for many years, has announced the opening of his Miami offices for the general practice of law. Cutler v\ill retain Miami Beach offices at 420 Lincoln rd. His new offices are in 601 Ainsley bldg., Miami Currently active on the board of directors of the Miami Beach Bar Association, Cutler is also a member of the Florida Bar. He is a vice president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce and is the resident legal counsel for the Jaycee International Organization. Cutler has recently been elected to the budget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, having previously served on its board of governors, and is presently secretary of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Cutler is originally from Haddonfield, NJ., and was graduated cum laude from the University of Miami law school. He served as appellate justice and case note editor of ..the Miami Law Quarterly and is vice chancellor of Nu Beta Epsilon legal fraternity. He is also an active member of the Toastmaster's, Jewish War Veterans and the Decalogue Society of Lawyers of Chicago. Cutler's prelaw studies were at the University of Maryland, College Park, where he majored in accounting and attained memberA. U44 Cat l,r ship in Beta Gamma Sigma business administration fraternity. He Was vice president of the National Jewish Youth Conference and also served as chairman of its constitution and social action committees. During World War H. Cutler served with the combat engineers and saw action in the European Theater. He is married and resides with his wife, the former Iris Schuham of Coral Gables, and his daughter, Betsy Gail, at 960 79th ter., Miami Beach. FLORIDA'S LARGEST STATE BANK PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI statement of (condition lion Village Provides Dining Atmosphere !" an Village restaurant, Tinuton ave., is open daily Ka patrons with the finest cuisine and an intimate dining atmosphere. Co-owners of the Roumanian Village restaurant are Perry JL Beubis and his partner, Irving Rose niweig who. for many years, have been in the enbusiness. a\< been associated with resorts and hotels, as Iher tourist spots. Beubis fttweig are well known to charity functions the Greater Miami COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES Commercial., Loans Safe Deposif Vaults • Special Checking Account! • Collection Department Consumer Crtdit Dpt. # Escrow Department Commercial Banking Foreign Department Savings Accounts Pan Am Charge Plan AS OF DECEMBER 31. RESOURCES Cash and Dua From lands.. .$IS.73J.4I2.77 U. S Go.emm.nt Sacuritias.. 12.031.147.47 Stata. County, and Municipal Sacuritiat 1955 LIABILITIES DEPOSITS. Otkar Securities Federal Reserve Sink Stack leans and Diieounti 3.939,739.31 97.S00.0O 90,000.00 25.363.934.57 Cuttamart' Liability en Lattan of Cradit ... Furniture and Fbrtvrat eeeeeeeajj Leesehold Improvement. Otfcaf Keel Estate ..••••••. .•••*.*> Aecrutls and Other Reieurces TOTAL RESOURCES ............. SS7JS4.4SS.12 • 11.413.10 r 101.721.09 %  297.430.S7 101.922.04 4I4.S07.79 llt.H2.72l.41 fS4.C-7t.2M.7v • 11.413441 S99.I72.47. 2.300,000.00 •34.410.72 a 44J.II4.69 TOTAL LIABILITIES SS9.t92.721.41 Letters af Cradit ....................... Accruals and Other Liabilities ........•*.• Capital (Commen Stack) ................ Surplus and Undivided Profits ...........at JAM!S SOTTILR. Sr. •Vasee er Ma •• W. I. tOTD OFFICERS JAMS SOTTill. Jr. i. A aatAto Vice PreeMear C. H. MelNTIRI VI c# wmUtBt eww C#eB r 9Tfe)iP#i p T. I. RIIO. Jr. Assist a* Vke Preskket W. 0. DOaMIMIY "tt rT9lt*r*99m JOHSf L. HALL Vice free H ee* W. C. t AYNI Vice rVse l ckeT a. M • %  t t OWM M ••*••• Cciatfer M. I. NIT Assktsurt Ce.l.r WIILIAM sormi Caalar Vtaa rVeaMee* O. P. PAMMER IDUAROO MORALS eaaaaWsa Vke rVee M ea* A M. GARCIA D. I. JACKSON • L RUDOLPH rk. Prce M set IDWIN COCRCROTT Assist—* CenaJer L J. RIIHIR Asahfajev Cesekr H. P. McGOOGAM Vke Pree k ka* FRANCIS P. LYONS VPCO Protreleevt? J. M. GRIIST Aeajaraet CasMer DIRECTORS P. J. SRRRALLIS Vice CaceVasea JAMtS 94PTTILI. Sr. Caeriraeaa af 14a eWe) jACeeo L. CAIASSA Vke Caaerasea JAMES SOTTill, Jr. PresMeaf eerf r>.f rice CfcaA •UIUIRMO CABRERA Vke Cis l r ass A. J. HARRIS Vke C tsaVaiaa SERVING THI GREATER MIAMI AREA CONNECTIONS THROUGHOUT LATIN AMERICA W 0. DORMINEY Siccative Vke Preekleef. Sear* Dee 1 farmtrt See* RORIRT P. FOREMAN Se c reta r y. Metieael Ainimti. la*. KENNETH S. RIYIS Caairaeaa at tee Seare 1 Tee Bares Ceaspaay GEORGE H. SALLIY SeMey. Sean* aed Meeter. 4ttereeyi Ceeasel far lea* SHILRY P. LANGSTON PresMeat, le-.it.. • Ce., Ia. lesaraace WILLIAM SOTTILR PreUateet SeeM DaeJa f araiers Ie EDUARDO MORALES Ilecetrve Vice Preslaleat M. M, WEISS caaereMM e> fwe WQGTM Teeky-Mvrea Cerp. CECIL P. HOLLAND Presletoet. Cecil NeHewal'l 4ll-MlaW Parsf. lac. J. A. ROIO Pre.la>.t. Pellsa>era Safer Preelecers AasaclerHe* HERMAN H. WIRSHIN9A Vke Preskkef. Serrelles fverftaales far mi. lac. • "Banking Heart of the Western Hemisphere" PAK ilMEBICAN BANK of MIAMI S.E. 1st STKKT at 3rd AVINUI TELEPHONE Ft 4*7211 Established Dec. 1st. I94S MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION FLORIDA'S LARGEST STATE BANK



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?jqe 14 A ON THE Frida,, Tel \> i\ is a New, Ka .. .1 --we* i • %  %  -_ %  %  ... 6! ... %  V •IXC • George (.rr.hwms "Porfy The Ruwuu are en .IT it Maybe we quit sending diplomat* Moscow and send Broadl>n*lucUoB in.otead caking about the Porgj* Bevs" production in Moscow. raeh newspaper tells an inanecdote A year or so !he Port* and Be%a" troupe H Israel One of thoee in Israel ho saw production the Russian An> h a ne ater to Israel A Abramoe "You should Russia." said the Rnssian • the leader of the pr I)o you know any Ruv\ raptted the leader of the white ar u>! We dont Ruv>ian. but many of us • r*ak a little Yiddish • • friend "S" just back from me an amusing story. Theodore streibert head of the America recently M-.it • where he .poke with rt.tr <1ietator. Nasser The latter drpky. Streibrrt a, 3 •alirtic ambition — %  %  Pom-, show^pi of Israel whieiT aaaaition.... TIUJU-STI i* all the *q to the KuphratH i Streibert that then map hung on tkj Knesset m isrjj At the concJo5J in Egypt Streibert! and the offkuk L foreign Aff ilt 3 laughed at the .dej, and said it wi, ajj^ Mr Strcihert • vagi gate fun her Tr^ find such an in hanging o n the w a set a\i-tf r hm there ua such a< walls of the *ng -T iilfcsjg^i corted t<> the nanrj the Herut party. be said that map there either HORI* SMOLAR — Zionists Happ} About Their April Dald • \pn. T %  •j\e preferred that tie held in July *s vchedaled This was Di Nahusn Goklanan 1 w a n, the Zionist brael insisted on hold%  *res> earlier than bec am e of the new situation Israel 'rr their pressure imann. as chairman of I -'. executive. rrmon the Congress -.ally. Dr Gold anned to call iferences of Icewling JCSJ conference : -gether E uro pe — i -econd, conference • D.. 4i Zionist* in I and a third for toe I --red States Yon n\a> be that over 40 treaties betwera States and Israel business and taons between rat They provide a nsnfj dation for the American tin ini— gj and technicians n tint) in IsraeL Hail similar?:. %  the ITi concepts of the ters concerning miner and the njar] ridntals m the tar I:R W / f \K*0\ — VN< I \ Spirit Burn Dunn: Final Hours •anoni %  a-* lftenttenssxsss i— •r.ference s the way %  ivt pi 1 rhaaa. mo the The • reoce of !-rael on %  creae carry • %  of SMCh ffarnh if not tn>kadnr* of Zmnnt croups %  the rr now raoarg a •U) witkont aaaajaasj to aonrhe> unanad Israel to aaa tiOth hirtkday these Treaty f Fnnln^ and Nangatam fj| Caapenrion n gree m errts oe M unrtor.are no baa] •or the concJawnaf cae-L-rac' uu laj • %  1 •Km fli the fle %  !• ctT"'i' fnai^ -ael a pia *o. pra1 paajaan %  The p^n ha> Beat* the .AnwncaB LsratJ' !• filial b> the J *1 Htl for p by Ivr*. iiraa ar] md kaswJ Js* -feet .lO*^ •xsssn ^ITT ajjj si Global Conspiracy Forfl -•%  wan fiae iev Th* e\ tewi— *" abnnt the fart rani Arar. ssatalj viir#> M(ifiw ( > Km -IrUlr (Ian ft*, in thr N( ar ^ \wm KTSnanoaa %  %  • -xMnrH>f a mom Tim — emt* %  m^ negnaaa '*-• %  • -pona: to ho peJ "•red n aatinnnh from %  I'naso •^ <>*r conntnes win *** owners wre of BJJs) !<• the n-isnu— hathanj **a %  fc Amh % %  mw n :nawes he. c^ni **" -a 5JV**-ae, tu W r-e? v tkmi !* V^f "* **^ : lh Meen -saaTaag InT he^P***"* ^•W^ ^ hanwewar hwraH •*-— *J ^~ ^eeeent h ~ \_?* %  ** — !• Che ang ** *"* ^^^^"^ %  1 awlfc> ^*^WBSS1 aVTMsta CsaaaaaV to% i • %  am ^awaaiww %  ** %  ••—<. JJ. 01 "*.vam u* a, ah, a-ael*t.--' i tor lho^Llr.1