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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
INumber 3
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 20, 1956
Price 20*
il Seen In Losing Battle To Ward Off UN Censure
Eban Urges 'Moderate' Arms Increase;
Syria's Sanctions Demand Felt Doomed
[ATIONS PARTICIPATING
Leaders in dp/to/
\Discuss Near East Crisis;
Secretary Allen in Greetings
JTON (JTA) Hundreds of Jewish leaders from major
and communities arrived here early this week to partici-
vo-day extraordinary conference on the present crisis in
1st and the policy of the United States Government in that
fere greeted by George V. Allen, Assistant Secretary of
'State, at the opening session.
The conference, which was held
at the Shoreham hotel, was ad-
dressed by a number of senators.
Major addresses were given by Dr.
Nahum Goldmann. chairman of
the Jewish Agency, and Israel Am-
bassador Abba Eban. A statement
by George Meany, president of the
AFL-CIO, reflecting the sentiment
of organized labor in the United
States was read at the opening ses-
sion by Adolph Held, chairman of
, the Jewish Labor Committee.
The conference was called by
presidents of 17 Jewish organiza-
tions to consider the rapidly de-
teriorating Arab-Israel situation
and its implication for world peace.
' American interests and the security
of Israel. Each of the organizations
participating in the conference has
assigned 20 delegates to it. Also
among those present were dele-
gates-at large selected for the
prominent positions they hold in
their respective communities and
A. lyread* their record of activity in public
the friendly dipWaMt affairs.
USSR's Nikita Kruschev is silent
thiB week. Israel Foreign Min-
ister Moshe Sharett has told the
Communist boss that his intem-
porate attack on the Jewish
State "aroused amazement and
revulsion in the hearts oi lovers
of truth throughout the world."
Also silent is Soviet Premier
Bulganin, who has not been
seen anywhere in Moscow,
"for reasons of health," since
the twosome's return from
India.
in Dtp art mm -mot to iDtmwv with mm
ide Continues Top Effort to Kill
U.S. Arms Assistance to Jewish State
}ton (JTA) Efforts to influence the
iiu-nt against the sale of American arms
being made here by Henry A. Byroade,
s Ambassador to Egypt, who is partici-
Anglo-American discussions on Middle


East problems currently being held here. Heading
the American group at these discussions is Assistant
Secretary of State George V. Allen.
The British group is headed by Evelyn Shuckburg.
expert on Middle East Affairs at the British Foreign
__________^Office. The results of these dis
cussions will be brought to the
attention of President Eisenhower
and British Prime Minister Sir
Anthony Eden when they start
their meetings in Washington at
the end of this month.
In questioning the wisdom of
U.S. arms sales t<> Israel. Ambassa-
dor Byroade is reported by in-
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jrants in Israel prepare tree saplings for planting
"ion of Tu B'Shvat, which falls this year on Jan. 28.
Jewish Arbor Day. will highlight the Jewish
fund's role in the upbuilding of Israel's lands that
eroded by centuries oi neglect
Special
WASHINGTON Israel Ambassador Abba Eban. speaking here
late Wednesday, called for a "moderate increase" in arms for the Jewish
State which, he said, would bring peace to the Middle East. Ambassador
Eban said the arms aid would help stabilize the situation in Israel "by
bringing the balance of power into line between Egypt and my govern-
ment."
Meanwhile, at the United Nations, the Jewish States effort to
avoid UN censure appeared to be doomed to failure. However, ob-
servers there noted that Israel might be winning in the battle to con-
vince Security Council members not to apply economic sanctions as
punishment for Israel's Dec. 12 retaliatory raid against Syria.
Syria had previously asked the United States to cut off all economic
aid to Israel, but it was reported reliably that Ambassador Henry Cabot
Lodge told newsmen he would "have to check with Washington on the
Syrian proposal." According to observers, all 11 members of the Securi-
ty Council appear favorably disposed toward some form of Israeli cen-
sure, but it is doubted that the Council will endorse the Syrian demand
for sanctions.
Syria's position, meanwhile, is being heavily supported by the
Soviet delegation.
SOBELEV SUPPORTS SYRIAN MOVE
Soviet in Bitter Attack Against
Israel As Security Council Argues
UNITED NATIONS (WNS)
As the United Nations Security
Council continued its debate
Wednesday on two resolutions
that were before it to censure
Israel for its recent raid on Syrian
positions in the Lake Tiberias
area, the most vicious attack
against Israel was made byArka-
dy A. Sobelev, head of the Soviet
delegation. While other delegaf.
gates condemned the Israel raid
and asked that Israel be censured
and warned against a similar inci-
dent in the future, the Soviet del-
egate supported the Syrian de-
mand that Israel should also be
forced to pay compensation to the
civilian victims of the raid.
Claiming that Israel had "com-
mitted a deliberate and sudden
attack" on Syrian territory and
"losses," he did not once mention
Israel's casualties.
Syria was praised by the Soviet
delegate for "'exercising re-
straint." He insisted that Israel
should not only be severely con-
demned by the Security Council
but should be "invited" by the
Council to pay Syria compensa-
tion.
Johnston Seeks
Senate Inquiry
WASHINGTON (JTA)A special
Senate investigation of Solicitor
General Simon Sobeloff. renomi-
nated last week by President Eisen-
hower as a Federal circuit judge,
that this attack had been "care-[was urged here Wednesday by Sen.
fully prepared in advance." Mr. j Olin D. Johnston of South Caro-
lina. The President's nomination
of Mr. Sobeloff is for the Fourth
Circuit Court of Appeals.
The original nomination of Mr.
Sobeloff was made last July, hut
delegate did not agree with Is- J the Senate adjourned before acting
rael's explanation that the attack on it. At that time, a number of
was in reprisal for Syrian firing Southern Senators opposed Sobel-
r.icl fishing boats on Lake'off's appointment because of his
Tiberias. While repeatedly ex- leadership in anti segregation
pres-ing regret over Syria's the South.
Sobelev also argued that Israeli
forces had violated the demilitar-
ized zone established by the
armistice agreement. The Soviet
in
FR. FEENEY TAKES UP WITH NATION'S NOTORIOUS ANTI-SEMITES
Defrocked Priest on Smith-Winrod Team
BOSTON (JTA>Father Leonard Feeney and his
followers have begun to get support from two long-
time anti Semitic agitatorsGerald L. K. Smith and
Gerald Winrodit was reported here this week. In
a joint report issued by the Jewish Community
Council of Boston and the B'nai Brith Anti Defama-
tion League, it was pointed out that "The Point,"
the publication of the excommunicated priest, had
received publicity in Smith's paper, "The Cross and
the Flag." and Winrod's "The Defender."
The report noted that both Smith and Winrod
have at various times also indulged in anti-Catholic
propaganda, but that thi evidently did not deter
them from supporting the Feeney publication,
which has concentrated its attacks almost exclusive-
ly on Jews in recent months.
Father Feeney was originally excommunicated
for continuing to maintain that only Catholics could
achieve salvation, despite a Church ruling to the
contrary. He later founded St. Benedict's Center,
in Cambridge, Mass., and has recruited members of
young people to join in his work. Recently, his pub-
lication was condemned by Bishop Burke of Buffalo,
after it began to be circulated in larger quantities
in the Buffalo area.
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lory 20, 1956
"JmLsUhridnan
Season Means New Show on Flagler-Granada Boards
k with the advent of the winter season- antnrf.i_____ *''
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is with the advent of the winter season
original musical comedy to be produc-
prGiunada Jewish Community Center
\n and 18.
C'atskill Cowboy," was written by
Lillian Burak, who also wrote
last year's successful musical
comedy, Come Back Little SAtk-
ker.' Howard N. Moooc. who
directed this show, will also direct
"C'atskill Cowboy."
Environment of "C'atskill Cow-
boy" is a dude ranch in the Cats-
kill mountains. Its love interests,
personalities, comedy, chorus and
original songs and parodies all
add up to a pleasant evening's
inity Plans Observance Here
National Jewish Music Month
h.idinTh KCCrding ,0 ^ Bush' who Pe.r
htading the show as business manager. He had
previously managed "Come Back Little Shikker"
nd two years ago. "Fanny Get Your Gun."
"A sellout is contemplated for this show of all
four nights." Bush revealed.
With tho production of "Catskill Cowboy" tickets
aw being sold to organizations for theatre parties
at a reduced rate.* "Consequently, organizations can
raise money as a fund raising activity in addition
to having a sociable and entertaining evening. Al-
though tryouts for the show are not until next
week, over 400 tickets have already been sold."
Bush said.
Theatrical organization committee meeting was
held at the home of Lou Bush on Tuesday evening.
Weinstem has been
lhairman for the 1956
I. wide observance of
peal Festival for the
imi area, it was an-
Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
)i the Greater Miami
imunity Center, which
local celebration,
[marks the 12th annual
festival of this nature,
bd faewish Welfare Board,
MJCC is the local af-
president of the Florl-
Hadassah, Mrs. Wein-
Ben actively associated
musical activities for
having been a past
iirman for the Jewish
til. She also holds the
chairman of the Zion-
|Cominission, and vice
the American Zionist
South Florida.
|st meeting of the Festi-
rommittee, held last
|y night. Mar. 4, was act
for the concert. The
tin- event will be in
I. This year's program
rated to American Jew*
Ws, with special em-
Se 75th anniversary of
Mnposer, Ernest Bloch.
ral is being sponsored
[the cooperation of the
|mi Cantors' Associa-
Jroiiram will present a
"ypes of Jewish music,
|tors, choral groups, in-
ts and dancers from
m
|nu at this first commit-
were Mrs. Weinstein,
Ir- Sirkin, Cantor Irv-
\r\ president. Cantors'
Mrs. Albert Dubler.
relation. Cantor
Bner. Mrs. Morris Mon-
itor Jacob Bernstein,
I, Mrs. Joseph Duntov,
per. Maurice Shaw and
>PP.
ling organizations have
Iced their represent a
|e on this festival com-
rrence of Jewish Wom-
bat ions, Mrs. Sidney
|bl)inical Association,
n Malavsky; Temple
I. iii. i l;c Kenneth Oka;
fl. Harry Boyell; Tem-
tl. Mrs Theodore Ar-
mn. kwim WiMilok
Home Builders
Pick
Merrill is Favorite
Of Presidents; Will
Sing Here Sunday
Robert Merrill, baritone star of
the Metropolitan Opera, will ap-
pear in concert at Beth David Con-
gregation Sunday evening, Jan. 22.
Merrill first becarne known as a
I singer whose voice could repre-
sent the whole American people
when he was chosen to sing the
Star Spangled Banner for a patri-
otic film shown in motion pictures
during the war. President Roose-
velt then had the young Brooklyn
ite sing for two of his annual Wash-
ington press dinners.
In June, 1946, Merrill was the
only singer chosen to appear be-
fore a joint session of Congress,
attended by President Truman,
Army and Navy chiefs of staff and
justices of the Supreme Court.
This was the famous memorial
service for President Roosevelt, at
which Merrill was asked to sing
the Lord's Prayer.
Later. Merrill sang at two or
three birthday parties for Presi-
dent Truman, and on at least one
occasion,'President Truman turn-
ed the pages. Merrill was also
chosen to sing at the inauguration
of President Truman in 1949.
Beatty
Elected to the presidency of the
Home Builders Association of
South Florida for 1956 last week
.was John F. Beatty. of the firm of
Coogan-Beatty. of Hialeah.
Currently Mayor of Bal Harbour,
Beatty is completing his second
term as NAHB regional vice presi-
dent, served as a director in the
local association for three years
and served in national circles as
chairman of the NAHB commu-
nity facilities committee and as a
member of the nominating com-
mittee.
Writers' Club Saturday
Writers' Club will meet Satur-
day night at the open air Spinoza
Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct. On
the program will be Lilian Miller,
who will read an original play en-
titled "Girl in the Window." Flora
Levant will read an original short
story entitled "Golden Age."
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Preedfy Presents
ROBERT
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Noted Metropolitan
Baritone
In Concert
Sunday, Jan. 22
at 8 P.M.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2625 S. W. Third Avenue, Miami
TICKETS AVAILABLE $5 3.50 2.00
for Resf rations CM $2-4795
Morris Fenaterf center) and Constable Leonard Tobin, Men's
club president of North Shore Jewish Center (right), enjoy the
antics of humorist Jack Zero, as he entertained members with
funny stories at a meeting last week. Meeting was dedicated
to Morris Fenster, for his work as membership chairman. His
committee was responsible for signing up over 100 new mem-
bers during a 3-month period. Also honored at the meeting
were Paul Press, co-chairman, and Herman Kooperman.
National Picks
Social Director
National hotel Wednesday an-
nounced the appointment of Mrs.
Augusta S. Holzman, as social di-
rector for the newly renovated
hotel located at 1677 Collins ave.
A former Brookline, Mass., resi-
dent, Mrs. Holzman has served as
social director for the Monte Carlo,
Atlantis, President Madison and
Cadillac hotels. She also served as
hostess at the Lake Tarleton and
Griswald hotels of London. Conn.
An active worker and organizer
of clubs and a public lecturer for
community fund campaigns and
other charitable organizations, Mrs.
Holzman is listed in "Who's Who
in American Jewry" and has stud-
ied extensively throughout the Eu-
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Poujade Had Best Bear Some Watching
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ta putrescence with lopana march from Bo,
tacr.
rev.- the Americana who will forget these
=c:s =: infamy these Qagrant violations of the
rules governing the care of prisoners of war.
At Malmedy Belgium, during World War !'
AmencanPOWswere beaten and
fen muraered Most of then, were airmen who
had parachuted to safety' from disabled
Order irg -he slaughter was Nazi SS Col
occhim Peiper. currently serving a He term
for mass murder. Yet the U.S. State IW
srcc:spS.v-::-cver^-Gp^
Strong pressures had been applied on our
m a Xhristmas parole
i cy leaked o,: -he Chrism^
-e deal was apparently squelched
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er J. Addington Waq:, \
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.^rmcn soldiers-many of them fo*
-embers of Hitler s Wehrmacht- or
n our U.S. military academies studyingTo
Pt military achievement
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s price hr bring permitted to
libei b I is. "
Dewe) wing-that part of ,,. Ret-kfta
dr Eisenhower p"""*
ir whet El determined | Jj
-------------- t. th parts currently in p. m .'"'fl> I
blind man'i bluff Sen Knowland and hi,\
etwi en democracy m Chii '.[ ".^?
lictator Chiang kai shek ,-, k lJII
in which there Was il ,,' no VJ'
md her Arab neighbors, '*'
,im* a system f divtakm of n n.,biitt,
be forged daily if either wing is t,, ,iemft
i i rfecUveneaa, the Arabs are going tj,/*
. rmining the statin f the Jewish community m i
thi ir propagandi-tic efforts is the v .>, infer-,?1
Ve* York, headed by Abdul Kamel RahirTj
rmation" to newspapers, laagBZini ,,)<_' *Ji
i mmentators *!
principal grist revol. .,.( Uo _
Ihc more than 800.000 Arabs coerced i in>> 7^1
tine when the League invaded the ncwlv
the unfounded and irresponsiM,- c lrgTtfcZM-
I thi h.d> places and churches of Jeru-,iii id Thi>^J
1 with the demand for internationali/ati ., ,f tn^ [Jf
THEGAME.STOO.SC.EmTAMW.CAN.EWRy
.- ;-rr,;,,leornoan,1,m,,:^!
S^IJ^iX^raeTi
Ihus. all Jews are respon-
I ter concocts u a crime to lav at tan*
I his not a cmdc and easily detectable derhH
I vast number of American Protestant |roup> ;,rf .^
Beiore lion of the Arab refugee taana on Uh i ,,-ii> P,f
: humamtariaaism It is equally true that a similari)
n> have been receptive to th alleatiai
acts hastily l!' '-rated the holy places in Jeru-alem
ts own and j; thls m> "dded the veiled aOnaion from tin
I s .Jewry is divided In its allegiancethat th<- -Jewishwr
to counter *ate Department policy which thoa*j|
rael, i> clearly in the best interest I \menc ft
techniques iv necessarily related to the American ft
Middli I headed by syndicated columnist Doroth)
thej may he Nor are these technique> sptcificaajL
Rabbi Elmer Berger's American Council fbr Judaism: tkt]
found implanted in At J literature is incuJaKaL
h'T both I he American Friends and the AmenM
unwittim; pawns in the larger game designed to ducreditl
at which Israel cannot earvfve. By their verj
croups deal with the intellectual dissidents of the natioe
nificance are thus limitedat least when caeaal
'n/on implicit in the fostering of general uti-SaaT
information Center publications are a case in point
the vculd be
aoeh to demonstrate an
?s to a
good.
less, he .5 c:. extreme right Fascist
dedicated to the | ea of totalitarian gov-
ernment. What with the I -r.per tod
Its d: .:. hide Chin 1 its fear of its
colonial future in North Africc .'s inability to
a laatffig, government capable of speak-
ing for France as a Western power there is a
distinct possibility of the country s succumbing
to M. Poupde's promise 0:
But authority car. In
add. .0 is playing the old die
BIGOTS TAKE UP TWf BANNER OT AAB PtOfAOAmj
The Story of Zionist Espionage in Egypt and .
Holy Land." both originally issued by the EgypUaaL.
then on property'' taken over by the Center -mcetail
*ith the Department of Justice under the Fortuni*"
\ 111 ---------------- ....... >"irs -.< nrjijirn-iu riiiu 01 uii-: "
! game ot courang the enemy. Recog-, countm while pmmuting anti-Israel sentiments specJfc|
armed Ge'r-
leologica] d the
Semiti I nerally.
I o! thi> poattietl lies in the fact that the SatMaal
against Germ.a rriam 1 Na/i irroup in New York, has been ciroiuug
millions of unsus y I ptonafe in Kgypt At the same time, suck
_ ._ .....0 uuaiuui TJi. ai me same 11
pecting Frenchmen who alao- and 01. Conde McGinley and Gerald L K Smith
the formation of a Ger Jewish Atrocities in the Holy Land." In
m<" hmgue. both these publications identify L_
This s reminiscent of the davs when Nc ''\ihe horror> an<1 bruUl"y of m(M,frn vuim
ohm snook hands ,n ;':> fu,^h""> '" ^ ^
/mn.st Espionage in Egypt." for I
the Israeli recruitment of "hundreds of agent- finanod
national system of begging which Israel has inved
and dispersed them throughout the Arab *
abotage .- A practical application of the
is the recent Zenneidine allegation that oar
tJx the American Jewish community phrfast"
m Uhalf of Israel constitutes pfima facie e\idence that
tnbuting toward the arming of the Jewish State
While Jewish Atrocities in the Holy Land descnto
' udisttc cruelties end wanton brutalitu> perprtr*
nn.K-ent population But this time the aggressors m
Jews who were lately so loud in their outcry against W
......------ wn uhu oiuun Let
us not iorqet that there is little difference be-
twf ^ass'aming" bookshop owner and
a frustrated artist-architect turned paperhanger
, Eisenhower to Congress:
*>-
EGYPTIAN PHILOSOPHY BITIS ITS OWN TAIL
rt from here equating Israeli Jews with the
waling* of the Nans, this publication ajmeraluc ,lf
to rharacterue all Jew* In negative <*&*.
>tr. untaught savages Yet these same >* *>*
'he.r money nussing activ.tu- M*J
"Mure and refinement of whatever
in The wealtftq educated Jew. surrounded I
rt that rus nehes can command, hes been a loeg
civlluj
ptaeH in this excerpt all the -**fj*3
-n, Je*s,s money lenders; Je-a--oaHj) J
rant and the Wegnenan refineme
^rtisticallv and intellectu <*** *
:h.ng of their own
this kind of potent prop*"**
' Herald Winrods. Frank l
' -.rk Tenney. late of the Ca!'*"
1955 edition of Gerald I K JT
^ 1 matter of fact, the afgrcswon **-f.j
follow. Nazi tactics." Op*a*f ^*
/ u Is ttweaon )>*#
1^" I the world, inetoding th l r,,<"


20. 1956
+Jmtst)fk>r*fcfi
Continues Top Effort to kill U.S. Aid to Israel
form Pag* 1 A
*s to be advancing
(Israel is responsible
lian arms deal with
According to him,
countries had been
i>t arms for many
;>ptian Premier Col.
Nasser had not reacted to these
offers until after Israels attack on
Gaza last year. Mr. Byroade is re-
ported to feel that the Communist
countries would tend to side with
the Arabs in an Arab-Israel war
and he advises the U.S. to avoid
identification with Israel.
Israeli circles here declared a
rejection of Israel's application to
purchase American arms would
mean an almost inevitable Arab
attack within a few months. They
indicated that Israel has rece.ved
no word so far from th- Slate De-
partment to the effect that Hie
United States has decided to res-
cind undertakings of President
Kisenhower and Secretary of State
Dulles concerning their "sympa-
thetic consideration" of appeals
for weapons for legitimate self-
defense.
Israel circles feel this under-
taking is a commitment that is not
compatible with rejection of Is-
rael's request. Nevertheless, they
Page 5 A
expressed "profound concern" at
the very existence of newspaper
reports in this direction. A high
Israel source described the contin-
gency as-one of "extreme gravity'
Meanwhile. President Elsenhow-
er indicated Wednesday in his mes-
sage to Congress on the new budg-
et that the United States would
continue to supply "basic military
equipment" to Iraq.

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20, 1956
+Jenlst>ncrkiibt7
Ions Made
Confab
Kor the inaugural
State of Israel
11 launch the in
paign for 1956 Feb.
Intel Seville in Mi-
rushed this week
office announced
1.000.
adopted by the
M after a call from
linister David Ben-
eatly intensified Is-
l Silver is the new-
hoard. He received
)r Joseph Schwartz,
of the Israel Bond
at $42,318,550 in
during 1955.
)f the achievement,
percent increase
fetal in Israel Bonds
liiw began reached
li Women, who will
U hostes-.es for
tion.il women's divi-
)n Feb. 4, will meet
Mrs. Anna Brenner
day.
ili/e plans for their
|with Mrs. Meyers,
I chairman of the
Jon, Greater Miami
State of Israel
fetal chairman for
Conference.
chairman of the
[organization, has ac-
of host chairman.
Page 7 A
:.'
turself
is New
Wares
and other basic
faking costume jew-
ever been seen in
mere included in a
kt to Tropical Hoo-
\V 27th ave.. Miami.
trade as "jewelry
are the tiny parts
earrings, brooches,
lecklaccs. They are
Icrcws. bar pins and
fhen assembled and
r .! t e d constitute
as costume jewel-
Tropical Hobbyland
Enough parts were
one shipment to
lx million pairs of
ver a million each
bracelets.
ne shipment is to
- entry into the
r jewelry findings,
baskets, artificial
fa shells.
is Tropical's un-
baaket selling for
Hollars which, when
feld cost at least
pe. Sea shell lamps
another fascinat-
v that gives pleas-
are available at
Craft Shop.
Rabbi Irving Uhrman congratulates newly elected officers of
Temple Emanu-El chapter of United Synagogue Youth at their
inataUation last week. Left to right are Joan Herman, recordinq
secretary; Lester Brickman, vice president; Ray Strauss, presi-
dent; Rabbi Lehrman; Carol Kratish. txeasuier; Harriet New-
man, corresponding secretary.
Grove Playhouse to
Make History With
Talluiah Bankhead
Coconut Grove Playhouse is
making history this week with the
first performances of Miss Tallu-
iah Bankhead as Blanche Dubois
in "A Sreetrar Named Desire." It
has been a long time since theatre-
goers have had an opportunity to
witness Miss Bankhead in such a
dramatic portrayal.
Miss Bankhead will ride Tennes-
see Williams' 'Streetcar'' for three
weeks in Miami, holding over
through Feb. 4.
Playright Tennessee Williams
has given his personal supervision
to the entire production, and ad-
mits that he has wanted Miss
Bankhead to play Blanche from the
very beginning. Williams recalls
that at the time he was an unknown ,
playwright, he hitchhiked from
New York City to Miss Bankhead's
country home, "Pound Ridge," to
interest her in his play.
[now, advisor to the Coconut Grove
Playhouse, finally got her to read
the script.
The Coconut Grove Playhouse
iven every possible conch
tion to this production since it will
have an engagement in New York
City following its Florida run. The
entire cast was hand-picked h> Mi
Bankhead, Williams and Herbert
Machiz, director, and includes
three members of the original com-
pany. Rudy Bond. Sandy Campbell
and Kiln a Thomas Also in the cast
are Gerald O'Loughlin, as Stanley,
and Frances Heflin. as Stella.
The remainder of the cast mem-
bers are: doctor. Bert Bertram;
nurse. Dorrit Kelton; Pablo. Lou
Gilbert; Steve. Bruno Damon;
Kunicc. lean Ellyn; and N<
woman. Vinnette Carrol.
Maxwell Silberman Installed
Anshe Ernes President
Maxwell Silberman was in-t,
pre-ident of Congregation Anshe
Emu last week at the congrega-
tion, 2343 Coral Way. Installing
She did \ officer was Rabbi B. Leon Hurwit/,
not see him, and had never read
"Streetcar" until Edward Good-
spiritual leader of Zamora Jewish
Center.
Four new directors of the Bank of Miami Beach discuss bank-
ing objectives for the coming year. Standing (left to right) are
vice president and cashier Charles M. Volk, hotelman Sam-
uel Rabin, attorney Charles Danton and builder Irving Feld-
man.
|M NOTICE
l*wt copy for pub-
Jewish Floridian
offic at 120 NE
by Tuesday noon.
r Publication, pho-
Id ba on our desks
5 p.m. Spiritual
"*h their sarvicas
Uligiout Diractory
to hava their
ica* aarly Moo-
ching The Jewish
these deadlines
|de for publication
, providing it
rthy.
Beach Bank Names
Four to Board
Ben Danbaam, chairman of the
board of the one-year-old Bank of
Miami Beach, Wednesday announc-
ed the appointment of four new
members to the Board of Directors
for the coming year.
Samuel Rabin, vice mayor of
Surfside and local hotel operator,
is a graduate of the University of
Miami.
South Florida builder Irving
Feldman has been a resident since
1940.
Charles M. Volk. vice president
and cashier of the bank, is a career
banker who started as a messenger
boy 24 years ago. He has been as-
sociated with the First National
Bank of Erie, Pa., the Broward
National Bank of Ft. Lauderdale.
and was vice president of both the
Peoples National Bank and Ameri-
can National Bank.
Charles Danton, Miami Beach
resident for the past nine years,
was brought up in the banking
world. His father was a career
Latin Musicale
To Benefit Children
Eastern Airlines Glee Club and
Alianza Interamericana have join-' *
ed hands to present five perform-
ances of a show, "The Latin Way,"
for the benefit of the Crippled
Children's Society on Jan. 21 and
22 at the Dade county auditorium
and on Feb. 4 and 0 at the Miami
Beach auditorium.
The Jan. 21 performance will in-
clude a matinee at 2:30 p.m. Cur-
tain time on all other dates is
8:30 p.m.
In rehearsal for almost three
months, the show is being pro-
duced by Ted Speidel and Daw
Rankine, leaders in Eastern Air-
lines' QtM Club of 50 members.
The cast numbers more than 100.
banker and at an early age during
summer vacations Danton worked
in various banking department in
his hometown. Now an attorney,
he is a member of the Dade County,
Florida and the American Bar As-
sociations.
The Bank of Miami Beach, in its
first annua I statement of condi-
tions as of Dec. 31. 1955. revealed
deposits of almost 64 million dol-
lars.
Located at 937 Washington ave.,
the Bank of Miami Beach features
the only drive-in teller window in
Miami Beach. D. Lee Powell, may-
or of Miami Beach, is president.
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Letters to the Editor



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Dr. Yshudi A. Cebee, 28. cut- HoA^J
,ura! anthropology in the de **WQ _
partment ol psychiatry a* ** i At Lotftl
Albert Einstein College oi Medi- *~ fc,,*0l
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Albert Einstein Collage
cine of Yoshiva University. has|sp ;ust besn named the recipient di-her Korum!
of the 1955 Socio-Psychologioal Jan 21. at
Award oi the American Aseo- "ICrman u,
ciation for the Advancement ok ogist and an m
Science. Dr. Cohen's entry. *roui Km**
which received the $1,000
award was entitled "Food and
its Vicissitudes: A Croes-Cul-
tural Study ol Sharing and
sharing in Sixty Folk So-
cie:
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December 31, 1955
RESOURCES
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31.159.538.52
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120. 1956
+Jmlsli fkrlfitn
[S
inday
^n. chairman of
jil i lib region,
of America, an-
iv lh;it an all-day
d by the region
Sunday evening,
Emanu-El.
man of the ar-
jittce is Dr. Her-
rho has announc-
Understanding
Movement."
|t> to he disCUastd
Hive Approach to
M Dynamic,"
tented by Rabbi
x, of North Shore
>n. which will be
Plaza hotel start-
i Irving Lehrman,
p. Temple Emanu-
'"The Significance
Kement to the Lo-
11 session. Rabbi
spiritual leader
Center, will <\\-
*vative Approach
the Lips or from
|n and concluding
made by Rabbi
lenberg, of Beth
Hon. Among com-
v. ho will partici-
har as discussants
5\;/. Manuel Berg-
Glickman, Harry
Sher.
Page 9 A
Blue Grass motel and a director of estimated 2.000 multiple Klerosia
* ,n; r. victims in the area, stated Mr,
l-unds raised will be used for l ., ., ...
irch, a much needed nursing
Merl M. Dunne, president of the
home ind for rehabilitation of tbeJlocal MS (,upter
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
5505 N.W. 3rd sl.
Phone MO 1-8201
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El,
congratulates Bert Tumpson, president of Temple Emanu-El
Young Adult Group, who was awarded a gold trophy for bsing
"Outstanding President of Young Adult Groups in Dade
County."
"rustee
Field
Miami
kselton, secretary
Irustees of Yeshiva
proctor of develop
>ert Kinstem Col-
arrived in Miami
et with national
lical college cam-
has coordinated
lade possible the
e Albert Einstein
York on Oct. 23.
for 30 years as a
d member of the
lan a dozen volun-
mtli Florida area.
the establishment
Id office of Yeshi-
pnstein College at
M C. Billig, for-
i ident, will be
office.
iormer assistant
[chairman of the
|Appeal and held
the Federation of
phropiea in New
t'JA from bank-
ed as president of
Bank of New
pars.
shortly before
^ opinion, this en-
tatest contribution
nunity has under,
commonwealth of
ile."
students began
Rtein College last
Hege is the core
Medical City, in-
[S45.000.000 Muni-
uter in New York.
Miami Prepares For CP Telethon
In an announcement Wednesday. Dooley. Jackie Pierre. Alec Gibson
Charles Netter. president of the | and other stars of show business
United, Cerebral P.-.lsy Association! in order that many more chil.
of Miami, said that the annual i dren may participate in the Tele-
United Cerebral Palsy Telethon ithon, on Sunday morning, the
wiH be telecast Saturday and Sun- Miracle Theatre "in Coral Gables
day, Jan. 21 and 22. over WTVJ and the Gatewav Theatre in Fort
for the purpose of raising $400,000
for operation of the United Cere-
bral Palsy clinic at 1812 SW 1st
St.
This modern 22.000 square foot
building will be buHt on land don
ated by the Dade county commis-
sioners at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital.
Medical supervision for the clinic
will be provided by the staff of
the University of Miami school of
medicine, according to Otto Fe-
nias. Telethon chairman
The broadcast will start at 10:30
p.m. in Miami Beach auditorium.
Master of ceremonies will be Miss
Toni C.ilman. radio and TV star.
Among other stars of stage, screen,
radio and television who will parti-
cipate in the show are Captain
Kangaroo and his CBS television
show, Miami's own Vagabonds,
sports celebrities Sam Sneed and
Ted Williams, The Treniers. Jim
IE WEEK... IS I SEE IT
Continued from Pogo 4 A
it mentioned many times in The Protocols of the
M Zhm,' promulgated at Zionist Congresses between
No daily newspaper in the United States dare tell
r) publisher knows there is A Great Jews Con-
th;it political Zionism is the instrument for its fulfill-
ed, the Arab Information Center has fallen victim to
The Story of Zionist Espionage in Egypt." the
f "Zionism and Communism are two distiri.
[Political objective- world domination. Both powers
I and in public without friction since the power in the
P'> go to Zionism '
p PI i> now receiving arms from the Communist world
Zionism, perhaps the plot is even more vast and
Ai .ihs imagine since, clearly, the Zionists would never
|Vf,neleast of all the Communi ts in destroy them-
re are infinite. Pity that the Arabs are not
Laudedale, will have a complete
Telethon starring at 8 a.m. Boys
and girls who live near these thea-
tre's may attend the Telethon and
receive gifts.
Senre 800 volunteers from South
Florida art busy with p're-telethon
work. Over 200.000 letters are be-
ing mailed to the people of this
area. An eight-section brochure
explaining the operation of the
Miami clinic and the needs of the
cerebral palsied of South Florida
is included fn this large mass
mailing.
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IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director
3 Motel Owners
Head MS Division
Three prominent motel owners
have been appointed to head the
motel division of the Greater Mia-
mi Multiple Sclerosis Association
$100 a plate gold key donor dinner
benefit on Sunday, Feb. 5, in the
Pompeii room of the Eden Roc
hotel, featuring Joe E. Lewis and
an all star show.
Heading the motel division are
David R. Porvin, owner of the
Ocean Shore motel and former
president of the Greater Miami
Beach Motel Association; Floyd L.
Brandes, co-owner of the Dunes
motel and president of the Greater
Miami Beach Motel Association;
and Jack Taub, co-owner of the
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MJRA MASKT
Busv iS^owiiig By Leaps and Bound
S
The Rod Sea port of Eili
Israel's mosl southerl) tip. has
>een much in the news lat<
bas become ^P"*"
ets to roar over -
n Egypt
ed jusl outsidi Israel's territorial
waters to pn
reaching the port in
lion oi .ill international lav
Eilal is the huh ol thai
Ahull S<
trom Israel lo -till the I
ippetite oi her hostile i
But all that doesn't botlu i
le who live thi i
suggi soutl C the
thej Th i
re busj d<
I- !
and settle there
plenty, oi opportui ities
pment.
Six years
thai lumbledowi
ow was all there was on thi*
'
S< a hi I British
post i -, L'mm I
'owing
rash Now smalltown to risen,
with V**b bouses" H
communit) building*. wdt
wiUi young Itees.
w,Oi md^uu rk and a
^weum; will
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ITU lit SCHWARTZ,
Most of Us Reallv aren't Generous Givers
ON THE NATURE Of MAN. An laaey jn prj
D9obrt D. Rune*. 10S pp. Ntw York
$3.50.
y HILARY MINDLIN
OACOBERT D. RUNES, whoso Treasury J
recently reviewed in this column, has increastd ?]
output with this, slender volume of ponderir.
is fascinated by enigma, and cai I
and tend forth widening npp|<, f
ti rested in both microcosm and macrocoaai
eing ne in the place o( the other ,irl of (
as it were, which reduces man to hi- i lii glory into a peanut-shell, mere spinning chaff mS
ol th,.
Momenta of rare beauty often result from thug.
.mo ol the more charming aspects of the hook i> tan
in which I>r Runes can make the point that man i
Man imagining that the universe evolved a a
i- like a breath taking the storming winds'*!
ol hi- vapor." he writes in a section called EvmujI
A roach lived in a clock and thought it knew illi
world because it watched and listened until it could!
Or, on all man's "meditations, bis fears, his lores agi
the timeless universe coursing through inlinite -t*t|
hut the dreams and doodlings of a blade of grass ml
The seas
- Our
their Yule -
i ur C'hanuka. Kmtj
jng prcser--
It i an old practice J ic b senl
:. brother I
Eliezer present*
the well.
I am reminded of the
the rabhi who had a tooth pi
He asked "What i- the chai
"Oh, jusl nuka
said the dentist.
'Thai
n't let
It is not thi


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Once hi
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was I had a
wim
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him
There ,- an art in gh ii
said ot Presid n n Hai
rison that he *
md ir. the act maki
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an Isr while
uld up a
, n try b> bui its indue-
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Moimomdrs
laon r hrla
THERE ARE, HOWEVER, less redeeming it*
I- Dr Hunes" peculiar system of anthropology
hi enae with what is already known and -lides pan
mented "fact" in realms where scientist- arc lull
inswen Thus a good bit of miMnformalion gets
rally accepted knowledge, which not quite i
difficult to tell where one staves off and the<
the reader is better equipped than tno
I>r Runes wems also to have aa^aunderstooi I
he is disturbed, for instance, to find fi-h -wimminitln'
k as their ancestors did millions of years ago 1h|
i\e evolution becomes rather hypothetical mi
unt hanged character of algae, molds and fungi thmatf
' Dr. Runes perhaps has forgotten that it i-ttti
species to disappear when some of its members eiektt
occasionally, the author gets earn. I away by bat
when his theory of lav leads him to say the law van
to imprison the masses. The law is the i rime l|
Dr Kiine- i* prone to a most tin philosophy failing: kef
..II his own values as he goes along, letting up qi
wer. and simply ignoring anything which
theor) he is carefully constructing.
i n the whole, one must take the book for what iti
lorl id philosophizing, the musing- ol 0M nuail
opinionated, sometimes rather quibbling.
It is Dr Runes' saving grace that he i- al o often
often inthyand always, interesting
CARSOS
The Ghost of Bandung is Still Stalki
K1YY t GROSSMAN
Great Myth of Arab Unitv
f tht Genei : .Wmblv
er crowded
I -aghos,
.-m.s.nd
'.; --
dung Confer.
h,(oean,eh,;, ( ,
" r ';' Aprils .ettogethcr



only
Two wholly unpn
happened in
Israel last week. One quickl}
< public knowlc
'he first time I en,:
yi U-. the Jordai ,vn,,
n Jordan's sid<
1 Wendell
lem stood with their backs
Israeltheir eyes and their
on. trained on their i wn (i
t' >
Murlier that same day, and tor
. same reason-, the Military
Commander of Jerusalem receiv-
ed a phone call from hi- counter-
; t in Jordan. Their conversa-
tion was brief but somewhat
u. u-ual.
Should you bo disturbed by
1. ms from across (he bord
explained the worried officer,
"please do not respondfor it
Will be a purely local affair'' And
indeed it was. The two-dav
rii Is which held sway in Jordan
irom the 19th to the 21st of De-
Ci nber were almost entirely dh>
'' ipon
rtfts wh,n the
TlTh' new
the worlds
lines
'" hi for the moment
at the deal
a, the IN
adopted at
,,.'".. "'- Arab bloc. Bu
.....nn, Uaeh.S
for tl
lunt M ,h"
VKHIS
"J'V'" n at the seams
-"'^ the hlOC
as its anti-Israel lobby here Buttsl
group as a lobby. Instead of rebi
votes belonging to members
one would need unity among all thj
sentatives. And unity u the one.
The Arabs themselves are far 1
Egypt is still shaking and keatagl
impress all and sundry that Camr
East Moslem world. It i simply asti
Pact line-up has been bitter tei W*
Then there are other memban
group who have really little
Arab bloc. The fight on admwSjM
is illustrative of this diusioa. J
when Turkey joined the Baadaljj
when it came to important bell
nected with the cold war. TurW]
Arabait was lined up with w'
was the Philippines, one of I
Bandung drum beaters
head
tO the 1-
which tears the
l"ns"'' more
Won: |
alon
or
this i,
UM..CI .
MUUS VU _
Moral Democracy Viewed
in
2.300 ft
irdai
-onisu rioted publich -,nn
noiemij "
J-JJ2 nd the honored legend
oi Arab unity u
rZuL*"""""' national,-,,
rebelbai agamst? The rea-on fr
the upsurgencc was the rJcJIh
Pac, Th hdad
Communist alliance which
ently binds Iraq. Tfk
a"- Iran and finally Br,t
Egypt declined to join.
publi .
preventing
ar and revolution has
about tall
snsai
cur
Pakis-
^m* *-**.
lieve
nggeata
'he sPrea(1
*'ll lead to
the
uu;,un,:.f,r"ri'"ng
--w-m me erttuo, 0, -- war BasicalU. he
ria" 'o-es. includm; Ton, of human,-
th'nk- ^ tmg, uni0Vha /^;^.be free-
* dfnw>cratic and
socialist parties to brin*
national law and of the world
At the same time, he receal
reforms in the I'nlted Watieea^
ing with various world probK"
devotes doastu of pages to
Jewish problem He nal>|W^
Nazi racist movement and oeu"-
m of the Nan racial ,r*ory|jr
the Nazi war crimes against J*wi
mentation. .
He advocates the preservatlH
Jews who escaped the S* *'
at great length on the role of
and culture in Israel


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Andron Dies m New York;
inder of Synagogues, Schools
. -^titfJT wWtit AMoun
Page 11A
Andron, a resi-
Jeach for more
kcl Monday in a
>rK UVJt- jit was
|f a family of rab-
Rabbi Andron
as an outstand-
Hcbrew scholar
many articles on
lerica.
)r. David S. An-
ilan Dead;
of Noted
Titus
tfman Kaplan, wife
Kaplan, rabbi
iple Israel, died
lidence, 1638 Nor.
i Beach.
bscrved her 81st
the and Dr. Kaplan
>th wedding anni-
ime here 30 years
inati. She was a
f the Sisterhood
and active in corn-
affairs.
^u kind, Mrs. Kap-
by two brothers,
of Roanoke, Va.,
lan. of Savannah,
listers, Mrs. Maude
p Etta Kauders, of
Lillian Olser, of
Fannie Steinberg,
i NHot officiated at
^plc Israel Sunday,
(ordon Funeral
Roach in charge,
the Temple Israel
Iceland Memorial
ir-< and members of
proctors of Temple
Wary pallbearers.
dron and Eli Andron, both of Mi-
ami Beach, are operators of the
Prince Michael hotel here. His
daughter, Mrs. Joaeph Mackovykv.
1* th* wffp of TonJlfVgafion Both
Tfilah's spiritual leader.
Other survivors are Philip An-
dron and a sister Judith Levitas,
who live in New York City.
Rabbi Andron was the founder
of the synagogue on Euclid ave
at 14th st., organizing Congregation
Jacob Joseph, which later changed
to Miami Beach Jewish Center and
Temple Emanu-EI. He also helped
organize Congregation Beth Tfilah
and the Hebrew Academy.
At the age of 20, Rabbi Andron
arrived in New York from Russia
and was one of the three original
organizers of the first Zionist Or-
ganization in America. He was also
a founder of the Yeshiva Isaac
Elchonon, now known as Yeshiva
University, and also the Yeshiva
Jacob Joseph, the oldest Hebrew
all-day school in the country.
from Inlon City, N.J., and rcaMM at
1 ..II Meridian ave. He ia mirvlv.l In
hi* wife. Kthel; n win. Herald, a broth -
r and l*ter. S. rvi. < Wfn- .Inn. 13
I Newman-Uor.l.hi Kuneral Home.
Ml.i mi lie.i. Ii
MRS. ANN LEWIS
71, of litot Indian Creek dr., died .Ian.
I- Service* and liurlal w.i. In MfW
Y..ik City, with Riverside-Beach Me
mortal <'hu|..-l. Waahlnaton ave. In
I'kiiiK* of in i .nineinants
Memorial Chapel. Alton Ml., with bu-
rial In t'inetnnatl
..... DAVE MILLER
... of JSO nth at., a Jewelrv sales-
man died Jan. X In a local hoiH>ltal.
< iiiiiik here from I'hlcavo two yeara
aeo. he N Kurvlved by hla wife. Alv.e;
a boh. Itonald; a dauKhter and iln.e
water Service* and burial wen- In
< hlcaKo, with Newman-Cordon Kune-
nU Home In charae of arruil*, iru-ntH.
IRVING M. CANNON
it, (oMimr Miami lleach rraMent. died
Ian. In Houston, Tea II. arai a na-
tKe of Lakewood, N.J.. and lived here
f* Mini la-fore movlna u> Houaton
five Mais ago, A World War I vel
ami inemhei of the American UkIoii
he Ih survived by hi wife, II
mil a dauKhter, Mr* Robert Mayer-
son Service* wen- Jan. in In- River-
Blde-Ben itntton ave with burial in Ml Nebo
( emetei %
DAVID FLORIN
;. of MM Booth Ocean dr., Holly-
wood, die i ran n Rei vice* and burial
were in r Itockaway. I.onic Inland.
NV. with Kiv.r-.il, -1;. a. Ii Memorial
Chapel, Normetnd) $*|*. In charge' ol
lin.il ai ranitemeni"
JOSEPH RABINOVITZ
II. of ll Jeffemon ave., dleil Jan. II
S.rvli.-. and bilrlal were In I'ltd-burgh.
Pa., with lUverHide-llem h Mi-mot i.il
Chapel, w.ishinuti.ii i\. in ebi
' i angementa
)ff Dies
Imheroff, widow of
fn>U. died suddenly
home in Chicago.
f. long-time winter
ii Beach, was the
| Sidney S. Shinder-
ine ave., Miami
liand is chairman
?f the Shinderman
orida. In addition,
by three son v.
nd Maurice Chim-
thicago.
MRS. BESSIE FELDMAN
63. a winter visitor from Clifton. N.J.,
died Fan. 12. Servleea and burial were
In New Jeraev. with Newman-Oordon
I ii Home. Miami Beach, in
rHarae Bf loi-at nrrnnitementa.
WILLIAMTaBRIE
.'..".. of :'74l s\v 1th at a wtiiitiiie
Irai lor. died in a local hoNpltal Jan. It
He can" liei,- ji >e*i* l(D f i om Lew- ,
laton. Me and l.i turvlVM bj hi* wife.*
a daughter, Itoealle. three broth-
era nnn a Hater Services were Jan
II at Qordun'a Miami chapel, with bu-
rial in Hajtlor Memorial Park.
BERNARD LIPPEL
S. of DM SW 7th t. died Jan 1<1
Id lli'i.m I nnerul Chapel was In i li.it
of l-.i al ai i .ingemetit*
MRS. EVA SKOLNICK
SO. of New N ..I k. died Jan 16. Rlver-
alde-l'.ea. h Memorial Pthi|iel. Waeh
Ington ave.. waa In chnnte of lf*ml
telnenta and shipment to New
Volk
ISIE SEIOEN
fr died in a hospital
re from New
|o and is survived bj
rpii three daustitet ,
gMn M ii lei it. id .iii.i
Jl i nine, and
I ind luirial weic
ritli Itiveraldc I
Normandy late, in
|*' i mm-ii..
HERZOG
I dud Jan. II In a
here _:( yeara ajco
IRVING CLASSER
' -1: : it -I id died Jan at his
home at the age of 67. He came here
li> ii I'.i uoklj n and i->
siiivived I., nia wife Birdie; a dnuah-
lei. Mis .1 Kl-ii. and daughter and
..ii n tin Ninth and four grandchil-
dren BervlcM und buiial were In
Brooklyn,
JACOB PEAL
71. of 7115 Miiimv ave.. Treasui la-
land. Who .iii.i- Inn five \e.lis .1*"
t;om New York, lnu.pll.il A member of the Monti, ellb
I'ark CongreKatlon, lie is Mtrvlretl h>'
Ills wife. Minnie a will, Stanle> and
four dauKhtei s. Mi- Motile Wasluiw.
Mis Cold,. I"l. i-hinan. Mrs. Thelma
Horn iiie in.I Mr Hetty Rubin. Berv-
iceea were Jan. at KJveralde-Beach
Ballet Theatre in
3 Performances
The University of Miami will pre-
sent the Ballet Theatre at the
Dade County auditorium on Thurs-
day and Saturday evenings, Jan. 26
and 28. A Saturday afternoon
matinee is also scheduled at 2:80
p.m.
The programs are being present-
ed here in conjunction with the
Ballet Theatre Foundation, Blev-
ins Davis, president. Directors are
Lucia Chase and Oliver Smith.
Presented at the three perform-
ances will be such outstanding and
internationally renowned artists as
Nora Kaye, John Kriza, Rosella
Hightower, Erik Bruhn, Hugh La-
ing. Lupe Serrano. Ruth Ann Koe-
sun, Eric Bratin. Sonia Arova and
Scott Douglas.
Also appearing will be Barbara
Lloyd, Job Sanders, Christine May-
er, Michael Lland, Catherine Horn,
Fexnand Nault and Enrique Mar-
tinez.
Under the management of Sol
Hurok, the productions are being
directed by Joseph Lcvine. with
Dimi Romanoff acting as regisseur.
Conductor will be Jaime Leon.
Thursday evening's performance
will include the great favorite,
"Swan Lake," by Tschaikowsky.
Also scheduled is "Dim Lustre," a
ballet by Antony Tudor, with mu-
sic by Richard Strauss. Pas de
Deux will be from "Don Quixote."
In addition, the program includes
"Graduation Ball," by David Lich-
ine, with music by Strauss.
Saturday matinee will feature
"Princess Aurora," muse by Tschai-
kowsky; "Pas de Quatre,v chore-
ography by Anton Dolin. with mu-
sic by Cesar Pugni; and "Fancy
Free," by Jerome Robbins, with
music by Leonard Bernstein.
Evening performance will in-
clude "Giselle," scenario by Theo-
phile Gadtier on a theme by Hein-
rlch Heine, with music by Adolf
Adam; and a report of "Princess
Aurora."
a^ea^ai a? ^e^ae ^^emea.4eaae*,tf4e*^
i*iTe'5wi Mnnounccs
For Commission
An "open door" policy of county
government is advocated by Edwin
L. Mason, waH-known Miami at-
torney and former Justice of the
Peace, who an
nouneed his can
didacy this week
for the Board oi
County Commis
sioners, Distncl
2, in the sprinj
elections.
Mason, wh<
said that he wil
also work foi
immediate devel
county's deep water port facilities.
to make Miami a port comparable
with New Orleans, settled rumors
he would run for other offices by
announcing for county commission.
"I feel that I can best serve
the people of this county as com-
missioner, and wiH devot* my full
time to the job if elected."
LNAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKItKIIY CIVKN that
the underalRned, deal ring to engage In
under the f;. tltlous name of
' lli i| I :KA I I1AK. at 172 Uiralda \
run. Coral liables. Intcndn to reisia|
wlfti the clerk of the cir-
cuit Com t of |)ad< CounC I,on la
Moititis ki:i:\i:i;
si,i:h <;ai;s
Attorneys for Applicant
opment of Dade
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^""'"dft
[Moeller. Winton L. Moeller, camp director, and
nold, owner, are shown looking over the proqram
Hal reunion of Qamp Cariyle in Hendersonville,
'nday in the Aladdin room of the Algiers hotel,
ipers and their families enjjoyed the festivities,
ownership and direction fcr the past nine years,
' njoys a large clientele in the Miami area.
Byrons Display
Helps Curious
If you're curious to see how
$100,000 in csisp. new $1 bills
looks, just go down to Byrons any
day this week and see the display
of lovely green in their Flagler st.
window.
It's the amount of money that
would be yours if* you were a lucky
winner on Speidel's TV show, 'The
Big 6urpri.se."
One hundred thousand dollars in
singletons weighs about 300
pounds. And if one stack wers
made of them all, it would be 31
feet high.
You can look all you want, but
you musn't touch, for the money
is in Byrons' window through the
courtesy of the Pan-American
Bank, whose guards will be on duty
to restrain anyone who gets wrong
ideas.
The $100,000 will be on display
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m when it will
be returned to the Pan-American
Bank for the night.
Luncheon Sessions Open
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami starts its seasonal
get-together luncheons Monday,
Jan. 22, at th Raleigh hotel. Guest
speaker will be Dr. Beialel Sher-
man, well known lecturer and so-
ciologist Ehiel Lesowoder will
preside. Jacob Fishman will lead
communal singing.
ANNOUNCEMENT
The Greater Miami
Chevra Kadisha and
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emeth
proudly announce their official
affiliation with
Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel
MIAMI BEACH
Riverside Memorial Chapel
MIAMI
Beach Memorial Chapel
MIAMI BEACH
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Some 250 prominent socialites, members of
iWestview Country Club, were present last week at
J the first of three fashion shows slated by club
[ladies during the '96 season. Mrs. Ruth (E.I.) Blum,
[entertainment co-chairman, and Bobboo (Mrs. Roy)
[Schechter, fashion show chairman, received guests
jfor the showing of Burdine's Ilialeah fashions. .
unseasonable weather (Florida talk for freezing),
rg, wife of the entertainment co-chairman, wore
with matching sweater. "But I'm glad I brought
i angora coat," Mrs. Rosenberg bravely explained...
navy blue shantung and beige, while Bobbee
ther. Mrs. Sidney Mayer- -wife of Westview's presi-
Isister, Pat (Mrs. Charts*) Goldstein, in the family's
Bf "down-fronters," Mrs. Baron (Polly) da Hirsch
Itess at a table in a dress of black wool appliqued
eves. Polly's guests included Hop* Stokes, Mrs. Sam
William Stubblefield, who chose a gold dress made
ill Wolfson's guest was Mrs. Sam Ruby, of Chicago,
pen by friends chatting with Mrs. Hal Pelten at the
lr. Harold Landfield, wife of Westview's immediate
was also among Mrs. Pelton's guests. .
Fishman was hostess to Mrs. Helena Wigman, Mrs.
[Mrs. Claude Renshaw and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub.
enjoying the gay fashion affair was wife of noted
Wolfson.
Glnsburg has been busy writing notes home telling
it it's freezing in Waltham, Mass. .
ist be cold in Waltham, campus site of Brandeis
other reasons these days. For noted novelist and
tv member Ludwig Lewisohn passed away while on a
rai-ation only two weeks ago to leave a sad vacancy
ipue-ita Barbara's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion
rairie ave. Ruth's president of the Miami chapter
Ifty s National Women's Committee. .
>ori* Levy have given up their Lakeview dr. home in
Miami. .
bought a four-acre tract, and they plan to build a
there. .
>ori* have been out of town with their world cham-
lakeen King Doodles, who competed for a blue ribbon
in Tallahassee, Clearwater, Tampa, St. Petersburg
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ich's Robert B. Levins are proudly telling friends of
eve arrival to their family. She's pert Susan Lee...
the former Juanita Kahn, of Hollywood. Fla. Inci-
|i- the noted executive of Standard Chemical Co. here.
joj urandparents are long-time Miamians Mr. and
in. .
|ius H. Miner, of Chicago, one of the foremost author-
lile delinquency and divorce laws, came in from a
M vacation to stay at the Saxony hotel prior to his
[Wmdy City. .
lrning at the Seville was Mrs. Hannah Block, whc.se
fowden, was recently named 1956 Maid of Cotton. A
C resident, Hannah helped groom Pat for the title.
Cohen* are back from their brief vacation in Cuba's
Ch .
)rty were the Harry Blumins and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Jof Claire Weintraub, her appearance at Westview's
tg last week followed her return from Dallas in her
lairman of Dadc's Mothers' March on Polio. .
her Dallas flight was only the beginning of busy
i with Mrs. Nestor Morales on plans for the Mothers'
division fiesta cocktail Friday at the Flamingo hotel...
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r*ns, noted entertainer of radio and television, head-
|ram at Westview's CJA annual dinner Sunday. Joey
roam golf tourney which was to be held Thursday
featuring the nation's top stars in golfdom. .
I.v, he recently returned with wife Cindy Heller from
1 Cindy and Joey were received by the young re-
litical leaders. .
e talking about Beach Councilman Bernie Frank's
ipement to entertainer Marion Colby. .
en saying that he and Marian expect to tie the knot
ceremonies in the near future. .
lower will honor bride-elect Shaloma Shawmut at Fu
[daughter of Prairie ave.'s J. L. Shawmut'*. Her fiance
Lesaner. Some 18 guests at the affair will be hosted
>lph Shevech and Mrs. Leonard Barr.
"*. Irving Cohen, co-owners of the Di Lido hotel with
ncd from their Havana holiday in time to entertain
M publisher William Randolph Hearst, Jr., and Tex
enl of Chrysler Corporation. .
n' Moulin Rouge room was the meeting place of
aozen United States senators and congressmen as the
industry and national road builders headquartered
ons at the Di Lido. .
?n also took time out to go to the final three days at
with Mrs. Cohen's suede outfit both smart and warm
*nt cold spell. .
hia s Davle) Prkedlende are at the Saxony hotel for
Dave's vke president of Food Fair Store*. ..
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
Friday, January 20, 1956
Section B
Winter captures the keynote of Westview
Country club's first fashion show of the '56
season. Wool suits, furs and hats>not so
strange for Miami these daysare featured
in this photograph last week of lovely West-

viewers (left to right) Mrs. Bernard Wall,
Mrs. Laurence Levenson and Mrs. David
Fleeman. Two subsequent luncheon-time
fashion shows are slated for the remainder
of the season.
White House Report on Their Agenda
*Jri. OevM c
Social Club Program
Cleveland Social club will meet
at Hibiscus auditorium Wednesday
evening, Jan. 25. Seympur Lieb-
man. president of the Southeast
region of the Zionist Organization
of America, will be guest speaker.
Card party follows. Entertainment
chairman is Ben Katz.
Mrs. Aaron Farr, president of
the Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations, this week announc-
ed Conference's Thursday, Jan. 26,
luncheon meeting from 11 a.m. un-
til 2:30 p.m. at the Algiers hotel.
A highlight of the program will
be a report of the recent White
House conference on education in
Washington by two local partici-
pants and Conference members,
Mrs. David Catsman and Mrs. Louis
Glasser.
Gov. LeRoy Collins personally
appointed Mrs. Catsman and Mrs.
Glasser to be a part of the Florida
delegation.
"Both women are widely recog-
nized for their services in com-
munity and state educational and
welfare projects, and Mrs. Catsman
was especially active in the Florida
conference on education which
preceded the national conference,"
Mrs. Farr explained.
The lighter side of the program
will be a "What's My Line" skit
complete with an outstanding per-
sonality as the "mystery challen-
ger." Guest challengers will repre-
sent the constituent organizations
which comprise the CJWO. The
four past presidents of Conference,
the Mesdames Benjamin Meyers,
Louis Glasser, Irving Lehrman and
Milton Sirkin, will act as panelists.
Mrs, A. Frank Wellins is program
chairman. Reservations may be
made with Mrs. Harry Kaufman
and Mrs. Hannah Cohen.
CJWO is the coordinating organ i-
zation for most of the Jewish wom-
en's groups in Dade and Broward
counties. Conference membership
is automatically conferred on all
members of the constituent groups.
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ThougB .**] <*n 'mtf on :i ..hip
by yourself" it took at lea.st ;i two-
some to prfi admission to the mem-1
lir lirtms-aiicwmeinher luncheon
-poiisored by North Shore chapter
of B'nai B "rith Women nt the home \
of Mrs. B. Robbins. 8200 Hawthorne
ave.. on Thursday.
An afternoon of cards followed
the luncheon, which was one in a
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DiLido Appoints
Social Director
The Di Lido hotel on Miami
Beach has a new social director, ac-
cording to IrvinK and Saul A.
Cohen, owner -
nanagcr- She is
Mrs. Nila de Mai
evjlle, formerly
iodfal director at
he famous Sekon
Lodge* at Saran
ac. N.Y.
A native of
Paris, France,
Mrs. de Malle-
ville moved to
Montreal. Q u e -
Mrs. 4t MullevUlt bee. 17 years ago.
, series of events arranged to spark During World War II. BOS beamed
the chapter's current membership
drive Mrs Robbins. as hostess,
took reservations for members ac-
companied b> new and prospective
members. President of the chapter
is Mrs. George Baltuch
...
January meeting of the North
Shore chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will take place Monday
afternoon, Jan. 23, at the North
Shore Jewish (enter.
Following a brief bout of busi-
ness, there will be a tournament
broadcast-, at N'a/i occupied France
over the Voice of Canada radio
network
she moved to Santa Barbara.
Cal.. in 1947. and was named social
'ant in the banquet depart
ment of the Fontainebleau hotel
in 1954 She remained there until
receiving her appointment at the
Di Lido hotel.
Her husband is a former man-
ager of the Cabana Pavilion at the
Fontainebleau, and Mrs. de Malle-
ville has a son now serving as an
card party. Winners in this, a semi-1 Air Force cadet at Lowry Field,
committee of the Sponsors'
n Beach prepares invitations
>ined Jewish Appeal event on
fn with co-chairmen Mrs. Sam-
uel Lipton and Mrs. George Goldberg
((seated) are Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. John
Serbin, Mrs. Leo Chaikin, Mrs. Joseph M.
Rose and Mrs. Joseph Lipton.
art Teams Symbolize Humanitarian Activity
l series of Worn-
functions are now
)ark fund raising
crisis Combined
[campaign.
Simonhoff. Divi-
fciews the response
(women volunteers
[of amaaing."
Ireds of women,
residents of the
(Miami and Coral
(nities, have en
n the Hope Team
tarn of the drive.
ing committees in
onsors Tea fimc-
ld simultaneously
and Coral Gables
doldherg and
Iplon arc co-chair-
iiuors' event at
he held in the
home of Mrs. Lipton. 6535 Alli-
son rd.
This Beach function, second in
importance only to the initial
Patrons' Tea held earlier this
week, will be directed by six vice
chairmen and working committee
of over 80 women.
The vice chairmen of the Hope
Team committee are the Mes-
dames Joseph Berman. Leo Chai-
kin, Joseph M Lipton. Joseph
M. Rose. John N. Serbin and Carl
Susskind. They will meet Friday
morning at the home of Mrs.
Berman, 5767 Alton rd.
On Tuesday morning the Heart
Team planning group met for a
coffee at the home of Mrs. Moe
Feingold in Bay Heights, and a
second coffee has been scheduled
by the same unit at Mrs. Fein-
s home on Monday. Jan. 23
"We cannot ask refugee famil
ies in North Africa to waitor
anxious aged and children to post-
pone their entry into hospitals,
orphanages and homes for the
Aged." said Mrs. Simonhoff, re-
iterating the pressing need fox a
swift campaign.
"The job must be done quickly
and with glowing results," she
said. Mrs. Simonhoff announced
that final committee appoint-
ments would be made within the
next IP days, to push for comple-
tion of all women's fund raising
by March.
In the meantime, fii.'t action
group of the traditional Luncheon
Unlimited event met Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Inez Krensky,
4955 Delaware ave. This colorful
women's program attracted near-
ly 2,000 at the Beach Auditorium
last year.
final event, will be awarded prizes
and will also be eligible to com
pete for the grand prize in a final
event at a later date.
Mrs. Benjamin Kimmel is chair-
man.
*
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of
B'nai B'rith will hold a rummage
sale all day at Steven's Market.
6209 NW 27th ave., Jan 23.
The chapter also plans a paid-up
membership affair at Home Milk,
Inc.. 2451 NW 7th ave. on Wednes-
day evening, Jan. 25.

A square dance and buffet sup-
per will be held by the West Miami
B'nai B'rith Women on Saturday,
Jan. 28, at the American Legion
Hall. 303 Alhambra Circle.
Colo.
North Dade PTA
Plans for Purim
Meeting of the North Dade
Jewish Center PTA will be called
to order by Mrs. Harold Shopmaker.
president, on Monday evening, Jan.
23, in the social hall of the Center
Mrs. Charles Cole, hospitality
chairman, and third grade mothers
will be hostesses for the evening.
Plans are progressing for a gala
Purim carnival and barbecue to be
held at the Center on Sunday. Feb
26. This event has as its chairman
Mrs. Arnold Stern with Mrs Maur-
ice Neu and Mrs. Irving Cohen as
co-chairmen.
Highlight of the carnival will be
the crowning of a king and queen
Beth II Ladies Will Hear
Review by Rabbi Swirsky
Beth Kl Sisterhood will sponsor
its next book review dessert lunch
jeon on Wednesday afternoon, Jan.
2."). in the Pora Au-.iist auditorium
of Congregation Beth F.1.
I>r. S. T. Swirsky will review
"The Prophet." by Sholem Asch.
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1 s maternal and paternal grandparents flew
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Faye Koch, president of the Obh-at.on J ^
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Of Sisterhood Fete
"Glamora la Temple Emanu-
El" was the fashion show theme
arranged by program chairman
Mrs. Jules P. (.'banning for the
Saxony s dessert luncheon Wednes-
day, honoring the PTA of the Tem-
ple's Sisterhood.
Mrs. Channing announced that
this is the last Sisterhood meeting
prior to the Sisterhoods big annual
concert Feb. 8. starring Met vocal-
ists Elaine Malbin and Eugene
Conley.
Svl# \r> bf vipwert a-e in the
pe^&onal wardrobe of Sisterhood
.nennKrs. in the promenade list
are Mrs Saul Genet, Mrs. Murry
Rabbi Caplan to be Speaker
Rabbi Jonah Caplan, spiritual
leader of Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion, will be guest speaker at an
adult education class in Jewish his-,
tory of Monticello Park Contra"*'
tion Tuesday evening, Jan. 24. His
subject will be "Can One LiW a
Jewish Life in America?"
Hidall Christmas (seated right) signs proclamation
i. 24 as Stephen Wise-American Jewish Congress
is Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spiritual leader of
Congregation. Standing are Mrs. Benjamin Kamen
Bent, and Mr'. Louis Haiiner, vice president, of the
ier, AJCongress Women's Division.
mviSION IN UNIQUE PROGRAM
BB- .....
Honors Stephen Wise Memory
P is' American Jewish Congress Day. proclaimed by Gov.
t and Mayors Randall Christmas and D. Lee Powell, is
Hsday. Jan. 24.
evening, the Florida Women's Division of AJCongress
c memory of Stephen Wise at a "Congress-orama" in the
I The unique program will include a novel presentation by
Hrs of the area.
Haptcr will present a skit, and reservations are being han-
e.Mlames Philip Brummer, Charles Feinberg. Larry Fried-
n Kamen and Louis Haffner.
besigner Will Lecture
bf (oral Gables Jew-
Hi I meet Wednesday,
Center.
f)i of Pansy's Florist,
will entertain with
I
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mh luncheon
oup of lladassah
annual Youth Aliyah
Ihe Seville hotel on
Jan. 23. Kcserva-
are Mrs. Samuel
a display of her floral arrange-
ments.
"Pansy" is known throughout
North and South America as in-
structor of floral arrangements.
She was in charge of flower design
for the recent dinner here honor-
ing Ambassador Abba Eban of Is-
rael and is especially known for
her 'Tree of Orchids" and "Cham-
pagne Glass of Orchids."
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Wednesday
Vh chapter. B'nai
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Wnesday, Jan. 25, at
Mel.
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oters Will
tion Need
ds in Education"
iy Mrs. Seymour
or of elementary'
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WHITE-HAIRiDjm.MaUS TAKES ON ANOTHER JOB
Woman Attorney, Civic and Business Leader Heads Group
Climaxine n Ion* i-nrH r <%. _.
mi
Mrs. litfci
krca aie invited to
Ion. which will fol-
korterence of board
i- Hialeah, Coral
I ii i I Miami Beach
B; 1'i.f auditorium at
b has recently re-
^'a>hini{ton. where
National White
Irv on Kducatkm as
Iii will conduct a {
|k'. r period at the
it I.awson is in
ting
Its monthly.
I
ames
minsky
i'uidman, executive
Udman's Crown ho-
annnunced the ap-
ks Judy Kaminsky
or for the hotel.
a. who for the past
* been the social
famed Grossinger's
York, also served
as director of ac-
I.ake Camp.
Oown hotel, she
charge of the full
-'gncd to provide
1th pleasure round-
Climaxing a long record of
service to Jewry and Israel, Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers Wednesday
accepted the position of chairman
of the women's division of the
Greater .Miami Committee for
State of Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Meyers' appointment, to
succeed Mrs. Monte Selig, was
announced by Jacob Sher, chair-
man of the Creator Miami Com-
mittee. He paid tribute to Mrs.
Sclig "for more than a year of
unequalled devotion to Israel
Bonds which produced record
sales among the .women of our
community.'' s;
Mrs. MeVers, a member of the
Dade county board of public in-
structim and vice chairman of
the school board, holds an im-
pressive list of offices, present
and past, but it is her dynamic
energy which inspires hundreds
of her friends and fellow workers
in public, civic, religious and
business matters.
She is regarded as the dean of
women lawyers in the South, and
is now vice president for the
United States of the International
Federation of Women Lawyers.
She also was treasurer of the
body for three years.
Mrs. Meyers, whose husband,
Ben, is himself a community civic
leader, is the past national treas-
urer of the National Association
of Wonien Lawyers. She was fhr
first state president of the Florl
da Federation of Women Law-
yers, serving for two years.
She maintains an active law
practice from her Lincoln rd. of-
fices and has time to help her
husband in his role as treasurer
and co-owner of- Miami Bottled
Gas Co. She has been an ardent
Zionist since her college days at
Columbia.
Today Mrs. Meyers is an officer
of the Zionist Council for South
Florida, maintains a steady inter-
est in Hadassah, serves on the
executive committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and participates actively in Israel
Bonds.
She was a Sponsor of Israel in
1954 and again in 1955, and has
also accepted the position of
chairman of the hostess commit-
tee for the national women's di-
vision meeting at the inaugural
conference for Israel Bonds slated
Feb. 4 at the Seville hotel.
Mrs. Meyers will select a group
of Greater Miami women to serve
with her on the hostess commit-
tee at a meeting to be held next
we in-her hoe.
She came to Miami in 1934 and
two years later became a member
of the Miami Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Club. For
three years she was state legis-
lative chairman for the Florida
Federation of Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Clubs.
One of her most cherished hon-
ors was the national service
award presented by her sorority.
Iota Alpha Pi. She is now chair
man of the Miami Beach library
board.
Mrs. Meyers was honored after
three years as president of Jewish
Family Service, of which she was
the initial woman president.
In 1937, she was one of 18 wom-
en from Hadassah selected as an
official delegate to the World
Zionist Congress. Mrs. Meyers
served as a president and district
director of Hadassah in New
York.
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In 1946-47, Mrs. Meyers was co-
chairman of the women's division
of the Combined Jewish Appeal,
having responsibility for Miami
Beach.
She was the first president of
the Conference of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations of Dade and
Broward counties, serving for
two years. Mrs. Meyers has been
an active member of the board of
directors for the Jewish Home
for the Aged here, and was chair-
man of the admission committee
A member of the Florida Bar
since 1936, and of the New York
Bar since 1932. she lives at 802
West DiLido dr. It isn't hard to
tell that with her new and princi-
pal assignment on the Israel
Bonds campaign, she won/t be at
home too often.
Card Party Tuesday
Miami Beach chapter of Miz-
rachi Women will hold a card party
on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 24, at
the Blackstone hotel. Mrs. Lillian
Ackerman and Mrs. B. Fisher are
co-chairmen. Assisting are Mrs
Joseph Brenner and Mrs. F. Lustig.
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein is chapter
president.
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44til Prairie ave.
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.friday, Jan
j tL Weafm of So** QW* *<**
<-S VI iwiK. m ^>-+>wm i v irjans. wjves club hrU their January mp
/<
Miss Judith Maigolis. Bride of Ah in
Hoffman, (iiven in Marriage b\ ijaa
Ob*. inmlriiUc by ,her father. Spnn.v Md.. brother
Judith Phyllis Margolis be, groom
came the bride of Alvin Landy man
Hoffman on Saturday eveing, Jan. Margolis
Ushers were Barnel N
Margolis and Michael JJ
brothers 01 the bride,
mule
f^fi^a"SBlLS Albert N ^.-O^^S
Ivxonish and Cantor Samuel Hole- of the bride, Harry B
mer, of Temple Beth Sholom. per- Thomas (.card and Louis Verneu,
tron of .
The Bramow. sister of the groom, 5U-
all wore pale
nied the double ring candlelight Jr
"SB,, is the daughter of MrJcreenberg of Brjo^
Mrs Solomon Mar,.,;,. 1672 Susan Stahl. of Miami B.
Daytonia rd. Miami Bead., for- iron
rly oi Brookline, Mass
om is the son of Mrs. Rae Hoff- ver Springs
Decor of the wedding was pink, in tones of pink ">'""
Best man The bride WON a white im|
Silver chantill) lace over pink nylon tulle
gown, featuring a petal neckline
reembroidered with iridescent se-
quins and -eed pearls and long
w. t.'wn-: point. The entire
The engagement of Patricia Ann gown was embroidered with iri-
and Mrs. descent sequins and seed pearls
kin with
with accents of violet.
was Stanley Bramow,
of
Miss Rokaw to Wed
Medical Student
R< kaw, daughter ol Mr.
Itin Rokaw, 4540 Pine Tree dr..
M ami Beach, to Robert S. Liebe
t has been announced by her
nts.
he brid< groom-to be is the -on
i Mr and Mrs. Louis Liebeskind, crown
pearls. The bride carried two white
an.I very bouffanl skirt with sun-
burst of nylon tulle extending into
a cathedral tram
Her four-tiered French Illusion
fingertip veil was attached to a lace
embroidered w 11 h seed
Mr$. Afvin Hoffman
oi Mobile, Ala.
Miss Rokaw era luated from Mi-
Beach high school and is in
her sophomore year at th<
pity ol Alabama, where she is a
i mber ol Sigma Delta Tau social
s rarity.
ilr I
orchids with purple throats sur-
rounded by pale pmk phelanopsis,
orchids and lilly.ot the -\ alley.
For something borrowed, the
bride used a Bibli lint lace
handkerchief and blue garter, all
ol which were worn bj her mother
.. | ,, rsit; | A abama ai d is on her wedding daj 25 yeai
lical
at Birmingham. He 1- a
member of Kappa \.i fraternity.
c Miple are planning a late
ding.
1
The bride is a graduate ol the
Brimmer and Ma) School ol B
She attended the I'tll-
versit) Of Miami. The groom at-
tended the University oi Man land
served with the 1 s Navj in
v. ar II
Vfter reception and formal
dinner at the En n I tel, the
couple departed (or Jamaica, Haiti,
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
They will make their h me in
Washington, 1><
Ph\ sicians' Wives Club held their January meeting a. ,. j
Mrs. Theodore Strwhl, 44 Star Lsland. Mi.. Selma K.tml, '
presented a fashion show for the MD ladies. Attract*,
and versatile ensembles were modeled by Mr.. Bern*,"
Maurice Edelman, Mrs. Howard ln*le, Mr.. David p^. *j
m0r Rubin and Mrs. John Schur*. .
Matinee musical under the auspices of Miami Music (
with North and South groups, will be held at the Mu
,,1 \menca in Coral Gables on Wednesday afternoon rw
(he affair are Mr.. Allie B. Rendlemen and Mr.. Charla.c.7
Program chairman and coach Mr*. Harlen* Worrow wil'
pianologue composed by Mana-Zucca. Harlant will accona
Ann Spactor, coloratura; Charles Leak, tenor; and Frtd |
tone. .
MOTS f*0M fVftyiWIMI MOTtD ATTOtMtrs
Guests of the Charles H. Alters at the Chase ave. hgsJ
mother Mr.. Sarah Alter, of Cleveland. Friends report!
will tx at St. Francis Hospital for several weeks Mist Elk*]
visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Rosenberg, of 1112 SW|
Elian', a June '55 drama major graduate of the University cA
is currently with the NBC personnel department in New Yoil
Her folks are the Joseph Burke, of Baltimore, a noted couple]
own nuht Both are attorneys, Joe having graduated froa|
and Sarah from Goucher. Sarah will join mother J
during Elian', three week stay here. .
Singing star Marguerite Plane and her manager. "Mtoj"|
were la t week with long-time friend Ban Gainst L
Ronde room of the Fontainebleau. Mrs, Paulina Jacob., ol]
Bsplanada, is at home recuperating after two weeks spent ia]
Hospital. ..
IliHiSS AT AN fmOaWtWOfT TIMf STVMNTS OUT WKT
Sad part of this tale is that Paulino's friends, the Ham;I
Neck I. I had come to Miami to celebrate their
iry with her jifst when Paulino became ill. .
Among the 12.800 students enrolled in Washington ft
14 schools this semester are Kenneth Jay Rosenberg and
ram Smith. Ken', the sen of the L. I. Rosenbergs, 525 We
Stan, whi resides at 1020 93rd st. Bay Harbor Islands, is 11
: Medicine there. .
Dade Auditorium Sparkles With'
Socialites, Diamonds at Opera

Quartin, Bernstein
Exchange Vows;
Will Live in Gabies
In a candlelight cen
urday, Jai 7 rs hotel,
M Barbara M> rna Quartin,
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Edward
Quartin, became thi of
Samuel son of Mr
Mrs [rvl Rabbi
eph Nan.'
ficiated at the 7 p m. 1
Best man was Alvin Ross I'shers
were Herbert Quartin, Si
Quartin Rob rl Mi an 1 Howard
Sharlin
Matron ol honor was Mr- i;
: the groom Brides-
mai!- were Mis. Gloria
and Miss Adru 1 1 nils
^
Mrs. Samuel Bernstein
Miss Patric.'o Rokaw
Miss Yankow
For
Plans
March Wedding
.".larch is the time Phyllis Irene
Yankow mour Levin
Peretz to be Discussed
Another in 'I..- series ol lectures
red bj the Hebrew Teachers'
Avs,l('; ter Miami w.n
be held at Temple Emanu Q religi
school Saturd
dl
Kin: His Life
Liters
The bride selected a gown of 21. J wj
pure silk brocade with a i
lenghth train Her
fashioned with a rounded neckline.
' '"' as well as the short
'- with flowei | --------------------------m___ p.
the same material, !
cial opening night of Moz-
art- tuneful "Cosi Fan Tutte." pre-
i in English by a headline
rs was Tuesday
In the Dade count) auditorium.
But. according to the advance
reservation list for the .second per-
formance on Miami Beach from Dr.
Arturo di Filippi. director of the
opera Guild, Beachitea were plan-
ning on their own opening night
on Thursday. Jan. 19. in the Miami
Beach auditorium. Their finest
jewels and furs were wdrn this
evening to complement the visiting
stars. Blanche Thvhom. Eleanor
Sti er, Bryan Sullivan. Frank
Guarrera, Virginia MacWatters and
John Brownh i
Prominent music-lovers who
attended the Jan. 19 performance
included Mr and Mrs. Joseph
Weintraub, Mr and Mrs. David
Hochberg, Dr and Mrs. Meyer B.
Marks Mrs Clement Restin, Mr.
and Mrs Mitchell WoUaoO, Mr. and
Mrs Milton Weiss, r and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Mr and Mrs. Leonard
W i. n and Mr Beajamin J Zino.
Ir and Mrs. R W. Apte.
Mr and Mrs Leonard Aness. Mr
Will The ver\ full

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annoum
their sopha
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Mrs Banm de Hirsoh Meyer.
Mr and Mr- Leo Robtnaoa, Mr.
and Mr- Sara Becker, Mr. and Mrs.
Bertman, Mr and Mrs.
M Hulsh, Mr and Mrs Eugene
I Mr and Mrs. Paul Hex-
Mr- L II Jucobson
Mr and Mrs William J. Kap-
to play the mle of
Mozart's famous satire.
fully interprets the rolei
ter. who though her
staunch, weaken- when
is reputedly off to the
Her sister. 1 lorabella,J
mezzo-soprano. Blanche
is also sure to delight
lovers. As the grtaM
fickle maiden. Miss
has also won fame for i
tive Delilah, plays the rokj
silly maid beautifully.
Baritone Frank Guen
the demanding role of I
lover to Firdihfii. in
satirical Teaaoa for
Guarrera. who's a men;
of age. has appeared morH
the Metropolitan than aaj
baritone
Famous for her sparl
pretation of coloratuni i
ginia MacWatters. is tkl
maid. Despina, lends
interpreting some of
brilliant arias in this
on reality.
John Brown lee. bariM*]
Alfonso, the elderly
sible for proving that
fickle in "Lesson for
won plaudit- over tt*<
his sensitive singing
cult role.
1 who ha* won
"in lor her ver
is unusuall) suited
i the Df>

JM Auxiliaries Plan ror
[vents Here Next Week
24. the
i the
the
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Tuesday. Jan.
Jewish Madera Coral G
V ar Veterans, will hold a social___._
rreeting at the Coral Cables Jewish
< iter.
Wednesday. Jan 25. Norman
Dixie Picture Frame Co.
3S40 N.W. $4th St.
Brown Post and Auxiliary uSSSH^ J"SSS ^ho'' Mam
" K"M -:---------- ;n connec-
\\ 1 hold a joint rally
1 a with their annual
tlated Monday. Feb. 6.
tag day.
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20. 1956
to Honor
iller
Ion son of Mr. and Mrs.
2952 South Miami ave.,
I B,r Mil/vah. Saturday
,n 21. at the Hebrew
Rabbi Alexander S.
jffiriate.
Mitzvah will conduct
ind will read the
ibbalh portion from the
Hshth grade student at
! v. |emy, was awarded
[ledal for the "Youth of
jjlh" in November. 1955
Miami Beach Exchange
Cromplished pianist. Jay
I memory contest
by the Women's Sym-
j is I member of the
hectors of the Academy.
is financial secretary.
amber of the board of
if the Hebrew Academy
****** fhrMt%n
the services. Kiddush
;\& at the Academy in
je Bar Mitzvah.
|wn ki"'''-,s Wl" ** EI'
of Fitchburg. Mass.;
leedman, Herbert Gut-
and Mrs Oscar Nudel-
on. Harold, all of Chica-
r. uid Mrs David Miller.
L ( aid and Mr. and
el FYii dman. Miss Violet
. in Oppenheim
i'.ton Berliner. Chicago.
Student Will
|r Mitzvah
Mr and Mrs. Sam
(rill become Bar Mitzvah
| rning services,
Beth David Synagogue.
|u>t R isenberg will offi-
Cantor William I.ipson
tho musical portions of
eventh grade stu-
Ihenan loah Junior High
^ere he i- a class reporter
erol the Youth Guidance
he is a member
-lie Youth and
IB fefilin Club. Cap-
| junior bowling team and
>p H'). he also at-
I Beth David cotil-
d Sunday school
I lince kindergarten
P I from religious
fcrc last June. Edward is
|udenl ai Hebrew High
out-of-town guests at-
^e Bar Mitzvah, all from
' h s grandmothers,
^r Teitelbaum and Mrs.
rviten Also present will
Mr- Samuel Spector,
fa Samuel Kopin. Mr.
[Barnt'v In-Inn, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. aril Mrs I Swett and
I Leavttt
"tens uill be hosts at
waing Kidduah in hon-
son.
J3<*r Warner-Murray
Jay Mllhr
BarKtell
iiwari Leviitn
Warner-Murray
Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Nussbaum, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-
El Saturday, Jan. 21. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate. Stu-
art is a seventh grade student eighth grade student at Nautilus
at Miami Beach High School. Junior High School.
Ardmora
Ivan Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley S. Phillips. 1825 Biar-
ritz dr., will become Bar Mitz-
vah at the North Shore Jewish
Center on Jan. 21. Ivan is an

Pn\ Allen levin.
Vlctur
Joseph Edward, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin L Lundy,
9911 Broadview ter.. Bay Har-
bor Island, wilt become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Jan. 14.
at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
Joseph, a student at Beth Shol-
om religious school, attends
Nautilus Junior High School.
Shtmrt Auerfcach
Stuart Auerbach
Bar Mitzvah
Stuart Auerbach. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Auerbach. 1044 Lenox
ave., Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning, Jan. 21,
at Beth Jacob Synagogue.
Stuart is a student at Miami
Beach Junior High School and is a
member of the Florida Junior Aca-
demy of Sciences. He expects to
attend the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology.
Rabbi Tibor II. Stern will offi-
ciate, with Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches rendering the liturgical por-
tion of the services.
To be Bar Mitzvah Saturday
Ronald Kirschbaum. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Kirschbaum. will be
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at
the Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish
Center. Ronald is an eighth grade
student at Hialeah High School and
has lived in Hialeah for the past
eight years.
. Kiddush to Fete Paul Levine
pen. son ,,[ Mr. and Mrs.
W, win celebrate his
i .1 GabiM
Saturday, Jan.
ill officiate.
"r' v nson ehant-
\ the religious
ior the
hth grade
h lunior High
iMr. | ,. Wl|, ,K, hoRts
following Fn-
>'$ Topic
PJwith will meet Sun-
; Jen 22 a, Beth Jacob
EL. ,;',,," T,b,,r s".
C^V"' M*-ker.
'"'-1" J. Z. Stad-
day evening services at the (enter
in honor of the Bar Mitzvah and
the 75lh hirt'i his maternal
grandmother. Mrs. Fannie Daum,
a Miami resident for 30 y<
Kiddush will fallow the Bar
Mitrvah service Saturday, with the
Levinea ai hosts.
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Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Katz, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-
El Saturday, Jan. 21. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Martin is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Miami Beach high
school and attends the religious
school of Temple Emanu-El.
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Krassner, 3955 NW 3rd
St., will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Miami
Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion. Michael attends Kinloch,
Park Junior high school, where
he is a member of the band.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate.
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Services In Greater
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening servicei at 5 and
8:30. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
(ii.-cuss: "Ludwig LcwisohnA
e in Ihe Story of the American
Jew." Cantor Philip Brummcr ren-
ders the musical portions of the
liturgy. Saturday morning services
are at 9. Subject of the sermon
will be based on the Weekly Por-
a Stuart, son ol Mr. and Mrs
Nussbaum, and Martin, son ol
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Kate, will be-
come Bar Mltevah, Dail) services
in the chapel at 8 a m. and 5:30
p.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evei inj services al 5.30 and
3:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will discuss: "Character and Per"
rtity." Ones Shabbal will i"
ored bj Mr and Mr-. Leo
ed in honor of their son. Ber-
nard, who become- Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning at 8:30. Mincha
WS at 5:15 p.m. Cantor Samuel son Ol Mr and Ml Kl>s
Ss kOW render- the musical por- ner. will become Bar Mitzvah Sub
of the lit;
>JelstncridtaL
Miami's
Frid
lay,
GREATER MIAMI
ABOVE LINCO
HEBREW INSTITUTL
Houses Of Worsl
G U
S Y N A G O C
3 A
- 7SIU L Orthoda*.
AGUDATH ISRAEL
be;h",sraeu congregation I .- v""*"- R*bbl "
Louli ____ __-,CD ih at. Conaanrattva. Il*bbl
,1 IUiIiM LKn MMM
, nratlra, lubbl living
**zvi^%&';
TEMPLE BETHSHOLO* IW Cl .V.
* iril '' '
O L N R O A O
Waahlngtmi *
TORAH TEMPM
Bl
eu.
thodox.
Orthodox.
lUbbl Jo-
i: ibbl Alexander (tmw.
i l-t!i.. TORAH
I'.abbla Abraham
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
. "ludwig lewisohn"
ject of Rabbi Simon April's topic
is: "Our Responsibilities Toward
the Community Cantor Bcrele
Kelemer render- the mu-ical por
i the liturgy Daily services
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 Dr B. Sherman,
director ol the cultural department
ol the Labor Zionist Organization ar,. .lt 7 30 a m ^6 5:90 p m
'.i America, will discuss: "Religious
-iicial Tendencies oi American
j wrj Oneg Shabbal follows
Saturdaj morninj services are at !>
Rabbi tsaai I rer will officiate and
(ti-cus- the Weeklj Portion. Junior
vie m Mincha will
at 4:45 p m.
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services .it
HI
FLAGLER. GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services al 5:30
8:30 p.m. Larriet Lee. daugh-
oi Mr and Mrs, Charles Add
1. and Weslee Carol, daughter
11 Mr ami Mrs Arnold Mickelson
CANDLEUGHTING TMi
Shevat 7 5:39 p.m.
will be al 5 15 p m followed by
ZAMORA JEWI!
I.. .1 II irwlts.
Literal. Rabbi
CORAL GABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENT! I 0 ave.
\i.^ 1 i mi .. _
SH CENTER 14 B r, vatlve. Rabbi It
C
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION I JTW 3rd ave Orthodox. RabM
' H Ol'l YWOOD and FT. LAUOEROALB
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD U AM at Hollywood.
itlve Rabbi Samuel \*
tfmple sinai of Hollywood Ik st HoUywjod, Conaerva-
TE^lve Ilabbl rSrld Shapiro. Canl >hudah It. llbraun.
TFMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDEROALE INI S.mth Andrew, ave..
HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-5t Kalt 1th are, COB-
11 i ve
NORTHEAST
l;. Rabbi Joaeph Narot, Rabbi

TEMPLE ISRAEL :3T NB
Bornatala.
. I become Ha- Mitxvah Rabbi "':;" Saturdaj morning services
,. Heim will ofl Saturdaj at 8:S0. Rabbi S r Swireky
at 8:30 Sub Ul" """'a'"' and discuss "Believ-
be based on in~ '"" ""'' '"" Much.' Cantor
Weekly Portion Junior serv Louis Gartenhaus renders the mu
arc al 10:30 a.m. Mincha will s,cal Portions "' the liturgj Paul.
son of Mr and Mrs Max Kline.
will Bar Mitzvah Junior
services arc in Yeshiva l!
Class in Sanhedrin will be at
4 i1 '
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER lb Miami ave.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION :.- NW 17th BVr.
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-:o N\V 51t pt.
M Leo Hi
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTFR 131 I Weal Dixie hwjr. Conservative.
. I N. .
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION l4th it and NK 11th ave.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE- M2S 8Vt tlvtt Rabbi
LAtor William W l
BETH EL CONGREGATION 17th I
;: tiiii..
jed of the sermon wil
1 p.m.
Orthodox. Rabbi
Rabbl Morton
Hhmai T Bwirak)
ISRAELITE CENTER IIM SW
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREOATION- 1 Nl VW 11th ire.
i \ l: i i .
WEST MIAMI
Waxman.
TEMPLE ZION T. I SW 1*1 lllri
Satur^
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
i r\ ices
al 5:30 am p.n Rabbi Mtrcd
Waxman cuss Let
Pi pple Go." Oi illows
- ii .-
at
;i" m and 530 p.m.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
hold Friday evening
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will bold Fridaj eveninf len
t--..^, r- o^, ices at 8:15 Rabbi Henry Okohca
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will will ol and discuss: "Success
K l full tions." Cantor Maur......vices at 8 15 wfth RabbTlSiS
'! Ro '"' M" Louis ""'" and d,SCUSs lh" > N "" 'ce Neu renders the musical do \ur ,v kIJ .? 7 Y
,.. ,,, ofMr.-md !; ,", ,rsSnR,n t!7loK:
' km' 22; .wan,or M;
, i I .rt.on- of ,hr liturgy, with the
mder the direction of F.l.
tturdt- morntruj I
will be. Pwil, m of ..
^ s.K,r. ad I van. son
r and Mr- Stanley Phillips,
lituri will become Bar Mltsvadi
BETH RAPHAEL CONGRECA.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE TION will hold I rl ,
Kabbi Abraham rvici d ,
-5r,J2ra
TM
ul0? ot"w **kt
Mrs. Sam Uvitea w^
tne Oneg shabbat m
son, E Mitzvah during
services at., (- ;
son will render |nf
tions of the liturgy j
Ration servuv. Ir;
'NSTITUTE ttlll htf.
nine; service- at -3i
morning Wl x ictt _
Isaac Ever w,!| ,,,*'
Highe-t Significant* i
Purpow oi Rabbl .
Community Mr anj
Cammcr will \* ^1
< la-s in Talmud is at 4
will be at 5.15 pm
Shalos Seudos Max
host. Daih -er\ICes art
and 5:45 pm with S
ing services at 9.
HEBREW ACADEMY
Friday evening sentc*
Saturday morning .sernaal
9. Jay Morton, son of
Alex Miller. 252 South I
will become Bar Mitm
Alexander Gross will
Weekly Porti p.m., followed by ShaM
Daily services will br *<
and 5:30 p.m with Snggl
ing services ;,t g.
u^www
"To see is fo Ml
Vinit our showiootj
dinplay at 32S3 S.W.I
and see the
memorial style and
built and installed byj
craftsmen.
THURMOI
MONUMENT d
fa* 2 Sfory Hkhh
U&l S.W. Ith St.
MARKEIS
aht% CtMttwy I
Optn ittUft
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold IitI.a
eveni
R th,
' "- ter Im.
'.it [ol-
- turdaj m : i
al <). Ron tir and
'..- .lack Kirschbaum, will bei me
Mitzvah l ester Chenai
ites.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND Z'
CONGREGATION will bold l,ida\
serv-
Mr
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood"
"ill h.ld Friday evening sen-ices
'' H :<" I to the Sisterhood.
Rabbi David Shapiro will preach
The Shabbos
,'',:;;,, v The Greatest'NeWira^S
nu" ,l "l-"' /" T "'r Vehudah
l""' in render- ,he musical
.III I.! ...Ii ... "l lMiMu.M. ..* IL. Ila______ .
.....""' "'" "V "ii uie occasion ol
hMwAay morning iervices are al Bai Brith ch T,0N l bold KruJav
;;;---.,, rtl,, boat .,.....h ,,pian
wrviees are at
' j P-m. Daily mornln, '? J 1
rgy. enant (he offici
portioQa
sermon
CONGREGA.
evening
Rabbi
officiate and
alive and Positive
Saturday morning mrrv
"t 8 30 Subject of the
hasrd on the Weekly
CORAL GABLES JEWISH re*
ig t. w, hold tSSS^SSi
reeling the choir Saturn "ill' ** 'he WatkU p. '

of
the liturgy. Rabbi
S|.ehu,n stauhep direct, ,he jun-
ation in services at 10
BETH koac. .. -^lenwin stai
530 rZ ices;*'" Rabbi's class win be at"4
II 8 3.. Pm Mincha i, ., S:15 p ^
- by Shalos Seudo.mbany
"""^ are 8 m and 5:30 pm
Kabbi Simon April
- "chanains lipfcw'ifyo^lirlMitevah.'
P^ach on the topic: 'Our God and'
COMING TO HEW1
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Premiere of Strassburg Opera
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, jewi.-h Music Month
Ijebrated this year at the
Cevel by the New York
Tjiiere of Robert Strass-
f i c one act opera,
I- will be performed by
[hcter Opera theatre at
!,;.,,; auditorium in New
on Saturday, Jan. 28. the
da) <>f Jewish Music
jj based on the humor-
ttolom Aleichem,
l^or i Ylddisll stories.
on-. nine scenes in one
a libretto by Raymond
director of the West-
hpcra Company.
L|\ real sense it will be
musical occasion." com-
i irg explained, "since
T fn .-t lime that these hu-
liilk tales about the inno-
| a ol i he townspeople
, a once thriving commun-
ttd, has attained operatic
Wi/nu the Knglish lan-
tern musical idiom."
bust ha- based his thematic
I mi JVuish folk melodies
vein, am! has writ
tre th..' is humorous and
I i he story deals with
and the
big gift She
i h droll plot
i'\ h unworldly behavior
utter of iii-tin"uishing be-
I and l sn? goat.
\ philosopher, who is
per at .ic .own inn.
takes advantage of his ignorance
in this matter.
After its New York premiere,
the opera will receive 40 perform-
ances throughout the country, un-
der the sponsorship of the Artist
and Lecture Bureau of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, following
which it will be heard at the Bar-
bizon Plaza in New York City for
an extended stay.
Strassburg, music director of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center and
Miami's Composer of the Year"
for 1955, is well known to Miami
audiences through his compositions
performed by Jean Bedetti. Victor
Stern and the University of Miami
Symphony orchestra.
Likewise being given first per-
formance that evening is the one-
act tragic opera "Isaac Lcvi," based
on episodes in the life of an Amer-
ican chaplain. Music is by Freder-
ick Pikct with the libretto by Ray-
mond Smolover.
taberf Strastbara
Noted Jewish
Poet to Lecture
Jewish poet Itzik Manger will
visit the Miami area for a series of
two lectures at the invitation of
Workmen's Circle branches here.
The world-famous poet is due to
speak Sunday evening, Jan. 22, at
the Lyceum. 25 Washington ave.,
on "The Wise Men of Chelm." On
Tuesday evening. Jan. 24. he will
appear at the Lyceum. 1545 SW 3rd
st.. to discuss "Stories of Hershele
Ostropolier."
Manger is the author of numer-
ous songs and poems based on an-
cient Jewish legend. A critic whose
special interest is folklore, he is
gem-rally considered an authority
in Jewish literature.
Dode Youth Clubs Attend Conclave
Itiik Maaier
Michael Feinberg. son
and Mrs. Charles P.
5987 North Bay rd,
Come Bar Mitzvah Sat-
in. 21, at Temple Beth
Rabbi Leon Kronish
[Sciate. William, a stu-
I Beth Sholom religious
in the eighth grade
Jus Junior high.
I Edward, son ol Mr. and
Fq Melnick, 5718 NW
. W'H become Bar Mite
}9 Saturday morning
Jan- 21, of Tilereth Is-
"hs'de Center. Rabbi
n Heison will officiate
Albert Giants ren-
nv S^Cal P^ons of
SirSlchaliB a student
Wison Junior high
National Hotel Picks Executives
Following completion of a $500,-
000 renovation program, Miami
Beach's National hotel operators
Wednesday announced the ap-
pointment of two executives.
Harry Koretzky. president of the
owner-management operation, re-
vealed that his son, Murray,
would serve as manager of the
hotel, and Henry Phillips, a hotel
executive for over 30 years, would
be resident manager and director
of sales. v
Murray Koretzsky is a graduate
of the University of Miami and
the School of Hotel Administration
of Cornell University. He backed
up his theoretical knowledge #by
serving his apprenticeship at the
famed Grossingers.
Phillips formerly was general
manager of the Key Wester hotel,
and sales manager of the Royal
York and Cadillac hotels. Prior
to that he was general manager
of the Medinah Athletic Club of
Chicago, and sales manager of such
hotels as the New Yorker, Book-
Cadillac. Netherland Plaza and the
Adolphus hotel in Dallas.
He is a member of the Masonic
Order, the ASTA. the Bon Vivants.
Florida Hotel Association. Hotel
Sales Managers Association, Chi-
cago Press Club and Gamma Beta,
national business club fraternity!
With its "new look" the Na-
tional hotel becomes one of the
leading hostelries in the Lincoln
rd. area. It is located at 1677 Col-
lins ave.
Herbies Offers Varied Menu
To Diners in Miami Area
The all year round residents of
this area have discovered a new
restaurant that caters to their ev-
ery want in culinary pleasure. It
is Herbies on 23rd st., Miami
Beach
Their chefs are expert in Chi-
nese, Italian and Jewish-American
style of foods. Herbie Greenberg
and Gabe Solov have had 20 years
of experience in the food line.
Local Boy Becomes
Psychologist
A local boy and graduate of
Miami Beach schools has assumed
duties as clinical psychologist at
the Monroe Guidance Center in
Louisiana, according to N. J. Mack-
innon. administrative director.
Arthur Rogers, who resides in
Baton Rouge, will be at the clinic
Wednesday and Thursday of each
week. At present he is working on
his post masters' degree at LSU.
He holds a Bachelor of Science de-
gree in psychology from the Uni-
versity of Florid*. In 1952 he re-
ceived a Master of Arts degree
from the University of Florida.
He has been enrolled in the PhD
program at LSU since 1954 in clin-
ical psychology. Previously, he was
a psychological interne and Junior
psychologist at the Mansfield State
Training School and Hospital.
Mackinnon said that the addition
of Rogers to the staff meant that
the Guidance Center now has a
complete staff to render a qualified
team program.
Rogers is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry B. Rogers. 1691 Daytonia
rd.. Biscayne Point.
W-
i.i ihra auua muth man
Vrtstati tha Orlglaal aWrapalltaa
Association Cast la Mauri's
IS
f
'Coal Fan Tutte"
fleea7 Sftfctr trim SitlfivM ** Tbaaa*
Opening Night, Tuesday, Jan. 17, Dode County Aud.
Second Performance, Than., Jan. 19, Miami Beach Aud.
GtblK! TJftSfioNl." Aud., JE 1-0477; Hade County Aud..
HI"
Bob Basst, of 5301 SW 2nd St.,
Miami, and Arnold Levy. 516 Cata-
loni.i ave.. Coral Gables, were co-
chairmen of the second annual
teenage conclave slated by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
renter last week at th? Town
Branch.
Kasse served as ehairman of the
opening keynote session. More
than 200 youth delegates from 35
clubs throughout Dadc county arc
expected to attend.
The dinner session at 6 p.m..
was ehaired l.y Levy, at Which
time reports were given by seven
tea! Group
To Function Here
Greater Miami will have a Rab-
binical Council of Orthodox Rabbli
Announcement of the formation of
the group was made this week
Participants include Rabbis Si-
mon April. Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation; Arie Becker.
Beth Raphael Congregation; Jonah
Caplan, Kneseth Israel; Tibor H.
Stern. Beth Jacob; and S. T. Swir-
sky, Beth Kl
The Council will serve as a Beth
Din here, executing religious de
crccs pertaining to marital status,
divorce, conveision and adoption.
Accord inn to the announcement.
the Rabbinical Council plans to
maintain an office in Miami and
one in Miami Beach.
All-Star Show Scheduled
Hubert H. Albntton. president of
the Miami Beach Police and Fire-
men's Benevolent Association,
Wednesday announced that Sun-
day, Feb. 5, has been chosen for
the organization's seventh annual
"AH Star Show."
I different workshop chairmen de-
j scribing the results of the nrid>
I afternoon nwkHM.
Youth representatives came
from five different locations, the
Town Branch. Beach Branch, Flag-
ler-Granada Center. Coral. G1)les
' Jewish (.'enter and North Dade
1 Jewish Center. Th". heard an ad-
dress at the opening assembly by
Jerry Wichncr, disc jockey for
radio station WINZ. who spoke on
| the theme of the conference.
"Today's Teenagers Tomorrow's
Leaders."
Following the general program.
j delegates split up into seven dif-
ferent workshops arranged by the
[ conclave steering committee.
Teenage chairmen lor the work-
shops were Ann F.lovitz. Sheila
' Wyle, Linda Abess, Rochele Min-
Hell, Barbara Foosaner. Elaine
j Gubin and Judy Sterling.
Monticello Pork Religious
School Adds Two Teachers
Monticello Park Congregat.on
this week announced the addit. >n
of two teacher* to its religious
school faculty.
Rabbi Isaac Later, spiritual lead-
er of the congregation and school
principal, said that the new teach-
c r. are .! CoMfsrb and Ml Shirley
Herman.
Goldfarb i.-. a graduate of Teach-
er- OoDegt at Yeii,..! Univi
i and has taught in the Portug
Jewish Synagogue of New York. as
1 well as m school- in \\ urtsboro and
. Woodndge. NY.
Mrs. Berman. who joins the
nursery school -tuff, is a graduate
of the Leonardo da Vinci Art
School and has taught in Dade
grade schools, as well as at the
Uleta Nursery School
Cantor David Koussevitsky
Will be unable fo appear at Congregation Beth JIUah fridoy & Saturday,
lanuarv 20th & 2Tst due to illness.
Tickets Will be Refunded at Synagogue Office
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Apai
1 is ex
pressed a desire .-.
drive in keepins, with the emergen-
cy neec- I ... urrent eampal
The
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Lipfon Cites Franklin as Wise
Who Started US. on Road \l
...k \l I inlnH IWtiHawl nf i
ph M I..|>t >n. president of i -A Fv,)p
Dadc Federal SavtBfs and Lota sari at mn |t -w*"
\- .nation t Miami and Florida eral Coverall i!?^
, director of the United States Sav. pnmarv furi!I?! *fl
and Loan League, stated Wed- their -..."** Vs
lay that National Thrift Week proud,. d\af m
orating Benjamin Frank-1 to *au ',,\ "
lOtll birthday anniversary be- \ horn. | naocSj
' 1T of he h.,UMn7LL*l
I [ : pointed to the billions try have u.-A ^J
liars in savings of the people
now being held in
the educ of the Young
presidi
w.sh
-ess ex- i and
led by executive directa Mat
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Federation Forms Speakers' Bureau
Hebrew Academy Sabbath
Procioimed by Community
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Folk Singing Featured
'lub trifl meet
ral Reef
. Featured will he a program
' try,
trust b> the savings and loan in-
stitutions, commercial and savings
bank -urance companies a*
nument to the philosophy of
Benjamin Franklin.
drine to spend wisely.
\ -tcmatically and invest prof-
itably is a guiding factor to the
(lay."' I.ipton
It is the true bulwark and
foundation that has made this
-r.at "'
Li| died that it was only
after fioniamin Franklin
that people began to think
about saving. "It was
' the I'hil.nl-lphia Savings
and the Provident
n for Savings in Boston
ned for the purpose of
ung a sate place to save and
th habit of thrift
fhe value of that thinking has
down through the
la;, as our national econ-
om) i \er forward, making
her standard of living possible
:< and more families, the
maintain the thrift habit
becomej increasingly important."
of the beat indications as t<>
the sj\mgs habit of the people of
is in the spec !
lar growth of the savings and
loan industry. Upton explained j
There are a total of 6.000 savings '
and loan associations in ihe n*uo.i
and these institutions hold
more than 37 billion dollars in in
dividual savings Of these 6.000
institutions, nearly 1.700 are Fed-
eral Sa\in and Loan Associations.
I ir.gs and loan a
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Spaet Appointed To Commmittee
0
I JaWoltt H. fipnot, Miami Beach
councilman and former mu
nicipal court judge, has been ap
pointed a member of the national
Committee on Civil Rights and
Civil Liberties "i the American
Jewi.sh t
Judge sapeet. v. an adtivf
M|bettb*r*et the V'ii'iii chapter*.!
(he AJC, i* chairman of the Miap-
Ler community relations commit-
He b ai->> honorary pre-ulent
; of the Jcu;-h Home for the
AJ< mittee (>n Civil Right
and Civil Liberties i< concerned
with the use of law, education and
MCial action lo reduce (ii.scnmina-
tmn. It also seek.-, lo streriKthen
civil liforrlie.s and counteract the
threats to freedom from govern-

^'|lUlrui-pmaU- -ourfav
Labor Zionist Assembly
Meeting of the Labor Zionist
I'.iy i~ scheduled nt the Israel
Hlstradut office, 600 Lincoln rd.,
Wednesday evening.
\
torn at Mount Sinai was the setting
ldicon given by the hospital in the
lent oi the Bayshore Exchange
arch fellowship in cardiovascular
Seated (left to right) are Albert
president oi the Bayshore Ex-
Jlub oi Miami Beach; Max Orovitz.
oi Mount Sinai; Howard Kane,
[oi Mount Sinai board of trustees
lairman of the Exchange Club re-
search fellowship project. Standing are
Samuel Gertner, hospital executive director;
Arnold Rubin, chairman oi the Exchange
Club project committee; Julius J. Perlmutter.
co-chairman of the Exchange Club research
fellowship project; J. Bernard Spector. secre-
tary of the Exchange Club; and Dr. Maurice
Lev, pathologist and director of Mount Sinai
research laboratories.
Rich and hearty...
check-full of oldtime
chicken goodness I
CLEAR
with RICE
with NOODLES
with KREPIACH,
with MAT70
BAILS
Try All SI
fe
ige Club Makes SIO.OOOGift to Mt. Sinai Hospital
St/, president of Mount, enthusiasm of the club to the pro-
ial. Wednesday lauded 'ject proved to be more than my
t sel by the Bayshore [wildest imagination could possibly
|ub of Miami Beach in
iw research fellowship
cular pathology at the
conceive.
The proposed fellowship, he
said, "was announced to the club
at one of our regular business
meetings, and the response was so
overwhelming that in one eve-
ning the members of the club
pledged 90 percent of the amount
necessary to establish the fellow-
ship fund for one year. As a mat-
ter of fact, it was difficult for me
has seen fit to set up i to stop the discussion on the mat-
|projcrt on the biggest ter, in order to proceed with other
by a service
s a new trend
I Mipport of medi-
in the field of path
told The Jewish Flor-
U the local Ex
nceivably af-
kltti in I- nt the coun-
Bayshore Ex-
biisiness."
Lehrman noted that the pro-
posal was "first suggested to me
by Howard Kane, who is an active
M Lehrman. j member of our local Exchange
red that "the j club, having recently been elected
to the board of control, as well as
a member of the board of trustees
of Mount Sinai hospital."
Through the active approval of
club officers and Arnold Rubin,
chairman of the club's project com-
mittee, the special research fel-
lowship project was promptly es.
tablished. Julius Jay Perlmutter
was appointed co-chairman of the
project along with Kane.
The fellowship will be admin-
istered by Dr. Maurice Lev, Mount
Sinai pathologist and director of
the research laboratories. "One of
the most important fellowships
ever to be established in the field
Of pathology," Dr. Lev said. "thi.-
grant will permit a fully trained,
board-qualified pathologist to work
full time on research. Such a
novel fellowship may set a new
national pattern for community
maintained pathological research.'
MANISCHEWITZ L Wffi
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ANNOUNCE THE FORMATION OF
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170 N.W. 5th STREET, MIAMI PH. 9-7996
and proudly announce the formal opening of their new
kitchen and catering headquarter*
BUILT AND DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR THE PREPARATION
OF KOSHER FOODS TO FIT YOUR EVERY NEED
UNDER THE STRICTEST SUPERVISION OF THE CENTRAL MIAMI
KASHRUTH COMMISSION
The Central Miami Kashruth Commission wish.** to itate publicly that
It endorses only the catering establishment known as PONT and
CORDON and in no way is thia to be construed as an endorsement of
any other plant operated by these men.
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS
SHOW ROOM PARTIES BUSINESS MEETINGS
THE BEST FOOD ATTRACTIVELY SERVED WE FEATURE
Decorated Trayi or Appetizing Foods Delivered" to four Door or
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CATERING SERVICEfrom Hors D'Oeuvres to a Complete Buffet
U A CUtST Al YOUR OWN PARTY!

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J (lefti, newly elected president of B'neri B'rilh Youth
bl Greater Miami, receives gavel from past president
khmerer following recent elections. The Youth Coun-
koordinating body for 23 B'nai B'rith youth chapters
_Mranu with a membership of 700 teenagers.
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All-Tschaikowsky Program Slated by
U of M Orchestra With MalcuzynsW
\n all Tschaikowskj \
I be the
. 29 at
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rtist will It Witol
ctuynski. pianist, with no.in
Bitter on the podium. Prim
,k to be performed b) Mali J
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oi op. 23
Phis : rork will be
addition I
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his \ i
ed it tor
Auer. Auer pronounced it imp
e. I ater he -
::> times and
.ant
pupl ne thins hap-
certo ii" B-flat minor which he
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year he tn

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WifoM Wo'cujynsfci
Maxwell Company Here Reveals Major
Expansion Plans in Stock Repurchase
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tern uncorked The prrra r,l](, Iht. Ilirn.
! UDon largest in I in the hotel tative installations I ut the
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i... ,.,,. .,., ii ucxrauw uc u,>il,i in ih. I l tative installation
|he P ent conti
rst rhe work nil- nishil
unpianisti.
lie certain had been thar ...... I incluaV tameWeau
" tnm rnposers He |ained lts .... ., M .,., ,.|
to the piano and operating subsidiary oi the New I. \ Perrj ho
:,J"-V w,th York firi lustra. Te> Skylark motel.
is Duparqui t. In< n ad I Alexandria \ i rowa How
. M ';' to its facilities ii Nex Vort bai S Montauk I Mon
'chos CitJ ,r complete outfit, Ll; ,.,.,., ivrk.n
----------- uij iur c<>rii|>ieie nuiiimr.i: oi no-
Rubenstein m due course- acknowl- ;,.lv restaurants and institutions,
hotel
edged his error and played this
p;ano concerto in public with tre-
mendous success However, he
TchaikoM
(ave it to the distant
I ...m-t. Hans '.
Malcuzynski has achieved a
II and the Roya V i
toria ami Fort llontagu Beach bo
tcls in N.i
Greenfield said thai najtt 11
pansion plans foi Maxwell are now
being made .,- the company is en
i I in its heaviest program m
history, h.th locally and in other
areas
The boM in Miami
Ii and the t'opacabana in Bal
will maintain a branch operation
mi tor the sa : sen
ici I aiipmeni and supplies in
"ii with Maxwell
:r,.m their premises at
1035 North Miami ave
Organization services and facili-
worldwde reputation a> a p.ani-t ,.. continue unchanged, he said
n the Lmted States, he has per- Ul!h aU k, retaining
i'nduc.or" the h^irf'"' ,h"" : Greenfield named n,,,cn an,, me < opacaDana ,n I
PmrreSoSeu, m "' Harbour now l"""-r construction.
" T', bj the firm
Raton hotel and dub
.Hull, director,,! in Boca Raton and the Raleigh
"He* Sans Souci Waldman
Kl"' Shore ciuh hotels in
impleteh

have pi In
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Mi in .
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Australian Leader
In Miami for CJA
I,, Max Schehk, outstanding
lewish leader who
I this country in lfH9 to
i. >bi ol Brooklyn' iVm
pic / Uk visited the
mi area thb week to
of the Combined
h Appeal
hi nk has made three
. i stud) in: conditions
I and meeting and con-
ith top government ffi-
i he spiritual first
h, re was at a dinner
Monday in the home of
'.Irs Carl Suaikind, where
11 leaders of the
Pi oduce l'i\ i-ion
H bbi Schenk spoke
\ ountants Division in
In home o| Mr and Mrs Sidney
I Ba) Height! dr
the rabbi was
dinner meet-
if thi l>< ntal Division in the
ol Dr and Mr- Meyer Egg-
ith Shore dr. and on
Thursdaj Rabbi Schenk eaj to be
ol honor ,,t a social spon-or-
) thi Physicians Division in
thi home ol Dr Charles Wcrblow,
Di I.ido dr.
hicatad la the I'nited
Rabbi Schenk went to Syd-
ney. Australia, in 1939 to accept
kiel Minister of Tem-
Emanuel, which under his
stewardship became one of the lar-
-' Btiona in the British
Empire
During the war years he served
as Australian director of the Jew-
ish Welfare Board in the South-
west Pacific area, acted as editor
of the Australian Jewish Review
and earned a reputation as plat-
form and radio lecturer, as well
as author of numerous magazine
articles
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AUGUST BROi U>,
' it ft,, finr'
'n d ularity
Concerto wl
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Dr. Jerome Benson,
director of patholoj*
nai hospital, will ,
speaker at the netfl
Sunday social m
the Amity 28 club -*|
evening. Jan. 22, i
Miami lewiah
t*r. Dr. Benson
"Research on Heart 1
AREYOO
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Judge Will be Speaker
Da le
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Mr. and Mrs. Oelemier
Geternters to Mark
Anniversary Here
Mr. and Mr- Herman Gelemter
U 8W 58th ,
brate their 50th wedding anniver
sary on Saturday, Jan. 21.
The Gelemter- have lived in M,-
am. for the pas, ninc V(;||..
f'-re his retirement ten yean
Mr Gelernter was a furrier in Wu
York City.
The rouple have three children
Herbert (iolcrnter, 3406 Grai
Wvd., (oral QubleB; \|r, Sop|)ie
Warmn lit Vern,,,,. ,\ v.. and
Mrs, Phyiu, Hannock. Paten
ehildS? "'"' "'"' '"!":
The family will celebrate with
a dinner party on-Sundav Jail 22
in the Panorama room of the BisJ '
lie Terrace hotel
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jsts Prepare
Seminar
ur Sokoloff, president of
ter Miami chapter of
pga. national dental fra-
radnesdsv revealed the
re of Dr. Lester W.
conduct a three-day
oral medicine Jan. 27
>ff said the seminar is
1W me McAllister hotel.
rkett. who holds both the
[)DS degrees, is dean of
dentistry at the Uni-
'1 i'i! nsylvanU. He is
joi i he council'on dental
les oi llif American Den-
Boon, chief of oral medi-
i,( i i Philadelphia Gen-
htal and author of the
; i Medicine.*'
ping Gordon, of Miami
pt graduate chairman of
nega here, said that the
kill be open to some 500
fcn Southern! Florida. He
[the -eiiiinar is part of the
\\ policy to bring out-
authorilu", here twice
discussion of the latest
chnmuue-
ng to Dr Sokoloff, the
till deal with the detec-
mouth of diseases ulti-
curring in other parts of
"W ran now detect dia-
fticer. vitamin deficiency,
ai and various blood
like leukemia in the
he explained,
chairman for the three-
ir in Miami is Dr. Henry
Students
For Courses
le i unty high school
being -curtcd for a
"' irl classes at the
i Lowe Gallery
16, according to In-
Robert Tyler Davis.
Itions tor the class are
bj high school art
tin u.i ThOM teen-
noipinated will submit
of their work to Lowe
l>> Fridaj Kugsne Massm.
Miami art instructor,
the final selections from
submitted. Massin has
instructor for the
kudenl selected will be-
umber of Lowe Gallery
| "titled to full gallery
The student member-
bfing underwritten by
Ux An- of Lowe Gallery.
Club of Miami.
nation of proit-ssional art-
'<>" the materials fee for
liber of the cla
Wl|l '" held on Thursday
l,s 'rom 4 to 6 p.m.
is Speaker
SiBionhoff. author and
*'" addreai thc lunchen
Miami Beach Bnai
* on Tueadey. Jan. 24.
J"4o hold Hia auhject
J*uh Particip.tii in
*** devolution."
Shinderman is
Company Director
Sidney S. Shinderman, president
of the Intercoastal Realty Corpor*
ation. 235 Lincoln rd., Miami
Beach, announced Wednesday the
appointment of his brother, Ber-
nard B. Shinderman. as director of
the real estate company's sales di-
vision.
The newly appointed sales di-
rector is pxe:>.dent of the Shinder-
man Corporation, a company en-
gaged in hotel and resort property
management in Florida and v?is-
conwn In addition, the Shinder-
man company maintains a market
research and sales analysts divi-
sion for industrial clients, a sales
representative department and acts
as business and financial adviser
to a list of well-known clients in
Florida and in the North.
Sidney S. Shinderman serves as
chairman of the board.'
Bernard B. Shinderman, upon as.
suming his duties as sales director
for the Intercoastal Realty Corpor-
ation, will steer the selling efforts
of Intercoastal to clients and pros-
pects in Florida and out of the
State, particularly in the Chicago
and New York areas.
Tho Shinderman company's long-
time experience in the resort and
hotel field will be utilized in the
sale, exchange and liquidation of
hotels and apartments.
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 1st HKKKIIY CIVEN that
the iinderi.ined. d. hIi-Ihk to engajie In
hunlneaa under the fictitious nanif- of
ASSOCIATED l'AINTKKS AND I,IV-
ORATORS, at Room :: tun Lincoln
Koad. Miami Hoach. Florida. Inttnd
to register aabl name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Cowi of Dade County
Klorld*.
DANIEL 8. \mt.\.Mo\viTZ
NATHAN I'STKoV
ARTHl'R I. SJfYDBR
Attorney for Aim lated Painters
nnn I >,-, omtoew
I i::i-21-27 2/3
IN COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 33 704-B
HE ESTATE OK
MELVIN H Hll.TZ. !>.
NOTICE OF INTENTION 0 MAKI
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la herehv rlvni that I haw
filed my final renort and trillion fur
Final Dlsi-harur as AdminlxtratrW of
the estate of MELVIN It. Hll.TZ. de-
orated: and that on the 17th da\ of
February. 195*. will amtlv to the Hon-
orable PRANK B. fOWLlNii. Count)
Jinla-e of I>rte County, I-1 >rida for
approval of said final rcjs-it and for
final lllrharce as Administratrix of
the Estate of MEI.VI It Hll.TZ. .1.
eased.
This 10th day of January. ltSC
ENOI.A C.AII. Hll.TZ
HERKEKT H. Ht'TNER
Attorney for Administratrix
!:.:. Drexel Ave Miami Beach. Ela.
1-11-I0-J7 2/S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY C.IVEN that
tlm undersigned, detdrlnic to ensajte In
I huslness under the f iitltiou* name of
VfCINIEI.A BAB. at 23:. N W. S7th
Avenue, intends to realxter aald name
lth th. Clark of the Circuit Conn
of Dade fount v. Florida.
WILLIAkl WHITEHEAB
KKMM.KIl (JARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17*2 VYt Klaicler Street
12/10 l/S-U-M___________________
1*4 THC CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
I'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 186120
NOTICE TO DEFEND
HARRY FFINKTKIN and MARY
FKINSTF.IN. hli- wife, Plaintiff*.
PHILIP IKINSTKIN and CLARA
PEIMBTETN. his wife, HARRY LEVY
and ANN EEINSTKIN LEVY, his
wife and RKOALINE MANL'KAC
Tt'RINH CO., INC. a 1 i poi.i-
tlon. Defendajrta.
TH PHILIP KEINSTEIN
Z13 North 4th Street
l*hllailelplii:i Pa
I HI'l EEINSTKIN.
O0 IlinKluiiii Street
Philadelphia, l*a.
HARRY ihI.ANN FEIN-
HTEIN I.KVY. hla wife
Bast Ro.-ltland Street
Philadelphia. Pa
YOU ARE HEREHV NOTIFIED
that a Rtn lr Partition of the
West of the Northwest '. of the
South went ', of rhe Southeast '
..f Section n. Township N smth.
lUna-e 41 East, mid lands I.vIhk
and being In I>ade County. FV
da. toejethei with the Imlldlmts
and Improvement* located thereon
has been filed aaalnHt you an
are requited t. -erve a ooi> '
Answer or plea,Una to the Hill o(
Plaint upon plaintiffs- attiu-nos
Myers. Helman Kaplan, <
'ma. Miami. Fiorina, and file the
original Anawer or pleating- In the
(Mflce of the clerk of the Circuit
Court, on m La/ore the IN day of
uaxy. I9i. If you fail lo do no,
l.Klitii default will be taken
asalnst \,m for the relief demanded
hi the mil of Cnmi'lai
li.Ni: AND ORDERKD Kt Miami.
Florida, this 4th da> of January. ).>.
E II LKATHERMAN Cleik
circuit Court. Dade t oiiajp
rlorlda
Hv \VM \V STOCKING.
Ieimtv Ciauk
AN
of M>ei Helman Kaplan
Attorne>s for I'lalntlffs
U0 Umi UolU UuilOiua
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v .... NAME LAW
MrTICK IS HERETtY fSIVEN tha<
a to ctiRaare In
I At LINE*). BEAI TV BALON
M.eiwo.,,1 i! -, Miami lleaofc. In
!'."a "' UHM with the
lv';rKV:;.1:i--uitJ-our, ot o,
ri'iIN^nH2oUOSON- s"le "wn"
|N THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ro J.4?,CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
CHAN-ArDRVCOlJNTy- FLOR,DA ,N
m-i. ... No 186001
I HOMAH CORT1 >H \th IN,
' :iU i or put ii lion. Plaintiff
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SHi IRES REALTY. INC a
Florid ration, and CAS
mi. pRonrcTH, inc or
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New York. New York
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file vaur Answer to the Oomplalni
for Foreeloaure of Mortuafo on:
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4 of I (lock I of WEST MIAMI
"HOBICS. SECTION 'A", a aub-
dlvlslon acooriUnit to the Plat
thcMof. re.-nrded in Plat IUK,k
i*. pKr X of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County, Florida,
fogettp'r with impiovi-ments lo-
cated thereon.
wltli the Clerk of the above named
Court, to wit. E B I.EATKERMAN,
n.-rk of th,. Circuit Court in and for
fade Count>. Florida, and nerve a
.'.,.. tr,er,.,f upon EMII.ANI'ER A
TKNDRiciI. ESgK., attorneys for
plaintiff. Ill Lin, oln Road. Miami
Reach. Florida, on or before the :11st
dai <.r .lanuaiv. |||ts. nine complaint
will be taken an confeased
DATED at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this SSth day of December,
II LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
By M. CRKEN
!' puty Cleik
- 1/6-13
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I.-- HEREBY tllVRN that
the undersisned, deslrinn to HigaaTe in
busines-. under the flctltloua name of
POUR MASONS BOOK BHOP. at
714 t. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intend! aid name
with the cierk of the Clrcul Court of
County, Hoi-ida.
HAI.I.LN ARSOCIATES. INC
Dan U.i 11. n
COFRRUQN \ EINK
Attorneys for Halli iates. Inc.
12 10 |/-l"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby c.iven that
the undersigned, desiring to ewrajlfl In
buslncsK under the fictitious name of
SHAMROCK INN, at 1500. N \V. Le-
Jeune Road, Miami. Florida. Intend to
r of the Circuit Court of Dade Couttiy,
Floihla.
HARRY .1 PATTERSON
LOTTIE PATTEKSiiN
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
ZS2" W Flaaler St Miami. Florida
12/30 1 -13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
rV A M F I AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the uiMlvralsncd, desirirut to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I.AFAYETTE HOTEL, at 944 Colllna
Avenue. Miami Beach. Florlila. In-
terals to reffiater said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count). Florida.
MAN FEIC.EI.ES
MELVIN FEIOELES
GILBERT & TOt'NO
Attorneys for Max fc Melvln Felgeles
12 sn i I-13.J0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 185912
THEODORE STERN. Plaintiff.
v
JANET STERN. fcinlant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JANET STERN.
14>41 > unil Am it n
New York Nvu Yol k
V.il- ARE HEREBY REQCIREn lo
npv of mill- answer to the
Coanidainl for Dlvoice filed herein
on Plaintiffs attornexs, COI'RKHON
FINK. (OS Lincoln I toad. Miami
:. Klorldii. ajul to fll the original
in th.- office of the Clara of the
above court ....... i,,for,- the sotn
f J,u.,r- ISM oth.-rwi.se a de-
fault will l entered against you.
DATED: this Mad day of Di
'"' "J5 B ,1 LKATHERMAN.
Cleik -f Curt
By It H RICE. JR.
tSaal) Dapttj tart
12/M W-W __________
Til a ml
iTTTTi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 3*860-A
In Ke HrrrATE F
Wl'LK SECEI.. a k I '
KBtlEL, a k a WOLF SWIEL. a
WOI.E C SRU \L. a k U i
HR1AL. a k .. WCI.P C ttgIKU
a'k.a WOl.r HIEOEL, a/k/a W U
SPIEL
To All Credit. Persons llav-
lag Claims or Demand!, Against Said
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and i.uaiIi eBent any
claims snd demands which you. or
eithri of you, max haxe against tne
eat.t. of W ,:i:i; etc .le.ea--
"" '"' "V .K1,"",d", l'.,le
Honorable Count) Judges of l>.v\r
Cout,t>. and fl I" '>el.
In he Count) Courthouaa In Dade
Count*. Kiornia. ttlthin eight r-alendar
months from the d.tc of the first
Subllcatlon hereol "'" '' .
Rand, to cojit-.n the legal ldless of
,h. rlalmMt and lo be .worn to and
nted as aforeaaW. oi same alll
be barred. ..
",r C*".tLrV- FTixiEL"*
inter of the
wrV.i'sEci'i- !' **
MVKRS. HKIMAN KAPLAN
Attorney, for Admlnlatrator
1 (-13 20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBT fllVEN that
ilgned, dealrlng to eni
iiuslnesa under the fictitious name of
(SORIHLN and PoNT KOSHER
' \ rERRRH ai ITO N W th .-
I, intends to i.
raid name will, I hi
cult Court of Had. Com ur|da
Dale,I at Miami, Florida, thl
ROSRDALE BELK'ATESHEN, INC
By IRVIN tlORDON, I'r. Idi nl
IN COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 30M4-A
RE EST \Ti: oi-
VETTA Si HIM ANN
HENRIETT V SCHUMANN,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereb) given that i haw
filed nij final report and petition for
Final DIs r,,r ,,f |le
eatate ..r YKTTA si iiimann a k-a
HENRIETTA SC1HMANN. de. eas.-d
and that on th. 15th da) of February,
19:,6. will appit to the Honorable W I
liUnton. County Judge of Dade Coun-
t\. Florida, for approval of aald final-
report and for final discharge as Ex-
ecutor of the Estate of VETTA
SCHi'MANN. a/k/a HENRIETTA
schi-.mann. deceaaed
This Sth da. of Januarv. 14r.fi
I.AWRENCK | RCHl'MANN
KOVNBR & MANNHEIM i:i:
Hv WALTER C KOVNER
Attorneys for Executor
1/13-20-27 2/3
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 37044-B
In Re ESTATE OF
SAM PROSTERMAN, Deceaaed
To All Creditors and All PafUM Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agaimd Said
Batati
Voii. and a, h of \ou, are heiel,\
notified and required to preaent any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
eatate of HAM PROSTERMAN. -l.
.eased late of Dade County, E
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same in
their office* in the Count) Courthouse
in Dad, County. Hoiida. ultliln .-ikclit
calendar month* from th. data of the
first publication hereof, said claims
oi demandl In contain the legal ad-
ol the laimnnt and to l,e narorn
lo .i nd |ii ,. in, i .,, | foi esald, or same
will he barred.
D.,ie Januan nth. A.D. ISS(
MRS SAM PROSTERMAN,
\- Vilii.l".st!.itti\ C T A of
th.- Last Will and Testament
of sam PROSTERMAN,
l > .
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Attorneys for Administratrix, C.T.A.
1 18-10-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is herehv GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engaK' <"
business under the fictitious name of
PIRDY LLNCHEONETTB, at
1421 20th St Miami Beach. Inl
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
IDA CHINSKY, Sole owner
MAI.\ IN KNQLAKDBR
Attortte) for Applicant
311 Lincoln Rd.
l/(-13-20-27
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NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREHY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltloua name of
THE DINGHY, at 3X4 Miracle Mile.
Coral Cables, Florida. Intends to reg-
ister aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Count). Fl"i-
sl.M.iN HERMAN, owner
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Attorney foi Simon Herman, owner
12/30 l/-U
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TUNIS JTA iThere must be no discrimination between Tunisian
Moslems and Jews in the elections for the Tunisian legislature next
March, the Neo-Destour (nationalist! French language newspaper i-
Aitic" declared here.
Casablanca (JTA)-Pleas for unity and understanding between
Jews and Moslems in Morocco were voiced at Babat, capital of Morocco.
at a meeting today called by i group of Jewish and '
The meeting was attended by more than 1.000 persons and was presi
over by Prince Moulay Hassan, son of Sultan Mohammed B< n
The Prince, addressing the meeting, said that the al the
Jews for ferael Is a- natural as thai ol the M He insisted, however, thai this was ''"'
Jews and Moslems in Morocco
ISTANBUL (JTA)President Celal Bayar's statement n Jordan
some months ago that the Turkish arms would be by the
Arab Legion were injustl) attacked, did not
or moral obligation upon Turkej eant to rep
ish policy. Foreign Mil ist< t I uai Koprulu told th< Ni
during a'debate preci|
Foreign Minister then proceeded to point out thai
sident's statement did not conflict with Turkej n in thi
Middle East, s hat as i member ol the I'nited N rkej
il remain indifferent to anj thn
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
BONN JTA'Two ancient silver c > from tin Bar
Knchba and the othi r i Shekel dating to the dr-t upi linst
the Romanswen liancellor Koi on
behalf of Dr N'ahum Goldmann in hi)
('rial Clain inj The pn
it weekend ir bon 0th birthdi) Di
F. E Shinnar. head of thi Purchasing Mission, wl nted
Dr. Goldmann's gift to the German >,!
r on behalf I bra. I I M ..-. r M
PARIS iament ol :
which includi all the principal the
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Morocco that then
i recentlj
1 : Israel, Turl ., gation from th< group
was founded 1893 and has mor
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present of the ConneCu V. mn, R.,_ "_ *"
ministers the fund. Funds received?^.2_5_ST T" uhl,-h a,!
the damaged synagogues mSSt PutaamZaf___2_,J1 Uhalf "f
S12.000. With what the congregation ,f.he ?? mdM
contributed themaelvea, oSriSS^y^lJT^* bu,!'"" have
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career in journalism and has held clnaTanTn Monlr"a- Parted his
and in Washington. Canadian diplomatic potts It.
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Congress, the UJA "new look" was ann*unced rL "&n JewKn
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LJA agreement as it existed for the pa$ six yea7s k Sla** of ,he
revamped." H m >ears ,s being completely
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20. 1956 to Honor iller Ion son of Mr. and Mrs. 2952 South Miami ave., I B, r Mil/vah. Saturday ,n 21. at the Hebrew Rabbi Alexander S. jffiriate. Mitzvah will conduct ind will read the ibbalh portion from the Hshth grade student at v .„ |emy, was awarded [ledal for the "Youth of jjlh" in November. 1955 Miami Beach Exchange Cromplished pianist. Jay I %  memory contest by the Women's Symj is I member of the hectors of the Academy. is financial secretary. amber of the board of if the Hebrew Academy ****** fhrMt%n the services. Kiddush ;\& at the Academy in je Bar Mitzvah. |wn KI"''',S Wl ** EI of Fitchburg. Mass.; leedman, Herbert Gutand Mrs Oscar Nudelon. Harold, all of Chicar uid Mrs David Miller. L ( aid and Mr. and el FYii dman. Miss Violet in Oppenheim i'.ton Berliner. Chicago. Student Will |r Mitzvah Mr and Mrs. Sam (rill become Bar Mitzvah | rning services, Beth David Synagogue. |u>t R isenberg will offiCantor William I.ipson tho musical portions of eventh grade stuIhenan loah Junior High ^ere he ia class reporter erol the Youth Guidance he is a member -lie Youth and IB fefilin Club. Cap| junior bowling team and >p H'). he also atI Beth David cotild Sunday school I lince kindergarten P I from religious fcrc last June. Edward is |udenl ai Hebrew High out-of-town guests at^e Bar Mitzvah, all from h s grandmothers, ^r Teitelbaum and Mrs. rviten Also present will MrSamuel Spector, fa Samuel Kopin. Mr. [Barnt'v In-Inn, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. aril Mrs I Swett and I Leavttt "tens uill be hosts at %  waing Kidduah in honson. J3<*r •'$ Topic PJwith will meet Sun; Jen 22 a, Beth Jacob EL. ,; •' ,,, T,b,,r s !" C^V"' M*-ker. '"'1 J. Z. Stadday evening services at the (enter in honor of the Bar Mitzvah and the 75lh hirt'i his maternal grandmother. Mrs. Fannie Daum, a Miami resident for 30 y< Kiddush will fallow the Bar Mitrvah service Saturday, with the Levinea ai hosts. DER YIDDISHER FORUM MEETS EVERY SATURDAY, S p.m. KNESETH ISRAEl CONGREGATION 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach SATURDAY, JANUARY 21 fittest Speaker: %  EZAlEl S:*MAN Socielaeist and Author af "Jim Mf ITHNK GROPS IN THE UNITM STAUS" reefa "S0CI41 AN") KMGiWS TtMDtMCXS W AMERICA" ivi > • ••' ''' WarnerMurray Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple EmanuEl Saturday, Jan. 21. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Martin is an eighth grade student at Miami Beach high school and attends the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Krassner, 3955 NW 3rd St., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Michael attends Kinloch, Park Junior high school, where he is a member of the band. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. SUITE 204 OPPOSITE ELEVATOR PHONE MOhawk 7-5738 Daily, Sundays, Nights A Holidays Far Appointment DR. BRUCE W. HIGLEY, D.D.S., M.S. Orthodontist (Straightening Teeth) OFFICE HOURS 7210 RED ROAD DAILY AND CROSSROADS BUILDING BY APPOINTMENT SOUTH MIAMI, FLORIDA You Art* HVIfom** to Vt*AY UOi^V The Finest Conditioned Golf Course in Miami Miami Country Club 1345 N.W. lltk STRUT DAILY GREEN FEES $3.00 HOTD WADKINS, Professional 4 FLAGLER STREET Phone 9-3771 WATCH REPAIR Guaranteed one year I • Cleaning, Stem and Crown • Cleaning, Staff • Cleaning, Mainspring (mainspring guaranteed far lift af latch) Fxoert r*r by watchmakers with ovar 25 years' exoerience (net including crystals, dials, calendars, chronographs and automatics). Rights reserved to rafuse any watch tee badly damaged. Byrons Watch Dept., Street Floor i



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iu0 ir %  95fi -< Premiere of Strassburg Opera ieim' Due in New York on Jan. 28 i **-***" Page 118 jewi.-h Music Month Ijebrated this year at the Cevel by the New York Tjiiere of Robert Strassf„ .„ i c one act opera, Iwill be performed by [hcter Opera theatre at !,;.,,; auditorium in New on Saturday, Jan. 28. the da) <>f Jewish Music jj based on the humorttolom Aleichem, l^or i Ylddisll stories. on-. nine scenes in one a libretto by Raymond director of the Westhpcra Company. L|\ real sense it will be musical occasion." comi irg explained, "since T fn .-t lime that these huliilk tales about the inno| a ol i he townspeople a once thriving communttd, has attained operatic Wi/nu the Knglish lantern musical idiom." bust habased his thematic I MI JVuish folk melodies vein, am! has writ tre th..' is humorous and I i he story deals with and the I afternoon nwkHM. Youth representatives came from five different locations, the Town Branch. Beach Branch, Flagler-Granada Center. Coral. G1)les Jewish (.'enter and North Dade 1 Jewish Center. Th". heard an address at the opening assembly by Jerry Wichncr, disc jockey for radio station WINZ. who spoke on | the theme of the conference. "Today's Teenagers — Tomorrow's Leaders." Following the general program. j delegates split up into seven different workshops arranged by the [ conclave steering committee. Teenage chairmen lor the workshops were Ann F.lovitz. Sheila '• Wyle, Linda Abess, Rochele MinHell, Barbara Foosaner. Elaine j Gubin and Judy Sterling. Monticello Pork Religious School Adds Two Teachers Monticello Park Congregat.on this week announced the addit. >n of two teacher* to its religious school faculty. Rabbi Isaac Later, spiritual leader of the congregation and school principal, said that the new teachc r. are .! CoMfsrb and Ml Shirley Herman. Goldfarb i.-. a graduate of TeacherOoDegt at Yeii,..! Univi i and has taught in the Portug Jewish Synagogue of New York. as 1 well as m schoolin \\ urtsboro and Woodndge. NY. Mrs. Berman. who joins the nursery school -tuff, is a graduate of the Leonardo da Vinci Art School and has taught in Dade grade schools, as well as at the Uleta Nursery School Cantor David Koussevitsky Will be unable fo appear at Congregation Beth JIUah fridoy & Saturday, lanuarv 20th & 2Tst due to illness. Tickets Will be Refunded at Synagogue Office / THE UNIVERSITY Of MIAMI PRESENTS Jan. 2* — Cvt. Jan. 28 — Mat. 4 Ive. j DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM S4.00 3.50 3.00 2.75 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.50 7*V


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130. 19SS a^L^H I I i %  I. %  Andron Dies m New York; inder of Synagogues, Schools -^titfJT wWtit AMoun Page 11A Andron, a resiJeach for more kcl Monday in a >rK UVJtjit was |f a family of rabRabbi Andron as an outstandHcbrew scholar many articles on lerica. )r. David S. Anilan Dead; of Noted Titus tfman Kaplan, wife Kaplan, rabbi iple Israel, died lidence, 1638 Nor. %  i Beach. bscrved her 81st the and Dr. Kaplan >th wedding anniime here 30 years inati. She was a f the Sisterhood and active in cornaffairs. • ^u kind, Mrs. Kapby two brothers, of Roanoke, Va., lan. of Savannah, listers, Mrs. Maude p Etta Kauders, of Lillian Olser, of Fannie Steinberg, i NHot officiated at ^plc Israel Sunday, (ordon Funeral Roach in charge, the Temple Israel Iceland Memorial ir-< and members of proctors of Temple Wary pallbearers. dron and Eli Andron, both of Miami Beach, are operators of the Prince Michael hotel here. His daughter, Mrs. Joaeph Mackovykv. 1* th* wffp of TonJlfVgafion Both Tfilah's spiritual leader. Other survivors are Philip Andron and a sister Judith Levitas, who live in New York City. Rabbi Andron was the founder of the synagogue on Euclid ave at 14th st., organizing Congregation Jacob Joseph, which later changed to Miami Beach Jewish Center and Temple Emanu-EI. He also helped organize Congregation Beth Tfilah and the Hebrew Academy. At the age of 20, Rabbi Andron arrived in New York from Russia and was one of the three original organizers of the first Zionist Organization in America. He was also a founder of the Yeshiva Isaac Elchonon, now known as Yeshiva University, and also the Yeshiva Jacob Joseph, the oldest Hebrew all-day school in the country. from Inlon City, N.J., and rcaMM at 1 ..II Meridian ave. He ia mirvlv.l In hi* wife. Kthel; n win. Herald, a broth •r and l*ter. S. rvi. %  • %  < Wfn.Inn. 13 %  I Newman-Uor.l. HI Kuneral Home. Ml.i mi lie.i. Ii MRS. ANN LEWIS 71, of litot Indian Creek dr., died .Ian. IService* and liurlal w.i. In MfW Y..ik City, with Riverside-Beach Me mortal <'hu|..-l. Waahlnaton ave. In I'kiiiK* of in i .nineinants Memorial Chapel. Alton Ml., with burial In t'inetnnatl DAVE MILLER ... of JSO nth at., a Jewelrv salesman died Jan. X In a local hoiH>ltal. < %  •IIIIIIK here from I'hlcavo two yeara aeo. he N Kurvlved by hla wife. Alv.e; a BOH. Itonald; a dauKhter and iln.e water Service* and burial wenIn < hlcaKo, with Newman-Cordon KunenU Home In charae of arruil*, iru-ntH. IRVING M. CANNON it, (oMimr Miami lleach rraMent. died %  Ian. %  In Houston, Tea II. arai a natKe of Lakewood, N.J.. and lived here f* Mini la-fore movlna u> Houaton five Mais ago, A World War I vel ami inemhei of the American UKIOII he IH survived by hi wife, II %  mil a dauKhter, Mr* Robert Mayerson Service* wenJan. in InRiverBlde-BenU. died suddenly home in Chicago. f. long-time winter ii Beach, was the | Sidney S. Shinderine ave., Miami liand is chairman % f the Shinderman orida. In addition, by three son v. nd Maurice Chimthicago. MRS. BESSIE FELDMAN 63. a winter visitor from Clifton. N.J., died Fan. 12. Servleea and burial were In New Jeraev. with Newman-Oordon I ii Home. Miami Beach, in rHarae Bf loi-at nrrnnitementa. WILLIAMTaBRIE .'..".. of :'74l s\v 1th at a wtiiitiiie Irai lor. died in a local hoNpltal Jan. It He can" liei,ji >e*i* l(D f i om Lew, laton. Me and l.i turvlVM bj hi* wife.* a daughter, Itoealle. three brothera nnn a Hater Services were Jan II at Qordun'a Miami chapel, with burial in Hajtlor Memorial Park. BERNARD LIPPEL •S. of DM SW 7th t. died Jan 1<1 Id lli'i.m I nnerul Chapel was In i li.it • of l-.i al ai i .ingemetit* MRS. EVA SKOLNICK SO. of New N ..I k. died Jan 16. Rlveralde-l'.ea. h Memorial Pthi|iel. Waeh Ington ave.. waa In chnnte of lf*ml telnenta and shipment to New Volk ISIE SEIOEN fr died in a hospital re from New |o and is survived bj rpii three daustitet %  gMn M II lei it. id .III.I Jl i nine, and I ind luirial weic ritli Itiveraldc I Normandy late, in |*' i mm-ii.. HERZOG I dud Jan. II In a here _•:( yeara ajco IRVING CLASSER -1: : • it -I id died Jan '• at his home at the age of 67. He came here li> • %  II I'.i uoklj n and i-> siiivived I., nia wife Birdie; a dnuahlei. Mis .1 Kl-ii. and daughter and •..ii n tin Ninth and four grandchildren BervlcM und buiial were In Brooklyn, JACOB PEAL 71. of 7115 Miiimv ave.. Treasui %  laland. Who .iii.iInn five \e.lis .1*" t;om New York, ' Ills wife. Minnie a will, Stanle> and four dauKhtei s. MiMotile Wasluiw. Mis Cold,. I"l. i-hinan. Mrs. Thelma Horn iiie in.I Mr Hetty Rubin. Berviceea were Jan. at KJveralde-Beach Ballet Theatre in 3 Performances The University of Miami will present the Ballet Theatre at the Dade County auditorium on Thursday and Saturday evenings, Jan. 26 and 28. A Saturday afternoon matinee is also scheduled at 2:80 p.m. The programs are being presented here in conjunction with the Ballet Theatre Foundation, Blevins Davis, president. Directors are Lucia Chase and Oliver Smith. Presented at the three performances will be such outstanding and internationally renowned artists as Nora Kaye, John Kriza, Rosella Hightower, Erik Bruhn, Hugh Laing. Lupe Serrano. Ruth Ann Koesun, Eric Bratin. Sonia Arova and Scott Douglas. Also appearing will be Barbara Lloyd, Job Sanders, Christine Mayer, Michael Lland, Catherine Horn, Fexnand Nault and Enrique Martinez. Under the management of Sol Hurok, the productions are being directed by Joseph Lcvine. with Dimi Romanoff acting as regisseur. Conductor will be Jaime Leon. Thursday evening's performance will include the great favorite, "Swan Lake," by Tschaikowsky. Also scheduled is "Dim Lustre," a ballet by Antony Tudor, with music by Richard Strauss. Pas de Deux will be from "Don Quixote." In addition, the program includes "Graduation Ball," by David Lichine, with music by Strauss. Saturday matinee will feature "Princess Aurora," muse by Tschaikowsky; "Pas de Quatre, v choreography by Anton Dolin. with music by Cesar Pugni; and "Fancy Free," by Jerome Robbins, with music by Leonard Bernstein. Evening performance will include "Giselle," scenario by Theophile Gadtier on a theme by Heinrlch Heine, with music by Adolf Adam; and a report of "Princess Aurora." a^ea^ai a? ^e^ae ^^emea.4eaae*,tf4e*^ i*iTe'5wi Mnnounccs For Commission An "open door" policy of county government is advocated by Edwin L. Mason, waH-known Miami attorney and former Justice of the Peace, who an nouneed his can didacy this week for the Board oi County Commis sioners, Distncl 2, in the sprinj elections. Mason, wh< said that he wil also work foi immediate devel county's deep water port facilities. to make Miami a port comparable with New Orleans, settled rumors he would run for other offices by announcing for county commission. "I feel that I can best serve the people of this county as commissioner, and wiH devot* my full time to the job if elected." LNAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKItKIIY CIVKN that the underalRned, deal ring to engage In under the f;. tltlous name of lli i| I :KA I I1AK. at 172 Uiralda \ run. Coral liables. Intcndn to reisia| wlfti the clerk of the circuit Com t of |)ad< CounC I,on la Moititis KI:I:\I:I; SI,I:H <;AI;S Attorneys for Applicant opment of Dade Masen W. lUntl.-l SI -I" CROWN FENCE • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAIN UNI WOOD CONCRETE DOUBLE LOOT 4 DIAMOND LAWN WOE FENCING MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDEkDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 Studio M Playhouse BIRD ROAD AT PONCE CORAL GABIES Air CMeaWi A MIGHT NEW COMEDY BY RONALD ALEXANDER (. w i v w r it i / i Dirtcttd ay GEORGE KEATHLEY OPENING THURSDAY NIGHT 1:30 CURTAIN PLEASE RESERVE EARLY Phone 83-08 or NE 5-2336 All Seats 1.50 (Tax IK I.) ^""'" % %  dft [Moeller. Winton L. Moeller, camp director, and nold, owner, are shown looking over the proqram Hal reunion of Qamp Cariyle in Hendersonville, 'nday in the Aladdin room of the Algiers hotel, ipers and their families enjjoyed the festivities, ownership and direction fcr the past nine years, •njoys a large clientele in the Miami area. Byrons Display Helps Curious If you're curious to see how $100,000 in csisp. new $1 bills looks, just go down to Byrons any day this week and see the display of lovely green in their Flagler st. window. It's the amount of money that would be yours if* you were a lucky winner on Speidel's TV show, 'The Big 6urpri.se." One hundred thousand dollars in singletons weighs about 300 pounds. And if one stack wers made of them all, it would be 31 feet high. You can look all you want, but you musn't touch, for the money is in Byrons' window through the courtesy of the Pan-American Bank, whose guards will be on duty to restrain anyone who gets wrong ideas. The $100,000 will be on display from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m when it will be returned to the Pan-American Bank for the night. Luncheon Sessions Open Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami starts its seasonal get-together luncheons Monday, Jan. 22, at th Raleigh hotel. Guest speaker will be Dr. Beialel Sherman, well known lecturer and sociologist Ehiel Lesowoder will preside. Jacob Fishman will lead communal singing. ANNOUNCEMENT The Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emeth proudly announce their official affiliation with Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel MIAMI BEACH Riverside Memorial Chapel MIAMI Beach Memorial Chapel MIAMI BEACH Hellman Memorial Chapel MIAMI BEACH Rendering final rites according to strictest religious ethics in cooperation and supervision of Greater Miami's leading orthodox Rabbis. Protect... Respect Your Loved Ones Insist on the One and Only GREATER MIAMI CHEVRA KADISHA MATHAN GINSBURG, Pns. MRS. ISRAEL GOLDBERG, Sisterhood Fns. ISIDOR SCHWARTZ, Chairman Chevra Msaskym $ % 



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Page 12 B -Jmisttkrite£_ Business, Trades Groups Urged into Heavy Action Here i dailv rt • binocl Jewi-h Appeal leader of the ominous thr I. all bu-. being urged to this %  %  • chairman thai set 1 35 Ri %  meet %  Tues the I vVi I Hal the Miami B %  : U • IN Thurs William B. Ri -• l .. • Ember? • 245-22) • %  %  Allie I Broad, el Apai 1 • is ex pressed a desire %  .-. drive in keepins, with the emergency neecI % %  ... urrent eampal The QMT Lipfon Cites Franklin as Wise Who Started US. on Road \l ...k \l I inlnH IW tiHawl nf i ph M I..|>t >n. president of i A Fv )p Dadc Federal SavtBfs and Lota sari at mn |t -w*" \.nation t Miami and Florida eral Coverall i!?^ director of the United States Sav. pnmarv f uri !I?! *fl and Loan League, stated Wedtheir -...„£"** V s lay that National Thrift Week proud,. d \af m orating Benjamin Frank-1 to au ',,\ lOtll birthday anniversary be\ horn. | naocSj % %  1T of he h.,UMn7LL*l I [• •: pointed to the billions try have u.-A ^ J %  liars in savings of the people now being held in the educ of the Young presidi %  w.sh -ess exi and led by executive directa Mat %  -" %  '• Tie. Federation Forms Speakers' Bureau Hebrew Academy Sabbath Procioimed by Community 2 Df the the ser:. \ 1 H • r Mian lewisl Fi •.! to clur %  Mrs A nucleus unit I %  • • ril • %  : the savings and loan institutions, commercial and savings bank -urance companies a* nument to the philosophy of Benjamin Franklin. drine to spend wisely. \ -tcmatically and invest profitably is a guiding factor to the (lay."' I.ipton It is the true bulwark and foundation that has made this -r.at "' Li| died that it was only after fioniamin Franklin that people began to think about saving. "It was the I'hil.nl-lphia Savings and the Provident n for Savings in Boston • ned for the purpose of ung a sate place to save and th habit of thrift fhe value of that thinking has down through the la;, as our national econom) i \er forward, making her standard of living possible :<• and more families, the •maintain the thrift habit becomej increasingly important." of the beat indications as t<> the sj\mgs habit of the people of is in the spec lar growth of the savings and loan industry. Upton explained j There are a total of 6.000 savings and loan associations in ihe n*uo.i and these institutions hold more than 37 billion dollars in in dividual savings Of these 6.000 institutions, nearly 1.700 are Federal Sa\in and Loan Associations. I ir.gs and loan a jto Upton. Uptoi s mjji of more han amon*; u., |, rst ^l and loan jssocutiaWj A Florida .lir^torj States Savingi and 1 nc erill k ive for week to attendi, the Leaj Lon B.nk board £ Reeed revis ou m the regulation go Savings and Loan AUGUST BROv IS th< tits r UNDER NEW Whitehoi Beaut^ — SAION P*naM-sf ffi Hair S •>) Spechl In'.rsjutf] Van Weei SHAMPOO ri $2.03 14S1 0CIANI Pfcaet ft MM' DEESOBLE DOMEST'C HEL RELIABLE OAv WORKERS A-l Employment Service 37 N.E. M St. PH. 94401 *L ME DENBERO Owr tr O A I K U P S TO NEW YON M. LIEBERMAN & SONS the hotel teWM RLIEBERMANsSI evilie has everything ; ::; : %  valets. ,a FCR INFOPVATION*" HMIT HUFEHIST .,,.„ tMntn 2-23,1 OCURHttri M AVi BU STORAGE WAREHOMflJ LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AMI NEW JERSfY • PHIIADEIPHIA • %  *"" AllANT • WASHINGTON • M* !" 1 PROVIDENCE ~4 .11 •tW pawtt *#*k/ r Unkt fire Proof Constructed Storage rVore** 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Did l" ^^*^j~ Sf +-^~^*~vJ~>+' SAVI EOR TOMORROW WHERE YOU CAN BORROW FOR TODAY favinpAecaoh 2M%lRterett Perwail Loins Auto Loins NiCfel Depositary taakiaf bjr Mai Letters .1 Credit Safety Deposit leies Hnmlrr Fe4erml r P .,|, BWK of MIAMI BEACH 937 WASHIhUJTON AVENUE > i : : i i > > i > • easy to buy with your MORRIS BROS.' S -mim** k u tm m t M MM Of SUNSHINE FASHIONS* r t'8. p., on. "*** MIAMI tf ACM FT. UUMROAIE Wtfl ^^^5* -?fJf Arrow Py nothing down ... 1/3 votir oc^cisr 't rucirt MORRIS BROS. ^HOttt 124441 MlAMf -CMVAI**CC' 5SW ; ^^/ tWAUOI.. •^•'^hW %  Car, H Mw jwifflfs H0 COAST TMIATtKAl AGOKt



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HtB&ti&L. .* Page 6 B Mrs. Selig Named To National Board Hn Mond S pointed a wmbc:of the eitcutive committee of the rmtl J Appeal nationa Announo aupointmcnt was n Mrs Hew N N The i their eoramui div • theS %  %  Mothers' Marchers Seek Volunteers %  Hn. Montt Mh %  Poetess Opens Home to Ladies i %  i %  Fete of frfctfsM Meow ji cables District Zionint for many year*. Mrs Ma Jacob*, prosidciit of (lul) 1. has aanounr. nuba \„r R-ShavoT party Monday tve nine. Jan 23. in the Krwssth Israel auditorium. 1415 Euclid ave. The Mill honor the Max Waif man's on their 30th anniversary. held a Sunday t uT Mr Un dr •binary arraaj dated by the B^km. ewtl A Kitaea, P*y| Minus David Simon CHEVROLET PHONE 9-6441 1055 W.FLAGIER tfghtService 2300N\W.7TTIAVE. PHONE 64 2626 DlA#* [ m FOR NATIONAL THRIFT WEEK JANUARY I?. There's No Better Time Than Now ORT Chapter Here Eyes Fashion Show %  • *nd r pectaruj L \". ^ r lrv neral wxharmen \ %  u j x ai be presented dun to Make a Note to ^ Save Every ) Payday *M. S,4me f Wtimtratb %  H Oo$n is Hostess Membership tea [or prospect,^ member> 1U be gner. bv ,VV Beach %  • napter ,f Complefe and Dependable Tfffe Service IAMI TITL+3 iuktmctCo. EARS OF T.TLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE n£^ THW hnwMct PolkiM ,f KMMS City Titl* kmran C UptW, S„ai„ t mrm £*eerf Ji^oO^OO 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TO-EPHONI 9-1892 Remind yourself to SAVE a little out of income regularly. The best way to roach the goal you'rt working for whether rf a now homo, new cor, education of children, or a special vacation is by saving for it. Stop in one of DADE FEDERAL'S convenient offices soon and open your INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT, and make a note to add to h regularly. If you can't come in, call about our SAVE-BY-MU plan. DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS are INSUR t0 "0,000 each by th* Fedbral Savings and loan Insurance Corporation and EARN dividend* twice a year for you at tho currant rate of 3% Per annum. Dade Federal JOSEPH %  'AK INC AT AU MANCHfS • TiHiSl "~ -* —** — —• —— 6 rr! J !5!L!^igp 8S MILLION .—, M r %  iw **• '* ooH



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* 120. 1956 +Jmlsli fkrlfitn [S inday ^n. chairman of jil i lib region, of America, aniv lh;it an all-day d by the region Sunday evening, Emanu-El. man of the arjittce is Dr. Herrho has announc• Understanding Movement." |t> to he disCUastd Hive Approach to M Dynamic," tented by Rabbi x, of North Shore >n. which will be Plaza hotel starti Irving Lehrman, p. Temple Emanu'"The Significance Kement to the Lo11 session. Rabbi spiritual leader Center, will <\\%  *vative Approach the Lips or from |n and concluding made by Rabbi lenberg, of Beth Hon. Among comv. ho will particihar as discussants 5\;/. Manuel BergGlickman, Harry Sher. Page 9 A Blue Grass motel and a director of estimated 2.000 multiple Klerosia *• %  ,n ; r.„ victims in the area, stated Mr, l-unds raised will be used for l ., ., „ ... irch, a much needed nursing Merl M. Dunne, president of the home ind for rehabilitation of tbeJ l ocal MS (,upter MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd sl. Phone MO 1-8201 Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, congratulates Bert Tumpson, president of Temple Emanu-El Young Adult Group, who was awarded a gold trophy for bsing "Outstanding President of Young Adult Groups in Dade County." "rustee Field Miami kselton, secretary Irustees of Yeshiva proctor of develop >ert Kinstem Colarrived in Miami et with national lical college camhas coordinated lade possible the %  e Albert Einstein York on Oct. 23. for 30 years as a d member of the lan a dozen volunmtli Florida area. the establishment Id office of Yeshipnstein College at M C. Billig, fori ident, will be office. iormer assistant [chairman of the |Appeal and held the Federation of phropiea in New t'JA from banked as president of Bank of New pars. shortly before ^ opinion, this entatest contribution nunity has under, commonwealth of ile." students began Rtein College last Hege is the core Medical City, in[S45.000.000 Muniuter in New York. Miami Prepares For CP Telethon In an announcement Wednesday. Dooley. Jackie Pierre. Alec Gibson Charles Netter. president of the | and other stars of show business United, Cerebral P.-.lsy Association! in order that many more chil. of Miami, said that the annual i dren may participate in the TeleUnited Cerebral Palsy Telethon ithon, on Sunday morning, the wiH be telecast Saturday and SunMiracle Theatre "in Coral Gables day, Jan. 21 and 22. over WTVJ and the Gatewav Theatre in Fort for the purpose of raising $400,000 for operation of the United Cerebral Palsy clinic at 1812 SW 1st St. This modern 22.000 square foot building will be buHt on land don ated by the Dade county commissioners at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Medical supervision for the clinic will be provided by the staff of the University of Miami school of medicine, according to Otto Fenias. Telethon chairman The broadcast will start at 10:30 p.m. in Miami Beach auditorium. Master of ceremonies will be Miss Toni C.ilman. radio and TV star. Among other stars of stage, screen, radio and television who will participate in the show are Captain Kangaroo and his CBS television show, Miami's own Vagabonds, sports celebrities Sam Sneed and Ted Williams, The Treniers. Jim IE WEEK... IS I SEE IT Continued from Pogo 4 A it mentioned many times in The Protocols of the M Zhm,' promulgated at Zionist Congresses between No daily newspaper in the United States dare tell r) publisher knows there is A Great Jews Conth;it political Zionism is the instrument for its fulfilled, the Arab Information Center has fallen victim to The Story of Zionist Espionage in Egypt." the f "Zionism and Communism are two distiri. [Political objectiveworld domination. Both powers I and in public without friction since the power in the P'> go to Zionism '• p PI i> now receiving arms from the Communist world Zionism, perhaps the plot is even more vast and Ai .ihs imagine since, clearly, the Zionists would never | Vf, ne—least of all the Communi ts in destroy them••re are infinite. Pity that the Arabs are not Laudedale, will have a complete Telethon starring at 8 a.m. Boys and girls who live near these theatre's may attend the Telethon and receive gifts. Senre 800 volunteers from South Florida art busy with p're-telethon work. Over 200.000 letters are being mailed to the people of this area. An eight-section brochure explaining the operation of the Miami clinic and the needs of the cerebral palsied of South Florida is included fn this large mass mailing. MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-3431 IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director 3 Motel Owners Head MS Division Three prominent motel owners have been appointed to head the motel division of the Greater Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association $100 a plate gold key donor dinner benefit on Sunday, Feb. 5, in the Pompeii room of the Eden Roc hotel, featuring Joe E. Lewis and an all star show. Heading the motel division are David R. Porvin, owner of the Ocean Shore motel and former president of the Greater Miami Beach Motel Association; Floyd L. Brandes, co-owner of the Dunes motel and president of the Greater Miami Beach Motel Association; and Jack Taub, co-owner of the Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MS NUCHKAN AVENUE, MIAMI IEACM Jf 1-35*5 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22u. AVE. Ph. HI 6-5160 Mv your roof repaired new: you will iavi on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Mon" Tower Tackle Co. 2197 N.W. 7th AVE.. MIAMI 1008 N.E. 10th AVE. FT. LAUDERALE Top Quo/ify Merchamilst •* Morido's lowest frleti FISHING TACKLE SKIN DIVING EQUIPMENT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ARCHERY -KNOW* nom COAST-TO-COAST" PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Sorvino fht 7twlsli Community Sioct 1926 MAWS Om ^-^ GUA*ANTEED AW OMIY 6^^^^^ F,NI$T QUAUTY JEWISH F M MONUMENTS urtuiiucuT W^mlaLf B T l0wt$T rocEs MUNUIIIMI W IN MIAMI! BUILDERS rifM fxavsrvfir W^^ W HIA0$T0 "" 10 THt JEWISH IIA*^^ FOOTSTONES Cl/ENTEIE J^f QnJy $3500 Why Pay More? lay for Less at Palmer's and Save! Aff Manvmcnfs Custom Mode fa Our Own Shops Within 3 Days f 3277 -7f.il SOUTHWEST 0th STRUT Next to Cornor of 33rd Anmw I 01 6-S921 1 1 Nl 6 5922 W. > % % % % % % % I! % IE [i r r % % % % Courteous EttMeut MHgnltied Service NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL Edward T. Newman Funeral Director .333 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-7677



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sMgAsPfiSs* PageJO^ MJRA MASKT — %  Busv iS^owiiig By Leaps and Bound S The Rod Sea port of Eili Israel's mosl southerl) tip. has >een much in the news lat< bas become %  ^P"*" ets to roar over n Egypt ed jusl outsidi Israel's territorial waters to pn reaching the port in lion oi .ill international lav Eilal is the huh ol thai Ahull S< %  trom Israel lo -till the I ippetite oi her hostile i But all that doesn't botlu i le who live thi i suggi er>vl %  climate i> trulj with • %  sk There %  %  %  particulai S but thou .... n %  I another md when s %  %  %  visit to Tel A times %  NHITU lit SCHWARTZ, — Most of Us Reallv aren't Generous Givers ON THE NATURE Of MAN. An laaey j n p rj D9obrt D. Rune*. 10S pp. Ntw York $3.50. •y HILARY MINDLIN OACOBERT D. RUNES, whoso Treasury J recently reviewed in this column, has increastd ?] output with this, slender volume of ponderir. is fascinated by enigma, and cai I and tend forth widening npp|< %  „f %  ti rested in both microcosm and macrocoaai eing ne in the place o( the other irl of ( as it were, which reduces man to hii tan in which I>r Runes can make the point that man i Man imagining that the universe evolved a a ilike a breath taking the storming winds'*! ol hivapor." he writes in a section called EVMUJI A roach lived in a clock and thought it knew illi world because it watched and listened until it could! Or, on all man's "meditations, bis fears, his lores agi the timeless universe coursing through inlinite -t*t| hut the dreams and doodlings of a blade of grass ml The seas Our their Yule i ur C'hanuka. KMTJ jng prcser It i an old practice J ic b senl :.•• • brother I Eliezer present* the well. I am reminded of the the rabhi who had a tooth pi He asked "What ithe chai "Oh, jusl nuka said the dentist. 'Thai n't let It is not thi %  %  % %  % %  lit gif t 1 r. As %  %  I tint enl : Once hi %  •. • i .ne i n the list was I had a wim I not kn. .. .( t i him There ,an art in gh ii said ot Presid n n Hai rison that he md ir. the act maki o| him. while i would turn the man down, pin thus %  • %  Solomoi %  Mosl %  pable %  and many %  m i .VII I. %  i I sui an Isr while uld up a n try b> bui its induei Moimomdrs laon r hrl a THERE ARE, HOWEVER, less redeeming it* IDr Hunes" peculiar system of anthropology hi enae with what is already known and -lides pan mented "fact" in realms where scientistarc lull inswen Thus a good bit of miMnformalion gets rally accepted knowledge, which not quite i difficult to tell where one staves off and the< the reader is better equipped than tno • I>r Runes wems also to have aa^aunderstooi I he is disturbed, for instance, to find fi-h -wimminitln' k as their ancestors did millions of years ago 1h| %  i\e evolution becomes rather hypothetical mi unt hanged character of algae, molds and fungi thmatf Dr. Runes perhaps has forgotten that it i-ttti species to disappear when some of its members eiektt occasionally, the author gets earn. I away by bat when his theory of lav leads him to say the law van to imprison the masses. The law is the i rime l| Dr Kiinei* prone to a most tin philosophy failing: kef ..II his own values as he goes along, letting up qi wer. and simply ignoring anything which theor) he is carefully constructing. i n the whole, one must take the book for what iti lorl id philosophizing, the musingol 0M nuail opinionated, sometimes rather quibbling. It is Dr Runes' saving grace that he ial o often often inthy—and always, interesting CARSOS — The Ghost of Bandung is Still Stalki K1YY t GROSSMAN — Great Myth of Arab Unitv f tht Genei : .Wmblv er crowded I -aghos, .-m.s.nd '.;• %  %  -- • dung Confer. h, ( o e an,eh, ; „ ( ,„ r ';' Aprils .ettogethcr only Two wholly unpn • happened in Israel last week. One quickl} < %  public knowlc 'he first time I •en,: yi U-. the Jordai vn ,, n Jordan's sid< 1 Wendell lem stood with their backs Israel— their eyes and their • on. •trained on their i wn (i t' > Murlier that same day, and tor same reason-, the Military Commander of Jerusalem received a phone call from hicounter; t in Jordan. Their conversation was brief but somewhat u. u-ual. Should you bo disturbed by 1. ms from across (he bord explained the worried officer, "please do not respond—for it Will be a purely local affair'' And indeed it was. The two-dav rii Is which held sway in Jordan irom the 19th to the 21st of DeCi nber were almost entirely dh> '•'• ipon rtfts w„h,n the Tl Th %  new the worlds lines '•" hi for the moment at the deal a, the IN adopted at ,,.'".. "'Arab bloc. Bu nn, • Uaeh.S for tl lunt M ,h — VKHIS "J'V'" n at the seams -"'^ %  the hlOC as its anti-Israel lobby here Buttsl group as a lobby. Instead of rebi votes belonging to members one would need unity among all thj sentatives. And unity u the one. The Arabs themselves are far 1 Egypt is still shaking and keatagl impress all and sundry that Camr East Moslem world. It i simply asti Pact line-up has been bitter tei W* Then there are other memban group who have really little Arab bloc. The fight on admwSjM is illustrative of this diusioa. J when Turkey joined the Baadaljj when it came to important bell nected with the cold war. TurW] Araba—it was lined up with w' was the Philippines, one of I Bandung drum beaters head tO the 1which tears the l ns "'' • more Won: | alon •or this i, UM..CI MUUS V U „ Moral Democracy Viewed in 2.300 ft irdai -onisu rioted publich -,nn noiemij J-JJ2 nd the honored legend oi Arab unity u rZuL *"""""' national,-,, rebelbai agamst? The rea-on f„ r the upsurgencc was the RJCJIH Pac Th hdad Communist alliance which %  ently binds Iraq. Tfk a "Iran and finally B r,t Egypt declined to join. publi • preventing ar and revolution has about tall snsai cur Pakis^££m* *-**. lieve nggeata 'he s Prea(1 *'ll lead to the uu;,un :. f,r ri '" ng --W-M me erttuo, 0 -war BasicalU. he ria 'o-es. includm ; Ton, of human,th nk ^ tmg, uni0 V h a /^;^.be free* df nw>cratic and socialist parties to brin* %  national law and of the world At the same time, he receal reforms in the I'nlted Wa tieea^ ing with various world probK" devotes doastu of pages to Jewish problem He • nal > |W „^ Nazi racist movement and oeu"•m of the Nan racial ,r ory | jr the Nazi war crimes against J*wi mentation. He advocates the preservatlH Jews who escaped the S* *' at great length on the role of %  and culture in Israel



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s 1 J s t 1 c 1 ( ] I 1 1 Page 14 B *Je*istfk>ridiM_ All-Tschaikowsky Program Slated by U of M Orchestra With MalcuzynsW \n all• Tschaikowskj \ I be the % %  %  %  29 at rtist will IT Witol ctuynski. pianist, with no.in Bitter on the podium. Prim ,k to be performed b) Mali J ; I \ l III 1! oi op. 23 Phis : rork will be addition I %  %  i ; ... \ his \ i ed it tor Auer. Auer pronounced it imp e. I ater he ::> times and .ant pupl ne thins hapcerto ii" B-flat minor which he • year he tn %  i nnial Cel< In S always lably the who utn whi n he tou is wax WifoM Wo'cujynsfci Maxwell Company Here Reveals Major Expansion Plans in Stock Repurchase rchas I %  %  > hy I: %  %  motel tn Id Hi tern uncorked The prrra r l]( ,„ Iht Ilirn UDon largest in I in the hotel tative installations I ut the lip Door (•nnccrii) Hk<> a ilniid. .. ,-.. furnished b> Max i... ,.,,„. .,„ %  ., ii ucxrauw uc u,>il,i in ih. I l tative installation | he P ent conti rst rhe work nilnishil unpianisti. lie certain %  had been thar ...... I incluaV tameWeau tnm rnposers He |ained lts .... ., M .,., „,„.| to the piano and operating subsidiary oi the New I. \ Perrj ho :,J "V w,th York firi lustra. Te> Skylark motel. is Duparqui t. In< n ad I Alexandria \ i rowa How M %  ';' % % %  to its facilities ii Nex Vort bai S Montauk I Mon 'chos CitJ ,„ r complete out f it Ll; „,.,.,., ivrk.n „ uij iur c<>rii|>ieie nuiiimr.i: oi noRubenstein m due courseacknowl; ,. lv restaurants and institutions, hotel edged his error and played this p;ano concerto in public with tremendous success However, he TchaikoM (ave it to the distant I ...m-t. Hans '. Malcuzynski has achieved a II and the Roya V i toria ami Fort llontagu Beach bo tcls in N.i Greenfield said thai najtt 11 pansion plans foi Maxwell are now being made .,the company is en i I in its heaviest program m history, h.th locally and in other areas The „• boM in Miami Ii and the t'opacabana in Bal will maintain a branch operation mi tor the sa %  : sen ici I aiipmeni and supplies in %  "ii with Maxwell :r,.m their premises at 1035 North Miami ave Organization services and faciliworldwde reputation a> a p.ani-t ,„.. continue unchanged, he said n the Lmted States, he has perUl!h aU k retaining i'nduc.or" the h^irf'"' ,h "" : Greenfield named n,,,cn an,, me < opacaDana ,n I PmrreSoSeu, m "' Harbour now l """r construction. T', bj the firm %  Raton hotel and dub %  ••.Hull, director,,! in Boca Raton and the Raleigh • "He* Sans Souci Waldman Kl "' Shore ciuh hotels in impleteh %  have pi In i| thi M %  Mi in i Australian Leader In Miami for CJA I,, Max Schehk, outstanding lewish leader who I this country in lfH9 to i. >bi ol Brooklyn' iVm pic / Uk visited the mi area thb week to of the Combined h Appeal hi nk has made three i stud) in: conditions I and meeting and conith top government ffii he spiritual first h, re was at a dinner Monday in the home of '.Irs Carl Suaikind, where 11 leaders of the Pi oduce l'i\ i-ion H bbi Schenk spoke \ ountants Division in •In home o| Mr and Mrs Sidney I Ba) Height! dr the rabbi was dinner meetif thi l>< ntal Division in the ol Dr and MrMeyer Eggith Shore dr. and on Thursdaj Rabbi Schenk eaj to be • ol honor ,,t a social spon-or) thi Physicians Division in thi home ol Dr Charles Wcrblow, Di I.ido dr. • hicatad la the I'nited Rabbi Schenk went to Sydney. Australia, in 1939 to accept kiel Minister of TemEmanuel, which under his stewardship became one of the lar-••' Btiona in the British Empire During the war years he served as Australian director of the Jewish Welfare Board in the Southwest Pacific area, acted as editor of the Australian Jewish Review and earned a reputation as platform and radio lecturer, as well as author of numerous magazine articles -==Ja*iJT AUGUST BROi U>, it ft,, finr' n •d ularity Concerto wl '"" 11 Dr. Jerome Benson, director of patholoj* nai hospital, will speaker at the netfl Sunday social m the Amity 28 club -*| evening. Jan. 22, i Miami lewiah t*r. Dr. Benson "Research on Heart 1 AREYOO F A R B LUNJI1 FRE Seadtad^w^i,. IM WMSerfvil m j^d] • rsnllisiL -.**" ea pap Ttefeaepptaeia". Stf Oetailr-'Mp f .l$a,| weeds, •xprtsslsai, •M^ett. Faa.leajai.i tev the waela hmit,. I*t—r fr*ff,i J. F. — TUWE CALVERT DISTIUEtSI 4tS LEXINGTON A1 NEW YORK J7. NEW 1 Judge Will be Speaker Da le i i FOR Mr. and Mrs. Oelemier Geternters to Mark Anniversary Here Mr. and MrHerman Gelemter U 8W 58th brate their 50th wedding anniver sary on Saturday, Jan. 21. The Gelemterhave lived in M,am. for the pas, ninc V(;|| .. f'-re his retirement ten yean Mr Gelernter was a furrier in Wu York City. The rouple have three children Herbert (iolcrnter, 3406 Grai Wvd., (oral QubleB; \| r S op| )ie Warmn lit Vern,,,,. ,\ v.. and Mrs, Phyiu, Hannock. Paten ehildS? "'"' "'"•' '•" : The family will celebrate with a dinner party on-Sundav Jail 22 in the Panorama room of the BisJ lie Terrace hotel A NEW EDITION OF THE FAMOUS 74-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR! ITS FREE FOR OUR READERS! AU dates up to Both Both. anah in 1958.' V/DD/SH CLASSICAL HOUR r from 1 : •TMEArRf .-. •• •FROM A WOMAN TO A %  STATIOK WWPB 14S0on Your Dial WTVJ Television Program Scl Friday thru Monday FRI SAT. SUN vOt 7 8 9 10 no* Mci n toon nub i h i vaum %  "x+iej 1 0JS| listen to SCHACHTER'S **** •l^UfSIf MfGMAHH RAW0 STATION WMlE MJGUST BROS fty? IS rr.c 5i.iTm holidays up 0 W7. A llJeW,ih of ll.ou.,,^, of jJw 11 Ir J ,0 .hundru o.m. •lowi^h Forum ""* Vor.ou, Fe„, fM *+mi ond 0ir,t,^ fcf 5M **. mi nv. L **'• r*. 12 -S4H 12 1 2 3 4 l< R l.i, | ,. ''". I.lxlit 1 %  lll( stm BID H TOU, 01 :ury i •• % %  %  %  %  %  % %  If l-Va K, %  I. n^i itojal IXl' Kl I N**b'ak.|ora v Show %  hi kii HMBlt Iowa "< m>t! Kr|> tB Tou Ar Th#r*J0a,*j n '• Usraya Jfea. %  •n Thr. TowlT \-l...no '' %  I 111* ""> %  h\iu,f Mi Jri i, r Thlr T Am



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+frHtrkrtftir^ Friday, • • v ?zqe 4 B UMvmal by r. Rich ed by Sam Hi S %  M Dor:s 'Inherit the Wind' Will Be Reviewed Here Tuesday : H 24. at I %  I %  Jersey Charlie's • %  RESTAURANT SYRIAN AND KOSH'R fOOOS OUI SPKIAITY All Sjnon Pojtries boliH in on prtmius. W use Pri Kosher lo-b i OPtN 24 HOURS A SANDWICH TO A BANQUfT 181 Sunny Isles Blvd. Ph. 816-9419 %  Irs. Max Davis ob, ^e co-ch-. —.er. ..vers:;y, N .-lamingo dr. home Dtssm m FOR m MEMBERS OndhsLL WENCH ITALIAW CUISINE by JOHN FRIGCI >nt %  ( t ,h*f 1651 Al.on U JM-925 Honor Women of Local Brandeis Group (jinl^g ^."SS W Coffee Shop be Honored on M I !" „ iMrv LeonJ* h. '^ 23. at ad,-,:; u m t he Mrs. Leon Jacobs and MrMax !><• i> .m ^^„w...Sirs;: I-^^JI. berg. Mrs. Sam Upton. Mr. Max SchwarW Mr 7 der Kogan and Mr> Arnold Seeder tm v In addition, invitationto become life mmv„~ u I women ,n the community X have L n ^r Tv,^" tAtend '< eulturaJ and educational circle, led for their • Program, of which MrKogan Is chairman in ensemble of mixed voices printed *•£££ ?H"**? !"


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20. 1956 +Jmtst)fk>r*fcfi Continues Top Effort to kill U.S. Aid to Israel form Pag* 1 A *s to be advancing (Israel is responsible lian arms deal with %  According to him, countries had been i>t arms for many ;>ptian Premier Col. Nasser had not reacted to these offers until after Israels attack on Gaza last year. Mr. Byroade is reported to feel that the Communist countries would tend to side with the Arabs in an Arab-Israel war and he advises the U.S. to avoid identification with Israel. Israeli circles here declared a rejection of Israel's application to purchase American arms would mean an almost inevitable Arab attack within a few months. They indicated that Israel has rece.ved no word so far from thSlate Department to the effect that Hie United States has decided to rescind undertakings of President Kisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles concerning their "sympathetic consideration" of appeals for weapons for legitimate selfdefense. Israel circles feel this undertaking is a commitment that is not compatible with rejection of Israel's request. Nevertheless, they Page 5 A expressed "profound concern" at the very existence of newspaper reports in this direction. A high Israel source described the contingency as-one of "extreme gravity' Meanwhile. President Elsenhower indicated Wednesday in his message to Congress on the new budget that the United States would continue to supply "basic military equipment" to Iraq. BE A USE ONLY STAR HOUSEWIFE \ KOSHER <8> PARVE COLGATE-PALMOLIVE! PRODUCTS ,z %  • I £UN i. CUTS &R^ 6 EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR 'KITCHEN ^1AU N DRY ^BATHROOM VEL


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I** %  w s a o 1 %  t 1 1 i ? ( i t i 1 Pope 10 B Services In Greater TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening servicei at 5 and 8:30. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will (ii.-cuss: "Ludwig Lcwisohn— A e in Ihe Story of the American Jew." Cantor Philip Brummcr renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9. Subject of the sermon will be based on the Weekly Pora Stuart, son ol Mr. and Mrs • Nussbaum, and Martin, son ol Mr. and Mrs Samuel Kate, will become Bar Mltevah, Dail) services in the chapel at 8 a m. and 5:30 p.m. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evei inj services al 5.30 and 3:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will discuss: "Character and Per" rtity." Ones Shabbal will i ored bj Mr and Mr-. Leo ed in honor of their son. Bernard, who becomeBar Mitzvah Saturday morning at 8:30. Mincha WS at 5:15 p.m. Cantor Samuel son Ol Mr and Ml Kl>s Ss kOW renderthe musical porner. will become Bar Mitzvah Sub of the lit; >Jelst ncridta£L Miami's Frid lay, GREATER MIAMI ABOVE LINCO HEBREW INSTITUTL Houses Of Worsl G U S Y N A G O C 3 A 7SIU L Orthoda*. AGUDATH ISRAEL BE ;H",SRAEU CONGREGATION I ."• v""*"R bbl "• Louli %  __-, CD ih at. Conaanrattva. Il*bbl ,1 IUIIIM LKn MMM nratlra, lubbl living **zvi^ !" %& !" ; TEMPLE BETHSHOLO* IW Cl .V. iril '' O L N R O A O Waahlngtmi %  •• TORAH TEMPM Bl EU. thodox. Orthodox. lUbbl Joi: ibbl Alexander (tmw. i l -t!i.. Rabbi tsaai I rer will officiate and (ti-custhe Weeklj Portion. Junior vie m Mincha will • at 4:45 p m. BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services .it HI FLAGLER. GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services al 5:30 8:30 p.m. Larriet Lee. daughoi Mr and Mrs, Charles Add 1. and Weslee Carol, daughter 11 Mr ami Mrs Arnold Mickelson CANDLEUGHTING TMi Shevat 7 — 5:39 p.m. will be al 5 15 p m followed by ZAMORA JEWI! I.. .1 II irwlts. Literal. Rabbi CORAL GABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENT! I 0 ave. \i.^ 1 %  i mi „ .. SH CENTER 14 B r, vatlve. Rabbi It C DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION I JTW 3rd ave Orthodox. RabM H OL'L YWOOD and FT. LAUOEROALB TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD U AM at Hollywood. itlve Rabbi Samuel \* TFMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD Ik st HoUywjod, ConaervaTE ^lve Ilabbl rSrld Shapiro. Canl %  >hudah It. llbraun. TFMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDEROALE INI S.mth Andrew, ave.. HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-5t Kalt 1th are, COB11 i ve NORTHEAST l;. Rabbi Joaeph Narot, Rabbi %  TEMPLE ISRAEL :3T NB Bornatala. I become HaMitxvah Rabbi "' : ; Saturdaj morning services ,. Heim will ofl Saturdaj at 8:S0. Rabbi S r Swireky at 8:30 Sub Ul """'a'"' and discuss "Believbe based on in ~ '"" ""'' '"" Much.' Cantor Weekly Portion Junior serv Louis Gartenhaus renders the mu • arc al 10:30 a.m. Mincha will s,cal Portions "' the liturgj Paul. son of Mr and Mrs Max Kline. will Bar Mitzvah Junior services arc in Yeshiva l! Class in Sanhedrin will be at 4 i 1 TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER lb Miami ave. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION :.NW 17th BVr. FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-:o N\V 51t pt. M Leo Hi NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTFR 131 I Weal Dixie hwjr. Conservative. I • N. NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION l4th it and NK 11th ave. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUEM2S 8Vt tlvtt Rabbi LAtor William W l BETH EL CONGREGATION 17th I ;: TIIII.. jed of the sermon wil 1 p.m. Orthodox. Rabbi Rabbl Morton Hhmai T Bwirak) ISRAELITE CENTER IIM SW MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREOATION1 Nl VW 11th ire. %  i \ l: i %  i WEST MIAMI Waxman. TEMPLE ZION T. I SW 1*1 lllri Satur^ WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER i r\ ices al 5:30 am p.n Rabbi Mtrcd Waxman cuss Let Pi pple Go." Oi illows %  ii .%  at ;i" %  m and 530 p.m. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENhold Friday evening NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will bold Fridaj eveninf len T--..^, ro^, ices at 8:15 Rabbi Henry Okohca TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will will ol and discuss: "Success • %  K l full tions." Cantor Maur vices at 8 15 wfth RabbTlSiS Ro •'"•' M" Louis ""•'" and d,SCUSs lh > N "" 'ce Neu renders the musical DO \u r „,v K I J .? 7 Y ,.. ,,, ofMr.-md !; ,", ,r sS n R n t! 7 l o K : KM' 22; .w an,or M ; i I .rt.onof hr liturgy, with the mder the direction of F.l. tturdtmorntruj I will be. • Pwil, m of .. %  ^ s.K,r. a „d I van. son r and MrStanley Phillips, lituri will become Bar Mltsvadi BETH RAPHAEL CONGRECA. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE TION will hold I r„l Kabbi Abraham •rvici D -5r,J2ra TM ul 0 ? ot w **kt Mrs. Sam Uvitea w^ tne Oneg shabbat m son, E


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lory 20, 1956 "JmLsUhridnan Season Means New Show on Flagler-Granada Boards K with the advent of the winter seasonantnrf.i %  '' Page 3 A is with the advent of the winter season original musical comedy to be producprGiunada Jewish Community Center \n and 18. •C'atskill Cowboy," was written by Lillian Burak, who also wrote last year's successful musical comedy, Come Back Little SAtkker.' Howard N. Moooc. who directed this show, will also direct "C'atskill Cowboy." Environment of "C'atskill Cowboy" is a dude ranch in the Catskill mountains. Its love interests, personalities, comedy, chorus and original songs and parodies all add up to a pleasant evening's inity Plans Observance Here National Jewish Music Month h.idinTh •K C C rding ,0 ^ Bush who Pe.r htading the show as business manager. He had previously managed "Come Back Little Shikker" nd two years ago. "Fanny Get Your Gun." "A sellout is contemplated for this show of all four nights." Bush revealed. With tho production of "Catskill Cowboy" tickets •aw being sold to organizations for theatre parties at a reduced rate.* "Consequently, organizations can raise money as a fund raising activity in addition to having a sociable and entertaining evening. Although tryouts for the show are not until next week, over 400 tickets have already been sold." Bush said. Theatrical organization committee meeting was held at the home of Lou Bush on Tuesday evening. Weinstem has been lhairman for the 1956 I. wide observance of peal Festival for the imi area, it was anMrs. Milton Sirkin. )i the Greater Miami imunity Center, which local celebration, [marks the 12th annual festival of this nature, bdPP. ling organizations have Iced their represent a |e on this festival comrrence of Jewish Wombat ions, Mrs. Sidney |bl)inical Association, n Malavsky; Temple I. iii. i L;C Kenneth Oka; fl. Harry Boyell; Temtl. Mrs Theodore Armn. kwim WiMilok Home Builders Pick Merrill is Favorite Of Presidents; Will Sing Here Sunday Robert Merrill, baritone star of the Metropolitan Opera, will appear in concert at Beth David Congregation Sunday evening, Jan. 22. Merrill first becarne known as a I singer whose voice could represent the whole American people when he was chosen to sing the Star Spangled Banner for a patriotic film shown in motion pictures during the war. President Roosevelt then had the young Brooklyn ite sing for two of his annual Washington press dinners. In June, 1946, Merrill was the only singer chosen to appear before a joint session of Congress, attended by President Truman, Army and Navy chiefs of staff and justices of the Supreme Court. This was the famous memorial service for President Roosevelt, at which Merrill was asked to sing the Lord's Prayer. Later. Merrill sang at two or three birthday parties for President Truman, and on at least one occasion,'President Truman turned the pages. Merrill was also chosen to sing at the inauguration of President Truman in 1949. Beatty Elected to the presidency of the Home Builders Association of South Florida for 1956 last week .was John F. Beatty. of the firm of Coogan-Beatty. of Hialeah. Currently Mayor of Bal Harbour, Beatty is completing his second term as NAHB regional vice president, served as a director in the local association for three years and served in national circles as chairman of the NAHB community facilities committee and as a member of the nominating committee. Writers' Club Saturday Writers' Club will meet Saturday night at the open air Spinoza Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct. On the program will be Lilian Miller, who will read an original play entitled "Girl in the Window." Flora Levant will read an original short story entitled "Golden Age." See or fhont Me NAT GANS Ph. PI 3-4616 HI 6 9981 UH INSURANCE NttDS MotropolHwi Lift Insurance Ca. 13200 S.W. 3rd Ave.-"f 5 Points' .ontrol! S Yeor &0W GUARANTY ". TtiaiTi MM •hone 9-1761 V NOLEN, inc. Leak? Call Victor Conn *• M. Pet fw* ^••Ibm Co. BETH DAVID MEN'S CLUB Preedfy Presents ROBERT MERRILL Noted Metropolitan Baritone In Concert Sunday, Jan. 22 at 8 P.M. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION 2625 S. W. Third Avenue, Miami TICKETS AVAILABLE $5 3.50 2.00 for Resf rations CM $2-4795 Morris Fenaterf center) and Constable Leonard Tobin, Men's club president of North Shore Jewish Center (right), enjoy the antics of humorist Jack Zero, as he entertained members with funny stories at a meeting last week. Meeting was dedicated to Morris Fenster, for his work as membership chairman. His committee was responsible for signing up over 100 new members during a 3-month period. Also honored at the meeting were Paul Press, co-chairman, and Herman Kooperman. National Picks Social Director National hotel Wednesday announced the appointment of Mrs. Augusta S. Holzman, as social director for the newly renovated hotel located at 1677 Collins ave. A former Brookline, Mass., resident, Mrs. Holzman has served as social director for the Monte Carlo, Atlantis, President Madison and Cadillac hotels. She also served as hostess at the Lake Tarleton and Griswald hotels of London. Conn. An active worker and organizer of clubs and a public lecturer for community fund campaigns and other charitable organizations, Mrs. Holzman is listed in "Who's Who in American Jewry" and has studied extensively throughout the European continent. Df*i*s of Distinction By Outstanding Monufocturars Atroctivtly Priced STUDIO 1230 Lincoln Road Apt. 3 Miami Beach Ph. JE 8-0202 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER, Conductor WITOLD MALCUZYNSKI PIANIST ALLTCHAIXOWSKY PROGRAM SUNDAY EVE JAN. 22nd, MIAMI BUCK AUDITORIUM, 1:30 MONDAY EVE., JAN. 23rd, DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM, | : 30 Single Tickete 13.00. $2 50. $2 00. $1.75, $1.50. $1.00 U. of M. Symphony Office MO 1-4960; M. B. Auditorium JE 1-0447Dde County Auditorium HI 6-92M: Cordelia'*Amidone In Corl ClabUtt. ASSOCIATED DETECTIVES OP NOtTM A CENTRAL AMERICA INC. Phone PL 8-3806 541 N.I. 7fth STREET BISCAYNE PLAZA, ROOM 213 MIAMI, FLA. GIA^ F 0 R EVERY PURPOSE gl,HJJ T01I PtONT PLATE mmi WINDOW MASS PoraMvro Top, lo w loef Mirrft Me? fftsihrorfof Oar Sfdmhy LAG. Glass and Mirror Works 134 S.W. Irh STKEET Morris Orila PHONE PI 3-2723 MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL J



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\. letter W. Berks* jsts Prepare Seminar ur Sokoloff, president of ter Miami chapter of pga. national dental fraradnesdsv revealed the re of Dr. Lester W. conduct a three-day oral medicine Jan. 27 >ff said the seminar is 1W me McAllister hotel. rkett. who holds both the [)DS degrees, is dean of dentistry at the Uni'1 i'i! nsylvanU. He is joi i he council'on dental les oi llif American DenBoon, chief of oral medii,( i i Philadelphia Genhtal and author of the ; i Medicine.*' ping Gordon, of Miami pt graduate chairman of nega here, said that the kill be open to some 500 fcn Southern! Florida. He [the -eiiiinar is part of the \\ policy to bring outauthorilu", here twice discussion of the latest chnmuueng to Dr Sokoloff, the till deal with the detecmouth of diseases ulticurring in other parts of "W ran now detect diafticer. vitamin deficiency, ai and various blood like leukemia in the he explained, chairman for the threeir in Miami is Dr. Henry Students For Courses le i unty high school being -curtcd for a "•' irl classes at the i Lowe Gallery 16, according to InRobert Tyler Davis. Itions tor the class are bj high school art tin u.i ThOM teennoipinated will submit of their work to Lowe l>> Fridaj Kugsne Massm. Miami art instructor, the final selections from submitted. Massin has instructor for the kudenl selected will beumber of Lowe Gallery | "titled to full gallery The student memberbfing underwritten by Ux Anof Lowe Gallery. Club of Miami. %  nation of proit-ssional art'<> %  the materials fee for liber of the cla Wl| l '"• held on Thursday l,s 'rom 4 to 6 p.m. is Speaker SiBionhoff. author and •*'" addreai thc lunchen Miami Beach Bnai on Tueadey. Jan. 24. J"4o hold Hia auhject J*uh Particip.tii in %  ** devolution." Shinderman is Company Director Sidney S. Shinderman, president of the Intercoastal Realty Corpor* ation. 235 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach, announced Wednesday the appointment of his brother, Bernard B. Shinderman. as director of the real estate company's sales division. The newly appointed sales director is pxe:>.dent of the Shinderman Corporation, a company engaged in hotel and resort property management in Florida and v?isconwn In addition, the Shinderman company maintains a market research and sales analysts division for industrial clients, a sales representative department and acts as business and financial adviser to a list of well-known clients in Florida and in the North. Sidney S. Shinderman serves as chairman of the board.' Bernard B. Shinderman, upon as. suming his duties as sales director for the Intercoastal Realty Corporation, will steer the selling efforts of Intercoastal to clients and prospects in Florida and out of the State, particularly in the Chicago and New York areas. Tho Shinderman company's longtime experience in the resort and hotel field will be utilized in the sale, exchange and liquidation of hotels and apartments. LEGAL NOTICE Page 15B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 1st HKKKIIY CIVEN that the iinderi.ined. d. HII-IHK to engajie In hunlneaa under the fictitious nanifof ASSOCIATED l'AINTKKS AND I,IVORATORS, at Room : %  :• tun Lincoln Koad. Miami Hoach. Florida. Inttnd to register aabl name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cowi of Dade County Klorld*. DANIEL 8. \mt.\.Mo\viTZ NATHAN I'STKoV ARTHl'R I. SJfYDBR Attorney for Aim lated Painters nnn I >,-, omtoew I i::i-21-27 — 2/3 IN COUNTY JUDGESCOURT OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 33 704-B HE ESTATE OK MELVIN H Hll.TZ. !>.• NOTICE OF INTENTION 0 MAKI APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la herehv rlvni that I haw filed my final renort and trillion fur Final Dlsi-harur as AdminlxtratrW of the estate of MELVIN It. Hll.TZ. deorated: and that on the 17th da\ of February. 195*. will amtlv to the Honorable PRANK B. fOWLlNii. Count) Jinla-e of I>rte County, I-1 >rida for approval of said final rcjs-it and for final •lllrharce as Administratrix of the Estate of MEI.VI It Hll.TZ. .1. %  eased. This 10th day of January. ltSC ENOI.A C.AII. Hll.TZ HERKEKT H. Ht'TNER Attorney for Administratrix !:.:. Drexel Ave Miami Beach. Ela. 1-11-I0-J7 — 2/S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY C.IVEN that tlm undersigned, detdrlnic to ensajte In I huslness under the f iitltiou* name of VfCINIEI.A BAB. at 23:. N W. S7th Avenue, intends to realxter aald name lth th. Clark of the Circuit Conn of Dade fount v. Florida. WILLIAkl WHITEHEAB KKMM.KIl (JARS Attorneys for Applicant 17*2 VYt Klaicler Street 1 2/10 — l/S -U-M 1*4 THC CIRCUIT COURT OF THI I'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 186120 NOTICE TO DEFEND HARRY FFINKTKIN and MARY FKINSTF.IN. hliwife, Plaintiff*. PHILIP IKINSTKIN and CLARA PEIMBTETN. his wife, HARRY LEVY and ANN EEINSTKIN LEVY, his wife and RKOALINE MANL'KAC Tt'RINH CO., INC. a 1 i poi.itlon. Defendajrta. TH PHILIP KEINSTEIN Z13 North 4th Street l*hllailelplii:i Pa I HI'l EEINSTKIN. O0 IlinKluiiii Street Philadelphia, l*a. HARRY IHI.ANN FEINHTEIN I.KVY. hla wife Bast Ro.-ltland Street Philadelphia. Pa YOU ARE HEREHV NOTIFIED that a Rtn lr Partition of the West of the Northwest '. of the South went ', of rhe Southeast ..f Section n. Township N smth. lUna-e 41 East, mid lands I.VIHK and being In I>ade County. FV da. toejethei with the Imlldlmts and Improvement* located thereon has been filed aaalnHt you an are requited t. -erve a ooi> •' Answer or plea,Una to the Hill o( Plaint upon plaintiffsattiu-nos Myers. Helman £ Kaplan, < 'ma. Miami. Fiorina, and file the original Anawer or pleatingIn the (Mflce of the clerk of the Circuit Court, on M La/ore the IN day of uaxy. I9i. If you fail lo do no, l.Klitii default will be taken asalnst \,m for the relief demanded HI the mil of Cnmi'lai li.Ni: AND ORDERKD Kt Miami. Florida, this 4th da> of January. ).>. E II LKATHERMAN Cleik circuit Court. Dade t oiiajp— rlorlda Hv \VM \V STOCKING. Ieimtv Ciauk AN of M>ei Helman Kaplan Attorne>s for I'lalntlffs U0 Umi UolU UuilOiua NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v .... NAME LAW MrTICK IS HERETtY fSIVEN tha< a to ctiRaare In I At LINE*). BEAI TV BALON M.eiwo.,,1 i! -, Miami lleaofc. In !'." a "' UHM with the lv '; r K V:;. 1 : i -uit J -our, ot o, ri 'i IN ^n H 2o UOSON s le wn |N THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ro J.4? ,CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND CHANA r D RV C OlJNTy FLOR,DA ,N M-I. ... No 186001 I HOMAH CORT1 >H \TH IN, :iU i or put II lion. Plaintiff \ SHi IRES REALTY. INC a Florid ration, and CAS mi. pRonrcTH, INC or %  XORHM. a Fl'.ii.l., ..,,. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I" gnoRES REALTY, INC. Nathan Schwarta, Pi e.sident and Inn tor I0S West |Rh k-trel New York. New York Hjman J. Schwartz Vlce-Pres. aud Director MX Vest L'i.th Ht.eet New York. New York H 3 Bleed Seor tni \, and 1 • i %  ,,-tor Address Fnknown VIM" ARK HEREHY NOTIFIED to file vaur Answer to the Oomplalni for Foreeloaure of Mortuafo on: Ix>t 5 and South 47 f.-et of I>.t 4 of I (lock I of WEST MIAMI "HOBICS. SECTION 'A", a aubdlvlslon acooriUnit to the Plat thcMof. re.-nrded in Plat IUK,k i*. pKr X of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, fogettp'r with impiovi-ments located thereon. wltli the Clerk of the above named Court, to wit. E B I.EATKERMAN, n.-rk of th,. Circuit Court in and for fade Count>. Florida, and nerve a .'.,.. tr,er,.,f upon EMII.ANI'ER A TKNDRiciI. ESgK., attorneys for plaintiff. Ill Lin, oln Road. Miami Reach. Florida, on or before the :11st dai <.r .lanuaiv. |||ts. nine complaint will be taken an confeased DATED at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this SSth day of December, %  II LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court By M. %  CRKEN !'• puty Cleik 1/6-13 ——— i %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I.-HEREBY tllVRN that the undersisned, deslrinn to HigaaTe in busines-. under the flctltloua name of POUR MASONS BOOK BHOP. at 714 %  t. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend! aid name with the cierk of the Clrcul Court of County, Hoi-ida. HAI.I.LN ARSOCIATES. INC Dan U.i 11. n COFRRUQN \ EINK Attorneys for Halli iates. Inc. 12 10 — |/-l" LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ewrajlfl In buslncsK under the fictitious name of SHAMROCK INN, at 1500. N \V. LeJeune Road, Miami. Florida. Intend to r41 > unil AM it n New York Nvu Yol k V.ilARE HEREBY REQCIREn lo npv of millanswer to the Coanidainl for Dlvoice filed herein on Plaintiffs attornexs, COI'RKHON FINK. (OS Lincoln I toad. Miami :. Klorldii. ajul to fll the original in th.office of the Clara of the above court i,,for,the sotn f J,„u.,rISM oth.-rwi.se a default will l„ entered against you. DATED: this Mad day of Di '"'• J5 B ,1 LKATHERMAN. Cleik -f Curt By It H RICE. JR. tSaal) Dapttj tart 12/M W-W Til a ml iTTTTi NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 3*860-A In Ke HrrrATE F Wl'LK SECEI.. a k I KBtlEL, a k a WOLF SWIEL. a WOI.E C SRU \L. a k U i HR1AL. a k .. WCI.P C ttgIKU a'k.a WOl.r HIEOEL, a/k/a W U SPIEL To All Credit. Persons llavlag Claims or Demand!, Against Said You. and each of you, are hereby notified and I.UAIII eBent any claims snd demands which you. or eithri of you, max haxe against tne eat.t. of W ,:i:i ; etc .le.ea-•"" '•••"' "V %  K1, "" ,d ", l'.,le Honorable Count) Judges of l>.v\r Cout,t>. and fl I" '>el. • In he Count) Courthouaa In Dade Count*. Kiornia. ttlthin eight r-alendar months from the d.tc of the first Subllcatlon hereol "•'" ''• Rand, to cojit-.n the legal ldless of ,h. rlalmMt and lo be .worn to and nted as aforeaaW. oi same alll be barred. .. "• ,r C*".tL r VFTixiEL"* inter of the wrV.i'sEci'i• %  !'• •*•* MVKRS. HKIMAN KAPLAN Attorney, for Admlnlatrator 1 (-13 20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBT fllVEN that ilgned, dealrlng to eni • iiuslnesa under the fictitious name of (SORIHLN and PoNT KOSHER \ rERRRH ai ITO N W th .%  I, intends to i. raid name will, I hi cult Court of Had. Com ur|da Dale,I at Miami, Florida, thl ROSRDALE BELK'ATESHEN, INC By IRVIN tlORDON, I'r. Idi nl IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 30M4-A RE EST \Ti: oiVETTA Si HIM ANN HENRIETT V SCHUMANN, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereb) given that i haw filed nij final report and petition for Final DIs r,, r ,,f | le eatate ..r YKTTA si IIIMANN a k-a HENRIETTA SC1HMANN. de. eas.-d and that on th. 15th da) of February, 19:,6. will appit to the Honorable W I liUnton. County Judge of Dade Count\. Florida, for approval of aald finalreport and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of VETTA SCHi'MANN. a/k/a HENRIETTA SCHI-.MANN. deceaaed This Sth da. of Januarv. 14r.fi I.AWRENCK | RCHl'MANN KOVNBR & MANNHEIM I:I: Hv WALTER C KOVNER Attorneys for Executor 1/13-20-27 — 2/3 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 37044-B In Re ESTATE OF SAM PROSTERMAN, Deceaaed To All Creditors and All PafUM Having Claims or Demands Agaimd Said Batati VOII. and a, h of \ou, are heiel,\ notified and required to preaent any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the eatate of HAM PROSTERMAN. -l. .eased late of Dade County, E to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their office* in the Count) Courthouse in Dad, County. Hoiida. ultliln .-ikclit calendar month* from th. data of the first publication hereof, said claims oi demandl In contain the legal adol the • laimnnt and to l,e narorn lo .i nd | II ,. in, %  i .,, | foi esald, or same will he barred. D.,ie Januan nth. A.D. ISS( MRS SAM PROSTERMAN, \Vilii.l".st!.itti\ C T A of th.Last Will and Testament of SAM PROSTERMAN, l > MYERS. HE1MAN .s. KAPLAN Attorneys for Administratrix, C.T.A. 1 18-10-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHV GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engaK' <" business under the fictitious name of PIRDY LLNCHEONETTB, at 1421 20th St Miami Beach. Inl to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida IDA CHINSKY, Sole owner MAI.\ IN KNQLAKDBR Attortte) for Applicant 311 Lincoln Rd. l/(-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREHY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltloua name of THE DINGHY, at 3X4 Miracle Mile. Coral Cables, Florida. Intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count). Fl"isl.M.iN HERMAN, owner LOUIS WINTER Attorney foi Simon Herman, owner 12/30 — l/-U I'MMl'lil NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Lincoln at Washington Pays Interest on Savings FOUR TIMES A YEAR January 1 -April 1 July 1 -October 1 Pi I unnii' a^aaV p. OflflU'" on balunccs from $100.00 to SI 5,000.00 Each Accuuiu Insured by F D.I C M S10 000 00 H. T it Pepot.it lr C %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEIIV i|l\ EN the underaiffnerl, dealrlng to engai inde thi i llllour nante of TUol'l Ti;\ FAHKICS I >K MIAMI. at P. 'O. Bog 2071. M I la to reglatei akl name with the clerk of tin i Count.. I MILTON COLDlil RH M'llto AI HIKI %  At ti r ii. \ f.,i Appll i n i I (-13-20-27 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT1CK IS HERKIJY i;i\ EN that Umed, deal! IIM nder t he flctltloua na IIIALK Ml (II TI.ET. al 1031 I • Hi. mi, mi to lea '• na ii.. wit h the 'lei h of t Re i' i 'nun of 11 i|. i 'ount) I'I'" EDWARD TCCK M M \l;\ r'AIUBR Attoi in i for \ |>pMi Congrena Itllv I -'"J7 | ::-iu NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEHK11Y CIVKN that Ilie imdersiKn.-d. denirina to engage ir liUMneai under the flctltloua name ST QEOROE HOTEL al (05 E Avtnue. Miami Hearh. intend to re: ter aaid name wjili the Clerk of the Circuit Com ( of Hade Count.. Fl" ALHERT S I.CRIo URRTRCDK LlR|i i Hole w i MYERS. HELMAN A KAPLAN Attorneya for Applicants (•0 Beybold lildit I -,-13-20-27 The local slugger drives a baseball through your picture w Indow. Do your insurance poy for th* s f a m ia g s-t %  er •*• am war fe Hun, er Artftur M. Kahn Richard L. Powell Doniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAH1S & ALPERJF Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street mt TtAVnttS. Herllor 4 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal noricee. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal ratee Phone FR 4-4366 lor meeeenger senrice ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Can the JEWISH FLORIDIAN al II I l: t



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fJf^iitfkri^L Friday, jj SnS^^^SSK ffflfl a Month REAL ESTATE BEAUTY David : building -5 located at 5246 NE 2nd two. So-. $1 %  SI' • %  %  %  %  X'mured aN SCHOOLS Rollo University of Hair Design 0 BLOC R. H. Shaddick RE A I T O I SALES POffTT MORTGAGE LOANS I 91 GIRAIDA AVENUE Sroddkk IviMiMfl CORAl OAtlES Ph. HiaMottd t-2$tt Per T'Miaa. 0 J?\ Basil Oioi M1SCI AvrvaQ*' for Sail* Miami Board of Realtors Salesman School Stcrts Jan. 23 Mon. • Wed. • Fri. 710 p.m. 4 weeks S50 OR FRANCIS J CARWCCI Dean learn fo poll rtel lift* eio* Also Itarn fo rorn Bockfd by 400 Miami Reolton PHONE PR 3-8386 Away Above Average S"'M mvaatar or Speculator 60 ACRE$ Of SCAtrflE flNCUNO Will Produt* Gaad lo p-oducmg • I wailo. %  -. -om Miami Include* %  -a lumbar right, • deed, .nauraa) title Thti %  imon| the • v>rgm land and • ..• potential epecur r t *, M i n i mo m '•! Fr„ beo73S ETHEL N. Tfl • literary Aotal 4 • NWN Shtaa • %  420 lINCOiN ED. 1 Byers Private School A|et 2 '. 9-Oaea Tea, lo.nd Ph. HI 8-7949 REAL ESTATE = BUr J 0 0 AY I 20 Acres on Lucille Drive, SW. of Homestead S67S per Acre Treat or CasA ROBERT E. SCHUITI, feeler ACREAGE SPECIALIST 570* HID 10. PH. MO Jmn Small Coi Wants to w*nm iarattttn • %  Mtardj la paaoaati rf | sioo.000.00. wi m\ laataoai interrlt. PtyaAM rVrile: Cl c/e Box 2973, Local Officials Due At Academy Dinner r •• /or Hvnt ta *** EN|wli lr c 2 Stores in Prominent Location J S B.*c m IWd. Ft J-0004 -MIAMI EEACH 10 ACIES HrOt "3 locatian. MCr road JI."SO par acre 10 ACRES NICN M GauMa. 0'r i-.SOO per atr* CALL (OR APPOINTMENT: • 17901$ Keen lovell Real Estate 'M21 Eo.0,., „... r^^im I ii tome lICBBtl-* 1S17 N. **m A* MALF0AY HP FISH NO PAT -J TACIT SAT NEdjrT. C t, >" M JSa Idin te I • '" *^^ %  itttM Pumpernik's Will Stay Open Later ULT. ?*^ B^bioder and Pumpe ra k ** !" ** <* L-MSS %  -. ol Piunpenuk-s rv iad d WM1 t-m-U ba,e extended the hour, adjaceni 0 ^ r^^ ^^ %  ^eSf^^TS R'ph N. Roley n. ,. *"• —in p^aa* rraa at.atoa. ,m "•* %  MHi St 1%. tfMreA SAM the | MADE T0rerMei^ 1 B OtNTJT Ai-iM-a11 22$ pa*" a'



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20, 1956 +Jenlst>ncrkiibt7 Ions Made Confab Kor the inaugural State of Israel 11 launch the in paign for 1956 Feb. Intel Seville in Mirushed this week office announced 1.000. adopted by the M after a call from linister David Beneatly intensified Isl Silver is the newhoard. He received )r Joseph Schwartz, of the Israel Bond at $42,318,550 in during 1955. )f the achievement, percent increase fetal in Israel Bonds liiw began reached li Women, who will U hostes-.es for tion.il women's divi)n Feb. 4, will meet Mrs. Anna Brenner %  day. ili/e plans for their |with Mrs. Meyers, I chairman of the Jon, Greater Miami State of Israel fetal chairman for Conference. chairman of the [organization, has acof host chairman. Page 7 A :.' turself is New Wares and other basic faking costume jewever been seen in mere included in a kt to Tropical Hoo\V 27th ave.. Miami. trade as "jewelry are the tiny parts earrings, brooches, lecklaccs. They are Icrcws. bar pins and fhen assembled and r .! t e d constitute as costume jewelTropical Hobbyland Enough parts were one shipment to lx million pairs of ver a million each bracelets. ne shipment is to entry into the r jewelry findings, baskets, artificial fa shells. is Tropical's unbaaket selling for Hollars which, when feld cost at least pe. Sea shell lamps another fascinatv that gives pleasare available at Craft Shop. Rabbi Irving Uhrman congratulates newly elected officers of Temple Emanu-El chapter of United Synagogue Youth at their inataUation last week. Left to right are Joan Herman, recordinq secretary; Lester Brickman, vice president; Ray Strauss, president; Rabbi Lehrman; Carol Kratish. txeasuier; Harriet Newman, corresponding secretary. Grove Playhouse to Make History With Talluiah Bankhead Coconut Grove Playhouse is making history this week with the first performances of Miss Talluiah Bankhead as Blanche Dubois in "A Sreetrar Named Desire." It has been a long time since theatregoers have had an opportunity to witness Miss Bankhead in such a dramatic portrayal. Miss Bankhead will ride Tennessee Williams' '•Streetcar'' for three weeks in Miami, holding over through Feb. 4. Playright Tennessee Williams has given his personal supervision to the entire production, and admits that he has wanted Miss Bankhead to play Blanche from the very beginning. Williams recalls that at the time he was an unknown playwright, he hitchhiked from New York City to Miss Bankhead's country home, "Pound Ridge," to interest her in his play. [now, advisor to the Coconut Grove Playhouse, finally got her to read the script. The Coconut Grove Playhouse iven every possible conch tion to this production since it will have an engagement in New York City following its Florida run. The entire cast was hand-picked h> Mi Bankhead, Williams and Herbert Machiz, director, and includes three members of the original company. Rudy Bond. Sandy Campbell and Kiln a Thomas Also in the cast are Gerald O'Loughlin, as Stanley, and Frances Heflin. as Stella. The remainder of the cast members are: doctor. Bert Bertram; nurse. Dorrit Kelton; Pablo. Lou Gilbert; Steve. Bruno Damon; Kunicc. lean Ellyn; and N< woman. Vinnette Carrol. Maxwell Silberman Installed Anshe Ernes President Maxwell Silberman was in-t, pre-ident of Congregation Anshe Emu last week at the congregation, 2343 Coral Way. Installing She did \ officer was Rabbi B. Leon Hurwit/, not see him, and had never read "Streetcar" until Edward Goodspiritual leader of Zamora Jewish Center. Four new directors of the Bank of Miami Beach discuss banking objectives for the coming year. Standing (left to right) are vice president and cashier Charles M. Volk, hotelman Samuel Rabin, attorney Charles Danton and builder Irving Feldman. |M NOTICE l*wt copy for pubJewish Floridian offic at 120 NE by Tuesday noon. r Publication, phoId ba on our desks 5 p.m. Spiritual "*h their sarvicas Uligiout Diractory to hava their ica* aarly Mooching The Jewish these deadlines |de for publication ••, providing it rthy. Beach Bank Names Four to Board Ben Danbaam, chairman of the board of the one-year-old Bank of Miami Beach, Wednesday announced the appointment of four new members to the Board of Directors for the coming year. Samuel Rabin, vice mayor of Surfside and local hotel operator, is a graduate of the University of Miami. South Florida builder Irving Feldman has been a resident since 1940. Charles M. Volk. vice president and cashier of the bank, is a career banker who started as a messenger boy 24 years ago. He has been associated with the First National Bank of Erie, Pa., the Broward National Bank of Ft. Lauderdale. and was vice president of both the Peoples National Bank and American National Bank. Charles Danton, Miami Beach resident for the past nine years, was brought up in the banking world. His father was a career Latin Musicale To Benefit Children Eastern Airlines Glee Club and Alianza Interamericana have join-' ed hands to present five performances of a show, "The Latin Way," for the benefit of the Crippled Children's Society on Jan. 21 and 22 at the Dade county auditorium and on Feb. 4 and 0 at the Miami Beach auditorium. The Jan. 21 performance will include a matinee at 2:30 p.m. Curtain time on all other dates is 8:30 p.m. In rehearsal for almost three months, the show is being produced by Ted Speidel and Daw Rankine, leaders in Eastern Airlines' QtM Club of 50 members. The cast numbers more than 100. banker and at an early age during summer vacations Danton worked in various banking department in his hometown. Now an attorney, he is a member of the Dade County, Florida and the American Bar Associations. The Bank of Miami Beach, in its first annua I statement of conditions as of Dec. 31. 1955. revealed deposits of almost 64 million dollars. Located at 937 Washington ave., the Bank of Miami Beach features the only drive-in teller window in Miami Beach. D. Lee Powell, mayor of Miami Beach, is president. MR. I•! If Vi JlfYfK SEZ: Whole Canned Pheasants You'll Find Mighty Pleasant. Other Foods Just As Slick You Will Find At ympeoAks 67th & Collins AveMiami Boaeh THE SOUTHS FINEST BAKE SHOP AND DELICATESSEN 1 i 1 1 1 < r 4 li %  S O R A l l Z l t SIIVICI "An— "MAvtr" i4j" ILTON BROS. GARAGE '"d" BebelH Bedf W 452 MO SW. Ith Street OPEN FOR SUNDAY DINNERS FULL COURSE MEALS .... 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+ l&ldJkrMI&L .friday, Jan j„ tL Weafm of So** QW* *<** <-S VI iwiK. m ^>-+>wm i v irjans wjves club hrU their January mp /< Miss Judith Maigolis. Bride of Ah in Hoffman, (iiven in Marriage b\ ijaa Ob*. inmlriiUc by ,her father. Spnn.v Md.. brother Judith Phyllis Margolis be, groom came the bride of Alvin Landy man Hoffman on Saturday eveing, Jan. Margolis Ushers were Barnel N Margolis and Michael JJ brothers 01 the bride, mule f^fi^a"SBlLS Albert N ^.-O^^S Ivxonish and Cantor Samuel Holeof the bride, Harry B • • mer of Temple Beth Sholom. perThomas (.card and Louis Verneu, tron of The Bramow. sister of the groom, 5Uall wore pale nied the double ring candlelight Jr "SB,, is the daughter of MrJcreenberg of Brjo^ Mrs Solomon Mar,.,;,. 1672 Susan Stahl. of Miami B. Daytonia rd. Miami Bead., foriron rly oi Brookline, Mass om is the son of Mrs. Rae Hoffver Springs Decor of the wedding was pink, in tones of pink •">'"" Best man The bride WON a white im| Silver chantill) lace over pink nylon tulle %  gown, featuring a petal neckline reembroidered with iridescent sequins and -eed pearls and long w. t.'wn-: point. The entire The engagement of Patricia Ann gown was embroidered with iriand Mrs. descent sequins and seed pearls kin with with accents of violet. was Stanley Bramow, of Miss Rokaw to Wed Medical Student R< kaw, daughter ol Mr. Itin Rokaw, 4540 Pine Tree dr.. M ami Beach, to Robert S. Liebe t has been announced by her nts. he brid< groom-to be is the -on i Mr and Mrs. Louis Liebeskind, crown pearls. The bride carried two white an.I very bouffanl skirt with sunburst of nylon tulle extending into a cathedral tram Her four-tiered French Illusion fingertip veil was attached to a lace embroidered w 11 h seed Mr$. Afvin Hoffman oi Mobile, Ala. Miss Rokaw era luated from MiBeach high school and is in her sophomore year at th< pity ol Alabama, where she is a i • mber ol Sigma Delta Tau social s rarity. ilr I orchids with purple throats surrounded by pale pmk phelanopsis, orchids and lilly.ot the -\ alley. For something borrowed, the bride used a Bibli lint lace handkerchief and blue garter, all ol which were worn bj her mother .. | ,, rsit; „| A a bama ai d is on her wedding daj 25 yeai lical at Birmingham. He 1a member of Kappa \.i fraternity. c Miple are planning a late ding. 1 The bride is a graduate ol the Brimmer and Ma) School ol B She attended the I'tllversit) Of Miami. The groom attended the University oi Man land served with the 1 s Navj in v. ar II Vfter reception and formal dinner at the En n I tel, the couple departed (or Jamaica, Haiti, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. They will make their h me in Washington, 1> < Ph\ sicians' Wives Club held their January meeting a ,. j Mrs. Theodore Strwhl, 44 Star Lsland. Mi.. Selma K.tml, presented a fashion show for the MD ladies. Attract*, and versatile ensembles were modeled by Mr.. Bern*," Maurice Edelman, Mrs. Howard ln*le, Mr.. David p^. *j m0 r Rubin and Mrs. John Schur*. Matinee musical under the auspices of Miami Music ( with North and South groups, will be held at the Mu ,,1 \menca in Coral Gables on Wednesday afternoon rw (he affair are Mr.. Allie B. Rendlemen and Mr.. Charla.c.7 Program chairman and coach Mr*. Harlen* Worrow wil' pianologue composed by Mana-Zucca. Harlant will accona Ann Spactor, coloratura; Charles Leak, tenor; and Frtd | tone. MOTS f*0M fVftyiWIMI • MOTtD ATTOtMtrs Guests of the Charles H. Alters at the Chase ave. hgsJ mother Mr.. Sarah Alter, of Cleveland. Friends report! will tx at St. Francis Hospital for several weeks Mist Elk*] visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Rosenberg, of 1112 SW| Elian', a June '55 drama major graduate of the University cA is currently with the NBC personnel department in New Yoil Her folks are the Joseph Burke, of Baltimore, a noted couple] own nuht Both are attorneys, Joe having graduated froa| and Sarah from Goucher. Sarah will join mother J during Elian', three week stay here. Singing star Marguerite Plane and her manager. "Mtoj"| were la t week with long-time friend Ban Gainst L Ronde room of the Fontainebleau. Mrs, Paulina Jacob., ol] Bsplanada, is at home recuperating after two weeks spent ia] Hospital. .. IliHiSS AT AN fmOaWtWOfT TIMf STVMNTS OUT WKT Sad part of this tale is that Paulino's friends, the Ham;I Neck I. I had come to Miami to celebrate their iry with her jifst when Paulino became ill. Among the 12.800 students enrolled in Washington ft 14 schools this semester are Kenneth Jay Rosenberg and ram Smith. Ken', the sen of the L. I. Rosenbergs, 525 We Stan, whi resides at 1020 93rd st. Bay Harbor Islands, is 11 : Medicine there. Dade Auditorium Sparkles With' Socialites, Diamonds at Opera Quartin, Bernstein Exchange Vows; Will Live in Gabies In a candlelight cen urday, Jai 7 rs hotel, M •Barbara M> rna Quartin, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Edward Quartin, became thi of Samuel son of Mr Mrs [rvl Rabbi eph Nan.' ficiated at the 7 p m. 1 Best man was Alvin Ross I'shers were Herbert Quartin, Si Quartin Rob rl Mi % %  an 1 Howard Sharlin Matron ol honor was Mri; : the groom Bridesmai!were Mis. Gloria and Miss Adru 1 • %  1 nils ^ Mrs. Samuel Bernstein Miss Patric.'o Rokaw Miss Yankow For Plans March Wedding .".larch is the time Phyllis Irene Yankow mour Levin Peretz to be Discussed Another in 'I..series ol lectures red bj the Hebrew Teachers' Avs,l( ; ter Miami w.n be held at Temple Emanu Q religi school Saturd dl Kin: His Life Liters The bride selected a gown of 21. J ,„ wj pure silk brocade with a i lenghth train Her • fashioned with a rounded neckline. '"' %  as well as the short 'with flowei | • m p. the same material, cial opening night of Mozarttuneful "Cosi Fan Tutte." prei in English by a headline rs was Tuesday In the Dade count) auditorium. But. according to the advance reservation list for the .second performance on Miami Beach from Dr. Arturo di Filippi. director of the opera Guild, Beachitea were planning on their own opening night on Thursday. Jan. 19. in the Miami Beach auditorium. Their finest jewels and furs were wdrn this evening to complement the visiting stars. Blanche Thvhom. Eleanor Sti er, Bryan Sullivan. Frank Guarrera, Virginia MacWatters and John Brownh i Prominent music-lovers who attended the Jan. 19 performance included Mr and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub, Mr and Mrs. David Hochberg, Dr and Mrs. Meyer B. Marks Mrs Clement Restin, Mr. and Mrs Mitchell WoUaoO, Mr. and Mrs Milton Weiss, r and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mr and Mrs. Leonard W i. n and Mr Beajamin J Zino. Ir and Mrs. R W. Apte. Mr and Mrs Leonard Aness. Mr Will The ver\ full %  hi ar weddin : Hollyw Or r e I annoum their sopha ment. %  engt He is the 1 Distinctive Furnishing, J*N.t 125tn Sireef MM** Mleil, If. fk Pl ,. 0248 | • t i .1 0 R ${ i Mrs Banm de Hirsoh Meyer. Mr and MrLeo Robtnaoa, Mr. and MrSara Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Bertman, Mr and Mrs. M Hulsh, Mr and Mrs Eugene I Mr and Mrs. Paul HexMrL II Jucobson Mr and Mrs William J. Kapto play the mle of Mozart's famous satire. fully interprets the rolei ter. who though her staunch, weakenwhen is reputedly off to the Her sister. 1 lorabella,J mezzo-soprano. Blanche is also sure to delight lovers. As the grtaM fickle maiden. Miss has also won fame for i tive Delilah, plays the rokj silly maid beautifully. Baritone Frank Guen the demanding role of I lover to Firdihfii. in satirical Teaaoa for Guarrera. who's a men; of age. has appeared morH the Metropolitan than aaj baritone Famous for her sparl pretation of coloratuni i ginia MacWatters. is tkl maid. Despina, lends interpreting some of brilliant arias in this on reality. John Brown lee. bariM*] Alfonso, the elderly sible for proving that fickle in "Lesson for won plauditover tt*< his sensitive singing cult role. 1 who ha* won "in lor her ver is unusuall) suited i the Df> %  JM Auxiliaries Plan ror [vents Here Next Week 24. the I the the I Tuesday. Jan. Jewish Ma dera Coral G V ar Veterans, will hold a social rreeting at the Coral Cables Jewish < iter. Wednesday. Jan 25. Norman Dixie Picture Frame Co. 3S40 N.W. $4th St. Brown Post and Auxiliary uSSSH^ J" SSS ^ ho '' Mam K M : ; n connec\\ 1 hold a joint rally 1 a with their annual tlated Monday. Feb. 6. tag day. •ne r r ,m, a p^:?;. Ma,-,n Ph.n("In • N! 5-1241 BELDEN! SWIMMING POOLS OF MIAMI OFFERS A SPECIAL WINTER PRICE ofon!y $ 1282 j FOR A COMPLETE REINFORCED CONCRETE POOL WITH KEYSTONE W**! NMP, VINYL PAINT, ETC. FILTERS FROM $275.00. This Price Good Only Next 3 MMfhs. CALL MO 6-3271 or 81-7-7858 or MO 7-88*



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lory 20. 1956 +Jmltf fKtkHam Page 13B Spaet Appointed To Commmittee 0 I JaWoltt H. fipnot, Miami Beach councilman and former mu nicipal court judge, has been ap pointed a member of the national Committee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties "i the American Jewi.sh t Judge sapeet. v. an adtivf M|bettb*r*et the V'ii'iii chapter*.! (he AJC, i* chairman of the MiapLer community relations commitHe b ai->> honorary pre-ulent ; of the Jcu;-h Home for the AJ< mittee (>n Civil Right • and Civil Liberties i< concerned with the use of law, education and MCial action lo reduce (ii.scnminatmn. It also seek.-, lo streriKthen civil liforrlie.s and counteract the threats to freedom from govern^'|lUlrui-pmaU-ourfav Labor Zionist Assembly Meeting of the Labor Zionist %  I'.iy i~ scheduled nt the Israel Hlstradut office, 600 Lincoln rd., Wednesday evening. \ torn at Mount Sinai was the setting ldicon given by the hospital in the lent oi the Bayshore Exchange •arch fellowship in cardiovascular Seated (left to right) are Albert president oi the Bayshore ExJlub oi Miami Beach; Max Orovitz. oi Mount Sinai; Howard Kane, [oi Mount Sinai board of trustees lairman of the Exchange Club research fellowship project. Standing are Samuel Gertner, hospital executive director; Arnold Rubin, chairman oi the Exchange Club project committee; Julius J. Perlmutter. co-chairman of the Exchange Club research fellowship project; J. Bernard Spector. secretary of the Exchange Club; and Dr. Maurice Lev, pathologist and director of Mount Sinai research laboratories. Rich and hearty... check-full of oldtime chicken goodness I CLEAR with RICE with NOODLES with KREPIACH, with MAT70 BAILS Try All SI fe ige Club Makes SIO.OOOGift to Mt. Sinai Hospital St/, president of Mount, enthusiasm of the club to the proial. Wednesday lauded 'ject proved to be more than my t sel by the Bayshore [wildest imagination could possibly |ub of Miami Beach in iw research fellowship cular pathology at the conceive. The proposed fellowship, he said, "was announced to the club at one of our regular business meetings, and the response was so overwhelming that in one evening the members of the club pledged 90 percent of the amount necessary to establish the fellowship fund for one year. As a matter of fact, it was difficult for me has seen fit to set up i to stop the discussion on the mat|projcrt on the biggest ter, in order to proceed with other by a service s a new trend I Mipport of mediin the field of path told The Jewish FlorU the local Ex nceivably afkltti in Int the counBayshore Exbiisiness." Lehrman noted that the proposal was "first suggested to me by Howard Kane, who is an active M Lehrman. j member of our local Exchange red that "the j club, having recently been elected to the board of control, as well as a member of the board of trustees of Mount Sinai hospital." Through the active approval of club officers and Arnold Rubin, chairman of the club's project committee, the special research fellowship project was promptly es. tablished. Julius Jay Perlmutter was appointed co-chairman of the project along with Kane. The fellowship will be administered by Dr. Maurice Lev, Mount Sinai pathologist and director of the research laboratories. "One of the most important fellowships ever to be established in the field Of pathology," Dr. Lev said. "thi.grant will permit a fully trained, board-qualified pathologist to work full time on research. Such a novel fellowship may set a new national pattern for community maintained pathological research.' MANISCHEWITZ L Wffi r*osH^ Chicken Soup^^ fiarold Pont and lrvin €*ordon i ft i 1 B LV hi ANNOUNCE THE FORMATION OF GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS 170 N.W. 5th STREET, MIAMI PH. 9-7996 and proudly announce the formal opening of their new kitchen and catering headquarter* BUILT AND DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR THE PREPARATION OF KOSHER FOODS TO FIT YOUR EVERY NEED UNDER THE STRICTEST SUPERVISION OF THE CENTRAL MIAMI KASHRUTH COMMISSION The Central Miami Kashruth Commission wish.** to itate publicly that It endorses only the catering establishment known as PONT and CORDON and in no way is thia to be construed as an endorsement of any other plant operated by these men. 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Glamor Was Theme Of Sisterhood Fete "Glamor—a la Temple EmanuEl" was the fashion show theme arranged by program chairman Mrs. Jules P. (.'banning for the Saxony s dessert luncheon Wednesday, honoring the PTA of the Temple's Sisterhood. Mrs. Channing announced that this is the last Sisterhood meeting prior to the Sisterhoods big annual concert Feb. 8. starring Met vocalists Elaine Malbin and Eugene Conley. Svl# \r> bf vipwert a-e in the pe^&onal wardrobe of Sisterhood .nennKrs. in the promenade list are Mrs Saul Genet, Mrs. Murry Rabbi Caplan to be Speaker Rabbi Jonah Caplan, spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Congregation, will be guest speaker at an adult education class in Jewish his-, tory of Monticello Park Contra"*' tion Tuesday evening, Jan. 24. His subject will be "Can One LiW a Jewish Life in America?" Hidall Christmas (seated right) signs proclamation %  i. 24 as Stephen Wise-American Jewish Congress %  is Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spiritual leader of %  Congregation. Standing are Mrs. Benjamin Kamen Bent, and Mr'. Louis Haiiner, vice president, of the ier, AJCongress Women's Division. mviSION IN UNIQUE PROGRAM BB-— — — %  Honors Stephen Wise Memory P is' American Jewish Congress Day. proclaimed by Gov. %  t and Mayors Randall Christmas and D. Lee Powell, is Hsday. Jan. 24. %  evening, the Florida Women's Division of AJCongress %  c memory of Stephen Wise at a "Congress-orama" in the I The unique program will include a novel presentation by Hrs of the area. Haptcr will present a skit, and reservations are being han%  e.Mlames Philip Brummer, Charles Feinberg. Larry Fried%  n Kamen and Louis Haffner. besigner Will Lecture %  bf (oral Gables JewHi I meet Wednesday, %  Center. f)i of Pansy's Florist, will entertain with I IS mh luncheon %  oup of lladassah %  annual Youth Aliyah Ihe Seville hotel on Jan. 23. Kcservaare Mrs. Samuel a display of her floral arrangements. "Pansy" is known throughout North and South America as instructor of floral arrangements. She was in charge of flower design for the recent dinner here honoring Ambassador Abba Eban of Israel and is especially known for her 'Tree of Orchids" and "Champagne Glass of Orchids." fyGoshf What a \Mi Own on** With spreads, wich cheese .. with whatever you please — no other matio vou've ever tasted tastes like Nosh O'Rye by MANISCHEWITZ Tht Greatest Name in Kosher Foods!" NOW Of f N AIR CONDITIONED Harry Platoff. Wednesday Vh chapter. B'nai Jwill have a Menorah Wnesday, Jan. 25, at Mel. THE TROCADERO KOSHER RESTAURANT 23rd STtEET (1 block from Collins Aveooe) Full Course Dinner. We Do Kosher Catering Featuring the finest Kosher Cuisine including Phone London Rroil, Flankon, Steaks, etc JI 1-0551 [O ROOM |NT DINING Winental Manner I supervised by t ie Black BIZONY inenfo/ tnumkh SONffTAG*S FLAMMNGO KOSMMKR RESTAURANT 743 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Serrtuff e f ineir food at esenobie Prices CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS NO f AITY TOO LAME NO PAITV TOO SMALL Phone JE 1-9952 Undir Rabbinical Supervinon H No Answ. Miono 14-2971 Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Your Social Functions WEMMO %  ANtUETS ANNIVERSAIHS %  At MUTZVANS from 25 to 1,090 ON THE OCEAN AT LINCOLN MAO JE 4-0911 Koretzky. Mrs. Maurice I. Edelman, Mrs. Stanley Raskin, Mr. Harold M. Ungcr, Mrs. Irving Cypen, Sisterhood president, Mrs. Henry Cove, Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin, Miss Bonnie Goldberg, Miss Carol Berman. Miss Bonnie Rubenstein. Mrs. I. M. Boderman, Mrs. Max D. Cohen, Mrs.Arthur Ross. Mrs. Page 5 B Jack S. Mintzer who will wear a European creation. Mrs. Leon Sirkin. Mrs. Allen Goldberg, Mrs. I Ralph Kaplan. Mrs. Jock J. F, j Mrs. Eugene Troop, Mrs. Dona d If. Mkhnoff. Mrs. Jack M. Lieberbaum and Mr.-.. LOUIJ Vernell. Narrator is Mrs. Albert Shapi o. Music solos wHl be by Joe ParJ >. &e PRODUCTS fJUNE ^BUTTER '•* y tea ot its attest..."flavor crushed" Tctley lor fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure... served in a glass or cup! 1837 So-t—l Md •**. Joxob Cotton A



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Page 1 6 B *j^s£/fc___§2_L GLOBAL SHORTS HASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST „A ihf Hadawah Ho-pital in Jerusalem, it was TA i ;:r'a h "SKon, pubbal-d here. The method i '" 1 Summation of the type o! cells present in the amni,,,,,H T K ,Th" luid "u i.n, the embryo. The percentage of certa.n ""' n f hv the embryo and found in this fluid differs :^;;:, ,:;;,: h :;thoflu 1 ,i,n 20 cases resulted in acle predictions ever) linv Lrg. a.i, et ^ TTK5 8 P TUNIS JTA i—There must be no discrimination between Tunisian Moslems and Jews in the elections for the Tunisian legislature next March, the Neo-Destour (nationalist! French language newspaper iAitic" declared here. CASABLANCA (JTA)P leas for unity and understanding between Jews and Moslems in Morocco were voiced at Babat, capital of Morocco. at a meeting today called by i group of Jewish and The meeting was attended by more than 1.000 persons and was presi over by Prince Moulay Hassan, son of Sultan Mohammed B< n The Prince, addressing the meeting, said that the al the Jews for ferael Is anatural as thai ol the M from tin Bar Knchba and the othi r i Shekel dating to the dr-t upi linst the Romans— wen liancellor Koi on behalf of Dr N'ahum Goldmann in hi) •('rial Clain inj The pn •• it weekend ir bon • 0th birthdi) Di F. E Shinnar. head of thi Purchasing Mission, wl nted Dr. Goldmann's gift to the German >,!• r on behalf I bra. I I M •..-•. r M PARIS iament ol : which includi • %  all the principal the rid—declared here that thej red b) (hi Sultai Morocco that then i recentlj 1 : Israel, Turl ., gation from th< group was founded 1893 and has mor r. Albert i FRANKFURT ITA .' i • wish youtl acl ties the < .untrj i lat with enoui UPA • %  ..... fron %  more tl VIENNA JTA ips unbridgeable. Then. JSZS2JT** ON THE AMERICAN S CENE_ present of the ConneCu V. mn, R.,£_ "_ *" ministers the fund. Funds received?^ .2_5_ST T" uhl,-h a,! the damaged synagogues mSSt Putaam Z A f___2_ J 1 Uhalf f S12.000. With what the congregation ,f. he ?? mdM contributed themaelvea, oSriSS^y^lJT^* bu,! '"" %  have S30.000. The "^ ASWK^ C ommissioner for Canada in Grea Bnta *SS2 M i*"\ Hlgh sador to Brazil. Mr. Pierce, who is 54 wL h,n in Mo f M A,: career in journalism and has held clnaTanTn Monlr a Parted his and in Washington. Canadian diplomatic potts ,„ It. NEW YORK (WNS)—Sen~HeTbeTi^ T-HLZ ~~- ^ the United Jewish Appeal at a natmnal IP^S .*S *" h nnr <" 1 on Jan. 21 at the WaWiSrS ^ '" held mark the opening of the UJA 19M nation*^ tesUmonial dinner, to Lehman for h, "near.y a ha.f century* eadershio m'R _? ?** his championship of the downtrodden and ,1 P m frecdom ~ cause, his outspoken ^J^^jS^SSSSJU^ ^SSSS^Siii^^^Ji Wl-nipe. ha^ they have enjoyed in past years, m a 8X!__£2 "* pr, r "v *•*• of the Jewish Welfare Fund of ^^SnSStSV ** organization of Canada and |_e WeateriD.v"Ln oillr R !5! n Z "" ,M Congress, the UJA "new look" was ann*unced RL !" "& n JewKn cent for the tremendous needs." ,he sta_em ent ZpS V"? LJA agreement as it existed for the p a $ six ye a7s k Sla** of ,he revamped." H m >ears ,s being completely LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL JERUSALEM (JTA)—A method for determinino ,K children has been developed by three doctors workl! T f unborn Klng at ,h e Weizmann NORTON TIRE CO. I *" "ed.r | n No ^on T, re r e nof "#-. t0 v nce ^mpo.. Premium Feature U.S. Royal 8 TUBELESS TIRES TAKEN OFF NEW CARS SIZE Biockwoii wmt.w.n 670x15 13.95 16.95 710x15 15.95 17.95 760x15 17.95 20.95 800x15 20.75 23.75 Exchange on a recoppable tire or odd 2.00—Plus tox. — 3 „,, ,j ntup^uK nre ur oa x.uv/^— rius rax. >a ^^r BUY AT NORTON TIRI AND SEE AUTHORIZED gSWTHIS PRO kVJ i_^___i I Gel Fullv Guaranl DEMER Gel Fully Guaranted] FACTORY FRESH Norton Tint Co. obtains brand wm direct from the United States Rubber U. NO TIRE DEALER con honestly ooVtrM f'esb U. S. Royal Tires at ANY FM8H •ass be buys direct from the Unitoi SMJ Rubber. Co. For Your JOwn Protect/on J8y U.S. Royal T'"*s From | NOMON TIRE (0. fc_s_• 51"' %  -<-* ^^^—— — %  m wmmmmmtm m MIAMI 300 _W. MIAMI 49 00 N.W MIAMI Norton P-W 1 1 4S4 Alroj, NORTH Ml 133 40 N.W: SOUTH lf3 0$OhaoJ MIAUAJ •o_ojjj2J HOMCSTfA^ 102 VJSSU ft tul|, D..l, n „ ''.! YOU ^ • BETTER VALUE NORTON t TIRE "! • iFTTER SIRVICE • BETTER CREDIT TERMS FLORIDA'S LARGEST IUS.ROYAIMIADQUARTIRS



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,n' *v e 2 A — CJA Inaugural Due Herman .29 Kosher Butchers Picket Synagogue Sabbath Services imam Saul .' i If m Car! %  Oroi McrrJ Joodmm 'ope-h Woinlraub 0 Howard Kcne ***** j chains stw^ |teted fubb, becau*, r; ulW o I pendent kosher Wives of members t"rr rjntz explained that Beth >ual leader. Rabbi JoRaekovsky. as director of Miami Vaad Hakash ihonied the sake of the Cantor Brummer to Sp—k re will be a United Syna uth meeting in the social U-mple Emonu-Bl on Sun la> rxening. Jan 22. Cantor Phil lip K rummer Mill speak on Jewish mtUK and its place la modern Jer> con. STR0W6ER 1 ANAI i %  i •toach sa4feM M | ••. AEkcil u IHn "">' %  ". TWtkt jtt *w ha.' aWWypm.^ aVWntiftf rMMRkl, Ar. S I %  : %  re %  baa —reap H 5 %  1 : JeWfJ I Heiraaa to beiies-e that %  I a f oAMa • here betwecIMOJM and a >r. dollar* could be raised I rioj :. health) so %  • I M %  • i Kotz's Kosher RestauraiH [SOO COLLINS AVENUE PHOKfJ riNcar QUACITV rooo AT REASONABLE I I Let Us Arrt Vvn* WlOJIaat. Jr M imx C"fl*e*mnts an* stftwr a*c>al Function* • I Comp! -rntir> Win* th Oinitr FridJ. Niant Member Agencies Open Recruitment For 3,500 Volunteers in Fund Drive %  %  %  Mr ''nt of .r. tn V0aY." uoa to *• BMiat v :he^ •*•* Vaau Jev • %  • ff*i>f MmUH it am t amd ttunt HouMtp Owner* We aw hare • earve ywa errta m COMHlil um m CANNON SHEETS BUNKETS PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS M Drapes — Certains — Bed Pods Mestic Studio cad Davtuo Coven Miami Wholesale Corporatil D. SOOn, Pres. 120 N.E. 9th Street CWsed Sate-rane Oyoa PKt4a!rll to better serve the residents i North Miami • Hollywood • Ft. %  %  coioti: c*T wotms >n* owotan w iww Hks "^ Tm ****** WM tt r ACI gMPLCYMSST S-V;PHONES MSTT ^J 0 6 r KACel "ICE 'S*fCTiON hta Met auTU .„ •* I Mi I rt*i Si J. Lnrdman H. H< .-- 4)7 '|>liun %  0 0 1 STOII '••tk e*tf ift j f ^ Ab kv luwr. Wa4| -' %  E: -: t TtWf**,, n ,. W7 i I'liaii NO *.'SC*S •OX ^AT tfSEA*^cv-s Jf 14M1 C!*-£l kiAMrS OOUIll ist and 2nd Races AT THl TIACK OP $TA$ MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB tXTtlHI SOUTH CNO or C OlUNS AVI. WtECT BUS mi Jmtt~$OlYCE NMMANDY ISLE KIVERS1DE-BEACH MEMORIAL FfNERAL DIRECTORS I2SO Noraaaadv MM -OST COHVU.HMTIY LOCATIO t> 0 "••mt*.



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L. n J [ Some 250 prominent socialites, members of iWestview Country Club, were present last week at J the first of three fashion shows slated by club [ladies during the '96 season. Mrs. Ruth (E.I.) Blum, [entertainment co-chairman, and Bobboo (Mrs. Roy) [Schechter, fashion show chairman, received guests jfor the showing of Burdine's Ilialeah fashions. unseasonable weather (Florida talk for freezing), rg, wife of the entertainment co-chairman, wore with matching sweater. "But I'm glad I brought i angora coat," Mrs. Rosenberg bravely explained... navy blue shantung and beige, while Bobbee ther. Mrs. Sidney Mayer-wife of Westview's presiIsister, Pat (Mrs. Charts*) Goldstein, in the family's Bf "down-fronters," Mrs. Baron (Polly) da Hirsch Itess at a table in a dress of black wool appliqued eves. Polly's guests included Hop* Stokes, Mrs. Sam William Stubblefield, who chose a gold dress made ill Wolfson's guest was Mrs. Sam Ruby, of Chicago, pen by friends chatting with Mrs. Hal Pelten at the lr. Harold Landfield, wife of Westview's immediate was also among Mrs. Pelton's guests. Fishman was hostess to Mrs. Helena Wigman, Mrs. [Mrs. Claude Renshaw and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub. enjoying the gay fashion affair was wife of noted Wolfson. Glnsburg has been busy writing notes home telling it it's freezing in Waltham, Mass. ist be cold in Waltham, campus site of Brandeis other reasons these days. For noted novelist and tv member Ludwig Lewisohn passed away while on a rai-ation only two weeks ago to leave a sad vacancy ipue-ita Barbara's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion rairie ave. Ruth's president of the Miami chapter Ifty s National Women's Committee. >ori* Levy have given up their Lakeview dr. home in Miami. bought a four-acre tract, and they plan to build a there. >ori* have been out of town with their world chamlakeen King Doodles, who competed for a blue ribbon in Tallahassee, Clearwater, Tampa, St. Petersburg >>>>cc ich's Robert B. Levins are proudly telling friends of eve arrival to their family. She's pert Susan Lee... the former Juanita Kahn, of Hollywood. Fla. Inci|ithe noted executive of Standard Chemical Co. here. joj urandparents are long-time Miamians Mr. and in. |ius H. Miner, of Chicago, one of the foremost authorlile delinquency and divorce laws, came in from a M vacation to stay at the Saxony hotel prior to his [Wmdy City. lrning at the Seville was Mrs. Hannah Block, whc.se fowden, was recently named 1956 Maid of Cotton. A C resident, Hannah helped groom Pat for the title. %  • Cohen* are back from their brief vacation in Cuba's Ch )rty were the Harry Blumins and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jof Claire Weintraub, her appearance at Westview's tg last week followed her return from Dallas in her lairman of Dadc's Mothers' March on Polio. her Dallas flight was only the beginning of busy i with Mrs. Nestor Morales on plans for the Mothers' division fiesta cocktail Friday at the Flamingo hotel... >>>>C4 r*ns, noted entertainer of radio and television, head|ram at Westview's CJA annual dinner Sunday. Joey roam golf tourney which was to be held Thursday featuring the nation's top stars in golfdom. I.v, he recently returned with wife Cindy Heller from 1 Cindy and Joey were received by the young relitical leaders. e talking about Beach Councilman Bernie Frank's ipement to entertainer Marion Colby. en saying that he and Marian expect to tie the knot ceremonies in the near future. lower will honor bride-elect Shaloma Shawmut at Fu [daughter of Prairie ave.'s J. L. Shawmut'*. Her fiance Lesaner. Some 18 guests at the affair will be hosted >lph Shevech and Mrs. Leonard Barr. "•*. Irving Cohen, co-owners of the Di Lido hotel with ncd from their Havana holiday in time to entertain M publisher William Randolph Hearst, Jr., and Tex enl of Chrysler Corporation. n' Moulin Rouge room was the meeting place of aozen United States senators and congressmen as the industry and national road builders headquartered ons at the Di Lido. % n also took time out to go to the final three days at with Mrs. Cohen's suede outfit both smart and warm *nt cold spell. hia s Davle) Prkedlende are at the Saxony hotel for Dave's vke president of Food Fair Store*. .. ,L not so strange for Miami these days—are featured in this photograph last week of lovely Westviewers (left to right) Mrs. Bernard Wall, Mrs. Laurence Levenson and Mrs. David Fleeman. Two subsequent luncheon-time fashion shows are slated for the remainder of the season. White House Report on Their Agenda *Jri. OevM c Social Club Program Cleveland Social club will meet at Hibiscus auditorium Wednesday evening, Jan. 25. Seympur Liebman. president of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America, will be guest speaker. Card party follows. Entertainment chairman is Ben Katz. Mrs. Aaron Farr, president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations, this week announced Conference's Thursday, Jan. 26, luncheon meeting from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the Algiers hotel. A highlight of the program will be a report of the recent White House conference on education in Washington by two local participants and Conference members, Mrs. David Catsman and Mrs. Louis Glasser. Gov. LeRoy Collins personally appointed Mrs. Catsman and Mrs. Glasser to be a part of the Florida delegation. "Both women are widely recognized for their services in community and state educational and welfare projects, and Mrs. Catsman was especially active in the Florida conference on education which preceded the national conference," Mrs. Farr explained. The lighter side of the program will be a "What's My Line" skit complete with an outstanding personality as the "mystery challenger." Guest challengers will represent the constituent organizations which comprise the CJWO. The four past presidents of Conference, the Mesdames Benjamin Meyers, Louis Glasser, Irving Lehrman and Milton Sirkin, will act as panelists. Mrs, A. Frank Wellins is program chairman. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Mrs. Hannah Cohen. CJWO is the coordinating organ ization for most of the Jewish women's groups in Dade and Broward counties. Conference membership is automatically conferred on all members of the constituent groups. i i ^



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fewiisltUEIliDiriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY INumber 3 Miami, Florida, Friday, January 20, 1956 Price 20* il Seen In Losing Battle To Ward Off UN Censure Eban Urges 'Moderate' Arms Increase; Syria's Sanctions Demand Felt Doomed [ATIONS PA RTICIPATING Leaders in dp/to/ \Discuss Near East Crisis; Secretary Allen in Greetings JTON (JTA) — Hundreds of Jewish leaders from major and communities arrived here early this week to particivo-day extraordinary conference on the present crisis in 1st and the policy of the United States Government in that fere greeted by George V. Allen, Assistant Secretary of 'State, at the opening session. The conference, which was held at the Shoreham hotel, was addressed by a number of senators. Major addresses were given by Dr. Nahum Goldmann. chairman of the Jewish Agency, and Israel Ambassador Abba Eban. A statement by George Meany, president of the AFL-CIO, reflecting the sentiment of organized labor in the United States was read at the opening session by Adolph Held, chairman of the Jewish Labor Committee. The conference was called by presidents of 17 Jewish organizations to consider the rapidly deteriorating Arab-Israel situation and its implication for world peace. American interests and the security of Israel. Each of the organizations participating in the conference has assigned 20 delegates to it. Also among those present were delegates-at large selected for the prominent positions they hold in their respective communities and A. lyread* their record of activity in public the friendly dipWaMt affairs. USSR's Nikita Kruschev is silent thiB week. Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett has told the Communist boss that his intemporate attack on the Jewish State "aroused amazement and revulsion in the hearts oi lovers of truth throughout the world." Also silent is Soviet Premier Bulganin, who has not been seen anywhere in Moscow, "for reasons of health," since the twosome's return from India. in Dtp ART mm -MOT TO iDtmwv WITH mm ide Continues Top Effort to Kill U.S. Arms Assistance to Jewish State }TON (JTA) — Efforts to influence the iiu-nt against the sale of American arms being made here by Henry A. Byroade, s Ambassador to Egypt, who is particiAnglo-American discussions on Middle East problems currently being held here. Heading the American group at these discussions is Assistant Secretary of State George V. Allen. The British group is headed by Evelyn Shuckburg. expert on Middle East Affairs at the British Foreign ^Office. The results of these dis cussions will be brought to the attention of President Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden when they start their meetings in Washington at the end of this month. In questioning the wisdom of U.S. arms sales t<> Israel. Ambassador Byroade is reported by inContinued on P 5 A • \ /"*, jrants in Israel prepare tree saplings for planting "ion of Tu B'Shvat, which falls this year on Jan. 28. Jewish Arbor Day. will highlight the Jewish fund's role in the upbuilding of Israel's lands that eroded by centuries oi neglect Special WASHINGTON — Israel Ambassador Abba Eban. speaking here late Wednesday, called for a "moderate increase" in arms for the Jewish State which, he said, would bring peace to the Middle East. Ambassador Eban said the arms aid would help stabilize the situation in Israel "by bringing the balance of power into line between Egypt and my government." Meanwhile, at the United Nations, the Jewish States effort to avoid UN censure appeared to be doomed to failure. However, observers there noted that Israel might be winning in the battle to convince Security Council members not to apply economic sanctions as punishment for Israel's Dec. 12 retaliatory raid against Syria. Syria had previously asked the United States to cut off all economic aid to Israel, but it was reported reliably that Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge told newsmen he would "have to check with Washington on the Syrian proposal." According to observers, all 11 members of the Security Council appear favorably disposed toward some form of Israeli censure, but it is doubted that the Council will endorse the Syrian demand for sanctions. Syria's position, meanwhile, is being heavily supported by the Soviet delegation. SOBELEV SUPPORTS SYRIAN MOVE Soviet in Bitter Attack Against Israel As Security Council Argues UNITED NATIONS (WNS)— As the United Nations Security Council continued its debate Wednesday on two resolutions that were before it to censure Israel for its recent raid on Syrian positions in the Lake Tiberias area, the most vicious attack against Israel was made byArkady A. Sobelev, head of the Soviet delegation. While other delegaf. gates condemned the Israel raid and asked that Israel be censured and warned against a similar incident in the future, the Soviet delegate supported the Syrian demand that Israel should also be forced to pay compensation to the civilian victims of the raid. Claiming that Israel had "committed a deliberate and sudden attack" on Syrian territory and "losses," he did not once mention Israel's casualties. Syria was praised by the Soviet delegate for "'exercising restraint." He insisted that Israel should not only be severely condemned by the Security Council but should be "invited" by the Council to pay Syria compensation. Johnston Seeks Senate Inquiry WASHINGTON (JTA)—A special Senate investigation of Solicitor General Simon Sobeloff. renominated last week by President Eisenhower as a Federal circuit judge, that this attack had been "care-[was urged here Wednesday by Sen. fully prepared in advance." Mr. j Olin D. Johnston of South Carolina. The President's nomination of Mr. Sobeloff is for the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. The original nomination of Mr. Sobeloff was made last July, hut delegate did not agree with IsJ the Senate adjourned before acting rael's explanation that the attack on it. At that time, a number of was in reprisal for Syrian firing Southern Senators opposed Sobelr.icl fishing boats on Lake'off's appointment because of his Tiberias. While repeatedly exleadership in anti segregation pres-ing regret over Syria's the South. Sobelev also argued that Israeli forces had violated the demilitarized zone established by the armistice agreement. The Soviet in FR. FEENEY TA KES UP WITH NATION'S NOTORIOUS ANTI-SEMITES Defrocked Priest on Smith-Winrod Team BOSTON (JTA>—Father Leonard Feeney and his followers have begun to get support from two longtime anti Semitic agitators—Gerald L. K. Smith and Gerald Winrod—it was reported here this week. In a joint report issued by the Jewish Community Council of Boston and the B'nai Brith Anti Defamation League, it was pointed out that "The Point," the publication of the excommunicated priest, had received publicity in Smith's paper, "The Cross and the Flag." and Winrod's "The Defender." The report noted that both Smith and Winrod have at various times also indulged in anti-Catholic propaganda, but that thi evidently did not deter them from supporting the Feeney publication, which has concentrated its attacks almost exclusively on Jews in recent months. Father Feeney was originally excommunicated for continuing to maintain that only Catholics could achieve salvation, despite a Church ruling to the contrary. He later founded St. Benedict's Center, in Cambridge, Mass., and has recruited members of young people to join in his work. Recently, his publication was condemned by Bishop Burke of Buffalo, after it began to be circulated in larger quantities in the Buffalo area. i t" H



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20. 1956 +J**kl>rk>r**a>n & rtnntr Meyers oters Will tion Need ds in Education" iy Mrs. Seymour or of elementary' I I WHITE-HAIRiDjm.MaUS TAKES ON ANO THER JOB Woman Attorney, Civic and Business Leader Heads Group Climaxine n Ion* i-nrH „r < %  %. _. mi Mrs. litfci krca aie invited to Ion. which will folkorterence of board %  iHialeah, Coral I ii i I Miami Beach B; 1'i.f auditorium at B has recently re^'a>hini{ton. where National White Irv on Kducatkm as I II will conduct a { |k'. r period at the IT I.awson is in ting Its monthly. I ames minsky i'uidman, executive Udman's Crown hoannnunced the apks Judy Kaminsky or for the hotel. a. who for the past been the social famed Grossinger's York, also served as director of acI.ake Camp. Oown hotel, she charge of the full -'gncd to provide 1th pleasure roundClimaxing a long record of service to Jewry and Israel, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Wednesday accepted the position of chairman of the women's division of the Greater .Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds. Mrs. Meyers' appointment, to succeed Mrs. Monte Selig, was announced by Jacob Sher, chairman of the Creator Miami Committee. He paid tribute to Mrs. Sclig "for more than a year of unequalled devotion to Israel Bonds which produced record sales among the .women of our community.'' s; Mrs. MeVers, a member of the Dade county board of public instructim and vice chairman of the school board, holds an impressive list of offices, present and past, but it is her dynamic energy which inspires hundreds of her friends and fellow workers in public, civic, religious and business matters. She is regarded as the dean of women lawyers in the South, and is now vice president for the United States of the International Federation of Women Lawyers. She also was treasurer of the body for three years. Mrs. Meyers, whose husband, Ben, is himself a community civic leader, is the past national treasurer of the National Association of Wonien Lawyers. She was fhr first state president of the Florl da Federation of Women Lawyers, serving for two years. She maintains an active law practice from her Lincoln rd. offices and has time to help her husband in his role as treasurer and co-owner ofMiami Bottled Gas Co. She has been an ardent Zionist since her college days at Columbia. Today Mrs. Meyers is an officer of the Zionist Council for South Florida, maintains a steady interest in Hadassah, serves on the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and participates actively in Israel Bonds. She was a Sponsor of Israel in 1954 and again in 1955, and has also accepted the position of chairman of the hostess committee for the national women's division meeting at the inaugural conference for Israel Bonds slated Feb. 4 at the Seville hotel. Mrs. Meyers will select a group of Greater Miami women to serve with her on the hostess committee at a meeting to be held next w§e in-her hoe. She came to Miami in 1934 and two years later became a member of the Miami Business and Professional Women's Club. For three years she was state legislative chairman for the Florida Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. One of her most cherished honors was the national service award presented by her sorority. Iota Alpha Pi. She is now chair man of the Miami Beach library board. Mrs. Meyers was honored after three years as president of Jewish Family Service, of which she was the initial woman president. In 1937, she was one of 18 women from Hadassah selected as an official delegate to the World Zionist Congress. Mrs. Meyers served as a president and district director of Hadassah in New York. Pog* 7B In 1946-47, Mrs. Meyers was cochairman of the women's division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, having responsibility for Miami Beach. She was the first president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward counties, serving for two years. Mrs. Meyers has been an active member of the board of directors for the Jewish Home for the Aged here, and was chairman of the admission committee A member of the Florida Bar since 1936, and of the New York Bar since 1932. she lives at 802 West DiLido dr. It isn't hard to tell that with her new and principal assignment on the Israel Bonds campaign, she won/t be at home too often. Card Party Tuesday Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold a card party on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 24, at the Blackstone hotel. Mrs. Lillian Ackerman and Mrs. B. Fisher are co-chairmen. Assisting are Mrs Joseph Brenner and Mrs. F. Lustig. Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein is chapter president. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE rs. Club Forum P club of Temple the first in a B' n ih-i nations on the Family" on ping. Kronisa, spiritual Shplom, and Mrs. |osts to the group 44til Prairie ave. r. well known mar, discussed "Emo%  >< in Marriage" of young married bi >im. p' of the other four ? announced soon, rLeonard Silverfc>! the project. Otht '\ered are "Legal and Kinsey" and VdopUon." Mrs. chairman of the Not o powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny 'FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly %  !*• •Id-$tyl "Instants" ... just s quick but tastes so superior! This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens.. then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! 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K), 1956 *J§S4slJkr*mr> inine fair: \^Jn tk <-J~tomefront B'nai B'rith Ladies Seek New Twosome ThougB .**] <*n 'mtf on :i ..hip by yourself" it took at lea.st ;i twosome to prfi admission to the mem-1 lir lirtms-aiicwmeinher luncheon • -poiisored by North Shore chapter of B'nai B "rith Women nt the home \ of Mrs. B. Robbins. 8200 Hawthorne ave.. on Thursday. An afternoon of cards followed the luncheon, which was one in a Page 3 b DiLido Appoints Social Director The Di Lido hotel on Miami Beach has a new social director, according to IrvinK and Saul A. Cohen, owner nanagcrShe is Mrs. Nila de Mai evjlle, formerly %  iodfal director at he famous Sekon Lodge* at Saran ac. N.Y. A native of Paris, France, Mrs. de Malleville moved to Montreal. Q u e Mrs. 4t MullevUlt bee. 17 years ago. series of events arranged to spark During World War II. BOS beamed the chapter's current membership drive Mrs Robbins. as hostess, took reservations for members accompanied b> new and prospective members. President of the chapter is Mrs. George Baltuch • ... January meeting of the North Shore chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will take place Monday afternoon, Jan. 23, at the North Shore Jewish (enter. Following a brief bout of business, there will be a tournament broadcast-, at N'a/i occupied France over the Voice of Canada radio network she moved to Santa Barbara. Cal.. in 1947. and was named social 'ant in the banquet depart ment of the Fontainebleau hotel in 1954 She remained there until receiving her appointment at the Di Lido hotel. Her husband is a former manager of the Cabana Pavilion at the Fontainebleau, and Mrs. de Malleville has a son now serving as an card party. Winners in this, a semi-1 Air Force cadet at Lowry Field, committee of the Sponsors' n Beach prepares invitations >ined Jewish Appeal event on fn with co-chairmen Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Mrs. George Goldberg ((seated) are Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. John Serbin, Mrs. Leo Chaikin, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose and Mrs. Joseph Lipton. art Teams Symbolize Humanitarian Activity l£ series of Wornfunctions are now )ark fund raising crisis Combined [campaign. Simonhoff. Divifciews the response (women volunteers [of amaaing." Ireds of women, residents of the (Miami and Coral (nities, have en n the Hope Team tarn of the drive. ing committees in onsors Tea fimcld simultaneously and Coral Gables doldherg and Iplon arc co-chairiiuors' event at he held in the home of Mrs. Lipton. 6535 Allison rd. This Beach function, second in importance only to the initial Patrons' Tea held earlier this week, will be directed by six vice chairmen and working committee of over 80 women. The vice chairmen of the Hope Team committee are the Mesdames Joseph Berman. Leo Chaikin, Joseph M Lipton. Joseph M. Rose. John N. Serbin and Carl Susskind. They will meet Friday morning at the home of Mrs. Berman, 5767 Alton rd. On Tuesday morning the Heart Team planning group met for a coffee at the home of Mrs. Moe Feingold in Bay Heights, and a second coffee has been scheduled by the same unit at Mrs. Feins home on Monday. Jan. 23 "We cannot ask refugee famil ies in North Africa to wait—or anxious aged and children to postpone their entry into hospitals, orphanages and homes for the Aged." said Mrs. Simonhoff, reiterating the pressing need fox a swift campaign. "The job must be done quickly —and with glowing results," she said. Mrs. Simonhoff announced that final committee appointments would be made within the next IP days, to push for completion of all women's fund raising by March. In the meantime, fii.'t action group of the traditional Luncheon Unlimited event met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Inez Krensky, 4955 Delaware ave. This colorful women's program attracted nearly 2,000 at the Beach Auditorium last year. final event, will be awarded prizes and will also be eligible to com pete for the grand prize in a final event at a later date. Mrs. Benjamin Kimmel is chairman. • • Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of B'nai B'rith will hold a rummage sale all day at Steven's Market. 6209 NW 27th ave., Jan 23. The chapter also plans a paid-up membership affair at Home Milk, Inc.. 2451 NW 7th ave. on Wednesday evening, Jan. 25. • • • A square dance and buffet supper will be held by the West Miami B'nai B'rith Women on Saturday, Jan. 28, at the American Legion Hall. 303 Alhambra Circle. Colo. North Dade PTA Plans for Purim Meeting of the North Dade Jewish Center PTA will be called to order by Mrs. Harold Shopmaker. president, on Monday evening, Jan. 23, in the social hall of the Center Mrs. Charles Cole, hospitality chairman, and third grade mothers will be hostesses for the evening. Plans are progressing for a gala Purim carnival and barbecue to be held at the Center on Sunday. Feb 26. This event has as its chairman Mrs. Arnold Stern with Mrs Maurice Neu and Mrs. Irving Cohen as co-chairmen. Highlight of the carnival will be the crowning of a king and queen Beth II Ladies Will Hear Review by Rabbi Swirsky Beth Kl Sisterhood will sponsor its next book review dessert lunch jeon on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 2."). in the Pora Au-.iist auditorium of Congregation Beth F.1. I>r. S. T. Swirsky will review "The Prophet." by Sholem Asch. Cempfcte/y Air CeWfrtowd KOSHER RESTAURANT g DELICATESSEN A Umiiv Experience in Dining Hea$vrt Delicatessen to Take Home DINNER FROM $1.50 1141 WASHINGTON AVI. OPPOSITE CITY HAH Open Daily II a.m. to 9 p.m. MIAMI IEACH { Saturday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. | | fAGGIN' by Michael Jeffrey Fischer signalizes at passing his first birthday while anticipating year as big parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin approval at a party in his honor at the Algiers 1 s maternal and paternal grandparents flew '•'• York for the happy birthday occasion. to" Party Out Auxiliarj of the %  ir at Deniuainted n Ihe Honey > evening, Jan Mrs. Herman 'rman Is Morris M& The Original BATTISTA'S IS BACK 4041 N.W. 7th ST. We're out to please in food — in price — in pleasure. Serving the finest in Italian or American dishes, home-mad* Lasagna, Ravioli. Veal Scallopini, Chicken Cacciatore. Steaks and Chops. Come Dine .. Where the Atmosphere and Surroundings Are Most Charming Ample Parking Space Good Food Mi.imi Be i(h HERBIE'S OF LOCH SHELDRAKE, N.Y. FEATURING OUR FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL MINU CHINESE ITALIAN AMERICAN SEAFOOD Full Course Dinners from 1.75 (Fr.m 5 te 9:30 .**.) DELIGHTFUL LATE SNACKS LUSCIOUS DESSERTS Pizzas Untii 2 a.m. 247 23rd St., One Block West of Roney Plaza PHONE JI I 5191 FREE PARKING



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• Page 4 A ^jeni^rfkriJijr During By LfO MINDLIN OFFJCr and Tel FRED X. 5HCC HET .... % %  Ed LEO MINDLIN : __ Desecration of Sabbath Not the Answer Dcde %  %  %  :: protesl ft %  to the tat -.-. commi Bui in even more : %  Poujade Had Best Bear Some Watching *' *K rVeatern powers to :r.e. M. Pcu ; ade in Frei es. Two veers M tfadfl entered 'he poDn 3 ridiculous and trumped-up %  Frer %  % %  Poujade emergts in the Fn of Pien ev?r:-. :: a book s; :::n *M Pl .s hiPardon a Mass Murderer maaeocre i ta putrescence with lopana march from Bo, tacr. rev. the Americana who will forget these =c:s =: infamy these Qagrant violations of the rules governing the care of prisoners of war. At Malmedy Belgium, during World War !' AmencanPOWswere beaten and fen muraered Most of then, were airmen who had parachuted to safety' from disabled Order irg -he slaughter was Nazi SS Col occhim Peiper. currently serving a He term for mass murder. Yet the U.S. State IW srcc: s p S. v : : c ver ^G p ^ Strong pressures had been applied on our m a Xhristmas parole • i cy leaked o,: -he Chrism^ -e deal was apparently squelched -ea to pardon mat. nur. %  er J. Addington Wa q: !" \ n last we?< de from Se Dulles n ^u rtter. s P 081 •e Department and Mr Du'Ur a • ** %  !ict n; .^rmcn soldiers-many of them fo* -embers of Hitler s Wehrmachtor n our U.S. military academies studyingTo Pt military achievement dlMdy was one of these past ac s price hr bring permitted to libei b I is. Dewe) wingthat part of ,„,. Ret-kfta dr Eisenhower p"""* ir whet El determined | • Jj t. th parts currently in p. m .'"' fl> I blind man'i bluff Sen Knowland and hi,\ etwi en democracy m Chii % %  '.[ ".^? %  lictator Chiang kai shek ,-, %  • %  k LJII in which there Was il ,,' no VJ' md her Arab neighbors, '*' ,IM* a system f divtakm of n n .,biitt, • be forged daily if either wing is t,, ,i emft i i rfecUveneaa, the Arabs are going tj,/* rmining the statin f the Jewish community m i thi ir propagandi-tic efforts is the v .>, infer-,? 1 Ve* York, headed by Abdul Kamel RahirTj rmation" to newspapers, laagBZini ,,)„<_' *Ji i %  mmentators %  *! principal grist revol. .,.( Uo Ihc more than 800.000 Arabs coerced i i n> > 7^1 tine when the League invaded the ncwlv the unfounded and irresponsiM,c l rgTtfcZ M I thi h.d> places and churches of Jeru-,iii ID Thi>^J 1 with the demand for internationali/ati ., ,f tn ^ [Jf THEGAME.STOO.SC.EmTAMW.CAN.EWRy .; r r ; ,leo r n oan, 1 m ,,:^ S^IJ^iX^raeTi Ihus. all Jews are respon• I ter concocts u a crime to lav at tan* I his not a cmdc and easily detectable derhH I vast number of American Protestant |roup> ;,rf .^ Beiore lion of the Arab refugee taana on Uh i ,,-ii> P f : humamtariaaism It is equally true that a similari) n> have been receptive to th alleatiai acts hastily l! '-rated the holy places in Jeru-alem ts own and j ; thls m > "dded the veiled aOnaion from tin I s .Jewry is divided In its allegiance—that th<-Jewishwr to counter *ate Department policy which thoa*j| rael, i> clearly in the best interest I \menc ft techniques iv necessarily related to the American ft Middli I -• headed by syndicated columnist Doroth) thej may he Nor are these technique> sptcificaajL Rabbi Elmer Berger's American Council fbr Judaism: tkt] found implanted in At J literature is incuJaKaL h'T both I he American Friends and the AmenM unwittim; pawns in the larger game designed to ducreditl at which Israel cannot earvfve. By their verj croups deal with the intellectual dissidents of the natioe nificance are thus limited—at least when caeaal 'n/on implicit in the fostering of general uti-SaaT information Center publications are a case in point the vculd be aoeh • to demonstrate an %  ?s to a good. •less, he .5 c:. extreme right Fascist dedicated to the | ea of totalitarian government. What with the I • -r.per tod Its d: • .:. hide Chin 1 its fear of its colonial future in North Africc .'s inability to a laatffig, government capable of speaking for France as a Western power there is a distinct possibility of the country s succumbing to M. Poupde's promise 0: But authority car. In ad d. .0 is playing the old die BIGOTS TAKE UP TWf BANNER OT AAB PtOfAOAmj The Story of Zionist Espionage in Egypt and Holy Land." both originally issued by the EgypUaaL. then on propert y '' taken over by the Center -mcetail *ith the Department of Justice under the Fortuni*" \"IRS %  -.< nrjijirn-iu RIIIU 01 uii-: "•• %  game ot courang the enemy. Recog-, countm • while pmmuting anti-Israel sentiments specJfc| %  armed Ge'rleologica] d the Semiti I nerally. I o! thi> poattietl lies in the fact that the SatMaal against Germ.a rriam 1 Na/i irroup in New York, has been ciroiuug millions of unsus %  y I ptonafe in Kgypt At the same time, suck — ._ —, „ 0 uuaiuui TJi. AI me same 11 pecting Frenchmen who alaoand 01. Conde McGinley and Gerald L K Smith the formation of a Ger Jewish Atrocities in the Holy Land." In m <" hmgue. both these publications identify L_ This s reminiscent of the davs when Nc ''\ i he horror> an<1 bruUl "y of m(M,frn vuim ohm snook hands ,n ; :> fu, ^ h ""> '" ^ ^ /mn.st Espionage in Egypt." for I the Israeli recruitment of "hundreds of agentfinanod national system of begging which Israel has inved and dispersed them throughout the Arab abotage .A practical application of the is the recent Zenneidine allegation that oar tJx the American Jewish community %  phrfast" m Uhalf of Israel constitutes pfima facie e\idence that tnbuting toward the arming of the Jewish State While Jewish Atrocities in the Holy Land descnto udisttc cruelties end wanton brutalitu> perprtr* •nn.K-ent population But this time the aggressors m Jews who were lately so loud in their outcry against W • !" wn UHU oiuun Let us not iorqet that there is little difference betw f ^ass'aming" bookshop owner and a frustrated artist-architect turned paperhanger Eisenhower to Congress: %  *•>EGYPTIAN PHILOSOPHY BITIS ITS OWN TAIL rt from here equating Israeli Jews with the waling* of the Nans, this publication ajmeraluc •" ,lf to rharacterue all Jew* In negative <*&*. >tr.* *>* 'he.r money nussing activ.tuM*J "Mure and refinement of whatever in The wealtftq educated Jew. surrounded I rt that rus nehes can command, hes been a loeg civlluj ptaeH in this excerpt all the -**fj*3 -n, Je*s,s money lenders; Je-a--oaHj) J rant and the Wegnenan refineme ^rtisticallv and intellectu <*** :h.ng of their own this kind of potent prop*"** Herald Winrods. Frank l -.rk Tenney. late of the Ca!'*" 1955 edition of Gerald I K JT ^ 1 matter of fact, the afgrcswon ** f.j follow. Nazi tactics." Op*a*f ^* / u Is ttweaon )>*# 1^" I the world, inetoding th l r,,<