The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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mm A FEW HOURS OF YOUR TIME IN MIAMI TO SAVE A PRECIOUS LIFE ABROAD!
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 27, 1956
Price 20tf
iel Organizes Home Defense To Prepare Against Invasion
i*~
lilization Will
tssifate New
Economies
ILEM <.ITA>The polit-
kittec of the Mapai Party, |
feadini,' government coali-
kp, approved Wednesday
\n Plan for mobilizing
oanpower and economic
for an expected Arab
wnmiuee which drafted
paredness" planunder
nanslup of former De-
|ni-tcr I'inchas Lavon
jctcd to work out the
|of putting the plan into
tposal ragfMti that the
^nt proclaim a "state of
ken," set up a National
Council composed of eiti-
rasenting all parties in
bcludmy the far right;
usify manpower now for
he army and defense in-,
hen the need arises, re.
movement out of the
Bf military age men and
prepare air raid warning
kction services and shell-
ce government spending
|en the economy, and in-
special taxation program
he costs of the prepared-
ram.
|meanwhile reported from
that the Scandinavian
have offered themselves
on between Israel and
states The report has
I as a feeler in a dispatch
by the London Times
fnhagen. The report said
1. Hansen, of Denmark, is
M to have promised the
parliament's Foreign Poli-
littee to raise the question.
INITIAL GlfTS iffORT AIMS AT IMMEDIATE $1.000.000 PUDGE FROM TOP GIVERS
Inaugural Dinner is Scheduled Sunday at Fontainebleau
JMrs. SimMhotf
Wiimkh
A brilliant and historic inaugural dinner attended
by nearly 1,000 Jewish leaders will launch Greater
Miami's most intensive effort to strengthen Israel
and alleviate human need throughout the world.
The 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal will open offi-
cially on Sunday evening, Jan. 29, in the Grand
ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel where, under
the leadership of Sam J. Heiman and a multitude of
outstanding personalities in community life, an effort
will be made to raise $1,000,000 toward the 1956 CJA
goal.
*i
Top UIA Executive Rabbi Herbert
Friedman Will be Main Speaker
A dynamic young rabbi who. in June. 1955 was named executive vice
chairman of the nationwide United Jewish Appeal, will be principal
speaker at the official launching of the Combined Jewish Appeal on
Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, of New York, is considered one of the
most colorful of this country's Jewish leaders and one of the most
gifted spokesmen in Jewish affairs.
The brilliant religious leader appeared here some two months
ago to confer with local Jeaders on
the Israel crisis. He will make a
special flying trip from New York
City to address the inaugural event
slated here Jan. 29.
The UJA executive vice chair,
man has achieved an outstanding
record of leadership in humanitar-
ian endeavors as a rabbi, army
chaplain, then as assistant advisor
on Jewish affairs to the Command
ing General of U.S. Occupation
Forces in Germany and as a mem-
ber of the United Jewish Appeal's
active leadership.
Rabbi Friedman, in helping to
guide the American Occupation
Command in its relations with the
displaced persons, performed sig-
nificant service for his country as
well as for the HP's. His work in
this field gained him a notable rep-
utation as an architect of social
welfare programs.
, look symbolises their hope after years of suffer-
exiie. These new arrivaU in Israel are the new state's
"core-brought home by the United Jewish Appeal
qe"*1ros|ty of world Jewry. But their future may not be
U w ay' sinc# I*ra*l' Arab neighbors are determined
" Near East of what Egypt's Col Nasser has called
er ln ur midst.'* UJA Life Dollars can combat Israel's
now.
Comer
The record sum of $1,450,000 was established as
the goal in recognition of the growing needs of local,
national and overseas agencies. The additional emer-
gency fund of $375,000 is Greater Miami's ringing
response to the crisis which faces thousands of
anxious North African families who seek refuge in
Israel. This special fund will be earmarked to fi-
nance immigration of 40,000 Jews from tension
ridden Morocco.
Carl Weinkle, inaugural dinner chairman and
prominent civic leader, announced that reservations
were nearing the 1,000 mark and
that there were good prospects of
an all-time record attendance at the
traditional kick-off event.
Weinkle has named seven out-
standing Jewish communal leaders
as vice chairmen of the important
dinner affair. They are Sam Blank.
Shepard Broad, Jack Carner, Isi-
dore Hecht, Howard Kane, Abe
Kurman and Arnold Seeder.
Heiman, who recently returned
from Israel as a member of the
KABBI HtKBlKT fMEOMAN
. BetMrnJ la Miami
RELATED STORIES: Pa. 7-9 B
extraordinary overseas United Jew-
ish Appeal study mission, has re-
ported his finding to the Greater
Miami community. A desperate
and grave situation exists in Israel.
The nation is harassed by border
'Contiuued on Page 2 A
EXPECTED TO URGE ISRAELI CONCESSIONS
Eden on Way to Washington
LONDON (JTA) British
prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden
left by boat Tuesday for the
United States and Washington,
where he is expected to discuss
the U.S. via the Far East,
tion with President Eisenhower
snd Secretary of State John
Pester Dulles.
OX Women's Division Poised
For maximum Campaign Push
"The women of Greater Miami stand shoulder to shoulder, prepared
for the call to the historic campaign which lies ahead.'!
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. campaign chairman, and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man, Women's Division year round president, thus expressed their en-
thusiastic response to the call by the Combined Jewish Appeal for
women volunteers.
The Women's Division is uninue in that they have consistently
fr.jone over the top in achieving
their quota for the past three years.
In addition, they supply literally
thousands of volunteers in hun-
dreds of miscellaneous campaign
duties which would normally ex-
haust the energies and patience-of
an athlete.
CJA women volunteers have been
at work in the campaign offices of
the division filing, typing, telephon-
ing, cross-checking of files,, addres-
sing envelopes, stuffing invitations
and a myriad of other arduous
jobs.
Last year, the division raised
nearly 12 percent of the entire
campaign goal.
Evelyn Shuckburgh, Deputy
Minister of State in the Foreign
Office and British Middle East
policy advisor, reported to the
Prime Minister before their de-
parture on his talks in Washing-
ton last week with George V.
Allen Assistant Secretary of
State. Mr. Shuckburgh had re-
Continued on Pees 3 A



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Plans for National
Report Meeting
Plans for a national report
iag m Miami Beach ol ill Albert
'Em-tern College of Medicine a
n wnced Wednatda) b> Uichael
\I Vi--t'!x>n. director of rlev.
menl f the medica
secretarj ol the board ol Ira
eshiva Universitj
Nisselson said ilio report
mill BCtualb be i serii
sions bringing together members
,t overseen and other
national leaden of the nati
first no
sponsored under Jewish auspices
Max J Etra, noted attornej and
communal leader and a founder
and member of the b. er
- will arrive here FYidl) I '''
_ _, ... ,, 3. In participate in the me.
Dr. Abraham J. Heschel, world Etra a, .Q h chairman lhl. board
renowned writer, lecturer and ()f Iru>tec> ,,[ Veshiva In.
philosopher, author of the cur- an(j national \ice chairman ol the
rently published "God in medical college.
Search of Man," will be guest He has been prominently identi-
speaker Wednesday evening, fied with numerous civic, educe-
Feb. 1. at a dinner sponsored "onal and philanthropic under-
by Temple Emanu-El Men's <
Club in the Temple
room.
Poole Zion Branch to Mttt
Paole Zionist Branch of Greater
Miami will meet Monday evening.
Jan 30. at the Histadrut office.
,00 Lincoln rd Jacob Rearson will
preside Dr. A I Ishlon will be I
moderator in a discussion of "Dec-J
I,u.it ion of Principles of Zionism."
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Inaugural Dinner
Scheduled Sunday
Continued from P*g I A
attack- and is m constant ni
REV. ABRAHAM SEff
dinina JlM u"^'li'1 ,ho Synagogue 0ul>1(1( itrejigthen its wav-
Council of America, the Jewts* ,,,,,. 00,)nii;m. hr declared
_______Education Committee of New
York, the executive committee ol
Beth Jacob Religious 'hc f*^"*' Je \h. w<",n
, Board, the National (ommunit>
School to Get Funds Relations Council and the national
Beth Jacob religious school will council of tin- Bo) Scouts ol
be beneficiarj of a fund campaign iea He served on the board ol the
currently In progress at U erican Jewish Tercentenary
gregation, to an an-
nouncement thi- week by Morn- -------------------
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Israel wil
the
camp Apr. 15. .
k. Thi- dati marks
1-rael- 1:
Eyes Havana Site
Heiman per-onallj interviewed'
roan) of the newcomer- from North |
med the extreme
irish families
I hi CJA dol ii cm -till
the lives ol these families it are
movi Hi u !!<
nerous pin- giving bj
the Jewish communit) t" meet the
and na-
Greatei
i- thi I the first I
in the United .
oi lite total l
Amei i :minit\ will I
Associated With All Hospitals in Great*
Telephone JE 1-3840
Rabbi Narot to lecture
R V> !. ot Tern-
B'rith l< .men's
iters wil \pr 18
be "ii ii- .!- u. d
in announcemei l Wi ..: c .,i
Kric.i:. ven-
by Milton A
! hapti r
I rael, Miami, will represent hers will leave on the S.S Florida
the Jewish Chautauqui .,- the i is. Convert-
lecturer at the Universitj oi Flor- ,inn headquarters are slated at th<
ida, Gainesville from Sunday. Peb Nacionale hotel, Friedman .-aid
12, to Thursday, Feb 16. He will U will i>.
te in their Religion-in. including transportation to .
Life Week program. from Havana bj plane or boat, all
------------------------------ Is on boat, three nigh)
oi-.. r i a ""' Nacionale two siohtseeina
Play is Featured Sunday trips, ban,,,,,, and i
Miami Hebrew School and Con- Tnore will be no re .n fee
gregation will have a tree-| vention chairman
ceremonj on Sunday morning, exP,ained
Januarj 29 in honor oi Tu s",nt" 3o Persons an expected
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vxaryj/j
27, 1956
[on Way to Washington for Talks
ued form Pego 1 A
^JmlsJifhrldllon
, London from Capitol
Ipi, r to .urompany Prime
!;,!,, on hia trip across
ntic
British policy on arms to the
Arab nations is concerned.
Meanwhile, reliable sources in
Washington believe that the Brit-
ish intend to press for Israel to
make concessions as the best
path to. peace. Thee sources also
kell, British Labor
a vigorous .?? I '"esc sources also
Ul I I'lmlhito- Kd'C^e\' ",a'LSeWtary of State
.SSnTuS^r i ^ull^.ha* ahanrlnnad pr^us
the Near East prior to
Washington for
Jv.il in
L top U.S. officials. Sir
had, during the previ-
weeks, been the target
kkeil's and the Labor
uii inquiry so far as
Arab-Israel area on his way to
the SEATO conference in Kara-
chi, Pakistan. Dulles, who will
leave Washington Mar. 2, has de-
cided to fly over the trouble zone
without stopping and return to
the troublesome Near East situa-
**i
ftr. Samuel Be/kin
Uiist Will
ik Saturday
|ddisher r'orum will meet
evening, Jan. 28, at Kne-
I Minn.
list and translator Leib
; trill be principal speaker
hission of "OdessaBirth-
Mo lern Yiddish and He-
erature."
i-born Fein berg is a grad-
kacoH t niversity. He has
the I'nited States since
\t .i contributor to numer-
bcations in Yiddish and
fctly. he is a member of
p| Journal and Day staff.
work is an epic poem.
Generation."
pdisher Forum is a week-
ptation of the Greater
C iimittee.
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f*1 CIRCUMCISION
Dr. Belkin Will
Be Miami Visitor
Dr. Samuel Belkin, now in his
12th year as president of Yeshiva
University, wil arrive in Miami
Beach on Thursday, Feb. 2, to par-
ticipate in a series of discussion
and report meetings with national
leaders of the initial American uni.
versity chartered under Jewish
auspices.
Dr. Belkin has led Yeshiva dur-
ing its period of greatest academic
and physical expansion. His tenure
as president has seen the elevation
of Yeshiva to university status and
the establishment of graduate de-
partments in mathematics, educa-
tion and community administra-
tion.
The enrollment has doubled and
the historic charter to establish the
nation's first non-sectarian medical
college under Jewish auspices was
acquired. Today, Yeshiva Univer-
sity with an enrollment of some
3,000 students, comprises 15
schools and divisions which offer
courses of study leading to 15 dif-
ferent graduate and undergraduate
degrees.
In 1920. Dr. Belkin came to the
United States and continued his
duties at Harvard and Brown Uni-
versities, attaining election to Phi
Beta Kappa and receiving his PhD
degree from Brown in 1935. He
was appointed instructor in Greek
at Yeshiva University's College of
Arts and Science, also becoming
an instructor in Talmud at the
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary, another division of
Yeshiva University.
Kneseth Israel Children
Will Mark Tu B'Shvat
Children of Kneseth Israel have
purchased trees in Israel and will
hold a special Tu B'Shvat program
on Sunday morning. Jan. 29. Sis-
terhood will treat them with the
special fruit that is traditionally
grown in Israel. Cantor Abraham
Seif will offer a selection of spe-
cial songs emphasizing the signifi-
cance of this observance at late
Friday night services Jan. 27.
Page 3 A
Joninna Sad off Born Jan. 17
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sadofi, of
631 SW 23rd rd., announce the
birth of a daughter, Joninna, on
Jan. 17 at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital. Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kasow. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Sadoff. Joninna's great,
grandmother is Mrs. Rebecca Kas-
ow. Mrs. Sadoff is the former
Doris Kasow.

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Or. Samutl Sondmtl
Judaism Institute
For Protestants
At Temple Israel
Some 60 Protestant clergymen
of Dade county will attend a Minis-
ters' Institute on Judaism to be
I held at Temple Israel on Monday
I morning, Jan. 30.
The guest lecturer will be Dr.
I Samue Sandmel, Professor of Bible
land Hellenistic Literature at the
(Hebrew Union College in Cincin-
nati. His subject during the mom-
my will be "Judaism in the Greek
Dispersion: Some Possible Clues to
j Paul's Thought."
At noon, when the clergymen
will be the guests of the Temple
at a luncheon, his subject will be
| "Christian Writers on Judaism and
Jewish Writers on Jesus." Dr. Jo-
seph R. Narot, spiritual leader of
Temple Israel, has arranged the
Institute.
Dr. Sandmel is a graduate of the
Hebrew Union College, where he'
was. ordained in 1937 and was ap-
pointed to the faculty of his alma
mater in 1952. In 1951, he was
elected a Fellow of the National
Council on Religion in Higher Edu-
cation in recognition of his contri-
butions to religious education at
the graduate level. He was award-
ed the President's Fellowship by
Brown University and prepared a
book on the New Testament. "A
Jewish Understanding of the New
Testament," which will be publish-
ed this year.
He is at present working on a
book to be called "Judaism and
Christianity."
Cord Party Sunday Evening
Card party will be held Sunday
evening by the Women's Division
of the Workmen's Circle at 25
Washington ave.
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LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
Sheval 14. 5716
Friday, January 27. 1956_
Number 4
CJA's Success to be Determined by You.

We don't believe there is much that needs
to be said to call this community's attention to
the grave situation currently existing in the
Near East.
It is a simple fact that the very black -and
very dismal headlines of countless news-
papers speak for themselves.
Israel was last week censured by the United
Nations for the Dec. 12 incident near the Sea of
Galilee. This is the fourth time that the Jewish
State has thus been rebuffed during the past
two years.
But despite their pillaging, marauding, illegal
blockade of the Suez Canal and a host of other
provocative acts, the Arab nations have not
yet been censured by the United Nations.
British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden is
scheduled to arrive here in a matter of days
to discuss the critical situation in the Near East.
Sir Anthony's notorious pro-Arab stand is well
publicized throughout the world. His partiality
so far as the Israel-Arab conflict is concerned
has permitted British munitions manufacturers
quietly to arm Egyptian forces with "surplus"
and "scrap" war materials that will ultimately
be used in the Arab League's organized effort
to wipe the Jewish State off the face of the map.
What is not well known, at all, is the fact
that Sir Anthony has been sharply criticized
by the British press and in Parliament. Indeed,
the London Times last week strongly question-
ed Sir Anthony's right to represent England in
talks with President Eisenhower and Secretary
Dulles.
Near East Partiality
The criticism directed against Sir Anthony
principally revolves about his Near East for-
eign policy. Surprisingly, such conservative
newspapers as the London Times are calling
upon Her Majesty's Government "to do the
right thing." And the "right thinq" is construed
as meaning the application of all international
effort to assure peace in the Near East and
not a! the expense of Israel.
British Labor leader Hugh Gaitskeli has al-
ready challenged Sir Anthony's obvious par-
tiality and has thus forced the Prime Minister
togely to halt shipment of arms to Col. Nasser
Nonetheless, Sir Anthony remains firm in his
intention to arrive at a solution of the Israel-
Arab crisis on the basis of Israel's giving up a
portion of the Negev. y F
S:tua,Cn0nTUd,,!he ,elrS f ,his miserable
UIf 1 nn,hny wiU ** ,alkin<3 to a poor-
ly .uformed President fcsenhower^-whoTas
fn hpnThm ynCnCer1ed f lGte Wlth turning
to health following his heart attack-^nd to
Unereof \DUlleS' W,h ^^ is on the <-ng
mnnv w ?P ^Pud,ation bY Congress and
many Western Powers for his dangerous and
undiplomatic "brink of war" statements in a
recent magazine article.
At the side of this trio will be U.S. Ambassn
dor t0 Egypt H ByroQde ^*
Arab, a man who last week begged the Ad
ministration not to identify with Israel and it
tainly no. to accede to her request for arms
Outlook for Peace Seems Dim
Mr. Byroade. under whose nose the Aroh
nations and the Near East have succumbed to
Communist invasion, is now the Q2 ,
aist for his Arab heroes. m7 ByroaTet ftf*
the Administration that liLl forced Coto?
ser to accept Soviet arms aid because of iaSrii
aggressiveness." Israeli
In the face of such a quartet of arbiters in
he Near Eastern crisis, informed sources fee,
Aat Pres.den. Eisenhower and Secretary Dull
may come up with a bombshell repudiation
Arab policy during their forthcomLg a ks h
Washington with Sir Anthony. But the outlook
Proposals outlined here
weel, ,1 a final solution to
thc kashruth prohlem in GfMter
it wax i -'>
!\ Irving Cypen. chairman of the
ith committee of (he Great -
imi Jewish Federation.
Addressing 24 of the 26 mem
i (he organizing committee,
Israel Klavan saw the e
li.shmenl of a united Vaad in
Miami within a one-month
I providing early steps are
implement the program
outlined in his report to thc Com-
mittee
The organising committee, con-
sisting of 2fi members, wss select-
H a :i result of several months
Arabs will be made "to understand the pol^
cal basis for it the forthcoming Republican, trt ^ ^ ^^.^ .^
campaign for the Presidency as well as a now b Kederation's kashruth com-
of other apologist "pro-Israel excuses on the 1.^
basis of which the Arabs have been encour- 1^
aged since 1952, and will again be encour- Uo|1 (i| creator Miami.
aged, to maintain their war aqainst the Jewish
State with silent U.S. approval.
whirh was acting at the
of thc Rabbinical Associa-
Miami Can Help Israel NOW
Members of the organizing com-
mittee wen selected on the basis
of their interest in the various
ups concerned with the
ol kashruth supervision.
well '- loaders Of the Jewish
community.
Rabbi Klavan. executive secre-
ol the Rabbinical Council of
America was united to visit the
community and assist in organ-
m Vaad He spent one
in the area becoming fa-
miliar with the local situation,
conferring with rabbis and lay
appeared before the
Federation group with his rccom-
mendatiom
In outlining thc general struc-
ture, he suKKcstcd that there be
.. laj board which would set up
the machinery and be responsible
for the over-all supervision. There
Greater Miami's 1956 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign gets under way Sunday eve-
ning with the Initial Gifts affair at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. The community hopes to
raise SI.000.000 that night toward the SI,375,000
goal set by CJA this year to meet Miami's re
sponsibility in supporting Israels desperate
needs, as well as national and local agency
requirements. This will be in addition to the
emerqency fund of S375 000 Miami's share in
a $25000,000 UJA extraordinary drive for Is-
rael's current immigration program.
No resident here can afford to disregard
CJA's request for support in 1956. At stake is
the survival of a Jewish nation a nation|^jj also"be Yrabbinte" board"to
which Prime Minister David Ben Gurion last
week said has left the peoples of the world,
Jews included, still baffled after 2,000 years of
absence of such a sovereign government.
But, if the Jews, themselves, are battled by
the newness and joy of a Jewish state, they
would be crushed by its virtual destruction.
Such a possibility is no exaggeration. Israel
Ambassador to the United States Abba Eban
told Miamians at a meeting here recently that
the Arabs may very well launch their "second
round" against his government by next sum-
mer.
With the United States last week announcing
that the latest Israel censure had put ott the
Administration's plan to consider the Israel
arms request, the outcome of the "second
round" could vitiate every inch of industrial
and cultural progress achieved by the Jewish
state since its independence.
It is within the hands of every Miamian to
quarantee Israel's future to protect her current
successes and to uiqe ahead her achievements
of tommorrow. Giving to the Combined Jewish
Appeal is the instrumentality. Take it; for it is
in your grasp now.
seems dim at the moment-
especially in light
of the Big Three's leadership in The Israe, r
sure at the United Nations last week "'
And, if such repudiation is forthcoming, the
'sroel is bothering this poor boy"
-et up the necessary qualifies
for kashruth supervision.
Rabbi Klavan indicated that, due
to his brief visit, he "was not in a
position to offer definitive an-
to all questions concerning
the local situation" However, in
the question and answer period
he supplemented his report as fol-
low >.
<} Mnve all existing Vaadim
agreed to unite into a single
Vaad?
\ I have discussed this matter
with all the rabbis and they
re l>ehind the plan.
Q How long wilt i take to bring
about the united Vaad and
what immediate steps should
be taken?
\ Earl) implementation is very
important A month would be
Hired to transfer the scope
"i operations of existing
\ m ;ind set up machinery
for the new Vaad.
'I How. is the transition period
to be handli
\ It i- most advisable that an
outside expert be brought in.
who l- tcceptable to all groups,
to srt up the new operation
sad to begin the transfer of
the functions and duties of
the existing Vaadim to the
This would also
entail the transfer of the ex-
isting Vaadim of all record-.
I the pooling of all accounts
into the new Vaad.
I- than to be an overall ad-
ministrator?
There would have to be an
over-all administrator eventu-
ally but it would be advisable
first to bring in an expert who
would act m that capacity and
'' up the new programat
it a month
What SBJ the functions of the
rabbinic board and how will
he rabbis be compensated?
Onlj those performing specific
will be c .mpensated.
will be responsible
i
d "ill also determine all
xp<*cted that existing
would tie i.
1 '> 'Uglified, and the
' h .ulum and
wipsrv, ors i|
low of the rab-
i
'" i "ha. yes.
much would Ik- required
'" operate the new Vaad?
A-It has m
" -''NTminT
Present Cos, -.
initial surv^ J^
"Pense. lnv|^
- PWtH that ,J'
could eventually
supporting
Q How would coa
against an
handled''
A-It would be reuj
over-all Vaad ?
the complaint
mine how it
with by the Va*T
should he handlfd'U
all board assign^
binic board if the t
01 a religious naaj.
QCan the Vaad jaw!
hshment to con,
supervision?
ASince the subnJj^iJ
plication is a voki
the present time, fJJ
opinion can deteraW
an establishment
such an IfffMfM
there is also a gbgl
kashruth ordinance.!/
possible to secure!
in that direchon
QIn the absence of
tor the creation of",
Vaad. what roeania]
be taken*
AIt is unwise to ag
sumption A lay
representative of f
community can afft(
mation of a united'
QIs there a need fort]
nent executive direckrl
pervise the entire
AYes. The duties of I
ecutive and the kind dl
son he should be.
rabbi or a layman, i
determined at this
should await a rew
outside expert who
set up the machmoji]
pears however, that I
ecutive should be a i
cause he would ki.j
both with a lay
rabbinic board.
Rabbi Irving Lehrtnai
ed the appreciation of I
binical Association of
ami to Rabbi Klavan
duced the followiill
which was adopted by fltj
"We accept in
report of Rabbi
a united Vaad of I
ami be created and I
rabbis join in U'
that a siih-committ|
pointed to study thai
and bring back to tb)j
izing committee in tail
ture 'recommendation!
plementint: this repal^
details
Rabbi Klavan'i planhfg
Vaad has been di length with local rahhsj
dicate the) arc wholly SW
pletely ready to enter mf
pate in. and contnbattr
plan." The single Vaad f
as a real povsibility d f
"would receive whole
dorsement of the
Council of America.'
Rabbi Klavan. and *'
would "recognize *oi
the united Vaad of Gr,
as the authoritative ages?
endorsement of Ka>hrsaf
the only agency soJJ^
Discussing the role 5
tion of a superv'"*^
direct the transition
frs
| A
|0 the new Vaad J|
Klavan sUted ,]
tion that this can JT
right now through on*
the Dfltumunity >"rT1
is acceptable to evenJW
is qualified throuk*" "
through knowledge. V\
direction and adsw
the transitional P^i
sn will ,r*
together with the me
United Vaad and*'"
ic board. J
He Will help. '
that wiU take place J
Vaed and the
supervised He '
t>-pe of contrartuai-j
that should be *JWJ
up the form' "l,|
Centinuad "


,uary 27. 1956
>kmi%trhridiian
*
Home Chairman
Will be Honored
Clri'.itcr Miami Women'! Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home for th-
will hold ait annual treasure chest
parly Tucm1.iv noon, .Ian. 31, at the
Algiers hotel.
Fund- frohi thi- project provide
the ie for
the auxiliary in its monthly contri-
bution toward the maintenance of
the Jewish Home for the A" I ;t
Douglas Gardens.
Mrs. Trudy Hamcrschlag. I
urc cheM chairman, will he hon-
ored for her accomplishments.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program
chairman. Mrs. Sol Silverman.
Auxiliary president, will tell of the
role the organization plays in the
maintenance of the Home.
frudy Hemmtrtchla
on Panel
)avid Club
olhy Fink. Albert Co-
(Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosen-
ihare the platform at
IK (it the Beth David
on Tuesday evening
David Auditorium.
Ik, well-known corn-
er ;ind housing expert.
Iv returned from Israel
Iciiss her travel impres-
director of Jewish
and former BaVttkV
\t <>\ I nited Service for
I r 11- a n s. will discuss
. ported agencies
bsenberg will act as
Marching Mothers
Must Exceed Last
Year's Fund Figure
Generous giving to the sixth an-
nual Mothers' March on Polio, set
for Monday night, Jan. 30, was
called for this week by its chair-
man. Mrs. Sydney h. Weintraub.
"Let me urge residents and vis-
itors to give all they can to the
marching mothers in this area, for
unless the Mothers' March exceeds
last year's $176,000, Dade county's
March of Dimes will not reach its
$230,000 goal," she predicted.
Mrs. Weintraub pointed out that
there are strong reasons, locally
and nationally, for giving to the
March of Dimes through the
Mothers' March.
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Wealee Carol Mickelson (left), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arn-
old Mickelson, 50 SW 58th ct., and Hariette Lee Adelman.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman, 4451 SW 1st St.,
were Bas Mitzvah Friday evening. Ian. 20, at Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center. Weslee and Hariette assisted
Rabbi Leo Heim during the services. Weslee is a sixth grade
student at Fairlawn Elementary, and Hariette attends sixth
grade at Kinloch. Both have studied for more than two years
at Flagler-Granada. Reception in the girls' honor followed
services.
YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR <
riBWllr'a Yiddish Classical Hour 4.
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12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
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Heavy Agenda at
Bureau Meeting
Report on the White House con-
ference on education in Washing-
ton. D.C., a report on a tour of
Florida and a television film on
Jewish life will highlight the regu-
lar board of directors meeting of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
Monday at the Bureau building.
Mrs. Louis Glasser. Miami repre^
sentative to the White House con-
ference, will sketch the highlights
of this national meeting on pub-
lic education. Louis Schwartzman.
executive director of the Bureau,
will present a travelogue of his
survey of educational institutions
in the smaller communities of
Florida, when he accompanied two
rabbis on a recent tour of the
state.
The program will tlso include
the showing of the kinescope film,
"Abodah." recently sponsored on
television by the American Asso-
ciation for Jewish Education
Short reports of Bureau activities
will be heard from Max Meisel,
j chairman of the budget committee;
Harold Thurman. chairman of ad-
ult education committee; Mrs. Lili
Duntov. chairman of library com-
mittee; Sol Goldman, chairman of
the board of license; Ehiel Les-
owoder, chairman of the teacher
placement placement committee;
and Joseph Duntov, chairman of
Jewish Book Month.
Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner. presi-
dent of the Bureau, will pre.si'lc.
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Jan. 29. in the Imperial room of
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j^Q^^lfiami's Houses Of Won
Services
MONTICELLO PARK JEWISH
CENTER will hold Friday evening
s-ervices at 8 p.m.. dedicated to Tu
B'Shvat. Religious school student-
Will participate in the service, un-
der the supervision of Jacob Gold-
farb and Mrs. Hanna Spivack, of
the faculty. Subject of Rabbi I-aac
Lerer's sermon will be: "Men Grow
Like Trees." Oneg Shabbat fol-
lows. Saturday morning service*
are at 9. Sermon wil be based on
the topic: "Song of Freedom'
Mincha is a; 4:45 p.m.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj
evening services a! 5:30 and 8:15'
p.m. Giic^t speaker at the late
service will be Monroe Dixon in a
Lission of: "Ancient Talmud
and American Civil Law." Satur-
day morning services arc at ;;
Rabbi Simon April will preach on
the Weekly Portion Cantor Berele
Kelemer renders the musical por-
tion* ot the liturgy Daily services Talmud precede* the servici
a in Class in Bible will be .it a
p m. followed by Mincha ami
Shalos Seudos Hosts are Mr. and
evening service- at 5:30 and 8:30 Un JosePn Swartx-
p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
officiate, assisted by the Temple
choir. Subject of the sermon is
GREATER MIAMI
ABOVE L
AOUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
AEL CONGREQATION-4000
BETH ISR
|,<>uis RotUDM
SYNAGOGUES
INCOLN ROAD
INSTITUTE125 71th at. Orthodox.
lYalrla ava. Orthodox. Mabbl H.
Rabbi
ifwish CENTEH-S2" tta at. Conaonratlva.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH rt
| feral Rabbi 1-^.n Krool.h.
ava. ConiwrvailTO. Rabbi Irvine
ROAD
Waahlactea hi, Orthodox.
Orthodox. Rabbi Jo-
Rabbi Alxann>r Oroaa.
i Id ava, Orthodox. Rabbi
an Judalam. Rabbla Abraham
TEMPLE BETH SMOLOM
TEMPLE EMANU-EL ,V*-
BELOW LINCOLN
FTH JACOB CONGREGATION WMhil
BETH JACOB
BETH TriLAH CONGREGATION I W OVO,
HEBREW ACADEMY 111 it. <
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGAT -

TORAH Tl
Rabbi hoac Itrtr
, "Men Crow"
are at 7:30 a m. and 530 p.m.
TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER wi
hold i veninc services at
enoir. suo.iect ot tne sermon is "'"" *<".- <> scheduled as: "Thou ShaltThou 8:15. Judtv Walter H. Beckman,
Shalt Not." One* Shabbat follows ot (he Juvenile and Domestic
Saturday morning services
9 Sabbath school will be at 9:30
Mincha is at 5 p.m.
Rabbi
11
CORAL GABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH I Mt~ral.
zavora jewish center ..... Coxoonmtlm Rabbi
111.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION N W Ird f Orthodox Rabbi
A kcr.
HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUOERDALK
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OT HOLLVWOOD 17JS Mtmroa at.. Hollywood.
. .
TEVPLE S'NAi OF HOLLYWOOD I ". H.llvwood. Conacrva-
\ i.h II. lllitMun.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT LAUDERDALI lOUtfe Andrew* ava..
Ma ii I...- km
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH. MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-Hil East 4th aVO. COB-
NORTHEAST
Hubbl Jnnoph Narot. Rabbi

CANDLEUGHTING TIME
Shevat 14 5:42 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL 181 S l:. RabM Jo#ph Nar
I n,| Bornawaa.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTMSIDE CENTER North M
r Albert Olan
NORTHWEST
Miami ava.
tab
T H W E S T
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION \\ |7tri v
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTERSO NW Hat pi.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTFR 1 v.. '1 fU hay. Conservative.
''
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONT'CELLO PARK CONGREGATION lMlh at. and NE 1Mb V.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EME8 CONGPFr.ATiON .
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE BW | ..rvaUva. Rabbi
n
BETH EL CONGREGATION A 171 av*. Orthodox. Rabbi
k) C
ISRAELITE CENTER H A ,. R.,,b, Morton
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 1101 8W ltth ava.
a April < mar.
WEST MIAMI
LE ZI0N RabM Alfred U'.xman
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening at
5:30. Saturday mon
are at 8:30 Rabbi Shmaryi
sky will oft.. But
Only God Cai "
the ""'----------------------------
ns of (he litui The pr
Junior sei
in Yeshiva Hall (,. ss in || be hosts
drin is a: 4 p.m. si Saturdj morn-
*
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH- Leon Hum
SIDE CENTER will hold | I
Sabbath
Sui laj m hool
I on tne : : ; 3
I t| r 1 I
TEMPLE SINAI ol Hollyw
services w Bar llitzvah I as- in Tal KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
1 > \[ < I II be GAT.ON will hold Fndav evening
Guest t 5:15 1 ... device, ,,, 5 ,. d i.^ *
- '"' Morton Wald I ..,,m nalor V cS
. 5 w, be #XZJS?i2Z
- '"" cuw The Jew Looks at the
IHTm;MUMM.is^aZirtsrjr
^z^.1w,a, c.J T,0N iri-SS
'" h0,d "<> Mrs. Melvin Spitalny. Saturd ,.M' '". k u?S n ?!
services at 8:15. Rabbi Morris l will h< Ueckly Por1ion-
Skop will preach on the topic: "A ." '' Jj^'V^ "},* V?n M,A"
N,,t a, portion, oMhe ^l!.;^.5 P.m.. followed
^iS^ff r-JT^r^ iV ::'
Abraham I n,lV %* ''"'" mnln "*** at 5:30 ervicea wil
gSJSS -^
-ETH ISRA|.
T,ON hoM r
"rvices al 5 ^ "
servicrs are a,' .JlJ
mornink; service, *,im
"'>> Rabh, H L<2
cussing the Weekty
ry. on of Mr. *
Milsen. 3917 North ,
will become Bar Mij.
Bible is at 4:15 PB.
beat5:5P-m..loiiJ5
Seudos. Daily senift|
m. and 5:40 p.n
All ganar.l r*w, m.
Ilcation in Tht j^J,'
nust be in our efficaj)
4h t., Miami, by Tin
To incur* their p^
tOflrephi should btM|
by Monday at 5 a.rx
loodors who with tfcir]
listtd in the Ralieiwii
should continue hi 1
notices in our affiom
*. Copy rtachiiM
Floridian after then
Will b Mt Mi* fw ,
tho following week,
is still nowtworthy.
"MONUMNTS UI
We r aor limaa i\
t cattaMeri In ,eitrM
I olaaiar* in tht firiarL.,
? rtolt we have mM M
* ctaatttrict fer Mm iaN H
i Too, too. will fool Its 1
sottofoctian Iraai tai 1
yto mokt M tl 1
THURMOII
MONUMENT Ol
Tfca 2$f*ry "kiti
S2S3 S.W. ltd St. M
MAKRERSS4UI
let CtMetery Caaffl
Oaea Seatqs
:
e
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8 15. Rabbi Henry
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will J*0''" wUI d'-s: "Jewish Ar
and Mrs. Loui.. JaftV" ^'' \Z,^ der'rr"" 'T\"n IUbb !'' Fr"l;,>' ****** Kl ',"'r Maurice Neu I
Bar M.tzvah. Cantor ^gR^ Z^Xnu'] ?* Wwk,J ? '^ ^" Kr""'t' ^ S?r7 "'" "I"*8- Prtin* f '
son renders the mus,cal \J$Z ,.,wed .n s < ">, topic: ?.e..htUr?^ <"e cho.r
ofthenturp. ; -;
t.s rrHAEL ^Pftkrsunddy "*"*
TION will hold Friday evening "tl0: Alai fDr
services at 5:30. Saturday morning BETH JACOR rrsS* \ !
DtiM JACOB CONGREGATION ,:" Bar Mitzvah
services are 8:30.
.reach .
'The Blues That Lift.
' ; s'" ~
Rahbi Arie will hold v~T, \------""M",,UN "*" "*" Cantoi
Sfi-JSE-*.-..taa:l/l!5 ; .. ;;,-
under ihe direction of Lucille
Moore oneg Shabbat will be pon-
"ored In Mr and Mrs. Ben Miller
m hormr of their 27th wedding an-
niversarj
e
Cla?
2! itUdeilUol the 2S --'- Saturday morn;,,- h"1'1 Prida ,,.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL vill k.i
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE,
"- >i\ice> ;,re it n
FLAGLER GRANADA'jEWISM
COMMUNITY CENTER w.ll hold
rriday evening services at 530
|"n J leeph Marten, chairman of
' ,, M.M.,,., committee.
'll officiate in the absence of
me MiDa) ''" "'"m. Louis SchwarU-
' 'h;;":. ......'rector of the BU-
fcn ., "" : ren- """ 'wi.h Fducation. will di.v
nf the' -"I Reh.ion ho Taught
,. ,. ..i",l..V,> :. .'h" ''"hll(- Schools?' Oneg
morn-
Abraham
* rhant. Mincha M at
a jo p ni followed by Maariv.
w Preach ..,, t 1 nnn*n will k na Mrs ""' ,'"h,1' SchooU?"
My*tS. ,h' k^i,';;""-Th" m .;,;;, ',';,"Uii s.urday
PhUiP Brummrr i"""r L *bo 8:30. Al
sieal n(lr.,.. .. "I(r- "'' mu- .._'"" "' Mitnah during v.., Davis v,|| rh,n, w.w-
Mki Arh Becker
. "The Bluet'
a
'SRAEL CENTER will hold M-
and
Kahhi
on
Dora
the
'Portions of t
MERCANT
NATIONAL U-
OF MIAMI IV
L.ocoln ot War-
Invites you to -
commerciol fl
checking fociliW
Free Customer P
and bank-by
added services
Open on Accour'
f.j.-ol D.pc"
FidifO.1 '
COMING TO NEW
the Law. Cantor Sam-
rendera the musical
liturgy.
JloUl
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27. 1956
+Je*lsli fkrkiton
Page 7 A
ind Kickoff
Inesday
e nation's leading
|j,ts> Dr. Louis N.
go, will be featured
Heart Fund kickoff
Jsday'night, Feb. 1,
Iter hotel.
director of cardio-
Lrch at the Michael
U and is one of the
In the field of heart
talk on heart re-
plain what progress
I ion is making
linst heart and blood
. (he No. 1 health
nation today.
speaker's rostum
i will be Jennings
former congressman
rirginia for 14 years
bant to the president
rimes.
former newspaper.
author, lecturer and
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Treatments for the Reatoration to
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Good income after short course.
Wo aha remove hair profession-
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moot call 89-4035.
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and Kindergarten
1939 S.W. 8th St. Ph. 92749
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Nursery, Kindergarten. 1t, 2nd,
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| craft*. Full, part time. Transpor-
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J\l,
David Richard, son of Mr.
Mrs. H. L. Simon. 1811 Cleve-
land rd., will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at the North Shore
Jewish Center on Saturday
Jan. 28. A reception and din-
Mr will follow in his honor art
the Algiers hotel. David ex-
tends Nautilus Junior Hi
will continue with his He:
studies. Rabbi Ma-_.
witz officiated.
Stuarf Kimmel to
Be Bar Mitzvah
if Mr and Mrs
iif! ]08.i 98tl -
b, Will : I
morn in
28. at thi
.
Bar Mitzvah will
Mussal services and n
the
Scroll
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Ror.ald's Parents
To he Hosts at

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Beth Da\id
five
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Henrv Murray, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Milsen. fonnerly ol
Montreal, will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning, Jan. 28,
at Beth Israel Congregation.
Henry attends Nautilus Junior
r..ah and the religious school
of Beth Israel, where he will
BOB 5 Hebrew studies.
H Louil Rottman will of-
Ardmorc
Alan Robert, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Lawrence R. Medoff. 345
North Shore dr.. will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Jan. 28,
at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
'Alan, a student in Beth Shol-
om s religious school, attends
eighth grade at Nautilus Junior
iHigh School.
Forum on l
In the Si
. A forum on
lion Job
r the
in*
Beth Sh-ion
Jan
men,
club ., 1
Jeronii <; c_
chairman, has am*
pssrsnee of Burij
*?'"' -S3
I Anti-Dcfamati
| on the Florida It,
propoM..| by f^M
iotendent of ^
Thomas Bailey.
Low" -Schwarua^l
tUrector of th Bore,!
! Education will pn3
.posed "Dallas pJ
I county, and Rabbi
spiritual leader ol
Jand chairman of tl*i
'public education o((J
, Miami Rabbinical
serve as moderator
Ronald Jacobicn
Rabbi Ever Will
Officiate at Bar
Mitzvah Here
The Bar Mitzvah tl
Mr
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He is an cigl
-
felii udath Uri
Rubim will i- hosU I
serv.
ah
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27. 1956
+J**iatonork*bn
m
limvtl Ktltmtr
[elemer in
jstival Post
>: KcIciiht. of Tern-
)lo:n. has been ap-
r> chairman (or the
Munal Festival, it
fed bj Mr> Irwin
it i v a I committee
initj wida concert,
fer the auspices of the
i i h ('(immunity
lie cooperation of the
r i ill be held
\h: Mar 4. at Temple
I position has
tor Kclemer,"
stein, "in recogni-
: oi out.stand-
|on t<> the cause of
in trie community."
bndcrs o( the Greater
Music Council, he
^nt ia>t year of the
i Music Festival
kplcted ten years of
fetor ol Temple Beth
la- also been presi-
JCantors' Association
ven years National-
felerr.er has received
the vice president
I .lilrl-clice of
HI ind was also rec-
Hclncw I'nion Col-
wit h an hon-
te for 17
re in the ministry of

I to Miami Beach,
late! with Beth Jo-
hester, N.Y..
f the Eastman
Phenomenal
Growth Keynotes
Center Dedication
Monticello Park Jewish Center,
NE 16th st. and 11th ave.. North
Miami Beach, will officiallv dedi-
cate its new religious school build-
ing at ceremonies Sunday alter
noon, Jan. 29.
Presiding will be Center spirit
ual leader Rabbi Isaac Lerer, who
this w*ek announced that guest
speaker will be Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, of Temple Emanu-El.
"The Jewish community of
North Miami Beach now has over
500 Jewish families and is growing
all the time," Rabbi Lerer said, in
explaining the strides being made
by Monticello Park Jewish Center.
"This is in direct relation to the
population influx of North Miami
Beach, which has increased from
2.000 to 12,000 residents during
I the past few years."
According to the spiritual lead-
er, the new Center building will
not only offer facilities as a He-
brew and Sunday school, but will
also act as a meeting place for
civic, social and religious clubs of
the area.
In addition, the building houses
a nursery school. "In all." Rabbi
Lerer explained, "this new site in-
cludes facilities for some 300 chil-
dren.
"It is almost paradoxical," he
added, "that at a time when we are
contemplating a dedication, the
physical facilitie.1 of this school are
already outgrown."
Will Mark Tu B'Shvat
Tu B'Shvat. Jewish Arbor Day,
will be celebrated by children of
(enter on Sunday morning, Jan.
Page 9 A
29. All classes will participate in
the ceremony with songs and
chanting of the blessings, led by-
Cantor Ben Grossberg.
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
5505 N.W. 3rd at
Phone MO 1-8201
Federation Studies
Kashruth Question
Continued from Pag* 4 A
which will be required of all su-
pervisory personnel for submis
sion to the rabbinic board, so that i
they may check on the method of]
supervision and its completeness."
The organizing committee
agreed that, within a three-week
period, it will again meet and
carefully scrutinize Rabbi Klavan's
recommendations It was further
agreed that, in the interim period
before the establishment of the
united Vaad. the .various Vaadim
would continue to operate as at
present. Any new contractual re-
lationships, therefore, would be
handled on a temporary basis and
be subject to the controls of the
new Vaad.
Members of the kashruth organ-
izing committee participating in
last week's meeting included Irv-
ing Cypen. chairman. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Rabbi Simon April,
Hymans to Mark
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hyman,
Chicago, 111., arrived in Miami this
week to celebrate their golden
wedding anniversary on Jan. 30
with their children.
Joseph and Ida Hyman were
married in Europe 30 years ago on
Tu B'shvat, which this year is
Saturday. Jan. 28. They came to
the United States and settled in
Chicago in 1911.
Their three children, born in
Chicago, include two sons, Irving
and Samuel, and a daughter, Bess.
The Hymans have six grandchil-
dren.
Irving and his family reside at
3140 SW 14th st. The Samuel Hy-
mans live at 1931 Coral Gate dr.,
and Bess is Mrs. Lester Fields, of
Lincplnwood, III.
Hyman has been, since 1920, a
concert manager, and he is cur-
rent a midwest personal repre-
sentative for Metropolitan Opera
tenor Richard Tucker and Cantor
Pierre Pinchik.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman are mem-
bers of Temple Emanu-El.
Rabbi Arie Becker. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan. Rabbi Isaac Ever, M. C.
(iettinger. S. M. Grundwerg, Rev.
Jacob D. Kalz, Rabbi Israel Klavan,
M. J. Kopelowitz. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Aaron Lerner, Frances
Makovsky. Anna Brenner Meyers.
Leo Meyers. Jack Pomerantz, Rab-
bi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Dr. Ben-
jamin R. Rosenberg. Rabbi Yaakov
(.. Rosenberg. Fred K. Shochet,
Harry Sirkin, Rabbi Tibor Stern,
Mrs. Alfred Stone. Rabbi S Swir-
sky, David Whitman, Samuel B.
Wolfe and Hyman Zaidman.
M. C. Gettinger, assistant direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, acted as secretary.
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m British Jewry are Marking Their 300th Annivi

STORIES OF KING SOLOMON. By Lillian S. Freeh* H""****
S.ymour R. Kaplan. 175 pp. Philadelphia: Th. J.w.sh Publication
Society of America. $2.75.
By HILARY MINDLIN
WE walk in the fairyland of children "">'
rif the pro- .11 the Jewish Publi. I,ian
Freehof's sequel to her popular "Stories oi Kins David
natins tales oi King Solomons wisdom .ire not newlj
i back into the folklore of the Midrash Mrs -
debt t- tho late Dr, Loui
work. "Legends of the Jews.' i- ****
folklore. .
While David lives in legend as a warrior and "trj
around his voungest is woven
thread of the power of the mind rather than that oi the bod) runs
rough the cloth in i N boy. Solomon I veiled
through the forty-nine '
most important lessonthe diffi between i
He spoke with birds and commanded the four wind-
yet when he grea ovi r pn id. a tiny ant n hl:"
he pa'h lity.
Mrs. Freehof, who is the v
the four cei
turies while the Tem| l|"-; ',"'
7emp!e : Nel'< w"n magic ril
through wh on imprisoned Asmodeus, king "' 'he
demons; with flyii M mous
- ildiers coul :' sp*Hs,
the flaming of th<
and the sly devil who is tricki
The author has made the n is riddle '
the Queen of Sheba and Kinc Solomon, and about some oi Solomon's
i nirt decision- -he ha< written whole episodes, fillinc in detail*
;g a third dimension to the character- The tale of Solomon's m
nificent mechanical throne, which I from conqueror to I
queror and finally was lost forever somi rld, is -
-park even the adult in peculation magically
ig-
Some of the stories, particularly those developed around Solomon's
proverb-, seem a little contrived, although the eight-to-ten-year-old
: not be at all di-turbed Mr- Freehof has managed
t. imbue the tale- with the oi ivor of legend that semi- stylized,
patterned combination of repetition and fa-! movement ><' -he has
' the feeling of humanity which maki S mon and all his
as real as once the> were Mr Kaplan illustrations, while not
text, have a Biblical feeling and add immeasurabl] to
ment of the
*
A BIBLE STORY COLOR-IN BOOK put I 111 an \--o.
S'ew York has ti Kl to go with I |uired
t > draw m a "missing element" in each picture, so that he must hav
some idea ot the Bible story represented l<> the picture Over-priced
at Si 50. tl nevertheli mg child
the ordii
rder
a* Ion

braU- """ *""''
lew in tin- coui I
munityinW. ""J
centu-
. in
alwai
not at tim(
tin-.


but,
th.it ol mom
collector thej were tl
: no
the
u.i- in :
H was nol unti ul,h
i

turn I Im i were led bj an Am-
sterdam rabbi. Menasseh Ben Is-
rael who presented an historic
petition to Cromwell in which he
ri the Protector "to grant
that the Great and Glorious Name
he I.ord oar God may be ex-
tolled, and solemnly worshipped
praised by us through all the
bounds of this Commonwealth;
to grant us place in your
try. that we may have our
net, and free exercise of
our Religion "
Though this petition was never
|> ruled upon, no indication
was given that Jews would be
red from the land and from
on began the resettlement
ol Jews in England. The first
, rs were Sephardi merchants
In their wake, came the first Ash-
/m' tor the most part Polish
who had settled in other
! .in centers after fleeing
persecution in their own country.
The trickle continued through-
out the next hundred years, and
in the middle of the 18th century
man and Polish settlers
moved out of Ixmdon to the ma-
"nil)
J"r '''PorNtt
Pawnbrokers *.
rr,"n these ceahll
Hamng
wh ,.
trad. Were
It took anotl
f,,n '' Parlua,
from Jew- t^
which they ^
with other
lished
after much bitteri_
n"'1 <* Roth^i
fir-i Jew to takm
ment .)ust3oyfati
became the first,
Toward the eaij
century, and nJ
the Ruasfaa.
of Jews emenaj
'< -rahly-n
000 came in
1910 Though Uajj
eign speikmg
with it its o*i
years irom 19001
COW ment in the 1
Jewi-h ommunaj.
it w m s< iiwartz
Ludwig Lewisohn Returned to His Old People WHki
SAIL < ARSO\
LUDWIG UW/SOHN
. Late Prophet
United Nations Again Tackles Problem of Religious Bigotry
In the V- crimi-
n in the "bj rm
system especially in medical sen in
the Pn : Quebec, m Canada v
ualli i systems- Catholi
lew- prefer to -end their children to thi
- 'where no Jewish pal
i- available! because parent- are
that the children in Protestant schools I
from religious instruction... in Mexico, jews ma.n-
,i,,n ''" : their owen .. In Argentina, "if is
quite impossible for student- of Jewish or
ter a- interne- in many hospitals."
These fact-, and n an) otto ,ncP
I part of the formal record of the United Nation-
now The data is included in the first global n
on Discrimination in Education ever | The
report is also the fir-t to be brou) ht to impletion
its adoption is under discos ..v the
Inited Nations Subcommis n ,
Discrimination .md Protection of Minor1
The Subcommission i- part oi the Human |
Commission. All forms of discrimination, it
' : human rights For several
the subcommission has been holding it- ses-
arious ty|
criminationin the field- oi employmenl
PUt!! "n rorsexTi ears a thi
Bubcommissioii teur to stud) di'scri
before the subcommission which, last week, opened
a three-week series of meeting! here
It ,s of some special interest to Jew- to note cer
When I heard of the passing of
Ludwig Lawtsoha and began to
think back over his career, the
memory of Israel Zangwill came
to me.
Zangwill has been dead now for
something like a quarter of a cen-
tury They wrote very different-
l> You could never mistake a
by Lewisohn for a piece by
Zangwiil. What suggested the
analogy, I think, is that both
Zangwill and Lewisohn were gen-
erally accepted by the world at
as, shall I say. irretrievably
Jewish There are many eminent
writer- who are Jews, but you do
not think of them as being parti-
rl> Jewish But Zangwill and
Lewisohn were not only Jews but
wholly involved, or at least pre-
dominantly occupied, with Jewish
rial.
While they had this common
: they were otherwise very
different. Zangwill came from
the ghettothe old Jewish things
were the bone of his bone and the
flesh of his fleshand it was his
veal something of the inner
spirit, of the sadness and joys,
the wisdom and folly and tribula-
tions of his brethren. To the
world at large to whom Jewish
Mined to be curtained off
and often confusing, he revealed
-omcthing of its pathos and com-
edy, as perhaps a painter might
do, subtly without seeking to
direct your course.
l-ewishohn was different. His
parents were
had long ahaadafl
Jewish The? mttd
Ilaeckel and Huxintj
brought to the
when he was seafl
His parents ser.ldf
Southern town,
sent to the
School In his an
wrote that he
to all intent- and |
Christian He
his Saviour, he
almost nothing of J
Despite his
tion. he found
accepted. He didrtj
to get a college j
he traced this
fact that the
garded him as
I don't know i
ed him back to
probabl) had aa
way. he came bail
bang He beciraei(
aloud for Jew- to i
the Torah of the*I
He was in
daism to Jews sail
we need the
more for things
are familiar than n^
tongue-
There are mi
to define. You *
down in a few
cant do that wiU J
Therefore oar H
ed interpreter.*'
very great.
it*
ir home
J,I,L'-"-1"" does not formally
toil
can viewpoii
ffOJtf* SMOLAR

ap
I bii-. while
represem the
man tor th.'

U.S. Officials Carefully Peruse!

* only by Jew, buTiJ
NURA LASKY
forward
Givat Hashlosha Center Where Old Folks Have Found Peace
Givat Hashlosha. perched h,,^ ;..... __ WU,IU Wit
k^^ksmic
Tel Aviv's suburbs, was once a kibbutz
.settlement). Like many others
Hashlosha
oi the
communal
, er ideological disputes and both'^^'d^id
to quit and start afresh somewhere else GivatlES
ort. with a.l s house, and hut, a^ shed d n '
cliards lay abandoned 5 anu
' Wh,,h .M-tnbu,
or-
lay abandoned.
Then it began afresh No, as a kibbutz this time
it as( something very different-. community (lf
old folks. Aged men and women, all over 60 and
many octogenarians among them, have settled ,n the
reconditioned settlement, to live out their llve
peacefully and without material worries.
I old
mittee run- Israel throw',iTm"
t! Ahou, |20 1(1 Zn
enjoym
comfortable houses
2E& *"='
Bs^^'siwssn-
autiful
entet
and
but
muni
awer imagined
'"> after
Wong to those many lu hW" ^ a"d **
to after them ^^ who hav >obody
'e Department circles are
taking note of the participation
major American Jewish or-
ations for the two-day con-
nce on Middle East problems
which opened in Washington
Jan 17 A large number of non-
Jewish members of Congress aU
1 dinner session of the
rence, and their voices may
ha heard in Congress.
Dr Nahum Goldman, who was
' 'bo principal speakers at
'he gathering, was expected to
1 w,th high State Depart-
officiate this week, in con
< with the conference. At
mil* parley last year two
SUte Department officials made
rar) revealing statements during
addrevses to the audience.
This year, when the Arab-Israel
s'tnation is more acute,
duration is expected as to
"on the SUte Departanoaft wiU
naaau


27, 1956
\o be Site
kference
fch h ,,('<'n seized
the midwinter con-
he nations) planning
ftli,. Jewish Theolojji-
oi Amcria, in co-
|h tin- United Syna-
Cjca and the Rabbin-
o! America.
ID) oi the conclave,
held the week of
made by Joseph N.
hiladelphia. chairman
planning commit-
I leaders rep-
re than 600 congre-
United States and
son said, "will take
erence theme, 'Spiri-
inship: A Program
idards.' It is the be-
tminary that a deep-
ancimsj of the moral
ur tune, and an ap-
the contribution to-
jlution of this dilem-
ch of us can make
jal life, are the most
of the day."
of this belief," Gor-
ged, "representative
jj hjve agreed to set
for a series of con-
linan and meetings
statesmanship. Key-
jnference." said Gor-
Balmudic precept, 'It
ly to finish the work,
^rt thou at liberty to
timely injunction to
the difficulty of our
>on for avoiding it."
ion !<>r the annual
Seminary has estab-
Iki at Suite 207. 355
i Beach, where
piation mi speakers,
i and (anference res-
he available,
LBOAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 1M70!j
IIKTTYK McNAMAItA. Plaintiff.
JOHN A M.NAMARA, I >ef,-,i;,,,,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: JOHN A M,-vamai: V
i:i ; ijrutiii it
Detroit Mi. Iiliriin
TOt' ARE HEREBY RE4CIRED lo
erv* mm ..f nour An*wei to the
i Int for Divorce filed herein on
1'iiiiiuifr .. .in iii kshi >\ #.
KINK. 108 Lincoln Road, Miami
II. i. h, Klorhla, and t<> file the original
in tin- offli ... .f in.- iit-rk .f iii,- eXove
("nuii "ii <>i before the it da\ of
Mmi.Ii. i'.i:.ii; otherwise defnult will
be entered against you
DATED: tills 14th day of Januar\.
+Je*l3tifhrMk>n
LEGAL NOTICI
4age 11 X
LICAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTION IH HEREBY ,;ivk.\ ,ht
!!,.
I Seal)
2/3-1+-17
I! I.K A TIIKItM AN.
Clerk of i 'ourt
Bj It. H. RICK, IK
I >.|iuiv I'll i k
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 33704-B
mi: estate or
MEI.VIN It. HILTZ, l>e.-..i-.,|
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Ik hereby Riven that I have
tiled my final report and petition for
Final Dim hara-e mm Administratrix of
the eatate of MEEVIN It HILTZ. de-
ceased: and that on the 17th dav of
February. 19'.6. will applv to the Hon-
orable PRANK H DOWLINO, County
Judge of I>ade County. Morida. for
a|,|no\al of said final report an.I for
final discharge an Administratrix of
the KM.ite of MEI.VI R. HILTZ. de-
ceased.
Thla 10th day of January. ISM.
KNOI.A OAIL HILTZ
RKRBKRT H. HtTTNER
Attorney f..r Administratrix
ItU Urexel Ave.. Miami Bench. Fla.
I 1J-SO-27 2/J
at Flagler
1> will be held at the
U Jewish ('nmmu-
on Wednesday eve-
Mrs. Benjamin Jonas
luel Kudwll are co-
rAL NOTICE
JNDER FICTITIOUS
|AME LAW
HKKEI V OIVKN that
. ncage In
in.- ,,f
MKKE, at l.'T N u
la, Intendi to
1 Clerk of
County,
$ >.\ ASSOCIATES,
h
|.\ i
lOfffring
I Only
I VIRY BES1
Ianitarium
facilities
rry B. Pinki
Managing
&.<;*-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY C.IVBN that
the undersigned, deslrinc to encage In
business uii.I. i the fl. titlous name of
ST OEtlROE HOTEL, al 105 Euclid
Avenue, Miami Beach, Intend t.. ragla-
ter nai.i name w.th Hi,- Clerk of tii*-
Circuit Court of Dadd.Count) Florida
AI.MKKT H Ultlo
QERTRCDE Ll'RIU
Bole OWBjera
MYERS. H El MAN KAPLAN
AHornevii f... Applicants
ISO 8ej bold Rlda.
I (-13-ZU-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
Hi.- uii I. i-lRn.-.l, desiring tu enfta*. In
business under the fictitious name of
. I \l IM. I "A INTERS ANIi UK.
ORATORS, at Room tSft, lit) Lin. ..In
Road. Miami Heath, Florida. Intend
n reitlater enlil name with the >" of the Circuit Court "i Dttde County,
Fi.uld.i
DANIEL s ABR \.M-i\\ IT/,
NATHAN ORTROV
ARTHI'lt 1. SNVDKK
Attoraev for Aa-axdated I'ainters
i Deeorato
fu-ao-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKRKBY (JIVEN that
Hie uii 1. dealrlna to engage In
llllxlne: Under the fictitious IHtllle of
ttlL-MAlt HOMES, at 11 W. Dixie
HiRhwa>, North Miami. Fla.. Intend
to register ;.i of the t'li.uit Court of I 'ail.- County,
Florida
MARTIN EPSTEIN, INO. H
WILLIAM I. PHELAN, l\<'
HERMAN I BRET AN
Altornaj for Applicant*
7:- W WnRler SI
I :'T 17
Dade
Monuments, Inc.
3223 S.W. Ith STRUT
Hmmm Ml 4-2013
Catering Exclusively to the
Jewish Clientele
rV art Mt sf Miami's Itaiimn
Jtwith Mewornenf Deaffri
ass-jas
pERS0KAH2IO SERVICE
"AT" "MAINrT" "MAV
>ULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wreck. Rebuilt Bedy Repair, and Polatie,
[3 2244, FR 4-0*52 B40 S.W. Blh Street
5 PLACES TO SAVE-
H Wahingten Ave.
7l,t ,na Maraing Ave.
& Waehingten Ave.
2*0 Sunny |(l,a g)lwa. V
Vour maii beB_wt pMy ^tta9, y
^ cuertnt per annum dividend
rate en insured aavmgt
r^ll BEACH
FEDERAL
'CU.ION V
-.1.1 name .Mil, u. fierk of t|. "lr-
'"'< ouil of |..i,. .,,, ,.-,.., ,.,,,
MH.T..X ^WMAr^
s.,:v::;:r,^A"i""1"
-' :!-lu-17
'in TLCrUANJY JUDGES" COURT
ir^/;ND FOR OADE COUNTY
IN If K I.S IA I'K i .1
ISAA<- (IOLDHL(M>M I'. eaaed
CITATION PCBLIOATION
I he Htate ..f Florida lo MoitI* Uold-
lum. Joseph Ooldbloom, Hex.ie
i ohen.lul.-H Ooldbloom. Bertha Salts-
limn. Mix floUMilnoin, Herman Kotx-
Ml, KiiK.n,, Qoldb.....m. Uanlel ilo|,|-
ed '""' """'' '"''*""' '"n-
Von are hereby notified that a
petition ha lieen filed In xai.l Court
prayliiK f, anMiKnmerit of dower on
i.ehaif of Knther Ooldbloom, ami you
are hereby required to file your writ-
ten defennex thereto within forte days
*.Cer. .th* f,r"t PUblleation hereof
Should you fall therein, decree will be
entered In due course upon said Peti-
tion.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami. Hade County,
Morida. thl* L>3rd day of January
All. 19.'.6.
K.ite.l January 23, 19."ifi.
FRANK B. ImiWLINO,
County Judge
By: MELHA C. DICK.
(C. J. HEAL) Clerk
SAML'BL J. RAND, Attorney
4t:> Heyhold HudK Miami. Florida
1/17 S/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iimli r.iKii. .1. il.slriiiK to enxase In
bualneaa under the flctRloua name of
MORTON LEON ASSiM'IATKS. at
12" N. W. 1'n.l St Miami, Florida, in-
tenda to reaiKter said name with tbe
clerk of the Circuit Ci.ui t of Hade
County, Florida.
Morton i.kon ASSOCIATES,
INC
SHAPIRI i & FRIED
Attornei for A ppll. ant
IM Lincoln Road
1/27 2/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the unfleralfned desiring to engadTe in
bualneaa undi r the flctltio .
CAROL BFORTHWEAR, .i Avldtlon
Hull.lint MM N W. I7Ul Avenue.
Miami, hlorlda, Intend to register said
name with th. Clerk of tin- Circuit
Court of Dade Count) Florida.
JERoMK KONHAl'ZER
ROBERT KiiMlAl/ll:
MORRld HENNERHON
1 '27 2 3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1SSSS4
EVELYN Ql'INN, Plaintiff,
JOHN OCINN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO JOHN QCINN
Hillside Avenue
Ml. KfcWO, New York
You are hereby notified thai a BID
of Complaint for Divorce has been
lile.l aaul'ist you, and you arere ive a dopy Of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill ..f Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, HENRY M
CAIN. 2480 West Flakier St., Miami.
Florid*, and file the original Answer
or I'leadina In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
2th day of February, l.".B. If you full
to do no. Judgment by default will be
taken agaiuMt ITOM for the relief de-
manded in the inn of Complaint.
This notice -tinII be published once
each week foi four conaeoutlve week*
in THE JEWISH H.OKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, thii Mrd daj of January, A D.
B i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
. ir. nit t 'ourt. I lade ''.unity.
Florida
B) ,i. >AN COCRNOYBH
I i.puty Clerk.
(i-ii.uit Court seal)
1/S7 1-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notick IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.he underaigned, deairlna to engage In
bualneaa undei the fictitious nan..- ol
HoKiutAi i! vit. B| 172 (Jlralda Ave-
nue. Coral flables. Intends to register
said name with the clerk ,.f ih.- cir-
cuit Court of Dndo Countv, riorlda
KF.HS.*!,.. rtkU"'
Attorneys i,,i \
I7M W I lagler SI
I'M-: -10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITfOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deatrlrig to engage in
business innlei the Hi :, tile of
HIALKAH OCTLBT. al 1030 P Kth
Aye.. Hl.ile.ih, Intends to rejrlstei said
rmiiie with the < 'lerl< of fl
Court of Dade County. Iloilda
w M EDWARD Tt'CKMAN
MARX FABER
Allorn.v foi Applicant
"ongress lll.lg
l/M-27 -, 2/3-10
NOTICE UNDER7 FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HKRBHY OIVEN that
the un.lersign-d. ilesiriiig to engage In
business under the fl. tftlims name of
GORDON ., rid PONT KOSHER
CATERERS al 17.1 N V. 5th Street,
Miami, norJda.' Intends to register
said nume With the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Djde County. Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 6th
day of I>eceniher, 1S53.
ROHEDALE DELICATESSEN, INC
By IRVIN GORDON, President
1/S-1S-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TROPI-TEX FABRICS OF MIAMI,
at P. ti. Box 2"i71. Miami 12, I-,a ln-
tUdlds to r.-K't*r said nuue witfa the
Clerk of the Circuit Cuurl of
couny, i^^I.^^aMa^
SHAIMRH & I'RIED
naya for Applicant
421 Lincoln Road
1/8-13-20-27
LEGAL MOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 186120
NOTICE TO DEFEND
HA Hit V FKINSTKIN and MAltY
FEINSTBIN, his wife, IHaintlffs.
PHTLTP I'EINSTEIN and CLARA
FEINSTEJN, his wife: HARRY LEVY
and ANN FEINSTBIN LEVY, his
wife: and REOAI.INE MANIFAC-
TDRINO Co.. INC., a Florldu corpora-
tion. iHfen.lants
TO. I'llll.ir FEINSTBIN
213 North 4th Street
Philadelphi fi I' i
. CLARA FEINSTBIN.
4!00 Hlngham Street
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 37139 B
In He: ESTATE OF
EMMA M l-opovicil. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Person* Ha
Ing Claims or Demands Against s.n.l
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of EMMA M POPOVIOH, de-
ceased late of Dadd County. Kloiil...
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Ha.le County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the i lalmanl and to be
to and prented as aforeaaId, or same
will be barred.
1 >ai. Januan M, ad i
- HARRY 7. POPOVICH
Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
EMMA M PoPOVICH
MAX R SILVER
\ i. n.\ foi Executor
1 27 2 .: lu-17_____________________
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 309*4-A
RE: ESTATE or
YETTA SCIH MANN. >. I
HENRIETTA SCHUMANN,
I'.....laed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE K hereby given that I nave
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge M Executor <>f the
estate of YETTA SH 1 .MANN a/k'a
HENRIETTA HCHl'MANN, dec.
and that on the I'.th day of February,
ISStL win apply to the Honorable W. F'.
Bianton, Count) Judge of Bade Coun-
ty. Florida, for approval of said final
reiiort and for final diachgrge aa Ex-
ecutor of the Batata of YETTA
Si'iii'.m \\\. a k a HENRIETTA
BCHl'MANN, deceaaed
This titii da) of January, lSS
LAWRENCE R RCHCMANN
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
H\ : WALTER C KOVNER
I Attorney* for F:x< cutor
2H-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underaigned, deainng to engage in
bualneaa under Ike fictitious name .,i
Pl'RDY I. V N C H I-: i N i: T T K at
1121 Mth si Miami Beach, Intend!
I., i.-glsiei said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I'adc County.
Florida
IDA CHIN8KY, Sole owner
mai.\ in i:m;i.a.\i.i:i:
Attorney for Appllcanl
311 I,m...la Rd
1 ., I".-20-27
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' CdURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 3SS60-A
In R< ESTATE OF
WCLF' SF'.<;EL, a/k a UII.F' C
HEGEL, B/k/a WOLF HEGEL.
u i H I' c seuai,. a/k W. c
SEGAL, n.k a WCLF C SIBOEL.
a/k/a WOLF SfBOEL, a/k .. VVCLF
BIOEL.
. Deceased
To AH fared I torn snd All Persons 11 I
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Beta
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you,* or
either of you. may have against the
estate of WCLF SEOEL, etc., deceas-
ed late of Dadie County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and fRe same in their office's
in the County Courhoe In Dad--
County. FTorlds, wltHin eight calendar
months from the llate of the first
publication hereof. Kald claims or de-
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Mr*. Staven A. Barbash left last week for cold
Cntham Town after a month-long, glorious holiday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cherry, of
Biscayne Point circle. .
During her visit herewhich friends say was
only slightly marred by the "intemperate" weather
Mrs. Barbash entertained at a birthday dinner
g her sister, Mrs. Hanry Rainhard, in the Eden Roc
lostess was Mrs. Charry. .
K Vork, Mrs. Barbash will resume study at Columbia
where she is working for a Masters degree. Husband
pnpleting basic training at Naval Training Center, Bain-
[.. prior to continuing service in the Navy.
[from Forest Hills, Long Island, is Miss Blanche Green-
N'i u York commercial artist. .
ie is lioiiseguesting it with the William Tendlers at their
11 I home. .
from icrosa the Hudson and Newark, N.J., came Mrs.
sldman to visit her sister, Mrs. Daisy Lart, of West ave.
fcvcnng from recent surgery at Mt. Sinai.
ix Marmonstains, noted owners of Key West's Casa
ki to Miami Tuesday and a Beach opening at the
IH
d there is singer Batty Madigan, MGM starlet, who
career at Max's Casa Marina three years ago. The
ins did the 180-mile trip "north" because they "just
}n Betty."
Til be oodles of proud parents across the Bay this week.
lid year commencement at the University of Florida. .
lc among graduates from Miami Beach on the Gainesville
Arthur Allan Adlar, Jay Comras, Timmy Mel Hoffman,
(win Kahn, Donald Joseph Seidler and Fred Laonard
socialite affair was the University of Miami Symphony
last week at Hialeah Race Course. Mrs. Mitchell Wolf-
president, was hostess with her movie and television
pusband at one of the Golden Note tables. .
furs and stunning formats moved among pleasant
cocktails as Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weiftonhe's the
| known industrialistand the Daniel Arnatalns exchang-
tation .
tainment. of course, came from the University of Miami
with conductor John Bitter offering light dance music
occasion.
^y Franklin's night club was the site last week of a sur-
for photographer Kenneth Leuronce and his lovely,
I'd fiancee Miss Anne Lende. .
{tractive bride-to-be is a Montreal import and the daugh-
^. and Mrs. Shapsal Lande. Mother of the groom-elect is
rd Lauranca, who was a guest with Ken's brother, Budd,
Cial gift and shower. .
ft their congratulations to the couple were the Harold
and Mrs. Rocky Pomerance, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Krautar
>lvin Victors. .
Mire party later in the evening moved on to the Surfside
ft. and Mrs. Stanley Coitune for an intimate barbecue.
H ests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Danbaum were the
rons, i.| Philadelphia, where George is an automobile
Igul .
Roslyn and Alfred Obolar have opened their Chase ave.
*rs. Seymour Weiss, of Brooklyn and Massapequa, L.I.
>
ail dinner party was the site of the 34th wedding anniver-
of the Jack Barnstains last week. .
pouple .laughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Alan
hosts at the party in their Donatello ave. resi-
included Mrs. Jack Underberg, Mrs. Bernstein's sister,
Inderberg, from Atlantic City. .
ffering their congratulations were two brothers. Bernard
fy Logman, with their wives, from Philadelphia.
>>
j*-od in Chicago last weekend, but Rhoda and Georgo
ne s.Aony here and Windy City banking enterprises
al> bj entraining for Los Angeles and a visit with their
Samuel w. Sax, and his bride of last June. .
and Georga planned on only one week in LA, before
to ( hicago for a brief stay. They're expected back in
pn> penthouse very soon.
K Medical Front: Some 100 physicians gathered at the
r'*"1 no,el last Saturday night to celebrate the confirma-
pjer Gerald Alan Lamberg, whose parents are Dr. and
Lemberg
f attending included these medical couples: the Sol
"cob Nebers, Milton Goldmans. Max Graft**, J. Glass-
Liu J,tobn' Rudolph Drosds, David Nathans, Lao
" Unger, and Nelson ZivitasM. .
lousy with preparations for the confirmation of their
Ik .' Dr' *nd *** Lwenee Medoff. Buddy is a Nau-
rh grader
Note: Spending their time these days yachting
new boat are Dr. end Mrs, David Brexin and their
,?"' J.*ck Arv#* expect to be rather busy as hosts
coming days. .
?lw!* from Chico staying at the Saxony hotel for
iitwk *ur X" i,rod commissioner of Cook County, and
71 lormer s**te factory inspector. .
fi l^re **** with ^eir wives. The Arveyt, who are
7a h.t sp!nd their wintera in Mi*ml Beacn- wU1 **
" 0I ,he visiting foursome before the month is up.
the \JUl
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
Friday. January 27, 1956
Section B


At the home of Mrs. Leonard Wien discuss-
ing results of the Women's Division Pa-
trons' Tea, biggest fund raising function
in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal,
on Jan. 16 at the home of Mrs. Nathan S.
Gumensick, 4929 Pinetree dr. are (left to
right) Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, Women's Divi-
sion chairman, Mrs. Wien and Mrs. Jack A.
Ablin, co-chairman of the tea, Mrs. David
Phillips and Mrs. Clem Myerson.
Greater Miami dentists do their part to al-
leviate human needs through their support
of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown
greeting Sam J. Heiman (left) CJA Chairman,
are Dr. George Graham, Mrs. Graham, Rab-
bi Max Schenk, Mrs. Eggnatz and Dr. Meyer
Eggnatz.
Women's Chapter in Fashion S how Among Varied Programs
North Shore chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women announce a "return
trip to wonderland" luncheon, in-
cluding a spectacular fashion show
by "Babs" of the Fontainebleau
and a floor show called 'The Gay
Nineties." featuring a bathing suit
revue.
Date is Monday noon, Jan. 30. at
the Fontainebleau hotel.
In charge of reservations are the
Mesdames Mark Silverstein.
Charles Reichenthal and Charles
Kollin.

Plans are being formulated by
the B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florida which comprises 12 chap-
ters, inducing Hollywood and Ft.
Lauderdale, for a carnival-bazaar
to be held Feb. 19, all day Sunday.
from 12 noon to 12 midnight in the
Surf room of the Roney Plaza.
President of each local chapter
and her fund raising vice president
are helping to arrange the affair.
There will be an auction, rides for
children home-made foods and
hand-made articles for sale.
Highlight of the evening will be
the awarding of a trip to Paris for
two.

Miami Beach chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold a Menbrah
card party Wednesday afternoon,
Feb. 1, at the Empress hotel.

Country Supper for Miami Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Mami Hebrew
School and Congregation will hold
a country supper and auction in
the social room Sunday evening,
Jan. 29. Mrs. Michael Blank, chair-
man, will be assisted by Mrs. Rob-
ert Schweitzer.
Leonard Stern, TV personality,
will act as auctioneer.
Hostesses will include Mesdames
Martin Berger, Peter Duchon, Fre-
da Rappaport, Benjamin Sokoloff,
Kuny Zeiss, George Goldberg, Mol-
lie Harrison and Toby Magun.
Mrs. Saul Bernstein is in charge
of reservations.


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WAT'S CHHJf TWIST TO YOU
Europe's Treat: Kaese-Staenger;
They Can be Made With No Trouble
By LEAH LEONARD
If you hail a West-Fur
Granny, y u'll recall tho-e delici-
Staenger cheese to. -'-
lo youi with mouth wat.Tini;
_ht. Well, they can be made with
difficulty at all. and in less time
ihan it takes to tell about it. Hi
how:
Cheese Twists
2 cups all-purpose flour
j teaspoons -alt
| cup vegetable shortening or
margarine
2 egg>
3 tablespoon^ milk
1 cup grated Cheddar Type
cheese
1 tablespoon caraway seeds
iKimmeb
Sift together flour and salt into
a mixing howl Cul in shortening
with a wire pastry blender or use
wo knives. Add one egg at a
time, reserving half oi the second
eg yolk in a saucer Beat after
ling the fir^t egg. add the milk
with the portion of econd egg and
t ntir.ue beating till thoroughly
ined
The mixture will be like a h
batter Chill in the r
about l hour when read) to bake.
at least i half hour bef
dough mti .! ret
Kit a half inch thick, us
tion with '
Hru-h the rolled
Wltn -lightly di-
luted with milk Of
Sprinkle generously with
te then caraw Pal
down with rolling pir as
it into
strips half an inch arid) and 4
inche- long. Have the bakir
or eo '- well in
dusted lightly with flour
oven When heated to 425 lift
each of the cut pit > and
: inn a circle with i
hanging out Place on pan and
bake IS minutes or till lightly
browned Serve wit'- l<
salads, too! Yield- 36 Twi
Along with lo appre-
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column we do n fi a
handed compliment^ i
then For in-tance Wh\ donl
tell u- i special
tncl si nd-bj
roc:; Fine, Mrs
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mlk
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pir to taste
radish red or white
2 tablespoons minced pnrtMJ
For Poultry:
2CU| '' l ""
I or
lemon
2 tablespoons lemon julee
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id let
re using i
: chicken, turkey or
| i up-
Ginoer add a pinch of ground
ginger I I) meat -U
for a Dppy hWI you'll want to re
SiHroo ftened in a table
I | irater per '* teaspoon
wonderful herb will lend
color and flavor to dough I I
or muffin- V I a- a flavor
savor in cooking CEFTLTE FISH
remember Granny's -pecial touch"
Cerewey Seeds in small
to Muerkraul or
r even botttred BO
ke- it a -pecial.
Sour Crem-irv-Rush u-t arid
i each
cup i'i regular cream or evapo-
tir to b i
on fresh fruits lx rrii
i rj
Leap Year Parti Will ft tTrsctrssed Here ft* ,
Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian of the event, haul
Sisters, will discuss plains for a teat on Why n j__
Leap Year party at (h*?ir Feb. 1 be Kmg for a Day-
meeting in Dora August Hall. 900 j band will receive gift,*
M\ 17th ave. ;-*>f ioaw at a p*,.
Mrs, Bernard Kaplan, chairman early March
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Mrs. Glenn Ford Iactress El-
eanor Powell hes been ap-
pointed tribute chairman oi the
Jewish National Home for Asth-
matic Children at Denver. Mrs.
Ford was cited ior her service
to the National Home, a free
nationwide medical center for
lh treatment of children suf-
fering from chronic intractable
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Tuesday, Jan 31. at noon. Beth
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in.Jaru;ar>" luncheon in their au-
ditorium
After all the northern weather
that -sneaked- into Miami. Sister-
hood member- welcome change to'
dine with friends in the atmo-
phere of table arrangement- and
decor in the June-.n-JanuarV
motif
Mrs Michael Covin. chairman,
i- assisted by her committee of
Mesdames Richard Herold. Morn-
Rabinowitz. Homer Rievman. Sam
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icil Divisions
Irofherhood
ie at Meets
j and Miami Beach Divi-
\hv local section of Na-
touncil "f Jewish Women
tH Wednesday afternoon.
i lie Beach Kroup is slated
r in the Aladdin room of
jiers hotel.
Ij ladies will meet at Kou-
i 70S SU 3rd sf! Theme
affairs is "Human Rela-
d Mioiherhood."
[( (ritinger, assistant de-
fef (Jreater Miami Jewish
[j.in. will address the Miami
;>r that Itumors Are Lying."
|f.iaki>v Rosenberg, Beth Da-
htual leader, will be moder-
line aie chairmen Mrs, Da-
^ch and Mrs. B. F. Bres-
roRram chairmen are Mrs.
r and Mrs. Sam Koh-
Mrs. Leon Kaplan will
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Proceeds Slated -=-^
For P\#W$M#VX :f69lT qq
Divi-inn will hear Dr.
^in I! Kr^cnberg, executive
eater Miami Jewish
n. in a dscussion follow-
showing of "Boundary
a film demonstrating how
can live together harmoni-
ard Grove will preside.
chairman is Mrs. Ben
Bnsburg
Council of Jewish Women, Miami Division, will be treated to
an expert's opinions at their next discussion group meeting
Feb. 7. when they gather at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Swart*. 3300 Granada blvd.. Coral Gables. Speaker will be
the well known Norman Bean, pictured with chairman Mrs.
Mike Baskin. Bean, director of engineering at WTVJ, will dis-
cuss "Mysteries from Outer Space." He was engaged by the
Air Force in the last war to work on guided missiles and is a
leading authority on space ships, flying saucers and related
subjects.
Mrs. Roosevelt Will Be Miami Speaker
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Dr.
Joseph Burg. Minister of Post,
Telephones and Telegraph of the
State of Israel, will be among the
outstanding American and Israeli
personalities who will address the
1956 inaugural conference for Is-
rael Bonds to be held Saturday
evening. Feb. 4, and Sunday, Feb-
ruary 5. at the Hotel Seville in Mi-
ami Beach, it was announced Wed-
nesday by Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, women's division chairman.
Mrs. Roosevelt will be guest of
honor at a special Sabbath lunch-
eon at the conference on Saturday,
Feb. 4. Dr. Burg, who is coming
to America especially for the con-
ference, will present a detailed re-
port on the current situation in
Israel.
Mr\. F/rener *eoveff
'Get Acquainted' Party
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
American Medical Center at Den-
ver will hold a "get acquainted"
membership party at the Roney
Plaza hotel. Chairman is Mrs. Her-
man Schoenfeld. Co-chairman is
Mrs. Morris Goluskin.
More than 800 Jewish communal
leaders will attend the conference,
which will mark the official
launching of the 1956 Israel Bond
campaign in hundreds of cities
and towns throughout the country,
Mrs. Myers stated.
the evening's entertainment, which
will feature a dairy, smorgasbord,
are Mrs. Henry Gewitz and Mrs.
William Kesselman. Program
planner! has been arranged by Mrs.
M. II. Rosenhou.se.
Mrs. Miriam Pell Solkoff. presi-
dent of the Hebrew Academy Par-
ent Teachers Association, has an-
nounced that a Malava Malka will
be held at the Tides hotel on Sat-
urday evening.
Proceeds will be used toward the
purchase of playground equip-
ment. In charge of reservations is
Mrs Henry Penchansky.
Chairman and co-chairman for
Pioneer Women
Eye Philanthropy
Kadimah chapter of Pioneer
Women is making plans for a smor-
gasbord dinner Feb. 12 in Beth
David.auditorium.
The arrangements committee is
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Ida Meyers, assisted by Mrs. Fred
Sandier, co-chairman.
It was announced by Mrs. Jacob
Raffel, Kadimah president, that
proceeds will aid the program for
Moetzet Hapoalot, Israel's counter-
part to the American Pioneer
Women.
Funds will help such projects as
Israel agricultural and vocational
schools, day nurseries and kinder-
gartens, a nursing mothers' home
and a youth village in Jerusalem.

Mrs. Eva Kahn will be hostess
to the Golda Myerson club of Pio-
neer Women at an Oneg Shabbat in
her home. 2101 SW 16th ave., Sat-
urday. Jan. 28. Guest speaker will
be Dr. J. A. Lshlon.
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BIRTHS
Miss Marylin Kopp
Kopp. Ximil Will
Wed in New York
A blir late in 1953 start
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Miss florence Sot

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ership hoi
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Miti Violet Konil
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
v bom t<> Dr. and Mrs Alvin
nti Jan i
Sen born to Mr and Mrs. LeRoy
Glass -'.iii 18.
Daughter bora to Mr and Mrs.
ad Jan 17.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
rd llli- .'an 16.
born I" Mr and Mrs. Sey-
mour NichtherRcr Jan. 15.
Son lw>rn to Mr and Mrs. Leon-
..rd Scbwartl Jan 13
Daughter l>orn to Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Dec 29.
Son N.rn to Mr and Mrs. JZd-
i.i.cil Doc. 29.
Son horn to Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour (inpman Dec 29.
Son horn to Mr and Mrs Stanley
Son born to Mr jndM.1
FcinftoM Dec 27 "H
Daughter an-1 ^ ^L
and Mrs K,rmi, MareWfl
Son born to Mr anrtttl
Wachholder Dee 24 1
Son horn to Mr and J
ert Buchwal.1 Dec 24
Daughter horn to to
Justin Siegrl Dec 22. '
Son born to Mr and fa
Klamkin Dec 22.
lire Tiolli Double
Kelt as Konigs
Mark Anniversary
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BtOOm Dec 2!l
. />/"-v "* S"" .,>"rn '" ^r ant* Mrs Sy
^^^MV^^J^OsK Kaplan*Dec 28
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Herb-
i i! Kutkm Doe 27.
Son horn to Mr and Mrs Frank
Hirschbein Dec 27.
Social Gotfcerings
I of All Kinds
* parties
i, wedding*
f 4 luncheons
+ receptions
lM.|>Hm(lwi: M S-|ll
Or. Fresco in Talk
On Dynamic PsycKoL.
Health and Happiness (3
present Dr. Jacques Frtjj
lecture on Dynamic ..
at the Spinoza Korum. lift*
Ocean ct Saturday night ,
Dr. Fre^o has rtmthj
pleted studies amonj
People He has also ..
group experiments aoaajj
quents
I'M Students Plan
August Ceremom
Florence J Si
met
f Mr

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anniversary ol the par-
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hcn he was vice prcsidei I
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Page 51
\s Yvonne Wellman
is Fiancee
Kupcrberg
[Mi- James P. Welker,
own. o announce the
oi their daughter,
Oilman, to Joel Kuper-
|fr and Mrs. Mitchell
822 SW 31st ct.
iu I Lewis and Clark
ptland, Ore., the bride-
tcutive director of the
(iirl Scout Coun-
received his ba
Ml I niversity of
i- manager of the Ca-
idens nl Naples, Fla.
pddin^ i- planned.
Miss Dtonna fimkolstein
o
Finkelsiein, Jacobs
Troth Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Henry I. Finkel-
stein, 3585 Collins ave, Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Deanna, to Ron-
ald Bert Jacobs, son of Mrs. L.
Mervis and S. E. Jacobs, both of
Chicago.
Miss Finkelstein and her fiance
are planning an early summer
wedding in Chicago.
Formerly of Rock Island, III .
the bride-elect attends University
of Miami where she is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Jacobs attended University
of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana,
and University of Miami where he
was affiliated with Phi Epsilon Pi.
i<> Heim Will Wed Chicago
(iirl in Windy City Rites Saturday
Heim, ^plrtual leader and a year later at Charles Univer-
sity, Prague, Czechoslovakia. They
renewed their acquaintance last
summer in Chicago, where the
groom-elect was engaged in the
completion of bis rabbinic studies.
Dr. Morris A. Gutstein, spiritual
leader of Shaarei Tikvah, and pre*
ident of the Chicago region of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America,
will officiate at the 6:30 p.m. cere-
mony.
The couple will spend their brief
honeymoon on a four-day automo-
Granada Jewish Com
^ntrr. will marry Miss
itein on Jan. 28 at
Rvafa Congregation, Chi-
p-lr in. i hi 146 at Teach-
in Budapest, Hungary,
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ally supervised by
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Miss tosaima Cohen
Video Couple Will
Wed Here April 8
Apr. 8 is the date which Ro-
sanna Jean Cohen and Robert Gel-
berg have set for their marriage.
It will take place in Beth David
Synagogue.
Announcement of their plans is
made by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen,
3975 NW 4th ter., parents of the
bride-to-be.
Both Miss Cohen and her fiance
are employed at WTVJ. she in the
programming department and he
as a cameraman.
Miss Cohen attended University
of Miami, where Mr. Gelberg re-
ceived his AH degree in jour-
nalism. He was founding editor of
Tempo magazine and a member of
Iron Arrow at the UM. He also is
a World War II veteran.
Parents of the prospective bride-
groom are the Joseph Gelbergs,
New York.
bile tour, returning to Miami Feb.
3, where Rabbi Heim will resume
his duties at Flagler-Granada.
On Feb. 6, he will receive the
Bachelors degree from the Univer-
sity of Miami in human relations
and deliver the invocation at com-
mencement exercises.
The couple will be at home at
5281 NW 2nd st., Miami.
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and proudly announce the formal opening of their new
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next meeting on Thursday evening.
Feb.. 2. in the social hall of tire
Center.
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Miss HeiTbrurTs Gown Featured Rose
Point Uce'Over Pure Silk rafrcta
Sunday. Dec. 25. was the data Best man J^
chosen by Hiss Iris rleilbrui. or uncle ol d HeUbrun.
her mama,, ^ wen e and Al
Me.lbrun is th< r ol Mr brother* oi the br.de a J^
and .Mrs. Max He.lbrun. 358 Euciia doff, brt.ther-.n--a* of U
ave M.am. Beach. an,l Mr Ka.z Decoration* ^ *h te Ria
is the son of Mr. and Mrs Morn* ol,. white pompoms and shellpmK
KM. Brooklyn. N V an,!
Rabbi Shm.ry.hu frnrdf otti- J .
elated, assisted by JJJJJj
Bibor Stern and Eugen. P.
The lace pattern ql the long-line
fitu | si was completi I
violinist.

d?T'fc
Movies are hotter than ever in such far flung outpod,
..crording to Meet Ravan, member of InitMta
promotion department Vacationing at the ai
|d, Rvn just concluded 15 months In the BritisR
half a dozen firM-nm houses are doing a great buMnJ,
movie* he says, adding that "action and intrigue
business "...
Ifs hi* firt time on Miami Beach, hut Ran (,
. Mort't mother is the famous Madison ave iJw
Hosts if a farewell party given in honor "f Mr. ,,^-J
Getting v. err Mr. and Mr*. Julius RoMnUrq taal week
the charming Rosanbargi apartment were Mikt and Chwt
the stall of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ^3
they head for Albany. N. Y. ^"
P'cturesj
I
Rvn
Mike's been with Federation here for the
Pad **,.
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the bi !
he bride's
\. Madofi Bi
were V
cousin of the -
j: lid Fine
tion and bridal dinner ,
at the Hungarian American Cul- I".\C iKIIl^t' \<)WS
Mrs. Marvin Katt
Miss Lieberman,
Irwin Wcissman
ture Club followed the ceremony
were of white
the Blackstone Flower

In a double rinc candlelight
Jan 22. at
3 Lieber-
man [Ml Ul I Mr*
74.') Ulue r>l .
Irv.ni \\ i Mr and
3211 su
18th si
Ral ol
Mrs. Irw'm rV>iismon

Intimate Rites tor
Gordon, Halpcrin

ette Ann Mr
S
Hal-
Hal-
per::
The eeremonj i De<
29 in thi
conducti .h
Attei
Mrs 1. K.rt
G rd n I r 'her of the bri
man. and Ben H
an u*her.
Br Bowi of chantilly
and nylon tulle. Bodice .
touched with tmy irides
quins and an appliqued chantilly
lace cascade down the full *kiri.
extended into a chapel I
Mr*. Halperin gra [rom
University ol Pennsylvania and
Nc Vork and now i.
on the faculty ( Centri
Elementary school.
ite oj M
ami Beach High School and is on
The
thi Inner-
-
l"P" n of a ". ire Jewish Center, otti-
N i York City, the i ling was
pink and white
Leo K polow
-ii. >
i shers includi i s is, Mur-
raj I rdaj
nor D< ine Horn-
Kopolow act-
1 honor Flower
Judith Ann K
ii ".i- Mr- David
was
The In. ., ,,( jm.
ti d band i
tamer nylon
tulle out shimmi tin The
traditional loi sved bodii i
tamt sprinkling ol in-
I tiny
Is, featuring pM ,,,|.
lar
The peplum enhan. i !,U-
nylon tulle tucking and bor
chantilly laca di
b. tiffanl nylon
tulle *k;rt extending into i chapel
The double illusion bridal
which was lingertip-length.
of crystal
nylon tulle and chantilly
encrusted wuh tim seed
'- rhe bride carried
on a bible
rwed Mr- Weissmin at-
I Miaai
Mr wcissman attended Syra-
ed at ii, ,
istant executive director to as*umt
ll i Ubanjf drive ..
SINGS ORIGINAL SONGS UAUTY CONTEST CfTATIOtS
ring every moment of the hilariou- *kit ami
Paula Hoffman were Dr. and Mr. Bniamin .
lion's directorthe Martin Papparcornv Charkn 1.1
he's Federation publicity chiefthe Albert Kotlowi and ft]
Milton Samter .
Double purpose party also celebrated Paula's birthday.,
surprised everyone bv singing several original song*. penssH
and recently copyrighted Enthusiastic listeners includdl
Tart .
Beauty contest sponsored by Agudath Achim Judani
Shreveport, La., will be judged in Miami next month
cedure came about when Psrta Peterson, of the Vagaboai'l
was requested to select from pix the prettiest eirl of ^f^l
. Entrant selected by Pwtw will be crowned "Sweetheart |
the annual AAJ ball Mar. 3 .
GKANDDAUGHU* Ii VACATIONER fISMINC ON CAUMU
Some 250 persons attended the fourth annual install
of the 100 Club Saturday evening in the Algiers hotel
president was AI Sherman, succeeding Ban Zion Gimkurj.
Starling president of the Presidents' Council of Miami Beacip
Leonard Coleman with a citation from President EitenhowJ
standing work with the Golden Years Foundation." as
ited to helping find employment for the aged ..
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Marks, of Philadelphia. Atlantic!
Harding ave here, were delighted with the arrival last wed!
ler Mrs. Morton Wilans accompanied by granddaughter. SwaJ
will remain here for two weeks before going hack to PhiBjf
kindergarten .
The Milton Shapiros, ol New Hartford. Conn., haw beai
acquaintanceships with old friends and making new oneii
arrival Annual winter residents. Mr. and Mrs. Shapni
remain until April Milt's vowed to get in a good bit oil
Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities f*!
Social Functions
WEDDING
ANQUETS
WEDDING
ANNIVERSARIES
BAR MITZVAMS
from 25 L 1,
ON TIM OCEAN AT UNCOLN I0AI
Jl i-oan
Mrs. Btrnari Halperin
GOLD COAST THEATRICAL AGENCY
MUSK
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PA1TT

the hotel
eviiie
has everything
Mrs. Sacks to be Honored
Jerry GrcMtt Som Morris
RONEY PLAZA HOTEL
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with complete banquet facilities. d
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27, 1956
-JmnUt rhridHan
Page 7B
ration Seeks To Mobilize Area For Ail-Out Effort
Giant Business and Pro
Groups to Comb City
ipaign Chairman Feels
|l Progress Depends Upon
mtinued Giving by Miamians
By SAM J. HEIMAN
irmn, 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign
Mtress since its establishment has been not only remark.
I This is due in part to American Jewry's spec-
ial and this must be grasped and taken to heartIsrael
Horn the shadows; it lives in a state of siege; it is
k, 11 supporting; it is still faced by potential heavy immi-
Lnds of danger, and, except for the Jews of the United
, mi les, il stands increasingly alone and exposed.
[l. tragic mistake for American Jews to believe that
I the past means
iger requires ssslsfc-
rk unalterable fact
an Jews must remain
years to come. Nor
Lin r of \vmpathy and
j. a matter in every
and cents.
coming in from
loroccG are as much
nan responsibility as
t\\ The refugee put
reconstruct his life
our responsibility as
child brought to Is-
le Youth Aliyah pro-
ln can Ik> spared the
pease and the possi-
Id labor is as much
|ilit> as Israel's.
and the Government
I- ing these respon-
rael's responsibility for a strong
national defense is its ownand
it has become a crucial one in
view of the fact that hostile neigh-
boring states are adding to their
military strength from many
sources. .
Thus, American Jews more than
ever must assume and fulfill the
humanitarian responsibilities of ab-
sorption and resettlement of immi-
grants so that Israel is not over,
burdened by programs that are far
beyond the capacity of its economy
to support.
Thus, our Jewish community in
Greater Miami mu.it also do its
share in this year of historic crisis
to sustain Israel, to keep open
the doors of our own institutions,
and to strengthen Jewish life on
have others. Is- all fronts.
Sam Heiman
The giant Business and Profes-
sions Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal faces the mammoth
task of raising nearly one-half of
the funds required in the emer-
gency campaign of 1956.
John Serbin, division chairman,
has established a unique and ef-
fective procedure to enable the
busy executives of his Business
and Professions Council to get the
most done in the least time. For
several months Serbin has called
"early bird" meetings of his Coun-
cil at 7:30 a.m. in a centrally lo-
cated restaurant in Miami.
Without fail, each week, the key
group of eight veteran campaign-
- ers have directed the destinies of
PIONEER FOUNDER VIEWS LOCAL PHILANTHROPY
Myers Sees Federation Basic
Source of Community Unity
rive Cause for Celebration
I of the 1956
|ui h Appeal, an im-
lin^tituiion finds cause
| it of conducting
ampalgn, the
ii l> wish Federation
burlooked a certain
that Federation
I ized by a handful
of community leaders to unify and
strengthen Jewish life.
And, since Federation enters its
"Chai" year of existence, the pio-
neers should be saluted for their
vision and understanding in organ-
izing this major Jewish instrument.
Congratulations this week go to
the 10,000 members of Federation
and to the more than 60 organiza-
tions in the Federation family on
its "Chai" birthday. UJk.IT
"The Combined Jewish Appeal
is more than a convenient and ef-
ficient way of raising vast sums
of money to help people in need,"
said Stanley C. Myers, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Addressing Federation's board of
governors recently, he called CJA
"the expression of the basic unity
of our Jewish community* life "
A pioneer founder and first
president of Federation, Myers de-
clared that CJA provides an oppor-
tunity for all Jews to participate
in a common undertaking to meet
basic responsibilities.
"All member organizations of the
Federation family will be linked in
this history-making effort. This is
our responsibility as a united com-
munitywe dare not fail."
Stanley C. Mytri
it Our Local Service Agencies Mean to You
OF TEACHING AND RESEARCH SPUR STAff
Sinai Hospital Alerted
fer to Guard Your Health, J
Expand Medical Horizons
^2
'
M
>und the clock at Mt. Sinai is but one ol the many
pogroms there. Research, nurses training and in-
activities of every variety constitute the hospital's
>nda.
Mt. Sinai hospital recently an-
nounced that the institution had
passed the 50,000 mark in num-
ber of patients admitted to the
hospital at 4300 Alton rd. This
was equivalent to a hospital ad-
mittance for every man, woman
and child residing permanently
in Miami Beach in addition to the
many other thousands served at
the clinics and out-patient de-
partments.
Each day of every year 30 per-
sons enter Mt. Sinai for medical,
surgical or hospital treatment.
Altogether 50.000 patients have
received approvimately 400,000
days of treatment within Mt. Si-
nai. The average patient remains
about one day more than a full
week.
Presently, the hospital sichts
are set on constructidn of a new,
modern. 300-bed hospital on Col-
lins island, adjacent to the build-
ing now being used. Dan B. Rus-
kin, vice president of the hos-
pital, heads the development fund
committee, which has successfully
completed the first phase of this
venture by raising over $1,800,000
in pledges. The secondary phase
of the four million dollar program
is now under way.
During the past year, the hos-
pital admitted 9,657 patients
conducted 8.975 x-ray examina-
tions; rendered 8.184 emergency
treatments; performed 3.551 sur-
gical procedures; handled 116.709
laboratory examinations; record-
ed 1.041 births; served 316.071
meals, many of them strictly
kosher; filled 85.098 pharmacy
orders; and handled 7.793 clinic
visits. Patients received a total
of 67.696 days care in the hos-
pital.
Impressive as is the patient
registration at Mt. Sinai, other
departments have also scored
high in service and reputation.
The X-ray department was reor-
ganized in 1955, and a new full
time radiologist employed.
A Cardio-Pulmonary Labora-
tory under the direction of a clin-
ical physiologist has recently been
established. Further evidences of
the march of service of Mt. Sinai
is the recently installed Isotope
Laboratory and the Tumor Clinic.
In 1954, there were only 11 out-
patient clinics. The year ended
with 18 such facilities, rendering
invaluable service to thousands
of medically needy.
Research marched forward dur-
ing 1954 with seven different pro-
jects under way through grants
from foundations and individuals.
Routine chest X-rays are provided
without charge to every patient
admitted to Mt. Sinai in coopera-
tion with the Dade County Tuber-
culosis Association.
Mt. Sinai administers to all per-
sons without regard to race,
creed, color or ability to pay. As
there is a preponderance of Jew.
ish patients, the hospital main-
tains two kosher kitchens for
those who are observers of kash-
ruth. Many thousands of meals
arc prepared annually with strict
adherence to dietary law. Legal
and religious holidays are com-
memorated with cheerful, appro-
priate reminders, providing psy-
chological extras in the speedier
recovery of patients.
President is Max Orovitz. Ex-
ecutive director is Samuel Gert-
ner. The hospital is located at
4300 Alton rd., Miami Beach.
the big division around breakfast
coffee cups before sunrise. As a
result, the huge task of organizing
the campaign in all parts of Dade
county and appointed teams to per-
sonally visit each and every busi-
ness establishment has been ac-
complished.
For the first time in the history
of a local campaign, business and
professional men have responds!
to the call for emergency action.
|and Serbin is confident they will
help boost his division over the
top.
These are the chairmen of many
business groups who are poised and
ready for action on the eve of the
most historic campaign ;n Miami,
history:
Apartments. Daniel M. Broad;
accountants, Maurice G. Furman.
Sidney Lefcourt and Joseph A.
Post; dentists, Dr. George A. Gra-
ham and Dr. Herman R. Mechlo-
witz; opticians and optometrist-,
Walter P. Vollweiler, Dr. Charles
Beckwitt and Dr. Emanuel Push-
kin; lawyers, Harry Zukernick;
physicians, Dr. David Kirsh, Dr.
Louis G. Lytton and Dr. S. Charles
Werblow.
Drugs and sundries Jerome
Stern, Jack L. Jablo and Samuel
Goldman; printing and advertising,
Charles H. Whitebrook and San-
ford Levkoff; Insurance. Murray
M. Sheldon. Harry Diamond and
Bernard II. Pallant; food. Bernard
R. Stevens. Emanuel J. Smith. Sam
Badanes and Joseph Cohen; liquor.
Jay Weiss. Marvin Rauzin and
Frank Hamilton, restaurant equip-
ment. Jerome Adelman and Joseph
Scheinberg.
Amusements, Aaron Farr: baker
and beauty supplies, Albert J.
Hirsch; produce. Edward Dokson;
restaurants. William Sherman and
Edward Lassman; vending ma-
chines, Sam Taran; finance and
loans, Howell G. Kase; bank and
investments, Jay I. Kislak and A. J.
Harris.
Retail merchants, Aaron Krav-
itz, William A. Weintraub. Sheldon
Edwards and Al Sherman; real ro-
tate, J. A. Cantor and Leo Eisen.
stein: building trades. Col. Nathan
Rood; builders, David Fleeman;
architects. Irvin Korach; plumbing,
Harry Markowitz.
John Strain
Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund
Helps Private Individuals
This helpful agency, in exist-
ence for many years in this area
to help secure small loans for
private individuals and business-
men without interest charges, is
included in this year's Combined
Jewish Appeal. President is Leo
Ackerman.



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I

r
^g^dA^eaTAgencies Service
Horizons of Jewish Family Group
Expand for Added Efficiency Here
^
1
i
this
tionship particularly in mi
thi relations between par-
and children. This pn
and child care are finaw
the Community Chest The other
main service arei i settle,
ment tor New Amencans
wide
in immi-
n td the L'nil Al-
ine
the m
rehabilitation
Residents of the Jewish Home :or the Aged listen intently as
Miami eh.tea brwin Korach explains his sketch of proposed
new resident cottages to be erected at the Home.
DOORS OPEN TO ALL WHO TRULY NEED RESPITE
Home Plays Principal Role
In Local Philanthropic Program
HoiTO
count th.
priority to thos<
the
iy handicap;
.mated at
Chartered in
opened it- doors in 1945 witl
Is fa Hi:
moved to its
with (acilitii
Th lild-
g, dedicated i
4, was special!) I
k and incapacitated and |
Vidcd the Home with an add,
a! 27 beds. Total capacit> oi the
Home is now 87 I
Through it- relationship with
Federation and it- benefit
agencies, the Home ha> pioi
ed in development of medical.
psychiatric, nursing, casework
recreational and cultural
uiams and voluntary ,,,,-
the aged.
The Home is now pioneerim; m
a new program: Day (are It is
available to senior citizens, who
neither need nor desire institu-
tional care, but who will benefit
from the nutritious food, com-
panionship and programs at the
Home. They continue to live in
the community and are at the
Home from morning through the
Ding meal.
Belicvma firmly that -.striving



lol
1
In
th, Nation.,! CtHUH
o/onx "|(|
that .i -h, >P pro-
:n continued t" i
: should
I by
Fi
net
vocatioi itsbiliz-
ntinuii
th,
I
a!','! i .,r< oi tin
u i
ol
] : v is in-
it. [acili-
t,, thi community has creaU *i
l ts more readily turn
H'l'.il help that i all
III
In ill-advised
ons whei nil) and
personal problems In tli,
op." i its adoption ;
th, agenc) ha- been guided bj
most modern < 'hat
hav, ,, attempted in other
in the countr>
Not COI ', :.' ith ii ating and
Li i ractn these new
developments, tin
that there must l>e more
ties for tl
people rr than
time
i the i, wish
lh< \-, : a th !., ad-
mi"
tionship was ,.s
i

pen
dim
rk help
-ut
ver
the wish
I is Mr- I.,., tctav
lirector \:
Talking things over at Jewish Family Service i
whether it's a problem at home or not being aft
the right kind of job or even if this younq man,
less wife are hoping to adopt an infant to can)
piness.
COMMUNITY ggg FOR EVERY ONE
GMJCC Has Inter.
For Every Age
The GMJCC has been desig-
nated to provide leisure time and
itional -cmces for the Jew.
ish community of Dsde county
and offers a program for every
member of the family, frVim pre
,lio,d age through golden age.
The (enter serves over 8.000 in-
dividuals annually.
Program are now conducted
at three buildings: on the Beach
>36 Bay rd (the former
VHMA); in Miami at the former
YMHA. 450 SW 16th ave ; and at
tin Hauler Granada Jewish Com
munity (enter, 50 NW 51st pi.
\- newer geographical areas in
the county have been developing
with amaiing rapidity, the Cen-
ter has found it necessary to pro-
addlUoDsl ervieea outside of
these i.n ihtu-s
GMJCC now conducts jointly
sponsored youth programs with
Gables Jewish Center
through it- Sisterhood, the North
Dsde ii wish Center and the Hia-
leah Miami Springs Jewish Cen-
ter In the instance of the North
Jewish Center, a jointly
d day camp was success-
lulls completed at that location
this past summer, making this
the lourth of the county-wide day
camp- operated kjj
Consultative and
ice-, including I
have been provided!
and other com
lions The Center]
plete range of
ery auc level at
ifflr-i r> school with)
history and transit
enced t earner^ utL
children from threl
of age, lor half enrollment.
Hot meals are ij
all-day program,
program combines I
ment- oi Ji-h
best in Aroencai
make a rounded i
the child
Kor the rhikfcaf
mother- who are|
i ade levell
day a m eek afternasj
de'r -killed lei
are puked up it'
and returned to
Center vehicle-Si
day I hey are gi^
group experience il
game- arts and
and sinning. F*'
from the third Si
Continued*"1
National Jewish Welfare Board Among Semcts
Receiving Assistance from local Concerted* ffrorf
CJA ip|
YOU did this last year!
.. -^::';.b t;.;,:,:jt:;.;"'............
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
LOCAL SERVICES
ISRAEL and OVERSEAS
RV.CE, CULTURAL. REUG.OUS
J537.SOO
409,990
23.22S
*nd EDUCATIONAL
CIVIC DEFENSE
m*** 9re.,.r mJXZszz i
2S.4S0
3S.SO0
b met.
in Th. nHd. .r.
9rowinfl -_ th#
r*qW,r *+" which mu
GiH* ** WWr in ,956 ,0
**"iv CJA rtcord
9oal.
cultural and welfare sgencu-s
| work in behalf oi Jewry
in ,li fieldi of human experience.
Important among these is the
nal Jewish Welfare Board
which work* with 30X1 UJ. Jewish
communities to provide home hos-
pitality, recrestioo, persons) serv-
and cultural programs for
Jewish servicemen In addition.
JWB provides Jewish chaplaincy
' GIs and patients in
military establishments snd VA
hospitals
included in this category sre
such diversified service agencies.
N Levi Memorial hospital.
Bnai Bnth Youth Services Ap-
peal. Yiddish Scientific Institute
and the American Association for
JewttJi fjnnajlgaj
addition. Federation's arm
r> 'ce reaches out to strength
-n 1" religious and educational "7 nluuM cl
institution, in the United States ** "^Mian*
"elude yeshiv. University. Gwat,eT CmZ *
Jewi Seminary. Drop- munity C***-
Hehrea Theological are progiam*
""' '-hicagoi and the Syna- time needs
1 mcil of America. every age !*
These y
leasuie -tune
oung'*'
actndf]


P. 1956
+J**Mnk*idtoni
Page 9B
\SH EDUCATION
ssured Tcrah
II be Their Heritage
Jewish Educa-
kmi la the edu-
m Greater Mi-
ration
Jewish Educa-
compared with
[Board of Public
Jureau assisting,
guiding the ad-
programming
fcsh schools. Just
i Board provides
tr training, cur-
classroom ob-
sultation, so the
Bureau of Jewish Education pro-
vides these services to its affili-
ated Jewish schools along with
in-training classes for Jewish
teachers, publication of festival
and pedagogic bulletins and con-
stant research for improving edu-
cational standards.
Again, like the Dade County
Board, the Bureau sponsors sec-
ondary education by admitting
graduates of elementary Jewish
schools to its central high school
for five years of training. Five
graduates of central high school
have been registered in rabbin-
ical seminaries.
In collaboration with the Rab-
binical Association of Greater Mi-
ami, the Bureau is now imple-
menting a systematic plan for
adult Jewish studies. The plan
calls for elementary courses, un-
der special standards set up by
the Bureau, in individual Jewish
congregations, with recognized
credits leading to admission into
the Bureaus College of Jewish
Studies.
Last year over 200 certificates
of completion were awarded to
adult students at nine Jewish syn-
agogues. The Bureau also pro-
vides program service to all Jew-
ish organizations for meetings
and special events of the year
making use of its extensive audio-
visual materials of films, film-
strips and recordings.
The Bureau is particularly
proud of its Central Jewish Li-
Leaders in the food and produce industry
meet at the home of Carl Susskind and ring
up 50 per cent increases over last year in
behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Part of the key group are (seated) Haiold
Levinson, Muray Mattes, Bernard Stevens
and Al Marner. Standing are Irving Fein,
Mortie Neiman, Joe Cohen, Rabbi Max
Schenk, Carl Susskind, Leo Chaikin, Eman-
uel Smith ind Sydney Josepher.
GMJCC Has Interests for Every Age
Continued from Pag* 8 B
there are afternoon groups cater-
ing to special interests such as
art. ballet, dramatics and athlet-
ics. Over 40 teenage clubs spon-
sored by GMJCC. serving more
than 1.000 youth, conduct week-
ly meetings and other activities
under the guidance ol advisors,
who are supervised by the Cen-
ter professional staff. These
groups participate in athletic
leagues and many social func-
tions. Special groups have also
been organized for the. young
adult population, including clubs
for young men and women be-
tween 18 to 25 and other units
for single people over 25.
A variety of adult classes in*
elude art. Latin American danc-
ing, folk dancing, bridge, men's
Israeli Institutions Benefit
From Miami's CJA Fund Drive
their voice in
le ancient He-
have learned
schools of
Schools, their
leaching stand-
vised by the
Education.
Igencies Help
lity's Rights
^nnual CJA drive
ivic defense
Hum helps safc-
^rr "f .town and
hjhts.
- Appeal.
r ol the Anti-
i of B'nai
in Jewish
I neficiary of
Ji wish Appeal.
more than a
1 have joined
nti scmitisin
harmony,
n the commu-
conducting
and clucation-
I lie Ameri Beth Sholom, president of the He has called upon all segments
lewiab War Greater Miami Rabbinical Associa- 0f the Jewish community to join
lc National Com- tion, has issued a call for unified in this crusade for life dollars at
Advisory Coun- and dedicated action by the Jewish a time when Jewish survival and Hadassah operates hospitals in Is
community in support of the Com- democracy are at a crossroads in rael and finances Israels only
the Middle East. medical school. The agency rep-
Rabbi Kronisr., In a talk given resents Youth Aliyah in the U.S.
a youth immigration movement
which has brought over 65.000
Jewish children to Israel in the
last 20 years.
brary of Judaica containing over
6.000 volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish fDUCATION-IMMIGRATION-HUMANITARIAN
and English. Teachers, scholars
and general book lovers borrow
over 1,000 volumes each year un-
der the Library's free circulation
plan.
The board of directors of the
bureau, widely representative of
schools, rabbis, teachers and Jew-
ish organizations, is a dedicated
group of lay and professional
leaders, who give generously of
their time and energies to fur-
ther the objectives of the Bureau.
President is Mrs. Matilda Rat-
ner. Executive director is Louis
Schwartzman. The agency is lo-
cated at 135 NW 3rd ave.. Miami.
Through the Combined Jewish
Appeal. Miami Jewry actively par-
ticipates in the support and
strengthening of top level insti-
tutions of learning in Israel, such
as the American Technion Soci-
ety and the Weizmann Institute
of Science. These and other im-
RABBI KR0NISH IN MESSAGE HERE
Rabbinical Association Calls on Greater Miami Jewry
Wholeheartedly to Support Combined Appeal Campaign
Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple bined Jewish Appeal drive.
portant educational programs will
help Israel acquire the engineer-
ing skill and technical know-how
necessary for the achievement jf
economic self-sufficiency.
HIAS. representing the consoli
dation of the Hebrew Immigrant
Aidd Society, the United Service
for New Americans and the Mi-
gration Service of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, helps inte-
grate immigrants into the United
States. HIAS provides food and
shelter to newcomers, and devel-
ops resettlement programs for
newly arrived immigrants with
local U.S. communities
Hadassah. the Women's Zionist
Organization of America, has
been active for over 40 years m
Israel in the fields of medicine,
social service and child welfare.
and women'i athletics. There are
frequent social and educational
functions for adults.
Senior citizens, over 55 years
of age, have found a warm wel-
come and new friendships at the
Sunday afternoon Golden Age
club meetings. This club con-
ducts many special events such
as cookouts. picnics and boat
rides, and several times during
the year, plays host to the 300
senior citizens served in the
county-wide Golden Age program
of GMJCC. The Center provides
an extension service for residents
at the Jewish Home for the Aged
as well as in its own buildings.
The students of the School for
Practical Nursing of Mt. Sinai
hospital do field work in the Cen-
ter nursery schools.
GMJCC is affiliated locally with
the Welfare Planning Council of
Dade County.
President is Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Executive director is Efraim
Gale. The agency is at 450 SW
18th ave., Miami.
omen's Council Offers
" Many Diversified Aids
kough its Varied Programs
before members of the CJA cam-
paign cabinet, stressed the impor-
tance of strengthening the Jewish
family in Greater Miami, spiritual-
ly and otherwise, by uniting in the *
historic humanitarian cause. agencies perfdrm a vital part. Die
The president of the Rabbinical family services, the child care and
Association asked all local reli- youth agencies, the organizations
council of Jew- lish classes and also assist with gious. fraternal, civic and educa- assisting the aged and handicapped.
Wei funds from claims for indemnification against (iona| organjMtions to mass behind the hospital and recreation centers,
"PPort of its Germany They also help local i-,H^rshin and to volun- re serving everyone in our city.
" Born Program persons to make claims under the ihr aA Iership and to volun
"k,| M weJ1 as Fcderal Law for Compensatio to teer their efforts to insure success ^J- J alI,nclusivc
Victims of Persecution under the "All of us in the Greater Miami community campaign conducted
National Sociali- area arP menibers of one commu cacn year by the Greater Miami
Among other praiseworthy com- nj(v .. (he spirituai |eader said Jewish Federation, it is our moral
Unit^l7JCe;-Cl.,UncU C,nd"CtrS "Here we live work, play and rear resPons,b,l,y to support these in
an Aid to-the-Blind project, par- tiere e nvr. w *. i ) nituUoiU. A single gift to the
ticipates in a geriatrics program our families. There are nearl ^ ^ fc
at Jewish Home for the Aged and 65 000 of us, each an individual, """"""
l children at the Miramar but all having many interests and *> "* ". important agencies
1. problems in common. '" *f*" M'an wh,ch affpct Xhl'
Section president is Mrs. Jean We have a common stake in hves ,,f a < Us
>s tor naturaliza-
KUve part in
I
h;,'-, Immigration
'"'i'lents who
iMce and
taunlgratioB of
' '" the i mted
i new C. Lehman Execut vtary making this a better community
peers
^ttauuj tad Kng.
iss Minnie Feinberg. 135 NW f,- our* d our children. In
Beth Sholom's spiritual leader
said Miami can help expand the
13th ave., Miami.
that ir health and welfare free service programs at Mt. Sinai
hospital. "Our dollars go to work
for the leisure and recreation pro-
grams of young and old alike at
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. They help newly
settled refugee families aided by
the National Council of Jewish
Women, and our dollars lend
strength to our Jewish heritage
through the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
"Here, in# Greater Miami, we are
one familyand Federation is the
parent organization which unite;
our good work toward the gr
good for all
TO OA...AND VOLUNTEER FOR CJA DUTY...TO SAVE LIVES


rJ&istJkrMVL
Page 10 B
rage iud________^_______-------------------------- ^
Hebrew Academy Dinner Due
'Our School Belongs to the Community'-Binder
t
Letter) from Leaders
And Abroad Pr*^
School f
or its
By B. I. BINDER
President, The Hebrew Academy
libra
r
small group or even

a small group < c.....
hip, but rather b
munitj r Miami
when ill- was establ -
I
scholarship,
i
nts. a capacil
.
.....
The '
far from New York and
ik-
ntelligen!
I '
future
! i Hers of praise to theTlebreu Acad
section of the world in the past few \ears ^
Community leaden of the United States rwj
j\r made it a point to visit the Hebrew?!
rtaj in Miami Beach.
The alertness and enthusiasm of the a
isive and dynamic education
im this is how these
ers have generally expressed their
ions.
Moslte Sharett. Foreign Minister
. I Israel, one of the Academy's
distinguished visitors in recent
reported: "I am amazed to
find such a modern academy lo-
nther long established Jewish com
munities of America."
Dr. Leo Jung, professor of ethics
at Yeshiva I'nivcrsity, is an annual
visitor here Writing to Rabbi Al
exander Gross, principal of the
ew Academy, Dr. Jung said:
The Hebrew Academy is among
the mot distinguished of the 170
da> schools in this country. It com-
bines loyalty to tradition with
. modernity and educational ap-
proach with up-to Hebrew Acad pedagogy \
M thcrs and In another letter received by
Rabbi Gross, Dr. Robert Gordis
ips -Ins year profeaaor of Bible at the Jewish

Auxiliary Organizations Vital
Arm of All-Day Beach School


LI
r'irtel, Mrs Henrj Theological Seminary of America Cfcoir/Bflll pf {
Mis Miriam Pell and professor of religion at Co-
active in the
tation has
ui h ol the fall
profe
lumbia University, wrote: "The ExprtSStS QfttM
knowledge of your children, their
love of the Bible and comprehen
sion of the Talmudall of which
!lin'' I was able to observe at first hand
By HAHTvj
Chairman all
Coast]
Mn. Irving firfel
. Academy Women
TOP SOCIAL [VENT OF THE YEAR
Mm. Miriam Solkoff
P.-TA.
i ct ol the year, the
Pictorial Journal 'I he room moth
,r 'r lnk between the whlch &#&* to n* skill and de.
ents and th< school The PTA votlon o( the tnUrt Academy
h.,- again highlighted its activities staff,"
with moves di
munity relations for Uu
Honorary the He-
brew v. omen is Mr- Sid-
:
t 45th si
rs in the
atti e event and t I
: rnu- and
Eighth Annual School Dinner Will Elicit Support
From Top Leaden of Jewish Community Here
H I net.
"
nd
\ u e
nnually of i Davi I
'
ling
The Hebrew .
Sh*

*ho has
dinners
in boti
the li

' :'
ntel igent futu

American
The Hel
1 an deel has cap! i


rest
Mr
.on is
was completed by the joyous As the Hetavfl
atmosphere in which they study. |N ei*h'h yt*l
press my grjUWaj
and women 4
themselves to
turn the Ifti
School in the Sal
V c are pail
the services
h> I! I Binder)
der whose tea
Academy has i
of expansion
provide higheri
Hebrew and
dren ol our i
We are
Fob 5 It artl
and members fl
em) that sftouldl
UU entire i
to this dinner HI
to the man '
untiringly ia1
eratioo of Jews'
'
tabki A/tJ.r Creu
Principal "f America.
Ill
the
Nine Years Have Made a Diffen
nat,on no i ai pr., de~;,,:.
. n- kind m} h Home for
results m the trainii ommunftj
girls are
ited ah ut it lh;" the Great

By HERMAN EISENBERG
Executive Director, Hebrew
Academy
Hebrew fcadems |
,:'""g Us ninth
Councilman Halperin,
> Khool recentl, J*" '" ni> heart one. n can look back with
Its attainment.
pride up<.n
field of
Jewiat education, and in aervices j progress of m
to our community \ktal !*
In the comparatively short time and philanll
of its exisUnce. it has wrought a hanced by
notable change in the Jewish life trained youta
"f our city Cardinal Jewish values of toinorn*
kuch as the study of Torah, the selves UlOH
of the Sabbath and the we oj UJ
Sanctity of the Synagogue and interested
Home, have become integral and j The Acaa
motivating forces not only in the school. "* ,
tudents. but also in p>
r respective homes.
The increase in the number of
Oil in this country
attests to a resurgence in the in tu
terest ol Jewish youth education eenl "f ll
icant achievement of the refused
\eademy locally is the ac Inability w
peptanee of its program by the Academy are
community at large. ,P<*>r *"*__
'he Aeademv hv it. Hvnamic 1
and Engli*"
,,, the comma
,1 ii ma*
vihicb
PU
Academy, by its dynamic
progressive program, aims to envia
hie
Charles Fruchtmon
Co-Chairman
-sVj
* Beniamin Appl
Cs-Ckairman
< ft '*> sea, ~ ----
uild a well-integrated Jewish per- lt> ^"'u*'
-"ii-lity. one wkweh should experi- ihip "Kl "^a*
nee no emotional or intellectual places m J
clash between being a loyal Jew has been ^-
and a loyal American at the same caton a ^
rated to w ^
Jael Malawrf.
Chei
time
The miracle of Jewish survival
' etoeali bound up with the sur-
vival of Hebrew and the teachings
' our Torah. The welfare cad
He***1
tellectual
The
ing ol th
every Je*


Heads
immittee
will head the
f the brilliant
, r-ning tfie Com*
:il drive on Sun-
Inebleau hotel.
been active for
nipnit.iiit commu-
Biri pir activities,
|e- Miami commu-
\c\i\ positions of
the Combined
nop its inception.
ssu to serve on
nmittee are the
M Sapiro, Anna
lanley C. Myers,
J. Heiman, Sam
|d Thurman, Isi-
Gimbel. Jack A.
fVVien, Louis Glas-
John Serbin. Da-
pard Broad. Monte
edor, Aaron Kan-
,lacob Sher, Ber-
Leon Jacob*.
dults
Pick
sident
i^s recently been
it of the Young
the Greater Mia-
lunity ("enter.
[hi been active
various programs
Ian education major
I Miami.
[him in an official
[be Klain Andole,
Harr) Safra, treas-
r rding -ecreta-
'/ chaplain;
iiamentarian;
I anl .it-arms.
tiled Sunday
I Ishfp Club of
pch will sponsor an
' on Sunday
B>. at 450 SW 16th
Bounced by Henry
ent iif the group.
*J*sltfhrlMt>
'Sweet Sixteen' for
Alyce Goldberg
Miss Alyce Goldberg's "sweet
sixteen" party Saturday, Jan. 21,
will be a term*I ^fair ir> whirt.100
teenagers of Greater Miami will
participate.
A full course dinner dance with
music by Juan Cortez and his or-
chestra will take place from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. in the Blue room of the
Delano hotel.
A seven-foot cake is being pre-
pared for this occassion, plus a sil-
ver wine cup, also seven-foot high,
which will be put on a turntable
decorated with lumps of sugar tied
with ribbons.
The turn-table will present a car-
rousel effect throughout tHe eve-
ning. The words "Happy Birthday
Alyce" will be displayed on top of
the whre cup.
One Hundred individual birth-
day cakes with lighted candles will
be brought out at dessert time in
a darkened room.
. Alyce is the daughter of the
Charles C. Goldbergs. Mr. Gold-
berg is managing director of the
Delano.
Page 11 B
fint Anniversary Fete
Coral chapter of the American
Medical Center will mark its first
anniversary at the Colony restau-
rant Wednesday morning, Feb. 1.
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PPRECIATION
I We, the Officers anl Directors of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, publicly express our deep gratitude to the Rabbis and Officers
Synagogues and Temples of the Greater Miami Area listed below, fur having made a HEBREW ACADEMY SABBATH possible.
[Through the voices of the congregations and their respective Rabbis, our fellow Jews will be alerted to the need of maximum support
(Academy's educational program. ,
Shabbos Shiro (Sidroh Beshalach), which this year falls on January 28th, will bo dedicated annually as a trditienal community-wide
nee of HEBREW ACADEMY SABBATH.
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HERMAN EISINIIIG, Executive Director
HABBY FIELDS
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CHABLES M. rVUeifTMAN, Vic* President
HYMAN 6AIAUT
HARRY CENET, Cbntnswn Exec. Committee
MAirm ceNrr
SAUl OENfT
JW06E CNABIES CEBYlEt
UN ZfON GINSBUBG
HATHAH 6INSAURG, Secretary
ALIEN tOtOBfte
SOL 0O4eaN, AHIHr
iOSEPfT CONSHOA
RAW AIEXANOEB S. CROSS, Principal
MOSES ORtJNDWEBG
SAMUEL At GAUNOWEBG, fulfil*
HYMAN JAOLON
JACOt KAOFAUN, Vke President
GEDROE RLMMEL
HABBY KOBETZKY, Cs Trees-rer
AARON S. IAUEB
DAVID IEVINS0M
HABBY LEVITT, Menerory Vice President
KCHMAM lORIA, H*n*r*ry Vice PreeinW
ML IBWIN M. MAKOVSKY, Medico! Adviser
ABRAHAM MASON
AlCX MM.UB
MOBBIS AUUER
ABBAMAM M0ST0VY
HENRY PEHCHAHSHY
NORMAN BEINHABD
SAMUEL RE1NHAR0, Vice President
JOSEPH ROSE
BURNETT ROTH
SIDNEY RURINOWITZ, Secretory
RAYMOND BURIN, Vice Preside**
SAMUEL SAKOLS
HYMAN SANDIER
JACK SATIN, Vke President
BENJAMIN SNlftt
MAX SIIVERRER6, Secret.ry
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MORRIS SUOARMAN
HARRY WASSIRMAN
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rTnTZ fl T QHORTq Beth Israel Slates New Hebrew Class
{jUVJriALl OnUIV 1 k3 ofl reIig, the ^ of education, -id W
FIASHfS FROM THE NEAR EAST
CAIRO (WNS)A decree which slates that it would 1"' against the
Mamie faith to conclude peace with Israel was issued this week by a
.special committee of Moslem religious scholars, known as ulema-. 01
interpreters of Moslem religious law. Meeting under the chairmanship
of Sheikh Mohammed Hassanein Makhloul al Al Azhar University, tfte
emmitte considered the line that Moslems must take with regard to
Israel and toward joining foreign military pacts. It decided that anyone
who shirked his duty to restore what it called "the usurped land to its
> wn rightful people." or otherwise served the "ends oi imperialism and
Zionism," wool,I be considered a renegade and a mortal sinner.
Beth Israel Congregation religi
on, ichool will sponsor new Me-
brew class for beginning students,
Dr. Irwin Makov>ky. chairman of
the board of education, said Wed-
nesday.
Registration for the new semes-
ter, which will begin in February,
_ Friday
s now in pn^l
the congregate 3
New student, L
school will lM be.
the new semester gi
In honor of 1^
brew school *d|
Oneg Shabbat
CASABLANCA fJTA) The Moroccan Mini-tn oi Public Instruc-
assumed responsibilitj for Jewish religious education ii
| here defining its area ol jurisdiction li announced thai I n
education will come under the aegis ol the Ministry following discus
i with Chiel Rabbi said Dalian who will desij nate a competent rabbi
to direct tin- area of public education Talmudic education will lx
istered by the Ministry's Section for Private Teachin The Minis
statement also referred to Alliance Israelite I'niverselle schools in
Morocco, reporting that the Minister had received the Moroccan
c ol the Alliance
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
PRAGUE WNS Twelve Jews have been arrested ii capi-
tal "I Czechoslovakia, on suspicion of es] e on behall ol Israel
curding to reports received from Tan- The arrests were made,
report, alter a member ol the Egyptian Economic Mission had lost
his document- in a tram between Prague and Pilsen. The Czech police
suspected that the documents were stolen i>> spies working lor Israel
The documents related to Czechoslovakia's munitions exports to I
THE HAGUE \\\s The questionnaire which was sent out by the
Arab Boycott Committee Against Israel to the Federation of Dutch
chants, in which merchants nt this country who trade with Aral'
countries were asked ii they have Jewish employees and trade with
Israel, was a "mistake.' according to a letter received this week by the
federation from the Arab committee in Damascus Syria
FRANKFURT (JTA>Jewish youth leaders and potential youth
leaders from various communities in West Germany held an eigt-day
conference on Jewish youth activities in the country in a castle in the
Odenwald Mountains The conference was the first of its kind arranged
in Germany since the closing of the major DP Camps six year- ,
VIENNA (JTA)- An intensified fight in Hungary against the Jew-
Mi religion is urged in the official Hungarian Communist organ, "Propa-
gandists," which was received here. Ait editorial in the publication says
at the Jewish religion is as "reactionary" as other religions
shoud, therefore, be combatted together with the Catholic faith
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
TUCSON, Arizona JTA \ call I i the I'niti : States Govi rnment
'and firmly behind the Tripartite D. ,,M,|V
Israel with "legitimate means of self-defensi i th< llth
ual convention of the Western Association i Rabbis I
HAVANA, Cuba JTA)
i ish community, has been promote.I to the rank nl Grand Offici
rderol Commercial Merit at the su iban I lumber
ommerce, ol winch he has been a board [or IP. years Mr
Kate- was recently named a hevalier i the 1.
' > h government.
NEW YORK (JTA Dr Harrj Tal Israel's Nal
Physical Laboratory, has invented a oneway m rror which will convert
energy to steam, thus bi n i olar electric power within
oi technology, he stated m an interview here Dr Tabor who
. not foresee use oi his method tor the production ol low cost elec-
tricity through steam turbines, believes that it can be used foi
i r cooling homes, for making fresh water from salt and
pressure -team lor paper production and and Other indu trial
BOSTON (JTA)Discrimination in Massachusetts hotel- and rr
sorts Is being corrected and the number of complaints i- droppin
lob bias complaints have been handled through conference and
conciliation during the year ending November 30 1955 it was reported
by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination The n
noted that the commission had received, initiated and processed 284
tters pertaining to discrimination in employment in th.- period and
m no case had it been forced to refer the matter to a formal hearing
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
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JERUSALEM (.ITA.-Mrs. Yehudi Menuhin, wife of the violinist
no to now appearing m Israel, has protested against Israel customs
filiations which, she said, made i, Impossible for her to give ,
in, Israeli without -victimizing" him. in a letter to the JeS m: ,
Mis. Menuhin said that "foreigners such as mysell who hnv. V
whelmed by the generosity and hospitality o7SpS^nto v.ltani
and courageous country." are being prevented from expreslnl their .J
TEL AVIV (JTA)-A plan for Israel to tighten its belt in fho
nomic and manpower fields and place itself in the h*L u
off an expected attack from the Jfrab states ha. bUn^S VE
Mapai Party, largest party in Israel and leader of the J,vernn n. i )
t.on. The plan, which was prepared by a ZZ\ 5 ah
headed by Pinchas Lavon. former Defen e Mims er SmL,T,2
to the political committee of the party ^r S^^lSSff6
plementation. it was learned here ""W and eventual im.
JERUSALEM (JTA)-The first Judah L Magnes Sholirvhin ,
ed by the Hebrew University has gone 10/?!? iP.mrd"
student, the university announced here &?X2?wL2lu'Ff
majoring in English and philosophy and Plans to S a^ in o ?
for the blind. The scholarship, worth 810 pounds a ear Jl 3T*
in honor of the late president of the univer" established
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mm A FEW HOURS OF YOUR TIME IN MIAMI TO SAVE A PRECIOUS LIFE ABROAD! W II %  %W 111* Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, January 27, 1956 Price 20tf iel Organizes Home Defense To Prepare Against Invasion i*~ lilization Will tssifate New Economies ILEM <.ITA>—The politkittec of the Mapai Party, | feadini,' government coalikp, approved Wednesday \n Plan for mobilizing oanpower and economic for an expected Arab wnmiuee which drafted paredness" plan—under nanslup of former De|ni-tcr I'inchas Lavon— jctcd to work out the |of putting the plan into tposal ragfMti that the ^nt proclaim a "state of ken," set up a National Council composed of eitirasenting all parties in bcludmy the far right; usify manpower now for he army and defense in-, hen the need arises, re. movement out of the Bf military age men and prepare air raid warning kction services and shellce government spending |en the economy, and inspecial taxation program he costs of the preparedram. |meanwhile reported from that the Scandinavian have offered themselves %  on between Israel and states The report has I as a feeler in a dispatch by the London Times fnhagen. The report said 1. Hansen, of Denmark, is M to have promised the parliament's Foreign Polilittee to raise the question. INITIAL GlfTS iffORT AIMS AT IMMEDIATE $1.000.000 PUDGE FROM TOP GIVERS Inaugural Dinner is Scheduled Sunday at Fontainebleau JMrs. SimMhotf Wiimkh A brilliant and historic inaugural dinner attended by nearly 1,000 Jewish leaders will launch Greater Miami's most intensive effort to strengthen Israel and alleviate human need throughout the world. The 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal will open officially on Sunday evening, Jan. 29, in the Grand ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel where, under the leadership of Sam J. Heiman and a multitude of outstanding personalities in community life, an effort will be made to raise $1,000,000 toward the 1956 CJA goal. *i Top UIA Executive Rabbi Herbert Friedman Will be Main Speaker A dynamic young rabbi who. in June. 1955 was named executive vice chairman of the nationwide United Jewish Appeal, will be principal speaker at the official launching of the Combined Jewish Appeal on Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau hotel. Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, of New York, is considered one of the most colorful of this country's Jewish leaders and one of the most gifted spokesmen in Jewish affairs. The brilliant religious leader appeared here some two months ago to confer with local Jeaders on the Israel crisis. He will make a special flying trip from New York City to address the inaugural event slated here Jan. 29. The UJA executive vice chair, man has achieved an outstanding record of leadership in humanitarian endeavors as a rabbi, army chaplain, then as assistant advisor on Jewish affairs to the Command ing General of U.S. Occupation Forces in Germany and as a member of the United Jewish Appeal's active leadership. Rabbi Friedman, in helping to guide the American Occupation Command in its relations with the displaced persons, performed significant service for his country as well as for the HP's. His work in this field gained him a notable reputation as an architect of social welfare programs. look symbolises their hope after years of sufferexiie. These new arrivaU in Israel are the new state's "core-brought home by the United Jewish Appeal %  qe "* 1 ros| ty of world Jewry. But their future may not be U w ay sinc# I ra *l' Arab neighbors are determined "• Ne ar East of what Egypt's Col Nasser has called er ln ur midst.'* UJA Life Dollars can combat Israel's now. Comer The record sum of $1,450,000 was established as the goal in recognition of the growing needs of local, national and overseas agencies. The additional emergency fund of $375,000 is Greater Miami's ringing response to the crisis which faces thousands of anxious North African families who seek refuge in Israel. This special fund will be earmarked to finance immigration of 40,000 Jews from tension ridden Morocco. Carl Weinkle, inaugural dinner chairman and prominent civic leader, announced that reservations were nearing the 1,000 mark and that there were good prospects of an all-time record attendance at the traditional kick-off event. Weinkle has named seven outstanding Jewish communal leaders as vice chairmen of the important dinner affair. They are Sam Blank. Shepard Broad, Jack Carner, Isidore Hecht, Howard Kane, Abe Kurman and Arnold Seeder. Heiman, who recently returned from Israel as a member of the KABBI HtKBlKT fMEOMAN BetMrnJ la Miami RELATED STORIES: Pa. 7-9 B extraordinary overseas United Jewish Appeal study mission, has reported his finding to the Greater Miami community. A desperate and grave situation exists in Israel. The nation is harassed by border 'Contiuued on Page 2 A EXPECTED TO URGE ISRAELI CONCESSIONS Eden on Way to Washington LONDON (JTA) — British prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden left by boat Tuesday for the United States and Washington, where he is expected to discuss the U.S. via the Far East, tion with President Eisenhower snd Secretary of State John Pester Dulles. OX Women's Division Poised For maximum Campaign Push "The women of Greater Miami stand shoulder to shoulder, prepared for the call to the historic campaign which lies ahead.'! Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. campaign chairman, and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Women's Division year round president, thus expressed their enthusiastic response to the call by the Combined Jewish Appeal for women volunteers. The Women's Division is uninue in that they have consistently fr.jone over the top in achieving their quota for the past three years. In addition, they supply literally thousands of volunteers in hundreds of miscellaneous campaign duties which would normally exhaust the energies and patience-of an athlete. CJA women volunteers have been at work in the campaign offices of the division filing, typing, telephoning, cross-checking of files,, addressing envelopes, stuffing invitations and a myriad of other arduous jobs. Last year, the division raised nearly 12 percent of the entire campaign goal. Evelyn Shuckburgh, Deputy Minister of State in the Foreign Office and British Middle East policy advisor, reported to the Prime Minister before their departure on his talks in Washington last week with George V. Allen Assistant Secretary of State. Mr. Shuckburgh had reContinued on Pees 3 A



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January 27, 1956 +Jtm>isl>n r ira% r A cmininc icil Divisions Irofherhood ie at Meets j and Miami Beach Divi\hv local section of Natouncil "f Jewish Women t H Wednesday afternoon. i lie Beach Kroup is slated r in the Aladdin room of jiers hotel. Ij ladies will meet at Koui 70S SU 3rd sf! Theme affairs is "Human Rela%  d Mioiherhood." [( (ritinger, assistant defef (Jreater Miami Jewish [j .in. will address the Miami ;>rv Rosenberg, Beth Dahtual leader, will be moderline aie chairmen Mrs, Da^ch and Mrs. B. F. BresroRram chairmen are Mrs. r and Mrs. Sam KohMrs. Leon Kaplan will fair: \^Jn tli Page 3 <-J~Lovnefront Proceeds Slated — -=-^ For P\#W$M#VX :f69lT qq Divi-inn will hear Dr. ^in I! Kr^cnberg, executive eater Miami Jewish n. in a dscussion followshowing of "Boundary a film demonstrating how can live together harmoniard Grove will preside. chairman is Mrs. Ben Bnsburg Council of Jewish Women, Miami Division, will be treated to an expert's opinions at their next discussion group meeting Feb. 7. when they gather at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Swart*. 3300 Granada blvd.. Coral Gables. Speaker will be the well known Norman Bean, pictured with chairman Mrs. Mike Baskin. Bean, director of engineering at WTVJ, will discuss "Mysteries from Outer Space." He was engaged by the Air Force in the last war to work on guided missiles and is a leading authority on space ships, flying saucers and related subjects. Mrs. Roosevelt Will Be Miami Speaker Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Dr. Joseph Burg. Minister of Post, Telephones and Telegraph of the State of Israel, will be among the outstanding American and Israeli personalities who will address the 1956 inaugural conference for Israel Bonds to be held Saturday evening. Feb. 4, and Sunday, February 5. at the Hotel Seville in Miami Beach, it was announced Wednesday by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, women's division chairman. Mrs. Roosevelt will be guest of honor at a special Sabbath luncheon at the conference on Saturday, Feb. 4. Dr. Burg, who is coming to America especially for the conference, will present a detailed report on the current situation in Israel. Mr\. F/rener *eoveff 'Get Acquainted' Party Greater Miami Auxiliary of the American Medical Center at Denver will hold a "get acquainted" membership party at the Roney Plaza hotel. Chairman is Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld. Co-chairman is Mrs. Morris Goluskin. More than 800 Jewish communal leaders will attend the conference, which will mark the official launching of the 1956 Israel Bond campaign in hundreds of cities and towns throughout the country, Mrs. Myers stated. the evening's entertainment, which will feature a dairy, smorgasbord, are Mrs. Henry Gewitz and Mrs. William Kesselman. Program planner! has been arranged by Mrs. M. II. Rosenhou.se. Mrs. Miriam Pell Solkoff. president of the Hebrew Academy Parent Teachers Association, has announced that a Malava Malka will be held at the Tides hotel on Saturday evening. Proceeds will be used toward the purchase of playground equipment. In charge of reservations is Mrs Henry Penchansky. Chairman and co-chairman for Pioneer Women Eye Philanthropy Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women is making plans for a smorgasbord dinner Feb. 12 in Beth David.auditorium. The arrangements committee is under the chairmanship of Mrs. Ida Meyers, assisted by Mrs. Fred Sandier, co-chairman. It was announced by Mrs. Jacob Raffel, Kadimah president, that proceeds will aid the program for Moetzet Hapoalot, Israel's counterpart to the American Pioneer Women. Funds will help such projects as Israel agricultural and vocational schools, day nurseries and kindergartens, a nursing mothers' home and a youth village in Jerusalem. • • • Mrs. Eva Kahn will be hostess to the Golda Myerson club of Pioneer Women at an Oneg Shabbat in her home. 2101 SW 16th ave., Saturday. Jan. 28. Guest speaker will be Dr. J. A. Lshlon. flYo* don't have to bo overweight! m V v f i i BROWN KASHA All NEW (TI-SIZE IUE RYE IATZO CRACKW WE RYE TASTI... $0 CUSP IT CIACKLES! y MANISCHEWITZ "The Greatest Na.Tc in Kosher foods I is rich In protein and other wholesome | food elements. Less fattening! Roasted f nutlike flavor of 100% real buckwheat. f For tempting, delightful ways to serve this I Old World favorite, write for my free new I Buckwheat Cook Book to Phyllis Wolff. Penn Yan. 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^knlstfkf:^^ Paq6B_ Miss HeiTbrurTs Gown Featured Rose Point Uce'Over Pure Silk rafrcta Sunday. Dec. 25. was the data Best man J^ chosen by Hiss Iris rleilbrui. or uncle ol d HeUbrun. her mama,, ^ wen e and Al • Me.lbrun is th< r ol Mr brother* oi the br.de a £ J^ and .Mrs. Max He.lbrun. 358 Euciia doff, brt.ther-.n--a* of U ave M.am. Beach. an,l Mr Ka.z Decoration* ^ h te Ria is the son of Mr. and Mrs Morn* ol,. white pompoms and shellpmK KM. Brooklyn. N V an,! Rabbi Shm.ry.hu frnrdf ottiJ elated, assisted by JJJJJj Bibor Stern and Eugen. P. The lace pattern ql the long-line fitu | si was completi I violinist. d ?T'fc Movies are hotter than ever in such far flung outpod, ..crording to Meet Ravan, member of InitMta promotion department Vacationing at the AI • |d, Rvn just concluded 15 months In the BritisR half a dozen firM-nm houses are doing a great buMnJ, movie* he says, adding that "action and intrigue business "... Ifs hi* firt time on Miami Beach, hut R an („, Mort't mother is the famous Madison ave iJ w Hosts if a farewell party given in honor "f Mr. ,,^-J Getting v. err Mr. and Mr*. Julius RoMnUrq taal week the charming Rosanbargi apartment were Mikt and Chw t the stall of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ^3 they head for Albany. N. Y. ^" P'cturesj I Rvn Mike's been with Federation here for the Pad **,. %  %  %  the bi •he bride's \. Madofi Bi were V cousin of the j: lid Fine tion and bridal dinner at the Hungarian American CulI".\C iKIIl^t' \<)WS Mrs. Marvin Katt Miss Lieberman, Irwin Wcissman ture Club followed the ceremony were of white the Blackstone Flower %  In a double rinc candlelight Jan 22. at 3 Lieberman [Ml Ul I Mr* 74.') Ulue r>l Irv.ni \\ i Mr and 3211 su 18th si Ral ol Mrs. Irw'm rV>iismon %  Intimate Rites tor Gordon, Halpcrin %  ette Ann Mr S HalHalper:: The eeremonj i De< 29 in thi conducti .h Attei Mrs 1. •K.rt G rd n I r 'her of the bri • man. and Ben H an u*her. Br • Bowi of chantilly and nylon tulle. Bodice touched with tmy irides quins and an appliqued chantilly lace cascade down the full *kiri. extended into a chapel I Mr*. Halperin gra [ro m University ol Pennsylvania and Nc Vork and now i. on the faculty „( Centri Elementary school. ite oj M ami Beach High School and is on • The thi Inner• l"P" n of a ". ire Jewish Center, ottiN i York City, the i ling was pink and white Leo K polow • -ii. >• i shers includi i s is, Murraj I rdaj nor D< ine HornKopolow act1 honor Flower Judith Ann K ii ".iMrDavid was The In. ., ,,( j m ti d band i tamer nylon tulle OUT shimmi tin The traditional loi sved bodii i %  tamt sprinkling ol inI tiny Is, featuring p M ,,,|. lar The peplum enhan. i !,Unylon tulle tucking and bor chantilly laca di %  • b. tiffanl nylon tulle *k;rt extending into i chapel %  The double illusion bridal which was lingertip-length. of crystal nylon tulle and chantilly encrusted wuh tim seed %  rhe bride carried on a bible rwed MrWeissmin atI Miaai Mr wcissman attended Syraed at ii, •, istant executive director to as* umt ll i Ubanjf drive .. SINGS ORIGINAL SONGS UAUTY CONTEST CfTATIOtS ring every moment of the hilariou*kit ami Paula Hoffman were Dr. and Mr. Bniamin lion's director—the Martin Papparcornv Charkn 1. 1 he's Federation publicity chief—the Albert Kotlowi and ft] Milton Samter Double purpose party also celebrated Paula's birthday., surprised everyone bv singing several original song*. penssH and recently copyrighted Enthusiastic listeners includdl Tart Beauty contest sponsored by Agudath Achim Judani Shreveport, La., will be judged in Miami next month cedure came about when Psrta Peterson, of the Vagaboai'l was requested to select from pix the prettiest eirl of ^f^l Entrant selected by Pwtw will be crowned "Sweetheart | the annual AAJ ball Mar. 3 GKANDDAUGHU* Ii VACATIONER fISMINC ON CAUMU Some 250 persons attended the fourth annual install of the 100 Club Saturday evening in the Algiers hotel president was AI Sherman, succeeding Ban Zion Gimkurj. Starling president of the Presidents' Council of Miami Beacip Leonard Coleman with a citation from President EitenhowJ standing work with the Golden Years Foundation." as ited to helping find employment for the aged .. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Marks, of Philadelphia. Atlantic! Harding ave here, were delighted with the arrival last wed! ler Mrs. Morton Wilans accompanied by granddaughter. SwaJ will remain here for two weeks before going hack to PhiBjf kindergarten The Milton Shapiros, ol New Hartford. Conn., haw beai acquaintanceships with old friends and making new oneii arrival Annual winter residents. Mr. and Mrs. Shapni remain until April Milt's vowed to get in a good bit oil Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities f*! 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27, 1956 \o be Site kference fch h ,,( '<' n seized the midwinter conhe nations) planning ftli,. Jewish Theolojjioi Amcria, in co|h tinUnited SynaCj ca and the Rabbino! America. ID) oi the conclave, held the week of made by Joseph N. hiladelphia. chairman planning commitI leaders repre than 600 congreUnited States and son said, "will take erence theme, 'Spiriinship: A Program idards.' It is the betminary that a deepancimsj of the moral ur tune, and an apthe contribution tojlution of this dilemch of us can make jal life, are the most of the day." of this belief," Gorged, "representative jj hjve agreed to set for a series of conlinan and meetings statesmanship. Keyjnference." said GorBalmudic precept, 'It ly to finish the work, ^rt thou at liberty to timely injunction to the difficulty of our >on for avoiding it." %  ion !<>r the annual Seminary has estabIki at Suite 207. 355 i Beach, where piation mi speakers, i and (anference reshe available, LBOAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No 1M70! j IIKTTYK %  McNAMAItA. Plaintiff. JOHN A M.NAMARA, I >ef,-,„i;,,,, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: JOHN A M, -VAMAI: V <•/\ #. KINK. 108 Lincoln Road, Miami II. i. h, Klorhla, and t<> file the original in tinoffli ... .f in.iit-rk .f iii,eXove ("nuii "ii <>i before the it da\ of MMI.II. i'.i:.ii; otherwise %  defnult will be entered against you DATED: tills 14th day of Januar\. +Je*l3tifhrMk>n LEGAL NOTICI 4age 11 X LICAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTION IH HEREBY ,;IVK.\ h t !! %  ,. I Seal) 2/3-1+-17 %  I! I.K A TIIKItM AN. Clerk of i 'ourt Bj It. H. RICK, IK I >.|iuiv I'll i k IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 33704-B MI: ESTATE or MEI.VIN It. HILTZ, l>e.-..i-.,| NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE IK hereby Riven that I have tiled my final report and petition for Final Dim hara-e MM Administratrix of the eatate of MEEVIN It HILTZ. deceased: and that on the 17th dav of February. 19'.6. will applv to the Honorable PRANK H DOWLINO, County Judge of I>ade County. Morida. for a|,|no\al of said final report an.I for final discharge an Administratrix of the KM.ite of MEI.VI R. HILTZ. deceased. Thla 10th day of January. ISM. KNOI.A OAIL HILTZ RKRBKRT H. HtTTNER Attorney f..r Administratrix ItU Urexel Ave.. Miami Bench. Fla. I 1J-SO-27 — 2/J at Flagler 1> will be held at the %  U Jewish ('nmmuon Wednesday eveMrs. Benjamin Jonas luel Kudwll are cor AL NOTICE JNDER FICTITIOUS |AME LAW HKKEI V OIVKN that ncage In in.,,f MKKE, at l.'T N u la, Intendi to 1 %  • Clerk of %  County, $ %  >.\ ASSOCIATES, h |.\ I %  lOfffring I Only I VIRY BES1 IANITARIUM FACILITIES rry B. Pinki Managing &.•<;*- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY C.IVBN that the undersigned, deslrinc to encage In business uii.I. i the fl. titlous name of ST OEtlROE HOTEL, al 105 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, Intend t.. raglater nai.i name w.th Hi,Clerk of tii*Circuit Court of Dadd.Count) Florida AI.MKKT H Ultlo QERTRCDE Ll'RIU Bole OWBjera MYERS. H El MAN KAPLAN AHorne VII f... Applicants ISO 8ej bold Rlda. I (-13-ZU-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai Hi.uii I. i lRn.-.l, desiring tu enfta*. In business under the fictitious name of I \l IM. I "A INTERS ANIi UK. ORATORS, at Room tSft, lit) Lin. ..In Road. Miami Heath, Florida. Intend n reitlater enlil name with the >" %  , North Miami. Fla.. Intend to register ;.iULTON BROS. GARAGE Wreck. Rebuilt Bedy Repair, and Polatie, [3 2244, FR 4-0*52 B40 S.W. Blh Street 5 PLACES TO SAVE• H Wahingten Ave. • 7l,t na Maraing Ave. • •& Waehingten Ave. • 2*0 Sunny | ( l, a g) lwa V • Vour ma ii be B wt pMy ^ tta9 y ••^ cuertnt per annum dividend rate en insured aavmgt r^ll BEACH FEDERAL '••CU.ION V -.1.1 name .Mil, u„. fierk of t|„. "lr' %  "'< ouil of |..„i,. •.,„„,, ,.-,.., ,.,,, MH.T..X ^WMAr^ !" s. :v::;:r,^ A i "" 1 -' :!-lu-17 'IN T L C r U A N J Y JUDGES" COURT ir^/; ND FOR OADE COUNTY IN If K I.S IA I'K i .1 % %  ISAA<(IOLDHL(M>M I'. eaaed CITATION PCBLIOATION I he Htate ..f Florida lo MOITI* Uold%  lum. Joseph Ooldbloom, Hex.ie i ohen.lul.-H Ooldbloom. Bertha Saltslimn. Mix floUMilnoin, Herman KotxMl, KiiK.n,, Qoldb m. Uanlel ilo|,|ed '""' """'' '"''*""' '" n Von are hereby notified that a petition ha lieen filed In xai.l Court prayliiK f,„ anMi K nmerit of dower on i.ehaif of Knther Ooldbloom, ami you are hereby required to file your written defennex thereto within forte days *.C er t h f,r t PUblleation hereof Should you fall therein, decree will be entered In due course upon said Petition. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court at Miami. Hade County, Morida. thl* L>3rd day of January All. 19.'.6. K.ite.l January 23, 19."ifi. FRANK B. IMIWLINO, County Judge By: MELHA C. DICK. (C. J. HEAL) Clerk SAML'BL J. RAND, Attorney 4t:> Heyhold HudK Miami. Florida 1/17 — S/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iimli r.iKii. .1. il.slriiiK to enxase In bualneaa under the flctRloua name of MORTON LEON ASSiM'IATKS. at 12" N. W. 1'n.l St Miami, Florida, intenda to reaiKter said name with tbe clerk of the Circuit CI.UI t of Hade County, Florida. MORTON I.KON ASSOCIATES, INC SHAPIRI i & FRIED Attornei %  for A ppll. ant IM Lincoln Road 1/27 — 2/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the unfleralfned desiring to engadTe in bualneaa undi r the flctltio CAROL BFORTHWEAR, .i Avldtlon Hull. lint MM N W. I7Ul Avenue. Miami, hlorlda, Intend to register said name with th. Clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dade Count) Florida. JERoMK KONHAl'ZER ROBERT KiiMlAl/ll: MORRld HENNERHON 1 '27 — 2 3-10-17 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1SSSS4 EVELYN Ql'INN, Plaintiff, JOHN OCINN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO JOHN QCINN Hillside Avenue Ml. KfcWO, New York You are hereby notified thai a BID of Complaint for Divorce has been lile.l aaul'ist you, and you arereAN COCRNOYBH I i.puty Clerk. (i-ii.uit Court seal) 1/S7 1-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that .he underaigned, deairlna to engage In bualneaa undei the fictitious nan..ol HoKiutAi i! vit. B | 172 (Jlralda Avenue. Coral flables. Intends to register said name with the clerk ,.f ih.circuit Court of Dndo Countv, riorlda KF.HS.*!,.. rtkU"' Attorneys I,,I \ I7M W I lagler SI I'M-: -10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITfOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deatrlrig to engage in business innlei the Hi :, tile of HIALKAH OCTLBT. al 1030 P Kth Aye.. Hl.ile.ih, Intends to rejrlstei said rmiiie with the < 'lerl< of fl Court of Dade County. Iloilda w M EDWARD Tt'CKMAN MARX FABER Allorn.v foi Applicant • "ongress lll.lg l/M-27 -, 2/3-10 NOTICE UNDER 7 FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HKRBHY OIVEN that the un.lersign-d. ilesiriiig to engage In business under the fl. tftlims name of GORDON ., rid PONT KOSHER CATERERS al 17.1 N V. 5th Street, Miami, norJda.' Intends to register said nume With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Djde County. Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 6th day of I>eceniher, 1S53. ROHEDALE DELICATESSEN, INC By IRVIN GORDON, President 1/S-1S-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TROPI-TEX FABRICS OF MIAMI, at P. ti. Box 2"i71. Miami 12, I-,a lntUdlds to r.-K't*r said nuue witfa the Clerk of the Circuit Cuurl of couny, i^^ I .^^a M a^ SHAIMRH & I'RIED naya for Applicant 421 Lincoln Road 1/8-13-20-27 LEGAL MOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 186120 NOTICE TO DEFEND HA Hit V FKINSTKIN and MAltY FEINSTBIN, his wife, IHaintlffs. PHTLTP I'EINSTEIN and CLARA FEINSTEJN, his wife: HARRY LEVY and ANN FEINSTBIN LEVY, his wife: and REOAI.INE MANIFACTDRINO Co.. INC., a Florldu corporation. iHfen.lants TO. I'llll.ir FEINSTBIN 213 North 4th Street Philadelphi fi I' i CLARA FEINSTBIN. 4!00 Hlngham Street NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 37139 B In He: ESTATE OF EMMA M l-opovicil. Deceased To All Creditors and All Person* Ha Ing Claims or Demands Against s.n.l Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of EMMA M POPOVIOH, deceased late of Dadd County. Kloiil... to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Ha.le County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the i lalmanl and to be to and p re— nted as aforeaaId, or same will be barred. 1 >ai. Januan M, AD I • %  HARRY 7. POPOVICH Executor of the Last Will and Testament of EMMA M PoPOVICH MAX R SILVER \ %  i. %  n.\ foi Executor 1 27 2 .: lu-17 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 309*4-A RE: ESTATE o r YETTA SCIH MANN. >. I HENRIETTA SCHUMANN, I' laed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE K hereby given that I nave filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge M Executor <>f the estate of YETTA SH 1 .MANN a/k'a HENRIETTA HCHl'MANN, dec. and that on the I'.th day of February, ISStL win apply to the Honorable W. F'. Bianton, Count) Judge of Bade County. Florida, for a p proval of said final reiiort and for final diachgrge aa Executor of the Batata of YETTA SI'III'.M \\\. a k a HENRIETTA BCHl'MANN, deceaaed This titii da) of January, lSS LAWRENCE R RCHCMANN KOVNER MANNHEIMER H\ : WALTER C KOVNER I Attorney* for F:x< cutor 2H-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underaigned, deainng to engage in bualneaa under Ike fictitious name .,i Pl'RDY I. V N C H I-: i • N i: T T K at 1121 Mth si Miami Beach, Intend! I., i.-glsiei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'adc County. Florida IDA CHIN8KY, Sole owner MAI. \ IN I:M;I.A.\I.I:I: Attorney for Appllcanl 311 I,m...la Rd 1 ., I".-20-27 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' CdURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 3SS60-A In R< ESTATE OF WCLF' SF'.<;EL, a/k a UII.F' C HEGEL, B/k/a WOLF HEGEL. %  u i H I' c SEUAI,. a/k % % %  W. c SEGAL, n.k a WCLF C SIBOEL. a/k/a WOLF SfBOEL, a/k .. VVCLF BIOEL. Deceased To AH fared I torn snd All Persons 11 I ing Claims or Demands Against Said Beta You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you,* or either of you. may have against the estate of WCLF SEOEL, etc., deceased late of Dadie County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and fRe same in their office's in the County Courhoe In Dad-County. FTorlds, wltHin eight calendar months from the llate of the first publication hereof. Kald claims or demands to • ontain the legal address of the claimant arid to be sworn to and presented as -Vforesald. or same will be barred. Date January S. A.D. Ii6. CARL W. SIBOEL As Administrator of the FIstate of • \\ II.F SKiJKL etc De.ease.1 MYERS, HEIMAN St KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator 1/6-1S-JO-27 Your dog bites the mailman Doe your Liability Insurance provide payment for his medical expense!? for the ant wer H ihk, or mmy onSer fa d wn cd giidaSas I'niladelphla. Pa. H \IJRY LK\ KTBRN LEVY, hind ANN FEIN, .jis wife S05 Bast Itoi kland Si l-hllad.-lphla „...^ TOC ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hip fr Partition of the West 'i nf the Northwest '. f the Southwesl \ of the .Soutbesat Vi of Section Township M South. Range 41 F"ast. said lands lying and being Iii Dade County. P*!da, togelhei with III-buildangg and improvementa located Ihrreon has been filed against you and you arc requireI i l 00g>; ';' """ An-" ...ling to Hie Ui" nf t urnplaint upon plaintiffs£'*•>•• Myerd. Hcinian & Kaplan. •-.•> ^wboi* Hull.ling. Miami. Fk.iTja. and fUa <"•' original x i' 1 •" %  '" !!!_% Office Of the Clerk of the III. ml "• ,n ;,?"' *!?*' ~ iudgmen. arWI V "*f against you t •"•' 'Icnianle.l %  rX^E n A ND0*alJb a. Miami. -*'""•', iJi&TJ: !" uii Court, Dade CoUnty, ^•""WM W SToCKIM;. Deputt cleik [.EON KAPLAN ,. Attornevs for Plaintiffs kit) hevbpbl Building Miami. Flnilda I/6-1S-20-27 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37044-B In Ite: ESTATE OF SAM I'ltoSTKItMAN. Deceased To All Creditorand All Persons Having Claims or n.-mands Against Said Eatate You. and each of >ou. are bereb) notified and required to present any clan...anil demands which you. or either of inn, mav base against the r-late nf HAM I'ltoSTEKMAN. de i late of Dade County. Florida to the Honorable County Judges of Bade County, and file >the same In their offices in the Count) Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date nf the' first publication hereof Said claims or demanda i" cantata thd legal address of the claimant and to lie sworn to and pre-, nie.l a..f..i e-sl.l, of same will be Burred |>, (lr isnu:... I'Mi \ D ; \ pltOSTBKMAN. As A.linliilsti.itrlv C T A. ol the l^tst Will and Testament of SAM PR08TERMAN. I >ecesed. MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Ait..ii.e\ for Admlnlatratrlx, C.T.A. I/I3-SO-S7 — 2/3 Artftur M. Kahn Richard L. Powell Daniel L. 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rJ&istJkrMVL Page 10 B rage IUD _^_ —^ Hebrew Academy Dinner Due 'Our School Belongs to the Community'-Binder t Letter) from Leaders And Abroad Pr*^ School f or its By B. I. BINDER President, The Hebrew Academy libra r small group or even %  a small group <•• c hip, but rather b munitj %  r Miami when ill. was establ I scholarship, • i nts. a capacil The far from New York and ikntelligen! I • %  • future i Hers of praise to theTlebreu Acad section of the world in the past few \ears ^ Community leaden of the United States rwj j\r made it a point to visit the Hebrew?! rtaj in Miami Beach. •The alertness and enthusiasm of the a isive and dynamic education im this is how these ers have generally expressed their ions. Moslte Sharett. Foreign Minister I Israel, one of the Academy's distinguished visitors in recent reported: "I am amazed to find such a modern academy lonther long established Jewish com munities of America." Dr. Leo Jung, professor of ethics at Yeshiva I'nivcrsity, is an annual visitor here Writing to Rabbi Al exander Gross, principal of the ew Academy, Dr. Jung said: The Hebrew Academy is among the mot distinguished of the 170 da> schools in this country. It combines loyalty to tradition with „. modernity and educational approach with up-to I! I Binder) der whose tea Academy has i of expansion provide higheri Hebrew and dren ol our i We are Fob 5 It artl and members fl em) that sftouldl UU entire i to this dinner HI to the man untiringly ia 1 eratioo of Jews' tabki A/t—J.r Creu Principal f America. Ill the Nine Years Have Made a Diffen nat,on no i ai pr., de ~;,,:. nkind m} h Home for results m the trainii ommunftj girls are • ited ah ut it lh; the Great By HERMAN EISENBERG Executive Director, Hebrew Academy Hebrew fcadems | ,: '""g Us ninth Councilman Halperin, > Khool recentl, J*" '" ni > heart one. n can look back with Its attainment. pride up<.n field of Jewiat education, and in aervices j progress of m to our community \ktal %  %  In the comparatively short time and philanll of its exisUnce. it has wrought a hanced by notable change in the Jewish life trained youta "f our city Cardinal Jewish values of toinorn* kuch as the study of Torah, the selves U lOH of the Sabbath and the we oj UJ Sanctity of the Synagogue and interested Home, have become integral and j The Acaa motivating forces not only in the school. "* tudents. but also in p> r respective homes. The increase in the number of Oil in this country attests to a resurgence in the in tu terest ol Jewish youth education eenl f ll icant achievement of the refused \eademy locally is the ac Inability w peptanee of its program by the Academy are community at large. ,P<*>r *" %  *__ 'he Aeademv hv it. Hvnamic 1 and Engli*" ,,, the comma ,1 ii ma* vihicb PU Academy, by its dynamic progressive program, aims to envia hie Charles Fruchtmon Co-Chairman -sVj %  Beniamin Appl • • • Cs-Ckairman • < • ft %  '*>• •sea, ••• %  •* ~ uild a well-integrated Jewish perlt> ^ %  "' u *' „ -"ii-lity. one wkweh should experiihip •" Kl "^a* %  nee no emotional or intellectual places m J clash between being a loyal Jew has been ^and a loyal American at the same caton a ^ rated to w ^ Jael Malawrf. Chei time The miracle of Jewish survival etoeali bound up with the survival of Hebrew and the teachings our Torah. The welfare cad He*** 1 tellectual The ing ol th every Je*



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+Jei&Ik*JdUarL rTnTZ fl T QHORTq Beth Israel Slates New Hebrew Class {jUVJriA Ll OnUIV 1 k3 ofl reIig the ^ of education, -id W FIASHfS FROM THE NEAR EAST CAIRO (WNS)—A decree which slates that it would 1"' against the Mamie faith to conclude peace with Israel was issued this week by a .special committee of Moslem religious scholars, known as ulema-. 01 interpreters of Moslem religious law. Meeting under the chairmanship of Sheikh Mohammed Hassanein Makhloul al Al Azhar University, tfte emmitte considered the line that Moslems must take with regard to Israel and toward joining foreign military pacts. It decided that anyone who shirked his duty to restore what it called "the usurped land to its > wn rightful people." or otherwise served the "ends oi imperialism and Zionism," wool,I be considered a renegade and a mortal sinner. Beth Israel Congregation religi on, ichool will sponsor %  new Mebrew class for beginning students, Dr. Irwin Makov>ky. chairman of the board of education, said Wednesday. Registration for the new semester, which will begin in February, Frid ay s now in pn^l the congregate 3 New student, L !" school will l M be. the new semester gi In honor of 1^ brew school *d| Oneg Shabbat CASABLANCA fJTA) The Moroccan Mini-tn oi Public Instruc%  assumed responsibilitj for Jewish religious education ii %  | here defining its area ol jurisdiction li announced thai I n education will come under the aegis ol the Ministry following discus i with Chiel Rabbi said Dalian who will desij nate a competent rabbi to direct tinarea of public education Talmudic education will lx istered by the Ministry's Section for Private Teachin The Minis %  statement also referred to Alliance Israelite I'niverselle schools in Morocco, reporting that the Minister had received the Moroccan c ol the Alliance NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS PRAGUE WNS Twelve Jews have been arrested ii capital "I Czechoslovakia, on suspicion of es] e on behall ol Israel curding to reports received from TanThe arrests were made, report, alter a member ol the Egyptian Economic Mission had lost his documentin a tram between Prague and Pilsen. The Czech police suspected that the documents were stolen i>> spies working lor Israel The documents related to Czechoslovakia's munitions exports to I THE HAGUE \\\s The questionnaire which was sent out by the Arab Boycott Committee Against Israel to the Federation of Dutch chants, in which merchants nt this country who trade with Aral' countries were asked ii they have Jewish employees and trade with Israel, was a "mistake.' according to a letter received this week by the federation from the Arab committee in Damascus Syria FRANKFURT (JTA>—Jewish youth leaders and potential youth leaders from various communities in West Germany held an eigt-day conference on Jewish youth activities in the country in a castle in the Odenwald Mountains The conference was the first of its kind arranged in Germany since the closing of the major DP Camps six year, VIENNA (JTA)An intensified fight in Hungary against the JewMi religion is urged in the official Hungarian Communist organ, "Propagandists," which was received here. Ait editorial in the publication says at the Jewish religion is as "reactionary" as other religions shoud, therefore, be combatted together with the Catholic faith ON THE AME RICAN SCENE TUCSON, Arizona JTA \ call I i the I'niti : States Govi rnment 'and firmly behind the Tripartite D. ,, M ,| V Israel with "legitimate means of self-defensi i th< llth ual convention of the Western Association i Rabbis I HAVANA, Cuba JTA) i ish community, has been promote.I to the rank nl Grand Offici •rderol Commercial Merit at the su iban I lumber ommerce, ol winch he has been a board [or IP. years Mr Katewas recently named a hevalier i the 1. > h government. NEW YORK (JTA Dr Harrj Tal Israel's Nal Physical Laboratory, has invented a oneway m rror which will convert energy to steam, thus bi n i olar electric power within oi technology, he stated m an interview here Dr Tabor who not foresee use oi his method tor the production ol low cost electricity through steam turbines, believes that it can be used foi i r cooling homes, for making fresh water from salt and pressure -team lor paper production and and Other indu trial BOSTON (JTA)—Discrimination in Massachusetts hoteland rr sorts Is being corrected and the number of complaints idroppin lob bias complaints have been handled through conference and conciliation during the year ending November 30 1955 it was reported by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination The n noted that the commission had received, initiated and processed 284 tters pertaining to discrimination in employment in th.period and m no case had it been forced to refer the matter to a formal hearing LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL who i a JERUSALEM (.ITA.-Mrs. Yehudi Menuhin, wife of the violinist %  n o to now appearing m Israel, has protested against Israel customs filiations which, she said, made i, Impossible for her to give in, Israeli without -victimizing" him. in a letter to the JeS • m: •, Mis. Menuhin said that "foreigners such as mysell who hnv. V whelmed by the generosity and hospitality o7SpS^nto v.ltani and courageous country." are being prevented from expreslnl their .J TEL AVIV (JTA)-A plan for Israel to tighten its belt in fho „„„ nomic and manpower fields and place itself in the h*L u off an expected attack from the Jfrab states ha. bUn^S VE Mapai Party, largest party in Israel and leader of the J,vernn n. i ) t.on. The plan, which was prepared by a ZZ\ 5£ ah headed by Pinchas Lavon. former Defen e Mims e r SML T £2 to the political committee of the party ^r S^^lSSff 6 plementation. it was learned here !" ""W and eventual im. JERUSALEM (JTA)-The first Judah L Magnes Sholirvhin ed by the Hebrew University has gone 10/?!? i P mrd student, the university announced here & ?£X2?wL2lu'Ff majoring in English and philosophy and Plans to S a^ in o ? for the blind. The scholarship, worth 810 pounds a ear Jl 3T* in honor of the late president of the univer" !" established NORTON TIRE \ L AH ccdit rt not "f„ m to '-nonce L Premium Feature U.S. Royal 8 TUBELESS TIRES I TAKEN OFF NEW CARS SIZE Black-oil WW n il 670x15 13.95 16.95 710x15 15.95 17.95 760x15 17.95 20.95 800x15 20.75 23.75 Exchange on a recappoble tire or odd 2.00— Plus tax. BUY AT NORTON TIRI AND SEE MimMIHD fffm m pRoo tt>


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Page 12 A +j(i$t/k&£== ^ijBTEmrEmmic!. NOW OPEN Another Complete Food Fair STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET serving Southwest Miami at 21st AVENUE and CORAL WAY 22nd STREET S.W. X'2 TyT3 This new Kosher Meat Market and the one on Miami Beach at 19th Street and Alton Road are under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. Now TWO fine Kosher Markets operated by Food Fair to serve you the finest of SWctly Kosher Meats and LocaHy Killed ond Dressed Poultry at all times. "RVICE AND SELF-SERVICE



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27, 1956 -JmnUt rhridHan Page 7B ration Seeks To Mobilize Area For Ail-Out Effort Giant Business and Pro Groups to Comb City ipaign Chairman Feels |l Progress Depends Upon mtinued Giving by Miamians By SAM J. HEIMAN irmn, 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign Mtress since its establishment has been not only remark. I This is due in part to American Jewry's special and this must be grasped and taken to heart—Israel Horn the shadows; it lives in a state of siege; it is K, 11 supporting; it is still faced by potential heavy immiL n ds of danger, and, except for the Jews of the United MI les, il stands increasingly alone and exposed. [l. tragic mistake for American Jews to believe that I the past means iger requires ssslsfcrk unalterable fact an Jews must remain years to come. Nor Lin r of \vmpathy and j. a matter in every and cents. coming in from loroccG are as much nan responsibility as t\\ The refugee put reconstruct his life our responsibility as child brought to Isle Youth Aliyah proln can IK> spared the pease and the possiId labor is as much |ilit> as Israel's. and the Government Iing these responrael's responsibility for a strong national defense is its own—and it has become a crucial one in view of the fact that hostile neighboring states are adding to their military strength from many sources. Thus, American Jews more than ever must assume and fulfill the humanitarian responsibilities of absorption and resettlement of immigrants so that Israel is not over, burdened by programs that are far beyond the capacity of its economy to support. Thus, our Jewish community in Greater Miami mu.it also do its share in this year of historic crisis —to sustain Israel, to keep open the doors of our own institutions, and to strengthen Jewish life on have others. Isall fronts. Sam Heiman The giant Business and Professions Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal faces the mammoth task of raising nearly one-half of the funds required in the emergency campaign of 1956. John Serbin, division chairman, has established a unique and effective procedure to enable the busy executives of his Business and Professions Council to get the most done in the least time. For several months Serbin has called "early bird" meetings of his Council at 7:30 a.m. in a centrally located restaurant in Miami. Without fail, each week, the key group of eight veteran campaigners have directed the destinies of PIONEER FOUNDER VIEWS LOCAL PHILANTHROPY Myers Sees Federation Basic Source of Community Unity •rive Cause for Celebration I of the 1956 |ui h Appeal, an imlin^tituiion finds cause | it of conducting ampalgn, the ii l> wish Federation burlooked a certain that Federation I ized by a handful of community leaders to unify and strengthen Jewish life. And, since Federation enters its "Chai" year of existence, the pioneers should be saluted for their vision and understanding in organizing this major Jewish instrument. Congratulations this week go to the 10,000 members of Federation and to the more than 60 organizations in the Federation family on its "Chai" birthday. UJk. I T "The Combined Jewish Appeal is more than a convenient and efficient way of raising vast sums of money to help people in need," said Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Addressing Federation's board of governors recently, he called CJA "the expression of the basic unity of our Jewish community* life A pioneer founder and first president of Federation, Myers declared that CJA provides an opportunity for all Jews to participate in a common undertaking to meet basic responsibilities. "All member organizations of the Federation family will be linked in this history-making effort. This is our responsibility as a united community—we dare not fail." Stanley C. Mytri it Our Local Service Agencies Mean to You OF TEACHING AND RESEARCH SPUR STAff Sinai Hospital Alerted fer to Guard Your Health, J Expand Medical Horizons ^2 M >und the clock at Mt. Sinai is but one ol the many pogroms there. Research, nurses training and inactivities of every variety constitute the hospital's >nda. Mt. Sinai hospital recently announced that the institution had passed the 50,000 mark in number of patients admitted to the hospital at 4300 Alton rd. This was equivalent to a hospital admittance for every man, woman and child residing permanently in Miami Beach in addition to the many other thousands served at the clinics and out-patient departments. Each day of every year 30 persons enter Mt. Sinai for medical, surgical or hospital treatment. Altogether 50.000 patients have received approvimately 400,000 days of treatment within Mt. Sinai. The average patient remains about one day more than a full week. Presently, the hospital sichts are set on constructidn of a new, modern. 300-bed hospital on Collins island, adjacent to the building now being used. Dan B. Ruskin, vice president of the hospital, heads the development fund committee, which has successfully completed the first phase of this venture by raising over $1,800,000 in pledges. The secondary phase of the four million dollar program is now under way. During the past year, the hospital admitted 9,657 patients conducted 8.975 x-ray examinations; rendered 8.184 emergency treatments; performed 3.551 surgical procedures; handled 116.709 laboratory examinations; recorded 1.041 births; served 316.071 meals, many of them strictly kosher; filled 85.098 pharmacy orders; and handled 7.793 clinic visits. Patients received a total of 67.696 days care in the hospital. Impressive as is the patient registration at Mt. Sinai, other departments have also scored high in service and reputation. The X-ray department was reorganized in 1955, and a new full time radiologist employed. A Cardio-Pulmonary Laboratory under the direction of a clinical physiologist has recently been established. Further evidences of the march of service of Mt. Sinai is the recently installed Isotope Laboratory and the Tumor Clinic. In 1954, there were only 11 outpatient clinics. The year ended with 18 such facilities, rendering invaluable service to thousands of medically needy. Research marched forward during 1954 with seven different projects under way through grants from foundations and individuals. Routine chest X-rays are provided without charge to every patient admitted to Mt. Sinai in cooperation with the Dade County Tuberculosis Association. Mt. Sinai administers to all persons without regard to race, creed, color or ability to pay. As there is a preponderance of Jew. ish patients, the hospital maintains two kosher kitchens for those who are observers of kashruth. Many thousands of meals arc prepared annually with strict adherence to dietary law. Legal and religious holidays are commemorated with cheerful, appropriate reminders, providing psychological extras in the speedier recovery of patients. President is Max Orovitz. Executive director is Samuel Gertner. The hospital is located at 4300 Alton rd., Miami Beach. the big division around breakfast coffee cups before sunrise. As a result, the huge task of organizing the campaign in all parts of Dade county and appointed teams to personally visit each and every business establishment has been accomplished. For the first time in the history of a local campaign, business and professional men have responds! to the call for emergency action. |and Serbin is confident they will help boost his division over the top. These are the chairmen of many business groups who are poised and ready for action on the eve of the most historic campaign ; n Miami, history: Apartments. Daniel M. Broad; accountants, Maurice G. Furman. Sidney Lefcourt and Joseph A. Post; dentists, Dr. George A. Graham and Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz; opticians and optometrist-, Walter P. Vollweiler, Dr. Charles Beckwitt and Dr. Emanuel Pushkin; lawyers, Harry Zukernick; physicians, Dr. David Kirsh, Dr. Louis G. Lytton and Dr. S. Charles Werblow. Drugs and sundries Jerome Stern, Jack L. Jablo and Samuel Goldman; printing and advertising, Charles H. Whitebrook and Sanford Levkoff; Insurance. Murray M. Sheldon. Harry Diamond and Bernard II. Pallant; food. Bernard R. Stevens. Emanuel J. Smith. Sam Badanes and Joseph Cohen; liquor. Jay Weiss. Marvin Rauzin and Frank Hamilton, restaurant equipment. Jerome Adelman and Joseph Scheinberg. Amusements, Aaron Farr: baker and beauty supplies, Albert J. Hirsch; produce. Edward Dokson; restaurants. William Sherman and Edward Lassman; vending machines, Sam Taran; finance and loans, Howell G. Kase; bank and investments, Jay I. Kislak and A. J. Harris. Retail merchants, Aaron Kravitz, William A. Weintraub. Sheldon Edwards and Al Sherman; real rotate, J. A. Cantor and Leo Eisen. stein: building trades. Col. Nathan Rood; builders, David Fleeman; architects. Irvin Korach; plumbing, Harry Markowitz. John Strain Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund Helps Private Individuals This helpful agency, in existence for many years in this area to help secure small loans for private individuals and businessmen without interest charges, is included in this year's Combined Jewish Appeal. President is Leo Ackerman.


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•V %  Page 2 A ^+MMM^^^ Plans for National Report Meeting Plans for a national report iag m Miami Beach ol ill Albert 'Em-tern College of Medicine a n wnced Wednatda) b> Uichael \I Vi--t'!x>n. director of rlev. menl f the medica secretarj ol the board ol Ira eshiva Universitj Nisselson said ilio report mill BCtualb be i serii sions bringing together members t overseen and other national leaden of the nati first no sponsored under Jewish auspices Max J Etra, noted attornej and communal leader and a founder and member of the b. er will arrive here FYidl) I ''' _, ... ,, 3. In participate in the me. Dr. Abraham J. Heschel, world Etra a Q h chairman „, lhl board renowned writer, lecturer and ()f Iru>tec> ,,[ Veshiva In. philosopher, author of the curan( j national \ice chairman ol the rently published "God in medical college. Search of Man," will be guest He has been prominently identispeaker Wednesday evening, fied with numerous civic, educeFeb. 1. at a dinner sponsored "onal and philanthropic underby Temple Emanu-El Men's < Club in the Temple room. Poole Zion Branch to Mttt Paole Zionist Branch of Greater Miami will meet Monday evening. Jan 30. at the Histadrut office. ,00 Lincoln rd Jacob Rearson will preside Dr. A I Ishlon will be I moderator in a discussion of "Dec-J I,u.it ion of Princi ples of Zion ism." ~5£ • Roof Leak? Call Victor Conn • M rapwir *•*••>f f-5274 Acme Roofing € &f _Friday, ^•rmi>,nt or r-^^0J Now or Ola ow*''"***! •truct.on o c!^!>*P u l,m "M '*•-." **1 DER YIDDlSHni. *TS EVERT ST1MU WKSITM ISRA U SS SATURDAY, i.^ L wiaj1 0MS w'afta.J UTRMrt/ff U J* Dr Vld.|..h.r n_. Ml He is a trustee of Beth the Inaugural Dinner Scheduled Sunday Continued from P*g I A attackand is m constant ni REV. ABRAHAM SEff dinina %  JlM u "^' li 1 ,ho Synagogue 0ul>1(1( itrejigthen its wavCouncil of America, the Jewts* ,,,,„,. 00 )nii;m hr declared Education Committee of New York, the executive committee ol Beth Jacob Religious hc f*^"*' Je %  \ h w< n • Board, the National (ommunit> School to Get Funds Relations Council and the national Beth Jacob religious school will council of tinBo) Scouts ol be beneficiarj of a fund campaign iea He served on the board ol the currently In progress at U erican Jewish Tercentenary gregation, to an announcement t hiweek by MornKreval -.,.-. ... K IUM K nth I onf^h Bot! rr and Kreval tt'i I • %  Israel wil the camp Apr. 15. k. Thidati marks 1-rael1: Eyes Havana Site Heiman per-onallj interviewed' roan) of the newcomerfrom North | med the extreme • irish families I hi CJA dol II CM -till the lives ol these families it are movi Hi U !!<• nerous pingiving bj the Jewish communit) t" meet the and naGreatei ithi I the first I in the United oi lite total l Amei i :minit\ will I Associated With All Hospitals in Great* Telephone JE 1-3840 Rabbi Narot to lecture R V> !. ot TernB'rith l< .men's iters wil \pr 18 be "ii ii.!u. d in announcemei l Wi ..: • c .,„i Kric.i:. • venby Milton A hapti r I rael, Miami, will represent hers will leave on the S.S Florida the Jewish Chautauqui .,the i is. Convertlecturer at the Universitj oi Flor,inn headquarters are slated at th< ida, Gainesville from Sunday. Peb Nacionale hotel, Friedman .-aid 12, to Thursday, Feb 16. He will U will i>. te in their Religion-in. including transportation to Life Week program. from Havana bj plane or boat, all Is on boat, three nigh) oi-.. • r i a ""' Nacionale two siohtseeina Play is Featured Sunday trips, ban,,,,,, and i Miami Hebrew School and ConTnore will be no re .n fee gregation will have a tree-| vention chairman ceremonj on Sunday morning, ex P ,ained Januarj 29 in honor oi Tu s ,nt 3o Persons an expected ATTENTION INVESTORS! WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING 1st ond 2nd MORTGAGES THAT WILL NET YOU 8*. and 10 PER ANNUM. Mr. Mime Phone 9-3444. Hotel 31 oi>f IIam4' and Ji menl Honme Owner* We art kn H aerva raw with m COMflfTf UNI OF IBM &f C ANNON SHKTS BLANKETS *J PILLOW CASES BATH TOWllS DISH Drapes Curtains — Bod Pods Plastic Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation 120 N.E. 9th Street Cl.ltd Saturday-0#* Sandcy D. SIROTT, toes. Phone FR present a play •tend. of ii bldg M B^hva, ^a*n !" $TSZJE??J mi COLORED DAY WORKERS YOUNG UNIFORMED $6 4 FARE High Type Domestic Weekly Maids ,-,. ourant Help PHONES 3-3607 9-3606 "RE to better serve the residents of\ North Miami • Hollywood • Ft. Lad BfcACK INtMCTION "See Yer aisiiled llredir, IK Of III Otut Hetrtti y M Member of a no I %  nth I I i < lima ii and M. ICrphim HIBREW BOOK STORE 417 Wosfcii^fon Af., Miami Beath I, H ""W REUGIOUS SUPPLIES fcf HMtMM t(M | p ri „„ UM *!• for Hebrew School, Ttlepha M Jl 1.9417 '••ti ct,,;r,c„ t i NORMANDY ISLE RIVI H S IDE-BEACH MEMORIAL 11 Fl^NERAL DIRECTORS 1250 Normandy Drive FOR BOX SEAT RESERVATIONS PHONZ JE 1-0341 AT THI TRACK Of STARS MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB BXTREMI SOUTH END O F COLLINS AVE. DIRECT BUS and JITNEY SERVICE from Downtown Miami ORtATEt MIAMI'S MOST CONVENIENTLY LOCATEO OOG TRACR Prescription Specialists W0 LINCOLN ROAD • •" VMIJBJM, 4# .„ '••• iE 8-7425 '32 HSCAYNE BOOLEVAR. Acr. f "• %  l St.ri rf KaahJai 'ffeaar *mm 12-20*1 <0MTAa LENSES 'The only Jewi.h Chapel eoownienily Jf*| iheae coanmunitiea... offering new, mod J*i eeptional foci lilies in keeping wilh over VIJ of traditionally fine aUndarda of aernce < oruideration. The fineat funeral aervieea.. • rt ^^'Sj 1 ative orreformed—arranged and directedua the penonal •uperviaion of: Ian** kUAaaaac, Vic****** AM &KNaanc,rraa*trr RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAL MIAMI BEACH USON.rm^Drir, • Vltim *** 12M W..h,^iAram %  IE*jr itSO Ah.. RoW • /ffaraM' w MIAMI fiFlMUfdMAnM. *"-* ,, 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SE -. ig...^, a^. *„, ymki 7Mh St-J



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27. 1956 +J**iatonork*bn m limvtl Ktltmtr [elemer in jstival Post > : KCICIIHT. of Tern)lo:n. has been apr> chairman (or the Mu•nal Festival, it fed bj Mr> Irwin it i v a I committee initj wida concert, fer the auspices of the i i h ('(immunity lie cooperation of the r i ill be held \h: Mar 4. at Temple I position has tor Kclemer," stein, "in recogni: oi out.stand|on t<> the cause of in trie community." bndcrs o( the Greater Music Council, he ^nt ia>t year of the i Music Festival kplcted ten years of fetor ol Temple Beth laalso been presiJCantors' Association %  ven years Nationalfelerr.er has received the vice president I .lilrl-clice of HI ind was also recHclncw I'nion Colwit h an honte for 17 re in the ministry of %  %  I to Miami Beach, late! with Beth Johester, N.Y.. f the Eastman Phenomenal Growth Keynotes Center Dedication Monticello Park Jewish Center, NE 16th st. and 11th ave.. North Miami Beach, will officiallv dedicate its new religious school building at ceremonies Sunday alter noon, Jan. 29. Presiding will be Center spirit ual leader Rabbi Isaac Lerer, who this w*ek announced that guest speaker will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El. "The Jewish community of North Miami Beach now has over 500 Jewish families and is growing all the time," Rabbi Lerer said, in explaining the strides being made by Monticello Park Jewish Center. "This is in direct relation to the population influx of North Miami Beach, which has increased from 2.000 to 12,000 residents during I the past few years." According to the spiritual leader, the new Center building will not only offer facilities as a Hebrew and Sunday school, but will also act as a meeting place for civic, social and religious clubs of the area. In addition, the building houses a nursery school. "In all." Rabbi Lerer explained, "this new site includes facilities for some 300 children. "It is almost paradoxical," he added, "that at a time when we are contemplating a dedication, the physical facilitie.1 of this school are already outgrown." Will Mark Tu B'Shvat Tu B'Shvat. Jewish Arbor Day, will be celebrated by children of (enter on Sunday morning, Jan. Page 9 A 29. All classes will participate in the ceremony with songs and chanting of the blessings, led byCantor Ben Grossberg. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd at Phone MO 1-8201 Federation Studies Kashruth Question Continued from Pag* 4 A which will be required of all supervisory personnel for submis sion to the rabbinic board, so that i they may check on the method of] supervision and its completeness." The organizing committee agreed that, within a three-week period, it will again meet and carefully scrutinize Rabbi Klavan's recommendations It was further agreed that, in the interim period before the establishment of the united Vaad. the .various Vaadim would continue to operate as at present. Any new contractual relationships, therefore, would be handled on a temporary basis and be subject to the controls of the new Vaad. Members of the kashruth organizing committee participating in last week's meeting included Irving Cypen. chairman. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Rabbi Simon April, Hymans to Mark 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hyman, Chicago, 111., arrived in Miami this week to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Jan. 30 with their children. Joseph and Ida Hyman were married in Europe 30 years ago on Tu B'shvat, which this year is Saturday. Jan. 28. They came to the United States and settled in Chicago in 1911. Their three children, born in Chicago, include two sons, Irving and Samuel, and a daughter, Bess. The Hymans have six grandchildren. Irving and his family reside at 3140 SW 14th st. The Samuel Hymans live at 1931 Coral Gate dr., and Bess is Mrs. Lester Fields, of Lincplnwood, III. Hyman has been, since 1920, a concert manager, and he is current a midwest personal representative for Metropolitan Opera tenor Richard Tucker and Cantor Pierre Pinchik. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman are members of Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Arie Becker. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Rabbi Isaac Ever, M. C. (iettinger. S. M. Grundwerg, Rev. Jacob D. Kalz, Rabbi Israel Klavan, M. J. Kopelowitz. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Aaron Lerner, Frances Makovsky. Anna Brenner Meyers. Leo Meyers. Jack Pomerantz, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Dr. Benjamin R. Rosenberg. Rabbi Yaakov (.. Rosenberg. Fred K. Shochet, Harry Sirkin, Rabbi Tibor Stern, Mrs. Alfred Stone. Rabbi S Swirsky, David Whitman, Samuel B. Wolfe and Hyman Zaidman. M. C. 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^^utrkrid&n I • r ^g^dA^eaTAgencies Service Horizons of Jewish Family Group Expand for Added Efficiency Here ^ 1 i this tionship particularly in mi thi relations between parand children. This pn and child care are finaw the Community Chest The other main service arei i settle, ment tor New Amencans wide in immin td the L'nil Aline the M rehabilitation Residents of the Jewish Home :or the Aged listen intently as Miami —eh.tea brwin Korach explains his sketch of proposed new resident cottages to be erected at the Home. DOORS OPEN TO ALL WHO TRULY NEED RESPITE Home Plays Principal Role In Local Philanthropic Program HoiTO count th. priority to thos< the iy handicap; .mated at Chartered in opened itdoors in 1945 witl Is fa Hi: moved to its with (acilitii Th lildg, dedicated i •4, was special!) I k and incapacitated and | Vidcd the Home with an add, a! 27 beds. Total capacit> oi the Home is now 87 I Through itrelationship with Federation and itbenefit agencies, the Home ha> pioi ed in development of medical. psychiatric, nursing, casework recreational and cultural uiams and voluntary ,,,,the aged. The Home is now pioneerim; m a new program: Day (are It i s available to senior citizens, who neither need nor desire institutional care, but who will benefit from the nutritious food, companionship and programs at the Home. They continue to live in the community and are at the Home from morning through the Ding meal. Belicvma firmly that -.striving %  %  %  lol 1 In th, Nation.,! CtHUH o/onx |(| that .i -h, >P pro:n continued t" i : should • I by Fi net vocatioi itsbilizntinuii th, I a!','! i .,r< oi tin u i ol ] : v is inIT. [acilit,, thi community has creaU *i l ts more readily turn •H'l'.il help that i all III In ill-advised ons whei nil) and personal problems In tli, op." i its adoption ; th, agenc) habeen guided bj most modern < %  'hat hav, ,, • attempted in other in the countr> Not COI ', :.' ••. ith ii ating and Li • i ractn these new developments, tin • that there must l>e more ties for tl people rr than time • • i the i, wish %  lh< \-, : A th •!., admi" tionship w as ,.s i • %  pen DIM rk help -ut ver %  the wish I is MrI.,., tctav lirector \: Talking things over at Jewish Family Service i whether it's a problem at home or not being aft the right kind of job or even if this younq man, less wife are hoping to adopt an infant to can) piness. COMMUNITY ggg FOR EVERY ONE GMJCC Has Inter. For Every Age The GMJCC has been designated to provide leisure time and itional -cmces for the Jew. ish community of Dsde county and offers a program for every member of the family, frVim pre ,lio,d age through golden age. The (enter serves over 8.000 individuals annually. Program are now conducted at three buildings: on the Beach >36 Bay rd (the former VHMA); in Miami at the former YMHA. 450 SW 16th ave ; and at tin Hauler Granada Jewish Com munity (enter, 50 NW 51st pi. \newer geographical areas in the county have been developing with amaiing rapidity, the Center has found it necessary to proaddlUoDsl %  ervieea outside of these i.n ihtu-s GMJCC now conducts jointly sponsored youth programs with Gables Jewish Center through itSisterhood, the North Dsde ii wish Center and the Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center In the instance of the North Jewish Center, a jointly d day camp was successlulls completed at that location this past summer, making this the lourth of the county-wide day campoperated kjj Consultative and ice-, including I have been provided! and other com lions The Center] plete range of ery auc level at ifflr-i r> school with) history and transit enced t earner^ utL children from threl of age, lor half 'ce reaches out to strength -n 1" religious and educational "7 nluuM cl institution, in the United States ** "^ Mi an* "elude yeshiv. University. Gwat e T C MZ Jewi Seminary. Dropmunity C***Hehrea Theological are progiam* ""'• '-hicagoi and the Synatime needs 1 mcil of America. every age !•* These y leasuie -tune oung'*' actndf]



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27. 1956 +Je*lsli fkrkiton Page 7 A ind Kickoff Inesday %  e nation's leading |j, ts> Dr. Louis N. go, will be featured Heart Fund kickoff Jsday'night, Feb. 1, Iter hotel. director of cardioLrch at the Michael U and is one of the In the field of heart talk on heart re%  plain what progress I ion is making linst heart and blood (he No. 1 health nation today. speaker's rostum i will be Jennings former congressman rirginia for 14 years bant to the president rimes. former newspaper. %  author, lecturer and Complete Canvas Awning Service New or repair work. Free estimatee. Hotel* my specialty. Ph. before 10 a.m. or after 6 p.m. Gluck Ph. FR 3-9705 REASONABLE RATES RELIABLE SERVICE A.O. TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO. J % r \ Phone 94352 \ 2049 N. Miami Avenue r Local Moving & Storage Private P. E. C. Siding BOOKKEEPING Complete Service TAX RETURNS, STATEMENTS Ph. MU 1-0332 or 89-4140 INCOME TAX RETURNS EXPERTLT PREPARED year home-yeor effite ar eur effice. Average fa* far overage return $5. 450 East 25th St., Hialeoh. Call TU 7-6961. Phon* 82-0958 ", 4 4 4 GENTLEMAN |ES TO MEET MUSICALLY HO IADY. Mr. A. B., kmi 18. IT, REFINED LADY [TAKE CHARGE OF HOME, ping for professional young child. Na eowith child. Liva in tw required. Please write 1316, Coral Cables 34. IG MACHINES It Wholesale Prices kes and Models lo Repairs 82-7331 lor Phone Me IT GANS •616 HI 6-9981 ISURANCf. mtos life Insurance Co. rd Ave.-"of 5 Points' Life Reader Renne Famous Psychic Advisor COMPUTE CARDS • CRYSTAL • 6701 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Phone UN 6-1421 4 4 4 4 4 PALM 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 TAX RETURNS PREPARED RY EX-REVENUE AGENT Free estimates $2 up. Open 9-6 doily. Man., Wed., Frl. 9-9. S673 N.W. 7tti Ave. Ph. 89-3055. HALF-DAY FISHING TRIPS NO FISH NO PAT Only $3.00 YACHT SAHFISH 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Children $1.50. %  •lor 7. City Yacht Basin. Miami. Free Bart A Tackle. SPECIAL—Father A .*.Jf.'"•' %  • 4 29 Pr, 0"0 FR 3-4811 or §2-1544 RENT A CAR $15 per Week %  fas 5c aar Mile Beet For Lett REN'S RENTALS 1451 W. FLAGLER — Ph. FR 3-75 Pickup Miami and Beach HYPNOTISM TAUGHT (HLD) Psycho Tberopy and Neurotic Problems Eveaiags 6 fa 7 Phone MO 6-2108 Income Tax Returns LICENSED S2 up 1317 N. Miami Ave. FR 4 3045 Si A HORSE K Ph. 82-9109 New England Seafood I Prices. Alie Steaks and Parties Accommodated. FORMER REVENUE AGENTS LICENSED TO PREPARE TAX RETURNS, Bookkeeping Service, reasonable rates. Opposite Court House, 48 W. Floqler St., Room 2. Ph. 9-8913. BOOKKEEPING SERVICE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES Including Tax Filing, from $10 Monthly 9-431S FURNITURE REFINISHING BEAUTIFUL MODERN FINISHES TROPICAL COLORS Dreoeer Cheat of Drawer* Bed Chair Total TOPS-O MICA CORP. Phone MO 8-9572 $10.00 $10 00 $ 6.00 $ 3.95 $29.95 TOM SPAGNOLO fine Custom Tailor Formerly with Arthur Cohen Fifth Avenue, New York City 1454 LENOX AVENUE Off Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-3423 Dr. Shmid Clinic A co-ordinated aystem of Non-Surgical Treatments for the Reatoration to Normal Function of the PROSTATE GLAND 1454 N.W. 34 St. Phone: NE 5 1852 Lucie's Health Massage Studio MASSAGE C010NICS STEAM RATHS Resident Caffs Alt Appointments Day Time Only 417 • 41 it ST., MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-7740 KEOTA'S STEAM BATHS Massage and Staam Rooms Registered Help 2331 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 82-4880 THE REST RARKOOE SAUCE IN TOWN" illlS FOOD PRODUCTS Manufacturer* and Distributors • Pickels • Condiments • Spices Miami, Florida Phon* NE 4-9747 Av*. "Wo Educate far Successful Gracious living" SCHOOL NuflSERY thru HIGH SCHOOL tClAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSES ri BT THE FLORIDA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION New Classes Beginning Jan. 30 with f Outstanding Success Preparing Boys and Girls for College and Life. :i*t^ E 1 ptri "^ Faculty r *£ \"S? '•"""doa! Atlantic* i £*., ??. r *•<"• &f '•* **" Claaa Instruction 1 iKiJL Gr "d8_ 75 Pt. Swimming Pool on Promlaoa tooomic Racroatlonal and Cultural Program i


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Page 4 A 'Jewisl* fhrMtofL i/ ida y. JQQ. ~*1\ 4/*J?N/*t Publi.hed every Friday ilnee 1977 by the J wl,h Florldian at 12C N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 1J. f'' Entered as .econd-clasl matter July 4. 1930. at the f OFFICE an, .PLAN1T-.20 t Telephones FR 4 Sixth Street Kashruth Solution is Being not f -ne Kanhcan Aiioeiation of Engliah-Jewiah Newspapers, Presi Aisociation. Florida 8U B s C 'oc PT Ore Year %3K C N RATE Two Yeara S I UM FRED K. SHO CHET E ditoi and Publisher Vo ume 30 LEO MINDLIN News Editor Sheval 14. 5716 Friday, January 27. 1956 Number 4 CJA's Success to be Determined by You. •• We don't believe there is much that needs to be said to call this community's attention to the grave situation currently existing in the Near East. It is a simple fact that the very black -and very dismal — headlines of countless newspapers speak for themselves. Israel was last week censured by the United Nations for the Dec. 12 incident near the Sea of Galilee. This is the fourth time that the Jewish State has thus been rebuffed during the past two years. But despite their pillaging, marauding, illegal blockade of the Suez Canal and a host of other provocative acts, the Arab nations have not yet been censured by the United Nations. British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden is scheduled to arrive here in a matter of days to discuss the critical situation in the Near East. Sir Anthony's notorious pro-Arab stand is well publicized throughout the world. His partiality so far as the Israel-Arab conflict is concerned has permitted British munitions manufacturers quietly to arm Egyptian forces with "surplus" and "scrap" war materials that will ultimately be used in the Arab League's organized effort to wipe the Jewish State off the face of the map. What is not well known, at all, is the fact that Sir Anthony has been sharply criticized by the British press and in Parliament. Indeed, the London Times last week strongly questioned Sir Anthony's right to represent England in talks with President Eisenhower and Secretary Dulles. Near East Partiality The criticism directed against Sir Anthony principally revolves about his Near East foreign policy. Surprisingly, such conservative newspapers as the London Times are calling upon Her Majesty's Government "to do the right thing." And the "right thinq" is construed as meaning the application of all international effort to assure peace in the Near East and not a! the expense of Israel. British Labor leader Hugh Gaitskeli has already challenged Sir Anthony's obvious partiality and has thus forced the Prime Minister togely to halt shipment of arms to Col. Nasser Nonetheless, Sir Anthony remains firm in his intention to arrive at a solution of the IsraelArab crisis on the basis of Israel's giving up a portion of the Negev. y F S :tua, C n 0 nT U £ d ,,! he ,el r S f ,his miserable UIf 1 n n,h ny wiU ** ,alkin <3 to a poorly .uformed President fcsenhower^-whoTas fn hpnT h m y n C nCer 1 ed f lGte Wlth turning to health following his heart attack-^nd to Une re of \ DUlleS W h ^^ is on the <-ng mnnv w ? P ^P ud,ation b Y Congress and many Western Powers for his dangerous and undiplomatic "brink of war" statements in a recent magazine article. At the side of this trio will be U.S. Ambassn dor t 0 Egypt H ByroQde ^*£ Arab, a man who last week begged the Ad ministration not to identify with Israel and it tainly no. to accede to her request for arms Outlook for Peace Seems Dim Mr. Byroade. under whose nose the Aroh nations and the Near East have succumbed to Communist invasion, is now the Q 2 aist for his Arab heroes. M7 ByroaTet ftf* the Administration that liLl forced Co t o? ser to accept Soviet arms aid because of iaSrii aggressiveness." Israeli In the face of such a quartet of arbiters in he Near Eastern crisis, informed sources fee, Aat Pres.den. Eisenhower and Secretary Dull may come up with a bombshell repudiation Arab policy during their forthcomLg a ks h Washington with Sir Anthony. But the outlook Proposals outlined here wee l, ,1 a final solution to t hc kashruth prohlem in GfMter it wax i -'•> !\ Irving Cypen. chairman of the ith committee of (he Great imi Jewish Federation. Addressing 24 of the 26 mem i (he organizing committee, Israel Klavan saw the e li.shmenl of a united Vaad in Miami within a one-month I providing early steps are implement the program outlined in his report to thc Committee The organising committee, consisting of 2fi members, wss selectH a :i result of several months Arabs will be made "to understand the pol^ cal basis for it the forthcoming Republican, trt ^ ^ ^^.^ .^ campaign for the Presidency as well as a now b Kederation's kashruth comof other apologist "pro-Israel excuses on the 1.^ basis of which the Arabs have been encour1^ aged since 1952, and will again be encourUo|1 (i| creator Miami. aged, to maintain their war aqainst the Jewish State with silent U.S. approval. whirh was acting at the of thc Rabbinical AssociaMiami Can Help Israel NOW Members of the organizing committee wen selected on the basis of their interest in the various ups concerned with the ol kashruth supervision. well •'loaders Of the Jewish community. Rabbi Klavan. executive secreol the Rabbinical Council of America was united to visit the community and assist in organm Vaad He spent one in the area becoming familiar with the local situation, conferring with rabbis and lay appeared before the Federation group with his rccommendatiom In outlining thc general structure, he suKKcstcd that there be .. laj board which would set up the machinery and be responsible for the over-all supervision. There Greater Miami's 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign gets under way Sunday evening with the Initial Gifts affair at the Fontainebleau hotel. The community hopes to raise SI.000.000 that night toward the SI, 375,000 goal set by CJA this year to meet Miami's re sponsibility in supporting Israels desperate needs, as well as national and local agency requirements. This will be in addition to the emerqency fund of S375 000 Miami's share in a $25000,000 UJA extraordinary drive for Israel's current immigration program. No resident here can afford to disregard CJA's request for support in 1956. At stake is the survival of a Jewish nation a nation|^jj also"be Yrabbinte" board"to which Prime Minister David Ben Gurion last week said has left the peoples of the world, Jews included, still baffled after 2,000 years of absence of such a sovereign government. But, if the Jews, themselves, are battled by the newness and joy of a Jewish state, they would be crushed by its virtual destruction. Such a possibility is no exaggeration. Israel Ambassador to the United States Abba Eban told Miamians at a meeting here recently that the Arabs may very well launch their "second round" against his government by next summer. With the United States last week announcing that the latest Israel censure had put ott the Administration's plan to consider the Israel arms request, the outcome of the "second round" could vitiate every inch of industrial and cultural progress achieved by the Jewish state since its independence. It is within the hands of every Miamian to quarantee Israel's future to protect her current successes and to uiqe ahead her achievements of tommorrow. Giving to the Combined Jewish Appeal is the instrumentality. Take it; for it is in your grasp now. seems dim at the momentespecially i n light of the Big Three's leadership in The Israe, r sure at the United Nations last week "' And, if such repudiation is forthcoming, the 'sroel is bothering this poor boy" -et up the necessary qualifies for kashruth supervision. Rabbi Klavan indicated that, due to his brief visit, he "was not in a position to offer definitive anto all questions concerning the local situation" However, in the question and answer period he supplemented his report as follow >. <} Mnve all existing Vaadim agreed to unite into a single Vaad? \ I have discussed this matter with all the rabbis and they re l>ehind the plan. Q How long wilt i take to bring about the united Vaad and what immediate steps should be taken? \ Earl) implementation is very important A month would be Hired to transfer the scope "i operations of existing \ m ;ind set up machinery for the new Vaad. 'I How. is the transition period to be handli \ It imost advisable that an outside expert be brought in. who ltcceptable to all groups, to srt up the new operation sad to begin the transfer of the functions and duties of the existing Vaadim to the This would also entail the transfer of the existing Vaadim of all record-. I the pooling of all accounts into the new Vaad. Ithan to be an overall administrator? There would have to be an over-all administrator eventually but it would be advisable first to bring in an expert who would act m that capacity and '•' up the new program—at IT a month What SBJ the functions of the rabbinic board and how will • he rabbis be compensated? Onlj those performing specific will be c .mpensated. will be responsible %  i d "ill also determine all 'Uglified, and the hrsaf the only agency soJJ^ Discussing the role 5 tion of a superv'"*^ direct the transition frs | A |0 the new Vaad J| Klavan sUted %  •,] tion that this can JT right now through on* the Dfltumunity >"rT1 is acceptable to evenJW is qualified throuk*" %  through knowledge. V\ direction and adsw the transitional P^i s„n will ,r together with the me United Vaad and*'" ic board. J He Will help. •' that wiU take place J Vaed and the supervised He •' t>-pe of contrartuai-j that should be *JWJ up the form' l, | Centinuad •"



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P. 1956 +J**Mnk*idtoni Page 9B \SH EDUCATION ssured Tcrah II be Their Heritage Jewish Educa%  kmi la the edu%  M Greater Miration Jewish Educacompared with [Board of Public Jureau assisting, guiding the adprogramming fcsh schools. Just i Board provides tr training, curclassroom obsultation, so the Bureau of Jewish Education provides these services to its affiliated Jewish schools along with in-training classes for Jewish teachers, publication of festival and pedagogic bulletins and constant research for improving educational standards. Again, like the Dade County Board, the Bureau sponsors secondary education by admitting graduates of elementary Jewish schools to its central high school for five years of training. Five graduates of central high school have been registered in rabbinical seminaries. In collaboration with the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, the Bureau is now implementing a systematic plan for adult Jewish studies. The plan calls for elementary courses, under special standards set up by the Bureau, in individual Jewish congregations, with recognized credits leading to admission into the Bureaus College of Jewish Studies. Last year over 200 certificates of completion were awarded to adult students at nine Jewish synagogues. The Bureau also provides program service to all Jewish organizations for meetings and special events of the year making use of its extensive audiovisual materials of films, filmstrips and recordings. The Bureau is particularly proud of its Central Jewish LiLeaders in the food and produce industry meet at the home of Carl Susskind and ring up 50 per cent increases over last year in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Part of the key group are (seated) Haiold Levinson, Muray Mattes, Bernard Stevens and Al Marner. Standing are Irving Fein, Mortie Neiman, Joe Cohen, Rabbi Max Schenk, Carl Susskind, Leo Chaikin, Emanuel Smith ind Sydney Josepher. GMJCC Has Interests for Every Age Continued from Pag* 8 B there are afternoon groups catering to special interests such as art. ballet, dramatics and athletics. Over 40 teenage clubs sponsored by GMJCC. serving more than 1.000 youth, conduct weekly meetings and other activities under the guidance ol advisors, who are supervised by the Center professional staff. These groups participate in athletic leagues and many social functions. Special groups have also been organized for the. young adult population, including clubs for young men and women between 18 to 25 and other units for single people over 25. A variety of adult classes in* elude art. Latin American dancing, folk dancing, bridge, men's Israeli Institutions Benefit From Miami's CJA Fund Drive their voice in le ancient Hehave learned schools of Schools, their leaching standvised by the Education. Igencies Help lity's Rights ^nnual CJA drive %  ivic defense Hum helps safc^rr "f .town and hjhts. Appeal. r ol the Antii of B'nai in Jewish I neficiary of Ji wish Appeal. more than a 1 have joined nti scmitisin harmony, n the commuconducting and clucationI lie Ameri Beth Sholom, president of the He has called upon all segments lewiab War Greater Miami Rabbinical Associa0 f the Jewish community to join lc National Comtion, has issued a call for unified in this crusade for life dollars at Advisory Counan d dedicated action by the Jewish a time when Jewish survival and Hadassah operates hospitals in Is community in support of the Comdemocracy are at a crossroads in rael and finances Israels only the Middle East. medical school. The agency repRabbi Kronisr., In a talk given resents Youth Aliyah in the U.S. —a youth immigration movement which has brought over 65.000 Jewish children to Israel in the last 20 years. brary of Judaica containing over 6.000 volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish f DUCATION-IMMIGRATION-HUMANITARIAN and English. Teachers, scholars and general book lovers borrow over 1,000 volumes each year under the Library's free circulation plan. The board of directors of the bureau, widely representative of schools, rabbis, teachers and Jewish organizations, is a dedicated group of lay and professional leaders, who give generously of their time and energies to further the objectives of the Bureau. President is Mrs. Matilda Ratner. Executive director is Louis Schwartzman. The agency is located at 135 NW 3rd ave.. Miami. Through the Combined Jewish Appeal. Miami Jewry actively participates in the support and strengthening of top level institutions of learning in Israel, such as the American Technion Society and the Weizmann Institute of Science. These and other imRABBI KR0NISH IN MESSAGE HERE Rabbinical Association Calls on Greater Miami Jewry Wholeheartedly to Support Combined Appeal Campaign Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple bined Jewish Appeal drive. portant educational programs will help Israel acquire the engineering skill and technical know-how necessary for the achievement jf economic self-sufficiency. HIAS. representing the consoli dation of the Hebrew Immigrant Aidd Society, the United Service for New Americans and the Migration Service of the Joint Distribution Committee, helps integrate immigrants into the United States. HIAS provides food and shelter to newcomers, and develops resettlement programs for newly arrived immigrants with local U.S. communities Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, has been active for over 40 years m Israel in the fields of medicine, social service and child welfare. and women'i athletics. There are frequent social and educational functions for adults. Senior citizens, over 55 years of age, have found a warm welcome and new friendships at the Sunday afternoon Golden Age club meetings. This club conducts many special events such as cookouts. picnics and boat rides, and several times during the year, plays host to the 300 senior citizens served in the county-wide Golden Age program of GMJCC. The Center provides an extension service for residents at the Jewish Home for the Aged as well as in its own buildings. The students of the School for Practical Nursing of Mt. Sinai hospital do field work in the Center nursery schools. GMJCC is affiliated locally with the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County. President is Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Executive director is Efraim Gale. The agency is at 450 SW 18th ave., Miami. omen's Council Offers Many Diversified Aids kough its Varied Programs before members of the CJA campaign cabinet, stressed the importance of strengthening the Jewish family in Greater Miami, spiritually and otherwise, by uniting in the historic humanitarian cause. agencies perfdrm a vital part. Die The president of the Rabbinical family services, the child care and Association asked all local reliyouth agencies, the organizations council of Jewlish classes and also assist with gious. fraternal, civic and educaassisting the aged and handicapped. Wei funds from claims for indemnification against (iona | or g an j Mt ions to mass behind the hospital and recreation centers, •"PPort of its Germany They also help local i-,H^rshin and to volun re serving everyone in our city. Born Program persons to make claims under the ihr aA Iership and to volun "K,| M weJ1 as Fcderal Law for Compensatio „ to teer their efforts to insure success !" ^JJ alI nclusivc Victims of Persecution under the "All of us in the Greater Miami community campa ign conducted National Socialiarea arP menibers of one commu cacn year by the Greater Miami Among other praiseworthy comnj(v .. (he spiritua i | ea der said Jewish Federation, it is our moral Un i t ^ l 7J Ce ;Cl ,UncU C nd Ct r S "Here we live work, play and rear res P ons,b,l,y to support these in an Aid to-the-Blind project, partiere e nvr. w *. i ) nituUoiU. A single gift to the ticipates in a geriatrics program our families. There are nearl ^ ^ fc at Jewish Home for the Aged and 65 000 of us, each an individual, """""" l children at the Miramar but all having many interests and *> "*• %  ". important agencies „1. problems in common. '" *f*" M an wh,ch affpct Xhl Section president is Mrs. Jean We have a common stake in hves ,,f a < %  Us > s tor naturalizaKUve part in I h;, ', • Immigration '"'•i'lents who iMce and taunlgratioB of '" the i mted i new C. Lehman Execut vtary making this a better community peers ^•ttauuj tad Kng. iss Minnie Feinberg. 135 NW f,„our* d our children. In Beth Sholom's spiritual leader said Miami can help expand the 13th ave., Miami. that ir health and welfare free service programs at Mt. Sinai hospital. "Our dollars go to work for the leisure and recreation programs of young and old alike at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. They help newly settled refugee families aided by the National Council of Jewish Women, and our dollars lend strength to our Jewish heritage through the Bureau of Jewish Education. "Here, in # Greater Miami, we are one family—and Federation is the parent organization which unite; our good work toward the gr good for all TO OA...AND VOLUNTEER FOR CJA DUTY...TO SAVE LIVES



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,uary 27. 1956 >kmi%trhridiian Home Chairman Will be Honored Clri'.itcr Miami Women'! Auxiliary. Jewish Home for thwill hold ait annual treasure chest parly TUCM1.IV noon, .Ian. 31, at the Algiers hotel. Fundfrohi thiproject provide the ie for the auxiliary in its monthly contribution toward the maintenance of the Jewish Home for the A" I ;t Douglas Gardens. Mrs. Trudy Hamcrschlag. I urc cheM chairman, will he honored for her accomplishments. Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program chairman. Mrs. Sol Silverman. Auxiliary president, will tell of the role the organization plays in the maintenance of the Home. frudy Hemmtrtchla§ on Panel )avid Club •olhy Fink. Albert Co(Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenihare the platform at IK (it the Beth David on Tuesday evening David Auditorium. Ik, well-known corner ;ind housing expert. Iv returned from Israel Iciiss her travel impresdirector of Jewish and former BaVttkV \T <>\ I nited Service for I r 11a n s. will discuss ported agencies bsenberg will act as Marching Mothers Must Exceed Last Year's Fund Figure Generous giving to the sixth annual Mothers' March on Polio, set for Monday night, Jan. 30, was called for this week by its chairman. Mrs. Sydney h. Weintraub. "Let me urge residents and visitors to give all they can to the marching mothers in this area, for unless the Mothers' March exceeds last year's $176,000, Dade county's March of Dimes will not reach its $230,000 goal," she predicted. Mrs. Weintraub pointed out that there are strong reasons, locally and nationally, for giving to the March of Dimes through the Mothers' March. Page 5 A UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Whitehouse of Beauty SALON Silver-Blonding Tinting Permanent Waving Heir Styling I t J J Special /nfroducfory Offer { This Week Only SHAMPOO and SET $2.00 1451 OCEAN DRIVE Phone JE 8-9SS3 NEW TIME FOR Bargteil Wealee Carol Mickelson (left), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mickelson, 50 SW 58th ct., and Hariette Lee Adelman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman, 4451 SW 1st St., were Bas Mitzvah Friday evening. Ian. 20, at Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. Weslee and Hariette assisted Rabbi Leo Heim during the services. Weslee is a sixth grade student at Fairlawn Elementary, and Hariette attends sixth grade at Kinloch. Both have studied for more than two years at Flagler-Granada. Reception in the girls' honor followed services. YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR < riBWllr'a Yiddish Classical Hour 4. I will be heard evfcry Sunday from > mm — A. i.M i 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Two New Feature* "THEATRE NEWS" Featuring Simon Wolff '•FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Shuehana Specter STATION WWPB 1450 on Yoar Dial LISTEN TO: ie Talmudic iinar of the Air by PINCHAS M. TEITZ If ELIZABETH, NJ. INDAY ON SIMON SEIDEN'S fX fORUM ON THE All Station WMIE, 1140 DIAL G'moro of the Air Broadcast WEVD in N.Y. If IN GREATER MIAMI Sunday WMIE, on tho ISH FORUM HOUR %  **•*.• Heavy Agenda at Bureau Meeting Report on the White House conference on education in Washington. D.C., a report on a tour of Florida and a television film on Jewish life will highlight the regular board of directors meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education Monday at the Bureau building. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Miami repre^ sentative to the White House conference, will sketch the highlights of this national meeting on public education. Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau, will present a travelogue of his survey of educational institutions in the smaller communities of Florida, when he accompanied two rabbis on a recent tour of the state. The program will tlso include the showing of the kinescope film, "Abodah." recently sponsored on television by the American Association for Jewish Education Short reports of Bureau activities will be heard from Max Meisel, j chairman of the budget committee; Harold Thurman. chairman of adult education committee; Mrs. Lili Duntov. chairman of library committee; Sol Goldman, chairman of the board of license; Ehiel Lesowoder, chairman of the teacher placement placement committee; and Joseph Duntov, chairman of Jewish Book Month. Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner. president of the Bureau, will pre.si'lc. loGUST BROS RY t ** is thv DLSTf $ s**sA~* -fa**** the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re. U.S. pat. oft MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. IAUDERDAU WEST PALM BEACH tft EXPERT OR NOVICE... 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Page 6 A j^Q^^lfiami's Houses Of Won Services MONTICELLO PARK JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening s-ervices at 8 p.m.. dedicated to Tu B'Shvat. Religious school studentWill participate in the service, under the supervision of Jacob Goldfarb and Mrs. Hanna Spivack, of the faculty. Subject of Rabbi I-aac Lerer's sermon will be: "Men Grow Like Trees." Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday morning service* are at 9. Sermon wil be based on the topic: "Song of Freedom' Mincha is a; 4:45 p.m. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj evening services a! 5:30 and 8:15' p.m. Giic^t speaker at the late service will be Monroe Dixon in a Lission of: "Ancient Talmud and American Civil Law." Saturday morning services arc at ;; Rabbi Simon April will preach on the Weekly Portion Cantor Berele Kelemer renders the musical portion* ot the liturgy Daily services Talmud precede* the servici a in Class in Bible will be .it a p m followed by Mincha ami Shalos Seudos Hosts are Mr. and evening serviceat 5:30 and 8:30 Un Jose P n Swartx p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate, assisted by the Temple choir. Subject of the sermon is GREATER MIAMI ABOVE L AOUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW AEL CONGREQATION-4000 BETH ISR |,<>uis RotUDM SYNAGOGUES INCOLN ROAD INSTITUTE—125 71th at. Orthodox. lYalrla ava. Orthodox. Mabbl H. Rabbi IFWISH CENTEH-S2" tta at. Conaonratlva. NORTH SHORE JEWISH rt | feral Rabbi 1-^.n Krool.h. ava. ConiwrvailTO. Rabbi Irvine ROAD Waahlactea HI, Orthodox. Orthodox. Rabbi JoRabbi Alxann>r Oroaa. i Id ava, Orthodox. Rabbi an Judalam. Rabbla Abraham TEMPLE BETH SMOLOM TEMPLE EMANU-EL ,V *BELOW LINCOLN FTH JACOB CONGREGATION WMhil BETH JACOB BETH TriLAH CONGREGATION I W OVO, HEBREW ACADEMY 111 it. < KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGAT %  TORAH Tl Rabbi hoac Itrtr "Men Crow" are at 7:30 a m. and 530 p.m. TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER wi hold i veninc services at enoir. suo.iect ot tne sermon is "'"" *<"•••.<> \[ < I %  II be GAT.ON will hold Fndav evening Guest t 5:15 1 ... device, ,,, 5 ,. d i.^ '"' "• Morton Wald I ..,,m nalor V cS 5 w,„ be #XZJS?i2Z % %  '""• cuw The Jew Looks at the I HTm;MUMM. i s^aZirtsrjr ^z^ .1w,a, c.J T,0N iri-SS '" h0,d %  "<> Mrs. Melvin Spitalny. Saturd ,. M '". K„ U ?S n ?! services at 8:15. Rabbi Morris l will h< Ueckly Por1ion Skop will preach on the topic: "A ." '' Jj^'V^ %  },*• V ? n M, A" •N,, t a, portion, oMhe ^l!.;^. 5 P m .. followed ^iS^ff r-JT^r^ — iV :: Abraham I n,lV %* ''"'"• mnln "* !" ** at 5:30 ervicea wil gSJSS -^ -ETH ISR A | T,ON !" hoM r "•rvices al 5 ^ servicrs are a ,' .JlJ mornink; service, *,IM "'>> Rabh, H L<2 cussing the Weekty ry. on of Mr. Milsen. 3917 North will become Bar Mij. Bible is at 4:15 PB beat5: 5P-m..loiiJ5 Seudos. Daily se nift| %  m. and 5:40 p. n All ganar.l r*w, m Ilcation in Tht j^J,' nust be in our efficaj) 4h t., Miami, by TIN To incur* their p^ tOflrephi should btM| by Monday at 5 a.rx loodors who with tfcir] listtd in the Ralieiwii should continue hi 1 notices in our affiom *•. Copy rtachiiM „ Floridian after then Will b Mt Mi* fw tho following week, is still nowtworthy. "MONUM£NTS UI We r aor li ma a i\ t cattaMeri In ,eitrM I olaa i ar* in tht firiarL., % rtolt we have mM M ctaatttrict fer MM iaN H i Too, too. will fool Its 1 sottofoctian Iraai • tai 1 yto mokt M tl 1 THURMOII MONUMENT Ol Tfca 2$f*ry "kiti S2S3 S.W. ltd St. M MAKRERSS4UI •let CtMetery Caaffl Oaea Seatqs : • e NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8 15. Rabbi Henry TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will J* 0 ''" wUI d '-s: "Jewish Ar and Mrs. Loui.. JaftV" %  ^'• \Z,^ der'rr"" 'T\" n IUbb '' Fr l;, >' ****** Kl "' r Maurice Neu I Bar M.tzvah. Cantor ^gR^ Z^Xnu !" '] ?* Wwk,J ? '^ ^" Kr ""' t ^ S?r7 "'" "I"* 8P rti n f son renders the m us,cal \J$Z ,.,wed .n s < ">,• topic: ?. e .. htUr ?^ <"e cho.r ofthenturp. %  „„;• -; %  T.S !" rr HAEL ^Pft k r s unddy "*"* TION will hold Friday evening tl0: Alai fDr services at 5:30. Saturday morning BETH JACOR rrsS* \ DtiM JACOB CONGREGATION ,: Bar Mitzvah services are 8:30. .reach 'The Blues That Lift. ; s —~ Rahbi Arie will hold v~ T \ "" M ,,UN "*" %  "* %  Cantoi Sfi-JSE-*.-..taa:l/l 5 ; %  %  ;;,%  under ihe direction of Lucille Moore oneg Shabbat will be pon"ored In Mr and Mrs. Ben Miller m hormr of their 27th wedding anniversarj • • e Cla ? 2! itUdeilUol the —•i\ice> ;,re it n • FLAGLER GRANADA'jEWISM COMMUNITY CENTER w.ll hold rriday evening services at 530 |" n J leeph Marten, chairman of ,, '• M.M.,,., committee. 'll officiate in the absence of me MiDa) ''" "'"m. Louis SchwarU' h ;;" : 'rector of the BUfcn ., "" : ren""" '•wi.h Fducation. will di.v nf the' -"I Reh.ion ho Taught ,. ,. .• i ,l .. V,> :. .' h ''" hll( Schools?' Oneg mornAbraham *• rhant. Mincha M at a JO p ni followed by Maariv. w Preach ..,, t 1 nnn n will K na Mrs ""' '" h,1 SchooU?" My*tS. h K^I,';;""%  Th m .„;,;;, ',';,•" U ii s.„urda y PhUiP Brumm r r „ i """ r L *bo 8:30. Al sieal n (l r.,..„ .. I (r "'•' mu.._'"" "' Mitnah during v.., Davis v,|| rh n w.—wMki Arh Becker "The Bluet' • a 'SRAEL CENTER will hold Mand Kahhi on Dora the 'Portions of t MERCANT NATIONAL UOF MIAMI IV L.ocoln ot WarInvites you to commerciol fl checking fociliW Free Customer P and bank-by added services Open on Accour' f.j.-ol D.pc" FidifO.1 COMING TO NEW the Law. Cantor Samrendera the musical liturgy. JloUl aVoaaV^r



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Lory 27. 1956 ^JtmiU,n^rl/ rtr Page 51 \s Yvonne Wellman is Fiancee Kupcrberg [MiJames P. Welker, own. o announce the oi their daughter, Oilman, to Joel Kuper|fr and Mrs. Mitchell 822 SW 31st ct. iu I Lewis and Clark ptland, Ore., the bridetcutive director of the (iirl Scout Counreceived his BA Ml I niversity of imanager of the Caidens nl Naples, Fla. pddin^ iplanned. Miss Dtonna fimkolstein o Finkelsiein, Jacobs Troth Announced Mr. and Mrs. Henry I. Finkelstein, 3585 Collins ave, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Deanna, to Ronald Bert Jacobs, son of Mrs. L. Mervis and S. E. Jacobs, both of Chicago. Miss Finkelstein and her fiance are planning an early summer wedding in Chicago. Formerly of Rock Island, III the bride-elect attends University of Miami where she is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Mr. Jacobs attended University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, and University of Miami where he was affiliated with Phi Epsilon Pi. i<> Heim Will Wed Chicago (iirl in Windy City Rites Saturday Heim, ^plrtual leader and a year later at Charles University, Prague, Czechoslovakia. They renewed their acquaintance last summer in Chicago, where the groom-elect was engaged in the completion of bis rabbinic studies. Dr. Morris A. Gutstein, spiritual leader of Shaarei Tikvah, and pre* ident of the Chicago region of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, will officiate at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony. The couple will spend their brief honeymoon on a four-day automo•Granada Jewish Com ^ntrr. will marry Miss itein on Jan. 28 at Rvafa Congregation, Chip-lr in. i HI 146 at Teachin Budapest, Hungary, fetyW INO ROOM fGANT DINING Continental Mannar ally supervised by I Rene Black BfU BIZONY Continental fnsemc-le KtMinlieM: JrMUl Miss tosaima Cohen Video Couple Will Wed Here April 8 Apr. 8 is the date which Rosanna Jean Cohen and Robert Gelberg have set for their marriage. It will take place in Beth David Synagogue. Announcement of their plans is made by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen, 3975 NW 4th ter., parents of the bride-to-be. Both Miss Cohen and her fiance are employed at WTVJ. she in the programming department and he as a cameraman. Miss Cohen attended University of Miami, where Mr. Gelberg received his AH degree in journalism. He was founding editor of Tempo magazine and a member of Iron Arrow at the UM. He also is a World War II veteran. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are the Joseph Gelbergs, New York. bile tour, returning to Miami Feb. 3, where Rabbi Heim will resume his duties at Flagler-Granada. On Feb. 6, he will receive the Bachelors degree from the University of Miami in human relations and deliver the invocation at commencement exercises. The couple will be at home at 5281 NW 2nd st., Miami. Roumanian Village Restaurant AUTHENTIC IOUMANIAN CUISINE STIAKS CHOPS Internationally Known Abrisho with hit Gypty Melodies Dinner 4 12 p.m. Continuous Music All Kinds of fnferfoinmenf Perry Bevbil • Irving Rosenzweig, Hosts fri., Sat. and Sun. 764 Washington Ave. Ph. JE 8-9273 ALSO CATERING FOX ANY LARGE OR SMALL OCCASION nta inebl eai 441*1 SI lad CoiUM AtNilt, MB LM RBIE'S


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j.; Page 4 B rjfvUtfkrJdtor. Frid a Y. lo Sn f/tcfKar/m of Society m Long Island and graduated (mm I he I nniT il\ (.( Mi.imi. im laude with a HBA dcShe is ;> iii' I \lph;i I ii ij She iemploycd with ,ho Wuk, Barlnfa and iMiami ); %  %  eoant, .iop.,-, I n,. n c | har N.. %  wt -i.lms *"" BIRTHS Miss Marylin Kopp Kopp. Ximil Will Wed in New York A blir %  late in 1953 start the %  Franklin M / i %  the | M Mr / %  % %  • • • Z %  • V.. ;. • licers Ass Miss Kopp is in her sophoi •' ar at I •-. elementary educat The Ve York Jam Miss florence Sot %  Mr Kind is president of I ership hoi .. munbi: Epsilon nit> \ ISt Miti Violet Konil MT. SINAI HOSPITAL— v • bom t<> Dr. and Mrs Alvin nti Jan i Sen born to Mr and Mrs. LeRoy Glass -'.iii 18. Daughter bora to Mr and Mrs. %  ad Jan 17. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. rd llli.'an 16. born I" Mr and Mrs. Seymour NichtherRcr Jan. 15. Son lw>rn to Mr and Mrs. Leon..rd Scbwartl Jan 13 Daughter l>orn to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Dec 29. Son N.rn to Mr and Mrs. JZdi.i.cil Doc. 29. Son horn to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour (inpman Dec 29. Son horn to Mr and Mrs Stanley Son born to Mr jndM.1 FcinftoM Dec 27 "H Daughter an-1 ^ ^L and Mrs K, rmi MareWfl Son born to Mr anrtttl Wachholder Dee 24 1 Son horn to Mr and J ert Buchwal.1 Dec 24 Daughter horn to to Justin Siegrl Dec 22. Son born to Mr and fa Klamkin Dec 22. lire Tiolli Double Kelt as Konigs Mark Anniversary %  %. i BtOOm Dec 2!l /—>/"-v "* S "" ,> rn '" ^ r ant Mrs Sy ^^^MV^^J^OsK Kaplan*Dec 28 Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbi i! Kutkm Doe 27. Son horn to Mr and Mrs Frank Hirschbein Dec 27. Social Gotfcerings I of All Kinds %  parties i, wedding* f 4 luncheons + receptions lM.|>Hm(lwi: M S-|ll Or. Fresco in Talk On Dynamic PsycKoL. Health and Happiness (3 present Dr. Jacques Frtjj lecture on Dynamic .. at the Spinoza Korum. lift* Ocean ct Saturday night Dr. Fre^o has rtmthj pleted studies amonj People He has also .. group experiments aoaajj quents I'M Students Plan August Ceremom Florence J Si met f Mr %  It wi when I %  anniversary ol the parents ol t hiect, Mr nan %  Henrj B Wernick. 4001 ach "< niversit) hcn he was vice prcsidei I I al fraternity, fraternitj president of H l'si. h Hi a >nal He 1 ayonv 0* TIM 0cM. Had H Urd St* For the Finest Dottl MICHEL'S Strictly Koskr RESTAURAHI ''AH I Its I AH MITZVAMS. WeOOlNOO and SOCIAL OCC* PERMANENT MASHGIAH ON PREMISES •40 71 it STiHT. MIAMI it ACM OPPOSITE THE FO ITAI m p Mrking Air Jersey Charlie's RESTAURANT SYRIAN AND KOSHER FOODS OUR SPECIALTY All Syrian Pastries baked in butler on premises. We use only Prime Kosher Lamb I Btel. OPtN 24 HOURS SANDWICH TO A BANQUETIS! Sunny Isles Blvd. Ph. 816-9419 ; i CHINA DOLL CHINESE and AMERICAN RESTAURANT iMciAuimc m emmst nmm mm BUSINESS LUNCH fa.f DINNER :iS!\ "25 B.SCAYNI %  OOlfVA.O FllNTY Of HH I Completely Air Conditioned rare' KOSHER RESTAURANT J Mn, i^rience in DW. i" .'. llt T 1U|| 'NNER FROJ.trsV "INCH ITALIAN CUISINE bv JOHN FRIGGI 'tSS Alton Rd Jl 8-9925 { W tAfina* • RMOONMS • Mtta% i luncheon $ ami All Private hall | BI8CAYNB Mia mi* 8 Only New Bay front* %  Private Roams Sooting from 10 ftSHj CHARLES MAY... "StiU Your Host" K 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD catering perfection (ji+tbAb't '141 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH! Coffee Shop The Original BATTISTA'S IS BACK 4041 N.W. 7th ST Were out to please Ln food in IL„ Serving the finest in Italian or Am^i^"^,-" Pleasure. Lascgna Ravioli. Veal ScaUopin ChW^'' h r ? m *ad. Steaks and Chops. thicken Caccialore, Come Dine .. Where the Atmosphere anrl < Are Most Cha^'na ZX^ !" ^ Koyal HungarianTOT Res.—, for Beautifully Arranged Affairs with JraiHnmii ni lll 5. uW-t ~ (,,t ^ *•* Cftfing hcWm J JJ^^tON AVINVI. MiAM IIACal K)M 7> ." > s_


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Page 10A m British Jewry are Marking Their 300th Annivi STORIES OF KING SOLOMON. By Lillian S. Freeh* H""**** S.ymour R. Kaplan. 175 pp. Philadelphia: Th. J.w.sh Publication Society of America. $2.75. By HILARY MINDLIN WE WALK in the fairyland of children "">' rif the pro.11 the Jewish Publi. I,ian Freehof's sequel to her popular "Stories oi Kins David natins tales oi King Solomons wisdom .ire not newlj i back into the folklore of the Midrash Mrs • debt ttho late Dr, Loui work. "Legends of the Jews.' i**** folklore. While David lives in legend as a warrior and "trj around his voungest is woven thread of the power of the mind rather than that oi the bod) runs rough the cloth in i N boy. Solomon I veiled through the forty-nine most important lesson—the diffi between i He spoke with birds and commanded the four wind• yet when he grea ovi r pn id. a tiny ant n hl: •he pa'h lity. Mrs. Freehof, who is the v the four cei turies while the Tem| l| "; "' 7 em p!e :• Nel' %  < w n magic ril through wh on imprisoned Asmodeus, king "' 'he demons; with flyii M mous ildiers coul •• : sp*Hs, the flaming of th< and the sly devil who is tricki The author has made the n is riddle the Queen of Sheba and Kinc Solomon, and about some oi Solomon's i nirt decision-he ha< written whole episodes, fillinc in detail* •;g a third dimension to the characterThe tale of Solomon's m nificent mechanical throne, which I from conqueror to I queror and finally was lost forever somi rld, is • -park even the adult in peculation magically %  igSome of the stories, particularly those developed around Solomon's proverb-, seem a little contrived, although the eight-to-ten-year-old : not be at all di-turbed MrFreehof has managed t. imbue the talewith the oi ivor of legend that semistylized, patterned combination of repetition and fa-! movement ><' -he has the feeling of humanity which maki S mon and all his as real as once the> were Mr Kaplan illustrations, while not • text, have a Biblical feeling and add immeasurabl] to • ment of the • • A BIBLE STORY COLOR-IN BOOK put I 111 an \--o. S'ew York has ti Kl to go with I %  |uired t > draw m a "missing element" in each picture, so that he must hav some idea ot the Bible story represented l<> the picture Over-priced at Si 50. tl • nevertheli mg child the ordii rder •a* Ion %  braU""" *""'' lew in tincoui I munityinW. ""J centu. in alwai not at tim( %  tin-. %  %  but, th.it ol mom collector thej were tl : no the • u.iin : H was nol unti ul, h i • turn I IM i were led bj an Amsterdam rabbi. Menasseh Ben Israel who presented an historic petition to Cromwell in which he ri the Protector "to grant that the Great and Glorious Name he I.ord oar God may be extolled, and solemnly worshipped praised by us through all the bounds of this Commonwealth; to grant us place in your try. that we may have our net, and free exercise of our Religion Though this petition was never |> ruled upon, no indication was given that Jews would be red from the land and from on began the resettlement ol Jews in England. The first rs were Sephardi merchants In their wake, came the first Ash/m' tor the most part Polish who had settled in other .in centers after fleeing persecution in their own country. The trickle continued throughout the next hundred years, and in the middle of the 18th century man and Polish settlers moved out of Ixmdon to the ma"nil) J r '•'•'PorNtt Pawnbrokers *. rr, n these ceahll Hamng wh % %  trad. Were It took anotl f,,n '' Parlua, from Jewt^ which they ^ with other lished after much bitteri_ n "' 1 <* Roth^i fir-i Jew to takm ment .)ust3o y fat i became the first, Toward the eaij century, and nJ the Ruasfaa. of Jews emenaj '< -rahly-n 000 came in 1910 Though Uajj eign speikmg with it its o*i years irom 19001 %  COW ment in the 1 Jewi-h ommunaj. it w m s< IIWARTZ — Ludwig Lewisohn Returned to His Old People WHki SAIL < ARSO\ — LUDWIG UW/SOHN Late Prophet United Nations Again Tackles Problem of Religious Bigotry In the Vcrimin in the • "bj rm • system especially in medical sen in the Pn %  : Quebec, m Canada v ualli i systemsCatholi lewprefer to -end their children to thi 'where no Jewish pal iavailable! because parentare that the children in Protestant schools I from religious instruction... in Mexico, jews ma.n,i,,n ''" : their owen .. In Argentina, "if is quite impossible for studentof Jewish or ter ainternein many hospitals." These fact-, and n an) otto • ncP I part of the formal record of the United Nationnow The data is included in the first global n on Discrimination in Education ever | The report is also the fir-t to be brou) ht to impletion— its adoption is under discos .. v the Inited Nations Subcommis n „, Discrimination .md Protection of Minor 1 The Subcommission ipart oi the Human | Commission. All forms of discrimination, it : human rights For several the subcommission has been holding itsesarious ty| crimination—in the fieldoi employmenl P Ut !! n You could never mistake a by Lewisohn for a piece by Zangwiil. What suggested the analogy, I think, is that both Zangwill and Lewisohn were generally accepted by the world at as, shall I say. irretrievably Jewish There are many eminent writerwho are Jews, but you do not think of them as being partirl> Jewish But Zangwill and Lewisohn were not only Jews but wholly involved, or at least predominantly occupied, with Jewish rial. While they had this common : they were otherwise very different. Zangwill came from the ghetto—the old Jewish things were the bone of his bone and the flesh of his flesh—and it was his veal something of the inner spirit, of the sadness and joys, the wisdom and folly and tribulations of his brethren. To the world at large to whom Jewish Mined to be curtained off and often confusing, he revealed -omcthing of its pathos and comedy, as perhaps a painter might do, subtly without seeking to direct your course. l-ewishohn was different. His parents were had long ahaadafl Jewish The? mttd Ilaeckel and Huxintj brought to the when he was seafl His parents ser.ldf Southern town, sent to the School In his an wrote that he to all intentand | Christian He his Saviour, he almost nothing of J Despite his tion. he found accepted. He didrtj to get a college J he traced this fact that the garded him as I don't know i ed him back to probabl) had aa %  way. he came bail bang He beciraei( aloud for Jewto i the Torah of the*I He was in daism to Jews sail we need the more for things are familiar than n^ tongueThere are mi to define. You down in a few cant do that wiU J Therefore oar H ed interpreter.*' very great. it* • ir home • J ,I L '-"1 "" does not formally toil can viewpoii • ffOJtf* SMOLAR — ap I bii-. while represem the man tor th.' %  U.S. Officials Carefully Peruse! only by Jew, buTiJ NURA LASKY — forward Givat Hashlosha Center Where Old Folks Have Found Peace Givat Hashlosha. perched h,,^ „;..... __ WU,IU Wit K^^KSMIC Tel Aviv's suburbs, was once a kibbutz .settlement). Like many others Hashlosha oi the communal er ideological disputes and both'^^'d^id to quit and start afresh somewhere else GivatlES ort. with a.l „s house, and hut, a^ she d d n cliards lay abandoned 5 anu Wh,,h .M-tnbu, orlay abandoned. Then it began afresh No, as a kibbutz this ti me it as ( something very different-. co mmunity (lf old folks. Aged men and women, all over 60 and many octogenarians among them, have settled ,n the reconditioned settlement, to live out their l lve peacefully and without material worries. I old mittee run,„ Israel throw', ITM" t! Ahou, |20 „ 1(1 Zn enjoym comfortable houses 2E& *•"=£' Bs^^'siwssnautiful entet and but muni %  awer imagined '"> after Wong to those many lu H W ^ a d ** to •* after them ^^ who hav >obod y 'e Department circles are taking note of the participation major American Jewish orations for the two-day connce on Middle East problems which opened in Washington Jan 17 A large number of nonJewish members of Congress aU 1 dinner session of the rence, and their voices may ha heard in Congress. Dr Nahum Goldman, who was 'bo principal speakers at 'he gathering, was expected to 1 w,th high State Departofficiate this week, in con < with the conference. At mil* parley last year two SUte Department officials made rar) revealing statements during addrevses to the audience. This year, when the Arab-Israel s 'tnation is more acute, duration is expected as to "on the SUte Departanoaft wiU naaau



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PcgeBA <*£*i*ttkri(MaP. -^ J\l, David Richard, son of Mr. Mrs. H. L. Simon. 1811 Cleveland rd., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at the North Shore Jewish Center on Saturday Jan. 28. A reception and dinMr will follow in his honor art the Algiers hotel. David extends Nautilus Junior Hi will continue with his He: studies. Rabbi Ma _. witz officiated. Stuarf Kimmel to Be Bar Mitzvah %  if Mr and Mrs iif! ]08.i 98tl -• b, Will : I morn in 28. at thi Bar Mitzvah will Mussal services and n the Scroll the A %  I i Ror.ald's Parents To he Hosts at • %  s ; G \ Beth Da\id • five Beth I Ifn ho*u Henrv Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Milsen. fonnerly ol Montreal, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, Jan. 28, at Beth Israel Congregation. Henry attends Nautilus Junior r..ah and the religious school of Beth Israel, where he will BOB 5 Hebrew studies. H Louil Rottman will ofArdmorc Alan Robert, son of Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Medoff. 345 North Shore dr.. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Jan. 28, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. 'Alan, a student in Beth Sholom s religious school, attends eighth grade at Nautilus Junior iHigh School. Forum on l In the Si A forum on lion Job r the •in* Beth Sh-ion


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n j Mr*. Staven A. Barbash left last week for cold Cntham Town after a month-long, glorious holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cherry, of Biscayne Point circle. During her visit here—which friends say was only slightly marred by the "intemperate" weather Mrs. Barbash entertained at a birthday dinner g her sister, Mrs. Hanry Rainhard, in the Eden Roc lostess was Mrs. Charry. K Vork, Mrs. Barbash will resume study at Columbia where she is working for a Masters degree. Husband pnpleting basic training at Naval Training Center, Bain[.. prior to continuing service in the Navy. [from Forest Hills, Long Island, is Miss Blanche GreenN'I u York commercial artist. i e is lioiiseguesting it with the William Tendlers at their 11 I home. from icrosa the Hudson and Newark, N.J., came Mrs. sldman to visit her sister, Mrs. Daisy Lart, of West ave. fcvcnng from recent surgery at Mt. Sinai. ix Marmonstains, noted owners of Key West's Casa ki to Miami Tuesday and a Beach opening at the IH d there is singer Batty Madigan, MGM starlet, who career at Max's Casa Marina three years ago. The %  ins did the 180-mile trip "north" because they "just }n Betty." Til be oodles of proud parents across the Bay this week. lid year commencement at the University of Florida. lc among graduates from Miami Beach on the Gainesville Arthur Allan Adlar, Jay Comras, Timmy Mel Hoffman, (win Kahn, Donald Joseph Seidler and Fred Laonard socialite affair was the University of Miami Symphony last week at Hialeah Race Course. Mrs. Mitchell Wolf%  president, was hostess with her movie and television pusband at one of the Golden Note tables. furs and stunning formats moved among pleasant cocktails as Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weifton—he's the | known industrialist—and the Daniel Arnatalns exchangtation tainment. of course, came from the University of Miami with conductor John Bitter offering light dance music occasion. ^y Franklin's night club was the site last week of a surfor photographer Kenneth Leuronce and his lovely, I'd fiancee Miss Anne Lende. {tractive bride-to-be is a Montreal import and the daugh^. and Mrs. Shapsal Lande. Mother of the groom-elect is %  rd Lauranca, who was a guest with Ken's brother, Budd, Cial gift and shower. ft their congratulations to the couple were the Harold and Mrs. Rocky Pomerance, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Krautar >lvin Victors. Mire party later in the evening moved on to the Surfside ft. and Mrs. Stanley Coitune for an intimate barbecue. H ests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Danbaum were the rons, i.| Philadelphia, where George is an automobile Igul Roslyn and Alfred Obolar have opened their Chase ave. *rs. Seymour Weiss, of Brooklyn and Massapequa, L.I. >€ ail dinner party was the site of the 34th wedding anniverof the Jack Barnstains last week. pouple .laughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Alan hosts at the party in their Donatello ave. resiincluded Mrs. Jack Underberg, Mrs. Bernstein's sister, Inderberg, from Atlantic City. ffering their congratulations were two brothers. Bernard f y Logman, with their wives, from Philadelphia. >> j*-od in Chicago last weekend, but Rhoda and Georgo ne s.Aony here and Windy City banking enterprises— al > bj entraining for Los Angeles and a visit with their Samuel w. Sax, and his bride of last June. and Georga planned on only one week in LA, before to ( hicago for a brief stay. They're expected back in p n > penthouse very soon. K Medical Front: Some 100 physicians gathered at the r'*" 1 no,el last Saturday night to celebrate the confirmapjer Gerald Alan Lamberg, whose parents are Dr. and • Lemberg f attending included these medical couples: the Sol "cob Nebers, Milton Goldmans. Max Graft**, J. GlassLiu J,tob n Rudolph Drosds, David Nathans, Lao Unger, and Nelson ZivitasM. lousy with preparations for the confirmation of their Ik .' Dr nd **•*•• L wenee Medoff. Buddy is a Naur h grader Note: Spending their time these days yachting new boat are Dr. end Mrs, David Brexin and their •„,?"' J .* ck Arv# expect to be rather busy as hosts coming days. ?lw!* from Chic o staying at the Saxony hotel for iitwk u r X i,rod commissioner of Cook County, and 71 lormer s **te factory inspector. fi „ l^ re **** with ^eir wives. The Arveyt, who are •7a h.t sp nd their wintera in Mi ml Beacn wU1 ** 0I ,he visiting foursome before the month is up. the \JUl ovnan s WortJ it^JlirMvilsib-IEiliOiriidlilaun MIAMI. FLORIDA Friday. January 27, 1956 Section B • At the home of Mrs. Leonard Wien discussing results of the Women's Division Patrons' Tea, biggest fund raising function in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal, on Jan. 16 at the home of Mrs. Nathan S. Gumensick, 4929 Pinetree dr. are (left to right) Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, Women's Division chairman, Mrs. Wien and Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, co-chairman of the tea, Mrs. David Phillips and Mrs. Clem Myerson. Greater Miami dentists do their part to alleviate human needs through their support of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown greeting Sam J. Heiman (left) CJA Chairman, are Dr. George Graham, Mrs. Graham, Rabbi Max Schenk, Mrs. Eggnatz and Dr. Meyer Eggnatz. Women's Chapter in Fashion S how Among Varied Programs North Shore chapter of B'nai B'rith Women announce a "return trip to wonderland" luncheon, including a spectacular fashion show by "Babs" of the Fontainebleau and a floor show called 'The Gay Nineties." featuring a bathing suit revue. Date is Monday noon, Jan. 30. at the Fontainebleau hotel. In charge of reservations are the Mesdames Mark Silverstein. Charles Reichenthal and Charles Kollin. • • • Plans are being formulated by the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida which comprises 12 chapters, inducing Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale, for a carnival-bazaar to be held Feb. 19, all day Sunday. from 12 noon to 12 midnight in the Surf room of the Roney Plaza. President of each local chapter and her fund raising vice president are helping to arrange the affair. There will be an auction, rides for children home-made foods and hand-made articles for sale. Highlight of the evening will be the awarding of a trip to Paris for two. • • • Miami Beach chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold a Menbrah card party Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 1, at the Empress hotel. Country Supper for Miami Sisterhood Sisterhood of Mami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold a country supper and auction in the social room Sunday evening, Jan. 29. Mrs. Michael Blank, chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Robert Schweitzer. Leonard Stern, TV personality, will act as auctioneer. Hostesses will include Mesdames Martin Berger, Peter Duchon, Freda Rappaport, Benjamin Sokoloff, Kuny Zeiss, George Goldberg, Mollie Harrison and Toby Magun. Mrs. Saul Bernstein is in charge of reservations.



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+JtmistfM#*£Frwo^i Page 2B 3 tablespoon^ milk 1 cup grated Cheddar Type cheese 1 tablespoon caraway seeds iKimmeb Sift together flour and salt into a mixing howl Cul in shortening with a wire pastry blender or use •wo knives. Add one egg at a time, reserving half oi the second eg yolk in a saucer Beat after ling the fir^t egg. add the milk with the portion of econd egg and t ntir.ue beating till thoroughly ined The mixture will be like a h batter Chill in the r about l hour when read) to bake. at least i half hour bef • dough mti .! ret Kit a half inch thick, us tion with Hru-h the rolled Wltn -lightly diluted with milk Of Sprinkle generously with te then caraw Pal down with rolling pir as it into strips half an inch arid) and 4 inchelong. Have the bakir or eo %  well in dusted lightly with flour oven When heated to 425 lift each of the cut pit > and : inn a circle with i hanging out Place on pan and bake IS minutes or till lightly browned Serve wit'l< salads, too! Yield36 Twi Along with lo appreciated "bouq "i Reader column we do n fi a handed compliment^ i then For in-tance Wh\ donl tell u%  i special tncl si nd-bj roc:; Fine, Mrs Sauce for Fish: in'• nd •mlk v • %  I paprika pir to taste radish red or white 2 tablespoons minced pnrtMJ For Poultry: 2 C U| '' l "" I or lemon 2 tablespoons lemon julee cradi-h paprika •id let re using i : %  chicken, turkey or § %  | i upGinoer add a pinch of ground ging er I I) meat -U % %  for a Dppy hWI you'll want to re SiHroo ftened in a table I •. | irater per '* teaspoon wonderful herb will lend color and flavor to dough I I or muffinV -• I aa flavor savor in cooking CEFTLTE FISH remember Granny's -pecial touch" Cerewey Seeds in small %  to Muerkraul or r even botttred BO keit a -pecial. Sour Crem-irv-Rush u-t arid • i each cup i'i regular cream or evapo%  tir to b i on fresh fruits lx rrii i rj Leap Year Parti Will ft tTrsctrssed Here ft* Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian of the event, haul Sisters, will discuss plains for a teat on Why n j__ Leap Year party at (h*?ir Feb. 1 be Kmg for a Day meeting in Dora August Hall. 900 j band will receive gift,* M\ 17th ave. ; -*>f ioaw at a p*,. Mrs, Bernard Kaplan, chairman early March ^^^* f"V Treat yourself to del coffee...and sleep,topi DIET WITH EASL FrM Suiinne is street* nt %  IwnMU Keep ir little —uvt it lot -c SIM MIC. RCCOWMtNOfD BY 0OCt0S Mrs. Glenn Ford Iactress Eleanor Powell hes been appointed tribute chairman oi the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children at Denver. Mrs. Ford was cited ior her service to the National Home, a free nationwide medical center for lh treatment of children suffering from chronic intractable cslhma. "Tfct Aristocrat il Ten"' > s )A f*i prfct tujor (lo.Or Sugar'"* At fOOO 1 Otuo STOtfS fvitrwMft! '/ WANT /HY /Mflff' 'June-in January' For Sisterhood Tuesday, Jan 31. at noon. Beth David Sisterhood will hold a "June in.Jaru;ar>" luncheon in their auditorium After all the northern weather that -sneakedinto Miami. Sisterhood memberwelcome change to' dine with friends in the atmophere of table arrangementand decor in the June-.n-JanuarV motif Mrs Michael Covin. chairman, iassisted by her committee of Mesdames Richard Herold. MornRabinowitz. Homer Rievman. Sam Oetrowsky, Max Siegel and Robert Purisch •II ii "• %  t Meiit! v>^^wteatiwMly! D %\r Duted by LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS Mew York, Naw Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington Albany, Boston, Providence ol' other points. DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS *" 455 COLLINS AVE / ARE YOU f A R 8 I U N J I T ? FREE" c JvLr T UBIE RESN 'K NEW YORK47, NEW YORK and be svrt if s FLORIDA DAIRIES MOMOGfMfrra Vhomin "D" Milk "Milk Preach" Oecre Protected HL 4-2621 *ettT Miami trtrvery MEANS K KOSHER LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY Jfcwt Products have fobfoical Supervisio,, Compare the flavor CoHoo it oil coffee, poro | coffeo. beoetdacl emd f aw idl to oorfoctioo. C ewporo Of ClUttAl rooos ^nk it all W Good Any Ti i£U o PICKLED, COOKED ami SMOKED MEAT CMsiBf piwffsibH % •55 IISCAVNE ST., MAM *£* PHONES: SSS HltfeUR PEAtl



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vxaryj/j 27, 1956 [on Way to Washington for Talks „ued form Pego 1 A ^JmlsJifhrldllon London from Capitol Ipi, r to .urompany Prime %  ;,!,, on hia trip across ntic British policy on arms to the Arab nations is concerned. Meanwhile, reliable sources in Washington believe that the British intend to press for Israel to make concessions as the best path to. peace. Thee sources also kell, British Labor %  a vigorous .?? I !" '"esc sources also Ul I I'lmlhitoK d C ^ e \' %  ,a L Se Wtary of State .SSnTuS^r i ^ull^. h a* a h a nrl n n a d pr^us the Near East prior to Washington for Jv.il in L top U.S. officials. Sir had, during the previweeks, been the target kkeil's and the Labor uii inquiry so far as Arab-Israel area on his way to the SEATO conference in Karachi, Pakistan. Dulles, who will leave Washington Mar. 2, has decided to fly over the trouble zone without stopping and return to the troublesome Near East situa•**i ftr. Samuel Be/kin Uiist Will ik Saturday |ddisher r'orum will meet evening, Jan. 28, at KneI Minn. list and translator Leib ; trill be principal speaker hission of "Odessa—BirthMo lern Yiddish and Heerature." i-born Fein berg is a gradkacoH t niversity. He has the I'nited States since \t .i contributor to numerbcations in Yiddish and fctly. he is a member of p| Journal and Day staff. work is an epic poem. Generation." pdisher Forum is a weekptation of the Greater C iimittee. H. KORENVAES eencej the Opening Ms Office far it •ero) Practice of 'ENTISTRY [3010 N.W. 7th St I Ph. NE 5-0048 • •; Ira*. r Af. Drttsas of Distinction Outstanding Monufocturer* Atroctively Priced [STUDIO ( %  •ncoln Rood A D t. 3 B each-Ph.JE8 0202 Cantor Btth David Cong. W. LIPSON OHEL f* 1 CIRCUMCISION Dr. Belkin Will Be Miami Visitor Dr. Samuel Belkin, now in his 12th year as president of Yeshiva University, wil arrive in Miami Beach on Thursday, Feb. 2, to participate in a series of discussion and report meetings with national leaders of the initial American uni. versity chartered under Jewish auspices. Dr. Belkin has led Yeshiva during its period of greatest academic and physical expansion. His tenure as president has seen the elevation of Yeshiva to university status and the establishment of graduate departments in mathematics, education and community administration. The enrollment has doubled and the historic charter to establish the nation's first non-sectarian medical college under Jewish auspices was acquired. Today, Yeshiva University with an enrollment of some 3,000 students, comprises 15 schools and divisions which offer courses of study leading to 15 different graduate and undergraduate degrees. In 1920. Dr. Belkin came to the United States and continued his duties at Harvard and Brown Universities, attaining election to Phi Beta Kappa and receiving his PhD degree from Brown in 1935. He was appointed instructor in Greek at Yeshiva University's College of Arts and Science, also becoming an instructor in Talmud at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, another division of Yeshiva University. Kneseth Israel Children Will Mark Tu B'Shvat Children of Kneseth Israel have purchased trees in Israel and will hold a special Tu B'Shvat program on Sunday morning. Jan. 29. Sisterhood will treat them with the special fruit that is traditionally grown in Israel. Cantor Abraham Seif will offer a selection of special songs emphasizing the significance of this observance at late Friday night services Jan. 27. Page 3 A Joninna Sad off Born Jan. 17 Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sadofi, of 631 SW 23rd rd., announce the birth of a daughter, Joninna, on Jan. 17 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. Kasow. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sadoff. Joninna's great, grandmother is Mrs. Rebecca Kasow. Mrs. Sadoff is the former Doris Kasow. CROWN FENCF Or. Samutl Sondmtl Judaism Institute For Protestants At Temple Israel Some 60 Protestant clergymen of Dade county will attend a Ministers' Institute on Judaism to be I held at Temple Israel on Monday I morning, Jan. 30. The guest lecturer will be Dr. I Samue Sandmel, Professor of Bible land Hellenistic Literature at the ( H ebrew Union College in Cincinnati. His subject during the mommy will be "Judaism in the Greek Dispersion: Some Possible Clues to j Paul's Thought." At noon, when the clergymen will be the guests of the Temple at a luncheon, his subject will be | "Christian Writers on Judaism and Jewish Writers on Jesus." Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, has arranged the Institute. Dr. Sandmel is a graduate of the Hebrew Union College, where he' was. ordained in 1937 and was appointed to the faculty of his alma mater in 1952. In 1951, he was elected a Fellow of the National Council on Religion in Higher Education in recognition of his contributions to religious education at the graduate level. He was awarded the President's Fellowship by Brown University and prepared a book on the New Testament. "A Jewish Understanding of the New Testament," which will be published this year. He is at present working on a book to be called "Judaism and Christianity." Cord Party Sunday Evening Card party will be held Sunday evening by the Women's Division of the Workmen's Circle at 25 Washington ave. • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAIN LUCK WOOD COHCITTB DOUBLE LOOP 4 DIAMOND LAWN W1M FENCING MIAMI 89-2578 FT. 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Heads immittee will head the „f the brilliant r-ning tfie Com* •:il drive on SunInebleau hotel. been active for nipni t.iiit commuBiri pir activities, |eMiami commu\c\i\ positions of the Combined nop its inception. ssu to serve on nmittee are the M Sapiro, Anna lanley C. Myers, J. Heiman, Sam |d Thurman, IsiGimbel. Jack A. fVVien, Louis GlasJohn Serbin. Dapard Broad. Monte edor, Aaron Kan,lacob Sher, BerLeon Jacob*. dults Pick sident i^s recently been it of the Young the Greater Mialunity ("enter. [hi been active various programs Ian education major I Miami. [him in an official [be Klain Andole, Harr) Safra, treasr rding -ecreta'/ chaplain; iiamentarian; I anl .it-arms. tiled Sunday I Ishfp Club of pch will sponsor an on Sunday B>. at 450 SW 16th Bounced by Henry ent iif the group. *J*sltfhrlMt > 'Sweet Sixteen' for Alyce Goldberg Miss Alyce Goldberg's "sweet sixteen" party Saturday, Jan. 21, will be a term*I ^fair ir> whirt.100 teenagers of Greater Miami will participate. A full course dinner dance with music by Juan Cortez and his orchestra will take place from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Blue room of the Delano hotel. A seven-foot cake is being prepared for this occassion, plus a silver wine cup, also seven-foot high, which will be put on a turntable decorated with lumps of sugar tied with ribbons. The turn-table will present a carrousel effect throughout tHe evening. The words "Happy Birthday Alyce" will be displayed on top of the whre cup. One Hundred individual birthday cakes with lighted candles will be brought out at dessert time in a darkened room. Alyce is the daughter of the Charles C. Goldbergs. Mr. Goldberg is managing director of the Delano. Page 11 B fint Anniversary Fete Coral chapter of the American Medical Center will mark its first anniversary at the Colony restaurant Wednesday morning, Feb. 1. 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S.E. lit Si. at 3rd Avs. Phone 2-7211 PPRECIATION I We, the Officers anl Directors of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, publicly express our deep gratitude to the Rabbis and Officers Synagogues and Temples of the Greater Miami Area listed below, fur having made a HEBREW ACADEMY SABBATH possible. [Through the voices of the congregations and their respective Rabbis, our fellow Jews will be alerted to the need of maximum support (Academy's educational program. Shabbos Shiro (Sidroh Beshalach), which this year falls on January 28th, will bo dedicated annually as a trditienal community-wide %  nee of HEBREW ACADEMY SABBATH. Ol Kli I IIS and lllll< TOIIS off THE HEBREW ACADEMY ANDR0H ANDB0N, Honorary President stPEl W. Viet President Et UN President UK (MAN A0, Vice President CAPUN Vkt Pre***,! MORBIS DOtlfK HERMAN EISINIIIG, Executive Director HABBY FIELDS nrvrte Firm, vke Pio e k W at CHABLES M. rVUeifTMAN, Vic* President HYMAN 6AIAUT HARRY CENET, Cbntnswn Exec. Committee MAirm ceNrr SAUl OENfT JW06E CNABIES CEBYlEt UN ZfON GINSBUBG HATHAH 6INSAURG, Secretary ALIEN tOtOBfte SOL 0O4eaN, AHIHr iOSEPfT CONSHOA RAW AIEXANOEB S. CROSS, Principal MOSES ORtJNDWEBG SAMUEL At GAUNOWEBG, fu l fi l HYMAN JAOLON JACOt KAOFAUN, Vke President GEDROE RLMMEL HABBY KOBETZKY, Cs Trees-rer AARON S. IAUEB DAVID IEVINS0M HABBY LEVITT, Menerory Vice President KCHMAM lORIA, H*n* r *ry Vice PreeinW ML IBWIN M. MAKOVSKY, Medico! Adviser ABRAHAM MASON AlCX MM.UB MOBBIS AUUER ABBAMAM M0ST0VY HENRY PEHCHAHSHY NORMAN BEINHABD SAMUEL RE1NHAR0, Vice President JOSEPH ROSE BURNETT ROTH SIDNEY RURINOWITZ, Secretory RAYMOND BURIN, Vice Preside** SAMUEL SAKOLS HYMAN SANDIER JACK SATIN, Vke President BENJAMIN SNlftt MAX SIIVERRER6, Secret.ry tMDOtf SPOLTIt MORRIS SUOARMAN HARRY WASSIRMAN ML SAMUEL I. WOtEE liliMOIBdl TetassBBsTl JI+JXTfl aCCffftt B. I. Binder, Presideitf €'01\lRK€iATBH^S %  *' ">br*w IwtJtwf* Ever | c "freeefJoj I *ttmo **/itn Confer Abmmewiti Itnrmaj, f ( *tr***ffen Stsrn •#ffl T ffftotw (alopprvf0oWfo>ev RnMI Joseph E. Rnckevsky Ceref Gable. Jewisa Center RnMI Merris Skep Rn***fA Isrnel Cenfreeerfren PTUJWVI Jr#UlU)vl *>• VWfUVUPPI Znnsem Jeews* C—Hr RnMti R. I**)*) Nejrn/Nt riftrVtA Hr—\ Nerfhsid* Center Morten FleOter-AVfloWn Jewis* Cenmsenify Cimttr Bobbi Lee Heim Nerff aWt JewJsA CtmHr Rabbi Henry Ofcolkn Monfkerfe Fk Cone rt§ nflen Bebbi IMM lerer Detb DnrW Synef/efe Rnbbi YneAsv Besenberf /sreefif* Center Rnbbi HAerten MaNrreky •BUTWBUM rleufiw )Cev##f aiexf Ce>Af|re > 9#fi#fv RsrMi Slnsen April tltt m\mm\ Jewisn Center Bnbbi Alfred Woxmon Temple ffh Skmhm of Nolfyweee) Bobbi Someol lerer TemnJe Sinmi of Nelfywood Rnbbi David Shapiro