The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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i^viislhJEIIiDiriidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida, Friday, February 3, 1956
Price 20*
Eden May Offer Israel Sell-Out To Eisenhower
\ference Will Open On Beach With 'Woman Of Valor' Award For Eleanor Roosevelt
SfNHOWM
ANTHONY ELHN
JOHN FOSTER DULLES
Eden Says He Doesn't
Seek Land Concessions;
U.S. Cool to Police Force
NEW YORK Sir Anthony Eden. Britain's Prime Minister,
implied here Wednesday that he does not intend to insist in his talks
with President Eisenhower this week on trying to achieve Arab-Israel
peace on the basis of the partition decision adopted by the United
Nations resolution in 1947, which would amount to truncation of Israel
territory.
On the other hand, the British Prime Minister stuck by a conten-
tion that the Baghdad Pact is a valid regional agreement in spite of the
fact that it explicitly bars Israel ---------------------------------------------
B GOVlKNMtNT tOK 'SUPSHOD, MX ADMINISTRATION'
iony Denies He Threatened
el in Smouldering Commons Debate
British Prime Minister Sir
few hours before his departure
s to confer with President Eisen-
ile East situation, denied in the
that he wanted to squeeze from
MOBILIZATION IN OFFING
lofes Expected Will
155 Conference Sessions;
fish State Leaders Arriving
"'I American and Canadian leaders, representing
-h community in North America, will implement
S75.000.00O this year for Israel through the sale of
nds at the 1956 National Inaugural Conference this
Israel territorial adjustments under pressure. He
voiced the denial in the course of a parliamentary
debate on the White Paper issued by the government
on the sending of arms to the Middle East.
Sir Walter Monckton, British Defense Minister,
*told Commons that the tanks and
gun carriages supplied to Israel
and Egypt through the reshipment
of British surplus war material
were of little military value, even
if equipment which had been de-
militarized were reconditioned for
military use. He led off for the
government in the debate forced
on it by the Laborites and a great
public clamor resulting from Brit-
ish press reports of tanks going to
Egypt via Belgium. Prime Minister
Eden and Foreign Secretary Sel-
wyn Lloyd were present in the
House during the debate.
Trying to explain away
from membership.
Earlier in the week in a ship-
board interview aboard the S.S.
Elizabeth when Sir Anthony ar-
rived here with Britain's foreign
minister. Selwyn Lloyd, to begin
their Washington discussions about
world problems with President Ei-
senhower and Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles, the Prime
Minister expressed his belief that
the Washington talks might result
in "useful and constructive efforts"
toward solution of world problems.
Sir Anthony conceded that "we"
meaning himself and Mr. Lloyd
FOR A WHILE, ANYWAY
Organizations
Tell Capital:
Forget Nasser
By JTA
tlD
I in Miami Beach will be the scene of intense activity
< rican leaders launch the 1956 Israel Bond campaign
-with a two-day conference. A spe-
cial Sabbath luncheon, at which
Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
will be guest of honor, opens the
conclave Saturday.
It is anticipated that record sums
will have been mobilized and rec-
ord sates completed in an outpour-
ing of enthusiastic support for
Israel by the time the conference
ends.
Conference activity already is
under way in the form of prelimi-
nary meetings of communities,
WASHINGTON The worlds
attention, focused by the march of
were "particularly anxious to make j ominous events on the tense Mid-
progress" on the Middle East prob- die Ea-t. i- rivited this week on
lem. the talks between President Eisen-
"Do you intend to use the 1947! hower and British Prime Minister
resolution as your basis for Middle Sir Anthony Eden which opened
East peace planning?" Sir Anthony here Monday. The decisions they
was asked. "If you read carefully take and it has already been
Continued on Page 2 A
what I have said," he replied, "you
will find that that is not exactly
what I have said."
Sir Anthony took recourse to an-
other interpretation of facts when
he was asked about Israel's exclu-
sion from the Baghdad Pact. "In
made known that a major portion
of their deliberations will be con-
cerned with the smoldering Israel-
Arab disputemay well hold the
key to the top question of the day
whether there will be war or
peace in one of the world's most
view of the fact that Article 5 of sensitive areas.
the Baghdad Pact explicitly bars! The talks come at a crucial junc-
Israel from membership," he wasjture for Western policy in that
Continued on Pago 13 A Continued on Pago 9 A
mashing
forCJA
ns Sunday night
fan hotel pledged
sum of $871,570
s to launch the
fwish Appeal.
Uaed giving to-
ir campaign of
the emergency
the one-time ef-
Ithe greatest kick-
\n the records of
lift after another
Ihe totals rolled
fervent plea by
i Herbert A.
krican Jewry to
M support of Is-
l --IS.
I lorced to fight
' in the summer
* P90 7 A
FRENCH SHOPKEEPER ONLY DISLIKES THEM ON CERTAIN OCCASIONS
Poujade Insists He is Not Anti-Semitic
Continued on Pago 6 A
PARIS (WNS)A statement denying that he had
received a communication from the French rightist
leader Pierre Poujade in reply to his charge that
the Poujadist movement was anti-Semitic was issued
here this week by the Grand Rabbi of France, Jacob
Kaplan. ,w _
The Rabbi declared that "in any event, more than
any letter or eventual private conversation, it is to
the words and acts of the directors of a movement
that one must refer in order to be able to say
whether such a movement Is of anti-Semitic tenden-
cy."
Meanwhile Pierre Poujade, whose amazing show-
ing in the recent national elections is one of the
most disturbing developments on the current French
political scene, has been giving disconcerting inter-
views on his personal position, and that of the Pou-
jadist movement, on anti-Semitism, an issue that
Continued on Page 13 A

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Friday, Far,
Commons Debate Forces Eden Denial He Threatened Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
the value of an estimated
150 Valentine tanks that had been
reconditioned in Belgium, where
arrived, from Britain, and
.-hipped to Egypt, Sir Walter In-
d [hal they were not tank, nl
all but heavy sell propelled guns
u-.. (| mainly as antitank guns.
These had had their breeches
blocked and firing mechanisms re-
ed and would not add to Eg] p
tian military strength, even it re-
militarized, he insisted.
He also called useless an esti
mated 50 to 100 Sherman lank
bodies shipped to France, from
where they were resold to Israel.
He had no doubt, he continued,
that they were used as agricultural
machinery and had no more mili-
tary value than other heavy farm
machinery. He refused to reply to
queries about supplies of Cen-
turion (heavy) tanks to Iraq or jet
planes to Jordan, noting that this
dealt with government-to-govern-
ment sales about which he would
say nothing.
Hugh Gaitskell. Labor Party
chairman, who indicated before the
debate began that his party would
attempt to expand the debate into
one on Britain's Middle East policy
in general, agreed that the surplus
weapons were not comparable in
value and importance with new
weapons, but stressed that what
Britain considered obsolete might
be of greater value to other conn
ti es. He hit the government for its
"slipshod, lax administration" and
:- failure to tighten export restric-
- .i- .....n as it became aware
oi the "leak" of surplus war goods.
Czech supplies to Egypt have
ted the military balance heai ilj
favor "i thq Arabs Mr. Gaitskell
i. This air and ground su-
periority would result in two grave
jers, he -aid: Firstly, the
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Anxious North African family emigrating to Israel ... Youth
Aliyah center Men and women at Miami Jewish Home tor
the Aged ... A grateful patient at Mt. Sinai hospital all are
served by the Combined Jewish Appeal, says chairman Sam
J. Heiman (Center) indicating global scope of the drive. Aaron
Kravitz. Retail Merchants' chairman (left), and William Wein-
traub are leaders in the Business and Professions Division,
sponsors of the big dinner-show at Westview Feb. 15.
The Beth Jacob Congregation
i
cordially requests the presence of your company'
to attend the
INSTALLATION BANQUET
of
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern ';
Sunday. February 1!), 1056
at the
Empress Hotel
Dr. Leo Jung, Guest Speaker
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Torah Leadership, Scholarship and Integrity J
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d/^fd
Arabs wmiid be encouraged t<>
start then- war ol revenge in the
hope ol wiping out the State ol
Israel; secondly, the Israelis, realiz-
ing that the balance was being tilt-
ed against them, might attempt to
initiate "preventive action" while
the situation was not too bad.
In additon, he went on, Prime
Minister Eden's Guildhall speech
had created the impression that
Britain was putting pressure on Is-
rael and. at the same time, weaker.
mg its stand in support <>i the Tri
partite Declaration ol 1950. II
one thing, he said, for Israel to of-
fer voluntary territorial adjust
ments as part of a general settle-
ment, and quite another for such
territorial adjustments to be
squeezed out ol Israel under threat
tha'j it would not otherwise receive
the arm- needs to balance the
Czech shipments.
North Shore Jewish Center
To Mark Music Month
North shore Jewish Center will
celebrate national Jewish Music
Month m the form ol an elaborate
i rt on Thursdaj evi n i
ol < antor Edward Klein
Mnamowit/ will in-
troduce the evening with a mes-
entitled "Music Stirring the
Jewish Soul i he choir, ui
the direction ol Eli Samuels, will
i ra Fini ; I pn lent ol the
i 11 ler, will present a report on
the activities oi the congregatioi
Learn the Seeret oi Youth in \ue
Send for Dr. Abraham Wolfson's
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Trau (left), donor of $25,000 to the Jewish Home for the
for the construction of the Gus Trau Pavilion, and son,
rid, proudly look on as president Abe Kurman points to a
lliminary rendering of the pavilion. Father and son are
id members of the Home. Gus Trau is a founder and has
in an officer or board member since its opening in 1945.
,000 Gift Spurs
iu Pavilion at
of the Aged
of S25.000 to the Jewish
'for the Vged by 8Ui Trau.
ki Beach for the construction
|e Gu.- Iran Pavilion, a 12-
onefloor, lireproot motel-
ftructure, v. j> announced
taday bj Home president Abe
|ao.
pavilicii will house ambula-
[ have private rooms
balhs. contain room air condi-
rs and heaters and provide as
(like an atmosphere as pos-
within an uiNtitutional sli-
ps expected that construction
gin Mini time in March and
ompleted in June. Ground-
ling ceremonies will take
during the Home's 11th an-
ImemixT-hip meeting on Sun-
Mar 25.
rau'-. Liii." Kurman stated,
j enabl. ., to provide
[ illj alert res-
r Vk|,'! quaU] M
[ Memorial
Pavilion i-
t
' i li-
lt an equal nui i r of bsdl
^Bed.
"Mitioi iai fundi be-
come available through gifts and
bequests, we shall build additional
pavilions until all the old cottages
are eliminated. We are determin
ed to pioneer in the development
of institutional physical facilities
as we have in rehabilitative pro-
grams."
Trau, who resides at 4574 Nau-
tilus dr.. is one of the founders of
the Home, and has been an officer
or board member since its opening
in 1945. He is also one of the lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, of which the Home is
a beneficiary agency.
Although retired, Trau is still
| actively interested in the large
neckwear manufacturing and
building construction companies in
which he has extensive holdings.
A former resident of Pittsburgh
and New York, he became a winter
resident of Lake Worth in 1926 and
a year-round resident of Dade
county in 1938 .
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25th Anniversary
For Broadcaster
Concert honoring the 25th anni-
fy of Jacob Schachter. pio-
! neer radio broadcaster, will bo
1 held here Su eb. 5,
at Miami Bc.1ch Ili^h School An-
ditorium,
Program will feat Un
dancing and comedy acts by noted
pei formers here.
Schachter is locally known for
hi- Yiddish hour program over ita-
don WMBM. During the past few
years, he has assisted the Jewish
National Fund in fund raising cam-
paigns through his broadcasts.
Pathologist to be Speaker
Dr. Maurice Lev, pathologist and
director of research laboratories at
lit. Sinai hospital, will be guest
speaker at the open meeting of
the Young-at-Heart group of Tem-
ple Beth Shdtom on Tuesday after-
noon, Feb. 7, in the Temple ban-
quet hall, according to Mrs. George
Cohen, chairman. Dr. Lev will
speak on "You and Your Heart."
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Pubil.h.d tvtry Friday alnea 1t27 by tha *"**
FlorMtafl at 120 N. E. S.th Straat. Miami 1*..f'r^f.
r lorlOian Il t. omin ....-. .'"L.Vi _i L Dirt
Entered aa aacond-claaa matt.r July 4, 130, at tha Poat
Offiea ol Miami. Fla.. under tha Act of Ma r*h *;"/,*;
Tha Jawiah Florldlan haa abaorbed tha Jaw ah Un ty
nd tha Jewiih Weakly. Member of *",^'"T! !"
graphic Agency. 8aven Artt Feature Syndicate. World-
w.de Newe Service. National Editerial AMoelatlon. "
lean Aaaociatlon of Englnh-Jewiah Nawapapara, Florida
Preaa Aeaoeiation.________^
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editoi and Publisher Volume 30
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During The Week....
By LSO MIMOLIN
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One Year
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Two Veara
Shevat 21. 5716
Number 5
Friday, February 3, 1956^
The Combined Jewish Appeal officially opened fa 195.
at an inaugural dinner Sunday in the Fontainebleau hotel a*
change from past dinners wag the absence of what it
sidered 'big gun" talent. There were no comedian*. auu
stars F.spccially intriguing was the lack of even a single con.
Perhaps for thi- very reason I felt a minimum of confusion
the purpose of the event was concerned.
Rabbi Herbert A Friedman, executive vice chairman of k
Jewish Appeal, gave an undiluted resume of the crisis in is, *
East What he had to say derived from a thorough undervtaVi
the politics and economics of that area, as well as of an intimjt,
fication with relations between Israel and U.S. Jewry.
The inaugural dinner came at a proper timeif one m*
pnety" in such matters. Nonetheless, two hiqhlvri '
Inaugural conference of State of Israel Bonds agonizing aream wnu K N thousands ,f miles apart but each bearing ,.n Israel',,
in Miami Beach this weekend will launch the hood has recently been iuluiiea. ^ ^ken ^^ (|w, w(,(,k M()Tf> From Rivadh s.iU(1j
1956 Israel Bond campaign on a national scale. Thus ,he simple necessity of Israel Bonds ^ ^ distur| ... ,, ,)(irt f fref, West Germany's .,,., mili,
Many events are scheduled during the con- qs thp "simpie necessity" of the woman of vale: jewi Mm.e World War II.
lerence sessions here. Not the least of these continuum_Speaks for itself. Thej Th, these: r~
will be the presentation to Mrs. Franklin Delano lo mH da-iaer far'Soviet Union a forty-year
times are now fraught witn grave aang militarized. Moscow rejected the Pres,,!,, j^T
the Jewish State. Encircled geographically ibviously betrays this country's fear of a read
enemies who vow to destroy her. beset trad. gernaut we are creating in the face oh
11 K ho npneral aura of aqes of anti- intelligent instinct While the communist fear in thi- r.
?ewi.h rt-*-' ""* ldl 'anS 'ir" "* ,hC laC* ,ha' ,h" hdlanc^
Inaugural Bond Conference to Open Here
Roosevelt of a "Woman of Valor" Award.
This is a symbolic occasion. For the woman
of valor"Asheth Chay-il"is traditionally
the highest level of achievement toward which
Jewish womanhood has through the ages as-
pired. But this aspiration does not involve goals
of extraordinary nature. Rather, the woman of
valor has for generations set her mark by the
manner in which she fulfills her daily and
seemingly simple duties at home and in the
Jewish community.
In a similar sense, the award to Mrs. Roose-
velt here will emphasize not the extraordinary
but necessary achievements of Israel Bonds
since the inception of the campaign. State of
Israel Bonds are not alone symbolic of Jewish
generosity but of the drive toward survival of a
people whose historic tradition is now more
than a mystical experiencemore than an
The White House Conference
Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden is now in
Washington discussing the Near Eastern crisis
with President Eisenhower and Secretary
Dulles.
Reports already indicate that Sir Anthony
and the President have had some disagreement
on methods of bringing peace to the trouble
spot. It is no secret that the British Prime Minis-
ter has been pressing for Israel to make territo-
rial concessions to the Arabs.
One can only conjecture that Mr. Eisenhower
sees more intelligent alternativeseven if his
Secretary of State may side with the British
and that, for a change, he is holding a firmer
rein than usual on Mr. Dulles.
We hope the President remains steadfast in
his intention that Israel's integrity shall not be
violated because Sir Anthony would like a new
toe-hold in the Near Eastboth for British Em-
pire armed forces and Anglo-Arab relations.
Surely, the President sees an obvious paral-
lel in history between Eden's present move to
act as "mediator" in the Near East and a sim-
ilar move back in 1938, when Czechoslovakia
was thrown to the wolvesand with it the in-
tegrity of the free world. We trust Mr. Eisen-
hower wants no dealings with anotherif more
eloquentChamberlain.
President Eisenhower re.ontly ofieMJ
pact, the purpose of which was to I
?T 1 ,r, tinrto herself ;''1 "Cticians arc gauiDiini on ine iact mat the balance,
itiment, Israel again finds herseH 1.. ^ jncreasinj fa ,. Russian nands an<) ^ a
a position of having to fight for her survive ^ ^ <)f g {hn&t {op ^ mmt
as she fought for her liberation only eight s
years ago
Bonn, under Judicious Konrad Adenauer. is beginngu to|
the American foreign market in order ti prove thai
Israel Bonds, since the inception 01 me tu ^ ;|(.(.(ir(j wnh ||l(, Wt,s, js Ucit and ,hat ,naf .^ M (Joft
paign, have assisted the Jewish State 1:1 "** weakness ,,r subservience. One of this country's richest area; at|
upbuilding of her commercial and industrial jjt,,,t;iti*n lies in Saudi Arabia and the "purchase'' through Araanl
resources. Even as Israel has been engaged 15250 million worth of Saudi Arabian oil annually.
in the vast task of bringing immigrants into her!
midstoften non-productive persons, aged and NEW ELEMENT OF CONFUSION IN NEAR EAST
wearied by the atrocities of Europe in the '30's;| But Bonn could heretofore make no inroads there wi'.hogj
and more frequently, of late, refugees from the Icouraging charges ,f ingratitude from Washington. Germany feT
qhettos of North Africa-- she has been simul-i dampening these charges by hurling in the face of our coverntscatl
taneouslv extendinq her economic horizons. recent pact rejected by the Sovietevidence of our desire to eat)1
The one program has entailed great sacrifice; gainst a (Jerrnan renascence. But an even more effective-method i
.u d. .u 1 i njf c ita Vvrcio lrnlrc tamper with the already dangerously delicate Israe Arab conti
the other-with Israe Bonds as i^S1s-looks ^ Jf^ gentlemanly, scholarly, p.ous Adetw]
to the future of Israel s essential hope: achieve- ^ ch))en to da
ment based on self-sufficiency. ..
As the 1956 inaugural conference opens this',. {0 rdmg to the R.yadh report, the Germans are,n effect I
1 j /V w I ,u __,he Arabs that the I nited Statesnot Bonnhas been pavini
weekend. Greater Miami welcomes the manyi mc ^^ miions ()f doars annua||y -n paratlon/and V,j
delegates from throughout the nation gathered. tnis burdrn lhroush t0 ,ne expiration of the Reparations A?red
here and offers up the hope that their dehbera-! Add to this the already smouldering hatred the Arabs feel {]
tions in thisIsrael's crucial hourwill be gi.\crnment'* tat-free policy toward U.S. Jewry's philanthropy in I
filled with the eternal wisdom of Jewry's \ and one sees the clear if absurd Arab portrait of Wd^hingtoa i
"Asheth Chay-il." process of supporting Israel with some 1150 million year after ytaf
------------------- Arab nationalism was a potent enough force with which toi
1J ki^aaL*. m UAI1 U.,, 'hut ,n'' '"truslon first of Russian vectors and now of German w
ACaUCrTlV Mai KS U nCW iCai m 'h0 Nrr East rnakev the Problem doubly difficult Info
/ it does not end there. A Holy War conceived by high Moslem 1
Hebrew Academy marks another successful '"' week Pushed almost beyond control the tenuous peac*
vear with its annual celebration Sunday eve-i!srap| and her Arab n"iehbors. From Cairo's 1.00a>ear-old Al,
ning at the Fontainebleau hotel. l ""*"> J Since its organization here, the Academy has tSSZi T, SSL beenfreconized.h'\Uu hlg*e*
served the needs of all-day religious school Jj?* '" "*""> f fa'*h-^nt.rmed a jibed again- the
students by offering them a well-rounded edu- Tk .
cation with both a secular and Hebrew curn-, wouWto^?! n", "' '" ?'*< ,hsLir '.^l <0 T^i
cujum would be to condone an act of robbery. "All heavenly relunoasI
1______...a.... ., I unanimous in condemning robbery and stating that robbed
Academy students have consistently proved I should be returned to their rightful owners." says the far-a
their mettle by scoring above average in gen- Mohammed, the llema observed: "He who dies in dejen*l
eral examinations for school children through-
out the Dade county area. In addition, they
receive instruction in Jewish subjects and de-
velop the Hebrew Academy's principle of l'f':'"' w'" Israel and the recognition of the Jewish -'ate in :
Judaism as a basis for intelligent citizenship. nst the faith. And. indeed, the fatwa concludes: "
martyr. Drive them from where ihefha^
Attack who attacked you in the same way."
Onl> to be concluded from this call for a jihad 'hatjp.war ul
Pal
Dedication at Monticello
The phenomenal growth of Dade county is
frequently marked by the Jewish community's
need to expand its social and religious centers.
North Miami Beach is a case in point, this
area having expanded from 2.000 to 12,000
residents in a short time. Established but a
few years ago to cater to the needs of North
Miami Beach Jewry, Monticello Park Congre-
gation Sunday dedicated its new religious
school building.
According to spiritual leader Rabbi Isaac
Lerer, the new building is designed to deal with
the needs of the area's 330-odd religious school
students. But, adds the rabbi:
"It is almost paradoxical that at a time when
we have dedicated the buildinq, its physical
facilities are already outgrown."
This dilemma seems to be the general mark
of all of Dade's Jewish communities. But it is a
welcome and healthy sign thatlike Monti-
cello Park CongregationMiami Jewry con-
tinues to meet the challenge of keeping up with
its expanding religious and educational needs
by adding schools to its existing facilities.
There can be no greater assurance of a Jew-
ish community's vitality than the recognition
that its spiritual requirements must keep pace
with its material achievement.
Supporters of the Academy will pay tribute wh'l,,V('r ,n,lr language, race or color, should all cooperate tors
Sunday to its progress thus plan, for the future. The celebration will also WMp0M I* TT" .
mss; .0 \^^d^rr""il*D as weapon aca,n$t arabs
It was against this background of increasing complexityJM
N< I East and swiftly moving events there, that Rabbi Friedf
Ding predicted the emergence of 1936 as a year wiulr
194a "ftns could only meanalthough the I
' ^gg?!?^
Lj^^r^ai Uve l-lll,""1,(| "a his judgment might be based on inadequate
tionthe development of an occasion in which brae
: r h.r independence.
ight once 1
ting the upset in balance of power as a result of the torn
ums '": I Rabbi Friedman quoted from a recent Arai
' which warned that anv Jew contributing to the 1'nitw,
I would l>e placed on the Arab blacklist. Apart fr*ir
the effectiveness of this philanthropysince it was singled
and since \r.,b leaders repeatedly complain about WT
obi Friedman charged that the blacklist
~-,viru' en of war against VS. Jewry.
J In tbis regard be emphasized the need for a successful^
ring that a let up in American Jewish support*
rtrued by th. Arabs as a betrayal of Israel and a signal
"s ofti n promised war of attrition. "I am sick and tired" Baw'
""; I- "ol situations where we can see what is cW
* passive to do anything about it." ,^
in this remark, he summed up his cogent demand for noa
'arm ,pat,on m the '56 drive, while calling to mind, as *&]*:.
Moroccan Jews currently seeking entrance into the Jewish WJ
^ l r<" arc fcw who *>" dny R*b*>i Friedman's efW'JJj
Peaaer. Certainly his presentation was forthright andu*^5
all things his talk served to identify the Israel Arab cn
un Jew who is concerned with the fate of that'
republic m the Near East.
.' 'h'i trociUes thn.ugh tacit silence and prayer exempUM
WaUing Wall, through economic pressures as in the case of
But he blacklist .;i.ainM tnem for ,he|r su u( Jewish
t0 m a phenomenon in our time.
jf, or not M,me of the big givers Sunday ret*
^' .^\\ ibis regard of Rabbi Friedman's words, see"*'
-nother question.


Tebruary 3, 1956
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area* and national organizations
with the principal leaders of North
\ .eriean Jewry working to make
conference an overwhelming
ess.
Dr. Joseph Burg. Minister of
,.: the State of Israel, and
David Horowitz. Governor of the
I entral Bank of Israel, who have
come to this country and to Miami
Beach especially for the confer-
the Seville's AJhambra grand
ballroom at which Feinberg wi
preside ., ,
Rabbi Leon Kronish. president oi
the Greater Miami Rabbinu
sociation. will give the invw
and Jacob Sher. chairman o W
Greater Miami CommitU
of Israel Bonriv will extend
ehali ol the hosl
munity.
Dr Burg will deliw r his a
t be followed by a talk bj Leoi
H Keyserling, former ch
ol
e, are the Israeli leaders who ^ president's Council oi Eeoni
Will participate
I [ng.
Durins the conference.
n the historic mk A(ivl^,,. Col
the worlds foremosl economists
Keyaerlmg has been a kej consult
piehensive report on Israel's eco- ^ ^ (hp Development oi Israel's
nomic progress during the live ic an(1 piscai ]>!>
\. ars -ince the intial bond issue
was floated will be presented, and
detailed plans lor the 1986
paign will be outlined.
Economic
Dr. Silver will speak at Satur
. day's opening dinner in his first
appearance in Greater Miami since
riod ending December 31. 1955. rael Bond
^reHrnVnary'saiesligu. lot Sunday morning, b breakfast ses-
the first week- oi this year alread> -..... will be presided over bj Dr.
have reflected significant in- .1.-ePh .1 Schwartz, vice president
9ta of the l-rael Bond organization
Abraham Feinberg, president ol Morn- W. Berinstein,
the l-rael Bond organization, and campaign chairman, will report on
Abba Hillel Silver, chairman result.- of the 1956 campaign
year. A special effort ^
charter Trustee- ,;uar,
ler, Chicago, member rao|
?X'L,"i Sfe*-*......
chairman oi the I *
pmI; and Fredric K Mann
Bond chairman lor Philadelphia.
Dr Silver will preside at a 12:30
Sunday luncheon meeting
will conclude the confer-
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Im-
mediate past pn .ideal >f the
(.r M,ami Rabbinical Associa-
tion, will deliver the invocation.
\ highlight of the luncheon
meeting will be the induction of
,,,,,, [tustei, ol Israel, men and
women who pnrchaae sio.ooo or
more, in State of I-rarl Bond> this
p.m.
which
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Dr.
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of the board ol governors, will be date and outline plans for an in-
among American leader- partici- tensive Israel Bond < dur-
, ,,,_,_ ing the c o m i n g months Mrs
A highlight of the conclave will Michael \ Stavitskj national
er Saturday night at 7:30 chairman oi the Women's Division, son, Israel Bond chairman lor Bai-
port on her
and plans.
Discussants at the breakfast ses.
-ion iil include Mom- ft De
Woskin, chairman, board ol
ernors oi the Chicago Israel Bond
drive; Julius Ginsburf national
chairman tor organizations; i> Lou
l-rael Bond chairman for(.
Canada: Joseph N Hoodin, Cincin
nati. member ol the rational I
utivc committee. Nathan S Jacob-
in honor of
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Woman of Valor' Award Highlights Quote in Proverbs Book
Mrs. Franklin D. 1 It. who
will be guest oi honor at the -pe-
al Sabbath luncheon ol the na
al inaugural conference for
State oi i-rael Bond-, will be the
recipient of the "Woman oi
Valor" award.
Mr- Roosevelt, who also will
ke the principal audress at the
Women- Division sessii a: the York, national chairman of -peak
Hotel Seville on Saturdaj noon, be- ers and information, and Mrs. Bar-
eligible for the award
through her outstanding activities
in behali ol the state ol l-rael
Bond campaign since it- inception
five years ago.
The -Woman ol Valor" designa-
J Goldhar, national chairman
ol sponsors fur Canada.
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers,
chairman ol the women'- division
o| the Greater Miami Committef
for State of Israel Bond- and hos-
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ed b\ the Israel Bond organization, will extend greetings
MRS. MICHAtL STAVITSKV
will be presented to women who
purchase and sell $100,000 or ra
in State Of Israel Bonds.
The gold pin worn by recipients
ol thi- award is in the shape of a
-word encircled by a laurel wreath.
The hilt of the sword i- encrusted
with rubies, a reminder of the
"woman of valor described in the
Book of Proverbs (81:10): "A worn-
an of valor who can find' For her
pi ice i- far above rubies."
A- hundreds of woman delegates
began arriving for the two-day con.
ference which will launch the 1956
campaign. American women adopt-
ed a goal of $18,500,000 for the
year.
The plans of the Division were
tet lorth by its chairman, Mrs
Michael A. Stavitsky, of Esses
county, who in 1955 led American
women to achieve record sales and
purchases of more than $10,000,000
worth of Israel Development
Bonds. In light of the grave crisis
now confronting Israel, Mrs. Sta-
vitsky said, the national Women's
Division has established the most
ambitious goals in its history.
Mrs. Stavitsky. Mrs Simson and
Mrs. Karlin will participate in the
special Sabbath Luncheon along
with Mrs. Avis Shulman. of New
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JmMrfkrtcfrtr
itian Arms Buildup May Bring War Rabbi Friedman
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fcantinued from P.JK 1 A
uid the executive vice
n < *e WA.
I,, ,,, on the threshold ol
Lne ['. ^ concerned with thd
L ,,iit itl history which sits
,,,,..' be Mid. The
leader predicts
Corld-shakinji event this year
nako l""'11 '- important in na-
tfcton l!'48' wncn Isracl
l(v independence.
fthreat ol war becomes more
Lnt dail} because of recent
Lions ol Egypt with Czecho-
L for delivery <>f offensive
[which has tipped the balance
of tin Arab world. Rabbi
nan said.
[pt |g getting 200 MIG-15 jet
I manulact ured by Russia in
the Korean War. From
Enisl countries Egypt is also
|ing 30 UV28 twin jet bombers
can go from Cairo to Tel
Jin eight minutes. "In addi-
lEgypt will receive between
Id 200 Stalin-3 forty-ton tanks
fr to the U.S. Sherman tank
Jhe British Centurion." the
[revealed. "Some 150 Soviet
jcians are in Egypt now trarn-
fcyptian- to use this war ma-
! is every hope in Israel that
nil not occur, he said, but aid
(erican Jewry is needed to
Israel's wavering economy
thi- defense period.
bi Friedman said that Israel
Bow keep her doors open for
Moroccan Jews who have
fcred for emigration because
|itical tensions and dangers
1h Africa American Jewry
accept the responsibility for
kigration program so that Is-
kan concentrate on her de-
V the i J \ executive affirm-
\pa\m\ chairman Sam J. Hei-
Bnd dinner vice chairman
! Kane called upon the Jew-
lmmur.it> to support the 55
[national ami overseas agen-
rhich serve people in need
y\ the ( otnbined Jewish Ap-
llry f Meyers, president of
Jeater Miami Jewish Federa-
ptroduced Rabbi Friedman.
chairman in absentia was
kVcinklc. assisted by Sam
Bhepard Broad, Jack Car-
Hecht, Howard Kane.
[urmai; David Levinaon and
Seeder.
CROWN FENCE


Pleaaed with all-time record set by CJA leaders at inaugural
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Sam Blank, dinner vice chairman; Sam J. Heiman. campaign
chairman; and Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman. UJA executive
vice chairman and principal speaker.
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Dr. .Samuel Belkin. president of
Veshiva University, will be honor-
ed at two receptions Tuesday and
Thursday in the Waldman Crown
and Sterling hotels.
Host at the receptions will be
Max J. Etra, chairman of the board
of Yeshiva. Many members of the
university's board of trustees and
friends and supporters of the na-
tion's first university chartered un-
der Jewish auspices will be on
hand.
Dr. Belkin has headed Yeshiva
for the past 12 years, has led the
school to university status and
helped establish graduate depart-
Belh Jacob Sisterhood
Mans Pvrim Bah
Congregation Beth Jacob Sister
hood will hold a Purim Ball Satur-
day evening, Feb. 25. at Hibiscus
hall.
Mrs. John Starr, president, this
week appointed Mrs. Louis IfakoV-
sky. Mrs. Helen Rajner and Mrs.
William Kline as co-chairmen.
Crowning a Queen Esther will
highlight the evening. All proceeds
are earmarked for the religious
school of Beth Jacob.
RE-UPHOLSTER
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and community administration.
"Dr. Belkin is one of world Jew- \
j ry's outstanding leaders." said:
I Etra. "He has more than earned j
any honors we might bestow on
him."
The reception at the Waldman
(Crown hotel is slated for 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday. In charge of arrange-
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Zionism and Youth ToAry
What i- Zi-niM.i Doing for Our
Youth roday" l ">< bjct of the
regular meet inn of the toral
Cables Zionist District on Thurs-
day. Feb. at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. _
Jerome Schulman. city director
of the Zionist Youth Commission.
will present a group of teenager*
,n songs and danees. A film. "Does
your Teenage! Belong." is also
scheduled.
Friday. Fel
1039 Harder rd a. *,
airs. Sam Meyer, '
the affair.
Dessert Luncheon Tuesday
Bnai B'nth Women of Coral
Gables will hold a aessert luncheon
at the home of Mrs. Jack Fishman.
OCR YIDDISHEI
HIS tuclld A,,,?,*T^
SATURDAY. FEBHUAlw'
Honoring Dr A, Mul
* SpMktrt
ACHtl Ron
Foet a-,i Nov,tl-
RARUCH SHEEN*
Journalist and n.i^
of the Da.ly F^g
D*r Ttddlahei .,, b.
CJl.-lltlT Ml.., | ^R|H
In existence two years. Debs B'nai B'rith
Girls receive their ofiicial charter from the
national office of B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
ization at a recent installation ceremony.
Left to right are Mrs. Joseph Bermann, or-
ganizer and adviser to the chapter; Joan
Siegel, Florida region BBG president; Fran-
ces Lazarus, president of Debs; Ed Auer-
bach. assistant Greater Miami B nai B nth
Youth director; Bobbie Bermann, chapter
vice president; and Al Capp. president of
Greater Miami BBYO Council. ____________
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Zionist Youth Eye Expanding Activity
Feb. 6. at the United Cerebral Pal-
sy Clinic. 1608 S\V 1-t -t.
Homen's Unit to Meet
Miami Women'- I'nit ol United I
M.ami Zionist Youth Commis-" "to. Israel" will be the announce- J^ "J^^Tfil
sion this week announced addition ment of the selection of an Inter- I
to its currently expanding pro- City Young Judaean Junior Coun-
gram. |cil
At the home of Mrs. Naomi Lea- Raffel said the council will con-
owoder.8901 Irving ave.. a monthly sjst 0f two representatives of each Israeli Representative bpeakS
meeting of Young Judaea leaders Young Judaea group, "so that new: Weekly Hi-tradut luncheon will I
last week featured city director 'ideas can be brought forth in try- ^ held Monday. Feb. 6. at the
Jerome Schulman. ling to carry out our four-old pro Raiejgfa hotel. Gueat speaker will
According to Marcie Raffel. J gram of democratic croup respon-; nc Mo-he Bar-Tal. permanent rep i
group worker for Young Judaea, a sibility. furthering the democracies resentative of Histradut in the
monthly newspaper will be pub America and throughout the i/jted States and Canada, who will j
lished starting in March, to serve; world, advancing the ideals and ana|vze the present situation in
as an additional means of keeping traditions of Judaism and learning Israel
groups informed. Among features ahout isracl and working actively ___________________
of the newspaper, to be named for it."
-----------------------------------~--------' Attending the monthlv leaders TraiRlflCj bCtlOOl
Beth David Pupils ESLUTiK!. SfftSS To Hold Banquet
MrfrLV Arhnr Dm/ ff* ******** SoUoway, Judy Wayne, Miami Beach Jewish Home and
mI II HI UVI l/uy Marcie Raffel. Sandra Barron, Nora Training School for Retarded Call
Children of Beth David religious Cordon, Dena Serotta. Emily Gru-' (jrrn W1|| noid j,s second annual
school joined in the worldwide ot> enwald, Elaine Schwartzman, Toby banquet Sunday evening, Feb. 12.
servance of Jewish Arbor Day on,Cordozo and Mrs. Jane Sehulman. at the Victor hotel.
Sunday. | ----------------------------- Officers of the organization in-
Charles Cropper, chairman of ^amp Cherrvloq Holds <"lude Mrs. Harrv Koretzky, pre-i
the Beth David school board, re-- dent; Mrs. Sadie Freigel. fir-t vice
vealed that special ceremonies Keumon in Miami presdent: Max Paul, second vice
took place on Sunday when some Camp Cherrylog. summer camp president; Mrs Eve Linet, secrets-
600 children convened in a tree- for boys at Cherrylog, C.a., held its ry; Mrs. Ella Wallman treasurer
planting ceremony. .annual winter reunion at the homej others are Mrs Rose Goldner
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, 'of the Bernard Margers, 2510 SW f.nancial s e c r e t a r v and Ben
spiritual leader, addressed the 4th st., ast Sunday. Schwartz. Hyman Lake and Jerome
group- I Among campers present were Linet. trustees
I-adore Dickman. educational di- Lawrence and Barry Katzen, Sandy '____________
rector, also appeared on the pro-; Strull and Danny Hutner. Miami c i u lu.u e ,
gram. j Beach; Dale and Stanley Solomon i,monno" Speak
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America, Troop 89. under the di < fnd Jerrv L'nion. Bruce and Lloyd I turer. civic worker and columnist
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Charles Z. Spingarn, of Beth David .Kenny L.roff. North M.ami; Jeff H?U *"est speaker Sun(,i,-V "
Wens club, led the procession. ;and Don Marger. Herbert Ruben.!mng at ,he sP,noza Outdoor For-
PTA under the chairmanship of i ste,n- Wayne Ballard and Billie um- ,llh st. and Ocean ct. Simon-
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U.S. Leaders Crowd Near East Conference in Capitol
Continued from Pag* 1 A
nitions to Egypt. The conference,
j concluding two days of delibera-
area of the world. The incursion lions, went on record as opposing
of Soviet influence, with the eon-1 any Plan for peace in the Middle
East which would involve the ter-
ritorial dismemberment of the
State of Israel, holding that it
would have the same catastrophic
implications as the sacrifice of
>
sequent increases of tension be-
tween Israel and her Arab neigh-
bors, the '."scandal" In England
over the shipment of surplus war
material to the Mid East, and the
absence of a coordinated policy 'Czechoslovakia to Hitler,
have combined to face Western EBAN URGES U.S. ARMS
policy makers with one of the | 'n *ne declaration adopted, the
toughest situations they have faced conference urged that "in the
since the breakup of the "Grand! forthcoming talks between Presi-
Alliance" following World War II. j dent Eisenhower and Prime Min-
For Israel, the current situation krter Eden, we urge our Govern-
il thought by many to be the most nient to make it unequivocally
i crucial since the founding of the|c|ear that we will not participate
State. Her unfriendly neighbors,!in any program which requires the
newly armed and increasingly bel-' truncation or mutilation of Israel,"
ligerent, have taken the stage as | The conference also called upon
objects of spirited bidding by
that "it is of paramount urgency
that Israel's defenses be strength-
ened, especially in the air, in order
to maintain her basic military de-
terrent and thus preclude a con-
flict in the Summer of this year."
The delegates were warned by
Dr. Nah'.im Goldrnann. chairman of
the Jewish Agency, that thero is
"no probability that either the
United States or France will soon
send arms to Israel." Dr. Gold-
rnann declared that "the shapers
of American policy are men of
_^___^________________Page 9 A
Israel's action, even on such action
that has been described as dot
mental to Israel's own interests
and complicating a dangerous situ-
ation."
In reference to views expressed
by the State Department sources
in the,past, Dr. Goldrnann said that
"some people in the State Depart
ment are preoccupied day "and
night with Nasser's mood. Salem's
whims and the vagaries of the
Arab public. I do not criticize
them for this preoccupation," he
I
_9ph J. Huiwitz, of Univer-
SJ Miami faculty, has been
jiated for membership in
[ational Society of Biblical
ature and Exegisis. Nomi-
in was made recently by
Robert H. Pfeiffer. chair-
of Department of Semitic
jges at Harvard Univer-
Ian Marsh
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Jordan Marsh, will open
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pete department store.
rtal opening ceremonies will
I in the Ka.-t Patio entrance,
ling at lu a in.
>mi Mayor Randall Christmas
llevision star Hal March will
honti a host of celebrities ex-
ist the openinK.
i-rar parking lot is avail-
[to Jordan Marsh patrons. A,
al pre -opening period for Jor-
ifarsh charge account holders
hedult .1 lor Friday and Satur-
pl this week.
ihruth Solution
II Being Sought
[Local Situation
elopments continued this
long the kashruth front."
[the Greater Miami Jewish
tion sun in the process of
| to coordinate into a unified
"tion all existing Vaadim,
P* id other meat and poul-
"Tcias here.
M Sidney Hollander was to
|*mved m Miami late Wed-
to participate in a meet-
federation offices, with
i3gon>ey Irving Cypen acting
"n of the Federation ef-
*hile, the Kosher Butchers
f Dade County continued its
c picketing of Congregation
[Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave., and
' leader Rabbi Joseph Rack
thos world's major power blocs.
Faced with the tremendous task
of forging a viable economy while
maintaining her vigilance in a hos-
tile area, the Jewish State must
now fake added measures to meet
a more potent threat.
Against this background of im-
pending crisis, the presidents of
17 major American Jewish organ-
izations convoked a national emer-
gency conference here last week
to consider the present Israel situ-
tion, issued a declaration calling
for a United States security treaty
to safeguard Arab-Israel peace and
for the sale of arms to Israel to
balance the flow of Communist mu-
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ovsky who, as director of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth,
supervises the kosher meat depart-
ment of the Food Fair chain here.
Other picketing against hotels
and dining establishments with
kosher catering departments was
also reported carried out by the
Hebrew Butchers Workmen and
Allied Trades of South Florida,
Local Union 643. AFL-CIO.
It was understood here that
George Pfaffendorf, union business
manager, has been contacting these
establishments in an effort to un-
ionise their staffs.
Late Wednesday. The Jewish
Floridian learned that a group of
independent Miamians had several
weeks ago engaged a recognized in-
vestigating agency, which reported
information revealing the names of
kosher butchers in the Greater Mi-
ami areaboth members and non-
members of the Dade County Kosh-
er Butchers Guildwho have pur-
chased and sold non-kosher meat
here.
According to The Jewish Flor-
idian, some of these butchers are
presently under rabbinical super-
vision.
At press time. The Jewish Flor-
idian was trying to obtain permis-
sion to publish the investigating
agency's findings, but permission
was denied, and the information
was unobtainable.
the State Department to inform
the Arab diplomats in this country
that anti-Jewish propaganda activi-
good will and honest intent, but. commented, "but they would ac-
unfortunately, they have vacillated ; cruc no harm if they showed also
too long, they have lacked deter- i some concern for the mood of Ben
mination. they have surrendered Gurion. the feelings of Sharett and
to hesitation and it is up to the j the temper of Israel's public opir.-
American people now to instruct ion. It would be well for the State
them in the course of strong and Department to recall that an im-
fearless action. If the American portant change has occurred in the
people wills it, the State Depart destiny of a considerable traction
ment will do its will." He stressed
that "we. must not confound con
sideration of Israels request for
ties aimed at setting American arms. with the meeting of this re
against American would not be tol.
erated. It protested a ;ainst Arab
boycott operations and the denial
of visas to American Jews by cer-
tain Arab League states.
The five hundred delegates to
the emergency conference were
"alarmed people" had not acted
with "sober judgment, sweet rea-
son and psychological restraint."
He affirmed that "I, for one, shall
told by Ambassador Abba E. Eban not presume to pass judgment on
of the Jewish people. The Israelis
may dies in battle but they will
not wait to be massacred."
Throughout his address. Ambas-
(lucst" |sador Eban returned again and
Dr. Goldrnann condemned as again to the urgency and primacy
"moral hypocrisy" a policy of with- of arms for the defense of Israel.
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Jjar JMitzvali
Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Sosan, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 4, at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate. Jay is a third year stu-
dent at the Center and attends
eighth grade of Nautilus Junior
High School.

MING worn
Two Will Become
Bar Mitzvch Here
David Duban and Robert Koss
man will become Bar Mit/vah dur-
ing Saturday morning services
Feb. 4. at Beth David Congregation.
Rabbi Yaako\ Rosenberg will oj
ficiate. with Cantor William Lip-on
rendering the musical portions <>t
the litur
David i> the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isidor Duban. An eighth grade stu
dent at Ponce de Leon Junior High,
he formerly attended Temple Beth
Hillel in Dorchester, Mass, and
has been at Beth David religious
school for the past six months. He
is a member of the Boy Scouts and
the Boys' Club of Miami.
Robert, son of Mrs. Bertha Koss-
man. is an eighth grade student at
Shenandoah and has attended Beth
David for the past three years.
The Dubans and Mrs. KosSfllU)
Will be hosts at Kiddush following
the ceremony Saturday morning.
Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Schorr, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 4,
at North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
conduct the services. Harvey is
a fourth year student at the re-
ligious school and attends
eighth grade of Nautilus Junior
High School.
Kiddush to Honor
Irving Wolfe
[rviflg Wolfe, son Of Dr and Mrs
Samuel Wolfe, 4431 Nautilus dr.,
Miami Beach, will become Bar
Nfitzvah Saturday morning, Feb. 4.
at Beth Israel Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah will conduct
both Shachrith and Musaaf serv-
ices and will also read the com-
plete Sabbath Portion from the
Scroll
Irving, a ninth grade student at
the Hebrew AcadV my, was award-
ed the science medal as the out-
standing science student of his
luating cla
His father is I member of the
board ol directors of the Hebrew
lemy and chairman of the Aca-
demy's high school committee He
is also treasurer of Beth Israel Con-
lion
Mrs Wolfe is B member of the
board ol directors, Hebrew Acs
5 Women, and Beth Israel Sis-
terhood,
Folowing the services, Kiddush
will be held at the gynagoi ue in
h inor ol the Bar Mitzvah,
Proceeds for Sunday School
Mad hatters luncheon and card
party will be held at the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Center
Thursday noon. Feb. 9. Prizes will
be awarded for the most original
and funniest hat. Proceeds are for
the Sunday school.
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I held in Miami
13 to 19.
Beach from Feb.


, 250 community leaders Tuesday wished Mr. and Mrs.
Gettinger farewell prior to their departure lor Albany,
where Mr. Gettinger will head the Albany Jewish Wel-
Fund. The Gettingers are shown displaying part of a silver
fce set they receivedone of many gifts presented to the
[e in recognition of Mr. Gettinger s seven years of service
Srecter Miami. Jewish Federation. Most recently, he oc-
the post of Federation assistant executive director.
rce W5H Sing In 'La Boheme*
return* to the spotlight Since her arrival in the United
nth when the Miami Opera | States. Miss Gueden has won sue
La Bo- cess in radio and television as well
as in the Met.
Seminary Conference Here Will Highlight Statesmanship
| The midwinter annual meeting ing session, at which Dr. Charlton cussion, and Morns Speizman, of
i of the national planning committee' W. Tebeau. of the South Florida Charlotte. N.C.. will serve as
I of the Jewish Theological Semi. Historical Society, will preside. Dr. chairman of the lay representa-
! nary of America, the Rabbinical' Mumfords paper will deal with lives to the conference.
Assembly of America and the Unit the "Sources for Regional History 0n Feb. 16, "Spiritual States-
iue of Africa, will be|in the South." Christopher Cril- manshlp in ahe Communities" Will
tenden, director, North Carolina be the subject of a meeting at
Department of State Archives and I which Dr. I-ouis Finkelstein. chan
History, and Rembert W. Patrick, ce]|0r of the Seminary, will pre-
Professor of History, University of M,|(. Principal speaker will be
Florida, will discuss Dr. Mumford's Florida Sen. George Smathers.
papcr At this meeting. Samuel Fried-
Dr. H Franklin Williams, vice land, Food Fair executive, will be
president. University of Miami, host to ,he seminar. and the dele-
The first of these meetings. Wl11 chair the luncheon session, at gates will hear a progress report
"Spiritual Statesmanship in the Na- wnich delegates will be guests of' ,,, Daniel G. Ross, New York,
tion." will be a fulhday conference ,):,vld Levinson. of New York and I national chairman of the Spiritual
on Feb. 15 devoted to "The Writ-'Miami Beach, who is chairman of statesmanship program. The MB.
mg of Southern Regional History [tne local arrangements committee.' sjon will conclude with a di
with Emphasis on Religious and Moshe Davis, Provost of the Jewish sloni -xhe Examination of a Moral
Cultural Groups." This conference Ideological Seminary of America, Dilemma: The Use of Mass Leisure
is sponsored jointly by the Univer-iwiM Present a progress report on Time." in which a businessman, a
sity of Miami, the Historical Asso- ,nc South Florida History of the
ciation of Southern Florida and the Seminary's American Jewish His
American Jewish History Center of |torv Center.
Focal sessions of the conference
will be three, scheduled for Feb.
15, 18 and 17, which will deal with
"Spiritual Statesmanship: In the
Nation, in the Communities and in
the Life of the Individual."
The Jewish Theological Seminary
of America.
doctor and an educator and reli-
gious leader will participate.
"Spiritual Statesmanship in the
Life of the Individual" will be the
subject discussed on Feb. 17, when
Kabbi Bernard Mandelbaum, dean
:. internationally
li pi rs
IPecrci aoti d tenor, will
' ihTo and Hilda
, Vieni soprano, will ap-
l Mimi.
loper.i presented
I b 21. and Saturday,
in th Da le county audi-
A performance at Miami
.uditorium is scheduled for
V. Feb. 23.
rand opera stars
}l lly i i s. ,uth Florida to ap-
th,' popular opera are
na bass; Arthur New-
Iriti Ile; Entile Renan. bass;
Torigi, baritone. Joyce Al-
of Cincinnati and Mami,
role ot Miisctta.
|g the rote of Musetta.
heme" production will be
Mrance of the Apollo Boys'
Inatinnallv known concert
[hich n im has headquarters
i; ich
p." a nal \cu Yorker, en-
framed in the United States
Pfr:.' has proved
tenor need not call Italy
order to sing grand opera
In.
Gueden is a leading artist
Metropolitan Opera, as
[with Vienna's famed State i
Man's grcat La Seals and'
pirg festival.
In the afternoon, papers will be
read by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of
Principal speaker will be L.! Temple Emanu-El. Miami Beach,
Quincy Mumford, Librarian of Con-Jand Samuel Proctor, Professor of cf students at the Seminary, will
gress, who will address the morn- j History. University of Florida. DLs. preside. Emphasis will be on the
cussants will be Katherine Abbey importance of study in the life of
Hanna. past president of the South ...
ern Historical Society and of the y
Historical Association of Southern 0n thc evemng of February 17
. .. and on Feb. 18. Seminary Sahhath
Florida, and noted author, and
Walter B. Posey, Professor of His
tory, Emory University and. Agnes
Scott College. Thomas Clark, Pro-
fessor of History, University of
Hebrew Teachers Meeting
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of
Beth David Congregation, will dis-
cuss "The Difference Between the
'Melamed' and the Hebrew Teach-
I er" at a meeting of the Hebrew
Teachers Association of
Miami Saturday evening,
| at Beth David Synagogue.
Greater
Feb. 4,
will be observed in the Con
tive synagogues of Miami and Mi-
ami Beach, and the conference will
close on Feb. 19 with the annual
meeting of the national planning
'Kentucky, will summarize the 'i committee.
1919-1956
Salute....
to Joseph Jacobs
The National Representative, on 37 Years of
Successful Service to Our Publication, to the
National Advertiser and to the Jewish Community
The Joseph Jacobs organization, now located
in new and larger quarters at 342 Madison
Ave., New York, has been serving over 5,000,000
Jewish people for 37 years. American manu-
facturers and advertising agencies have been the
recipients of their good advice.
This 70 person organization has been perform-
ing a highly specialized service of planning,
writing and preparing copy for our specialized
field.
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Rabbi Stern to Appoar
fit February Radio Sorios
Association of Florida Rabbis
Wednesday revealed that Rabbi Ti-
hor Stern, spiritual ltader of Beth
Jacob Congregation. wiR -appear
over station WGBS in the second
of a frtuT-lerttire per month Series
starting Sunday, Feb. 5; 9:18 a.m.
The series, to be held through-
out the year and featuring a dif-
ferent rabbi each month, is spon-
tored by the association. January
lecturer was Rabbi Joseph Narot,
,,i [, mpk Israel.
Rabbi Stern will begin the Feb-
puarj series with a discussion of
"Torah "
Remaining three lectures at the
time will be: Feb. 12".Holi
Bess;" Feb. 19 "Prayers;" and
Fab 26"Halachah."
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Charter is signed by Judge Grady Crawford
for a non-profit, non-sectarian Bikur Cholim
Convalescent Home here. Stcnding left to
right) are Abraham Kugler, Mrs. Rose
Swartz. Morris Zitter, vice president: Mrs.
Zitter, president; Harold Turk, legal ad-
visor; Mrs. Eve Leopold vice president: Mrs.
Milton Yatfe. membership chapman; Vickie
Roe publicity chairman; Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
advisory chairman; Mrs. Kay Shapiro, treas-
urer Purpose of the institution is to provide
facilities for recuperation following severe
illness.
AJCommittee Views Jewry's Problems at Meet
-S OTdfi* TZZmZTA
l rsent pmt ing the Jew-
and abroad Shuster Kur..p,an .1 >- ;
wer, tion by the Amen- rector of the AJi who urn e, h rU
.mmittees 49th an- from Ufa headquarter la Pans, and AJC
rja! meeting in the Hot i mo- Dr M Y**upsky, So
in New York Friday. erican director, wh i > by
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Ircssea were also made
Irving M Engel. AJC president. ;
Waiter N Rothschild."chairman Buenos and Jacob Blaustein. AJC honorary j,
. (he board ol Abraham & Straus, Others uh- addressed the meet- pre>ldent who ------I recently U I
Brooklyn was chairman of the ing were Kalph K. Samuel, invest- LS delegate to the Cnited Na-
three-dav meeting for AJC. ments, chairman ol AJC S admini- ,.
Attending the meeting ..- dele tratne board former Federal
from the Greater Miami an-;, Judge Simon II Itiikind. chairman
v ., Harold Spaet, president ol ,,i the executive board. Benjamin
10th General Assembly.
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Mr~ J, Buttenwieser, and l>r John
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Mr-
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d Fleeman, Col.
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rector. Judge Learned Hand, widely re-
South Dade Center Picks Building Site
Productive plans are in the oil design the buildings on a -even
il i ior South Dade Jewish I enter, and one half acre site on Kendall
which meet- regularly at the South dr off Hed rd.
Community Hall.
Architect hmanue! Abraben. for
t rlj associated with Morris Lapi
ol Eden Hoc and Fontaine
ill fame. ha> been retained to
In Loriny
Memory
DORA S0G0L0W COWEN
BELOVED MOTHER OF
Manuel and Harold
Betty and Rosalind
GRANDMOTHER OF
Sheldon, Stephen and
David
It is new three years since we
have lest you but your memory
will remain in our hearts for-
ever.
Membership committee launched
it- tirst drive Saturday at Hillel
House on the University of Miami
campus.
The King- New Spectacle." an
original playlet by Mickey Gittel-
son, produced by Terry Reamer,
was presented.
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Panel Show Saturday Eve
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
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dance for seventh, eighth and
ninth graders on Saturday evening.
Jan 28, according to Bernard A.
Welkind, youth activity director.
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Ir^,v3. 1956 +Jmi*i>nrMlM
ie Vows He is Not Anti-Semitic -- Only on Occasion
Page 13 A
Continued frem P0 1 A
, 0d by Poujadist candidates in the elec-
bnaicn Most of Poujade's replies were
Kanng the familiar phraseology of the ex-
1T reiaiins bird who will not expose his
PjjaWS. Was his movement tinged with anti-
fc answer was h'e'tTrneVT hia fire at fed*.
Without rcj^rd id'Httir religious practices.
id not commit himself on the question of the
I the chaw by his aides that Jews control
h press, hut he promised to take care of
the press when he comes to power with a bill that
would force newspapers to divulge the source of
their financing. He would also limit officialdom to
people with a background of at least three genera
Uons on French soil.
Whaa he attacked Jewish ministers, he s^irf, he
wa not denouncing them as Jews but administers.
When a-sked whether he would n>flounce anti-
Semitism, his evasive answer was>rthat raising the
issue creates anti-Semitism. He disclaimed racism,
pasting the label on those who exalt "a superior and
chosen race."
Liberal Judaism Discussed
Rabbi Morris A. Skopp, of Coral
Gables Jewish Center, will be
guest speaker at Miami Beach' Israel?"
B'nai B'rith lodge luncheon meet-
ing Tusday noon in the National
hotel. His subject is "What are the
Possibilities for Liberal Judaism in

\
[Coulton. son of Mr. and
rthan Coulton, will enter
f College of Dental
at the University of
id In September, 1956.
Tently a student at the
kity of Florida. His fra-
ks Pi Lambda Phi.
Picks Mew Rabbi;
are Installed
M. Rakov-ky. newly ap-
Ispiritual loader of Hialeah-
fcprins Jewish Center, will
Friday evening services,
An oncg Shabbat will
ps of the (enter recently
are Kugene Alexander,
f[. Dr. Nathan Friedman,
president; Yetta Gelvan,
Wee president; Bertha
[finance secrtary; Lester
treasurer
;of directnr> are Wallace
chairman, Maurice Bailine.
Berks, David Chart, Yetta
|Harry Gordon, Dr. Lester
Frank Goodman, Harold
land Irving Zitter.
Heart Fund Drive
Due Here Feb. 14
Greater Miami Wednesday joined
with other communities across the
nation in declaring war on Ameri-
ca's No. 1 killerheart disease.
The February Heart Fund drive,
which will be highlighted by coun-
ty-wide door to door solicitations
by volunteer workers Feb. 14 to 19.
is .sponsored by the Heart Associa-
tion of Greater Miami, an affiliate
of the American Heart Associa-
tion.
J. N. McArthur, chairman for the
1956 Heart Fund campaign, said
the goal for Dade county has been
set at $150,000.
Dr. Paul Unger, president of the
Greater Miami Heart Association,
pointed out that heart disease is
America's No. 1 health menace.
"Heart disease it no respecter of
persons. We have learned that it
will strike any one from the Presi-
dent of the United States to the
lowly bum on the street. Last year
heart disease caused the death of
800.000 people- In this country,
more than all other diseases caused
combined. In addition, about
10,000,000 Americans are affected
by this disease including at least
500.000 children of school age.
"Funds are urgently" needed to
carry forward important research
studies. The medics) profession is
making progress in Ahe war against
heart disease and. never has the
outlook for victory bean so en-
couraging as it is now," Dr. Unger
explained.
m He Won't
raeli Concessions
#inud from P9 1 A
r land valid regional agree
j His repl) was that Britain
W the pact. -
bu idprove ol the exclusion
I' fron ifeis pact?" he was
|--ke article gaVs> |,c answer-
Jtw' :' '" "' that pact."
Jfat Israel's application to
cd Statea munitions, sir
f Mid Israel'fl request was
'or Washington to decide.
Muted the press confer-
|M I brief message to the
pc"i' reaabuj hope
ftftructive results may
om ,he lop-level Washing-
*"*sions."
Moishe Oysher Will
Star at the Cameo

Moishe Oysher, renowned singer
and actor, co-stars with Joey
Adams in "Singing in the Dark"
which has its world premiere show-
ing at the Cameo theatre on Thurs-
day, Feb. 9.
Joey Adams, popular author,
comedian and actor, will appear in
person at the Cameo to be master/
of ceremonies on opening night.
Others in the cast include Al
(double talk) Kelly, Phyliss Hill,
Lawrence Tiarnay, Kay Medford
and Cindy Heller.' v*
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Phyllis Katz was honored at a
sweet sixteen birthday party Sun-
day afternoon. Occasion was a
luncheon at her home, 1321 14th
ter., Miami Beach. Phyllis is the
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Jacob D.
Katz.
Guests included Sheila Bronv
berg, Anne Marcia Fishbein, Doro-
thy 'Baumen, Madeline Himmel,
Bonnie Kraff. Sandy Caplan, San-
dra Gomer, Sheila Weil, Harriet
Gans, Robert Rubin, Peggy Vorzi-
mer and Natalie Jervis.
Phyllis is a junior at Miami
Beach High School, where she is
treasurer of Anchor club and a
member of National Thespian So-
ciety and Future Teachers of
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v.lpri&IMsK&Lzz*
/"day- Febru^j
MELTON WWWM^
ich
his own government of Commun
ist intrigue has returned to Ci
i the new Russii
equipped Egyptian army. H(
Lt. Col. Khaiii! Mohieddin.
On May 4. 1954. Egyptian Pre:
mier Nasser's Minister of Na-
tional Guidance publicly linked
Col. Mohieddin with a 'conspira-
!>t;an officer to 0\
throw the Nn-scr regime
introduce Communism, it was
alleged that most of the conspir-
ators were in the armored cavalry
corps commanded by Col. Mo!
din. He was implicated, lost Ml
command, and was dismissed as a
member of Egypt- < ommand
. uii A- a form of polite exile.
he was sent abroad to serve a- .in
embassy military attache.
The Colonel was personally re-
called by Nasser who -till claims
Egypt is buying arms-rather than
idea- from the Soviet bloc. Mo-
hieddin"s con)-, branded subver-
sive by the Nasser junta I
day is receiving Stalin tank- It
i- being trained bj Communist
\ i ... He. I
:din i-
Egyptian Inti
Polici N..... -'"" llu' I
of Mun-;er of Interior.
The Nasser junta i- an od
lection of extremeists Of the right
and left Nasser bin
time belonged to the 1
enshirt
animation was known bed
v, rid War D as th
pt" party It was "ti
working to link Egypt with
the Hitler Mo
Righti-t- and leftists of the
Egyptian junta find common
ground in bostilit} toward farsel,
extreme nationalism, ar. and political expan-
sion into neighboring countries.
.
is | da what
the Versailles rteatj was to Hit
ler. Bui Egyptian totalitarianism
, ver closer to it- S
viel
radio
radio
outsh the
mumst
i nited SUt
broadcast -aid
ON THE
fc>H
tevei i" 'n"
Januarj S i
was the Zionist-controlled
which magnified thi- spec-
"it
pre--
fl^,,. .*.<*/ UiOttA.,,,,*:
MARJORIE MORNINGSTAR. By
Doubleday and Co. $4.95.
Herman Wouk. 565
fty HILARY MINDLIN
Prizewinner Herman Wouk's latest novel,
holding down the number two spot n the
Pulitzer
Morningstar,
the imagination ol the B,.st M]et |,|sl in the 20th week of its run for the monev. m
Xmer: now found its way into a good many homes. Already a mass &
T))i | tian Governmenl 0piniOn has sent clouds of controversy scudding across the shu
unit on to SB) 'hat
was
Zionist" nmunism
-untenable It si >!
mu-t distinguiab between the
and the wicked and rise
I deceit -o a- to -hare with
other pescemakii in
their struggle I""' the Mturc of
mankind. The) should not re-
main, a- 'he Zionists de-;
isolation and therefore be easily
,1 raw n into tin
hterhouse so thej "ii offer
th,.,, annon loddt i
bavin i their wealth a- a
price for the wei luring
into the aggressive allian*
NATHAN ZiPRIN
Dr. Weizraann Bust Commands Top Spot in Truman Office
The New Yorker recently ran
an article telling of a visit to the
office of former President Tru-
man on the occasion of the pub
lication of the first volume of his
Memoirs. Mr. Truman uncom-
plainingly spent a whole day au-
tographing the volume at the rate
of several a minute for thousands
ol purchasers. The article goes
on to tell of a bust of Chaim
Weizraann standing in Mr. Tru-
man's office. Truman must have
received hundreds of similar me-
mentos. The fact that the Wi
mann bu-t i- one of the few to
in- ofi I tor li-
lt Truman ha- a U rider sp
.. Israel n i thai
Mr. Tr imai
U uii |j 1 in
the Hel
Hi
We have no doubt that were Tru
man to visit Israel and autograph
Hebrew copies of his book, he
would have as but) a day in
Jer-u-alcm or Tel Aviv a- he had
in Kansas City.
Tin reporter for the New
Yorker queried Truman with re-
I to the Arab-Jewish situation
and Truman replied that "the
Arab- and .lew- are COUfUH and.
like cousins, hate each other."
This ha- a kind of Shavian touch.
We suspect 'hat Mr. Truman was
not seeking to make a definitive'
diagnosis, but there i- an element
... truth in it Arab-, like all o|
i vei teresi k
tiv

I
Lebanon, a very large percentage
in that country, certainly don't
like the Arab lioslenu who like
to doininat them. The Druse- m
Syria would prefer the .lew- In
their Arab masters
\ Cotholic nun m Nazareth in
conversation with a UN expert re-
cently told of the great water
miracle which the Jews had
wrought in Nazareth, a miracle
incidentally that was accompli-h-
ed with an assist from Israel
bond-
XI'RA LASKY
Question of Sole Jurisdiction in Israel
The question of the sole juris
diction of Israel state courts over
criminal offenses i- to be the sub-
ject of a bill which the govern-
ment is preparing for eventual
submission to the Knesset. This
was announced in Parliament re-
cently, following a motion by
General Zionist member Josepp
Sahpir to limit the authority of
courts of honor and similar tribu-
nals to disciplinary charges and
such offenses that are not punish-
able under the laws of the land,
but may be so under the codes of
individual bodies.
In other democracies no or-
ganization would dream of "tak-
ing the law into its own hands"
and of meting out justice to a
person who may have run away
with the safe or been proven cor-
rupt or have committed some
misdeed. But-with the Israeli-
this particular practice stems
from the pre-state period and
certain countries of the diaspora,
when Jews distrusted the ruling
authorities, and rather than com-
mit an offender to a hostile or,
at best, unfriendly, court of law,
would set up their own courts,
usually complete with prosecutor,
defense counsel and the "bench."
But these times are over. Israel
has a well disciplined and capa-
ble police force and courts of
justice which enjoy the highest
reputation for their fairness and
independence, and it is part of
HtKMAH WOUK
. TbOKdl Mona Theme
IMI #l# M ff U iff? Z
Writer Feels That Talking Can be Very Interesting
the function of the state to try
whoever i- alleged to have run
away with the cashbox.
However, like so many other
practices, the pre-state internal
tribunals have cotntinued to exist,
and all sort of institution.-, -uch
as the Histadrut. political parties,
kibbutzim, the Jewish Agency,
big industrial enterprises and
other bodies, still bring suspects
of criminal offenses before their
ofn investigators and courts, and j Recently, some one in Washington got the idea of
aften don't hand over the files to ] finding out what diplomats talked about at cocktail
the police. Seldom do such cases | parties. After some intensive if not extensive re-
get any publicity, and usually j search, he found that only about 75 percent of the
there are rumors some time later | talk was devoted to the various categories of what
that so-and-so had been fired from < might be broadly be described as gossip. 15 percent
the job he had held for a long i W* of a more serious nature science, art finance
time, expelled from a kibbutz tan \ and only 10 percent was devoted to politics
utter disgrace) orsometimes, if Reading the results of the uuvey, a Tel Aviv news
a prominent personalitymoved! Paperman got busy and began a similar inquiry
to some other job, and maybe on about ,he talk of ,he fl""eign diplomat* at the Israeli
cocktail part it-
Te results were quite dilfcrcnt among the diplo-
mats at Israel cocktail part.e- i Israel, it seems the
polltical problems of Israel the Middle Ka-t and the
world at large took up fully 60 percent of the con-
versation of the diplomats. 15 percent was devoSfl
The Volunteers Organization, a 12L*Si gPl* I8*"**- *" *" to the
bunch of studets and mm^HFZ^JEZTll T^ *"*
-ens who firs, se, ou, to help'^^ ~..^1^.
People who attend the diplomatic eocktail p.rtk?ls m
Washington fc why -hould tlw, laik 1(... ^slp ,
Tel Aviv and Jerusalem than
0| |a Morningstar." My own feeling is that the book -ays m*
than i- -upcrficially obvious that we are mostly a|| shine
Sidneys), pretending to be different while moving steadily toa
goal, a good business, a good marriage, a house id the i
children, furniture, clothes. And that each young generation^,
to break from the traditions and authority of its parents, only|
itself those same parents when time has turned around-duH i
securely bound in the orbits of middle-class materialism wfc
Wouk -o brilliantly satin/.
Hut lying under all the entertainment and wit and peekiMj
odd moments from the wide skirts of Mr. Wouk's irony arej(
ol statements about art and tradition which represent tome:
of the book Stan with Msrjorie, for instance. Prettier, more i
than most girl- she is -ure her destiny lies apart from her eai
parents thai it lies in the stars, if you will. Yet even in
ssertion, in her choice of a name which is to be intensely i
to her ol all her aspirations, Marjorie moves no further away I
tradition than a simple transference to "modern" \alues: lit
to Morningstar All the old roots are still there; only the
changed. And like the bright and brief morning star, Marjone's
i- transient. Daylight, with ill its reality and plain value*,
nd dim- her out.
or take Noel Airman, the high-flying Bohemian who as
Mai i lie a> the whole magic world of art and unconventioa.
name change i- IS revealing. From Saul to Noel: a revolt
tradition, but also a complete retention of another. Ehrmann t
just tells you his roots are as intact as ever. Perhaps themMj
tint clue- to Noel am spoken by Mike Eden: "He's as orthodox i
own father, Marjorie, in his fashion, but he doesn't knou it.
ing the dust of orthodoxy out the front door, and never seen
in again at the back door, settling down in somewhat different|
The vilest insult you can hurl at them is to tell them they
something
Nor is Noel, of course, a true exponent of art. He has
i impairment, a withered arm. deformed as any art which
it- tradition is deformed. It is noteworthy that Marjone nod
arm again at the moment she is about to yield to his termsanij
,,ii.,n with him. and that her yielding scars her for.
. never yield to art without losing some of its own value.
Mike Eden, whose contact with Marjorie does more tl
, e to return her to her "Shirley fate," seems to signify ai
the collective Jewish conscience, which Wa
i- dying out Eden believes that his destiny is to i one i
r Horn destruction by Hitler.'' and that h
so He SB) -. 'Most people can't it
i I, panicky, supercilious, mean tempered
en mi ome nee red aerpust
ing Msrjorie, I'm pretty
: ithina < [ Perl < f<*<
the tradil I Qm world, mu
brand of their wh
.i k.
\- for Wi ox Wronken. the writer, be is the r< hero of*j
the onlj always true to himself He loved
I the valu mbodied; he lost her by bowing to the ooet
materialism, which wa- wrong. Nor could he triumph warr
art (atuiot triumph over tradition, but must spring from it. ren
to it. and hold its image forever in reverence.
It come- down rather clo-ely to Thomas Mann's theme,
mu-t look to the world in which it lives for strength, and
ha- said it VSTJ well, very well indeed.
a higher level.
Frequently, however, meh
courts would be tougher than the
state courts, and often there was
no appeal.
hshed state. Or maybe there is something*
that is different. .
I could more easily understand it it
that the diplomats talked more in W*^
that they talked differently. The csuw
opens up the speech pores. lbc,0*?n ,i
Israel encourage conversation lalk"Jf -u]
with many people there as photograpoji
collecting are hobbies in Amenc* tt *l
photography and stssnp collecting see"1
popular hobbies in IsrseJ. too.)
become a very intereS
know a man who prepares for it to
as
absorb immigrants and
endeavors became involved in
' muckracking." have long been
clamoring for an end of the insti-
tutional tribunals, asserting that
often culprits got away lightly,
and that it was unfair to have two
kinds of justice.
n Washington'
tie" *vb^h d,ffCrrm,y ^ '^ ""* P"
tev Maybe the w.ne and cognac of Rhon ,s less
Prone produce g.....p lhan ^ Qn J "
Another rea.on might be th.t polItlCh ,s ^^ !
*- m a young growing state than m u>j.
Talking can netunre
aw a man who prepares for it to tne ^
thouKh photography or painting *er*
Before he goes to a Ulkfest at *hic* "^
us say. some political problem to tx .
bones up in the Manchester Guardian. -^j
York Times. London Spectator and so oa
one thing, he is prepared to challenge i-^
pared to take any side of a 1uesUon'J|
that when he is through, he feels as twv
had a good workout and he sleeps like
that. ^^
I am not sure that I can recommend;
It seems to me this is taking a hot*f
and one of the prime requisites of >
should be taken lightly. A hobby
Most people, f think, do relax when
doctor* sssomasond it for relaxauaa
sac


t February 3. 1.
1956
+Jmistinur*tol
1
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LIGAU
h^^'^U^CmCU^ IN IKS
IJJ?!? COUNTY, FLORIDA.
5*D!dv No. )*.
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, ... : Innt
cat.on
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Divorce on
L SCAL NOTICS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE "
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ii.ijam ;< n
n kt
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15 A
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. ,. ori*.
,>l the I
I ... the
[ r Li-
en cotifi
., ,| of January, 1956.
*<&?. HERMAN
, nil Court
. rk
>. '..int -
, vxoi r. Bq
l "'a
;-.i__________
rnCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
1 NAME LAW
,. ,; HEREBY OIVBN that
I ,|.ilrlns to enaaae In
us name of
KESTACRANT. at
, h ahway, s..uih mi-
i i mm name
,'-i,.,i, oi the Circuit Court
Count*, Klorlda
iROK CASKATM
I ntlEUMAN
I I ant
____
NOTICE UNDErt FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAW
NOTK'K IH HKKEMY tllVEN that
I he mill, i sign. .1, .1 ii inn (o .hi:.,
i.ii-iii. ihe il'
HE \<'H I DRMAI. sil-H-
Ml. hiniiti Avenue. M.ini Heat h, in-
tend t>. reglater said name iti. the
Mirk <>f the Circuit Court ol Dadi
i'..urn .. Florida.
HENRY DONNRR
samiki, DONNBR
I.EoNARH KAI.ISH
Attorney fr Applicant*
H".I I Mil'..nt Ul.lK.
2/3-10-17-3-1
VJNTY JUDGES' COURT
HOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 30994-A
iBTATr: "I
I h -, I T\ .-IHMANN,
l ... .
If OF INTENTION TO MAKE
IMPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISC HARGE
i li.it I have
fol
'-.i of the
.1 I N \ a k .i
\i vxx,
of K.-I.ru..i ) .
Hi m ii ible w I
I !oun-
i ,1 final
Bs
YETTA
IIKXRIE
IAXX,

E R SdHMANN
;er
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IN CHANCERY. No 1S6943
HORX, I'lalntlff.
_ 1 HI ill -u
ITICE BY PUBLICATION
[ iRX
I
.- r York
Hi..i .i (Vim-
I filed
. i laatad to
i 'lead
ihi I'lalntlffi
I Mil. |.|. |tl
Horlds ii.I
I ..limit
.. o| ih. Cli
ih daj of
la do w,
taken
d. man led
VI ami fto
. IIM
KM \N.
''ii nil Co ii
B) H I \\ VNN.
-, (Real)
.1 BUD
Plorkta
I -i
IN THE COUNTY JUOOEf COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37206 A
In It.-: ESTATE OF
MEYER RKINHoRN, I.......-.-.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All Peraoni llav-
11m i'I.iiii or Demand* AKamst Held
Ratals
You. ami each of you are hereliy
You. and euch of you .ire h. -- by
notified ami required i" preaent any
claims anil demanflH whi.-h urn, or
i-lther of >ou, mas have ..salnM the
.-late of METER HEIXHORN d<
.cased late of Ihtde County, rlorlda
to the Honorable County Judges <
i i.i.i.- County, and fit.- [he name In
their offices In the Count} Courtnou i
In Dade County, Florida, within Ighl
calendar months from the date ..f the
first publication hereof Raid rial ma
..I demandi to oonutln tin- legal ad
.f the claimant and to be **-.>. n
to and preeented a* aforesaid, 01 .-am.
will h. barred Be s. 16 of
the IMS Probate Art.
Dau Januai i :'.<. AD II
run. i:einii< >RX,
\ Wi"
11 -. i T. of
METER BEINHORK,
1 > ceased.
MARK SJ1.VEIISTEI.N
20 Ulncoln It'i Mi iml Beach I
xt'.u ii. i f..- i:
I I to 17-M
I'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
1 NAME LAW
ls H' -.IVEN that
"Kane in
li ii. i.......f
u RECKINO,
, nt. nda t"
'","' ih. Clerh of
' Dade County,
Irijltlr '"XM vx' *'' "*"""
i: i
-I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37142 B
In Re BBTATB OK
M'.l: Ml \M BUOOM, D. -.. 'i
To All > 'reditoi a and All l"ei 11
in Claims or IVnanila Anaiiml Sai.l
i: i...
You. and each of yen, I
notified and required to iueant any
i I.i mi- an.I demanda v. hi.
either ..I v ou, in.i v havi nI the
. -t.,t.- of Al'.lt \IIAM lll>HM. .1,
.-.I late of Dade County, rlorlda, to
the Honorable County Judaea of Dade
County, and file in.- am.- in their i-
in the County Courthouse In
Dade Count)', Florida, within eight
oalendar montna from th.- .int.- <>f the
flint publication hereof Raid -
oi demanda i.....ntaln the legal ad-
ol the claimani and to aworn
to anil preaented a aforesaid, or aume
win Im- barred
Date January 13, A l> 1956.
KIM EON SPEAR,
Ah Executor of the Uaal Will
and I'. Mameiit of
AMRAHAM lll.'.'.M Di
w KIWI \\ AND VPEPMAN
At tome vi f..i Relate (
Abraham Bloom
l"-l7-.'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v..... NAME LAW
NO! Hi: |H MEHKItY I'.IVEN that
I, d. a i Ing to erun
"- .....I'" "' flcM'
n?nY21u9NJ? |,,:l:ss "' -MIAMI, at
10 H U mi, Htreet, Intend* to r.
with Ih.- Clrik of tile
1 '"'"I' '" of Dade I'......Ij I lorl.la
rr'^aT"81 ,: ......."""
-.- I-,. o
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS^
NAME LAW
..NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN that
d, dealrlng t.. engagi m
i iitin
il- MAR HOMER i. ii'..-. w Dixie
, Highway, North Miami, Pla .
'" Id name with th.
I "In ull Couri of Dade County.
Hoi Ida
M \i:n\ RPHTEIN. in.' Vfc
,.....WII.I.IAM |, l-IH.i.AN. |\
HERMAN I BRETAN
Attornei foi Appll. .
~,1 W. Klagler St
1/27 2/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS-
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the underelsned, dealrlng t<> engage in
l.iisinexs under the fictitioux name of
CAROU sportswear, at Aviation
Building. 3420 N. VV. 27th Avenue.
Miami. Horiila. intend to reglater aaid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
JEROME KONHACZER
R.illERT KONHACZER
Morris HENNERHON
1/27 2/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 166705
BETTYK B. M.NAMARA. Plaintiff.
VM
JOHN A. M.NAMARA. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN A MiNAMAUA
... leorga McNe n
ISOM Orand Rl
Detroit, Michigan
Yi.r ARE HEREBY REQCIRKI) to
aerve i oopy of your Anawer to the
Complaint for Ulvoi..- filed herein on
I'lalntlfra attorneys, COCR8HON &
kink. (OB Ulncoln Road, Miami
h, Florida, and to file the original
in the offlce-oii the cierk of the above
mi ..: before the i-i daj ol
d therm la* .. default will
be cut. reil against you
DATED: thla 24th day of January.
E B. UEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Curt
iw I: il. RiCE, JR.
Deput) Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
.Sea 11
2
1-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that
the undetalgn* .: to engage In
hti in.-, uii.l. ihe ii, r|i me ..t
PARTY TIME i.lemv
Chair Renting Co fNol In. I, .
N W mih Htreet, Intends to reglatei
ii.iu.e with th.- Clerk of the Plr-
. uii i ..in i of Dade County. Florida
BEN J A MIN WEI NO ART E N
MJUTON A I KIEl'MAN
Attorney for A|.|>lu-aut
- i.i r.idg.
l/r 2/3-10-17
Dade
Monuments, Inc.
3223 S.W. 8th STREET
Phen* Nl 4-2013
Catering Exclusively to the
Jewish Clientele
Mfe art ear of Miami's leediag
;ewi Meawmeaf Deaieri
; IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN-PROBATE No. 36240 B
IN RJC ESTATE oh'
ISAAC OOUDBUOOM, Dece ."ed
CITATfON PCBUCATION
The State of Kloriiia to Morris Gold-
Mum, Joseph O-oldbloom. Besele
Cohen, Julea OoldNoom, Bertha Balta-
in.m. Max Ooldbloom, Herman Kota-
rn Bugena Ootdbtooro, Daniel Oold
bloom, ami ail oth.-i peraoni . emed:
You are hereby notified Hi
petition I.-.- been filed in sai.i Couri
craving for aaalgnmenl of dower ""
behalf of Esther < ioldhloom. un.l you
are hereh) r.-.iulrcd to file your writ-
ten defenaea thereto within forty dajn
after the flrat puhllt-ation hereof
should you fall therein, decree will be
nt.re.I in due I'oiirae upon said peti-
tion
WITNESS my hand and the seal ..f
amid Court .1 Miami, Dade County,
Florida, Mil- SJrd of January.
AD II
I'a ted: Januai > 13, I
EIIANK B DOVVUINO,
Countv Judge
l!\ : MEI.UA C I >ICK.
tC. J SEAI.i <"lerk
sami i:i- J Ra.ni>. Attorney
44'. Beybold Budg., Miami. Florida
i tl 1/3-10-17
^JOUUZll SIIVICI
"AtT" "MAUKY" "MAT"
C0ULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrecks Rebuilt Body aeeeirt aae Painting
fc_ 32244, FR 46652 040 S.W. 8th Street
Miami beach federal
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
nd. i t he fl. ii loua na
\SS..C|AI|;|, l-AISTI US AM. IK
ORATORR, at It-...m -:;'.. 120 Ulncoln
R< id, Miami I.. ...-h. Florida. Inti nd
to t.-i ii n in..- ;|erk
of Hi. 'Ircoll Com i of i. ii
Rlorlda
DANIEU S AUKAMOWITZ
NATHAN '' ir
Alt I'll' It I .-
Attorn*) foi .\
lora
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IH HERRBY tilVEN
i i
In litloUS 111. I
HIAUEAH olTI.Er al
I lialeah, Iniemlx to ret; i
name e/IH the <"ieik .,f the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Ecu ai:i. | ick MAN
MARX l-Al'.Ei:
Ait,.i n. % r..i Applleant
Conareaa Bl.lg
;.;-\n
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 37139-B
In Re: FWTAThV nF
l-MMA M. POI'OVICH. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Has -
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Sai.l
r.atatee.
You. and each of you. ure hareb)
notified and required to preaent any
i-laiina and demands which >ou. or
either of you. may have agalnx! the
.stale of EMMA II POPOVICH, de-
ceaaed late of Dade County, F'l<.......
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offli-ea In the County Courthouse
in Dude County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first put.Ih atii.M hereof Bald claims
oi .l.-iii.in.Is, to i untain the legal n.|-
of the claimant and to he awnin
'" and i......inted aa afot eeald, oi
will he harred.
Dati Januan L'n. A.D. 13M
HARRY /. POPOVICH
Aa Exeoutor of the i^st Will
ami Testament of
EMMA M poi'ovicii
MAX R SILVER
Attornei for Executor
1/37 : 3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 13 HKRKIIY C1VRN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOFBRAU BAR al 172 Clralda Ave-
nue. Coral Oablea. Intends to reglater
said nanie with the I'leik of the Cir-
cuit Court of IH.de Count v. Florida.
MoKltlS KERNXR
KE88UER KrS
Attorneys for Applicant
17KJ VV, I lalei tl
1/30-37 2/3-10_______________________
""notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. in chancery. no. 186664
i:\ ki.yn oriNN, Plaintiff.
JOHN iji INN. Defendant
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
in JOHN QI'INN
H'llal I- \^i one
Mi Ki-i.i Nee v-.ih
You me h.-rel.v notifu-d that I
. i Complalnl for Die. been
rued agalnat you and y< quired
, ol youi Answer or
;..mt
i.. eerve
Pleading to Ih, Bill ol im oi
the i.i...ni.T Attorney. IO-M"
hllS V Mtarol,
iginal Ai
or Pleading In the offh "V1" ,1
.,f ih. court on oi before ine
mi, daj '' >'''/.'"
l" d.. s... judgment Hi he
,,,ist you Je-
manded In the Bill '"' nr,j>
"his notice shall be pubtl
,,, I. 'our con......live
In THE JEWIH1I FUORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
,U. this rd day of Januar>. A D
lSI.
Clerk.
I B URATHRTRMAN. Clel
Circuit Court. lade < ounty,
ByJOAN COL'RNOTBR.
Depnty cierk.
,t Court K*l)
- 3/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HERRBY OIVEN that
-i.i- gned, deeii Ing to
business under the r :it..... n i
MORTON LEON ARHOnATBK, is I
137 N v\ l'h i HI Miami, Florid
ten.is to register swt name with the
Clerk ..f t...- .'in ul| 'i.-it t ol I '.ol-
nty, I'loi Ida.
M"l:i<>.\ I.E. IN \> S( .. : VTES,
INC
BHAPIRO .v PRIED
Attorne) f..r Appll. ..nt
130 Ulncoln Road
: -I..-17_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai
the undersigned, deelring to engage In
Inisiiieaa under the fletltloua i. .
MADELEINE MOORE, at 127 N. W.
2nd Rl .Miami. Florida. Intends to
reglatei s..i.i name uiti. thi Clerh >>f
the Circuit Court of Dude Cotintv.
Rlorlda
MORTON UEON ASS. m'IA Ti-IS.
INC
SHAPIRO d PRIED
Attorne) foi Applh ant
tjn i.in. ota Road
I 17 1 1-10-17
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 33704-B
RE: ESTATE OP
MFJUVIN R H1UTZ. I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice r...... B|ven tti I
filed m> final
i- nal niatrs
.1 mi:,. .
on the 171
\rnl ..--, .
crank B i" ivruiNO County
approval o
,x of
i' Betate of MEUVI l: HIUTZ,
ceased
This li.ih dg) of .! .i
E.NOUA HAIL HIUTZ
HERBERT II HCTNKR
Attorn.-y for Adml I
- i Ave Miami Bea. h, Pis
i i '.uii 27

A neighbor's child
falls out of m free
in your back yard.
Does your liability
insurance provide
funds for th*
medical bills?
for he answer re thi*. or
any other insurance ovesffoe
SEE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37044-B
In Re: ESTATE OF"
SAM I'ROSTERMAN l>
To All Creditors and All Persons ii.\-
...u Clalma or Demands AgaWlai Bald
Estate
v.. ii. and eai-h of you. are hi
ii..mi..i and required to preaenl an)
.mil demanda which you, .
either of you, ma> have agalnat the
eatate nl SAM PROSTERMAN. reased late of Dade County. Florida
to the ii.uiorai.ie County Judgi
D.oie County, and file the earn. In
their offl.'-s hi the Count) Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
eatrndar months from the date of the
Oral puhli.aliou hereof. Said .laiin-
m demands to contain the legal ad-
,.r the i laimanl and i" U-
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
ai" '"' ''' .-
D.ue isntian "th A D l...
EVA I'ROSTERMAN.
\,|i.ii:i.st. ..tl .\ CIA. of
the l-'st Will and Testament
of SAM I'ROSTERMAN.
Deceit sed
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Now TWO fine Kosher Markets operated
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...SOCIALITE
Mr. and Mrs. Denial Taradesrt were among the
170 socialites at the Committee of 100's annual
dinner-dance on the Beach last week. .
Dan and his lovely blonde wife were joined by
hither William Taradash at the festivities. .
- Picnic," "Desire" and "From Here to Eternity"
arc among the screen plays Dan has authored as
ImiTiif Hollywood's top writers. .
Lhcr William is a long-time Miami Beach resident. .
Wjt Frad Jonaa is back in town after his trip to
L an Mexico, where he visited his 91-year-old mother. .
Eh's been .1 resident there for some 33 years. With a mean.
at in his eye, Fred's been telling friends that Cuernavaca
-d f,ir its colony of writers and artists. .
i hap- ;, new "Grandma Jonas" is on the way?
he Florida Keys were the destination of Hibiscus Island
Eies Mr. and Mrs. Hal S. Pelton last week. .
fee-ted and showing off enviable sun tans, the Paltena deserted
I Wand digging* "to be alone."
feuest of honor at a buffet luncheon in the Roney Plaza hotel
Cell was Mrs. Mary Ziff. .
popular hostess was Mrs. Samuel Madenick. who's visiting
liter Mr*. A. J. Schlossman, of Biscayne Island.
Blissfully soaking up the qtiiet anonymity of a Beach vacation
[been Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moss, of Washington, D.C. .
be Mosses are certainly happy the December holiday season
and want to forget the rush and bustle until next December.
j is vice president of Hecht Co. in the nation's capitalone
largest department stores in the U.S.
otham Town's Don Hewitt has been spotted around town
(sides of the bayin tete-a-tete with Baron do Hirsch Mayor
iaonard Abtss. .
1 happens to be producer of Douglas Edwards' "See it Now"
Lther top CBS television programs. .
Friends know Baron and Leonard aren't saying much, but
are beginning to add up.
Bn the Academic Front: Beach students completing work for
(ear decrees at the University of Illinois include popular Nad
and Roy Turchen. .
I'hile Michael Simkowitx and David Bromer are making repu-
for themselves as members of Mercersburg Academy's
htrjf club. .
Eric E. Harris, head of the school's chem department at Mer-
urg. Pa explains that only top students are accorded member-
iehael's parents are the I. B. Simkowitzea, and David's the
Hawthorne ive.'l Charles Bromers.
lew Rochelle's Henry Eismans are fugitives of Gotham Town's
linds at the Hotel Brazil. .
Entertaining the Eismana are Dr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein, of
Ide.
Roads Across Miami: Isabell Rasner is back from an
ded vacation in New York, followed by a flight to Jamaica,
mean Republic and Haiti. .
fc'hile in New York, Isabella attended hat fashion events for
Lincoln rd. establishment .
dnd Irving Greenfield is in Chicago attending the annual
pr showing of the Furniture Mart
^Itn Hayes was stunning in her Palm Beach opening of
tea Williams' "Glass Menagerie" last week. .
honor of the occasion, Muriel (the hat) Pick wore her much-
l-about $500 number which she Picked-up in Paris last sum-
la tall. tall, bird of paradise atop a milliner's dream. .
h from Miami for the opening with Muriel was her daughter,
[Louis (Helene) Haftel.
>>
ft and Rick Schwartzburg were eating dinner in Atlanta the
[vening. "Let's take a trip," said Rkk very quietly. .
the Schwartxborgs packed Mike and Debbietwo years
Ifn months old respectivelyinto the back of their car and
M m Miami Beach the next day. .
Ind were grandparent! Fred and Florence Schwartzburg, of
[Alton rd., happy to see the energetic quartet. .
pso on hand, vacationing from the Army, were sons Jim and
- *r *f a* m^^i^m
'chi-.in ave "s Hymen Feuera are entertaining her mother.
F Bateman, of Newark. Frances came down for "sunshine,
rd grandchild." Nothing else. Frances happily told the
n. could lure her away from her bustling duties as a New
lepartnicnt More executive.
^*nd Mr Joseph Boguss. of Opa-Locka. celebrated their
wmg anniversary the other night with a party at home. .
l"m!^ included distinguished attorney general of Massa-
l" **or9 Pingold. The celebrating couple were married in
"Mas-. Jan. 21, 1926.
fcirth!" "f hpr fr'ends helped Barbara Warren celebrate her
P"hday 1 rnlay at the Algiers hotel. .
"ty Barbara is a freshman at Nautilus Junior High. Proud
** the Jerry Warrant, 520 51st ter.. Miami Beach.
''fddi
c
and Sanferd Rattner.
JJ[ng ,s ln Auust (or j^,,^ Muf#y
m hn(l "* the couP,'s Pi"" "> engagement party
"> Algiers hotel given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Murray, 8600 Byron ave. .
iPX81?,01 New York M*h d*i. >ovy '* now
itL .? Ln,vnity of Miami and plans to teach after ber
liraduat
tfi* 14JC
oman s
fWorU
Th* Jtewiislh IFII'Diriidliioiin
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Friday. February 3. 1956
Section B
Caplstrano: This white satin ball gown is
embroidered with scrolls of black velvet
and jet beads. Mediterranean Mermaid:
Pink satin gown embroidered with beige
chenille. Colored metallic thread highlights
this creation, which also features iridescent
sequins and rhinestones. Torah: Bucharian
bride's jacket is startling feature of this orig-
inal oriental antique gown. Tunic and cap
are of rich purple velvet. Gold embroidery
is an applique of same filagree used on vel-
vet mantles of Scroll of Law. (Left to right)
HADASSAH CHAPTERS WILL SEE LAU5T IN MODERN DESIGN
sraen ras
Fashions to be Shown Monday
Perhaps the most unusual collec-
tion of fashions yet to be .shown
in this city will be viewed here on
Monday, Feb. 6, at the Seville ho-
tel, when the Greater Miami chap-
ter of Hadassah presents the latest
Hadassah fashion show from Israel
at a luncheon affair.
Designed and executed by dress-
making students of the Alice L.
Seligsberg Vocational School in
Jerusalem, the garments were in-
spired by centuries-old costumes
brought to Israel by Jewish immi-
grants from Arab and oriental
lands.
The Hadassah fashions, which
are a sophisticated blending of
ancient oriental motifs in a mod-
ern setting literally a wedding
of old and new are of particular
interest to American audiences in
light of the current Eastern influ-
ence in women's fashions.
Pat (Mrs. Paul Bromberg) will
serve as fashion commentator dur-
ing the show, which will be co-
chaired by Mrs. Herbert Gutman
and Mrs. Louis Gidney.
Models will include the Mes-
dames Stanley Periman, Herbert
Mathes, Albert Pollack. James
Cobbs. Jack Mintzer, William Sieg-
el, Stanley Baskin, Harry Mufson,
Alvin Richter and Richard Fink.
The show is currently touring
the United States to help raise
funds to operate Hadassah's net-
work of vocational education insti-
tutions in Israel, of which the Sel-
igsberg School is part. According
to Mrs. Oscar Sindell, president of
the Greater Miami chapter, many
of the Seligsberg students and
their families come from Middle
Eastern lands home of some of
the most intricate needlework and
embroidery in the world.
"Augmenting their artistic East-
ern heritage with the fine training
in design and dressmaking they re-
ceive at the Seligsberg School,
these students have produced a
fashion collection that any cou-
turier would be proud to present,"
Mis. Sindell explained.
In all. 15 dresses will be shown
at the Feb. 6 aff; .'. Included are
daytime garments, frocks, cocktail
dresses, ball gowns and at-home en-
sembles
A highlight of the show, accord-
ing to Mrs. Sindell, will be full-
color slides showing classes at
work in the Seligsberg School.
Members of Greater Miami's 14 Ha-
daesaj) groups will also see color
slides of the oriental originals on
which most of the fashions are
based.
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, local
housing authority who recently re-
turned from a tour through Israel,
will be guest speaker. Mrs. Harold
Wynn will offer a program of,
songs.
UM DEAN SCHEDULED
also a U of M grad. la the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Harding ave.
Recent installation of Al Sherman (second from left) as presi-
dent of the 100 Club of Dade county also marked the date of
the Shermans' 24th wedding anniversary. Sherman is shown
with daughter, Carol, his wife and son. Eddie, senior student
at the University of Miami. Resident of Miami Beach for ten
years Sherman is a law graduate of St Johns College.
ota Alpha Will
Celebrate Tenth
Year in March
Iota Alpha Pi, oldest national
Jewish social sorority, will cele-
brate its tenth anniversary on the
I M campus with a luncheon Mar.
10.
Slated for the Lucerne hotel, the
luncheon will feature Miss May B.
Brunson, UM Dean of Women, as
guest speaker.
Actives and pledges will be hon-
ored guests. The Alumnae Asso-
ciation of the sorority is sponsor-
ing the affair.
Iota was founded nationally in
1903 at Hunter College'and install-
ed locally as Rho capter, in 1946.
Officers of the Iota Alpha Pi
alum group are Mrs. Sheldon
Green, president; Mrs. Abe Freid-
man, vice president; Miss Abby
Jagust, secretary; and Mrs. Jay
Bearman. treasurer. Social chair-
nen Gail Berkman and Marcy Raf-
fel are in charge of arrangements
for the luncheon.
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JrMoy. February
3
avoritcs
MAKEMRITMR^
Sweetbreads Served for Luncheon
Make an Unusual 'New Look' Dish
By LEAH LEONARD
Here's a suggestion for a special
luncheon dish thai dm proved very
popular with many of our readers
Wc know because the) writ* and
told us so, when it was printed
many months ago.
Now comes a request from
Harmon on Hudson. N. Y.. for
-weetbreads, and here it is:
SWEETBREADS LUNCHEON
DISH
(serving 6)
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, pepix : ring*
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Cook sweetbreads in cold water
to cover, adding salt and lemon
iuice or vinegar. Bring to quick
boil reduce heat to .1 moderate
boil and cook 1.") to 20 minutes
Drain thoroughly in ;i colander.
As n -i- cool enou-
membrane and cut
cooked sweetbreads into inch
r -m:.ller. Melt th
be ued in .
the c reads, stin
Lift
Dip thi
. nd brown in
the fat m frying pan.
out the browned
slices and place each on a slice ol
Deborah Society Schedules
Meet in Beach Restaurant
Regular meeting of Deborah Tu
1 ere ilosis Society will he held on
Tuesday, Feb. 8. at Foo Manchn's
Luncheon will be served at 12 \
noon. Mrs. Louis Cohen is hostess,
President is Mrs Louis Levy.
toast from h.eh the corner* I
lt, or on top ot a Holland
Rush Top with a ring of gi
pepper, cut in two to >pre.ul ti
uu,r riB Kill pepper
with the prepared sweetbrj
These can be arranged on a
serving platter or on individual
serving plates Now heat the syrup
from canned pineapple.
Combine cornstarch with grated
lemon rind and just enough odd
water to blend. Stir into rup ami
cook over low heat till thickened
about 3 minute- stirring till clear
Spoon thi- sauce o\er top ol
sweetbread cube- inside pepper
rings and garnish with slivered al-
monds Just before servm-. Keep
hot tor best results. Pickles, pi-
miento stuffed olives, radish roses,
watercress, etc. may he u-ed as
additional uiani-h tor thi- one
plate luncheon.
In a la: DOWl place I M -
Uil lettuce then the other listed
I .he French Drc
htl) with sa
lyonnaise .0 which sliced olive
has been added for a serw-youTselJ
salad ^ ( ,
H,.re- a Up for beautifying the
simplest 01 cupcakes:
HONEY-NUT TOPPING
Wp tnc top ot each cupcaki
wanned honey then in finch chop
pod almond- OT pecan-. Turn >l<>
h until top 1- covered with the
Chopped mits Place on -crv.ng
plate. On top of each place a red
, ureen mara.-lu.no chen> with
,h,n -liver- of the opposite color
to simulate two or three leaves
Fashion fiesta luncheon tot Women $ America* 0T
pari \mcr.can Airways provided South American country
,oUchcs ol authenticity for the
Fashion Fiesta Luncheon this
week ot a musical fashnon show
an(| review -n..nsored by the Great-
M.anu chapter of umns
"T;Z 'Sane a> backgrouSfKrS
.in'(l nags from all the Latin and event.
South American
the stage. *
The annual luncheon w-
noonFeb 1 intheBdsTa
Yolanda, Lat,n AmericT
entertained with songs
**> Uroae am |
Were < m chair
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, February 3. 1956
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feminine fain K^)n the [neseth Israel Sisterhood Honors Outstanding Leader Here

*v
Sisterhood' of Kneseth Israel
Congregation will tender a testi-
monial luncheon to Mrs. Louis J.
Ullian, president of the Sisterhood,
on Tuesday noon, Feb. 14, at the
Ritz Plaza hotel.
Mrs. Ullian came to Miami Beach
with her late husband 30 years ago.
k
.:
Inez Krensky, Miami
jch, has just been appointed
airman of Combined Jewish
Bal "Luncheon Unlimited"
here Feb. 29. Co-chairmen
Mrs. Morris J. Goldin and
Harry Gordon.
fthian Sisters in
igmented Drive
loosevolt Temple 33. Pythian
ers. Wednesday announced an
litional contribution of $115 to
Henrietta Kastoff Memorial
kd at the Cancer Institute of
|e county.
us perpetual fund founded
^e years ao in memory of their
Pa4 Chief. Henrietta Kastoff.
I made possible the operation of
Instrument workroom at the In-
ate. Vitally needed instruments
specialized nature are manu-
lured here as they are required
further the research work.
Women Determined
To Help With Drive
Shifting all campaign units into
Ihigh gear, following a record-
breaking initial gifts kickoff Sun-
day, the Women's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal acceler-
ated fund raising plans on all
j fronts.
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzcr, 1395 SW
22nd ter., was host at a coffee for
members of the Pioneer Women's
group to enroll their aid in plan-
ning Luncheon Unlimited. On
Tuesday, Feb. 7, Mrs. Joseph Dun-
tov will entertain a group of wom-
en at her home at 10 a.m. at a
coffee to develop further plans for
Luncheon Unlimited, and on Wed-
nesday, Feb. 8, Mrs. Joseph Rosen-
blum will host another group of
planners at a coffee at her home
for the same big event on Feb.
29.
Still another parlor meeting will
be held at the home of Mrs. Eman-
uel I. Smith on Friday, Feb. 10.
10:30 a.m., at her home 965 NW
7th st. rd. Workers in behalf of
Luncheon Unlimited will also
meet as the guests of Mrs. Milton
Perlman on Feb. 14, Tuesday, 10
a.m., at her home, 1010 NE 81st st.
when they opened a drug store on
Lincoln rd. For 11 years, they liv-
ed in Ft. Lauderdale and were
among the first four Jewish fam-
ilies to settle there.
Mr. Ullian passed away in Ft.
Lauderdale and is interred in the
Jewish cemetery there, which was
founded at the time of his passing.
Mrs. Ullian, who is now serving
i her third term as president of
, Kneseth Israel Sisterhood, is ac-
tively engaged in real estate busi-
ness. But this doesn't prevent her
active participation in numerous
local programs.
Mrs. Ullian is a life member of
the Hebrew Academy, life member
of Jewish Home for the Aged, a
member of Women's Branch of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations of America. Mizrachi Wom-
en, Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary,
Hadassah, National Children's Car-
diac UokpitaJ, J'uiucof Women L'Iul>
2, Temple Emanu.El antf Aguaas
Israel.
lies' Auxiliary Meets
lollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxil-
j will meet Wednesday evening.
1. at Ifonticello Park Congre-
on. Goes) speaker will be Dr.
bard B. Jaffe, pediatrician.
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Dadc countv will >oon have it- our: "Conf<
on Education." reported Mrs. David Catsman *.
Conference of Jewish Women- Organiza-
resantatives attending th Jan. 26 meeting ot the
group at the Algiers rmlel.
In line with the purpose of the national confer-
ence to promote continued interest in the |
of education and euipha-ue them on a local level
Mrs. Malvina liebman, director of elemental
n revealed -he 1- planning a conference on
Dade county*s needs.
Mrs. Liebman served as a consultant at the WWW
House conference Mrs Catsman and Mr- 1
jser were among the 25 Florida delegates
"We hope this is the beginning of a new ,
public schools. The more people who are inten
the greater chance we have of bringing about needed
reform.' said Mr- Catsman.
Mrs Glasser, Who Is if as! fre-ident oj the CIWO.
-aid that the delegate- who attended the flationa.
conference expressed them-- sincerely and with
out reserve and that there a- a -ground swell of
recognition of our national failure in education, a
failure which can lead to national peril'
Earlier in the meeting the delegate- who repre-
sent 85 organizations in Hade and Broward counties.
adopted a resolution urging the United State- and
United Nations to bring aK.ut a- speedilj a- pos-
sible a security pact between Israel and the Arab
gtates, so that peace in
secured _____^ report which
Th.-re-olut,onwa-,nre-o ... ^
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ferenceO! -" jan 17 t0 19. I* IB*
tTSrtiftft......ntofy to grant
T- ,1- re,,e-, to buy arm, lor d^ .
' Al.vmder Robbins. chairman of the ConJ
bome-finding project, r^ortodttal
hnuuhth, effort- of the member, many n... -
potential parent- have been turned in to^fow ah
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the Veter^ Adtntaiatrrtion^wj
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Mr- lean Lehman. Committee member- an m
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past Conference president, and
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febnxaiyy-J.
3, 1956
Elaine Malbin,
lene Conley Will
at Emanu-EI
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Ciiful young
Klaine Malbin
Metropolitan tenor Eugene
jll .-tar in concert ditftr
[ evening Fob. 8, f>r
Lffhood ol Temple Emanu-
lartists will be presented in
cmplf auditorium, 1701
We., at 8:30 p.m.
i i the religious
In was seen recently
I i Doretta Morrow
|. .hi -Kismet." She
enthusiasts from her
m appearances on television
kdio. notablj on "Voice of
[,. Md i BS and NBC pro.
L I "Traviata" and "Pagli-
\. New York City opera,
Lmpheil in Don Giovanni,"
Lb" and "Love for Three
ican born and
ha' enjoyed unusual sue-
since 1950 ovations greet-
following bifl debut in
Faust" at the
Metropolitan Op-
tra, and he Was
re engaged by
Milan's I.aScala
Opera to open its
1951 season,
(thereby becom-
ing the first
IXmencan train-
(I tenor to
'launch a LaScala
season.
Lsical evenj ot this char.
I .m annual tradi-
Temple F.manu-EI's Sis-
Heading the patrons'
Itee arc general chairmen
|hfcrm;iii Kaplan, with Mrs.
erlimittcr. Mrs. I. M. Boder-
ftd Mr- Max Bauer.
I diaii men for the gen-
i mmittee are Mrs. Har-
i Mrs Joseph Abel-
Mr- A. A Hothstein.
ding the concert, the Sis-
entertain at dinner
I tel Dinner chair-
Mr- William RubenstelB.
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Jewish Women Will Expand Program
MISS ELAINE MAIBIN
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en is planning to expand its volun-1
teer leisure time program at the i
Jewish Home for the Aged.
New volunteers at the Home will
be trained for this work in two
workshop sessions to be held at 10 [
Beth David Adult Series
Counts Diversified Courses
Opening session of the second:
semester of Beth David Institute;
of Jewish Adult Studies was held
Wednesday evening.
Among courses offered are Ele
mentary Hebrew, Siddur (Prayer
Book) Reading and Content, Survey
of Jewish History, Pathways
Through the Bible, The Life Cycle
of the Jew and Judaism as a Way
of Life.
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg,
spiritual leader of Beth David, un-
der whose direction the Institute
is held, has enrolled a corps of in-
structors which includes Louis Ga-
don, Isadora Dickman, Louis Gold-
berg and Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz.
a.m., Monday, Feb. 6, and Monday,
Feb. J3, in the library of the Home.
For the past year, volunteer
workers of the Council of Jewish
Women have been going to the
Home regularly and offering group
activity leadership in such diversi-
fied areas as arts and crafts, news-
paper editing, English classes, mu
sic and card playing.
Other volunteers have made
friendly visits to the sick, written
letters, offered transportation
when needed and assisted in the
Home office.
As the program has expanded,
the interests of the residents in the
Home have been stimulated, and
for this reason there are now open-
ings for new volunteers and a need
for more activities.
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MISS JOAN fORlGANG
Miss .loan Fortgang
Plans Spring Rites
William H. Fortgang. 1646 SAW
14-.h St.. announces the en.:
ment of his daughter Joan to Elihu
W. Schepps.
They plan a late sprinu' wedding
in 'he Plaia hotel. New York City,
- Fortgane. a first grade
teacher in Hialeah Elementary
School i- a graduate of Syracuse
University where -he received her
B? decree and MA degree siimma
miss GAii uma
.Gail Lynnc Apner
Betrothal Told
Gail Lynne Apner will wed
David Sidney Krasner this SUB1.
mer. Their engagement is being
announced by the parents of the
bride-elect. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
1 Apner. 2227 S\V 2nd ter.
Mi~- Apner Is a senor at Mami
Senior High School where she is
a member of Anchor Club and
Future Teachers of America.
Mr Kramer, 1458 SW 1st it, is
MISS BABBABA Ktf'M
Miss Grossman Will
Be Married May 20
Mi-- Sally Grossman and Jerome
Hellman are engaged. They plan to
be married May 20.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and lira. Samuel Grossman,
coconut Grove.
The Stapban Carters, of Larchmont. N.Y., are house,
the Fine Tree dr. home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. jKk
Appropriately. Garden ave.'s Mr*. Sam fUck.r Was h
Miami Beach Garden Club at a meeting Wednesday, with jJJ
Swinglahurst as speaker. .
Sailing BartKh, Jr., was flown to Miami last week and tab
to Mt Sinai for surgery. He's the sbn of Leonora and SailjZj
Memorv whizz Lynn* Levin has some inside news about the i
Question quil show. Leaving home at 6405 SW nth j p,
children ranging from two to 13, pette Lynna arrived in Nevj
her pre appearance interview. .
But Hal March and company told Lynne that her app.,
now being put off for some three months. Reason is that her<
history of magic, is currently being featured by another qniz
Sonny Barchan, daughter of the Joa Barchans, was surprised!
sixteen party given by her Phi Sigma Tau sisters at the
Bonnit Dubbin. .
BIKWDAY CAM WITH UIMMAS HJUMSTIK HIRE ...*** I.
Forty guests gathered at the Judfe and Mr*. Albart Dubai* |
dence to do Sonny honor. Birthday cake featured balkmnjl
mes Surprise gift of all was a trip to Orlando and a vi*!
iriend Georgie Saltaer, daughter of Dr. and Mr. Joseph Sthwr.,
Sunny't treasurer of DEB's and will be a junior counselor g(
Carlyle in Hendersonville, N.C.. next summer. Guests at the StL
hotel are Mr. and Mrs. David Manestar, recently returned frornai
through Israel, where they purchased a beautiful Scroll of,
Mr. Manastar is president of Kosher Zion Meat Products.
Provision Co. is exclusive distributor for the South. .
Look for the marmoset to replace the parakeet in pet ^
- John Bargar, one of the largest retailers of pets in New To
Vacationing at the Algiers hotel with his wife, their son and t~
in-law, John feels the marmoset is gaining favor among yj
cum laude She also did pa I the son of the late Mr and Mrs
3421 Percival ave, .*------- m-iaw, jonn ieri c .......~* ...-
The groom's parents are Mr. and | who set tne style in pets among families.
Mrs Max Hellman. Brooklyn. N Y
Mis. Grossman graduated from
.the University of Miami. Her fi-
ance attended New York City
Schools an.) is a U.S. Navy veteran.
Jacob Krasner. Formerly of Phila-
delphia, he has lived in Miami
since 1942 He attended Miami
Senior High and is in his senior
year at University ol Miami.
He is a member of Tan Delta Phi
social fraternity and is past presi-
dent ot Sigma Rho fraternity.
le work at the University ol
Miami.
member of Pi Lambda
Theta women'- education honora-
ry Sigma Delta Tau social sorority.
American Association of Universi-
V'omen, B'nai B'rith and Junior
-sail
Her fiance is son of Mr. and Mrs
IsadOK Schepps. Fair I.awn. N J .
Who winter at Helen Mar Apart-
ments. Miami Beach.
He was graduated from Lehigh \W(1(| j|l<"' .\|H\ 2!)
I'l irersity with a BS degree in __ ** _
APT 29 ,rl nr^"L'K-n
Klein will
Melnick.
Miss Klein to Live
In Brooklyn After
cl mical engineering. He is a mem
ber of Tau Beta Pi engineering'
h norary and was president at
1 I igh of In- smial fraternity. Pi
Lambda Phi
He served with the Air Force
: is general manager and vice
-ident ol Lynn Textile Mills
Inc. Holyoke, Mass
in Brooklyn. Barbara I
become Mrs. Harle> K.
Miss Krasnow New
Bride-Elect Here
I tuise Kra-now and Arnold
I ndsman met in hi^h school
Their engagement is announced
li> the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Krasnow, 1951 SW
33rd ave.
- Krasnow will graduate from
Miami High School in June. She is
a member of Tau Alpha Omega
nty.
Mr. Landsman is the -on of Mr
and Mrs. Irving Landsman. 3655
Riviera ct.. Coral Gables
A graduate of Miami High
School, he attended University Ol
I ida.
Their engagement is being an-
nounced by the parent- of the
bride-elect. Mr and Mrs Harry W
Klein, 6291 SW 15th si
Miss Klein attended (Oral Cables
High School.
Mr Melnick i- the -on ol Mr and
Mrs Sydney I) Melnick, >>t New
York He received his discharge
from the Air Force on Saturda)
The couple will live in New
York after their marriage.
June Wedding Hells
For Merton Gettis,
Lakeland Fiancee
showers rot swank... BUM umrvatSAMr
Suianne Sobal has been feted by many parties in honor i
coming marriage to Stanley Owen Starling. The bnde-elert, t.
the daughter of the Lao Sobal*, 2170 SW 19th St.. was recently|
of honor at a luncheon and shower at the home of Mr. Sam "
4260 Granada blvd. .
Mrs. Phil Abrams and Mrs. David Parnas also entertained]
luncheon at the home of Mrs. Abrams, 1919 SW 19th -t.
Miss Torry Graenhouse, an Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority sister,
home at tea. Mrs. Josoph Barman at a "meet-the bride" paitj,|
the theme as "My First Twenty Years." .
Rehearsal dinner honoring Susanna and fiance Stanley u
the offing by Mrs. Sydnay Lefeesirt and Mr*. Moa FinafeM
I^fcourt s Bay dr. home. Wedding rites will be Feb. 5 at the!
Plaza. .
Speaking of weddings: It's the 49th wedding anniversary I
and Mr*. Mayor Keilsan, of Miami Beach. Mayer is head
Keilson Advertising Agency in New York, one of the countrjil
ad concerns. .
C0STUMI BALL VISITOKS FROM NfW TOM
Mr*. Barnard Ye*nar. hospitality chairman of the Coral
Jewish Center Sisterhood, played hostess Tuesday to a coffee
for the committee planning a costume Purim Ball Feb. 1ft
chairman Mr*. Charlotte Halpart assisted. .
Guests included Fanny Raich, Franco* Trwpkln, Tina Mh|
Kati, Roth Heckorling, Baa Katin, Batty Roaanfold, Evelyn
Iran* Fink, Taddy Block, Rose Rovln and Dor I* Schnoidanwn.
The Ray Berrin* will entertain the Paul Golds, \ isitors (real
York, at an informal party Saturday night. Site is their no"*'
and Roz were co-eds together at Brooklyn College The W*|
dentally, spent their honeymoon at Miami Beach six yean ago<
now back to celebrate their wedding anniversary here. P
faJft
August bros rv
*^ la the BEST?
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acoviti her wedding ring Her en- fiated with the Goldstyle Fashion Shops in Brooklyn
MISS lOUISt KRASNOW
GOLD COAST THEATRICAL AGENCY
From a Rnr Miftvah fo a Banquet
MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT PARTY PLANNING
Jerrv Grant Sam Morris
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emenl to Merton Gettis i- being
announced by her parent-. Mr and
Ml \ HerscOVitZ, Lakeland, Fla
The prospective bridegroom i-
the -on of Mr. and Mr- Stanley H
Gettis, 1845 Collins ave. Miami
eh.
Mi-- Herscovitl is a graduate of
lakeland High School She will re-
ceive her ba degree In elementa-
ry education from Univeraitj ol
Florida in June
She i- a.member of Alpha I.p-i.
Ion Phi and Kappa Delta Pi, honor-
ary education fraternity
is a graduate of Miami
h School He attended
------- New York University and
uate oi New York Instituti
nee During World War II q
"l with the Marine < orpi 11,
now i- a registered representative
With .1 It Willi-ton & <
t>er- of the New York
change in Miami Beach
Rox is president of Flagler-Granada Women's Group andai
of the popular Flagler-Granada Chorale. Husband Ray'sI
the Everglade Drug Co. here. .
hntertaining her sisters. Mrs. Ida Mayers and Mrs. *"*
of New York City, is Mr*. Lewis (Anna) Baida, of 5919 !>*
Miami. The vacationers intend to remaining another tn"*
As for husband Lou, he just returned from Chicago and nou*wj
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P0NA10 SHAKT***
Davis Now
I. Harold Salmon
i double ring ceremony Sun-
the Algiers hotel, Elinor
Davis became the bride
old H. Salmon. Rabbi Irving
an officiated at the wedding.
cas followed by a reception
nner at the hotel,
[bndc was given in marriage
; grandfather. Paul S. Brick-
ie is the daufihter of Mrs.
R. Davis, 835 Alton rd.,
Beach and the late Mr.
[Salmon la the son of Mr. and
hilip V. Salmon, 1446 Lenox
Hiami Beach.
| former Was Davis wore a
na-length gown of crystalet
nported chantilly lace, and
ilderleni:th veil which fell
headpiece trimmed with
and drop pearls,
[carried white orchids, ste-
lis and oranye blossoms on a
Bible.
ey Hirscn was maid of hon-
be wore American beauty
M with matching headpiece
^ried a bouquet of pink car-
H. Salmon was his broth-
fct man. Harold Davis, the
] brother, was usher.
a honeymoon in New Or.
fhe couple will make their
Miami Beach.
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Marilyn Clein Weds
Donald Shaktman;
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Marilyn Lois Clein became Mrs.
Donald H. Shaktman in Sunday
ceremonies Jan. 29 at the Money
Plaza hotel. Rabbi Morton Malav-
sky, spiritual leader of the Israelite
Center, officiated at the 4:30 p.m.
rites.
The bride Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Reubin Clein, 2637 Fla-
mingo dr. The groom is the son
of Mrs. Gertrude Shaktman, 1045
Lenox ave.
Given in marriage by her father,
newlywed Mrs. Shaktman chose a
traditional satin gown with cathe-
dral train. The well-molded bodice
was fashioned with scoop neckline
and outlined with lace appliques.
The sleeves were long point-to-
hand, and the fullness of the skirt
was created by wide pleats and
folds which extended to the back.
The bride's waist-length French
illusion veil was caught to a small
seed pearl and faillette crown. She
carried a bouquet of orchids and
lily-of-the-valley.
Maid of honor was Harriet
Shaktman, sister of the groom, in
full-length pink tulle over taffeta.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Arlyne To-
bin, Mrs. Helen Dubbin. Miss Har-
riet Ginsberg and Miss Florence
Angerman, attired in full-length
pink tulle gowns over taffeta.
Best man was Bernard Shakt-
man, brother of the groom. Ushers
included Lt. (J.g.) Joseph Clein,
Michael Clein, Stephen Clein, Mur-
ray Dubbin and Martin Leiber.
Reception followed in the Ocean
lounge of the Roney Plaza.
Mrs. Shaktman attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and the Univer-
sity of Alabama. Her sorority is
Phi Sigma Sigma. Her husband at-
tended the University of Miami
and served in the U.S. Marine
Corps.
Following a honeymoon trip to
Nassau, the couple will reside in
Riviera Beach, Fla.
Out-of-town guests at the cere-
mony included Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Whiteman, Savannah, Ga.; Dr.
and Mrs. Lewis Berner, Gainesville,
Fla.; and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Huff, Leesburg, Fla.
*WS. BERNARD IUDWiG
Father Gives Louise
To Mr. Ludwig in
Candlelight Rites
Given in marriage by het father,
Louise Ruth Marks became Mrs.
Bernard Stanton Ludwig Sunday in
a 6 p.m., double ring candlelight
wedding. The marriage took place
at Temple Emanuel, Lakeland.
Fla.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sanford Marks, Lakeland,
and the bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ludwig, 1901
South Miami ave.
The former Miss Marks wore a
bridal gown of pure silk peau-de-
soie accented with hand clipped
chantilly lace.
Wearing turquoise chiffon, Su-
san Trohn was maid of honor for
her cousin. Mrs. Robert Smith,
sister of the bridegroom, Helen
Lachman, cousin of the bride-
groom, and Barbara Ginsburg were
bridal attendants.
Morton Palmer was best man
while Robert Smith, brother in
law of the bridegroom, Robert
Lachman, cousin of the bride-
groom, and Jack Solomon served
as the ushers.
The newlyweds will be at home
after Saturday in Columbia, S.C.
MKS. HAROID SAimOH
MMS. RICHARD BERGER
Double Ring Rites For Lorraine Albert
Sackheims Reveal
rllis* Betrothal
Phy
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Surprises in Store
At Book Review
Mrs. Donald Murray, coordinator
for the Greater Miami chapter of
Hadassah Tuesday book review se-
ries, Wednesday revealed that
many surprises are in store for
subscription ticket holders.
The next review will be held in
Temple Beth Sholom and take
The engagement of their daugh-
ter, Phyllis, is being announced by
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sackheim, 955
Marseille dr.. Miami Beach.
Her fiance is Robert J. Rubin-
stein, whose parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Max Rubinstein, 1829 SW 21st
st., Miami.
Miss Sackheim formerly attend-
ed Brooklyn College and is now a
student at the University of Miami.
She is a member of the Future
Teachers of Amerca. She is a mem-
ber of the faculty of Tomahawk
Nursery School.
Mr. Rubinstein received his AB
degree from the University of Mia-
mi and is past president of Tau
Epsilon Phi.
An interior designer, he spent
two years in the U.S. Navy.
place in the evening instead of the
afternoon.
"As Feb, 14 is Valentine Day, we
are asking women to invite their
husbands as their guest for this
review."
A surprise guest reviewer of
national reputation will be intro-
Iduced to Hadassah that evening,
she said.
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In a double rng ceremony on
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1040 SW 22nd ave.. became the
bride of Richard Jacob Berger, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Berger. 1717
SW 17th ct.
Rabbi Morris Skop, of Coral
Gables Jewish Center, officated.
They were married under a white
satin canopy against a background
of palms.
Best man was Jack Albert,
brother of the bride. Maid of honor
was Miss Norma Berger, sister of
the groom.
The bride was given in marriage
by her parents and wore a balleri-
na-length gown of white lace over
ivory satin. The gown had long
sleeves and a sweetheart neckline
with a long torso waist. Her veil
was of Queen Anne lace cap. edged
with tear drop pearls and a finger-
tip tulle veil. She carried a cascade
of three white orchids trimmed]
with delphniums and streamers.
After the ceremony, there was a
reception and dinner in the Star-
light] room of the hotel. Out-of-town
guests of the bride's family mclurt-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Lsadore Albert,
Ruth, Betty and Jerome Albert.
Mrs. Louis Albert and daughter,
Janet, Mrs. Alte Finklestein, Mrs.
Ed Giventer, Mrs. Morris Risin,
Mrs. Bernard Forster, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Doris and Mrs. Pauline Sklar.
Guests from out-of-town of the
groom and his family included Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Berger, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Berger and Louis Neu-
wirth.
The bride is employed by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. The groom is a member of,
the U.S. Natal Reserve.
After a wedding trip to Varadero
Beach in Havana, the newlyweds
will be at home at 711 SW 10th ave.
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Top Social Function at Upton Home
To Plan for Over-the-Top Action
been appointedIco-chwr,
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eW in behalf of the G ; ^ rf ^ which ,.
1 Jewh Appeal J*2Jwd1 with the Mia
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mi Beach women on
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women- orgamzauonal work Ham Feuer
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world are unique, -aid Mrs. The Me aam
mi. conducted b> a Heart ^ (.
Team." typifiW *1he Stn Mlltl,n smith. Benjamin
lion of Greater Ml Subin. George Talianoff, Carl
en n this humanitarian caus. v v Mai Weiti and M-nuner
exactly the same time today, at op E W M
And Miami-Gables Ladies Eye Their
Responsibilities at Bay Heights Meet
chel P Miller 4311 Granada Wvd.,
i ral Gables
Appointed to aid Mrs Feingold
m the direction of the important"
fund raisii pn gram will be Mrs
Meyi r A. Baskin, sen inj as c
mander ol the "Heart Team "
Second only in importance to the
Patron's Tea sponsored by the
Combined Jewish Appeal Women's
Division, the Sponsors' event i- ex-
pected t" attract several hundred
landing women leaders from
Miami and I oral Gablea areas
lest ol honor and principal
ker at the Sponsors' even! will
be S. Robert tbrahami, brilliant
young Israeli industrialist and one
ol his country's most forceful and
live personalities
A- ii ministrative director of the
Yuval Gad Pipe Manufacturing
Companj near Ashkalon, Abraha-
mi has shouldered tremendous re
over the past fe*.
not onlj as Indus-
' trial executive but as leader ol a
verj -mi-i --ml immigrant al
lion program which transformed a
: North
i -killed mechanics and t<
MRS. MOC FEINGOLD MS.
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mi i- chairman ol
S
be held Tuesdaj aften
14. at the home ol Mr- Mit-
Reservations Mount for Banquet
--at. i^oh (-onsregation Wed- The. affair in honoi
Beth Jacob Congregation Wed
dav counted some 250 reservations
I;;1 \ SJuet honoring its spiritual
1(..k.r, Habbi Tihor Stern.
;.,i Whitman, chairman of the
,,,,.,,,, committee, rcvealc. that
^nanj prominent persons In local
ernment, as well aa numerous
spiritual leader., will be among
at the function."________|tw
The affair in honor <*
Stern is scheduled Feb. u
Kmprera hotel. Sonntaj -
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dinner T
Whitman said that Dr. uj
noted author -piritual k
lecturai at Veshiva (7nbi
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orv Made With Election of Woman Leader in Baltimore
BALTIMORE Jewish history
was made here Sunday, when a
woman became president of Mary
land's oldest synagogue
Although three other American
congregations have had women
ol
Mr- Delsheimer is president
the National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods, the agency which rep-
resents over 100,000 women in
more than 500 women's auxiliaries
thiouKuoul the Western llemi-
KJ. HUGO DALSHtlMl*
presidents, the 126-year-old Balti- phcre. Mrs. Dalsheimers husband,
more Hebrew ComjrefWtion, which Hugo DalSheimer. a World W;ir
elected Mrs. Hugo Dalshcimcr to'major, is'head of the Lord Balti
its highest office, is by far the larg- j more Press, d publishing firm. Also
est temple ever to do so. Its mem- active in communal affairs, he is
berthip contains over 1,450 fam- president of Baltimore's Sinai Rot*
ilies. P'tal and serves on the governing
In an induction address. Dr.' todies of Goucher College and the
Maurice N. Eisendrath. president Hebrew Union College Jewish In-
of the Union of American Hebrew J s,ltulc of Religion.
Congregations, hailed Mrs. Dalsh-; ------------------
eimer's election as a "symbol of Couple Presents Center
the need for augmented tenderness ^ ^^ ^ ^
in a world which often glorifies
hardness and harshness '
Said Dr. Eisendrath, "The mis-
sion of Judaism, to enrich society
with added compassion and sensi-
tivity.will be greatly enhanced if
women will play a greater role in
KTnd card party at the the leadership of congregational
hote on Monday noon. Feb. life. I hope that Mrs. Dalsheimer'a
election will open a new chapter in
American religious life, bringing
into important posts women who
are qualified to administer congrc-
Hope Women
it Social-Card Party
L chapter. City of Hope, will
Me-
iJent of the organization is
ifa Si.mi Committee of i
fleets includes the
I'olly
. w, iss, P uline Belenoff,
, Qlickenhouee,
i Irene Cook.
In commemoration of Jewish
Arbor Day, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Raskin, 2374 SW 11th st., Sunday
presented to the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center 50 plants for ground
beaut ificat ion.
Raskin is a student of trees and
soils. He has taken a personal in-
terest in impressing the children
of the love for nature and the
proper care of trees and plants.
He and Mrs. Raskin were guests
p '1_i national affaurs as well as minister at the planting ceremonies on Sun-
to the needs of their families.'' I day.
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Waldman Wednesday celebrated their
27th weddinq anniversary at a dinner party given in their
Waldman Crown hotel. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wald-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Landsman, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Berke-
owitz, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Koppel, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Waldman,
Mr. and Mrs. May Levenson and Miss Bessie Landsman, of
Boston, and Miss Leila Waldman.
itef/i ladies
m oi Beth Emeth Congre-
h.....I are getting out
Ivnnte and cooking
in preparation for the
\\xiu\ dinner to be held
peb 9 << the Allapattah
tlu!>. 4M4:! MV 17tli ave.,
[to 7 p.m. Recorded music
the dinner mood.
Torah Group
ay afternoon, Feb. 13. re-
Int- will be served followed
krt meeting tor Torah group
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dr.
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War Veterans, North
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[Feb 5 at the North Shore
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Jninu sick veterans at the
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Mrs Isidore Karp and Mr.
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Services In Greater
Miami's Houses Of Wors]
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 and 8:30 pm Rab-
bi Jonah Caplan w.ll preach on
the topic: "In Search of Happi-
ness." Cantor Abraham Seif ren-
ders the musical portions of the
liturgy, assisted by the choir Sat-
urday morning services are at 8.JU.
Sermon will be based on the >\ eek-
lv Portion. Rabbi- class i- M o
p m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Fridaj evening services
iit 5:15 and 8:15 p m.. with Rabbi
Tibor Stern officiating an I
ing: "ConvertAssel or L
Saturday morning services at
830. Bible Clasa is at 4:30 p.m.
Mincha is at 8:30 p.m ed by
Shalos Seudos. D "'
at 7 and 8 a m. and 5:30 p.m.
TEMPLE ZION will
evening services at 5:30 and 8:30
p.m., with Rabbi Alfred Waxman
on the
Weekly Porti
l, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. I
oldDeutschinh K^iSS tag'the "choir. Saturday morning
Herbert, who becom. are at 8:30 Larry, son ol
vah during Saturday n *rv- h bink;iy. vlii
i,:- MitSVah
Mincha will be at 5 I g ,
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold TIFERETH I S R A E L NORTH-
Friday evenin, S.DE CENTER willhold Fnd
Saturday morning services at 8.30 RhbiAD
9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will dis- raham Herson will discuss: ra
the Weekly Portion Mincha__________________...---------------
is at 5 pm.. followed by Shi
Daily services will be at *|
7 3U am. and 5:30 p.m.. with Sun
RABBI J0HAH CAPLAN
. "In Search"
ices at 8:15 Rabbi Henry Okolica
will preach on the topk: Have
the Ten Commandment- Still
r Maurice Neu
he musical portion- ol the
iturgy. with Lucille Moore din
day morning services at 8 a.m.
* *
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
8:30. Rabbi Leon Hurwitz will
share the pulpit with Mr- David
t'atsman and Mrs. Mamie William-
CANDLMGHTING WM
Shevat 21 5:47 pjn.
YNAGOGUES
GREATER MIAMI
e.^'is^LCONGREOAT.ON-IOOOrra.r.-.v..
u-uit BotemM
BETH JACOB CONOReC.T.ON-,.;.-.,,--;-.
BE;H'^H concREo.t,oN-,, .:-.-.
' '' '^'ademV Ml at Orthodox.
TORAH TEMPI- '" JU
Orthodox. Rabbi H.
. 71th at Cemaarratlv*. Rabbt
Rabbi I>e-on Kronlah.
ve. Rabbi Irving
Ington av. Orthodox.
Orthodox. Rabbi Jo-
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander riroaa.
.11,1 ava. orthodox. Rabbi
dalsm. Rabbla Abraham
CORAL GABLES
.....a jewish CNT- Palermo ave. Uer.L Rabbi
i-r.r-S':.::'..~ c~ a*, a
. Rudolph BHU.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREOAT.ON-.r. NW M .. Orthodox. Rabbi
A0LL VWOOD and FT. LAUDEROAL.
ZAWORA JEWISH CENTER
H irwlta.
will preach on: TV
Ancient Prayer." i
Brummer render? the
tions of me iitu t
morning services UtjM
is based, on the WidaVl
DaHv serv,,,, wn,
chapel at 8 a.m. mi
TH TFILAH
TION will hold ft
services at 5:30. Saturfr.
services are at 8:30.
Rackovsky will offi,
preach on: "Can
Much Sanctity?" i
will discuss the We
Mincha is at 5 p.n^
Shalos Seudos. Daily |
at 7:30 a.m. and 5:j
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF MOLLVWOOD-lt MMroS ....
' "--1"1;' ^"hol^vwooo rotw .... Mm*
^^^.^lO^HOLLVWOOO ,
Hollywood.
Qtinaerva-
,-t ct i AimEROALE^is'il South Andrewa ave..
SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-Sll &Ut lh Cn'
K:
HIALEAHMIAM
NORTHEAST
Rabb( Joaapfa Narot. Rabbi
ml ave.
.-..-. ,i- vi.- litd t H.'orm. lt.ir.hl .Tn>r>ri ->aro.
TEMPLE ISRAEL **. R*^ ,_ ,,,..,
... unoTmiDE CENTER N""h Mlar
NORTHWEST
RFTH EVETH CONGREGATION -1HM WW 17th av.
?!ZoLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-.. K* IW pi.
Cbnaervatlva. Rabbi Lao Helm
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DAOE JEWISH CENTER-It) W< I I""l* hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Henry Okolica Cantor alaurloa Nau.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION-KUti at. and NE 11th ave.
, lervaliva, Rabbi laaac l.erer.
SOUTHWE8T
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION -U*t Coral a
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE -:'.'. SW ftl d Vw C..ili.ervatlve. Rabbi
v.i.ii.. v i:..-. Hi., ik Cantor wiuiam W. Upaoa
BETH EL CONGREGATION r.00 SW Kill ave. OTtbOdOB. Rabbi
r\iitiu T Si-k. I'.mtor IuIh Gartenhaui*.
ISRAELITE CENTER-319* SW :th ter. C.iiservallve. Rabbi Morton
MaJavaky 'ani MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONOREGATION-llfll W 12th ava.
Orthod \ Rabbi Simon April Cantor Hi-rrle Krlnnrr.
W E a T MIAMI
TEMPLE ZION "-' SW ITih -I i\>n. i \ iti v Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Or. Cunningham to,
Dr. Jacob Cunninghiaj
director of IheNationilfl
of Christians and Jews,)
on "Brotherhood (or I
a regular meeting of
Miami chapter of
en's ORT in the
Tuesday evening, Feb. i. |
[ningham will stress tat]
that can result from
among people
EXPERIENCED
Widowr, nic t-n? TfW.j
ralerencps, now in M*i i
tian far th Hiqh Hil,dm.(
Follmon, Hotel Cloy, Jft-H
*^r-
in a discussion of: "What We Have r)CCalogue in the Atomic Age."
Learned at the White House Con- young People's League will par-
ference on Education." Mr. and ticipate in the service, including
Mr.-. Harry Ross will be hosts ;it Harvey Wein, N'orma Oppenheim.
the Oney Shabbat following, in Barbara Wasserman, Rose Berman.
honor of their daughter. Susan. Barry Kutun, Marshall Glantz, Jer-I
who becomes Bas Mitzvah during rv Hochfelsen and Michael Mel-
Saturday morning services at 8:30 nick Gneg Shabbat follows Sat- Youth." Name-giving ceremony I will be at 9. with Rabbi H. Louis
Rev. Rudolph Brill renders the mu- urday morning services are at 9 will be in honor of the daughter Rottman officiating and discussing:
1 portion- ol the liturgy. Sermon will be: Human Behavior of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Finkclstein. |"Two Million Witnesses." Irving
m the Presence of the Divine." Oneg Shabbat will sponsored by iKirryl. son of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will Cantor Albert Glantz renders the. Mr. and Mr- Joseph Waldman and, Wolfe, will become Bar Mitzvah.
"To see is fo
Visit our showroo
display at 2253 S.W.J
* and see the iii
memorial style andj
built and installed bj\
i craftsmen.
hold Friday evening services al musical portions of the liturgy,
.rated to youth. Rabbi Jo- Host- at Kiddu-h will be Mr. and
seph K Narot will officiate and Mrs. Harry' Solomon.
Seventeen." Sermon wil
with the problem- of youm NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN.
people and their efforts to adjust TER will hold late Friday evening
to the world.
Mr. and lira. Finkel-tein. Saturday Class in Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Min
morning service- are at 10. Cantor ,cha will be at 5:30 p.m., followed
Yehudah Heilbraun render- the by Shalos Seudos. Daily services
musical portions- of the liturgy. 'are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
THURMOK
MONUMENT
ft* 2-$ory WM"
1253 S.W. Ilk St.
MURKEIS Mill
plv* CfUMtrrfaaW]
Open S.a*m
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
services at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Ab INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve GATION will hold Friday evening
ramowiU will preach on the topic: ning services :it 5:45. followed by services at 8:15. with Rabbi Isaac
Israelite center will hold \ Glorious Heritage Voice of Kabbalal Sabbath Saturday mom- Lerer officiating. Guest speaker
Friday evening services at 515 and the Ten Commandments." Cantor ing services will be al D Rabbi I-- will be Prof. Berthold C. Friedl.
8:15 p.m. At the late service, Rah- Edward Klein renders the musical aac Ever will discuss: "The Divine ol the University of Miami, who
bi Morton Malavsky will preach on portions of the liturgy, assisted bj Personalitj of the Scriptures." "ill discuss: "Maimonides" Mes-
opic: "Happiness." Mr. and the choir under the direction of Kiddush follows, with Morris Siniti sage for the People Living in the
Mrs. Joseph Fogei will be hosts Eli Samuel- Saturday morning as host Class In Talmud will i>c Atomic Age." Saturday morning
at the Oneg Shabbat following, in services are at 8 45. Jay, -on ol :it 4 pm. Mincha 1- at 5 15 pm. services are at 9. Junior services
honor ol their son, Allan, who be- Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sosna, and followed bj Shalos Seudos Dailj will be at 10 a.m., under the su-
comes Bar Mitzvah during Satur- Harvey, son of Mr and Mrs. Abra- services are at 8 am. and 9:45 pervisfon of Mrs h Spivack. of
daj morning services at 8:30. Can- ham Schorr, will become Bar MHz P rn with Sunday morning sen the Montkdlo faculty.
tor Samuel Salkow render- the mu- vah. Sermon will be based OH the Ices at a
sical portions of the liturgy. Ser Weekly Portion
mon will be based on the Weeklj
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will CONGREGATION will hold Friday
Elss.tVsJS P "fTH EL CONGREGATION uill hold Friday evening services .1 Menu,, services at 5:30. Late
Jowed by Shalos Seudos. hold Friday
5:30.
evening services at r 15. with Rabbi Leon Kronish of- service! are at 8:15. when Rabbi
Saturday morning services Hciatin
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iVeinlo'e Um
The Dedi '
to ii I
SARAH VUDUSN;
1755 ClH Dll
Miami Btafli
..
SCNDAY riWlASjl
at Ml NiiwttJ
ii.
Rabri Man ShaibJi
gurvivon laehafc**!
Dr. Barn.-v \V
Dr \\ Sunleyjfl
Dr. Milto. L Wa
brothcri Sol I '"
Irarl Yudebon. mm
Mr<. Brniamin
NORTH Dane ifwkh rPM 'ZZilTel oi7 ^Aw~ '""' pre.,, hmu on: "The Ane Becker. sP,tual leader of
EV".Hho?dA?riday^Sg S\ US. ^pr^Ih 'on'S sT ^^ ?** ^ S'""" V" **"} '-reg.tion. will
' m'i proacn on t .. Saturday morning services are at diacuss: "Religion in a Changing
aHHBHmHBHiiiiiiiB ^^JX?!**.**.!.*** l0: Stephen Fore-, Mr World.' Saturday morning serv-
April
ion.!
the
rgy
Dailj services are at 7:30 a.m. and
BETH DAVin<;vN&rnr..C ,, C0RAL GABLES JEWISH CEN- 5:30 pin.
IwUJ TIR will hold Frida\ evening serv-
FLAGLER GRANAOA JEWISH
hold
530
Rab-
ig Saturday
Mrs. 1, Sobol will he hoaU .1 Zrn '*"" ^"^ ^""^ ***" are aX Mark
Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning Spiel
services are at 9. David Duban and
Robed Kossman will become Bar
afitavah. ;,- 7- '-"- candle .,11 ,,. Bar Mitzvah. Mincha
blOMlng .luring ft^, (A(.mn, ,s p ^ ^^ ^ ^^
. Seudos Shevah Brochuth will be
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA '" hnr "f Rabbi *nd Un Heim-
lfwr ^'n'tfd s>,nRgue Youi'bJ'ON will hold Friday evemnJ Tanaaw -'.a.*"
Rabb, David Shapiros topic will services at 5 45 On.! L iu TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
be: "Religion la ,he Life'of Ou at 8 S S turdav m 'S *"*'* nin* """ 5 *nd
8.30. Saturday morning service, 8:30 p.m. Rabbi rrvtng Lehrmsn
Atlanti: 1
three
drrn Fnrndi
keJ to b r'^nt
Block Hm
to
the M .
LOUIS
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1645
Si Kl 11
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and burg directing the choir. Saturday morning services are .
at morning services are ... u 45 i.am Emanuel, son of Mr and Mrs. Ber-
^d Mr ciT ^'",:," M"/V;,h "'r'1 t***- and Barry.
Sperber will toV0k. the candle wiU ,rt,,,mo Haf Ml,TV,h
i:
at 1! .- f J""'

Wool
Mr BI
wife. Anna;
Dave Burnett:
dock
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p0
,f Wa.lnnKWn
imm
fB0
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30. dedicated to the junior and
KABBI MfNRV OKOLICA
. "Ten Commandments'
Irvine
both
ol **-
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will be
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February 3. 1958_
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M. UO iUNC___________
fell Eyes
imission Post
ni automobile dealer Stacy I.
Wedne.-day announced his
icy for county commissioner
District 4.
ting lived in Miami since
nd watched with deep inter-
large population growth
relopment here. I am deeply
ned with the shortsighted
US .mil lack of imagination
locally," Rowell said in
ng he has filed to enter the
Irian i.
fll declared he is "concern-
the management policy of
>pital anil welfare depart-
I" addirti thai he i- against
P-il..... meetings, as a result
ch th'.- besl interest* of all
[iDie an not served."
5.C., 42 yean
I moved to Branford,
In the Suw.mee river when
lbs old. He attended
prpc L'nivi rsitj and moved
1 county in 1935, Rowell js
ier of the American Legion
Vi ti rans i : Foreign Wars.
president and owner of
lowell Motor-. Inc.. and is
.i> serving bis fourth term
derit of the Miami Used
pbile Dealers \--oeiation.
served two terms as prcsi-
the Florida Independent
bile Dealers Association
I eted in October, 1955,
|nt of the National Inde-
|t Automobile Dealers Asso-
\\\ if pavt president of the
iVista Exchange club, mem-
the Redlands District Lions
B<1 the Silver Palm Metho-
?urch.
lides at Quail Roost dr.. 12
from Homestead, with his
he former Virginia Wagner,
pr three children. Paula, 14,
6. and Robert, 10 month-.
Dr. Leo Young Will
Install Rabbi Stern
Dr. Leo Jung^ spiritual leader of
the Jewish Tenter of New York
will be guest speaker at the inntanV
lation banquet of Rabbi Tibor IT.
Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Ja-
cob Congregation, on Sunday, Feb.
19, at the Empress hotel.
Dr. Jung is an internationally ac-
claimed writer and lecturer and
has assumed leading roles in the
work of the Joint Distribution
Committee and United Jewish Ap-
peal.
David Whitman is chairman of
the banquet committee. Master of
ceremonies will be Malvin Eng-
ender, Miabi Beach attorney.
blackstone
florist
avail from 13th street ... to
414 16th STRUT
I iff, Washington)
Speakers Due
'iddisher Forum
Yirifli.ii, Forum will hear
pkers in a lecture Saturday
at Kneseth Israel fnngre-
1 Korn, poet and novelist.
ruch Shefner, columnist for
pi Bail) Forward, will di
panmscence! Warsaw and
recently published by Dr
er Mukrioni.
Jukdoni. a noted eritic of
P.and theater, has been
If ami Beach his home for
| few >,
Ptojer Forum is a week
bL, 'Greater Miam
pninuttee.
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1454 LENOX AVENUE
Off Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-3423
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GLOBAL SHORTS
FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
TUWtS (JTA)-The forthcoming national elect ion* ordewj* the
Bey of Tunis pose a serious problem for the Jews of Turns,.&"*
u thev fear to antagonize the candidates of competing part.es. The
Ne Sto"*3E party has reiterated its grift, tha Tun,
Um are to be treated as fullv equal Tunisian citizens-and it trans
hem s s u^For fieir part. Jews here wish to retain ,h,,r e hue a
cultural identity, and do not wish to become lost In t h Moslem.com
Unity. Thev talk not of the fact that Tunisia does not cownder
Zionism to be "subversive" BS do other Arab states and no taterfen DC
with immigration to Israel has been noted.
Casablanca" ,JT.\">-Th"e" Moroccan Ministry of Public Instruc-
tion assumed responsibility for Jewish religious education 111.a state-
ment defining its area of jurisdiction. It announced that WmudM
education will come under the aegis of the M.n.stry Ufa** *"
,n with Chief Kabbi Sau. Dahan who will designate ^ "',
to direct this area of public education. Talmudic education will be ad-
ministered by the Ministry's SectionJor^PnvateJeach.ng.
RABAT, MoroTco_(JTA^-7hrM7rrocan Government M"ld
the inspectorate oi Jewish instituUons." an office created h> U* old
French admini>tra,H.n in this country to deal with matters affec t ng
Moroccan Jews Its director was Maurice BotboL In recent monUM a
JS"ofIMomen Jewish nationalists had attacked .he --inspector-
r a' a sen-ant of the French administration Moroccjn ^jmnen
circles here noted tha. the dissolution should be r^"^^
implementation of the new government, policy of non-d.fler, n.iation
between Jews and Moslems here.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
GENEVA (JTA) Plans are under way to shift to Britain a con-
ference of West European Jews to rally support for Israels cause which
was scheduled to be held in Switzerland m the first week of February.
it was learned here. The site of the conference will be Brighton but
the time has not vet been fixed. The reason for the shift is the Swiss
Governments position that the conference will hear political speeches
criticizing foreign states, which the Swiss Government feels would vio-
late its traditional neutrality. The sponsors of the parley, lor their
part, cannot accept the condition that speakers retrain from criticizing
loreign states.
MOSCOW i\VNS>-A Jewish prayer book, the first to appear in the
Soviet Union since the revolution, will be published here next month
with funds rai.-ed by voluntary subscriptions of Jews in the Union. The
prayer book, with explanatory references in Russian, will contain pray-
ers for dailv and Sabbath services, and abridged prayers for Passover,
Yom Kippur and other high holy days. The Hebrew prayer book will
be printed in several thousand copies for distribution throughout the
country.
- onH neeotiation which necessitated the
,owed Prolonged f^/g^RS** David Ben Gurion. and
participation, at one .
Minister of Finance Lev. Lshkol.__________________
"DusT President Itzhak Ben-Zvi received a head
JERUSALEM (UNS es'den^ ^ ^ platform .t
injury when he fell as he supPi maintenance work.
ers The president was (ama !-<
turn was described as good.
LONDON (JTA Some ten to twelve and a half percent of all Jew-
marrying In Britain take non-Jewish mates. Dr. I. W. Slotki, a demo-
graphic scholar, asserted here in an article in the Manchester Guardian.
He based his figures n applications lor marriage licenses, discussions
with rabbinical authorities and social workers. This figure does no!
include marriages solemnized in civil service- and in Liberal and He-
form synagogue-, he stressed. Dr. Slotki quote- one well informed social
worker as estimating that there is hardly a Jewish family in Britain in
winch a near or distant relative has not married out of the Jewish faith.
VIENNA (JTA)Measures providing lor the liquidation of all laws
restricting the civil rights of former Nazis were adopted by the main
committee of the Austrian Parliament. According to the proposed bill,
which is identical to a measure vetoed by the Allied Control Council
When it was passed in 1954. all civil service employees who had lost
their jobs through such disability from 1933 to 1945. will receive full
pensions. The committee also approved a bill which would permit for-
mer Nazis who fled to other countries to regain their Austrian citizen-
ship.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
OTTAWA (JTA)The Canadian Government has placed a han on
all arms shipments to the Middle East pending decision by Parliament
on the matter. Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent announced. A Com-
mons debate on Middle East policy was to be opened here with a state-
ment by Lester B. Pearson, Minister for External Affairs. Before the
Prime Minister's announcement, it became known that Israel had re
ceived an export permit for some S30.000 worth of 25-pounder ammuni-
tionabout 1.700 rounds. Last week, the Canadian Government con-
firmed a report that it had shipped 15 Harvard trainer piano to 1
hree New York residents taking time out for dinner at
Pumperniks restaurant. 67,h and Collins ave. Loft to right axo
Mr. and Mrs. Kerm.t Schafer and Mrs. Bert Joseph. Mr-Schafax
1S a television producer in New York, while Mrs. Joseph is
with the Williams Advertising Agency theg._______________
Board of Lio
Accredited
Recognition of the
License for th. Hebrewl
Greater Miami has bee*
by the National Bowl on
according to .mnouncemegl
Goldman, chairman of
board.
The recognition ao
local board goes into effecH
diately and thus lines up nJ
board with a growing fjnjj
gional boards of license juj
cation for Hebrew teaeheS
The Miami hoard will b,,
to one representative on b
tional board for a term years. A uniform systeal
inations for certificatklj
up for both the national I
local boards.
Local Board of License U
Goldman, chairman, s*i
Greenberg, Saul RabiiJ
Broad, Dr Isaac Interm
Simon April. Dr. Joseph
Louis Gadon and Herbert]
with Louis SchwarUman, Bl
Jewish education executi*]
tor, as consultant.
WASHINGTON (JTA)The State Department indicated here that
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles has abandoned previous tentative
plans to stop in the Arab-Israel area on his way to the SEATO confer
ence in Karachi, Pakistan. Mr. Dulles, who will leave Washington
March 2, has decided to fly over the Arab-Israel trouble zone without
.stopping. He will return to the United States via the Far East. Official
sources said that the State Department has no present plans to a-k
Edward B. Lawson, U.S. Ambassador to Israel, to come to Washington
for consultations.
SANTIAGO, Chile (JTA)The two Jewish members of the Chilean
Parliament, Senator Angel Faivovich and Congressman Jacobo Schaul-
soon, were voted this week "the best parliamentarians of the year" DJ
reporters covering the legislature.
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)Leaders of the Argentine Jewish Cultural
Institute were received here in an audience by Provisional President
Pedro Aramburu. The delegation consisted of seven members, headed
by Simon Mirelman and Dr. Mario Schteingart. During the interview,
which he described as most cordial, the delegation asked that the
Argentine Government ratify the UN Genocide Convention, maintain a
constitutional clause condemning discrimination and make provision
in the penal code for such violations. They also urged the maintenance
of lay teachers in the Argentinian schools.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
TEL AVIV (JTA)Increases of five percent in basic wages should
be granted to Israeli workers, it was decided here last weekend by the
executive of Histadrut, the Israel labor federation. The decision fol-

...because
'PEOPLE WITH MONEY"
SAVE AT CHASE
Not that I am the follow-the-
leader type, but doesn't it
make good sense to save my
money where "people with
money" save theirs?
There must be a reason why
the average savings account at
Chase Federal is so much higher
than in any other Federal Savings
more than $1,000 higher
than the average for all such
institutions in Dade County.
Ci WMi large and
imali aawisfi accomtfa. Small
regularly repeated, add
up surprisingly fa$l
NOW...
* OFfICES IN
DADS
COUNTY
MOO Lincoln Rd.
7474 Collins Avt.
425 41st St.
Miami Bssch

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Page 8 A Zionism and Youth ToAry •What iZi-niM.i Doing for Our Youth roday" l ">< %  bjct of the regular meet inn of the toral Cables Zionist District on Thursday. Feb. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Jerome Schulman. city director of the Zionist Youth Commission. will present a group of teenager* n songs and danees. A film. "Does your Teenage! Belong." is also scheduled. Friday. Fel 1039 Harder rd a. „*, airs. Sam Meyer, „ the affair. Dessert Luncheon Tuesday Bnai B'nth Women of Coral Gables will hold a aessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. Jack Fishman. OCR YIDDISHEI HIS tuclld A,,,?,* T ^ SATURDAY. FEBHUAlw' Honoring Dr A, Mul •* SpMktrt %  ACHtl Ron Foet a-, i Nov, tlRARUCH SHEEN* Journalist and n.i^ of the Da.ly F^g D*r Ttddlahei .,,„ b CJl.-lltlT Ml.., | ^R|H In existence two years. Debs B'nai B'rith Girls receive their ofiicial charter from the national office of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization at a recent installation ceremony. Left to right are Mrs. Joseph Bermann, organizer and adviser to the cha pter; Joan Siegel, Florida region BBG president; Frances Lazarus, president of Debs; Ed Auerbach. assistant Greater Miami B nai B nth Youth director; Bobbie Bermann, chapter vice president; and Al Capp. president of Greater Miami BBYO Council. The Opera Guild of Greater MH irtiuli .! \\ I'l I IK I in '' I, A no H E M f; • • DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM-Taetsoy, Feb. 21st MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM-Thersdey, Feb. 23H DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM-Seterday, Feb. 2Stb TICKETS FROM 2.40 to • : Orchestra A Dreee Circle—4.00 • Balcony-J^ Secure Tickets t Burdine'i. 3rd Floor, or at Both A u o,tof,ii Zionist Youth Eye Expanding Activity Feb. 6. at the United Cerebral Palsy Clinic. 1608 S\V 1-t -t. Homen's Unit to Meet Miami Women'I'nit ol United I M.ami Zionist Youth Commis-" "to. Israel" will be the announceJ^ "J^^Tfil sion this week announced addition ment of the selection of an InterI to its currently expanding proCity Young Judaean Junior Coungram. |cil At the home of Mrs. Naomi LeaRaffel said the council will conowoder.8901 Irving ave.. a monthly s j st 0 f two representatives of each Israeli Representative bpeakS meeting of Young Judaea leaders Young Judaea group, "so that new: Weekly Hi-tradut luncheon will I last week featured city director 'ideas can be brought forth in try^ held Monday. Feb. 6. at the Jerome Schulman. ling to carry out our four-old pro Raiejgfa hotel. Gueat speaker will According to Marcie Raffel. J gram of democratic croup respon; nc Mo-he Bar-Tal. permanent rep i group worker for Young Judaea, a sibility. furthering the democracies resentative of Histradut in the monthly newspaper will be pub ,„ America and throughout the i/„jted States and Canada, who will j lished starting in March, to serve; world, advancing the ideals and ana | vze the present situation in as an additional means of keeping traditions of Judaism and learning Israel groups informed. Among features ahout i sracl and working actively of the newspaper, to be named f or it." %  • • %  %  ~ Attending the monthlv leaders TraiRlflCj bCtlOOl Beth David Pupils ESLUTiK!. SfftSS To Hold Banquet MrfrLV Arhnr Dm/ ff ******** SoUoway, Judy Wayne, Miami Beach Jewish Home and mI II HI UVI l/uy Marcie Raffel. Sandra Barron, Nora Training School for Retarded Call Children of Beth David religious Cordon, Dena Serotta. Emily Gru-' ( j rrn W1 || no id j, s second annual school joined in the worldwide ot> enwald, Elaine Schwartzman, Toby banquet Sunday evening, Feb. 12. servance of Jewish Arbor Day on,Cordozo and Mrs. Jane Sehulman. a t the Victor hotel. Sunday. | Officers of the organization inCharles Cropper, chairman of ^ amp Cherrvloq Holds <"lude Mrs. Harrv Koretzky, pre-i the Beth David school board, re-. dent; Mrs. Sadie Freigel. fir-t vice vealed that special ceremonies Keumon in Miami presdent: Max Paul, second vice took place on Sunday when some Camp Cherrylog. summer camp president; Mrs Eve Linet, secrets600 children convened in a treefor boys at Cherrylog, C.a., held its ry; Mrs. Ella Wallman treasurer planting ceremony. .annual winter reunion at the homej others are Mrs Rose Goldner Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, 'of the Bernard Margers, 2510 SW f.nancial s e c r e t a r v and Ben spiritual leader, addressed the 4th st., ast Sunday. Schwartz. Hyman Lake and Jerome groupI Among campers present were Linet. trustees I-adore Dickman. educational diLawrence and Barry Katzen, Sandy rector, also appeared on the pro-; Strull and Danny Hutner. Miami c i u lu u e gram. j Beach; Dale and Stanley Solomon i,monno •" Speak Color Guard of the Boy Scouts of and Robert Weech. Hialeah; David : Harry Simonhoff. author, lee America, Troop 89. under the di < f nd Jerrv L'nion. Bruce and Lloyd I turer. civic worker and columnist rection of Edward Rothbart and Lindauer. Jackie Wasserstrom and 1 -iii ^ „,._, mtkm u„ c „„ Charles Z. Spingarn, of Beth David .Kenny L.roff. North M.ami; Jeff H? U *" est speaker Sun(,i, V •" Wens club, led the procession. ; a nd Don Marger. Herbert Ruben.! m ng at ,he s P ,noza Outdoor ForPTA under the chairmanship of i ste,n Wayne Ballard and Billie um ,llh st. and Ocean ct. SimonMrs. Isidor Bakst, assisted in mak-, Mallants. Miami; Robert Boyte and hoff will speak on "Jewish Contri ing possible the planting of ficus • C on,e Jackson. Orlando. | buti o n s to th* Amencan Revolu trees on Beth David grounds and Rollan Koss. one ot the counsel: tion the distribution of gift bags. amities i. 2. HOTEl Ocean 1741 COLLINS MIAMI BEACH REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD DIM AT THt MARSEILLES HOTEL STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM Betoose wc ere approved fcy hat* Veed Hefceehruth-lefcei E. Rackovtky and Dr. Eafcei ThW M. Stem, Dirrcton. Becaute we Htr a 10- ** 010 MEXKO PATH) lOUR6f BAR COCKTAIL HOUR 4 to 7 .M NED BARTHLOW — QuIUrtot / Miamil The InlmltoW* KATZ ROOM &f m ? • IAN. M :.v I SUPERB DINING PLUS SMORGASBORD rSU sy Myt,t b v ioiratotaTU P.H Cearee •"3.95.e s \l M o i, y /// t 10H Kll M4l rr



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Jebiuaiy 3^1956. *Je**s£JkrMk>r) Page 11 A I held in Miami 13 to 19. Beach from Feb. 250 community leaders Tuesday wished Mr. and Mrs. Gettinger farewell prior to their departure lor Albany, where Mr. Gettinger will head the Albany Jewish WelFund. The Gettingers are shown displaying part of a silver fce set they received—one of many gifts presented to the [e in recognition of Mr. Gettinger s seven years of service Srecter Miami. Jewish Federation. Most recently, he octhe post of Federation assistant executive director. rce W5H Sing In 'La Boheme* return* to the spotlight Since her arrival in the United nth when the Miami Opera | States. Miss Gueden has won sue La Bocess in radio and television as well as in the Met. Seminary Conference Here Will Highlight Statesmanship | The midwinter annual meeting ing session, at which Dr. Charlton cussion, and Morns Speizman, of i of the national planning committee' W. Tebeau. of the South Florida Charlotte. N.C.. will serve as I of the Jewish Theological Semi. Historical Society, will preside. Dr. chairman of the lay representa! nary of America, the Rabbinical' Mumfords paper will deal with lives to the conference. Assembly of America and the Unit the "Sources for Regional History 0 n Feb. 16, "Spiritual Statesiue of Africa, will be|in the South." Christopher Crilmanshlp in ahe Communities" Will tenden, director, North Carolina be the subject of a meeting at Department of State Archives and I which Dr. I-ouis Finkelstein. chan History, and Rembert W. Patrick, ce ]| 0 r of the Seminary, will preProfessor of History, University of M ,| ( Principal speaker will be Florida, will discuss Dr. Mumford's Florida Sen. George Smathers. papcr At this meeting. Samuel FriedDr. H Franklin Williams, vice land Food Fair executive, will be president. University of Miami, host to he sem inar. and the deleThe first of these meetings. Wl11 ch air the luncheon session, at g ates will hear a progress report "Spiritual Statesmanship in the Nawnich delegates will be guests of ,„,„, Daniel G. Ross, New York, tion." will be a fulhday conference ,):,vld Levinson. of New York and I national chairman of the Spiritual on Feb. 15 devoted to "The Writ-' M iami Beach, who is chairman of statesmanship program. The MB. mg of Southern Regional History [ tne local arrangements committee.' s j on will conclude with a di with Emphasis on Religious and Moshe Davis, Provost of the Jewish sloni -xhe Examination of a Moral Cultural Groups." This conference Ideological Seminary of America, Dilemma: The Use of Mass Leisure is sponsored jointly by the Univer-i w iM Present a progress report on Time." in which a businessman, a sity of Miami, the Historical Asso,nc South Florida History of the ciation of Southern Florida and the Seminary's American Jewish His American Jewish History Center of | t orv Center. Focal sessions of the conference will be three, scheduled for Feb. 15, 18 and 17, which will deal with "Spiritual Statesmanship: In the Nation, in the Communities and in the Life of the Individual." The Jewish Theological Seminary of America. doctor and an educator and religious leader will participate. "Spiritual Statesmanship in the Life of the Individual" will be the subject discussed on Feb. 17, when Kabbi Bernard Mandelbaum, dean :. internationally li pi rs IPecrci aoti d tenor, will ihTo and Hilda Vieni %  soprano, will apl Mimi. loper.i presented I b 21. and Saturday, in th Da le county audiA performance at Miami .uditorium is scheduled for V. Feb. 23. rand opera stars }l lly i i s. u th Florida to apth,' popular opera are na bass; Arthur NewIriti Ile; Entile Renan. bass; Torigi, baritone. Joyce Alof Cincinnati and Mami, role ot Miisctta. |g the rote of Musetta. heme" production will be Mrance of the Apollo Boys' Inatinnallv known concert [hich n IM has headquarters i; ich p." a nal \cu Yorker, enframed in the United States Pfr:.' has proved tenor need not call Italy order to sing grand opera In. Gueden is a leading artist Metropolitan Opera, as [with Vienna's famed State i Man's g rca t La Seals and' pirg festival. In the afternoon, papers will be read by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Principal speaker will be L.! Temple Emanu-El. Miami Beach, Quincy Mumford, Librarian of ConJ and Samuel Proctor, Professor of c f students at the Seminary, will gress, who will address the mornj History. University of Florida. DLs. preside. Emphasis will be on the cussants will be Katherine Abbey importance of study in the life of Hanna. past president of the South ... ern Historical Society and of the y Historical Association of Southern 0n thc evemng of February 17 „. .. and on Feb. 18. Seminary Sahhath Florida, and noted author, and Walter B. Posey, Professor of His tory, Emory University and. Agnes Scott College. Thomas Clark, Professor of History, University of Hebrew Teachers Meeting Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Congregation, will discuss "The Difference Between the 'Melamed' and the Hebrew TeachI er" at a meeting of the Hebrew %  Teachers Association of Miami Saturday evening, | at Beth David Synagogue. Greater Feb. 4, will be observed in the Con tive synagogues of Miami and Miami Beach, and the conference will close on Feb. 19 with the annual meeting of the national planning 'Kentucky, will summarize the 'i committee. 1919-1956 Salute.... to Joseph Jacobs The National Representative, on 37 Years of Successful Service to Our Publication, to the National Advertiser and to the Jewish Community The Joseph Jacobs organization, now located in new and larger quarters at 342 Madison Ave., New York, has been serving over 5,000,000 Jewish people for 37 years. American manufacturers and advertising agencies have been the recipients of their good advice. This 70 person organization has been performing a highly specialized service of planning, writing and preparing copy for our specialized field. JOSEPH JACOBS %  V PfMCI fo Serve You is ?/eo$tfre |A J> Vischi W ^tate in All i,s Brandies r 484 M. 7th AVfNttt We Salute Joseph Jacobs and His Group and Wish Them the Best in the Coming Years ThcJg Z]kl^^ %  P '-.. m it WISH UNITY %  H t : / ;HH WUKLY



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*Jeis Page 10 B Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Wors] KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 and 8:30 pm Rabbi Jonah Caplan w.ll preach on the topic: "In Search of Happiness." Cantor Abraham Seif renders the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the choir Saturday morning services are at 8.JU. Sermon will be based on the >\ eeklv Portion. Rabbiclass iM o p m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj evening services iit 5:15 and 8:15 p m.. with Rabbi Tibor Stern officiating an I ing: "Convert—Assel or L Saturday morning services at 830. Bible Clasa is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha is at 8:30 p.m ed by Shalos Seudos. D •"'• at 7 and 8 a m. and 5:30 p.m. TEMPLE ZION will evening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Alfred Waxman on the Weekly Porti l, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. I oldDeutschinh K^iSS tag' the "choir. Saturday morning Herbert, who becom. are at 8:30 Larry, son ol vah during Saturday n *rvh bink;iy vl ii i,:MitSVah Mincha will be at 5 I g HEBREW ACADEMY will hold TIFERETH I S R A E L NORTHFriday evenin, S.DE CENTER willhold Fnd Saturday morning %  services at 8.30 RhbiAD 9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will disraham Herson will discuss: ra the Weekly Portion Mincha _... — is at 5 pm.. followed by Shi Daily services will be at *| 7 3U am. and 5:30 p.m.. with Sun RABBI J0HAH CAPLAN "In Search" ices at 8:15 Rabbi Henry Okolica will preach on the topk: Have the Ten CommandmentStill r Maurice Neu he musical portionol the iturgy. with Lucille Moore din day morning services at 8 a.m. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi Leon Hurwitz will share the pulpit with MrDavid t'atsman and Mrs. Mamie WilliamCANDLMGHTING WM Shevat 21 — 5:47 pjn. YNAGOGUES GREATER MIAMI e.^'is^LCONGREOAT.ON-IOOOrra.r.-.v.. u-uit BotemM BETH JACOB CONOReC.T.ON-,.;.-.,,--;-. BE ; H '^H CONC RE O.T,O N -,, .:-.-. '' '^'ADEMV Ml at Orthodox. TORAH TEMPI'•" JU Orthodox. Rabbi H. 71th at Cemaarratlv*. Rabbt Rabbi I>e-on Kronlah. ve. Rabbi Irving Ington av. Orthodox. Orthodox. Rabbi JoOrthodox. Rabbi Alexander riroaa. .11,1 ava. orthodox. Rabbi dalsm. Rabbla Abraham CORAL GABLES .....a JEWISH CNT- Palermo ave. Uer.L Rabbi i-r.r-S':.::'..~ c—~ a*, a Rudolph BHU. DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREOAT.ON-.r. NW M .. Orthodox. Rabbi A „ 0 L L VWOOD and FT. LAUDEROAL. ZAWO RA JEWISH CENTER H irwlta. will preach on: TV Ancient Prayer." i Brummer render? the tions of me i itu T morning services UtjM is based, on the WidaVl DaHv serv,,,, wn chapel at 8 a.m. mi TH TFILAH TION will hold ft services at 5:30. Saturfr. services are at 8:30. Rackovsky will offi, preach on: "Can Much Sanctity?" i will discuss the We Mincha is at 5 p.n^ Shalos Seudos. Daily | at 7:30 a.m. and 5 : j TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF MOLLVWOOD-lt MMroS .... "-1 1 ;' ^"HOL^VWOOO • % %  rotw .... Mm* ^^^.^lO^HOLLVWOOO Hollywood. Qtinaerva,-T CT i AimEROALE^is'il South Andrewa ave.. SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-Sll &Ut lh •• C n K: HIALEAHMIAM NORTHEAST Rabb( Joaapfa Narot. Rabbi ml ave. .-..-. ,ivi.litd t H.'orm. lt.ir.hl .Tn>r>ri ->aro. TEMPLE ISRAEL **. R*^ ,_„ „,„,,.„.„, ... %  unoTmiDE CENTER N "" h Mlar NORTHWEST RFTH EVETH CONGREGATION -1HM WW 17th av. ?!ZoLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-.. K* IW pi. Cbnaervatlva. Rabbi Lao Helm NORTH MIAMI NORTH DAOE JEWISH CENTER-It) W< I I""l* hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okolica Cantor alaurloa Nau. NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION-KUti at. and NE 11th ave. lervaliva, Rabbi laaac l.erer. SOUTHWE8T ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION -U*t Coral a BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE -:'.'. SW ftl d Vw C..ili.ervatlve. Rabbi v.i.ii.. v i:..-. Hi., IK Cantor wiuiam W. Upaoa BETH EL CONGREGATION — r.00 SW Kill ave. OTtbOdOB. Rabbi %  r\iitiu T Si-k. I'.mtor IUIH Gartenhaui*. ISRAELITE CENTER-319* SW :th ter. C.iiservallve. Rabbi Morton MaJavaky 'anin. i \ iti v Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Or. Cunningham to, Dr. Jacob Cunninghiaj director of IheNationilfl of Christians and Jews,) on "Brotherhood (or I a regular meeting of Miami chapter of en's ORT in the Tuesday evening, Feb. i. | [ningham will stress tat] that can result from among people EXPERIENCED Widowr, nic t-n? TfW.j ralerencps, now in M*i i tian far th Hiqh Hil,dm.( Follmon, Hotel Cloy, Jft-H *^rin a discussion of: "What We Have r) CCa logue in the Atomic Age." Learned at the White House Conyoung People's League will parference on Education." Mr. and ticipate in the service, including Mr.-. Harry Ross will be hosts ;it Harvey Wein, N'orma Oppenheim. the Oney Shabbat following, in Barbara Wasserman, Rose Berman. honor of their daughter. Susan. Barry Kutun, Marshall Glantz, Jer-I who becomes Bas Mitzvah during rv H oc hfelsen and Michael MelSaturday morning services at 8:30 nick G neg Shabbat follows SatYouth." Name-giving ceremony I will be at 9. with Rabbi H. Louis Rev. Rudolph Brill renders the muurday m orning services are at 9 will be in honor of the daughter Rottman officiating and discussing: 1 portionol the liturgy. Sermon will be: Human Behavior of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Finkclstein. |"Two Million Witnesses." Irving • m the Presence of the Divine." Oneg Shabbat will %  sponsored by iKirryl. son of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will Cantor Albert Glantz renders the. Mr. and MrJoseph Waldman and, Wolfe, will become Bar Mitzvah. "To see is fo Visit our showroo display at 2253 S.W.J and see the iii memorial style andj built and installed bj\ i craftsmen. hold Friday evening services al musical portions of the liturgy, %  .rated to youth. Rabbi JoHostat Kiddu-h will be Mr. and seph K Narot will officiate and Mrs. Harry' Solomon. Seventeen." Sermon wil • • with the problemof youm NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN. people and their efforts to adjust TER will hold late Friday evening to the world. Mr. and lira. Finkel-tein. Saturday Class in Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Min morning serviceare at 10. Cantor ,cha will be at 5:30 p.m., followed Yehudah Heilbraun renderthe by Shalos Seudos. Daily services musical portionsof the liturgy. 'are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. THURMOK MONUMENT ft* 2-$ory WM" 1253 S.W. Ilk St. MURKEIS Mill plv* CfUMtrrfaaW] Open S.a*m AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW MONTICELLO PARK CONGREservices at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Ab INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve GATION will hold Friday evening ramowiU will preach on the topic: ning services :it 5:45. followed by services at 8:15. with Rabbi Isaac ISRAELITE CENTER will hold \ Glorious Heritage Voice of Kabbalal Sabbath Saturday momLerer officiating. Guest speaker Friday evening services at 515 and the Ten Commandments." Cantor ing services will be al D Rabbi I-will be Prof. Berthold C. Friedl. 8:15 p.m. At the late service, RahEdward Klein renders the musical aac Ever will discuss: "The Divine ol the University of Miami, who bi Morton Malavsky will preach on portions of the liturgy, assisted bj Personalitj of the Scriptures." "ill discuss: "Maimonides" Mes•opic: "Happiness." Mr. and the choir under the direction of Kiddush follows, with Morris Siniti sage for the People Living in the Mrs. Joseph Fogei will be hosts Eli SamuelSaturday morning as host Class In Talmud will i>c Atomic Age." Saturday morning at the Oneg Shabbat following, in services are at 8 45. Jay, -on ol :it 4 pm. Mincha 1at 5 15 pm. services are at 9. Junior services honor ol their son, Allan, who beMr. and Mrs. Martin Sosna, and followed bj Shalos Seudos Dailj will be at 10 a.m., under the sucomes Bar Mitzvah during SaturHarvey, son of Mr and Mrs. Abraservices are at 8 am. and 9:45 pervisfon of Mrs H Spivack. of daj morning services at 8:30. Canham Schorr, will become Bar MHz P rn with Sunday morning sen the Montkdlo faculty. tor Samuel Salkow renderthe muvah. Sermon will be based OH the Ices at '• a • • sical portions of the liturgy. Ser Weekly Portion mon will be based on the Weeklj MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will CONGREGATION will hold Friday Elss.tVsJS P "fTH EL CONGREGATION uill hold Friday evening services .1 Menu,, services at 5:30. Late Jowed by Shalos Seudos. hold Friday 5:30. evening services at R 15. with Rabbi Leon Kronish ofservice! are at 8:15. when Rabbi Saturday morning services Hciatin TE ^v iVeinlo'e Um The Dedi to ii %  •• I SARAH VUDUSN; 1755 ClH Dll MIAMI Btafli .. %  SCNDAY riWlASjl at Ml NiiwttJ ii. % %  RABRI MAN SHAIBJI gurvivon laehafc**! Dr. Barn.-v \V D r \\ Sunleyjfl Dr. Milto. L Wa brothcri Sol I '" Irarl Yudebon. mm Mr<. Brniamin NORTH Dane IFWKH rPM 'ZZilTel oi7 ^ A w ~ %  '""' pre.,, hmu on: "The Ane Becker. s P ,„tual leader of EV". H ho?d A ?riday^Sg S \ US. ^pr^Ih 'on'S sT ^^ ?** ^ S '""" V" **"} '-reg.tion. will m'i proacn on t .. Saturday morning services are at diacuss: "Religion in a Changing aHHBHmHBHiiiiiiiB ^^JX?!**.** !" !.***• l0: Stephen Fore-, Mr World.' Saturday morning servApril ion.! the rgy Dailj services are at 7:30 a.m. and BETH DAVin<;vN&rnr.. C ,, C0RAL GABLES JEWISH CEN5:30 pin. IwUJ TIR will hold Frida\ evening serv• • • FLAGLER GRANAOA JEWISH hold 530 Rabig Saturday Mrs. 1, %  „ Sobol will he hoaU .1 Zr n '*"" ^"^ ^""^ ***" are aX Mark Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning Spiel services are at 9. David Duban and Robed Kossman will become Bar afitavah. ;,7'-"• candle .,11 ,„„„„,. Bar Mitzvah. Mincha blOMlng .luring ft^, (A( mn s „ p ^ ^^ ^ ^^ • Seudos Shevah Brochuth will be BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA '" h n r f Rabbi nd Un Heim lfw r ^' n t f d s > ,n Rgue Youi'bJ'ON will hold Friday evemnJ Tanaaw -'.a.*" Rabb, David Shapiros topic will services at 5 45 On.! L iu TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold be: "Religion la he Life'of Ou at 8 S S t u r d av m S *"*'* !" nin """ 5 nd 8.30. Saturday morning service, 8:30 p.m. Rabbi rrvtng Lehrmsn Atlanti: 1 three drrn Fnrndi keJ to b r'^ nt Block Hm to the M LOUIS liOCI 1645 Si Kl 11 Ftastl and burg directing the choir. Saturday morning services are at morning services are ... u 45 i.am Emanuel, son of Mr and Mrs. Ber^d Mr ciT ^'" : %  M /V;,h %  r 1 t* !" **and %  Barry. Sperber will toV0 k. the candle wiU rt ,,, mo Haf Ml TV h i: at 1! .f J""' Wool Mr BI wife. Anna; Dave Burnett: dock ivrw p0 ,f Wa.lnnKWn imm fB0 TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. dedicated to the junior and KABBI MfNRV OKOLICA "Ten Commandments' Irvine both ol **Virgn !.-o r" %  teJlXJm* Miller will be fir do0 Mi "J rn ?; **" ami Mnu chara* Fnend. and aeal rda*! to atte nd



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Page 10 A Jjar JMitzvali Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sosan, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 4, at North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Jay is a third year student at the Center and attends eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School. %  MING worn Two Will Become Bar Mitzvch Here David Duban and Robert Koss man will become Bar Mit/vah during Saturday morning services Feb. 4. at Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Yaako\ Rosenberg will oj ficiate. with Cantor William Lip-on rendering the musical portions <>t the litur David i> the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Duban. An eighth grade stu dent at Ponce de Leon Junior High, he formerly attended Temple Beth Hillel in Dorchester, Mass, and has been at Beth David religious school for the past six months. He is a member of the Boy Scouts and the Boys' Club of Miami. Robert, son of Mrs. Bertha Kossman. is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah and has attended Beth David for the past three years. The Dubans and Mrs. KosSfllU) Will be hosts at Kiddush following the ceremony Saturday morning. Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schorr, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 4, at North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will conduct the services. Harvey is a fourth year student at the religious school and attends eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School. Kiddush to Honor Irving Wolfe [rviflg Wolfe, son Of Dr and Mrs Samuel Wolfe, 4431 Nautilus dr., Miami Beach, will become Bar Nfitzvah Saturday morning, Feb. 4. at Beth Israel Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah will conduct both Shachrith and Musaaf services and will also read the complete Sabbath Portion from the Scroll Irving, a ninth grade student at the Hebrew AcadV my, was awarded the science medal as the outstanding science student of his luating cla His father is I member of the board ol directors of the Hebrew lemy and chairman of the Academy's high school committee He is also treasurer of Beth Israel Conlion Mrs Wolfe is B member of the board ol directors, Hebrew Acs 5 Women, and Beth Israel Sisterhood, Folowing the services, Kiddush will be held at the gynagoi ue in h inor ol the Bar Mitzvah, Proceeds for Sunday School Mad hatters luncheon and card party will be held at the HialeahMiami Springs Jewish Center Thursday noon. Feb. 9. Prizes will be awarded for the most original and funniest hat. Proceeds are for the Sunday school. ^irhihrkMbr) T cr inter-Citv rounq Judaea Club Council riuo^unciliwf be formed on ,,„„„„ aD|M ti will ta j at the commissl „ .,, the forthcoming YOMOg I3S m Brd iv Purpose of UJO |uil|( a ,, unm ( niiva | and general Jewish National Fund scout movement in i, r Representative thus j ed are Rosalie Friend Levine. North Miami nd Robert See or Phone Ale NAT GANS Ph. FR 3-4616 HI 6-9981 lift INSURANCE MUDS Metropolitan life Insurant* Co. JUDO S.W. 3rd Aye.-"ot 5 Points'! \r,, \*L \ft" ar not "fcLS Y( "~ f <> O finnarl *M ou" Premium Feature U.S. Royal 8 TUBELESS TIRES TAKEN OFF NEW CARS SIZE 670x15 Blackwoll 13.95 Whilewoll 16.95 710x15 15.95 17.95 760x15 17.95 20.95 800x15 20.75 23.75 Exchange on o recoppable tire or odd 2.00—Plus tax. IBUY AT NORTON TIRE AND SEE THIS PROOF! Get Fully Guaranteed FACTORY FRESH TIRES Norton Tire Co. obtains brand new tires direct from the United States Rubber Co, j NO TIRE DEALER can honestly advert* fresh U. S. Royal Tirei at ANY PRICE Hless he buys direct from th United StohBj Rubber. Co. For Your .Own Protection Buy U.S. Royal j Tires From I An ourhoriied Dealer who NORTON TIRE (0. i oWe onewiNini Over It Ywn • RtpHlobl* C.linj *"'•! YOU of • BETTER VALUE • BETTER SERVICE • BETTER CREDIT TERMS NORTON TIRE 1 v ^4. FLORIDA'S LARGEST IU.S.ROYAHUAOOUARTERS MIAMI $00 W. Floalt MIAMI 49 00 N.W. 2 aiA MIAMI BEACH Norton Pallet Tha* 1 4S4 Alton Rf < NORTH MIAMI 133 60 N.W. 7tfcA SOUTH MIAMI 593 0 S. Di'g Hj9" T HIALEAM 1 00 E. 25th_ HOMESTEAD 102 S. KrorneA**



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rhruarv 3. 1956 JmMrfkrtcfrtr itian Arms Buildup May Bring War • %  Rabbi Friedman Page 7 fi fcantinued from P.JK 1 A uid t he executive vice n <• %  *e WA. I,, ,,, on the threshold ol L n ef offensive [which has tipped the balance of tin Arab world. Rabbi nan said. [ pt |g getting 200 MIG-15 jet I manulact ured by Russia in the Korean War. From Enisl countries Egypt is also |ing 30 UV28 twin jet bombers can go from Cairo to Tel Jin eight minutes. "In addilEgypt will receive between Id 200 Stalin-3 forty-ton tanks fr to the U.S. Sherman tank Jhe British Centurion." the [revealed. "Some 150 Soviet jcians are in Egypt now trarnfcyptianto use this war ma! is every hope in Israel that nil not occur, he said, but aid (erican Jewry is needed to Israel's wavering economy thidefense period. bi Friedman said that Israel Bow keep her doors open for Moroccan Jews who have fcred for emigration because |itical tensions and dangers 1h Africa American Jewry accept the responsibility for kigration program so that Iskan concentrate on her deV the i J \ executive affirm\pa\m\ chairman Sam J. HeiBnd dinner vice chairman Kane called upon the Jewlmmur.it> to support the 55 [national ami overseas agenrhich serve people in need y\ the ( otnbined Jewish Apllry f Meyers, president of Jeater Miami Jewish Federaptroduced Rabbi Friedman. chairman in absentia was kVcinklc. assisted by Sam Bhepard Broad, Jack CarHecht, Howard Kane. [urmai; David Levinaon and Seeder. CROWN FENCE Pleaaed with all-time record set by CJA leaders at inaugural dinner are (left to right) Sam Friedland, pacesetters chairman; Sam Blank, dinner vice chairman; Sam J. Heiman. campaign chairman; and Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman. UJA executive vice chairman and principal speaker. • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAD* IJJfl WOOD CONCKTE DOUBLE LOOP & DIAMOND LAWN WIRE FENCING MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 Two Receptions Honor Dr. Belkin Dr. .Samuel Belkin. president of Veshiva University, will be honored at two receptions Tuesday and Thursday in the Waldman Crown and Sterling hotels. Host at the receptions will be Max J. Etra, chairman of the board of Yeshiva. Many members of the university's board of trustees and friends and supporters of the nation's first university chartered under Jewish auspices will be on hand. Dr. Belkin has headed Yeshiva for the past 12 years, has led the school to university status and helped establish graduate departBelh Jacob Sisterhood Mans Pvrim Bah Congregation Beth Jacob Sister hood will hold a Purim Ball Saturday evening, Feb. 25. at Hibiscus hall. Mrs. John Starr, president, this week appointed Mrs. Louis IfakoVsky. Mrs. Helen Rajner and Mrs. William Kline as co-chairmen. Crowning a Queen Esther will highlight the evening. All proceeds are earmarked for the religious school of Beth Jacob. RE-UPHOLSTER ments in mathematics, education and community administration. "Dr. Belkin is one of world Jew\ j ry's outstanding leaders." said : I Etra. "He has more than earned j any honors we might bestow on him." The reception at the Waldman ( C rown hotel is slated for 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. In charge of arrange; ments is Charles Muss. The Sterling reception, scheduled for 8:30 I p.m.. 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Page 4 B *Je*istfhr*[**£L. r <*ay, Febrw %  *Ni rage 4 P _—__ ~-— == =========== ===r ====== ^^ Dadc countv will >oon have itour: "Conf< on Education." reported Mrs. David Catsman *. Conference of Jewish WomenOrganizaresantatives attending th Jan. 26 meeting ot the group at the Algiers rmlel. In line with the purpose of the national conference to promote continued interest in the | of education and euipha-ue them on a local level Mrs. Malvina liebman, director of elemental n revealed -he 1planning a conference on Dade county*s needs. Mrs. Liebman served as a consultant at the WWW House conference Mrs Catsman and Mr1 jser were among the 25 Florida delegates "We hope this is the beginning of a new public schools. The more people who are inten the greater chance we have of bringing about needed reform.' said MrCatsman. Mrs Glasser, Who Is if as! f re-ident oj the CIWO. -aid that the delegatewho attended the flationa. conference expressed them-sincerely and with out reserve and that there aa -ground swell of recognition of our national failure in education, a failure which can lead to national peril' Earlier in the meeting the delegatewho represent 85 organizations in Hade and Broward counties. adopted a resolution urging the United Stateand United Nations to bring aK.ut aspeedilj apossible a security pact between Israel and the Arab gtates, so that peace in secured _^ ,„ report which Th.-re-olut,onwa-,nre-o ... ^ ^ STSeis^ss^^^ %  — as ferenceO! -" jan 17 t0 19. 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, Ftbruary 3, I 1956 *Jei$tflorktor? Page 7B u.,iii.-i •Murray P0NA10 S HAKT*** Davis Now • %  I. Harold Salmon i double ring ceremony Sunthe Algiers hotel, Elinor Davis became the bride old H. Salmon. Rabbi Irving an officiated at the wedding. cas followed by a reception nner at the hotel, [bndc was given in marriage ; grandfather. Paul S. Brickie is the daufihter of Mrs. R. Davis, 835 Alton rd., Beach and the late Mr. [Salmon la the son of Mr. and hilip V. Salmon, 1446 Lenox Hiami Beach. | former Was Davis wore a na-length gown of crystalet nported chantilly lace, and ilderleni:th veil which fell headpiece trimmed with • and drop pearls, [carried white orchids, stelis and oranye blossoms on a Bible. ey Hirscn was maid of honbe wore American beauty M with matching headpiece ^ried a bouquet of pink carH. Salmon was his brothfct man. Harold Davis, the ] brother, was usher. a honeymoon in New Or. fhe couple will make their Miami Beach. NEW MANAGEMENT faitehouse of Beauty SAlOnf [• Khfer-Blondini |* Tinting ^ronent Wavimj • Hair Styling %  I Introductory Offer T fci$ Week Only [HAMPOO and SET $2.00 151 OCEAN DRIVE 'hone It .9553 Marilyn Clein Weds Donald Shaktman; Picks Satin Clown Marilyn Lois Clein became Mrs. Donald H. Shaktman in Sunday ceremonies Jan. 29 at the Money Plaza hotel. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of the Israelite Center, officiated at the 4:30 p.m. rites. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reubin Clein, 2637 Flamingo dr. The groom is the son of Mrs. Gertrude Shaktman, 1045 Lenox ave. Given in marriage by her father, newlywed Mrs. Shaktman chose a traditional satin gown with cathedral train. The well-molded bodice was fashioned with scoop neckline and outlined with lace appliques. The sleeves were long point-tohand, and the fullness of the skirt was created by wide pleats and folds which extended to the back. The bride's waist-length French illusion veil was caught to a small seed pearl and faillette crown. She carried a bouquet of orchids and lily-of-the-valley. Maid of honor was Harriet Shaktman, sister of the groom, in full-length pink tulle over taffeta. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Arlyne Tobin, Mrs. Helen Dubbin. Miss Harriet Ginsberg and Miss Florence Angerman, attired in full-length pink tulle gowns over taffeta. Best man was Bernard Shaktman, brother of the groom. Ushers included Lt. (J.g.) Joseph Clein, Michael Clein, Stephen Clein, Murray Dubbin and Martin Leiber. Reception followed in the Ocean lounge of the Roney Plaza. Mrs. Shaktman attended the University of Miami and the University of Alabama. Her sorority is Phi Sigma Sigma. Her husband attended the University of Miami and served in the U.S. Marine Corps. Following a honeymoon trip to Nassau, the couple will reside in Riviera Beach, Fla. Out-of-town guests at the ceremony included Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whiteman, Savannah, Ga.; Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Berner, Gainesville, Fla.; and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Huff, Leesburg, Fla. *WS. BERNARD IUDWIG Father Gives Louise To Mr. Ludwig in Candlelight Rites Given in marriage by het father, Louise Ruth Marks became Mrs. Bernard Stanton Ludwig Sunday in a 6 p.m., double ring candlelight wedding. The marriage took place at Temple Emanuel, Lakeland. Fla. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Marks, Lakeland, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ludwig, 1901 South Miami ave. The former Miss Marks wore a bridal gown of pure silk peau-desoie accented with hand clipped chantilly lace. Wearing turquoise chiffon, Susan Trohn was maid of honor for her cousin. Mrs. Robert Smith, sister of the bridegroom, Helen Lachman, cousin of the bridegroom, and Barbara Ginsburg were bridal attendants. Morton Palmer was best man while Robert Smith, brother in law of the bridegroom, Robert Lachman, cousin of the bridegroom, and Jack Solomon served as the ushers. The newlyweds will be at home after Saturday in Columbia, S.C. MKS. HAROID SAimOH MMS. RICHARD BERGER Double Ring Rites For Lorraine Albert Sackheims Reveal rllis* Betrothal Phy mss nmus SACKMEIM Surprises in Store At Book Review Mrs. Donald Murray, coordinator for the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah Tuesday book review series, Wednesday revealed that many surprises are in store for subscription ticket holders. The next review will be held in Temple Beth Sholom and take The engagement of their daughter, Phyllis, is being announced by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sackheim, 955 Marseille dr.. Miami Beach. Her fiance is Robert J. Rubinstein, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubinstein, 1829 SW 21st st., Miami. Miss Sackheim formerly attended Brooklyn College and is now a student at the University of Miami. She is a member of the Future Teachers of Amerca. She is a member of the faculty of Tomahawk Nursery School. Mr. Rubinstein received his AB degree from the University of Miami and is past president of Tau Epsilon Phi. An interior designer, he spent two years in the U.S. Navy. place in the evening instead of the afternoon. "As Feb, 14 is Valentine Day, we are asking women to invite their husbands as their guest for this review." A surprise guest reviewer of national reputation will be introIduced to Hadassah that evening, she said. peosy to buy Wh your MORRIS 1R0S/ Revolving Charge Arrommt Py nothing down ... 1/3 your balance •och month and NO CARRYING CHARGE MORRIS BROS. ftAim rwmwwy %  www^w^ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 mom M-4M1 j 4 w e eee^ J, HOUSE Of PICTURtS Lara* Selection of Fin* Print* — Oil* Engraving* — Mod*rn — Traditional In a double rng ceremony on Sunday, Jan. 29 at the Sterling hotel, Miss Lorraine Albert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Albert 1040 SW 22nd ave.. became the bride of Richard Jacob Berger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Berger. 1717 SW 17th ct. Rabbi Morris Skop, of Coral Gables Jewish Center, officated. They were married under a white satin canopy against a background of palms. Best man was Jack Albert, brother of the bride. Maid of honor was Miss Norma Berger, sister of the groom. The bride was given in marriage by her parents and wore a ballerina-length gown of white lace over ivory satin. The gown had long sleeves and a sweetheart neckline with a long torso waist. Her veil was of Queen Anne lace cap. edged with tear drop pearls and a fingertip tulle veil. She carried a cascade of three white orchids trimmed] with delphniums and streamers. After the ceremony, there was a reception and dinner in the Starlight] room of the hotel. Out-of-town guests of the bride's family mclurted Mr. and Mrs. Lsadore Albert, Ruth, Betty and Jerome Albert. Mrs. Louis Albert and daughter, Janet, Mrs. Alte Finklestein, Mrs. Ed Giventer, Mrs. Morris Risin, Mrs. Bernard Forster, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Doris and Mrs. Pauline Sklar. Guests from out-of-town of the groom and his family included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berger and Louis Neuwirth. The bride is employed by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The groom is a member of, the U.S. Natal Reserve. 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Page 6 A ~j^:**nrrtiar SiStaS^BS^fWSKSa t micro; Low* Bond chairman A for K3„!„•> \. ars -ince the intial bond issue was floated will be presented, and detailed plans lor the 1986 paign will be outlined. Economic Dr. Silver will speak at Satur day's opening dinner in his first appearance in Greater Miami since riod ending December 31. 1955. rael Bond ^reHrnVnary'saiesligu. lot Sunday morning, B breakfast sesthe first weekoi this year alread> will be presided over bj Dr. have reflected significant in.1.-e P h .1 Schwartz, vice president 9ta of the l-rael Bond organization Abraham Feinberg, president ol MornW. Berinstein, the l-rael Bond organization, and campaign chairman, will report on Abba Hillel Silver, chairman result.of the 1956 campaign year. A special effort ^ charter Trustee,; uar ler, Chicago, member rao| ?X'L,"i Sfe*-* — chairman oi the I PMI; and Fredric K Mann Bond chairman lor Philadelphia. Dr Silver will preside at a 12:30 Sunday luncheon meeting will conclude the conferRabbi Irving Lehrman, Immediate past pn .ideal >f the %  ( r M,ami Rabbinical Association, will deliver the invocation. \ highlight of the luncheon meeting will be the induction of ,,,,,, [tustei, ol Israel, men and women who pnrchaae sio.ooo or more, in State of I-rarl Bond> this p.m. which Lula Jones Pfowen for All Oecejlo, Oil I VE R T Ct Flowers • Potted Plants Corsages • Fontrol |^| 110 $.W. Sit. STtRT Phone FR 4-5790 LETS SENS TOGKTHKH The 25th Year Anniversary CONCERT Dr. to of the board ol governors, will be date and outline plans for an inamong American leaderparticitensive Israel Bond < dur, ,,„,_,_ ing the c o m i n g months Mrs A highlight of the conclave will Michael \ Stavitskj national er Saturday night at 7:30 chairman oi the Women's Division, son, Israel Bond chairman lor Baiport on her and plans. Discussants at the breakfast ses. -ion iil include Momft De Woskin, chairman, board ol ernors oi the Chicago Israel Bond drive; Julius Ginsburf national chairman tor organizations; i> Lou l-rael Bond chairman for ( Canada: Joseph N Hoodin, Cincin nati. member ol the rational I utivc committee. Nathan S Jacobin honor of JACOB SCHACHTER Pioneer m Jewith Radio Program* •n Sunday, February SMi, 8 30 P m Prominent Stars of the Yiddish & American Stage Will Appear at MIAMI BEACH HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 14th Street 4 Orexel Ave. Miami Beach %  T Ml: vNT K\ Woman of Valor' Award Highlights Quote in Proverbs Book Mrs. Franklin D. 1 It. who will be guest oi honor at the -peal Sabbath luncheon ol the na • al inaugural conference for State oi i-rael Bond-, will be the • recipient of the "Woman oi Valor" award. MrRoosevelt, who also will ke the principal audress at the WomenDivision sessii a: the York, national chairman of -peak Hotel Seville on Saturdaj noon, beers and information, and Mrs. Bareligible for the award through her outstanding activities in behali ol the state ol l-rael Bond campaign since itinception five years ago. The -Woman ol Valor" designaJ Goldhar, national chairman ol sponsors fur Canada. Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman ol the women'division o| the Greater Miami Committef for State of Israel Bondand hos16 HOUR COURSE LEARN TO DANCE New Class Begins Monday, February 6 DANCING tion. which has just been establishless chairman for the conference. ed b\ the Israel Bond organization, will extend greetings MRS. MICHAtL STAVITSKV will be presented to women who purchase and sell $100,000 or ra in State Of Israel Bonds. The gold pin worn by recipients ol thiaward is in the shape of a -word encircled by a laurel wreath. The hilt of the sword iencrusted with rubies, a reminder of the "woman of valor described in the Book of Proverbs (81:10): "A wornan of valor who can find' For her pi ice ifar above rubies." Ahundreds of woman delegates began arriving for the two-day con. ference which will launch the 1956 campaign. American women adopted a goal of $18,500,000 for the year. The plans of the Division were tet lorth by its chairman, Mrs Michael A. Stavitsky, of Esses county, who in 1955 led American women to achieve record sales and purchases of more than $10,000,000 worth of Israel Development Bonds. In light of the grave crisis now confronting Israel, Mrs. Stavitsky said, the national Women's Division has established the most ambitious goals in its history. Mrs. Stavitsky. 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i^viislhJEIIiDiriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami. Florida, Friday, February 3, 1956 Price 20* Eden May Offer Israel Sell-Out To Eisenhower \ference Will Open On Beach With 'Woman Of Valor' Award For Eleanor Roosevelt SfNHOWM ANTHONY ELHN JOHN FOSTER DULLES Eden Says He Doesn't Seek Land Concessions; U.S. Cool to Police Force NEW YORK —Sir Anthony Eden. Britain's Prime Minister, implied here Wednesday that he does not intend to insist in his talks with President Eisenhower this week on trying to achieve Arab-Israel peace on the basis of the partition decision adopted by the United Nations resolution in 1947, which would amount to truncation of Israel territory. On the other hand, the British Prime Minister stuck by a contention that the Baghdad Pact is a valid regional agreement in spite of the fact that it explicitly bars Israel • B GOVlKNMtNT tOK 'SUPSHOD, MX ADMINISTRATION' iony Denies He Threatened el in Smouldering Commons Debate — British Prime Minister Sir few hours before his departure •s to confer with President Eisenile East situation, denied in the that he wanted to squeeze from MOBILIZATION IN OFFING lofes Expected Will 155 Conference Sessions; f ish State Leaders Arriving "'I American and Canadian leaders, representing -h community in North America, will implement S75.000.00O this year for Israel through the sale of nds at the 1956 National Inaugural Conference this Israel territorial adjustments under pressure. He voiced the denial in the course of a parliamentary debate on the White Paper issued by the government on the sending of arms to the Middle East. Sir Walter Monckton, British Defense Minister, —*told Commons that the tanks and gun carriages supplied to Israel and Egypt through the reshipment of British surplus war material were of little military value, even if equipment which had been demilitarized were reconditioned for military use. He led off for the government in the debate forced on it by the Laborites and a great public clamor resulting from British press reports of tanks going to Egypt via Belgium. Prime Minister Eden and Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd were present in the House during the debate. Trying to explain away from membership. Earlier in the week in a shipboard interview aboard the S.S. Elizabeth when Sir Anthony arrived here with Britain's foreign minister. Selwyn Lloyd, to begin their Washington discussions about world problems with President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, the Prime Minister expressed his belief that the Washington talks might result in "useful and constructive efforts" toward solution of world problems. Sir Anthony conceded that "we"— meaning himself and Mr. Lloyd— FOR A WHILE, ANYWAY Organizations Tell Capital: Forget Nasser By JTA tlD I in Miami Beach will be the scene of intense activity < rican leaders launch the 1956 Israel Bond campaign -with a two-day conference. A special Sabbath luncheon, at which Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt will be guest of honor, opens the conclave Saturday. It is anticipated that record sums will have been mobilized and record sates completed in an outpouring of enthusiastic support for Israel by the time the conference ends. Conference activity already is under way in the form of preliminary meetings of communities, WASHINGTON — The worlds attention, focused by the march of were "particularly anxious to make j ominous events on the tense Midprogress" on the Middle East probdie Ea-t. irivited this week on lem. the talks between President Eisen"Do you intend to use the 1947! hower and British Prime Minister resolution as your basis for Middle Sir Anthony Eden which opened East peace planning?" Sir Anthony here Monday. The decisions they was asked. "If you read carefully take — and it has already been Continued on Page 2 A what I have said," he replied, "you will find that that is not exactly what I have said." Sir Anthony took recourse to another interpretation of facts when he was asked about Israel's exclusion from the Baghdad Pact. "In made known that a major portion of their deliberations will be concerned with the smoldering IsraelArab dispute—may well hold the key to the top question of the day —whether there will be war or peace in one of the world's most view of the fact that Article 5 of %  sensitive areas. the Baghdad Pact explicitly bars! The talks come at a crucial juncIsrael from membership," he wasjture for Western policy in that Continued on Pago 13 A Continued on Pago 9 A •mashing forCJA ns Sunday night fan hotel pledged sum of $871,570 s to launch the fwish Appeal. Uaed giving toir campaign of the emergency the one-time efIthe greatest kick\n the records of lift after another Ihe totals rolled fervent plea by i Herbert A. krican Jewry to M support of Isl --IS. I lorced to fight in the summer P90 7 A FRENCH SHOPKEEPER ONLY DISLIKES THEM ON CERTAIN OCCASIONS Poujade Insists He is Not Anti-Semitic Continued on Pago 6 A PARIS (WNS)—A statement denying that he had received a communication from the French rightist leader Pierre Poujade in reply to his charge that the Poujadist movement was anti-Semitic was issued here this week by the Grand Rabbi of France, Jacob Kaplan. ,w The Rabbi declared that "in any event, more than any letter or eventual private conversation, it is to the words and acts of the directors of a movement that one must refer in order to be able to say whether such a movement Is of anti-Semitic tendency." Meanwhile Pierre Poujade, whose amazing showing in the recent national elections is one of the most disturbing developments on the current French political scene, has been giving disconcerting interviews on his personal position, and that of the Poujadist movement, on anti-Semitism, an issue that Continued on Page 13 A MM. ftOOSfVflT



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...SOCIALITE Mr. and Mrs. Denial Taradesrt were among the 170 socialites at the Committee of 100's annual dinner-dance on the Beach last week. Dan and his lovely blonde wife were joined by hither William Taradash at the festivities. Picnic," "Desire" and "From Here to Eternity" arc among the screen plays Dan has authored as ImiTiif Hollywood's top writers. L hcr William is a long-time Miami Beach resident. W j t Frad Jonaa is back in town after his trip to L an Mexico, where he visited his 91-year-old mother. Eh's been .1 resident there for some 33 years. With a mean. at in his eye, Fred's been telling friends that Cuernavaca -d f,ir its colony of writers and artists. i hap; n ew "Grandma Jonas" is on the way? he Florida Keys were the destination of Hibiscus Island Eies Mr. and Mrs. Hal S. Pelton last week. fee-ted and showing off enviable sun tans, the Paltena deserted I Wand digging* "to be alone." feuest of honor at a buffet luncheon in the Roney Plaza hotel Cell was Mrs. Mary Ziff. popular hostess was Mrs. Samuel Madenick. who's visiting liter Mr*. A. J. Schlossman, of Biscayne Island. Blissfully soaking up the qtiiet anonymity of a Beach vacation [been Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moss, of Washington, D.C. be Mosses are certainly happy the December holiday season • and want to forget the rush and bustle until next December. j is vice president of Hecht Co. in the nation's capital—one largest department stores in the U.S. otham Town's Don Hewitt has been spotted around town— (sides of the bay—in tete-a-tete with Baron do Hirsch Mayor iaonard Abtss. 1 happens to be producer of Douglas Edwards' "See it Now" Lther top CBS television programs. Friends know Baron and Leonard aren't saying much, but are beginning to add up. Bn the Academic Front: Beach students completing work for (ear decrees at the University of Illinois include popular Nad and Roy Turchen. I'hile Michael Simkowitx and David Bromer are making repufor themselves as members of Mercersburg Academy's htrjf club. Eric E. Harris, head of the school's chem department at Merurg. Pa explains that only top students are accorded memberiehael's parents are the I. B. Simkowitzea, and David's the Hawthorne ive.'l Charles Bromers. lew Rochelle's Henry Eismans are fugitives of Gotham Town's linds at the Hotel Brazil. Entertaining the Eismana are Dr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein, of Ide. Roads Across Miami: Isabell Rasner is back from an ded vacation in New York, followed by a flight to Jamaica, mean Republic and Haiti. fc'hile in New York, Isabella attended hat fashion events for Lincoln rd. establishment dnd Irving Greenfield is in Chicago attending the annual pr showing of the Furniture Mart ^•Itn Hayes was stunning in her Palm Beach opening of tea Williams' "Glass Menagerie" last week. honor of the occasion, Muriel (the hat) Pick wore her muchl-about $500 number which she Picked-up in Paris last sumla tall. tall, bird of paradise atop a milliner's dream. h from Miami for the opening with Muriel was her daughter, [Louis (Helene) Haftel. >>€€ ft and Rick Schwartzburg were eating dinner in Atlanta the [•vening. "Let's take a trip," said Rkk very quietly. the Schwartxborgs packed Mike and Debbie—two years Ifn months old respectively—into the back of their car and M m Miami Beach the next day. Ind were grandparent! Fred and Florence Schwartzburg, of [Alton rd., happy to see the energetic quartet. pso on hand, vacationing from the Army, were sons Jim and %  *r *F a* m^^i^m 'chi-.in ave "s Hymen Feuera are entertaining her mother. F Bateman, of Newark. Frances came down for "sunshine, rd grandchild." Nothing else. Frances happily told the n. could lure her away from her bustling duties as a New lepartnicnt More executive. ^* nd Mr Joseph Boguss. of Opa-Locka. celebrated their wmg anniversary the other night with a party at home. L" M !^ included distinguished attorney general of MassaL" ** or 9 Pingold. The celebrating couple were married in "Mas-. Jan. 21, 1926. fcirth!" f hpr fr e nds helped Barbara Warren celebrate her P"hday 1 rnlay at the Algiers hotel. "ty Barbara is a freshman at Nautilus Junior High. Proud ** the Jerry Warrant, 520 51st ter.. Miami Beach. ''fddi c and Sanferd Rattner. JJ[ng ,s ln Au „ ust (or j^,,^ Muf#y • m h n (l "* the cou P s Pi"" •* "> engagement party ">• Algiers hotel given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Murray, 8600 Byron ave. iPX 81 ?, 01 New York M h d*i. >ovy *•• '* now ITL .? Ln,v nity of Miami and plans to teach after ber liradua t tfi* 14J C oman s fWorU Th J te w iislh IFII'Diriidliioiin MIAMI. FLORIDA Friday. February 3. 1956 Section B Caplstrano: This white satin ball gown is embroidered with scrolls of black velvet and jet beads. Mediterranean Mermaid: Pink satin gown embroidered with beige chenille. Colored metallic thread highlights this creation, which also features iridescent sequins and rhinestones. Torah: Bucharian bride's jacket is startling feature of this original oriental antique gown. Tunic and cap are of rich purple velvet. Gold embroidery is an applique of same filagree used on velvet mantles of Scroll of Law. (Left to right) HADASSAH CHAPTERS WILL SEE LAU5T IN MODERN DESIGN sraen ras Fashions to be Shown Monday Perhaps the most unusual collection of fashions yet to be .shown in this city will be viewed here on Monday, Feb. 6, at the Seville hotel, when the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah presents the latest Hadassah fashion show from Israel at a luncheon affair. Designed and executed by dressmaking students of the Alice L. Seligsberg Vocational School in Jerusalem, the garments were inspired by centuries-old costumes brought to Israel by Jewish immigrants from Arab and oriental lands. The Hadassah fashions, which are a sophisticated blending of ancient oriental motifs in a modern setting — literally a wedding of old and new — are of particular interest to American audiences in light of the current Eastern influence in women's fashions. Pat (Mrs. Paul Bromberg) will serve as fashion commentator during the show, which will be cochaired by Mrs. Herbert Gutman and Mrs. Louis Gidney. Models will include the Mesdames Stanley Periman, Herbert Mathes, Albert Pollack. James Cobbs. Jack Mintzer, William Siegel, Stanley Baskin, Harry Mufson, Alvin Richter and Richard Fink. The show is currently touring the United States to help raise funds to operate Hadassah's network of vocational education institutions in Israel, of which the Seligsberg School is part. According to Mrs. Oscar Sindell, president of the Greater Miami chapter, many of the Seligsberg students and their families come from Middle Eastern lands — home of some of the most intricate needlework and embroidery in the world. "Augmenting their artistic Eastern heritage with the fine training in design and dressmaking they receive at the Seligsberg School, these students have produced a fashion collection that any couturier would be proud to present," Mis. Sindell explained. In all. 15 dresses will be shown at the Feb. 6 aff; .'. Included are daytime garments, frocks, cocktail dresses, ball gowns and at-home ensembles A highlight of the show, according to Mrs. Sindell, will be fullcolor slides showing classes at work in the Seligsberg School. Members of Greater Miami's 14 Hadaesaj) groups will also see color slides of the oriental originals on which most of the fashions are based. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, local housing authority who recently returned from a tour through Israel, will be guest speaker. Mrs. Harold Wynn will offer a program of, songs. UM DEAN SCHEDULED also a U of M grad. la the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harding ave. Recent installation of Al Sherman (second from left) as president of the 100 Club of Dade county also marked the date of the Shermans' 24th wedding anniversary. Sherman is shown with daughter, Carol, his wife and son. Eddie, senior student at the University of Miami. Resident of Miami Beach for ten years Sherman is a law graduate of St Johns College. ota Alpha Will Celebrate Tenth Year in March Iota Alpha Pi, oldest national Jewish social sorority, will celebrate its tenth anniversary on the I M campus with a luncheon Mar. 10. Slated for the Lucerne hotel, the luncheon will feature Miss May B. Brunson, UM Dean of Women, as guest speaker. Actives and pledges will be honored guests. The Alumnae Association of the sorority is sponsoring the affair. Iota was founded nationally in 1903 at Hunter College'and installed locally as Rho capter, in 1946. Officers of the Iota Alpha Pi alum group are Mrs. Sheldon Green, president; Mrs. Abe Freidman, vice president; Miss Abby Jagust, secretary; and Mrs. Jay Bearman. treasurer. Social chairnen Gail Berkman and Marcy Raffel are in charge of arrangements for the luncheon.



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Hday, February 3. 1956 + U*ist IU*kHt r Page 3B feminine fain K^)n the 2, Temple Emanu.El antf Aguaas Israel. lies' Auxiliary Meets lollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxilj will meet Wednesday evening. 1. at Ifonticello Park Congreon. Goes) speaker will be Dr. bard B. Jaffe, pediatrician. TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES coll for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIII WM't Upoet The ttowacb An.cin* not only firm $tf**gr. fatfr relief from pain of hesdachs but it slao mftr. Won't upsst the stomach and has no bad effects. Tot] ses, Ansdn is liks a doctor's prescription. Thst is, Anacin contains not Just ons but a kMMM of medically proTen, activs ingredients. Scientific rssesrch has proved • mmglt drug can five such strong yet such sals relief as Anscia TabUta. "THf REST lARBEOUE SAUCt IN TOWN" HAKIMS FOOD PRODUCTS Manufacturers and Dutributori Mayonnaise • Pickelf • Condiments • Spices NW. 23rd Ave. Miami, Florida Phone NE 4-9747 G NOODLES # Fine, Medium, Broad Tempting... wholesome... rlliom...r*ol home-mode flavor I Economical I %  L H{ AKEIS OF "0IE CBlSf flSSHTIS. MAT70HS Du trUwiexl by PALM DBTRD3U TORS. INC L!^ 2 *'" ST., MIAMI J7, FIA. PHONE Ft 3-*e*_ j • ~ Tew Sefisfocf Joe Out Pfeeioro" P1CI-UP AND DELIVERY JDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS If. Miami Avenue Phone 82-1343 MRS. LOUIS .'. ULLIAN Service • OiHvry Ouo/if y PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS COMPLETE DINNER WHERE THE HOME fOLKS EAT HOTEL PHARMACY INC. LINCOLN t ALTON MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1 6425 The Shabbos Coffee "Her leadership in Kneseth Israel Sisterhood has contributed in large measure to the successful undertakings sponsored by the Sisterhood," according to Rabbi Jonah Caplan, spiritual leader. "Through her initiative, the Sisterhood undertook and completed -the renovation and redecoration of our synajiu&uo. Under her leadership^ Sisterhood almost doubled 'its membership during the past year." / ARE YOU FARBLUNJET? FREE" Send La-ay for ysur fret copy of. t*M wonoorfvl ROW Jtwiik-EHfllitb H —dbtoh of Familiar Jewish Wore)! end Expressions". Sot "FsvMwertf" on pfe 34; also "Tiertbtso* % &f *" %  Set "Nocfcoo A Cktimikon poet 6. Set 222 Jewish words, txpretsisns, defimtisns, •MI, oH. Fo, louehs, eeecetioftol for the wbele family. Fo#roor froo copy, mitt fe: • J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP. 405 LEXINGTON AVENUE ^NEW YORK 07, NEW YORK^ ^PRODUCTS HUNE IBett BUTTER r, VMARGARINE re>& rrfW*WW-WWWV Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy 168 S.E. FIRST STREET Huntington Medical Building MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE FR 4-7691 One of the largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor HOME OF THE FAMOUS • Just 3 mlnuto* from Now York Cry' Grand Control Terminal and conveniently near to tho Fifth Avenue •hopping district, the) Lexington is centrally located. Its 801 outside. rooms are all equipped with combination rub and shower bam. Circulating Ice water, full-length k eilrror, 4-itation radio. Television. ."New York's Frmtdly HoreT Near the United Nations LEXINGTON AYE. AT ft ST, N.Y.C 1



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t Februar y 3. 1. 1956 +Jmistinur*to l 1 NOTlCi LIGAU h^^'^U^CmCU^ IN IKS I JJ ?!? COUNTY, FLORIDA. 5* D !DV NO. )*. A NC An %  "' l !Kl: ... : • %  Innt %  CAT.ON MrV ,: ,. herebj • I ., \Divorce on L SCAL NOTICS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 1 III I II.IJAM ;< n N KT LEGAL NOTICE Page 15 A =9 ,. ori*. ,>l the I I ... the [ r Lien cotifi ., ,| „ of January, 1956. *<&?. HERMAN nil Court rk >. '..int vxoi r. Bq l "'a ;-.i rnCE UNDER FICTITIOUS 1 NAME LAW ,. ,; HEREBY OIVBN that I ,|.ilrlns to enaaae In us name of KESTACRANT. at „, H ahway, s..uih MIi i MM name ,'-i,.,i, oi the Circuit Court Count*, Klorlda iROK CASKATM I ntlEUMAN I I ant NOTICE UNDErt FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTK'K IH HKKEMY tllVEN that I he mill, i sign. .1, .1 ii inn (o .HI:., I.II-III. %  i he il' HE \<'H I DRMAI. sil-HMl. hiniiti Avenue. M.ini Heat h, intend t>. reglater said name iti. the • Mirk <>f the Circuit Court ol Dadi i'. .urn .. Florida. HENRY DONNRR SAMIKI, DONNBR I.EoNARH KAI.ISH Attorney fr Applicant* H".I I Mil'..nt Ul.lK. 2/3-10-17-3-1 „ V JNTY JUDGES' COURT HOE COUNTY. FLORIDA NO. 30994-A iBTATr: "I I H -, ou, mas have ..salnM the .-late of METER HEIXHORN d< .cased late of Ihtde County, rlorlda to the Honorable County Judges ••< i I.I. i.County, and fit.[he name In their offices In the Count} Courtnou i In Dade County, Florida, within Ighl calendar months from the date ..f the first publication hereof Raid rial ma ..I demandi to oonutln tinlegal ad .f the claimant and to be **-.>. n to and preeented a* aforesaid, 01 .-am. will h. barred Be s. 16 of the IMS Probate Art. Dau Januai i :'.<. AD II run. I:EINII< >RX, \ Wi" • 11 -. i T. of METER BEINHORK, 1 >• ceased. MARK SJ1.VEIISTEI.N •20 Ulncoln It'i Mi iml Beach I xt'.u II. i f..i: I I to 17-M I'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS 1 NAME LAW • ls H' -.IVEN that • "Kane in %  li II. i f u RECKINO, nt. nda t" '","' ih. Clerh of %  Dade County, Irijltlr '" XM vx *''• "*""" i: i %  •-I NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37142 B In Re BBTATB OK M'.l: Ml \M BUOOM, D. • -..•• 'i To All > 'reditoi a and All l"ei 11 in Claims or IVnanila Anaiiml Sai.l i: i... You. and each of yen, I notified and required to iueant any i I.i mian.I demanda v. hi. either ..I v ou, in. i v havi nI the -t.,t.of Al'.lt \IIAM lll>HM. .1, .-.I late of Dade County, rlorlda, to the Honorable County Judaea of Dade County, and file in.am.in their %  iin the County Courthouse In Dade Count)', Florida, within eight oalendar montna from th..int.<>f the flint publication hereof Raid oi demanda i ntaln the legal adol the claimani and to !• aworn to anil preaented a aforesaid, or aume win IMbarred Date January 13, A l> 1956. KIM EON SPEAR, AH Executor of the Uaal Will and I'. Mameiit of AMRAHAM lll.'.'.M Di w KIWI \\ AND VPEPMAN At tome vi f..i Relate • %  ( Abraham Bloom l"-l7-.' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v NAME LAW NO! Hi: |H MEHKItY I'.IVEN that I, d. a i Ing to erun • "I'" "' %  flcM' n?n Y 21 u 9 N J? |,,:l:ss "•' -MIAMI, at %  10 H U MI, Htreet, Intend* to r. with Ih.Clrik of tile 1 '"'"I' '" of Dade I' Ij I lorl.la rr'^aT" 81 ,: %  "" -.' I-,. %  o NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS^ NAME LAW ..NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN that %  d, dealrlng t.. engagi m i iitin %  ilMAR HOMER i. ii'..-. w Dixie Highway, North Miami, Pla '" "• Id name with th. •• I "In ull Couri of Dade County. Hoi Ida M \i:n\ RPHTEIN. IN.' Vfc WII.I.IAM |, l-IH.i.AN. |\ HERMAN I BRETAN Attornei foi Appll. ~,1 W. Klagler St 1/27 — 2 /3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that the underelsned, dealrlng t<> engage in l.iisinexs under the fictitioux name of CAROU SPORTSWEAR, at Aviation Building. 3420 N. VV. 27th Avenue. Miami. Horiila. intend to reglater aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida JEROME KONHACZER R.illERT KONHACZER MORRIS HENNERHON 1/27 — 2/3-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 166705 BETTYK B. M.NAMARA. Plaintiff. VM JOHN A. M.NAMARA. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOHN A MiNAMAUA • ... leorga McNe n ISOM Orand Rl Detroit, Michigan Yi.r ARE HEREBY REQCIRKI) to aerve i oopy of your Anawer to the Complaint for Ulvoi..filed herein on I'lalntlfra attorneys, COCR8HON & KINK. (OB Ulncoln Road, Miami h, Florida, and to file the original in the offlce-oii the cierk of the above mi ..: before the i-i daj ol D therm la* .. default will be cut. reil against you DATED: thla 24th day of January. E B. UEATHERMAN, Clerk of Curt iw I: il. RiCE, JR. Deput) Clerk LEGAL NOTICE Sea 11 2 1-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that the undetalgn* .: to engage In hti in.-, uii.l. ihe ii, r|i me ..t PARTY TIME i.lemv Chair Renting Co fNol In. I, N W mih Htreet, Intends to reglatei ii.iu.e with th.Clerk of the Plr. uii i ..in i of Dade County. Florida BEN J A MIN WEI NO ART E N MJUTON A I KIEl'MAN Attorney for A|.|>lu-aut i.i r.idg. l/r — 2/3-10-17 Dade Monuments, Inc. 3223 S.W. 8th STREET Phen* Nl 4-2013 Catering Exclusively to the Jewish Clientele Mfe art ear of Miami's leediag ;ewi Meawmeaf Deaieri ; IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN-PROBATE No. 36240 B IN RJC ESTATE oh' ISAAC OOUDBUOOM, Dece ."ed CITATfON PCBUCATION The State of Kloriiia to Morris GoldMum, Joseph O-oldbloom. Besele Cohen, Julea OoldNoom, Bertha Baltain.m. Max Ooldbloom, Herman Kotarn„ Bugena Ootdbtooro, Daniel Oold bloom, ami ail oth.-i peraoni of January. AD II I'a ted: Januai > 13, I EIIANK B DOVVUINO, Countv Judge l!\ : MEI.UA C I >ICK. tC. J SEAI.i <"lerk SAMI I:IJ RA.NI>. Attorney 44'. Beybold Budg., Miami. Florida i tl — 1/3-10-17 ^•JOUUZll SIIVICI "AtT" "MAUKY" — "MAT" C0ULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body aeeeirt aae Painting fc_ 32244, FR 46652 040 S.W. 8th Street MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in nd. i t he fl. • II loua na %  \SS..C|AI|;|, l-AISTI US AM. IK ORATORR, at It-...m -:;'.. 120 Ulncoln R< id, Miami I.. ...-h. Florida. Inti nd to t.-i ii n in... ;|erk of Hi. 'Ircoll Com i of i. ii Rlorlda DANIEU S AUKAMOWITZ NATHAN '' ir Alt I'll' It I .Attorn*) foi .\ lora NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IH HERRBY tilVEN i i In litloUS 111. I HIAUEAH olTI.Er al I lialeah, Iniemlx to ret; • i name e/IH the <"ieik .,f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. „ Ecu AI:I. | ICK MAN MARX l-Al'.Ei: Ait,.i n. % r..i Applleant Conareaa Bl.lg %  £;.;-\n NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 37139-B In Re: FWTAThV nF l-MMA M. POI'OVICH. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Has Ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Sai.l r.atatee. You. and each of you. ure hareb) notified and required to preaent any i-laiina and demands which >ou. or either of you. may have agalnx! the .stale of EMMA II POPOVICH, deceaaed late of Dade County, F'l< to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offli-ea In the County Courthouse in Dude County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first put.Ih atii.M hereof Bald claims oi .l.-iii.in.Is, to i untain the legal n.|of the claimant and to he awnin '" and i inted aa afot eeald, oi will he harred. Dati Januan L'n. A.D. 13M HARRY /. POPOVICH Aa Exeoutor of the i^st Will ami Testament of EMMA M poi'ovicii MAX R SILVER Attornei for Executor 1/37 — :• 3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 13 HKRKIIY C1VRN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOFBRAU BAR al 172 Clralda Avenue. Coral Oablea. Intends to reglater said nanie with the I'leik of the Circuit Court of IH.de Count v. Florida. MoKltlS KERNXR KE88UER *• %  KRS Attorneys for Applicant 17KJ VV, I lalei tl 1/30-37 — 2/3-10 ""NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 186664 i:\ KI.YN oriNN, Plaintiff. JOHN iji INN. Defendant SUIT FOR OIVORCE •in JOHN QI'INN H'llal I\^i one Mi Ki-i.i Nee v-.ih You me h.-rel.v notifu-d that I i Complalnl for Die. been rued agalnat you and y< quired ol youi Answer or ;..mt i.. eerve Pleading to Ih, Bill ol IM oi the i.i...ni.T Attorney. IO-M" hllS ••. V % % %  Mtarol, iginal Ai or Pleading In the offh • "V 1 ,1 .,f ih. court on oi before ine %  MI, daj %  '' >'•''/•.'" l" d.. s... judgment Hi he ,,,ist you Jemanded In the Bill ••'"' nr j> "•his notice shall be pubtl ,,, I. 'our con live In THE JEWIH1I FUORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. ,U. this rd day of Januar>. A D lSI. Clerk. I B URATHRTRMAN. Clel Circuit Court. lade < ounty, ByJOAN COL'RNOTBR. Depnty cierk. ,t Court K*l) 3/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HERRBY OIVEN that -I.Igned, deeii Ing to %  business under the r %  %  :it %  n i MORTON LEON ARHOnATBK, is I 137 N v\ L'H i HI Miami, Florid ten.is to register swt name with the Clerk ..f t....'in ul| 'i.-it t ol I '.olnty, I'loi Ida. M"l:i<>.\ I.E. IN \> S( .. : VTES, INC BHAPIRO .v PRIED Attorne) f..r Appll. ..nt 130 Ulncoln Road : -I..-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai the undersigned, deelring to engage In Inisiiieaa under the fletltloua i. MADELEINE MOORE, at 127 N. W. 2nd Rl .Miami. Florida. Intends to reglatei S..I.I name uiti. thi Clerh >>f the Circuit Court of Dude Cotintv. Rlorlda MORTON UEON ASS. M'IA Ti-IS. INC SHAPIRO d PRIED Attorne) foi Applh ant tjn i. in. ota Road I 17 1 1-10-17 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 33704-B RE: ESTATE OP MFJUVIN R H1UTZ. I • • • NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE r B |ven tti I filed m> final inal %  %  niatrs .1 MI:,. on the 171 \rnl ..--, CRANK B i" ivruiNO County approval o ,x of i' • Betate of MEUVI l: HIUTZ, ceased This li.ih dg) of .! %  .i E.NOUA HAIL HIUTZ HERBERT II HCTNKR Attorn.-y for Adml I i Ave Miami Bea. h, Pis i i '.UII 27 • A neighbor's child falls out of m free in your back yard. Does your liability insurance provide funds for th* medical bills? for he answer re thi*. or any other insurance ovesffoe SEE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. 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Ir^,v3. 1956 +Jmi*i>n r MlM ie Vows He is Not Anti-Semitic -Only on Occasion Page 13 A Continued frem P0 1 A 0 d by Poujadist candidates in the elecbnaicn Most of Poujade's replies were Kanng the familiar phraseology of the ex1T re i a iins bird who will not expose his Pjj aWS Was his movement tinged with antifc answer was h'e'tTrneVT hia fire at fed*. Without rcj^rd id'Httir religious practices. id not commit himself on the question of the I the chaw by his aides that Jews control h press, hut he promised to take care of the press when he comes to power with a bill that would force newspapers to divulge the source of their financing. He would also limit officialdom to people with a background of at least three genera Uons on French soil. Whaa he attacked Jewish ministers, he s^irf, he wa not denouncing them as Jews but administers. When a-sked whether he would n>flounce antiSemitism, his evasive answer was>rthat raising the issue creates anti-Semitism. He disclaimed racism, pasting the label on those who exalt "a superior and chosen race." Liberal Judaism Discussed Rabbi Morris A. Skopp, of Coral Gables Jewish Center, will be guest speaker at Miami Beach' Israel?" B'nai B'rith lodge luncheon meeting Tusday noon in the National hotel. His subject is "What are the Possibilities for Liberal Judaism in \ [Coulton. son of Mr. and rthan Coulton, will enter f College of Dental at the University of id In September, 1956. Tently a student at the kity of Florida. His fraks Pi Lambda Phi. Picks Mew Rabbi; are Installed M. Rakov-ky. newly apIspiritual loader of Hialeahfcprins Jewish Center, will Friday evening services, An oncg Shabbat will ps of the (enter recently are Kugene Alexander, f[. Dr. Nathan Friedman, president; Yetta Gelvan, Wee president; Bertha [finance secrtary; Lester treasurer ; o f directnr> are Wallace chairman, Maurice Bailine. Berks, David Chart, Yetta |Harry Gordon, Dr. Lester Frank Goodman, Harold land Irving Zitter. Heart Fund Drive Due Here Feb. 14 Greater Miami Wednesday joined with other communities across the nation in declaring war on America's No. 1 killer—heart disease. The February Heart Fund drive, which will be highlighted by county-wide door to door solicitations by volunteer workers Feb. 14 to 19. is .sponsored by the Heart Association of Greater Miami, an affiliate of the American Heart Association. J. N. McArthur, chairman for the 1956 Heart Fund campaign, said the goal for Dade county has been set at $150,000. Dr. Paul Unger, president of the Greater Miami Heart Association, pointed out that heart disease is America's No. 1 health menace. "Heart disease it no respecter of persons. We have learned that it will strike any one from the President of the United States to the lowly bum on the street. Last year heart disease caused the death of 800.000 peopleIn this country, more than all other diseases caused combined. In addition, about 10,000,000 Americans are affected by this disease including at least 500.000 children of school age. "Funds are urgently" needed to carry forward important research studies. The medics) profession is making progress in Ahe war against heart disease and. never has the outlook for victory bean so encouraging as it is now," Dr. Unger explained. m He Won't raeli Concessions #inud from P9 1 A r |,c answerJt w : %  '" "' that pact." Jfat Israel's application to !" cd Statea munitions, sir f Mid Israel'fl request was 'or Washington to decide. Muted the press confer|M I brief message to the pc "i' reaabuj hope ftftructive results may om ,he lop-level Washing*"*sions." Moishe Oysher Will Star at the Cameo %  • Moishe Oysher, renowned singer and actor, co-stars with Joey Adams in "Singing in the Dark" which has its world premiere showing at the Cameo theatre on Thursday, Feb. 9. Joey Adams, popular author, comedian and actor, will appear in person at the Cameo to be master/ of ceremonies on opening night. Others in the cast include Al (double talk) Kelly, Phyliss Hill, Lawrence Tiarnay, Kay Medford and Cindy Heller.' v Joe Soler imroKTEK or AUIGATO* fcooos awd SOUTH AMIRKAH SOUVINHS 215 Lincoln Road 2201 Collins Avenue PHONES JE 4-4330 JE t-3579 MISS PHYLLIS KA7Z Sweet Sixteen for Miss Phyllis Katz Phyllis Katz was honored at a sweet sixteen birthday party Sunday afternoon. Occasion was a luncheon at her home, 1321 14th ter., Miami Beach. Phyllis is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Jacob D. Katz. Guests included Sheila Bronv berg, Anne Marcia Fishbein, Dorothy 'Baumen, Madeline Himmel, Bonnie Kraff. Sandy Caplan, Sandra Gomer, Sheila Weil, Harriet Gans, Robert Rubin, Peggy Vorzimer and Natalie Jervis. Phyllis is a junior at Miami Beach High School, where she is treasurer of Anchor club and a member of National Thespian Society and Future Teachers of America. 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FebruaryJJJSS Jk*i*i> IkriJmn Page 3 A i Trau (left), donor of $25,000 to the Jewish Home for the for the construction of the Gus Trau Pavilion, and son, rid, proudly look on as president Abe Kurman points to a lliminary rendering of the pavilion. Father and son are id members of the Home. Gus Trau is a founder and has in an officer or board member since its opening in 1945. ,000 Gift Spurs iu Pavilion at of the Aged of S25.000 to the Jewish 'for the Vged by 8Ui Trau. ki Beach for the construction |e Gu.Iran Pavilion, a 12onefloor, lireproot motelftructure, v. J> announced taday bj Home president Abe |ao. %  pavilicii will house ambula[ • have private rooms balhs. contain room air condirs and heaters and provide as ( %  like an atmosphere as poswithin an uiNtitutional slips expected that construction gin Mini time in March and ompleted in June. Groundling ceremonies will take during the Home's 11th anImemixT-hip meeting on SunMar 25. rau'-. Liii." Kurman stated, j enabl. • ., to provide [ illj alert resr Vk|, %  quaU] M [ Memorial Pavilion it %  i lilt an equal nui i r of bsdl ^Bed. %  "Mitioi iai fundi become available through gifts and bequests, we shall build additional pavilions until all the old cottages are eliminated. We are determin ed to pioneer in the development of institutional physical facilities as we have in rehabilitative programs." Trau, who resides at 4574 Nautilus dr.. is one of the founders of the Home, and has been an officer or board member since its opening in 1945. He is also one of the leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, of which the Home is a beneficiary agency. Although retired, Trau is still | actively interested in the large neckwear manufacturing and building construction companies in which he has extensive holdings. A former resident of Pittsburgh and New York, he became a winter resident of Lake Worth in 1926 and a year-round resident of Dade county in 1938 1WM. W. LIPSON Afohef Telephone 9-63M 25th Anniversary For Broadcaster Concert honoring the 25th anni%  fy of Jacob Schachter. pio! neer radio broadcaster, will bo 1 held here Su eb. 5, at Miami Bc.1ch Ili^h School Anditorium, Program will feat Un dancing and comedy acts by noted pei formers here. Schachter is locally known for hiYiddish hour program over itadon WMBM. During the past few years, he has assisted the Jewish National Fund in fund raising campaigns through his broadcasts. Pathologist to be Speaker Dr. Maurice Lev, pathologist and director of research laboratories at lit. Sinai hospital, will be guest speaker at the open meeting of the Young-at-Heart group of Temple Beth Shdtom on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 7, in the Temple banquet hall, according to Mrs. George Cohen, chairman. Dr. Lev will speak on "You and Your Heart." "'W.W>VW>'WW'-'-'W-'WWW Retail Kosher Meat Market rwl National Kosher Sausage Co. 230 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI $ QOHA aicAuu of rm .. ANNONNCK MOMNINC KDXI&BAY, n urn \u\ si* | WHAl %  IMCTIgN Of WEU. KNOWN KOSNM IVTCMR *fcei M fnmiut mt All l\m*% eUILT %  A T T I R I I S 6XWBTC onth •'••*••—$7.30 up, .xch. ^RTS ON STARTIR AND GENERATOR REPAIRS *TTERie$ GENERATORS STARTERS d&n (Event c£ %  dtajcl Significance 37ie 4956 JVativmd &nauefauatif 4, 4956 p SPttndau, 3*e6'Mi€€'l9f 5, 4950 at f/ie Jiete f/fctel SPeeit/e 290-J ^cUini Avenue %tei/ ff/tefdeu %MitU*U* cf&oif, Je/e/i/tcei, <{ Jeiin6eta ^ &.**> y/A* <#<„<*,/&.****/ J/u.&anMinQ.&lceteve/r a/ffau—i Qi-M*n Patta/A &*nc4ft> {Jty tHvi/m/n.n cn/y) i. Mia M/MSK/vet Jfnauau^al ^cnfelence wmmtmMm 4544 fyiabJtingfon Avenue jsJspjww $4t*hHM 44887 • $stf*AAon 84325



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Page 12 A ^^+*s&&0m. Rabbi Stern to Appoar fit February Radio Sorios Association of Florida Rabbis Wednesday revealed that Rabbi Tihor Stern, spiritual ltader of Beth Jacob Congregation. wiR -appear over station WGBS in the second of a frtuT-lerttire per month •Series starting Sunday, Feb. 5; 9:18 a.m. The series, to be held throughout the year and featuring a different rabbi each month, is spontored by the association. January lecturer was Rabbi Joseph Narot, ,,i [, mpk Israel. Rabbi Stern will begin the Febpuarj series with a discussion of "Torah Remaining three lectures at the time will be: Feb. 12—".Holi Bess;" Feb. 19 — "Prayers;" and Fab 26—"Halachah." UARN TO „ WHY ewry •.. wfc^ •anry of ethers? JO ^ • %  S43, tmqht bf ^^J tf Ultrwtton. r | LH*. ORIENTAL POOH, Stock Your Fount.!,, —3 Pool. Wlt |, M^BS" CNINESI and JArMWt L IXOTIC AMMMM? 122 Minorca AveTceriT Ph n HI 1.218, V^^W\. k Ne, Jtuiol i vrni New Owner,,;. T CERAMIC $wn INSTRUCTIONS Itft Ph. M-1M1 J* 1965 BISCAYNE I0*r J Charter is signed by Judge Grady Crawford for a non-profit, non-sectarian Bikur Cholim Convalescent Home here. Stcnding left to right) are Abraham Kugler, Mrs. Rose Swartz. Morris Zitter, vice president: Mrs. Zitter, president; Harold Turk, legal advisor; Mrs. Eve Leopold vice president: Mrs. Milton Yatfe. membership chapman; Vickie Roe publicity chairman; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, advisory chairman; Mrs. Kay Shapiro, treasurer Purpose of the institution is to provide facilities for recuperation following severe illness. AJCommittee Views Jewry's Problems at Meet -S £OTdf i* TZZmZTA l rsent pmt ing the Jewand abroad Shuster Kur..p,an .1 >; wer tion by the Amenrector of the AJi who urn e, h rU .mmittees 49th anfrom Ufa headquarter la Pans, and AJC rja! meeting in the Hot i moDr M Y**upsky, So in New York Friday. erican director, wh i >• by DR. GEORGE I. KEFFER ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF HIS DENTAL OFFICES fi ISO NX fits STREET MIAMI SHORES • 9990 N.E. SECOND AVENUE, MIAMI SHORES (Melffliimm Lift fasarawce Rwi/dinq; Plata I-5S7I ELEVATM trnoski, Jr of Bo>ton. in behalf. Ircssea were also made Irving M Engel. AJC president. ; Waiter N Rothschild."chairman Buenos and Jacob Blaustein. AJC honorary j, (he board ol Abraham & Straus, Others uhaddressed the meetpre>lde nt who I recently U I Brooklyn was chairman of the ing were Kalph K. Samuel, investLS delegate to the Cnited Na three-dav meeting for AJC. ments, chairman ol AJC S admini,. Attending the meeting ..dele tratne board former Federal from the Greater Miami an-;, Judge Simon II Itiikind. chairman v ., Harold Spaet, president ol ,,i the executive board. Benjamin 10th General Assembly. SQUARE DEAL SERVICE and and Mr ~ J, Buttenwieser, and l>r John Slawson, executive vice president Mr. local chapter, Mr %  d Fleeman, Col. .in Rood, Day .1 Apte and lour Samet. Southeast area di 0| ,he AJC rector. Judge Learned Hand, widely reSouth Dade Center Picks Building Site Productive plans are in the oil design the buildings on a -even il i ior South Dade Jewish I enter, and one half acre site on Kendall which meetregularly at the South dr off Hed rd. Community Hall. Architect hmanue! Abraben. for T rlj associated with Morris Lapi ol Eden Hoc and Fontaine ill fame. ha> been retained to In Loriny Memory DORA S0G0L0W COWEN BELOVED MOTHER OF Manuel and Harold Betty and Rosalind GRANDMOTHER OF Sheldon, Stephen and David It is new three years since we have lest you but your memory will remain in our hearts forever. Membership committee launched ittirst drive Saturday at Hillel House on the University of Miami campus. The KingNew Spectacle." an original playlet by Mickey Gittelson, produced by Terry Reamer, was presented. FR GlDAIRE SALES 4 SERVICE Specializing in repairs all makes refrigerators electric rangesand automatic washers. Special Ratei for Owners 200 N.W. 22nd Ave. Nlwton 4-7611 I % % L Dresses of Distinction By Outstanding Monufocturers Atroctively Priced MIAMI INVESTIGATORS SUITE 207 PLAZA BUILDING Day and Night Phone 82-6978 Civil, Criminal and Insurance Investigations. Alexander Stolfi and Avery Wilhelm. Director*. Panel Show Saturday Eve Miami Hebrew School and Congregation conducted an "I've Got a Secret" panel show and dance for seventh, eighth and ninth graders on Saturday evening. Jan 28, according to Bernard A. Welkind, youth activity director. LIBERAL LOANS ON Diamonds & Watches CMiaieU fiiwi 0. til htesKlMM' Coili 11>< Diomwndi S Gold Borneo UnttM H Slate .1 Mmu CONGRESS LOAN COMPANY II .rtiici But -ill Nl -.!. |a (XqnsiA (Jum STUDIO 1230 Lincoln Road Apt. 3 Miami Beach-Ph. JE 8 0202 a n n o w n r # m v n t ... 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. February .^ jlH. >Jmis*nr*a*m U.S. Leaders Crowd Near East Conference in Capitol Continued from Pag* 1 A nitions to Egypt. The conference, j concluding two days of deliberaarea of the world. The incursion lions, went on record as opposing of Soviet influence, with the eon-1 any Plan for peace in the Middle East which would involve the territorial dismemberment of the State of Israel, holding that it would have the same catastrophic implications as the sacrifice of > sequent increases of tension between Israel and her Arab neighbors, the '."scandal" In England over the shipment of surplus war material to the Mid East, and the absence of a coordinated policy 'Czechoslovakia to Hitler, have combined to face Western EBAN URGES U.S. ARMS policy makers with one of the | n ne declaration adopted, the toughest situations they have faced conference urged that "in the since the breakup of the "Grand! forthcoming talks between PresiAlliance" following World War II. j dent Eisenhower and Prime MinFor Israel, the current situation krter Eden, we urge our Governil thought by many to be the most %  nient to make it unequivocally i crucial since the founding of the| c | ear that we will not participate State. Her unfriendly neighbors,! i n any program which requires the newly armed and increasingly bel-' truncation or mutilation of Israel," ligerent, have taken the stage as | The conference also called upon objects of spirited bidding by that "it is of paramount urgency that Israel's defenses be strengthened, especially in the air, in order to maintain her basic military deterrent and thus preclude a conflict in the Summer of this year." The delegates were warned by Dr. Nah'.im Goldrnann. chairman of the Jewish Agency, that thero is "no probability that either the United States or France will soon send arms to Israel." Dr. Goldrnann declared that "the shapers of American policy are men of _^___^ Page 9 A Israel's action, even on such action that has been described as dot mental to Israel's own interests and complicating a dangerous situation." In reference to views expressed by the State Department sources in the,past, Dr. Goldrnann said that "some people in the State Depart ment are preoccupied day "and night with Nasser's mood. Salem's whims and the vagaries of the Arab public. I do not criticize them for this preoccupation," he I _9ph J. Huiwitz, of UniverSJ Miami faculty, has been jiated for membership in [ational Society of Biblical ature and Exegisis. Nomiin was made recently by Robert H. Pfeiffer. chairof Department of Semitic jges at Harvard UniverIan Marsh is Monday iii's newest department store toe of the most modem in the Jordan Marsh, will open %  MH Monday, ited at Hiscayne blvd. and |tian Causeway, Jordan Marsh, is also America's newest (Miami's most fabulous and pete department store. rtal opening ceremonies will I in the Ka.-t Patio entrance, ling at lu a in. >mi Mayor Randall Christmas llevision star Hal March will honti a host of celebrities exist the openinK. i-rar parking lot is avail[to Jordan Marsh patrons. A, al pre -opening period for Jorifarsh charge account holders hedult .1 lor Friday and Saturpl this week. ihruth Solution II Being Sought [Local Situation elopments continued this •long the kashruth front." [the Greater Miami Jewish •tion sun in the process of | to coordinate into a unified "tion all existing Vaadim, P* id other meat and poul"Tcias here. M Sidney Hollander was to |*mved m Miami late Wedto participate in a meetfederation offices, with i3g on> ey Irving Cypen acting !" n of the Federation ef*hile, the Kosher Butchers f •* Dade County continued its c picketing of Congregation [Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave., and leader Rabbi Joseph Rack thos world's major power blocs. Faced with the tremendous task of forging a viable economy while maintaining her vigilance in a hostile area, the Jewish State must now fake added measures to meet a more potent threat. Against this background of impending crisis, the presidents of 17 major American Jewish organizations convoked a national emergency conference here last week to consider the present Israel sitution, issued a declaration calling for a United States security treaty to safeguard Arab-Israel peace and for the sale of arms to Israel to balance the flow of Communist mu_^g. ovsky who, as director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, supervises the kosher meat department of the Food Fair chain here. Other picketing against hotels and dining establishments with kosher catering departments was also reported carried out by the Hebrew Butchers Workmen and Allied Trades of South Florida, Local Union 643. AFL-CIO. It was understood here that George Pfaffendorf, union business manager, has been contacting these establishments in an effort to unionise their staffs. Late Wednesday. The Jewish Floridian learned that a group of independent Miamians had several weeks ago engaged a recognized investigating agency, which reported information revealing the names of kosher butchers in the Greater Miami area—both members and nonmembers of the Dade County Kosher Butchers Guild—who have purchased and sold non-kosher meat here. According to The Jewish Floridian, some of these butchers are presently under rabbinical supervision. At press time. The Jewish Floridian was trying to obtain permission to publish the investigating agency's findings, but permission was denied, and the information was unobtainable. the State Department to inform the Arab diplomats in this country that anti-Jewish propaganda activigood will and honest intent, but. commented, "but they would acunfortunately, they have vacillated ; cruc no harm if they showed also too long, they have lacked deteri some concern for the mood of Ben mination. they have surrendered Gurion. the feelings of Sharett and to hesitation and it is up to the j the temper of Israel's public opir.American people now to instruct ion. It would be well for the State them in the course of strong and Department to recall that an imfearless action. If the American portant change has occurred in the people wills it, the State Depart destiny of a considerable traction ment will do its will." He stressed that "we. must not confound con sideration of Israels request for ties aimed at setting American arms with the meeting of this re against American would not be tol. erated. It protested a ;ainst Arab boycott operations and the denial of visas to American Jews by certain Arab League states. The five hundred delegates to the emergency conference were "alarmed people" had not acted with "sober judgment, sweet reason and psychological restraint." He affirmed that "I, for one, shall told by Ambassador Abba E. Eban not presume to pass judgment on of the Jewish people. The Israelis may dies in battle but they will not wait to be massacred." Throughout his address. Ambas( l ucst |sador Eban returned again and Dr. Goldrnann condemned as again to the urgency and primacy "moral hypocrisy" a policy of withof arms for the defense of Israel. holding aid to Israel because an SPARKMAN ASSAILS ADMINISTRATION Sen. John J. 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febnxaiyy-J. 3, 1956 Elaine Malbin, lene Conley Will at Emanu-EI +Jewi<*nri 4tori Page 5B Ciiful young Klaine Malbin Metropolitan tenor Eugene jll .-tar in concert ditftr [ evening Fob. 8, f>r Lffhood ol Temple Emanulartists will be presented in cmplf auditorium, 1701 We., at 8:30 p.m. i i the religious In was seen recently I i Doretta Morrow |. .HI -Kismet." She enthusiasts from her M appearances on television kdio. notablj on "Voice of [,. M d i BS and NBC pro. L I "Traviata" and "Pagli\. New York City opera, Lmpheil in Don Giovanni," LB" and "Love for Three ican born and ha' enjoyed unusual suesince 1950 ovations greetfollowing bifl debut in Faust" at the Metropolitan Optra, and he Was re engaged by Milan's I.aScala Opera to open its 1951 season, (thereby becoming the first IXmencan train(I tenor to 'launch a LaScala season. Lsical evenj ot this char. I .m annual tradiTemple F.manu-EI's SisHeading the patrons' Itee arc general chairmen |hfcrm;iii Kaplan, with Mrs. erlimittcr. Mrs. I. M. Boderftd MrMax Bauer. I diaii men for the geni mmittee are Mrs. Hari Mrs Joseph AbelMrA. A Hothstein. ding the concert, the Sisentertain at dinner I tel Dinner chairMrWilliam RubenstelB. <•' Mil lith Jewish Women Will Expand Program MISS ELAINE MAIBIN National Council of Jewish Women is planning to expand its volun1 teer leisure time program at the i Jewish Home for the Aged. New volunteers at the Home will be trained for this work in two workshop sessions to be held at 10 [ Beth David Adult Series Counts Diversified Courses Opening session of the second: semester of Beth David Institute; of Jewish Adult Studies was held Wednesday evening. Among courses offered are Ele mentary Hebrew, Siddur (Prayer Book) Reading and Content, Survey of Jewish History, Pathways Through the Bible, The Life Cycle of the Jew and Judaism as a Way of Life. Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, spiritual leader of Beth David, under whose direction the Institute is held, has enrolled a corps of instructors which includes Louis Gadon, Isadora Dickman, Louis Goldberg and Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz. a.m., Monday, Feb. 6, and Monday, Feb. J3, in the library of the Home. For the past year, volunteer workers of the Council of Jewish Women have been going to the Home regularly and offering group activity leadership in such diversified areas as arts and crafts, newspaper editing, English classes, mu sic and card playing. Other volunteers have made friendly visits to the sick, written letters, offered transportation when needed and assisted in the Home office. As the program has expanded, the interests of the residents in the Home have been stimulated, and for this reason there are now openings for new volunteers and a need for more activities. Chairman is Mrs. Leo Alpert. Compare TETLET TEA with any other brand 41* ST1CET • MMMt 1UCH PALAl\tiK a K THE FINEST IN ITAUAN-AMlltKAN CUISINE Carrying on a tradition in Italian Food in Neopolitan Fashion In an Old World Setting Florentine Bar & Lounge 167th STREET of* COLONS AVENUE Onen Nightly 4:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Rei. Phone 116-9240 •FAMOUS tiNCI 1137 then Compare TETIEY TEft with any other brand *w*t Rabbi Jacob Cohan Guaranteed Kosher— _^ 0mm "+ia t I PHONE JE 1-5*6* CATERERS LINCOLN MANOR EELr On I h a Oca SERVING 7 COURSE KOSHER DINNER from $1.65 Catering For Alt Occasions All CONDITIONED LOWEST POSSIBLE PIKES Under ftobbin.cof Supervision ol Vaod Hakathralh of Agvdalh hratl Babbi I. N. Irer, oirecfor Fraa Porfcimj ON Premises 2 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH 'Uttvaejjs, IININO ROOM ELEGANT DINING ie Continental Manner tonally supervised by Rene Black BELA BIZ0NY His Continental Ensemble Kmi.tiKwi it mil" 'ontaineDiea^ Mtt ld Cll


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February 3. 1958_ + UiUik*kfr>r "* Page, 11 B X" l <* M. UO iUNC fell Eyes imission Post ni automobile dealer Stacy I. Wedne.-day announced his icy for county commissioner District 4. ting lived in Miami since nd watched with deep interlarge population growth relopment here. I am deeply ned with the shortsighted US .mil lack of imagination locally," Rowell said in ng he has filed to enter the Irian i. fll declared he is "concernthe management policy of >pital anil welfare departI" addirti thai he iagainst P-il %  meetings, as a result ch th'.besl interest* of all [iDie an not served." 5.C., 42 yean I moved to Branford, In the Suw.mee river when lbs old. He attended prpc L'nivi rsitj and moved 1 county in 1935, Rowell js ier of the American Legion Vi ti rans i : Foreign Wars. president and owner of lowell Motor-. Inc.. and is .i> serving bis fourth term %  derit of the Miami Used pbile Dealers \--oeiation. served two terms as prcsithe Florida Independent bile Dealers Association I eted in October, 1955, |nt of the National Inde|t Automobile Dealers Asso\\\ if pavt president of the iVista Exchange club, memthe Redlands District Lions B<1 the Silver Palm Metho% urch. lides at Quail Roost dr.. 12 from Homestead, with his he former Virginia Wagner, pr three children. Paula, 14, 6. and Robert, 10 month-. Dr. Leo Young Will Install Rabbi Stern Dr. Leo Jung^ spiritual leader of the Jewish Tenter of New York will be guest speaker at the inntanV lation banquet of Rabbi Tibor IT. Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, on Sunday, Feb. 19, at the Empress hotel. Dr. Jung is an internationally acclaimed writer and lecturer and has assumed leading roles in the work of the Joint Distribution Committee and United Jewish Appeal. David Whitman is chairman of the banquet committee. Master of ceremonies will be Malvin Engender, Miabi Beach attorney. blackstone florist %  avail from 13th street ... to 414 16th STRUT I iff, Washington) Speakers Due 'iddisher Forum Yirifli.ii, Forum will hear pkers in a lecture Saturday at Kneseth Israel fnngre1 Korn, poet and novelist. ruch Shefner, columnist for pi Bail) Forward, will di panmscence! Warsaw and recently published by Dr er Mukrioni. Jukdoni. a noted eritic of P.and theater, has been If ami Beach his home for | few >, Ptojer Forum is a week bL, G reater Miam pninuttee. COLORED CHAUFFEUR-VALET SEEKS POSITION. Chauffeur's License. Graduate Barber's College. CALL FR 4-3337 HYPNOTISM TAUGHT (Ph.D) Psycho Therapy and Neurotic Problems Evenings 4 to 7 Phone MO 6-2108 ETHEL N. TAKCE • literary Agent • Public Steno 420 LINCOLN RD. • Notary • Translator JE 8 8600 liH-oitH' Tax HXiirns LICENSED S2 up 1317 N. Miami Avo. Fa 4-3045 FORMER REVENUE AGENTS LICENSED TO PREPARE TAX RETURNS, Bookkeeping Service, reasonable rates. 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Everglades Oil Land Development 901 Congress Bldg. FR 3-730: South Florida Real Estate Institute PREPARE FOR NEXT REAL ESTATE EXAM with former Commission Representative and Miami Attorney formerly of U. of Flo. Law Professor. Call 9-0607. TOM SPAGNOLO Fine Custom Tailor Formerly with Arthur Cohen Fifth Avenue. New York City 1454 LENOX AVENUE Off Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-3423 lucie's Health Massage Studio MASSAGE C010NICS STEAM BATNS Resident Caffs — Aff Appointments Day Time Only 417 41st ST.. M'AMI BEACH Phone JE 8-7760 Get Your Plans Drawn for Permit 4810 S.W. 69th AVE. PHONE MO 6-4356 Mid-Miami Beach •NEW BEACH MARINE BLDG. 1900 PURDY AVENUE Zoned far light Industry Near Bay, 2 blocks N. of Venetian Causeway. Elevator service — pril vote bathrooms. Extra heavy wirAir conditioning optional. 'ng REAL ESTATE EXAMS SALESMEN $10. Brokers $20. Simpli. fled homestudy course. Questions, answers, arithmetic. Why fail and wait 3 months for new exam ARTHUR E. 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+Jeistncrid&£_ Page 2 B JrMoy. February 3 avoritcs MAKEMRITMR^ Sweetbreads Served for Luncheon Make an Unusual 'New Look' Dish By LEAH LEONARD Here's a suggestion for a special luncheon dish thai DM proved very popular with many of our readers Wc know because the) writ* and told us so, when it was printed many months ago. Now comes a request from Harmon on Hudson. N. Y.. for -weetbreads, and here it is: SWEETBREADS LUNCHEON DISH (serving 6) • %  eetbi. i.. ( .' -i ti •-;ilt ••si ni I. r vtgetablttahlesi na linn Hhortenl i ann< i i>ln< di;; ii'i %  > m\ rinur „„ pepix : ring* 1 IMIIII-: n I ; %  "' Cook sweetbreads in cold water to cover, adding salt and lemon iuice or vinegar. Bring to %  quick boil reduce heat to .1 moderate boil and cook 1.") to 20 minutes Drain thoroughly in ;i colander. As n -icool enoumembrane and cut cooked sweetbreads into inch r -m:.ller. Melt th be ued in the c reads, stin Lift Dip thi nd brown in the fat m frying pan. out the browned slices and place each on a slice ol Deborah Society Schedules Meet in Beach Restaurant Regular meeting of Deborah Tu 1 ere ilosis Society will he held on Tuesday, Feb. 8. at Foo Manchn's Luncheon will be served at 12 \ noon. Mrs. Louis Cohen is hostess, President is Mrs Louis Levy. toast from h.eh the corner* I lt or on top ot a Holland Rush Top with a ring of gi pepper, cut in two to >pre.ul ti „ uu r riB • Kill pepper with the prepared sweetbrj These can be arranged on a serving platter or on individual serving plates Now heat the syrup from canned pineapple. Combine cornstarch with grated lemon rind and just enough odd water to blend. Stir into rup ami cook over low heat till thickened about 3 minutestirring till clear Spoon thisauce o\er top ol sweetbread cubeinside pepper rings and garnish with slivered almonds Just before servm-. Keep hot tor best results. Pickles, pimiento stuffed olives, radish roses, watercress, etc. may he u-ed as additional uiani-h tor thione plate luncheon. In a la: DOWl place I M Uil lettuce then the other listed I .he French Drc htl) with sa lyonnaise .0 which sliced olive has been added for a serw-youTselJ salad ^ ( H ,. r ea Up for beautifying the simplest 01 cupcakes: HONEY-NUT TOPPING W p tnc top ot each cupcaki wanned honey then in finch chop pod almondOT pecan-. Turn >l<> h until top 1covered with the Chopped mits Place on -crv.ng plate. On top of each place a red ,„ %  ureen mara.-lu.no chen> with ,h,n -liverof the opposite color to simulate two or three leaves Fashion fiesta luncheon tot Women $ America* 0T p ari \mcr.can Airways provided South American country oUchcs ol authenticity for the Fashion Fiesta Luncheon this week ot a musical fashnon show an( | review -n..nsored by the Great„ M.anu chapter of umns "T;Z 'Sane a> backgrouSfKrS in ( l nags from all the Latin and event. South American the stage. The annual luncheon wnoonFeb 1 intheBdsTa Yolanda, Lat, n AmericT entertained with songs **> Uroae am | Were < M chair Treat yourself to delicious] coffee-.and sleep, too! TW v • Compare the flavor New Kosher Instant $•**• Coffee It oil coffee. pu' coffee, blended and roasted to perfection. Comport it* delicious floor with your preienl coffee. >>J ^CHEFS SALAD DELUXE (serving 6> %  %  %  : 1 %  Oompare the sleep When you drink Koskct 1 Inilant Sonka. yoHj sleep belter. To Mil belter oil doy. drink if ior break'ojt and IMOVI It's Cat(einPori"-J 97% ol the hod trsome coffin ksJ been rtaottd. DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk Milk Products" Docro Protected TEL FR 4-2621 Greater Miami Delivery LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products have Rabbinical Supervision EVERYONE LOVES... MJWSTBROS. BREAD Good Any Time ^m THE BREAD "5 NATURALLY GOOD* V/MNA 'BOHEM/ANRYE'PUMPERNICKEL FREA/CH S/PEAD EGG TWISTAUGUST BROS, BREAD <; W H" V • R ; c T PICKLED, ^00DidJJJ^ uausivi omtieurots or J U IJ oM COASTLINE PROVISIOH CO, *j 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH HERMAN PEAIl PHONES: ASS?



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Page 14_A_ v.lpri&IMsK&Lzz* /"da yFebru^j MELTON WWWM^ ich his own government of Commun ist intrigue has returned to Ci i the new Russii equipped Egyptian army. H( Lt. Col. Khaiii! Mohieddin. On May 4. 1954. Egyptian Pre : mier Nasser's Minister of National Guidance publicly linked Col. Mohieddin with a 'conspira!>t;an officer to 0\ throw the Nn-scr regime introduce Communism, it was alleged that most of the conspirators were in the armored cavalry corps commanded by Col. Mo! din. He was implicated, lost Ml command, and was dismissed as a member of Egypt< ommand uii Aa form of polite exile. he was sent abroad to serve a.in embassy military attache. The Colonel was personally recalled by Nasser who -till claims Egypt is buying arms-rather than ideafrom the Soviet bloc. Mohieddin"s con)-, branded subversive by the Nasser junta I day is receiving Stalin tankIt ibeing trained bj Communist \ i ... He. I :din iEgyptian Inti Polici N -'""• llu I of Mun-;er of Interior. The Nasser junta ian od lection of extremeists Of the right and left Nasser bin time belonged to the 1 enshirt animation was known bed v, rid War D as th pt" party It was "ti working to link Egypt with the Hitler Mo Righti-tand leftists of the Egyptian junta find common ground in bostilit} toward farsel, extreme nationalism, ar.H tevei i" n Januarj S i %  was the Zionist-controlled which magnified thispec"it pre-fl^,,. .*.<*/ UiOttA.•,,,,*: MARJORIE MORNINGSTAR. By Doubleday and Co. $4.95. Herman Wouk. 565 fty HILARY MINDLIN Prizewinner Herman Wouk's latest novel, holding down the number two spot „n the Pulitzer Morningstar, the imagination ol the B ,. st M]et |, |sl in the 20th week of its run for the monev. m Xmer: n ow found its way into a good many homes. Already a mass & T))i | tian Governmenl 0 pi n i O n has sent clouds of controversy scudding across the shu unit on to SB) 'hat was %  Z ionist" nmunism -untenable It si > mu-t distinguiab between the and the wicked and rise I deceit -o ato -hare with other pescemakii "• in their struggle I""' the Mturc of mankind. The) should not remain, a'he Zionists de-; isolation and therefore be easily ,1 raw n into tin hterhouse so thej "ii offer th,.,, %  annon loddt i bavin i their wealth aa price for the wei luring into the aggressive allian* NATHAN ZiPRIN — Dr. Weizraann Bust Commands Top Spot in Truman Office The New Yorker recently ran an article telling of a visit to the office of former President Truman on the occasion of the pub lication of the first volume of his Memoirs. Mr. Truman uncomplainingly spent a whole day autographing the volume at the rate of several a minute for thousands ol purchasers. The article goes on to tell of a bust of Chaim Weizraann standing in Mr. Truman's office. Truman must have received hundreds of similar mementos. The fact that the Wi mann bu-t ione of the few to inofi I tor lilt Truman haa U rider sp • %  .. Israel n i thai Mr. Tr imai U uii |j 1 in the Hel Hi We have no doubt that were Tru man to visit Israel and autograph Hebrew copies of his book, he would have as but) a day in Jer-u-alcm or Tel Aviv ahe had in Kansas City. Tin reporter for the New Yorker queried Truman with reI to the Arab-Jewish situation and Truman replied that "the Araband .leware COUfUH and. like cousins, hate each other." This haa kind of Shavian touch. We suspect 'hat Mr. Truman was not seeking to make a definitive' diagnosis, but there ian element ... truth in it Arab-, like all o| i vei teresi k tiv %  I Lebanon, a very large percentage in that country, certainly don't like the Arab lioslenu who like to doininat them. The Drusem Syria would prefer the .lewIn their Arab masters \ Cotholic nun m Nazareth in conversation with a UN expert recently told of the great water miracle which the Jews had wrought in Nazareth, a miracle incidentally that was accompli-hed with an assist from Israel bondXI'RA LASKY — Question of Sole Jurisdiction in Israel The question of the sole juris diction of Israel state courts over criminal offenses ito be the subject of a bill which the government is preparing for eventual submission to the Knesset. This was announced in Parliament recently, following a motion by General Zionist member Josepp Sahpir to limit the authority of courts of honor and similar tribunals to disciplinary charges and such offenses that are not punishable under the laws of the land, but may be so under the codes of individual bodies. In other democracies no organization would dream of "taking the law into its own hands" and of meting out justice to a person who may have run away with the safe or been proven corrupt or have committed some misdeed. But-with the Israelithis particular practice stems from the pre-state period and certain countries of the diaspora, when Jews distrusted the ruling authorities, and rather than commit an offender to a hostile or, at best, unfriendly, court of law, would set up their own courts, usually complete with prosecutor, defense counsel and the "bench." But these times are over. Israel has a well disciplined and capable police force and courts of justice which enjoy the highest reputation for their fairness and independence, and it is part of HtKMAH WOUK TbOKdl Mona Theme IMI #l# M ff U iff? Z — Writer Feels That Talking Can be Very Interesting the function of the state to try whoever ialleged to have run away with the cashbox. However, like so many other practices, the pre-state internal tribunals have cotntinued to exist, and all sort of institution.-, -uch as the Histadrut. political parties, kibbutzim, the Jewish Agency, big industrial enterprises and other bodies, still bring suspects of criminal offenses before their ofn investigators and courts, and j Recently, some one in Washington got the idea of aften don't hand over the files to ] finding out what diplomats talked about at cocktail the police. Seldom do such cases | parties. After some intensive if not extensive reget any publicity, and usually j search, he found that only about 75 percent of the there are rumors some time later | talk was devoted to the various categories of what that so-and-so had been fired from < might be broadly be described as gossip. 15 percent the job he had held for a long i W* of a more serious nature science, art finance time, expelled from a kibbutz tan \ —and only 10 percent was devoted to politics utter disgrace) or—sometimes, if Reading the results of the uuvey, a Tel Aviv news a prominent personality—moved! Paperman got busy and began a similar inquiry to some other job, and maybe on about ,he talk of ,he fl ""eign diplomat* at the Israeli cocktail part itTe results were quite dilfcrcnt among the diplomats at Israel cocktail part.ei„ Israel, it seems the poll tical problems of Israel the Middle Ka-t and the world at large took up fully 60 percent of the conversation of the diplomats. 15 percent was devoSfl The Volunteers Organization, a 12L*SI gPl* I 8 *"***" *" to the bunch of stude „ts and mm^HFZ^JEZTll T^ *"* -ens who firs, se, ou, to help'^^ ~..^1^. %  People who attend the diplomatic eocktail p. rtk?ls m Washington fc why -hould tlw, laik 1( ... ^ slp ,„ Tel Aviv and Jerusalem than 0 | | a Morningstar." My own feeling is that the book -ays m* than i-upcrficially obvious that we are mostly a || shine Sidneys), pretending to be different while moving steadily toa goal, a good business, a good marriage, a house ID the i children, furniture, clothes. And that each young generation^, to break from the traditions and authority of its parents, only| itself those same parents when time has turned around-duH i securely bound in the orbits of middle-class materialism wfc Wouk -o brilliantly satin/. Hut lying under all the entertainment and wit and peekiMj odd moments from the wide skirts of Mr. Wouk's irony arej ( ol statements about art and tradition which represent tome: of the book Stan with Msrjorie, for instance. Prettier, more i than most girlshe is -ure her destiny lies apart from her eai parents thai it lies in the stars, if you will. Yet even in ssertion, in her choice of a name which is to be intensely i to her ol all her aspirations, Marjorie moves no further away I tradition than a simple transference to "modern" \alues: lit to Morningstar All the old roots are still there; only the changed. And like the bright and brief morning star, Marjone's itransient. Daylight, with ill its reality and plain value*, nd dimher out. or take Noel Airman, the high-flying Bohemian who as Mai i lie a> the whole magic world of art and unconventioa. name change iIS revealing. From Saul to Noel: a revolt tradition, but also a complete retention of another. Ehrmann t just tells you his roots are as intact as ever. Perhaps themMj tint clueto Noel am spoken by Mike Eden: "He's as orthodox i own father, Marjorie, in his fashion, but he doesn't knou it. ing the dust of orthodoxy out the front door, and never seen in again at the back door, settling down in somewhat different| The vilest insult you can hurl at them is to tell them they something Nor is Noel, of course, a true exponent of art. He has i impairment, a withered arm. deformed as any art which ittradition is deformed. It is noteworthy that Marjone nod arm again at the moment she is about to yield to his termsanij ,,ii.,n with him. and that her yielding scars her for. never yield to art without losing some of its own value. Mike Eden, whose contact with Marjorie does more tl e to return her to her "Shirley fate," seems to signify ai the collective Jewish conscience, which Wa idying out Eden believes that his destiny is to i one i r Horn destruction by Hitler.'' and that h so He SB) -. 'Most people can't it i I, panicky, supercilious, mean tempered en mi ome nee red aerpust ing Msrjorie, I'm pretty : ithina < [ % %  Perl %  < f<*< the tradil I QM world, mu brand of their wh .i k. \for Wi ox Wronken. the writer, be is the r< hero of*j the onlj always true to himself He loved I the valu mbodied; he lost her by bowing to the ooet materialism, which wawrong. Nor could he triumph warr art (atuiot triumph over tradition, but must spring from it. ren to it. and hold its image forever in reverence. It comedown rather clo-ely to Thomas Mann's theme, mu-t look to the world in which it lives for strength, and hasaid it VSTJ well, very well indeed. a higher level. Frequently, however, meh courts would be tougher than the state courts, and often there was no appeal. hshed state. Or maybe there is something* that is different. I could more easily understand it it that the diplomats talked more in W*^ that they talked differently. The csuw opens up the speech pores. lbc 0 *? n ,i Israel encourage conversation lalk "Jf -u] with many people there as photograpoji collecting are hobbies in Amenc tt *l photography and stssnp collecting see" 1 popular hobbies in IsrseJ. too.) become a very intereS know a man who prepares for it to as absorb immigrants and endeavors became involved in muckracking." have long been clamoring for an end of the institutional tribunals, asserting that often culprits got away lightly, and that it was unfair to have two kinds of justice. n Washington' tie" *vb^h d,ffCrrm,y ^ '^ ""* P tev Maybe the w.ne and cognac of R„hon ,s less Prone ,„ produce g p lhan ^ Qn J %  "£ Another rea.on might be th.t pol ItlCh s ^^ !£ *m a young growing state than m u>£j£. Talking can netunre • •. — aw a man who prepares for it to tne ^ thouKh photography or painting *er* Before he goes to a Ulkfest at hic "^ us say. some political problem to tx bones up in the Manchester Guardian. -^j York Times. London Spectator and so oa one thing, he is prepared to challenge i-^ pared to take any side of a 1 uesUon 'J| that when he is through, he feels as twv had a good workout and he sleeps like that. ^^ I am not sure that I can recommend; It seems to me this is taking a hot*f and one of the prime requisites of > should be taken lightly. A hobby Most people, f think, do relax when doctor* sssomasond it for relaxauaa sac



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8B ^i$tJ9**g*L rridcy.FebnM Top Social Function at Upton Home To Plan for Over-the-Top Action been appointedIco-chwr, be Miami Beach Sopnsor* u„eW in behalf of the G ; ^ rf ^ which „,. 1 Jewh Appeal J*2Jwd1 with the Mia will be host to a olunteered mi Beach women on r, Feb. 14. at her h B63S Allison rd. \! V F vpen Si" hod. chair Aaron H ,H P^ „ womenorgamzauonal work Ham Feuer h gen, Chaikm Harr> Kon : nans world are unique, -aid Mrs. The Me aam mi. conducted b> a Heart ^ ( Team." typifiW *1he Stn • Ml l tl n smith. Benjamin lion of Greater Ml Subin. George Talianoff, Carl en n this humanitarian caus. v v Mai Weiti and M-nuner exactly the same time today, at op E W M And Miami-Gables Ladies Eye Their Responsibilities at Bay Heights Meet chel P Miller 4311 Granada Wvd., i ral Gables Appointed to aid Mrs Feingold m the direction of the important" fund raisii pn gram will be Mrs Meyi r A. Baskin, sen inj as c mander ol the "Heart Team Second only in importance to the Patron's Tea sponsored by the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division, the Sponsors' event iexpected t" attract several hundred landing women leaders from Miami and I oral Gablea areas lest ol honor and principal ker at the Sponsors' even! will be S. Robert tbrahami, brilliant young Israeli industrialist and one ol his country's most forceful and live personalities Aii ministrative director of the Yuval Gad Pipe Manufacturing Companj near Ashkalon, Abrahami has shouldered tremendous re over the past fe*. not onlj as Indus' trial executive but as leader ol a verj -mi -i --ml immigrant al lion program which transformed a : North • i -killed mechanics and t< MRS. MOC FEINGOLD MS. 'rMi %  mi ichairman ol S be held Tuesdaj aften 14. at the home ol MrMitReservations Mount for Banquet --at. i^oh (-onsregation WedThe. affair in honoi Beth Jacob Congregation Wed da v counted some 250 reservations I;; 1 \ SJuet honoring its spiritual 1( ..„ k r Habbi Tihor Stern. „ ; .„,i Whitman, chairman of the ,,,,.,,„,, committee, rcvealc. that ^nanj prominent persons In local ernment, as well aa numerous spiritual leader., will be among at the function." | t w The affair in honor <* %  Stern is scheduled Feb. u Kmprera hotel. Sonntaj Caterers will he in thai* -i dinner T Whitman said that Dr. uj noted author -piritual k lecturai at Veshiva (7nbi .uesT speaker COMING TO NEW YORK? Sloy ol Ihil modern 25iiory hotel. All 'oom ouii.de epoiure. lorgt, beouDlully lurniihed IOOKII with kilchanette. prlvole both. itomSSSa doily. Two room tuitei from Jl il 1PECIAI mOMMlT %  ami i' !•<.!.•"•! a llltfiliM •••'lt' JIM BEACON Broodwoy ol 75th St.. Nw York OltOf Wmlrab. 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Page 6 B Jml&ntrMtHL Friday, For, tyliiHfr&e4> "I'f^^l MISS JOAN fORlGANG Miss .loan Fortgang Plans Spring Rites William H. Fortgang. 1646 SAW 14-.h St.. announces the en.: ment of his daughter Joan to Elihu W. Schepps. They plan a late sprinu' wedding in 'he Plaia hotel. New York City, Fortgane. a first grade teacher in Hialeah Elementary School ia graduate of Syracuse University where -he received her B? decree and MA degree siimma MISS GAii uma .Gail Lynnc Apner Betrothal Told Gail Lynne Apner will wed David Sidney Krasner this SUB1. mer. Their engagement is being announced by the parents of the bride-elect. Mr. and Mrs. Morris 1 Apner. 2227 S\V 2nd ter. Mi~Apner Is a senor at Mami Senior High School where she is a member of Anchor Club and Future Teachers of America. Mr Kramer, 1458 SW 1st it, is MISS BABBABA Ktf'M Miss Grossman Will Be Married May 20 Mi-Sally Grossman and Jerome Hellman are engaged. They plan to be married May 20. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and lira. Samuel Grossman, coconut Grove. The Stapban Carters, of Larchmont. N.Y., are house, the Fine Tree dr. home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. j Kk Appropriately. Garden ave.'s Mr*. Sam fUck.r Was h Miami Beach Garden Club at a meeting Wednesday, with jJJ Swinglahurst as speaker. Sailing BartKh, Jr., was flown to Miami last week and tab to Mt Sinai for surgery. He's the sbn of Leonora and SailjZj Memorv whizz Lynn* Levin has some inside news about the i Question quil show. Leaving home at 6405 SW nth j p children ranging from two to 13, pette Lynna arrived in Nevj her pre appearance interview. But Hal March and company told Lynne that her app., now being put off for some three months. Reason is that her< history of magic, is currently being featured by another qniz Sonny Barchan, daughter of the Joa Barchans, was surprised! sixteen party given by her Phi Sigma Tau sisters at the Bonnit Dubbin. BIKWDAY CAM WITH UIMMAS HJUMSTIK HIRE ...*** I. Forty guests gathered at the Judfe and Mr*. Albart Dubai* | dence to do Sonny honor. Birthday cake featured balkmnjl mes Surprise gift of all was a trip to Orlando and a vi*! iriend Georgie Saltaer, daughter of Dr. and Mr. Joseph Sthwr., Sunny't treasurer of DEB's and will be a junior counselor g( Carlyle in Hendersonville, N.C.. next summer. Guests at the StL hotel are Mr. and Mrs. David Manestar, recently returned frornai through Israel, where they purchased a beautiful Scroll of, Mr. Manastar is president of Kosher Zion Meat Products. Provision Co. is exclusive distributor for the South. Look for the marmoset to replace the parakeet in pet ^ John Bargar, one of the largest retailers of pets in New To Vacationing at the Algiers hotel with his wife, their son and t~ in-law, John feels the marmoset is gaining favor among yj cum laude She also did pa I the son of the late Mr and Mrs 3421 Percival ave, .*— -• m-iaw, jonn ieri c .......~* — —...The groom's parents are Mr. and | „ who set tne style in pets among families. Mrs Max Hellman. Brooklyn. N Y Mis. Grossman graduated from .the University of Miami. Her fiance attended New York City Schools an.) is a U.S. Navy veteran. Jacob Krasner. Formerly of Philadelphia, he has lived in Miami since 1942 He attended Miami Senior High and is in his senior year at University ol Miami. He is a member of Tan Delta Phi social fraternity and is past president ot Sigma Rho fraternity. le work at the University ol Miami. member of Pi Lambda Theta women'education honorary Sigma Delta Tau social sorority. American Association of UniversiV'omen, B'nai B'rith and Junior -sail Her fiance is son of Mr. and Mrs IsadOK Schepps. Fair I.awn. N J Who winter at Helen Mar Apartments. Miami Beach. He was graduated from Lehigh \W(1(| j|l<"' .\|H\ 2!) I'l irersity with a BS degree in __ ** APT 29 ,rl nr ^"L'K-n Klein will Melnick. Miss Klein to Live In Brooklyn After cl • mical engineering. He is a mem ber of Tau Beta Pi engineering' h norary and was president at 1 • I igh of Insmial fraternity. Pi Lambda Phi He served with the Air Force : is general manager and vice -ident ol Lynn Textile Mills Inc. Holyoke, Mass in Brooklyn. Barbara I become Mrs. Harle> K. Miss Krasnow New Bride-Elect Here I tuise Kra-now and Arnold I ndsman met in hi^h school Their engagement is announced li> the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krasnow, 1951 SW 33rd ave. Krasnow will graduate from Miami High School in June. She is a member of Tau Alpha Omega nty. Mr. Landsman is the -on of Mr and Mrs. Irving Landsman. 3655 Riviera ct.. Coral Gables A graduate of Miami High School, he attended University Ol I ida. Their engagement is being announced by the parentof the bride-elect. Mr and Mrs Harry W Klein, 6291 SW 15th si Miss Klein attended (Oral Cables High School. Mr Melnick ithe -on ol Mr and Mrs Sydney I) Melnick, >>t New York He received his discharge from the Air Force on Saturda) The couple will live in New York after their marriage. June Wedding Hells For Merton Gettis, Lakeland Fiancee SHOWERS rot SWANK BUM umrvatSAMr Suianne Sobal has been feted by many parties in honor i coming marriage to Stanley Owen Starling. The bnde-elert, t. the daughter of the Lao Sobal*, 2170 SW 19th St.. was recently| of honor at a luncheon and shower at the home of Mr. Sam 4260 Granada blvd. Mrs. Phil Abrams and Mrs. David Parnas also entertained] luncheon at the home of Mrs. Abrams, 1919 SW 19th -t. Miss Torry Graenhouse, an Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority sister, home at tea. Mrs. Josoph Barman at a "meet-the bride" paitj,| the theme as "My First Twenty Years." Rehearsal dinner honoring Susanna and fiance Stanley u the offing by Mrs. Sydnay Lefeesirt and Mr*. Moa FinafeM I^fcourt s Bay dr. home. Wedding rites will be Feb. 5 at the! Plaza. Speaking of weddings: It's the 49th wedding anniversary I and Mr*. Mayor Keilsan, of Miami Beach. Mayer is head Keilson Advertising Agency in New York, one of the countrjil ad concerns. C0STUMI BALL VISITOKS FROM NfW TOM Mr*. Barnard Ye*nar. hospitality chairman of the Coral Jewish Center Sisterhood, played hostess Tuesday to a coffee for the committee planning a costume Purim Ball Feb. 1ft chairman Mr*. Charlotte Halpart assisted. Guests included Fanny Raich, Franco* Trwpkln, Tina Mh| Kati, Roth Heckorling, Baa Katin, Batty Roaanfold, Evelyn Iran* Fink, Taddy Block, Rose Rovln and Dor I* Schnoidanwn. The Ray Berrin* will entertain the Paul Golds, \ isitors (real York, at an informal party Saturday night. Site is their no"*—' and Roz were co-eds together at Brooklyn College The W*| dentally, spent their honeymoon at Miami Beach six yean ago< now back to celebrate their wedding anniversary here. P faJft AUGUST BROS R V £ *^ la the BEST? 3 i June will bring K-tahell Heracoviti her wedding ring Her enfiated with the Goldstyle Fashion Shops in Brooklyn MISS lOUISt KRASNOW GOLD COAST THEATRICAL AGENCY From a Rnr Miftvah fo a Banquet • MUSIC • ENTERTAINMENT • PARTY PLANNING Jerrv Grant Sam Morris RONEY PLAZA HOTEL JE 8 5694 emenl to Merton Gettis ibeing announced by her parent-. Mr and Ml \ HerscOVitZ, Lakeland, Fla The prospective bridegroom ithe -on of Mr. and MrStanley H Gettis, 1845 Collins ave. Miami eh. Mi-Herscovitl is a graduate of lakeland High School She will receive her BA degree In elementary education from Univeraitj ol Florida in June She ia.member of Alpha I.p-i. Ion Phi and Kappa Delta Pi, honorary education fraternity is a graduate of Miami h School He attended New York University and uate oi New York Instituti nee During World War II Q "l with the Marine < orpi 11, now ia registered representative With .1 It Willi-ton & < t>erof the New York change in Miami Beach Rox is president of Flagler-Granada Women's Group andai of the popular Flagler-Granada Chorale. Husband Ray'sI the Everglade Drug Co. here. hntertaining her sisters. Mrs. Ida Mayers and Mrs. *"* of New York City, is Mr*. Lewis (Anna) Baida, of 5919 !>* Miami. The vacationers intend to remaining another tn"* As for husband Lou, he just returned from Chicago and nou*wj home appliance exhibits there. Strictly Kosher Banqvtt Facility f* Social Functions o. memStock I A WEDDING BANQUETS WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES IAR MITZVAHS Ira*. 2S t. 1,000 HOTEL & %  u ndine's,. SvAvum *mkmm file home Of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' Dixie Picture Frame Co. 3S40 N.W. 54th St. Florida's Large,? Whol| t Manu. facturer of P.etur, F, im „, •M.^^; and Framed Pictures U ^Kon NE S-1241 ON TNE OCEAN AT UNCOiN ROAD Teiaaaaaa Jl 4VM11 •r*f. U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH If. UUDODAU WEST PAIM BEACH 0 r r e i HHfarHe. f 9 J m ^\ l I 765 N.E. 12SHi Street i Nerth Miami, Flo. S SW. 12th A**, IEO AllEN, MntHr SaacMiitef la Care fa the Marly JWIS?L



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vk Page 2 A vJswistJhM&IL Friday, Far, Commons Debate Forces Eden Denial He Threatened Israel Continued from Page 1 A the value of an estimated 150 Valentine tanks that had been reconditioned in Belgium, where arrived, from Britain, and .-hipped to Egypt, Sir Walter Ind [hal they were not tank, nl all but heavy sell propelled guns u-.. (| mainly as antitank guns. These had had their breeches blocked and firing mechanisms reed and would not add to Eg] p tian military strength, even it remilitarized, he insisted. He also called useless an esti mated 50 to 100 Sherman lank bodies shipped to France, from where they were resold to Israel. He had no doubt, he continued, that they were used as agricultural machinery and had no more military value than other heavy farm machinery. He refused to reply to queries about supplies of Centurion (heavy) tanks to Iraq or jet planes to Jordan, noting that this dealt with government-to-government sales about which he would say nothing. Hugh Gaitskell. Labor Party chairman, who indicated before the debate began that his party would attempt to expand the debate into one on Britain's Middle East policy in general, agreed that the surplus weapons were not comparable in value and importance with new weapons, but stressed that what Britain considered obsolete might be of greater value to other conn ti es. He hit the government for its "slipshod, lax administration" and :•failure to tighten export restric.in as it became aware oi the "leak" of surplus war goods. Czech supplies to Egypt have ted the military balance heai ilj favor "i thq Arabs Mr. Gaitskell i. This air and ground superiority would result in two grave jers, he -aid: Firstly, the MORTGAGES-SSOO.OOO Private Monay CHAS. HIME Permanent or Construction Loans on New or Old Properties Under Con. struction or Completed. Will Buy or Make Loans on 1st or 2nd Mortgages. Unlimited insurance Funds. PHONE 9-3444 Anxious North African family emigrating to Israel ... Youth Aliyah center Men and women at Miami Jewish Home tor the Aged ... A grateful patient at Mt. Sinai hospital all are served by the Combined Jewish Appeal, says chairman Sam J. Heiman (Center) indicating global scope of the drive. Aaron Kravitz. Retail Merchants' chairman (left), and William Weintraub are leaders in the Business and Professions Division, sponsors of the big dinner-show at Westview Feb. 15. The Beth Jacob Congregation i cordially requests the presence of your company' to attend the INSTALLATION BANQUET of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern ; Sunday. February 1!), 1056 at the Empress Hotel Dr. Leo Jung, Guest Speaker Your participation in our banquet is a recognition to Torah Leadership, Scholarship and Integrity J FOR RESERVATIONS CALL JE 8-2205 or JE 1-6150 d/^fd Arabs wmiid be encouraged t<> start thenwar ol revenge in the hope ol wiping out the State ol Israel; secondly, the Israelis, realizing that the balance was being tilted against them, might attempt to initiate "preventive action" while the situation was not too bad. In additon, he went on, Prime Minister Eden's Guildhall speech had created the impression that Britain was putting pressure on Israel and. at the same time, weaker. mg its stand in support <>i the Tri partite Declaration ol 1950. II one thing, he said, for Israel to offer voluntary territorial adjust ments as part of a general settlement, and quite another for such territorial adjustments to be squeezed out ol Israel under threat tha'j it would not otherwise receive the armneeds to balance the Czech shipments. North Shore Jewish Center To Mark Music Month North shore Jewish Center will celebrate national Jewish Music Month m the form ol an elaborate • i rt on Thursdaj evi n i *• % 



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February ^1956^ +Jcistr**JJto/, Page 9H orv Made With Election of Woman Leader in Baltimore BALTIMORE — Jewish history was made here Sunday, when a woman became president of Mary land's oldest synagogue Although three other American congregations have had women ol MrDelsheimer is president the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, the agency which represents over 100,000 women in more than 500 women's auxiliaries thiouKuoul the Western llemiKJ. HUGO DALSHtlMl* presidents, the 126-year-old Baltiphcre. Mrs. Dalsheimers husband, more Hebrew ComjrefWtion, which %  Hugo DalSheimer. a World W;ir elected Mrs. Hugo Dalshcimcr to'major, is'head of the Lord Balti its highest office, is by far the largj more Press, d publishing firm. Also est temple ever to do so. Its memactive in communal affairs, he is berthip contains over 1,450 fampresident of Baltimore's Sinai Rot* ilies. P'tal and serves on the governing In an induction address. Dr.' todies of Goucher College and the Maurice N. Eisendrath. president Hebrew Union College Jewish Inof the Union of American Hebrew J s,ltulc of Religion. Congregations, hailed Mrs. Dalsh-; %  eimer's election as a "symbol of Couple Presents Center the need for augmented tenderness ^ ^^ ^ ^ in a world which often glorifies hardness and harshness Said Dr. Eisendrath, "The mission of Judaism, to enrich society with added compassion and sensitivity.will be greatly enhanced if women will play a greater role in KTnd card party at the the leadership of congregational hote on Monday noon. Feb. life. I hope that Mrs. Dalsheimer'a election will open a new chapter in American religious life, bringing into important posts women who are qualified to administer congrcHope Women it Social-Card Party L chapter. City of Hope, will MeiJent of the organization is ifa Si. MI Committee of i fleets includes the I'olly w, iss, P uline Belenoff, Qlickenhouee, i Irene Cook. In commemoration of Jewish Arbor Day, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raskin, 2374 SW 11th st., Sunday presented to the Coral Gables Jewish Center 50 plants for ground beaut ificat ion. Raskin is a student of trees and soils. He has taken a personal interest in impressing the children of the love for nature and the proper care of trees and plants. He and Mrs. Raskin were guests p '• 1 _i national affaurs as well as minister at the planting ceremonies on Sunto the needs of their families.'' I day. Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Waldman Wednesday celebrated their 27th weddinq anniversary at a dinner party given in their Waldman Crown hotel. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Waldman, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Landsman, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Berkeowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Koppel, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Waldman, Mr. and Mrs. May Levenson and Miss Bessie Landsman, of Boston, and Miss Leila Waldman. itef/i ladies m oi Beth Emeth Congreh I are getting out Ivnnte and cooking in preparation for the \\xiu\ dinner to be held p e b 9 %  << the Allapattah tlu!>. 4M4:! MV 17tli ave., [to 7 p.m. Recorded music the dinner mood. Torah Group ay afternoon, Feb. 13. reIntwill be served followed krt meeting tor Torah group n edy skit will also i Meeting place i[merican club, 2575 South dr. for Veterans War Veterans, North i '177. and its Ladies' \ .i card party [Feb 5 at the North Shore pts are for Jninu sick veterans at the | Hospital. Mrs Isidore Karp and Mr. i. Joseph Goodman are co T <> KEEP KITCHEN P IAUNDRY COSTS w m 90 oll-tltctricl I*** economical to go rwrlc in your klrch*n ,0 ndry th an to use a ^'nation of fuel,. (RIDA POWER A H T COMPANY AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Says Cantor AARON CAPLOW Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "Instants" ... just as qukk but tastes so superior I This superb, roasterfresh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds You just add hot water... and instantly the burst ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted — on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOO! Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee.


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Page 1 2 B_ GLOBAL SHORTS FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST TUWtS (JTA)-The forthcoming national elect ion* ordewj* the Bey of Tunis pose a serious problem for the Jews of Turns,. & "* u thev fear to antagonize the candidates of competing part.es. The Ne Sto"£*3E party has reiterated its grift, tha Tun, UM are to be treated as fullv equal Tunisian citizens-and it trans hem s s u^For fieir part. Jews here wish to retain ,h,,r e hue a cultural identity, and do not wish to become lost In t h Moslem.com Unity. Thev talk not of the fact that Tunisia does not cownder Zionism to be "subversive" BS do other Arab states and no taterfen DC with immigration to Israel has been noted. CASABLANCA" ,JT.\">-Th"e" Moroccan Ministry of Public Instruction assumed responsibility for Jewish religious education 111.a statement defining its area of jurisdiction. It announced that WmudM education will come under the aegis of the M.n.stry Ufa** *" ,n with Chief Kabbi Sau. Dahan who will designate ^ "', to direct this area of public education. Talmudic education will be administered by the Ministry's SectionJor^PnvateJeach.ng. RABAT, MoroTco (JTA^-7hrM7rrocan Government %  M"ld the ••inspectorate oi Jewish instituUons." an office created h> U* old French admini>tra,H.n in this country to deal with matters affec t ng Moroccan Jews Its director was Maurice BotboL In recent monUM a JS"ofIMomen Jewish nationalists had attacked .he --inspectorr a' a sen-ant of the French administration Moroccjn ^jmnen circles here noted tha. the dissolution should be r ^"^^ implementation of the new government, policy of non-d.fler, n.iation between Jews and Moslems here. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS GENEVA (JTA) — Plans are under way to shift to Britain a conference of West European Jews to rally support for Israels cause which was scheduled to be held in Switzerland m the first week of February. it was learned here. The site of the conference will be Brighton but the time has not vet been fixed. The reason for the shift is the Swiss Governments position that the conference will hear political speeches criticizing foreign states, which the Swiss Government feels would violate its traditional neutrality. The sponsors of the parley, lor their part, cannot accept the condition that speakers retrain from criticizing loreign states. MOSCOW i\VNS>-A Jewish prayer book, the first to appear in the Soviet Union since the revolution, will be published here next month with funds rai.-ed by voluntary subscriptions of Jews in the Union. The prayer book, with explanatory references in Russian, will contain prayers for dailv and Sabbath services, and abridged prayers for Passover, Yom Kippur and other high holy days. The Hebrew prayer book will be printed in several thousand copies for distribution throughout the country. onH neeotiation which necessitated the ,owed Prolonged f^/g^RS** David Ben Gurion. and participation, at one Minister of Finance Lev. Lshkol. —"DusT President Itzhak Ben-Zvi received a head JERUSALEM (UNS es'den^ ^ ^ platform .t injury when he fell as he supPi maintenance work.


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Page 4 A Jenistincridtori -S^Hf^ni Pubil.h.d tvtry Friday alnea 1t27 by tha *"** FlorMtafl at 120 N. E. S.th Straat. Miami 1*..f' r ^f. r lorlOian Il !" t. omin ....-. .'"L.Vi _i L„ Dirt Entered aa aacond-claaa matt.r July 4, 130, at tha Poat Offiea ol Miami. Fla.. under tha Act of Ma r h *•;"/,*; Tha Jawiah Florldlan haa abaorbed tha Jaw ah Un ty %  nd tha Jewiih Weakly. Member of *"•,^'•"T! !" graphic Agency. 8aven Artt Feature Syndicate. Worldw.de Newe Service. National Editerial AMoelatlon. •"• lean Aaaociatlon of Englnh-Jewiah Nawapapara, Florida Preaa Aeaoeiation. _^——— FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher Volume 30 LEO MINDLIN News Editor wJemsti Meridian OFFICE and PLANT 120 ft E S*b Street T^rsHrmftS FR 4-1141 — rM a *ll Telephones FR 4-1141 SUIICR i • T I 0_N A Aj E w o, During The Week.... By LSO MIMOLIN t One Year 1300 Two Veara Shevat 21. 5716 Number 5 Friday, February 3, 1956^ The Combined Jewish Appeal officially opened fa 195. at an inaugural dinner Sunday in the Fontainebleau hotel A* change from past dinners wag the absence of what it sidered 'big gun" talent. There were no comedian*. au u stars F.spccially intriguing was the lack of even a single con. Perhaps for thivery reason I felt a minimum of confusion the purpose of the event was concerned. Rabbi Herbert A Friedman, executive vice chairman of k Jewish Appeal, gave an undiluted resume of the crisis in is, East What he had to say derived from a thorough undervtaVi the politics and economics of that area, as well as of an intimjt, fication with relations between Israel and U.S. Jewry. The inaugural dinner came at a proper time—if one m* pnety" in such matters. Nonetheless, two hiqhlvri Inaugural conference of State of Israel Bonds agonizing aream wnu K N thousands ,f miles apart but each bearing ,. n Israel',, in Miami Beach this weekend will launch the hood has recently been iuluiiea. ^ ^ ken ^^ (|w w( ( k M()Tf > From R ivadh s iU(1j 1956 Israel Bond campaign on a national scale. Thus ,h e simple necessity of Israel Bonds ^ ^ distur | ... ,, )(irt „f f ref West Germany's .,,., mili Many events are scheduled during the conQS thp simp i e necessity" of the woman of vale: j ewi Mm e World War II. lerence sessions here. Not the least of these continuum S peaks for itself. Thej Th, these: r~ will be the presentation to Mrs. Franklin Delano lo mH da-iaer far'Soviet Union a forty-year times are now fraught witn grave aang militarized. Moscow rejected the Pres,,!,, j^T the Jewish State. Encircled geographically ibviously betrays this country's fear of a read enemies who vow to destroy her. beset trad. gernaut we are creating in the face oh 11 K !" ho npneral aura of aqes of antiintelligent instinct While the communist fear in thir ?ewi.h £rt-*-' !" !" ""* l — dl anS ir "* ,hC laC ,ha ,h hdlanc ^ Inaugural Bond Conference to Open Here Roosevelt of a "Woman of Valor" Award. This is a symbolic occasion. For the woman of valor—"Asheth Chay-il"—is traditionally the highest level of achievement toward which Jewish womanhood has through the ages aspired. But this aspiration does not involve goals of extraordinary nature. Rather, the woman of valor has for generations set her mark by the manner in which she fulfills her daily and seemingly simple duties at home and in the Jewish community. In a similar sense, the award to Mrs. Roosevelt here will emphasize not the extraordinary but necessary achievements of Israel Bonds since the inception of the campaign. State of Israel Bonds are not alone symbolic of Jewish generosity but of the drive toward survival of a people whose historic tradition is now more than a mystical experience—more than an The White House Conference Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden is now in Washington discussing the Near Eastern crisis with President Eisenhower and Secretary Dulles. Reports already indicate that Sir Anthony and the President have had some disagreement on methods of bringing peace to the trouble spot. It is no secret that the British Prime Minister has been pressing for Israel to make territorial concessions to the Arabs. One can only conjecture that Mr. Eisenhower sees more intelligent alternatives—even if his Secretary of State may side with the British— and that, for a change, he is holding a firmer rein than usual on Mr. Dulles. We hope the President remains steadfast in his intention that Israel's integrity shall not be violated because Sir Anthony would like a new toe-hold in the Near East—both for British Empire armed forces and Anglo-Arab relations. Surely, the President sees an obvious parallel in history between Eden's present move to act as "mediator" in the Near East and a similar move back in 1938, when Czechoslovakia was thrown to the wolves—and with it the integrity of the free world. We trust Mr. Eisenhower wants no dealings with another—if more eloquent—Chamberlain. President Eisenhower re.ontly ofieMJ pact, the purpose of which was to I ?T 1 „ !" ,r, tinrto herself ; '' 1 "Cticians arc gauiDiini on ine iact mat the balance, itiment, Israel again finds herseH 1.. ^ jncreasinj fa ,„. ,„ Russian nands an<) ^ a %  a position of having to fight for her survive ^ ^ <)f g {hn&t {op ^ mmt as she fought for her liberation only eight s years ago Bonn, under Judicious Konrad Adenauer. is beginngu to| the American foreign market in order ti prove thai Israel Bonds, since the inception 01 me tu ^ ;|( ( (ir(j wnh ||l( Wt s js Ucit and hat naf .^ M (Joft paign, have assisted the Jewish State 1:1 "** weakness ,, r subservience. One of this country's richest area; at| upbuilding of her commercial and industrial JJ t,,, t ;it i*n lies in Saudi Arabia and the "purchase'' through Araanl resources. Even as Israel has been engaged 15250 million worth of Saudi Arabian oil annually. in the vast task of bringing immigrants into her! • • • midst—often non-productive persons, aged and NEW ELEMENT OF CONFUSION IN NEAR EAST wearied by the atrocities of Europe in the '30's;| But Bonn could heretofore make no inroads there wi'.hogj and more frequently, of late, refugees from the Icouraging charges ,f ingratitude from Washington. Germany feT qhettos of North Africa-she has been simul-i dampening these charges by hurling in the face of our coverntscatl taneouslv extendinq her economic horizons. recent pact rejected by the Soviet—evidence of our desire to eat) 1 The one program has entailed great sacrifice; gainst a (Jerrnan renascence. But an even more effective-method i .u d. .u 1 „„i n„„j f „ c ita Vvrcio lrnlrc tamper with the already dangerously delicate Israe Arab conti the other-with Israe Bonds as i^ S1 s-looks ^ Jf^ gentlemanly, scholarly, p.ous Adetw] to the future of Israel s essential hope: achieve^ ch))en to da ment based on self-sufficiency. .. As the 1956 inaugural conference opens this',. {£0 rdmg to the R.yadh report, the Germans are,n effect I 1 J /V w • I ,u he Arabs that the I nited States—not Bonn—has been pavini weekend. Greater Miami welcomes the manyi mc ^^ mi „ ions ()f do „ ars annua||y n „ paratlon / and V,j delegates from throughout the nation gathered. tnis burdrn lhroush t0 ne expiration of the Reparations A?red here and offers up the hope that their dehbera! Add to this the already smouldering hatred the Arabs feel {] tions in this—Israel's crucial hour—will be %  gi.\crnment'* tat-free policy toward U.S. Jewry's philanthropy in I filled with the eternal wisdom of Jewry's \ and one sees the clear if absurd Arab portrait of Wd^hingtoa i "Asheth Chay-il." process of supporting Israel with some 1150 million year after ytaf Arab nationalism was a potent enough force with which toi 1J ki^aaL*. m U AI1 U.,, h ut ,n '' '"truslon first of Russian vectors and now of German w ACaUCrTlV Mai KS U nCW iCai m h0 Nrr East rnakev the Problem doubly difficult Info / it does not end there. A Holy War conceived by high Moslem 1 Hebrew Academy marks another successful '•"' week P us hed almost beyond control the tenuous peac* vear with its annual celebration Sunday eve-i! srap| and her Arab n "iehbors. From Cairo's 1.00a>ear-old Al, ning at the Fontainebleau hotel. l ""*">• J f fa '* h -^nt.rmed a jibed againthe students by offering them a well-rounded eduTk cation with both a secular and Hebrew curn-, wouWto^?! n", "' '" ?'*< ,h sLi r '.^l !" <0 T^i cu j um would be to condone an act of robbery. "All heavenly relunoasI %  —1 ...a.... ., I unanimous in condemning robbery and stating that robbed Academy students have consistently proved I should be returned to their rightful owners." says the far-a their mettle by scoring above average in genMohammed, the llema observed: "He who dies in dejen*l eral examinations for school children throughout the Dade county area. In addition, they receive instruction in Jewish subjects and develop the Hebrew Academy's principle of l' f : '"' w '" Israel and the recognition of the Jewish -'ate in : Judaism as a basis for intelligent citizenship. nst the faith. And. indeed, the fatwa concludes: martyr. Drive them from where ihefha^ Attack who attacked you in the same way." Onl> to be concluded from this call for a jihad 'hatjp.war ul Pal Dedication at Monticello The phenomenal growth of Dade county is frequently marked by the Jewish community's need to expand its social and religious centers. North Miami Beach is a case in point, this area having expanded from 2.000 to 12,000 residents in a short time. Established but a few years ago to cater to the needs of North Miami Beach Jewry, Monticello Park Congregation Sunday dedicated its new religious school building. According to spiritual leader Rabbi Isaac Lerer, the new building is designed to deal with the needs of the area's 330-odd religious school students. But, adds the rabbi: "It is almost paradoxical that at a time when we have dedicated the buildinq, its physical facilities are already outgrown." This dilemma seems to be the general mark of all of Dade's Jewish communities. But it is a welcome and healthy sign that—like Monticello Park Congregation—Miami Jewry continues to meet the challenge of keeping up with its expanding religious and educational needs by adding schools to its existing facilities. There can be no greater assurance of a Jewish community's vitality than the recognition that its spiritual requirements must keep pace with its material achievement. Supporters of the Academy will pay tribute wh l,,V( r ,n,lr language, race or color, should all cooperate tors Sunday to its progress thus e placed on the Arab blacklist. Apart fr*ir the effectiveness of this philanthropy—since it was singled and since \r.,b leaders repeatedly complain about WT obi Friedman charged that the blacklist ~-, v iru en of war against VS. Jewry. — J In tbis regard be emphasized the need for a successful^ ring that a let up in American Jewish support* rtrued by th. Arabs as a betrayal of Israel and a signal %  "s ofti n promised war of attrition. "I am sick and tired" Ba w "" ; I"ol situations where we can see what is cW passive to do anything about it." ,^ in this remark, he summed up his cogent demand for noa 'arm ,pat,on m the '56 drive, while calling to mind, as *•&]*:. Moroccan Jews currently seeking entrance into the Jewish WJ ^ L r< arc fcw who *>" d n y R* b *>i Friedman's efW'JJj •Peaaer. Certainly his presentation was forthright a nd u *^5 all things his talk served to identify the Israel Arab cn un Jew who is concerned with the fate of that' republic m the Near East. .'