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The Jewish Floridian ( February 10, 1956 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY blume 30—Number 6 Miami, Florida, Friday, February 10, 1956 Price 20* LIES PR OMISED ADENAUER HI WOUiP CONSIDER CLEMENCY Mlf DEPARTMENT MOVE TO PROTECT NAZIS MISSES JTA (WASHINGTON — A State DeB rtrr ill device to escape respont\ for release of Nazi war convicted by U.S. millI iri has backfired with %  barrassing results for the DeIrtment. | In 1953 Secretary of State John ostcr Dullo promised German hanccllor Konrad Adenauer he oulcl consider clemency for imtaoned Nazis, including Gestapo nil SS sadists. This was followed a State Department community that touched on the subject. Later, scarcely noticed by the press, came the appointment of a parole board on which German membership outnumbered American by three to one. By last month less, than 30 of the thousands convicted remained in U.S. custody. The board granted pardons wholesale. Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, New York Democrat, asked Dulles for an explanation. On Dulles' behalf, Florence Kirlin. acting Assistant Secretary of State, replied. It was this reply that inadvertently let the Depart9. ment's cat out of the bag. Miss Kirlin said: "The Department believes that the Mixed Board offers a desirable solution to the long standing difficulties surrounding the war crimes cases At the same time, it provides for a German participation in the decisions, thereby forestalling a good deal of resentment and criticism from various elements in Germany." Was this an admission that the Department acted to appease the Continued on Po 5 A IH SOVIET FOR ADDING TENSIONS i, Eden Invite French To Deliberate on Policy For Levant Trouble Spot IsHTNGTON (JTA)—The turbulent Middle East, an area described he ti p leaders of the Western Big Two as one of "increased dan.," remained the world's number one sore spot—and question mark liweek, following three days Of discussion between President %  shower and British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden here. They, thiir principal foreign affairs advisers, gave top priority to the ^el-Arab dispute and Soviet incursions in the area. Their joint statement, issued at the close of their talks blasted Soviet I'nion "for adding to the tensions in the area." But the %  concrete action they announced was an invitation for France to them for further talks on what they can. will, or might do in the m of a war between Israel and .j intransiyeant neighbors. etext of the F.isenhower-Eden mcr,t pertaining to the MidEasl in part reads: "A settlet between Israel and her Arab hbor* is the most urgent need. Dulles Rejects GOP Request to Permit Arms Sale to Israel WASHINGTON (JTA)—Secretary of State John Foster Dulles Wednesday rejected, for the time being at least, a Congressional request that Israel be permitted to buy American arms to offset the flow of Communist munitions to Egypt. He made his views known in a reply to a letter presented to him by Republican members of the House of Representatives. It was learned from official sources that before issuing his statement, Mr. Dulles'*— discussed it with President EisenSTEVENSON GREETING KONKAD ADtNAUM WNM have pntiUi hower. "The United States," Mr. Dulles said, "recognizes that current developments could create a disparity in armed force between Israel and its Arab neighbors. However, we are not convinced that that disparity can be adequately offset by additional purchases of arms by the State of Israel. Israel has a population of under two million. whereas the Arab population amounts to tens of millions, and they apparently have been offered access to huge stores of Soviet jbloc material. Under this circumi stance the security of Israel can I perhaps better be assured by 1 means other than an arms race." **We do not exclude" the possibility of arms sales to Israel," the Secretary said. "But it is our becampaign cha.rman. K ^!!_ th ^/. e ^ l I.L S i. at ?. S J" who reported that $42,318,550 was raised in 1955. Berinstein reported that since Israel Bonds Hit Pre-Drive Level Over $11 Million The Israel bond campaign for 1956 was launched at the Seville hotel in Miami Beach last weekend at a national conference in which it was decided to respond to Israel's urgent plea for economic aid by selling $75,000,000 in bonds during the current year. Pre-eampaign subscriptions amounting to $11,154,150 were announced at the conference by Morris W. Berinthe Near East cannot rest upon arms alone but rather upon the international rule of law." will be possible only if both p are willing to reconcile the Ttions which they have hitherto In. Our two governments have lared their readiness to conpte to such a settlement by asng financially in regard to the gee problem and by guaranr8 a Sreed frontiers. 'he meantime we are conled at the state of tension in |area and have considered what can be taken to reduce it. I Tripartite Declaration of May 11950 provides for action both fe and outside the United Nam the event of the use of I or threat of force or of prepays to violate the frontier." CONGRESSMEN ASK ADMINISTRATION THIS QUESTION POINT BLANK What is Position of State Department? WASHINGTON (JTA) — Eighty-seven Democrati and forty Republican members of the House of Rep resentatives pleaded Monday separately with th U.S. Government to permit Israel to purchase de tensive arms in this country in view of Egyptian purchase of arms from Communist countries. The Republican plea was in the form of a lettei presented personally by five Republican Congress men to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. The Democratic plea was contained in a declaration. In their letter to Secretary Dulles, the Republican Congressmen said they have individually, and now collectively, taken the position that Israel as a firm part of the free world should be allowed to obtain in the open market such weapons as would assure her protection against aggression. The letter asked point blank: "What is the position of the State Department on this matter?" The Republicans declared that they do not believe that economic aid should be extended to any nation which engages in "warlike or aggressive maneuvers against any part of the free world." The declaration by the Democratic members of Congress, signed by Democratic floor leader John W. McCormack and many other important members of the House, in part said: "The American people will not tolerate anything so immoral as the sacrifice of Israel to Communist infiltration of the Near East. "The time to act is now. Failure to take action will encourage the Communist offensive, increase tension, and endanger freedom." the Israel Government first initiated the sale of Israel bonds in May of 1951 the sum of $227,749,600 has been made available to Israel for expansion of Israel industry, development of agriculture, exploitation of natural resources and the building of roads and communications. Dr. Joseph Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organization, reported that standards for increased purchases of Israel bonds for 1956 were established by men and women wno naa suoscribed in specially designated categories. Adlai Stevenson, contender for the Democratic Presidential nomination, sent a message to the 900 Jewish leaders attending the conference, in which he called for immediate shipment of arms to Israel by the United States and other Western powers, to counteract Soviet arms shipments to Egypt. JlJJtJjjj NCARIAN ItAPER ON HOT SPOT \naigned on Charge of Perjury IJERISALEM (JTA)—The arraignment of Dr. Rudolf Kastner. ^government employee, on charges of perjury opened here TuesIbefore chief Magistrate Moshe Peretz. The current hearing will nine whether the state will prosecute Dr. Katner. one-time leader pngarian Jewry and now editor of a Hungarian-language paper in r v \ I || year. Dr. Kastner was severely castigated by a Jerusalem disJudge, Benjamin Halevy who, among other things. Mid that he P ve d U. toi. Kurt Becher, a Nazi leader in Budapest, from punishb a War "iminal. Judge Halevy's statements were made at the jwuon of a libel trial brought by the government against Malkiel 'd. a, pamphleteer, who had attacked Dr. Kastner in a privately 1 Pamphlet. At that trial. Dr. Kastner said he had given a Wication court in Germany a statement concerning Becher's activi f Budapest but insisted he had not testified in the Nazi's behalf uremberg War Crimes Tribunal. The present perjury charges l^rnthi* testimony. MAM r s. ri urn AN flivtt Seminary to Open Conference on Beach Top-ranking officials and hundreds of delegates of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, the United Synagogue of America and the Rabbinical AsPRESSURES PLACED ON FORMER PRESIDENT Truman Memoirs Reveal Anti-Israel Climate of '48 NEW YORK (JTA>—Attempts by the State Department to influence him against favoring the establishment of a Jewish national home in Palestine—immediately after he became President of the United States—are related by former President Harry Truman in a chapter of his memoirs published last week in The New York Tmes. He also relates how the British Government was "none too happy" with his reaction to the immediate admission in 1945 to Palestine of 100.000 Jewish victims of Nazism "regardless of the effect on the situation in the Middle East which this would have." "My first official contact with the problem," Mr. Truman writes, "took place within a few days of Continued on Page • A sembly of America are assembling in Miami Beach for a week long meeting of the national planning committee of the three Continued on Pale I A



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Page 2 A +jgmstIk£M&2L=~"Frida y, Fet Jacob Blaustein to be Guest Speaker At AJ Committee Affair Here Feb. 16; Col. Wolfson Designated Chairman Jacob Blauatein. a member of the I'nited States rtr L-V General A&emblv. wi .-red euec Jewish representative during Religious Emphasis Week, of the department ol religion at the University of "Currents in Ameriam~J Miami He will be featured ipoakM on Md Thursday I-VI. u ATTENTION IMVESTOKI •nd 18delivwiw '" four WE HAVE MANY OUTST^J, lectures. and 2nd MORTGAGES THAT 2 On Wednesday, Rabbi Swirsky you a% M d io\ Pt sW will apeak on The Role of Reli Hint Phene 9-3444. "Religion in a Changing 1 —uion. COLORED DAY WORKERS Y0UN6 UNIFORMED ~ Ul,m High Typt Demettk Weekly Molds m Hotel Help R ut***, PHONES 3-3607-Ti JACOB BlAUiTEIN COl< Hotel H ACE EM ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center with the cooperation oi the Cantors' Association REV. ABRAHAM SEIF j Mohel i Associated With All Hospitals in Greater Mienj Telephone JE 1-3840 ^J!99.999 to I-rael and to will be presented Sunday night. Yiddish Poet Will Speak ZYiddish %  on 129 Lenox ,. OTC-A&€S-SS00,OO0~PrTy"aTe~NUM^ CHAS. HIME J-ft or Construction Loans on % %  cOl Properties Under Con. : :: or Completed. Will Buy or — Loans on 1st or 2nd Mortgages — ited Insurance Funds. PHONE 9-3444 the Conference on Jewish Claims list Germany for the rehabili%  irisfl victims been elected chairman of the Greater Miami Cantor-' As-iHia lion He is i graduate of the Jewartition. recogni |v |, School for Sacred Musk, HeI j '.he i s and admission into the IN Samel UC South* director, ii in charge ol -213 NE 2nd RVC brew I'nion College. He formerly officiated in pulpits at Minne apolis, Albany and Flmont. N Y. In honor of the 75th birthday ot the eminent American Jewish composer, Ernest Bloeh. Cantor Robinson and the choir of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, under the lion of Robert Strassburg. will Jewish National Fund Council To Meet Wednesday Eve Daniel Broad, president oi the! Jewish National Fund Council el ,. ., .„ | ,. perlorm MuchAvodoth Ilako r Miami, has announced that the Council will hold a general de h M P !" 1 of ,he iwtival proting Wednesdaj evening, Feh gram. IS, in the social hall of Knessethiz s dinated system or Non.surgical Israel Congregation. tatmenti tor the Restoration to %  i No-mal Funct.on ot the FlMl ;,rr; "'^'l : "llts arr s.hedlllPROSTATE GLANn "'' l ''"' JNF F,0Wel '" '"' ,.r. / KObTATE jLAND held on Purim. Feb. 25 and 14 R.W. 36 St. P„ 9 „e: NE 51852 Program (h;ilniK n ,. .,,,.,„ ,,,.,, man. Dr. Shmid Clinic Hotei Motet Home and \part\ ment House Owner* ... We art here fa serve yov wilk m COMPUTE UNE OF tlNENI &f C ANNON SHEETS BLANKETS SPREADS PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS DISH TC Drape* — Curtains — Bed Pods — Plastic Gtofi Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation D. SEROTT, Prw. 127 N.E. 9th Street Phone FR 34737 Closed Saturday-Owen Sunday Ample fa to better serve Uie residents of North Miami • Hollywood • Ft. Lauderdak] TERMITES £VV ARMING? IL^HLfl CALL -OHOCARNIVAL FEB. 11 to MARCH 11 CUBMA FUSS YOU TO EXCITING at GIANT DELUXE 4 ENGINE CONSTELLATIONS FREE INSPECTION IH, OP* IN MAN "See Year Clttsiltd Directory lar Ofk* 0S<( Nearest tea" M.mber of B'noi %  nth BEACH RIVE ^n. j The finest funeral services.. orthodox, conierrative or reformed—arranged and directed UB the personal supervision of: UVINC BLASSEKC. Viet-Preiident AM F.mt*c,Trmfr" Prescription Specialists 3S0 IINCOIN ROAD Entronce on Wesnington Av tn Phone JE 8-7425 '329 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Across rrom Sears free Parking in Rear Phone 32-2091 OCUIISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES RIVERSIDE-BEACH MWORIAL CHAP" MIAMI BEACH 1250 Normandy Drive %  VNUm %  ***' 1236 Waahintten Avenue • J9f*>* ^ T 1850 Alton Ro*J • JEfafs*i*M* MIAMI Wert FUler and Jtth Avsaa* • **/•"' 9JW 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SE ^iJ Riverside Memorial Owe*!, New York: 7ta 8 X ^ m mA



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ETfrfruaryjO-J 956 tJ^l^ncrgdllar) ged Home Forms Planning Committee to Vitalize Proaram R, Kurman. Pg !" J*\!gZ~+!*~ of the Welfare, tologlc.1 research h. 5_. Page 3 A ihP Kurman. pro„Vh Home for the Aged. Wed need the appointment director of the | Greater Guidance Cen nounced the appointment \ nity Spirer, ol Miam f girrnan of the newly formagency. [ „i planning committee of Hi' eving its goal of a master Planning Council andthe corn^ ttSLoTESLLT planning committee of the Miami Jewish Federation, of which the Home is a beneficiary The board of the Home has outlined the following lines of inquiry for the committee: 1) the study and evaluation of the present r program development at said the com• "*VKWS now being provided at the | Home; 2) to survey, identify and recommend to the board any additional areas of service which are Here. Kurman Lee will seek the close cooperaand guidance of the senior "* P *J WlGt RAYMOND NATHAN inny Brook Farms I Provide Kosher lilk Products Here had Horabonlm, Rabbinical i : Orthodox Rabbi.s, Wedria> revealed thai Sunny Brook Inc. o( Miami, will pror milk here to customers ji> n %  nil in stores, hotels and |aur. urBrook Farms owners said rare two M;t-hgichim. j' %  on ill' farm and another |tln luring the milkIn addition t i milk, all other oduct> will be availsuch as cheese, cream and Irr kosher throughout the Drsss of Distinction By Outstanding Manufacturer* Atractively Priced £Iuu STUDIO pO Lincoln Road Apt. 3 liomiBeoch-Ph. JE8 0202 Offering only THI VERY BES1 SANITARIUM FACILITIES Murray B Pinks Managing r< —-top H "f;* L JM "ESORT IGOF LEAK? C A I, fc fCTOR CONN r pair it or apply ** one. For fret *ote phone: ACME SUPPIY CO. 9-5274 PR 3-6996 and agencies; and 5) the initiation of a proKram of community interpretation regarding the urgent need for a network of non-institutional services and resources for senior citizens in the Greater Miami area. Other members of the committee are Mrs. Leo Alpert. Dr. MelrL ^ r, Irving Cypen Mar tin fine. David B. Fleeman, Irvin Korach. Mrs. Sol Silverman. Judge ry to the morale, health a"nd 25 Stanley"?'' Be^erma^'l'd well-being of the residents of the j Mrs. Frances Colby'of Zywo^f Home; 3) recommendations for the 1 Also Maurice Pearlstein eTecu development of a program, in cotive director; Mrs. Jeanne SotflS operation with other institutions head nurse; Dr. Samue" Certrr and agenaes, for the training of medical director Arthur KTH' professional, semi-professional and social worker; Dr. Elaine Nee e,' vounteer personnel; 4, recommenattending phys.c.an; Dr. dations for the development of a Notarius, program of geriatric and Morton psychiatrist; and Leongeronard Romney. group worker. Judge Nathan Cited By Local Jaycees Chamber of Commerce was I^U^ro^^a^x^ 1 :0 1 sented to Judge Raymond G/N.JHrc; !" iiT^iT ,a i l n than, of Dade County Small Claims | man of a oint c^mmiUee of J!T Court, at ceremonies Tuesday Dad. Bar R o "p' "St p/en^ ning in the Ocean Ranch hotel. The award te given each year by the Jaycee organization to an outstanding man or woman in local state or national government who has shown great effectiveness in an elective or appointed position. ing a study of local judicial processes. On the board of directors of Miami chapter. Multiple Sclerosis Society and Men's Club of Temple Israel, he received a citation from the Variety Club in March. 1955. • *, a,han %  resident > tor "outstanding work" in behalf"of since 1920. attended local schools i Variety Childrens hospital Heis and graduated from the University president of the University of Mi' of Florida and University of Miami,ami Law Alumni Association and lleTSL ah ., I 0 the b0ard of UM Alumn > AssoHe began the practice of law ciation here in 1941. interrupted his work j He is an active member of Miami to serve a year later as legal asChamber of Commerce. Variety IfSSSL N ^gjMtGiwfd.ciub. Kiwanis. Masons. American Seventh Naval District and Legion, Elks. Moose. Knights of Dr. Unterman Will Speak at Forum Dr. Isaac Unterman will be guest speaker at a meeting of Der Yiddisher Forum Saturday evening, Feb. 11, in Kneseth Israel Synagogue. Dr. Unterman has written extensively on the Bible and Talmud in English, Hebrew and Yiddish. "Jewish Philosophers and Their Philosophies" will be the topic of his talk Saturday evening. Der Yiddisher Forum is sponsored weekly here by the Greater Miami YIVO Committee, which plans its annual banquet Feb. 19 at the Seville hotel. REV. WM. W. LIPSON Mohel Telephone 9-6308 CROWN FENCE I INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAW Lmr ... WOOD ... COHCETTS DOUBLE LOOP 4 DIAMOND LAWN WOE FENCING MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 resumed his professional activity at the conclusion of World War n. Judge Nathan is a member of North Dade Ladies Sponsor Mid East Forum Monday Eve North Dade Jewish Center Sisterhood, and the newly formed North Dade Zionist District will sponsor a forum Monday evening, Feb. 13. at the Center on the topic, "What is at Stake in the Middle East?" Participating will be Dr. H. Franklin Williams, David Goodwin. Dr. Paul Riebenfeld and Maurice Survis. Dr. Williams is vice president of the University of Miami, co-chairman of the American Christian Palestine Committee and recently returned from a trip to the Near East. Goodwin, correspondent for the National Jewish Post, is a vice i president of the Southeast region,' Zionist Organization of America. Dr. Riebenfeld is director of the Palestine Economic Corporation and i member of the World Executive of the Zionist Organization. For many years, he was president of the Zionist Organization of Great Britain. Chairman of the South Florida Zionist Council, Survis is also a former director of UNRA for the i Middle East and spent a number 'of years in Egypt in behalf of the United Nations. Moderator of the Monday evening forum will be North Dade spiritual leader Rabbi Henry Okolica. Program of the Sisterhood is Mrs. Miriam August. Pythias and B'nai Brith. He was appointed first judge of the small claims court in March, 1953. by the late Gov. Dan McCarty. MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Lincoln at Washington Invites you to use its commercial and special checking facilities. Free Customer Parking and bank by mail are added services. Open on Account Today Member Federal Dcpc.il Insurance Corp Federal Reserve System FLAGLER STREET Phona 9-3771 WATCH REPAIR Guaranteed one year! 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jels*fhrMtorL Published .very Fr.dav a lc 192" by th. J.w •* Floridian .1 120 N. E. Suth Street• M.aml IS. £••££ Entered at .econdcla*. mater July 4. 1930. t the Pott Off.ee of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March J. 1 The Jewish Florid' and the Jewish Wee araohic Agency, Seve.. wide New. SerCice. National Ed.t.r.al A..cc.at^cn. n .• can Association of English-Jewiih Newspaper.. Flonda Press Association. __ iKjeHisrrkrtfian During Telephones FR 41 dian has absorbed the Jew eh V n ty ekly. Member of the Jewish Te •• en Arts Feature Syndicate. World,,, not manateeitbe KsbTh JwM nortJiar .. .• i ___——ruth of the mercM n.li>* S U %  S C B P T I O N PATES One Vear $3.00 Two Veare 15 00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editoi and Publisher Volume 30 Shevat 28. 5716 Number G Friday. February 10.J956 LEO MINDLIN News Editor [ Jewish Music Month Opens A Bad Publicity Campaign Annual observance of Jewish Music Month opened throuqhout the nation late last week. This is the twelfth such festival sponsored each year by the National Jewish Welfare Board. Our city is already well organized to pay tribute to the contribution of Jewry to musical art, with a series of events slated durinq the coming weeks under the auspices of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Principal feature here and on a national scale will be the observ~nce of the 75th birthday of composer Ernest Bloch. His music will be heard in scores of concerts sponsored by Jewish community centers across the country. It is especially fittinq that this year's Jewish Music Month be dedicated to such a famous artist. Ernest Bloch has brought universal recognition of Jewish endeavor in music. In his repertoire is a large number of modern works, many of them ranking in importance with compositions by Hindemith. Schoenberg, Stravinsky, Prokofieff end Bartok. But it is unusually significant that a profusion of these Bloch works are inspired by the composer's Jewish consciousness. Included are his sacred service. "Avodath Hakodesh," "Nigun," "Baal Shem," "Schelomo" rhapsody for 'cello and orchestra, and the "Israel" Symphony. In addition, a good deal of Bloch's lesser known pieces—some of them even finer examples of musical art than his popular compositions—are inspired by Hebrew themes and an awareness of Jewish history, although they are not architecturally "Jewish." In this sense, 1956 Jewish Mu6ic Month honors a Jewish composer — unlike many other contemporary musicians Jewish in name only —who has dedicated his art to the uncreated conscience of his people. Generally speaking, the festival here and across the nation serves to remind us that the Jewish people have been musically vocal throughout the generations despite her travail. Laurels for Our Aged Home Miami is especially proud of its Jewish Home for the Aged, which has achieved a national reputation as a leading institution for old folks. In the face of frequent headlines deploring the conditions prevalent in aged homes here and in other states conditions which have on at least three occasions in as many years led '.o disaster and death for their residents—our Jewish Home for the Aged continues to gather laurels for its beautiful grounds, modern living quarters, geriatric programs and scientific efTwo times now, Israel has been severely censured by United Nations action which deemed the Jew.sh State unjustified in defending its territorial integrity against assaults by deliberately planned and aggressive Arab military campaigns. .. But never has any member nation of the UN brouqht forth as a serious suggestion the oustinq of another member for failure to live up to the principles of the world peace organization. Even the Soviet Union, whose dilatory tactics have time and again obstructed UN procedure, was never challenged to her right to memberS But Israel has been so challenged by Syria on the basis of the Israeli action Dec. 11 against a Syrian outpost on Lake Tiberias. The sad fact is that, only on rare occasion, has world opinion seen fit to recognize and express symBy LEO MINDLIN This hour of crisis is apparently bringing out the best in u own combined Jewish Appeal opened officially Jan 29 at i0 gifts dinner without the appearance of a single non Jewish cek author, statesman, noted star or otherwise. Similarly, t ne j n confer, nee of the Israel Bond campaign here and in Canada got, way Saturday evening in the Seville hotel on a note of int^ sobriety. ... Indeed, one of the principal speakers switched his deliver, i English to Yiddish before half of his talk had been finished-so^, was the atmosphere with the business at hand, and so intent wash. being understood He was Dr. Joseph Burg, or the I-rael Cabinet* ,,s i .ee it. he took top honors from the other orators on the bLj simplicity and honest presentation of his government's plight Leon Kcyscrling. former chairman of the President's COUMJI Economic Advisors and billed as a "key consultant in the develop of Israel's economic and fiscal policy." simply talked too much 1 can be no doubt that he was erudite, but the sheer weight of bin tistics the dry' and off-handed manner in which he discussed 1 and the Near Hast—vitiated his intention and frankly bored hbi enco. I may here say that Mr. Keyserling offended at least one of I listeners within moments after he was introduced. I felt for >nk s„me instant that he had just arrived fresh from the chamben K. American Council for Judaism meeting—or that, at best, he hadf centlj crawled out from between the pages of a William Zuckei • Newsletter." Perhaps it was unintentional, but Mr. Keyserlinc betrayed i| of terror at being caught in the halls of an Israel Bond confei Apologetically, he seemed quick at the outset to emphasize his L_ Carolina origini and quick needlessly to harp upon the fact that aif an American and that he owes allegiance to no other flag. Cotping as it did on the heels of Dr. Burg's marvelous address,! Krvserling might have been stopped sooner than he was after i pathy for the Israel, point >f view.^ ^^ ^ -.-^ ^ statlslics and imaginarv charts by frantic note, the dais. • • • • • Sadder even is the fact that, recent move to discredit a sorely oppressed Jewish State, the culprit once again comes away with all the laurels. In an effective diplomatic move, Israel delegation chief Abba Eban presented before Security Council members unshakable proof that the Syrians had provoked, country's econor, the Dec. 11 incident by firing on Israeli shipping analysis determ. il__ t_i._ r Silver did not speak well; for, indeed, he did. tailed to bring to his address the aura of a spiritual leader's' over Israels fate in the Near East. He brought, instead, the' .f a politician. I do not here denigrate Dr. Silver's sincerity. It would be I in the face of his monumental past achievement in behalf of the Jei State But the fact is that Dr. Silver remains about the mostpoutsij minded rabbi on the American horizon today. In this regard, hef trapped by a kind of delusion of grandeur all out of proportion l achievement. And. in equal regard, it was perhaps some of ""** %  that developed a crisis of its own to be weathered by the Boa* I lerence on Miami Beach last weekend. Dr. Silver stressed the need for maximum political mobui today, placing such mobilization on a par with the emergent assure Israel's economic future. Reviewing the treachery of^P relations with the West and the recent Egyptian blunder so fare munist Russia is concerned, he judged the Near East north !" to be a failure because it relies so heavily on Arab P art,c p '!"*' the Arabs. Dr. Silver declared, are forging a ring of steel B| They are not interested in an alliance against the Sov e JbT!It in Jordan over the Baghdad Pwrt was proof of that. The said, simply aim to destroy Israel. ( With sound political reasoning and equally sound straw* ( Dr Silver showed our government's entire foreign policy u East to be a hoax. ABRAHAM FEINBERG AVOIDS DISASTBR Nonetheless, with abysmal respect for his Republican pan. ance. Dr. Silver refused to place the blame where it bclong> ing the northern tier arrangement, he failed to attack ^ re .^(1 Who is its father In speaking bitterly of the explosion 0l /^ ence into the Near East, he failed to declare that I'.S. Am "^ Egypt Henry Byroade—whose anti-Semitic skirts show n*£^ da) is entirely at fault. In discussing the general im b *f"\ i j< trouble spot, he failed to attribute the increasingly


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February 10. 1956 +J*l$bk>rldiaan Page 5 A Department Move to Fulfill Adenauer Vow Misfires n ,inued from P.* 1 A and •criticism" of who wantIreed? The %  entment iTun.ni> element ,11 Nazi criminal* i itment. in the Kirlin tetter, ,„ ju-tifv such paroles, he y were really decided -no-vi '"'•' rd There ,,, the Depart on ly the board—and not El be Washington—abould l U blfl for the hoard's s* 4„ sophistry waa >""n to nUlions "i ansry U.S. Tor it was fdthat one of the Nazis paril Scpp Diet[one-time chief of Hitler's perDiolrn-h led the itor Kusevitsky Sing at Kneseth lei Congregation renowned Cantor Mosbe •itsky will officiate at Knessracl Synagoi ue, 1415 Euclid during Saturday morning re<. Feh 25. 8:30 a.m. [Sunday evening, Feb. 26, Canluftvitak) will also appear at fih Israel, this time in a Purbncerl nancnt cantor of one of the synagogues in New York hbsevitsky singa there only a month and during major ill holidays. For the rest of lime, he tours the United and Canada, giving proof operatic and liturgical ording to bis manager, Nyfaldman, some 40 percent of Kusevitsky's audiences in Inited States are non-Jewish, rat dt them remade on the i Iblance of his voice to the) pirico Caruso's. Kusevit.-ky. ill. (eels that liturgical mujmore of a -tram to perform jperatic—but it shows off the (very well | want to be a good canou should exercise on clasi I %  tiling in the United Cinti.r Kusevitsky sang opliked opera, but ny duty to sing the great pal ni'i Cantor Kusevitaky feali music offers him an undis|ie to in. Jewish past SS thugs against Jews and others, tion'.s largest veteran America remembered l,,m n,;,,,,!, ,,„„, the American Legion went as tlie man who gave the orders for into action the Christmas murder of 160 j The Legion learned that Edwin Amer.can prisoners of war at MaiA. Ph... American member of the medy Belgium, in 1J44 hoard, agr^d w„h the Germans on Dietrich was originally sent, ncthe Dietrich parole. Had Ptyt voted ed to deeth.. Later a term o, lift the s A ^ imprnonmor.instituted. Sen ,n Bsrope Could have refused to Joseph K. McCarthy ,,„,, ,.|<;nency. A high-ranking publican, once interceded on beu.8. effleer arid in Bonn that "Plitt hall ol Dietrich and other conla a mouM. The Germane are lead victed Na/.s. j nK him around bv the %  American officials responsible putt's immediate removal was defor the Dietrich parole miscalcumanded by the Legion an 1 other ated. America still remembered major veterans'group. Malmcdy. U.S. veterans considered the parole boafd neither nont S. soldiers throughout the world expressed indignation. The political nor the State Department leading non-official military pubfree from its responsibility to pro-1 lication voiced a typical criticism tect American interest..,. The na-1 of the State Department. Speaking for the 'Army Times," the "old HtKMAN BINDtK j sergeant" commented: "If fate %  works it out that some day i cross Mrs. Krieger fo be feted ; paths with that upstanding reprej Beth Jacob Sisterhood will meet %  scntative of the SS. I'm going to | Wednesday evening. Feb. 15. at Music, Arts League To Install Officers Miami Beach Music and Arts League will hold an installation dinner and celebration Saturday evening, Feb. 11, at Musicians Clulf of America. 303 Minorca avet, CoaaJ Gabion, < nations will he presented to Dr. Bertha renter, founder and p dent of the Musicians Club of America; Mana Zucca, noted com: Mr.-. Albert Pick, local musician; and Edward Clarke, musk and art lecturer. Officers include Herman Binder, president: Alexander Dellerson, vice president; Harry Barnhard. treasurer; Gustave Freeman, recording secretary': Lenore Hauer. corresponding secretary: and Anita Karns, financial secretary. Directors are Ruth C. Brotman, Jacques Cohen. Arnold Greenfield, Albert Hauer, Anyuta Mo h eO T Webb, Harry L. Webb and Dr. Abraham Wolfson. CAN70* KUSEVITSKY | invoke the law of eye for an eye,' David Whitman Hall'. land Gen. Dietrich will pay the | Mrs. Moses Krieger, honorary Howar< > Meyers, Robert A. gtfaasj price for what he did. pay it full > president, will be feted on her 84th burg. Bertha H. [ and pay it slow. And if the power ( birthday. politicking boys want to hang me j for it. OK. 1 been getting it in the neck from the diplomat gang for [ 40 years so once more won't matter." Tempers still soared over the Dietrich parole when word came that Plitt was working to free SS Colonel Joachim Pciper, Dietrich's "trigger man" at Malmcdy. Peiper. like Dietrich, was originally sentenced to death. Jewish groups re| called Peiper as commander of the I "blow torch" battalion which burned Jews and other civilians on the Eastern front. In Columbus, Ohio, a 33-year-old veteran spoke out. He was Virgil P. Lary. the only U.S. officer to survive the mass murder of sick and wounded American prisoners at Malmcdy. The release of Peiper. aid. would "dishonor" the 160 Americans murdered there. Lary, first lieutenant, said "the Crippled Children's Society Seal Sale in Offing Here Committee appointments for the screams of my men who were masannual Easter seal sale for the sacred ... still ring in my ears Crippled Children's Society, were completed Wednesday, according to R. B. Roberts III, general chairman. Mailing date for the seals || Kor those of us who survive," he said, "our hearts are sick after each release. Of the 75 tried and 34 receiving the death sentence, now only Peiper remains to anMar. 10, with a minimum goal of swer. Sepp Dietrich has been set $64,000. The sale will continue free and now his personal officer tine Donee Scheduled Valentine dance, which through Apr. 10. Addressing envelopes for the :ve mailing are Miami firemen, members of Alpha Chi Omega sorority and volunteers in the Easter Lily Guild at the Crip pled Children's Society John L. Foy and Roy Schechter are preparing the appeal letter. Committee heads announced by directly responsible leased." is to be re8 sponsored bv the Youna ommuicc neacis innoumcu uy ^eoftheGreate^Mtentf Roberts inc,ude: % SfSS S Communih (enter will be Scott and Ca P tam tharles Huttoe, n Sunday Feb 12' it thP Jr • s P cial events; John HalliburBeach Branch, it was an ton pubIic rclat,ons; Frank *** t>> Howard F;idot, presiding on the dance com|are Elaine Andole, Esther • Pete Berlowitz, Leah on Laura, Mam ShaberParol Andole. Harry Safra "Id Roth hard. |E U R 0 e E 1956 [teomship or Plane *9*nti (or All Trmt-Atlantic lints JiUrit Mow WANA & NASSAU r* 1 ; 1 JAMAICA • r ,,; Plui tran.port.fon WEST INDIES P C Ste.' y J' 90 20 7 1 } %  l OlM IM. 1 *trf.l,. 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Page 6 A Hadassah Chapters Slate February Meetings With Exciting Features .... ,,.J... „f u~> rein Fiwman. 2054 Prarie I sister wonIted^ternjyjr^ separation. The meeting the coral Gables JewisB Henrietta Szold group of Hadasof Mrs. Ks>, ( rrcomnn. 2084 sah Will meet on Monday noon. ave.. on Wednesdaj afternoon Feb. 13, at the Vanderbilt hotel. Feb. 22. Mrs. Morris Lencer. chapter coheld at ,. sm Palerni ordinator of dime banks, will act as quizmaster in a panel discussion. niour • • Rabbi s. T. Swirsky will be guest Dr. Eye Quiz" speaker for Chain. WV./mann Members willlgroup of Mthj^ £££*BUKUF suppIies HJ^^?fi%S ? urtU,epn I Program will pertain to Jewisn Henrietta Szold group of HadasNational Fund, of which Hadassah members and is a contributor. Guest Reviewer Dua Sixth in the aerie* of book reviews sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah will „ke place Tuesday evening Feb. Uberl Einstein group oi Hto 14. .1 Itopto Beth Sholom. Guest Jfift mSfSondiy. Feb I* Rl ,,,,,,, r will discuss -Beyond DeA l„ Friedman, >ir(> by Pie rre La Mure, author of Moulin Rouge. the home ol Mr* JKII \\v 91sl st. Her co-hostess will be Mn. Sey Lowe and Mrs. Seymour Chairman will be Mn. renenbaum, who will eonsah is inviting a friends to attend a card party on Sunday evening, Feb. 19. at the lit. Scopus group Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 25 W ill meet at (he Colon) Washington ave. on Feb. IS at l p.m. Proceeds will go Aliyah child rescue cording to Mrs. Barnett Beckeraudience part man. chairman. Co-chairmen are chairman is Mrs. William Hechler Mi>. Harry Decky, Mrs. Ottilie • Rosenberg and Mrs. Sam Bauman. Regular meeting of the Hanna Senesch group ol Hadassah will be A card party for Youth Aliyah u |(i Mon( | a afternoon, Feb. L3, at for • Th,. Hadassah Woman Works American and World Affairs United Nations" wi" hold itregular meeting and tea 00 Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 22, •„ the home of Mrs. Lee Howard, ti Bay dr Surfside. and the I nited NKMMB %  • of Hadassah the subject of a panel diwussmnb) v restaurant Mn Bernard Stevens and Mrs. Lous Biderman, of the Hadassah to the Youth "i^toUSJhd 'The M.000 chap,,, board, and Richard F program, acshekel Question" and will include local attorw rnett Beckeraudience participation. Program Meeting of Stephen Wise group Monday noon. Feb. 13, at the Aliiion hotel, will celebrate Purim and Jewish Music Month. Friday.J-e ^ut^^ Women's Group rVill II.., North Dade chapter of v American ORT *,n rn^rH evening. Feb. 14. at thTh^l Mrs. Louis Gillman DER YIDDISHER FORUlT mars IVMY SATURDAY i KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 141S Euclid Avenue. Vi?* •ATUROAY. FEBRUARY^*' tf Sptoktr DR. ISAAC UNTUMAN Sfcj*et "JIWISM PHItOSOPHfRS AND ml PHILOSOPHIES" TinAnnum I .,, h s.Mi!, ii,,.,i ai I ii Goodman group of Hadassah will nun .,t the Algiers I on Thursday evening, F< b Ifl I speaker will be Mrs Dorothj I ink, who will talk about h< r re program will be held at the home Ih( ,,,,,,,, shelborne. Dr.. A R. cenl visil to Israel Hollander, who hajusl returned I-,;,, Ol Hadassah Will from Israel, will report on the celebrate Purim with a brunch and third world assemblj ol the Israel card partj Monday morning, Feb. Medical Association. 13, at the Algiers hotel. Contribu* tions will be used for Vmth AliHenl group ol Hadassah will yah. hold itregular meeting Monday Pioneer Women Eye Active Schedule When members and friends of the Kadimah chapter of Pioneer afternoon. Feb. 13, at the Sorrento Women gather for an annual smor.lhotel, gasbord dinner, planned by Mrs. Featured will be "Tell Me Where Ida Meyers and Mrs. Fred Sandier I it Hurts." one ol the latest technifor Sunday evening, Feb. 12. at color films to cunie from Israel. Beth David auditorium. tlu\ will • • • partake of a varied assortment ol stirring film entitled. -Weep No foods and pool their proceeds for More." will highlight the regular Moetzet Hapoalot, Israel's counter „„.,., ,,,.; ,,, Menorah group of Hadassah on Monday. Feb. 13. Presented by the Jewish National Fund in connection with itland mat ion program in Israel, the part of Pioneer Women which maintains a network of al institutionfor train. Illation work throughout Israel. To aid the children in [sra< 1 I i achieve a secure future, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus will give a traonal dinner Sundaj evening, Feb is. at Kneseth Israel audi%  ;; i >r members of Club II. MrMarcus, who is child rescue ', chairman, announced that Mrs Vb raham Shedroff, chairman of the| ing, has arranged the program with a report on Israt I by Mrs Rebecca Lipson, Hebrew teacher of Temple Beth Sholom. The musical portion of the m will be conducted by Lena Greenberg, JNF chairman of i hi) ago, and Zeloa Liebman. Club I president, Mrs. Sam Wilensky, has announced the three sisti r-Mesdames E Jaffey, R sen-tern and M Bauer—dinner will b< held Sunday evening, Sunday. Feb. 12. at Beth Tfilah Congn tion. Mr-. Sophie Krantz. child rescue chairman, is in charge ol arrangements. Golda Meyerson club will hold their next regular meeting on Thursday evening. Feb. 16. at Beth El Congregation. They will ob-erve a belated Tu B'Shevat celebration. Mrs. Thelma Kitchen. .INF chairman, has announced that Ben. jamin Notes, violinist, and Ainuta Melicov, pianist, will present a musical program. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president, revealed this week that the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's Organizations will gather for a monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Jacob Cosow, 7222 Trouille Esplanade, on Tuesday. Feb. 21. at 1:30 p.m. Plans for their 16th annual donor dinner scheduled for Mar. 18 will be discussed. film is the story of a brother and Mr-. Sol S,Herman is Youth Alyah chairman. Hostessea are Mrs. Harrj C< ben, Mrs Frames Rubin, Mrs Jack Udel and Mrs Irving Westin. • Debori h roup ol Hadassah will blcickstonc fiorict moved from 13th street to | 414 16th STREET (off Washington) DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM WED., FEB. 22nd, 8:30 P.M. ONLY STARS OF STAGE — SCREEN — TELEVISION COMCDV CANCERI PRICES: $1.50 — $2 00 — $2.50 — $3.50 Tox 1*1 D C. AUDITORIUM BOX OFFICE — PH. HI 6-9230 M BEACH RADIO CO., 1219 LINCOLN RD., JE 8-757J CORDELIA'S BOOK SHOP, 44 S.E. 1st STREET, PH. FRJ-SIB G. MILENOFF, 251 PALERMO, CORAL GABLES, PH. HI 1-5461 THToPERAG U, h? 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Ntosic by P., AH.,,, ond hi, OrcZJr !" tom '"""y 2 1 FREE PARKING Phone 82-9375 SHOWS 10 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 o.m MIAMI BEACH CAMEO WASH. AYE. SOUTH OF LINCOLN RD. OPEN 1:45 P.M. TODAY M OI S H E OYSHER in his FIRST English speaking picture • •. JOEY ADAMS LAWRENCE TIERNEY AL (llonble? Talk) KELLY l\m HELLER in the World's First Showing pf "SINGING IN THE DARK" THURS. ond FRIDAY NIGHTS FEBBRUARY 9 10th Joey Adams IN PERSON :I5 Ife'ift P.M.



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February, 1 10. •Jfrtstlkrkltorj Page 7 A ing Citizens I [cademy Fete bftreater Miami's leading B£ attended he HLomv dinner honoring; tidor Beach Councilman, [j Halperin. chairman of K' revealed Wednesday. trhonoring Blnderw* ] {b r Fontainebleau hotel, | Uin. Fe>. 5. Fund, will ; maintaining the Acade-| t he Bpeclal features ofj L cr was a specially pro1 ntatam which 50 children Led. Music ;md libretwritten Bnd composed ffflrlam Donnerstag. mu£t di the school. Sam tell known theatrical projected the show. I lerving his second term lent, delivered the princirt .... and discussed the of the school, iRev. Leonard to Address Hebrew Free Loan Elects Schwartz To Sixth Consecutive Term as President Greater Miami Hebrew Frr-e dent of the Benevolent AssociaLoan Association Monday reelected Ition. He is on the board of goverIsirtore Schwartz pres.dcnt of the,nors of the Greater Miami Jewish organirat.on for the sixth consecuFederation and b. a member of the tive term. Elected to serve with Schwartz at a meeting held in the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jew. ish Community Center were Joel Zalis, first vice president; Mrs Fred Bernstein, second vice presi board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association. He is chairman of the house committee of Congregation Beth El and also heads the cemetery committee of the congregation. Schwartz is welfare chairman of ISIDORE SCNWAtrZ Mansion of the Academy have i building ol a new school [[ |j area ol Miami Beach, Mux>l authorities recently HUM Brotherhood Program Program to commemorate the observance of Brotherhood Week will be held by Debs B'nai B'rith a*"** %  l G irls on Friday evening, Feb. 17, at Hillel House on the University of Miami Campus. Brotherhood program will be an co-chairmen Otners nterfaith service con ducted by Dr. the committee are Jo^.^ D Michelson of the „ ilIel r -. Dr 1)a .V ,i S / "^uFoundation. Rev. E. Calvin Leonard, of the Westminster Foundation at the University of Miami, will be main speaker. Halperin were Charles in and Mrs. Benjamin Appel. Herman Basch. ender. Hyman Berman, tier. Adblph Blank. Frank [ Daniel M. Broad, Judge plan. Joseph Cohen. MorI Nathan Darsky, Morris lerrrun Eisenberg, Harryting Firtel, Hyman GalGenet. Saul Genet. rlri hitler. Ginzbui g, Nathan <',insfn Goldberg, Sol Gold|ph Gonshor, Morris Gor. bi Alexandi r s. Gross, Abraham Mason, Alex Miller, Morris Miller, Abraham Mostow, Henry Lenchansky, Norman Reinhard, Samuel Reinhard, Joseph Rose, Burnett Roth, Sidney Bubinowitz, Raymond Rubin, Samuel Sokols, Hyman Sandier, Jack Satin, BcnHyman Jabloa, Ijamin Sherry. pfman, George Kimmel, I Max Silverberg, Isidore Spolter, t/ky \ : n S I.auer, I Morris Sugarman, Harry Wasserhson. Harrj Levitt, Kol-I man, Dr. Samuel B. Wolfe and |Dr. Irwin 1! Makovsky, Joseph Zemel. BJ| ...,*r?;-^'X %  ;%>. f .! *m I Alexander Gross (left), principal of The Hebrew Acaipresents B. I. Binder, president, with an engraved F his service "to the school, the synagogue and the W at the Academy's eighth annual dinner in the eau hotel Sunday. Some 650 persons attended the Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLE & Qtettact Co. lnu R S F T TLE Si v,Ci ,H DAD1 COUNTY PWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE it* >MMS City .Title lew **d umejm id. > BELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 dent; Mrs. Morris Eckhause, finan-lthe Goodwill Nonsectari; Asaoc.al secretary; Harry Goldberg, c iation and is active in many re 1 treasurer. ; igious f raterna | and philanthropic Mrs. Fred Ochs, corresponding groups. He is also serving presentsecretary; Mrs. Max Kunst. record-; ly as chairman of the Chevra Hading secretary; and Sam Seigel,' isha. Louis Weintraub and Meyer RedGreater Miami Hebrew Free lick, credit committee. f „„„ „„,., _. On the board of directors are the L a W has in tnm ,,f 30 loans Mesdames Abraham Barkow, Anna outstanding From the '"eeption of Block, Mary Hirshhorn, Sam Hert ne organization, some 200 loans man, Rose Sakowitz", Golde Indgin, have been made. Ralph Kreiger and Hyman Kam | Bet-MSSe.""* a rd •"* %  0ne i laiba •> Schwartz is founder of the Hebrew Free Loan Association, wich extends non-interest loans to needy Spinoza Forum Slates Heavy Schedule Next Week "Spinoza's Psychology of the PsSStOM and the Will" is the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson Sunday evening at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct. A question and answer period will follow. Other cultural activities at the Forum will include the Spinoza Theatre Tuesday under the direction of Lillian Miller, author of "The Girl in the Window" and Wednesday evening, a lecture on "Diet and Health." Thursday evening, Dr. Wolfson will give the third lecture in the Charles H. Lee astronomy course. persons. Masada, Miami Beach Young Adult Zionists, will hold an Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening, Feb. 10, at the home of Marilyn Sanders, Schwartz is serving presently as 139 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, treasurer of Trail lodge of the Sam Soldinger is program chairKnights of Pythias and vice presi' man. LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Albany, Boston, Providence — all other points. DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 6SS COLLINS AVE fr*? ;>\ start small • • aim big! DADE FEDERAL WELCOMES the savings accounts of all who wish to learn the value of thrift. If you are just acquiring the habit of thrift through saving of coins, or have substantial funds you want to put to work earning liberal dividends, then DADE FEDERAL is the place for your savings. 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H Continued form Pacje A Spiritual Statesmanship Program Under Way Here With Focal Meet ----. —,~ ^-5-53 1 A secietan <•' Slate Edward R. Stet^^ withm| fu!l con ,ultatioi Unius Jr. had senl me a letter _ot^ b(jth Arab „,„, jew.; in hi W winter ""* ,0 hl In ""'"S wlth Km lbn Smul ( L,1-\\ ,„ u nnnrnnchcd n> ,. ,_.u;„i <...ldc a( B C1V1C luncheon Thurstors. day which will involve leadinf ofDuring the Monday opening, ov ||( KlN (if natlona | regional and k> percent of the entire popu^j p () | ltK ;l | religious, educational. lation of Dade county was clocked Dus i neM ;m( | rlVH organizations, entering the new store, which ,,, nm ,, ak( r „ the lunch •ed on the corner ol Biscayne POSITION WANTED Middle Aged W.*u Companion or ReMitta, •" eon meeting will be Sen. George ^ blvd. and Veneti ^. c au j£ wa *Smathers of Florida, who will talk So heavy was the "tendance opportunities ol Spiritual thai the board chairman of Allied K !" .. S;im||( ., Fr iedland, Corporation, ol which all vice chairman of the NPC, "*TVZt I vi || serve as bosl for Thursdays P 1 !" V n h, n ""*" %  ; '"<< extends greetings • mce to begin enlarging the enJordan Marsh—Miami op tion by 15 percent. Chairman B. Bar] Pucketl told confi !'"•' e thai reaction from two preview days ol selling for charge account customers were Igfa to com nice him and his thai the store, lai LEGAL NOTICE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION COLLEGE, INC. FILIP MARKOWITZ, Principal Registered Architect (NY) Licensed C. C. 10 week ESTIMATING & BLUEPRINT READING COURSE $45.00 Thursdays 7 to 8 P.M. Phone FRonklin 3-6977 ......,. CONTRACTORS' EXAMINATION IJp.tll Queitiont and_Aniwer Explained. Mluitrated Oeeigning — Vak:rw ORNAMENTAL IRON CO. BRASS A AUUMiNuy r CLAUD PULLEN, Ovwr^J PULLEN METAL CRj 3f 5 N. E. 7*Ui $Tn Phone PL 9.5614 M„ r SUFFOLK DETECTIVE {Offsets: New York, Miemi. tiel private investigatiea. Coll UN 6-0759 24-MOUR SERVKE TAX RETURNS-S2.C 24 kowr service onyvkkm. __ plete accounting and oeditieai ED SHAW, JE 1-671!| JE 1 6719 and PROBLEMS worked out. COACHING 4. INSTRUCTIONS tor Contractor Licenae Eimination* Thundaya 8:10 to 10 P.M. ROOM 314 223 EAST FLAGLER STREET IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 34927 B RF RSTATK 'Ii UTH I HIUW NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE —„ w „ „ w ^„^„ ^ ww-rw-w*wvw w ^^ % % % % %  r j t built in the South, under one • : H K (JRllS! ,.. i P li th.' H I 5CK IMIWI.ISU CoUDt> : I much one time, aetualh small. Our present investment, includlerchandiae, is over S10 at this s ite. Then I will oi appi |j 825,000,000 through expanth verticallj and l; tsell and thn tly increased parking," he said. *75 UP DELIVERS YOUR CAR ANYWHERE IN U.S.A. Noted 'Cellist Admits Composers Are Bad Critics "Even composers can be terrible critics." This is the opinion of Gregor Piatigorsky. noted cellist "Richard Strauss once told me ahout a composer he disliked," Piatigorsky recalled. He was furious about the popular acclaim accorded this man. He is overrated.' Strauss said, 'On his feet he has the shoes of a mountain climber; on his head, the cowl of a monk. • I tl RDM A S ; i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCLIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 187134 UK SHOW ALTKn l< 'UN A I ISf'HRR. and ,li iHN \ ri.-i'ili;i: %  I %  • NOTICE TO APPEAR lot TI I %  da.li .'7. N. ^' I..In \ r %  %  • %  hi.nil'., 79th Ml 87 N V If ill ,i.-\ i-.-.-s. g\ anti other lh. inland .ill I'nknnwn Yor \i-.i: HKIIK! v sin H iRr> ALL DRIVERS BONDED — OWNER GETS A COPY ALL DRIVERS REGISTERED WITH POLICE AUTHORITIES SSM ON TIME DELIVERIES W P 3 0, m 25i MCh OFFICES IN 12 STATES TO SERVE YOU NATIONAL DRIVE-AWAY, INC. % %  WORLD'S LARGtST DRIVE AWAT" H0UYWO0D P0MPAN0 BCH. BOYNTON BCH. RIVIERA BCH. 3-2461 9939 9111 VI4-9293 JUPITER STUART VERO BCH. NAPIES 2311 1052 2848 2-7371 BISCAYNE SHOPPING 79TH ST., BISCAYNE Reem 208 on the Mtni Tax Retui Prepared By Former Revenue CALL FOR APPOMTMiMJ •e-eeu Warehouse or Factory I %  wilt te meet yetir n. 4 325,000 Ft. industrial MM < 32nd Aee., 39th, 40th, 41HI 1 See kuildini, under ceeitnrdii i N.W. 41 It St. Owner-heile*. R i uii in> ncjii. me IUKI oi a nioiiK. -.., ,......,: and here — htrauss laid his hand on his heart—he has nothing." :..-*IT^ The composer Strauss was nanu.t u i-r-r, L The composer Strauss was panning was Brahms. Piatigorsky revealed. With John Bitter conducting the I'M orchestra, Mr. Piatigorsky will '•' LITTLE %  Ida, CANDIES 140 N.W. 22 Ave.-Miami DELUXE VALENTINE HEART $159 ~ | per pound kcgulor 1 lb. Ant. Chocolote Box februory 14 Remember VALENTINE'S DAY $ 1 Perrine Real Estate &f 0 acres el hiejt* pie* ef reed freetefe. letweii Palweed Phmber Dr., reil SleOO eer ocre wi* Nn relcetts. WE HAVI LOTS OF 0TNO I Perrine Reol Estate REALTORS 17931 S. Dixi Higk Phonee 817-9221 81 STORE HOURS WI1KDAYS I 'til HO BUILDER 01 INDIVIDUALLY 0ES1WB I !l keereoms, 2 boths, reem, Flerida reem, *£' tile reel, terrene ew> '•"•€. J .Music Month festival. Also scheduled are Stokowski IK V' : transcriptions of the following by Bach: Giant Fugue—"Wir glauhen all' an einen Cott;" Chorale — "Komm Suesser Tod:" and Fugure in G minor — the shorter. In addition, the orchestra will play Prokofieff'.-> Classical Symphony and Polka and Fugue from "Schwanda" by Jaromir Weinberger. DON'T THROW AWAY Your Old Living Room Suite We'll Make it Look Like-Now • Refit end Replace Irekee Serines • Replece Weekiee. • Add New Fillieg • Repair, RegUe eed RepelUii Free** RE UF-HOISTERED LIKE NEW SOFA AND SCO CHAIR 39 fitofc/ish,, 7*06 Cth or Eaiy Ttrmi Distance No Object DALT0N DECORATORS ee-Ueeefsttnna Work Cearaafeee5 Veers e%*% See rills •a*el •** lOCATfOATlS00M.fcW GEORGE DAW$§ IUI10EI. 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iinai to Stage innual Jubilee Sinai Hospital will stage J annual fund raising JubiThu rMla>. M.r. I. at the Beach Auditorium, accordhospital president Max ^nted to head the drive Tooo is Howard Kane, local fder. *o will act as chairTthe all-star show for the Mr. har's event, with Ed SulliJ television and newspaper [i nastcr of ceremonies, a record shattering gate looo "With the hospital's [steadily rising because of Lj free and social services, k( necessity aiming at a ten fincreasi in receipts," Kane Inber of appointments will bunced bj Kane after a with the hospital's board •tors within the next few hairmen of entertainment, edical. women's, office and %  visions "ill be designated Wiring with Samuel Gertcutive director of Mount Mee of Mount Sinai, Kane led a> Community Chest for Miami Beach, direche Dade County Research (jon. vice president of [Miami Jewish Federation urman of the Combined Appeal campaign. Eaton Tosses Hat In Senate Ring Joe Eaton, former assistant state attorney and circuit court judge, has announced his candidacy for the state senate. The 36-year-old attorney, who established a record of public service as a criminal prosecutor and circuit court judge, will run for the state senate seat which will be left vacant by Sen. Bunn ll THE WEEK IS I SEE IT Continued from Page 4 A president But in calling for this kind of political mobilization, er snatched from American Jewry the wherewithal to ac; it. government—that impalpable, anonymous body—without a State Secretary, without a responsible President who can not elf make the discoveries Mr. Truman made, fled unscathed field o| attack against Twhich Dr. Silver in partisan fashion fief ended it. emained for Abraham Feinberg on Sunday, president of the }nd organization, to clear the air of the crisis Dr. Silver created. om indicating that the present responsibility for Israel's safety [accepted by the entire American Jewish community—not by reme Zionists" alone—Mr. Feinborg dealt severely with Dr. nost dangerous soporophic. In his ardent desire to blame and [he Administration at once—a position which sorely empha\ impo-Mhlf. contradictions—the Cleveland spiritual leader Ithat there is no crisis in the Middle East today. |as Mr. Feinberg's clear thinking in this regard that avoided disaster. +Jmi$jiric rk1ton North Dade Will Dedicate Scroll North Dade Jewish Center will dedicate a new Scroll of Law on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 12, according to an announcement this week by Rabbi Henry Okolica, spiritual leader. The Scroll was presented to the (enter by Julius Cooper in memory of his wife, the late B Cooper. Master of ceremonies at the function will be Murray Apfelbaum, Rabbi Okolica said. Harry Simonhoff, author and syndicated columnist, will be principal .speaker. Program will also include president of the Rabbinical Association Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom;. Rabbi Abraham Herson, Tifereth Israel Northside Center; Babbi Isaac Lerer, Monticello Park Congregation; Cantor Maurice Mamches, Beth Jacob Congregation; and Cantor William Lipson, Beth Davd Congregation. Representing Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be Sam J. Heiman, 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal chairman. Community officials expected at the Scroll dedication are North Miami Mayor Joseph Ludick and Shepard Broad, Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands. Chairman of the program Joseph Gautier. Gautier has announced that he would not seek re-election. Eaton and his wife, Pat, and three children reside at 4712 SW 64th ct. During the war, Eaton J was a bomber pilot and later a • squadron commander. He currentj ly holds the rank of major in the Air Force Reserve. As an assistant state attorney, 'the young prosecutor tried 13 major criminal cases and scored 12 j convictions. Eaton is a member of the faculty board at the University of Miami law school, a member of the board jof directors of the Dade County i Bar Association and is chairman [of the official board of the First Methodist Church of South Miami. Rosenfeld said that Cantor Maurice Neu will offer liturgical numbers, assisted by the North Dade Jewish Page 9 A of Lucille Moore. Mrs. Margaret Yomen will be accompanist at the organ. President of the Center is Center Choir under the direction David Goodman. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES ASSOCIATED DETECTIVES OF NORTH t CENTRAL AMERICA, INC. Phone PI 84806 l m STREET BISCAYNE PUZA, ROOM 213 MIAMI, FLA. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS *•'• Ups, B,*tM MJrrers ami Ke.il.eri*, Ow Specialty <>. Glass and Mirror Works th STREET Marris Orllm PHONE HI 3-2721 HOME OF THE FAMOUS • Just 3 minute from Ne w York City' Grand Central Terminal and con.veniently near to the Fifth Avenue Shopping district, the Lexington i centrally located. Its 801 outside. [rooms or* all equipped with combination tub and shower bam, circulating lea'water, full-length .mirror, 4-sfatlon radio. Television, New York'i rrfenoVy ffohW" Phono 9-1761 TRULY NOLEN, inc. "•Jo \ la-gent Pe\* Co-' i v Near the United Nations JNGT0NAVLAT4Wi$T,riy.CW jJOiip*o Mfrfc tyev itfi Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MS MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Men* JE T 3595 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. HI 6-51*0 Have your roof repaired now; you will MVI on • no* roof later • %  Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men'" COMING TO NEW YORK? Sloy ol (hit modern 25ttory hoM. AM oo> Ouliide eipoiure locge. btouhluMy loroiiOOet .room with klkh-, • ••II*. pcUolO both. IroaSSM doily. 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+Jmi.sLlte&&L=== = .Friday, Fb NOW OPEN i ft Another Complete Food Fair STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET serving Southwest Miami at 21st AVENUE and CORAL WAY 22nd STREET S.W. 1EO ..nu2 This new Kosher Meat Market and the one on Miami Beach at 19th Street and Alton Road are under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. Now TWO fine Kosher Markets operated by Food Fair to serve you the finest of Strictly Kosher Meats and Locally Killed and Dressed Poultry at all times. SERVICE AND SELF-SERVICE



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n J Socialites galore the other night packed L'Aiglon for the tenth anual polio ball. Pine Tree dr.'s Mrs. Robert Z. Gr**n* was leading light of the affair, which raised some $36,000 even before it open•d Nancy's gown was made from a kimono she brought back from Tokyo. Squired by husband ih*To-chaired the ball—which has raised a quarter of a milliard for the polio fund since its Inception—with Mr. Sailing Mr$ Harold Land*nd, Emmy Whitehead, Mr.. Sydney L, ^_i,f the Mothers' March on Polio—Mr*. C. C. Bloom, 'km Myer<,on, Mr. L*onard Ab*ss and Mr*. George K*njicd in black chiffon with skirt which varied from white %  hpalc gray and hack was Mr*. Jack (Fay*) Ablin, in at times k( and at times gay conversation with the Magnus Altmeyjece. lovely Sally Mick l, chose a white bouffant )r the affair. Also among guests were Hibiscus Islands' Mrs. Hal Pelton and the Ira Westerns, of California. L. Moses Krieoor is celebrating her 84th birthday on Feb. fat'Valentine clay. dive in Beth Sholom Sisterhood, she recently returned from (to Europe and tour through Israel with daughter Mrs. DorCrieger Fink. Lnds recall Mrs. Kriogor in the days way bact wfjten she [spark plug I r women's rights in politics. (Were such drives kceaarj '. • • lughter Dorothy is a noted housing expert. Incidentally, eeneratioii •>( this family is Dorothy's son, Richard, a Ha'v'd Ite and Miami attorney. eakinc of the Peltons: Hal and wife Kay are off for a birth|lebration Feb. 11. Destination is Mexico City, where they'll itulate Lalu Sanchaz, who was their houseguest on Hibiscus j ia>t November. ompan>iny the Peltons to Mexico City will be the Joseph taobs, ol Coral Gables, who also plan to visit Acapulco and kleanbefore returning home. for the Robert Z. Greenes: A week in Nassau was their ^tion "to gel away'' and *for a brief rest. pied at Park Avenue were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Aboss in ting conversation with syndicated finance columnist Sylvia flvia was in town to view business conditions here and at the Delano hotel. 1st rid executive board meetings of combined Optimist and Irs. clubs Saturday in Orlando hastened the departure of I ents Mr. and Mrs. Lylo E. Fesler, who left the previous lay morning with a stop on the way in Clermont. bavins Frid re Mrs. Jack Lowe, Mrs. N. Doug Raff and foward Brooks, who spent the night in Lakeland with Mrs. lister, Mrs. Leonard Wolf*. Jr. and Mrs. Ben Mondress, 1636 SW 13th St.. were tickled j>> when daughter Mrs. Ami* Small popped in for a sevcralI n. finer I M coed Carol* Mondress—and lovely too—who Ke* with husband Ami* in Philadelphia. pth Carole is baby Laurel-Ells*, who's making the rounds par's friends and former classmates. foth Orange N J.. proved too cold for them, so Mr. and Mrs. pel Cohen are here for the winter. (other reason is to be near children Mark and Michael, who "ending school on the Beach. le new. ls „„i: Denmark's contribution to satire, pianist Prt, will be coming to Miami Apr. 9 for a theatrical per%  ee here. ttor recently s ot New York paid Ira owns a rug company in Dalton, Ga., and she's a T ot Atlanta's Standard club. Tow "D" 8 fr m duties as an advertising executive in •HKn. ** Bu^n • arrived in Miami Saturday to house 1 we Leon Kay**. Res* also did some visiting with Mrs. on and daughter Margaret Eisan. IGord •ltd Mrs. Abraham Castor's Pine Tree dr. home was filled ng Personalities this week. • and?"' nS Cl ri $,rook and • %  • %  *• Brooks, of motion k a hn t V 7\ arrived s turday and only broke their vacation r nr "'t filing sortie in Key West. W m' C, ,ldin recently spent a good bit of time in Italy. aiani. tl0ns Wilh £amed stars *•*•"•*• rmi uid '„** fcr cIliM' ,a r RaDids • ere the Paul Krachmors to be from r n ; *"• *• d ** Harold. David l i ,r Ra P' ds re the Nat* Cohn* for a visit with u *"d and Marilyn. ^ngsters are all attending school hew. m '* U i national executive field director William W*inb*rg Saxon h UnUed JeWiah Appear Mtional kickoff tlte UJ i owian s "World lte\wil§ltUEIIioididliiaun MIAMI. FLORIDA Friday, February 10, 1956 Section B Lively rehearsals of "Bar Kochba" show the lead players busy with scripts. In front are director Sam Hirsch, concert basso Vernon Kingsley and actor Bob Lyons. Standing in rear (left to right) are composer-conductor Ben Yomen, star soprano Gloria Aliani, featured tenor Stan Porter, who plays the role of the Jewish hero Bar Kochba, television's Ruth Sutherlin and WTVJ's Vagabond, Alan Keys, also starred. Piano accompanist \% Margaret Yomen. The "Bar Kochba" production by Ben Yomen and the Miami Beach Community Singers will be staged Feb. 26 at Miami Beach auditorium and Feb. 29 at Dade County auditorium. Left to right are Mrs. William Plunkett, secretary of Dade County chapter, Florida Federation of Blind; Mrs. Frank Smulson. president of Coral Gables chapter. B'nai B'rith Women; and Mrs. Harry Salzman. president of Dade chapter, Florida Federation. They are planning the local organization's drive for $35,000, opening here Feb. 17. Proceeds will be used to begin construction of bulding which will ultimately house offices and recreational facilities for blind here. Dade's Blind Need Facilities B'nai B'rith Ladies Offer Help Did you know that there are an estimated 2,000 persons in Dade county who are blind? And that of this number over 80 are children, ranging in age from pre-sehool to high school? But an even more astonishing fact is that these sightless persons do not have their own headquarters here. True, there's a Dade county chapter of the Florida Federation of the Blind. It is also true that this chapter endeavors to serve Dade's blind primarily through programs including social and recreational activity, health and vocational guidance and braille instruction. But the Dade county chapter has no building, no recreation center, no offices to carry out its duties. Well, the local chapter in conjunction with ten B'nai B'rith Women's groups has decided to do Continued on Pag* 5 B I • — •



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m Page 2 B ^ZStoec iat ^4bout Jyeiti Whatever its Origin, Chtlent Makes An Excellent Sabbath-Haliday Dish : favorite* Fridc Beth Jacob Ladies Plan Purlmi By LEAH LEONARD sht. I %  We have had several requests n)av (x .1 for a recipe for the lime-honored ,. rr .. • > Sabbath and Holidaj dish called !nr ed or Cholenl In some families this dish .,,, ailed Sfaalet, others call it I One theory is that the word Cholent mav have originated in France, from the word chaud (meaning hot. Another theory 1that the word Cholent is a corrup tion of the German wordShule Ende >end of synagogue servi specially on Sabbatb). Regardless ol the origin of the name. Cholent loubt invented to meet the need for a hot meal on Sabbath and or Holiday when p not permitted. Cholent i> delecEasyto-Make Puff Pastry 2 cupsifted all-purpose flour _. teaspoon cream of tartar 1 cup butter or VCfetl margarine cup ice water led tab!M aml „ thirds. winch !\ rollm MI' %  that Ihere og and rolim•** %  ,.-th*r „,li i„. fer *lnt a.toWtiwiH,r ; chill the pa* luring ,be chiUmj me -hort. with wax paper. Wei ** 4 different kindof toppings foi ,he little pastries 3 table-noon, u -r-sugar n M „ omft juiee mtxea to a thick paste *m rmi tor 0 f the round\ bit of candied orange peel on top of a little of the orange flavor All proceeds „, thr Hebrew h()(ll J Biaterhood ol Be* Jecoi CoftfM n vul hold a Purim Ball on Wednesday, Feb. 29. at the WM man Crown hdteL lrvmg Peitrack and his band win urovide musical cntei tuinniei High..ht ^ r!^S!L^iriL? Hen Rajna are ear Kat..,n. which present* 1 rollment of 90 chit On the iiTangeoiai entertainment, axe the .',!.•,d a m. of the rverun* will bejman. H • tl^n>wnajpbl Queen Rsthen -=. ldOH"|'"'"H'fr* *'* — fr* Sifl together flour and cream of od mixture made an attractive ton half inch bits. Use two knivefor of cherry each, the tWrd quick work Now dump the short Uon WU made of th sugar Sning b,t.into the sifted flour moistened with sherry.andl for top table in any language and rema with a fork ping we u-ed chopped nutt. n traditional fare. .„ that al! blt ro well coated with fourth group was topped MUMP recipe you'll find fj our Add the ice water, reserving the two tablespoonfuls to be used Here ;a-!e-temping: Cholent 'Basic Retipa) Mix only till the 2 • :;ced or diced t gh will hold er Into a •%  rather rtkkj ball Use the re-en .. or oil e< i ice water if some Hour remains dried lima %  • in bol wilt on a well tl 8 to 10 med • and turning till it c be I andled easily %  • bail ol into 1 rec th k .. keeping corners aa ble Dust with flour it the shortening sticks out %  I %  our R ill out sain to inch thickness u you havi board lar sh, 01 hotter still, 2 S • pepi er %  %  oven or anj other hi ith a tight pn es, meat cut into serv11 tinted sugar mixed with a little (tome de mentho and oV ated with green maraschino cherry .MI these should be ] in readiness till the pastries are iked and cooled. cut out pastrii alter rolling oul lion ol the chilled rj and bake In %  preht oven al 450 tor 211 minutes Brush with diluted egg yolk [or 1 glaze and return to oven for 2 minul Let cool before decorating above Do the rolling and CUtl out in a cool room for beat n suits Hotter still, have someone help the cutting out and it will not he more than an hour for the whole process You'll base about tin daintj pastries tag 1 luck into %  tables. Mix flour and seasor 1 and sprinkle Add boi adjust cover on v .• and cook over low heat from 4 hour-. Lift cover an add water tl 1 nt Stick%  1 ]">t on an er a low flame ol stove or electric heat and let cook -lowly overnight and till '.me. The Chok nt maj be placed m a ette for the -low period. Or, it maj be left in .; ei 250 the leading N0N-FATTENING sweetener Purim Supper Will Honor Mrs. Katz Sisterhood ol Beth Tfilah w II per She will be assisted by Mrs bold a Purun -upper on Sunday Bessie Jacobson, Mrs. Hi I evenioi Peb 19 '.liukmarr.-!*>*.Gftel Kleiner and The affair will honor past presi Vr ~ LUUen Ackerman. dent Mr-. Rachel Kat^ who held the office for eight consecutive years. "During her term of office. Siterhood contributed generouslj to the • various Lmpi meritand also helped marn m families with real od," Mrs. berman current president, W 1 dnesday. 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febniory 10. 1956 *Jm1ftinerkOr7 feminine fair: \^Jn the . day. "Funds [will be used to send tuberpi cancer patients from this the hospital in Denver," |d. cannot stress too strongly Ni for all ouh members and Hendi to come out and help pake it a successful tag day forthy can-.' 5hef Emess Ladies fear Spiritual Leader Itood l hesed Shel Emess *t Monday afternoon, Feb. the home of Mrs. Anna 1643 S\V 7th st. i Jonah (apian, spiritual Kneseth Israel Congre•fll address the memberfair. of / ARE YOU FARBLUNJET? FREE! Seed tdeyfr year frtt capy af. Use weaderfwl new Jewiih fwalish "NMl S ll h ef Familiar Jewish Wards ead Exartssians". See "FarMaajer" M past 34; alse ^larrdwayaaei*". Sae "Macfce* A Cfceia/k" • page a. $.. 222 Jewish weeds, exaressient, deriaitiens, "*•, etc Faa, laughs, educational far tea whale family. .. -^ femyeer free cey, write fo; • J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP. 405 LEXINGTON AVENUE NEW YORK J7, NEW YORK W/JS& TRUE Qwtss RAVOR It takes Alpine pastures and Swiss cheese-making skill lo produce the nut-sweet, distinctive flavor of Swiss Knight process Gruyere Cheese. Delicious with crackers and fruit. Costs slightly more than domestic cbcesc-and you taste the difference! Swiss KNIGHT ^ the original Switzerland Swiss PROCESS GRUYERI CHII5I x9* j • .. Kelemer, Sylvia Kaplan, Dubbie Pine, Juliet Lewis, Bea Merse.1 and Shari Silverman. Solos will be sung by Sylvia Kaplan, Dubbie Pine, Sylvia Pass. Rose Kelemer, Shari Silverman and Ida Roller. TETLEY TEA l N A GLASS • • That's the fine old Jewish way to en. joy tea at its finest..."flavor crushed" Tetley (or fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure... served in a gl.s* or cup! 1837 Gaaraateed Kesbtr— Jacob Cenea JJ "How About Heinz Today?" They're strictly Vegetarian! They're strictly "pareve"! They're strictly in the "mechaya" class! Mm ... they're packed in a tomato sauce that's delightful ... a sauce, made with Heinz "Aristocrat" tomatoes. Yes, how about Heinz Kosher Beans today? Select either label. They're both the same beans. HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS STRICTLY KOSHER Tha @> Koaher ol of TMI UNOH Of OTMO0OS JtWtSM CONGttOATlONS Of AMietCA it on ttw Iraat •fNMlakat, t



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Page 4 B ^Jewistncridla£_ Women Top in Area Philanthropy to be Among Tea Leaders A distinguished group <>f women prominent in the work of local philanthropies and community services was Wednesday named to serve with the "Heart Team" committee of the Combined Jewish Appeal sponsors tea. Mrs. Moe Feingold, assisted by Mrs. Meyer A Ha-kin. will head the MiamLCoral Gables fund raising function to be held at the home of Mrs. Mitehel P. Miller Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 14, al 4311 Granada Wvd., Coral Gables. According to Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, WomenDivision chairman. "the 'Heart.' 'Hope' and 'Life' teamare the organizing bodies tor Women's Division activities and istitute the leadership ol the i*s major organizations and welgroups." ng as members ol the Mi ami-Coral Cable"Heart Team committee will be the Mesdames Ackerman. Paul Barnett, rman, Abe I assetl Morris hen. Geoi horn, Da> id G man. Louis l n, Harrj G i don. Charles Gottlieb. Georgi \ %  i 3 m J Heiman, Leon Kap \ M. mer, Bernard M Keller, Jaj Kislak. A.. rim Ki 1 ebov. ley I.eicourt. iel P. Miller, B Moskin Stan. Joseph Narol i Rubin. The Mesdames Rosamond Scher, Mey< r S< hwartz S< rkin, William D Sin Smith. Bernard A Ster II SumSwartz. Philip H W Julian : I A V ib The SEA HORSi 600 S.W. 8th ST. Ph. 12 9109 owv %  %  MR. AND mS. Ml Couple Here Mark 50th Anniversary A unique si ,l "' en annivi Mrs Free will form par! oi the i ular late Fr the North shore Jewish Center. Highlighting the service will be the offering oi Bn original Hebrew prayer written bj Mr Free lift, Mr-. Free, h mtheir anniversarj Another new expt rience will be the reading lertions ol Psalm 26 in Yiddish by Mrs Free, who has long been .: \ iddish cull Mr. and Mini Minsk, Russia In 1913, the) arrived m America Mi is todaj one ol the lea businessmen in Milwaukee, w ddition to the Frees' partici pation m Milwaukee community activities Mi tier is chairman ol Is oi Israel and president ol the Hebrew Academj there the couple speak Hebrew fluently In Mr Free is chairman ol Histadruth Ivrith, the u dation. The Frees ill be hosts al the ,: which follows the ice. KERBIE'S OF lOCH SHELDRAKE, NY. FEATURING OUR FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL MENU Chinese Itolion American Seafood FULL COURSE DINNERS (from 5 to 9:30 p.m.) OEllCHTFUl IATE SNACKS LUSCIOUS DESSERTS PIZZAS UNTIL 2 A.M. 247 23rd St., One Block West of Roney Plaza PH. JE 8-5191 free Parking fitfi f JMJ! MO R MANOlf R^SWU WANT For the FinestMICHEl" RESTAURAl QAH MITZVAHS. 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hniaryJ0.J956_ *-***'**> n^rtton Blind Need FacilitiesB'nai B'rith Ladies Offer Help Page 5 B Continued from Pnoo ^ ,hnut it The White Cane Fund Drive, linV headquarters at Box 86. Miami, will *ai for some $35,000 on Friday. Feb. 17. Hav Miami Bench will carry out a Tag .h,T Dade county chapter. One week later, Kiiarm will f ,,llow suit Aml on Mar %  • be a county wide door-to-door drive to his minimum goal. UfthN is only a starter." explained Mrs. kman president of the local chapter of the brierotiim oi the Blind. '"But we must Where and the $35,000 will atleast get L a v toward the construction of a building I fusing our offices, recreation centers [necessarj facilities." L',„ BSS i s | the B'nai Brith women are %  Wll. executive director of the chapter; treasurer; Mrs. William I'luukeu. and Mrs. Edwin Knudson, Loy Sumner m gcrimgeour, hoard members. LnkSmul-ori. president of the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Women, who will head up \i campaign, explained that "our South ^s groups are merely giving leadership jorthulnU cause. B*nai B*rith recognizes [need for the I>ade county chapter of the federation ol the Blind to have their own [for the purpose of serving this area's ersons. Other organizations dedicated to persons | ,ffering from handicaps and illness have their own local headquarters. And our blind-who are doing a splendid job by instilling in themselves and others the recognition that the loss of sight does not necessarily mean the loss of active participation in our community—must also have this advantage We mean to help them get it." Heading up the Miami Beach campaign will be Mrs Lawrence Weston. of North Shore chapter B'nai B'nth Women. Other chairmen include Mrs' Flora Supworth, West Miami area; Mrs Sol Schwartz. Southwest; Mrs. Jack Kirschbaum of Flamingo chapter, co-chairman with Mrs. Evelyn Harvey for the Hialeah area; and Mrs. Ben Moreenstern. Coral Gate. Non.B'nai Brith women in Greater Miami pitching in to help the campaign attain its goal are Mrs. Olga Berger, (oral Gable*; Mrs. Mortimer Fried, Key Biscayne; Mrs. Lucia Hartog, Keystone Point: Mis Albert Winewica, South Miami; and Mrs. Doris Clark, Northwest. "We have been facing the problems of the blind for a long time," Mrs. Salzman said. "In many instances we have helped ourselves and others overcome them. We feel that we can give real encouragement to other sightless Dade countians because we have already made some progress in this area of work. But we need the community's help. And the B'nai B'rith ladies of this area are giving us a heap of that help." Dade Ladies Eye Purim Carnival k> are un lerway at North fish Center, 13630 West I., for the celebration of (Sunday. Feb. 26. u the Sunday school will i I) where they will ImoMe. "Queen EaUaer." |be followed bj .< I'urim with prizes to be br the 1"--: costumes re he nolida] ent.will be M rved b) Bcif-ii i'i.\ CeetivtJ rim carnival and barbeheld from 3 p.m. to 8 e will be by room for Louise Wise ter in Israel I galore will be found at fcy rummage sale sponpe Miami chapter of the lewish I i. ress all day |b. 10. and all day Sat11. at Shells Super ii N\V 7th ave. Ileidenrich is ehairI for the fce of the Louise Water* I Youth Center in Israel, mothers. Mrs. Maurice Neu, barbecue chairman, and her committee are planning a tempting array of barbecued foods plus side dishes. Mrs. Arnold Stern is chairman of the carnival with Mrs. Irving Cohen as co-chairman. Assistant carnival and barbecue workers will be Mrs. Oscar Braveman. Mrs. Milton Beresh, Mrs. Charles Cole, Mrs. Fred Bhra, Mrs. Jack August, Mrs. Harold Shopmaker, Mrs. Murray Summers. Mrs. Robert Napp. Mrs. Charles Weissman, Mrs. Jerry Kramer, Mrs. Jack Powell, Mrs. Frank Weldon, Mrs. Harold Book, Mrs. Monroe Schiffman, Mrs. Ewald Ziffer, Mrs. Joel Gottehrer, Mrs. Albert Danovsky, Mrs. Max Click, Mrs. Ralph Robbins, Mrs. Toby Messinger, Mrs. Murray Apfelbaum and Mrs. Harry Friedman. pSCELO |T MUST IN 1AMIICAN CUISINE ft on a tradition in I Old World Setting pe Bar & Lounge TRT • C0UINS AVENUE PHr 4:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Phone 816-9240 TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER Freit, aeeefiitr, see*, f* tirtt liiti, chitkan-iU'Mt. flaafeM t cfcitken brisktt •I keel, (till. itf'd O.r ma, wlaa eanert. *•*. 7-COURSE STRICTLY KOSHER with Sacramental Wine MES. Ml. 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OWN PARTTI Hillel House Will Hove Weekend of Festivities To celebrate the first anniversary of the dedication of the new Hillel House on the University of Miami campus, a big weekend of festivities is planned beginning Friday evening, Feb. 10, and endins Saturday evening A special "Bar Mitzvah" service Friday evening at 6:15 will pay tribute to the 13th year of the University of Miami Hillel Foundation on campus. Dr. Donald D. Michelson, director, will conduct the service, with students participating. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday evening there will be a birthday party, honoring the first year of the new Hillel House. Rich and hearty... chock-full of old time chicken goodness I MANISCHEWITZ Chicken Soup KOSH** CLEAR with RICE with NOODIES with KREPtACH with MATZO BALIS Try All 51 CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT Open Til S A.M. 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    l^lstncrMRatL Page 6 B I-^j^ Wyttt Q I & I of Society \$Um/He* J*96*t7 f mile over satin, the • ending in a cathedral train. \ pearl tiara held her fil gertip French illu-ion veil, and carried • bids and car. r • : on a white Bible, with I • eroses Howard Sacks, the I • • from Brooklyn, N Y on of hi %  Michele Claire Levine, bride's nine-year-old sister, junior maid of honor. The bridegroom is the -on of Mr. and Mrs. Hillman Lentin. 3710 ( ha-i > Miami Beach. His beat man was 'piArnold B. Gardiner. Laurel. Md. Ushers were Leonard Garter, Herman Schlussel, Hilard Silver and Dennis Lentin. Mr and MrLentin will live at 23H) Coral Way alter a h meymoon ,h( is Havana. was ____ Howard W Dixon was best man Miss Sobl'l WCCIS^ for hibrother-in-law, and ushers ^Jp, Slillllc'Y Si(.'1*1 111"' Suzanne Sotel became the bride Neal Levine, brother of the bride. Daniel Miller. Reuben S i kin. Herbert Rand, Bertram Moss and Don Klatzkin. The couple will lie at home at 2121 S\v 14th ter. after Feb, 13 Sunda) ol Stanley owen Sterling 12:30 p m ceremony in the Rone) Plaza hotel. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated. The bride ithe daughter of Mr. and MrLeo I Sotel, 2170 SW 19th st Mr. Sterling's parentare Mr. and Mr-. B. A. Sterling, 2:177 Mindell, Boris Went to Bermuda Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boris took SW 25ln %  ** %  a wedding trip to Bermuda follow-! The bride wore a gown of pure ing their marriage la-t month in silk satin with -quare necklimapV aldorf-Astona hotel. New York, pliqued with Swiaa embroidered I Harry Halpern officiated at medallions. A full skirt ended in the ceremony which was followed a chapel-length train, and a pearl bj ;• dinner dance. I coronet held a three-tiered French The bride is the former Judith illusion veil. E. Mindell. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Alan Sohcl. alster-uvltW of Mrs. MornL. Mindell. Brooklyn,' the bride, and Judy Sterling. th an=** **-* 33S S.W. 11th A... LEO ALLEN. SpacJeJfaiaw ia Care *e Nat



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    . FebruarylO^g^ +Je*islifk)rkHari Pago 7B \rdmor* M5. ST£PHAM FRKOtl HtS. DONALD TtNiNBAUM *S. HmtST WEINSTIIN Double Ring Rites For Miss Karesh In a 2 p.m. double nn candlelight ceremony on Sunday, Jan. 29. at the Algiers hotel, Miss Marcia Karesh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Karesh. 2910 SW 23rd st.j formerly of Charleston, S.C., became the bride of Stephan Paul | Fregger, son of Mrs. Edythe Fregj ger. 752 • 86th st., Miami Beach. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of the Israelite Center, officiated. Decor of the wedding was pink and white. Best man was Byron Cirlin. Ushers were David Blauner and Joel Karesh. Bridesmaids were Sandra Levine, Mignon Benson and Anna Jackson, all dressed in aqua halerina length gowns. Maid of honor was Priscilla Fregger, sister of the groom, dressed in a pink ballerinalength gown. The bride selected a ballerinalength nylon tulle gown trimmed with hand-clipped chant illy lace. Her four-tired French illusion veil was attached to a cap of matching lace. Mrs. Sadie Needle, bride's maternal grandmother, Mrs. Anne Karesh, bride's paternal grandmother, and Mrs. Anna Mink, groom's maternal grandmother all attended the wedding. MKS. MAJtVIN ZAUS Judith Bakst Bas Mitzvah Saturday Miss Policy Weds Marvin Zalis Here Miss Zelda Polley became Mrs. Marvin Zalis in 1:30 p.m. ceremonies Sunday, Feb. 5, at the Trocadero restaurant. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, of Beth El Congregation, officiated. The bride is the daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Manuel M. Polley. 6227 SW 19th st. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joel Zalis, 1668 SW 14th ter. Unique feature of the ceremony was that the ring of the bride's grandmother was used. Maid of honor was sister of the bride Marilyn Polley. The bride's cousin, Valerie Golden, acted as bridesmaid. Best man for his brother was Edward Zalis. Ushers included Alan Polley, Richard Polley, Stanley Zalis and Charles Zalis. Newlywed Mrs. Zalis attended FIcteheP, Gold 11111 n schools in Norwalk and graduated ,,. WVtlHinf/ from Bridgeport University at 'd'1 .IUI1C \> (.(lCllllh Bridgeport, Conn. She is employed | Rachelle Leah Fletcher and in the unit buying control departStanley Lewis Goldman are planment of Sears Roebuck in Coral "'"8 a J" ne wedding in New York HISS KOCHULt FLfTCNM Judith K. Bakst. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Bakst, will become Bas Mitzvah at Sabbath morning services of Beth David CongregaThe bride is a graduate of Miami t,on ... .... ,, Judith is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School. Senior High School and attended the University of Florida in Gainesville. The groom is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Florida School of Engineering. Alpha Epsilon Pi is his fraternity. Reception and dinner followed at the Algiers hotel, after which the couple left for their honeymoon and a tour through Florida. They will return to Gainesville where Mr. Fregger will receive his degree in June. Gables. The groom graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami. His AB degree is University in New York. He is in business with his father here. A reception followed the ceremony at the Trocadero. After a She is a member of the school or-(two-week honeymoon through Florchestra and is at present serving jida, the couple will be at home at as assistant concert master. Judith 2020 SW 66th ave., Miami, has attended Beth David religious school for the past five years. Mrs. Bakst has been active in the PTA of Beth David for several years and is now serving as president. Mr. Bakst is a member of the Beth David board of education and j Levy, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a member of the executive board 1 Tenenbaums Will Live on West Coast Newly married Mr. and Mrs. Donald Alan Tenenbaum will travel across the country on their wedding trip. They will make their temporary home in Berkeley, Cal., where the bridegroom will attend the University of California to complete his course in criminology. The bride is the former Mildred Shirley Long, daughter of Harry Long, Washington, D.C., and the late Mrs. Long. Mr. Tenenbaum is the son of Mrs. Alma Tenenbaum, of Miami Beach, and the late Leslie Tenenbaum. The wedding ceremony was performed before members of the family in Naples, Fla., on Jan. 22. Mrs. Stanley Szymanski, the bride's aunt from Delaware, was matron of honor. Nathan Joffee, of Miami Beach, maternal grandfather of the bridegroom, served as best man. Barbara Levy's Gift Is Trip to Europe City and a honeymoon in Europe. The couple became engaged on the bride-elect's birthday in November. The daughter of Mrs. Esfrom*Yeshiva! te,le FU^ner. 1947 Park ave.. Mi1 ami Beach, and the late Abraham M. Fletcher, she graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended University of Miami. Her present home is in New York. Mr. Goldman is the son of Mrs. Rose Goldman. New York, and the late Isidore Goldman. He graduated from New York University where he served as chancellor o£ Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. Mr. Lieber's Fiancee As a graduation gift to Barbara' O f KeW Gardens of the Miami District, Zionist Organization of'America. The Baksts will be the hosts at the Oneg Shabbat which follows late Friday night services, the Kiddush on Sabbath morning and the Talis ft Tefilin club breakfast on Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz, Levy, of 516 Catalonia ave.. CoralI 0 f Kew Garden Hills. Long Island, Gables, are giving her a trip to'N.Y., are announcing the engageEurope this summer. Barbara merit of their daughter, Ina, to graduated with high honors from Gerald Lieber. the University of Miami on Feb-1 Mr. Lieber is the son of Mr. and ruary 6 with a Bachelor of EducaMrs. Morris Lieber. 2235 SW 16th, tion degree. I ter., and makes his home in WashShe has just been elected to Phi jngton, D.C. He graduated from L UNDER ** MANAGEMENT Vhitehouse of Beauty SALON • J|l*r-8londiii9 Tintinq • Fermooent Waviitj "" Styling W Introductory Offer Ns WeeJt Only SHAMPOO and SIT $2.00 "SI OCEAN DtlVt *•"• it MS53 Miss Katz Chose White Taffeta Gown Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weinstein are making their home in New York City following their marriage last month in Lincoln Manor, Miami Beach. The bride is the former Stella Katz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Katz. 550 NE 158th st., North Miami Beach. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Weinstein, New York. Attending the couple were Mrs. Elaine Meyers, cousin of the bride, and Leonard Weinstein, the bridegroom's brother. The former Miss Katz wore a cocktail-length goWn of white taffeta, lace and tulle. A seed pearl tiara held an illusion veil, and she carried orchids and lilies-of-thevalley on a Bible. They spent their honeymoon in Miami Beach. Brotherhood Theme Of Ladies' Meeting "Can There be True Brotherhood With Segregation" will be the theme of the next meeting of Beth David Sisterhood on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 15, in the auditorium of Beth David Synagogue. Rev. Edward P. Graham, nationally known negro minister of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, will be main speaker. Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, spiritual leader, will discuss Purim and its relationship to brotherhood and segregation Question and answer period will follow. Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz will deliver the invocation, and Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman will arrange a Purim exhibit. Kappa Phi honorary scholastic society. During her three and a half years at the University, she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority and served as treasurer and vice president. Hillel repjresentative and Panhellenic Council representative. She has also been a member of Alpha Lambda Delta freshman women's honorary, Future Teachers of America and the Association for Childhood Education. Barbara was elected secretary for Kappa Delta Pi, an education honorary organization, and has been on the Dean's list every semester. Miss Levy is now teaching fifth grade at Westview Elementary School. She has also been a member of the faculty of the Coral Gables Jewish Center religious school, where she served as a Sunday School teacher for many years and a Hebrew school teacher for the past three years. Barbara has been asked to represent the School of Education of the University of Miami at a convention of Southeastern educators in Knoxville, Tenn. the University of Miami. Miss Schwartz attended New York State Community College in Brooklyn. The wedding will be in May. -lAJSTBROs fcvV "•• bi w Dixie Picture From Co. 3S40 M.W. 54* St. PfcrWa'* Larg**t WtalmU M „" nu fatur*r f Fletur* Frm*e. Mowing* and Framed Picture* Leo Otonent %  1-1141 A-1 Employment Service 37 NX S* St. PH. 04 AL MHOCNBenO. 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    /r Fage 8 B J_jaf r High Sch K] and ia a member M. Schafl r'ol the band. n Sal Feb n ;.i Among relatives attending will Kabhi be I dmotln r, Mrs stein, Mr and Mrs -..iii.'. in and Mrs Mai the Pepper, Mr. and Mrs H Slepian, Miki I Mi • N Tu MrM s. haffer Out-of-Towners To Honor Katx Martin Lew. son of Bw.tndMrj. Jacob I) Katz. 1321 %  M***-JJ am. Beach, will become Bar Mi* vah Saturdaj morning. FtP. %  al the Hebrew Academj Kabbi Alexancler S. Grot* will official* ihc Bar Mitzvah will conduct Musai servici KJ read the complete Sabbath portion from tin Scroll. tin, an eighth the leader oi the Cub I pack at tl kcadem) His father is a member ol the I of education a director ol Kneseth truatea •'i Tfilah i ongregation He was in li m lionticello P Ih Miami Beach Mrs. KM a director ol the Hebn \* ad< u men and an officer in the PT \ she icorresponding sei retarj ol the Women's Branch ol Ihe I i ol Orthodox Jewish Congregations lit \;m-r i (mi ol town guests will be Dr. and MrSamuel Katz, Mr Harry Fromer and Mr. and Mrs Jack Messinger ol ili' Bronx N V Dr Mi Rol i man, Clifton, N J Mr and Mrs Fred w /"^.je bruqryi^. Brooklyn. NY; Mr. and Mrs. Jules torney General of New Yn, and Mr. and Mrs. fc nja £*' Charfow. South Fallsburg. N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kahaner. At Savannah, Ga. MILKBOY is mode in Switzerland —that gennine imported Swiss Gruyere just right for the YIDDISHEN GESHMAK Feature the Finest Swiss Gruyere ot your dairy meals and supper spreads-the perfect treat for "ice-box goniffs". Gerald Matthew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Eckstein, 1172 NE 161st ter., North Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Feb. 11. of Monticello Park Congregation. Rabbi Isaac Lerer will officiate. Here it ij -Milkboyl Not just Gruyere. but the very fmesl there if, fresh made in Switrerlond ond imported by Border, to please Ih. Yiddishen loom. Keep M.lkboy Brand handy — so delicious, nourishing and easy to serve with soups, salods, in sandwiches, und for between meal snacks. And. of course, a ter. rific treat for ice box cjonifli. Get Milkbo, at your grocer's today I DISTRIBUTED BY THE BORDEN CHEESE COMPANY NEW TIME FOR YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Natatir'. Yiddish Classical Hour *"H oe heard every Sunday from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Two New Features "THEATRE NEWS'" Featuring Simon Wolf "FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Sh.nhana Spector STATION YVYVPB 1450 on Your Dial GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING (iREATER MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE IE 1-5537 listen fo SCHACHTER'S BAIL* JEWM8B PROGRAMS ManV r \L i0nd e 0V 2 % *"* Monday thru Friday 4:30 p.m. on RADIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DIAL lar 9 esf listening Audience Mewfah Forum On The Air* 9 Ivtry $unday-10:00 to ll:M 0>m Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) MM VarUut Features ^reduced and Oireefed by SIMON StlDlN 503 J.W. 17„ Aee. Ifc I2 S4M Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO. 72C0 N.W. 29th Avenue Phone NE 5-2044 "^ -AstrffV yonUin**t new re •• cte P I 9ftl Even if you've never baked before n, Dromedary Cake Mix make ,5 u expert at first try ... K jv c uu IJf" advances ,h. y ra ak^or b S. l,,t finer... faster... foolproof! ^ Bake it easy with New DROMEDARY CAKE MIXES OtOMIOAIV fOUNO CAM MIX DEVIL'S IOOD MIX • OIN6IHIM0 MIX YIUOWCAKIMIX.MONIr N SHC1 CAKI MIX • YIUOW CAK| MIX KOSHER. TOO-THEY HAVE THE vU YET DROMEDARY'COSTS NO MORE' F3^H 0R0 WITZMARGARETO M A T Z O H SI Ooet-GiUp M Dimtxibiamd by PALM D1STB1BUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th ST., MIAMI 37, FU. PHONE F MM WTVJ Television Program Schedule Friday thru Monday FRI SAT. SUN. M0N. 7 rti snow 4 Wenthei gin On 8 Cele y ltanrh .M.riilns Sbov \V:hr_ altyn on-Mu l< 10 AM.IV> Uana; I Q Lewis] i me •• TlW V Cartoon CtUb lThl Is Life v,!:anl Udr I hlng Club I •' Shopper Uu* I Buffalo Bill il.'mp Unto Ft Capt Mlitniie llMk Up, Llv v Hodfrer si -toonvllle IChrlatupher. A. Oodfrer I I 12 1 It Rich rni Rancara'uvlnc Jnith strike It "" V....II Ed • Lova ol i.i%.%  • an ii ''"K l.lieht 00 \l... .M„ 1C : '' Lovi Siory i Houaa II Party Big r,.p Take a Trip N ion Edlllot lx>ve of '•" Rill Hi. kok *•/* Wentern FVa. Komlc Komer Mmu Mfl j TO He Ann. ed LoV* StorT M nit Pas-off I oaby \. I. xka-Iowa NViik-Iowa %  x •" I IMM IkoV re Film IBIf Picture Ja. kit's Ho \ r •• 1 Adventure H W Partf -H DloaayUnd Bob I'rosby U rmtt Karp Yoti Arc Ther. On Vr B= A..i,„ tswjHbua Cut Oallant Annie 0kk* A "•"•"• Heel, Now SQ U :.'. : WUhr. tta. w ?£ k ..f Spoil. N.W1 IVturc I -J I I t>M IPltyte B> Hood i A:I" Talent S><*" / 8 how M'n\ in.,on, ra ) Alwoy, Jan. oo i.in. -ii|, K.l Sullivan Itimf.l It.. U TV Theater %  ••^ ipi'r 1 -""" 1 ..^okiAppot-t. IW — Thr Iwh-f. Mr u\ _^_ 11 5> m?Jbs!%B — ""• i "" 'rnel off



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    icy, Februar y 10. 1956 Jcnisltkt ///-/? Page 9H ombined Appeal Is Determined To Have Fast Effort lorkers in 40 Business, Pro Groups On Double to Finish Job by March Iweral thoustiad volunteers /pp. BtinK nearly 40 mi-lnMs an* Crional group* are L. h in behalf of the Combined I. h appeal, said J ,,hn N Scr Business and Professions in %  on chairman, reporting to his L„ council earlj this week. Lrbin told the Council at an |v bird" breakfast Wednesday King thai practically all Trades %  Lions are now in action as part I)u newl! announced campaign %  to "finish the job by Mar. 15." ^porting to Serbin on campaign last week were Council libers M •'• KopelowiU, Leo kernun, lr Chaildn, Aaron fcner. Aaron Kravita and Carl ikind. \ chairman of the Retail fchantDivision, said more nteer workers in his ft have accepted assignment* [ retail establishments oughout the county. Highlight IA Names 10 Attorneys Beach attorney-have In appointed to important posts |ho Combined Jewish Appeal. krrj Zukernick, 3134 Sheridan head the Miami Beach atbcys division, and E. Albert lot will be chairman of the m lav up. k"ir>t meeting of the attorneys held at the home of Mr. and | ter ( Kovner, 6001 North ri their participain Ihi smpaigB. bkernick ia member of Fedlion's board ol governors and pled the lawyers group last He b p.^t president | e, a president ol Beach B'nai B'rith lodge, and i led the Greater kiteJewish Community (enter. ktii Branch r Ideal in the \ rea for nearly 25 with numerous lie welfare and fraternal He is past Exalted Ruler Aiami ElkPallet is also konal chairman of the Amerii-ni and Civic Affairs Commitlof B'nai B'rith Federation. le ain-' president of the |nu Beach Taxpayers Associaand also headed Hibiscus fee ol (he Masonic Order at MiaiBcach. <>f the action in this division is the I UlVt'PunuiU dinner and -how nfcht 'to be herd at WdMview counjry Club Wednesday evening, Feb. 1 1 5, where Tony Martin will be guest of honor. Some 500 persons are expected to attend. Workers in the Drug Division met Wednesday evening at the home of co-chairman Sam Goldman, aided by co-chairmen Jerome Stern and Jack Jablo. Members of the Food.Division's meeting at the home of Sam Badanes this week was attended by the following key workers: Cochairman Emanuel Smith, Morris Harris, Morris Green, Harold Levinson, Harry Alexander, Joe Nurienberg, Leonard Harris, William Kline, Benjamin Harris and Joseph Cotton. Insurance Division reported increases at its first report meeting this week, according to chairman Leo Ackerman. Volunteers assisting Ackcrman are Al Ussipv Murray M. Sheldon, Harry Diamond, I Bernard H. Pallant, Sam Scitlm and Edward Leitner. Projected dates for other important trades functions include a cocktail party at the home of Mr. and Mrs Charles Whitebrook on Sunday, Feb. 19, for the Advertising, Publicity and Printing Division; a brunch of the Liquor Division on Sunday, Feb. 26, at the Algiers hotel; and a luncheon of the Restaurant Division at Embers restaurant on Feb. 28. Otto Fenias teenter) congratulates winning foursome at CJA-Westview pro-am golf tournament held at Westview Country Club recently. At far left is Nathan Traub. Next are pro Emilio Miartus. Fenias, William D. Singer and Seymour Rubin. Combined Appeal Slates Bi-M enfh?y Meets to Tighten Drive lartment Group Flying Opening (tniel M Broad, chairman of, IJ A Apartment House Divi' has announced the annual rtnieni Hou brunch held at • hotel .HI Sunday mornt Jan 2" \ : "1" "'I need plans for f landlords and r lore than 2.000 apart[""""-. in Miami Beech Mem", n committee who "hrect the big program this include Mrry Altaian, Mrs Sidney Alt^Benjamin Appel, .h-annctte C. r. } u h Berg, Mrs. Harry P*ft. William Copelen, Rose [ Joseph Duntov, Riki EII1 kind, Jacob Feldbaum, .^ankel Morris Gold. Esther hi-k Lll,lan Goodman. Morris P £">. Adolph Krischer. A. Har vV;'" Mtlek Mr and narrj M.| M n Aaron Ncwman f' J**"*. Miriam Pros, bl vts •, arry B R *^ L "' %  Julius Ro LJZZ """'"owitz. [rviog 22". Sgmund Schemer, Ed CTU U,s S,mo Charles Cy" 1 Su *en, A. Swartz, WSr SamUe V gel and Eisenstein to Head Real Estate Group; Canter Co-Chairman Leo Eisenstein, a founder of Federation and a prominent realtor and civic leader, has been named chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Real Estate Division HI, Miami Beach. Named co-chairman was J. A. Cantor, realtor here. They were appointed recently by John Serbin. chairman of the Business and* Professional Division, which raises a major portion of the CJA goal each year. Eisenstein helped to organize the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in 1938 and was a member of the budget committee for three years. He is presently serving with •he executive committee and the board of governors. Eisenstein visited Israel three years ago. He has been the owner of several hotels, was engaged in the*construction business and was one of the organizers of the present Miami Beach Hotel association. Since 1924, he has been a board member of the Leo N. Levi Memorial hospital of Hot Springs, Ark a B'nai B'rith institution. He joined with others in Miami to form Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith in 1935 and was cited by the organization for his outstanding services in his home city of St. Louis, Mo., and in Miami. Eisenstein has served as an officer of numerous health, welfare and religious organizations in this area and belongs to the Miami Beach Elks, Zionists, the Civic League and Temple Emanu-El. Recently, Ei>enstein was responsible for initiating the Courtesy Awards program through which employees on Miami Beach receive United States Savings Bonds for outstanding acts of courtesy in the performance of their duties To tighten up action on all campaign fronts and insure a shorter. swifter drive, Combined Jewish Appeal chairman Sam J. Heiman Wednesday announced a series of bi-monthly campaign cabinet meetings. The luncheon affairs will be held alternately in Miami and Miami \ Beach to guarantee full turnout of top level campaign leaders. First, meeting was held Wednesday at the McAllister hotel and shaped plans for the remaining five weekof the drive. Second meeting of the cabinet will be Wednesday, Feb. 22, at the Algiers hotel. Meanwhile, the drive is moving forward in all divisions. In an effort to clean up all pledges made t %  t special fund raising functions, Jacob Sher, chairman of the UJA emergency lund, has announced that nearly one-half of the $375,000 quota has been attained to date. Hotel Division, headed by cnairman David Levinson, is following | up on the division dinner recently held in the home of Mr. and Mrs Morris Lansburgh. Nearly 100 ho-; tels have already been covered. A final cleanup has also been launched by Jack earner, chairman j of the Winter Residents Division. This unit has achieved its quota in the past twp years and earner reports increases of 40 percent over last year's giving. Dr. S. Charles Werblow (left) and Mrs. Werblow are hosts to some 30 physicians at their home in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Responding to vivid talks on the curre;-.' jsrael crisis by Dr. A. R. Hollender (center) and Rabbi M-x Schenk (right), the doctors made increased gifts of more than 20 percent over last year's giving. TOM Martin, Wife Cyd Charisse Due At Westview Fete W I i**vtr'u-.it'i"/:i vtfaCPfl hv ( ll CIA-campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman (center) congratulates Leo Eisenstein (left) and Jack A, Cantor, co-chairmen of Real Estate Division, which tripled its gifts this year for a new record in the Business and Professional Division. Jewish Schools Eye CJA Fund Campaign rector of the Bureau of Jewish Combined Jewish Appeal cam p.ugn in Jewish schools throughout Dade county will be conducted Feb. 12 through Mar. 11. according to an announcement this week by Louis Schwartzman, executive dislocation. On Sunday. Feb 12. at 10 a.m.. delegates of all .lewi-h leheob oi Greater Miami will meet tor their first briefing session at the Bureaubuilding Each school will be entitled to representation .of two delegates from each class, fifth grade and up. A report meeting has been scheduled for Sunday. Mar. 11. at the Bureau when delegates will dis cuss the CJA drive in their individual schools and set quotas for the entire Jewish school campaign. I E\trav:igan/a staged hy Coir'.inI ed Jewish Appeal was annouiv Wednesday hy Aaron Kra\ itz, I chairman of the Retail Merchants 1 Di\ ision. A dinner and show night teaituring Hollywood stars will he held Wednesday evening. Feb. 15, at Westview Country Club. Tony Martin, celebrated star of night clubs and movies, and his glamorous wife, Cyd Charisse wil headline the colorful program Some 1.500 retail merchant of Pdde county are expected to crowd the ballroom of Westview to participate: in the unusual affair. \ listing Krai Its will be William i Weintrauh and a committee consisting of Leo Ackerman, Herbert i Blate. Archie Brick. Henry Buli in, I Leo A. Chaikin. Sheldon Edwards, IJ. L. Cabin. M. William Gladstone. Theodore J Goldstein, Dr. Morris Goodman. Aaron M. Kanner. Harry L> Katz, M. J. Kopclowitz, Ju 1 Kurlander. Kenneth Last. Alfred Lev. Bernard Liberman, Samuel Lipton. Sam l.uhin. Samuel Mul Jacob Ralvnowitz. Irving Saal. Abe Seltzer. John N. Serbin, Al Sherman, Charles Spiegel. Margaret Newman Steam. Carl Suss! George Wolpert and Oscar Zc\li0 %



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    %  Page 10 B ^JenlstrkridKain J*^IJ**r\ S^ceTTTG^aler MiamTsJouse^OfJW CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Theme of Rabbi Morris Skop's sermon is: "Jewish Musicians and Their Music." Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the choir under the direction of Robert Strassburg. Portions of the "Avodath Hakodesh." by Ernest Bloch, will be heard in "honor of the 75th birthday of Bloch and National Jewish Music Month. Alvin Blake. SOD of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blake, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at !>:45. • BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:45. Saturday morning services are at 830. Rabbi Arie ker will officiate and discuss: "Pursue Justice With Justice." Class in Talmud precedes the service at 8 a.m. Class in Bible will be at 5 p.m.. followed bj Mincba and Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swartz will be hosts. TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at r > and 8:30 p.m. Kabbi Irvine Lehrman will preach on the topic: Abraham Lincoln--Tribute on the Occasion "f His Birthday." Cantor Philip Brummer renderthe musical portions of the liturg) S.itur day morning services will ho at 0 Sermon will be based on the Week ly Portion. Dailj services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. i GREATER M.AM. SYNAOO ABOVE L.NCOLN ROAD ACUD ATH ISRAEL HEBREW ,HtTlTUTt-f C*** >.. OrtkM. BE ;„ S R*rL CONGREOATlON-4000 Pr-.r.. .v.. Or,bo,o,. Ra*l H. — %  > 75th at. Conaarvatlva. Rabbi Liberal. Rabbl L*on Kronlab. Cona*rvatlva. Rabbi Irving %  t O A O CONGREGATION-""l 111 Washington ave. Orthodox. Mam:. •• .M.nn. IMC. l I, lid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi JoBETH JACOB TFILAH CONGREGATION-^.. h i: HEBREW ACADEMY 111 BETH ^ffivsaa co ^ R E ^ A N lox. Rabhl II ava. Al-xarnl.r onhodox. droaa. Rabbi ,,\ r. : an Jintalam. R A L Q A KABBI MORRIS SKOP "Jewish Muiicians" HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Fridaj i MIMICal 5:30. Saturday morning services are at !. Martin, son -i Ri i and Mr-Jacob Katz, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi \ r i in'-will discuss the Weekly Portion of the Law Mincha iat 5 p m followed by Shalos Seudos. Dailj services are at 7 30 a m and 5:30 p.m.. with Sunday morning services at 8. B L E a 1'akTino ave. •v. Liberal. Rabbi Conservative. Rabbi B. I • ve. TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday evening services at 530 and 8:30. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will di-cu-s the Weekly Portion. Mr. and MrSnlnev Charnin will Inhu-tat BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. with Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg ofiiciating. Rabbi Bernard Mandelbaum. dean of student> at the Jewish Theological Seminary ot America will be guest >peaker and discuss: "Spiritual Statesmanship: A Program for Moral Standards." Oneg Shabbat follows Saturdaymorning sen ices are at 9 Judith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lsidor Bakst. and Koger. son ol Mr. and Mr<. Samuel Schaffner. will Income Bas and Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush follows, • TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Jo-eph N'arot will discuss: Rabbi. Teach Me to I'I .. • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TlON will hold Friday evening -ervices at 5:15 and 8:30. Rabb Jonah Caplan will discuss: "Wha' iLove 1 Cantor Abraham Seit renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Caplan will preach on the Weekly Portion Mincha iat 5:30 p.m., followed b) Shalos Seudos. CANDLEUGHTING TIME Shevat 28 — 5:47 pan. OneR Shabbat in honor of their daughter, Harriet, who becomes Bas Mitzvah Saturday morning services are at 9. Sabbath school begins at 9.30. Mincha will be at 5 p.m. • • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening. -ervices at 5:45. Oneg Shabbat is at 8:30. Saturday morning servicewill he at 9. with Rabbi H. Louis I Rottman preaching on the topic: I "Diet for Living." Class in Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will lie at 5:30 p.m.. followed by ShaloSeudos, Daily .-er\ iceare at 7:30 a.m. land 6 p.m. • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services 30. Late servicea are si 8:15, .with Rabbi Tibor stem officii and discussing: "United Jewish Appeal." Saturday morning ices are at 8 30. Cantor Maurice Mamches will render the musical portionof the liturgy Class in Bible iat 4 90 Dailj services will Rabbla Abraham TORAH TEMPI( C 0 CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER ZAWORA JEWISH CENTER H Lron Hura Its. DOWNTOWN MIAM BE TH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION 1 • NW Srd A I HOLL YWOOD and FT TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD-1TU MoUOa ., Hollywood. Rabbi Samuel U TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD !S*_FoU| at I .TCMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDE RDA LE -I M'l South Andrew. av.„ TEM K, La! '•"""" 1 tartU ,( -"" ,n IALEAHMIAMI 8PRINO8 CENTER—M Eaat th ave. ConOrthodox. Rabbl LAUDERDALE Hollywood. Hellbraun. ("nnaervaH HIALEAH. MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH %  rli Rai ">-!•' NORTHEAST TPMPLE ISRAEL 111 NK l?th at. Reform. Rabbl Joneph Narot. Rabbl E ,, I Kaplan Rabbl Bmsrltus. Cantor Jacob Bornafln. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSlOE CENTER fiimi North Miami ave. T> CMWrratlv' lUbbl Abraham H.raon. Cantor Albert Ulanu. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONOMOATION—IBM N\V lTlh ave. FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-50 KW Blrt pi. Cons, rvat • • Rsbbl Lao Helm. NORTH MIAM NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER—13630 West Dixie hwy. Rabbl ll'ii.N OkoUca, Cantor Mauric-e Neu. NORTH MIAMI BEACH. MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION — lotth at. and NE Conservative. Kabbl Iwiac I.eier. E • T Conservative. 11th ave. S O U T H W ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION — 1841 Coral a.iv. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE >." SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbl TaakoV Bli—IIBH Cantor William W. Llpson. BETH EL CONGREOATION — &00 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbl BbBaryahu T. Iwlrakjr. Cantor Iw and Jewia) Sermon ibaaed "Shekolim" Rev. renders the musical liturgy. on Rajah portsBl NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Pridaj evening -. rvices at R 13 Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate and discuss: "To God and Countrv Cantor Edward Klein render.the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted bj the choir ;,n<1 8 %  m an(l 5 3u pm under the direction of Eli Samui Saturday morning services arc at 8:45. Robert, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Carl Katz. will become liar Mitzvah. Sermon is based on the Weekly Portion of the Law. BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning ser 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu S sky will preach on the topi< But Their Spirit March...„ Sermon GATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Isaac Lexer will preach on: "A Spiritual Will." Mr and Mrs. Hyman Eckstein will be hosts at Oneg Shabbat in honor of their son, Gerald Matthew, who becomes Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9. Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m. • • e TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. with Rabin Abraham Herson officiating and discus-ing: "Brotherhood—Where ClB You Find It'" Cantor Albert (ilantz and the choir render the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday morning aervkei will be aro, with Rabbi Iltr-on preaching on the topic: "Divine Laws and Human Errors." Kiddush follows. • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday .v.nin services at 5:30. Late CONrocra Mrvk 1 are at 8:15 "bert BerNGREGAger, of the Bureau of Jewish F,du1 'ng cation, will discuss: "The Crisis in a ••> Saturday mornthe Middle East • %  we at 8 30 Rabbi Jo TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi David Shapiro will preach on the topic: "The Eternal Message of Israel's Prophets." Mr. and Mrs Mot Ron will be host at the Oneg Shabbat following, in honor of their son. Clifford, who becomes Bar Mit/vah during Saturday morning services at Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun renderthe musical portions of the liturgj Daily morning services are at 8 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:18 Rabbi Leon Kroniah will preach on the topic: "Scripturt, Supreme Court. Si n Ition and the south." Saturday morning servicearc at 10:48 Martin, son Mrs. ir.ne B Minsker, 6961 Carlyle ave. will become Bar Mib vah Cantor Samuel Kelemer renders the musical portion, ol the liturgy. BETH TFILAH TION will hold Frids ANSHE EMES C0NGM will hold Friday evening, at 5:30. Saturday morniau are at 9. Mincha will beat followed by Shalos Seudos] services are at 8 a.m. • • HIALEAH • MIAMI JEWISH CENTER w.ll hrj evening services at ttt l Boris Rackov-k> wil offka and Mrs. A. Furrnan wiDI at Oneg Shabbat fo!lowmg.1 FREE.' NEW EBI1 OF 24-YEAR CN6LISH CAm Yahrxeit dates at a i A valuable bookld I Jewish Home! \ s in tribute to Abraham Lh^oln'a "•* ***>**9 wiU pr^aciTon Hie ierVlCM are at 8:3 birthday Feb. 12. Cantor Louis Gartenhaua will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior congrecation serviceare ,„ V,.-h,va Hall at loam daw in Banhedrin will be at 4 p.m. g 0 15 pm. followed bj Shalos w,|| J-Tl Seudo, and Maanv Daih -erv.eeNORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER WiU hold Friday evening servlees at 8:15. with Rabbi HenrvOkoliea officiating and diaeuaeing li,. tone Data on Abraham Lincoln Cantor Maurice Neu renders the Saturday mornRabbi Sipreach on the Portion. Cantor Berele nders the musical porI'turgy. Daily services 30 am and 5:30 p.m. ; M I in and S 4.") p m • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW 'NST.TUTE win ho, d rSSrSl n,n-. .me..-.,, (1 Saturday morning serv,,,are at 9 Rabbi Isaac Ever will discuss -Justice an" ( lemencv • Ki.ldu-h follow. I I, rv ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services ai 5:30. Late services are at 8:15. with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating and preaching „ n the topic: 'Hope and Despair Mr and Mrs F.manuel "" will be hosts at Oneg M>abbat in honor of their son. o hostess is Mrs. Judith jjraun in honor of her son. Marvin. Both become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 8:30. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m., >wed by Shalos Seudos. folFLAGLER. GRANADA JEWISH MONT.CELLO PARK CONGRE'fST"" !" CBN !" *"' ^ ""UKir-.rriday evenino ,-..i— All Hebrew aa{ &lJ*J fro. HS4 to *" StoUdaya up to % %  %  ^ M aiW'aa •••• •f th*t laal >>• %  "•" •f lhouanclt > nr fdili"". to our '< -• %  '"write a W<" <* H. JMf IN2 C0H Ml riHkr9 38 H "Buying QmlitlH Sound Iconofif the oiufataai 0 f irnnd Ir aaiNGt urll l year* ahtaJ IT COMPHfriend. • iTCaSATI '"*" r„,"L* ..-.. ment < aatenal i '"T fair and iu-l • '" •J 0H4I ftm% MONUMENT CO. fa MNff.** 825J5W MI?2I a %  O evening services at 5:48.



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    February 10. 1956^ -JewistiFhrldian Page 11 B lasser to Chair >auty Pageant Lrt L Glasser, Miami Beach ffj was named general P n nl the K56 Miss Miami |! „„, m nl NVednesday lUruMK' eMdeniol he Jh iwws. sponsor* Of. {the t years contest, the 10th an,,/scheduled for Mar. 25 at do, Miami Beach hotel. lesidenl ol Dade county for 20 years, Glaswr is vice ,, nt of ih' Beach Jaycecs, a ncr treasurer of that organiza,ecretarv f the Greater MiTa Epsiion Phi Alumni Assoi„ n and a number of the AmerLogion ;IIKI Veterans of I-ori Wars Ha„cr has served on numerous imunity Hind raising projects. ding Community Chest and ietv Children's Hospital. Just a weeks ago. he headed a comlec In raise funds for the 1956 ipic team via a telethon. (ell Will Seek >n. Gautier's Seat !" r E( < s Okell, Sr., of the Florin,,,.,. : li, presentatives, Wedlav announced that he will be jiiiidan i r election to the Florite from Dade county. (\Vith the retirement of Sen. R. pautier and considering the irritant problems facing the state llhe future legislatively speakthe people <>f Dade county ft be represented in the senate %  d-. much experience and %  ledge ;Iiavailable,*' Okell V %  I i i ICI HI untried, inex[ i m ii in this important Etiun would be unthinkable and \ -i .: _..niblo."* IftA ol ^"1 thai he is offering %  pftiacjl mi Inrecord in five n'nl three -peeial v.^-i.iris plrr *lei>Uture and the follow. platform paMtion tn any further broadftOBMT GlASSCt SQUARE DEAL SERVICE FRIOIDAIRE SALES 4 SERVICE Specializing in repairs all makes refrigerators electric ranges and automatic washers. Special Rates for Owners 200 N.W. 22nd Avi. NEwl.n 4-7681 LEARN TO DANCE WHY envy others when you can be the envy of •then? 20 private dance lessons MS, taught by attractive experienced instractars. FR 4 8548. 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    Page 12 B Fri ?kY. r F ebng T J GLOBAL SHORTS flASHiS FROM THE NEAR EAST TUNIS (JTA)—The Tunisian Government issued a warrant Ulii week for the arrest of Salah ben Youssef. leader of the extremist section vf the Neo-Destour Party and long feared by the Jews of this country Ken Youssef, believed to be an Egyptian agent in this country, Ml advocated stronger ties beween Tunisia and the other Arab count noand was said, at one time, to be charged with working up an ant. Israel campaign in Tunisia. Strong-arm men under his command have terror ized Tunisian Jewa at various times in recent yean. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS PARIS (WNS)—Pierre Poujade's Union for the Defend of Tradesmen and Artisans was branded here this week by OtU U former followers as an anti-Semitic outfit whose propaganda methods arc akin to those of Hitler. This charge was made hy .lean .!. Kaufman, former chairman and founder of the Union's committee for the Lower Rhine Department in Alsace, in a letter to Pierre Poujade accusing him of having lied when he recently claimed having received benediction iron the Grand Rabbi of France. Kaufman pointed out that when he joined the movement he was motivated by idealistic and professional reasons but that after joining the union he noted that it had taken a definitely anti-Semitic" trend. He bolstered his charge of anti-Semitism bj referring to a recent Bpeecb by Leon Duponl. notorious Fascist, a leader in the Poujadist movement. THE HAGUE (JTA)—A new debate on the case of Anneke Beek man—Jewish war orphan whose whereabouts are -nil unknown follow ing her kidnapping in the face of a court order that she be returned by her Catholic protectors to the Jewish community—will be held next month in the Dutch Senate. NUREMBERG (JTA)—The "Supreme Restitution Court" set up under the -Pans Accords" thai restored Wt--i Germany's sovereigntj constituted itself last week as the tribunal of last resort in cases involving the return to the original Jewish owner of property sold or confiscated durum the Nazi era The court has jurisdiction over all ol West Germany and replaces the former autonomous top restitution tribunals for the I'nited States, the British and the French /ones. VIENNA i.ITAi—The Communist municipality of Warsaw has assigned giant earth-moving machinery to level the ground tor a soccer sports field at a -de where many Jewish martyrs of the Warsaw ghetto found their la-t resting place, it was reported here. The entrance to the Iat 4li Okopowa Si near the border between the Nazi ghetto and the "Aryan" part ot the Polish capital. During the German occupation. a pre-war sports arena located there was used by the SS for mass executions and to dump the bodies of uncounted Jews killed elsewhere in the city, notably during the heroic ghetto uprising of 1943. Now the city administration has transferred the area to the Polish "Staat" sports which plans to restore the former soccer field, the visitors report. ON THE AMERICAN SCENE BUENOS AIRES iWNSi—Ratification by the Argentine Govern. ment of the IN Genocide Convention was Urged here last week on •ionai President Pedro Aramburu bj representatives oi the v Jewish Cultural Institute. The Jewish delegation, consisting ol >e\on members, reported it had been received with utmost cofdialit) by President Aramburu. WASHINGTON JTA) Dr. Jonas i. Sulk, developer oi the anti o vaccine I a cold medal authorized by Congress in a cere mony held in the Department ot Health Welfare and Education build At the request ot President Eisenhower, Secretary Marion B, PolBom presented the nieda! to Dr. Salk in the presence ot united guests i e -old medal was firs! suggested by the President last spring when J presented a personal citation to Dr Salk at the White House. SANTIAGO (JTA)—Isidore Dimant. f<>r many \ear~ president ot the Central Committee of the Jewish Community of chile, died here weekend. He was 52 years old Long active in Jewish altairs. Mr Dimant was well known in World Jewish Congress and Zionist circles in New York and in Israel. NEW YORK (JTA) — Former President Truman. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Walter Reuther. vice president of the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations, issued a joint plea last week for an immediate United Statetreaty with Israel and any Arab state that wanted it. guaranteeing their borders against aggression, and for immediate U.S. supply of defensive arms to Israel to offset Communist arms shipments to Egypt. The statement was issued bj Mrs. Roosevelt at her home here and carried her signature and that of Mr. Truman. Mr. Reuther approved the statement by telephone and signed it as soon as it reached him by mail. LATEST WIRES EROM ISRAEL JERUSALEM (JTA)—United Nations Secretary' General Dag Ham Tnarskjold conferred for 90 minutes here with Premier David Ben Gurion and Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. Mr. Hammarskjold came alone to the meeting with Israel's top leaders, after calling on President Itzhak Ben Zvi and touring both New Jerusalem and the Old City of Jerusalem. Addressing a press conference later. Mr. Hammar skjold declared that at his meeting with Egyptian Premier Col. Carnal Abdel Nasser the Egyptian Premier had agreed to Mr. Hammarskjold's plan for abatement of tension in the demilitarized zone of the Nitzana El Auja area. JERUSALEM (JTA)—Egyptian Premier Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser only accepted UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold's proposals dealing with the Nitzana-El Auja area, and not proposals concerning the Gaza strip. Premier David Ben Gurion told the Israel Parliament here. He added that Col. Nasser had added several conditions to his acceptance. Mr. Ben Gurion's remarks were in reply to a query by Mapai deputy Akiba Govrin whether daily Egyptian shooting across the Gaza strip frontier did not constitute a violation of Col. Nasser'i agreement with Mr. Hammarskjold. TEL AVIV (JTA)—Impressive funeral services were held here last week for Dr. Ernest Theilhaber, physician and sportsman, who died in Israel at the age of 71. He was founder of the Maccabi sports organization in Germany 50 years ago and is the author of a number of books about German Jewry. \ 1 1 *w-' %  9L f. 111 i" ni'vJi L '• ft. LL/ a Ui A ^B^H \ %  ^m I K lay : Women's Club of Miami Beach Workmen's Circle Branch 692 will hold its annual banquet Sunday evening. Feb. 12. at the Lyceum, 25 Washington ave. Club's main projects are the Y. L. Peretz School and assistance to Israel. Executive committee includes (left to right, first row) Re becca Wa rshavsky, Esther Bernstein. Bessie Yetta Kirstein. Ida Spivack, Paulina^ Tillie Ratner and Jennie Coht Secoadi are Rose Feller, Anna Kaln.anson, Gold, Isidore Cohen, Katie Tischler, Spivack. Gussie Hochberg. Celia and Fanny Goldberg. NEW HOMESTEAD STORE MOW OPEN 102 S. KROME AVE. SALE GOOD AT ALL STORES TUBELESS TIRES ;jzr. 670x15 710x15 760x15 800x15 020x15 ALL MAJOR BRAND ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT Premium Feature U.S. Royal Eight! 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    February 10, 1956

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    -v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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    The Jewish Floridian
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    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    February 10, 1956

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

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

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    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    blume 30Number 6
    Miami, Florida, Friday, February 10, 1956
    Price 20*
    LIES PROMISED ADENAUER HI WOUiP CONSIDER CLEMENCY
    Mlf DEPARTMENT MOVE TO PROTECT NAZIS MISSES
    JTA
    (WASHINGTON A State De-
    Brtrr ill device to escape respon-
    t\ for release of Nazi war
    convicted by U.S. mill-
    I iri has backfired with
    barrassing results for the De-
    Irtment.
    | In 1953 Secretary of State John
    ostcr Dullo promised German
    hanccllor Konrad Adenauer he
    oulcl consider clemency for im-
    taoned Nazis, including Gestapo
    nil SS sadists. This was followed
    a State Department communi-
    ty that touched on the subject.
    Later, scarcely noticed by the
    press, came the appointment of a
    parole board on which German
    membership outnumbered Amer-
    ican by three to one.
    By last month less, than 30 of
    the thousands convicted remain-
    ed in U.S. custody. The board
    granted pardons wholesale. Sen.
    Herbert H. Lehman, New York
    Democrat, asked Dulles for an ex-
    planation.
    On Dulles' behalf, Florence
    Kirlin. acting Assistant Secretary
    of State, replied. It was this reply
    that inadvertently let the Depart-
    __________________---------------------------9.
    ment's cat out of the bag. Miss
    Kirlin said: "The Department be-
    lieves that the Mixed Board of-
    fers a desirable solution to the
    long standing difficulties sur-
    rounding the war crimes cases .
    At the same time, it provides for
    a German participation in the
    decisions, thereby forestalling a
    good deal of resentment and crit-
    icism from various elements in
    Germany."
    Was this an admission that the
    Department acted to appease the
    Continued on Po 5 A
    IH SOVIET FOR ADDING TENSIONS
    i, Eden Invite French
    To Deliberate on Policy
    For Levant Trouble
    Spot
    IsHTNGTON (JTA)The turbulent Middle East, an area described
    he ti p leaders of the Western Big Two as one of "increased dan-
    .," remained the world's number one sore spotand question mark
    li- week, following three days Of discussion between President
    shower and British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden here. They,
    thiir principal foreign affairs advisers, gave top priority to the
    ^el-Arab dispute and Soviet incursions in the area.
    Their joint statement, issued at the close of their talks blasted
    Soviet I'nion "for adding to the tensions in the area." But the
    concrete action they announced was an invitation for France to
    them for further talks on what they can. will, or might do in the
    m of a war between Israel and .j -
    intransiyeant neighbors.
    etext of the F.isenhower-Eden
    mcr,t pertaining to the Mid-
    Easl in part reads: "A settle-
    t between Israel and her Arab
    hbor* is the most urgent need.
    Dulles Rejects GOP
    Request to Permit
    Arms Sale to Israel
    WASHINGTON (JTA)Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
    Wednesday rejected, for the time being at least, a Congressional re-
    quest that Israel be permitted to buy American arms to offset the flow
    of Communist munitions to Egypt. He made his views known in a
    reply to a letter presented to him by Republican members of the House
    of Representatives. It was learned from official sources that before
    issuing his statement, Mr. Dulles'*
    discussed it with President Eisen-
    STEVENSON GREETING
    KONKAD ADtNAUM
    . wnM have pntiUi
    hower.
    "The United States," Mr. Dulles
    said, "recognizes that current de-
    velopments could create a disparity
    in armed force between Israel and
    its Arab neighbors. However, we
    are not convinced that that dis-
    parity can be adequately offset by
    additional purchases of arms by
    the State of Israel. Israel has a
    population of under two million.
    whereas the Arab population
    amounts to tens of millions, and
    they apparently have been offered
    access to huge stores of Soviet
    jbloc material. Under this circum-
    i stance the security of Israel can
    I perhaps better be assured by
    1 means other than an arms race."
    **We do not exclude" the possi-
    bility of arms sales to Israel," the
    Secretary said. "But it is our be- campaign cha.rman.
    K ^!!_th^/.e^lI.LSi.at?.SJ" who reported that $42,318,550 was
    raised in 1955.
    Berinstein reported that since
    Israel Bonds Hit
    Pre-Drive Level
    Over $11 Million
    The Israel bond campaign for
    1956 was launched at the Seville
    hotel in Miami Beach last weekend
    at a national conference in which
    it was decided to respond to Is-
    rael's urgent plea for economic aid
    by selling $75,000,000 in bonds dur-
    ing the current year. Pre-eam-
    paign subscriptions amounting to
    $11,154,150 were announced at the
    conference by Morris W. Berin-
    the Near East cannot rest upon
    arms alone but rather upon the
    international rule of law."
    will be possible only if both
    p are willing to reconcile the
    Ttions which they have hitherto
    In. Our two governments have
    lared their readiness to con-
    pte to such a settlement by as-
    ng financially in regard to the
    gee problem and by guaran-
    r8 aSreed frontiers.
    'he meantime we are con-
    led at the state of tension in
    |area and have considered what
    can be taken to reduce it.
    I Tripartite Declaration of May
    11950 provides for action both
    fe and outside the United Na-
    m the event of the use of
    I or threat of force or of prepa-
    ys to violate the frontier."
    CONGRESSMEN ASK ADMINISTRATION THIS QUESTION POINT BLANK
    What is Position of State Department?
    WASHINGTON (JTA) Eighty-seven Democrati
    and forty Republican members of the House of Rep
    resentatives pleaded Monday separately with th
    U.S. Government to permit Israel to purchase de
    tensive arms in this country in view of Egyptian
    purchase of arms from Communist countries.
    The Republican plea was in the form of a lettei
    presented personally by five Republican Congress
    men to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. The
    Democratic plea was contained in a declaration.
    In their letter to Secretary Dulles, the Republican
    Congressmen said they have individually, and now
    collectively, taken the position that Israel as a firm
    part of the free world should be allowed to obtain
    in the open market such weapons as would assure
    her protection against aggression. The letter asked
    point blank: "What is the position of the State
    Department on this matter?"
    The Republicans declared that they do not believe
    that economic aid should be extended to any nation
    which engages in "warlike or aggressive maneuvers
    against any part of the free world."
    The declaration by the Democratic members of
    Congress, signed by Democratic floor leader John
    W. McCormack and many other important members
    of the House, in part said:
    "The American people will not tolerate anything
    so immoral as the sacrifice of Israel to Communist
    infiltration of the Near East. "The time to act is
    now. Failure to take action will encourage the Com-
    munist offensive, increase tension, and endanger
    freedom."
    the Israel Government first initi-
    ated the sale of Israel bonds in
    May of 1951 the sum of $227,749,-
    600 has been made available to
    Israel for expansion of Israel in-
    dustry, development of agriculture,
    exploitation of natural resources
    and the building of roads and com-
    munications.
    Dr. Joseph Schwartz, vice presi-
    dent of the Israel Bond Organiza-
    tion, reported that standards for
    increased purchases of Israel bonds
    for 1956 were established by men
    and women wno naa suoscribed
    in specially designated categories.
    Adlai Stevenson, contender for
    the Democratic Presidential nomi-
    nation, sent a message to the 900
    Jewish leaders attending the con-
    ference, in which he called for im-
    mediate shipment of arms to Israel
    by the United States and other
    Western powers, to counteract So-
    viet arms shipments to Egypt.
    JlJJtJjjjNCARIAN ItAPER ON HOT SPOT
    \naigned on Charge of Perjury
    IJERISALEM (JTA)The arraignment of Dr. Rudolf Kastner.
    ^government employee, on charges of perjury opened here Tues-
    Ibefore chief Magistrate Moshe Peretz. The current hearing will
    nine whether the state will prosecute Dr. Katner. one-time leader
    pngarian Jewry and now editor of a Hungarian-language paper in
    rv \
    I || year. Dr. Kastner was severely castigated by a Jerusalem dis-
    Judge, Benjamin Halevy who, among other things. Mid that he
    Pved U. toi. Kurt Becher, a Nazi leader in Budapest, from punish-
    b a War "iminal. Judge Halevy's statements were made at the
    jwuon of a libel trial brought by the government against Malkiel
    'd. a, pamphleteer, who had attacked Dr. Kastner in a privately
    1 Pamphlet. At that trial. Dr. Kastner said he had given a
    Wication
    court in Germany a statement concerning Becher's activi
    f Budapest but insisted he had not testified in the Nazi's behalf
    uremberg War Crimes Tribunal. The present perjury charges
    l^rnthi* testimony.
    mam r s. ri urn AN
    . flivtt
    Seminary to Open Conference on Beach
    Top-ranking officials and hun-
    dreds of delegates of the Jewish
    Theological Seminary of Amer-
    ica, the United Synagogue of
    America and the Rabbinical As-
    PRESSURES PLACED ON FORMER PRESIDENT '
    Truman Memoirs Reveal
    Anti-Israel Climate of '48
    NEW YORK (JTA>Attempts by the State Department to influ-
    ence him against favoring the establishment of a Jewish national home
    in Palestineimmediately after he became President of the United
    Statesare related by former President Harry Truman in a chapter
    of his memoirs published last week in The New York Tmes. He also
    relates how the British Government was "none too happy" with his
    reaction to the immediate admis-
    sion in 1945 to Palestine of 100.000
    Jewish victims of Nazism "regard-
    less of the effect on the situation
    in the Middle East which this
    would have."
    "My first official contact with
    the problem," Mr. Truman writes,
    "took place within a few days of
    Continued on Page A
    sembly of America are assem-
    bling in Miami Beach for a week
    long meeting of the national
    planning committee of the three
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    Friday, Fet
    Jacob Blaustein to be Guest Speaker
    At AJ Committee Affair Here Feb. 16;
    Col. Wolfson Designated Chairman
    Jacob Blauatein. a member of the I'nited States rtr
    L-V General A&emblv. wi .-red eue chapl erican Jewish Committee, at a dinner meet
    in the Seville hotel, it was announced V ) D] Han d
    chapter president. .
    AJC for five years prior to I
    --------------- president in 1954. Mr
    . .. i been a ranking communal
    Hefter Appointed
    Vets Chairman
    Danul Neal Heller. M
    torne\ has just returned from
    shington, DC. where his ap-
    pointment as national legislative
    chairman of the
    Jewish War v I
    erans of the Unit-
    ed Stat Am-
    erica ha been
    confirmed by the
    national com-
    mander and the
    national execu-
    tive commit'
    JWV
    Heller was com-
    JWV 4-65 and
    for
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    leader in hi- native citj ol Balti-
    e, where he wi
    Jewish
    Chan'
    Col Mitchell Wolfson will be
    chairman of the meeting, which
    ivill commemorate the 15th anni-
    vertarj of the toundini ol th.
    neer American organization com-
    batting bigotry and defending the
    : and religious rights ol Jews
    Col WOifson armouneed thai spe-
    cial tribute would be made to the
    i ration
    during the program.
    Ah.
    Rabbi Swirsky To Be Lecturer
    World" and judaism i
    Modern Mind "
    On Thursday, he will ^
    "is ,0P'c ]
    Hillel House
    Habbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. of
    Beth El Synagogue, will i>c Jewish
    representative during Religious
    Emphasis Week, of the department
    ol religion at the University of "Currents in Ameriam~J
    Miami
    He will be featured ipoakM on
    Md Thursday i-vi. u ATTENTION IMVESTOkI
    nd 18- delivwiw '" four we have many outst^J,
    lectures. and 2nd MORTGAGES THAT 2
    On Wednesday, Rabbi Swirsky you a% Md io\ Pt sW
    will apeak on The Role of Reli Hint Phene 9-3444.
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    B number of crucial develop-
    Mar 4. at Temple Israel.
    V -.mated as cantor of the Coral
    Cable- Center for the past five
    years, Cantor Robinson has recent
    1> been elected chairman of the
    Greater Miami Cantor-' As-iHia
    lion He is i graduate of the Jew-
    artition. recogni |v|, School for Sacred Musk, He-
    I j '.he i s and admission into
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    son and the choir of the Coral
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    To Meet Wednesday Eve
    Daniel Broad, president oi the!
    Jewish National Fund Council el
    . ,. .,___, .__ | ,. perlorm Much- Avodoth Ilako
    r Miami, has announced that
    the Council will hold a general de*h" M P1 of ,he iwtival pro-
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    IS, in the social hall of Knessethiz
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    R, Kurman. Pg*J*\!gZ~+!*~ of the Welfare, tologlc.1 research h. 5_.
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    ihP Kurman. pro-
    Vh Home for the Aged. Wed
    need the appointment
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    Guidance Cen
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    [ i planning committee of
    Hi'
    eving its goal of a master
    Planning Council andthe corn^ ttSLoTESLLT
    planning committee of the
    Miami Jewish Federation,
    of which the Home is a beneficiary
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    lined the following lines of in-
    quiry for the committee: 1) the
    study and evaluation of the present
    r program development at
    said the com- "*vkws now being provided at the
    | Home; 2) to survey, identify and
    recommend to the board any addi-
    tional areas of service which are
    Here. Kurman
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    and guidance of the senior
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    - and agen-
    cies; and 5) the initiation of a pro-
    Kram of community interpretation
    regarding the urgent need for a
    network of non-institutional serv-
    ices and resources for senior citi-
    zens in the Greater Miami area.
    Other members of the commit-
    tee are Mrs. Leo Alpert. Dr. Mel-
    rL ^ r,Irving Cypen- Martin
    fine. David B. Fleeman, Irvin Kor-
    ach. Mrs. Sol Silverman. Judge
    ry to the morale, health a"nd 25 Stanley"?'' Be^erma^'l'd
    well-being of the residents of the j Mrs. Frances Colby'of Zywo^f
    Home; 3) recommendations for the1 Also Maurice Pearlstein eTecu
    development of a program, in co- tive director; Mrs. Jeanne SotflS
    operation with other institutions head nurse; Dr. Samue" Certrr '
    and agenaes, for the training of medical director Arthur kTh'
    professional, semi-professional and social worker; Dr. Elaine Nee e,'
    vounteer personnel; 4, recommen- attending phys.c.an; Dr.
    dations for the development of a Notarius,
    program of geriatric and
    Morton
    psychiatrist; and Leon-
    geron- ard Romney. group worker.
    Judge Nathan Cited By Local Jaycees
    Chamber of Commerce was I^U^ro^^a^x^1:-01'
    sented to Judge Raymond G/N.JHrc;iiT^iT,ail-n-
    than, of Dade County Small Claims | man of a oint c^mmiUee of J!T
    Court, at ceremonies Tuesday Dad. Bar R o "p' "St p/en^
    ning in the Ocean Ranch hotel.
    The award te given each year
    by the Jaycee organization to an
    outstanding man or woman in local
    state or national government who
    has shown great effectiveness in
    an elective or appointed position.
    ing a study of local judicial pro-
    cesses.
    On the board of directors of Mi-
    ami chapter. Multiple Sclerosis So-
    ciety and Men's Club of Temple
    Israel, he received a citation from
    the Variety Club in March. 1955.
    *, *a,han' resident > tor "outstanding work" in behalf"of
    since 1920. attended local schools i Variety Childrens hospital Heis
    and graduated from the University president of the University of Mi'
    of Florida and University of Miami,ami Law Alumni Association and
    lleTSL ah ., I0" the b0ard of UM Alumn> Asso-
    He began the practice of law ciation
    here in 1941. interrupted his work j He is an active member of Miami
    to serve a year later as legal as- Chamber of Commerce. Variety
    IfSSSLn ^gjMtGiwfd.ciub. Kiwanis. Masons. American
    Seventh Naval District and Legion, Elks. Moose. Knights of
    Dr. Unterman Will
    Speak at Forum
    Dr. Isaac Unterman will be
    guest speaker at a meeting of Der
    Yiddisher Forum Saturday eve-
    ning, Feb. 11, in Kneseth Israel
    Synagogue.
    Dr. Unterman has written ex-
    tensively on the Bible and Talmud
    in English, Hebrew and Yiddish.
    "Jewish Philosophers and Their
    Philosophies" will be the topic of
    his talk Saturday evening.
    Der Yiddisher Forum is sponsor-
    ed weekly here by the Greater Mi-
    ami YIVO Committee, which plans
    its annual banquet Feb. 19 at the
    Seville hotel.
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    resumed his professional activity
    at the conclusion of World War n.
    Judge Nathan is a member of
    North Dade Ladies
    Sponsor Mid East
    Forum Monday Eve
    North Dade Jewish Center Sis-
    terhood, and the newly formed
    North Dade Zionist District will
    sponsor a forum Monday evening,
    Feb. 13. at the Center on the topic,
    "What is at Stake in the Middle
    East?"
    Participating will be Dr. H.
    Franklin Williams, David Goodwin.
    Dr. Paul Riebenfeld and Maurice
    Survis.
    Dr. Williams is vice president of
    the University of Miami, co-chair-
    man of the American Christian
    Palestine Committee and recently
    returned from a trip to the Near
    East.
    Goodwin, correspondent for the
    National Jewish Post, is a vice i
    president of the Southeast region,'
    Zionist Organization of America.
    Dr. Riebenfeld is director of the
    Palestine Economic Corporation
    and i member of the World Execu-
    tive of the Zionist Organization.
    For many years, he was president
    of the Zionist Organization of
    Great Britain.
    Chairman of the South Florida
    Zionist Council, Survis is also a
    former director of UNRA for the
    i Middle East and spent a number
    'of years in Egypt in behalf of the
    United Nations.
    Moderator of the Monday eve-
    ning forum will be North Dade
    spiritual leader Rabbi Henry Oko-
    lica.
    Program of the Sisterhood is
    Mrs. Miriam August.
    Pythias and B'nai Brith.
    He was appointed first judge of
    the small claims court in March,
    1953. by the late Gov. Dan Mc-
    Carty.
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    psychology, was guest lecturer at
    the Wednesday meeting of Beth
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    Mrs. M. Mager was program
    chairman. Meeting took place at
    the home of Mrs. M. Spiegel, 4275
    Prairie ave.
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    Friday. February 10.J956
    LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor_____________[
    Jewish Music Month Opens A Bad Publicity Campaign
    Annual observance of Jewish Music Month
    opened throuqhout the nation late last week.
    This is the twelfth such festival sponsored each
    year by the National Jewish Welfare Board.
    Our city is already well organized to pay
    tribute to the contribution of Jewry to musical
    art, with a series of events slated durinq the
    coming weeks under the auspices of the Great-
    er Miami Jewish Community Center.
    Principal feature here and on a national
    scale will be the observ~nce of the 75th birth-
    day of composer Ernest Bloch. His music will
    be heard in scores of concerts sponsored by
    Jewish community centers across the country.
    It is especially fittinq that this year's Jewish
    Music Month be dedicated to such a famous
    artist. Ernest Bloch has brought universal
    recognition of Jewish endeavor in music. In
    his repertoire is a large number of modern
    works, many of them ranking in importance
    with compositions by Hindemith. Schoenberg,
    Stravinsky, Prokofieff end Bartok.
    But it is unusually significant that a profusion
    of these Bloch works are inspired by the com-
    poser's Jewish consciousness. Included are his
    sacred service. "Avodath Hakodesh," "Nigun,"
    "Baal Shem," "Schelomo" rhapsody for 'cello
    and orchestra, and the "Israel" Symphony.
    In addition, a good deal of Bloch's lesser
    known piecessome of them even finer ex-
    amples of musical art than his popular com-
    positionsare inspired by Hebrew themes and
    an awareness of Jewish history, although they
    are not architecturally "Jewish."
    In this sense, 1956 Jewish Mu6ic Month hon-
    ors a Jewish composer unlike many other
    contemporary musicians Jewish in name only
    who has dedicated his art to the uncreated
    conscience of his people.
    Generally speaking, the festival here and
    across the nation serves to remind us that the
    Jewish people have been musically vocal
    throughout the generations despite her travail.
    Laurels for Our Aged Home
    Miami is especially proud of its Jewish Home
    for the Aged, which has achieved a national
    reputation as a leading institution for old folks.
    In the face of frequent headlines deploring
    the conditions prevalent in aged homes here
    and in other states conditions which have on
    at least three occasions in as many years led
    '.o disaster and death for their residentsour
    Jewish Home for the Aged continues to gather
    laurels for its beautiful grounds, modern living
    quarters, geriatric programs and scientific ef-
    Two times now, Israel has been severely
    censured by United Nations action which
    deemed the Jew.sh State unjustified in defend-
    ing its territorial integrity against assaults by
    deliberately planned and aggressive
    Arab
    military campaigns. ..
    But never has any member nation of the UN
    brouqht forth as a serious suggestion the oust-
    inq of another member for failure to live up to
    the principles of the world peace organization.
    Even the Soviet Union, whose dilatory tactics
    have time and again obstructed UN procedure,
    was never challenged to her right to member-
    S But Israel has been so challenged by Syria
    on the basis of the Israeli action Dec. 11 against
    a Syrian outpost on Lake Tiberias. The sad
    fact is that, only on rare occasion, has world
    opinion seen fit to recognize and express sym-
    By LEO MINDLIN

    This hour of crisis is apparently bringing out the best in u
    own combined Jewish Appeal opened officially Jan 29 at i0
    gifts dinner without the appearance of a single non Jewish cek
    author, statesman, noted star or otherwise. Similarly, tne jn.
    confer, nee of the Israel Bond campaign here and in Canada got,
    way Saturday evening in the Seville hotel on a note of int^
    sobriety. ... .
    Indeed, one of the principal speakers switched his deliver, i
    English to Yiddish before half of his talk had been finished-so^,
    was the atmosphere with the business at hand, and so intent wash.
    being understood He was Dr. Joseph Burg, or the I-rael Cabinet*
    ,,s i .ee it. he took top honors from the other orators on the bLj
    simplicity and honest presentation of his government's plight
    Leon Kcyscrling. former chairman of the President's Coumji
    Economic Advisors and billed as a "key consultant in the develop '
    of Israel's economic and fiscal policy." simply talked too much 1
    can be no doubt that he was erudite, but the sheer weight of bin
    tistics the dry' and off-handed manner in which he discussed 1
    and the Near Hastvitiated his intention and frankly bored hbi
    enco.
    I may here say that Mr. Keyserling offended at least one of I
    listeners within moments after he was introduced. I felt for >nk
    sme instant that he had just arrived fresh from the chamben K.
    American Council for Judaism meetingor that, at best, he hadf
    centlj crawled out from between the pages of a William Zuckei
    Newsletter."
    Perhaps it was unintentional, but Mr. Keyserlinc betrayed i|
    of terror at being caught in the halls of an Israel Bond confei
    Apologetically, he seemed quick at the outset to emphasize his L_
    Carolina origini and quick needlessly to harp upon the fact that aif
    an American and that he owes allegiance to no other flag.
    Cotping as it did on the heels of Dr. Burg's marvelous address,!
    Krvserling might have been stopped sooner than he was after i
    pathy for the Israel, point >f view.^ ^^ ^ -.-^ ^ statlslics and imaginarv charts by frantic note,
    the dais.

    Sadder even is the fact that,
    recent move to discredit a sorely oppressed
    Jewish State, the culprit once again comes
    away with all the laurels. In an effective diplo-
    matic move, Israel delegation chief Abba Eban
    presented before Security Council members un-
    shakable proof that the Syrians had provoked, country's econor,
    the Dec. 11 incident by firing on Israeli shipping analysis determ.
    il__ t_i._ along Lake Tiberias.
    United Nations truce chief Gen. E. L.
    M.
    EMERGENT NEED OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    The substance of Dr. Burg's remarks was that Israeli fin
    strain brought about by her securitv problem must not weaken1
    economic development which, he said, will in the
    ine her ultimate dimensions and the degree of I
    lg the sicnificance of his government's lack of til
    the result of the recent Russian arms agreement with Egypt art I
    imminent danger of war-thc Israeli Cabinet official declared"
    Burns, who initially charged Israel as the vio- ..(()()ay wo sh()W the entire World the excess of energy in the
    lator in this incident, ater affirmed the validity an() min(ls (lf our people and the extent of their great and '
    of Mr. Eban's proof which consisted of ph| achievement. I take courage in the fact that! those who were so i
    tostatic copies of documents seized from the 0Xj|PS and unwanted are now the basis of our rapidly de
    Syrians during the raid, ordering Syrian mill-1 industry-"
    tary personnel to open fire. Declaring that humankind was fifteen years ago enveloped
    conspiracy of silence-a conspiracy hanging a shroud of secreerl
    the murder of six million JewsDr. Burg affirmed that the m"'
    determination in our time quietly to destroy Israel would not i
    "We have no time." he repeated, "but we have a commodity I
    found nowhere else: more than 250.000 children born under tatl
    of Israel, who are not afraid of dogs."
    In this regard. Dr Burg called-upon the American Jewish'
    nit\ to offer his government the wherewithal through Bond
    of continuing her economic development.
    It is not now important that the Syrian pro-
    posal to expel Israel from the United Nations
    has clearly fallen, by the wayside. Nor. indeed,
    is it important that the Jewish State once again
    was forced to justify her action in the defense
    of her territorial integrity.
    What is important are these facts: 1) The
    Syrian ouster move remains firmly branded on
    the memory of world opinion, with Israel char-
    acterized as the aggressor. 2) Once again, Is-
    rael has failed to receive prominent notice of
    her justification equivalent to the notice that
    condemned her.
    News reports in the international press only
    in passing mention Maj. Gen. Burns' report
    to the Security Council, which confirmed Is-
    rael's early charge hat the Syrians had pro-
    voked the Lake Tiberias fracas. And this notice
    stacks up, neither in volume nor in sensational
    effect, to the publicity attending the Syrian
    ouster move.
    The fact is that, apart from the Jewish State's
    Wq v,___ continuing harrassment by the Arabs, she is
    rohTmnl ^H S?he" ^^ u ?*" al* being harrassed by a bad public relations
    columns, and with great pride, about the home carnpaign. Some attention paid by Israel to
    opening here under the auspices of the Miami this ^a9tter h Jve to
    home eSBSrtSi 1 a ?**"* ^^Uy muddled station. q
    nome otncials officials in mid-January, we
    think, speaks even more eloquently because it
    represents a professional, unsolicited salute to
    the institution.
    Sparks Memorial Hospital Association in Ft.
    Smith, Ark., a 175-bed general hospital, is cur-
    rently contemplating buildinq a convalescent
    home for the aged as an auxiliary to its facili-
    ties. According to a letter sent the Jewish Home
    for the Aqed here by hospital administrator
    Marvin Altman, the Miami institution has been
    recommended by the State Board of Health of
    Forida as being one of three places in the
    state that are particularly outstanding.
    In this regard, the Arkansas hospital last
    month dispatched a representative here to visit
    the Jewish Home for the Aged in order to gath-
    er information and recommendations prepara-
    tory to constructing its own facilities for the
    aged.
    The State of Florida is known nationally as a
    haven for older, retired persons, who seek
    Florida's ideal climate and sub-tropical at-
    mosphere as an adjunct to healthy living. Thus.
    Florida has countless aged homes catering to
    the thousands arriving here annually in need
    of such institutions.
    It is a particular tribute to Miami's Jewish
    Home for the Aged that our state's Board of
    Health has singled it out as the highest exam-
    ple of what a home for the aged should be.
    Abraham Lincoln his Day
    Champion for the Democratic Way of Life
    POLITICAL MOBILIZATION KEY FOR RABBI SILVER
    I suppose, at least officially. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver was "sta*|
    the evening. In any case, one would Certainly have thought j
    oratorical histrionics are any measure of such matters This is M
    say that I>r Silver did not speak well; for, indeed, he did.
    tailed to bring to his address the aura of a spiritual leader's'
    over Israels fate in the Near East. He brought, instead, the'
    .f a politician.
    I do not here denigrate Dr. Silver's sincerity. It would be I
    in the face of his monumental past achievement in behalf of the Jei
    State But the fact is that Dr. Silver remains about the mostpoutsij
    minded rabbi on the American horizon today. In this regard, hef
    trapped by a kind of delusion of grandeur all out of proportion l
    achievement. And. in equal regard, it was perhaps some of ""**
    that developed a crisis of its own to be weathered by the Boa* I
    lerence on Miami Beach last weekend.
    Dr. Silver stressed the need for maximum political mobui
    today, placing such mobilization on a par with the emergent
    assure Israel's economic future. Reviewing the treachery of^P
    relations with the West and the recent Egyptian blunder so fare
    munist Russia is concerned, he judged the Near East "north'
    to be a failure because it relies so heavily on Arab Part,c'p'!"*'
    the Arabs. Dr. Silver declared, are forging a ring of steel B|
    They are not interested in an alliance against the Sov'eJbT!It
    in Jordan over the Baghdad Pwrt was proof of that. The
    said, simply aim to destroy Israel. (
    With sound political reasoning and equally sound straw* (
    Dr Silver showed our government's entire foreign policy u
    East to be a hoax.
    ABRAHAM FEINBERG AVOIDS DISASTBR
    Nonetheless, with abysmal respect for his Republican pan.
    ance. Dr. Silver refused to place the blame where it bclong>
    ing the northern tier arrangement, he failed to attack ^re .^(1
    Who is its father In speaking bitterly of the explosion 0l/^
    ence into the Near East, he failed to declare that I'.S. Am"^
    Egypt Henry Byroadewhose anti-Semitic skirts show n*^
    da) is entirely at fault. In discussing the general imb*f"\ij<
    trouble spot, he failed to attribute the increasingly ditioni there to the vacillating, opportunistic policy
    Republican Administration.
    Instead. Dr. Silver took the opportunity to rap fo""5L,
    Truman whom he first praised for his part in the esu ^j
    the State of Israel. Referring to the current publicanon tf
    mans Memoirs" the Cleveland spiritual leader ,df,',^M i*
    against the Truman distaste for "extreme Zionists. (,fC ^^
    these Zionists who first showed the President the weU *"
    nti Israel. anti-Semitic State Department. M**i
    Just, as he and his colleagues had bared the trum ^
    ministration in IMS so. now. did the "extreme Zionists -"^1
    no other kind. Dr Silver declaredhave to perform .,
    For, according to the rabbi, our government is "trying
    Continue* n Pate A


    February 10. 1956
    +J*l$bk>rldiaan
    Page 5 A
    Department Move to Fulfill Adenauer Vow Misfires
    n,inued from P.* 1 A
    and criticism" of
    who want-
    Ireed? The
    entment
    iTun.ni> element
    ,11 Nazi criminal* i
    itment. in the Kirlin tetter,
    , ju-tifv such paroles,
    . ,hey were really decided
    -no-vi '"''rd- There'
    ,,, the Depart -
    only the boardand not
    El
    be
    Washingtonabould
    l Ublfl for the hoard's
    s* 4
    sophistry waa >""n to
    nUlions "i ansry U.S.
    ' Tor it was
    fdthat one of the Nazis par-
    il Scpp Diet-
    [one-time chief of Hitler's per-
    Diolrn-h led the
    itor Kusevitsky
    Sing at Kneseth
    lei Congregation
    renowned Cantor Mosbe
    itsky will officiate at Knes-
    sracl Synagoi ue, 1415 Euclid
    during Saturday morning
    re<. Feh 25. 8:30 a.m.
    [Sunday evening, Feb. 26, Can-
    luftvitak) will also appear at
    fih Israel, this time in a Pur-
    bncerl
    nancnt cantor of one of the
    synagogues in New York
    hbsevitsky singa there only
    a month and during major
    ill holidays. For the rest of
    lime, he tours the United
    and Canada, giving pro-
    of operatic and liturgical
    ording to bis manager, Ny-
    faldman, some 40 percent of
    Kusevitsky's audiences in
    Inited States are non-Jewish,
    rat dt them remade on the i
    Iblance of his voice to the)
    pirico Caruso's. Kusevit.-ky.
    ill. (eels that liturgical mu-
    jmore of a -tram to perform
    jperaticbut it shows off the
    (very well
    | want to be a good can-
    ou should exercise on clas-
    i
    I tiling in the United
    Cinti.r Kusevitsky sang op-
    liked opera, but
    ny duty to sing the great
    pal ni'i
    Cantor Kusevitaky feali
    music offers him an undis-
    |ie to in. Jewish past
    SS thugs against Jews and others, tion'.s largest veteran
    America remembered l,,m n,;,,,,!, ,,, the American Legion went
    as tlie man who gave the orders for into action
    the Christmas murder of 160 j The Legion learned that Edwin
    Amer.can prisoners of war at Mai- A. Ph... American member of the
    medy Belgium, in 1J44 hoard, agr^d wh the Germans on
    Dietrich was originally sent, nc- the Dietrich parole. Had Ptyt voted
    ed to deeth.. Later a term o, lift the s A ^
    imprnonmor.- instituted. Sen ,n Bsrope Could have refused to
    Joseph K. McCarthy ,,,, ,.|<;nency. A high-ranking
    publican, once interceded on be- u.8. effleer arid in Bonn that "Plitt
    hall ol Dietrich and other con- la a mouM. The Germane are lead
    victed Na/.s. jnK him around bv the
    American officials responsible putt's immediate removal was de-
    for the Dietrich parole miscalcu- manded by the Legion an 1 other
    ated. America still remembered major veterans'group.
    Malmcdy. U.S. veterans considered
    the parole boafd neither non-
    t S. soldiers throughout the
    world expressed indignation. The
    political nor the State Department leading non-official military pub-
    free from its responsibility to pro-1 lication voiced a typical criticism
    tect American interest..,. The na-1 of the State Department. Speaking
    for the 'Army Times," the "old
    HtKMAN BINDtK
    j sergeant" commented: "If fate
    works it out that some day i cross Mrs. Krieger fo be feted
    ; paths with that upstanding repre- j Beth Jacob Sisterhood will meet
    scntative of the SS. I'm going to | Wednesday evening. Feb. 15. at
    Music, Arts League
    To Install Officers
    Miami Beach Music and Arts
    League will hold an installation
    dinner and celebration Saturday
    evening, Feb. 11, at Musicians Clulf
    of America. 303 Minorca avet,
    CoaaJ Gabion,
    < nations will he presented to Dr.
    Bertha renter, founder and p
    dent of the Musicians Club of
    America; Mana Zucca, noted com-
    : Mr.-. Albert Pick, local mu-
    sician; and Edward Clarke, musk
    and art lecturer.
    Officers include Herman Binder,
    president: Alexander Dellerson,
    vice president; Harry Barnhard.
    treasurer; Gustave Freeman, re-
    cording secretary': Lenore Hauer.
    corresponding secretary: and Anita
    Karns, financial secretary.
    Directors are Ruth C. Brotman,
    Jacques Cohen. Arnold Greenfield,
    Albert Hauer, Anyuta MoheOT,
    Webb, Harry L.
    Webb and Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
    CAN70* KUSEVITSKY
    | invoke the law of eye for an eye,' David Whitman Hall'.
    land Gen. Dietrich will pay the | Mrs. Moses Krieger, honorary Howar<> Meyers, Robert A. gtfaas-
    j price for what he did. pay it full > president, will be feted on her 84th burg. Bertha H.
    [ and pay it slow. And if the power ( birthday.
    ' politicking boys want to hang me
    j for it. OK. 1 been getting it in the !
    neck from the diplomat gang for [
    40 years so once more won't mat-
    ter."
    Tempers still soared over the
    Dietrich parole when word came
    that Plitt was working to free SS
    Colonel Joachim Pciper, Dietrich's
    "trigger man" at Malmcdy. Peiper.
    like Dietrich, was originally sen-
    tenced to death. Jewish groups re-
    | called Peiper as commander of the
    I "blow torch" battalion which burn-
    ed Jews and other civilians on the
    Eastern front.
    In Columbus, Ohio, a 33-year-old
    veteran spoke out. He was Virgil
    P. Lary. the only U.S. officer to
    survive the mass murder of sick
    and wounded American prisoners
    at Malmcdy. The release of Peiper.
    aid. would "dishonor" the 160
    Americans murdered there.
    Lary, first lieutenant, said "the
    Crippled Children's Society
    Seal Sale in Offing Here
    Committee appointments for the screams of my men who were mas-
    annual Easter seal sale for the sacred ... still ring in my ears .
    Crippled Children's Society, were
    completed Wednesday, according
    to R. B. Roberts III, general chair-
    man.
    Mailing date for the seals ||
    Kor those of us who survive," he
    said, "our hearts are sick after
    each release. Of the 75 tried and
    34 receiving the death sentence,
    now only Peiper remains to an-
    Mar. 10, with a minimum goal of swer. Sepp Dietrich has been set
    $64,000. The sale will continue free and now his personal officer
    tine Donee Scheduled
    Valentine dance, which
    through Apr. 10.
    Addressing envelopes for the
    :ve mailing are Miami fire-
    men, members of Alpha Chi
    Omega sorority and volunteers in
    the Easter Lily Guild at the Crip
    pled Children's Society
    John L. Foy and Roy Schechter
    are preparing the appeal letter.
    Committee heads announced by
    directly responsible
    leased."
    is to be re-
    8 sponsored bv the Youna ommuicc neacis innoumcu uy
    ^eoftheGreate^Mtentf Roberts inc,ude:. % SfSS S'
    Communih (enter will be Scott and CaPtam tharles Huttoe,
    n Sunday Feb 12' it thP Jr sPcial events; John Hallibur-
    Beach Branch, it was an ton' pubIic rclat,ons; Frank ***
    t>> Howard F;idot, presi-
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    Hadassah Chapters Slate February
    Meetings With Exciting Features
    .... ,,.j... f u~> rein Fiwman. 2054 Prarie
    I sister wonIted^ternjyjr^
    separation. The meeting '
    the coral Gables JewisB
    Henrietta Szold group of Hadas- of Mrs. Ks>,(. rrcomnn. 2084
    sah Will meet on Monday noon. ave.. on Wednesdaj afternoon
    Feb. 13, at the Vanderbilt hotel. Feb. 22.
    Mrs. Morris Lencer. chapter co-
    held at
    ,. sm Palerni
    ordinator of dime banks, will act
    as quizmaster in a
    panel discussion.
    niour
    *
    Rabbi s. T. Swirsky will be guest
    Dr. Eye Quiz" speaker for Chain. WV./mann
    Members willlgroup of Mthj^ *-
    bukuf suppIies HJ^^?fi%S?urtU,epn
    . I Program will pertain to Jewisn
    Henrietta Szold group of Hadas- National Fund, of which Hadassah
    members and is a contributor.
    Guest Reviewer Dua
    Sixth in the aerie* of book re-
    views sponsored by the Greater
    Miami Chapter of Hadassah will
    ke place Tuesday evening Feb.
    Uberl Einstein group oi Hto 14. .1 Itopto Beth Sholom. Guest
    JfiftmSfSondiy. Feb I* Rl ,,,,,,,r will discuss -Beyond De-
    Al Friedman, >ir(>. by Pierre La Mure, author of
    Moulin Rouge. ___________.
    the home ol Mr*
    jkii \\v 91sl st.
    Her co-hostess will be Mn. Sey
    Lowe and Mrs. Seymour
    Chairman will be Mn.
    renenbaum, who will eon-
    sah is inviting a
    friends to attend a card party on
    Sunday evening, Feb. 19. at the lit. Scopus group
    Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 25 Will meet at (he Colon)
    Washington ave. on Feb. IS at l p.m.
    Proceeds will go
    Aliyah child rescue
    cording to Mrs. Barnett Becker- audience part
    man. chairman. Co-chairmen are chairman is Mrs. William Hechler
    Mi>. Harry Decky, Mrs. Ottilie
    Rosenberg and Mrs. Sam Bauman. Regular meeting of the Hanna
    Senesch group ol Hadassah will be
    A card party for Youth Aliyah ,u,|(i Mon(|a, afternoon, Feb. L3, at
    for
    Th,. Hadassah Woman Works
    American and World Affairs
    United Nations" wi"
    hold it- regular meeting and tea
    00 Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 22,
    the home of Mrs. Lee Howard,
    ti Bay dr Surfside.
    and the I nited nkmmb
    of Hadassah the subject of a panel diwussmnb)
    ,v restaurant Mn Bernard Stevens and Mrs.
    Lous Biderman, of the Hadassah
    to the Youth "i^toUSJhd 'The M.000 chap,,, board, and Richard F
    program, ac- shekel Question" and will include local attorw
    rnett Becker- audience participation. Program
    Meeting of Stephen Wise group
    Monday noon. Feb. 13, at the Alii-
    ion hotel, will celebrate Purim and
    Jewish Music Month.
    ____Friday.J-e^ut^^
    Women's Group rVill ii..,
    North Dade chapter of v .
    American ORT *,n rn^rH
    evening. Feb. 14. at thTh^l
    Mrs. Louis Gillman
    DER YIDDISHER FORUlT
    mars ivmy Saturday i .
    KNESETH ISRAEL
    CONGREGATION
    141S Euclid Avenue. Vi?*
    ATUROAY. FEBRUARY^*'
    tf Sptoktr
    DR. ISAAC UNTUMAN
    Sfcj*et
    "JIWISM PHItOSOPHfRS AND ml
    PHILOSOPHIES"
    Tin- Annum I .,, ,h. .
    s.Mi!, ii,,.,i ai
    I ii Goodman group of Hadas-
    sah will nun .,t the Algiers I
    on Thursday evening, F< b Ifl
    I speaker will be Mrs Dorothj
    I ink, who will talk about h< r re
    program will be held at the home Ih(, ,,,,,,,, shelborne. Dr.. A R. cenl visil to Israel
    Hollander, who ha- jusl returned I-,;,, Ol Hadassah Will
    from Israel, will report on the celebrate Purim with a brunch and
    third world assemblj ol the Israel card partj Monday morning, Feb.
    Medical Association. 13, at the Algiers hotel. Contribu-
    * tions will be used for Vmth Ali-
    Henl group ol Hadassah will yah.
    hold it- regular meeting Monday
    Pioneer Women Eye
    Active Schedule
    When members and friends of
    the Kadimah chapter of Pioneer afternoon. Feb. 13, at the Sorrento
    Women gather for an annual smor.lhotel,
    gasbord dinner, planned by Mrs. Featured will be "Tell Me Where
    Ida Meyers and Mrs. Fred Sandier I it Hurts." one ol the latest techni-
    for Sunday evening, Feb. 12. at color films to cunie from Israel.
    Beth David auditorium. tlu\ will
    partake of a varied assortment ol stirring film entitled. -Weep No
    foods and pool their proceeds for More." will highlight the regular
    Moetzet Hapoalot, Israel's counter .,.,,,,.; ,,, Menorah group of Ha-
    dassah on Monday. Feb. 13.
    Presented by the Jewish Nation-
    al Fund in connection with it- land
    . mat ion program in Israel, the
    part of Pioneer Women which
    maintains a network of al
    institution- for train. Illa-
    tion work throughout Israel.

    To aid the children in [sra< 1 I i
    achieve a secure future, Mr. and
    Mrs. Louis Marcus will give a tra-
    onal dinner Sundaj evening,
    Feb is. at Kneseth Israel audi-
    ;; i >r members of Club II.
    Mr- Marcus, who is child rescue ',
    chairman, announced that Mrs Vb ,
    raham Shedroff, chairman of the|
    ing, has arranged the program
    with a report on Israt I by Mrs
    Rebecca Lipson, Hebrew teacher of
    Temple Beth Sholom. The musi-
    cal portion of the m will be
    conducted by Lena Greenberg, JNF
    chairman of i hi) ago, and
    Zeloa Liebman.
    Club I president, Mrs. Sam Wilen-
    sky, has announced the three sis-
    ti r-- Mesdames E Jaffey, R
    sen-tern and M Bauerdinner will
    b< held Sunday evening, Sunday.
    Feb. 12. at Beth Tfilah Congn
    tion. Mr-. Sophie Krantz. child
    rescue chairman, is in charge ol
    arrangements.
    *
    Golda Meyerson club will hold
    their next regular meeting on
    Thursday evening. Feb. 16. at
    Beth El Congregation. They will
    ob-erve a belated Tu B'Shevat cele-
    bration. Mrs. Thelma Kitchen. .INF
    chairman, has announced that Ben.
    jamin Notes, violinist, and Ainuta
    Melicov, pianist, will present a mu-
    sical program.
    Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president,
    revealed this week that the Greater
    Miami Council of Pioneer Women's
    Organizations will gather for a
    monthly meeting at the home of
    Mrs. Jacob Cosow, 7222 Trouille
    Esplanade, on Tuesday. Feb. 21. at
    1:30 p.m. Plans for their 16th an-
    nual donor dinner scheduled for
    Mar. 18 will be discussed.
    film is the story of a brother and
    Mr-. Sol S,Herman is Youth
    Alyah chairman. Hostessea are
    Mrs. Harrj C< ben, Mrs Frames
    Rubin, Mrs Jack Udel and Mrs
    Irving Westin.
    *
    Debori h roup ol Hadassah will
    blcickstonc
    fiorict
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    WED., FEB. 22nd, 8:30 P.M. ONLY
    STARS OF STAGE SCREEN TELEVISION
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    Emits RENAN. Arthur NEWMAN
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    FEB. 23 MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
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    SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
    JOHN BITTER, Conductor
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    CAMEO
    WASH. AYE. SOUTH OF LINCOLN RD.
    OPEN 1:45 P.M.
    TODAY
    M OI S H E
    OYSHER
    in his FIRST English
    speaking picture .
    JOEY
    ADAMS
    LAWRENCE TIERNEY
    AL (llonble? Talk) KELLY
    l\m HELLER
    in the World's First
    Showing
    - pf -
    "SINGING IN THE
    DARK"
    THURS. ond FRIDAY NIGHTS
    FEBBRUARY 9 10th
    Joey Adams
    IN PERSON
    :I5 Ife'ift P.M.


    February,110.
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    Page 7 A
    ing Citizens I
    [cademy Fete
    bftreater Miami's leading
    B attended he H-
    Lomv dinner honoring;
    tidor Beach Councilman,
    [j Halperin. chairman of
    K' revealed Wednesday.
    trhonoring Blnderw*
    ]{br Fontainebleau hotel, |
    Uin. Fe>. 5. Fund, will;
    ' maintaining the Acade-|
    the Bpeclal features ofj
    Lcr was a specially pro-1
    ntatam which 50 children
    Led. Music ;md libret-
    written Bnd composed
    ffflrlam Donnerstag. mu-
    t di the school. Sam
    tell known theatrical pro-
    jected the show.
    I lerving his second term
    lent, delivered the princi-
    rt.... and discussed the
    of the school, iRev. Leonard to Address
    Hebrew Free Loan Elects Schwartz
    To Sixth Consecutive Term as President
    Greater Miami Hebrew Frr-e dent of the Benevolent Associa-
    Loan Association Monday reelected Ition. He is on the board of gover-
    Isirtore Schwartz pres.dcnt of the,nors of the Greater Miami Jewish
    organirat.on for the sixth consecu- Federation and b. a member of the
    tive term.
    Elected to serve with Schwartz
    at a meeting held in the Town
    Branch of the Greater Miami Jew.
    ish Community Center were Joel
    Zalis, first vice president; Mrs
    Fred Bernstein, second vice presi
    board of directors of the Greater
    Miami Jewish Cemetery Associa-
    tion. He is chairman of the house
    committee of Congregation Beth El
    and also heads the cemetery com-
    mittee of the congregation.
    Schwartz is welfare chairman of
    ISIDORE SCNWAtrZ
    Mansion
    of the Academy have
    i building ol a new school
    [[ |j area ol Miami Beach,
    Mux>l authorities recently
    HUM Brotherhood Program
    Program to commemorate the
    observance of Brotherhood Week
    . will be held by Debs B'nai B'rith
    a*"** l,Girls on Friday evening, Feb. 17,
    at Hillel House on the University
    of Miami Campus.
    Brotherhood program will be an
    co-chairmen Otners ,nterfaith service conducted by Dr.
    the committee are Jo- ^.^ D Michelson of the ilIel
    r-.Dr .1)a.V,i S/"^u- Foundation.
    Rev. E. Calvin Leonard, of the
    Westminster Foundation at the
    University of Miami, will be main
    speaker.
    Halperin were Charles
    in and Mrs. Benjamin
    Appel. Herman Basch.
    ender. Hyman Berman,
    tier. Adblph Blank. Frank
    [ Daniel M. Broad, Judge
    plan. Joseph Cohen. Mor-
    I Nathan Darsky, Morris
    lerrrun Eisenberg, Harry-
    ting Firtel, Hyman Gal-
    Genet. Saul Genet.
    rlr- ihitler.
    Ginzbui g, Nathan <',ins-
    fn Goldberg, Sol Gold-
    |ph Gonshor, Morris Gor.
    bi Alexandi r s. Gross,
    Abraham Mason, Alex Miller, Mor-
    ris Miller, Abraham Mostow, Hen-
    ry Lenchansky, Norman Reinhard,
    Samuel Reinhard, Joseph Rose,
    Burnett Roth, Sidney Bubinowitz,
    Raymond Rubin, Samuel Sokols,
    Hyman Sandier, Jack Satin, Bcn-
    Hyman Jabloa, Ijamin Sherry.
    pfman, George Kimmel, I Max Silverberg, Isidore Spolter,
    t/ky \ : n S I.auer, I Morris Sugarman, Harry Wasser-
    hson. Harrj Levitt, Kol-I man, Dr. Samuel B. Wolfe and
    |Dr. Irwin 1! Makovsky, Joseph Zemel.
    BJ| ...,*r?;-^'X;%>.
    f
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    I
    Alexander Gross (left), principal of The Hebrew Aca-
    ipresents B. I. Binder, president, with an engraved
    F his service "to the school, the synagogue and the
    W at the Academy's eighth annual dinner in the
    eau hotel Sunday. Some 650 persons attended the
    Complete and Dependable Title Service
    IAMI TITLE
    & Qtettact Co.
    lnuRS F T'TLE Si*v,Ci ,H DAD1 county
    PWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
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    dent; Mrs. Morris Eckhause, finan-lthe Goodwill Nonsectari; Asao-
    c.al secretary; Harry Goldberg, !ciation and is active in many re 1
    treasurer. ; igious fraterna| and philanthropic
    Mrs. Fred Ochs, corresponding groups. He is also serving present-
    secretary; Mrs. Max Kunst. record-; ly as chairman of the Chevra Had-
    ing secretary; and Sam Seigel,' isha.
    Louis Weintraub and Meyer Red- Greater Miami Hebrew Free
    lick, credit committee. f ,., _. ,
    On the board of directors are the La" "W has in tnm ,,f 30 loans
    Mesdames Abraham Barkow, Anna outstanding From the '"eeption of
    Block, Mary Hirshhorn, Sam Her-tne organization, some 200 loans
    man, Rose Sakowitz", Golde Indgin, have been made.
    Ralph Kreiger and Hyman Kam |
    Bet-MSSe.""*-ard "* 0neilaiba' >
    Schwartz is founder of the He-
    brew Free Loan Association, wich
    extends non-interest loans to needy
    Spinoza Forum Slates
    Heavy Schedule Next Week
    "Spinoza's Psychology of the
    PsSStOM and the Will" is the topic
    of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolf-
    son Sunday evening at the Spinoza
    Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and Ocean
    ct. A question and answer period
    will follow.
    Other cultural activities at the
    Forum will include the Spinoza
    Theatre Tuesday under the direc-
    tion of Lillian Miller, author of
    "The Girl in the Window" and
    Wednesday evening, a lecture on
    "Diet and Health."
    Thursday evening, Dr. Wolfson
    will give the third lecture in the
    Charles H. Lee astronomy course.
    persons.
    Masada, Miami Beach Young
    Adult Zionists, will hold an Oneg
    Shabbat on Friday evening, Feb.
    10, at the home of Marilyn Sanders,
    Schwartz is serving presently as 139 Meridian ave., Miami Beach,
    treasurer of Trail lodge of the Sam Soldinger is program chair-
    Knights of Pythias and vice presi-' man.
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    H
    Continued form Pacje A
    Spiritual Statesmanship Program
    Under Way Here With Focal Meet ,........ ----. ,~ ^-5-53
    1 A secietan <' Slate Edward R. Stet- ^^ withm|, fu!l con,ultatioi
    Unius Jr. had senl me a letter_ot- ^ b(jth Arab ,, jew.; in hi
    W winter ""* ,0 hl In ""'"S wlth Km* lbn 'Smul (
    L,1-\\ ......, ,u, nnnrnnchcd n> ,. ,_.u;i <... Placed
    Near Bail wovernmcnLs in his be- land.
    ! ,|f that in view of this Govern- -But the State
    men! there should be no decision
    Continued from Page
    bodies.
    Sparta
    cern was mainly wRj) the
    of how the Arabs .,,

    establishment
    wun tmpn.M- un -------- Palestine nd ii'" c-iam.-.....<... hiMlll(y l0 jewiiH settlement in
    and Cultural Groups there of a Jewish State. Palestine but like many Ameri-
    Wednesday's meeting mU -Two weeks later Joseph | Wtl, tnuihicd by the plight
    convened by the University ol Ml- Qnm uh, m stettinius' al j)r ,ewish |)(1)ipie ,n Europe.
    am., the Historieal Association 01 ^ ^ Ai.tms. gjeretarj ol SUte, f Dtclawtion had al-
    Cmithom Flnriiia and the Amen- ....... ,,. m,.mranduin <'!i ,____, kj ;
    I WM lully aware o! the Arabs- ""tk-
    hostility t Jewiah settlement in wHe-ewqllfied p(
    religious school and dally bU
    ten. Both have excelled t,,2
    references. Writ* Mr, mTm
    Box 2f73, Miami U.
    hern Florida and the \m.n- -- j^ ;/;u"r,h,,r memorandum on ^^ (o me t0 g0 nand in
    Ihe subject, informing "ie: Al-
    though President Booaeveli at
    lime- gave i\pr'ssion
    rhe Balfou
    irayi iaann
    hand with the noble policies of
    Woodrow Wilson, especially the
    DR. LOUIS flNKHSTtlN
    Jordan Marsh
    i; View Need
    To Exoand Store
    can Hilton, (.'enter of the Jewish
    Theological Seminary at 10:30 a m
    at the Shelborne hotel
    Dr. harlton W Tebeau, profes-
    of history an.I chairman ol
    the University of Miami's History
    Department, will be chairman of commitments on New York and Senator Taft of
    Zmrt on a number ol OCC* Ohio, that I would go along on .
    Z witbta be pas, few year,, reflation putting the Senate on
    ;mth ,..,, tlu. aepartment to record in favor of the speedy
    assure the beads of the different achievement of the Jewiah he-
    ,,:,,.. gave expression ro- ^ principle of self-determination,
    .vmpathetic to certain Zionist ^^ ] ^ jn (h(i Senate j toid
    editor for the Historical tsfloda
    Anon, VlOUf NPPfi """ "f s"l"ncrn r'lon.la. Discii-
    UUvlly TICT? HvVU _ J fl history in the South will be headed
    CYftfind MOfC ,n L Quincy M"il'"rd. Librarian
    bApuiiw <+ oi ongresi
    Dr Louis Finkelstein, chancel-
    lor Ol the Jewish Theological Sem-
    inary and one of the leading
    spokesmen for world Jewry, will
    day total of more than 80.000 vlsi- pr(,>ldc a( B C1V1C luncheon Thurs-
    tors. day which will involve leadinf of-
    During the Monday opening, ov ||(.KlN (if natlona| regional and k>
    percent of the entire popu- ^j p()|ltK.;l| religious, educational.
    lation of Dade county was clocked DusineM ;m(| rlVH. organizations,
    entering the new store, which ,- ,,nm ,, ak(,r the lunch
    ed on the corner ol Biscayne
    POSITION WANTED
    Middle Aged W.*u
    Companion or ReMitta,
    " Call JE 824SI
    Jordan MarshMiami. "Kissin'
    Cousin" of the famous Jordan
    Marsh stores t New England, op-
    ened here this week with a
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    eon meeting will be Sen. George ^
    blvd. and Veneti^.caujwa*- Smathers of Florida, who will talk
    So heavy was the "tendance opportunities ol Spiritual
    thai the board chairman of Allied K .. S;im||(., Friedland,
    , Corporation, ol which all vice chairman of the NPC,
    "*TVZt I vi|| serve as bosl for Thursdays
    P1" V n h, n ""*" ;'"<< extends greetings
    . mce to begin enlarging the en-
    Jordan MarshMiami op
    tion by 15 percent.
    Chairman B. Bar] Pucketl told
    confi !'"' e thai reaction
    from two preview days ol selling
    for charge account customers were
    Igfa to com nice him and his
    - thai the store, lai
    LEGAL NOTICE
    BUILDING CONSTRUCTION COLLEGE, INC.
    FILIP MARKOWITZ, Principal
    Registered Architect (NY) Licensed C. C.
    10 week ESTIMATING & BLUEPRINT READING COURSE $45.00
    Thursdays 7 to 8 P.M. Phone FRonklin 3-6977
    ......,. CONTRACTORS' EXAMINATION
    IJp.tll Queitiont and_Aniwer Explained. Mluitrated
    Oeeigning Vak:rw _
    ORNAMENTAL IRON CO.
    BRASS A AUUMiNuyr
    CLAUD PULLEN, Ovwr^J
    PULLEN METAL CRj
    3f 5 N. E. 7*Ui $Tn
    Phone PL 9.5614 Mr
    SUFFOLK DETECTIVE
    {Offsets: New York, Miemi.
    tiel private investigatiea.
    Coll UN 6-0759
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    TAX RETURNS-S2.C
    24 kowr service onyvkkm. __
    plete accounting and oeditieai
    ED SHAW, JE 1-671!|
    JE 1 6719
    and PROBLEMS worked out.
    COACHING 4. INSTRUCTIONS tor Contractor Licenae Eimination*
    Thundaya 8:10 to 10 P.M. ROOM 314 223 EAST FLAGLER STREET
    IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 34927 B
    RF RSTATK 'I-
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    APPLICATION FOR FINAL
    DISCHARGE w w^^ ^ ww-rw-w*- wvw w^^ ??? ?
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    lerchandiae, is over S10
    at this site. Then I will
    , oi appi
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    said.
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    Noted 'Cellist
    Admits Composers
    Are Bad Critics
    "Even composers can be terrible
    critics." This is the opinion of
    Gregor Piatigorsky. noted cellist
    "Richard Strauss once told me
    ahout a composer he disliked,"
    Piatigorsky recalled. He was furi-
    ous about the popular acclaim ac-
    corded this man. He is overrated.'
    Strauss said, 'On his feet he has
    the shoes of a mountain climber;
    on his head, the cowl of a monk.
    I
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCLIT. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
    IDA IN CHANCERY No. 187134
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    and here htrauss laid his hand on
    his hearthe has nothing." :..-*it^
    The composer Strauss was nan- u.t u i-r-r, L-
    The composer Strauss was pan-
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    vealed.
    With John Bitter conducting the
    I'M orchestra, Mr. Piatigorsky will
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    kcgulor 1 lb. Ant.
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    februory 14 Remember
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    .Music Month festival.
    Also scheduled are Stokowski IKV':,
    transcriptions of the following by
    Bach: Giant Fugue"Wir glauhen
    all' an einen Cott;" Chorale
    "Komm Suesser Tod:" and Fugure
    in G minor the shorter.
    In addition, the orchestra will
    play Prokofieff'.-> Classical Sym-
    phony and Polka and Fugue from
    "Schwanda" by Jaromir Wein-
    berger.
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    iinai to Stage
    innual Jubilee
    Sinai Hospital will stage
    J annual fund raising Jubi-
    ThurMla>. M.r. I. at the
    Beach Auditorium, accord-
    hospital president Max
    ^nted to head the drive
    Tooo is Howard Kane, local
    fder. *o will act as chair-
    Tthe all-star show for the
    Mr.
    har's event, with Ed Sulli-
    J television and newspaper
    [i nastcr of ceremonies,
    a record shattering gate
    looo "With the hospital's
    [steadily rising because of
    Lj free and social services,
    k( necessity aiming at a ten
    fincreasi in receipts," Kane
    Inber of appointments will
    bunced bj Kane after a
    with the hospital's board
    tors within the next few
    hairmen of entertainment,
    edical. women's, office and
    visions "ill be designated
    Wiring with Samuel Gert-
    cutive director of Mount
    Mee of Mount Sinai, Kane
    led a> Community Chest
    for Miami Beach, direc-
    he Dade County Research
    (jon. vice president of
    [Miami Jewish Federation
    urman of the Combined
    Appeal campaign. .
    Eaton Tosses Hat
    In Senate Ring
    Joe Eaton, former assistant state
    attorney and circuit court judge,
    has announced his candidacy for
    the state senate.
    The 36-year-old attorney, who
    established a record of public
    service as a criminal prosecutor
    and circuit court judge, will run
    for the state senate seat which
    will be left vacant by Sen. Bunn
    ll THE WEEK... IS I SEE IT
    Continued from Page 4 A
    president But in calling for this kind of political mobilization,
    er snatched from American Jewry the wherewithal to ac-
    ; it.
    governmentthat impalpable, anonymous bodywithout a
    State Secretary, without a responsible President who can not
    elf make the discoveries Mr. Truman made, fled unscathed
    field o| attack against Twhich Dr. Silver in partisan fashion
    fief ended it.
    emained for Abraham Feinberg on Sunday, president of the
    }nd organization, to clear the air of the crisis Dr. Silver created.
    om indicating that the present responsibility for Israel's safety
    [accepted by the entire American Jewish communitynot by
    reme Zionists" aloneMr. Feinborg dealt severely with Dr.
    nost dangerous soporophic. In his ardent desire to blame and
    [he Administration at oncea position which sorely empha-
    \ impo-Mhlf. contradictionsthe Cleveland spiritual leader
    Ithat there is no crisis in the Middle East today.
    |as Mr. Feinberg's clear thinking in this regard that avoided
    disaster.
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    North Dade Will
    Dedicate Scroll
    North Dade Jewish Center will
    dedicate a new Scroll of Law on
    Sunday afternoon, Feb. 12, accord-
    ing to an announcement this week
    by Rabbi Henry Okolica, spiritual
    leader.
    The Scroll was presented to the
    (enter by Julius Cooper in memo-
    ry of his wife, the late B
    Cooper.
    Master of ceremonies at the
    function will be Murray Apfel-
    baum, Rabbi Okolica said. Harry
    Simonhoff, author and syndicated
    columnist, will be principal
    .speaker.
    Program will also include presi-
    dent of the Rabbinical Association
    Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth
    Sholom;. Rabbi Abraham Herson,
    Tifereth Israel Northside Center;
    Babbi Isaac Lerer, Monticello Park
    Congregation; Cantor Maurice
    Mamches, Beth Jacob Congrega-
    tion; and Cantor William Lipson,
    Beth Davd Congregation.
    Representing Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation will be Sam J.
    Heiman, 1956 Combined Jewish
    Appeal chairman. Community offi-
    cials expected at the Scroll dedica-
    tion are North Miami Mayor Jo-
    seph Ludick and Shepard Broad,
    Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands.
    Chairman of the program Joseph
    Gautier. Gautier has announced
    that he would not seek re-election.
    Eaton and his wife, Pat, and
    three children reside at 4712 SW
    64th ct. During the war, Eaton
    J was a bomber pilot and later a
    squadron commander. He current-
    j ly holds the rank of major in the
    Air Force Reserve.
    As an assistant state attorney,
    'the young prosecutor tried 13 ma-
    jor criminal cases and scored 12
    j convictions.
    Eaton is a member of the faculty
    board at the University of Miami
    law school, a member of the board
    jof directors of the Dade County
    i Bar Association and is chairman
    [of the official board of the First
    Methodist Church of South Miami.
    Rosenfeld said that Cantor Maurice
    Neu will offer liturgical numbers,
    assisted by the North Dade Jewish
    Page 9 A
    of Lucille Moore. Mrs. Margaret
    Yomen will be accompanist at the
    organ. President of the Center is
    Center Choir under the direction David Goodman.
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    22nd STREET S.W.
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    This new Kosher Meat Market and the one on Miami Beach at 19th
    Street and Alton Road are under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph E.
    Rackovsky and endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth.
    Now TWO fine Kosher Markets operated
    by Food Fair to serve you the finest of
    Strictly Kosher Meats and Locally Killed
    and Dressed Poultry at all times.
    SERVICE AND SELF-SERVICE


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    Socialites galore the other night packed L'Aiglon
    for the tenth anual polio ball. Pine Tree dr.'s Mrs.
    Robert Z. Gr**n* was leading light of the affair,
    which raised some $36,000 even before it open-
    d
    Nancy's gown was made from a kimono she
    brought back from Tokyo. Squired by husband
    ih*To-chaired the ballwhich has raised a quarter of a mil-
    liard for the polio fund since its Inceptionwith Mr. Sailing
    Mr$ Harold Land*nd, Emmy Whitehead, Mr.. Sydney
    l, ^_i,f the Mothers' March on PolioMr*. C. C. Bloom,
    'km Myer<,on, Mr. L*onard Ab*ss and Mr*. George K*n-
    jicd in black chiffon with skirt which varied from white
    hpalc gray and hack was Mr*. Jack (Fay*) Ablin, in at times
    k( and at times gay conversation with the Magnus Altmey-
    jece. lovely Sally Mick l, chose a white bouffant
    )r the affair. Also among guests were Hibiscus Islands'
    Mrs. Hal Pelton and the Ira Westerns, of California.
    L. Moses Krieoor is celebrating her 84th birthday on Feb.
    fat'- Valentine clay. .
    dive in Beth Sholom Sisterhood, she recently returned from
    (to Europe and tour through Israel with daughter Mrs. Dor-
    Crieger Fink. .
    Lnds recall Mrs. Kriogor in the days way bact wfjten she
    [spark plug I r women's rights in politics. (Were such drives
    kceaarj '.
    lughter Dorothy is a noted housing expert. Incidentally,
    eeneratioii >( this family is Dorothy's son, Richard, a Ha'v'd
    Ite and Miami attorney.
    eakinc of the Peltons: Hal and wife Kay are off for a birth-
    |lebration Feb. 11. Destination is Mexico City, where they'll
    itulate Lalu Sanchaz, who was their houseguest on Hibiscus
    j ia>t November. .
    ompan>iny the Peltons to Mexico City will be the Joseph
    taobs, ol Coral Gables, who also plan to visit Acapulco and
    klean- before returning home. .
    for the Robert Z. Greenes: A week in Nassau was their
    ^tion "to gel away'' and *for a brief rest.
    pied at Park Avenue were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Aboss in
    ting conversation with syndicated finance columnist Sylvia
    flvia was in town to view business conditions here and
    at the Delano hotel.
    1st rid executive board meetings of combined Optimist and
    Irs. clubs Saturday in Orlando hastened the departure of
    I ents Mr. and Mrs. Lylo E. Fesler, who left the previous
    lay morning with a stop on the way in Clermont. .
    bavins Frid re Mrs. Jack Lowe, Mrs. N. Doug Raff and
    foward Brooks, who spent the night in Lakeland with Mrs.
    lister, Mrs. Leonard Wolf*.
    Jr. and Mrs. Ben Mondress, 1636 SW 13th St.. were tickled
    j>> when daughter Mrs. Ami* Small popped in for a sevcral-
    I n. .
    finer I M coed Carol* Mondressand lovely toowho
    Ke* with husband Ami* in Philadelphia. .
    pth Carole is baby Laurel-Ells*, who's making the rounds
    par's friends and former classmates.
    foth Orange N J.. proved too cold for them, so Mr. and Mrs.
    pel Cohen are here for the winter. .
    (other reason is to be near children Mark and Michael, who
    "ending school on the Beach.
    le new. ls i: Denmark's contribution to satire, pianist
    Prt, will be coming to Miami Apr. 9 for a theatrical per-
    ee here. .
    ttor recently s "ices m a highly successful one-man Broadway show.
    st of honor at a party given by Mrs. Reuben Horowiti in
    llanu'1'' 'aSt WCek W8S MrS* lr* J" **""> ot New York
    paid Ira owns a rug company in Dalton, Ga., and she's a
    T ot Atlanta's Standard club. .
    Tow'"d"8 frm duties as an advertising executive in
    HKn. ** Bu^n arrived in Miami Saturday to house
    1 we Leon Kay**. Res* also did some visiting with Mrs.
    on and daughter Margaret Eisan.
    IGord
    ltd Mrs. Abraham Castor's Pine Tree dr. home was filled
    ng Personalities this week. .
    and?"'nS Clri* $,rook and Brooks, of motion
    k a hnt,V7\arrived sturday and only broke their vacation
    r nr"'t filing sortie in Key West. .
    W m' C,',ldin* recently spent a good bit of time in Italy.
    aiani. tl0ns Wilh amed stars **"* *rmi uid
    '**
    fcr cIliM' ",a.r RaDids- ere the Paul Krachmors to be
    from rn; *" d ** Harold. .
    David "li,r.RaP'ds re the Nat* Cohn* for a visit with
    u*"d and Marilyn. .
    ^ngsters are all attending school hew.
    m '*
    Ui national executive field director William W*inb*rg
    * Saxon h UnUed JeWiah Appear* Mtional kickoff
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    MIAMI. FLORIDA
    Friday, February 10, 1956
    Section B
    Lively rehearsals of "Bar Kochba" show the
    lead players busy with scripts. In front are
    director Sam Hirsch, concert basso Vernon
    Kingsley and actor Bob Lyons. Standing in
    rear (left to right) are composer-conductor
    Ben Yomen, star soprano Gloria Aliani, fea-
    tured tenor Stan Porter, who plays the role
    of the Jewish hero Bar Kochba, television's
    Ruth Sutherlin and WTVJ's Vagabond, Alan
    Keys, also starred. Piano accompanist \%
    Margaret Yomen. The "Bar Kochba" pro-
    duction by Ben Yomen and the Miami
    Beach Community Singers will be staged
    Feb. 26 at Miami Beach auditorium and Feb.
    29 at Dade County auditorium.
    Left to right are Mrs. William Plunkett,
    secretary of Dade County chapter, Florida
    Federation of Blind; Mrs. Frank Smulson.
    president of Coral Gables chapter. B'nai
    B'rith Women; and Mrs. Harry Salzman.
    president of Dade chapter, Florida Federa-
    tion. They are planning the local organiza-
    tion's drive for $35,000, opening here Feb.
    17. Proceeds will be used to begin construc-
    tion of bulding which will ultimately house
    offices and recreational facilities for blind
    here.
    Dade's Blind Need Facilities B'nai B'rith Ladies Offer Help
    Did you know that there are an estimated 2,000
    persons in Dade county who are blind? And that of
    this number over 80 are children, ranging in age
    from pre-sehool to high school?
    But an even more astonishing fact is that these
    sightless persons do not have their own headquar-
    ters here. True, there's a Dade county chapter of
    the Florida Federation of the Blind.
    It is also true that this chapter endeavors to serve
    Dade's blind primarily through programs including
    social and recreational activity, health and voca-
    tional guidance and braille instruction.
    But the Dade county chapter has no building, no
    recreation center, no offices to carry out its duties.
    Well, the local chapter in conjunction with ten
    B'nai B'rith Women's groups has decided to do
    Continued on Pag* 5 B
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    Whatever its Origin, Chtlent Makes
    An Excellent Sabbath-Haliday Dish :
    favorite*
    Fridc
    Beth Jacob Ladies Plan Purlmi
    By LEAH LEONARD
    sht. I

    We have had several requests n)av (x, .1
    for a recipe for the lime-honored ,.rr. .. > *
    Sabbath and Holidaj dish called !nred or
    Cholenl In some families this dish .,,,
    ailed Sfaalet, others call it I
    One theory is that the word Cho-
    lent mav have originated in
    France, from the word chaud
    (meaning hot. Another theory 1-
    that the word Cholent is a corrup
    tion of the German word- Shule
    Ende >end of synagogue servi
    specially on Sabbatb). Regardless
    ol the origin of the name. Cholent
    loubt invented to meet the
    need for a hot meal on Sabbath
    and or Holiday when p
    not permitted. Cholent i> delec-
    Easyto-Make Puff Pastry
    2 cup- sifted all-purpose flour
    _. teaspoon cream of tartar
    1 cup butter or VCfetl
    margarine
    cup ice water led -
    tab!-
    M aml
    thirds.
    winch
    !\ rollm mi' that Ihere
    og and rolim- ** ,.-th*r
    ,li i. fer *lnt a.toWtiw-
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    -hort.
    with wax paper. Wei **
    4 different kind- of toppings foi
    ,he little pastries 3 table-noon-
    ,u-r-- sugar n
    M omft juiee mtxea
    to a thick paste *m rmi tor
    0f the round-
    \ bit of candied orange peel on
    top of a little of the orange flavor
    All proceeds ,
    thr Hebrew ,h()(ll J
    Biaterhood ol Be* Jecoi CoftfM
    n vul hold a Purim Ball on
    Wednesday, Feb. 29. at the WM
    man Crown hdteL
    lrvmg Peitrack and his band win
    urovide musical cntei tuinniei
    High..ht ^ r!^S!L^iriL?Hen Rajna*
    are ear
    Kat..,n. which present*1
    rollment of 90 chit
    On the
    iiTangeoiai
    entertainment, axe the .',!.,dam.
    . of the rverun* will bejman. H
    tl^n>wnajpbl Queen Rsthen
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    Sifl together flour and cream of od mixture made an attractive ton
    half inch bits. Use two knive- for of cherry each, the tWrd
    quick work Now dump the short Uon WU made of th sugar
    Sning b,t.- into the sifted flour moistened with sherry.andl for top
    table in any language and rema with a fork ping we u-ed chopped nutt. n
    traditional fare. that al! blt. ,ro well coated with fourth group was topped MUMP
    recipe you'll find fjour Add the ice water, reserving
    the two tablespoonfuls to be used
    Here
    ;a-!e-temping:
    Cholent 'Basic Retipa) Mix only till the
    2 :;ced or diced tgh will hold er Into a
    - rather rtkkj ball Use the re-en
    .. or oil e dried lima in bol wi-
    lt on a well tl
    8 to 10 med and turning till
    it c be I andled easily '
    bail ol
    into 1 rec
    th k
    .. keeping corners aa
    ble Dust with
    flour it the shortening sticks out
    I
    our R ill out sain to
    inch thickness u you havi
    board lar sh, 01 hotter still,
    2
    S pepi
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    oven or anj other hi
    ith a tight
    pn
    es, meat cut into serv-
    11 tinted sugar mixed with a
    little (tome de mentho and oV
    ated with green maraschino cherry
    .mi these should be ]
    in readiness till the pastries are
    iked and cooled.
    cut out pastrii alter rolling oul
    lion ol the chilled
    rj and bake In preht
    oven al 450 tor 211 minutes Brush
    with diluted egg yolk [or 1 glaze
    and return to oven for 2 minul
    Let cool before decorating
    above Do the rolling and CUtl
    out in a cool room for beat n suits
    Hotter still, have someone help
    the cutting out and it will not
    he more than an hour for the
    whole process You'll base about
    tin daintj pastries
    tag 1 luck into
    tables. Mix flour and seasor 1
    and sprinkle Add boi
    adjust cover on
    v and cook over low heat from
    4 hour-. Lift cover an add
    water tl 1 nt Stick-
    1 ]">t on an
    er a low flame ol
    stove or electric heat and let
    cook -lowly overnight and till
    '.me.
    The Chok nt maj be placed m a
    ette for the -low
    period. Or, it maj be left
    in .; ei 250
    the leading
    N0N-FATTENING
    sweetener
    Purim Supper Will Honor Mrs. Katz
    Sisterhood ol Beth Tfilah w II per She will be assisted by Mrs
    bold a Purun -upper on Sunday Bessie Jacobson, Mrs. Hi I
    evenioi Peb 19 '.liukmarr.-!*>*.- Gftel Kleiner and
    The affair will honor past presi Vr~ LUUen Ackerman.
    dent Mr-. Rachel Kat^ who held
    the office for eight consecutive
    years.
    "During her term of office. Si-
    terhood contributed generouslj to
    the various Lmpi
    merit- and also helped marn m
    families with real od," Mrs.
    berman current president,
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    febniory 10. 1956
    *Jm1ftinerkOr7
    feminine fair: \^Jn the Community Groups
    Extend Greetings
    At Luncheon Here
    Mrs. Abraham Finestone, chair-
    man of committee on arrangements
    for a testimonial luncheon honor-
    ing Mrs. Louis J. Ullian on Febru-
    ary 14. at the Ritz Plaza hotel,
    Wednesday announced that a num-
    ber of representatives of local
    i Jewish organizations will extend
    greetings to Mrs. Ullian at the
    noon affair.
    Abraham Finestone, president of
    Page 3B
    Kneseth Israel Congragtion, will al-
    so extend greetings in behalf of
    the congregation.
    Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual
    leader, will deliver the main ad-
    dress. Cantor Abraham Seif will
    render special vocal selections.
    Sonia Weiss, popular folk singer,
    will also appear. Joseph Schreib-
    nian will accompany both the can-
    tor and Mrs. Weiss on the piano.
    Other members of the commit-
    tee on arrangements are the Mes-
    dames Isidore Ruppert, Henry Mor-
    ns. Wolf Sirot. Eva Leopold, I. B.
    Eisenstein, Tobbie Jaffe, Mrs. Lena
    Popkin, Mrs. Irving Selinger, Mrs.
    Pearl Gratz, Harry Weiss and Max
    Lippman.
    Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan and Mrs.
    Finestone are co-chairmen of the
    program committee.
    Sholom Choral Group will honor Jew-
    Music Month Feb. 15. Top row (left to
    Bit) are Ida Roler, Manya Silver. Roslyn
    uxberg, Hy Fried, Lillian Newmark, Bea-
    Frohman. Ethel Harris, Irene Green.
    Dnd from top are Camlle Baum. Jennie
    tier, Rita Epstein, Dorothy Kovnat, Roee
    IceL Sadye Ash, Dorothy Watten. Tessie
    Katzin. Third from top are Doris Rackoff,
    Bella Fishman, Sylvia Pass, Esther Rubin,
    Rae Murray, Ida Rosenthal, Anne Marks,
    Gerrude Joseph. Bottom row are Sally Ver-
    nick. Rose Kelemer, Sylvia Kaplan, Cantor
    Samuel Kelemer, Dubbie Pine, Juliet Lewis,
    Bea Mersel and Shan Silverman.
    Sholom Ladies Mark Music Month
    Loner of Jewish Music Month,
    Sisterhood choral Group of
    |e Beth Sholom will present
    is Torah." a cantata by Ju-
    Eisenstein, with new musical
    ements. at a joint open meet-
    I leader of the congregation, and
    I will be delivered by Mrs. Irving B.
    I Kaplan, president of Sisterhood,
    'and Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president of
    the PTA.
    Sam Hirsch, drama coach, is in
    Sisterhood and PTA on Wed-' charge of the special dramatic por-
    afternoon, Feb. 15, in the tions. Sydney J. Greenberg, educa-
    tional director of Beth Sholom, is
    technical consultant, and Mrs. Mar-
    vin Lewis, a member of the reli-
    gious school staff, is handling
    script coaching. Organist Hy Fried
    will serve as accompanist.
    Participant* in the- Choral group
    are Ida Roller, Manya Silver, Ros-
    lyn Ginzberg, Lillian Newmark,
    Beatrice Frohman. Ethel Harris,
    Irene Green, Camille Baum, Jennie
    Miller, Rita Epstein. Dorothy Kov-
    nat, Rose Frankel, Sadye Ash, Dor-
    othy Watten, Tessie Katzin, Doris
    Rackoff, Bela Fishman. Sylvia Pass,
    Esther Rubin, Rae Murray.
    Ida Rosenthal, Anne Marks, Ger-
    trude Joseph, Sally Vernick, Rose
    presentation, under the di-
    of Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
    as a special prologue and
    tie which have been written
    bbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
    )i Auxiliary in Beach
    on Feb. 13
    tin Miami Auxiliary of the
    can Medical (enter at Den-
    sponsonnt! it-, annual Tag
    Miami Beai-h Monday, Feb.
    pman Mr- Rose Levy Wed-
    | stressed the need for volun-
    help on thi>. day. "Funds
    [will be used to send tuber-
    pi cancer patients from this
    the hospital in Denver,"
    |d.
    cannot stress too strongly
    Ni for all ouh members and
    Hendi to come out and help
    pake it a successful tag day
    forthy can-.'
    5hef Emess Ladies
    fear Spiritual Leader
    Itood l hesed Shel Emess
    *t Monday afternoon, Feb.
    the home of Mrs. Anna
    1643 S\V 7th st.
    i Jonah (apian, spiritual
    Kneseth Israel Congre-
    fll address the member-
    fair.
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    Women Top in Area
    Philanthropy to be
    Among Tea Leaders
    A distinguished group <>f women
    prominent in the work of local
    philanthropies and community
    services was Wednesday named to
    serve with the "Heart Team" com-
    mittee of the Combined Jewish Ap-
    peal sponsors tea.
    Mrs. Moe Feingold, assisted by
    Mrs. Meyer A Ha-kin. will head
    the MiamLCoral Gables fund rais-
    ing function to be held at the home
    of Mrs. Mitehel P. Miller Tuesday
    afternoon, Feb. 14, al 4311 Gra-
    nada Wvd., Coral Gables.
    According to Mrs. Samuel Simon-
    hoff, Women- Division chairman.
    "the 'Heart.' 'Hope' and 'Life'
    team- are the organizing bodies tor
    Women's Division activities and
    istitute the leadership ol the
    i*s major organizations and wel-
    groups."
    ng as members ol the Mi
    ami-Coral Cable- "Heart Team '
    committee will be the Mesdames
    Ackerman. Paul Barnett,
    rman, Abe I assetl Morris
    hen. Geoi horn, Da> id G
    man. Louis l n, Harrj G i
    don. Charles Gottlieb. Georgi \
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    mer, Bernard M Keller, Jaj
    Kislak. A..rim Ki 1 ebov.
    ley I.eicourt.
    iel P. Miller, B Moskin Stan-
    . Joseph Narol i
    Rubin.
    The Mesdames
    Rosamond Scher, Mey< r S< hwartz
    S< rkin, William D Sin
    Smith. Bernard A Ster
    II Sum-
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    A unique si ,l"'
    en annivi Mrs
    Free will form par! oi the i
    ular late Fr
    the North shore Jewish Center.
    Highlighting the service will be
    the offering oi Bn original Hebrew
    prayer written bj Mr Free
    lift, Mr-. Free, h
    m- their anniversarj Another
    new expt rience will be the reading
    lertions ol Psalm 26 in Yiddish
    by Mrs Free, who has long been
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    Mr. and Mi-
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    Mr Free is
    chairman ol Histadruth Ivrith, the
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    Blind Need Facilities- B'nai B'rith Ladies Offer Help
    Page 5 B
    Continued from Pnoo ^
    ,hnut it The White Cane Fund Drive,
    linV headquarters at Box 86. Miami, will
    *ai for some $35,000 on Friday. Feb. 17.
    Hav Miami Bench will carry out a Tag
    .h,T Dade county chapter. One week later,
    Kiiarm will f,,llow suit Aml on Mar
    be a county wide door-to-door drive to
    his minimum goal.
    UfthN is only a starter." explained Mrs.
    kman president of the local chapter of the
    brierotiim oi the Blind. '"But we must
    Where and the $35,000 will at- least get
    Lav toward the construction of a building
    I fusing our offices, recreation centers
    [necessarj facilities."
    L', BSSis| the B'nai Brith women are
    Wll. executive director of the chapter;
    treasurer; Mrs. William I'luukeu.
    and Mrs. Edwin Knudson, Loy Sumner
    ,m gcrimgeour, hoard members.
    LnkSmul-ori. president of the Coral Gables
    B'nai B'rith Women, who will head up
    \i campaign, explained that "our South
    ^s groups are merely giving leadership
    jorthulnU cause. B*nai B*rith recognizes
    [need for the I>ade county chapter of the
    federation ol the Blind to have their own
    [for the purpose of serving this area's
    ersons.
    Other organizations dedicated to persons | ,ffer-
    ing from handicaps and illness have their own local
    headquarters. And our blind-who are doing a
    splendid job by instilling in themselves and others
    the recognition that the loss of sight does not neces-
    sarily mean the loss of active participation in our
    communitymust also have this advantage We
    mean to help them get it."
    Heading up the Miami Beach campaign will be
    Mrs Lawrence Weston. of North Shore chapter
    B'nai B'nth Women. Other chairmen include Mrs'
    Flora Supworth, West Miami area; Mrs Sol
    Schwartz. Southwest; Mrs. Jack Kirschbaum of
    Flamingo chapter, co-chairman with Mrs. Evelyn
    Harvey for the Hialeah area; and Mrs. Ben Moreen-
    stern. Coral Gate.
    Non.B'nai Brith women in Greater Miami pitch-
    ing in to help the campaign attain its goal are Mrs.
    Olga Berger, (oral Gable*; Mrs. Mortimer Fried,
    Key Biscayne; Mrs. Lucia Hartog, Keystone Point:
    Mis Albert Winewica, South Miami; and Mrs. Doris
    Clark, Northwest.
    "We have been facing the problems of the blind
    for a long time," Mrs. Salzman said. "In many
    instances we have helped ourselves and others over-
    come them. We feel that we can give real encourage-
    ment to other sightless Dade countians because we
    have already made some progress in this area of
    work. But we need the community's help. And
    the B'nai B'rith ladies of this area are giving us a
    heap of that help."
    Dade Ladies Eye Purim Carnival
    k> are un lerway at North
    fish Center, 13630 West
    I., for the celebration of
    (Sunday. Feb. 26.
    u the Sunday school will
    i I) where they will
    ImoMe. "Queen EaUaer."
    |be followed bj .< I'urim
    with prizes to be
    br the 1"--: costumes re
    he nolida]
    ent.- will be m rved b)
    Bcif-ii i'i.\ CeetivtJ
    rim carnival and barbe-
    held from 3 p.m. to 8
    e will be
    by room
    for Louise Wise
    ter in Israel
    I galore will be found at
    fcy rummage sale spon-
    pe Miami chapter of the
    lewish I i. ress all day
    |b. 10. and all day Sat-
    11. at Shells Super
    ii n\v 7th ave.
    Ileidenrich is ehair-
    I for the
    fce of the Louise Water*
    I Youth Center in Israel,
    mothers. Mrs. Maurice Neu, bar-
    becue chairman, and her commit-
    tee are planning a tempting array
    of barbecued foods plus side dish-
    es.
    Mrs. Arnold Stern is chairman
    of the carnival with Mrs. Irving
    Cohen as co-chairman. Assistant
    carnival and barbecue workers will
    be Mrs. Oscar Braveman. Mrs. Mil-
    ton Beresh, Mrs. Charles Cole, Mrs.
    Fred Bhra, Mrs. Jack August, Mrs.
    Harold Shopmaker, Mrs. Murray
    Summers. Mrs. Robert Napp.
    Mrs. Charles Weissman, Mrs.
    Jerry Kramer, Mrs. Jack Powell,
    Mrs. Frank Weldon, Mrs. Harold
    Book, Mrs. Monroe Schiffman, Mrs.
    Ewald Ziffer, Mrs. Joel Gottehrer,
    Mrs. Albert Danovsky, Mrs. Max
    Click, Mrs. Ralph Robbins, Mrs.
    Toby Messinger, Mrs. Murray Ap-
    felbaum and Mrs. Harry Friedman.
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    Kabbi I. N. tier, Director
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    w
    NOOM
    t Dining in the
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    '"y supervised
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    larold Pont and Irvin I-onion
    ANNOUNCE THE FORMATION OF
    GORDON and PONT
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    and proudly announce the formal opening of their new
    kitchen and catering headquarter*
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    OF KOSHER FOODS TO FIT YOUR EVERY NEED
    UNDER THE STRICTEST SOPEBVISION Of THE ttNTBAl MIAMI
    KASHRUTH COMMISSION
    The Central Miami Kaahruth Commieaion wiahe* to atate Publicly thetl
    it endorse* only the catering eatabll.hment known a* PONT andi
    GORDON and in no way thi* to be conatrued a* an endor*ment otj
    any other plant operated by theae men.
    CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
    OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS
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    tf A DMIST 4T TOO! OWN PARTTI
    Hillel House Will Hove
    Weekend of Festivities
    To celebrate the first anniver-
    sary of the dedication of the new
    Hillel House on the University of
    Miami campus, a big weekend of
    festivities is planned beginning
    Friday evening, Feb. 10, and end-
    ins Saturday evening
    A special "Bar Mitzvah" service
    Friday evening at 6:15 will pay
    tribute to the 13th year of the
    University of Miami Hillel Founda-
    tion on campus. Dr. Donald D.
    Michelson, director, will conduct
    the service, with students partici-
    pating. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
    low.
    Saturday evening there will be
    a birthday party, honoring the first
    year of the new Hillel House.
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    I-^j^Wyttt
    Q I & I of Society \$Um/He* J*96*t7
    MRS. MOBTOW ttSTUHG
    MtS. MAKVIN MHf
    MRS. Will Htm*
    Havana Honeymoon
    For the Lentins
    -.] Shaffer and Noil R
    Lentin exchanged wedding vows
    evening in Temple Beth
    lorn in H I Rabbi Sam-
    - ;. n officiated.
    The bride, daughter of Mr and
    Mrs Julius Harris, Hollywood, was
    Lcvinc. Erstling
    Wed, Graduate
    From Miami L'niv.
    s
    . ble

    couple was married at 7
    Sunday in < '
    in marnace by her grand-
    Alfred ., BjUotin, Dunkirk.
    eption m
    the
    i
    duated from I'm-
    \-
    rmer Sheila
    I
    N Y
    she wore a waltz-length di
    with a lace bodici and latin skirt
    An e < p held her
    fingertip veil and she carried white
    orchids on a Bible
    Mr- Arnold B Gardner, Bister
    Mr and (l{ tnr hnde. was matron of honor.
    Levine. 7510 S\V 16th Sne wore ri)ve pink crystalette and
    ter The bridegroom is the son of carned happiness roses,
    Anr... Erstling 1524 SW 3rd Bride-maid- were Barbara Lan-
    ,dau and Cynthia Sudakow. wearing
    blue gown- and carrying pink

    Si
    en in rrarriase by her par-
    the bri gown <>f
    mile over satin, the
    ending in a cathedral train.
    \ pearl tiara held her
    fil gertip French illu-ion veil, and
    carried bids and car.
    r : on a white Bible, with
    I eroses
    Howard Sacks, the I
    from Brooklyn, N Y .
    on of hi '
    Michele Claire Levine,
    bride's nine-year-old sister,
    junior maid of honor.
    The bridegroom is the -on of Mr.
    and Mrs. Hillman Lentin. 3710
    ( ha-i > Miami Beach. His beat
    man was 'pi- Arnold B. Gardiner.
    Laurel. Md.
    Ushers were Leonard Garter,
    Herman Schlussel, Hilard Silver
    and Dennis Lentin.
    Mr and Mr- Lentin will live at
    23H) Coral Way alter a h meymoon
    ,h(' is Havana.
    was ___________
    Howard W Dixon was best man Miss Sobl'l WCCIS^
    for hi- brother-in-law, and ushers ^Jp, Slillllc'Y Si(.'1*1 111"'
    Suzanne Sotel became the bride
    Neal Levine, brother of the
    bride. Daniel Miller. Reuben S i
    kin. Herbert Rand, Bertram Moss
    and Don Klatzkin.
    The couple will lie at home at
    2121 S\v 14th ter. after Feb, 13
    Sunda) ol Stanley owen Sterling
    12:30 p m ceremony in the
    Rone) Plaza hotel. Rabbi Yaakov
    Rosenberg officiated.
    The bride i- the daughter of Mr.
    and Mr- Leo I Sotel, 2170 SW
    19th st Mr. Sterling's parent- are
    Mr. and Mr-. B. A. Sterling, 2:177
    Mindell, Boris
    Went to Bermuda
    Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boris took SW 25ln **
    a wedding trip to Bermuda follow-! The bride wore a gown of pure
    ing their marriage la-t month in silk satin with -quare necklim- ap-
    V aldorf-Astona hotel. New York, pliqued with Swiaa embroidered
    i Harry Halpern officiated at medallions. A full skirt ended in
    the ceremony which was followed a chapel-length train, and a pearl
    bj ; dinner dance. I coronet held a three-tiered French
    The bride is the former Judith illusion veil.
    E. Mindell. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Alan Sohcl. alster-uvltW of
    Mrs. Morn- L. Mindell. Brooklyn,' the bride, and Judy Sterling. th<-
    N.Y. The bridegroom's parents are bridegroom's -i-ter. were honor at-

    Enjoving Miami sunshine at the Algiers hotel it uu..
    executive producer of "Two for the Money" and other TV
    notably "I've mer French citizen, who has hit the television jackpot durJMiS
    decade in this country. Conferences with Beach publicist W
    are in the offing. .
    Mr*. Lillian H. Graham, of the Prince Michael, honored w
    Marilyn Toby Helman, Sunday evening at a cocktail party
    bride-elect and the daughter of Treasure Islands Hrbwt H,
    in course on hand was beaming fiance Irving Schcrr. .. gj,
    Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schorr, 785 Lenox. .
    Manv Montrealers were among guests, and included Mr
    B. Braurwtein, Mr. and Mrs. S. Schraeger and Mrs, Evtlyn
    From Miami Beach were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dguh-he's
    lensmanMr. and Mr* Irving Harsay and Mr. and Mr*. ot
    Marilyn and Irv plan a Feb. 28 wedding at the Saxony...
    HNANCI W00N AT fOMTAINlBUM NfW ARRIVAL Nflf
    Mothers Club of Deta Phi Epsilon sorority will hold i gam^
    at the Algiers on Saturday afternoon. Chairman of theT^
    ceeda of which go to the group's building fund, is Mrt.MtdwiBi
    . President is Mrs. Albert Dubbin. Mr. and Mrs. Cynns.*,
    of Merion, Pa., are at the Fontainebleau for a months stay hnt.I
    is president of the board of Mutual Insurance Co. and Equiubltf;
    and Discount Co. An expert in the consumer credit field, r
    vice president of the Pennsylvania Industrial Bankers Asso
    Mrs. Mollie Goldberg, president of the Detroit Social club,(
    tained this week at a brunch for members in her Alton ri ba
    Assisting were the Mesdames Harry Crass, Max Woldfogtl, Lm|
    smith, Philip Varnick and William Korash. .
    Medical Notes: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Society hasela.
    staffer Dr. A. R. Hollander president. Dr. and Mrs. Philip |
    are parents again. Their son arrived this week on Dr. Phiral
    UM JWIM AW TWIN iltTHDAy CAKES
    Assistant principal Dick Laar, of the Lear School, was I
    swimming and supper party Sunday for faculty Ga_
    included some of Dick's fellow students in graduate courses i
    r of M. Dual birthday celebration honoring Mrs. Philip wd
    and Mrs. Morris Lapidus took place last week at the Weinsteafi]
    tian Way home. .
    Identical cakes were "marched in" by Ruth and Chariia,
    at the head of a procession of surprise guests, include Evahjai
    Oppanhaimar, Mildred and Harold Simon. Elsia and Charksl
    Sylvia Nattlar, Ada and Charles Herron, Eather Spitlbtrgar, a,
    Frieda Fleishar, Grace Scheyor and Ann Klein. .. Also on to
    ally were husbands Morris Lapidus and Philip Wainsttln.
    A rabbi descended from a long line of famed scholars hasi
    here. He is Rabbi Israel Rabinowicx, former Grand Rabbi of T
    Rumania, and is residing at 845 Meridian. A seventh IBM
    scendent of Baal Shem Tov. Rabbi Rabinowicx is the author of
    number of treatises on Talmudic interpretations He was:
    for the formation of a number of Yeshivoth in pre-Hitler
    Before World War II. his students were said to have exceeded]
    Rabbi Rabinowki is spiritual leader of Ohel Israel Congregation
    York. .
    VIS/TOIIS ENTERTAINED IOF'17 FOR MARCH
    Mrs. Murray Lazarus surprised her husband with a pat
    j night in honor of his 50th birthday. Site was their swjwai
    ... Some 27 people attended, mainly staff member- of """"^
    and development companies, of which he is president herej-
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weiss, of Bay Harbor Island-. "
    her sister. Mrs, Anna R. Hewitt, of Duquesne. Pa "
    Wilbur Wishner are hosts to their aunt and uncle, the *'
    of Long Island. N.Y., at Sea Gull hotel during their yearly vminj
    Beach. Sam's a Nassau county. L.I., official. .
    The S. M Platts honored Miss Truda Coooar at a but mi
    Saturday evening in their Bay dr. home. Truda* nance
    -on, Wiiliam, of the Beach police force. .
    G01D COAST THEATRICAL AGENCY
    Fro. B~ *i*"*_te ^;;Vn pujgpj
    MUSK o ENTERTAINMENT
    Jerry Grunt Sam Morris
    RONEY PLAZA HOTEL
    JEl
    Mr. and Mr-. Nathan Boris, 1721
    NW 48th it, Miami,
    View, N.Y.
    The bride wore a gown of white
    tendants. Bridesmaids were Judy
    and High Myers. Sandra Miller and Mr-.
    I Richard Pallot.
    Robert Sterling was his brother's
    satin brocade. Her fingertip veil,hest man> an wai held by a seed pearl crown. ia" *** *?". ?* SOf*
    . Mark Rubin and Richard Pallot.
    and she carried a Bible with mark- Thc sterlings will be at home at
    er <;f white orchids '306I SW 2nd st.
    %.
    urdines,. .
    Suaj^u. -to***, the home of
    SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
    rf. U.S. pat. off.
    MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. UUDftOALE WEST PALM BEACH
    MtS. NEIL GAffFIELD
    Cocktail Gown for
    Miss Evelyn Cohen
    Evelyn L. Cohen became the
    bride of Neil II. C.arfield Saturday
    at 8 p.m. in Lincoln Manor. Miami
    Beach Rabbi Leo Helm officiated
    The bride was liven in marriage
    by her parent-. Mr and Mrs Mitch-
    ell Cohen, 271 West 41-t -t Hia-
    leah. She wore a white lace eock-
    tail-length sown with a matching
    jacket \ crown of oearla held her
    Illusion veil and she carried two
    white orchid- on a white BiUe
    Birdie Cohen, New York City.
    Wia maid of honor for her niece.
    She carried rosea anl carnation-
    with her powder blue (lroai
    Mr. (larfield's best man was his
    uncle, Harry C.arfield. New York
    The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Jack Garfield, the Bronx,
    The reception was held immedi.
    ately after the ceremony in Lincoln
    Manor.
    After a honeymoon tour of the
    west coast of Florida, the couple
    will live at 3530 NW 17th ave
    Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for
    Social Functions
    WEDDING
    BANQUETS
    WEDDING
    ANNIVERSARIES
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    M5. STPHAM FRKOtl
    HtS. DONALD TtNiNBAUM
    *S. HmtST WEINSTIIN
    Double Ring Rites
    For Miss Karesh
    In a 2 p.m. double nn candle-
    light ceremony on Sunday, Jan. 29.
    at the Algiers hotel, Miss Marcia
    Karesh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
    Harry Karesh. 2910 SW 23rd st.j
    formerly of Charleston, S.C., be-
    came the bride of Stephan Paul |
    Fregger, son of Mrs. Edythe Freg- j
    ger. 752 86th st., Miami Beach.
    Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of the Is-
    raelite Center, officiated.
    Decor of the wedding was pink
    and white. Best man was Byron
    Cirlin. Ushers were David Blaun-
    er and Joel Karesh.
    Bridesmaids were Sandra Le-
    vine, Mignon Benson and Anna
    Jackson, all dressed in aqua hal-
    erina length gowns. Maid of honor
    was Priscilla Fregger, sister of the
    groom, dressed in a pink ballerina-
    length gown.
    The bride selected a ballerina-
    length nylon tulle gown trimmed
    with hand-clipped chant illy lace.
    Her four-tired French illusion veil
    was attached to a cap of matching
    lace.
    Mrs. Sadie Needle, bride's ma-
    ternal grandmother, Mrs. Anne
    Karesh, bride's paternal grand-
    mother, and Mrs. Anna Mink,
    groom's maternal grandmother all
    attended the wedding.
    MKS. MAJtVIN ZAUS
    Judith Bakst Bas
    Mitzvah Saturday
    Miss Policy Weds
    Marvin Zalis Here
    Miss Zelda Polley became Mrs.
    Marvin Zalis in 1:30 p.m. cere-
    monies Sunday, Feb. 5, at the Troc-
    adero restaurant. Rabbi Shmary-
    ahu Swirsky, of Beth El Congrega-
    tion, officiated.
    The bride is the daughter- of Mr.
    and Mrs. Manuel M. Polley. 6227
    SW 19th st. The groom's parents
    are Mr. and Mrs. Joel Zalis, 1668
    SW 14th ter.
    Unique feature of the ceremony
    was that the ring of the bride's
    grandmother was used.
    Maid of honor was sister of the
    bride Marilyn Polley. The bride's
    cousin, Valerie Golden, acted as
    bridesmaid.
    Best man for his brother was
    Edward Zalis. Ushers included Al-
    an Polley, Richard Polley, Stanley
    Zalis and Charles Zalis.
    Newlywed Mrs. Zalis attended FIcteheP, Gold 11111 n
    schools in Norwalk and graduated ,,. WVtlHinf/
    from Bridgeport University at 'd'1 .IUI1C \> (.(lCllllh
    Bridgeport, Conn. She is employed | Rachelle Leah Fletcher and
    in the unit buying control depart- Stanley Lewis Goldman are plan-
    ment of Sears Roebuck in Coral "'"8 a J"ne wedding in New York
    HISS KOCHULt FLfTCNM
    Judith K. Bakst. daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. Isidor Bakst, will become
    Bas Mitzvah at Sabbath morning
    services of Beth David Congrega-
    The bride is a graduate of Miami t,on.... .... ,,, ,
    Judith is an eighth grade student
    at Shenandoah Junior High School.
    Senior High School and attended
    the University of Florida in Gaines-
    ville. The groom is a graduate of
    Miami Beach High School and at-
    tended the University of Florida
    School of Engineering. Alpha Ep-
    silon Pi is his fraternity.
    Reception and dinner followed
    at the Algiers hotel, after which
    the couple left for their honey-
    moon and a tour through Florida.
    They will return to Gainesville
    where Mr. Fregger will receive his
    degree in June.
    Gables.
    The groom graduated from Mi-
    ami Senior High School and at-
    tended the University of Miami.
    His AB degree is
    University in New York. He is in
    business with his father here.
    A reception followed the cere-
    mony at the Trocadero. After a
    She is a member of the school or-(two-week honeymoon through Flor-
    chestra and is at present serving jida, the couple will be at home at
    as assistant concert master. Judith 2020 SW 66th ave., Miami,
    has attended Beth David religious
    school for the past five years.
    Mrs. Bakst has been active in
    the PTA of Beth David for several
    years and is now serving as presi-
    dent.
    Mr. Bakst is a member of the
    Beth David board of education and j Levy, her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
    a member of the executive board
    1
    Tenenbaums Will
    Live on West Coast
    Newly married Mr. and Mrs.
    Donald Alan Tenenbaum will trav-
    el across the country on their wed-
    ding trip.
    They will make their temporary
    home in Berkeley, Cal., where the
    bridegroom will attend the Univer-
    sity of California to complete his
    course in criminology.
    The bride is the former Mildred
    Shirley Long, daughter of Harry
    Long, Washington, D.C., and the
    late Mrs. Long. Mr. Tenenbaum is
    the son of Mrs. Alma Tenenbaum,
    of Miami Beach, and the late Leslie
    Tenenbaum.
    The wedding ceremony was per-
    formed before members of the
    family in Naples, Fla., on Jan. 22.
    Mrs. Stanley Szymanski, the
    bride's aunt from Delaware, was
    matron of honor. Nathan Joffee,
    of Miami Beach, maternal grand-
    father of the bridegroom, served
    as best man.
    Barbara Levy's Gift
    Is Trip to Europe
    City and a honeymoon in Europe.
    The couple became engaged on
    the bride-elect's birthday in No-
    vember. The daughter of Mrs. Es-
    from*Yeshiva!te,le FU^ner. 1947 Park ave.. Mi-
    1' ami Beach, and the late Abraham
    M. Fletcher, she graduated from
    Miami Beach High School and at-
    tended University of Miami. Her
    present home is in New York.
    Mr. Goldman is the son of Mrs.
    Rose Goldman. New York, and the
    late Isidore Goldman. He gradu-
    ated from New York University
    where he served as chancellor o
    Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
    Mr. Lieber's Fiancee
    As a graduation gift to Barbara'Of KeW Gardens
    of the Miami District, Zionist Or-
    ganization of'America.
    The Baksts will be the hosts at
    the Oneg Shabbat which follows
    late Friday night services, the Kid-
    dush on Sabbath morning and the
    Talis ft Tefilin club breakfast on
    Sunday morning.
    Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz,
    Levy, of 516 Catalonia ave.. CoralI 0f Kew Garden Hills. Long Island,
    Gables, are giving her a trip to'N.Y., are announcing the engage-
    Europe this summer. Barbara merit of their daughter, Ina, to
    graduated with high honors from! Gerald Lieber.
    the University of Miami on Feb-1 Mr. Lieber is the son of Mr. and
    ruary 6 with a Bachelor of Educa- Mrs. Morris Lieber. 2235 SW 16th,
    tion degree. I ter., and makes his home in Wash-
    She has just been elected to Phi jngton, D.C. He graduated from
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    Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weinstein
    are making their home in New
    York City following their marriage
    last month in Lincoln Manor, Mi-
    ami Beach.
    The bride is the former Stella
    Katz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
    Louis Katz. 550 NE 158th st., North
    Miami Beach.
    The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Moe Weinstein, New
    York.
    Attending the couple were Mrs.
    Elaine Meyers, cousin of the bride,
    and Leonard Weinstein, the bride-
    groom's brother.
    The former Miss Katz wore a
    cocktail-length goWn of white taf-
    feta, lace and tulle. A seed pearl
    tiara held an illusion veil, and she
    carried orchids and lilies-of-the-
    valley on a Bible.
    They spent their honeymoon in
    Miami Beach.
    Brotherhood Theme
    Of Ladies' Meeting
    "Can There be True Brotherhood
    With Segregation" will be the
    theme of the next meeting of Beth
    David Sisterhood on Wednesday af-
    ternoon, Feb. 15, in the auditorium
    of Beth David Synagogue.
    Rev. Edward P. Graham, nation-
    ally known negro minister of Mt.
    Zion Baptist Church, will be main
    speaker. Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosen-
    berg, spiritual leader, will discuss
    Purim and its relationship to
    brotherhood and segregation
    Question and answer period will
    follow. Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz will
    deliver the invocation, and Mrs.
    Nathan Spiegelman will arrange a
    Purim exhibit.
    Kappa Phi honorary scholastic so-
    ciety.
    During her three and a half
    years at the University, she was a
    member of Delta Phi Epsilon so-
    cial sorority and served as treasur-
    er and vice president. Hillel rep-
    jresentative and Panhellenic Coun-
    cil representative. She has also
    been a member of Alpha Lambda
    Delta freshman women's honorary,
    Future Teachers of America and
    the Association for Childhood Edu-
    cation.
    Barbara was elected secretary
    for Kappa Delta Pi, an education
    honorary organization, and has
    been on the Dean's list every se-
    mester.
    Miss Levy is now teaching fifth
    grade at Westview Elementary
    School. She has also been a mem-
    ber of the faculty of the Coral
    Gables Jewish Center religious
    school, where she served as a Sun-
    day School teacher for many years
    and a Hebrew school teacher for
    the past three years.
    Barbara has been asked to rep-
    resent the School of Education of
    the University of Miami at a con-
    vention of Southeastern educators
    in Knoxville, Tenn.
    the University of Miami.
    Miss Schwartz attended New
    York State Community College in
    Brooklyn.
    The wedding will be in May.
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    Roger Schaff er Bar Mitzvah
    r., Mr. and Mrs. Sam- i.>r High Sch k] and ia a member
    M. Schafl r'ol the band.
    n Sal Feb n ;.i Among relatives attending will
    Kabhi be I dmotln r, Mrs
    stein, Mr and Mrs
    -..iii.'. in and Mrs Mai
    the Pepper, Mr. and Mrs H Slepian,
    Miki I Mi N Tu
    Mr- M s. haffer
    Out-of-Towners
    To Honor Katx
    Martin Lew. son of Bw.tndMrj.
    Jacob I) Katz. 1321 M***-JJ
    am. Beach, will become Bar Mi*
    vah Saturdaj morning. FtP. al
    the Hebrew Academj Kabbi Alex-
    ancler S. Grot* will official*
    ihc Bar Mitzvah will conduct
    Musai servici.....kJ read the com-
    plete Sabbath portion from tin
    Scroll.
    tin, an eighth
    the leader oi the Cub
    I pack at tl kcadem) His
    father is a member ol the I
    of education a director ol Kneseth
    truatea
    'i Tfilah i ongregation
    He was in
    li m lionticello P
    Ih Miami Beach Mrs. KM
    a director ol the Hebn \* ad<
    u men and an officer in the PT \
    she i- corresponding sei retarj ol
    the Women's Branch ol Ihe I i
    ol Orthodox Jewish Congregations
    lit \;m-r i
    (mi ol town guests will be Dr.
    and Mr- Samuel Katz, Mr Harry
    Fromer and Mr. and Mrs Jack
    Messinger ol ili' Bronx N V Dr
    Mi Rol i man, Clifton,
    N J Mr and Mrs Fred w
    /"^.jebruqryi^.
    Brooklyn. NY; Mr. and Mrs. Jules torney General of New Yn,
    and Mr. and Mrs. fcnja*'
    Charfow. South Fallsburg. N.Y.;
    Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kahaner. At
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    ing Saturday morning services,
    Feb. 11. of Monticello Park Con-
    gregation. Rabbi Isaac Lerer
    will officiate.
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    *Jcnisltkt ///-/?
    Page 9H
    ombined Appeal Is Determined To Have Fast Effort
    lorkers in 40 Business, Pro Groups
    On Double to Finish Job by March
    Iweral thoustiad volunteers /pp.
    BtinK nearly 40 mi-lnMs an*
    Crional group* are
    L.h in behalf of the Combined
    I. h appeal, said J,,hn N- Scr
    Business and Professions in
    on chairman, reporting to his
    L council earlj this week.
    Lrbin told the Council at an
    |v bird" breakfast Wednesday
    King thai practically all Trades
    Lions are now in action as part
    I)u, newl! announced campaign
    to "finish the job by Mar. 15."
    ^porting to Serbin on campaign
    . last week were Council
    libers M KopelowiU, Leo
    kernun, lr" Chaildn, Aaron
    fcner. Aaron Kravita and Carl
    ikind.
    \ chairman of the Retail
    fchant- Division, said more
    nteer workers in his
    ft have accepted assignment*
    [ retail establishments
    oughout the county. Highlight
    IA Names
    10 Attorneys
    Beach attorney-- have
    In appointed to important posts
    |ho Combined Jewish Appeal.
    krrj Zukernick, 3134 Sheridan
    head the Miami Beach at-
    bcys division, and E. Albert
    lot will be chairman of the
    m lav up.
    k"ir>t meeting of the attorneys
    held at the home of Mr. and
    | ter ( Kovner, 6001 North
    r p-rn->- i their participa-
    in Ihi smpaigB.
    bkernick i- a member of Fed-
    lion's board ol governors and
    pled the lawyers group last
    He b p.^t president
    | e, a president ol
    Beach B'nai B'rith lodge, and
    i led the Greater kite-
    Jewish Community (enter.
    ktii Branch
    r Ideal in the
    \ rea for nearly 25
    with numerous
    lie welfare and fraternal
    He is past Exalted Ruler
    Aiami Elk- Pallet is also
    konal chairman of the Ameri-
    i-ni and Civic Affairs Commit-
    lof B'nai B'rith Federation.
    le a- in-' president of the
    |nu Beach Taxpayers Associa-
    and also headed Hibiscus
    fee ol (he Masonic Order at Mia-
    iBcach.
    <>f the action in this division is the
    I UlVt'PunuiU dinner and -how nfcht
    'to be herd at WdMview counjry
    Club Wednesday evening, Feb.
    115, where Tony Martin will be
    guest of honor. Some 500 persons
    are expected to attend.
    Workers in the Drug Division
    met Wednesday evening at the
    home of co-chairman Sam Gold-
    man, aided by co-chairmen Jerome
    Stern and Jack Jablo.
    Members of the Food.Division's
    meeting at the home of Sam Ba-
    danes this week was attended by
    the following key workers: Co-
    chairman Emanuel Smith, Morris
    Harris, Morris Green, Harold Lev-
    inson, Harry Alexander, Joe Nur-
    ienberg, Leonard Harris, William
    Kline, Benjamin Harris and Jo-
    seph Cotton.
    Insurance Division reported in-
    creases at its first report meeting
    this week, according to chairman
    Leo Ackerman. Volunteers assist-
    ing Ackcrman are Al Ussipv Mur-
    ray M. Sheldon, Harry Diamond,
    I Bernard H. Pallant, Sam Scitlm
    and Edward Leitner.
    Projected dates for other im-
    portant trades functions include a
    cocktail party at the home of Mr.
    and Mrs Charles Whitebrook on
    Sunday, Feb. 19, for the Advertis-
    ing, Publicity and Printing Divi-
    sion; a brunch of the Liquor Divi-
    sion on Sunday, Feb. 26, at the
    Algiers hotel; and a luncheon of
    the Restaurant Division at Embers
    restaurant on Feb. 28.
    Otto Fenias teenter) congratulates winning
    foursome at CJA-Westview pro-am golf
    tournament held at Westview Country Club
    recently. At far left is Nathan Traub. Next
    are pro Emilio Miartus. Fenias, William D.
    Singer and Seymour Rubin.
    Combined Appeal Slates Bi-M enfh?y Meets to Tighten Drive
    lartment Group
    Flying Opening
    (tniel M Broad, chairman of,
    IJA Apartment House Divi-
    ' has announced the annual
    rtnieni Hou brunch held at
    hotel .hi Sunday morn-
    t Jan 2"
    \ : "1" "'I need plans for
    f landlords and
    r lore than 2.000 apart-
    [""""-. in Miami Beech Mem-
    ", n committee who
    "hrect the big program this
    include
    Mrry Altaian, Mrs Sidney Alt-
    ^Benjamin Appel, .h-annctte C.
    r. }'u'h Berg, Mrs. Harry
    P*ft. William Copelen, Rose
    [ Joseph Duntov, Riki EII-
    1 kind, Jacob Feldbaum,
    .^ankel Morris Gold. Esther
    hi-k Lll,lan Goodman. Morris
    P ">. Adolph Krischer. A.
    Har vV;'" Mtlek- Mr and
    narrj M.|M,n Aaron Ncwman
    f' J**"*. Miriam Pros, bl
    vts, "arry b r*^
    L "' Julius Ro
    LJZZ """'"owitz. [rviog
    22". Sgmund Schemer, Ed
    CTu U,s S,mo. Charles
    Cy"1 Su*en, A. Swartz,
    WSr SamUe' Vgel and
    Eisenstein to Head
    Real Estate Group;
    Canter Co-Chairman
    Leo Eisenstein, a founder of
    Federation and a prominent real-
    tor and civic leader, has been
    named chairman of the Combined
    Jewish Appeal Real Estate Divi-
    sion hi, Miami Beach.
    Named co-chairman was J. A.
    Cantor, realtor here.
    They were appointed recently by
    John Serbin. chairman of the Busi-
    ness and* Professional Division,
    which raises a major portion of
    the CJA goal each year.
    Eisenstein helped to organize
    the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
    tion in 1938 and was a member
    of the budget committee for three
    years. He is presently serving with
    he executive committee and the
    board of governors.
    Eisenstein visited Israel three
    years ago. He has been the owner
    of several hotels, was engaged in
    the*construction business and was
    one of the organizers of the pres-
    ent Miami Beach Hotel association.
    Since 1924, he has been a board
    member of the Leo N. Levi Me-
    morial hospital of Hot Springs,
    Ark a B'nai B'rith institution. He
    joined with others in Miami to
    form Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith
    in 1935 and was cited by the or-
    ganization for his outstanding
    services in his home city of St.
    Louis, Mo., and in Miami.
    Eisenstein has served as an of-
    ficer of numerous health, welfare
    and religious organizations in this
    area and belongs to the Miami
    Beach Elks, Zionists, the Civic
    League and Temple Emanu-El.
    Recently, Ei>enstein was respon-
    sible for initiating the Courtesy
    Awards program through which
    employees on Miami Beach receive
    United States Savings Bonds for
    outstanding acts of courtesy in the
    performance of their duties
    To tighten up action on all cam-
    paign fronts and insure a shorter.
    swifter drive, Combined Jewish
    Appeal chairman Sam J. Heiman
    Wednesday announced a series of
    bi-monthly campaign cabinet meet-
    ings.
    The luncheon affairs will be held
    alternately in Miami and Miami \
    Beach to guarantee full turnout of
    top level campaign leaders. First,
    meeting was held Wednesday at
    the McAllister hotel and shaped
    plans for the remaining five week-
    of the drive.
    Second meeting of the cabinet
    will be Wednesday, Feb. 22, at
    the Algiers hotel.
    Meanwhile, the drive is moving
    forward in all divisions. In an ef-
    fort to clean up all pledges made t
    t special fund raising functions,
    Jacob Sher, chairman of the UJA
    emergency lund, has announced
    that nearly one-half of the $375,000
    quota has been attained to date.
    Hotel Division, headed by cnair-
    man David Levinson, is following |
    up on the division dinner recently
    held in the home of Mr. and Mrs
    Morris Lansburgh. Nearly 100 ho-;
    tels have already been covered.
    A final cleanup has also been
    launched by Jack earner, chairman j
    of the Winter Residents Division.
    This unit has achieved its quota in
    the past twp years and earner
    reports increases of 40 percent
    over last year's giving.
    Dr. S. Charles Werblow (left) and Mrs. Werblow are hosts to
    some 30 physicians at their home in behalf of the Combined
    Jewish Appeal. Responding to vivid talks on the curre;-.'
    jsrael crisis by Dr. A. R. Hollender (center) and Rabbi M-x
    Schenk (right), the doctors made increased gifts of more than
    20 percent over last year's giving.
    Tom Martin, Wife Cyd Charisse Due At Westview Fete
    W ____________ I i**vtr'u-.it'i"/:i vtfaCPfl hv ( ll
    CIA-campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman (center) congratulates
    Leo Eisenstein (left) and Jack A, Cantor, co-chairmen of Real
    Estate Division, which tripled its gifts this year for a new
    record in the Business and Professional Division.
    Jewish Schools Eye CJA Fund Campaign
    rector of the Bureau of Jewish
    Combined Jewish Appeal cam
    p.ugn in Jewish schools throughout
    Dade county will be conducted
    Feb. 12 through Mar. 11. according
    to an announcement this week by
    Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
    slocation.
    On Sunday. Feb 12. at 10 a.m..
    delegates of all .lewi-h leheob oi
    Greater Miami will meet tor their
    first briefing session at the Bureau-
    building Each school will be enti-
    tled to representation .of two dele-
    gates from each class, fifth grade
    and up.
    A report meeting has been
    scheduled for Sunday. Mar. 11. at
    the Bureau when delegates will dis
    cuss the CJA drive in their indi-
    vidual schools and set quotas for
    the entire Jewish school campaign.
    I E\trav:igan/a staged hy Coir'.in-
    I ed Jewish Appeal was annouiv
    ! Wednesday hy Aaron Kra\ itz,
    I chairman of the Retail Merchants
    1 Di\ ision.
    A dinner and show night tea-
    ituring Hollywood stars will he held
    Wednesday evening. Feb. 15, at
    Westview Country Club.
    Tony Martin, celebrated star of
    night clubs and movies, and his
    glamorous wife, Cyd Charisse wil
    headline the colorful program
    Some 1.500 retail merchant of
    Pdde county are expected to crowd
    the ballroom of Westview to par-
    ticipate: in the unusual affair.
    \ listing Krai Its will be William
    i Weintrauh and a committee con-
    sisting of Leo Ackerman, Herbert
    i Blate. Archie Brick. Henry Buli in,
    I Leo A. Chaikin. Sheldon Edwards,
    IJ. L. Cabin. M. William Gladstone.
    Theodore J Goldstein, Dr. Morris
    Goodman. Aaron M. Kanner. Harry
    L> Katz, M. J. Kopclowitz, Ju1
    Kurlander. Kenneth Last. Alfred
    Lev.
    Bernard Liberman, Samuel Lip-
    ton. Sam l.uhin. Samuel Mul
    Jacob Ralvnowitz. Irving Saal. Abe
    Seltzer. John N. Serbin, Al Sher-
    man, Charles Spiegel. Margaret
    Newman Steam. Carl Suss!
    George Wolpert and Oscar Zc\li0%




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    S^ceTTTG^aler MiamTsJouse^OfJW
    CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
    TER will hold Friday evening serv-
    ices at 8:15. Theme of Rabbi Mor-
    ris Skop's sermon is: "Jewish Mu-
    sicians and Their Music." Cantor
    Irving Robinson will render the
    musical portions of the liturgy,
    assisted by the choir under the
    direction of Robert Strassburg.
    Portions of the "Avodath Hako-
    desh." by Ernest Bloch, will be
    heard in "honor of the 75th birthday
    of Bloch and National Jewish Mu-
    sic Month. Alvin Blake. SOD of
    Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blake, will
    become Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
    day morning services at !>:45.
    *
    BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
    TION will hold Friday evening
    services at 5:45. Saturday morning
    services are at 830. Rabbi Arie
    ker will officiate and discuss:
    "Pursue Justice With Justice."
    Class in Talmud precedes the serv-
    ice at 8 a.m. Class in Bible will be
    at 5 p.m.. followed bj Mincba and
    Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
    seph Swartz will be hosts.
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
    Friday evening services at .r> and
    8:30 p.m. Kabbi Irvine Lehrman
    will preach on the topic: Abra-
    ham Lincoln--Tribute on the Oc-
    casion "f His Birthday." Cantor
    Philip Brummer render- the musi-
    cal portions of the liturg) S.itur
    day morning services will ho at 0
    Sermon will be based on the Week
    ly Portion. Dailj services are in
    the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. i
    GREATER M.AM. SYNAOO
    ABOVE L.NCOLN ROAD
    ACUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW ,HtTlTUTt-f C*** >.. OrtkM.
    BE; ,SR*rL CONGREOATlON-4000 Pr-.r.. .v.. Or,bo,o,. Ra*l H.
    .____ > 75th at. Conaarvatlva. Rabbi
    Liberal. Rabbl L*on Kronlab.
    Cona*rvatlva. Rabbi Irving
    t O A O
    CONGREGATION-""l 111 Washington ave. Orthodox.
    Mam:. .M.nn. IMC.
    l i, lid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jo-
    BETH JACOB
    TFILAH CONGREGATION-^..
    h i:
    HEBREW ACADEMY 111 -
    BETH
    ^ffivsaa co^R E^A-N
    lox. Rabhl
    II ava.
    Al-xarnl.r
    onhodox.
    droaa.
    Rabbi
    ,,\ r.
    :. an Jintalam.
    R A L Q A
    KABBI MORRIS SKOP
    . "Jewish Muiicians"
    HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
    Fridaj i mimic- al 5:30.
    Saturday morning services are at
    !. Martin, son -i Ri i and Mr--
    Jacob Katz, will become Bar Mitz-
    vah. Rabbi \ r i in'-- will
    discuss the Weekly Portion of the
    Law Mincha i- at 5 p m followed
    by Shalos Seudos. Dailj services
    are at 7 30 a m and 5:30 p.m.. with
    Sunday morning services at 8.
    B L e a
    1'akTino ave.
    v.
    Liberal. Rabbi
    Conservative. Rabbi B.
    I
    ve.
    TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday
    evening services at 530 and 8:30.
    Rabbi Alfred Waxman will di-cu-s
    the Weekly Portion. Mr. and Mr-
    Snlnev Charnin will In- hu-t- at
    BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
    hold Friday evening services at
    8:15. with Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
    ofiiciating. Rabbi Bernard Man-
    delbaum. dean of student> at the
    Jewish Theological Seminary ot
    America will be guest >peaker and
    discuss: "Spiritual Statesmanship:
    A Program for Moral Standards."
    Oneg Shabbat follows Saturday-
    morning sen ices are at 9 Judith,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lsidor
    Bakst. and Koger. son ol Mr. and
    Mr<. Samuel Schaffner. will In-
    come Bas and Bar Mitzvah. Kid-
    dush follows,
    *
    TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will
    hold Friday evening services at
    8:15. Rabbi Jo-eph N'arot will dis-
    cuss: Rabbi. Teach Me to I'i ..

    KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
    TlON will hold Friday evening
    -ervices at 5:15 and 8:30. Rabb
    Jonah Caplan will discuss: "Wha'
    i- Love1' Cantor Abraham Seit
    renders the musical portions of
    the liturgy. Saturday morning
    services are at 8:30. Rabbi Caplan
    will preach on the Weekly Portion
    Mincha i- at 5:30 p.m., followed b)
    Shalos Seudos.
    CANDLEUGHTING TIME
    Shevat 28 5:47 pan.
    OneR Shabbat in honor of their
    daughter, Harriet, who becomes
    Bas Mitzvah Saturday morning
    services are at 9. Sabbath school
    begins at 9.30. Mincha will be at
    5 p.m.

    BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
    TION will hold Friday evening.
    -ervices at 5:45. Oneg Shabbat is
    at 8:30. Saturday morning service-
    will he at 9. with Rabbi H. Louis
    I Rottman preaching on the topic:
    I "Diet for Living." Class in Bible
    is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will lie at
    5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalo- Seu-
    dos, Daily .-er\ ice- are at 7:30 a.m.
    land 6 p.m.
    *
    BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
    will hold Friday evening services
    30. Late servicea are si 8:15,
    .with Rabbi Tibor stem officii
    and discussing: "United Jewish
    Appeal." Saturday morning
    ices are at 8 30. Cantor Maurice
    Mamches will render the musical
    portion- of the liturgy Class in
    Bible i- at 4 90 Dailj services will
    . Rabbla Abraham
    TORAH TEMPI(
    C 0
    CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER
    ZAWORA JEWISH CENTER H
    Lron Hura Its.
    DOWNTOWN MIAM
    BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION 1 NW Srd
    A I
    HOLL YWOOD and FT
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD-1TU MoUOa ., Hollywood.
    Rabbi Samuel U
    TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD !S*_FoU| at
    I .- -
    TCMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDE RDA LE -I M'l South Andrew. av.
    TEMK, La! '""- "","1 *tartU ,(-"",n-______
    IALEAH- MIAMI 8PRINO8
    CENTERM Eaat th ave. Con-
    Orthodox. Rabbl
    LAUDERDALE
    Hollywood.
    Hellbraun.
    ("nnaerva-
    H
    HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH
    rli Rai ">-!'
    NORTHEAST
    tpmplE ISRAEL 111 NK l?th at. Reform. Rabbl Joneph Narot. Rabbl
    E ,, I Kaplan Rabbl Bmsrltus. Cantor Jacob Bornafln.
    TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSlOE CENTER fiimi North Miami ave.
    T> CMWrratlv' lUbbl Abraham H.raon. Cantor Albert Ulanu.
    NORTHWEST
    BETH EMETH CONOMOATIONIBM N\V lTlh ave.
    FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-50 KW Blrt pi.
    Cons, rvat Rsbbl Lao Helm.
    NORTH MIAM
    NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER13630 West Dixie hwy.
    Rabbl ll'ii.N OkoUca, Cantor Mauric-e Neu.
    NORTH MIAMI BEACH.
    MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION lotth at. and NE
    Conservative. Kabbl Iwiac I.eier.
    E T
    Conservative.
    11th ave.
    S O U T H W
    ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION 1841 Coral a.iv.
    BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE >." SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbl
    TaakoV BliIIBH Cantor William W. Llpson.
    BETH EL CONGREOATION &00 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbl
    BbBaryahu T. Iwlrakjr. Cantor I ISRAELITE CENTER3198 SW 24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
    Malavaky Cantor Kunmtl Salkow.
    MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONOREOATION-U0I SW 12th **.
    Orthodox. Rabbl Simon April. Cantor Uerele Kale mar.
    WEST MIAMI
    TEMPLE ZION ''.: SW 17th .-t Conservative. Rabbl Alfred Waxman.
    Rabbi Leo Helm ^^
    'services at 8:30
    ors
    eim wil] d.
    ft-on as
    i Scouts of AmericaPThJ0 *
    mU; .etive Scout'nSS
    Jscuss: "Obliwtio, ,}
    Toward Bow.- M "J*
    W will be" honor's.,
    Clein and Jerrv R^JJ1
    the Aleph Award sT
    ing services are at 9
    Mr. and Mr- Albert ^
    become Bar Mzvah *~
    5q30 Mt, followed b/Sjj
    ZAMORA JEWISH CEKtJ
    hold Friday .wrung Sjf
    cated to Boy Scouts of|
    Rabbi Leon Hunrid win
    and discuss with Wil
    of the South Florida c.
    Boy Scout., the theme-
    and Countrv Saturdi/
    services will mark Hebret
    my Sabbath. PartinpatiM,
    Sandy Rein hard, Judy
    Joel David.>w and Jewia)
    Sermon i- baaed
    "Shekolim" Rev.
    renders the musical
    liturgy.
    on
    Rajah
    portsBl
    NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
    TER will hold Pridaj evening -. rv-
    ices at R 13 Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
    witz will officiate and discuss: "To
    God and Countrv Cantor Edward
    Klein render.- the musical portions
    of the liturgy, assisted bj the choir ;,n<1 8 m an(l 5 3u pm
    under the direction of Eli Samui
    Saturday morning services arc at
    8:45. Robert, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
    Carl Katz. will become liar Mitz-
    vah. Sermon is based on the Week-
    ly Portion of the Law.
    BETH EL CONGREGATION will
    hold Fridaj evening services at
    5:30. Saturday morning ser
    ' 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu S
    sky will preach on the topi< But
    Their Spirit March.- .. Sermon
    GATION will hold Friday evening
    services at 8:15. Rabbi Isaac Lexer
    will preach on: "A Spiritual Will."
    Mr and Mrs. Hyman Eckstein will
    be hosts at Oneg Shabbat in honor
    of their son, Gerald Matthew, who
    becomes Bar Mitzvah during Sat-
    urday morning services at 9. Min-
    cha will be at 4:45 p.m.
    e
    TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
    SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
    evening services at 8:30. with Rab-
    in Abraham Herson officiating and
    discus-ing: "BrotherhoodWhere
    ClB You Find It'" Cantor Albert
    (ilantz and the choir render the
    musical portions of the liturgy.
    Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday
    morning aervkei will be aro, with
    Rabbi Iltr-on preaching on the
    topic: "Divine Laws and Human
    Errors." Kiddush follows.
    . .
    MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
    CONGREGATION will hold Friday
    , .v.nin services at 5:30. Late
    CONrocra Mrvk!1 are at 8:15 "bert Ber-
    NGREGA- ger, of the Bureau of Jewish F,du-
    1 'ng cation, will discuss: "The Crisis in
    a > Saturday morn- the Middle East
    we at 8 30 Rabbi Jo
    TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
    will hold Friday evening services
    at 8:30. Rabbi David Shapiro will
    preach on the topic: "The Eternal
    Message of Israel's Prophets." Mr.
    and Mrs Mot Ron will be host at
    the Oneg Shabbat following, in
    honor of their son. Clifford, who
    becomes Bar Mit/vah during Sat-
    urday morning services at Can-
    tor Yehudah Heilbraun render- the
    musical portions of the liturgj
    Daily morning services are at 8
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
    hold Friday evening services at
    8:18 Rabbi Leon Kroniah will
    preach on the topic: "Scripturt,
    Supreme Court. Si n Ition and
    the south." Saturday morning
    service- arc at 10:48 Martin, son
    Mrs. ir.ne B Minsker, 6961
    Carlyle ave. will become Bar Mib
    vah Cantor Samuel Kelemer ren-
    ders the musical portion, ol the
    liturgy.
    BETH TFILAH
    tion will hold Frids
    ANSHE EMES C0NGM
    will hold Friday evening,
    at 5:30. Saturday morniau
    are at 9. Mincha will beat
    followed by Shalos Seudos]
    services are at 8 a.m.

    HIALEAH MIAMI
    JEWISH CENTER w.ll hrj
    evening services at tttl
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    and Mrs. A. Furrnan wiDI
    at Oneg Shabbat fo!lowmg.1
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    s in tribute to Abraham Lh^oln'a "* ***>**9 wiU pr^aciTon Hie ierVlCM are at 8:3-
    birthday Feb. 12. Cantor Louis
    Gartenhaua will render the musical
    portions of the liturgy. Junior con-
    grecation service- are V,.-h,va
    Hall at loam daw in Banhedrin
    will be at 4 p.m.
    g 0 15 pm. followed bj Shalos w,|| J-Tl
    Seudo, and Maanv Daih -erv.ee-
    NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
    TER WiU hold Friday evening serv-
    lees at 8:15. with Rabbi HenrvOkol-
    iea officiating and diaeuaeing li,.
    tone Data on Abraham Lincoln '
    Cantor Maurice Neu renders the
    Saturday morn-
    Rabbi Si-
    preach on the
    Portion. Cantor Berele
    nders the musical por-
    I'turgy. Daily services
    30 am and 5:30 p.m.

    ;" M I in and S 4.") p m
    * *
    AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
    'nst.tute win ho,d rSSrSl
    n,n-. .me..-.,, (1 Saturday morn-
    ing serv,,,- are at 9 Rabbi Isaac
    Ever will discuss -Justice an"
    ( lemencv Ki.ldu-h follow. I I,
    aUtod by the Center choir under J 5:M ^- NI.JlL"
    the direction of Luc.lle Moore. Mr ^"^ Mr and Mr-. ,,"',''
    and Mrs. Nathan Kane will be ho-,, Cohen will be honor,,,
    __:.ne_8 Snab^at ln honor of their P-'rmanent departure
    anniversary. Scout Troop 340 and Da,lv *Wvleea are at 8
    tub pack 340 wi particjpate jn 6 p.m.. Wllh Sun(| .
    "" their
    ':" Israel
    a.m. and
    KABBI MAYtR ABRAMOWITZ
    . "Gad and Country"
    Lh?uSe7'Ce as part of Scout Sab^ ices at
    bath observance. Irving Jacobson
    [is Scoutmaster.
    Sunday morning M>rv
    ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
    Friday evening services ai 5:30.
    Late services are at 8:15. with Rab-
    bi Morton Malavsky officiating and
    preaching n the topic: 'Hope and
    Despair Mr and Mrs F.manuel
    "" will be hosts at Oneg
    M>abbat in honor of their son.
    ' o hostess is Mrs. Judith
    jjraun in honor of her son. Marvin.
    Both become Bar Mitzvah during
    Saturday morning services at 8:30.
    Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m.,
    >wed by Shalos Seudos.
    fol-
    FLAGLER. GRANADA JEWISH
    MONT.CELLO PARK CONGRE- 'fST"" CBN *"' ^
    ""UKir-.rriday evenino ,--..i
    All Hebrew aa{ &lJ*J
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    February 10. 1956^
    -JewistiFhrldian
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    lUruMK' eMdeniol he
    Jh iwws. sponsor* Of. {the
    t years contest, the 10th an-
    ,,/scheduled for Mar. 25 at
    do, Miami Beach hotel.
    lesidenl ol Dade county for
    , 20 years, Glaswr is vice
    ,,nt of ih' Beach Jaycecs, a
    ncr treasurer of that organiza-
    ,ecretarv f the Greater Mi-
    Ta Epsiion Phi Alumni Asso-
    in and a number of the Amer-
    Logion ;iikI Veterans of I-or-
    i Wars
    Hacr has served on numerous
    imunity Hind raising projects.
    ding Community Chest and
    ietv Children's Hospital. Just a
    weeks ago. he headed a com-
    lec In raise funds for the 1956
    ipic team via a telethon.
    (ell Will Seek
    >n. Gautier's Seat
    rE(< s Okell, Sr., of the Flor-
    in,,,.,. : li, presentatives, Wed-
    lav announced that he will be
    jiiiidan i r election to the Flor-
    ite from Dade county.
    (\Vith the retirement of Sen. R.
    pautier and considering the irri-
    tant problems facing the state
    llhe future legislatively speak-
    the people <>f Dade county
    ft be represented in the senate
    d-. much experience and
    ledge ;i- i- available,*' Okell
    V I i i ici hi untried, inex-
    [ i m ii in this important
    Etiun would be unthinkable and
    \ -i .: _..niblo."*
    IftA ol ^"1 thai he is offering
    pftiacjl mi In- record in five
    n'nl three -peeial v.^-i.iris
    plrr *lei>Uture and the follow-
    . platform
    paMtion tn any further broad-
    ftOBMT GlASSCt
    SQUARE DEAL SERVICE
    FRIOIDAIRE SALES 4 SERVICE
    Specializing in repairs all makes
    refrigerators electric ranges and
    automatic washers.
    Special Rates for Owners
    200 N.W. 22nd Avi. NEwl.n 4-7681
    LEARN TO DANCE
    WHY envy others when you can be the
    envy of then? 20 private dance les-
    sons MS, taught by attractive experi-
    enced instractars. FR 4 8548.
    ORIENTAL POOL FISH
    Stock Your Fountains and Garden
    Pools with Magnificent
    CHINESE and JAPANESE GOLD FISH
    EXOTtC AQUARIUM
    122 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables
    Phone HI 8-2693
    Ruth Nay *
    *Madol Ceramics
    New Ownership
    CERAMIC SUPHHS
    INSTRUCTIONS 0AM.Y
    h. Ml503
    8965 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
    HYPNOTISM TAUGHT
    (W.)
    Psycho Therapv and Neurotic Problems
    Evenings 6 to 7
    Phone MO 6 2108

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    GEORGE 0KEU
    I feel that
    the operation of
    I w taxes need be
    mion ct the consti
    I
    lax Commit
    gtinued support of the school
    ption program.
    MUnued support of a statewide
    safety program.
    Keq"'' wee to the aged.
    F1 wd the dependent children
    FPPort (if ., unified traffic plan
    PW city, county and Mate, with
    :"< -u.iys and four
    ' -'(le county and its
    Agoin Appointed
    ""^'o Alum Interviewer
    iim u Hl"n L?r" utive director
    " Miami JewitJi .,-
    ' ha.s been appointed
    .n| 1nl"''.i-v.er for the New
    hnhTr "' Sodal Work of
    ^nc< l>- Johnson, dean of the
    Jy*rted W,,|,srtnv that
    terSiw a *ra'te of the
    Ml lw rc Went,al Florida rtudents
    ETHEL N. TAKCE
    * Literory Agent Pablic Stena Notary Translator
    420 UNCOIN RD. JE 8 8600
    IlKOIIK j Tax
    lii'luret*
    LICENSED -1317 N. Miami Ave. $2 up FR 4-3045
    FORMER REVENUE AGENTS
    LICENSED TO PREPARE TAX RETURNS,
    Bookkeeping Service, reasonable rates.
    Opposite Court House, 61 W. Flakier
    St., Roam 2. Ph. 9 8913.
    BOOKKEEPING
    SERVICE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
    Includma. Tax Filing, from $10 Monthly
    Phone 89-4315
    BABY SITTER
    HEALTH PQdmCARD
    Own Transportation
    Ph. MU 8-6047
    ADDING MACHINES
    Sale or Rant Wholesale Prices
    All Mates and Models
    Also Repairs
    Ph. 82-7331
    Complete Cnavas Awning Srke
    New or repair work. Free esti-
    mates. Hotels my specialty. Ph.
    before 10 a.m.
    ifter S p.
    Gluck Ph. FR 3-9705
    BOOKKEEPING
    Complete Service
    TAX RETURNS, STATEMENTS
    Ph. MU 8-0332 or 89-4840
    INCOME TAX RETURNS
    EXPERUT PREPARED your home-year
    office or our office. Average fee for
    average return $5. 450 East 25th St.,
    Hialeah. Call TU 7-6961.
    ELECTROLYSIS SCHOOL
    Good income after short course. We
    also remove hair professionally per-
    manently. For appointment call
    89-4035.
    Happy Daze Dvy&sery
    and Kindergarten
    1939 S.W. 8th Sf. Phon: 9-2769
    40 Acres High Pine Land
    WEST PERRINE
    Cleared and Scarified
    $1,100 per Acre
    - TERMS -
    a
    CALL FOR APPOINTMENT:
    17-9015
    Keen-Love!! Real Estate
    16321 Federal Hwy., Perrine
    TAX RETURNS PREPARED My lUtky S!ar,e, Scho1
    Y EX-REVENUE AGENT Free estimates
    S2 up. Open 9-6 daily. Man., Wed., Frl.
    99. 5673 N.W. 7th Ave. Ph. 19 3055.
    Nursery, Kindergarten. 1st. 2nd.
    grade. Dancing, rhythms, arts, crafts :
    Full, part time. Transportation. 768,
    N.W. 3rd St., Ph 82-2421.
    768 N.W. 3rd St. Phone 82-2421
    RENT A CAR
    $15 per Week
    plus 5c per Mile
    Beet For Less
    BENS RENTALS
    1451 W. FLAOLER Ph. FR 3-0765
    Pickup Miami and Beach
    FURNITURE REFINISHING
    BEAUTIFUL MODERN FINISHES
    TROPICAL COLORS
    Dresser $10.00
    Chest of Drawers $10 00
    Bed $ 6.00
    Chair $ 3.95
    Total $29.95
    T0PS-0-MICA CORP.
    Phone MO 6-9572
    Byers Private School
    Ages 2 to 9 Open Year Round
    Ph. HI 8-7949
    BUY T 0 D AY I
    20 Acres on Lucille Drive,
    S.W. of Homestead
    $675 per Acre
    Ttrmt or Cash
    ROBERT E. SCHULTE, Broker
    ACREAGE SPECIALIST
    5706 BIRD RD. PH. MO 7-2*73
    TOM SPAGN0L0
    Fine Custom Jailor
    Formerly with Arthur Cohen
    Fifth Avenue, New York City
    1*54 IEN0X AVENUE
    Off Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-3423
    South Florida
    Real Estate Institute
    PREPARE FOR NEXT REAl ESTATE EXAM
    with former Commission Representa-
    tive and Miami Attorney formerly of
    U. of Fla. law Professor. Call 9-0607.
    Get Your Plans Drawn
    for Permit
    4810 S.W. 69th AVE.
    PHONE M0 6-4356
    ACREAGE $5 DOWN
    $1.25 WEEKLY
    FULL PRICE $187
    FOR A FULL 1',-ACRE in the
    area of two producing oil wells.
    40 minutes from Miami. Includes
    mineral and lumber right*
    Warrantee deed, insured title
    available This is among the
    last of Florida's virgin land and
    has tremendous potential specu-
    lative possibilities. Minimum
    sale ? acres. Free brochure.
    Everglades Oil Land Development
    901 Congress Bldg. FR 3-7305
    Lucie's Health Massage Studio
    MASSAGE COIONICS STEAM BATHS
    Resident Caffs Aff Appointments
    Day Time Only
    417 41st ST., MIAMI BEACH
    Phone JE 8-7760
    REAL ESTATE EXAMS Sr^/H/H/H/H/H/<
    KEOTA'S STEAM BATHS*
    Massage and Stoom Rooms
    Registered Hefp
    2331 N.W. 7th AVENUE
    Phono 82-4880
    Dolores Lee's Health Salon
    1427 N.W. 54th STREET
    PHONE 89-0090
    SALESMEN $10. Brokers $20. Simpli.
    fied homestudy course. Questions,
    answers, arithmetic. Why fail and
    wait 3 months for new exam !
    ARTHUR E. WISE, C.P.M.
    3620 S.W. 20th St.. Miami, Florida
    Established 1946 Ph. HI 6-2854
    In Hew Department Store Area
    2 Stores in Prominent
    Location
    2321-5 Biscayne Blvd. FR 3 000*
    Mid-Miami
    Beach
    NEW BEACH MARINE BLDG.*

    1900 PURDY AVENUE
    Zoned for lifht Industry |
    j Near Bay, 2 blocks N. of Venetian J
    Causeway. Elevator service pri- J
    i vote bathrooms, -extra heavy wir-1
    Air conditioning optional. |
    to soil. Ideal
    Jino.
    Ralph N. Roley
    CUSTOM BUILT HOMES on your lot.
    Reasonable. Assist with planning and
    financing. Free estimates.
    1094 N.W. 54th St. Phone 89-4704
    construction J
    wholesalers, service firms, i
    j Sixes
    trades,
    MODERATE RENTALS Phone W. J. {
    Hopwood,
    broker.
    JE 8 7621, or see your*
    H/H/H/H/2/H/2/2
    Annette Massage Salon
    Swedish Massage Steam Baths
    MEN A WOMEN TREATED
    Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sun. to 3 p.m.
    9720 N.W. 7th AVE. Ph. 89-9213
    Permanent Waving and Hair
    Tinting Our Specialty
    Basil Diaz BeautySalon
    Specialising in Silver Blondes
    5775 SW. 8th St. Ph. MO 7-1077
    8 MERRITT ISLAND ^
    M C A S H D E A L
    5 ACRES $500
    1680 SW 16th STREET
    Barth Bennitt Private School
    Kindergarten
    FULL DAY S30 Month
    2901 S.W. 7th St. Tel. HI 8 1407
    REAL ESTATE EXAMS
    /Money Bacfc if You fail to
    Pass 1st Examonly $15
    tASY Home Stv4y Course for Sahtmmn
    DELIA R. WATIER
    1233 N.I. 111th STREET
    Phone PI 8-6449
    1st. 1950-Never a Failure
    Rolto University of
    Hair Design
    Register Now
    SUITES 218-<> "EYBOLD BLDO.
    MIAMI. FLOP-IOA
    Telephone 82 0067
    z&
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    A^ ... f, at si'
    J. E. MAROUA
    PREPARED
    CORRECTLY
    BY
    FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT
    MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART Z'\*i
    ______________________Open 9 a.m. to 7 30 p.m.____________________


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    GLOBAL SHORTS
    flASHiS FROM THE NEAR EAST
    TUNIS (JTA)The Tunisian Government issued a warrant Ulii
    week for the arrest of Salah ben Youssef. leader of the extremist section
    vf the Neo-Destour Party and long feared by the Jews of this country
    Ken Youssef, believed to be an Egyptian agent in this country, Ml
    advocated stronger ties beween Tunisia and the other Arab count no-
    and was said, at one time, to be charged with working up an ant. Israel
    campaign in Tunisia. Strong-arm men under his command have terror
    ized Tunisian Jewa at various times in recent yean.
    NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
    PARIS (WNS)Pierre Poujade's Union for the Defend of Trades-
    men and Artisans was branded here this week by OtU.....U former
    followers as an anti-Semitic outfit whose propaganda methods arc akin
    to those of Hitler. This charge was made hy .lean .!. Kaufman, former
    chairman and founder of the Union's committee for the Lower Rhine
    Department in Alsace, in a letter to Pierre Poujade accusing him of
    having lied when he recently claimed having received benediction iron
    the Grand Rabbi of France. Kaufman pointed out that when he joined
    the movement he was motivated by idealistic and professional reasons
    but that after joining the union he noted that it had taken a definitely
    anti-Semitic" trend. He bolstered his charge of anti-Semitism bj re-
    ferring to a recent Bpeecb by Leon Duponl. notorious Fascist, a leader
    in the Poujadist movement.
    THE HAGUE (JTA)A new debate on the case of Anneke Beek
    manJewish war orphan whose whereabouts are -nil unknown follow
    ing her kidnapping in the face of a court order that she be returned
    by her Catholic protectors to the Jewish communitywill be held next
    month in the Dutch Senate.
    NUREMBERG (JTA)The "Supreme Restitution Court" set up
    under the -Pans Accords" thai restored Wt--i Germany's sovereigntj
    constituted itself last week as the tribunal of last resort in cases in-
    volving the return to the original Jewish owner of property sold or
    confiscated durum the Nazi era The court has jurisdiction over all
    ol West Germany and replaces the former autonomous top restitution
    tribunals for the I'nited States, the British and the French /ones.
    VIENNA i.ITAiThe Communist municipality of Warsaw has
    assigned giant earth-moving machinery to level the ground tor a soccer
    sports field at a -de where many Jewish martyrs of the Warsaw ghetto
    found their la-t resting place, it was reported here. The entrance to the
    I- at 4li Okopowa Si near the border between the Nazi ghetto and
    the "Aryan" part ot the Polish capital. During the German occupation.
    a pre-war sports arena located there was used by the SS for mass execu-
    tions and to dump the bodies of uncounted Jews killed elsewhere in the
    city, notably during the heroic ghetto uprising of 1943. Now the city
    administration has transferred the area to the Polish "Staat" sports
    which plans to restore the former soccer field, the visitors report.
    ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
    BUENOS AIRES iWNSiRatification by the Argentine Govern.
    ment of the IN Genocide Convention was Urged here last week on
    ionai President Pedro Aramburu bj representatives oi the v
    Jewish Cultural Institute. The Jewish delegation, consisting ol
    >e\on members, reported it had been received with utmost cofdialit)
    by President Aramburu.
    WASHINGTON JTA) Dr. Jonas i. Sulk, developer oi the anti
    o vaccine I a cold medal authorized by Congress in a cere
    mony held in the Department ot Health Welfare and Education build
    At the request ot President Eisenhower, Secretary Marion B, Pol-
    Bom presented the nieda! to Dr. Salk in the presence ot united guests
    i e -old medal was firs! suggested by the President last spring when
    J presented a personal citation to Dr Salk at the White House.
    SANTIAGO (JTA)Isidore Dimant. f<>r many \ear~ president ot
    the Central Committee of the Jewish Community of chile, died here
    weekend. He was 52 years old Long active in Jewish altairs. Mr
    Dimant was well known in World Jewish Congress and Zionist circles
    in New York and in Israel.
    NEW YORK (JTA) Former President Truman. Mrs. Eleanor
    Roosevelt and Walter Reuther. vice president of the American Federa-
    tion of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations, issued a joint plea
    last week for an immediate United State- treaty with Israel and any
    Arab state that wanted it. guaranteeing their borders against aggres-
    sion, and for immediate U.S. supply of defensive arms to Israel to offset
    Communist arms shipments to Egypt. The statement was issued bj
    Mrs. Roosevelt at her home here and carried her signature and that of
    Mr. Truman. Mr. Reuther approved the statement by telephone and
    signed it as soon as it reached him by mail.
    LATEST WIRES EROM ISRAEL
    JERUSALEM (JTA)United Nations Secretary' General Dag Ham
    Tnarskjold conferred for 90 minutes here with Premier David Ben
    Gurion and Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. Mr. Hammarskjold
    came alone to the meeting with Israel's top leaders, after calling on
    President Itzhak Ben Zvi and touring both New Jerusalem and the Old
    City of Jerusalem. Addressing a press conference later. Mr. Hammar
    skjold declared that at his meeting with Egyptian Premier Col. Carnal
    Abdel Nasser the Egyptian Premier had agreed to Mr. Hammarskjold's
    plan for abatement of tension in the demilitarized zone of the Nitzana
    El Auja area.
    JERUSALEM (JTA)Egyptian Premier Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser
    only accepted UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold's proposals
    dealing with the Nitzana-El Auja area, and not proposals concerning
    the Gaza strip. Premier David Ben Gurion told the Israel Parliament
    here. He added that Col. Nasser had added several conditions to his
    acceptance. Mr. Ben Gurion's remarks were in reply to a query by
    Mapai deputy Akiba Govrin whether daily Egyptian shooting across
    the Gaza strip frontier did not constitute a violation of Col. Nasser'i
    agreement with Mr. Hammarskjold.
    TEL AVIV (JTA)Impressive funeral services were held here last
    week for Dr. Ernest Theilhaber, physician and sportsman, who died in
    Israel at the age of 71. He was founder of the Maccabi sports organiza-
    tion in Germany 50 years ago and is the author of a number of books
    about German Jewry.
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    Women's Club of Miami Beach Workmen's
    Circle Branch 692 will hold its annual ban-
    quet Sunday evening. Feb. 12. at the Ly-
    ceum, 25 Washington ave. Club's main
    projects are the Y. L. Peretz School and as-
    sistance to Israel. Executive committee in-
    cludes (left to right, first row) Rebecca War-
    shavsky, Esther Bernstein. Bessie
    Yetta Kirstein. Ida Spivack, Paulina^
    Tillie Ratner and Jennie Coht Secoadi
    are Rose Feller, Anna Kaln.anson,
    Gold, Isidore Cohen, Katie Tischler,
    Spivack. Gussie Hochberg. Celia
    and Fanny Goldberg.
    NEW HOMESTEAD STORE
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