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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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fewii^ltUEIlDiriidliigun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Le30 Number 7
Miami. Florida, Friday, February 17, 1956
Price 20*
\AY BE A NEW CASE OF TOO MUCH NOTHING T00UU
fad's Danger Grows As State Department Delays Arms
JH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY SPONSOR
Winter Conference Ends
Sunday as Delegates Here
Discuss Statesmanship Theme
^ird annual mid-winter conference of the national planning com-
i of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, in cooperation
he United Synagogue and Rabbinical Assembly of America, ends
y with two meetings of the NPC scheduled at the Seville hotel.
Iplenan session is slated at 10 a.m., with a luncheon meeting at
[accordinii to Joseph N. Gorson, of Philadelphia, national NPC
WHG SISSIOH
iidor Cohen
>apers Given
[o Historians
chairman. Gorson will preside at
the meetings, highlight of the
week-long conference which open-
ed Monday in Miami Beach.
Joel W. Schenker, chairman of
the NPC committee on national
campaign and regions, will be mod-
erator at the plenary session with
the principal speakers Dr. Max
Arzt, vice chancellor of the Semi-
nary, and Dr. Harry Halpern, pres-
ident of the Rabbinical Assembly
of America.
The session will hear reports on
the Seminary's progress and future
JOSEPH GOISON
of the laruest and most suc-
conferences of historians
eld in this ana was conven-jPlans as the conclave, which has
nesdaj b) -the I niversity of attracted more than 1,000 Jewish
communal leaders from throughout
the United States and Canada and
Dulles Fails to React
To Ebon's Urgent Plea
As Arms Action Stalls
WASHINGTON (JTA)Pro-Israel circles here expressed serious
concern Wednesday over the fact that the State Department is stalling
on granting permission to Israel to acquire arms in this country imme-
diately in order to prevent a possible Egyptian surprise attack on the
Jewish State with bombers obtained from Soviet countries.
Disappointment was especially expressed over the fact that Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles apparently did not react to the urgent
personal appeal made to him on
Friday by Israel Ambassador Abba j *
Kban for swift action on Israel's
request for $50,000,000 worth of
American arms. It was predicted I
here that Mr. Dulles may not act!
for at least another six weeks.
BETTER SOLUTION
Continued on Pago 5 A
JOEL SCHEHKEK
Combined Jewish Appeal Eyes Million
the lli-toneal Association
tit hern Florida and the Amer-
L'vu-h History Center of the
Theological Seminary of
ra.
.mi8Bea'hCthehC!^eo!,g0.n1 BUSINESS-PRO GROUPS SEEK 70 BOOST DRIVE OVER MAGIC NUMBER
Bs participated in a confer-
Dn the writing of a Regional
in the Smith, with special
Is on Religious and Cultural
daylong session was high-
by the appearance of dia-
shed academicans including
librarian of Congress, Dr. L.
Mum ford, who presented a
on The Ultimate Sub-
pi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
of Temple Emanu-El and a
er of the Seminary's rabbin-
binet, presented a paper on
Jewish Community of Greater
p, 1896-1955."
comments were highlighted
he disclosure, for the first
[that the Isidor Cohen papers
of the most comprehensive
ions of early South Florida
y-have been given to the
fcan Jewish History Center
'" study of the Jewish com-
itinued on Paf* 8 A
Pro-Israel circles here feel that
delay by the United States in sell
i ing arms to Israel is not objective-
ly justified and that, if the State
Department were sincerely devot-
ed to preserving Israel, it would
prevent avoidable vulnerability of
the State to Egyptian jet plane
attack. The most urgent matter, in
] the view of Israel diplomats, is the
GOP Leaders
Modify Stand
On Armament
WASHINGTON (JTA) Mean-
while, Republican Congressmen,
who last week urged immediate
shipment of arms to Israel, today
growing preponderance of offen- modified their stand on the urgen-
sive Egyptian air strength while l cy of Israel's need for arms. Rep.
supporting
Continued on Pago 3 A
Over $1,000,000 is the mark eyed by Combined
Jewish Appeal oficials when they meet with Business
and Professional units of the CJA campaign Thurs-
day evening, Feb. 23, at a city-wide dinner and report
meeting in Park Lane restaurant.
Business and Professions Council chairman John
N. Serbin Wednesday urged all workers in this divi-
ONE OF THREE SILVER AWARD RECIPIENTS
Regional Brotherhood Medallion
Goes to Leonard Wien Monday
sion, to get ahead with their coverage of pledge cards
in order to boost the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal
over the one million mark.
Four groups which met earlier this week are ex-
pected to turn in substantial increases at the Thurs-
day report meeting.
Serbin was host at a breakfast honoring members
of the Miami Fashion Council on Sunday at the
--------*Vanderbilt hotel. Cooperation of
the Needle Trades groups in sup-
port of CJA was promised at the
unusual event.
The Town division of the Law-
yers' Unit, headed by E. Albert
Pallot, met on Monday in the offi-
ces of Milton A. Friedman for card
assignments, and the Building
Trades group held its first organi-
zational meeting on Wednesday at
the home of David Fleeman.
First worker's meeting of the
Liquors Division was a luncheon at
the Edith and Fritz restaurant this
Continued on Pogo 10 A
L
Wolfson Hosts Einstein Report Meeting
tfONAlO WKN
Jewish community leader Leonard Wien will be one of three
recipients of a silver Brotherhood Regional Medallion when Ihe World
' Brotherhood Dinner of the Americas convenes at the Fontainebleau
I hotel Monday evening, Feb. 20.
h Other recipients of the award are J. N. McArthur, prominent dairy-
man and civic leader, and James T. Vocelle, chairman of the State
Industrial Commission and well-'-*"
known catholic l.yman \f0ARD Of OVERSEERS TO CONCLUDE CONFAB HERE
Fans N. Cowart was chairman """- ^;---------------------------------
of the awards committee, and
James M. LeGate is chairman of
the Florida region. National Con-
ference of Christian and Jews, un-
der whose auspices the Brother-
hood dinner is being held.
Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, Phillip-
Ine Ambassador to the United Na-
tions, will be guest speaker at the
Monday night affair. Gov. and Mrs.
LeRoy Collins and the Governor's
cabinet will also be present. In ad-
dition, the program includes Dr.
Everett R. Clinchy, national NCGJ
president
Dr. Edward R. Annis is dinner
chairman. Co-Chairmen are Sam
Continued en Page 10A
,Hugh Scott (R.-Pa.).
Secretary Dulles' position, agreed
that additional time is needed to
test alternative ways, outside of
arms shipments, of bringing peace
to the Arab-Israel area. He said
Mr. Dulles, in a recent talk with
several Republican members of
Congress, suggested, among other
approaches to bring peace to the
area, the implementation of the
Tripartite Pact, the guaranty of
existing frontiers, and the increase
in the number of persons engaged
in neutral patrols along the Arab-
Israel border.
The Republican Congressman de-
clared the State Department feels
that there are better solutions to
the Middle East crisis than selling
arms to Israel at this time. The
Department says that "something
can be done within the near fu-
ture," Mr. Scott said. "We say if
that cannot be done," he added,
"then at the very least there
should be arms (to Israel) at that
time." Rep. Scott described this
as the position the Republican
Congressmen who support arms to
Continued on Pogo IA
Einstein College of Medicine will
conclude a national report con-
ference Sunday at a reception in
the Fontainebleau hotel, which
will be hosted by board member
George Frankel.
Former New York state attor-
ney general Nathaniel L. Gold-
stein said a special business meet-
ing of the board will be held Fri-
day at the home of Miami Beach
financier Louis E. Wolfson. Gold-
stein is chairman of the board
and Wolfson a member.
The conference opened Monday
evening in Palm Beach with a
cocktail party reception for the
board hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Frost, Palm Beach chair-
men for the nation's first non-
sectarian medical college spon-
sored by the American Jewish
community.
Wednesday, Abraham Levitt of
New York, was host to a break-
fast meeting at the Saxony hotel
for the Society of Founders of the
Albert Einstein College of Medi-
cine. Levitt, national chairman
of the Society of Founders, is best
known as the founder of Levit-
towns in Long Island and in
Pennsylvania.
Levitt also serves as Queens-
Long Island chairman for the
Einstein college, which is the
core of a $100,000,000 medical
center in the Bronx. The report
Continued on Pago 6 A


?gge 2 A
+ legist FkrtJiap-
Friday. Fl
- to brinj ^rab Israel p
The State peps tmenl -' statement
Pt to turn world public opinion
ny action In the Aral
mcil where Uh I nion
r Department spokesmai
said that tho Unil es wanted to
is
M Labor Zionists Will ,
Off. DOV BltGUN
Weinsteins Mark
50*h Anmversary
i i
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Mr Mi w ii in v
I in Phila
pei resi-
i 1946 Mr. Wein-
his second
lent ol Beth Is-
rael. Under hi leadership, the
le purchased its pre i
iic and i~ now constructing a new
Hebrew school building.
Prior to coming to Miami Beach.
Mr Ucin-tein served as president
the Richmond Hill Jewish Can-
ter in Richmond Hill. N.Y... for
i >oars He i- also active in
'he Ycshiva and Mc-siiia Toras
ini. having served on its board
i directors for over 20 years
Mr tt'ein-tein will chant the
bath morning liturgy, and .
hour ili follow the service.
IS id the Unit has no i
trmed .
'tic efforts to obtain a
,mpromise settlement. The United 8
.intl) with England and France,
immediate and long-term i
,urc-sion by eitrwr side
i..l- made it plain that
ne i will no! allow
U-.V* h*. DiA.nii |H' restricted i>> Berisd
ncsr yr. Dicuun m the i% s ..,:> omci
' it it becomes neceasary u> act with
Community rally of Labor Zion- rn,i,tarv forces to prevent war,
(.ups will he held in behall "t Hu_:,. statement on the Arab-Is-
Combined Jewish Appeal on ra0| pontjovarg) is considered pa;
day evening. Pib. 20. at Hi- tlcu!arlv hypocritical Ueause IfDfl
biacui auditorium. cow helped create the prc-cnt
The meeting, which is open to cn.sis by providing munitions to
the public, il expected to attract Egypt
some 400 persons in the South Sen Wa|ter p_ George, chairman
Beach area. r tj,e Senate Foreign Relations
Guest of honor and principal committee, commenting on Mos-
speaker will be Dr. Do* Biegun. ,ow warning'* against sending
national secretary of Israel Hista- |oreign troops into the Arab-Israel
drut and vice president of the .irc,a without prior agreement and
American Israel Corporation I'nited Nations approval, said Wed-
Among participating groups ex neadai he knew of no Anglo-Amer-
pected to attend the affair are
Histadrut. Pioneer Women. Work
There will be no admission
men's Cirle and Farband.
char rding to Joseph Dun
tov, nf the arrangements commit-
M.m> oi the labor groups, in-
cluding Pioneer Women's organiza-
tions, are bencfici. I the Corn
Jewish Appeal.
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FebruaryJVl|56
jbbi Stem
mquet to Feature
jny Top Leaders
th hcd ,"n's "piri"
" ribor Stern, will
Installed Sundas cv< ning. Feb.
a, the congre|tiOM David
jtman hall.
kr Leo Jong, internationally re
Ld Hebrew scholar, will 111-
I Rabbi Stern. Master of cere-
nies will be Beach attorney Mai-
Englander.
Long noted guests expected at
[Sunday installation are Miami
U Mayor D. l-ee Powell; Rabbi
Hlirwit7. of New York; Rabbi
kryahu Swirsky, spiritual lead-
Beth Fl Congregation and
entative of the Rabbinical
ncil of Greater Miami; and
; Solomon, of the Union of
hodox Congregations of Amer-
+Jmishncridllan
Page 3 A
CJA Division Scores Increases as
Business, Pro Groups Show Gains
aSvUnrnrnL?l!!a,, crcst of a ,thp "me of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Israel Danger High
As Capital Stalls
Continued from Pa 1 A
the United States continues to re-
fuse to sell Israel a single item of
military equipment requested.
A fear exists that, even if some
really effective tripartite machin-
ibbi Stern came here five
ago and is renowned as a
jar and author. He is author
Ihe first proposed constitution
Jihp State (.t Israel, for which
[received a citation from Presi-
. Itzhak Ben Zvi.
abbi Stern came to Beth Jacob
the recommendation of the ery were ^^ ,Rrae, h
Rahb, of Israel Rabbinical, struck a dcvastating air b|*w be.
[ncil of America and Agudath fore such apparatus might ^^
abonim. I to function. Pro-Israel circles
Hd Whitman is chairman of. here see the future possibility of
I installation banquet. President'some international undertaking in
eth Jacob Congregation i Leo' the Middle East as no reason to
withhold legitimate self-defense
.weapons, when such equipment is
pouring into Egypt from the Com-
munist bloc.
Following his call on Secretary
Dulles last Friday. Mr. Khan stated
that he visited the Secretary of'
State "for the sole purpose of
emphasizing Israel's strong hope
for early action on its request for
iarms." In that context, Mr. Eban
said, a broader discussion of Is-
rael's security situation took place.
The Israel Ambassador stressed
!that -the first element" in Israeli
I thinking was the necessity of ac-
quiring weapons. The tripartite
talks on Middle East security were |
described by him as of "marginal"
interest in relation to the arms
issue.
A
wave of enthusiasm, the Combined
Jewish Appeal Business and Pro-
fessional units this week reported
increased gifts nearly a score of
trades divisions.
According to Business and Pro-
fessions chairman John N. Serbin
the Dentists Division has set a
record-breaking pace with increas-
es of over ninety percent over last
years contributions. The unit led
by Doctors Meyer Eggnatz and
George Graham has set a campaign
record in percentage increase ac-
cording to Serbin. who will proba-
bly hold the lead for many weeks.
Close behind the dentists group
is the Food and Produce Division
led by Carl Susskind. which collect-
ed an 80 percent increase over the
previous year. A substantial in-
crease was also marked up by the
Physicians Division meeting at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. S. Charles
Werblow last week, with some 50
physicians in attendance. Dr. David
Kirsh and Dr. Louis Lytton assisted
in distribution of new assignments.
Campaign chairman Sam J. Hei-
man and Rabbi Max Schenk spoke
on the crucial needs in Israel and
the crisis which faces thousands of
Moroccan Jews seeking haven in
Israel.
The Real Estate Division held
their annual cocktail party on Fri-
day at the Algiers hotel, and co-
chairmen Jack A. Cantor and Leo
Eisenstein reported that gifts ex-
ceeded former campaigns by as
much as 25 percent.
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increases and that reports "arc en
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This year, the Beauty and Barhc
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MioTFlorida. Friday. Februaryi7_195i_
No Amount of Fancy Talk Can Help Israel
The talks between Britain's Prime Minister
S:r Anthony Eden and President Eisenhow,
Washington last week have proved more than
disappointing.
The upshot of their tall led ye;
vow of the London ,:rton concurrence in
the May, IS5C Is Declaration, accord-
ing to 'which the two rowers and Fro
cuarantee the existing borders of Israel and the
Arab nations.
But this declaration has thus far dor.
if nothing, to maintain peace in the M:dd!e I
The best that can be said for the V :ton
huddle is that Sir Anthony's plan to force Is:
territorial concessions came to naughtat least
for now.
Significantly, the talks between the President
end Britain's Prime Minister concluded with a
promise for subseguent talks to include France.
This position once again proves the blindness
of Western policy so far as Israel and the Arabs
are concerned. The reasons are twofold:
1. Conferences involving the United States,
Great Britain and France on the Near East are
meaningless if they do not include the Soviet
Union. Until the September, 28, 1955 announce-
ment by Egypt of Cairo's arms agreement with
the Communists, such conferences might have
been significant because they would have in-
volved the sole policy-making forces in that
area. However, since the explosion of Soviet
power into the Middle East, a West-sponsored
conference can merely deal with one aspect of
a two-sided problem. Failure to recognize the
importance of Russia's most recent invasion
there is like failing to recognize the sudden ar-
rival of an elephant to share one's dining table.
2. Two parties to such conferencesGreat
Britain and Francehave special axes to grind.
The British are on the wane in the Middle East.
With the exception of Transjordana geo-
graphic reality but a political fictionBritain's
sole toe-hold in the Mediterranean today is on
the Island of Cyprus. The Cypriote drive to-
ward independence currently parallels former
2ionist aspiration in Palestine. Cyprus is an
armed camp, replete with military curfews,
patrolling troops carrying guns drawn and
barbed wire embankments. While the French
discard government after government at home
because of their declining prestige in North
Africa.
Thus, of the three powers, only the United
States will be in a position to speak with any
authority so far as the Near East is concerned.
Isolated from the new Soviet prestige, burdened
by the alliance with two discredited powers in
the area, even American decisions will have
little worth.
Peace in the Middle East can only be re-
Tribute to Rabbi Stern
Beth Jacob Congregation takes the occasion
Sunday evening to honor its spiritual leader,
Rabbi Tibor Stern, who arrived in the Jewish
community a short while ago.
Rabbi Stern is an established Hebraic schol-
ar and the author of several books on Jewish
law. In this regard, he was called upon by the
State of Israel to aid in the setting forth of her
legal system.
Miami is always proud to add a new per-
sonality to the corps of its spiritual leaders.
For, with the addition of each new rabbi, there
is an extension of the area's spiritual horizons.
This indicates an awareness on the part of
the Jewish community of the need for spirtual
enlightenment and the expansion of its spiritual
faculties in proportion with its general growth.
A new rabbi in the community means added
vigor for its religious lifemore centers of tradi-
tional Jewish activity and programs to be par-
ticipated in by Miami's youth and adults.
Those honoring Rabbi Stem at the testi-
monial dinner Sunday on Miami Beach will be
installing a new orthodox spokesman here. A
studentin the historic sense of the word
ibbi Stem will fully realize his responsibility
[the community, as well as to Beth Jacob Con-
jation and the pulpit he fills there.
stored throuah firm United Nationj *****
asisl on Arab recognition of 1stae; atonal
)rCe cessation of illegal Arao
ie Suez Canal.
:.y and President Eisenhower
,ir decision to work toward these
qoc be little more successful in the
matter o!' restoring peace to the Near hast
through continued discussion with Fiance
and ling evasion of the principal issues
involved.
Brotherhood Week Opens
Brotherhood Week opens this year Feb. 19
and will run through Feb. 26. Greater Miami
will mark the occasion with a Brotherhood Din-
ner Monday evening. Feb. 20. at the Fontaine-
bleau. Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, Ambassador of
the Phillipines, will be principal speaker.
Sponsored by the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, the observance annually
sets aside a week during which men, women
and children throughout the nation rededicate
themselves to the principles of freedom, human
dignity and equality.
Brotherhood Week this year is especially sig-
nificant. With the breach between halves of
the globe apparently widening again, it be-
hoves all of us to recognize that the differences
among men must never be based on the dif-
ferences of religion or race.
In our own nation, it is a constitutionally
guaranteed precept that all people are en-
dowed with equal opportunity. The difficulty
here lies in the failure of ths principle necessari-
ly to lead to the concluson that all people cae
equal.
Thus experience proves the unfortunate
situation in which the equal opportunity pre-
cept suffers by default because there are some
who falsely, maliciouslyand even criminally
regard certain races and religions as "in-
ferior." To this end. the National Conference of
Christians and Jewsand Brotherhood Week-
dedicate themselves to eradicating such prac-
tices and to mobilizing Americans in accord
with this nation's democratic ideals.
The strength of our country has lainand
will continue to liein the diversity of its peo-
ple. Gathering into one force the strengths and
positive values peculiar to each, we have
grown to symbolize for all of humankind a solid
bastion of freedom.
The world today, more than ever before,
needs such a symbol. If we are to submit to
the divisiveness of bigotry, it will mean that
we are failing ourselvesand others who sore-
ly need us.
GOOD FOR WHAT AHS YOU
This is the Era of Grand Declaration once again When ^.
dent is not busy being religious, he is at least humanitarian i
humanitarianism is always followed by the lofty expression ofj^
ideals. Only on one occasion did the President have to combine i
wits humanitarianism: that was at Geneva. It was not on|y
to outdo the Russians philosophically; as spokesman for the W
also had t<> best them on spiritual grounds.
Prior to that time, however, and since then, the President hat
no compelling necessity to consider the possibility ( relit?
sen the two When he introduced the phrase, under God"i
the pledge of allegiance, the President was being -inctly n\j*
\nd when, for example, eons ago, he promised revision of Taft-H
he was being humanitarian.
An interesting phenomenon here is the fact th.-.t intentioneal
,. sufficient. In being either religious or humanitarian, ne nJ'T
expect any palpable result-: nor. indeed, an |..,|pabie|J
ted bj others The loftiness of such humid. piraUon
, |h. NOW, the President is a military man It |S lnen
an even more interesting, and for him fortunate, nh.-nomennn thai
can carry on these cycles of fervent activity and feel >atisuejj
accompli hang anything.
Bui In- militsry background is a virtue in at least one regards
chain of command that is the President's MUl blinds him to hu,
I nded !>>' others for his intention-, he confi
with achievement The result of this bitterly hunwrmi. cycle has|
the greatest hosi in historyhis do-nothing Administration whidu
cording to Republican national chairman Leonard Hall mutt coaS
in office if the free world is to survive.
UNFULFILLED PROMISES SYMPTOMATIC OF THE PROBLEM
I spoke before about the Era of Grand Declaration I saiditj
upon us once again. And so it is, what with the President's w
humanitarian kickhis latest call last week for revision upward t
220.000 persons annually of the immigration quota as set forty
McCarran-Walter. This is the President's humanitarian pha-*.
been through it before. During the 1992 campaign, he promised i
drastic revision or total scrapping of the act. On the occasion i
first Message to Congress in January. 1953, he made a similarly hi
tarian appeal, speaking in frankly unembarrassed Emma Lazarus I
Poor old Pat McCarran passed on. But loquatious Francis
succeeded in doing something the President has never done. Hfj
ceeded in relating two conceptseven if without nece-sary relatia
What with the Administration's security system running
under the frenetic thrusts of Sen. McCarthy, the Penniyhrssa]
gressman proved the need to maintain the obnoxious origins
law as a means of continuing the fight against communism. |
Now, the President never really saw Jit to repudiate Sen.
A man of self-professed religious conviction, he turned from bun
lanism to his haven of spirituality, feeling assured that rej
implicit in the move. Similarly, he saw no connection betwea.]
Walter's victory and his own defeat on the immigration issee. i
Cart hy and the Pennsylvanian were obstreperous, they could
not diminish the loftiness of the President's intention to deal wifl
McCarran-Walter Act.

GRACEFUL WITHDRAWAL FROM ISSUES AT HAND
By 1953. the President was slightly chastened. I'nder
, on security measures, immigration and inquiries into commu
urged Congress to pass the Refugee Relief Act, which wookt;
| some 214.000 aliens to enter the United States during the comisl
yearsabove the limit for this period as set forth by McCamn4BB|
(This figure, slightly under the latest request, submits to the dei
, failure of the 1953 act.)
Satisfied on an humanitarian basis'of his success, the
j did not see that he had failedthat the Refugee Relief Art was I
'excuse for his unfulfilled promise of 1952; that it repre
| knuckling under to intimidation by Sen. McCarthy and Rep:
! that, even on its own terms, the act was being sabotaged ^fV^
t apparent to him that the sabotage came from security chief
j McCleodSen. McCarthy's puppetend precisely tho* *uws
sponsible for continuation of the reprehensible national entwV
' system.
That the McCarran-Walter Act had also succeeded ia da
U.S. prestige abroad was excuse enough for the State Department I
Secretary Dulles to take over. In addition, the President was ~
afforded the opportunity of gracefully turning away from the j'
of intention vs. achievement. Secretary Dulles' immediate answer
a Refugee Relief Act administratora man who would rapidly *r*
the painfully slow Influx of persons abroad seeking cntr>Jj"j!
its provisions. New York Republican leader Edward Corsi rM***J'.
job. The rest is history. Within ninety days. Corsi found himsM
lieved" of hu post Mr. Dulles' excuse was that the administrator
been hired for a three-month period only.
I recently met John Lamula. Corsi's attorney during the
days following his dismissal. Distinguished looking, a virtual w"j
appearance to Henry Cabot Lodge. Mr. Lamula has a long and en*
record in New York's Republican party politics. He told me th *
begged Corsi not to take the job. afresh from labor acUvW,uLri
of New York State. Corsi had been offered a position > "f?Vt|
some $35,000 a year. As administrator of the Refugee *
would receive little more than $13,500. But Mr. Lamula. "" '
was not motivated solely by monetary considerations; Til"*'v
convinced that neither Secretary Dulles nor the State IXP***"^
prepared to help the President's sop to his humanitarianism
INTRIGUE IN ROMESTATE DEPARTMENT STYLE
On the record, Secretary Dulles may have had high "^J^a
announcing the appointment, he told.a Washington PrWS ^
that Corsi was "the best possible man" for the job New i >
j senatorial campaign, which featured Dulles and Hr~" M
s hopefuls, tells another story. In the northwest Republican*- -if]
of the state. Secretary Dulles, in calling for support. cu0 could see the people who will vote -for my opponent yoft,
referred to nothing mpre than the Jews and Italians of ^ ^
It is these Jews and Italians, principally, agwn* whicl1
Walter Act so heavily discriminates. .jAwI
Mr lamula reveals that Corsi left for Europe to deters
of expediting the Refugee Relief Act The record *"D**Vl
cates that every move Corsi made wss reported back t ^
via transatlantic telephone by a State Department
On the occasion el RheHearing following Corsi'i d"!**"^
official unfolded the administrator's "secret dealing"
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17, 1956
+JeistrhrkJlnn
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W. KOSHt DAVIS
plrifca! Statesmanship Confab Ends
Csntinued from Page 1 A
h leaden In the
bsol government, religion, edu-
business and the press,
Seminary's World Brotherhood
Movement, will serve as chairman
of the session, which will include
a demonstration of a study method
for men of affairs, and discussion
M by those who are participating in
May. will lx devoted to "Spin- this program throughout the coun-
Statesmanship In the Lifejtry
be 10.1.^,1^1 w.th a luncheon Df Bernard Mandc,ba dean
, the Balmoral hotel h.gh-^ fitudents of thp Scmjnary ^
lint: the daj program. servc a, moderator. Also sehedul-
|o.ph S W ohl, president of the ed this evening and Saturday morn-
ROOSEVELT
a,i at noy'
I ,[ ,698""
jpi o hrviu a; Hi
I
IN:-Hbr GREATEST ENGLISH-YIDDISH
MUSICAL COMEDY LAUGH RIOT
FARBLONJETE HONEYMOON
VVITH JACOB KAUSH JACOB JACOBS
MICHAl MICHALFSKO AND HER ENTIRE
ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST DIRECT FROM
HER RECORD BREAKING 16-WEEK RUN IN N.Y.
OPEN FRIDAY, FEB. 178:40 P.M.
, in;,' arc Sabbath services in (on-
Miv.itive> congregations throughout
South Florida, which will devote
sermons to the theme of the con-
ference. "Spiritual Statesmanship:
A Program for Moral Standards
At Temple Emanu-El, Dr. Arzt
and Gorson will speak Friday
night and Rabbi Joel S. Geffen.
director of the Seminary's field and
I community services division, will
deliver the sermon Saturday morn-
ing.
Dr. Halpern will speak at Beth
David Friday night, and special
services also are listed for North
Shore Jewish Center and Temple
Zion. Dr. Mandelbaum will speak
at Hollywood services Friday night
and Saturday morning of Temple
Beth Sholem and Temple Sinai.
A seminar entitled: The Exami-
nation of a Moral Dilemma: "The
Use of Mass Leisure Time," was to
be moderated by Dr. Moshe Davis,
provost of the Seminary.
Miami Beach Councilman Samuel
J. Halperin, vice president of Tem-
ple Emanu-El and South Florida
chairman for the Seminary, served
as chairman of the local committee
on arrangements for the confer-
ence.
COND-
ITIONED
AMPLE
riltfLflkli
WORLD RENOWNED CANTOR
MOSHE KUSEYITSKY
will officiate of
Kneseth Israel
Synagogue
1415 Euclid Avenue,
Miami Beach
Saturday.
frbruarv 25th
* 8:M A.M.
[THE CANTOR WILL ALSO
PRESENT A
PURIM CONCERT
The Synagogue, Sunday, Feb. 26th (hirta Iff)
at8P.HH
Tkkets on Sale at Syaagagae
OMrtka $2.00 $1 JO $1 JO
canto* cusivn-Hr
ANNUAL YIVO
BANQUET
fYhra /nsfifufe ef Jewish Ketemrch)
SUNDAY EVENING, HI. 19th
SEVILLE HOTEL
2901 Collins AM. Miami Beach
DR. JACOB SHATSKY, Nisferiaa
Cvesf Speaker
DER YIDDISHER FORUM
MEETS EVERY SATURDAY, ijl
KNESETH ISRAEL
CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avmut, Miami Beach
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY Itth
Geejf Speaker
DR. JACOB SHATSKY
Sekjecf
"JEWISH Vint m UTiMATUU"
It***. -Mil nn 'i'
Plume
Restaurant & Cocktail lounge
11415 S. Dixie Ph. 817-9249
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Preterits
METROPOUTAN
OPERA STARS
la fnrrlnl-H
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Richard TORIGI
Nicola MOSCONA
Emila RENAN, Arthur NEWMAN
IV ItOII. >ll
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TICKETS: RURDINE'S. CORDELIA'S, MIAMI REACH RADIO, DADE ft M I. AUDITORIUMS
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2nd Performance $4.00 $6.50 Miami or phone Miami 3-5967
MIAMI BEACH
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MIAMI BEACH
OPEN 1:45 P.M.
TODAY
The Golden Voice of
MOISHE
OYSH
The Inimitable Comedy of
ADAMS
LAWRENCE TIERNEY
AL (Doable Talk) KELLY
CINDY HELLER
"Singing in the
Dark"
IN PERSON
ON THE STAGE
MOISHE
OYSHER
Singing the Songs
Yon Lot v
THURSDAY NITE ONLY
FEB. 16th 8:15 10:15 p.m.
Bar Kochba
SON OF THE STAR
MUSIC DRAMA IN 1 ACTS CAST OF 80
DIRECTED BY SAM H1RSCH MUSIC DIRECTORBEN YOMEN
Starring STAN PORTER GLORIA All AN I ALAN KEYS
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MIAMI BEACH AUD.
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I*
Report
Continued from Peje 1 A
conference wii! hear from Goid-
stein, who al paign chairman of the Albert
College, j report on the ,
of the school S first c.
The c!a>s beg.-.n
r. with '.he facttitM
the adjacent S4C.000.000 hos|
center jut completed by the
V York niiide available to
and with the Eiasteta (acuity
;:ig the hospitals.
George Aipert of Bo>ton. newly-
elected president o: the New 1
New Haven and Hartford Railroad,
eipated in the Monday and
Wednesday sessions, pointing I
need for additional
medical teaching facii.
Upert Is asstx iaU national
New York Exec
To Speck Here
Harn Lee. vice pre>ider.'.
rporation of New
York City, will be guest of honor at
a brunch red by the Liquor
Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal on Sunday morning. Feb.
26. at Uh DC Terrace hotel
Campa.. S J Hei-
nan ha announced that Florida
Beverage director R D. Wil-
!ian> be an honored
lal breakfast func-
tion of the CJA group.
Co-Chairmen of the division and
- of the breakfast will be Mar
via S. Rauaa and Jay Wei-- Vice
chairmen are Don Bellamy and
Frank Hamilton. Reproentmg the
CJA Bu-ir.e- and Professions'
Council will be Leo Chaikin. identi-
ned with local civic and philan-
thropic activities and for many
yean a member of the board of
governor of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
LOWS WOl'SOU
chairman of the Albert Einstein
I Medicine was elevated
to the railroad presidency from a
po>.- tee and member of
the executive committee He i> the
father of Brandei> University and
or president of that >chool"s
board of trusti
Frankel. independent oil produ-
cer of Houston. Texas, Greenwich.
Conn and New Rochelle. NY. is a
member of the board of overseen
and a founder of the Albert Ein-
stein College.
A highlight of Monday's meeting
w j- the announcement that the col-
lege ha received a grant of $150.-
Cohen Gets Top Post
In War Veterans Organization
Harry H. Cohen, commander of
Miami Beach Post 330 of the Jew-
ish War Veterans and past presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Hotel
Association, has just been named
national awards chairman and
trustee of the National Shrine, for
the national organization of the
Jewish War Veterans of the Unit
ed States of America.
000 for radiology research from
the Jacob Zkthind Trust for t. hant-
able Purpose* The gift will be Hand
to establish the Jacob Ziskind ra
diol" nrch unit at the col
lege.
Ziskind was a trustee of Mt. Sinai
hospital, a member of Westview
country club, formerly owned and
operated the Miami Beach Boat
Slips. Inc.. and Purdy Realty Co.
MRS. RICHARD E. SINGER, Director
WILL BE IN MIAMI FEBRUARY 23 27
TO TfU YOU ABOUT
SKY LAKE CAMPS
THE CLOSEST MOUNTAIN CAMPS 10 THE MIAMI AREA
featuring
Hal erskiing
Horseback Riding
Trip damping
BCYS-GIRIS 6 15 8 We*ks: hWM 27 August 21
for on appointment with Mrs. Singer, Phor.t:
m. or MRS. JACK AITMAN ANY EVENING AT
.MO I -0.1:1 I
MOTHER'S" FOR ME!
nathaniu eoiomm
Biscayne Point to
Launch Campaign
One of the first communities to
launch activities in behalf of the
current Combined Jewish Appeal is
Bisraync Point on Miami Beach.
The closely knit group of Jewish
residents, led by Dr. A. J. Green-
house, has been deeply impressed
with the recent message brought
to South Florida by United Jewish
Appeal Vice- Chairman. Rabbi Her-
Friedman, warning of Israel's
perilous position and for the need
of emergency funds to save thou-
sands of Moroccan Jews seeking
haven in Israel.
To discuss the significance of
these international developments
and of the importance of building
a strong and healthy community
in Greater Miami and the I'nited
States, the group met at a brunch
at the h.mie of Joseph Rosenblum.
1780 Daytonia rd. Sundav morn-
ing.
the new
Camp Osceola
FOR BOYS AND OIRLS
On Molt River Silver Lake
MorM Shoe. North Carolina
Morseoock tirfiaf frhrnia L.kt
SorioMoiaa f
c**'* iettomtd SttH
** Phytk.m* and Hurt*
Director*
UUUI amd ill| $UVER
2? mVsr*" ,*" M"m' b"
L.m.ted Enrollment
Lazarus club will hold a I Lenox eve.
Km ma
arseilles
ontheOosa^
"41 Colllt,!
MIAMI BEAfJ
HOTEl
2 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD DIN*
AT THE MARSEILLES HOTEL STRICTLY
KOSHER DINING ROOM
Becoose we art approved by both Vo*4 Hnkshrutli-ikfci
E. Rotkovtky and Or. Rabbi Tiber H. Stern, Director* "^l
Becoose we offer a 10-ceersc Prime Rib Steak, Roast "--
well a> Friday Nioht Traditional Dinner with cweo
e. wtaiic by Don AHowo and bit Orthottra.
at
Stratton
Mortgage Co.
LOANS FROM
$1,000 to $250,000
J"* call MURRAY SANDLER
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"A\ EVBNtNG U MTU
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Eveninfi 8:30 p.m. Motiaeet 2:30 i.a
Except Sunday WttMiiiy A Satoret,
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
WED., FEB. 22nd, 8:30 P.M. ONLY
STARS OF STAGE SCREEN TELEVISION
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CORDELIA'S BOOK SHOP, 44 S.E. Its STREET, PH. FR]
C. MILENOFF, 151 PALERMO, CORAL CABLES. PH. HII
SHOWS 10 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 a.*..
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Myflowcr Lounge
1716 ALTON RD., Miami Beach. RES. Phone JE 4-NIS
SUNNY BROOK FARMS. INC.
wishes io announce thai after
furlher consideration
it has decided to withhold all
plans for year-round
kosher supervision of Its prodorlfcj
until there is organized
one Vaad Hakashrus for the
entire Jewish Community
SUNNY BROOK FARMS, INC
will have aa usual the same
Kosher supervision of its
products for the
Passover Holidays
it has had for the past years
fOR DWVOtY AMD TOR ALL ORDERS CALL TOOti
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FebrikiryJ^IgS^

'

W Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El,
patulates Fred Pearlman, newly elected president, and
[Tumpson, retiring president of the Young Adult Group
i annual installation meeting. Other newly elected of-
lo serve for the ensuing year axe first vice president.
fin Firtell; second vice president, Ray Abrams; recording
Wary. Shirley Fodiman; corresponding secretary, Marilyn
nan; treasurer, Jerry Cohen.
f0 Committee
! Committee of Greater Mia-
rrenti} conducting a mem-
drive, which will be high-
by a banquet Sunday eve-
eb> 19. in the Seville hotel.
speaker will Ik- Dr. Jacob
historian, lecturer and li-
i of the Psychiatric Research
of the New York Medical
batsky i well known for his
Of the Jew- in Poland"'
DScompleim his "History
Jew* In Warsaw." a work in
llume.---
Ii-a Scientiiic
ronrluded it.-,
Institute has
30th year.
To Hear Shatsky
its library of rare manuscripts was
plundered by the Nazis during
World War II
In 1941. YIVO formed its center
of activity in New York City. Fol-
lowing the war, the organization's
library was partially restored with
the aid of the United States Army.
YIVO library now numbers some
200.000 volumes.
YIVO Committee of Greater Mia
mi sponsors Der Yiddisher Forum
weekly during the *eason here. Dr.
Shatsky will address the group's
Saturday meeting at Kneseth Is
rael Congregation on "Jeu
Types in World Literature."
Tamiami Branch
Marks Anniversary
Tamiami Branch of bade Federal
Savings & Loan Association of Mia-
mi. 1901 SW 8th st.. is celebrating
its third anniversary during Feb-
ruary.
Joseph M. Upton, president of
tnc sav" iCisUoil, issued a
community-wide invitation to dus-
turners and friends earlier this
week to attend the celebration.
"We are anxious for our friends
and new resident! of the tret to
corns) in and get acquainted with
jour friendly staff and many serv-
Upton said.
"We hope Miamians will help u-i
celebrate our birthday and share in
the benefits that a tat growing
branch like the Tamiami office has
| to offer."
The anniversary is slated to con-
tinue during the month with sou
venire available to present and new
member-
The- Tamiami Branch was the
second organized of the four pres-
ent offices of Dade Federal. Tem-
porary headquarters of the Tamia-
mi branch were first located at
1389 SW 8th st. on December 26.
1952.
On February 4, 1954 the staff
moved into its present modern
building to offer greater facilities
and better service to its members.
Ted Wertheimer has been manager
of the branch since 1952.
Wertheimer reported present as-
sets total more than 13 million dol-
lars. More than 10.000 savings and
loan customers in the Southwest
area are presently being served by
a trained staff which has grown
from four to 18 persons.
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present honoring Tolush.
Master of ceremonies will be Dr.
Alexander Mukdoni. veteran litera-
ry critic.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
WANTED
Opening for capable administrator in
Jewish Communal Organization begin-
ning August 1. Good salary for ex-
perienced executive. Give age, per-
sonal data, training and experience in
detail. Replies held in strict confi-
dence. E. D., Box 2973, Miami 18.
Keyboard School of Music
Complete Piano, Accordion and
Guitar Courses Taught by-
Professional Teachers.
16S1 W. FIAGUR ST. PH. 9 4033
Communify Will Honor
Yiddish Writer Isser Tolush
Yiddish poet and novelist Isser
Tolush, a Miami Beach resident for
many years, will be honored at a >
reception and concert in Hibiscus
i auditorium Sunday evening. Mar 4. :
Participating in the program will '
be Miami Beach Community Sing-
; ers under the direction of Ben Yo-
' men. Accompanist is Margaret
Yomen.
The area's top Yiddish and Hc-
|brew writers, including I. J.I
Schwartz, Jacob Leschinsky and ;
many others, will be among those
ANNOUNCING
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Dr. Karl Roller
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Phone NE 5-7184
For Appointment
OPEN EVENINGS
ten Bock' Will
tedxated Here
smT.v Tobias will
^presentation of ;i "Golden
rt Life" to Tifereth Israel
Center at a special dedi-
Icwemonv on Sunday, Feb.
|iLeon Kronish, president of
fitter Mian i R ibbinleal As-
n. will be i nest speaker.
participating in the pro-
Nl be Rabbi Morton1 Malav-
[the Israelite I enter, Miami:
dmrtzman. executive di-
|of the Bureau ol Jewlah
|on; Adolph Rachline: and
albert (,!antz and the Tifer-
chqjr,
Maa, the services, a iccep-
II be given by the eongrega-
^ prepared by the Sister-
Tifereth Israel. Presiding
""M will be members of
nlirmation c I a a g Rhoda
[Marion Querido. Yvette Ru-
"e Zeitzeu and Dorothy
ar^^aw 1 II r ^ajajBk ,^_ ^B^P^^BBs. 1 ^BbHRSi
Brotherhood Meeting Slated
By Beach B'nai B'rith
Meeting of Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith lodge will take place WeH
nc-'lay evening, Feb. 22. at the
Algiers hotel, announced lodge
president Michael Sossin.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Jacob
H. Cunningham, Florida regional
director of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and .tews. His
subject will be "Brotherhood be
gins at Home."
Al Hellman. vice president of
the lodge, is program chairman.
HI LO
SMART investors and speculators are
buy ins HIGH land at LOW prices. I hove
a limited number of good acreage buys
on the high ridge along the East Coast
and Palm Beach and Broword counties
which will be in commuter's distance
to Greater Mian.i as soon as Turnpike
is finished. Greatest potentials for in-
vestors, developers and speculators.
Interested? Let's make an appoint-
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From left to right, Mr. and Mrs. Max Tobias are shown pre-
senting the "Golden Book of Lite" to Theodore Pearlstein,
president of the congregation, and Rabbi Abraham Herson,
spiritual leader. Official ceremony will take place at the
center on Sunday, Feb. 19.
oheme' Curtain to Go Up Feb. 23
or and s|,lu,r of a Mfl(l|
"'" Mrround the Miami
I """'nee of the Miami
guild's production of -La
*' Thursday. Feb J3.
[roun 'events and winter
r^e Planning to turn out
enmas.se to hear the famous prtists
who will sing the leading roles in
the popular Puccini opera.
Music lovers will have an oppor-
tunity to hear Jan Peeree. Hilde
Gaeden, Nicola IfosttMti ail lead-
ing Metropolitan Opera stars
perform in all three opera presen-
1MEI... AS I SEE IT
Continued from Peg* 4 A
f ''licit" "'h'^ What was suPPs*d to be*a private arrangement
I'lrned nut '."u0"' pf vast numbers of Italians \o the United
loaudi1- fashion:
F ForVTn Mar'0, is Professo' oi Government at Cornell Uni-
Ndres a he n** *en neither Mario nor his young
I >e"*PtanceS r?*] commissioner of New York Stateprior
* member of < '""migretron postCorsi served as an ex-
nt Einaudi '*ne,,'s **** of trustees. When Corsi dined with
,InPs and^M. during his European toijr of oUsflaced per-
fa'iWTm.cri po,wl,,""y heavy ports of eaiawtattort for the
lt0 come ilh! asked him if ^'d arrange a sabbatical for
V Lamuul vac"tio-
^"ve fob 'i!e"Lr<,a,ing to tn* intrigue against Corsi, the
fn these fray *nd our entire immigration system abound.
r,ncc f th.kp Cntary >nw:do,M sn<* poat-mortem light on the
"luotss Thh!Sident'a 1tet cell for revision upward of our
* oest that can be seen in it is the traditional Ewen
wm with which we are, by new. well acquainted.
Ifattens. "La Boheme" will be pre-
I sented Feb. 2i in the Miami Beach
auditorium, and" Feb. 21 and 25
in the Dade county auditorium.
Social activities surrounding Mi-
ami's opera do not end with the
performance. New life members
of the Guild will be honored at a
luncheon at the Seville hotel on
Friday, Feb. 24. when they will
receive the engraved silver bowU
that go to all life members.
Mrs. Sam R. Becker of Miami
Beach is a member of the luncheon
committee planning the "Pink Op-
lera luncheon,'' to be attended by
the stars.
The star-studded cast of "La Bo-
heme" wilPtalso include Arthur
Newman, Ttichard Torigi and Emile
Kenan Joyce Albrecht, of Miami
and Cincinnati, will make her oper-
atic debut in the role of Musetta
while another M'amian. George
Gibson, will appear as Alcindoro.
South Dade Center Plans
South Dade Jewish Center is
Currently advancing plans for the
erection of its new building, ac-
cording to an announcement this
week Architects for the propect
are Joseph and Vladeck, Archi-
tects; T. ATirabeh, Designer.
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Active participants in the work of North
Dade Jewish Center are seated (left to right)
Maurice Lebow, Arnold Stem, vice presi-
dent; Benjamin Miller, immediate past presi-
dent. David Goodman, president, Jack Fried-
land, treasurer, and Mrs. Nathan Banks.
Standing are Dr. William Boros, F. Greene,
Murray Apfelbaum, board chairman. Dr.
Frank Hackmyer, board member, Irving
Denmark, board member, and A. Schwartz.
Growth of North Dade Area Reflected in its Jewish Center
wu put forth for a Jewish center family to f a c i 111 a t e expediting
in North Dade. plan> are currently North Dade', burgeoning pro-
A handful of Jewish families in a' e expedil
the North Dade area looked ahead
in 1950 to the development of a .
newlv organized Jewish center, through the Temple and social In addition, the (enter boasts of
Actu'allv. the plann.ng stage for to- hall for the purpose of construct- a Men's club. Melyin Shrago^ pres-
day's North Dade Jewish tenter ins one large Center with a capaci- ident; Sisterhood. Mrs. Max Rudolf,
recurred even earlier-Mas 18. ty of 1.000. president; Parent-Teachers Associ-
1949. to be exact. North Dade Jewish Center's his- tion. Mrs. Harold Shopmaker.
At that time. Mr. and Mr* fry i- a reflection of the pattern president: a teen age and pre-teen
Joseph Keller. Mr. and Mrs Irving of seneral growth in the Greater group.
Miller and Mr and Mrs Joseph Miami area, and of the parallel Officers of the consregation are
Republicans Turn
Around on Arms
Continued from Page 1 A
I-r.iel will maintain toward the
State Department.
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating, Repub-
lican from New York, said that
Mr. Dulles was not ruling out the
necessity of arms to Israel, and
that Israels request would be
"seriously reconsidered" at that
time when present negotiations
warranted it. Rep. Emanuel Celler.
I Democrat, emphasizing Israel's
immediate need for arms, said that
declaration of any kind would '
not save Israel if Egypt would sud- j
denly attack. He said it is Israel's)
,,.(I for arms that must be con-
sidered immediately.
I'resident Eisenhower conferred
last weekend with Eric Johnston j
on the American Rlan for Arab- j
Israel water cooperation. In the
course of last week's Tripartite)
conference, the State Department
told the British and French ambas-
sadors that the most immediate I
danger of Middle Eastern conflict
irises from a reported Israel plan
to resume operations on Jordan
River waters, at Bnot Yaacov. site j
of the disputed project which is i
located in the Israel demilitarized.
--------rridoy.Jebruary J
zone adjacent to Syria ^
Department fears tnstSJM
ity at Bnot Yaacov nT*
Syrian military mt^l
a conflict. "* i
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Jewish ("enter spiritual leader. Banks. Irving Denmark. Al Epstein.
. nf thaf mcH. joined the Center in October. 1953.Dr Fn>nk Hackmyer, J. Burton
Morris Barrit? Smce ,hat ,imp. in addition 10 Ins Keys, Benjamin Miller. Jack I'ow-
mggested the nucleus croup might duUes M r*H. "' '< P dl and Harold ShoPmakt>r-
educational system including a rel-1 To keep its membership fully in
framework.
During the course
ing. Mr. and Mr
gather temporarily in a vacant
US, Sunday and nursery school, formed of the diversified activities
More at 13630 West Dixie hway a Ul""'
liece of property owned by Bar- Somp 275 students regularly attend which have become an integral
litz. North Dade's Sunday school, which part of its program, the Center
Today, with North Dade Jewish boasts f a faculty of 11 teachers, publishes a monthly bulletin.
(enter's membership exceeding Three teachers constitute the) While, to augment the reverence
S20 families, all of this is history. Acuity of the daily religious of its religious services, a choir
Gn November 9. 1949. the Center school, with its 91 pupils. While under the direction of Lucille
was incorporated with 35 charter the registration of the daily nurse-
members, and during the following rv ls 94- and flve teachers are on
three years, it had no official gpir- "l|v fai"ulty.
itual leader. Educational director of the three .
In 1956. at this moment. North *oohl is Rev. George Goldberg, j site by "just another North Dade
Dade Jewish Center occupies three wno recently joined the Center \ neighbor."
buildings, which expanded from
the original site suggested by fcfor-
i Barritz. These include the fol-
ng:
Popiel School Building. In
February. 1953. Mrs. Annie
Popiel donated and furnished
Moore assists Cantor Maurice Neu.
All of this has come into being
during five short yearsand out
of a vacant store suggested as a
Isidore Cohen Papers Given to U.S.
Jewish History Center for Study
this edifice, which stands as a
Continued form Page 1 A
community.
mis t-uiiuc. mrn Manas as a ,,, u .., ... ,
monument to her husband munit> herc '" wh,ch Rabbl Unr Isidor Coh'* role in the estab-
Max. and sons, Maurice and *" 'S presen,I>' engaged, lishment of Miami in 1896 was not-
Harry. The papers were made avail- ed as "unique in American his-
The Temple. This building ab,e- according to an announce- torya Jewish founding father of
has a capacity of 600 persons rnenl from Dr. Moshe Davis, co- an American metropolis."
and serves as the Centers dir*ctor of the History Center and Dr. Samuel Proctor, assistant
.spiritual place of worship. provost of the Seminary, through professor of sociology of the Uni-
Soeial Hall. With a capacity the Cohen family. Dr. Davis said versity of Florida, presented a pa-
of 350 persons, this i> a re- ll 1S the first major collection of per on "The History of the Florida
furbished model of the orig- earl>' Jewish life here made avail Jewish Communitv: A Case Study
inal vacant store, where the able for detailed study and re- "Early Jewish Settlement in Flor
Centers 35 charter members *ch- ida. 1764-1900." Discussants to the
gathered. Kaw>i Lehrman i paper summed papers were Katherine Abbev Han-
Over five years since the idea UP Greater Miami s Jewish history na. past president of the Southern
aBroihmT,,y phenomenal '" ** Hist0"cal Association; and dT
growth and extraordinary in op- Walter B Posev. professor of his
ESS-Lh/-2-2f!5 S?i""5 Best Wishes for Brotherhood Week
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabinowift
Mr. TO FINANCE YOUR CAR AT
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Dr. Cunningham in Talk
Dr. Jacob H. Cunningham, execu- E^E ." 2C"h cen
live director of the Florida region, km h! h u "t? whloh can nes Sco,t Coe. Dr. Thomas D
National Conference of Christians _." ae^scrib'd in terms of Clerk, professor of history at the
and Jews, will be guest speaker at ,f!":. For Southern Florida University of Kentucky and a past
a Brotherhood meeting sponsored n, '", at tbe ver? begin- president of the Southern Histor-
by the Golden Age Friendship Club Hl,n "**" That tn,s career ,cal Association, acted as confer-
of the Town Branch. Greater Mia- h "P^at'on. not only in ence moderator,
mi Jewish Communitv Center oa L; "fal P*ns" but in religious. Dr H Franklin w.iii.
Sunday. Feb. 19. "Brotherhood for ^tTrL^ ntr'bu"- Indent 3 d recto r oJ^JT
Sun.-iv9 uiii Vvo ., t____i... ,._ wnve< Tom the structural mn-ni.. _:.. ... w,or OI commu-
Cunmngham.
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Per traced the development f the Sfi ^ Cua,rman f a lunch^"
local Jew,-h communTv iom 75 2?* ? ft!* St*"-
Person, m 19,2 to nevl tIuS l.t ^" ( th.e JeW,,h TbeoloK
today, calling 1912 J^L ItTi ^"TTJ* ABWrtca' commi<-
^rt^he_c^empor^^ extend-
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+Jewlsii nuricNan
Page 9 A
iference of Christians and Jews Had Vision: What Ahead?
N0vomlHr 'I- IMS a build^services. And therein lies itsClinchy, the National Conference
[known as "The Budding for strength and effect.venes, as its arranged 75.000 programs for 12-
Ciood" was ^^^^1^*?^^^ Jjt Co lundt" the Nation- lay leadership.
Srcnrc of Christians and
CD n orgamation that has
sjnco 1928 for the brother-
, 0f man under the Fatherhood
dedicated in policies and the direct applications 000 school-,
g a gift of the of its N*4N in the hands of its churches and synagogues; 2.500
j women's clubs; 1.650 service clubs;
Founding of the National Con- 1.500 youth groups; and 525 na-
ference grew out of the presiden- tional community organizations. Its
tial campaign of 1928, which was radio and television programs and
marred by a violent brand of spot announcements resulted in
I The dedication marked a bigotry directed against Al Smith millions of home impressions. In
ificant milestone of progress in anr] the Roman Catholic Church. > addition, it held 9,300 institutes,
dght to eliminate bigotry and Taking a leading role as founders workshops and group leader con-
judice from the American were former Chief Justice Charles ferences, and distributed 2,800,000
e | Evans Hughes, former Secretary of pieces of literature.
'i National Conference is prob- War. Newton D. Baker and S. j It maintains 62 regional offices
best known to the nation as Parkes Cadman, past president of spotted throughout the United
nooton ol Brotherhood Week, the Federal Council of Churches of .States.
,aiobsei\ ;.'hc is merely the Christ in America. They were join-j The Nirni rnnf,. j
I0,,,,,, .ground pro- ed by Roger W. Straus elected J^TL^TtuZl
of educational endeavors >n f.rst Jew.sh national co-chairman, Cities, nor does it seek to weaken
field of better human relations, a post he has held without inter- the ,oyalties or m^ t ^,"5"
thc year 1934. some 300 com- ruption for 25 years, and Dr. Ever- tive beliefs of anv creed It AL
l:m the inited States jett It Clinchy. president of the see^ demonstrate th'ata..' reel
k off the doldrums of the then organization since its founding In can work together to achieve the
ent depre-Mon long enough to addition to Mr. Straus, the other goals of brotherhood, and that all
m something called Brother- current^co-chairman is Mr. Benson men and women of whatever reli-
,Da} The observance caused Ford. President Dwight D. Eisen-1 gion> race or nationa| origin 7a"
a ripple of response in the '
icipating communities and it
jved virtually no national rec- and Harvey S. Firestone, Jr.. chair-
man of Firestone Tire & Rubber
Co., is national chairman.
The founders adopted a program
that has guided the organization
day in Apr. 1934 was exciting througnout iu history and is a part
inspirational And in Denver, )of iu by.,aws: .To promote jus.
,, a Catholic priest. Monsignor ^ amity understanding and co.
' icMenamil i operation among Protestants. Cath-
olics and Jews, and to analyze,
moderate and finally eliminate in-
tergroup prejudices which dis-
figure and distort religious, busi-
ose who worked to promote, ness> goc^i anrj poliUcal relations.
jir,t Brotherhood Day saw it'wjth a view to the establishment
4 a full week's observance in|0f a goc^i order in which the reli-
and four years later, more:gjous ideals of brotherhood and
2.000 communities, among)justice shall become the standards
ch. for the first time every state of human relationships."
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
DOKHORN PRODUCE
2143 N. W. 12th Avenue Phone 9-8411
Ition. But to a group of men
i women handed together in an
Inuation known as the National
Iference ol Christians and Jews,
Fillment of an idea he had al-
kt casually proposed to the Na-
tal Conference, two years previ-
V
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hower is the honorary national work together and live together
chairman for Brotherhood Week
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included, celebrated Brother-
Week. Today, the annual ob-
vance has taken on all the char-
er of an American institution
While the National Conference
does much of its work through re-
ligious groups, it is not itself a
religious organization, rather, it is
more than 10.000 communi-la group o{ religiously motivated
participating. Since 1940. the men and WOmen whose purpose it
ktnerhood Week dates have al-; is to eradicate prejudices and
Vs been the lull week that in- bigotry through educational pro-
ves Washington's Birthday; this grams of good wiU. Brotherhood
KIeb- 19/26- The 1956 theme Week is, of course, an important
Brotherhood for Peace and acet of their educational program,
edom. Believe it! Live it! Sup-
it!"
Uthough Brotherhood Week is
a definite part of the Ameri-
i scene, it is a paradox that com-
atively little is known about its
>nsor. the National Conference
^Christians and Jews,
he National Conference of
istians and Jews with a profes-
nal staff of experts in the field
Ihuman relations is a non-profit
pnization, entirely supported by
ntary contributions. As an or-
lization. it keeps well in the
kground performing its task of
^Ung prejudice and bigotry
W a vast network of corn-
organizations, religious
educational institutions,
Mgemcnt groups, and all
of mass media of eommuni-
h each of these categories
"can life, the National Con-
enlists the active and vol-
support of lay leaders in
s program and consultation
yet it is only a small part of the
year around work.
Last year, according to Dr.
G f E T I N G i
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Brotherhood Award
For Leonard Wien
Continued from Page 1 A
Blank. Dr. J. F. \V Pearson and
Fred B. Snite. McArtluir la chair-
man of the inter-Americas Commit-
\n active Investor here. Wien
Is the Miami Beach unit of the
Dade County ('.immunity Chest
paign tor the second successive
year. Last year, under fc
the Beach drive reached it-
for the first time
in addition. Wien i- past treas-
urer and currently a vice president
i: Mi Sinai hospital, past president
of Dade County Cancer Institute
and a charter member and former
director of National Children's
< ardiac hospital.
Wien N on the board of gover-
nors of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, a board member of
Temple Israel of Miami and a mem-
ber of the Florida State Hospital
Council.
A member of the citizens advis-
i ry board of the University of Mia-
mi, Wien originated and headed
Ihe all-star Jubilee of Mt. Sinai hos-
pital from 1950 to 1954.
'Bar Kochba' Has
Final Rehearsals
-OAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDIB f,
NOTICE iMffitfJ^
'' undesigned. ,! R.\
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After 50 years of silence the
song and spirit of Avrohom Gold-
faden's stirring Yiddish opera.
"Bar Kochba," will come to light
Feb 26 at the Miami Beach audi-
torium.
Closing Hie curtain on rehearsals
this week is Miami Beach's dra- j J
made baritone Stan Porter, who
Kol Nidre" on television's
"Woolworth Hour" during last
High Holidays. Porter is
being locally spotlighted at the Ho-
tel Lucerne.
The role of Bar Kochba"*
faithful hut ill starred lover.
"Dina," i- mnC hy lyric soprano
Gloria Aliani.
Thejl are supported by the 50-
voice Miami Beach Community
Singers under the direction of Ben
Yomen. former director of WMIE's
"Jewish .Family Hour."
Two local television stars. Alan i (
Key- and Ruth Sutherlin of WTVJ. |
round out the principles.
LI. TO WHOM '
KNTH SHALL i i
win "^-n.Mjj
i IHNETT MOHKIN
I AM \l' i ,.-,, ,.
HONYA MOMKIN
J \.\1 Ali'A \,,,v .. I
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Tu B'Shvat ceremony at Miami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion. Left to right are David Kleber, chairman of the board oi
education, Michael Rice, Bernard Welkind, principal, Daniel
Cohen, Harvey Satz and Michael Krasower.
Bay Harbor Eyes
Area Campaign
For the first time in Greater
Miami, the Zionist Youth Commis-
sion will present a program of its
activities to the general public de-
picting phases of its educational
program in song and story.
The affair will be held in con-
junction with the regular meeting
tf the Miami Beach Israel Zionist
District, at the Eden Roc hotel on
Whitebrooks Will
Host CJA Meet
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. White-
brook will be hosts at a cocktail
party at their home, 226 West
Rivo Alto dr., on Sunday after-
noon. Feb. 19.
Whitebrook is chairman of the
Advertising. Publicity and Printing
ion of the Combined Jewish
Appeal. Serving as co-chairmen
are Sanford Levkoff and Harry
Mon
Guest of honor at the cocktail
party will be Sam J. Heiman. CJA
campaign chairman, who will" tie-
scribe his recent trip to Israel.
Rappaport Unveiling
The Dedi ation ol .i Monument
tu the Memory oi the late
MORRIS RAPPAPORT
formerly of
1650 SAW 5 in Smi i i
u'lll take ;
Si KDAV, Fl mri'ary I9tii
1 p.m.. at the
Jl WIMI Si I riON OI
Wool>i awn Park CEMETERY
ivtth Rabbi S. T. Swirsky
and Cantor L. Gartenhai h
officiating
Mr. Rappaport il survived hy
hi* wife. Pauline, a dauehter.
Mr-. Guasie Jacobtkind. a ion,
Samuel Rappaport. and a broth-
er, Max Rappaport.
Arrangement arc in charge of
Palmer* Miami Monument Com-
pany. Fnend and relatives are
asked to attend.
The community of Bay Harbor
will be the first to launch a series
of area campaigns in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Decision to mobilize Jewish resi-
dents of this rapidly expanding
area oi Miami Beach was made at
be principal speaker, and Mrs. Mae W(, a brunch meeting held at the home
Woinctein m-.^Hnnt nf iho maimi eK- a scor0 OI ()f Mavor Shepard Broad last week.
Weinstein, presidentof the_region- thusiastic volunteers. A follow-up ,; ,L-- ,
Zionist Youth Wi I Present Program Combined Jewish Appeal
Tuesday evening. Feb. 28 fyes Million-Dollar Mark
Rabbi Joseph Shubow, of Boston.
New England Zionist leader, will'
Continued from Page 1 A
al Hadasseh
district, will bring workcr-s meoting of the Hotel Dm
meetings from the w omens Mon h(,.ii|(,(| |)y r)avi(| L(,VHWm ro.
Steering committee announced
community rally will be held
on the Mill das .f i
A n IfM, catMf t, sVin1"
office of (he Been
i hi.- i revolution u "r
PtorkhoMera undi i
i-;ii.l t'haptei fins, i
how ng tii.- dimoiuti,. ,,f .
j'oi ation,
Now, therefore, il
State ii.....i i'ii. i.n .
going uri.l th;it h< I
th.. requirement* of |.iw J,...
. ..: 111.l|.-cl With.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF-
hav< hereuni tnj hi
and hav* iht (jr,
s.--ii of thi n.iri
al Tallnhfi* I
thin the R
IllRIV. A I I
it a f.n w
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HER1 rj| |
tin- undertdirneil. rieilrinx I i near* I
the funds to be raised in tins cam- turnou, U) thp important commu.
paignis the life-blood ol our 1956 nilv. mo.tno
*? drive." said Serb,, "Ever, .,,,,- ^12*\..niaa on lne a,
nessman and professional worker ran},empnts (ommitteo arc ljarrv
in Greater Miami is urged to ugn silverman. David L Rodin. Sam
' '" : B0W' ,hi" V";1' CormfUl, Benjamin Kane. Sam Is-
progress ..port can be given Feb. rcl. Frcd Uvinc David Abel Dr
Bert Peppercorn. Tom Kraviti.
The program will bo based on
8 Biblical commentary. Tirkc
Avoth." Fifteen children will par-
ticipate.
Labor Disputes and Public
Ray T. Sterling will
LEONARD I KAMI*
a i torni ^ for Appll
100] DuPonl Bids
i i i-e
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IH HKKKRY HIV
IKiH'd. .1.
trat tf|
THE SNACK RAJ< i '
STi IHK. at tl '.'1 !> It-KlHtfl .. 1.1
A Pi*l
Mi-imi Rcarh R'n-.i KVIlh l,.,l..n \ t i_ .>.. ri" > > << '". t, ,,d to rrKjat*r Kiid inimr with QM
ftiiami u luncheon meeting Tuesday noon, Trades Council Ix-o Ackerman. I.eo c.us R Roberts (Jeorge Sogg and """v' 'l,'!ii\- ,.* utfr
Feb. 21. at the National hotel. His Cheikln, Aaron Kanner. Aaron Howard Milk" ftfi^lSi'.V
subject is "Rights oi the Public in Kravita, M. J. Kopelowitz tnd Carl
Labor Disputes Susskind.
St'HWAME 7.1 N.N
\ lev MiiildinE
BeatriceLiflieWill SS
pianist, In a talk on the life of Puc- }\t:"'"'^ ,fVrAl''''
cinl and the opera. "La Boheme
Miss Metleov will illustrate her
talk with selections from the opera.
Appear at Grove
Sunday evening. Siegfried Gei
A history-making senior citizens mar. retired attorney and well
fair and exhibition will be staged known civic leader, will be the
One of the most eagerly awaited ,)y ""' n' 'Wants ol the Jewish guest speaker at the Spinoza
events of the season in Miami i- ""n"' |,,r ln(' Aged on Sunday, l-oiurn m a discussion of events in
the opening ot Miss Beatrice Lillie '''''' ~f' ;'' d<>u81m Gardens his career as a trial mwyi
in her revue, "An Evening With R(,M'I('1"- executive council of Dr. Abraham IVolfson will pre*
Beatrice Lillie," at the Coconut Home, chaired l.\ Mrs. Anna side.
Grove Playhouse Feb. 20 for a two- "fashburne, is in charge Of all plan
week engagement
This is the tirst tune Miss Lillie
ning for the affair. Leonard Horn
ne>. of the Greater Miami Jewish
LEGAL NOTICE
has ever appeared in Florida. She '"""""unity Center, who supervises
will lie repeating the most BUCCess- ""'
ful show of her brilliant career, "k,
..* c- ...... ^ .advisor to the executive council
An Evening With Beatrice Lillie" i_______________"""
played on Broadway for nine
months, was presented in England
and Canada and. in all probability,
will be presented again on Broad-
way next fall, following a 21-week
tour in Australia.
Performances are at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse nightly at 8:30
p.m.. with matinees on Wednesday
and Saturday at 2:30 p.m.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
' recreational and cultural nro- NOTICE is HKREHY niVBN thai
im at the iTm i >,...;.. M" undiTBignwl, desiring tu vngace In
on at tne Home, is sen il ,n. n, i
Spinoza Forum Schedules
Weekend of Music, Lectures
Saturday evening. Spinoza For-,,
"m. 11th st. and Ocean ct. will pre- aV^:V\'.'A' ^'.:N.* '";,:v
sent Anyuta Helicov, Miami Beach []<'* Miami, I i
Mi:i."nv MANOR, .a 97S1 i: r..,\
ll"1""- r>rlv n i Harboi llan I
Miami < ii h, I- lorlda, Intend lo ref-
late raid name wltn Ihe i 'lark of the
i in-iiii t'outi of i-ii.i.i -.. mt]. Florida
JACOH .i VVAKL.EN1M>KP
(iERTRI'I>E U All. KM" .|;l
U II.1.1 WI \ KIRK
KATHERINE M KIRK
Atkins Unveiling
The Dedication of a Monument
to the Memory of the late
JOSEPH ATKINS
formerly of
1608 West Avbni i
Miami B'
ivill t:lff place
Si MOAT F l briahy 19th
2:30 p.m.. at the
Jt ION Ol
WOODLAWN Park CfMtTHtY
With RaBHI V*AAKOV RostNBtRt.
officiating
Mr Atkins is mrvivedN by his
wife, Rachel: daughters. Mrs
Dorothy Kaler. Mrs. Rose Him-
mel. Mrs. Ruth Stein; and wins,
Morris Atkins and Ben Atkinv
al.-o 10 t-randchildren and two'
lireat grandchildren
Thurmond Monument Company
ia in charge of arrangements
Friends and relatives are asked
tu attend.
In Harmony
l all in t>mg>, t* .,, (!., ol m,i,)im -4 ,,,.
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Current iniormation on Bank. Insurance and aU Liated
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DADE COt'NTV, FLORIDA
No. 34953 B
HE ESTATE OF
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
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Attorney foi Exe-ut"i
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IN COUNTY JUDGES' COtRT
DADE COUNTY. FLORID*
No. 34927 B
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h-AITII E !I,s^,'J'K1,Tfl MAKE
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Attorney for Bxecutor
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRtL,,
KND FOR DADE COUNTY. FL^
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AND FOR DADE .
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EDITH B. smith aorttx^. I1"q
NOTICE BY PUBLICATiu
T<> (jaX)ROE M tiolt ",N.
:.tiX> ljik.wi. Norfolk, viiKini' v(^T!^1f:I,
YOl* ARE. MKHt.l "> sV,iil.i1
that a romplalnt f"i "' i,i.vr-
filed aitalnat you ">'" *" laiwM
qulr.-d to aerve a cop) .-fnKT *
on plalntlff'a '"";'>-'I" MiamJ J
|:..,h. Florida. nd file '" fX n,r
Mill Anw In the ,.ff *
of thr Circuit <""',;,'
Styl.d Court, on.or *'*%.,M "
JaV of March. l^. "^Vr,:
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10th
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County, PlorMa,
February. 1 ''.
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-ftbnimyJiiS.
> knirt rkrkiMftr
shion Show Set
k card part>' and fashlon I
^hTSonsored by thy Mb-
lrbiP' Hotel A-'t.lla. (orar;
SVMond.0 morning. Feb.
. .reations for Spring will
fe^SS -.e Pool with
u,a Jane FwhiOM. of Coral
Kami. fumi>W tho clotheg
By AJCongress
to be modeled by the following
members:
The Mcsdames Morty Fay. Sid
ncy H. Palmer, Jean Pago, Joshua
Kligerman, Harold Jaffer, Louis
Haffner, Edwin DeMas. Joseph Si
mon and Robert F. Cole, with Mrs.
William Sacker as commentator.
Reservations may be made
through Mrs. Joseph Weisman,
1245 SW 12th t.
Proceeds go for the maintenance
<>f the Louise Waterman Wise
Youth Hostel in Israel.
Page 11 A
Pioneer Women
Party, MusicaJe
Mrs. Sam Vilensky. president oi
Club I, has announced a Punm
masquerade party Sunday, Feb. 19.
at Hibiscus lodge. A sketch will
be presented by Isidor Waxman.
Mrs. Ida Jacobs, president, and
her committee are making ar-
rangements for a traditional din-
ner to be given Sunday, Feb. 19, at
Kneseth Israel auditorium. Mrs.
William Greenberg and Mrs. Zelda
f Liebman will sing, accompanied at
!the piano by Mrs. William Golden-
thai.
Chicago Club to Meet
Chicago Club of Greater Miami
will hold its annual cabaret din-
ner dance on Sunday evening, Feb.
26, in the Kubaiyat room of the
Algiers hotel. All Chicagoans in-
vited.
Samuel Pearlman is in charge
of reservations.
match courage with


courage
giving with giving


A STATEMENT ON DEVELOPMENTS IN ISRAEL
This is a time of trial and pravest emergency for vast numbers
of freedom loving people oversea*.
Tens of thousands of Jews In tension ridden Nortk Africa plead
for the chance to exchange misery for dignity and despair for
opportunity.
They want to go to Israel
But in democratic Israel a million and a half men, women and
children face a supreme threat to their very existence.
Vast Communist arms are flowing into a hostile Egypt jet
bombers, MIG fighters, tam\s and submarines.
"Will these shortly be turned against Israel's people?"-
that is the question many ask.
An emergency to be answered
The people of Israel have nothing to match these arms.
Their chief resources are their own courage and the hope that
those who value freedom will not let them down.
Their peril is great and necessity demands that they devote
every energy and resource to self preservation.
To ask them to assume the extra burdens of a new mass immi-
gration is unthinkable.
They could do so only at greatest risk to their own survival.
Yet in their own grim hour Israel's people ask that the
emergency of the Jews oi North Africa be answered that at
least 43,000 be brought in.
*OH 55 CAUSES
GIVE-WORK
forffce
COMBINED JEWISH
APPEAL
_J^filUUTe MIAMI
It is we who must answer and answer in full.
The doors of Israel stiH are open if we will bring the refugees
to them.
New homes and settlements can spring up in Israel's empty
stretches if we will help to build them.
Great tasks of development and restoration can be carried
forward and freedom reinforced if we will do our part.
What we can do now
In seventeen years UJA has rescued or aided more than 2,250,000
distressed and oppressed persons despite Nazi terror, Communist
tenor and Arab terror.
The sum and substance of that work has been and remains: to
save lives, to build lives and to aid those who aid democracy.
In 1956 the UJA invites all Americans to the continuation of
regular life-saving, life-building programs requiring $105,283,435-
much more than last year.
Give these your fullest support, to make possible great welfare
and assistance programs in Israel, twenty-four lands overseas and
this country.
Then give a great extra gift to UJA's SPECIAL SURVIVAL
FUND FOR SiS,000,0O0 PLUS-for human rescue, for human survival.
In a time of crisis, Israel's people are giving with rnaximum
courage of their greatest treasure: freedom.
Can we do less than match their courage with courage their
giving with giving?
Give^more in 1956
United Jewish Appeal
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Some think the relations be-
tween Christians and Jews in this
country are bettering; some think
they are worsening. It may help
to remember that the contacts of
race-, national groups or majori-
ty, with minorities often result in
infections like the common COht
The radio blares, books good and
bad arc mitten, cures are invented
monthly, and -till we sniffle al-
though what was menace doea
begin to reduce itself toward a
nuisance, which it will probabl) al-
ways be. Still, social prejudice dis-
charges n- nasty inuendoes and
unsupported charges, Just possi-
bly, the trouble with prejudice, if
not with colds, i- partly semantic.
The reaction to the word N<
let US say. or Jew. is very differ-
ent with both speaker and hearer.
from the response to the name of
a known person. In the histor) Oi
the world there l- an intensely
important instant which deter-
mines whether a man is recognised
n,i rely as a variety oi the human
specie-, or as an individual who
cannot be entirely defined by say-
ing that he is a Hindu or a Swede.
It is that instant of pause, where
one looks at his neighbor as at
his friends, to see what they are
really like as human beings, that
ma) make all the difference. If
you have a long commuting ride
daily, trj this simple experiment.
Look down and back the car
length, using one of those conveni-
ent and so uninforming lists of
one- which ire all carry in
our mindsold American, recent
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Correspondent
jews: Guard
re of Power
^attended the first an-
Stview country club last
i heard Leo Lania. famed
Condon, and author.
Zi "the fate of Israel la
|bly bterwoven with the
of American Jewry."
Sfing editor of World Mag-
Lha^ju-t returned from
Tidvhit to Europe, Israel
Uriah- I'n-t. declared that
I. aided by a M-]
jaet with ticnatioM
fllinue.l financial support
American Jewr>' could up-
imocracv in the Middle
'jnUin a balance of power
lb nati
agn chairman S im J. mt-
l iecial plea to the re-
ychani, for extraordinary
not only to
is, hut to upbuild
own institutions which
.aged, the sick, the youth,
lily and the -^in-rul welfare
-local comiminity."
Ipolnted out that nearly 40
: of CJA's funds remain in
ounty in allocations to the
ptient program at Mt. Sinai
w, Jewi-h Home for the
[the lei.-uretimo programs
jnh and Golden Agers at the
i Center and for vocational
te and immigrant aid
i Jewish Family Service and
iitional Council of Jewish
ated vocalist and movie
|Tony Martin, received a
plaque from the Combined
Appeal for "outstanding
nity service" and was com-
by Heiman for "his un-
devotion to humanitarian
i serving all segments of the
Miami community."
-JewlstfhrMton
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I^yjebru^y
SAM L 4AHSO\
Dag Hammarskjold's Stride May be Slow-But it's Firm
United Nations
By the time Sir Anthonj
arrived in Washington to discuss
with President Eisenhower
among other things the urn
situation in the*Middle East, the
headline writers of the general
press had practically forgotten
that another statesman was con-
cerned deeply with the Middle
East problem. Dag Hammar-
skjold. Secretary-General of the
United Nation.-, was knee-deep in
Indian. Pakistani and Southeast
Asian affairs when the Middle
East spotlight had moved to the
Eden-Eisenhower get-together in
Washington.
But the spotlight is not what
Mr. Hammarskjold craves par-
ticularly. In fact, he prefers to
work out of range of hot public
notice. And in spite of Sir An-
thony's assumption that the solu-
tion to the Middle East problem
lay in his hands, there is little
doubt that another key to the
riddle of war or peace in the
Near East was in possession of
that master of "quiet diplomacy,"
Dag Hammarskjold.
. ire the UN chiel start
nind the
i W1 to w-n the Middle
'
tli.it assui
Tel Avh He was not tellii
untruth. He had Egypl
and to Israel to listen. But he
expected to bet* something quite
definite Because, like careful
diplomat, he had prepared the
ground carefully He had made
certain, specific proposals.
! Nations, Mr. Han
| Issued a statement which
The Seen
General declared, then. that, with
ill backing Ol the United
Britain and France, he had
mule certain proposals" to
Egypt ind Israel Those pro-
posals had to do with efforts to
pacify the Nitzana-El Auja area.
The Secretary General refused to
say what the plan entailed. Grad-
ON THE
~EU
THE FEARS MEN LIVE BY. By S*lma Hirth.
Harpar A Brother-. $2.75.
By HILARY MINDLIN
164
W- Newl
THIS IS Brotherhood Week. Cynically it might he said
. time when a goodly proportion of the population looks
1,. l0 Utlly, however, the nature of rJls|desk (or knitting) and gives a sheepish smile all around-'
that |
up
that k
i as well as to Israel And BUggeetioM became public. What )<>oks up at a ^^ cynicay it may ^ observed that Z<1
,hcv involved was something new therc pvpn ^^ sucn a th|ng as Brotherhood Weok ( M*
SK uISfa lm S P'"sant sin Obviously there must then also exist large 2
What Mr. Hammarskjold sought v f" whom js Brotherhood Week all year longl^
Z2$L i TSt 7,hCPRai0Thr are vitally interested in getting more brothers out from uSi
had the backing of the Big Three hoo(Js M ^ int our cynic disappears completely in a iSX
Western Powers-wasIJMMV- an(] a grea( big hurrah for selma Hirsh's recent book. *
"The Fears Men I^ive By," while not itself a scientific I
founded on works which are, particularly on four of the five
what he wanted on his visit was
answers And he proved his skill.
tting Egypt's agreement to
the pacification proposals regard-
ing the Nitzana El Auja demili-
tarized rone area. Mr. Hammar-
skjold had obtained precisely the
answer he had sought first of all.
Mr Hammarskjold had made
the Nitzana proposals to Egypt
and Israel as long as ten weeks
before his visit to the capitals
of the>e two countries Early in
November, as the UN truce chief,
Maj. Gen. E I. If. Burn-. VU
tO back to his Palestine
post trom his latest visit to the
in basic thinking Until now.
there have beenand still are-
only "demarcation lines' separat- of ..Studies in Prejudice." Sponsored by the American Jew*!
ing the armistice signers. Egypt m| (he ..StlKlics- collected years of research done bv JZl
from Israel. Israel from Syria, etc.
sides
ine. international frontiers.
imwi# nonowiif
Eddie Jacobson Recorded Full Story of Meet With Truman
N( w York
Although Harry S. Truman
tea In his memoirs currently
appearing in Lift Magazine that
"Eddie, ho had been with me
through the hard days ol World
War I. had never been s /
the fact is that the late Kan-
sas Citj Truman buddy fully re-
corded the details (1f his visits
with bis distinguished friend and
made it his business that a copy
"i the intimate report be sent to
the Government oi Israel.
This fact was revealed to the
writer by Eddie himself during
a visit with him a year before
Truman left the White House
Eddie kept the original copy
along with scores of Truman gifts
in his safe, all of which he proud-
ly displayed.
The Jacobson report goes into
some details in describing that
particular visit which Mr. Tru-
man cites in his memoirs as fol-
lows:
"My old friend, Eddie Jacob-
son, called on me at the White
House and urged me to receive
Dr. Weizmann. I was always
glad to see him. It would be
hard to find a truer friend. Ed-
die said that he wanted to talk
about Palestine. I told him that
I would rather he did not, and
that I wanted to let the matter
run its course in the UN. I did
not believe that in all our 30
years of friendship a sharp word
had ever passed between Eddie
and me, and I was sorry that
Eddie had brought up the sub-
ject."
HARRY S. TRUMAN
Gave in
Here Truman implies that he
had used sharp words against
Eddie for bringing up Palestine
and Weizmann. He does not say
what they were. Eddie, however,
told this writer that at the time
Truman started to swear and
curse at the Jews in such a bitter
way that for a moment he
thought that his old buddy was
the worst type of anti-Semite.
Eddie, almost heartbroken, gave
up any hope that Truman would
see Weizmann. He began to
mumble. (Truman writes: "Eddie
was becoming self-conscious, but
he kept on talking.")
Finally, in desperation, Jacob-
son pointed to a statue of Andrew
Jackson (Truman says that "Ed-
die waved toward a small replica
of an Andrew Jackson statue that
was in my office
his sad. rather ret
1 bigotry and presented the conclusions reached. The books im
The I N chief requested that, in kably unifipd picture, not only of the origins of prejudice 1
at least one area in the Nitzana- h|, pers0nality of the big0t.
El Auja demilitarized zone. ...... ... ,. v v i .,
Egypt and Israel agree to fixing Mrs H.rsh modestly calls her book an interpretation"
of definite borders which both "Studies." Actually-it is a good deal more than.that for i lht|
would recognize as genu- of interpretation she has distilled for the reader the most sij
i aspects of the scries. Thus she discusses, for instance, the i
between economic insecurity and prejudice, the links between "i
dice and politics, and, most important, between prejudice and a]
I vidual's inability to love.
In general, it is the presence of fear in his life, and the,
of love, which characterizes the bigot, the "authoritarian per
' Out of his early unhappincss and disappointment, such a pen
' construct nothing but more of the same in his expectations. Thet_
have studied his past like you he views hostilely with a black pessimism; he neither trusts nor'l
Jackson's He is the '* "for ,hc absence of hope is crucial in their personalities'' He a[
Jew alive, perhaps the tinually fearful, continually angry; and his need to despise
greatest Jew who ever lived You Vital to him.
yourself have told me that he is fan anything be done about him? Mrs. Hirsh begin! hen
statesman and a fine by quoting: "We shall need the strength to endure that whichi
gentleman, I am talking about be unable to change, the courage to change what we can.
Dr. Chain Weizmann. He is an wisdom to know the difference." Ultimately, the millenium is a]
old man and a very lick man hands of parents When they are all happy and loving, theiri
He has traveled thousands of will be as they are. and no one will need to hate. But that isi
miles to see you. and now you long way off.
are putting off seeing him. That j what can be done in the lingering meantime" One of
isn t like you." I valuable aspects of the book is a concise cataloguing of n
At this very juncture, Eddie progress open, not only to group action, but also to the individ
told the writer, he recognized a would like personally to help. Hut isn't sure how. On the one I
certain look in Truman's face and have large-scale action like the recent anti-segregation law.
l would be it is true that "you cant legislate ethics," the weapon of the I
powerful, and if we cannot change the bigot, we can at least I
his victims from him. On the other hand, It is important for th
care to continue to care; what may seem often to be futile ge
a sea of inhumanity has greater scope than one might think.
For the individual, "there can be only one promise: to
who deserve respect, regardless of race, creed, or color; to
during the pleasant interview all who deserve denunciation, regardless of race, creed, or
that Abba Hillel Silver was the J permit the same opportunities to all who qualify and to insist thaj
granted. But Truman didn't give
in so easily to his war-time bud-
dy. He had to indulge in a sol-
dier's oath"You so and so, you
win."
Eddie Jacobson also revealed
"extreme Zionist" who had an-
noyed Truman to the point of
exasperation.
qualifications required be the same for everyone, regardless ofj
creed, or color." Basically, it always comes down to that
formulated, rarely tried Rule. And all else is commentary.
VIM Mil I ll(
No.Clean Bill of Health for Germany's Fabulous Offenders
Berlin
RtWA GROSS # I V
Spring-And War-on Israel's Horizon
Tel Aviv
The Winter is almost over in
Israel. Even before it started, the
war clouds began to darken. The
Czech -Egyptian arms deal was in
its infancy and the Israelis knew
then how soon it would become
imperative that they receive aid
from the Western Powers, spe-
cifically from the United States.
It seemed crystal clear and the
outcome of the Israeli request
appeared to most of us a certain
thing. Surely no one would re-
fuse Israel the right to buy arms
for defense against the seven
Arab nations, united in
adamant resolve to destroy the
Jewish state. I think hardly any-
one imagined, when the Winter
began, that this request might be
denied, despite the provocative
and perilous actions of the Soviet
convinced that no one could stop them from
The worst of Germany's top Nazis, or their on their looted funds, or even from clausing
families, will not enjoy all the riches they amassed pensions, as long as they managed to escape
while they were riding high, thanks to the dynamic nazification trial during 1955.
' ) and resumed 3J^^aM M,n,ster of the Interior of this city-
re .red S' '"T' K^I Jach'm Lipschitz' who is the "" of
hive ^ve? met themt who h. J" WlfflilffSS S I?"?
been^ny hero a my life. Bu, I cl^?^^^Vt,*
estates had managed to stave off denazification
trials through legal finagling and procrastination.
Substantial fines can be imposed by denazification
courts if the seriousness of the charee wnrranfa ii ------------.-.., -........
but there li no other way of tSERiTl^ii ,n lhc name of one Artur Scheidlcr. The rttL
NazUgaina. conmcating ill-gotten i, accidentally came to Ught recently, was SSC
While all Wart crm, ,, -,- Kr,ls< Kaltenbrunner, a mass murderer on thei
[ closed down ou eh la ,lcnaz,f,ca,,on ('""r<- ** scale who succeeded the infamous Heydn*
, ag. he deadHne n W ,TT"W3! Z* Umc heted th N Security Police. The Intend
SmnteM^SBC^5? ^ -1 "'r Military Tribunal sentenced him to death an^
v.-er the top-rankina Vu, m, T* ^ a<1 hancd at Nuremberg in 1946, but nothing -
top-ranking Nazis and their families were about confiscating his property
satellite which threatened
only the Middle East
world peace.
Now, Spring is almost here
And Israel has still not received
permission to buy arms from
America. The Egyptians have
done well. The arms continue to
arrive, impressive in quant it)
Arab threats increase in vigor
and boldness. And Israel ttai
almost alone today. Unaided, and
it would appear, uncared for.
Almost single-handedly, Senator Lipschitt
aged to balk them. In the last week of the r
secured parliamentary approval for a bill
the deadline in the mass of "principal ofl
i.e. the foremost Nazi big shots. Politiciw
raised a variety of objections, but Lipschitt'
not be deterred.
There are 2.277,625 marks in a Berlin bant]
was I
Wf.TO.V wmBBMA v
Is Byroade Ambassador to Egypt or Egypt's Envoy Here?
?
Washington
ouia appear, uncared for. k iirnrv D wnington
Only maintenance of the bal- Egypt < ^*^^^^a
ance of power in the Middle East 2^qon, have been asked abTut the man who
their has Prevented the Arabs from the ZSL!r mm controversial official in the State
onslaught they desire Only the
Department.
.ui..,i icj ucsue wniy me Bvroadr' t
skill, toughness and dedication of witnessedV^m^J!"^0' l *** h"S
Israel's young soldiers, and of the military techn.elans ?n^o?ha SSSTw "M
populace standing behiad them. ?' "^oo, placing ,he bla "' JUSt'f'ed
have acted
preventative
Congressmen were asked by Byroad* to
issue "out of domestic politics." Eailing w
own advice. Byroade. meanwhile, strengine
personal alliance with anti-Israel PoMfa'f
He helped map political strategy in v
deny arms to Israel.
Today Byroade is seeking to P*1*"*...
that Egyptian Premier N*^latf,
munist arms agreement has given E'Pl *, J
,, -wr a loaay uyroacie is seeding w i ^
ommunist arms and Washington that Egyptian Premier M*
anding behind them, f^" s *">. placing the blame on Israel wi^ i".. f8* n*"fLE Irab-lsrad
as bulwark ,^ krael ^"Kht to buy US arm* Lj t hon bl,,,y "d enhaneed prospects of Arao*
as bulwark and as j^,., ^^ ^ arms for defense against Nasser has announced Egypt's Wert|
ington to urge re.ert.nn i ,11?*' ,flew to W"" Bntl. The Egyptian dictator simultai***
urge rejection of the Israel appeal.
Egyptian
nounces the United States.


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WKI'MAN AM. VVEPM \N
Attornej fan i -..ite ol
\ !' ah.un Bloom
2/3-10-17-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No 186943
QLORIA KOB8AR HORN, Plaintiff,
v*.
- i WI.I.Y HORN. Ht-feiidHiit
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TI STANLEY ll> >RN
t Bainbrldie Avenue
Bionx (IT. New Y'ork
Tou are i.....by notified thai a Com-
plaint for Divorce baa been filed
ajralnat >..u. and >-ou are reque*ted to
aorvi a copy of your Anawer "i Plead-
ini to the Complaint on ih- Plaintiff*"
Attorney*. Albion and Oreenfleld, t-'-'
l'laxa MulldiiiK. Miami. Florida ltd
to file the i.i-ixln.iI Answer or Pleading
In the Off* a of the Clelk of th. 'II
cult Court mi oi before tba Sth dnj of
March. li* If you fall to do so.
JuilRineiit b) default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
by the Complaint.
lion,. Hiid Ordered at Miami, rloi
Ida. thl l*t dav of February, l.'.6.
K i: LEATHERMAN,
Clnk of the Circuit Court
Bv It II WYNN.
Deputy Clerk (Seal)
ALBION and GREENFIELD
II I'laza BulldinK. Miami, Florida
At tin in \* fm Plaintiff
2/3-10-17-21 ______________________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. S7175-A
In Re: ESTATE ol'
MAURICE A. WEOER
a/k/a M A. WEtlEK. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All and All Peraona
Having Claims or Demands A!
Said I
You. and each of you are In
notified and reuuii t ani
claim* and demand* which vim, ol
mav have agalnM the
..I MMItl.i: \ WEOER.
m a. wi>;kr l. of
linde County, Florida, to th* Hon
hi,. I I file
the same In then offl. s in the '
Coin (house in ladi Countv, Kli
i.i calendai moiitbs from tlic
date of the fli si publli ntlon h
Said claim* or 'he
legal .iiiiii .- of the lalmanl
sworn to .mil
or aame will
731.16 of the 194. I '" <
Ha I A H I'
JENNY
A- i x of ih. l-.-t W Ml
and Testament of.
IRWIN I
319 S. t.oLi Hull.line
Miami. Mori.la
ni ..I i i:
2/17-14 3,'J-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 186705
BETTTE S. Mi NAM \i:.\. Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN A McNAMARA, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO I' IHN A Mi NAMARA
i .. i;. oi ge McNamara
Orand Rlvei
.It, Mli hlxan
TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
i copy of '..un- Anaw< to the
Complaint for Divorce filed herein on
tiff"* i.ti L,(>l'RNHON *
FINK. (OS Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Florida, and to I Ifflnal
in the offleaoi the Clerk of the above
Court on or before tin- 1st day of
. is;,u, otherwise a default will
be entered aealnsi you
thi* IMth day of .la:
DATED
i.....
(Seal)
1/27 2/3-10-17
K B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Court
B] It. II. RICE. JR.
Oeptity Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\ii rn -K is HEREBY OIVEN that
the uti'le. signed, desiring to engage in
busine** under the flctitloua name of
PARTY TIME, a division of Academy
Chair Reining Co. (Not Inc.), at 3421
X W Mth Stieet. intend* to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
11 !: N.I A MIN WBIN11A RTEN
MILTON A HtlKI'.MAN
Attorney for Applicant
d Bids.
l fj -' :: lu-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 36240-B
IN RE ESTATE OP
ISA \i' Ol 'I.I 'RL( >M I e aed
.'ITATI. IN PUBLICATION
The S'aie ni Florida to Morris Gold-
mum, Joseph CoId l.l.....n. Bessie
Cohen, Julen Ooldbloom, Bertha Saltt-
mnii. Max Ooldbloom, Herman Kota-
ii,, Kugeii.. Ooldbloom, I'amel Gold-
bloom, and all oth.r peraona I "I-
pei tied
are hereby notified that .
petition has been filed In nafd Coin i
toi a --iKii-ii. in of dowar on
behalf of Bather Ooldbl.....n, and you
are herebs required to file your vvrn-
t.n defense* thereto within fortl days
after the first publication hereof
should you fail therein, decree will he
entered In due cifurse upon said peti-
tion.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this 23rd day of January.
A.D. ItSI
Dated: January ts, l.aj.
FRANK II. HOWLING.
Count) .lu.ig.
B) MKI.BA C DICK.
(C. J UAL) 'iTk
SAMUEL i RAND, Attorney
44.-. Soybold litnlg Miami. Florida
1 fj J, 3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 184UM4
EVELYN yriNN. Plaintiff,
v*.
JOHN Ul INN Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
11. JOHN QUINN
Hlllaid* Am nue
Ml. Kis, o. New Yolk
You aie h.reln notified that a lull
.,f Complaint f-r Divorce nan
,salnsi you, and you at
, 1 inaw.
,,,g lo the Mill of Coiiii.laint on
|h, plaintiff Attorney I IF. NIC, M
,'\|\ .' .'a w
Florida, and file 11
or Pleading In th.....11. of 11 I
)lf lh,. Court on ... Im fore the
2th da >ou,/""
,,, ,|o X... jiMlgiiu-nt b) lb fault will he
Uken s"' 'or de-
manded in the Bll of omj.lal..
This not* ahall be publlahed
. week fol foul itlv
Pagw 15 A
vv k ?
In THE JEWISH fm mil -i an
DONE AND ORDERI Wtaml.
,,.. (Srd dav of .lanuaiv. A D
IM*' 1: B i.i:\Tiii:n.MAN Clerk,
circuit Pouri Dafla County,
RNOTER
DejHlt] letk.
leal)
1 17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is 111:1:1:1 v OIVEN that
iderslsne I, denlrlns to .image in
buslni under the ri. 1
MIAMI BEACH I -l 1:1.|. it
m 1 the
nt ol Dade 1
i:t
for Apiill
im ^^T-'CE T CREDITORS
2 TEe.C0U^TY JUDGES' COURT
cNo.el? ,fOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 37139-B
In 1:. i:.-i ATE 1 iP
_EMMA m [>opuVICH, ........,1
1
gjf ('1(l,:"1' '" 'Hands Asalnai
You. and actl Of you, are I,.
notified and >., ilred to ui
and demands whfoh
oithei of ,,,,.
ol EMM \ M POPOVICH rt.
1 late of De.de Cnuniv, II
to the Honorable Count) .ludge* of
Ii."7e ./,'Unt'\- '""' file ""' '"' '"
In- 1 offices In th. County Col,.1 house
In Hade County. Floi da, within eight
calendar month* from the date of the
first publication hei.....f. Said claim*
01 demands to contain the legal ad-
dreas of the claimant and to lie
to and pre*ented as aforesaid. 01 earn*
win in- barred.
Data January 20. a.d. h.*><
HABRY /. POPOVICH
As i:xeiut..r of the Laat Will
and Testament of
. .- K*MA M POPOVICH
M W P. SILVER
Attorney for Executor
1/27 2/.1-IO-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
bualne undet the fictitious name of
MORTON LEON ASSOCIATES
1-7 N W. Ind B( Miami, Floi Ida In-
tanda to register aald name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
MORTON LEON ASSOCIATES.
INC
SHAPIRO FRIED
A Horn.
42.1 Lincoln Road
:7__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engi
business under the fli tltioui 1
MADELEINE MOORE, at l-'7 N. \\
2nd Si Mi.no Floi Ida, Inter 1- to
register aald name with tlu- Clerk of
the Clrcull Court of Dade C
F1.ui
MORTON LEON ASSOCIATES.
IN.
SHAPIRO FRIED
ai torne) foi Applli ant
Lincoln Road
1,27 I 1-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhal
the undersigned, desiring to engia
liu-iiie uiiiler the fictitious name ol
WAIKIKI PARTNERSHIP OF THE
DANIEL AND HELENE LIFTER
TIH'ST FUNDS, at 1 sM-i Collins Ave-
nue. Dad.- County, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the C11 -
iint Court of Dade County. Florida
Daniel and Helena Lifter
Trust FAind for
Donna Isadora Lifter ',
Daniel and Helen? Lifter
Trust F\ind for
Snekkin Waodrow Rubin ,
Daniel and Helene Lifter
Trust Fund for
Andrew Bpott Rubin ,
l>*nli-l and Helene Lifter
Trust Mind foi
Nancy Irene Lifter '4
Be met) M l.itu 1.
Adele Rubin.
apb 1- i-ii
Trusteea foi the Above
Trust i'
BENNETT M LIFTER
Attorn*) fm Applli
! 1 .in. oln Ro oi
17-24 fl't________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I*. HEREBY OIVEN
the und. vsiclii'.l. d. -Iiln; to
lui-lii. "' ":
DIAMOND DEIT STORE, at 2D1
N \V :ih Av* intend* lo 1 el
said name with M Clerk of thi
.nit Curt of I mt> Florida
fJBORGE DIAMOND
17-34
NOTICE UNDER FICTIT!OUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enirage in
hu-in.ss under the fictitious Ham. ..f
ni:\\ YORK DBIJCATEK8BN A.
RESTAURANT, at it Northeast lal
Street Mlajnl, F'lorida. intend* to reg-
krter said name with the Clerk of the
Co. till Court of Dade County. Florida
RUBIN OREEN
BTANLET D CAIDIN
Vt'ornev for New York Dellcatesaen
lain .nt and Rulilu 1 lie. n
2/10-17-24 3/2__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en* I
bualneaa under the fictitious name ol
SYLVERN'S CORONET SHOP, al IM
Lincoln Road. Miami Iteach. Florida
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Cir.ult Court of Dad*
County*. Honda.
ISRAEL STEINBERG
FRIEDMAN SHAPIRO
R) Kamdi I W Shapiro
v 1 o .-"1 elnl ik
.' 10-1"
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37071-A
In Re ESTATE OP
HERMAN FISCHER, U
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah edlto gnd All Pi
in Demands Ac
You, and each of yo i a re h
red to pn
elalma and demands ivhfcji you. or
either of you. nm I tho
of HERMAN FISCHER,
ilate "' I>adi i .tin) i
'. the 1 ion ,1 lid,- Co 1 ,
I i.iilr 1 'ounl) and file 1 he SB ti
Iheii offlcea In the County Courthouse
In l'.nle county. Florida, within
calendar months from the date Of the
first publli ali"ii hereol
01 demands lo ronl iln the lega 1 ad
dress of the claimant and to
1. or s.iin.,
will I,. :r, of
the in.' Probati Act.
Dated February 10. A d
BENJAMIN FISCHER
A* Bxrcutor of the Last Will
and Testament of
Herman '
1:1:1-: .1 TAUANOFF
Attorney foi Exe< utor
2/10-17-24 3/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
biiMinesa under the fictitious name of
MERIN TERRACE APARTMENTS.
at 1 '?.".." 92nd Street, Dav Harbor Is
land. Miami Beach, Florida. Intend
to register said name with the 1
of the in cult Court of Dade County,
Florida.
11 Y.MAN LEVINE
JENNIE LEVINE
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SARAH KARP
1 RIEDMAN ft SHAPIRO
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J&UL[tetib*L
Fjriday. Febr
NOW OPEN
Another Complete Food Fair
STRICTLY KOSHER
MEAT MARKET
serving Southwest Miami at
21st AVENUE and
CORAL WAY
22nd STREET S.W.
ntrs
Iff!

This new Kosher Meat Market and the one on Miami Beach at 19th
Street and Alton Road are under the supervision ot Rabbi Joseph t
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
/H/S/E/i


n
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A 40th wedding anniversary dinner honoring
Mr. and Mr*. Nathan Kvshln was hosted by Dr. and
Mrs. Milton Jacabaen, of Miami Beach, and the
Harold Kushlns. Philadelphia, last Friday. .
Site of festivities was the Algiers, with the
Nathan Kushlns' two grandsons and granddaughter
among the 50 guests who attended. .
Ir rmrrlv of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Kushin have been
Lh Snt* for the past 20 years and live at 6174 Pine Tree dr.
iivwood-s Ban Tobin has established a Teaching Fellowship
L. field ol >cience at Brandeis University. .
[ton's a noted Michigan and Florida realtor. He's co-chairman
Liivwood's Federation drive. .
Kbe known as the Ban Tobin Teaching Fellowship, the fund
illow Brandeis to bring gifted young teachers to the Waltham,
, campus to instruct on the undergraduate level while study-
[for their graduate degrees.
>>>< 1
"If vou know your domestic bills, you should know your tax
i Tni> is the attitude of the League of Women Voters, who
i to study Ihe city charter's provisions in that field at meetings
|av and Monday. .
Herbert Bromberg has been busy gathering resource
(rial and she'll be assisted by hostesses Mrs. D. Donald Smith,
Lenox ave and Mrs. Robert Gray son, 8834 Emerson ave., at.
[Friday and Monday sessions respectively.
I Melita Pick and sister Joan are here from West Bend, Wis., for
|r annual winter vacation. .
Tjaajt's paintings are frequently exhibited in art shows through-
jthe season She and Melita are staying at 1760 Bay dr.
>>>>cc
[ Academic Laurel: North Bay rd.'s Marvin B. Slotkin stood
in his section during the fall quarter at the University of
Muee college of medicine in Memphis. .
|Mrv's continuing his ninth quarter course of study which
n Jan. 5.
Mrs. Medwin Benjamin was busy last week in preparation for
uncheon ol the Mother's Club of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. .
Some 50 mothers of DPhiE's at the Universities of Miami and
ama gathered on the Beach to discuss the organization's,.annual
Sng dance Mrs. Albert Dubbin is club president.
Annual Southern luncheon is in the offing of Brooklyn
nen's Hospital Auxiliary, with the affair slated at the Seville
22. and Mrs. Sara Holland is in town currently making prepa-
|on. .
"Thi will he the 15th consecutive year that the event to bring
i anl to the hospital has been held here,'' explains Mrs.
land
Funds me also for the Sara and Harry Holland League of the
np for ( hildren with Rheumatic Fever.
Twin dan ol the Louis Glassers marked their 12th birth-
with a buffet luncheon Feb. 5. .
Mon* Louise and Sunny Stephanie played host to over 30
|ldren at a Bi ach hotel. The girls presented a talent show of
Sine, dancinn and pantomime, with "winning prizes'' for guests
erta Goodman, Diana White and Ann Stockdale.
Speakinc of parties: One of the largest in a coon's age here
the one given last week by the Ray Goodmans, of Flamingo dr.
Iinner dance on the oceanfront. .
Royal Palm ave. home of Mrs. Alexander Kooan was the site
[a luncheon Feb. 7 for members of Royal Palm Cancer Unit,
% Max Weitx, president. .
Despite her recent injurywhich, friends say, will necessitate
prd trip to Johns Hopkins in BaltimoreMrs. K. has been
M'agmg an extraordinarily active social program, what with
Buaintances in weekly for cards and talk. Some of these affairs
ve included as many as fifteen couples at a time. .
txceptional point of pride: the record Alex, Jr., is- making as
ftudent at Ohio State.
Jewel Bail at the Eden Roc Tuesday eveninga Heart Asso-
pwi affair -included such notable socialites as the Louis Wolf-
M Hi ^lbert Ptll. Arthur Courshons, Mitchell Wolfson and
|r. Weitkopf. .
Along with other top socialites here they viewed the $4,500,000
* of the Andesplus $3,000,000 worth of "other jewelry."
Mendian ave.s Helen and Jack Miller are off this month from
fUW for a trip around the world. .
ch e M,,lr* will return to the States sometime at the end of
liwai? mKh f March win ,8 mean much to $u# Tohrnar, who
U vn, arrival of her daughter Marion (Mrs. R. L.) Eichberg
>oungest son Stsvan. .
the/u" 'S comin* fr Denver for the birthday of her grand-
G *' Kugelman, of Rivo Alto Island. .
Goth.!? ^ K**lnun home are Connie and Kenneth Frank I,
wm Town, whose stay ends now. They were here lor a
ujmue ls the former ^^ Kusjalman, daughter of the late
ldnL0! Brandei <>. president Dr. Abraham L.
.otel *' ^ch-r *re "Pending their annual vacation at the
tL {JJi
ovnan s
"World
i^uexwiislb-IEIIiOiciidliiaun
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Friday. February 17. 1956
Section B
"Mother-and-Daughters" team help plan
Luncheon Unlimited in behalf ol Combined
Jewish Appeal on Feb. 29 at Miami Beach
auditorium. Chairman is Mrs. Inez Krensky
(seated'. Assisting are her two daughters.
Mrs. Harry Smith (left) and Mrs. Thomas
Gerard. Over 2,000 women are expected at
the biggest campaign function oi 1956.
Feb. 29 Nears as Plans Finalize for Women's Extravaganza
Miami Beach auditorium will
once more be the setting for the
"biggest extravaganza in commu-
nity history" on Wednesday. Feb.
29. when the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal again sponsors its traditional
Luncheon Unlimited for women of
Dade county.
According to Women's Division
chairman Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff.
every seat in the huge auditorium
is expected to be filled in the
one-day mass demonstration by
women in behalf of the worldwide
humanitarian CJA causes.
Named to head the luncheon
event is Mrs. Inez Krensky, of Mi-
ami Beach. Her co-commanders
ase Mrs. Harry Gordon for the Mi
ami-Coral Gables area, and Mrs.
Morris J. Goldin. in the Miami
Beach area.
Some 2.500 enthusiastic women,
representing nearly 100 women's
organizations in Dade county, over-
flowed the main floor of the audi-
torium two years ago at the first
Luncheon Unlimited, setting an all-
time record for attendance at a
single women's function for the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
As heretofore, presidents of aux-
iliaries of CJA beneficiary agencies
will be in the forefront of the com-
munity-wide sponsoring committee
now in formation. Expected to set
the pace in membership reserva-
tions for the luncheon, Mrs. Kren-
sky announced, are Mrs. Louis
Glasser. Mt. Sinai Auxiliary; Mrs.
Matilda Ratner, Bureau of Jewish
Education: Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
'Greater Miami Community Center;
Mrs. Sol Silverman, Jewish Home
for Aged Auxiliary; Mrs. Leo Ack-
erman. Jewish Family Service; and
Mrs. Jean Lehman. National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women.
"A committee of nearly 100 have
already come forward to volunteer
for service in Luncheon Unlimited,
exceeding our fervent hopes for
an all-out organization effort."
said Mrs. Krensky.
Working closely with Mrs. Kren-
sky in the direction of the huge
county-wide event is the entire
top echelon of the CJA Women's
Division and year-'round division,
including such prominent local
leaders as honorary vice chairmen
Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Louis
Altschul; Mrs. Lehrman, year-
Continued on Page 6 B
PTA Maps Purim At Beth Sholom
Plans for the celebration of
Purim at Temple Beth Sholom have
been completed, according to an
announcement by Ha/ry A. Green-
berg, chairman of the religious
school board. A gala Purim carni-
val and costume parade will take
place from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon on
Sunday, at the Temple.
All funds realized from the
luncheon and carnival will be don-
ated to the current Combined Jew-
ish Appeal campaign, stated Mrs.
Sol S. Pine, president of the PTA,
which is planning luncheon.
Older children will celebrate
Purim the following week, with a
coronation of the Junior High
Purim Prince and Queen on Satur-
day evening, Feb. 25.
Film on Prejudice Viewed
The film, "Can We Immunize
Our Children Against Prejudice.'1
was shown at a Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center Wom-
en's Group meeting Thursday at
the Center. Discussion following
was led by Dr. George Epley, chair-
man of the human relations depart-
ment at the University of Miami.
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t Friday. February gJ
^o,,f 'J/w Secern/ ^Javcntcs
AN INfOKMAl MtAl ?0 TAlKIHGTim
Tasty Meat-Filled Rings are Dish
To Serve for a Rapid Luncheon
By LEAH LEONARD
Here"s a luncheon dish to serve
with a salad next time the girls
come over to talk about the lund
raising affair:
HASTY-TASTY MEAT-FILLED
RING
Dough:
{ cum flour lifted with I cups ban*
ins powd ,.
4 cup vegetable >)'i lenlna n oil
14 cup an) frail Juice 01 tomato
juice
1 tablespoon crated onion
\ daata of while pepper or paprika
Combine in the order listed to
make a ball of. dough. Turn out on
1 lightly floured pastry cloth on
board. Knead lightly and roll out I
into a rectangle 12 x 16 inches.
Spread the following mixture over
this and roll up. jcllyroll fashion.
Place the roll, seamside down, on a
Butcher Workmen
Install Officers
Hebrew Butcher Workmen and
Allied Trades of South Florida. Lo-
cal Union No 643: AFL-CIO, last
week installed George Pfaffendorfj
business manager. I
Others in-tailed were Daniel
greased baking pan or cookie sneel
ipreed with aluminum toil. Bring
the ends together, pressing secure-
ly, Now. with the points of a tell
son, make 12 cuts from the outer
side toward center through thick-
ness of dough. Turn each cut -<<
tion slightly to its side to expose
the fillingjust a twist of the
unst. Brush the top with fruit
juice or diluted egg yolk for a
glaze and bake 25 to 30 minutes
at 450 deg. F. or till golden brown.
Serve plain or with tomato sauce.
Filling:
upa chopped .....hod '"' lamb,
,1 in- chicken
S tablespoon* ii> >t melted i> hmaJti
.,:),. 1 horti inn
1 tin.h diced "iii"n
i, cup fln< M i" i'i''
I Kft
; tabk spooni k'
. i umbi
Salt, pper and oapi ih
Have the chopped meat ready
before sauteing the diced onion
and green pepper in the hot
schmaltl till lightly browned. Turn
in the chopped meat and stir just
minute. Let cool. Add egg.
crumbs and seasoning. Use is di-
rected abo\c
,t least 8 hours, better if oaMj
overnight. Drain well, cover with
cold water, add salt and cook l'a
to 2 hours over moderate heat or
till 1 pea tan ta mashed between
the fingers. These never cook
apart Or UM jrour pressure cooker
15 minutes at 5 lbs. pressure. Of
course tbaw are canned cluck peas
which can be used if in a hurry'
Drain and mash with a fork. There
-himId be about 3 cups of mashed
chick peas. Add the other ingredi-
enta Hated, mix thoroughly and
form into balls the size of walnuts.
Drop these into hot oil in a deep
frying pan or use a frying basket,
and cook over moderate heat till
'nicely browned. The oil in the pan
should be at least 1'; inches deep
for best results. Lift out. drain on
paper towels and serve hot._____
finflf B'rithGkls Group Installs Officers of D,nner
Sandy Alexander was installed treasurer.
president of Nai Rith chapter New mcmb
B'nai BTith (.'irls. at a dmner last "-tciied-t,
w 1 k fa .Candlelight Inn. n** '**
Others named to off.ee were cIu.deEtfr ""ens. Beredj rJ
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Sol Atlas, guide; and David Sachs,
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Joseph Belsky, New York, and 1
Roy Scheurich. Louisville, vice!
presidents of the national organiza-
tion, were installing officers. In-
vocation was offered by Rabbi
Sheldon Kdwards. and Patrick E.'
Gorman, of Chicago, secret 1 rj
treasurer of the Amalgamated,
Meat Cutters and Butcher Work-
man of North America, was prin- j
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Guests included Dade Sheriff;
Tom Kelly; Samuel Friedland and |
Abraham Maloff. of Food Fair'
Stores; Hugo Slotkin, of Hygrade.
Detroit; and Dr. Albert Reinherz.
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Menorah Hadassah In Musical Program
ProKram of Jewish music will be of Menorah chapter of Hadassah on
!:iv Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold Purim
Bail Sunday evening, Feb. 19, at 320 Palermo ave. Partici-
pants in costume include Dr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld,
Dr. Bernard Yesner, Milton Katz. Queen is Charlotte Halperet,
and slave qirls are Annette Yesner and loan Kate.____________
Home Auxiliary Will Devote Meet to CJA
Combined Jewish Appeal will be
fthe theme of a meeting by the
Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary,
North Dade Center in Fife
Mix Arnold Stern, carnival
chairman. Mrs. Irving Cohen, co-
chairman, and Mrs Maurice Neu,
barbecue chairman, have announc-
ed plans for a Purim carnival and
barbecue at the North Dade Jewish
(enter on Sunday. Feb. 26. Carni-
val-barbecue is sponsored by the
(enter PTA.
Purim Donee Party
Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold
a Purim dance party at Waldman's
Crown hotel Wednesday evening.
Feb 29
Jewish Home for the Aged, on
Tuesday noon, Feb. 21, at the Al-
giers hotel.
Guest speaker will be Sam Hei-
man. chairman of the 1956 CJA
campaign. Also appearing are Dr.
Benjamin B. Rosenberg. Federa-
tion executive director; Mrs. Sam-
uel Simonhoff, chairman of Wom-
en's Division; and Mrs. Inez Kren-
sky, chairman of Women's Division
Luncheon Unlimited due here Feb.
29.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. year-round
CJA Women's Division chairman,
will give the invocation. In charge
of reservations for the affair is
Mrs Manuel Tanenbaum.
Teachers Asked to
Jewish Institute
Public school teaohers of Miami
Beach were this week invited by
PTA of Temple Beth Sholom to be
guests at the thir biennial Insti-
i tute on Judaism Saturday. Feb. 25.
Plans for the Institute were
mapped at a recent meeting of a
special advisory council. Teachers
'will have the opportunity of oh
I serving, a regular Sabbath worship
service and a Bar Mitzvah celebra-
tion. Guests will also attend a
luncheon forum, where religious
school students and faculty panel-
ists, led by Rabbi Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader of Beth Sholom,
will discuss the theme "Place of
After-School Religious Education
in the Life of Our Children."
Serving on the advisory council
are Jacob Cunningham, director,
and James LeGate, board chairman
of the Florida region, National
Conference of Chirstians and Jews;
Malvina W. Liebman, director of
elementary education; Mary K.
Hogenmuller. supervisor, Dade
county schools; Seymour Samet,
executive director, Southeast area,
American Jewish Committee.
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president.
Sisterhood, and Mrs. Sol S. Pine,
president, PTA, Beth Sholom; Mrs.
Peter Lawson and Mrs. Norman J.
Russ, members of the board of the
PTA; Sydney J. Greenberg. educa-
tional director of Beth Sholom; and
Rabbi Kronish.
Arrangements for the Institute
are being handled by Mrs. Harry
W. Greenberg.
Monday, Fai>. 20
Robert Stras*fei|. guest Hponlur,
will talk and play music written by
prominent Jewish musicians. Pro-
gram will include some of Strass-
burg's own compositions.
Meeting is scheduled at the home
of Mrs. Louis Falk, 4400 Segovia
ave., Coral Gables.
Purim party on Tuesday. Feb. 21,
will be held at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. Mrs. Jerome Gor-
don is in charge of arrangements
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Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry
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Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Milton
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Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
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I Son born to Dr. and Mrs. Philip
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jd for burning congregation's mortgage. Present is Men's
Cb president. Foster is secretary of congregation.
Pane! Discussion Slated by Ladies
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f*Aai. FebruaryJ7._1956_
Jennie Grossinger One of 12 Outstanding Women Honored
i.ni< Cros^ineer. Miami I ssHEBRtfl on Pinetrpp Hr h i; Page SB
Mrs Jennie Grossinger.
R,ach philanthropist and owner of
P finger. NY. was one of 12
Tfandine women honored in
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nfeisional and businessmen who
J members of the Golden 8Hper
luare Club.
In addition to Mrs. Grossinger,
tte others who recei-
if achievement
Women
who received awards
"Salute to
dinner were Sen. Mar-
earet Chase Smith, of Maine; Mrs.
Ivy Baker Priest, treasurer of.the
United States; Mrs. Pearl Mesta,
former Cmted States Ambassador
,0 Luxembourg; Mrs. Dorothy
Shaver, president of Lord and Tay-
lor; Mrs Mary Roebling. president
of the Trenton. N.J., Trust Co.;
Dr. Althea Mottel, Dean of Women,
University of Pennsylvania; Dr.
Catherine Vacfarlane, professor at
Women'- Medical College, Phila-
delphia; Mrs Elizabeth Eyerly,
vice president of the Bottsford-
Constantine Gardner advertising
agency in New York City; Eloise
English, vice president of Slender-
ella International; Mrs. Efrem
mas. iiHMt chossingu
Zimbalist .art and music patron;
Zimbalist, art and musk patron;
columnist.
Mrs. Grossinger, who resides here thropies.
on Pinetree dr., has, with her fam-
ily, operated the Grossinger Beach
and Grossinger-Pancoast hotels on
the Beach. The Grossinger Country
Club at Grossinger,' NY, owned
by her family, was started as a
farm 42 years ago and is now one
of the world's foremost resort*, at-
tracting guests from all parts of
the globe.
Last year, more than 1,000 peo-
ple attended a dinner in her honor
at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in
New York City. Proceeds of the
affair went to the Jennie Gros-
singer Rest Home and Convales-
cent Center in Lsrael.
In honor of Israels first Presi-
dent, Dr. Chaim Weizmann. who
vacationed at Grossinger's shortly
before the birth of the worlds
youngest democracy, the Selig and
Malka Grossinger Library, named
as a tribute to Jennie's parents, has
been established at the Weizmann
Institute of Science in Rehovoth,
Israel.
Last year, she was named one of
the key women of the' world by
the Federation of Jewish Philan-
Instatt Shafkin
Club President
. Louis Shafkin was installed
president of Club "14" at the Al-
giers hotel last week.
Others assuming office include
Sol Golchrarm, Jack .Ross and
Chris Dundse, vice presidents:
Jack Levine, recording secretary;
Jack Bernstein, financial secre-
tary; and Herman Koch, treasurer.
Shafkin is chairman of the Mi-
ami Beach planning board and
has served as vice president of
the South Shore Civic Association.
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Regional officers of the Florida Dirision,
American Jewish Congress, who participat-
ed in the recept Stephen Wise-AJCongrese
Day procaimed by Gov. LeRoy Collins and
Mayors Randall Christmas and D. Lee
Powell. Standing (left to right) are the Mes-
dames Albert Ladd. Larry Friedland, Isaac
Kamins. Harry Koretsky. Philip H. Brumnwr,
Rose Kirschnor. Seated are Frank Berger,
Philip Kaye, Charles K. Alter, president.
Jack Janori and William Hollander.
HiilelAZA Holds Officer Installation
Hillel AZA held its second annual
installation and alumni dance last
week at Beth David auditorium.
Edward Parses, past president
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Outgoing president Lee Schwarti
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Taking positions of leadership
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trowsky, vice president; Flash Gor-
don, recording secretary; Steven
Manton, corresponding secretary;
and Jerry Feinstein. treasurer.
Proceeds for Veterans
Carnival barn dance sponsored
by Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary1 330 will be held at Am-
erican Legion hall, 1828 Alton rd.,
Saturday evening. Proceeds are
for veterans at Pratt General hos.
pital.
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Guest Speakers Due at Fete
I North Dade chapter. B'nai BrithiMrs. Juanita Wilson will p
! Women, Plan a brotherhood Week I. program of brotherhood mjji
I meeting Tuesday evening, Feb. 28.; Mrs. Charles Hineser. ADL CW 1
! at North Dade Jewish Center. : man of North Dade chapter u
Ciue.st speakers wiil .ncludc Rev. charge of the affair.
' E. Calvin Leonard, director of
Westminster Foundation at the North Dade OUT m Sole
I University of Miami; Mane D.
Roberts, teacher at Booker T.
Washington High School: Rabbi
North Dade chapter of \\
'"inen'j
American ORT is holdine
ual leader: and George J. Talianoff, j 27lh ave The sa)e ^
chairman of the Anti-Defamation
League advisory board.
Choir of North Miami Junior
High School under the direction of' shoppers.
start with
the opening of the market and
close when the store clo*s. ort
attendants will be at hand to anj
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DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
Combined Jewish Appeal are these women
of Bay Harbor. They will serve on arrange-
ments committee for rally Monday evening.
Feb. 20, at Bay Harbor pool and cabana
club. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Larry
S.lverman. Mrs. Tom Kravitz. Mrs. David
Abel and Mrs. Benjamin Kane. Standing
are Anne Broad. Mrs. Harry Oleans. Mrs.
Shepard Broad and Mrs. Fred Levine.
Mapping plans for Feb. 14 to 19 Heart Fund drive are (left to
right) J. N. McArthur. chairman of 1956 fund raisinq cam-
paign, Mrs. Grover Morrow. Jenninqs Randolph of Washing-
ton, D.C., Mrs. Claude Pepper and Dr. Louis Katz, famed Chi-
cago heart specialist. Randolph and Katz were guest speakers
at Greater Miami Heart Association's kickoff dinner last week
in the McAllister hotel.
Feb. 29 Nears as Plans Finalize
For Women's Extravaganza Here
Continued from Peg* 1 B
round president; vice presidents
Mrs Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Monte
Selig and Mrs. Simonhoff; corre-|
sponding secretary'. Mrs. Samuel
N. Friedland: recording secretary,
Mrs. Moe Feingold; and parliamen-
tarian, Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers.
The big sponsoring committee to
which names are being added daily
include:
The Meadami Allan \ u Mi
Alpert, Benjamii .\;>,.-:.
i : i k.in. Meyei Bash n David
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Clank. Willi.u Mm- Bur-
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iterature Theme
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:
e month of February
*""* Public l-'hr> ,s ,r'
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nov"els writ
ing the past
ir.e of the mc
America WnU^rHr* J
irin0V"hePmonh-ong pro-
the past 40 years.
America Redd" ami has trtcn plan-
ned, according to Dr. I^rank B.
Sessa. director of the library, "be-
cause of the increased interest in
American-writing, particularly fic-
tion. Readers and writers arc now
looking at American writing from
lew viewpoint. Many arc ju*t
.- *
discovering the great variety and
exciting content and style of the
work produced during the past 40
yars."
The library plans to call atten-
tion through its exhibit not only
to the literary giants of the period
I but also to the lesser-known fiction
writers who have made a contribu-
tion to the
Panel Discussion Saturday feat urea' Hearth Theme
Health ana* Happiness club held Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct.
y
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a panel discussion Saturday eve-
ning at the Spinoza O d t d o o r
els, as well as biographies and
books of literary criticism, will be

ea. Nov
lections.
Discussants included Dr. S.
Hanoka, Beach physician; Harry
Kershew, club president; and Mrs.
Rose Miller, health resort operator.
Moderator was Herbert Hut-
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J-riday .February 17
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Kaplan, Margoiuis
On Nassau Vacation
Nassau's Emerald Beach hotel is \
the honeymoon destination of the,
former Anne Kaplan and Howard
Wolff Margoiuis. who were mar-
ried Sunday at 4:30 p.m. in Temple
Israel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Hyman Kaplan. 1828 SW
21st ter. Mr. Margoiuis is the son
01 Mr. and Mr- Mortimer H. Mar-
goluis, Mamaroneck. N Y.
Mr. Kaplan gave his daughter in
marriage. She wore blush pink
peau de soie gown with bodice of
handclipped alencon lace. Ap-
pliques of lace and beads adorned
the skirt which extended into a
cathedral train.
A crown ol seed pearls and se-
quins held her veil of silk Illusion
White phalaenopsis orchids, lily of
the valley and English ivy on a
white confirmation Bible made up
the bridal bouquet.
Miss Phyllis Kaplan was her li-
ter's maid of honor. Mrs. Bernard
Gordman and Miss Marilyn Kur-
man. classmates of the bride at
Stephens College and the I'M. were
bridal attendants. Kugene Margol
ills of Mamanmeck was his broth-
ers best man. Arnold Margoiuis
and Albert H. Kahn >erved as ush-
er-.
Reception followed in the Tem-
ple patio.
The couple will be at home at
2158 S\V 14th ter.. after Feb. 29.
Levities Announce
Edna's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Irvine.
1751 James ave.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Edna May. to Harold
Martin Hirshman. son of Mr. and
Mr- Harry Hirshman. Philadel-
phia.
The bride-elect
Miami Beach High School, where
-he was a member of honor soeiet]
Ud active in school event- She s
a junior at l'niver-it> Ol Miami,
president of Delta Phi EdbUod so-
cial sorority. Alpha Lambda Delta
women's freshman honorary. Al-
pha Epsilon Delta pre-medical hon-
orary and Beta Beta Beta.
*ji&e4> rtwwt^iotA
Guest on the Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Max S*ndlr i
Center, Haas., and the Morris Schiffs, Columbus. O Ma u sj
a sport* shoe firm, white Morris is chairman of the board of Z
Shoe Manufacturers. eatlother vacationer with a story: La*
and Ms wife at the Atrip*, celebrating his first complete
tiremeet Loo's former! reasurer and director of a major
poratlen. .
The Max Mandlos marked their 65th wedding anniversar*
week. .Max is a retired wholesale meat dealer. Son Henry uj
tired t?hemical engineer, who acted as host with his wife it
fair The Loon Levy home. 850 Lakeview dr.. now belong,
Alfred Werblows, daughter Gail and son Jool. They moved here'i
A''s broUejl
a nt Newport News. Va. Oail attends Beach High, while
s a graduate "^{^^d from Paris, is a student at U of M.
Dr. Charles Warblow. .
Pinetree dr.'s Morris Modofs had as their guests at a J+M
Inn dinner party their nephew and his bride. Mr. and Mr*. InrinsjT^
of Pittsburgh.
MOM ABOUT ANN/VMSAJlttS 4MB 6UIS1S JOtT* SHOftE LAMES
Rutgers
president of the Student Body. He
is a lieutenant junior grade in the
United States Navy, stationed in
Philadelphia.
No date
wedding.
ssja
has been set for the

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National hotel this week was
Children to Fete
Henry Liebmans
Mr and Mrs. Henry I.iebman. of
1004 Meridian ave.. will observe
their 40th wedding anniversary on
Sunday. Feb. 19.
They were married in New York
City and moved to Miami Beach
from Brooklyn in 1948.
Mrs. Liebman is a member of
the board of the Hebrew Academy,
rladassah and has been cited for
her work in the Bonds for Israel
Campaign. She belong- to Temple
Emanu-EI Sisterhood and Mizrachi.
Mr. I.iebman was formerly with
the New York Life Insurance Co.
and was treasurer of Congregation
Torah Vodaath for many years.
~A dinner in their honor will be
held at 31 Shore Drive North. Mi-
ami, which will be followed by a
reception in the late evening.
Out-of-town guests and relatives
from New York will attend. Act-
ing as hosts for the dinner and
reception will be their children.
Mr-. Bernice E. Honig. Miami
Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour B.
Liebman. Miami, and their three
grandchildren. Charles S. Liebman
and Barry and l^anny Honig.
The Honey's Bamboo room was the site of a recent silver i_
affair hosted by the Mormon Gordons in honor of Mr. and Mrt. 1
min Isrool, Miami Beach and Hull, Mass. Guests included PA.
1 / Mrt. Loon Kayo and Cindy Both, Maiden, Mass.; the Bon Dtlnkki.1,
Mr. Hirshman is a graduate of g^gj^T Mi PaoU Mllla. and Stephen Dolnick. Boston: ,
University, where he was | M^ Ra|ph Dt)vWj Franklin, Mass. .
Also Mr. and Mrs. A. Simons and Miss Beverly Simons, Mr.
Mrs. Jack Soidol and Mr. and Mrs. Simutl Oberttein, Hull; Ma
Hamburg, Mrs. Sarah Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ralby, .
Israel, Danny Gordon, Faye Baker, Mrs. Loo Stono and son Edwaril
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bockor, of 3333 Garden ave., are in California.]
Sam's attending meetings of savings and loan groups Mrv Al 0
las, Mrs. Sidney Band and Mrs. Bonjamin Shinkman were kept
Tuesday helping as hostesses at a Valentine luncheon for
Children's Home in Israel. The home's a project of B'nai
Women and North Shore chapter, of which Mrs. Goorga Baltud, 1
president, presented the affair. Site was the Bay Harbor
home, 1022G West Broadview dr., of Mrs, Harry Jacobton. .
PHYSICIANS WIVES ARTIST ***** m0m0
Physicians Wives club met for their February meeting at
home of Mr.. Mauric. Edolman. 5237 LaGorce dr-------Guest sp
was popular artist and instructor at the University ol Miami fc
Mastin University of Chicago, University of Mexico. University
Wisconsin and University of Southern California are some of the r
schools at which Gono has taught. He's also exhibited at the
politan in New York, the Whitney Museum there and the Art
of Chicago. ..
Celebration of the golden wedding anniversary of ,Mr. and
Morris Chaxanof, 3191 Day ave., Coconut Grove, will highlight the I
Friday evening service of Israelite Center. Before taking up
dence here in 1947. the Chatonofs were Kingston. NA. r
where Morris was in the grocery business. _____
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IIEIMAN
Greenberqs Mark
pjationai notet mis weeic was ,AII *
the scene of 32nd wedding an- 50th Anniversary
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. "
Landau, of New York City.
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Fiftieth wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mr-. A Greenberg. 1521
Lear School Youth
In Graduation Fete
Students of the Lear School
showed their ability to attempt a
difficult task recently, when they
presented the opera Carmen as
the highlight of their commence-
ment exercises.
Heading the cast was Natasha
Feinman as Carmen Mis- Fein
man recently won a $2.2000 schol.
Judge Nelson Gets SJItal
Service Award
in ,111 csaaj tuiiim uut-w rtie oiu- miiuuc imw.imi-. ua; naiuui i-
ie GreenberfS' dents Taking the Easy Wa| Out'" 1 lands club and the American and
Othen in the cast were Ray j F|orjda Baf Associations. He has
Ml. and MIS. GREENBERG
SW 6th st.. will be celebrated Kri- man recently won a $z.zuuu scnoi-
day with a dinner in their honor arship to the I'niversity of Miami
at the Algiers hotel. jn u Cssav eonteat titled "Are Stu-
Ho-ts will be the
four children and
dren. Stemhardt, Susan Meyer-on and
The Greenbergs were married in D>vW Ba-ker.
New York City 50 yean ago and dancers were Midge Ashbach.
wore pioneer Gainesville Fla., resi- Barbara Baderman. Carol Cohen,
dent- They cam. t Miami in Hobyne Karden. Gail Sandman and
1937. Robert Sand-.
Children pre-ent were their Tne Production numbers includ-
daughters. Mr- Morn- Garfaer and ,,(i ;'" students of the High School
Mr- Samuel Migden. and their Tne opera was coached by Robert
son-. Max and Morn- Greenberg. Wiltaie, with choreography ban-
Grandchildren included Mr and d,c<' b>' Gertrude Krause
Mrs BaiTJ Garber, Alan and Mar- The commencement exeni-<>s
shall Garber. Judith Migden and began with David Basker giving
Michelle. Robert and Mark Green- ,ne -salute to the flag. Roberta
berg. Sands the scripture reading, and
Dr Ira Heifer and Mr- G BoaaaV Boaffl Meyeraon as the salutato-
thal were among out-of town rela- nan
The Greater Miami chantfr
the National Multiple
Judge Theodore Nelson, of Bay Society swung to Miami BeadFl
Harbor Islands, has been presented' its 1956 goal for SI00.600 for
.. Mto^ Service Award -^. g fflS
for 1955 1956 by the Surfside-, Mg victims in th,^ area.
Golden Beach Junior Chamber of Mrs Merel M. Dunne, presid
Commerce. of the local chapter.
Nelson has served as Town The MS canister drive op
Judge m Bay Harbor Islands since .J^;.* T^to
his aPPO">-i Beach drive was the $100+1
Gold Key donor dinner
held Sunday. Feb. 5. in the
Pompei at the Eden Roc
1951 At the time of
ment he was one of the youngest
men ever to hold any judicial posi-
tion in Dade county.
Judge Nelson is married and the
father of one child. His affiliations
include Kiwanis, Bay Harbor Is-
served as treasurer of the North
Shore Jewish Center.
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Ardmore
Bl, son of Mr. and Mrs.
jbritt, 810 Lakettew dr.,
tcome Bar Mitzvah Sat-
\.Ub. 18. at Temple Beth
Rabbi Leon KrOnish
bfiiaate. Michael, a stu-
Beth Sholom religious
t attends eighth grade of
|us Junior High.
lers Are Hosts
lonor of Alan
on Ol Mr and Mrs. Moe
will become Bar Mitzvah
bba'h morning services of
[)avid Congregation.
is an eighth grade student,
namlnah Junior High School.
a member of the YGA of
ca at Shenadoah and has
Rending Beth David religi-
hool lor the past three years.
bf-town guests will include
kndmnther. Mrs Anna Miller,
Ir. an! Mrs. sum I'inkofsky,
Miller^ will be hosts at Oneg
mj)m,
Mowing late Friday
service- and Kiddush on
\h morning.
Ascfi is Topic
bch Scheffner, director of the
i Daily Forward -taff, will be
fr at a meeting Friday of the
ncn- (ircle at 25 Washing-
p'iner will discuss "Sholem
This is the
a series of lorums organ-
1 iltun committee of
hen". Circle Branch 692.
Out-of-Towners
To Fete
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Weiner. will become Bar Mitzvah
at Sabbath morning services' of
Beth David Congregation.
Robert is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School and has attended Beth Da-
vid religious school for the past
four years.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon. New York
City, and Mrs. Lemberger, of Cali-
fornia.
The Weiners will be hosts at
Oneg Shabbat following late Fri-
day night services and Kiddush on
Sabbath morning.
Ardmore
Charles, son of Mrs. Frances
Popoff and Mr. Moe Popofi,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Emanu-El Saturday,
Feb. 18. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate. Charles is a sev-
enth grade student at Miami
Beach High and attends Tem-
ple Emanu-El religious school.
Michael Dresner Bar Mitivah
At Temple lion Services
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Dresner, 5760 SW 10th st ,
will become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services, Feb.
18, of Temple Zion. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman will officiate at the Sab-
bath ceremony.
Michael is an eighth grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior High
School. He is patrol leader of
Troop 328 and attends the religious
school of Temple Zion.
Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Kutun. will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services, Feb. 18, of Israel-
ite Center. Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky will officiate. Eugene is
a seventh grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High and
attends Israelite Center religi-
ous school.
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Gold, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning,
' Feb. 18, at the North Shore Jew-
ish Center. Rabbi Mayer Ab-
ramowitz will officiate. Mark is
a student at the Center and at-
, tends seventh grade of Nautilus
'Junior High.
Turk Represents Brandeis at U of F Inaugural Feb. 16
Harold Turk, former Mayor of
Miami Beach, represented Bran-
deis University in Waltham, Mass.,
at the inauguration of Julius Wayne
Rietz as president of the University
of Florida on Feb. 16.
A Fellow of Brandeis University
Richard Cohen will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services, Feb. 18, of Mon-
ticello Park Congregation. Re-
ception will follow in his honor
at home. Richard is son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Cohen, of
North Miami Beach. The Co-
hens will mark the golden wed-
ding anniversary of her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Theo-
dore, on same day.
Wight luncheon Out day noon. Feb. 21, at Candle Light
rler Granada Jewish Com-|Inn in Coconut Grove. Mrs. Maur-
' Center women's group will I** Donn and Mrs. Arnold Micheal-
candlelight luncheon Tues-' son are co-chairmen.
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Nurses Graduate,
Are Capped Here
Graduation ceremony of the Feb-
ruary class and capping ceremony
of the October class of Mount Si-
nai hospital's School of Practical
Nursing was held last week at the
hospital.
Presiding at the hour-long cere-
mony was Miss Margaret Tarrer,
Dean of Girls. Miami Beach High
School. Miss Mildred Vogel. hos-
pital director of nursing, awarded
the pins, diplomas and caps. Ex-
tending greetings on behalf of the
hospital was Samuel Gertner,
Mount Sinai executive director.
Guest speaker for the event was
Mrs. Abbie L Brant, recently
elected president of Miami Divi-
sion 9, Licensed Practical Nurses
Association of Florida, Inc.
Students who have completed
their year-long training course are
Mrs. Frances Jerslow Kramer, Mi-
ami; Miss Marry Ann Morris, Ft.
Pierce; Miss Mildred Northam, Mi-
ami; Mrs. Helen Stafford, St. Louis;
and Miss# Miriam Weiler, Daytona
Beach.
Students who were capped in-
clude Miss Mary Barrett, Kissimee;
Miss Sandra Cassorla. Miami; Miss
Elsie Deegan, Riverhead, N.Y.;
Mrs. lone Dyer, Miami; Miss Peggy
Elliott. Hallandale; Miss Clare
Fahrer, Miami; Miss Geraldine
Freker, Miami; Miss Carole Gold-
berg, Miami Beach; Miss Emily
Grosso, Miami; Miss Jean Hayden,
Delray Beach; Miss Rose Levy^ Mi-
ami; Miss Myrna Roberts, Pom-
pano Beach; Miss Dolores Sebourn,
Lemoyne, Pa.; Miss Doris Shouse,
Miami: Miss Willie Mae Sloan, Mi-
ami; Miss Hazel Stowe, Panama
City; Miss Virginia Tate, West
Palm Beach; Mrs. Marie Varrato,
Miami.
since 1951, Turk joined repre-
sentatives of other universities in
Thursday afternoon's formal aca-
demic ceremonies.
Recipient of the Medal of Merit
of the Republic of Ecuador and the
Medal of Honor of the City of Hav-
ana, Turk is also honor member of
the Cuban Chamber of Commerce,
San Martin Institute of the United
States, Asociacion de Funcionarios
del Poder Judicialde Cuba, Club
Nautico Internacional of Cuba and
Union Democratica Interamericana
of Lima, Peru.
Identified in past years with a
number of civic enterprises, he is
presently a trustee of Miami Beach
Comedy Dancers
Due at Auditorium
Mat a and Hari, comedy dancers,
longtime concert favorites and now
j the top attraction on television,
I come to Miami on Wednesday, Feb.
22, 8:30 p.m., with their company.
Their performance in Dade
1 county auditorium will be under
the auspices of the Milenoff Con-
cert Assn., Inc.
Mata and Hari are one of the
tainment world. Their recent suc-
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cesses on television have greatly |
augmented their public, and this
season they are making a concert
tour of more than 50 cities.
As satirists and mimes. Mata and
Hari lead the dance field. They j
spoof the ballet, the sports news-
reel, the ratified precincts of Car-
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land Latin-American nightclubs.
In the program designed for the
eye, the ear and the imagination,
Mata and Hari have been delight-
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HMii^miIteTMt.Sinai Jubilee RflhStlijjMJto*J**
Ed Sullivan, syndicated colum- bilee chairman. "Sullivan will head |
DM and nationally famed TV star, a parade of ^formers m a four-
will act as master of ceremonies for hour ShOW. With S173.UUU m rr
Mount Sinai hospitals 'all star" ,ceipts we are shooting for this
Jubilee at Miami Beach auditorium year There are no solicitations
on Mar 1. This is the fifth con- during the show. Kane stroseci.
setfutta timejjbat he has agreed Revenue is derived only by contn-
to appcaf in tlfot capacity. Outions for tickets.
AcAiMh" Howard *Kane:'Ju-t As head of Mount Sinai Jubilee
-Th ^ m J^H***^--------I, since 1952. Sullivan and his shows
...- |attempts. Once agai nhe will be
Exhibit FeatUreS |have raised over $500,000 m four
aided by top names in show busi-
Three Artists
Seventh annual Greater Miami event.
Industrial Exposition scheduled for|--------
Dinner Key auditorium Mar. 3 to>
11 will be "the most lavish and1
spectacular in exposition history."
Randolph B. Railey. general chair-
man, said this week.
"More products, more exhibits
and even larger crowds than those
which jammed last years exposi-
tion are anticipated -
An additional featuJ5
(Latin American thr-5
I cording to the cnair^
an international air to HT
it." *
esi Such personalities as Tony
Exhibition of paintings m*!"^"-^*'^.
drawings bv three New York art-(bonds. Joe E. Leuis. Micke> noon
"is being presented at the Mia-ley. S.d Caesar Xavier Cugat and
5 Beach aVCenter. 2100 Collins Mother top notches.have previously
ave throuh Feb 23. | appeared with Sullitan.
,,sePh Raskin recipient of the Working wh Sull.van ... secure
MoSS European Scholarship and the talent. rtMtali^tSTol
a Tiffany Foundation Fellowship. !*. be Jerry Baker, local head of
has exhibited in the Pennsylvania the American Guild of Variety
Academy. Corocoran and Carnegie Artists, and Paul Bruun amuse-
Galleries and many others, as well men, editor ... the M.am. Beath
as ... Paris and Berlin This artist Sun. who will sen.- U <*ha rn
has selected a variety of subjects of the Jubilee s entertainment com-1
including landscape, figure and mittee.
still life painted in oils. Baker explained that a of the
. stars appearing in the Mt Sinai
Albert Abramov.tz. another ex- Jubjlpe V0,unU,(,r (ht,ir services free patient service, added clinics,
hibitor in this group, attended ( ol- jh h ap aereemen, l>etwt,cn the rosearch laboratories, free hospital
J2S "fth eSfmn m'^.: hospital and the American Guild ^ and mcdlcatlon t0 the
Paris, wun exniDmon m*">' of variety Artists in,s u a result d teaching and training
&S2^25< --1.....-si h:s"" ,,,r muLs- r"i"cn,,
, I Etchers Included in a lengthy pltlllUtiUD to any ACVA member and BUr8e8.
list of presentations This artist in good standing.
Was also honored by the Diploma Kane pointed out that funds
de Grande Prix in Turin. Italy, and
the* Bronze Medal in an exhibition
a) Clichy. France.
The current exhibit inciudi
arc) a collection of block-print-.
Third member of the trio is
ry Herring, who received his art
cation in America. A few collec-
- in which the artist's work is
ted include the Whitney
Museum, Carnegie Institute. Metro-
an Museum, Koziki collection
in Mexico City and Tagliabue in
L Angeles.
Ben -bowing recent paint-
marie in the national parks ol
the West.
ROOF LEAK?
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VICTOR CONN
Let us repair it r apply
a new one. For frte
estimate phone:
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IMIM JEWMSH
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Beth Sholom Adults Offer
Course in Hebrew Language
Judge Harry a. Greenberg,
chairman ol the hoard ol educa
tion of Temple Beth Sholom. Wed-
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i department will begin its
195H series ol Classes in Hebrew
Feb 22 in the religious
school buildii
1 asses will continue ever) Wed-
I I -day evening at the same time
inner, in-
I nd advanced -!u
and will be taught by a atai
r supervision of
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Sholom.
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Held Here For Teachers
Thursday, Feb. 2, 1n ftifr new gurti
TMch C.ort in Our Re-
Lu-'W" '^ sub-
eminar eMlM Jew;
j. Greater
,inar was held on I sch>
torium of Temple Israel and SOD
sisled of two sessions.
The first session dealt with
th psycbologiclal,va*pcctsr of the
national .ttaUftioi lb teinenUuy
:Wo\ child based on an edwea
rional fihn cntlUed ',* Chtld is
jDWeHa*." T* diMMK o
film was led by Dr. Jess Spirer,
coordinator, Guidance (enter at
[the- University of Miami.
The second session was de-
voted to a panel and workshop ses-
won on :*Hojjto Twatb God The
panel confuted ^JtSfafrhi i*nn
Kronisfc, trf'^Tempie *eth Sholom.
!OT
Pag
'anil1 SMiWryaTM'
Bl. Congregation,
was Habbi Joseph R.
Temple Israel.
Workshops were led by Her-
bert Berger, director of extension
activities; Cantor Jack Born stein,
du(Htional director of Temple Is-
rael. Abraham Gittelson, educa-
tional director of North Shore Jew
11 B
rsky, ofish Center; and Isidore Dickman,
Moderator I educational director of Beth Da-
Narot, of vid religious school. Panel rabbis
and Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the Bureau, were con-
sultants.
AUGUST BROS. Hv7
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MAURICE STRAUSS
R. of |M 7th st Miami Bear!.. M*j
J..n 2.". at home. He mj h' '""'
v,nv |I0 from Ihooklxn. V\- ''' '
survive.! bv his wife. Sar.h; f f"
,,. Beatrice: and four a.ms in.lu.lim:
Man Miami Reach. S.rvl.-s wer*
STta in River.i.l.-Hea.-h Memo.-la
Chanel. Washington ave.. with burial
in Mt. Sinai tVnietery.
DR. ADOLPH EICMORN
(ii of ITTJ Riarrlta dr died .Ian. .. In
S toeal hospital. A retire* *
,.,1,.pI. he waa a P"th"Joelst In
I" S Armvand a member of the x
elation of MIlttAO BUIWW P?,ar
and Maaona. He Ii -"""! by '
wife. Charlotte a son. v.- vln ;"?"
Mr, k Bern h: and Mater ind brp h-
er In Hungary. Servi.es were in New-
man-Oordoa Funeral Home
CARL WENDELL
- nt 1T77 Collins :iv. .1 wlnt. r I
Long Beach, N v for
- died Jan. W Bu
..,-.. Mollle; two none, Marahan
Henn roui brotl "lln-
Nal. ., ''
., member of Kn ghta >l 1
nd t. mnle lerael, Uonu Beach Scrv-
I .- and Interment were in New iik
MRS. GENEVIEVE WISCH
( SOTS SW 1st st.. h.
A Ind..
l^oula; two < n. Herbei I.and A
\ 11 H'K

Obituaries 5A?&* u *
BervfcMaaa burial were in New ) ork.
,th Wveralde-Beach^cnmrlal hau-
I'r
-

her mother. Mm Btl SI.
and five grandchildren Ben
Jan !4 In Rlvei
. i ...... with but al in mi
Cemeti
CHARLES WOLF
.. ... en'i clothing
.pital her.
. \.
lived at :

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a th b H x v "<
DR. JACOB FLAX
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MRS HATTiE HRR 9
Tl. winter Mall
I
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-
nil Int.
\. i
it
airangements
MRS DORA WEINBERG
:,. .ed"^.leT.x JU lJ h., ".-
Of aiiangrm.nl*
BENJAM.N JACOBSON
, IM! NVV lth .- de Feb^l.
three i'Hi *< ... ,lHt^r and a
- hl" "'/ IT. .1.1, 2 in River-
i leach
. I ale,
|.,l, in RKer-
ptnV
h burial in ML Sin-I
asttai2rM.f^ -*

,: a retired i _
. i,s wlfi Reb. J
ave wh burial In New lora
HARRY M. ALBUM
Ben -- and Interment -
,-,., N V. with R "" '- '
charge local ''- nwnta
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MARRY KATZ
. --..
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ISAOORE FEINGOLD
i .
lal Jan M *
. tor. hi
Si I
NORMAN FANBURG
10 NE ITtl
,. Jan. : In I
lal.-.
.rial In Mt. Blnal I ">
CHARLES KASTNER
x' '.
,, ., i! ... Hide-Bea. h Mi
Chain v. In i
MRS BELLA BERMAN
-. e here U
S. V. In" H it he; "
- ,\ t. Three da u I
Itiith Kavi m -- B< ->" and
,i l.urlal r i
v. v.
i .1.
s.
MUNICH R COHEN
. M.
\. -. ltd
ed Jan 1
Inrlude I

Jan I" M,'
i- |, n tn
il .-. mete )
MEYER SHULMAN
" Itai ave ., winter vl-ltor
died ivi. I Berv-
u..shlnat.>n.
M, of
Waihii
\ McmorUlCW-
in hatye of 'I
Rh
.' \\
at ransemt nti

I'nlon H*
for U
FV.rward
! M. If
'..
.. \ we-
Moi -
t..
In \.w
York >'h Heilman Funeral Hoi
nt-.
FREDERICK HAMBURGER ^
HAIMAN FEINBERG
wh"
\. w rork
i -,-.
v III Kate I
-.
Rlveralde B
Plaster t.. I" '
i ingemi i -
MRS RAE FREEDMAN
: sw :th i died
Sh< had lived her. SO
-i .mi Atlantic i "it\. N.J
an h.r huaband, Jn
Mn \i,nette I lebow-
iti and Mr- Marilyn &>*' two
hroth ..ii i four i" and. I lldren.
w.-. Jan II :.; Oordon'a
Puaeral Home, with burial In Mt
Nebo Cemetary.
MRS. MIRIAM GLASS
M, wh" rame here 17 vear ago from
Detroit. Mi. h. and resided at
Michigan ave.. died .Ian II In local
MRS CLARA Y STERN
.- r 410 NW th -t Hied l-.-h. 1-
her huaband. Ml-
. .,,. Leonard, and
Simon ';
t.. with banal
MRS. SADIE BORTMAN
avi wh....." to
- ,M. -.1
!. I ale, uitn
Ml B n.ii Cemi t<
MRS SARAH KESSE' L
.. I nv. died
, ,.|. nor lal
Of lo-
Vnrk
: go n- f... Ida
. In Nea
and Mi s i ;,.i.lie Cohan and im
son. Nathan, survive. Seivi..- and
burial were In New York, with Rtvtr-
: ... h M. in..rial Chapel. V
Injtton a\e. in iiarge of local ar-
rangementa
MEYER BEINHORN
. .;-,. Sth -' a ho i
Hi
ring
Phil .. ila'ithter
I Malleni -hei
. v. Jan M in R w raid*
Mi nand-
,ni.-
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STANLEY CHERRY
v :
p|<| N V

25, with '
MRS. RACHEL BASSE

nkl vi ST
R.I RIv
MRS. DOROTHY GOODMAN
\\ aahlncton av< died in a
hospital Jan 16 She had resided here
ears, eomlng from New fork.
Sh.. i- survived by four a.ins. Includ-
ing Walter Powell; and three daugh-
ter*, idlng Mri Bhli lej I
burial were in New
York, with R h III norlal
Chanela Washington gvc la i hargg '
.. ':.:......
HARRY ROSENTHAL
.,, i.i dh d tat week.
follow ..- F b I a'
Memorial < hapel.
Intel tn,nt waa In
i. Para
MRS MARGARET SHAPIRO
. ,, winter
and. rili d in SI In
tal Her huah ind M innel.
nnd two ii rive Ben i -
f>l | al r.iv.-r-i.i. Beach Mo-
mortal Cl i
BENJAMIN WEISS
I. l'\ ion ,i\e died In a h.<-
,,;.,,! i i retired furnl-
dealer, coming here three year*
Cleveland Ha la aurvltaad bj
.. if. l,ena. one daugbtet two aten-
daughters tw.. I.-others and four al-
. and burial were in
Cleveland, with Rlveralde-Beach Mi--
mortal Chapel, Normandy laaa, In
. barge of io-al grranaementi
MRS. ROSE HOFFMAN
fs of nil NW lal at who cam* here
laht y.-ars a>.-'. from Newark. N.J..
died .Ian II NJhe waa a member of
Workman's Cl Branch W9 and
- her huaband, Mas twa wn.
n and David thr.....lauchtara,
M '"elia Bolodar, Mis l.illiaoi. Ter-
and Mrs Man Man* .d r\x
l-'eh. 1
ii with burial
In Mt, Blnal meter)
waa In charge of arrangementa.
ARON HVIM
it. of Sll Waahlngton ave.. died Jan.
s Hlveralde-Hea. h Memorial i hapel,
Alton rd.. vkaa In charga of arrange-
menta.
AtRAHAM Z. AXILRAO
7n of Salt lke CHjr. cllwd Jan. N.
Neainan-'iordeai r"unetal Home Waa
in ghar < loci arrangegafata.
MfMk MOLLIE BBATERMAN
44 4 17 NE -th pU. died Jan. 27
te'tXegwere '" R'veridde-
ilea.-h Memorial ChaMl. Normandy
lal".with burU.1 In K Slaal Ceme-
tery. _______
SIMON SOLOMON
7'. of 1S70 Jamee ave.. a winter vIkI-
lor from Norwi.h. I'onn.. died heie.
with Mivlcee and burial Jart. 17 In
Norwkh Rlveralde-Heach Memorial
.hanel. Alton rd.. waa In charge of
ml iMiapel of liordon Funeral Honte,
arrangementa. _________
MAURICE EICHEL
T7 of 1746 Cleveland rd.. died Feb. 8.
i'retired wnoleaale ladlea wear .m
earn ownar, he name here ix yean
ago from I in. Innatl and leaven his
wife, Hattle; two laiightera. Mrs
Madeline Mmhelni and Mra. Helle
ilaniin S.tvl.ea were Feb. t In NOW-
man-Oordolt Funeral Home.
MRS. FANNIE MALPERT
19 of 1"'2 Jefferaon ave.. died Feb. 9
in'a local hospital. She came here five
veara ago from Lynn. Maaa.. and
ieavea her husband. Harry, a son.
Louis; two daughter*. Mrs. lairothv
Kaplan and Mra. Pearl Wllklaon.
s. iM.-ea and burial were In Lynn.
with Ki\.i-i.i. I'eai h Memorial t'hap-
,.| in chare* loeaj arrangementa.
DAVID POSNER
(0, of U4 Jefferaim ave., died P.-b '
at horn* \ i-iiie.i retail drv K..,..i-
merchant, he came her.- m years ago
from I'lalnfield N .1.. and la aurvlved
by hla wife, J.nnie. and rlaujrhter,
Mrs Gertrude Blonln Rh...... Beach
Memorial Chapel waa in .harKe of lo-
nta.
MRS. JENNIE KAY
57, of III NB 7111 st wh.. cams hare
iko tioin Son K.an.ls, ... died
f, i, Shi eavea hei husband. 11 .
ry; a aon, Ira and a grandchild. Berv-
i, ,.* m, ,. I". lk |0 In (inrdon'a Miami
Chanel, with burial III Mt Nelai Ceme-
lary.
JOSEPH HERMAN KRUOER
'>. of 1H7U lames IM .lied Keb. f!
Banrtcei were In Chlceuyo, with New-
inaii-i I. ti Punaral Home In charge
of arrangements
JACK V LEVINE
4v. .s wlnte< vialtoi fiom Hageratow v..
Md.. f-T the |... Bad
II,. madi a al x:i4 Ha
ave and :- -urvUe.l hv his Wife,
Vivian a alater. Mrs Kle..n. Mi
and two broth.-:- Bervlcea w.-ie I-. l.
I in Rlvrlrie-Beach M.-noilal Chan
el. N'ni ni.. d\ Isle, with burial In
liracelatid Memorial I'ai k
SAMUEL HORNIK
17. who was in the mounted Honor
Cuard f"t Preeldaat Theodore Roose-
velt While -eivmg In the nth Regi-
ment It I -e < ven worth. Kan., In 1911.
died Keb fi He .ame her 1 yeara
ago from Now York, where he was a
membei "f the folumhli Maaonlc
I>tee He lived at I Ml Wekt 21a! t .
and la survived bv hla wife. Oertrude.
and alx sons. Martin. Robert. I -onard.
Peter. Heorge and Richard. S,-rvicce
were Feb. 7 at Newman Hoi.Ion Fu-
neral Home, with but lal In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery-
ARK GORDON
79. winter visitor from New York, died
HVh. 4 Riverside Iteach Memoilil
rhapel waa In harge of lo<-al arrange-
menta.
el. Alton r*.. |
r:.n"dWS
with burWiTtSj*^
Joseph
Dead at 74
NEW YORK (JT,"
Rumshinsky. leading ~
the Yiddish strii
States, died here 1-
operation. He was 7( -
Mr. Rumshinsky, wwj
conductor, pianist jnjf
numerous productioai,
dish itage, wrote i
operettas (or that
period of half a cti
music for dramas
ductions.
He was working on
Hebrew, entitled
was to have been
rael. when he beci
also engaged, in ..
writing the score fori
the English stage.
An intimate of
major figure connertij
Yiddish theatre, Mr]
was a member of theL
rectors of the Yiddisij
Alliance, an honorary |
the Hebrew Actors tins
president of the Sock!
Composers and Song
of the Canton Associa_
Born in Russia uhere]
magic, Mr Rurnsniata
United States in 1904.
| "Honor Tj/ft
I M.i-
the si -it-- to meno
> lovt ; nth j
I ment I tSrrf 3.
T hum
> friend*.
miimtv .1 K'lilJff _
truly r*i nuint oil
t tho-.' wl 'jvt fv*tH
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THURMOI
MONUMENT!
Tfet 2-Sfary WWil
3253 S.W. 8th Sf.
I MARKEIS
plus CeaHttry I
Oaea J^T
MRS BELLE BAUM
th al All 'I I
Rl
! -i w..s 111 !,., .
' Tit -
CHARLES SHAPERA
fi!>. of ]iil SU 1 -iilent
hen 11 \.-ar-. died Jan II H
merlj Uyi a I v Y
wai a member of \i n Hebrew
s. hool 1 ml 1 *on Servicei
I In Riveraldi ':. h Memo-
rhapel w. it., with
v
died
MRS. MAE LIEBLINO
:., of 4 Went San Marino dr.
p>b 6 In local hoapilaL She came
he-r Ii \.-i ago friini Baltimore
Rurvlviqg are her huaband, Norman;
for- I two dainjhtera, Mr. Jane Hemeleln
and I and Mis Retti OoMataln; two aimer*
and three lirothera Servlrea wer.
7 in Rlveralde>Reach Memorial rhap-
el. Alton ni. lth burial In 4>a"el.tnd
I'..ik
JACOB FELMAN
1 SW lth I "
Miami !
CHARLES STONF
' dr., died Jan. N.
Ie-Bi Mi 1 1 I ai -
ion rd ,s m ha 1 gi of loi .il ar-


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11
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MRS. LILLIAN BRAUNSTEIN
SW

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1 teln. A
two gra 1
. Jan
. with burial In Ml Ne -
u
MRS FANNIE GLOGER
I of 119 fW It
1 si,|. ii- foi K
Ne v York. S' I
Hoi ghtei '! ~. 1 1 1 1: -
iehlldreti
children
; 4 on'f I- .1.- : .11 H
iii Mi Nebo 1
SAMUEL FORMANSKY
I \. v
B, I Mi

LOUIS ISAACS
ii IT in
1: with
HARRY GORDON
ital Hi
M two
with burial in M- s
MRS. FANNIE VS
' H4S B iclld avi
A Fiorii'a reeldent for thi im I
Mine h^re from Phi
i-lii.i with her huaband Ran who
lied in Mm. IM. Burvlvorn
her aon. N'ewt.m nd brothi Ben-
jamin Brook s. v aren Ian
at Blverahle-Heach Memo 1 : rhapel
Waahlneton a\-e.. with Interment In
MRS ROSE SAVMON
l. Wl .
II
with burial 1 gi
with 11.
in eh
MORRIS MICHAEL TAYLOR
11 null n
' I 1. 1
H I I Kewi
t of |o-

HARRY EDWARD WALTON
> iii. d
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Internal
nclude
Service*
I
llawn
OSCAR HAM
ataia*
com-
rvlve.l
fi ,. .
< riordofi
with
I
HYMAN ROSENBERG
14, died I-. 1. I in a hoai.li.il Ha rama
her* .-iL-hl M-nrii ago Jrom New \ork
and Inert at 1*11 PennevlvanlB m.
H. im. 11 o .'11I..-1 of Workmen'* rir-
ele. Branch :. N Y He i aurvlved bv
hi. wife. !*-nn: two ilauahtrr* and
four aon*. in.hiding Phil. Miami
1 md burial wWe In Hew Torn,
with Hi isl I. It.a. h Memorial 4'hap-
.1 Waahlntrton ave.. la charge of local
arraiiK.m- nil
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LW|U tltWI >' "'
Cash lot D.o<>*8
Hgakiatautiw"*
C0NGRE:
LOAN COM"
na '*(ita
Me.
grand.hll-
Mt

II
MRS. ANNA COHEN
Of lo.
'' '' nta
NORMAN BURGER
Burger Rpi
1 local hoapltal at the
-, H,PRM*N SEPLOW
' '! a* in
of an
Reach.
barge
owner
died Fab, 2
MRS. ANNIE ABED
ii ? '
,"" "" 'roni Kin N ,
xu'r^an
-i other
alater. and a grand, hlld. Kervice-
t
LOUIS SCHOENBERQ
I 1 K\V '.Hi : e ,lled Feh *.
Service, were Keb, 7 in Oordjofl'l I"**-
neral Home, with mlMtanr gravealile
burial at Mt NelK. Cemetery.
4_OUIS FRIEND
*l. of eao] winter vi.ltor.
illeo la.I ... k Servicea ami I
hfllli 1 .iig 1-lanH.
NY wit' de-Raarh Memorial
1 \\ rahingtoa ave., In charge of
local arrang.11:.
NORMAN BUROER
<"?. of lite SW tJrd t^r.. oled Feh.
He was own.-. ,.f Burger'. Speclaltv
<'o. a wholeaali el- \ firm
here. S.H'.,.. ,.... h>|, In i-...1.Ion
Funeral Home, itli bfirlal in Ml
Nebo-1 'i-iii.
MRS. IDA OOLDSTCIN
7S. of Ml H.pannla Way. died l^"'
She had Im^-ii a re.blent h.-re ?l I
oinin. Imm 1 >et roll Bwrvlvor. '
hide a aon. I>an Kallin. two da ugh-
tera. Mia. iVIla Pearce and Mra IMana
Swedlei ; two brother*, three *l*ti -
four rranHrhlldr.-n and alx areat.
grand, hlhlren S.-\ |. e. were Feb. ".
in Newman -Oordun Funeral Home.
With burial In Mt Nebo I'emetei
MARCUS SMITH
4. of I4SI C-arrlta dr. a vlallor from
N*W|wrt New.. Va died Feh
with His emu*-Beach htlflal <3gap-
I
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IWMIBI T0
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17.1956
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ivalescent
formed Here
iapir"
in* r-
treasurer; Mrs.
Si
I
10HN B. Ml, it.
Rabbi Bass Tckes
"SrtepMdinj! secre-
Pmv Turner, corre
*OW Mrs. Anns
hidI secretary.
Cofcen. Mrs. Alfred
oniiational advisory;
Joel P Newman,
_jfh lo;il advisory;
SC'SkSTR Philadelphia Post
Aufman. medieal ad-
(\kki> B Roe, l>u'>- The formal installation of Rabbi
Jerome S. Bas- a-> spiritual leader
^jlion. which was mi- ()| u,eth Emeth Congregation was
There in March. 1954, hcid m the synagogue audito-
lolMr. and Mr- Zitter, rjum Philadelphia. Pa., on Sun-
Er received r initial (|;iV evening, Jan. 29.
ken) with a gill from \ native of Connecticut, Babbi
[ Roth I !l Bail la the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jwinter visitor here. !Benjanjin Bass, 56 NE 51st st,
[ "' Miami. He attended the University
I the organlia- f Florida for two years and trans-
J provides these aims: ft.rre<| to the University of Miami,
[I DOD-profit, non-sec- where he majored in English and
fhome when' sick peo- ] minored in music. He was later
hperale in pleasant, graduated with an AB degree.
bounding- after :> Be- Before coming to Beth Emcth,
[or during the conva- Rabbi Bass was, since 1954. spirit-
i pecial considers- ua| leader of Congregation B'nai
those unable to af- Abraham in Butler. Pa.
i at a private sanitori-
ltommittee> ol tnendly
While serving in the Marine
Corps as a captain of artillery in
tag cheer and comfort j tne 4th Anti-Aircraft Battalion, he
Fand disabled in hos-. decided to study for the rabbinate.
W>" i After his discharge in December
Jip chairman of the 1946. he entered the Jewish Theol-
i Jewish Convalescent ogical Seminary and was ordained
M Hilton V.iiu. 300 in June, 1952.
|e. Miami. In 1953. he returned from a
13-month study trip in Israel.
There he met his wife, the former
Ion i/l Talk Yehudith Orenstein, a fourth gen-
eration Israeli. Rabbi and Mrs.
auditorium last week Bass were mamed in 1953, in
pf a meeting of Ben Jerusalem.
irk Farnand. 1. M.' Dr. Simon Greenberg, vice chan-
mp-tmidi-d Guest ccllor and vice President of k^1"
T, m t*W l h Jwish Theological Scm-
M. Oolob. for- mary o{ America> installed Rai)bl
:w V6rk medical col-
cussion of "Gall Blad-;
bs. Deed- and Mis-
[A f. I>h!on introduced
Bass.
1
TyjGUST BROS Ry^
** fj th,- BEST/
Orr Announces He
Seeks Second Term
State Rep. John B. Orr. Jr.. this s
week announced his plans to seek **
reelection, to the Hpuse of Repre.
sentatLv-s ms ,, member of'the Dad*
COtlrtty delegation, m his initial
political pursuit two years ago,
Orr, was elected to the State Legis-
lature. Group Two, by a majority
of 20,000 votes.
During the last session of the
legislature. Orr helped in the pas
sage of "vital legislation which will
result in the transfer of much gov-
ernmental power from TsilshaSBSC
to Dade county where it belongs."
Upon announcing his plans for
reelection. Orr stated, "I am proud
of the part I played in the legis-
lation of particular local Interest
which was passed during the last
session, including a revision of the
election laws of Miami and Miami
Beach, the creation of a new and
modern charter for the City of
Hialeah. the establishment of a
civil service system for county em-
ployees, a provision tor a county
medical examiner, the authoriza-
tion of a public defender, the plac-
ing of the expenditure of the Port
Authority under the surveillance
of the county budget hoard, the
provision for a maximum 40-hour
work week for the Miami Police
Department, an appropriation for
the establishment of international
theadquarters for the Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce on Miami Beach,
an appropriation to enable the es-
tablishment of a $500,000 state
board of health laboratory in Dade
county."
"During my last campaign I
pledged to the people that I would
do all within my power to bring
a fairer share of the representation
in our legislature to Dade county,"
Orr added. "I helped draft and
steer the passage of the constitu-
tional amendment which provides
for 13 additional representatives
from Dade county. This amend-
ment will be submitted to the peo-
ple In November for their consid-
eration," he continued.
Orr said he will conduct "a
clean, affirmative campaign based
on my record and experience and
I my plans for the future."
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THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
. 55QS N.W. 3rd st.
N H' J C 3 i H 1
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Phone MO 1-8201
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January 1April 1
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Each Account Insured by
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Friday. rek
Services IiTcSeaf^r Miami's Houses Of Wors]
........_____ ------------".......m.ami SYNAGOGUES '..752!LJ5t*l
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services tl
8:15. with Rabbi Yaakov Rosvn-
officJating. Dr Harry Hal
ptrn. president of the Rabbinical
Vssemblv ol America, will be
speaker aba rTiscuss: "Conserva-
tive Judfrfshi Look* Ahead."
tor William Upson renders the mu-
sical portion- of the liturgy. Mr.
and Mrs. Moe Miller and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Weiner will be hosts
.n Oneg Shabbat in honor of their
\ n Miller and Robert Wein-
er, who become Bar Mitzvan dur-
Baturday morning services at B
:"; % *
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
laj evening services 5 30 and-
i p in. Rabbi Morton Maiavak)
will discuss: 'Brotherhood Week
pen Week." Mr. and Mrs, Al-
Weinberg will be hosts it
] Sh.ihli.it in honor ol Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Chasanof. Saturday
morning services are at 9 Bagene, shabbat follows. Mr and Mrs, J(
son ol Mr and Mrs Leoa Kutun, romc Uebeman will in' hosts
will become Bar Mitzvah Cantor
S rat* Salkow render> the mu-i-
portion, of the liturg]
BABBI YAAKOV ffOSfNBHG
. introduces goet
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 15 At 830 pm.. Rab-
bi Jonah (/apian will Stocuas
What is Evil?" Cantor Abraham
renders the musical portion,
ol the liturg) Saturda) looming
ices are at 8:30 Sermon Will
be based on the Weekly Portion
Rabbi's class is at 5 p.m.. followed
l j Mineha and Shalos Sendee,
TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. In honor ol Sisterhood Sab-
bath, guest -peakcr will be Mrs El-
mer I- Mover, oi Dayton, o.. mem-
ber of the executive board of the
National Federation of Temple Sis-
terhoods. Sermon is band on the
topic: It All Depends I'pon the
Woman."
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
'ter will hold Fridaj evening *>
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop
will discuss "Jewish Women of
Valor Sermon i- dedicated to
Sisterhood Sabbath. Cantor Irving
CANDLWGHTING MK
Adar 5 5:57 pjn.
Robinson renders the musical por-
tions of the liturgy, with the choir
under the direction of Robert
Strassburg. Mrs Alfred Reich.
Sisterhood president, will extend
greetings. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9:45. Jeffrey, son of
Mr. and Mrs Raymond I.avine. will
become Bar Mitzvah.
. l\ N- nvr < >rll>.
EATIR MIAMI SYNAG
ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD
HEBREW INSTITUTE-:
4J00 lYutrl* va. Orthodox. Rabbi H.
m..Mrv.lii .ftabbl
Rabbi Lson KVonlsh.
COBMTWMv*. Rabbi Irving
G R
ACUDATW ISRAEL
BETH ISHsVEU CONGREGATION
1-.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM illl <.,.,. ;.v. Uben
mtur Samuel Kelenn-r.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1TI \VanlKt<>n SVS.
i.7i~....... Cantor nui,,, Brummer.
O L N ROAD
Orthodox.
Rnbbl Jo-
BELOW LINC
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION-"..'! 11 Wshlnxt..n ave.
" Rabbi Tib." Strrn Con... M.,uM,.- M.nn.-h.-H.
BETHTFILAH CONGREGATION IN BmM >.. Orthodox.
MrRRFw" ACADEMY- MS 6th st OrthodML R-bbl Alex.mlrr firo...
Euclid ave. Orthodox. EtabM
American Judaism. Rabbis Abraham
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGAT'ON-J <
.,,. ,., i; CapfeUL "'> vl.i.ili.in
TORAH TEMPLE 12.i WbA **<
.in.I .
CORAL GABLES
CENTER-^0 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi
Conservative. Rabbi U.
/-ORAL GABLES JEWISH
CO Morris S*oi Cantor Inlni Robli
7AMORA JEWISH CENTER It Ban I ave.
ZAM n .' .'....I...- Rudolph Itriil.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-135 XW 3rd ave.
WOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE
HOLLYWOOD IT-.'i Monroe St., Hollywood.
Orthodox. Rabbi
Conserva-
HOLLY
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF
Conservative, lubi.i samuei i.m
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD
live Rabbi David Bbapu-i
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE-1101 South Andrews ave.,
Pt. Lauderdale. Reform. Rabbi
LEAH-MIAMI SPRINOS
Jl gfeat 4th ave. Con-
2030 iv.Ik st., Hollywood.
Cantor Tehudiih Hellbraun.
)EF._
Mai-ius Ranaon
H I A
Jacob Kaplan,
TIFERETH ISRAEL
Connei vatlva.
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
held Fridaj evening services at
5:30 Saturday morning services .
al 8:30 Rabbi S. T Swirskj "0* DADE JEWISH CEN-
will Officiate and discuss "The TER Wl11 hold Friday evening MTV-
T in initiative- Cantor Louis ices at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica
Gartenhaus renders the musical Wl11 discuss: -what Brotherhood
p. rtions ol the liturgy. Junior serv- Mean) to Me Cantor Maurice Neu .
0 a.m. m Yeshivi Hall, renders the musical portions oi the 0:* p'"
Sanhi trin will be at 4 liturgj Emanuel Hahn, son ol Mr.
p.m. David, son oi Mr and Mrs. "", Mrs Irving Hahn, will become
Manuel Bel : Mitzvah, Thej will be ho U
I >n< ; Shabb il follow n
HIALEAH-MIAMI SP-INGS JEWISH CENTER-
" s,,.. Rabbi Borti Rackovaky.
N O R'T H E A 6 T
TFMPLE ISRAEL-137 NK lMh St. Reform. Rnbbl Joseph Nnrot. Rnbbl
Rabbi Emeritus. Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
NORTHSIDE CENTER I3A0 North Miami avs.
Rabbi Abraham II..-t. Cantor Albert tllantx.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION-1U0J KW 17th ave.
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWIfcH COMMUNITY CENTER-'0 NW 51st pi.
Conservative. Rabbi I.eo Helm.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER 1X630 West Dixie hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi llrnry Oleollca. Cantor Maurice Neu.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION -ISith St. and XE 11th av.
OonCVattV. ltabbl Isaac l.fi-i.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EME8 CONOfteOATION2SIS Cor-.il way.
SETH DAVID SYNAGOGUEK2:> SW 3rd ave. Conservatlw. Rabbi
Y.iakov RoMenbei-s. Cantor William tV. l.lpnon
BETH EL OONTJRfTOATION r.OO SW 17th nvc. Orthodox. Rabbi
Shmarvahu T. Swlrsky. Cantor I.ouis Gartenhaus.
ISRAELITE CENTER--31M SW 21th ter. Conservative Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Banual Balkow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION-1101 SW 12th av.
Orthodox. Rabbi Simon April Cantor IVrele Kelrmer.
WEST MIAMI
TEMPLE 2ION I'M 8W 17ih St OMsSerVatlva. Rabbi Alfi.il \\..\nan.
TIFERETH |
SIDE CENTER Wll|
, fvenmu service, ,
j Abraham Herson afflL
I-Gold.- Can,,,
fencfert the mu-iraT.
liturgy. Mi. and Mrs.
tun will be bosti at
in honor of their
Merrill. Saturday mw,
are at 9. Rabhi Herson,
"The Quarry 0f Judaism?
follows.
musical portions of the liturgy.
Dailj services are at 7 30 a.m. and
CAMTM U'SM
Cantor Prat
Ritual Cii
Cantor William W
recently arrived in Mil
ly elected cantor of
Congregation, has onie
practice of ritual
He received his
Rabbi Morris Shoulsot,]
delphia. Pa., and
cians and surgeons
where he practiced
eight years.
Cantor Lipson is
surgical technique anil
to aseptic procedure
Cantor Lipson has
accepted by sevor.aJ.J
the Greater Miami ai
Hated at all bntoe
jvah.
TEMPLE SINAI ol Hollywood
will hold Fri ing sen
Brother-
bbath R ivid Sha-
will discuss: "Tl
Brotherboa
Yehuda Heilbraun r< i mu-
::i>'n- of the liturg) Mr
and Mr- Davni Bternberger will
;a in Bilue !< hosts at tl
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
p m with R



i Merlin, will he-
lnce
- renders the mu-ical por-
I'ally services will
at 7 and 8 am and 5:30 p m
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening a'
8:15. Hon. Ted David, speak,
the House. State oi Florida, will be
urday morniny services are ;.t !'
Barry son of Mr and Mrs Irving
Bezel, will become Bar Mitzvah.
Junior service* are at Id a m Daily
services will be at 9 a m
MONTICELLO PARK CONCRE
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15. Rabin Isaac I."ret
will pnach on the topic: "Greal
W ho Havi Made Deinocrac)
Live." < antor Manned Mandel will
renders the musical uortterr! n4 the
liturgj Saturdaj naming services
Rfchard, ion of Mr. and
Mrs Herman Cohen, !*11 NF. 158th
si will become Bar Mitzvah Mm
is at 4:4fi p.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday eveniny WUlkxa at 545
Saturdaj morning services are at 9.
Rabbi Alexander Gross will discuss
the Weekly Portion Mineha is at
5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services will be at 7.30
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Rabhi Isaac
Ever will preach on the topic: bv a in
Seur^atmn or Independent Of.Ithf ofl" :> ZZ
thodoxy in America." Rabbi Pin ,.
cus Briskman. dean of Yeshiva
'Torah \ i.ath and Meslfta, will be
guest speaker Host at Kidduah is GORDON ano
Herman St rails, (lass in Talmud KOSHER CATHBB
will he at 4 p.m., followed by Min- 170 N.w. mi. st., miam
(ha and Shalos Seudos ippOWd
by Hairy (anwiiei

HAROLD PONT mritttUNI
TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday an(i 6 Pm with Sunday mojn
lecturer during the Brother-' evening serlikes at 5 30 l.ate serv- m^ servkea at 8
FLAGLER GRANADA
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:45.
Late services are at 8:30. Rev Ed-
ward llriih, Pastor of Robertson
Memorial Evangelical and Re-
formed Church, will be guest
speaker and discuss: "Fixed Points
and Fruitful Living." Oneg Shab-
bat follows. Saturday morning
hood Sabbath service "Rabbi B
Loon Hurwitr officiates with Rev-
Rudolph Brill rendering the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Oneg
Bar Mitzvah durme Saturday morn-
ices at 9 Kiddush fobOWS.
ath school is at 930 Mineha
will be at 5 p.m.
lewish Theological Seminary of
America. Saturday morning serv
ices are at 9. Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Joel Ceffen. national direc
"f community affairs. Jewish
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA- Theological Seminary. Charles, son
T,0N Friday evening "f Mrs Francs Popoff and Mr
:a> morning Me Popoff. will become Bar Mitz
ice- are at Babbt H I Daily services are in the chap-
RfMnun will prs-arh on th. 8 a m and 6 p m Cantor
he Law Philip Brummer renders the
e it 4 30 pm Mineha will -cal portions of the liturgy
be at 5- foik/wed by Sha .
services are at 9. Arnold, son of
Mrs and Mrs. Bernard Malin. will
become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi ieo
Heim officiates. Mineha will be at
5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Charles Levine, becomes Bar Mitz
Max Arzt. vice chancellor of the vah during Sunday morning serv-
ices at 8:30.
are at 8 30 p.m.. with Rabbi
ton,?" ST" 7',aChm2, r ,b<' TEMP-E 6MANU-EL will hold
n Jeajd. Fridav ,.NOmng scrv,ces 5 and
i) Mr and Mr- David Dres- 'officiate
-. Michael, becomes
, The Centr.il W.ami Kjihrut|
eu/icu sion wishes to stste puWx
JtWlSM endorte, 0niy the catennB j
menl known j$ CORDON
and in no w.iy IS !" '> "J
as an endorsement o W '
operated by these men.
OPEN HO'JSE WEOl
BAR MITZVAM8J
SHOW ROOM
BUSINESS MEETI*
Decorated Trays ot AppU
Delivered to Vour Door
Vou to Pick Up *ni
or Msre.
CATERING SERVO
from Hor OOeuvral
Complete BurlrtJ
at row
M A !ST

Robbi Joseph I
11111



are at 7 30
will
MAMI HEBREW SCHOOL ANO
CONGREGATION ril] bold Fridav
*esaaf fervsm at 545. Saturday
tAMI t. iiON MMrwrrz
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
hold Friday evening services"a'
KaM.i Uoa Kronish will du
V..U (ant ChanKe Human
Nature-Or Can You- Satunla-.
are at 10:45. Mi
and Mrs. Samuel
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN
TER will mark Seminary Sabbath
during Friday evening services at' ^45 m^HIGAN AVTNlSi'
8:15. Rahbi Mayer Abramowftz! phone it 'J
will dlicusT- -An Eternal Light for
an Eternal People" Cantor Ed- **-
ward Klein renders the musical!
portions of the liturgy, assisted by j
the choir under the direction ol Kit
Samuels. Saturday morning serv-
xe at 845. Mark, son of Mr.
and Mrs Eddie Cord, and Allen,
son ol Mr. and Mrs Louis Snyder,
will In-come Bar Mitzvah Sermon
is based on-the Weeklv Portion.
MIAMI BfACH
1104 liscoln Rd-
Ph. JE 13IU
l-itfi
p*K
foiiV
AAOIil

SS:5H--H
tor Berek Kelemer render
the
I
BETH EMETH CONGREGA
TION will hold Friday evening-
services at 7 30. Herbert Buchwald
will officiate and discuss: The
the mus.cal portions of the ^ ou J"1 Worsmp"
n04Mi!SK*
nn HA-g,*'
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Febn^yl^5!
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Page 15 B
ninity
lionat Shows
;it Increase
^Community National Bank
* Harbour, announced a W
-.incrc^cn the bank sde-
k during (he past year.
fiction of. director, and of-
' held al which all du
and officers were unam-
elected In addition.
s F Rathmell was voted in
Lv assistant vice president.
, financial institution open-
B doors in February. 1954, to
[the needs of the rapidly ex
L area which it serves.
Lenity National moved into
L permanent home at 96th
L Collins ave. in December,
are F. Lowry Wall,
Bu'of the board; C. L. Clem-
Sr., president; Catchings
w| vice president; Kenneth
[ford, vice president; C. L.
its, Jr.. vice president; J. J.
jllum, vice president; Frank
Lthmell. assistant vice presi-
] and J. G. Gibbs, cashier.
j of directors are Fred R.
n, Carl W. Blackburn. C. L.
tnts, Sr. August Geiger, C. L.
tnts. Jr.. Robert C. Graham.
UtPwsc-r Robert A. Peter-
Dan B Ruskin. Walter E.
kHaroll A Stein, George B.
B. ratchinE Therrel, Ben
Jin. F. Lowrj Wall and Stan- j
l Whitman
mmunit> N tional Bank of
Harbour is a member of the j
I Ram m and PDIC.
IM. SKBV1CB9
RENT A CAR
115 per Week
plus 5c oer Mile
Best For Less
BENS RENTALS
|W. FLAGLER Ph. FR 3-0705
Pickup Miami .ind Beach
Awning Service
New or repair work. Free estimate!.
Hotala my specialty. Phone before
10 a.m. or after 5 p.m.
Glvck Ph. FR 3-9705
EXPERT FACTORY WORK at lowest
price* in tawn. Givt MS trial. Free
flick up ami delivery. Phone lor (ret
estimate.
BISCAYNE BEDDING
IHMVIIOWI
I OH 114*1 II pm
Barth Bennitt Private School
Kindergarten
FULL DAY $30 Month
2901 S.W. 7th St. Tel. HI 8-1407
5851 N.W. 17th Ave. Ph. PL 8-4606
Rufft Way
-f tuhfl Ceramics
New Owntnhip
CERAMIC SUfPUfS
IMSTIKraiONS OAHY
Mi. 19-1503
1965 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
LEARN TO DANCE
envy others when yet> can be the
envy of others? 20 private dance les-
sons $45, taught by attractive experi-
enced instructors. Ft 4-8548.
Ralph N. Roley
CUSTOM BUILT HOMES on-your lot.
Reasonable. Aitiat with planning and
financing. Free estimates.
1094 N.W. 54th St. Phone 89-4704
Nappy Daxe Day Nursery
old Kindergarten
1939 S.W. 8th St. Phone 9-2769
ORIENTAL POOL FISH
Stock Your Fountains and Garden
Poola with Magnificent
CHINfSI and JAPANESE GOLD FISH
EXOTIC AOUARtUM
122 Minorca Ave.. Coral Gables
Phone Ml B.2M3
DADE REST RESORT
Permanent Home for Blind,
Chronic, Convalescent and
Hard-to-Manage Aged
Persons.
1349 N. W. 7th STREET
PHONE 9-7636
My Lucky Starlet School
Nureery, Kindergarten. 1st. 2nd.
grade. Dintmj. rhythm*, art*, crafts.
Full, part time. Transportation. 760
N.W. 3rd St., PH. 62-8421.
768 N.W. 3rd St. Phono 82-2421.
ItOOKKI I PIXl.
BOOKKEEPING
SERVICE FOR SMAll BUSINESSES
IncHiding Tax Filing, from $10 Monthly
Phono 89-431S
Byers Private School
Ages 2 to 9 Open Year Round
Ph. HI 8-7949
Rollo University of
Hair Design
Register Now
SUITES 21B-7M) SEYBOLD BLOC.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Telephone 820067
BOOKKEEPING
Complete Service
TAX RETURNS, STATEMENTS
Ph. MU 8 0332 or 89-4840
Warehouse or Factory Bldg.
Built to moot your requirements.
325,000 Ft. industrial zone land, N.W.
32nd Avt., 39th, 40th, 41st streets.
Soo building, under construction. 3150
N.W. 41st St. Owner-builder. PL 7-4830
IMOMi: TAX
INCOME TAX RETURNS
Perrine
Real Estate Co.
90 ocros el high pine land. 2700 ft.
of road frontage. Between Coconut
Palm ami Plumber Dr., west el Krome.
. $1600 per acre with forms and .
releases.
WE HAVE LOTS OF OTHER LISTINGS
Perrine
Real Estate Co.
REALTORS
17931 S. Dixie Highway
Phones 817-9221 817-7226
BUILDER OFFERS
INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED HOFAE
EXPERTLY PREPARED your homo-your 2 MrV>,mf\ 2 kaths, spacious livin9
,., ... room, Florida room, built-in kitchen,
office or our ofl.ee. Average fee for ti|, rtof/ terrene floors, central
average return $5. 450 East 25th St., heating.
Hiolenh. Call TU 7-6961.
Get Your Plans Drawn
for Permit
4810 S.W. 69th AVE.
PHONE MO 6-4356
I'IJ.MfWIS
SERVICES
REAL ESTATE EXAMS
Money Back if You Foil to
Pass 1st Examonly $15
ft COMPLETE
SHIP YOUR CAR HOME
National Car Travel
M Lincoln Road Building
Phone JE 8-0880
NEW OPINING OF
ZENY'S BEAUTY SALON
Complete Beauty Service. Specioliiinq
in Hair Styling, Bleaching, and
Permanent Waving.
1J22 NW 29fa St. NE 5-9219
See this unusual value today
LOCATED AT 1500 N. E. 13TH PLACE
GEORGE DAWSON
BUILDER
FR 4-2228 82-2424
21,000 ACRES
NEAR OCALA
Cattle ranch, game preserve, tree farm.
Peautiful Springs, good fishing, 2,600
8&"Veiw2S BcP.uhrV.* "o^K* ,317 N- Miorr.i Ave. FR 4-3045 acre, improved pasture. In the heart
TAX RETURNS PREPARED
BY EX-REVENUE AGENT Free estimates
EASY Nome Study Course for Salesman $2 up. Open 9-6 daily. Man., Wed., Fri.
9-9. 5673 N.W. 7th Ave. Ph. 89-3055.
DELIA R. WATIER
1233 N.E. 111th STREET
Phone PL 8-6449
1st. 1950Never a failure
REAL ESTATE EXAMS
Bim-oiek' Tax
LICENSED $2 up
ETHEL N. TAKCE
Literory Agent
Public Stone
420 LINCOLN RD.
e Notary
Translator
JE I860*
answers, arithmetic. Why fail and ^^essssBsssBsssBassssawsBBs- e f Florida horse breeding, area, low
wait 3 months for new exam !
ARTHUR E. WISE, CP.M.
3620 S.W. 20th St., Miami. Florida ,.-_.., Tn -.- -,.,,.
Established 144 Ph. HI 6-2*54 LICENSED TO PREPARE TAX RETURNS,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^, Bookkeeping Service, reasonable rales. 37.' MIRACLE MILE PH. 83-2568
"ftl" Florida horse breeding, area.
FORMER REVENUE AGENTS ,t,M' 9* ,trmt-
JOHN B. STADLER
FURNITURE REFINISHING
Mjtiful modern finis
tropical colors
' o' Drawers
TOPS-0-MICA CORP.
Phone vo 6 572
HES
10.00
$1000
S 6.00
S 3*5
S29.VS
BABY SITTER
HEALTH F0UCI CAM
Own Transportation
Ph. MU 8-6047
Sooth Florida
Red Estate Institute
PREPARE POt NOT REAL ESTATE EXAM
with former Commission Representa-
tive end Miami Attorney formerly of
U. of Fie. law Professor. Call 94)607.
Opposite Court Hoese, 68 W. Flagler
St., Room 2. Ph. 94913.
ELECTROLYSIS SCHOOL
Good Income after short course. We
also remove heir professionally per-
manently. For appointment call
89-4035.
WARE DEAL SERVICE
fClDAIRE SALES A SERVICE
Kerita?. '" ,repair makes
P.'c0rw,,h/r,r,r'c "
Special RaU, fcr owners
IW. 22nd Ave. N|wton 4.7411
h&p-W"""- Renew.no
I Br1 aLIR0N- COPPER"
nSS*8.8 ALUMINUM
[tUUO PULLEN, OwnerWMgr.
'" METAL CRAFTSMEN
h "5, tl7*h ST"IT
L,-*H Miami. Florida
SUFFOLK DETECTIVE BUREAU
Offices: New York, Miami. Confiden-
tial private investigation.
Call UN 6-0759
24-HOUR SERVICE
>lass<
TOM SPAGNOLO
Fine Custom Tailor
Formerly with Arthur Cohen
Fifth Avenue. New Vorh City
16S4 LENOX AVENUE
Off Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-3423
Lucie's Health Massage Studio
MASSAGE COiONKS STEAM BATHS
Resident Calls All Appointments
Day Time Only
417 41st ST.. MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 8-7760
TAX RETURNS-S2.00 UP
24 hour service anywhere. Also com-
plete accounting and auditing service.
ED SHAW, JE 1-6719
JE 1-6719
BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA
79TH ST., BISCAYNE BLVD.
Room 208 on the Menanine
Tax Returns
Prepared
By Former Revenue Agents
CALL FOR APPOINTMENTS
899914 84-7265
40 Acres High Pine Land
WEST PERRINE
Cleared and Scarified
$1,100 per Acre
- TERMS -
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT:
817-9015
Keen-Lovell Real Estate
16821 Federal Hwy., Perrine
ui:ai, isiaii;
ADDING MACHINES
1 ""- Wholesale Prices
Bh*M and Models
Ue Repairs
H. 82-7331
HYPNOTISM TAUGHT
(PIlO)
Psycho-Therapy and Neurotic Problems
Evenings 6 to 7
Phone MO 6 2108
KEOTA'S STEAM BATHS
Massage end Stoem Rooms
Registered Help
2331 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 82-4880
In New Deportment Store Aree-
2 Stores in Prominent
Location
2321-5 Biscayne Blvd. FR 30004
BUY TODAY!
20 Acres on Lucille Drive,
S.W. of Homestead
$675 per Acre
Terms or Cash
ROBERT E. SCHULTE, Broker
ACREAGE SPECIALIST
5706 BIRO ftO. PH. MO 7-2078
t V.IJST nilO.', Jo;
* I, I I I S _i
SWWWWWA.
HIGHWAY MUM It HEMO?
b gf this "scrabWed" while drrviitf ?
'CfcM' P( Caih^eadW A Polka Ref Isforee' OrtVori ore Waiting la
Wh,i FOI*'m Y0Ut CAt ANYWHERE IN THI U.SJL
iTi .j!" Tr*v" ,n Comfort in Your Favorite Transportation
* Wh-erlo, office, in 12 Steles and 10 other Florida CHies
r*TUp\\\L IIKIYi:-AWAY. INC.
It.. "Wor
" W.Y. ith AVENUE
*H0"R NOW FOR
World's Largest Drive Away
" *th AVENUE
CALL 84-6624
FREE BROCHURENO OBLIGATION
'WWW*.
Dolores Lees Health Salon
1427 N.W. 54h STRfIT
PHONE 89-0090
Annette Massage Salon
Swedish Message Steam Baths
MEN A WOMEN TREATED
Hours 9 eLpwie 8 pjn., Sen. tn 3 p.m.
720 N.W. 7th AVE.
ANN no* PATRICIA
ATLANTIC MASSAGE
Neers 10'fe 7 .._..,
8206 BISCAYNf tlVO. fh. 847652
I MERR ITT ISLAND


CASH DEAL
5 ACRES $500
1680 SW 16th STREET
* YOUR INCOME TAX *
cpo^W J. E. MARQUA
FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT
MIAMI REAL ESTATE AURT 7^0^p1\^
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GLOBAL SHORTS
HASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
TUNIS (JTA)-The Bey of Tunis has put his seal M"'''^
nationality law, whieh his minister of Just.ee J^**-^"^
describe as being based "upon the Arab and *^^g "
Tunisia." His remark aroused widspread criticism in Jewisn
here. _______
CASABLANCA .JTA>-Simon el Haddad. .Wish leader in this city.
Was StaStaM when a Moslem mob cked hbjjwjrj J-dgold
..hop. The occasion for the disturbance was the burial of a terror,
chieftain.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
BELGRADE. Yugeelevi. -The seventh national conference
of the Jewish Communities of Yugoslavia opened >** ""
lasted two davs. The conference, which marked the ^"th anmversar
If.he resumption of activities of the Federation of ew,;
ties after the end of the war. was preceded by a meeting ofho e
five of the Federation. After the national parley. I BH meeting ...
hold under the Federation'.- sponsorship.
.n \ -To mark the 100th annivorsarv of the death of
berman author and poet Heinrich Heine. Wert Germnnj
, w postage -tamp with Heine's portrait. The '
BONN
Jowish-born
will issue a special postage =
celebration is to be hold Feb it in Heine's natventy of i. I r
At the house where he was Dora, a memoria tablet will be unveqeg
to replace one that was removed during the Nazi era
ROME UTAJ-A pretest against the leaching of Christian doctrine
in l"an public elemental schools W roiced by the f.rst ronRTe*
of teacher- in Italian Jewish schools wh.ch convened here. TeachWj
of -outspoken confessionalism." a resolution adopted bj the congress.
declared 'endangers the principle of Creadon of conscience amonj
Sous minority p-oups" in this country Another resolution called
for intensification ol Hebrew teaching in small communities In IUD
-to counteract the dangers ol assimilation
LONDON JTA Soviet Russia ha- offered to -ell arm- to J<
which i- beii Ptian diplomat- to accept the offer
accordmc to a report trvm Amman to the Daily Express here A former
ie Jordanian cabinet is said to have reported that Moscow
,, u. an inducement to gel Jordan approval lor
ng up diplomatic relationships between Amman and Moscow. The
is reported to h made to Jordan b) Daniel Solod, Rus-
iro, who i- now m charge ol the Middle
ction in th( I n gn Ministrj .it Moscow.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
BUENOS AIRES JTA A Nazi i.; n Israel and the Jews
in the l newspapei Noti ias Graficas" ha- caused i
n tin Ji tnmunity here The attack, con
ed bj the Sj nan Cultural Associa
at point ma meeting last D<
lUnitj here to demonstrate it- -oil
with


. on of Aaudath Israel berg. Ida Rosenberg. Estelle NovickJ
Evelyn i Vin.. Standing are SydeU Hosen----------------------------
leap Tear' Donee Held
Bernard Welkind. vouth activity
,!,rector ot Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation, Wedneaday an-
nounced a "leap year" .dance, fea-
tunng a male beauty contest, at
the congregation building Saturday
evening. The dance was open to
seventh, eighth and ninth graders.
AUGUST BROS
Is the DLSI
KANSAS City JTA I the United SI I
nalyzed hen
tnunity leader- from ll states >> Maxwell
M. Ri rj to President I inet He told the
resident would m ;
requesting amendment ol the immigration law Warning
i hate-mongers in thi- country, he called on
the Government and voluntary organization- to act in partnership to
end discriminati
OTTAWA (JTA>Lester B. Pearson, Canadian Minister for Ex-
ternal Affair-, refu-ed in Parliament to accede to a demand for i
tion of all arms shipment- to the Middle Ka-t on the grounds that -uch
a policy was "dedicated to the destruction of Israel'' which Canada,
through the United Nations, had helped to establish. He noted that
such an embargo would permit Communist arms to reach the Aral)
Mates while cutting off I-rael from a weapon- supply.
CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Dominican Republic (JTA)A citation prais
ing former President Rafael Trujillo for his "great humane act in
helping establish a colony here of Jewish refugees from Nazism was
awarded to the former president at a banquet held here to celebrate
the 15th anniversary of the colony. The award wa- pre-ented to Senor
Trujillo by Maurice B. Hexter. of New York, president of the Dominican
Republic Settlement Association. The colony wa< organized 15 years
ago after Trujillo donated a 26.000-acre farmland for the project.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
N ATM ANY A (\VNS> Mrs. Freda Schiff Warburg of New York,
widow of Felix M. Warburg and mother of Edward M M Warburg,
president of the United Jewish Appeal, was honored this week on the
occasion of her 80th birthday with dedication in her name of a home
for the aged here. The home for the aged was established by Malben.
American Joint Distribution Committee instrument in I-rael for the
care of the aged, sick and handicapped immigrant-.
JERUSALEM (WNS)For the first time in years a full month
has passed without a single Israeli fatality from Arab fire despite a
number of incidents along the Gaza and Jordanian borders There
were 13 Egyptian incidents in January involving ground and sky at-
tacks. Twice the Egyptians opened fire on Israeli planes over their own
territory in the Gaza zone. During January there were two attacks by
Jordan, but all was quiet along the Lebanese and Syrian frontiers since
the Dec. 11 clash in Lake Tiberias.
TEL AVIV (JTA)Sholem Asch. the novelist, has arrived here
and said he would settle in Israel. Mr. Asch, who revealed that he
planned a long rest to recover from a recent illness, said he would
reside at Bat Yam. where he has already been made an honorary
citizen and where a home has been given him.
NORTON TIRE CO.'s
fjjidHft'Opening
NEW HOMESTEAD STORE ,,
MOW OPEN 7/
102 S. KROMI AVG.
SALE GOOD AT ALL STORES
TUBELESS TIR1
ALL MAJOR BRAND ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT
Premium Feature U.S. Royal Eights Included
Whitman
21.95
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29.93
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Page lmtoJilk>r***L MAURICE STRAUSS R. of |M 7th st Miami Bear!.. M*j J..n 2.". at home. He mj h' •'""' v,nv |I0 from Ihooklxn. V\%  survive.! bv his wife. Sar.h; f !" f" %  ,,. %  Beatrice: and four a.ms in.lu.lim: Man Miami Reach. S.rvl.-s wer* STta in River.i.l.-Hea.-h Memo.-la Chanel. Washington ave.. with burial in Mt. Sinai tVnietery. DR. ADOLPH EICMORN (ii of ITTJ Riarrlta dr died .Ian. .. In S toeal hospital. A retire* %  ,.,1,.„PI. he waa a P"th"Joelst In I" S Armvand a member of the x elation of MIlttAO BUIWW P? ,ar £ and Maaona. He Ii -"""! by wife. Charlotte a son. v.vln ; %  &f %  Mr, K Bern h: and %  Mater ind brp her In Hungary. Servi.es were in Newman-Oordoa F uneral Home CARL WENDELL nt 1T77 Collins :iv. .1 wlnt. r I Long Beach, N v for died Jan. W Bu %  ..,-.. Mollle; two none, Marahan Henn roui brotl lln Nal. ., '' ., member of Kn ghta >l 1 „nd T. mnle lerael, Uonu Beach ScrvI .and Interment were in New IIK MRS. GENEVIEVE WISCH ( SOTS SW 1st st.. h. A Ind.. l^oula; two %  < n. Herbei I.and A \ 11 H'K %  Obituaries 5A?&* u BervfcMaaa burial were in New ) ork. ,th Wveralde-Beach^cnmrlal hauI'r %  her mother. Mm Btl SI. and five grandchildren Ben Jan !4 In Rlvei • i ...... %  with but al in MI Cemeti CHARLES WOLF .. ... en'i clothing .pital her. • .„ \. lived at : %  Mi %  I a th b H x v "< DR. JACOB FLAX N %  %  %  MRS HATTiE HRR 9 Tl. winter Mall I • %  %  nil Int. \. i it airangements MRS DORA WEINBERG :,. .„ed"^.leT.x JU lJ h., ".%  Of aiiangrm.nl* BEN JAM.N JACOBSON „, „, IM! NVV lth .de Feb^l. three i'Hi %  *< ... lHt ^ r and a hl "'/•• IT. .1.1, 2 in Riveri leach I ale, |.,l, in RKer•ptnV h burial in ML Sin-I asttai2rM. f ^ %  -* : A retired i i,s wlfi Reb. J ave wh burial In New lora HARRY M. ALBUM Ben %  and Interment %  ,-,., N V. with R • "" '' charge • %  %  local % %  '•'-• nwnta II \l %  • %  MARRY KATZ ••--.. %  \ %  I • %  ISAOORE FEINGOLD i lal Jan M tor. hi Si I NORMAN FANBURG 10 NE ITtl ,. Jan. : %  • In I lal.-. .rial In Mt. Blna l I ••">• CHARLES KASTNER x '. ,, ., i! ... Hide-Bea. h Mi Chain v. In i %  %  MRS BELLA BERMAN -.„ e here U S. V. ••! In" H it he; ,\ t. Three da u I Itiith Kavi M -B< ->" and ,„i l.urlal r i v. v. i .1. %  %  s. MUNICH R COHEN M. %  \. -. ltd ed Jan 1 Inrlude I %  Jan I" M ,' i|, n tn il .-. mete ) MEYER SHULMAN Itai ave ., winter vl-ltor died IVI. I Bervu..shlnat.>n. M, of Waihii \ McmorUlCWin hatye of !•• %  'I Rh .' \\ at ransemt nti %  %  '• I'nlon H* for U FV.rward M. If '.. %  %  .. \ we• Moi t.. In \.w York >'h Heilman Funeral Hoi • nt-. FREDERICK HAMBURGER ^ HAIMAN FEINBERG wh" \. w rork • i -,-. v III Kate I -. Rlveralde B Plaster t.. I" %  i ingemi i •MRS RAE FREEDMAN : sw :th i died Sh< had lived her. SO • -i .mi Atlantic i "it\. N.J an h.r huaband, Jn Mn \i,nette I lebowiti and MrMarilyn &>*• %  %  two hroth ..II i four i" and. I lldren. w.-. Jan II :.; Oordon'a Puaeral Home, with burial In Mt Nebo Cemetary. MRS. MIRIAM GLASS M, wh" rame here 17 vear ago from Detroit. Mi. h. and resided at Michigan ave.. died .Ian II In %  local MRS CLARA Y STERN .r 410 NW th -t Hied l-.-h. 1her huaband. Ml. .,,. Leonard, and Simon • %  '•; t.. with banal MRS. SADIE BORTMAN avi wh "•• to ,M. %  -.1 • • • %  !. I ale, uitn Ml B n.ii Cem i t< MRS SARAH KESSE' L .. I nv. died ,.|. nor lal Of loVnrk : go n• f... Ida •. In Nea and Mi s i ;,.i.lie Cohan and IM son. Nathan, survive. Seivi..and burial were In New York, with Rtvtr: %  ... h M. in..rial Chapel. V Injtton a\e. in iiarge of local arrangementa MEYER BEINHORN .;-,. Sth -' a ho i Hi %  ring Phil .. ila'ithter I Malleni • -hei v. Jan M in R w raid* Mi nand,ni.STANLEY CHERRY %  v : • p|<| N V %  %  25, with MRS. RACHEL BASSE %  nkl vi ST R.I %  RIv MRS. DOROTHY GOODMAN \\ aahlncton av< died in a hospital Jan 16 She had resided here ears, eomlng from New fork. Sh.. isurvived by four a.ins. Including Walter Powell; and three daughter*, idlng Mri Bhli lej I burial were in New York, with R h III norlal Chanela Washington gvc la i hargg %  .. %  ':.: HARRY ROSENTHAL .,, i.i dh d tat week. follow ..%  F b I a' Memorial < hapel. Intel tn,nt waa In i. Para MRS MARGARET SHAPIRO ,, „ %  winter and. rili d •' in SI In tal Her huah ind M innel. nnd two %  • %  ii rive Ben %  i f>l | al r.iv.-r-i.i. %  Beach Momortal Cl i BENJAMIN WEISS I. l'\ ion ,i\e died In a h.<,,;.,,! i i retired furnldealer, coming here three year* Cleveland Ha la aurvltaad bj .. if. l,ena. one daugbtet two atendaughters tw.. I. -others and four al.— and burial were in Cleveland, with Rlveralde-Beach Mi-mortal Chapel, Normandy laaa, In barge of io-al grranaementi MRS. ROSE HOFFMAN fs of nil NW lal at who cam* here • laht y.-ars a>.-'. from Newark. N.J.. died .Ian II NJhe waa a member of Workman's Cl Branch W9 and her huaband, Mas twa wn. n and David thr lauchtara, M '"elia Bolodar, Mis l.illiaoi. Terand Mrs Man Man* .d r\x l-'eh. 1 %  ii %  with burial In Mt, Blnal %  "• meter) waa In charge of arra ngementa. ARON HVIM it. of Sll Waahlngton ave.. died Jan. •s Hlveralde-Hea. h Memorial i hapel, Alton rd.. vkaa In charga of arrangementa. AtRAHAM Z. AXILRAO 7 n of Salt lke CHjr. cllwd Jan. N. Neainan-'iordeai r"unetal Home Waa in ghar < lo ci arra ngegafata. MfMk MOLLIE BBATERMAN 44 4 17 NE -th pU. died Jan. 27 te'tXegwere %  '" R'veriddeilea.-h Memorial ChaMl. Normandy lal".with burU.1 In K Slaal Cemetery. SIMON SOLOMON 7'. of 1S70 Jamee ave.. a winter VIKIlor from Norwi.h. I'onn.. died heie. with Mivlcee and burial Jart. 17 In Norwkh Rlveralde-Heach Memorial .•hanel. Alton rd.. waa In charge of ml iMiapel of liordon Funeral Honte, arrangementa. MAURICE EICHEL T7 of 1746 Cleveland rd.. died Feb. 8. i'retired wnoleaale ladlea wear m earn ownar, he name here ix yean ago from I in. Innatl and leaven his wife, Hattle; two •laiightera. Mrs Madeline Mmhelni and Mra. Helle ilaniin S.tvl.ea were Feb. t In NOWman-Oordolt Funeral Home. MRS. FANNIE MALPERT 19 of 1"'2 Jefferaon ave.. died Feb. 9 in'a local hospital. She came here five veara ago from Lynn. Maaa.. and ieavea her husband. Harry, a son. Louis; two daughter*. Mrs. lairothv Kaplan and Mra. Pearl Wllklaon. s. iM.-ea and burial were In Lynn. with KI\.I i.i. I'eai h Memorial t'hap,.| in chare* loeaj arrangementa. DAVID POSNER (0, of U4 Jefferaim ave., died P.-b '• at horn* \ i-iiie.i retail drv K ..,..imerchant, he came her.m years ago from I'lalnfield N .1.. and la aurvlved by hla wife, J.nnie. and %  rlaujrhter, Mrs Gertrude Blonln Rh Beach Memorial Chapel waa in .harKe of lonta. MRS. JENNIE KAY 57, of III NB _• 7111 st wh.. cams hare IKO tioin Son K.an.ls, ... died f, i, Shi eavea hei husband. 11 .• ry; a aon, Ira and a grandchild. Bervi, ,.* M, ,. I". l k |0 In (inrdon'a Miami Chanel, with burial III Mt Nelai Cemelary. JOSEPH HERMAN KRUOER '>. of 1H7U lames IM .lied Keb. f! Banrtcei were In Chlceuyo, with Newinaii-i I. •' ti Punaral Home In charge of arrangements JACK V LEVINE 4v. .s wlnte< vialtoi fiom Hageratow v.. Md.. f-T the |... Bad %  • II,. madi a al x :i4 Ha ave and :-urvUe.l hv his Wife, Vivian a alater. Mrs Kle..n. Mi and two broth.-:Bervlcea w.-ie I-. l. I in Rlvrlrie-Beach M.-noilal Chan el. N'ni ni.. d\ Isle, with burial In liracelatid Memorial I'ai k SAMUEL HORNIK 17. who was in the mounted Honor Cuard f"t Preeldaat Theodore Roosevelt While -eivmg In the nth Regiment It I -e < ven worth. Kan., In 1911. died Keb fi He .ame her 1 yeara ago from Now York, where he was a membei "f the folumhli Maaonlc I>tee He lived at I Ml Wekt 21a! t and la survived bv hla wife. Oertrude. and alx sons. Martin. Robert. I -onard. Peter. Heorge and Richard. S,-rvicce were Feb. 7 at Newman Hoi.Ion Funeral Home, with but lal In Mt. Nebo CemeteryARK GORDON 79. winter visitor from New York, died HVh. 4 Riverside Iteach Memoilil rhapel waa In harge of lo<-al arrangementa. el. Alton r*.. „, | r : .n"dW£S with burWiTtSj*^ Joseph Dead at 74 NEW YORK (JT," Rumshinsky. leading ~ the Yiddish strii States, died here 1operation. He was 7( Mr. Rumshinsky, wwj conductor, pianist jnjf numerous productioai, dish itage, wrote i operettas (or that period of half a cti music for dramas ductions. He was working on Hebrew, entitled was to have been rael. when he beci also engaged, in .. writing the score fori the English stage. An intimate of major figure connertij Yiddish theatre, Mr] was a member of theL rectors of the Yiddisij Alliance, an honorary | the Hebrew Actors tins president of the SOCK! Composers and Song of the Canton Associa_ Born in Russia uhere] magic, Mr Rurnsniata United States in 1904. | "Honor Tj/ft I M.i the si -it-to meno > lovt ; nth J I ment I tSrrf 3. • T hum > friend*. • miimtv .1 K'lilJff • truly r*i %  %  nuint oil t tho-.' wl 'jvt fv*tH 9 I i % THURMOI MONUMENT! Tfet 2-Sfary WWil 3253 S.W. 8th Sf. I MARKEIS plus CeaHttry I Oaea J^T MRS BELLE BAUM th al All 'I I Rl %  -i -• w..s 111 !,., Tit CHARLES SHAPERA fi!>. of ]iil SU 1 • -iilent hen 11 \.-ar-. died Jan II H merlj UYI a I v Y wai a member of \i n Hebrew s. hool 1 ml 1 *on Servicei I In Riveraldi ':. h Memorhapel w. • it., with v • died MRS. MAE LIEBLINO :., of %  4 Went San Marino dr. p>b 6 In %  local hoapilaL She came he-r Ii \.-i ago friini Baltimore Rurvlviqg are her huaband, Norman; forI two dainjhtera, Mr. Jane Hemeleln and I and Mis Retti OoMataln; two aimer* and three lirothera Servlrea wer. 7 in Rlveralde>Reach Memorial rhapel. Alton ni. lth burial In 4>a"el.tnd I'..ik JACOB FELMAN 1 SW lth I • %  %  Miami CHARLES STONF dr., died Jan. N. Ie-Bi Mi %  1 1 I AI ion rd ,s m ha 1 gi of loi .il arPH'LID CORN %  11 -. %  MRS. LILLIAN BRAUNSTEIN SW • %  %  Vr' %  1 teln. A two gra 1 Jan with burial In Ml Ne u MRS FANNIE GLOGER I of 119 fW It 1 si, |. IIfoi K Ne v York. S' I Hoi ghtei %  %  ~. 1 1 1 1: • iehlldreti children • ; 4 on'f I.1.: .11 H iii Mi Nebo 1 • SAMUEL FORMANSKY I \. v %  B, I Mi %  LOUIS ISAACS ii IT in 1: %  with HARRY GORDON ital Hi M two with burial in Ms %  MRS. FANNIE VS H4S B iclld avi A Fiorii'a reeldent for thi IM I Mine h^re from Phi i-lii.i with her huaband Ran •' who •lied in Mm. IM. Burvlvorn her aon. N'ewt.m nd brothi Benjamin Brook s. • v • aren Ian at Blver ahl e-Heach Memo 1 : rhapel Waahlneton a\-e.. with Interment In MRS ROSE SAVMON l. Wl II %  with burial 1 gi with 11. in eh MORRIS MICHAEL TAYLOR 11 null n • • %  • I 1. 1 H • %  I I Kewi t of |o%  • HARRY EDWARD WALTON > iii. d Ii Internal nclude %  Service* I llawn OSCAR HAM ataia* comrvlve.l %  fi %  < riordofi with I HYMAN ROSENBERG 14, died I-. 1. I in a hoai.li.il Ha rama her* .-iL-hl M-nrii ago Jrom New \ork and Inert at 1*11 PennevlvanlB m. H. IM. 11 o .'11I..-1 of Workmen'* rirele. Branch :. N Y He i aurvlved bv hi. wife. !*-nn: two ilauahtrr* and four aon*. in.hiding Phil. Miami 1 md burial wWe In Hew Torn, with Hi isl I. It.a. h Memorial 4'hap.1 Waahlntrton ave.. la charge of local arraiiK.mnil LIBERAL LOA"mm LW|U tltWI >' "' Cash lot D.o<>* 8 %  Hgakiatautiw"* C0NGRE: LOAN COM" na '*(ita Me. grand.hllMt II MRS. ANNA COHEN %  Of lo. • %  '' %  '' nta NORMAN BURGER Burger Rpi 1 local hoapltal at the -, %  H PRM *N SEPLOW •'! a* in of an Reach. barge owner died Fab, 2 MRS. ANNIE ABED ii ? %  ,"" "" 'roni Kin N xu'r^an %  -i other alater. and a grand, hlld. Kervicet LOUIS SCHOENBERQ I 1 K\V •'.Hi :• e ,lled Feh *. Service, were Keb, 7 in Oordjofl'l I"**neral Home, with mlMtanr gravealile burial at Mt NelK. Cemetery. 4_OUIS FRIEND *l. of eao] winter vi.ltor. illeo la.I ... k Servicea ami I hfllli 1 .iig 1-lanH. NY WIT' de-Raarh Memorial 1 \\ rahingtoa ave., In charge of local arrang.11:. NORMAN BUROER <"?. of lite SW tJrd t^r.. oled Feh. He was own.-. ,.f Burger'. Speclaltv <'o. a wholeaali • %  el\ firm here. S.H'.,.. ,.... h>|, %  In i-...1.Ion Funeral Home, itli bfirlal in Ml Nebo-1 'I-III. %  MRS. IDA OOLDSTCIN 7S. of Ml H.pannla Way. died l^"' She had IM^-II a re.blent h.-re ?l I %  oinin. Imm 1 >et roll Bwrvlvor. %  %  hide a aon. I>an Kallin. two da ughtera. Mia. iVIla Pearce and Mra IMana Swedlei ; two brother*, three *l*ti•• four rranHrhlldr.-n and alx areat. grand, hlhlren S.-\ |. e. were Feb. ". in Newman -Oordun Funeral Home. With burial In Mt Nebo I'emetei MARCUS SMITH 4. of I4SI C-arrlta dr. a vlallor from N*W|wrt New.. Va died Feh with His emu*-Beach ht—lflal <3gapI I SAVE f0 TO* I WMIBI T0 iotow ro j ttftaf* eUtMH* Nft-^t1 Hit*!" |a*** Lhvtw fr*^J I I m



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f Page 2 B +JmistiF&Xfc*£L t Friday. February gJ ^o,,f 'J/w Secern/ ^Javcntcs AN INfOKMAl MtAl ?0 TAlKIHGTim Tasty Meat-Filled Rings are Dish To Serve for a Rapid Luncheon By LEAH LEONARD Here"s a luncheon dish to serve with a salad next time the girls come over to talk about the lund raising affair: HASTY-TASTY MEAT-FILLED RING Dough: { CUM flour lifted with I cups ban* ins powd ,. %  4 cup vegetable >)'i lenlna n oil 14 cup an) frail Juice 01 tomato juice 1 tablespoon crated onion \ daata of while pepper or paprika Combine in the order listed to make a ball of. dough. Turn out on 1 lightly floured pastry cloth on board. Knead lightly and roll out I into a rectangle 12 x 16 inches. Spread the following mixture over this and roll up. jcllyroll fashion. Place the roll, seamside down, on a Butcher Workmen Install Officers Hebrew Butcher Workmen and Allied Trades of South Florida. Local Union No 643: AFL-CIO, last week installed George Pfaffendorfj business manager. I Others in-tailed were Daniel greased baking pan or cookie sneel ipreed with aluminum toil. Bring the ends together, p r e s si n g securely, Now. with the points of a tell son, make 12 cuts from the outer side toward center through thickness of dough. Turn each cut -<•<• tion slightly to its side to expose the filling—just a twist of the unst. Brush the top with fruit juice or diluted egg yolk for a glaze and bake 25 to 30 minutes at 450 deg. F. or till golden brown. Serve plain or with tomato sauce. Filling: upa chopped hod '"' '• lamb, ,1 inchicken S tablespoon* ii> >t melted i> hmaJti .,:) %  ,. 1 %  horti • inn 1 tin.h diced "iii"n i, cup fln< M i" i'i'' I Kft ; tabk spooni k i umbi Salt, •, %  • pper and oapi ih Have the chopped meat ready before sauteing the diced onion and green pepper in the hot schmaltl till lightly browned. Turn in the chopped meat and stir just minute. Let cool. Add egg. crumbs and seasoning. Use is directed abo\c ,t least 8 hours, better if oaMj overnight. Drain well, cover with cold water, add salt and cook l'a to 2 hours over moderate heat or till 1 pea tan ta mashed between the fingers. These never cook apart Or UM jrour pressure cooker 15 minutes at 5 lbs. pressure. Of course tbaw are canned cluck peas which can be used if in a hurry' Drain and mash with a fork. There -himId be about 3 cups of mashed chick peas. Add the other ingredienta Hated, mix thoroughly and form into balls the size of walnuts. Drop these into hot oil in a deep frying pan or use a frying basket, and cook over moderate heat till 'nicely browned. The oil in the pan should be at least 1'; inches deep for best results. Lift out. drain on paper towels and serve hot. finflf B'rithGkls Group Installs Officers of D, nner Sandy Alexander was installed treasurer. president of Nai Rith chapter New mcmb B'nai BTith (.'irls. at a dmner last — "-tciied-t, w 1 k fa .Candlelight Inn. !" !" n** '** %  Others named to off.ee were cIu de E tfr ""ens. Beredj rJ Julia Sussman, vice president; Ar;l r Betty MjchcLs, Iter**,',,,, Jene Ruth, si Joan Bloom, Artene Both Sandra Schreid // / WANT Mlt MILK a ;... %  NAHIT BALL3 I ... Weinstein, president; Rev. Jacob Katz. vice president; Henry Kap; Ian, corresponding secretary; Lew Sirota, recording secretary; Abe Lipton. financial seen isurer: Joseph Thompson, Adolph Weiss and Rev. II. Doych, trusti Mitchell Eisenb. 1 eantatwitn a .j^ „, baking soda added arms: Abraham Bekerowitz, guard; Sol Atlas, guide; and David Sachs, press correspondent, Joseph Belsky, New York, and 1 Roy Scheurich. Louisville, vice presidents of the national organization, were installing officers. Invocation was offered by Rabbi Sheldon Kdwards. and Patrick E.' Gorman, of Chicago, secret 1 rj treasurer of the Amalgamated, Meat Cutters and Butcher Workman of North America, was prinj cipal speaker. Guests included Dade Sheriff; Tom Kelly; Samuel Friedland and | Abraham Maloff. of Food Fair' Stores; Hugo Slotkin, of Hygrade. Detroit; and Dr. Albert Reinherz. Miami. • 1 carllc %  %  lk> 1 %  Soak chick peas in cold water f ENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACiii Won't Unset The Stomach Ancin not only gives itrengtr, faifr relief from pain of headache but it alto ea/er. Won't upset the atomach and haa no had effects. Yon see, Anaein is like a doctor's prescription. That is, Anaein contains not jmt one but a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. 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illfeY-Ft bn^ Page 16 B GLOBAL SHORTS HASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST TUNIS (JTA)-The Bey of Tunis has put his seal M"'''^ nationality law, whieh his minister of Just.ee J^**-^"^ describe as being based "upon the Arab and *^£^£g "££ Tunisia." His remark aroused widspread criticism in Jewisn here. CASABLANCA .JTA>-Simon el Haddad. .Wish leader in this city. W as StaStaM when a Moslem mob cked hbjjwjrj J-dgold ..hop. The occasion for the disturbance was the burial of a terror, chieftain. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS BELGRADE. Yugeelevi. -The seventh national conference of the Jewish Communities of Yugoslavia opened % %  >**• %  %  lasted two davs. The conference, which marked the ^"th anmversar If.he resumption of activities of the Federation of ew, ; — ties after the end of the war. was preceded by a meeting ofho e five of the Federation. After the national parley. I BH meeting ... hold under the Federation'.sponsorship. .n \ -To mark the 100th annivorsarv of the death of berman author and poet Heinrich Heine. Wert Germnnj w postage -tamp with Heine's portrait. The BONN Jowish-born will issue a special postage = celebration is to be hold Feb IT in Heine's natventy of i. I r At the house where he was Dora, a memoria tablet will be unveqeg to replace one that was removed during the Nazi era ROME UTAJ-A pretest against the leaching of Christian doctrine in l"an public elemental schools W roiced by the f.rst ronRTe* of teacherin Italian Jewish schools wh.ch convened here. TeachWj of -outspoken confessionalism." a resolution adopted bj the congress. declared 'endangers the principle of Creadon of conscience amonj Sous minority p-oups" in this country Another resolution called for intensification ol Hebrew teaching in small communities In IUD -to counteract the dangers ol assimilation LONDON JTA Soviet Russia haoffered to -ell armto J< which ibeii Ptian diplomatto accept the offer accordmc to a report trvm Amman to the Daily Express here A former ie Jordanian cabinet is said to have reported that Moscow ,, u an inducement to gel Jordan approval lor ng up diplomatic relationships between Amman and Moscow. The is reported to h made to Jordan b) Daniel Solod, Rusiro, who inow m charge ol the Middle ction in th( I n gn Ministrj .it Moscow. ON THE AMERICAN SCENE BUENOS AIRES JTA A Nazi i. ; n Israel and the Jews i n the l newspapei Noti ias Graficas" hacaused i n tin Ji tnmunity here The attack, con ed bj the Sj nan Cultural Associa %  at point ma— meeting last D< lUnitj here to demonstrate it-oil • with • on of Aaudath Israel berg. Ida Rosenberg. Estelle NovickJ Evelyn i Vin .. Standing are SydeU Hosen leap Tear' Donee Held Bernard Welkind. vouth activity ,!,rector ot Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, Wedneaday announced a "leap year" .dance, featunng a male beauty contest, at the congregation building Saturday evening. The dance was open to seventh, eighth and ninth graders. AUGUST BROS Is the DLSI KANSAS CITY JTA I the United SI I nalyzed hen tnunity leaderfrom ll states •>> Maxwell M. Ri rj to President I inet He told the resident would M ; requesting amendment ol the immigration law Warning i hate-mongers in thicountry, he called on the Government and voluntary organizationto act in partnership to end discriminati OTTAWA (JTA>—Lester B. Pearson, Canadian Minister for External Affair-, refu-ed in Parliament to accede to a demand for i tion of all arms shipmentto the Middle Ka-t on the grounds that -uch a policy was "dedicated to the destruction of Israel'' which Canada, through the United Nations, had helped to establish. He noted that such an embargo would permit Communist arms to reach the Aral) Mates while cutting off I-rael from a weaponsupply. CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Dominican Republic (JTA)—A citation prais ing former President Rafael Trujillo for his "great humane act in helping establish a colony here of Jewish refugees from Nazism was awarded to the former president at a banquet held here to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the colony. The award wapre-ented to Senor Trujillo by Maurice B. Hexter. of New York, president of the Dominican Republic Settlement Association. The colony wa< organized 15 years ago after Trujillo donated a 26.000-acre farmland for the project. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL N ATM ANY A (\VNS>— Mrs. Freda Schiff Warburg of New York, widow of Felix M. Warburg and mother of Edward M M Warburg, president of the United Jewish Appeal, was honored this week on the occasion of her 80th birthday with dedication in her name of a home for the aged here. The home for the aged was established by Malben. American Joint Distribution Committee instrument in I-rael for the care of the aged, sick and handicapped immigrant-. JERUSALEM (WNS)—For the first time in years a full month has passed without a single Israeli fatality from Arab fire despite a number of incidents along the Gaza and Jordanian borders There were 13 Egyptian incidents in January involving ground and sky attacks. Twice the Egyptians opened fire on Israeli planes over their own territory in the Gaza zone. During January there were two attacks by Jordan, but all was quiet along the Lebanese and Syrian frontiers since the Dec. 11 clash in Lake Tiberias. TEL AVIV (JTA)—Sholem Asch. the novelist, has arrived here and said he would settle in Israel. Mr. Asch, who revealed that he planned a long rest to recover from a recent illness, said he would reside at Bat Yam. where he has already been made an honorary citizen and where a home has been given him. NORTON TIRE CO.'s fjjidHft'Opening NEW HOMESTEAD STORE ,, MOW OPEN 7/ 102 S. KROMI AVG. SALE GOOD AT ALL STORES TUBELESS TIR1 ALL MAJOR BRAND ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT Premium Feature U.S. Royal Eights Included Whitman 21.95 2G.95 29.93 :S2.95 34.93 warn Murk* all 67Zx'.Z 17.-7, 710x13 21.93 760x15 2.1.33 803x15 26.95 C20xl5 28.93 OPEN ALL NIGHT & SUNDAY 500 W. Flogler St. Store Only U.S. ROYAL J%A_ RuJeJ*. 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Page_8_A %  J^Jsf?/fcr*#>/l Active participants in the work of North Dade Jewish Center are seated (left to right) Maurice Lebow, Arnold Stem, vice president; Benjamin Miller, immediate past president. David Goodman, president, Jack Friedland, treasurer, and Mrs. Nathan Banks. Standing are Dr. William Boros, F. Greene, Murray Apfelbaum, board chairman. Dr. Frank Hackmyer, board member, Irving Denmark, board member, and A. Schwartz. Growth of North Dade Area Reflected in its Jewish Center wu put forth for a Jewish center family to f a c i 111 a t e expediting in North Dade. plan> are currently North Dade', burgeoning proA handful of Jewish families in %  a e expedil the North Dade area looked ahead in 1950 to the development of a newlv organized Jewish center, through the Temple and social In addition, the (enter boasts of Actu'allv. the plann.ng stage for tohall for the purpose of constructa Men's club. Melyin Shrago^ presday's North Dade Jewish tenter ins one large Center with a capaciident; Sisterhood. Mrs. Max Rudolf, recurred even earlier-Mas 18. ty of 1.000. president; Parent-Teachers Associ1949. to be exact. North Dade Jewish Center's histion. Mrs. Harold Shopmaker. At that time. Mr. and Mr* fry Ia reflection of the pattern president: a teen age and pre-teen Joseph Keller. Mr. and Mrs Irving of seneral growth in the Greater group. Miller and Mr and Mrs Joseph Miami area, and of the parallel Officers of the consregation are Republicans Turn Around on Arms Continued from Page 1 A I-r.iel will maintain toward the State Department. Rep. Kenneth B. Keating, Republican from New York, said that Mr. Dulles was not ruling out the necessity of arms to Israel, and that Israels request would be "seriously reconsidered" at that time when present negotiations warranted it. Rep. Emanuel Celler. I Democrat, emphasizing Israel's immediate need for arms, said that %  declaration of any kind would not save Israel if Egypt would sudj denly attack. He said it is Israel's) „,,.(I for arms that must be considered immediately. I'resident Eisenhower conferred last weekend with Eric Johnston j on the American Rlan for Arabj Israel water cooperation. In the course of last week's Tripartite) conference, the State Department told the British and French ambassadors that the most immediate I danger of Middle Eastern conflict irises from a reported Israel plan to resume operations on Jordan River waters, at Bnot Yaacov. site j of the disputed project which is i located in the Israel demilitarized. rridoy.J ebruary J zone adjacent to Syria ^ Department fears tnstSJM ity at Bnot Yaacov nT* Syrian military mt^l a conflict. "*• i PASSOVER CIFT S WE DEFY COMPETITION Full 2 Bushel $3.50' Del. 1 So me S, -< H.jh* Full Bu. 5 M Full Croti^ Pocked with oranges, m ttntoUs, tangerines, IHB. Oh veil A jar of jelly FIB SHIPPED DIRECT FROM ROTHMAN PRODUCE. 1260 N.W. 22nd St. Miami, Flo. Pfc. Mill I Ooen Doily 9 A.M.-S JJjJ Weil Orders AtttttW CUSTOM-MADE TABLE PADS Heat Proof and Waterproof — Direct from Factory to Yo Our Agent Will Bring Sample* and Measure Your Table NORTH MIAMI TABLE PAD CO. PHONE MU 1 7903 MU 1-7334 12*36 N. W. 7th AVEPT1 Jewish ("enter spiritual leader. Banks. Irving Denmark. Al Epstein. nf thaf mcH joined the Center in October. 1953. D r Fn >nk Hackmyer, J. Burton Morris Barrit? Smce ,hat ,imp in addition 10 Ins Keys, Benjamin Miller. Jack I'owmggested the nucleus croup might duUes M r*H. "' •'< •* P dl and Harold Sho P makt>r educational system including a rel-1 To keep its membership fully in framework. During the course ing. Mr. and Mr gather temporarily in a vacant US, Sunday and nursery school, formed of the diversified activities More at 13630 West Dixie hway — a Ul ""' liece of property owned by BarSomp 275 students regularly attend which have become an integral litz. North Dade's Sunday school, which part of its program, the Center Today, with North Dade Jewish boasts f a faculty of 11 teachers, publishes a monthly bulletin. (enter's membership exceeding Three teachers constitute the) While, to augment the reverence S20 families, all of this is history. Acuity of the daily religious of its religious services, a choir Gn November 9. 1949. the Center school, with its 91 pupils. While under the direction of Lucille was incorporated with 35 charter the registration of the daily nursemembers, and during the following rv ls 94 and flve teachers are on three years, it had no official gpir" l|v fai "ulty. itual leader. Educational director of the three In 1956. at this moment. North *oohl is Rev. George Goldberg, j site by "just another North Dade Dade Jewish Center occupies three wno recently joined the Center \ neighbor." buildings, which expanded from the original site suggested by fcfori Barritz. These include the folng: Popiel School Building. In February. 1953. Mrs. Annie Popiel donated and furnished Moore assists Cantor Maurice Neu. All of this has come into being during five short years—and out of a vacant store suggested as a Isidore Cohen Papers Given to U.S. Jewish History Center for Study this edifice, which stands as a Continued form Page 1 A community. mis t-uiiuc. mrn Manas as a „„„,,, u .., ... monument to her husband munit > herc '" wh,ch Rabbl Unr Isidor Coh !" '* role in the estabMax. and sons, Maurice and *" S presen,I >' engaged, lishment of Miami in 1896 was notHarry. The papers were made availed as "unique in American hisThe Temple. This building ab,e according to an announceto ry—a Jewish founding father of has a capacity of 600 persons rnenl from Dr. Moshe Davis, coan American metropolis." and serves as the Centers dir *ctor of the History Center and Dr. Samuel Proctor, assistant .spiritual place of worship. provost of the Seminary, through professor of sociology of the UniSoeial Hall. With a capacity the Cohen family. Dr. Davis said versity of Florida, presented a paof 350 persons, this i> a rell 1S the first major collection of per on "The History of the Florida furbished model of the origearl >' Jewish life here made avail Jewish Communitv: A Case Study inal vacant store, where the able for detailed study and re"Early Jewish Settlement in Flor Centers 35 charter members *chida. 1764-1900." Discussants to the gathered. Kaw>i Lehrman i paper summed papers were Katherine Abbev HanOver five ye a rs sinc e the idea U P Greater Miami s Jewish history na. past president of the Southern a B roih m T ,,y phenomenal '" ** Hist0 "cal Association; and DT growth and extraordinary in opWalter B Posev. professor of his ESS-L h /-2-2f!5 S?i""5


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Page 12 A 'Jenistifk*idiian Friday, Febr "We Cover Greater Miami" Miami. Florida 3148 S.W. 22nd Street HARRY C. SCHWEBKE AND ASSOCIATES — LAND SURVEYORS Reasonable Rafts Prompt Service 4841 N.W. 2nd Avenue Miami PHONE 89-1646 GREETINGS Your Local Ford Dealer KUSKAMP MOTOR CO. 4585 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD, CORAL GABLES HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. John V. Hardeman and John V. Hardeman. Jr. 6 Months Auto Liability Policy 266 Almeria Avenue Phone 83-4607 Greefings "WHERE TO GET THtM" Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. • Marine Supplies • Paints and Varnishes • Fishing Tackle • Nautical Charts • Shipmate & Willis Bottled Gas FREE PARKING and DELIVERY 139 S. Miami Avenue Phone 82-6654 Emerson Service & Repair* 70 ALL HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK AUTHORIZED FACTORY SERVICE Restaurant Equipment — Reliable Experienced G450 N. Miami Ave. Phone FR 3-7270 Best Wishes To All for Brotherhood Week NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY ABSTRACTS TITll INSURANCE MORTGAGES HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BLDG. PHONE HI 4-1601 Main Office Branches: Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach GREETINGS ill McCANN PLUMBING CO. PLUMBING and HEATING CONTRACTORS Howard G. McCann, Owner 330 N.W. 71st STREET p H ONE 84-9514 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK H. Popkin and Son CONTRACTORS 1624 ALTON ROAD PHONE JE 1-5200 Veteran Critic Eyes Possibilities for Brotherhood^ .._.... w rnnn rAMRV —— > m UinllM Tft nCtTlllr MK__ By HENRY SEIDEL CANBY Some think the relations between Christians and Jews in this country are bettering; some think they are worsening. It may help to remember that the contacts of race-, national groups or majority, with minorities often result in infections like the common COht The radio blares, books good and bad arc mitten, cures are invented monthly, and -till we sniffle although what was %  menace doea begin to reduce itself toward a nuisance, which it will probabl) always be. Still, social prejudice discharges nnasty inuendoes and unsupported charges, Just possibly, the trouble with prejudice, if not with colds, ipartly semantic. The reaction to the word N< let US say. or Jew. is very different with both speaker and hearer. from the response to the name of a known person. In the histor) Oi the world there lan intensely important instant which determines whether a man is recognised n,i rely as a variety oi the human specie-, or as an individual who cannot be entirely defined by saying that he is a Hindu or a Swede. It is that instant of pause, where one looks at his neighbor as at his friends, to see what they are really like as human beings, that ma) make all the difference. If you have a long commuting ride daily, trj this simple experiment. Look down and back the car length, using one of those convenient and so uninforming lists of onewhich ire all carry in our minds—old American, recent TO ALL BROTHtRHOOD GREETINGS Acolite .\con Sign Co. 3900 N.W. 2nd AVE. PHONE 84-2549 NO BETTER WORDS TO DESCRIBE "IROTHEI With malice toward none ; with charity 'forall...-*' \


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17, 1956 +JeistrhrkJlnn Page 5 A W. KOSHt DAVIS plrifca! Statesmanship Confab Ends Csntinued from Page 1 A h leaden In the bsol government, religion, edubusiness and the press, Seminary's World Brotherhood Movement, will serve as chairman of the session, which will include a demonstration of a study method for men of affairs, and discussion M by those who are participating in May. will lx devoted to "Spinthis pro gram throughout the counStatesmanship — In the Lifej t ry be 10.1.^,1^1 w.th a luncheon Df Bernard Mandc ba dean ,„ the Balmoral hotel h.gh-^ fitudents of thp Scmjnary ^ lint: the daj program. servc a moderator. Also sehedul|o.ph S W ohl, president of the ed this evening and Saturday mornROOSEVELT A,I AT noy' %  •I ,[ ,698"" jpi o HRVIU A; HI I IN:-Hbr GREATEST ENGLISH-YIDDISH MUSICAL COMEDY LAUGH RIOT FARBLONJETE HONEYMOON VVITH JACOB KAUSH JACOB JACOBS MICHAl MICHALFSKO AND HER ENTIRE ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST DIRECT FROM HER RECORD BREAKING 16-WEEK RUN IN N.Y. OPEN FRIDAY, FEB. 17—8:40 P.M. in;,' arc Sabbath services in (onMiv.it ive> congregations throughout South Florida, which will devote sermons to the theme of the conference. "Spiritual Statesmanship: A Program for Moral Standards At Temple Emanu-El, Dr. Arzt and Gorson will speak Friday night and Rabbi Joel S. Geffen. director of the Seminary's field and I community services division, will deliver the sermon Saturday morning. Dr. Halpern will speak at Beth David Friday night, and special services also are listed for North Shore Jewish Center and Temple Zion. Dr. Mandelbaum will speak at Hollywood services Friday night and Saturday morning of Temple Beth Sholem and Temple Sinai. A seminar entitled: The Examination of a Moral Dilemma: "The Use of Mass Leisure Time," was to be moderated by Dr. Moshe Davis, provost of the Seminary. Miami Beach Councilman Samuel J. Halperin, vice president of Temple Emanu-El and South Florida chairman for the Seminary, served as chairman of the local committee on arrangements for the conference. CONDITIONED AMPLE riltfLflkli WORLD RENOWNED CANTOR MOSHE KUSEYITSKY will officiate of Kneseth Israel Synagogue 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach Saturday. frbruarv 25th •* 8:M A.M. [ THE CANT OR WILL ALSO PRESENT A PURIM CONCERT %  The Synagogue, Sunday, Feb. 26th (hirta Iff) at8P.HH T kkets on Sale at Syaagagae OMrtka $2.00 • $1 JO $1 JO CANTO* cusivn-Hr ANNUAL YIVO BANQUET fYhra /nsfifufe ef Jewish Ketemrch) SUNDAY EVENING, HI. 19th SEVILLE HOTEL 2901 Collins AM. Miami Beach DR. JACOB SHATSKY, Nisferiaa Cvesf Speaker DER YIDDISHER FORUM MEETS EVERY SATURDAY, • IJL KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 1415 Euclid Avmut, Miami Beach SATURDAY. FEBRUARY Itth Geejf Speaker DR. JACOB SHATSKY Sekjecf "JEWISH Vint m UTiMATUU" It***. -Mil nn 'i' Plume Restaurant & Cocktail lounge 11415 S. Dixie Ph. 817-9249 ^5iS Preterits METROPOUTAN OPERA STARS la fnrrlnl-H 66 Jan PEERCE Hilda GUEDEN Richard TORIGI Nicola MOSCONA Emila RENAN, Arthur NEWMAN IV ItOII. >ll PEL 21 and 21 DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM FES. 23 MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM TICKETS: RURDINE'S. CORDELIA'S, MIAMI REACH RADIO, DADE ft M I. AUDITORIUMS TICKETS W RITE The Opera Guild of Opening Night J4.25-J7.00 Greeter Miami. 625 S.W. 29th Rd., 2nd Performance $4.00 $6.50 Miami — or phone Miami 3-5967 MIAMI BEACH CAMEO WASHINGTON AVENUE, SOUTH OF LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH OPEN 1:45 P.M. TODAY The Golden Voice of MOISHE OYSH The Inimitable Comedy of ADAMS LAWRENCE TIERNEY AL (Doable Talk) KELLY CINDY HELLER "Singing in the Dark" IN PERSON ON THE STAGE MOISHE OYSHER Singing the Songs Yon Lot v THURSDAY NITE ONLY FEB. 16th 8:15 10:15 p.m. Bar Kochba SON OF THE STAR MUSIC DRAMA IN 1 ACTS CAST OF 80 DIRECTED BY SAM H1RSCH MUSIC DIRECTOR— BEN YOMEN Starring STAN PORTER GLORIA All AN I ALAN KEYS M let* Softer** tea ifaai Veraaa tJ.of.Jay Jay ioyWa" *ay Preiree SUNDAY, FEB. 26 A-I 2B MUVC* eo. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 29 MIAMI BEACH AUD. Tickete alee at AMIOON'S MUSIC CO. CENTRAL MUSIC CO. MIAMI BEACM RADIO CO. DADE COUNTY AUD.



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n j E A 40th wedding anniversary dinner honoring Mr. and Mr*. Nathan Kvshln was hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Milton Ja c abae n of Miami Beach, and the Harold Kushlns. Philadelphia, last Friday. Site of festivities was the Algiers, with the Nathan Kushlns' two grandsons and granddaughter among the 50 guests who attended. Ir rmrrlv of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Kushin have been Lh Snt* for the past 20 years and live at 6174 Pine Tree dr. iivwood-s Ban Tobin has established a Teaching Fellowship L. field ol >cience at Brandeis University. [ton's a noted Michigan and Florida realtor. He's co-chairman Liivwood's Federation drive. K b e known as the Ban Tobin Teaching Fellowship, the fund illow Brandeis to bring gifted young teachers to the Waltham, campus to instruct on the undergraduate level while study[for their graduate degrees. >>>< 1 "If vou know your domestic bills, you should know your tax i Tni> is the attitude of the League of Women Voters, who i to study Ihe city charter's provisions in that field at meetings |av and Monday. Herbert Bromberg has been busy gathering resource (rial and she'll be assisted by hostesses Mrs. D. Donald Smith, Lenox ave and Mrs. Robert Gray son, 8834 Emerson ave., at. [Friday and Monday sessions respectively. I Melita Pick and sister Joan are here from West Bend, Wis., for |r annual winter vacation. Tjaajt's paintings are frequently exhibited in art shows throughjthe season She and Melita are staying at 1760 Bay dr. >>>>cc [ Academic Laurel: North Bay rd.'s Marvin B. Slotkin stood in his section during the fall quarter at the University of Muee college of medicine in Memphis. |Mrv's continuing his ninth quarter course of study which n Jan. 5. Mrs. Medwin Benjamin was busy last week in preparation for uncheon ol the Mother's Club of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Some 50 mothers of DPhiE's at the Universities of Miami and ama gathered on the Beach to discuss the organization's,.annual Sng dance Mrs. Albert Dubbin is club president. Annual Southern luncheon is in the offing of Brooklyn nen's Hospital Auxiliary, with the affair slated at the Seville 22. and Mrs. Sara Holland is in town currently making prepa|on. "Thi will he the 15th consecutive year that the event to bring i anl to the hospital has been held here,'' explains Mrs. %  land Funds me also for the Sara and Harry Holland League of the np for ( hildren with Rheumatic Fever. Twin dan ol the Louis Glassers marked their 12th birthwith a buffet luncheon Feb. 5. Mon* Louise and Sunny Stephanie played host to over 30 |ldren at a Bi ach hotel. The girls presented a talent show of Sine, dancinn and pantomime, with "winning prizes'' for guests erta Goodman, Diana White and Ann Stockdale. Speakinc of parties: One of the largest in a coon's age here the one given last week by the Ray Goodmans, of Flamingo dr. Iinner dance on the oceanfront. Royal Palm ave. home of Mrs. Alexander Kooan was the site [a luncheon Feb. 7 for members of Royal Palm Cancer Unit, % Max Weitx, president. Despite her recent injury—which, friends say, will necessitate prd trip to Johns Hopkins in Baltimore—Mrs. K. has been M'agmg an extraordinarily active social program, what with Buaintances in weekly for cards and talk. Some of these affairs ve included as many as fifteen couples at a time. txceptional point of pride: the record Alex, Jr., is making as ftudent at Ohio State. Jewel Bail at the Eden Roc Tuesday evening—a Heart Assopwi affair -included such notable socialites as the Louis WolfM Hi ^ lbert Ptll Arthur Courshons, Mitchell Wolfson and |r. Weitkopf. Along with other top socialites here they viewed the $4,500,000 of the Andes—plus $3,000,000 worth of "other jewelry." Mendian ave.s Helen and Jack Miller are off this month from fUW for a trip around the world. ch e M,,l r* will return to the States sometime at the end of liwai? m K h f March win • ,8 mean much to $u# Tohrnar, who U vn, arrival of her daughter Marion (Mrs. R. L.) Eichberg >oungest son Stsvan. the/u" S comin fr !" Denver for the birthday of her grandG *' %  •"• Kugelman, of Rivo Alto Island. Goth.!? ^ K **lnun home are Connie and Kenneth Frank I, wm Town, whose stay ends now. They were here lor a ujmue ls the former ^^ Kusjalman, daughter of the late ld n L 0! Brandei •* <>. president Dr. Abraham L. .otel *' ^ ch-r re "Pending their annual vacation at the tL {JJi ovnan s "World i^uexwiislb-IEIIiOiciidliiaun MIAMI. FLORIDA Friday. February 17. 1956 Section B "Mother-and-Daughters" team help plan Luncheon Unlimited in behalf ol Combined Jewish Appeal on Feb. 29 at Miami Beach auditorium. Chairman is Mrs. Inez Krensky (seated'. Assisting are her two daughters. Mrs. Harry Smith (left) and Mrs. Thomas Gerard. Over 2,000 women are expected at the biggest campaign function oi 1956. Feb. 29 Nears as Plans Finalize for Women's Extravaganza Miami Beach auditorium will once more be the setting for the "biggest extravaganza in community history" on Wednesday. Feb. 29. when the Combined Jewish Appeal again sponsors its traditional Luncheon Unlimited for women of Dade county. According to Women's Division chairman Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. every seat in the huge auditorium is expected to be filled in the one-day mass demonstration by women in behalf of the worldwide humanitarian CJA causes. Named to head the luncheon event is Mrs. Inez Krensky, of Miami Beach. Her co-commanders ase Mrs. Harry Gordon for the Mi ami-Coral Gables area, and Mrs. Morris J. Goldin. in the Miami Beach area. Some 2.500 enthusiastic women, representing nearly 100 women's organizations in Dade county, overflowed the main floor of the auditorium two years ago at the first Luncheon Unlimited, setting an alltime record for attendance at a single women's function for the Combined Jewish Appeal. As heretofore, presidents of auxiliaries of CJA beneficiary agencies will be in the forefront of the community-wide sponsoring committee now in formation. Expected to set the pace in membership reservations for the luncheon, Mrs. Krensky announced, are Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mt. Sinai Auxiliary; Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Bureau of Jewish Education: Mrs. Milton Sirkin, 'Greater Miami Community Center; Mrs. Sol Silverman, Jewish Home for Aged Auxiliary; Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Jewish Family Service; and Mrs. Jean Lehman. National Council of Jewish Women. "A committee of nearly 100 have already come forward to volunteer for service in Luncheon Unlimited, exceeding our fervent hopes for an all-out organization effort." said Mrs. Krensky. Working closely with Mrs. Krensky in the direction of the huge county-wide event is the entire top echelon of the CJA Women's Division and year-'round division, including such prominent local leaders as honorary vice chairmen Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Louis Altschul; Mrs. Lehrman, yearContinued on Page 6 B PTA Maps Purim At Beth Sholom Plans for the celebration of Purim at Temple Beth Sholom have been completed, according to an announcement by Ha/ry A. Greenberg, chairman of the religious school board. A gala Purim carnival and costume parade will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon on Sunday, at the Temple. All funds realized from the luncheon and carnival will be donated to the current Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, stated Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president of the PTA, which is planning luncheon. Older children will celebrate Purim the following week, with a coronation of the Junior High Purim Prince and Queen on Saturday evening, Feb. 25. Film on Prejudice Viewed The film, "Can We Immunize Our Children Against Prejudice.' 1 was shown at a Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center Women's Group meeting Thursday at the Center. Discussion following was led by Dr. George Epley, chairman of the human relations department at the University of Miami.



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Page 8 B l e wis*fk>r** HL J-riday .February 17 92 \m o I Society Kaplan, Margoiuis On Nassau Vacation Nassau's Emerald Beach hotel is \ the honeymoon destination of the, former Anne Kaplan and Howard Wolff Margoiuis. who were married Sunday at 4:30 p.m. in Temple Israel. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hyman Kaplan. 1828 SW 21st ter. Mr. Margoiuis is the son 01 Mr. and MrMortimer H. Margoluis, Mamaroneck. N Y. Mr. Kaplan gave his daughter in marriage. She wore blush pink peau de soie gown with bodice of handclipped alencon lace. Appliques of lace and beads adorned the skirt which extended into a cathedral train. A crown ol seed pearls and sequins held her veil of silk Illusion White phalaenopsis orchids, lily of the valley and English ivy on a white confirmation Bible made up the bridal bouquet. Miss Phyllis Kaplan was her liter's maid of honor. Mrs. Bernard Gordman and Miss Marilyn Kurman. classmates of the bride at Stephens College and the I'M. were bridal attendants. Kugene Margol ills of Mamanmeck was his brothers best man. Arnold Margoiuis and Albert H. Kahn >erved as usher-. Reception followed in the Temple patio. The couple will be at home at 2158 S\V 14th ter.. after Feb. 29. Levities Announce Edna's Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Irvine. 1751 James ave.. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Edna May. to Harold Martin Hirshman. son of Mr. and MrHarry Hirshman. Philadelphia. The bride-elect Miami Beach High School, where -he was a member of honor soeiet] Ud active in school eventShe s a junior at l'niver-it> Ol Miami, president of Delta Phi EDBUOD social sorority. Alpha Lambda Delta women's freshman honorary. Alpha Epsilon Delta pre-medical honorary and Beta Beta Beta. *ji&e4> rtwwt^iotA Guest on the Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Max S*ndl r „i Center, Haas., and the Morris Schiffs, Columbus. O Ma u sj a sport* shoe firm, white Morris is chairman of the board of Z Shoe Manufacturers. eatlother vacationer with a story: La* and Ms wife at the Atrip*, celebrating his first complete tiremeet Loo's former! reasurer and director of a major poratlen. The Max Mandlos marked their 65th wedding anniversar* week. .Max is a retired wholesale meat dealer. Son Henry UJ tired t?hemical engineer, who acted as host with his wife it fair The Loon Levy home. 850 Lakeview dr.. now belong, Alfred Werblows, daughter Gail and son Jool. They moved here'i A ''s broUejl A n t Newport News. Va. Oail attends Beach High, while s a graduate "^{^^d from Paris, is a student at U of M. Dr. Charles Warblow. Pinetree dr.'s Morris Modofs had as their guests at a J+M Inn dinner party their nephew and his bride. Mr. and Mr*. InrinsjT^ of Pittsburgh. MOM ABOUT ANN/VMSAJlttS 4MB 6UIS1S •JOtT* SHOftE LAMES Rutgers president of the Student Body. He is a lieutenant junior grade in the United States Navy, stationed in Philadelphia. No date wedding. ssja has been set for the mm National hotel this week was Children to Fete Henry Liebmans Mr and Mrs. Henry I.iebman. of 1004 Meridian ave.. will observe their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday. Feb. 19. They were married in New York City and moved to Miami Beach from Brooklyn in 1948. Mrs. Liebman is a member of the board of the Hebrew Academy, rladassah and has been cited for her work in the Bonds for Israel Campaign. She belongto Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood and Mizrachi. Mr. I.iebman was formerly with the New York Life Insurance Co. and was treasurer of Congregation Torah Vodaath for many y ears. ~A dinner in their honor will be held at 31 Shore Drive North. Miami, which will be followed by a reception in the late evening. Out-of-town guests and relatives from New York will attend. Acting as hosts for the dinner and reception will be their children. Mr-. Bernice E. Honig. Miami Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman. Miami, and their three grandchildren. Charles S. Liebman and Barry and l^anny Honig. The Honey's Bamboo room was the site of a recent silver i_ affair hosted by the Mormon Gordons in honor of Mr. and Mrt. 1 min Isrool, Miami Beach and Hull, Mass. Guests included PA. 1 .„ „/ Mrt. Loon Kayo and Cindy Both, Maiden, Mass.; the Bon Dtlnkki.1, Mr. Hirshman is a graduate of g^gj^T Mi „ PaoU Mllla. and Stephen Dolnick. Boston: £, University, where he was | M ^ Ra|ph Dt)vWj Franklin, Mass. Also Mr. and Mrs. A. Simons and Miss Beverly Simons, Mr. Mrs. Jack Soidol and Mr. and Mrs. Simutl Oberttein, Hull; Ma Hamburg, Mrs. Sarah Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ralby, Israel, Danny Gordon, Faye Baker, Mrs. Loo Stono and son Edwaril Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bockor, of 3333 Garden ave., are in California.] Sam's attending meetings of savings and loan groups Mrv Al 0 las, Mrs. Sidney Band and Mrs. Bonjamin Shinkman were kept Tuesday helping as hostesses at a Valentine luncheon for Children's Home in Israel. The home's a project of B'nai Women and North Shore chapter, of which Mrs. Goorga Baltud, 1 president, presented the affair. Site was the Bay Harbor home, 1022G West Broadview dr., of Mrs, Harry Jacobton. PHYSICIANS WIVES ARTIST ***** • • • •• %  m0m0 Physicians Wives club met for their February meeting at home of Mr.. Mauric. Edolman. 5237 LaGorce dr G uest sp was popular artist and instructor at the University ol Miami fc Mastin University of Chicago, University of Mexico. University Wisconsin and University of Southern California are some of the r schools at which Gono has taught. He's also exhibited at the politan in New York, the Whitney Museum there and the Art of Chicago. .. Celebration of the golden wedding anniversary of ,Mr. and Morris Chaxanof, 3191 Day ave., Coconut Grove, will highlight the I Friday evening service of Israelite Center. Before taking up %  dence here in 1947. the Chatonofs were Kingston. NA. r where Morris was in the grocery business. Ml. MSMIS. .\i ihn.ii ( IIEIMAN Greenberqs Mark pjationai notet mis weeic was AII the scene of 32nd wedding an50th Anniversary niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Landau, of New York City. niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mr-. A Greenberg. 1521 Lear School Youth In Graduation Fete Students of the Lear School showed their ability to attempt a difficult task recently, when they presented the opera Carmen as the highlight of their commencement exercises. Heading the cast was Natasha Feinman as Carmen MisFein man recently won a $2.2000 schol. Judge Nelson Gets SJItal Service Award in ,111 csaaj tuiiim uut-w rtie oiumiiuuc IMW.IMI-. ua; naiuui iie GreenberfS' dents Taking the Easy Wa| Out'" 1 lands club and the American and Othen in the cast were Ray j F|orjda Baf Associations He has Ml. and MIS. GREENBERG SW 6th st.. will be celebrated Kriman recently won a $z.zuuu scnoiday with a dinner in their honor arship to the I'niversity of Miami at the Algiers hotel. j n u Cssav eonteat titled "Are StuHo-ts will be the four children and dren. Stemhardt, Susan Meyer-on and The Greenbergs were married in D>vW Ba-ker. New York City 50 yean ago and dancers were Midge Ashbach. wore pioneer Gainesville Fla., resiBarbara Baderman. Carol Cohen, dentThey cam. t Miami in Hobyne Karden. Gail Sandman and 1937. Robert Sand-. Children pre-ent were their Tne Production numbers includdaughters. MrMornGarfaer and ,,(i ; '" students of the High School MrSamuel Migden. and their Tne opera was coached by Robert son-. Max and MornGreenberg. Wiltaie, with choreography banGrandchildren included Mr and d,c< b >' Gertrude Krause Mrs BaiTJ Garber, Alan and MarThe commencement exeni-<>s shall Garber. Judith Migden and began with David Basker giving Michelle. Robert and Mark Green,ne -salute to the flag. Roberta berg. Sands the scripture reading, and Dr Ira Heifer and MrG BoaaaV Boaffl Meyeraon as the salutatothal were among out-of town relanan The Greater Miami chantfr the National Multiple Judge Theodore Nelson, of Bay Society swung to Miami BeadFl Harbor Islands, has been presented' its 1956 goal for SI00.600 for .. Mto^ Service Award -^„. —g fflS for 1955 1956 by the Surfside-, Mg victims in th ,^ area. Golden Beach Junior Chamber of Mrs Merel M. Dunne, presid Commerce. of the local chapter. Nelson has served as Town The MS canister drive OP Judge m Bay Harbor Islands since .J^; !" .* T^to his aPPO">-i Beach drive was the $100+1 Gold Key donor dinner held Sunday. Feb. 5. in the Pompei at the Eden Roc 1951 At the time of ment he was one of the youngest men ever to hold any judicial position in Dade county. Judge Nelson is married and the father of one child. His affiliations include Kiwanis, Bay Harbor Isserved as treasurer of the North Shore Jewish Center. blackstone| florist •d tram 13th strttt. 414 16th STtKT (off WatH' n S n ..! $ u rclines SMMUU ^>uiue*s Iht home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •rag. U.8. pat off. MUM MAC* FT. UtJDKDAlt WMT A LM Drassas of Distinction By Outstanding Manufacturers Atroctwaly Pricad STUDIO 1230 Lincoln Rood Aot. 3 Miomi Beoch-Ph. JE 8 0202 Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Yo| Social Functions WEDDING IANQUITS WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS tram 25 ta 1,000 HOTEL IWDEI PEISOKAl MAKA6Eff| •( SAUl aHMUM ON THE OCEAN AT UNCOIN ROAD TalseaMM Jl Mill US SW. ltth Avau 110 AUfN, Mrrtor fe -JtA-S^ iMlhUatiaai Caa^a Wtfee mi Cinnlistj^



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Friday. February 17, 1956 + k*lsf fk+kltor Page 3ft /< ctninine fair: \^Jn the . 20 %  Robert Stras*fei|. guest Hponlur, will talk and play music written by prominent Jewish musicians. Program will include some of Strassburg's own compositions. Meeting is scheduled at the home of Mrs. Louis Falk, 4400 Segovia ave., Coral Gables. Purim party on Tuesday. Feb. 21, will be held at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Mrs. Jerome Gordon is in charge of arrangements BIRTHS MT. SINAI HOSPITAL— •* Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cohen Feb. 7. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Leonard Stein Feb. 6. Daughter born to Dr. and Mrs. .Michael (Jilbert Feb. 5. I DaUjhter. I>i>m to Or. anel Mrs. 1 Seymour Alterman l"eb. 4. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1 Bass Jan. 31. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Milton 1 Felton Jan. 31. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abel Jan. 31. I Son born to Dr. and Mrs. Philip Samet Jan. 30. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Heymann Jan. 30. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Goodman Jan. 29. ^PRODUCTS Compare TETLET TEA with any other brand [JUNE ^BUTTER MARGARINE •fAMOUS UNCI 1137 then Compare TETLEY TEA with my other brand &WK! re>£ Entttjw Un d Kashtr*.. Jpc.b Cake* / ARE YOU F A R B L U N J E T ? FREE* m Send today far ye" **• e V •'• too wonderful ROW Jewi.h Enjlih "Mondaoofc af faaillar Jowhli Wards and ExtrtisUns". Set "farMaaftf" a •• 34; also T*i*efcop#onejh". Sat "Hocfcoa A Caotaifc" on aoge 4. Soo 222 Jew** wards, oxaresiloM, definitions, •sat, ate. Fan. laafhs, educational far me waata family. ^*ij f*0yur tree eaay, write fa; ftf j. F. TUBIE RESNIK CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP. 405 LEXINGTON AVENUE NEW YORK 07, NEW YORK^ Uign ana ngm !" v — ^RQMEDAKi Bake it easy...***'*' surev m and tight...home kitchen pure! CAKE MIXES outtoke *ty other method ...wyothermix! See for yourself how quickly, how easily Dromedary Mixes give vou the finest cakes and cookies you've ever bought or b aked. Kosher, tet-thty ae the W ^V yet Drtmedary casts aa mare! / *5ASK YOUR bftOCtR FOR DROMEDARY on .. n....l*. CnnH MY •



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17.1956 +Jeistrh,kHn,ri Page 13B ivalescent formed Here iapir" in* r-— treasurer; Mrs. Si I 10HN B. Ml, it. Rabbi Bass Tckes "SrtepMdinj! secrePMV Turner, corre *OW Mrs. Anns hidI secretary. Cofcen. Mrs. Alfred oniiational advisory; Joel P Newman, _jfh lo;il advisory; %  SC'SKSTR Philadelphia Post Aufman. medieal ad(\ k ki> B Roe, l>u'>The formal installation of Rabbi Jerome S. Bas- a-> spiritual leader ^jlion. which was mi()| u, e th Emeth Congregation was %  There in March. 1954, h c id m the synagogue auditololMr. and MrZitter, r j um ,„ Philadelphia. Pa., on SunE r received r initial ( | ;iV evening, Jan. 29. ken) with a gill from \ native of Connecticut, Babbi [ Roth I !l Bail la the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jwinter visitor here. B enjanjin Bass, 56 NE 51st st, [ "' Miami. He attended the University I the organlia„f Florida for two years and transJ provides these aims: f t rre <| to the University of Miami, [I DOD-profit, non-secwhere he majored in English and fhome when' sick peo] minored in music. He was later hperale in pleasant, graduated with an AB degree. boundingafter :> BeBefore coming to Beth Emcth, [or during the convaR a bbi Bass was, since 1954. spiriti pecial considersua | leader of Congregation B'nai those unable to afAbraham in Butler. Pa. i at a private sanitoriltommittee> ol tnendly While serving in the Marine Corps as a captain of artillery in tag cheer and comfort j tne 4th Anti-Aircraft Battalion, he Fand disabled in hos-. decided to study for the rabbinate. W>" i After his discharge in December Jip chairman of the 1946. he entered the Jewish Theoli Jewish Convalescent ogical Seminary and was ordained M Hilton V.iiu. 300 in June, 1952. |e. Miami. In 1953. he returned from a 13-month study trip in Israel. There he met his wife, the former Ion i/l Talk Yehudith Orenstein, a fourth generation Israeli. Rabbi and Mrs. auditorium last week Bass were m amed in 1953, in pf a meeting of Ben Jerusalem. irk Farnand. 1. M.' Dr. Simon Greenberg, vice chanmp-tmidi-d Guest ccllor and vice P resident of k^ 1 T, M t*W l h J wish Theological ScmM. Oolob. formary o{ America> installed Rai)bl :w V6rk medical colcussion of "Gall Blad-; BS. — Deedand Mis[A f. I>h!on introduced Bass. 1 TyjGUST BROS Ry^ ** fj th,BEST/ Orr Announces He Seeks Second Term State Rep. John B. Orr. Jr.. this s week announced his plans to seek ** reelection, to the Hpuse of Repre. sentatLv-s MS ,, member of'the Dad* COtlrtty delegation, m his initial political pursuit two years ago, Orr, was elected to the State Legislature. Group Two, by a majority of 20,000 votes. During the last session of the legislature. Orr helped in the pas sage of "vital legislation which will result in the transfer of much governmental power from TsilshaSBSC to Dade county where it belongs." Upon announcing his plans for reelection. Orr stated, "I am proud of the part I played in the legislation of particular local Interest which was passed during the last session, including a revision of the election laws of Miami and Miami Beach, the creation of a new and modern charter for the City of Hialeah. the establishment of a civil service system for county employees, a provision tor a county medical examiner, the authorization of a public defender, the placing of the expenditure of the Port Authority under the surveillance of the county budget hoard, the provision for a maximum 40-hour work week for the Miami Police Department, an appropriation for the establishment of international theadquarters for the Junior Chamber of Commerce on Miami Beach, an appropriation to enable the establishment of a $500,000 state board of health laboratory in Dade county." "During my last campaign I pledged to the people that I would do all within my power to bring a fairer share of the representation in our legislature to Dade county," Orr added. "I helped draft and steer the passage of the constitutional amendment which provides for 13 additional representatives from Dade county. This amendment will be submitted to the people In November for their consideration," he continued. Orr said he will conduct "a clean, affirmative campaign based on my record and experience and I my plans for the future." MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 55QS N.W. 3rd st. N H J C 3 i H 1 %  <.ja. Phone MO 1-8201 iSOCIATED DETECTIVES Of NORTH & CENTRAL AMERICA, INC. Phone PI 8-3806 W STREET BiSCAYNE PLAZA, ROOM 213 MIAMI, FIA LASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Tffi, tnilti Mirrors and eiilyerif Out Specialty & Glass and Mirror Works "• STREET PHONE FR 3-2728 j Morris Orlia Control! SURmWHOWARAMTYl %  • AS Ml NOOt-ITLOl TUT .S lUITllRalMI TIRHITI Jtlll Phone 9-1761 TRULY NOLEN, inc. HONE 6441 '•PlAGLER 'Service Yts—you can shop around for a now car, but, LUBY SELLS FOR LESS!! See Luby befor* you sign tor any carl GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. HI 6 5860 M*v your roof repaired now; you will uv< on a now roof lator "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Lincoln ot Washington Pays Interest on Savings FOUR TIMES A YEAR January 1—April 1 July 1—October 1 V270 per onnum on balances from $100.00 to $15,000.00 Each Account Insured by F.D.I C. to $10,000.00 Start Sa..nq Here Todov Member ,| Deposit Insurance Corp >, ,oi R>scirc S>Mcm MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-3431 IKE GORDON. Licensed Funeral Director .$ %  PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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day. F erbruaryJ7_1956_ +Jenistncrkfar, LEGAL NOTICE iTc^T fS ANO DAOE c CMANCER V i;( ,i,niiKRa, •HIE SAM 1 l. ,..,,„,iff. I tiff. '" nnKRfl '" '' ndanl B *^TO PU8LICATI 2-rer*S i thi ON Hi Hi i' lull M |ilCmt %  M confessed in iv v. 156. iERMAN ,',,, "i Court lil R E. JR. i*imtv Clerk ;.VOPF, ssq Road ni B*' h. P %  1T-W LnTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS H0TW NAME LAW „ T rr \l HEREHY lilVKN that l:!^ Midi '"'"" ""'"'' f B. IRIVI IN RESTAURANT at K i 1 "' U GEORGE CASSATLT MM \. FRIEDM \N \, leant l0-17-'t •NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW PICE IS HKItKHY OIVEN thai iK* 1 In ii name M so i.d i" .'i '•"' N B 1st iHiiml. I I v Florida. In;• with, the %  of I'.nil' I "HINE N, H WAS ivsoN iN'i PKRRT [ \ Savaa • (.. inael [ INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME I AW lOTI'T. I.III:I:F:IO HIVEN that 1 lii engage, In hi name "f j %  v\ U!i Av.-i n 1111 .I i tout t "f i II FARR IXON p %  %  < 1 Coral w.u I• : I1 J [THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIN CHANCERY No. 187134 (toMK 8HOWAI.TBR and I'AI. M WEBER I'l.i i lit Iff*. Bl A FISCHER and JOHN A. KlIKli and FISCHER, lfe. hi.unknown spouse, 5. Defend NOTICE TO APPEAR Win A f || ".•th Street le I" N \ and Mm A Flarhi r ami t *rh i %  |ft, hli ltd lW_•: .\ v an.I on n heirs, ilgna, llenOl other I'.h. un.. %  n .,11 praoni aiming It the. above [ li esses F %  "':' 'V N. 1 %  ... %  I fill IDt-l Iflc f: % %  %  mi n< to sell perty, lt.iI i. 11. -wit: ill LITTLE (>F MIAMI. .,', \ N %  In* to the {.'.'' • .i n> Plal Pub" %  "LIcou.tr. 1 t.. serve. ,[, %  '" %  n H IINItY M. • St.. .1. Ml' the oilKlnal of i Ml..ffl. %  of the Sthe |.,i '"'""'• "" r '"IM'WIII i """ f •f ,d Cnm P E iw! fs5 ml ""'"'•'' "''• 8 lh I g i KA1 HERMAN, rrb i.f in, ul| court ... .in ourt ;. ''::'":.\ ...eirid B> WYW. T "E COUNTv CR EDITORS J 4 FOR* r, J ^ DGE8 COURT l 0ft| DA IN DD „„ A0E COUNTY. III. I'-, V|, R ,P BATE N "<> I IMi ivi i, Hvl>mand MM %  ..t any i-h you. or <" HI .i ; %  ,,'.' %  .iifi.tr.Kl thW I-I. ',, sl1 VRRMAN, nty. Kimi.u. lira ,.f '• Jin -..,nIn l r tin,i ad.... l .worn A D IM:. I.I iratrtx h. %  •f i.i-t LEOAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS bjEUKIiY lilVKN n,;,i the II l. iliemiindn Ai:aini>t Bald Batata: Tou, ati.i f.nii of you HIT bareb) You, and eaih of vim ara bareb) notified and required t.. preaenl any i IH Ims uml dafnanda which you, or either of you, may havr agHliiKt the estato ,.f MEYER BEINHORN, deNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  N OTIfE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tinunderals-ned, deairlna .,, ansMa In bualneae under the flctitloua nabTa ol BIL.-MAR HOMES, at 1199 W. Olxle HlChway. North Miami, Kla intend of the • I., nit Court of Oade County, Florida. MARTIN EPSTEIN, INC A MK, t ^ X, i ,V .Ut,^.l N ,K, AN N '' ^"w ,,, K, 1 :[;., A y; li an,s 1/27 — 1/3-10-17 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the under*igni-il. il.^lnnc t.> .IIKUK>in bualneaa under the foraaa will I" barn d. Se K.., tin,i 7Jj | th.l'-c. Probate AJ t 1 ..lie I. till. Ill I' SO. All II I'llll. BEINHi RN, Ax Executor of the Laal Will and ent of METER BEINHORN, : % %  • ., %  ad M \i:K SII.VKRSTKIV ; • Lincoln I;I Ml i I A t torney for Exi i utor I0-1T-I4 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37142-8 In It. l.sr \TK i .I-' ABRAHAM BLOOM, I >.•.. %  ...-. .1 To All creditor* and All Peraona HavInc ClaluiH or Iwmuiidn AgaliiMl Said ne: You. .iinl each of you. are hi notified and required I it anv Claim* and demand* whirl! you. or either of you. may have a*.-Hinat the eetate of ABRAHAM BLOOM iler.-jsed late of Oad County, Florida, to tha Honorable County Judge* of [jade 1'ounty. and file the name In their official In the County Courthouse In I>ade County. Florida, within el*ht • -a.len.lar month* from the date of the flrt publication hereof. Said claim* or demand* to contain the legal addrean of the claimant and to be irwora to and lircxented aa aforesaid, or xame will be barred. I>ate JanuarS' 25, A.IX !!>* %  <. K1MEON SPEAR. Aa Executor of tha Laat Will and Teatament of ABHAII \M HI."" i\l. WKI'MAN AM. VVEPM \N Attornej fan i -..ite ol \ %  ah.un Bloom 2/ 3-10-17-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 186943 QLORIA KOB8AR HORN, Plaintiff, v*. i WI.I.Y HORN. Ht-feiidHiit NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TI STANLEY ll> >RN t Bainbrldie Avenue Bionx (IT. New Y'ork Tou are i by notified thai a Complaint for Divorce baa been filed ajralnat >..u. and >-ou are reque*ted to aorvi a copy of your Anawer "i Pleadini to the Complaint on ihPlaintiff*" Attorney*. Albion and Oreenfleld, t-'-' l'laxa MulldiiiK. Miami. Florida ltd to file the i.i-ixln.i I Answer or Pleading In the Off* a of the Clelk of th. 'II cult Court mi oi before tba Sth dnj of March. li* If you fall to do so. JuilRineiit b) default will be taken against you for the relief demanded by the Complaint. lion,. Hiid Ordered at Miami, rloi Ida. thl l*t dav of February, l.'.6. K i: LEATHERMAN, Clnk of the Circuit Court Bv It II WYNN. Deputy Clerk (Seal) ALBION and GREENFIELD II I'laza BulldinK. Miami, Florida At tin in \* fm Plaintiff 2/3-10 -1721 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. S7175-A In Re: ESTATE ol' MAURICE A. WEOER a/k/a M A. WEtlEK. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All and All Peraona Having Claims or Demands A! Said I You. and each of you are In notified and reuuii t ani claim* and demand* which vim, ol mav have agalnM the ..I MMItl.i: \ WEOER. M A. WI>;KR l. of linde County, Florida, to th* Hon hi,. I I file the same In then offl. • s in the Coin (house in ladi Countv, Kli I.I calendai moiitbs from tlic date of the fli si publli ntlon h Said claim* or 'he legal .iiiiii • ••.of the lalmanl sworn to .mil or aame will 731.16 of the 194. I '" < Ha I A H I' JENNY Ai x of ih. l-.-t W Ml and Testament of. IRWIN I 319 S. t.oLi Hull.line Miami. Mori.la ni ..I i i: 2/17-14 3,'J- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 186705 BETTTE S. Mi NAM \i:.\. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN A McNAMARA, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO I' IHN A Mi NAMARA i .. i;. oi ge McNamara Orand Rlvei .It, Mli hlxan TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to i copy of '..unAnaw< to the Complaint for Divorce filed herein on tiff"* i.ti L (>l'RNHON FINK. (OS Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and to I Ifflnal in the offleaoi the Clerk of the above Court on or before tin1st day of is;,u, otherwise a default will be entered aealnsi you thi* IMth day of .la: DATED i (Seal) 1/27 — 2/3-10-17 K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Court B] It. II. RICE. JR. Oeptity Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ii rn -K is HEREBY OIVEN that the uti'le. signed, desiring to engage in busine** under the flctitloua name of PARTY TIME, a division of Academy Chair Reining Co. (Not Inc.), at 3421 X W Mth Stieet. intend* to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. 11 !•: N.I A MIN WBIN11A RTEN MILTON A HtlKI'.MAN Attorney for Applicant d Bids. l fj -' :: lu-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 36240-B IN RE ESTATE OP ISA \i' Ol 'I.I 'RL( •" >M I e • aed .'ITATI. IN PUBLICATION The S'aie ni Florida to Morris Goldmum, Joseph CoId l.l n. Bessie Cohen, Julen Ooldbloom, Bertha Salttmnii. Max Ooldbloom, Herman Kota• ii,, Kugeii.. Ooldbloom, I'amel Goldbloom, and all oth.r peraona I "Ipei tied are hereby notified that •. petition has been filed In nafd Coin i toi a --iKii-ii. in of dowar on behalf of Bather Ooldbl n, and you are herebs required to file your vvrnt.n defense* thereto within fortl days after the first publication hereof should you fail therein, decree will he entered In due cifurse upon said petition. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 23rd day of January. A.D. ItSI Dated: January ts, l.aj. FRANK II. HOWLING. Count) .lu.ig. B) MKI.BA C DICK. (C. J UAL) 'iTk SAMUEL i RAND, Attorney 44. Soybold litnlg Miami. Florida 1 fj J, 3-10-17 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 184UM4 EVELYN yriNN. Plaintiff, v*. JOHN Ul INN Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE 11. JOHN QUINN Hlllaid* AM nue Ml. Kis, o. New Yolk You aie h.reln notified that a lull .,f Complaint f-r Divorce nan ,salnsi you, and you at 1 inaw. ,,,g lo the Mill of Coiiii.laint on |h, plaintiff Attorney I IF. NIC, M ,'\|\ .' .'a w Florida, and file 11 or Pleading In th 11. %  of 11 I )lf lh ,. • Court on ... IM fore the 2th da > ou ,/"" ,,, ,|o X... jiMlgiiu -nt b) lb fault will he Uken s 'or demanded in the Bll of %  omj.lal.. This not* • ahall be publlahed week fol foul itlv Pagw 15 A vv k % In THE JEWISH FM mil -i AN DONE AND ORDERI Wtaml. ,,.. (Srd dav of .lanuaiv. A D IM *' 1: B i.i:\Tiii:n.MAN Clerk, circuit Pouri Dafla County, RNOTER DejHlt] letk. leal) 1 17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is 111:1:1:1 v OIVEN that %  iderslsne I, denlrlns to .image in buslni under the ri. 1 • MIAMI BEACH I -l 1:1.|. IT %  m 1 the • •nt ol Dade 1 %  • I:T for Apiill IM ^^T-'CE T CREDITORS 2 T E e. C0U ^ TY JUDGES' COURT c N o.el? ,f OR DA DE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 37139-B In 1:. I:.-I ATE 1 iP _EMM A M [>opuVICH, 1 1 gjf ( 1( l,: 1 '" 'Hands Asalnai You. and actl Of you, are I,. notified and >•., ilred to ui and demands whfoh oithei of ,,,,. ol EMM \ M POPOVICH rt. 1 late of De.de Cnuniv, II to the Honorable Count) .ludge* of Ii."7 e ./,' Unt '\'""' file ""' %  '"'• '" In1 offices In th. County Col,.1 house In Hade County. Floi da, within eight calendar month* from the date of the first publication hei f. Said claim* 01 demands to contain the legal addreas of the claimant and to lie to and pre*ented as aforesaid. 01 earn* win inbarred. Data January 20. A.D. H.*>< HABRY /. POPOVICH As i:xeiut..r of the Laat Will and Testament of .K *MA M POPOVICH M W P. SILVER Attorney for Executor 1/27 — 2/.1-IO-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi In bualne undet the fictitious name of MORTON LEON ASSOCIATES 1-7 N W. Ind B( Miami, Floi Ida Intanda to register aald name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MORTON LEON ASSOCIATES. INC SHAPIRO FRIED A Horn. 42.1 Lincoln Road :7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engi business under the fli tltioui 1 MADELEINE MOORE, at l-'7 N. \\ 2nd Si Mi.no Floi Ida, Inter 1to register aald name with tluClerk of the Clrcull Court of Dade C F1.ui MORTON LEON ASSOCIATES. IN. SHAPIRO FRIED AI torne) %  foi Applli ant Lincoln Road 1,27 — I 1-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhal the undersigned, desiring to engia liu-iiie uiiiler the fictitious name ol WAIKIKI PARTNERSHIP OF THE DANIEL AND HELENE LIFTER TIH'ST FUNDS, at 1 sM-i Collins Avenue. Dad.County, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the C11 iint Court of Dade County. Florida Daniel and Helena Lifter Trust FAind for Donna Isadora Lifter ', Daniel and Helen? Lifter Trust F\ind for Snekkin Waodrow Rubin %  Daniel and Helene Lifter Trust Fund for Andrew Bpott Rubin %  l>*nli-l and Helene Lifter Trust Mind foi Nancy Irene Lifter '4 Be met) M l.itu 1. Adele Rubin. apb 1i-ii Trusteea foi the Above Trust i' %  BENNETT M LIFTER Attorn*) fm Applli 1 .in. oln Ro oi 17-24 —fl't NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I*. HEREBY OIVEN the und. vsiclii'.l. d. -Iiln; to • lui-lii. "•' : DIAMOND DEIT STORE, at 2D1 N \V :ih Av* intend* lo 1 el said name with M •• Clerk of thi .nit Curt of I mt> Florida fJBORGE DIAMOND 17-34 — NOTICE UNDER FICTIT!OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enirage in hu-in.ss under the fictitious Ham. ..f NI:\\ YORK DBIJCATEK8BN A. RESTAURANT, at it Northeast lal Street Mlajnl, F'lorida. intend* to regkrter said name with the Clerk of the Co. till Court of Dade County. Florida RUBIN OREEN BTANLET D CAIDIN Vt'ornev for New York Dellcatesaen lain .nt and Rulilu 1 lie. n 2/1017-24 — 3/ 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to en* I bualneaa under the fictitious name ol SYLVERN'S CORONET SHOP, al IM Lincoln Road. Miami Iteach. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Cir.ult Court of Dad* County*. Honda. ISRAEL STEINBERG FRIEDMAN SHAPIRO R) Kamdi I W Shapiro v • •' %  1 o .-"1 elnl IK .' 10-1" LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37071-A In Re ESTATE OP HERMAN FISCHER, U NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH edlto gnd All Pi in Demands Ac You, and each of yo i a re h red to pn elalma and demands ivhfcji you. or either of you. nm I tho of HERMAN FISCHER, i late "' I>adi i .tin) i '. the 1 ion ,1 lid,Co 1 I i.iilr 1 'ounl) and file 1 he SB ti Iheii offlcea In the County Courthouse In l'.nle county. Florida, within calendar months from the date Of the first publli ali"ii hereol 01 demands lo ronl iln the lega 1 ad dress of the claimant and to 1. or s.iin., will I,. :r, of the in.' Probati Act. Dated February 10. A D BENJAMIN FISCHER A* Bxrcutor of the Last Will and Testament of Herman 1:1:1-: .1 TAUANOFF Attorney foi Exe< utor 2/10-17-24 — 3/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in biiMinesa under the fictitious name of MERIN TERRACE APARTMENTS. at 1 % .".." %  92nd Street, Dav Harbor Is land. Miami Beach, Florida. Intend to register said name with the 1 of the in cult Court of Dade County, Florida. 11 Y.MAN LEVINE JENNIE LEVINE SAMUEL KARP SARAH KARP 1 RIEDMAN ft SHAPIRO Dv Samuel w.u Shapiro Mlm in • %  Lppl I — 3/2 A fire demolishes your home Doe* your insurance cover the rental expenses incurred while your homo is being rebuilt? for me answer to thi:, or an/ other iniurune quesreaa Artfiur M. Kohn Richard L. 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Page 10 B =i rage iu o —-^-^ ,_ # HMii^miIteTMt.Sinai Jubilee RflhStlijjMJto !" J**£ Ed Sullivan, syndicated columbilee chairman. "Sullivan will head | DM and nationally famed TV star, a parade of ^formers m a fourwill act as master of ceremonies for hour ShOW. With S173.UUU m rr Mount Sinai hospitals 'all star" ,ceipts we are shooting for this Jubilee at Miami Beach auditorium year There are no solicitations on Mar 1. This is the fifth conduring the show. Kane stroseci. setfutta timejjbat he has agreed Revenue is derived only by contnto appcaf in tlfot capacity. Outions for tickets. AcAiMh" Howard *Kane:'Ju-t As head of Mount Sinai Jubilee —T h ^ m J ^ H ***^ ——I, since 1952. Sullivan and his shows — .. %  • • %  |attempts. Once agai nhe will be Exhibit FeatUreS |have raised over $500,000 m four aided by top names in show busiThree Artists Seventh annual Greater Miami event. Industrial Exposition scheduled for| Dinner Key auditorium Mar. 3 to> 11 will be "the most lavish and 1 spectacular in exposition history." Randolph B. Railey. general chairman, said this week. "More products, more exhibits and even larger crowds than those which jammed last years exposition are anticipated An additional feat u J5 (Latin American thr-5 I cording to the cnair^ an international air to HT it." %  esi Such personalities as Tony Exhibition of paintings M*!"^"-^ !" *'^. ££ drawings bv three New York art-(bonds. Joe E. Leuis. Micke> noon "is being presented at the Mia-ley. S.d Caesar Xavier Cugat and 5 Beach AV Center. 2100 Collins Mother top notches .have previously ave throuh Feb 23. | appeared with Sullitan. ,,se P h Raskin recipient of the Working w„h Sull.van ... secure MoSS European Scholarship and the talent. rtMtali^tSTol a Tiffany Foundation Fellowship. !*. be Jerry Baker, local head of has exhibited in the Pennsylvania the American Guild of Variety Academy. Corocoran and Carnegie Artists, and Paul Bruun amuseGalleries and many others, as well men, editor ... the M.am. Beath as ... Paris and Berlin This artist Sun. who will sen.U <* ha r !" n has selected a variety of subjects of the Jubilee s entertainment com-1 including landscape, figure and mittee. still life painted in oils. Baker explained that a of the stars appearing in the Mt Sinai Albert Abramov.tz. another exJubjlpe V0 unU ( r (ht ir ser vices free patient service, added clinics, hibitor in this group, attended ( oljh h ap aereemen l>etwt cn the rosearch laboratories, free hospital J2S "fth eSfmn m'^.: hospital and the American Guild ^ and mcdlcatlon t0 the Paris, wun exniDmon m ">' of variety Artists in,s u a result d teaching and training &S2^2£5££< *• -1 -si h : s "" ,,,r muLs r i cn,, I Etchers Included in a lengthy pltlllUtiUD to any ACVA member and BUr8 e 8 list of presentations This artist in good standing. Was also honored by the Diploma Kane pointed out that funds de Grande Prix in Turin. Italy, and the* Bronze Medal in an exhibition a) Clichy. France. The current exhibit inciudi arc) a collection of block-print-. Third member of the trio is ry Herring, who received his art cation in America. A few collecin which the artist's work is ted include the Whitney Museum, Carnegie Institute. Metro%  an Museum, Koziki collection in Mexico City and Tagliabue in L Angeles. Ben -bowing recent paintmarie in the national parks ol the West. ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN Let us repair it r apply a new one. 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-ftbnimyJiiS. > knirt rkrkiMftr shion Show Set k card part>' and fashlon I %  ^hTSonsored by thy Mbl rbiP Hotel A-'t.lla. (orar; SVMond.0 morning. Feb. rea tions for Spring will fe^SS -.e Pool with u,a Jane FwhiOM. of Coral Kami. fumi> W tho clotheg By AJCongress to be modeled by the following members: The Mcsdames Morty Fay. Sid ncy H. Palmer, Jean Pago, Joshua Kligerman, Harold Jaffer, Louis Haffner, Edwin DeMas. Joseph Si mon and Robert F. Cole, with Mrs. William Sacker as commentator. Reservations may be made through Mrs. Joseph Weisman, 1245 SW 12th t. Proceeds go for the maintenance <>f the Louise Waterman Wise Youth Hostel in Israel. Page 11 A Pioneer Women Party, MusicaJe Mrs. Sam Vilensky. president oi Club I, has announced a Punm masquerade party Sunday, Feb. 19. at Hibiscus lodge. A sketch will be presented by Isidor Waxman. Mrs. Ida Jacobs, president, and her committee are making arrangements for a traditional dinner to be given Sunday, Feb. 19, at Kneseth Israel auditorium. Mrs. William Greenberg and Mrs. Zelda f Liebman will sing, accompanied at !the piano by Mrs. William Goldenthai. Chicago Club to Meet Chicago Club of Greater Miami will hold its annual cabaret dinner dance on Sunday evening, Feb. 26, in the Kubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. All Chicagoans invited. Samuel Pearlman is in charge of reservations. match courage with courage giving with giving • A STATEMENT ON DEVELOPMENTS IN ISRAEL THIS IS A TIME OF TRIAL and pravest emergency for vast numbers of freedom loving people oversea*. Tens of thousands of Jews In tension ridden Nortk Africa plead for the chance to exchange misery for dignity and despair for opportunity. They want to go to Israel But in democratic Israel a million and a half men, women and children face a supreme threat to their very existence. Vast Communist arms are flowing into a hostile Egypt jet bombers, MIG fighters, tam\s and submarines. "Will these shortly be turned against Israel's people?"that is the question many ask. An emergency to be answered The people of Israel have nothing to match these arms. Their chief resources are their own courage and the hope that those who value freedom will not let them down. Their peril is great and necessity demands that they devote every energy and resource to self preservation. To ask them to assume the extra burdens of a new mass immigration is unthinkable. They could do so only at greatest risk to their own survival. Yet in their own grim hour Israel's people ask that the emergency of the Jews oi North Africa be answered that at least 43,000 be brought in. *OH 55 CAUSES • GIVE-WORK forffce COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL _J^filUUTe MIAMI It is we who must answer —and answer in full. The doors of Israel stiH are open if we will bring the refugees to them. New homes and settlements can spring up in Israel's empty stretches — if we will help to build them. Great tasks of development and restoration can be carried forward and freedom reinforced if we will do our part. What we can do now In seventeen years UJA has rescued or aided more than 2,250,000 distressed and oppressed persons despite Nazi terror, Communist tenor and Arab terror. The sum and substance of that work has been and remains: to save lives, to build lives and to aid those who aid democracy. In 1956 the UJA invites all Americans to the continuation of regular life-saving, life-building programs requiring $105,283,435much more than last year. Give these your fullest support, to make possible great welfare and assistance programs in Israel, twenty-four lands overseas and this country. Then give a great extra gift to UJA's SPECIAL SURVIVAL FUND FOR SiS,000,0O0 PLUS-for human rescue, for human survival. In a time of crisis, Israel's people are giving with rnaximum courage of their greatest treasure: freedom. Can we do less than match their courage with courage their giving with giving? Give^more in 1956 United Jewish Appeal p. k.fc.H .1. T •• %  AfPEAt • JSIHT iSSSaSMfSM CSMillTTES mm v AMOCUTiox ro •* I &f • %  *"• ** *>** •* w TOfl Cn ^cw^, : w JWMMM • TtfUtnl (*Mni M. M. Wr*iKt • N** CMrmtn



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r „ Fft bn^yii!?5i *• Jewish fh>rkttui Page 9B fe 1/ Ardmore B l, son of Mr. and Mrs. jbritt, 810 Lakettew dr., tcome Bar Mitzvah Sat\.Ub. 18. at Temple Beth Rabbi Leon KrOnish bfiiaate. Michael, a stuBeth Sholom religious t attends eighth grade of |us Junior High. lers Are Hosts lonor of Alan on Ol Mr and Mrs. Moe will become Bar Mitzvah bba'h morning services of [)avid Congregation. is an eighth grade student, namlnah Junior High School. a member of the YGA of ca at Shenadoah and has Rending Beth David religihool lor the past three years. bf-town guests will include kndmnther. Mrs Anna Miller, Ir. an! Mrs. sum I'inkofsky, Miller^ will be hosts at Oneg mj)m, Mowing late Friday serviceand Kiddush on \h morning. Ascfi is Topic bch Scheffner, director of the i Daily Forward -taff, will be fr at a meeting Friday of the ncn(ircle at 25 Washingp'iner will discuss "Sholem This is the a series of lorums organ1 iltun committee of hen". Circle Branch 692. Out-of-Towners To Fete Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiner. will become Bar Mitzvah at Sabbath morning services' of Beth David Congregation. Robert is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School and has attended Beth David religious school for the past four years. Out-of-town guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Gordon. New York City, and Mrs. Lemberger, of California. The Weiners will be hosts at Oneg Shabbat following late Friday night services and Kiddush on Sabbath morning. Ardmore Charles, son of Mrs. Frances Popoff and Mr. Moe Popofi, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Saturday, Feb. 18. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Charles is a seventh grade student at Miami Beach High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Michael Dresner Bar Mitivah At Temple lion Services Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Dresner, 5760 SW 10th st will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Feb. 18, of Temple Zion. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate at the Sabbath ceremony. Michael is an eighth grade student at West Miami Junior High School. He is patrol leader of Troop 328 and attends the religious school of Temple Zion. Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kutun. will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Feb. 18, of Israelite Center. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate. Eugene is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and attends Israelite Center religious school. Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gold, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, Feb. 18, at the North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Mark is a student at the Center and at, tends seventh grade of Nautilus 'Junior High. Turk Represents Brandeis at U of F Inaugural Feb. 16 Harold Turk, former Mayor of Miami Beach, represented Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., at the inauguration of Julius Wayne Rietz as president of the University of Florida on Feb. 16. A Fellow of Brandeis University Richard Cohen will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Feb. 18, of Monticello Park Congregation. Reception will follow in his honor at home. Richard is son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cohen, of North Miami Beach. The Cohens will mark the golden wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Theodore, on same day. Wight luncheon Out day noon. Feb. 21, at Candle Light r ler Granada Jewish Com-| Inn in Coconut Grove. Mrs. Maur' Center women's group will I** Donn and Mrs. Arnold Micheal%  candlelight luncheon Tues-' son are co-chairmen. RE-UPHOLSTER SOFA and CHAIR I *ort Guaronerf FREE ESTIMATES 1 89-0217 Pi AND SUNDAY $ 69 50 LABOR AND MATERIALS UP INCLUDED $5.00 Dtwn-tmtf Ttrmi PICK UP — DELIVERY BISCAYNE DECORATORS 4333 N.W. 7th AVENUE MRS. RICHARD E. SINGER, Director WILL BE IN MIAMI FEBRUARY 23 • 27 SKY LAKE CAMPS UOSESr MOUNTAIN CAMPS TO THE MAMI AREA ^niorsliiing • Honelwek Hiding • Trip lamping Wans 4-15 g WMfcM j* 27 A#tMf 21 %  • %  ipfimtmml rf Mrs. Siafor, P*MM "*• •* "• JACK AltMAM ANY EVfNWft AT Nurses Graduate, Are Capped Here Graduation ceremony of the February class and capping ceremony of the October class of Mount Sinai hospital's School of Practical Nursing was held last week at the hospital. Presiding at the hour-long ceremony was Miss Margaret Tarrer, Dean of Girls. Miami Beach High School. Miss Mildred Vogel. hospital director of nursing, awarded the pins, diplomas and caps. Extending greetings on behalf of the hospital was Samuel Gertner, Mount Sinai executive director. Guest speaker for the event was Mrs. Abbie L Brant, recently elected president of Miami Division 9, Licensed Practical Nurses Association of Florida, Inc. Students who have completed their year-long training course are Mrs. Frances Jerslow Kramer, Miami; Miss Marry Ann Morris, Ft. Pierce; Miss Mildred Northam, Miami; Mrs. Helen Stafford, St. Louis; and Miss # Miriam Weiler, Daytona Beach. Students who were capped include Miss Mary Barrett, Kissimee; Miss Sandra Cassorla. Miami; Miss Elsie Deegan, Riverhead, N.Y.; Mrs. lone Dyer, Miami; Miss Peggy Elliott. Hallandale; Miss Clare Fahrer, Miami; Miss Geraldine Freker, Miami; Miss Carole Goldberg, Miami Beach; Miss Emily Grosso, Miami; Miss Jean Hayden, Delray Beach; Miss Rose Levy^ Miami; Miss Myrna Roberts, Pompano Beach; Miss Dolores Sebourn, Lemoyne, Pa.; Miss Doris Shouse, Miami: Miss Willie Mae Sloan, Miami; Miss Hazel Stowe, Panama City; Miss Virginia Tate, West Palm Beach; Mrs. Marie Varrato, Miami. since 1951, Turk joined representatives of other universities in Thursday afternoon's formal academic ceremonies. Recipient of the Medal of Merit of the Republic of Ecuador and the Medal of Honor of the City of Havana, Turk is also honor member of the Cuban Chamber of Commerce, San Martin Institute of the United States, Asociacion de Funcionarios del Poder Judicialde Cuba, Club Nautico Internacional of Cuba and Union Democratica Interamericana of Lima, Peru. Identified in past years with a number of civic enterprises, he is presently a trustee of Miami Beach Comedy Dancers Due at Auditorium Mat a and Hari, comedy dancers, longtime concert favorites and now j the top attraction on television, I come to Miami on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 8:30 p.m., with their company. Their performance in Dade 1 county auditorium will be under the auspices of the Milenoff Concert Assn., Inc. Mata and Hari are one of the tainment world. Their recent sucoutstanding novelties of the entercesses on television have greatly | augmented their public, and this season they are making a concert tour of more than 50 cities. As satirists and mimes. Mata and Hari lead the dance field. They j spoof the ballet, the sports newsreel, the ratified precincts of Carnegie Hall, the circus, modern art, land Latin-American nightclubs. In the program designed for the eye, the ear and the imagination, Mata and Hari have been delighting audiences ever since their MOUSE OF PICTURES Large Selection of Fine Prints — Oil*. Engravings Modern Traditional Framed — Unframsd Picture Framing — Dry Mounting Repairs Open Mon. eV Frl. til 9 p.m 6237 iiscay.se Blvd. Ph. S4-M12 lodge, B'nai B'rith, member of HII| lei Advisory Council, director of I the Beach Zionist Distrct and trusI tee of Temple Emanu-El. American debut in "The Straw Hat j Revue." a Broadway musical. They won more followers with a year's run in Billy Rose's "Diamond Horseshoe" and frequent appearances on the stage at Radio City 1 Music Hall. The Swiss born dancers turned (to the concert stage in 1947 and 1 have made nationwide tours every year since. 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Page 6 B + kMthdsM&L ^Friday, Februar y 17 \l Guest Speakers Due at Fete I North Dade chapter. B'nai BrithiMrs. Juanita Wilson will p Women, Plan a brotherhood Week I. program of brotherhood mjji I meeting Tuesday evening, Feb. 28.; Mrs. Charles Hineser. ADL C W 1 at North Dade Jewish Center. : man of North Dade chapter u Ciue.st speakers wiil .ncludc Rev. charge of the affair. E. Calvin Leonard, director of Westminster Foundation at the North Dade OUT m Sole I University of Miami; Mane D. Roberts, teacher at Booker T. Washington High School: Rabbi North Dade chapter of \\ '"inen'j American ORT is holdine ual leader: and George J. Talianoff, j 27lh ave The sa)e ^ chairman of the Anti-Defamation League advisory board. Choir of North Miami Junior High School under the direction of' shoppers. s tart with the opening of the market and close when the store clo*s. ORT attendants will be at hand to anj wwww^~ ^wv^wwww -V/*WA-^ DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS Combined Jewish Appeal are these women of Bay Harbor. They will serve on arrangements committee for rally Monday evening. Feb. 20, at Bay Harbor pool and cabana club. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Larry S.lverman. Mrs. Tom Kravitz. Mrs. David Abel and Mrs. Benjamin Kane. Standing are Anne Broad. Mrs. Harry Oleans. Mrs. Shepard Broad and Mrs. Fred Levine. Mapping plans for Feb. 14 to 19 Heart Fund drive are (left to right) J. N. McArthur. chairman of 1956 fund raisinq campaign, Mrs. Grover Morrow. Jenninqs Randolph of Washington, D.C., Mrs. Claude Pepper and Dr. Louis Katz, famed Chicago heart specialist. Randolph and Katz were guest speakers at Greater Miami Heart Association's kickoff dinner last week in the McAllister hotel. Feb. 29 Nears as Plans Finalize For Women's Extravaganza Here Continued from Peg* 1 B round president; vice presidents Mrs Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. Simonhoff; corre-| sponding secretary'. Mrs. Samuel N. Friedland: recording secretary, Mrs. Moe Feingold; and parliamentarian, Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers. The big sponsoring committee to which names are being added daily include: The Meadami Allan \ u Mi Alpert, Benjamii .\;>,.-:. I : i k.in. Meyei Bash n David • Ram I'., ckerman, R j Rerrtn. Clank. Willi.u MmBurrell, Bather Cohen, I log riara i >enn< r, M Dobrti i — i : % %  i >ur,tov, Leon Elsenman, I I • %  IV I". :r.:,. r| Pink, Irvlni 1 %  I M •> burg*, 1... Mi" Lillian Goodman. TinMeadamea Ali>ri-t A Q Howard Grove, Max Handabu, Daniel Neal Heller, Baul Herman, Morris Honlgbaum Leon Jacobs, Pred Jonas, i' leda Kalateln, Irvlnt Kaplan, Leon Kaplan, Hyman Kats, Rachel Kats, Phil Ki %  Sal Kern, Harrj Klamkln, Miriam Koble) Joseph Krantl, Ira Krlvitsln, Leon Kroniab, BMnej Lef> rourt, Morrti Lefkow, Charlea Kefkove, Philip Lefkowlts, Jean Lehman, Joseph M Llpton, William Locke Ulna -' Melnlck, Joseph Minutes, Donald h R Narot, Milton PerlHan > Platofr, Samu< 1 Pollack, See or Phone Me NAT GANS Ph. Ft 3-4616 HI 6-9981 lift INSURANCE NEEDS Metrepelitan Life Insurance Co. 1200 S.W. 3rd Ave.-'*ot 5 Points" PE8S0IALIZED SERVICE "AMI"MAURI" "NAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs ess Painting Phones FR 3-2244, FR 4-6652 840 S.W. 8th Street MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL v AVINO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION p ... Helei HaJn Ufred N.,I Kol bin I aako Ro Norman II M The Mead ea Donald Rub n I Rubin. Max R idolph £ %  > %  II. r! %  %  •''' '.".* %  ''• 4 ii.,,,.. Seltlln, Monti Bell*, Edna s. Ha, Abraham •>' "•* %  ... ,: Bin,i.n. Bman u I J Smith, Ham B Smith, Mil Ian Pi %  M P i lanli i Bt< iiii lt id, i.. %  .. iiAlfn % % %  •-'••". %  d Thurman. Harold Turk, I I Wi nkle, Sam Wil., VTanowlu and Oaoai /• Its LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • BALTIMORE ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE and all other points Weekly Service fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 MM KltUtta, in your kitchen-laundry its cheapen to 90 oil-electric than to use a combination of forts. Per u.te-iee teuseVy end kitchen speHsaen SEE YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCE MALM! FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY



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?gge 2 A + legist FkrtJiapFriday. Fl to brinj ^rab Israel p The State peps tmenl •••-' statement Pt to turn world public opinion ny action In the Aral mcil where UH I nion r Department spokesmai said that tho Unil es wanted to is M Labor Zionists Will Off. DOV BltGUN Weinsteins Mark 50*h Anmversary • i i • : • : !• 13 Mr %  Mi w ii •• %  in v I in Phila %  pei resii 1946 Mr. Weinhis second lent ol Beth Israel. Under hi leadership, the le purchased its pre i • • iic and i~ now constructing a new Hebrew school building. Prior to coming to Miami Beach. Mr Ucin-tein served as president the Richmond Hill Jewish Canter in Richmond Hill. N.Y... for i >oars He Ialso active in 'he Ycshiva and Mc-siiia Toras ini. having served on its board i directors for over 20 years Mr tt'ein-tein will chant the bath morning liturgy, and hour ili follow the service. IS id the Unit has no i trmed 'tic efforts to obtain a ,mpromise settlement. The United 8 .intl) with England and France, immediate and long-term i ,urc-sion by eitrwr side i..lmade it plain that %  ne i will no! allow U-.V* h*. DiA.nii |H restricted i>> Berisd ncsr yr. Dicuun m the i% s ..,:> omci it it becomes neceasary u> act with Community rally of Labor Zionrn ,i,t arv forces to prevent war, ( .ups will he held in behall "t Hu : statement on the Arab-IsCombined Jewish Appeal on ra0 | pontjovarg) is considered pa; day evening. Pib. 20. at Hitlcu!arlv hypocritical Ueause IfDfl biacui auditorium. cow helped create the prc-cnt The meeting, which is open to cn s is by providing munitions to the public, il expected to attract Egypt some 400 persons in the South Sen Wa | ter p_ George, chairman Beach area. „r t j, e Senate Foreign Relations Guest of honor and principal committee, commenting on Mosspeaker will be Dr. Do* Biegun. ,ow warning'* against sending national secretary of Israel Hista| or eign troops into the Arab-Israel drut and vice president of the irc a without prior agreement and American Israel Corporation I'nited Nations approval, said WedAmong participating groups ex neadai he knew of no Anglo-Amerpected to attend the affair are Histadrut. Pioneer Women. Work There will be no admission men's Cirle and Farband. char rding to Joseph Dun tov, nf the arrangements commitM.m> oi the labor groups, including Pioneer Women's organizations, are bencfici. I the Corn %  Jewish Appeal. in n World War i; BI member of the British War Criini's Investigation (nit. MORTGAGES-S500.000 Private Money CHAS. HIME Permanent or Construct. on Loans on New or Old Properties Under Construction or Completed. Will Buy or M.ike Loans on >st or 2nd Mortgages. Unlimited Insurance Fund*. PHONE 9 3444 ,. in plans to use troops in that area. I! we Income involved there. Russia would directl) or indirectly but ultimately directly — intervene.'' he stated. Dr. Shmid Clinic A co-ordinated system of Won. Surgical Treatments for the Restoration to Normal Function of the PROSTATE GLAND 1454 N.W. 36 St. Phone: Nl 5 1852 AUGUST BROS ftw l! Is the BEST.' REV. WM. W. LIPSON Mohel Telephone 9-6308 CARNIVALFEB. 11 to MARCH 11 CUBMA FUB YOU TO EXCITING TERMITES SWARMING r CALL JOHoFREE INSPECTION mt "See Year CliHifieiJIrrcfsrj f Orliri Office MeirTil on" Mtmber of B'nai I rith & GIANT DELUXE 4 ENGINE C0NSTELUT10NS • Only 60 minutes flying time • Refreshments and Cuban serve* aloft enced precision crews off on CUB AN A CONSTELLATION service EXCLUSIVELY: MIAMI MEXICO CITY f* H. W V tf. Froodman M. fitVpliuii HEBREW BOOK STOII 417 Washington Avt., Miami Beach Between fttrfh and fifth $fi. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES far Synagogues and Private the Abe n ComLrt in Ver Favontt Transp,,,,^. On Time Deliveries Offices la 12 States and 10 otker Fieri*, { XATIOXU DRIVK-AWAYe K ••World'* Largest Oriv.-Away" 124B5 N.E. 6th AVENUE ( AU PHONE NOW FOR FREE BROCHURE—NO OBLIGATION DO IT YOURSELF REUPH0LSTER YOUR OWN FURNITURE SAVE OVER 50% Do your own worst in our workroom. We furnish ever Materials, toels and instructions Simple To Do — Anyone Can Do It The Use of Our Tools and Workroom is FREE FOR INFORMATION CALL 83-9230 BERKELY DECORATORS and UPHOLSTERERS 854 856 S.W. 27th AVENUE to better serve the residents o/j North Miami • Hollywood • Ft. Laudfl! RIVE BEACH Mf NORMANDY ISLE RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAL Cl FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1250 Normandy Drive The only Jewuh Chape) conveniently clo* to theee communities...offering new, modern, ceptiona) facilities in keeping wilh over 50yesr of traditionally fine standards of service t& consideration. v The finest funeral services... orthodox, f o n rr alive or reformed—arranged and directed uaaer the personal supervision of: laviNc BLAsasac Vic^Prt*d*m Aaa EiMNKac, Treaearer RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMOWAl CHAPEL MIAMI BEACH 1250 Normandy Drive • VNUm S42 T.*l rJ fsesrt*' 1236 WaaaiaftM Aveaae • J*#"*" ^ 1850 Alton Read • JI#Vaa d-IW MIAMI ^^ Wen Hauler sad 20th AvesMse • *'•*•' %  ** 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SER 1 RivartW. M—•etal CkapeU New Yatt: THh •



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FebrikiryJ^ IgS^ • %  '• %  W Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, patulates Fred Pearlman, newly elected president, and [Tumpson, retiring president of the Young Adult Group i annual installation meeting. Other newly elected oflo serve for the ensuing year axe first vice president. fin Firtell; second vice president, Ray Abrams; recording Wary. Shirley Fodiman; corresponding secretary, Marilyn nan; treasurer, Jerry Cohen. f0 Committee Committee of Greater Miarrenti} conducting a memdrive, which will be highby a banquet Sunday eveeb> 19. in the Seville hotel. speaker will IKDr. Jacob historian, lecturer and lii of the Psychiatric Research of the New York Medical batsky i well known for his Of the Jewin Poland"' DScompleim his "History Jew* In Warsaw." a work in llume.--Ii-a Scientiiic ronrluded it.-, Institute has 30th year. To Hear Shatsky its library of rare manuscripts was plundered by the Nazis during World War II In 1941. YIVO formed its center of activity in New York City. Following the war, the organization's library was partially restored with the aid of the United States Army. YIVO library now numbers some 200.000 volumes. YIVO Committee of Greater Mia mi sponsors Der Yiddisher Forum weekly during the *eason here. Dr. Shatsky will address the group's Saturday meeting at Kneseth Is rael Congregation on "Jeu Types in World Literature." Tamiami Branch Marks Anniversary Tamiami Branch of bade Federal Savings & Loan Association of Miami. 1901 SW 8th st.. is celebrating its third anniversary during February. Joseph M. Upton, president of tnc sav iCisUoil, issued a community-wide invitation to dusturners and friends earlier this week to attend the celebration. "We are anxious for our friends and new resident! of the tret to corns) in and get acquainted with jour friendly staff and many servUpton said. "We hope Miamians will help u-i celebrate our birthday and share in the benefits that a tat growing branch like the Tamiami office has | to offer." The anniversary is slated to continue during the month with sou venire available to present and new memberTheTamiami Branch was the second organized of the four present offices of Dade Federal. Temporary headquarters of the Tamiami branch were first located at 1389 SW 8th st. on December 26. 1952. On February 4, 1954 the staff moved into its present modern building to offer greater facilities and better service to its members. Ted Wertheimer has been manager of the branch since 1952. Wertheimer reported present assets total more than 13 million dollars. More than 10.000 savings and loan customers in the Southwest area are presently being served by a trained staff which has grown from four to 18 persons. Page 7 A present honoring Tolush. Master of ceremonies will be Dr. Alexander Mukdoni. veteran literary critic. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WANTED Opening for capable administrator in Jewish Communal Organization beginning August 1. Good salary for experienced executive. Give age, personal data, training and experience in detail. Replies held in strict confidence. E. D., Box 2973, Miami 18. Keyboard School of Music Complete Piano, Accordion and Guitar Courses Taught byProfessional Teachers. 16S1 W. FIAGUR ST. PH. 9 4033 Communify Will Honor Yiddish Writer Isser Tolush Yiddish poet and novelist Isser Tolush, a Miami Beach resident for many years, will be honored at a > reception and concert in Hibiscus i auditorium Sunday evening. Mar 4. : Participating in the program will %  • be Miami Beach Community Sing; ers under the direction of Ben Yo' men. Accompanist is Margaret % %  Yomen. The area's top Yiddish and Hc|brew writers, including I. J.I Schwartz, Jacob Leschinsky and ; • many others, will be among those ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION Dr. Karl Roller OPTOMETRIST 3637 N.W. 17th AVE. IN ALLAPATTAH Phone NE 5-7184 For Appointment OPEN EVENINGS ten Bock' Will tedxated Here smT.v Tobias will ^presentation of ;i "Golden r t Life" to Tifereth Israel Center at a special dediIcwemonv on Sunday, Feb. |iLeon Kronish, president of fitter Mian i R ibbinleal Asn. will be i nest speaker. participating in the proNl be Rabbi Morton 1 Malav[the Israelite I enter, Miami: dmrtzman. executive di|of the Bureau ol Jewlah |on; Adolph Rachline: and albert (,!antz and the Tiferchqjr, Maa, the services, a iccepII be given by the eongrega^ prepared by the SisterTifereth Israel. Presiding ""M will be members of nlirmation c I a a g Rhoda [Marion Querido. Yvette Ru"e Zeitzeu and Dorothy ar^^aw 1 II • r ^ %  ajajBk ,^_ ^B^P^^BBs. 1 ^BBHRSI Brotherhood Meeting Slated By Beach B'nai B'rith Meeting of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge will take place WeH nc-'lay evening, Feb. 22. at the Algiers hotel, announced lodge president Michael Sossin. Guest speaker will be Dr. Jacob H. Cunningham, Florida regional director of the National Conference of Christians and .tews. His subject will be "Brotherhood be gins at Home." Al Hellman. vice president of the lodge, is program chairman. HI LO SMART investors and speculators are buy ins HIGH land at LOW prices. I hove a limited number of good acreage buys on the high ridge along the East Coast and Palm Beach and Broword counties which will be in commuter's distance to Greater Mian.i as soon as Turnpike is finished. Greatest potentials for investors, developers and speculators. Interested? Let's make an appointment to look and see. Paul Hof, Realtor Golden Glades at N. W. 2nd Ave. 816-5898 Eves, and Son. 816 636: From left to right, Mr. and Mrs. Max Tobias are shown presenting the "Golden Book of Lite" to Theodore Pearlstein, president of the congregation, and Rabbi Abraham Herson, spiritual leader. Official ceremony will take place at the center on Sunday, Feb. 19. oheme' Curtain to Go Up Feb. 23 %  or and s |, lu r of a Mfl(l| "'" Mrround the Miami I """'nee of the Miami guild's production of -La *' Thursday. Feb J3. [ roun 'events and winter r^e Planning to turn out enmas.se to hear the famous prtists who will sing the leading roles in the popular Puccini opera. Music lovers will have an opportunity to hear Jan Peeree. Hilde Gaeden, Nicola IfosttMti — ail leading Metropolitan Opera stars — perform in all three opera presen1MEI... AS I SEE IT Continued from Peg* 4 A f ''licit" "'h'^ What was su PPs*d to be*a private arrangement I'lrned nut '."u 0 "' pf vast numbers of Italians \o the United loaudi 1 fashion: F ForVTn Mar 0, is Professo oi Government at Cornell UniNdres A • he n** *en neither Mario nor his young I >e "*Ptance S r?* ] commissioner of New York State—prior member of < '""migretron post—Corsi served as an ex%  nt Einaudi '* ne,, s **** of trustees. When Corsi dined with ,In Ps and^M. during his European toijr of oUsflaced perfa'iWTm. cr i po,wl,, ""y heavy ports of eaiawtattort for the l t0 come ilh! asked him if •* ^'d arrange a sabbatical for V Lamuul vac tio ^"ve fob 'i! e "L r<,a,ing to tn intrigue against Corsi, the fn these fray nd our entire immigration system abound. r ,ncc f th. k p Cntary >nw:do,M sn <* poat-mortem light on the "luotss Thh! Sident a 1 tet cell for revision upward of our oest that can be seen in it is the traditional Ewen wm with which we are, by new. well acquainted. Ifattens. "La Boheme" will be preI sented Feb. 2i in the Miami Beach auditorium, and" Feb. 21 and 25 in the Dade county auditorium. Social activities surrounding Miami's opera do not end with the performance. New life members of the Guild will be honored at a luncheon at the Seville hotel on Friday, Feb. 24. when they will receive the engraved silver bowU that go to all life members. Mrs. Sam R. Becker of Miami Beach is a member of the luncheon committee planning the "Pink Oplera luncheon,'' to be attended by the stars. The star-studded cast of "La Boheme" wilPtalso include Arthur Newman, Ttichard Torigi and Emile Kenan Joyce Albrecht, of Miami and Cincinnati, will make her operatic debut in the role of Musetta while another M'amian. George Gibson, will appear as Alcindoro. South Dade Center Plans South Dade Jewish Center is Currently advancing plans for the erection of its new building, according to an announcement this week Architects for the propect are Joseph and Vladeck, Architects; T. ATirabeh, Designer. Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE HOTEL WILL BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER OUK MOTH IS WtlL KNOWN FOR ITS KRSHHUTH WE USE ONLY "W3 BM7J MEAT which is under the supervision of the Boifoner Rabbi from Brooklyn For Reservations and prices call JE 8-0266 Our kitchm i$ under personal supervision of Mrt. B. 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Phone FP. 3 6977. 9 5853 % it. a n it o it n v v m v n i THE GREATER MIAMI CHEVRA KA0ISHA *d SISTERHOOD CHESED SHEL EMETH prtmdly announce rhair official crffifiafion with RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Miami Beach RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Miami BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Miami Beach HELLMAN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Miami Beach RENDERIN6 FINAL RITES ACCOtOING TO STRICTEST RStBtOUS ETHKS IN COOPWATtON AN0 SUPERVISION OF GREATER MIAMI'S LEADING ORTHODOX RAD8IS Prated Respect TitrUrt* Ones Insist -t the One and Only GREATER MIAMI CHEVRA KADISHA Insist an a certificate sifwad by Cam. Isidore Sekwarti, Chevro Msaskyn NATHAN GINSRURG, Prat. MRS. ISRAEL GOLDBERG, Siitarhaad f*rss. '1 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4"



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17. 1956. iterature Theme MWttJSHKUi Pag. 7B : e month of February *""* Public l-' h r > ,s ,r ml .T:' la share the f' dent* here to share invitexng and re-disnov"els writ ing the past ir.e of the mc •America WnU^rHr* J irin 0 V"he P m onh-ong prothe past 40 years. America Redd" ami has trtcn planned, according to Dr. I^rank B. Sessa. director of the library, "because of the increased interest in American-writing, particularly fiction. Readers and writers arc now looking at American writing from lew viewpoint. Many arc ju*t .%  discovering the great variety and exciting content and style of the work produced during the past 40 yars." The library plans to call attention through its exhibit not only to the literary giants of the period I but also to the lesser-known fiction writers who have made a contribution to the Panel Discussion Saturday feat urea' Hearth Theme Health ana* Happiness club held Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct. y '. a panel discussion Saturday evening at the Spinoza O d t d o o r els, as well as biographies and books of literary criticism, will be ea. Nov lections. Discussants included Dr. S. Hanoka, Beach physician; Harry Kershew, club president; and Mrs. Rose Miller, health resort operator. Moderator was Herbert HutJ included in the featured book olsjer. local attorney. Topic was "The "Physical, Mental and Spiritua | 1 &f 18 EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR 'KITCHEN r\ A U N DRY /^BATH ROOM FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes, Kosher and Parve VEL makes dishes shin* without washing or wiping — don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL 9 A I AY FOR POTS AND AeJAA PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans sinks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast... thanks to "FOAMING ACTON". It floats dirt and grease right down the drain I $ M FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula FAR contains More Active Dirt Remover than any any ether leading product, plus not one, but two — of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered I Yet Fab is actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps. C



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Febn^yl^ 5 +Je*isiiFk)rXflatr7 *=F^ r j Page 15 B ninity lionat Shows ;it Increase ^Community National Bank Harbour, announced a W -.incrc^cn the bank sdek during (he past year. fiction of. director, and of' „ held al which all du and officers were unamelected In addition. s F Rathmell was voted in Lv assistant vice president. financial institution openB doors in February. 1954, to [the needs of the rapidly ex L area which it serves. Lenity National moved into L permanent home at 96th L Collins ave. in December, are F. Lowry Wall, Bu'of the board; C. L. ClemSr., president; Catchings w| vice president; Kenneth [ford, vice president; C. L. its, Jr.. vice president; J. J. jllum, vice president; Frank Lthmell. assistant vice presi] and J. G. Gibbs, cashier. j of directors are Fred R. n, Carl W. Blackburn. C. L. tnts, Sr. August Geiger, C. L. tnts. Jr.. Robert C. Graham. UtPwsc-r Robert A. PeterDan B Ruskin. Walter E. k H aroll A Stein, George B. B. ratchinE Therrel, Ben Jin. F. 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Page 4 B -Jewisfnc rMiw __ Friday. February 17, 1955 efce k Franklin D. Roosevelt is shov "35 inau OlereXre for Israel Bonds held in Micrr.i Beach, as she becarre Lest recipient of "Woman c: Valoi award Gold pin --• %  irfcg award was presented by Mrs. Michael A. S onal women's for Israel Bonds, c .Tard. which has just been established by LtTOC .ization for presentc: women who purchase and 0 cr more in Israel Development Bonds, was bc.i Mrs. Roosevelt in recognition cf her "outstanding ser. ta-cause of State of Israel." Roye! Hungerian*Y£D Restaurant for Beautifully Arranged Affairs with Traditional Cuisine—Use Our Kosher Catering facilities 731 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8-5401 HTotcfc fowr waistline I tttUBL soys: 1 %  I BROWN KASHA I fs less fattening? Rich in protetn and other I wholesome food elements Roasted I nuttike flavor o* 100% real buckwheat I For tempting, delightful ways to serve this I Old World favorite, wnte for my free new I Buckwheat Cook Book to Phyllis Wolff. Penn Yan. New Yorfc. I otuaoo* • wurtmou* > % %  I Also -"toy WOLFFS CREAMY KERNELS ON 54 I I AT STEVENS MARKET LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES. Exdu,,.. Oirtributo^1060 E. 17th STREET, HIALEAH, FLA. PHONE 00-1571 The 5*4 HORSt 600 Yw. Ith ST. Ph. 12 9109 SaecieHiiiaf. %  Mew Englana ***** t teosenahle Price*. Alia Steak* and Chaps. Prieate Perfiei Acca*ea"afea-. HERB IE' S OF LOCH SHEIDIAKE. N.Y. FEATURING OUR FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL MENU Chines* • Italian American FULL COURSE DINNERS (frem S to 9:30 p.m DEUGHTFUl IATE SNACKS LUSCIOUS DESScRTS PIZZAS UNTIL 2 A.M. 247 • 23rd st. ; One Block West of Roney Plaza PH. JE 8-5191 Free Parking BMiN'-lf Rl! ".NT tePari* ing and Socf Mashgiach on Premises Fre* Parking Air Onulttotied PHONE UN e-&843 New Acceptina Retervafiaai far fastever • : *JA For the Finest Dine at MICHELV KOtHEf fiSTA UMNT m l "m i ; i ni' i 1 •—, Owe* Bilf 4:M t:3W? 940 71st St., Miami Beach NORMANDY ISLE Oppeiite the fs—tejs Take L Bus—Direct to Us 1 • 1 1 1 I • 1 • • • • %  1 • 1 II SONNTA&S I M Iff Yt%0 HOSItER RESTAURANT 743 WASHINGTON AVENHf MIAMI BEACH I StrviagMM Fineif Food of Reasonable Prices n CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS NO FAtTV TOO LARGE NO PARTY TOO SMALL L4rami chapter oi B'nai Bnth of the juvenile court; and Rabin ^gpen will commemorate the obJoseph Narot. spiritual leader oi uxxance of Brotherh.Mxi Week on Temple Israel of Miami, f. b 21 al Beth David a 1 lit num. Paul Seidenron, chairman of the' i Panel discussion on Home. Anti-Defamation League executive School and Religion — B.i• t r committee, will serve n< moderatEiotherhood"' 1scheduled Partici" r aants will be Miss Eli* iill, pnn, "" Nat *. Spkielmai, Ami, l' tarnation chairman of Mia. chapter, is in charge of %  chool: Judge Walter I m. the program. Jersey Charlie's RESTAURANT SYRIAN AND KOSHER F000S OUR SPECIALTY Aff Syrian Pastries Dated in buffer en premises. rVe use only Prim* Kosher lamb I Beef. OPEN 24 HOURS "A SANDWICH TO A BANQUtT" 181 Sunny Isles Blvd. Ph. 816-9419 FRENCH ITALIAN CUISINE %  by JOHN FRIGGI 1658 Alton Rd JE 8-9925 5 Coffee Shop Completely Air Conditioned Ml ItSY IN iOSHIR POOM I KOSHER RESTAURANT g> A Unique Experience in Drains Ploatort DINNER FROM } 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. J Open Daily 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. DELICATESSEN Delicatessen te Take Heat $1.50 OPPOSITE CITY HALL MIAMI BEACH Saturday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. "WE CATER TO PARTIES" PHONE HI .9241 SORRENTO RESTAI'RANT I Italian Cuitine I Pine Air Cendifiened Pirate's Covt 3054-60 S.W. 8th ST. (on the Trail) MIAMI, FlOJtWT •Ntnty ot Parking tt—mt" —— I "AV/1,^.A r. JjgK ROSEDALE 9 79<*f> fPff Diiivtev 170 N.W. FIFTH STRUT Styla CWkSf Private Diniaa Baaaj Air ConditiaaW Free Porhiaf, v MIAH. fk catering perfection Jif^ Reception J • Meetings-, .;,; LuncfHrtais ami All Private PaWti? 1 I ISC AY NE vhnnw HOTEL N MiamV$Only New Bayfront H(X&. Private Rooms Seating from 10 to 503 CHARLES MAY. "Still Your Host" 9-3792/ 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Tear Nesft Tear 'Kovnd Miamioot Joe Cohen I Manny Smith niftif BEEF and BIRD Far the entire Family A Selectiea fer Eerraaa $3.95 none higher BEEF ndBIRD S/tvat (2o4e 4 Good Food 22 Washington Avc Miami Beach j ~ Roumanian Village Restaurant AUTHENTIC ROUMANIAN CUISNM STEAKS CHOPS l"t.rnafi.„.|| r KMW Ahraafc. with Ma Oypty Melaa-as Dnaer 4 J 2 p. m Caorti,.^, Maaia All MoNts al ImtortoUmotr Ferry Bevhit Irvinj Roteniweit, Naatt M„ $•• -W Sot764 Washington Ate. Ph. JE 8-9273 ALSO CATERING FOR ANT LAMf 01 SMALL OCCASION


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Ul Page 14 A *Jt*1st>. ncrkHarL^. I^yjebru^y SAM L 4AHSO\ — Dag Hammarskjold's Stride May be Slow-But it's Firm United Nations By the time Sir Anthonj arrived in Washington to discuss with President Eisenhower — among other things — the urn situation in the*Middle East, the headline writers of the general press had practically forgotten that another statesman was concerned deeply with the Middle East problem. Dag Hammarskjold. Secretary-General of the United Nation.-, was knee-deep in Indian. Pakistani and Southeast Asian affairs when the Middle East spotlight had moved to the Eden-Eisenhower get-together in Washington. But the spotlight is not what Mr. Hammarskjold craves particularly. In fact, he prefers to work out of range of hot public notice. And in spite of Sir Anthony's assumption that the solution to the Middle East problem lay in his hands, there is little doubt that another key to the riddle of war or peace in the Near East was in possession of that master of "quiet diplomacy," Dag Hammarskjold. ire the UN chiel start nind the i„ W1 to w-n the Middle %  %  tli.it assui Tel Avh He was not tellii untruth. He had Egypl and to Israel to listen. But he expected to bet* something quite definite Because, like %  careful diplomat, he had prepared the ground carefully He had made certain, specific proposals. Nations, Mr. Han | Issued a statement which The Seen General declared, then. that, with ill backing Ol the United Britain and France, he had mule certain proposals" to Egypt ind Israel Those proposals had to do with efforts to pacify the Nitzana-El Auja area. The Secretary General refused to say what the plan entailed. GradON THE ~EU THE FEARS MEN LIVE BY. By S*lma Hirth. Harpar A Brother-. $2.75. By HILARY MINDLIN 164 WNewl THIS IS Brotherhood Week. Cynically it might he said time when a goodly proportion of the population looks 1,. l0 Utlly, however, the nature of r J ls | d esk (or knitting) and gives a sheepish smile all around-' that | up that k i as well as to Israel And BUggeetioM became public. What )<>oks up at a „ ^^ cynica „ y it may ^ observed that Z<1 ,hcv involved was something new therc pvpn ^^ sucn a th|ng as Brotherhood Weok ( M* SK u ISfa LM S P'" sant si n Obviously there must then also exist large 2 What Mr. Hammarskjold sought v f whom „ js Brotherhood Week all year longl^ Z2$L i T St 7,h CP R a i 0 Thr are vitally interested in getting more brothers out from uSi had the backing of the Big Three hoo(Js M ^ int our cynic disappears completely in a iSX Western Powers-wasIJMMVan(] a grea( big hurrah for selma Hirsh's recent book. "The Fears Men I^ive By," while not itself a scientific I founded on works which are, particularly on four of the five what he wanted on his visit was answers And he proved his skill. tting Egypt's agreement to the pacification proposals regarding the Nitzana El Auja demilitarized rone area. Mr. Hammarskjold had obtained precisely the answer he had sought first of all. Mr Hammarskjold had made the Nitzana proposals to Egypt and Israel as long as ten weeks before his visit to the capitals of the>e two countries Early in November, as the UN truce chief, Maj. Gen. E I. If. Burn-. VU tO back to his Palestine post trom his latest visit to the in basic thinking Until now. there have been—and still areonly "demarcation lines' separatof .. Studies in Prejudice." Sponsored by the American Jew*! ing the armistice signers. Egypt m| (he .. StlKlics collected years of research done bv JZl from Israel. Israel from Syria, etc. sides ine. international frontiers. IM w i# nonowiif — Eddie Jacobson Recorded Full Story of Meet With Truman N( w York Although Harry S. Truman • tea In his memoirs currently appearing in Lift Magazine that "Eddie, ho had been with me through the hard days ol World War I. had never been s / the fact is that the late Kansas Citj Truman buddy fully recorded the details (1 f his visits with bis distinguished friend and made it his business that a copy "i the intimate report be sent to the Government oi Israel. This fact was revealed to the writer by Eddie himself during a visit with him a year before Truman left the White House Eddie kept the original copy along with scores of Truman gifts in his safe, all of which he proudly displayed. The Jacobson report goes into some details in describing that particular visit which Mr. Truman cites in his memoirs as follows: "My old friend, Eddie Jacobson, called on me at the White House and urged me to receive Dr. Weizmann. I was always glad to see him. It would be hard to find a truer friend. Eddie said that he wanted to talk about Palestine. I told him that I would rather he did not, and that I wanted to let the matter run its course in the UN. I did not believe that in all our 30 years of friendship a sharp word had ever passed between Eddie and me, and I was sorry that Eddie had brought up the subject." HARRY S. TRUMAN Gave in Here Truman implies that he had used sharp words against Eddie for bringing up Palestine and Weizmann. He does not say what they were. Eddie, however, told this writer that at the time Truman started to swear and curse at the Jews in such a bitter way that for a moment he thought that his old buddy was the worst type of anti-Semite. Eddie, almost heartbroken, gave up any hope that Truman would see Weizmann. He began to mumble. (Truman writes: "Eddie was becoming self-conscious, but he kept on talking.") Finally, in desperation, Jacobson pointed to a statue of Andrew Jackson (Truman says that "Eddie waved toward a small replica of an Andrew Jackson statue that was in my office his sad. rather ret 1 bigotry and presented the conclusions reached. The books IM The I N chief requested that, in kably unifipd pic ture, not only of the origins of prejudice 1 at least one area in the Nitzanah| pers0nality of the b ig 0t El Auja demilitarized zone. ...... ... ,. v v i ., Egypt and Israel agree to fixing Mrs H.rsh modestly calls her book an interpretation" of definite borders which both "Studies." Actually -it is a good deal more than.that for i„ lht| would recognize as genuof interpretation she has distilled for the reader the most sij i aspects of the scries. Thus she discusses, for instance, the i between economic insecurity and prejudice, the links between "i dice and politics, and, most important, between prejudice and a] I vidual's inability to love. In general, it is the presence of fear in his life, and the, of love, which characterizes the bigot, the "authoritarian per Out of his early unhappincss and disappointment, such a pen construct nothing but more of the same in his expectations. Thet_ have studied his past like you he views hostilely with a black pessimism; he neither trusts nor'l Jackson's He is the '* %  for ,hc absence of hope is crucial in their personalities'' He a[ Jew alive, perhaps the tinually fearful, continually angry; and his need to despise greatest Jew who ever lived You Vital to him. yourself have told me that he is fan anything be done about him? Mrs. Hirsh begin! hen statesman and a fine by quoting: "We shall need the strength to endure that which I gentleman, I am talking about be unable to change, the courage to change what we can. Dr. Chain Weizmann. He is an wisdom to know the difference." Ultimately, the millenium is a] old man and a very lick man hands of parents When they are all happy and loving, theiri He has traveled thousands of will be as they are. and no one will need to hate. But that isi miles to see you. and now you long way off. are putting off seeing him. That j what can be done in the lingering meantime" One of isn t like you." I valuable aspects of the book is a concise cataloguing of n At this very juncture, Eddie progress open, not only to group action, but also to the individ told the writer, he recognized a would like personally to help. Hut isn't sure how. On the one I certain look in Truman's face and have large-scale action like the recent anti-segregation law. l would be it is true that "you cant legislate ethics," the weapon of the I powerful, and if we cannot change the bigot, we can at least I his victims from him. On the other hand, It is important for th care to continue to care; what may seem often to be futile ge a sea of inhumanity has greater scope than one might think. For the individual, "there can be only one promise: to who deserve respect, regardless of race, creed, or color; to during the pleasant interview all who deserve denunciation, regardless of race, creed, or that Abba Hillel Silver was the J permit the same opportunities to all who qualify and to insist thaj granted. But Truman didn't give in so easily to his war-time buddy. He had to indulge in a soldier's oath—"You so and so, you win." Eddie Jacobson also revealed "extreme Zionist" who had annoyed Truman to the point of exasperation. qualifications required be the same for everyone, regardless ofj creed, or color." Basically, it always comes down to that formulated, rarely tried Rule. And all else is commentary. VIM Mil I ll( — No.Clean Bill of Health for Germany's Fabulous Offenders Berlin RtWA GROSS # I V — Spring-And War-on Israel's Horizon Tel Aviv The Winter is almost over in Israel. Even before it started, the war clouds began to darken. The Czech -Egyptian arms deal was in its infancy and the Israelis knew then how soon it would become imperative that they receive aid from the Western Powers, specifically from the United States. It seemed crystal clear and the outcome of the Israeli request appeared to most of us a certain thing. Surely no one would refuse Israel the right to buy arms for defense against the seven Arab nations, united in adamant resolve to destroy the Jewish state. I think hardly anyone imagined, when the Winter began, that this request might be denied, despite the provocative and perilous actions of the Soviet convinced that no one could stop them from The worst of Germany's top Nazis, or their on their looted funds, or even from clausing families, will not enjoy all the riches they amassed pensions, as long as they managed to escape while they were riding high, thanks to the dynamic nazification trial during 1955. ) and resumed 3 J^^ aM M,n,ster of the Interior of this cityre .red S' '"T' K^I J ach m Lipschitz who is the "" of hive ^ve? met themt who h. J"£ WlfflilffSS S I?"? been^ny hero a„ my life. Bu, I cl^?^^^ !" Vt,* estates had managed to stave off denazification trials through legal finagling and procrastination. Substantial fines can be imposed by denazification courts if the seriousness of the charee wnrranfa ii .-..,— ••but there li no other way of tSERiTl^ii ,n lhc name of one Artur Scheidlcr. The rttL NazUgaina. conmcating ill-gotten i, accidentally came to Ught recently, was SSC While all Wart c„ rm ,„ ,,„„ -,Kr,ls < Kaltenbrunner, a mass murderer on thei [ closed down ou eh la ,lcnaz,f,ca,,on ( '"" r <** scale who succeeded the infamous Heydn* ag. he deadHne n W ,TT"W 3 Z* Umc he ted th N Security Police. The Intend SmnteM^SBC^5?£ ^ -1 "' r Military Tribunal sentenced him to death an^ v.-er the top-rankina Vu, M, T* ^ a<1 han cd at Nuremberg in 1946, but nothing top-ranking Nazis and their families were about confiscating his property satellite which threatened only the Middle East world peace. Now, Spring is almost here And Israel has still not received permission to buy arms from America. The Egyptians have done well. The arms continue to arrive, impressive in quant it) Arab threats increase in vigor and boldness. And Israel ttai almost alone today. Unaided, and it would appear, uncared for. Almost single-handedly, Senator Lipschitt aged to balk them. In the last week of the r secured parliamentary approval for a bill the deadline in the mass of "principal ofl i.e. the foremost Nazi big shots. Politiciw raised a variety of objections, but Lipschitt' not be deterred. There are 2.277,625 marks in a Berlin bant] was I %  Wf.TO.V w mBBMA v — Is Byroade Ambassador to Egypt or Egypt's Envoy Here? ? Washington ouia appear, uncared for. K iirnrv D wnington Only maintenance of the balEgypt < ^*^^^^ a £ ance of power in the Middle East 2^q£on, have been asked abTut the man wh o their has Prevented the Arabs from the £ZSL!r mm controversial official in the State onslaught they desire Only the Department. — ui .„.,i icj ucsue wniy me Bvroadr' t skill, toughness and dedication of witnessed V^m^J!"^ 0 l *** h S Israel's young soldiers, and of the military techn.elans ?n^o?ha SSST w "M populace standing behiad them. £?£' "^oo, placing ,h e bla "' JUSt f ed have acted preventative Congressmen were asked by Byroad* to issue "out of domestic politics." Eailing w own advice. Byroade. meanwhile, strengine personal alliance with anti-Israel PoMf a 'f He helped map political strategy in v deny arms to Israel. Today Byroade is seeking to P* 1 *"*... that Egyptian Premier N *^l atf munist arms agreement has given E'P l *£, J ,, — -wr • % %  a loaay uyroacie is seeding w i— ^ ommunist arms and Washington that Egyptian Premier M* anding behind them, f^" s *">. placing th e blame on Israel wi^ i".. f 8 !" !" n *"fLE Irab-lsrad as bulwark ,„^ krael ^"Kht to buy US arm* LJ t hon bl,,,y d enhaneed prospects of Arao* as bulwark and as j^,., ^^ ^ arms for defense against Nasser has announced Egypt's Wert|£ ington to urge re.ert.nn i ,11?*' flew to W "" Bntl. The Egyptian dictator simultai*** urge rejection of the Israel appeal. Egyptian nounces the United States.



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f*Aai. FebruaryJ7._1956_ Jennie Grossinger O ne of 12 O utstanding Women Honored i.ni< Cros^ineer. Miami I ssHEBRtfl on Pinetrpp Hr h I; WW^j? g ,, ltr r~' SSSOTMM •* Vm4 Hmk-ltrwlk • Afset* html Mxfnngc CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT OfM* Til S A.M.. HOME Of THE COVERED WAGON VNKI NilST & MIS SWING HARPIST TRIO with CMM Hwell and Mario; Dricll PAT POUISON at tb Piatm ftsscnvj IWer Tie Slan is Ths Pan* rr WM rW AwMCt m* Atmo tp h*, tfw OLD MEXICO PATH) LOUNGE BAR 11S04 IUMWM Sotikvoral COCKTAIL HOUR 4 t 7 P.M. NEO SANTHLOW — Oultari.t



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Page 10ft ii i i — rrr=^i= Brotherhood Award For Leonard Wien Continued from Page 1 A Blank. Dr. J. F. \V Pearson and Fred B. Snite. McArtluir la chairman of the inter-Americas Commit\n active Investor here. Wien Is the Miami Beach unit of the Dade County ('.immunity Chest paign tor the second successive year. Last year, under fc the Beach drive reached itfor the first time in addition. Wien ipast treasurer and currently a vice president i: Mi Sinai hospital, past president of Dade County Cancer Institute and a charter member and former director of National Children's < ardiac hospital. Wien N on the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a board member of Temple Israel of Miami and a member of the Florida State Hospital Council. A member of the citizens advisi ry board of the University of Miami, Wien originated and headed Ihe all-star Jubilee of Mt. Sinai hospital from 1950 to 1954. 'Bar Kochba' Has Final Rehearsals •%  OAL NOTICI NOTICE UNDIB F, NOTICE iMffitfJ^ '•'•• undesigned. ,! • R.\ „ 5k ""• %  rV.: ,;*' *$* wit M of DM* County i i After 50 years of silence the song and spirit of Avrohom Goldfaden's stirring Yiddish opera. "Bar Kochba," will come to light Feb 26 at the Miami Beach auditorium. Closing Hie curtain on rehearsals this week is Miami Beach's draj J made baritone Stan Porter, who • Kol Nidre" on television's "Woolworth Hour" during last High Holidays. Porter is being locally spotlighted at the Hotel Lucerne. The role of Bar Kochba"* faithful hut ill starred lover. "Dina," imnC hy lyric soprano Gloria Aliani. Thejl are supported by the 50voice Miami Beach Community Singers under the direction of Ben Yomen. former director of WMIE's "Jewish .Family Hour." Two local television stars. Alan i ( Keyand Ruth Sutherlin of WTVJ. | round out the principles. •LI. TO WHOM %  KNTH SHALL i i win "^-n.Mjj i IHNETT MOHKIN %  I AM \l' i ,.-,, ,. HONYA MOMKIN J \.\1 Ali'A \,,, v .. I RTON Ml ISKIV '"'-K I FRH> II MI: \ ,.. i. <, %  ,,.,. .. %  lid i I '" %  I i %  %  • i rovtaiona oi i I %  > Stal LAW MBNT CORPORATI ,.£* <-"|. with It* prbn In neM .il Miami. bad. ,•..,.,. Si Of Kl.1,1.1;,. a „fl ., ).ro|i..frit-era of „, |, ,,. Tu B'Shvat ceremony at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Left to right are David Kleber, chairman of the board oi education, Michael Rice, Bernard Welkind, principal, Daniel Cohen, Harvey Satz and Michael Krasower. Bay Harbor Eyes Area Campaign For the first time in Greater Miami, the Zionist Youth Commission will present a program of its activities to the general public depicting phases of its educational program in song and story. The affair will be held in conjunction with the regular meeting tf the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District, at the Eden Roc hotel on Whitebrooks Will Host CJA Meet Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Whitebrook will be hosts at a cocktail party at their • home, 226 West Rivo Alto dr., on Sunday afternoon. Feb. 19. Whitebrook is chairman of the Advertising. Publicity and Printing ion of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Serving as co-chairmen are Sanford Levkoff and Harry Mon Guest of honor at the cocktail party will be Sam J. Heiman. CJA campaign chairman, who will" tiescribe his recent trip to Israel. Rappaport Unveiling The Dedi ation ol .i Monument tu the Memory oi the late MORRIS RAPPAPORT formerly of 1650 SAW 5 in Smi i i u'lll take ; Si KDAV, Fl MRI'ARY I9TII 1 p.m.. at the Jl WIMI Si I riON OI Wool>i AWN PARK CEMETERY ivtth RABBI S. T. SWIRSKY and CANTOR L. GARTENHAI H officiating Mr. Rappaport il survived hy hi* wife. Pauline, a dauehter. Mr-. Guasie Jacobtkind. a ion, Samuel Rappaport. and a brother, Max Rappaport. Arrangement arc in charge of Palmer* Miami Monument Company. Fnend and relatives are asked to attend. The community of Bay Harbor will be the first to launch a series of area campaigns in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Decision to mobilize Jewish residents of this rapidly expanding area oi Miami Beach was made at be principal speaker, and Mrs. Mae W( a brunch meeting held at the home Woinctein m-.^Hnnt nf iho maimi eK < iuen,iea > a scor0 OI () f Mavor Shepard Broad last week. Weinstein, presidentof the_regionthusiastic volunteers. A follow-up ,„„;„„ ,L-„„, Zionist Youth Wi I Present Program Combined Jewish Appeal Tuesday evening. Feb. 28 fyes Million-Dollar Mark Rabbi Joseph Shubow, of Boston. New England Zionist leader, will' Continued from Page 1 A al Hadasseh district, will bring workcr s meo ting of the Hotel Dm meetings from the w omens Mon h( ,. ii|( (| |)y r)avi(| L( VHWm ro Steering committee announced community rally will be held on the Mill das .f i A n IfM, catMf t, sVin 1 office of (he Been i HI.i revolution u "r PtorkhoMera undi i i-;ii.l t'haptei fins, i how ng tii.dim oiuti, .„ ,,f j'oi ation, Now, therefore, il • State ii i i'ii. I.N going uri.l th;it h< I th.. requirement* of |.iw J, ... ..: 111 .l|.-cl With. IN WITNESS WHEREOFhav< hereuni • tnj hi and hav* iht (jr, s.--ii of thi • n.iri al Tallnhfi* I thin the R • IllRIV. A I I it A f.n w I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HER1 %  rj| | tinundertdirneil. rieilrinx I i near* I the funds to be raised in tins camturnou U) thp important commu paign—is the life-blood ol our 1956 nilv mo „. tno *? drive." said Serb,, "Ever, .,,,,^£12*\.. niaa on lne a nessman and professional worker ran} empnts (ommitteo arc ljarrv in Greater Miami is urged to ugn silverman. David L Rodin. Sam • '"• : B0W ,hi •' V"; 1 CormfUl, Benjamin Kane. Sam Isprogress .. %  port can be given Feb. rcl Frcd Uvinc David Abel Dr Bert Peppercorn. Tom Kraviti. The program will bo based on 8 Biblical commentary. Tirkc Avoth." Fifteen children will participate. Labor Disputes and Public Ray T. Sterling will LEONARD I KAMI* A i torni ^ for Appll 100] DuPonl Bids i i i-e NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IH HKKKRY HIV IKiH'd. .1. trat tf| THE SNACK RAJ< i STi IHK. at It-KlHtfl • .. 1.1 A Pi*l Mi-imi Rcarh R'n-.i KVIlh l,.,l..n \ %  • t i_ %  >.. ri" •> %  % %  • > <•<•• '". t, ,,d to rrKjat*r Kiid inimr with QM ftiiami uU81M Gardens his career as a trial mwyi in her revue, "An Evening With R(,M I( 1 "executive council of Dr. Abraham IVolfson will pre* Beatrice Lillie," at the Coconut Home, chaired l.\ Mrs. Anna side. Grove Playhouse Feb. 20 for a two"fashburne, is in charge Of all plan week engagement This is the tirst tune Miss Lillie ning for the affair. Leonard Horn ne>. of the Greater Miami Jewish LEGAL NOTICE has ever appeared in Florida. She '"""""unity Center, who supervises will lie repeating the most BUCCess""' ful show of her brilliant career, "K !" ..* c...... ^ .advisor to the executive council An Evening With Beatrice Lillie" i played on Broadway for nine months, was presented in England and Canada and. in all probability, will be presented again on Broadway next fall, following a 21-week tour in Australia. Performances are at the Coconut Grove Playhouse nightly at 8:30 p.m.. with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday at 2:30 p.m. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW recreational and cultural nroNOTICE is HKREHY niVBN thai im at the iTm i %  >,...;.. M" undiTBignwl, desiring tu vngace In on at tne Home, is sen il ,n. n, i Spinoza Forum Schedules Weekend of Music, Lectures Saturday evening. Spinoza For-,, "m. 11th st. and Ocean ct. will preAV^:V\ .'A' ^'.: N '" ;,:v sent Anyuta Helicov, Miami Beach []<•'* Miami, I i Mi:i."nv MANOR, .a 97S1 i: r..,\ ll 1 ""r>rlv n i Harboi llan I Miami < II h, Ilorlda, Intend lo reflate raid name wltn Ihe i 'lark of the i in-iiii t'outi of i-ii.i.i %  .. mt] Florida JACOH .i VVAKL.EN1M>KP (iERTRI'I>E U All. KM" .|;l U II. 1.1 WI \ KIRK KATHERINE M KIRK Atkins Unveiling The Dedication of a Monument to the Memory of the late JOSEPH ATKINS formerly of 1608 WEST AVBNI I MIAMI B' ivill t:lff place Si MOAT F l BRIAHY 19TH 2:30 p.m.. at the Jt • ION Ol WOODLAWN PARK CfMtTHtY With RABHI V*AAKOV RostNBtRt. officiating Mr Atkins is mrvived N by his wife, Rachel: daughters. Mrs Dorothy Kaler. Mrs. Rose Himmel. Mrs. Ruth Stein; and wins, Morris Atkins and Ben Atkinv al.-o 10 t-randchildren and two' lireat grandchildren Thurmond Monument Company ia in charge of arrangements Friends and relatives are asked tu attend. In Harmony l all in t>mg>, t* .,, („!.„, ol m ,i,)im -4 „,,„,. '• A Wi.i.1,1!, VMH M-IS.^1 tut iS. UIM tf*,, WtM M..M -.ih a, ..1 ,„, ,.4 t m. ,m. ,„ It •• .pl,h,.t „|t. .. t n .h, _, |..,|, j,,^,, ,„,,„ • • • R ~-Ky.rf •.•// mm ,-** 4-1 *tn E USED-1 KKIKHBN n T! T I. .1 I II. II.. i ibli II ivn %  % %  n n-. J id %  Florida, for : %  and Cor firm lor of t!,.I' l 1:1 DKHIKbKN, cl.o T.,:s Uth S j v ,. MAX It SM.VKK Attorney foi Exe-ut"i %  J 17-S4 — l/J-f ——— IN COUNTY JUDGES' COtRT DADE COUNTY. FLORID* No. 34927 B UK: ESTATE < %  ialK h-AITII E !I ,s ^,'J' K1 Tfl MAKE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLICATION FOR FIN*lDISCHARGE NOTICE Iih. •-!,. en tha J filed my final 11 "7 ,£i ^ mm .in.l that ..il thr l-'l' 1 ;' ',',' ZZJB I'M. 1 Will m.|.l. L ll fl,J MtANK I'llWI.IN' l>a,l.County, Florida. of aald final iort and <<•' .-liansn !.• %  xi. HIT "f .1 .;>:.-FAITH K QKOK8. %  > Tl.li. Hfe •' J; \ u \'*i, MII.TON A Fit 11 I Attorney for Bxecutor 1/10-17-14 — 3/2 N THE CIRCUIT COURT or !" i\ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRtL,, KND FOR DADE COUNTY. FL^ I %  _. AND FOR DADE IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. f EDITH B. SMITH aorttx^. I1 q NOTICE BY PUBLICATiu T<> (jaX)ROE M tiolt ,N :.tiX> ljik.wi. s V,iil.i1 that a romplalnt f"i "' i„,i.vrfiled aitalnat you ">' %  %  •*" laiwM qulr.-d to aerve a cop) .-FNKT on plalntlff'a '"";'•>-'I" MiamJ J |:..,h. Florida. nd file '"• fX n,r Mill Anw In the ,.ff • of thr Circuit < %  ""',;,„' Styl.d Court, on.or *'*%., M JaV of March. l^. "^Vr,: "2 tree Fro fonfeaao "• 10th *• l>ATEI> at County, PlorMa, February. 1 ''•. d „ I.BATWBRJ Clerk of .;'.' (Seal) prputy C* !" KT OENET AM.iney. for PUInt ff „, fl*. In Road. Ml"" 11 '" ,c U/lT-lr— /•



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Page 4 A jewl&ncrMkM JgdayJ-ebniqry ly *JemsAfkrnid tin Published .v.ry Friday .Inc. 1977 by th. J"' ,h rioridian at 12C N. E S.xth Street. M .ml 1*. £•£* %  Entered M .econd-el... matter July 4. 1930. at th. Port Off.ce of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of **?** %  !" ?*; Th. Jewiih Fiorldian ha. ab.orbed th. J* "" and th. Jewish Weekly. Member of *"• J, "" "„ r '!' oraphic Agency. S.v.n Art. F.atur. Synd.cat.. Wondw.de New. Service. National Ed.t.nal a..-r.,t-n n Am %  lean Association of English.Jew.sh N.w.aap.r*, Fionas Pre.. Association. FREDK. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editoi OFHCr and PLANT 120 N E — Telephones FR 4-1141the ~ !" war,,a fr srsA**. Of the !" -<-nandi. %  "• During The Week i By LEO MINDLIN *** 5 5?16 Number 7 MioTFlorida. Friday. February i 7_195 i No Amount of Fancy Talk Can Help Israel The talks between Britain's Prime Minister S:r Anthony Eden and President Eisenhow, Washington last week have proved more than disappointing. The upshot of their tall led ye; vow of the London '• ,:rton concurrence in the May, IS5C Is Declaration, according to 'which the two rowers and Fro cuarantee the existing borders of Israel and the Arab nations. But this declaration has thus far dor. if nothing, to maintain peace in the M:dd!e I The best that can be said for the V :ton huddle is that Sir Anthony's plan to force Is: territorial concessions came to naught—at least for now. Significantly, the talks between the President end Britain's Prime Minister concluded with a promise for subseguent talks to include France. This position once again proves the blindness of Western policy so far as Israel and the Arabs are concerned. The reasons are twofold: 1. Conferences involving the United States, Great Britain and France on the Near East are meaningless if they do not include the Soviet Union. Until the September, 28, 1955 announcement by Egypt of Cairo's arms agreement with the Communists, such conferences might have been significant because they would have involved the sole policy-making forces in that area. However, since the explosion of Soviet power into the Middle East, a West-sponsored conference can merely deal with one aspect of a two-sided problem. Failure to recognize the importance of Russia's most recent invasion there is like failing to recognize the sudden arrival of an elephant to share one's dining table. 2. Two parties to such conferences—Great Britain and France—have special axes to grind. The British are on the wane in the Middle East. With the exception of Transjordan—a geographic reality but a political fiction—Britain's sole toe-hold in the Mediterranean today is on the Island of Cyprus. The Cypriote drive toward independence currently parallels former 2ionist aspiration in Palestine. Cyprus is an armed camp, replete with military curfews, patrolling troops carrying guns drawn and barbed wire embankments. While the French discard government after government at home because of their declining prestige in North Africa. Thus, of the three powers, only the United States will be in a position to speak with any authority so far as the Near East is concerned. Isolated from the new Soviet prestige, burdened by the alliance with two discredited powers in the area, even American decisions will have little worth. Peace in the Middle East can only be reTribute to Rabbi Stern Beth Jacob Congregation takes the occasion Sunday evening to honor its spiritual leader, Rabbi Tibor Stern, who arrived in the Jewish community a short while ago. Rabbi Stern is an established Hebraic scholar and the author of several books on Jewish law. In this regard, he was called upon by the State of Israel to aid in the setting forth of her legal system. Miami is always proud to add a new personality to the corps of its spiritual leaders. For, with the addition of each new rabbi, there is an extension of the area's spiritual horizons. This indicates an awareness on the part of the Jewish community of the need for spirtual enlightenment and the expansion of its spiritual faculties in proportion with its general growth. A new rabbi in the community means added vigor for its religious life—more centers of traditional Jewish activity and programs to be participated in by Miami's youth and adults. Those honoring Rabbi Stem at the testimonial dinner Sunday on Miami Beach will be installing a new orthodox spokesman here. A student—in the historic sense of the word— ibbi Stem will fully realize his responsibility [the community, as well as to Beth Jacob Conjation and the pulpit he fills there. stored throuah firm United Nationj ***** asisl on Arab recognition of 1ST ae ; •atonal )rC e cessation of illegal Arao ie Suez Canal. :. y and President Eisenhower ,ir decision to work toward these qoc be little more successful in the matter o!' restoring peace to the Near hast through continued discussion with Fiance and ling evasion of the principal issues involved. Brotherhood Week Opens Brotherhood Week opens this year Feb. 19 and will run through Feb. 26. Greater Miami will mark the occasion with a Brotherhood Dinner Monday evening. Feb. 20. at the Fontainebleau. Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, Ambassador of the Phillipines, will be principal speaker. Sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews, the observance annually sets aside a week during which men, women and children throughout the nation rededicate themselves to the principles of freedom, human dignity and equality. Brotherhood Week this year is especially significant. With the breach between halves of the globe apparently widening again, it behoves all of us to recognize that the differences among men must never be based on the differences of religion or race. In our own nation, it is a constitutionally guaranteed precept that all people are endowed with equal opportunity. The difficulty here lies in the failure of ths principle necessarily to lead to the concluson that all people cae equal. Thus experience proves the unfortunate situation in which the equal opportunity precept suffers by default because there are some who falsely, maliciously—and even criminally —regard certain races and religions as "inferior." To this end. the National Conference of Christians and Jews—and Brotherhood Weekdedicate themselves to eradicating such practices and to mobilizing Americans in accord with this nation's democratic ideals. The strength of our country has lain—and will continue to lie—in the diversity of its people. Gathering into one force the strengths and positive values peculiar to each, we have grown to symbolize for all of humankind a solid bastion of freedom. The world today, more than ever before, needs such a symbol. If we are to submit to the divisiveness of bigotry, it will mean that we are failing ourselves—and others who sorely need us. GOOD FOR WHAT AHS YOU This is the Era of Grand Declaration once again Wh en ^. dent is not busy being religious, he is at least humanitarian i humanitarianism is always followed by the lofty expression ofj^ ideals. Only on one occasion did the President have to combine i wits humanitarianism: that was at Geneva. It was not on| y to outdo the Russians philosophically; as spokesman for the W also had t<> best them on spiritual grounds. Prior to that time, however, and since then, the President hat no compelling necessity to consider the possibility „( relit? sen the two When he introduced the phrase, under God"i the pledge of allegiance, the President was being -inctly n \j* \nd when, for example, eons ago, he promised revision of Taft-H he was being humanitarian. An interesting phenomenon here is the fact th.-.t intentioneal ,. sufficient. In being either religious or humanitarian, „ ne nJ'T expect any palpable result-: nor. indeed, an |..,|p a bie|J ted bj others The lof tin ess of such humid. %  pira Uon |h. NOW, the President is a military man It | S lnen an even more interesting, and for him fortunate, nh.-nomennn thai can carry on these cycles of fervent activity and feel >atisuejj accompli hang anything. Bui Inmilitsry background is a virtue in at least one regards chain of command that is the President's MUl blinds him to hu, I nded !>>' others for his intention-, he confi with achievement The result of this bitterly hunwrmi. cycle has| the greatest hosi in history— his do-nothing Administration whidu cording to Republican national chairman Leonard Hall mutt coaS in office if the free world is to survive. UNFULFILLED PROMISES SYMPTOMATIC OF THE PROBLEM I spoke before about the Era of Grand Declaration I saiditj upon us once again. And so it is, what with the President's w humanitarian kick—his latest call last week for revision upward t 220.000 persons annually of the immigration quota as set forty McCarran-Walter. This is the President's humanitarian pha-*. been through it before. During the 1992 campaign, he promised i drastic revision or total scrapping of the act. On the occasion i first Message to Congress in January. 1953, he made a similarly hi tarian appeal, speaking in frankly unembarrassed Emma Lazarus I Poor old Pat McCarran passed on. But loquatious Francis succeeded in doing something the President has never done. Hfj ceeded in relating two concepts—even if without nece-sary relatia What with the Administration's security system running under the frenetic thrusts of Sen. McCarthy, the Penniyhrssa] gressman proved the need to maintain the obnoxious origins law as a means of continuing the fight against communism. | Now, the President never really saw Jit to repudiate Sen. A man of self-professed religious conviction, he turned from bun lanism to his haven of spirituality, feeling assured that rej implicit in the move. Similarly, he saw no connection betwea.] Walter's victory and his own defeat on the immigration issee. i Cart hy and the Pennsylvanian were obstreperous, they could not diminish the loftiness of the President's intention to deal wifl McCarran-Walter Act. • • • • • GRACEFUL WITHDRAWAL FROM ISSUES AT HAND By 1953. the President was slightly chastened. I'nder on security measures, immigration and inquiries into commu urged Congress to pass the Refugee Relief Act, which wookt; | some 214.000 aliens to enter the United States during the comisl years—above the limit for this period as set forth by McCamn4B B | (This figure, slightly under the latest request, submits to the dei failure of the 1953 act.) Satisfied on an humanitarian basis'of his success, the j did not see that he had failed—that the Refugee Relief Art was I 'excuse for his unfulfilled promise of 1952; that it repre | knuckling under to intimidation by Sen. McCarthy and Rep: that, even on its own terms, the act was being sabotaged ^fV^ t apparent to him that the sabotage came from security chief j McCleod—Sen. McCarthy's puppet—end precisely tho* *uws sponsible for continuation of the reprehensible national entwV system. That the McCarran-Walter Act had also succeeded ia da U.S. prestige abroad was excuse enough for the State Department I Secretary Dulles to take over. In addition, the President was ~ afforded the opportunity of gracefully turning away from the J' of intention vs. achievement. Secretary Dulles' immediate answer a Refugee Relief Act administrator—a man who would rapidly *r* the painfully slow Influx of persons abroad seeking cntr> Jj"j! its provisions. New York Republican leader Edward Corsi rM ***J'. job. The rest is history. Within ninety days. Corsi found himsM lieved" of hu post Mr. Dulles' excuse was that the administrator been hired for a three-month period only. I recently met John Lamula. Corsi's attorney during the days following his dismissal. Distinguished looking, a virtual w"j appearance to Henry Cabot Lodge. Mr. Lamula has a long and en* record in New York's Republican party politics. He told me th begged Corsi not to take the job. afresh from labor acUv W, u L r i of New York State. Corsi had been offered a position > "f?V t | some $35,000 a year. As administrator of the Refugee would receive little more than $13,500. But Mr. Lamula. "" was not motivated solely by monetary considerations; Til "*' v convinced that neither Secretary Dulles nor the State IXP***"^ prepared to help the President's sop to his humanitarianism INTRIGUE IN ROME—STATE DEPARTMENT STYLE On the record, Secretary Dulles may have had high "^J^a announcing the appointment, he told.a Washington P rWS ^ that Corsi was "the best possible man" for the job New I > j senatorial campaign, which featured Dulles and H r ~" M •s hopefuls, tells another story. In the northwest Republican*-if] of the state. Secretary Dulles, in calling for support. c u0< r; could see the people who will vote -for my opponent yoft referred to nothing mpre than the Jews and Italians of ^ ^ It is these Jews and Italians, principally, agwn* whicl1 Walter Act so heavily discriminates. .JAWI Mr lamula reveals that Corsi left for Europe to deters of expediting the Refugee Relief Act The record *" D ** Vl cates that every move Corsi made wss reported back t ^ via transatlantic telephone by a State Department On the occasion el RheHearing following Corsi'i d"!**"^ official unfolded the administrator's "secret dealing" Owntinueel en Psge 7 A



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fewii^ltUEIlDiriidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Le30— Number 7 Miami. Florida, Friday, February 17, 1956 Price 20* \A Y BE A NEW CASE OF TOO MUCH NOTHING T 00UU fad's Danger Grows As State Department Delays Arms JH THEO LOGICAL SEMINARY SPONSOR Winter Conference Ends Sunday as Delegates Here Discuss Statesmanship Theme ^ird annual mid-winter conference of the national planning comi of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, in cooperation he United Synagogue and Rabbinical Assembly of America, ends y with two meetings of the NPC scheduled at the Seville hotel. Iplenan session is slated at 10 a.m., with a luncheon meeting at [accordinii to Joseph N. Gorson, of Philadelphia, national NPC WHG SISSIOH iidor Cohen >apers Given [o Historians chairman. Gorson will preside at the meetings, highlight of the week-long conference which opened Monday in Miami Beach. Joel W. Schenker, chairman of the NPC committee on national campaign and regions, will be moderator at the plenary session with the principal speakers Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor of the Seminary, and Dr. Harry Halpern, president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America. The session will hear reports on the Seminary's progress and future JOSEPH GOISON of the laruest and most succonferences of historians eld in this ana was conven-jPlans as the conclave, which has nesdaj b) -the I niversity of attracted more than 1,000 Jewish communal leaders from throughout the United States and Canada and Dulles Fails to React To Ebon's Urgent Plea As Arms Action Stalls WASHINGTON (JTA)—Pro-Israel circles here expressed serious concern Wednesday over the fact that the State Department is stalling on granting permission to Israel to acquire arms in this country immediately in order to prevent a possible Egyptian surprise attack on the Jewish State with bombers obtained from Soviet countries. Disappointment was especially expressed over the fact that Secretary of State John Foster Dulles apparently did not react to the urgent personal appeal made to him on Friday by Israel Ambassador Abba j Kban for swift action on Israel's request for $50,000,000 worth of American arms. It was predicted I here that Mr. Dulles may not act! for at least another six weeks. BETTER SOLUTION Continued on Pago 5 A JOEL SCHEHKEK Combined Jewish Appeal Eyes Million the lli-toneal Association tit hern Florida and the AmerL'vu-h History Center of the Theological Seminary of ra. .mi 8 Bea'h C t he hC !^ e o! g 0 .n 1 BUSINESS-PRO GROUPS SEEK 70 BOOST DRIVE OVER MAGIC NUMBER Bs participated in a conferDn the writing of a Regional in the Smith, with special Is on Religious and Cultural daylong session was highby the appearance of diashed academicans including librarian of Congress, Dr. L. Mum ford, who presented a on The Ultimate Subpi Irving Lehrman, spiritual of Temple Emanu-El and a er of the Seminary's rabbinbinet, presented a paper on Jewish Community of Greater p, 1896-1955." comments were highlighted he disclosure, for the first [that the Isidor Cohen papers of the most comprehensive ions of early South Florida %  y-have been given to the fcan Jewish History Center '" study of the Jewish comitinued on Paf* 8 A Pro-Israel circles here feel that delay by the United States in sell i ing arms to Israel is not objectively justified and that, if the State Department were sincerely devoted to preserving Israel, it would prevent avoidable vulnerability of the State to Egyptian jet plane attack. The most urgent matter, in ] the view of Israel diplomats, is the GOP Leaders Modify Stand On Armament WASHINGTON (JTA) — Meanwhile, Republican Congressmen, who last week urged immediate shipment of arms to Israel, today growing preponderance of offenmodified their stand on the urgensive Egyptian air strength while l cy of Israel's need for arms. Rep. supporting Continued on Pago 3 A Over $1,000,000 is the mark eyed by Combined Jewish Appeal oficials when they meet with Business and Professional units of the CJA campaign Thursday evening, Feb. 23, at a city-wide dinner and report meeting in Park Lane restaurant. Business and Professions Council chairman John N. Serbin Wednesday urged all workers in this diviONE OF THREE SILVER AWARD RECIPIENTS Regional Brotherhood Medallion Goes to Leonard Wien Monday sion, to get ahead with their coverage of pledge cards in order to boost the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal over the one million mark. Four groups which met earlier this week are expected to turn in substantial increases at the Thursday report meeting. Serbin was host at a breakfast honoring members of the Miami Fashion Council on Sunday at the *Vanderbilt hotel. Cooperation of the Needle Trades groups in support of CJA was promised at the unusual event. The Town division of the Lawyers' Unit, headed by E. Albert Pallot, met on Monday in the offices of Milton A. Friedman for card assignments, and the Building Trades group held its first organizational meeting on Wednesday at the home of David Fleeman. First worker's meeting of the Liquors Division was a luncheon at the Edith and Fritz restaurant this Continued on Pogo 10 A L Wolfson Hosts Einstein Report Meeting tfONAlO WKN Jewish community leader Leonard Wien will be one of three recipients of a silver Brotherhood Regional Medallion when Ihe World Brotherhood Dinner of the Americas convenes at the Fontainebleau I hotel Monday evening, Feb. 20. h Other recipients of the award are J. N. McArthur, prominent dairyman and civic leader, and James T. Vocelle, chai rman of the State Industrial Commission and well-'-*" known catholic l.yman \f0ARD Of OVERSEERS TO CONCLUDE CONFAB HERE Fans N. Cowart was chairman %  """^—; of the awards committee, and James M. LeGate is chairman of the Florida region. National Conference of Christian and Jews, under whose auspices the Brotherhood dinner is being held. Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, PhillipIne Ambassador to the United Nations, will be guest speaker at the Monday night affair. Gov. and Mrs. LeRoy Collins and the Governor's cabinet will also be present. In addition, the program includes Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, national NCGJ president Dr. Edward R. Annis is dinner chairman. Co-Chairmen are Sam Continued en Page 10A ,Hugh Scott (R.-Pa.). Secretary Dulles' position, agreed that additional time is needed to test alternative ways, outside of arms shipments, of bringing peace to the Arab-Israel area. He said Mr. Dulles, in a recent talk with several Republican members of Congress, suggested, among other approaches to bring peace to the area, the implementation of the Tripartite Pact, the guaranty of existing frontiers, and the increase in the number of persons engaged in neutral patrols along the ArabIsrael border. The Republican Congressman declared the State Department feels that there are better solutions to the Middle East crisis than selling arms to Israel at this time. The Department says that "something can be done within the near future," Mr. Scott said. "We say if that cannot be done," he added, "then at the very least there should be arms (to Israel) at that time." Rep. Scott described this as the position the Republican Congressmen who support arms to Continued on Pogo IA Einstein College of Medicine will conclude a national report conference Sunday at a reception in the Fontainebleau hotel, which will be hosted by board member George Frankel. Former New York state attorney general Nathaniel L. Goldstein said a special business meeting of the board will be held Friday at the home of Miami Beach financier Louis E. Wolfson. Goldstein is chairman of the board and Wolfson a member. The conference opened Monday evening in Palm Beach with a cocktail party reception for the board hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frost, Palm Beach chairmen for the nation's first nonsectarian medical college sponsored by the American Jewish community. Wednesday, Abraham Levitt of New York, was host to a breakfast meeting at the Saxony hotel for the Society of Founders of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Levitt, national chairman of the Society of Founders, is best known as the founder of Levittowns in Long Island and in Pennsylvania. Levitt also serves as QueensLong Island chairman for the Einstein college, which is the core of a $100,000,000 medical center in the Bronx. The report Continued on Pago 6 A



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F B bruaT yl7,1956 +Jewlsii nuricNan Page 9 A iference of Christians and Jews Had Vision: What Ahead? N0 vomlHr 'IIMS a build^services. And therein lies itsClinchy, the National Conference [known as "The Budding for strength and effect.venes, as its arranged 75.000 programs for 12Ciood" was ^^^^ !" 1^*?^ !" ^^ addition, it held 9,300 institutes, dght to eliminate bigotry and Taking a leading role as founders workshops and group leader conjudice from the American were former Chief Justice Charles • ferences, and distributed 2,800,000 e | Evans Hughes, former Secretary of pieces of literature. 'i National Conference is probWar. Newton D. Baker and S. j It maintains 62 regional offices best known to the nation as Parkes Cadman, past president of spotted throughout the United nooton ol Brotherhood Week, the Federal Council of Churches of .States. ,aiobsei\ ;.'HC is merely the Christ in America. They were join-j The Nirni r nn f,„.„ J I 0 ,,,,,, .ground proed by Roger W. Straus elected J^TL^TtuZl of educational endeavors >n f.rst Jew.sh national co-chairman, Cities, nor does it seek to weaken field of better human relations, a post he has held without interthe oyalties or m ^ t £ ^,"5 !" thc year 1934. some 300 comruption for 25 years, and Dr. Evert ive beliefs of anv creed It AL l: m th e inited States jett It Clinchy. president of the %  see ^ demonstrate th'ata..' reel k off the doldrums of the then organization since its founding In can work together to achieve the ent depre-Mon long enough to addition to Mr. Straus, the other g oa l s of brotherhood, and that all m something called Brothercurrent^co-chairman is Mr. Benson men and women of whatever reli, D a} The observance caused Ford. President Dwight D. Eisen-1 gion> race or nationa| origin 7 a a ripple of response in the icipating communities and it jved virtually no national recand Harvey S. Firestone, Jr.. chairman of Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., is national chairman. The founders adopted a program that has guided the organization day in Apr. 1934 was exciting througnout iu history and is a part inspirational And in Denver, ) of iu by ., aws: To promote jus ,, a Catholic priest. Monsignor ^ amity understandin g and co icMenamil i operation among Protestants. Catholics and Jews, and to analyze, moderate and finally eliminate intergroup prejudices which disfigure and distort religious, busiose who worked to promote, ness> goc^i anr j poliUcal relations. jir,t Brotherhood Day saw it' w j th a view to the establishment 4 a full week's observance in| 0 f a goc^i or der in which the reliand four years later, more: g j ous ideals of brotherhood and 2.000 communities, among)j ust ice shall become the standards ch. for the first time every state of human relationships." TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DOKHORN PRODUCE 2143 N. W. 12th Avenue Phone 9-8411 Ition. But to a group of men i women handed together in an Inuation known as the National Iference ol Christians and Jews, Fillment of an idea he had alkt casually proposed to the Natal Conference, two years previV ... ... "•""< • •*= "ouuiiai origin can hower is the honorary national work together and live together chairman for Brotherhood Week G t t T I N G S G & E METAL PRODUCTS CO. Ornamental Iron Grills Gates Parch Railings Custom Made Aluminum Storm Shutters 129 N.W. 143rd STREET Phone MU 1-9021 included, celebrated BrotherWeek. Today, the annual obvance has taken on all the charer of an American institution While the National Conference does much of its work through religious groups, it is not itself a religious organization, rather, it is more than 10.000 communi-l a group o{ religiously motivated participating. Since 1940. the men and WO men whose purpose it ktnerhood Week dates have al; is to eradicate prejudices and Vs been the lull week that inbigotry through educational proves Washington's Birthday; this grams of good wiU Brotherhood KI eb 19 / 2 6 The 1956 theme Week is, of course, an important Brotherhood for Peace and £acet of their educational program, edom. Believe it! Live it! Supit!" Uthough Brotherhood Week is a definite part of the Amerii scene, it is a paradox that comatively little is known about its >nsor. the National Conference ^Christians and Jews, he National Conference of istians and Jews with a profesnal staff of experts in the field Ihuman relations is a non-profit pnization, entirely supported by ntary contributions. As an orlization. it keeps well in the kground performing its task of ^Ung prejudice and bigotry W a vast network of cornorganizations, religious educational institutions, %  Mgemcnt groups, and all of mass media of eommunih each of these categories "can life, the National Conenlists the active and volsupport of lay leaders in s program and consultation yet it is only a small part of the year around work. Last year, according to Dr. G f E T I N G i MCALLISTER HOTEL mat EDEN ROC HOTEL BARBER SHOPS AIR-CONDITIONED rWotiticwf (My u MCALLISTER ARCADE, MIAMI 4525 COLLINS AVL, MIAMI BEACH Phone Ft 4-B783 Jsseoft Guido, Monooer GREETINGS Blake—Max Schoeniekl ShandiHere Bar W6 SO. MIAMI AVE. MIAMI TO OUR MANY FRIENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS Rader Engineering Co. CONSULTING ENGINEERS 111 NIL 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida Phone 82-3551 "WE COVER THE EARTH' AN RANCH HOTEL *u.it* THESHEWIN-WILLIAMS Cft 7114 N.E. Im4 Ave. 1300 W. Flefltr Mb 1*M Arte. U., Miami Beach 421 • 71st $ &f ., iei leech. Ph. 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Page 14 B +Jmisttk*rMteri Friday. r ek Services IiTcSeaf^r Miami's Houses Of Wors] M A M I SYNAGOGUES '..£752!LJ 5t *l BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services tl 8:15. with Rabbi Yaakov RosvnofficJating. Dr Harry Hal ptrn. president of the Rabbinical Vssemblv ol America, will be speaker aba rTiscuss: "Conservative Judfrfshi Look* Ahead." tor William Upson renders the musical portionof the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiner will be hosts .n Oneg Shabbat in honor of their \ n Miller and Robert Weiner, who become Bar Mitzvan durBaturday morning services at B :"; % ISRAELITE CENTER will hold laj evening services %  5 30 andi p in. Rabbi Morton Maiavak) will discuss: '•Brotherhood Week pen Week." Mr. and Mrs, AlWeinberg will be hosts it ] Sh.ihli.it in honor ol Mr. and Mrs. Morris Chasanof. Saturday morning services are at 9 Bagene, shabbat follows. Mr and Mrs, J( son ol Mr and Mrs Leoa Kutun, ro mc Uebeman will in' hosts will become Bar Mitzvah Cantor S rat* Salkow render> the mu-iportion, of the liturg] BABBI YAAKOV ffOSfNBHG introduces goet KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 15 At 830 pm.. Rabbi Jonah (/apian will Stocuas •What is Evil?" Cantor Abraham renders the musical portion, ol the liturg) Saturda) looming ices are at 8:30 Sermon Will be based on the Weekly Portion Rabbi's class is at 5 p.m.. followed l j Mineha and Shalos Sendee, TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. In honor ol Sisterhood Sabbath, guest -peakcr will be Mrs Elmer IMover, oi Dayton, o.. member of the executive board of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. Sermon is band on the topic: It All Depends I'pon the Woman." CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN'TER will hold Fridaj evening •*> ices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop will discuss "Jewish Women of Valor Sermon idedicated to Sisterhood Sabbath. Cantor Irving CANDLWGHTING MK Adar 5 — 5:57 pjn. Robinson renders the musical portions of the liturgy, with the choir under the direction of Robert Strassburg. Mrs Alfred Reich. Sisterhood president, will extend greetings. Saturday morning services are at 9:45. Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs Raymond I.avine. will become Bar Mitzvah. • ,• l\ Nnvr < >rll>. EATIR MIAMI SYNAG ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD HEBREW INSTITUTE-: 4J00 lYutrl* va. Orthodox. Rabbi H. — • m ..Mrv lii .ftabbl Rabbi Lson KVonlsh. COBMTWMv*. Rabbi Irving G R ACUDATW ISRAEL BETH ISHsVEU CONGREGATION 1-. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM illl < %  •.,.,. %  ;.v. Uben mtur Samuel Kelenn-r. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1TI \VanlKt<>n SVS. i.7i~. Cantor nui,,, Brummer. O L N ROAD Orthodox. Rnbbl JoBELOW LINC BETH JACOB CONGREGATION-"..'! 11 Wshlnxt..n ave. Rabbi Tib." Strrn Con... M.,uM,.M.nn.-h.-H. BETH T FILAH CONGREGATION IN BMM •>.. Orthodox. MrRRFw" ACADEMYMS 6th st OrthodML R-bbl Alex.mlrr firo... • Euclid ave. Orthodox. EtabM American Judaism. Rabbis Abraham KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGAT'ON-J < .,,.„ ,., i; CapfeUL "' % % %  > %  vl.i.ili.in %  • TORAH TEMPLE —12.i WBA **•< .in.I CORAL GABLES CENTER-^0 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Conservative. Rabbi U. /-ORAL GABLES JEWISH CO Morris S*oi Cantor Inlni Robli 7AMORA JEWISH CENTER It Ban I ave. ZAM n .' .'....I...Rudolph Itriil. DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-135 XW 3rd ave. WOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE HOLLYWOOD— IT-.'i Monroe St., Hollywood. Orthodox. Rabbi ConservaHOLLY TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF Conservative, lubi.i samuei I.M TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD live Rabbi David Bbapu-i TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE-1101 South Andrews ave., Pt. Lauderdale. Reform. Rabbi LEAH-MIAMI SPRINOS Jl gfeat 4th ave. Con2030 iv.Ik st., Hollywood. Cantor Tehudiih Hellbraun. )EF._ Mai-ius Ranaon H I A Jacob Kaplan, TIFERETH ISRAEL Connei vatlva. BETH EL CONGREGATION will held Fridaj evening services at 5:30 Saturday morning services al 8:30 Rabbi S. T Swirskj "0* !" DADE JEWISH CENwill Officiate and discuss "The TER Wl11 hold Friday evening MTVT in initiativeCantor Louis ices at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica Gartenhaus renders the musical Wl11 discuss: -what Brotherhood p. rtions ol the liturgy. Junior servMean) to Me Cantor Maurice Neu 0 a.m. m Yeshivi Hall, renders the musical portions oi the 0: p %  '"• Sanhi trin will be at 4 liturgj Emanuel Hahn, son ol Mr. p.m. David, son oi Mr and Mrs. •"" Mrs Irving Hahn, will become Manuel Bel : Mitzvah, Thej will be ho U %  %  • !• I >n< ; Shabb il follow n HIALEAH-MIAMI SP-INGS JEWISH CENTER" s ,,.. • Rabbi Borti Rackovaky. N O R'T H E A 6 T TFMPLE ISRAEL-137 NK lMh St. Reform. Rnbbl Joseph Nnrot. Rnbbl Rabbi Emeritus. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. NORTHSIDE CENTER — I3A0 North Miami avs. Rabbi Abraham II.. t Cantor Albert tllantx. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION-1U0J KW 17th ave. FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWIfcH COMMUNITY CENTER-'0 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi I.eo Helm. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER 1X630 West Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi llrnry Oleollca. Cantor Maurice Neu. NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION -ISith St. and XE 11th av. O o n— CVattV. ltabbl Isaac l.fi-i. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EME8 CONOfteOATION— 2SIS Cor-.il way. SETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE— K2:> SW 3rd ave. Conservatlw. Rabbi Y.iakov RoMenbei-s. Cantor William tV. l.lpnon BETH EL OONTJRfTOATION — r.OO SW 17th nvc. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmarvahu T. Swlrsky. Cantor I.ouis Gartenhaus. ISRAELITE CENTER--31M SW 21th ter. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Banual Balkow. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION-1101 SW 12th av. Orthodox. Rabbi Simon April Cantor IVrele Kelrmer. WEST MIAMI TEMPLE 2ION I'M 8W 17ih St OMsSerVatlva. Rabbi Alfi.il \\..\nan. TIFERETH | SIDE CENTER Wll| fvenmu service, j Abraham Herson afflL •I-Gold.Can,,, fencfert the mu-i raT liturgy. Mi. and Mrs. tun will be bosti at in honor of their Merrill. Saturday mw, are at 9. Rabhi Herson, "The Quarry 0 f Judaism? follows. musical portions of the liturgy. Dailj services are at 7 30 a.m. and CAMTM U'SM Cantor Prat Ritual Cii Cantor William W recently arrived in Mil ly elected cantor of Congregation, has onie practice of ritual He received his Rabbi Morris Shoulsot,] delphia. Pa., and cians and surgeons where he practiced eight years. Cantor Lipson is surgical technique anil to aseptic procedure Cantor Lipson has accepted by sevor.aJ.J the Greater Miami ai Hated at all bntoe jvah. TEMPLE SINAI ol Hollywood will hold Fri ing sen Brotherbbath R ivid Shawill discuss: "Tl Brotherboa Yehuda Heilbraun r< %  i mu::i>'nof the liturg) Mr and MrDavni Bternberger will ;a in Bilue !•<• hosts at tl BETH JACOB CONGREGATION p m with R %  %  • i Merlin, will helnce renders the mu-ical porI'ally services will at 7 and 8 am and 5:30 p m ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening a' 8:15. Hon. Ted David, speak, the House. State oi Florida, will be urday morniny services are ;.t !' Barry son of Mr and Mrs Irving Bezel, will become Bar Mitzvah. Junior service* are at Id a m Daily services will be at 9 a m MONTICELLO PARK CONCRE GATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabin Isaac I."ret will pnach on the topic: "Greal W ho Havi Made Deinocrac) Live." < antor Manned Mandel will renders the musical uortterr! n4 the liturgj Saturdaj naming services Rfchard, ion of Mr. and Mrs Herman Cohen, !*11 NF. 158th si will become Bar Mitzvah Mm is at 4:4fi p.m. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday eveniny W U l kxa at 545 Saturdaj morning services are at 9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will discuss the Weekly Portion Mineha is at 5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services will be at 7.30 AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabhi Isaac Ever will preach on the topic: bv a in Seur^atmn or Independent Of.I th f ofl :> ZZ thodoxy in America." Rabbi Pin ,. cus Briskman. dean of Yeshiva 'Torah \ i.ath and Meslfta, will be guest speaker Host at Kidduah is GORDON ano Herman St rails, (lass in Talmud KOSHER CATHBB will he at 4 p.m., followed by Min170 N.w. MI. ST., MIAM (ha and Shalos Seudos ipp—OWd by Hairy (anwiiei • • HAROLD PONT mritttUNI TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday • %  an( i 6 Pm • with Sunday mojn • lecturer during the Brother-' evening s erl i kes at 5 30 l.ate servm ^ servkea at 8 FLAGLER GRANADA COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:45. Late services are at 8:30. Rev Edward llriih, Pastor of Robertson Memorial Evangelical and Reformed Church, will be guest speaker and discuss: "Fixed Points and Fruitful Living." Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday morning hood Sabbath service "Rabbi B Loon Hurwitr officiates with RevRudolph Brill rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Bar Mitzvah durme Saturday mornices at 9 Kiddush fobOWS. ath school is at 930 Mineha will be at 5 p.m. lewish Theological Seminary of America. Saturday morning serv ices are at 9. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Joel Ceffen. national direc "f community affairs. Jewish BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATheological Seminary. Charles, son T,0N Friday evening "f Mrs Francs Popoff and Mr :a> morning M e Popoff. will become Bar Mitz iceare at Babbt H I Daily services are in the chapRfMnun will prs-arh on th. •• 8 a m and 6 p m Cantor he Law Philip Brummer renders the e it 4 30 pm Mineha will -cal portions of the liturgy be at 5- foik/wed by Sha services are at 9. Arnold, son of Mrs and Mrs. Bernard Malin. will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi ieo Heim officiates. Mineha will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guest speaker will be Dr. Charles Levine, becomes Bar Mitz Max Arzt. vice chancellor of the vah during Sunday morning services at 8:30. are at 8 30 p.m.. with Rabbi • • ton,?" ST" 7', aChm2 r ,b< TEMP -E 6MANU-EL will hold n Jeajd. Fridav ,. NOmng scrv ces „ 5 and i) Mr and MrDavid Dres'officiate -. Michael, becomes The Centr.il W.ami Kjihrut| %  eu/icu sion wishes to stste puWx JtWlSM endorte 0 niy the catennB j menl known j$ CORDON and in no w.iy IS !•"• %  > "J as an endorsement o W operated by these men. OPEN HO'JSE WEOl BAR MITZVAM8J SHOW ROOM BUSINESS MEETI* Decorated Trays ot AppU Delivered to Vour Door Vou to Pick Up ni or Msre. CATERING SERVO from Hor OOeuvral Complete BurlrtJ AT row M A •!ST Robbi Joseph I 11111 are at 7 30 will MAMI HEBREW SCHOOL ANO CONGREGATION ril] bold Fridav *esaaf fervsm at 545. Saturday tAMI t. iiON MMrwrrz TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM hold Friday evening services"a' KaM.i Uoa Kronish will du V..U (ant Chan K e Human Nature-Or Can YouSatunla-. %  are at 10:45. Mi and Mrs. Samuel NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN TER will mark Seminary Sabbath during Friday evening services at' ^45 m^HIGAN AVTNlSi' 8:15. Rahbi Mayer Abramowftz! phone it J will dlicusT-An Eternal Light for an Eternal People" Cantor Ed** ward Klein renders the musical! portions of the liturgy, assisted by j the choir under the direction ol Kit Samuels. Saturday morning serv•xe at 845. Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs Eddie Cord, and Allen, son ol Mr. and Mrs Louis Snyder, will In-come Bar Mitzvah Sermon is based on-the Weeklv Portion. MIAMI BfACH 1104 liscoln RdPh. JE 13IU l-itfi p*K foiiV AAOIil SS:5H--H££ • tor Berek Kelemer render the I BETH EMETH CONGREGA TION will hold Friday eveningservices at 7 30. Herbert Buchwald will officiate and discuss: •The the mu s .cal portions of the £^ „ou J"1 Worsmp" n04 Mi!SK* nn HA-g,*' EAIH** 12*4 1**" $1



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Correspondent jews: Guard re of Power ^attended the first anStview country club last i heard Leo Lania. famed Condon, and author. Zi "the fate of Israel la |bly bterwoven with the of American Jewry." Sfing editor of World MagLha^ju-t returned from Tidvhit to Europe, Israel UriahI'n-t. declared that I. aided by a M-] jaet with ticnatioM fllinue.l financial support American Jewr>' could upimocracv in the Middle 'jnUin a balance of power lb nati agn chairman S im J. mtl„ iecial plea to the reychani, for extraordinary not only to is, hut to upbuild own institutions which .aged, the sick, the youth, lily and the -^in-r ul welfare -local comiminity." Ipolnted out that nearly 40 : of CJA's funds remain in ounty in allocations to the ptient program at Mt. Sinai w, Jewi-h Home for the [the lei.-uretimo programs jnh and Golden Agers at the i Center and for vocational te and immigrant aid i Jewish Family Service and iitional Council of Jewish ated vocalist and movie |Tony Martin, received a plaque from the Combined Appeal for "outstanding nity service" and was comby Heiman for "his undevotion to humanitarian i serving all segments of the Miami community." -JewlstfhrMton Page 13 A TO ALL GREETINGS HENRY A. POHL. INC.. Slate Distributor* GRAY MARINE MOTORS CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINES GASOLINE and DIESEL 410 N.I. 13th Street Phone FR 41577 F. GIVEN PUBLIC I ACCOUNTANT |19 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone FR 3-5373 MIAMI. FLORIDA WORLDS FINEST HIBISCUS t SKCTACIHAR VARIETIES exclusive I f RAREST and NEWEST IXORA ^VBRID, FANCY COLORFUL CROTONS *' Plants Moke Most Aoorteiottd Gifts We Ship: l *r new tMuiotivo •nee list LOTOM'S I* MOHYBRIDIZERS Wth Ave. & 104th St. • %  • k 103rd St root) %  M4H, MUi ALL. 1 MOST HAPPY >THERHOOD WEEK mes E. Roche CONTRACTOR %  •*•* STREET ^one PL 8-5852 'it "Youth around the world are protected and aided by the Combined Jewish Appeal." says campaign Chairman Sam J. Heiman to delegates of Hebrew schools at the Youth Division conference held Sunday in the Bureau of Jewish Education. Some 150 boys and girls from all religious schools in Dade county attended. Shown with Heiman are (standing) Steve Gaines (Beth David) and Stephanie Baer (North Dade Jewish Center). In rear are Stephen Green. Coral Gables Jewish Center, and Hailean Marks, Zamora Jewish Center. TO ALL ... GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 153 N.E. 1st Street LUNCHEON DINNER Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733 BREAKFAST Music JWV Posts, Ladies' Groups in Meetings Coral Gables Post 243 of JWV will meet Tuesday at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. • • 0 Norman Bruce Brown Post and Auxiliary 174 will have a joint social on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 1947 West Flagler st. Norman Bean, guest speaker, will talk on flying saucers. On Sunday, Feb. 28, Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary will have a smorgasbord from 5 to 8 p.m. at 1947 West Flagler st. Proceeds go to further Veteran Aid and Building Fund. TO Alt ... A MOST MAM MOTHERHOOD MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO. 127 N.E. 27th STRUT formerly MULEA-LENFESTIY SUPPLY CO. PHONE 82-5414 II. L. ROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 83-2695 Heating and Gas Installations "WE COVER CREATER MIAMI" Miami Florida 3148 S.W. 22nd Street MIAMI-Plteae Ft 4-4141 MIAMI BEACH 1-3411 Compliments of ffco Season MIAMI 141 I. Ftefler n. re 4-H35 • CORAL GABLES 254 Miracle Mil* Ph. 83-1714 1UI SHOES roirvE KNOWN AND LOVED ron YEARS GREETINGS •EN W. SILVERMAN eW MRFORD $ PURCEl of Coplan Pipe & Supply Co. 3120 Hi. 2na AVENUE • % %  1 7 ** Wnefeiale PfenrMsf 'Isfsm GREETINGS MADER & COMPANY P. 6 O. DOCKS MIAMI ............ ... — .y ...... %  OR El T I not AMERICAN CHEMICAL COMPANY SANITARY end JANITOR SUPPIUS INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS J77 WEST FIAWER STREET PHONE '^ To All UreetintjH MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL TITLE l\NI RANCE A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION at to the condition of title. Longford Building, Miami — 82-5618 ESCROWS — ABSTRACTS FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY — TOM BLAKE Greetings x .\ BOEHMKE OPTICAL CO. 1 BINOCULAR REPAIR EXPERTS ""H Eitofcliihed 1*11 1 Objective Lenses — Phetearoehic ono" ether Optical Instruments Repair** 3737 BIRD ROAD PHONE 83-0106 Cooper Motor Sales, Inc. YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER 1607 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES PHONE HI 8-8704 THE KEYS ARE WAITING! DRIVE OUR SPECIAL "ROCKET" SHOW CAR TODAYI GREETINGS MIAMI REACH FIRST NATIONAL RANK 1651 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH TO ALL GREETINGS — Enjoy your stay; relax in comfort ROWE HOTEL 'Reasonable Prices" 4400 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE UN 4-1417 TO ALL .A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK D. W. BURTON E.ecfrica. Contractor Phone TU 7-2087 "1 360 W. 50th STREET HIALEAH •--*



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Page 6 A -Jmistncrid&n %  I Report Continued from Peje 1 A conference wii! hear from Goidstein, who als beg.-.n • r. with '.he facttitM the adjacent S4C.000.000 hos| center jut completed by the V York niiide available to and with the Eiasteta (acuity ;:ig the hospitals. George Aipert of Bo>ton. newlyelected president o: the New 1 New Haven and Hartford Railroad, eipated in the Monday and Wednesday sessions, pointing I need for additional medical teaching facii. Upert Is asstx iaU national New York Exec To Speck Here Harn Lee. vice pre>ider.'. rporation of New York City, will be guest of honor at a brunch red by the Liquor Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal on Sunday morning. Feb. 26. at UH DC Terrace hotel Campa.. S J Heinan ha announced that Florida Beverage director R D. Wil!ian> be an honored lal breakfast function of the CJA group. Co-Chairmen of the division and of the breakfast will be Mar via S. Rauaa and Jay Wei-Vice chairmen are Don Bellamy and Frank Hamilton. Reproentmg the CJA Bu-ir.eand Professions' Council will be Leo Chaikin. identined with local civic and philanthropic activities and for many yean a member of the board of governor of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. LOWS WOl'SOU chairman of the Albert Einstein I Medicine was elevated to the railroad presidency from a po>.tee and member of the executive committee He i> the father of Brandei> University and or president of that >chool"s board of trusti Frankel. independent oil producer of Houston. Texas, Greenwich. Conn and New Rochelle. NY. is a member of the board of overseen and a founder of the Albert Einstein College. A highlight of Monday's meeting w jthe announcement that the college ha received a grant of $150.Cohen Gets Top Post In War Veterans Organization Harry H. Cohen, commander of Miami Beach Post 330 of the Jewish War Veterans and past president of the Miami Beach Hotel Association, has just been named national awards chairman and trustee of the National Shrine, for the national organization of the Jewish War Veterans of the Unit ed States of America. 000 for radiology research from the Jacob Zkthind Trust for t. hantable Purpose* The gift will be Hand to establish the Jacob Ziskind ra diol" nrch unit at the col lege. Ziskind was a trustee of Mt. Sinai hospital, a member of Westview country club, formerly owned and operated the Miami Beach Boat Slips. Inc.. and Purdy Realty Co. MRS. RICHARD E. SINGER, Director WILL BE IN MIAMI FEBRUARY 23 27 TO TfU YOU ABOUT SKY LAKE CAMPS THE CLOSEST MOUNTAIN CAMPS 10 THE MIAMI AREA featuring • Hal erskiing • Horseback Riding • Trip damping BCYS-GIRIS 6 15 8 We*ks: hWM 27 August 21 for on appointment with Mrs. Singer, Phor.t: m. or MRS. JACK AITMAN ANY EVENING AT .MO I -0. 1:1 I MOTHER'S" FOR ME! NATHANIU eoiomm Biscayne Point to Launch Campaign One of the first communities to launch activities in behalf of the current Combined Jewish Appeal is Bisraync Point on Miami Beach. The closely knit group of Jewish residents, led by Dr. A. J. Greenhouse, has been deeply impressed with the recent message brought to South Florida by United Jewish Appeal ViceChairman. Rabbi HerFriedman, warning of Israel's perilous position and for the need of emergency funds to save thousands of Moroccan Jews seeking haven in Israel. To discuss the significance of these international developments and of the importance of building a strong and healthy community in Greater Miami and the I'nited States, the group met at a brunch at the h.mie of Joseph Rosenblum. 1780 Daytonia rd. Sundav morning. THE NEW Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND OIRLS On Molt River Silver Lake Mor M Shoe. North Carolina Morseoock tirfiaf frhrnia L.kt SorioMoiaa f— c •**•'* iettomtd SttH *•*• %  Phytk.m* and Hurt* Director* • UUUI amd i£ll| $UVER 2? mVsr*" ,*"•• M m B L.m.ted Enrollment Lazarus club will hold a I Lenox eve. Km ma arseilles ontheOosa^ "41 Colllt,! MIAMI BEAfJ HOTEl 2 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD DIN* AT THE MARSEILLES HOTEL STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM Becoose we art approved by both Vo*4 Hnkshrutli-ik fc i E. Rotkovtky and Or. Rabbi Tiber H. Stern, Director* "^ l Becoose we offer a 10-ceersc Prime Rib Steak, Roast %  -%  well a> Friday Nioht Traditional Dinner with cweo e. wtaiic by Don AHowo and bit Orthottra. at Stratton Mortgage Co. LOANS FROM $1,000 to $250,000 J"* call MURRAY SANDLER W> AINSuSY *U>G. 14 *• *• AVENUE *uu 9-1796 Coconut Grove Playhouse FEBRUARY 20 MARCH 3 "The Funniest Woman in the World" (Lilt) "A\ EVBNtNG U MTU BIEATR1CE LIU II with FRED KEATING Reservations-HI 4-5769 Eveninfi 8:30 p.m. Motiaeet 2:30 i.a Except Sunday WttMiiiy A Satoret, DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM WED., FEB. 22nd, 8:30 P.M. ONLY STARS OF STAGE — SCREEN — TELEVISION COM*DV ^ M PRICES: SI.SO — S2.6V— $2.50 — $3.50 Tai lad, D. C AUDITORIUM BOX OFFICE — PH. HI 4-9230 M REACH RADIO CO., 1219 LINCOLN RD, JI1-7 CORDELIA'S BOOK SHOP, 44 S.E. Its STREET, PH. FR] C. MILENOFF, 151 PALERMO, CORAL CABLES. PH. HII SHOWS 10 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 a.*.. I I I i • M yflowcr Lounge 1716 ALTON RD., Miami Beach. RES. Phone JE 4-NIS SUNNY BROOK FARMS. INC. wishes io announce thai after furlher consideration it has decided to withhold all plans for year-round kosher supervision of Its prodorlfcj until there is organized one Vaad Hakashrus for the entire •Jewish Community SUNNY BROOK FARMS, INC will have aa usual the same Kosher supervision of its products for the Passover Holidays it has had for the past years fOR DWVOtY AMD TOR ALL ORDERS CALL TOOti SUNNY BROOK FARMS, INC 21M North Wtst 13fb Avuwt NEwtM 5-4563 Miami 42, Florrin



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FebruaryJVl|56 jbbi Stem mquet to Feature jny Top Leaders th hcd n s piri ribor Stern, will Installed Sundas cv< ning. Feb. a the congre|tiOM David jtman hall. k r Leo Jong, internationally re Ld Hebrew scholar, will 111I Rabbi Stern. Master of cerenies will be Beach attorney MaiEnglander. Long noted guests expected at [Sunday installation are Miami U Mayor D. l-ee Powell; Rabbi %  Hlir wit7. of New York; Rabbi kryahu Swirsky, spiritual leadBeth Fl Congregation and entative of the Rabbinical ncil of Greater Miami; and ; Solomon, of the Union of hodox Congregations of Amer+Jmishncridllan Page 3 A CJA Division Scores Increases as Business, Pro Groups Show Gains a S v U n r nr n L?l!! a,, £• crcst of a t hp "me of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Israel Danger High As Capital Stalls Continued from Pa 1 A the United States continues to refuse to sell Israel a single item of military equipment requested. A fear exists that, even if some really effective tripartite machinibbi Stern came here five ago and is renowned as a jar and author. He is author Ihe first proposed constitution Jihp State (.t Israel, for which [received a citation from Presi. Itzhak Ben Zvi. abbi Stern came to Beth Jacob the recommendation of the ery were ^^ Rrae h Rahb, of Israel Rabbinical, struck a dcvastating air b| w be [ncil of America and Agudath fore such apparatus might ^^ abonim. I to function. Pro-Israel circles Hd Whitman is chairman of. here see the future possibility of I installation banquet. President'some international undertaking in eth Jacob Congregation i Leo the Middle East as no reason to withhold legitimate self-defense .weapons, when such equipment is pouring into Egypt from the Communist bloc. Following his call on Secretary Dulles last Friday. Mr. Khan stated that he visited the Secretary of' State "for the sole purpose of emphasizing Israel's strong hope for early action on its request for iarms." In that context, Mr. Eban said, a broader discussion of Israel's security situation took place. The Israel Ambassador stressed !that -the first element" in Israeli I thinking was the necessity of acquiring weapons. The tripartite talks on Middle East security were | described by him as of "marginal" interest in relation to the arms issue. A wave of enthusiasm, the Combined Jewish Appeal Business and Professional units this week reported increased gifts „, nearly a score of trades divisions. According to Business and Professions chairman John N. Serbin the Dentists Division has set a record-breaking pace with increases of over ninety percent over last years contributions. The unit led by Doctors Meyer Eggnatz and George Graham has set a campaign record in percentage increase according to Serbin. who will probably hold the lead for many weeks. Close behind the dentists group is the Food and Produce Division led by Carl Susskind. which collected an 80 percent increase over the previous year. A substantial increase was also marked up by the Physicians Division meeting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. Charles Werblow last week, with some 50 physicians in attendance. Dr. David Kirsh and Dr. Louis Lytton assisted in distribution of new assignments. Campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman and Rabbi Max Schenk spoke on the crucial needs in Israel and the crisis which faces thousands of Moroccan Jews seeking haven in Israel. The Real Estate Division held their annual cocktail party on Friday at the Algiers hotel, and cochairmen Jack A. Cantor and Leo Eisenstein reported that gifts exceeded former campaigns by as much as 25 percent. At the Accountants affair held at Buy Beds Wholesale IH§•••-•! from Faetory BISCAYNE BEDDING 5851 N.W. 17th Avt. Ph. PI 8-4606 Lefcout in Bay Heights, Miami. Bernard Pallant and Murray She! don, co-chairmen of Insurance, sa; cards are coming in with definit' increases and that reports "arc en couraging." This year, the Beauty and Barhc members of this division moved: Shop Sapplfea Division will again ahead of last year's giving by nearbe headed by Albert Hirsch, and he ly 26 percent, according to chairwiii personally contact nearly 140 man Lefcourt. Harry Diamond, dealers as a "one man team." CROWN FENCE INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL CHAIN UHK DOUBLE LOOP FENCING WOOD CONCRETE DIAMOND LAWN WISE MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 ANNOUNCING NEW BUSINESS ADDRESS: Bernard B..Segal Special Agent NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY COLONIAL BUH.MN6 1001 S.W. 1st STREET MIAMI 36, FLORIDA Office: FRanklin 4-0507 Residence: 9-7979 All Forms of life Insurance Non-Cancellable Guaranteed Renewable Disability Insurance Covering Accident — Sickness — Hosphatization KAMI H. I. HUKWITZ il Group Maps Brunch MoDticello social group | hold its annual brunch and enament for the benefit oi HaTbe affair will be held on 22 at noon in the Kubaiyat of the Algiers hotel. Chairl is Mrs. Eva Plotkin. Co-Chairi is Mrs. Bess Su.ssman. PONT and IBVIN CORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS W. 5th ST.. MIAMI Ph. -7t* [ *• Strictest Supervisie* .( Hie %  1 Miami Koshruth CMNISIMIMI i^ri r M am ""hruth CommiaBrl. ,t te Publicly tfcat it hi kLlPl" ,h "term,, c.tabliehI .„ GO DON and PONT TEN BAP S ; WEDDING* BUSINESS MEETINGS J to P,it !, ur P. 00 ; or R ">y &f <"• |Mor, ck Up an Enjoy for Pour CATERING SERVICE0m H <"i D'Oeuvree to a Complete Buffet WEST AT TOUR OWN PARTV I LUMI %  IACH CUSTOM TAILORING "* UMCOIN ROAD M. ami imi w HAR0IN* AVENUE ia. yKhi4 ijJ^OASMHV -1' *• a. Miami a* Of fe %  -. bamM' !? MJ %  %  .cBft*ttl m M* when li J. VJ'Jih r-^c ore handled at FLORIDA NATIONAL. O o r Capita! and Surplus in Raiiv to Deposits and Loans Makes This One of the Strongest Banks in the Nation. THE AND TRUST COMPANY At Miami > Alfred I. duPont Building And You > NEED A LOAN To Finance A New Auto > You'll save money right off, because ^ all it will cost you at this Bank .. is $4.50 per $100 per year on the amount you borrow... and that's not ) all, we'll include the amount you [ need to pay your new car insurance premium one note one [ transaction it's that easy! I I May we be of service to you? For our customers J hour free parking in > the duPont Building Garage. ^_ k J Meataet: fetnl Deaesil luiace Cefeefatiea. rt


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= Jw*|fl>/Igr* **7 Held Here For Teachers Thursday, Feb. 2, 1n ftifr new gurti TM ch C.ort in Our ReLu-'W" '^ subemi nar eMlM J ew ; j„. Greater ,inar was held on I SCH> torium of Temple Israel and SOD sisled of two sessions. The first session dealt with th psycbologic l al, v a*pccts r of the national .ttaUftioi lb teinenUuy :Wo\ child based on an edwea rional fihn cntlUed ',•£* Chtld is jDWeHa*." T* diMMK o film was led by Dr. Jess Spirer, coordinator, Guidance (enter at [theUniversity of Miami. The second session was devoted to a panel and workshop seswon on :*Hoj£jto Twatb God The panel confuted ^JtSfafrhi i*nn Kronisfc, trf'^Tempie *eth Sholom. !OT Pag 'anil 1 SMiWryaTM' Bl. Congregation, was Habbi Joseph R. Temple Israel. Workshops were led by Herbert Berger, director of extension activities; Cantor Jack Born stein, du(Htional director of Temple Israel. Abraham Gittelson, educational director of North Shore Jew 11 B rsky, ofish Center; and Isidore Dickman, Moderator I educational director of Beth DaNarot, of vid religious school. Panel rabbis and Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau, were consultants. AUGUST BROS. Hv7 I s the BEST.' w < The Shabbos Coffee 4