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The Jewish Floridian ( February 24, 1956 )

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l^wiisltUEItDipidliiaun Combinlnq THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^730-Number 8 Miami, Florida, Friday, February 24, 1956 Price 20£ Iministration Charged With 'Deception, Gross Incompetence' Richards Flays State Department By-Pass of House on Foreign Affairs WASHINGTON (JTA) — Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey Wednesdayaccused the State Department of "either designed deception or gro-% incompetence" in connection with the tanks sent to Saudi Arabia. At I the same time. Rep. James P. Richards, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, accused the i Of. CIOKA IOSIPMHAL WILLIAM tOSUtWALD WILLIAM WAKBUKG 6S0 LIADERS EXPECTED WILL ATTEND BEACH CONFAB lotional UJA Campaign to be Launched Here With Josephthal Main Speaker |iited Jewi-h Appeal kicks off its national camSunday with a meeting in Miami Beach at the iv hotel. Dr. Giora Josephthal, treasurer of the Agency for Palestine and head of its ImmiAbsorptmn Department, has come here from alem expressly to address the meeting. SHORT OF COMPLETE REVISION 's Immigration Proposals Not Satisfactory, Says Sen. Lehman National UJA officials in Miami Friday indicated that this is "the most fateful nationwide campaign since Israel's establishment in 1948." UJA general chairman William Rosenwald will preside. The conference will inaugurate UJA's 18th annual —•campaign, which seeks fulfillment of two goals totalling more than $130,000,000—a regular goal amounting to $105,283,435 in behalf of the United Israel Appeal, Joint Distribution Committee and New York Association for New Americans—and a special fund goal of $25,000,000 plus for the exclusive financing in Israel of reDHICAGO (JTA) — Senator rbert H. Lehman charged "day that the Eisenhower pministration has not publicly gnized the 'chief evils" of McCarran Walter Act. SpeakI before the Decalogue Society, organization of 1,500 Jewish orneys and judges, the Senator the Eisenhower proposals to f'se the immigration law "came ng way in the direction I have en pointing for four years." • he added, the President's Dmmendation and the Watkins ••ting Bill, which have been introduced to carry out the President's proposals, fall short of the complete revision that is needed to eliminate the "hostile and suspicious spirit" of the law. Sen. Lehman condemned the Watkins Keating Bill for retaining the national origins quota system, which discriminates against prospective immigrants on the basis of race and national origin. He criticized the retention of the distinction between naturalized and native-born citizens which are left intact in the Watkins-Keating Bill. State Department of treating the House like a "weak-minded illegitimate son" on foreign policy matters including the Saudi Arabian tank issue. (The New York Times reported from Washington that State Department offiicials gave consideration Tuesday to the early sale to Israel of at least part of the major weapons she asked for three months ago. "No decision has been reached primarily because of reported differences within the department on the issue. But the possibility of the sale of some arms to Israel is expected to be put before Secretary of State Dulles this week," the report said.) Democratic Presidential aspirant Adlai Stevenson speaking Wednesday in Chicago said: "The situation in the Middle East is very critical, and I think this is a good time to keep cool. While I do not know what our government is doing, I assume that it is not unmindful of Israel's peril and is actively seeking peaceful solutions of the mounting tension." 18 MORE TANKS ON WAY WASHINGTON (JTA>— Congressional reaction was sharp this week to President Eisenhower's reversal settlement programs in behalf of I s un day 0 f a State Department embargo on the shipment from New York of 18 tanks destined for Saudi Arabia. The tanks were "accidentally discovered" late last week, when men Continued en Pao* 6 A the mass of immigrants pouring in from turbulet North African countries. Thousands of Americans in cities from coast to coast have already contributed more than $21,000,000 Continued en Peg* 2A • I ADLAI STIVtNSON SOVIET BOMBERS IN FRIENDLY UMBRELLA OVER NASSER Israel, Egypt in Sharp Policy Statements LONDON (JTA>—Every bomb dropped by Egyptian bombers on Tel Aviv will be answered by two on Cairo, Maj. Gen. Yigal Yadin. former Chief of Staff of the Israel Army of Defense, declared here Tuesday night. If Premier Nasser of Egypt decides to attack Israel. Gen. Yadin warned. "Jerusalem will be defended on the banks of the Nile." Gen. Yadin spoke at the opening of the 1956 Joint Palestine Appeal here. Ambassador Eliahu Elath also spoke at the dinner. CAIRO (JTA)—Egyptian Premier Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser made known Wednesday that if war develops between Israel and Syria, Israel will be attacked by Egyptian forces. "We consider any attack again>t Syria an attack against Egypt," he said at a graduatian ceremony of air cadets which was marked by a demonstration of nine Soviet bombers flying overhead. Col. Nasser told the audience that he expects war with Israel this spring. ISRAELIS — These youngsters from North Africa pour %  scroll of the Book of Esther. Jews throughout the world fcv e? Megilla starring with the Festival of Purim Saturbmnn "T Tra a>tional jeers will meet the tale of the tyrant pr9 Jg and Jy will mark the friumph of freedom. (See Sec. URGENT PLEA FOR SUPPORT VOICED BY HOSPITAL OFFICIALS Mt. Sinai All-Star Jubilee Thursday Eve An urgent appeal "for the greatest concentrated effort ever" was sounded this week by Mount Sinai hospital's president Max Orovitz when he asked all members of the board "to get out and sell Jubilee tickets as never before." Orovitz was referring to the hospital's sixth annual all-star show, set for Mar. 1 at Miami Beach auditorium, with Ed Sullivan as master of ceremonies. The president's call for action was based on Jubilee chairman Howard Kane's report on ticket progress. "They are moving but not half as fast as need to meet our $175,000 quota," Kane told the board of trustees and committee chairmen, "By this time last year we were in sight of our objectives and substantially ahead of our present position." The hospital's deficit is the result of its many free and partially free services to the medically indigent of the community, along with funds expended on training programs for residents, nurses and internes Continued on Paee 3 A



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Page 2 A +jemsUtez&&£=~ University Group To Honor Abbell Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Abbell will be honored at a reception of the Greater Miami chapter. American Friends of the Hebrew University, Saturday evening, Feb. 25. in the home of Mr and Mrs. Harry Rubin. 800 Lakeview dr. A nationally known realtor and philanthropist. Abbell is advisor to President Fisenhower on discriminatory practices in government employment. He is a director of American Friends of the Hebrew University and a member of its board of governors and a member of the executive committee and vice chairman of the board of overseers of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Hostesses at the Saturday affair assisting Mr. and Mrs. Rubin will be the Mesdames Max Dorbin. Herbert Shapiro. Frances Miller. Harold Jaffer. Esther Cohen. Lavi na Wildbaum. Samuel T. Sapiro and Miss Sara Berkowtz. Mrs. Oida Rubin, president of the Greater Miami chapter, said Wednesday that a feature of the reception will be the premier showing of "Of Time. Space and Hebrew Universitj Zionists Schedule Rabbi Shubow Here Rabbi Joseph Shubow. of Boston. Mass., a former chaplain with the) Armed Forces, will be pnncipa k-peaker at a special meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District Tuesdaj sventa, Feb. 28, at the Eden Roc hotel. 1 Also scheduled to speak iMrs. Mae Weinstein, pre-ident of the Had.. .'.na] group. A special program illustrating the work of the local youth commission has been arranged by Jee Schulman. director ol the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. Filt> children ranginu in from LQ to 16 years will depict various scenes ol American History in which American Jewish youth* participated Saul (ienet. Beach ajltorney. il chairman of the meeting. National UJA Drive Launched on Beach Continued from Page 1 A to this years e.imp.ign of the. Unit. 1 Jewish Appeal despite the! fact that the UJA is not scheduled to open its 1956 nationwide drive until Suday afternoon. This was reported here la-t weekend at a meeting in the Saxonj hotel ol the OTA* top (.Hirers, who heard from Rosenwakl. ,,i N.w York; Joseph Holtzman, Detroit; Morris W. Berinstein. Syracuse; Samuel H Daroff. Philadelphia, national I JA chairman; nnd Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, the Appeals executive vice chairman. Samuel J Heiman. chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami, welcomed the national group to this area and reported that the local campaign this week expected to surpass $1,000.000 mark in its drive for $1,390.000 The nationwide campaign kickBrofherfcood' is Their Theme l.outve Branded.chapter of American Jewish Congress will mwt Monday noon at the Algiers hotel. Theme of the dessert meeting will be "Brotherhood.' Film scheduled is "Cm We InImmune to Prejudice •'" Jday._Februo off Sunday will come at the final has launched jt s session of a two-day national inau-! drive from Miami gural conference to be attended by year's drive i,, ho h f^ more than 650 campaign leaders half of refugees and and contributors. This will be the Jews in Israel, F.uron. eighth year in a row that the UJA countries and the United'q %  aat ^ m Wt**BKF l imnmmm *f~ m **> %  "~ BUILDING CONSTRUCTION COLLEGE iNr SSES or HOME ITUOV by Regi.t.red A,i"' LiccnHdOMMnl Contractor "' N V. SIMPLIFIED tor CONTRACTORS LICENSE EXAUIU... Wednaadaya 8:30 to 10 P.M. WINA T|<) N| Next Examination* — Coral Gables — March Ji. .... Miami. Miami Beach. H.alcah. DAOE COUNTY vi. ,$ %  *i~4* CONTRACTORS' EXAMINATION Question,' n y d '? ,n U] IBtMR "* r Explainet?. Illuetrated and Problem, work.* n .i %  •r. Bui dln o code Requirement* of Contralto? W 223 Eaat Flagler St.. Miami. Ft. 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r.r.bwaryjH 9 ^ +Je*i*l> rhrMiar) Page 3 A nt Appeal for Support Voiced by Sinai Jubilee Officials dint their Unu.d from P* 1 A .,.,,,„ greater research, ..tienl clinic hI 5i de ol the redger. f tJebf1ghoM shmv ..f all big .1 a. have already rtttsenl to our proFranklin, and our enter;j chairmen. Jerry Baker il BruunThe American ,! Variety Artists has given L te approval of its members EJcipate without charge at lJbbi.ee." -,,,„ ..menu of comm. tee „.n were announced at the %  m eeting as follows: Joseph [and David i-evinson, hotel Dr. A R Holleniler, chairl phyicians. assisted by Drs. Ik Sherman Kaplan. J. Harwk Harold Rand. Louis itl j s. Charles Werblow; Burack. transportation; Ad rt; refreshments; Mrs. Louis r'wefoen's Auxiliary; Mrs. U A. Shaw, office volunteers', lr. Samuel Marks, telephone. vill be Sullivan's fifth con> service as head of the n His previous four efforts in more than $500,000 _th la-t year's $160,000 •j"l* high for "one night jnt Sinai's Jubilee is its only [raiting drive each year, bal|of its deficit being met by tater Miami Jewish Federa"Jubilee Jills" and Gene Baylos, who will appear for the sixth consecutive time at Mount Sinai Hospital Jubilee Mar. 1 in Miami Beach auditorium. Jubilee Jills' to Reign Over Sinai Fete A pair of. Mount Sinai hospital nurses. Loma Githens and Joan Frederick, have been designated "Jubilee Jills" to reign over the allstar show on Mar. 1 at the Miami Beach auditorium, chairman Howard Kane announced. The young ladies hail from Allenrown, Pa., and have been registered nurses at Mount Sinai for the past two years. All chairmen of the Jubilee will meet during the coming week to discuss a concentrated effort on ticket sales, Kane said, as he indicated that about half of the $175,000 goal has been reached with only a little less than a week to make up the balance. SW Franklin has been named producer of the Jubilee for the sixth consecutive year. "It looks like the cooperation of stars and hotel and night club owners will make this the brightest show of ail time," he stated. Jerry Baker, local representative for AGVA, stressed that his actors' union Is completely behind the hospital's sole fund raising event of the year. Ed Sullivan, whose efforts in the past have helped raise more than Gerstein to Run For State Attorney Richard Gerstein, former assistant county solicitor, is a candidate for the office of State Attorney. In making his announcement Wednesday, Gerstein stated that he would conduct "a hard hitting, straight from the shoulder campaign designed thoroughly to acquaint voters with the importance of the job to be done." Gerstein's supporters this week said that the candidate "has prosecuted more than 150 criminals before juries in the past three years." Gerstein revealed that "my own record includes 17 convictions in 18 bookmaking cases, and I have received letters of commendation from Attorney General Richard W. Ervin, juvenile authorities and law enforcement officers." Gerstein Is vice president of the Young Democrats of Florida and Loyal Knights of Miami Elks lodge 948, a member of the American Legion, and in 1955 he was president of the .University of Miami Law School Alumni Association. During World War II, he was a navigator, flying bombing missions over Germany and received the RICHARD SERSTE'N Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal, as well as the Purple Heart, as a result of being partially bonded by enemy flak on a raid. in Farrell WinBrahms Work en Farrell. the great dramaJprano who electrified Miami KM last season, has been reel this season for a pair of! half a million dollars for Mount Sinai, is expected to arrive Feb. 27. Frances with the University of Symphony Orchestra, along IWalter Caasei, baritone, in a rmance ot Brahms' "German )aa£ under the haton of John A number of performers will fly down with him. Cherubini's "Medea." which provIn her performance with the ed to"D* sJ-nwrWIii an exper^j Symphony here on Mar. 11 and 12 at the Miami Beach and Dade counence that by" "public demand the performance was repeated to a pat November. Miss Far^ peimt at Town Hall Irtftew soW-out house with standees on City in a performance of Nov. 26. i f — .Urn **mV+. H I t ty auditoriums, Miss Farrell will be heard in a group of three songs by Richard Strauss in addition to the Brahms "Requiem." FOR t REAL GOOD TtME ATTEND THE 11th ANNUAL PURIM BALL Miami Hebrew School and Congregation tEATURE9 N'GHT Ctti3 MTttTAINRKNT Refreshments — Pri*. 2*S3*3£*$ £S REV. ABRAHAM SE1F Mohel jfciotioted With All Hospitals in Greater Miami Telephone JE 1-3840 j SUNDAY, FEIMIAtY 26th, 8 P.M. AT VM AlR-CONtlTIOfKD tfe-.rricittfisttciV 1659 N.W. 17* AteRte bK


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Page 4 A +Jelsi>ncrMto£_ /ridayj ^nw^ vjewtst) ficridiari Published .very Friday since MTT by ths J*' ,h P'oridian at 1 N. E S.xth Strset. Miami la. Horida. Entered ai aecond-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post O'fiee o Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 3. /8'. The Jewish Floridian hat abaorbed the Jewish Un ly %  nd the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Teeotaphic Agency, Seven Art! Feature Syndicate. WorldWide News Service. National Editerlal Association. "" %  ; lean Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. .-flditoi and Publisher — %  OFFICE and PLANT -MO N. ElSWh Str-t Telephones FR 4-1141FRED K. SHOCHET LEO MINDLIN News Editor %  ^r*~Bae?JBJ& CCg Afar 12,571 '•9 Friday, February 24, 1956 Volume' Jubilee is Community's Chance to Serve Mt. Sinai Hospital will hold its sixth annual Jubilee of Stars at Miami Beach auditorium next Thursday evening. This by now traditional affair started out in !::3asa means of assisting Mt. Sinai to defray the cost of its operation over and above the amount annually given the hospital by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Since that time, Jubilee has scored nn impressive series of successes with these yearly all-star extravaganzas, contributing signifi cantThe First Plateau Reached Combined Jewish Appeal this week reached the million dollar mark in its drive toward the SI,350,000 goal for 1956. This is certainly good enough cause for Miami Jewry to express pride In its spontaneous outpouring of generosity. 3ut it is also a dangerous time. For, inevitably, the flush of achievement dulls the edge of cmbition, and a glance at today's news should be in itself sufficient warning that the million dollar mark is merely the first plateau in the drive toward fulfilling CJA's 1956 program. '.n a word, there can be no let up now. Principally, the attainment of SI.350,000 would not tcke into account Miami's commitment to the United Jewish Appeal for 5375,000—this area's eh are of a national S25.000.000 emergency fund cempaign to assist Israel in canying on with her immigration program for Jews of North Africa. We have spoken in these columns often enough about the significance of the Jewish Spate's current dilemma—the allocation oi virtually her complete national budget for defense, with the hope that American Jewry will cccept the obligation of financing her immigration needs. We have also spoken often enough here of the political-military significance both of Israel's defense and immigration programs as en aspect of her "cold war" with the Arab nalions. This, in itself, should have been sufficient to indicate the need for assuring our most complete participation in the 1956 CJA campaign, cs well as in the local S375.000 emergency fund drive. But the central issue here is the Israeli dilemma upon which we have here touched end which can only be solved if Israel's assumption is correct—that American Jewry, and we as part of it, can indeed be expected to carry our share of responsibility. Now is the time to affirm the value of our sacred trust, for the life or death of Jewry's dream overseas depends upon us. Give to Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal. Help CJA leave the million dollar mark far behind in its drive toward yet higher achievement. The Cantors Among Us Jewish Community Center will mark national Jewish Music Month with a concert Mar. 4 at Temple Israel. Special emphasis this year is on Ernest Bloch, whose 75th birthday the world of music is currently celebrating. But the concert will in a large measure also pay tribute to the many fine cantors in our midst. They are, of course, a principal force in this concert, what with their effort expended in training the choirs which will appear here. But in a larger sense, the cantors are the traditional repository of Jewish liturgy—the true core of Jewish music which has come down to us through the ages. It is through their effort that this liturgy continues to be preserved—and to be augmented in our time by their creative ~ent. to the ever increasing cost of medical research, teaching and healing programs at the h Th's al community is rightly proud of the achievement Mt. Sinai has made during the brief number of years of its ex 1S tence. Already a center of vital medical study, of international research seminars and with a reputation for progress in dealing with dreaded killers like heart disease, Mt. Sinai envisions an even brighter future ahead. An example of such vision is the new Mt. Sinai Hospital scheduled to be completed on Collins Island, adjacent to its present site. This will be a modern medical center in every sense of the word. It is clear that Mt. Sinai has brought both progress and a sense of health security to our community. It therefore behoves us to support Mt. Sinai in its Jubilee effort-the one single time each year that we are asked for help in its behalf. The rest of the year, 24 hours a day, Mt Sinai is on an eternal vigil, prepared to help us when the need arises. During The Week ... a fty LIO MINDLIN They were a lot of foolish people—the Zionists who dan, frenzy about the ship carrying eighteen tanks to Saudi ArVv'l threuRh the 8B VparUWW Will—would, indeed, have a^ reversal by the President within forty-eight hours. For anoth would recognise the increasing harm they are doing Israel The President's reversal was designed to show the Zion/d. especially the Arabs—that our foreign policy in the Near EM*. all one sided. Those of us interested in the fate of the JewLV? were Rippoaed to see in the initial embargo a strong pro-Kraei emanating from Congress through the inviolate, sacrosanct hallc* State Department. For the Arabs. Mr. Eisenhower's decision or. bly made on the golf links of Georgia, might be construed as iv! ministration rejection of Zionist pressure in the name of obiechwli manipulation in the Near East. As it IN. no one was fooled but the Zionists, themselves f, will be increasingly fooled so long as they permit frenetic dem*! lions in their name as a means of bringing to the attention? government the absurdity of its ways vis-a-vis Israel and her lihors. There can be no doubt that Dulles and Byroade-in the entire right wing of the Republican party—have mm -fisted over foreign policy. There can also be no doubt that this co increasingly excluded alternate U.S. action abroad. In this regard, no one except rabid followers of the Admin will argue against the thesis that both the United States and i Britain arc tacitly fostering a war in the Near East I'nlike the| who sea in a war the salvation of their prestige in the area, ouri ment is doing so unwillingly, preferring, if it could, to keep the U ship of Israel and the Arabs—but sternly decided to reject the fa if need be in orderto retain the latter. Such blind Administri faith in a foreign policy that offers only muddled alternatives m and destructive ones at worst, has rightfully incurred the flfei all Jews, who look toward Israel as the fulfillment of aii'i dream and as mimscule recompense for two-thousands ye*nJ tian-dominated history. The Freedom to Read National Council of Jewish Women here will hold a "Freedom to Read" program Friday in Miami. The program is in conjunction with the Young Women's Christian Association, United Church Women and National Council of Negro Women. Essentially, this program will highlight the history of past efforts in human experience to ban books—and free thought—as it relates to our own time. We are, indeed, fortunate that America has not overtly known any mass effort to regulate its reading or control its thought. Other nations have had this experience; many are in the midst of such censorship today. Nevertheless, America is currently, engaged in a vast 3 under-surface struggle to determine to what extent conformity means loyalty and vigorous thought and action unhampered by fear means subversion. During the past tew years, we have perhaps all too frequently been prone to sacrifice the essence of democracy for the sake of a kind of unanimity mistakenly thought solidarity. National Council of Jewish Women's program will demonstrate that past efforts to shackle men's minds have always born bitter fruit and that only a truly free society—in which the invidual's right to dissent is respected —welcomes divergence of opinion as the backbone of its strength. •>• eftiNfe bSi •' '• •• -V ^ w I ttitiHiowet'tfii* ADMINISTRATION FAILURE IS THE CHIEF ISSUE But the fact is that the Administration's foreign policy ij incurring the distaste of countless non-Jewish observers. Like iu,l recognize the Dulles-Byroade axis intent. The Arabs, through a (, thetic State Department, can advance this piece of anti-Semitie i ganda: that the new Arab-Soviet alliance is the result of Je (they use these designations interchangeably) ambition in the-j Fast and pressure directed against the United States Gover which, presumably a tool of the "Jewish vote," favored the ment of Israel in the first instance. But. certainly, not all Americans succumb to this vicious da of fact. Many Americans of non-Jewish faith recognize the n**| line for what it is: an evasion of responsibility to live up to tnte al agreements, both as outlined by the United Nations in the] partition plan, andthe 1949 Rhodes Armistice; traditionalj treachery which, through two, World Wars, aligned it-eh* i enemies of democracy. % %  Similarly, not only Jews, but countless Americans of other fan i well, see in the Dulles-Byroade axis no successful explanation of| failure to keep the Arabs out of the Soviet camp. As I see it. Jewry must Identify K interest m the Near East with foil It is ludu-ruMf tor the Jewish minority here to look upon the' Fast as a Jewish question—especially, when it can join the ranisl far broader front, .which sees in the trouble spot the pertinent j of an inejeuiable Administration defeat in the East-West cold ? The Zionists who danced about the ship carrying eighteelj to Saudi Arabia did precisely the opposite. In addition to themselves open ta '* clearly predictable rebuff—Mr. Eisenh reversal—they fanned the flames of Arab propaganda which, ently like the Zionists, prefers the Near East to remain a Je consideration. Tor.' In these miniscule terms, the Arabs can besi Israel—and most surely emerge victoriously. • • • • • WORLD JEWISH COMMUNITY IN SENSITIVE SITUATION In this regard, there is much akin to Zionist political: and the failure of the Jewish State since 1950 to capitalize on* tinct antagonisms one Arab nation feels for another Jacob Bla national honorary president of the American Jewish Committee, ei sized this problem in an address last week at the Sevdle hotel D the Greater Miami chapter of AJC. Tracing the state of Jewish communities in Germany. England. North Africa and Russia. Mr. Blaustein placed P** 1 stress on the significance for American Jewry of the emergent Fast hot spot. The U.S. delegate to the UN General As>ernbi>si nation declared that in France Poujade is making capital out j chaos his government has been meeting in North Africa an a on anti-Semitism along with the British fascists, who have been^ to exploit the loss of British prestige in the Near East. In he warned, the relinquishment of power by Adenauer may concomitant decline of democracy, the possible renascence and anti-Semitism and the cessation of indemnificaUon pay" Israel. According to Mr. Blaustein, the final year of Stalin s rufcv death in March. 1953, did not mean the end of a new type • anti-Semitism; rather, the Slansky trial, deportation of Jews and the infamous Moscow "doctors' plot" presaged an virulent kind of oppression with the subsequent s >' ste na, 'i nl of Jewish religious and cultural expression and the CU "*"L tion of further purge trials against "Zionist traitors'' in tiec*" as a means of further wooing Arab favor. • • • • FEARFUL OF THI WAY THINGS ARE MOVING NOW Bitter as these circumstances may be, in Mr. B 13 ""^" ^; do not appear as emergent at this time as does the Near ^ | Certainly, he is In a position to know; prior to his arn f Blaustein had been in conference with Secretary of a Assistant Secretary George Allen and Ambassador to w ^ Byroade. Unable to reveal the substance of his dlscU "' g theless said: "I am most fearful of the way things are nw ^ He particularly singled out "the frustration of ine ^^J the cocksureness of the Arabs," who become incre ?ntiaae' as their arms reserves increase and as our governmea* refusal to permit Israel the purchase of defensive e J ul j' B *!lp But uppermost in Mr. Blaustein's mind was Arao Continued on Pa** 11 A vie* I



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-Febniaryjyg. *Jeist>nrrkfr>n Page 5 A -list Forum Due 'Beth David tad8 y night. Feb. 27. Miami £ District will meet at Beth "Social hall, according to A. m Pekelner. president of the £ Forum entitled "Danger fc Middle East" and a special fal program have been arJjicipants at the forum wijl be fu Franklin Williams, vice Lieut of the University of MiaC co-chairman of the Greater LY chapter. American-Christian Sine Committee; Dr. Paul ienffld. former president of gioniht Organizations of Great -in and for many years PalesIrepresentative at the League Lons; Dorothy Krieger Fink. L community leader and ac[worker. who has recently reL from l study tour in the hie East; and A. Arthur Pekl past president of the West er County Zionist District, [ who will be moderator, [musical program has been ar|ed by Cantor William W. LipStella Andre, radio and television entertainer of New York and currently in Beach night spots, will be guest at a meeting of Monticello -Miami Hadassah social group Wednesday noon, Feb. 22, at the Algier^hotel. bach Councilman, iging Star Wed hami Beach Councilman Ber PfYank and noted singer. %  an Goldy were married WedJay at the home of the groom's ME, Mr. and Mrs M. B. Frank., l Adams ave. pbbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob legation, officiated at the in< fit ceremony. Only immediate fibers of the family attended. • [former Miss Goldy, who is thej Ihter of Mrs. Annie Goldy, of 'omia. recently appeared in i lama Game." Now chartered as an official organization of the State of Florida ave the Miami Beach Community Singers, as Judge Ray Pearson signs the charter in one of his first official acts. Looking on are (left to rght) Sarah Kirschner, Jean Devens, vice president Rose Abelson, pianist Margaret Yomen. attorney Ed Klein,, Sam Friedman and Joseph Shulman. Friedman is president of Miami Beach Community Singers. This is the choral group conducted by Ben Yomen which will perform the heroic Jewish opera, "Bar Kochba," on Feb. 26 in Miami Beach auditorium and Feb. 29 in Dade county auditorium. Warrior Bar Kochba led a fierce insurrection of Jews against Roman Emperor Hadrian in Biblical days. EUROPE 1956 1 k Dade Jewish Center I Out for Purim Fete lirim carnival-barbecue will be at (Tie North Dade Jewish |ter OD Sunday afternoon. The lie event is sponsored by the \ Mrs. Arnold Stern is chairof the Carnival and Mrs. Irv en is co-chairman, lie Barbecue committee is headby Mrs. Maurice Neu. upils of the Popiel School of |U> Dade Jewish Center will eni their annual Purim party on day morning. The movie Jeen Esther" will be shown. will be followed by a masrade. M41CMM Nf S OPENS FRIDAY 3:00 P.M. "**#&&**> ,4 )UTH FjtpRipA-.oScH!D SOf fFT-Y • -# .. •. J5 m THE MOST '••UIOUS ORCHID ** IN THI WORLD -**! TNAN 100,000 •KHIDS ON DISMAY. *** SAV'tONT F *R AUDITORIUM ADMISSION: A*ult t Si.a Childrtn SOe "* llU'ludMl) Premier Showing Of Bar Kochba Miami Beach will get the world premiere of "Bar Kochba," new music drama spotlighting the Jewish warrior who fought the Roman Empire, in two performances, one for Feb. 26 at Miami Beach auditorium, and the other for Feb. 29 at Dade county auditorium. "Bar Kochba" script was written by Biblical best-seller Nathaniel Norsen Weinreb whose "The Babylonians" is being filmed. The new script, in English, is being produced by music conductor Ben Yomen, with the Miami Beach Community Singers. Yomen has made choral arrangements of the original Abraham Goldfaden "Bar Kochba" score. Heading the Greater Miami cast are outstanding concert singers and television actors. Starred are Stan Porter. Alan Keys and Gloria Aliani, with Vernon Kingsley. Ruth Sutherlin, Bob Lyons, Jay Rayvid and Ray Preston. Sam Hirsch is dimaster of ceremonies. Other members of the committee are the Mesdames Minnie Berliner, 73; Sidonie Gluck, 84: Minnie Gray, 73; Mollie Karl, 71; Pearl Kraner. 74; Bessie Mott, 78; Anna Rosenberg, 76; and Mr. Adolph Gerdwagon, 84, and Mr. Mike Kramer, 63. Purpose of the fair is to demonstrate, exhibit and sell the artistic and handicraft work of the residents of the Home, whose average age is close to 80. Proceeds from Sponsoring the event arc the saleg wjlJ ^ used for the further women's auxiliary of the Home and i ,. .„ „„ „„,.„ the National Council of Jewish i expansion of the arts and crafts Women here. .program, whose teachers are vol Plans and arrangements for the unteers from the Council of Jewaffair have been made by the resi-jj s h Women. dents' executive committee. Mrs. I Residents of the Home consider Anna Washburne. 75. chairman of | f>ir (heir .. dress rehM rsal" the executive committee, will be %  „„,;„„ :„ **,„ oitv for their participation in the citywide senior citizens fair and hobby show being sponsored by the senior citizens division of the Welfare Planning Council in May at BaySenior Citizens Plan City-Wide Event; Ross Speaks Malcolm Ross, university editor of the University of Miami and chairman of the Senior Citizens Week planning committee of the Welfare Planning Council, will be speaker this Sunday afternoon, Feb. 26. at the Douglas Gardens senior citizens fair and hobby show of the Jewish Home for the Aged. rector. Piano and organ accompanists are Margaret Yomen and Hy Fried. 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'FARBLONJETE HONEYMOON" SMASH HIT — THOUSANDS ACCLAIM BEST STAGE SHOW IN YEARS TONIGHT AT 8:40 —and Every Evening O/X/^ £ F \7 7 F T TlCKITi NOW ON iAU AT B0 Jtl \J V/ 3 at % LL KJ A 0111(1 His FH Jl I 3698 7 70 4 1st St Miomi Beach TICKETS NOW ON SAU AT B0 OfflU HIS N Jl I 369B AiSO SUP! 01 SERVICE AI All HADING HOTIli Elty MOLLY PICON JACOB KALISH JACOB JACOBS MICHAL MICHALESKO AND HER ENTIRE ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST DIRECT FROM HER RECORD BREAKING 16-WEEK RUN IN N.Y. IN HER GREATEST AMERICAN YIDDISH MUSICAL COMEDY LAUGH RIOT FARBLONJETE HONEYMOON' School Facul Slated at Institute In observance of National Brothfront erhood Week, PTA of Temple Beth Sholom will welcome all public school teachers of Miami Beach to its third biennial Institute on Judaism Saturday, Feb. 25. The teachers will attend regular Sabbath services at the Temple and will participate in the Bar Mitzvah celebration of Richard Stanley Dysart. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dysart. Service will be followed by a luncheon at which the theme for discussion will be 'The Place of AfterSchool Religious Education in the Life of Our Children." Discussion leader will be Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the congregation. Mrs. Sol S. Pine is president of the PTA. and Mrs. Harry W. Greenburg is the chairman in charge of arrangements for the luncheon. auditorium. FOR RES.: ALL SEATS RESERVED PHONE Prices-ORCH. 2 85, 2.25, 1.75 If 1AQR IOGE-2.25 BAIC. 1 50 JE 1-3698 TAX INCI AMPLE PARKING All ONDITIONtD SON OF THE STAR MUSIC DRAMA IN 2 ACTS CAST OF 80 DIRECTED BY SAM HIRSCH MUSIC DIRECTOR—BEN YOMEN Starring STAN PORTER GLORIA ALIANI ALAN KEYS wit* twtk Sataerfhi tea lyaas *•••• Mefsfty Jay tayvieJ fay Preifen SUNDAY, FEB. 26 MIAMI BEACH AUD. Tickets alee at AMinoN S MUSIC CO. CENTRAL MUSIC CO. MIAMI BEACH RADIO CO. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 29 DADE COUNTY AUD.



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Pag e 6 A + lmisWcr*&" J£&=S^*T*I MI tically every contributor to CJA.'' said John N. Serbin, chairman of the Trades Council. 'The entire division proudly accepts its quota Liquor Division Hear Speaker Here Harold & LM, vice president of {'^ Combined Jewish Appeal Soars Past Million Mark as Pledges Mount The Combined Jewish Appeal gies in achievement of their soared past the million dollar mark quota." Serbin stated, this week as a result c of new, Heiman indicated that trie* pledges from a score of trades, quotas were immediately accepts chairman Sam .1. Heiman announcby the following major divisions ed at a report rally of the Busihotels. $160,000; motels and apartness and Professions Division. ments. S15.000: business and pro!" •This encouraging report from fessions. $185,000; trades, 7D.OW. Business and Professional men IB building and investment. SlbS.uou. dicates increased giving by prac-, retail merchants. $83,500. At a spirited dinner report meet ing in the Colony restaurant. Heiman announced that all other cam paign divisions have also come forof S829.0O0. nearly one-halt of the war( | to accept record-breaking the Eastern Division for Seagram entire campaign goal, and expects q U „tas in the second stanza of the Distillers ( ompanv will be guest all divisions to renew their enercn tical campaign. of honor at a Combined Jewish The Women's Division, wh.ch Appeal Liquor I'v'>>n brunch trad.t.onallv achieves itassigned Sunday morn.ng. Feb. 26. at the New York Attorney Will quota will tinyear endeavor to Biscayne Terrace hotel. raise S170.000. The Winter ResiLeo Chaikin. vice chairman of dentDivision headed by Jack the Business and ProfessionCounCarner of Miami Beach al.-o a -UCc) |. has announced that the na cessful division in previous camtionally known Im-iness executive Will aim lor S.toO.OOO Outwill be' making one of his few per lying ((immunities normally in. on .-,| appearances in this area in ,1 in door-to-door solicitations behalf of the Combined Jewish Aphavc set a goal 0( $30,000. and the p,. :i | Youth Division, which includeRepresentatives of the liquor inschool age youngsters and teen,|, Mry w n ;l | xn hear an address to raise $5,000. h> n,,,.,)., state Beverage director One of the highest quotawaJ. \) Williamson, ol Tallahassee -tt last week lor 'he -i\ Miami The brunch is tailed for 10:30 a m arealaunching their Beach jn the Panorama room, according The -i\ Beach to division co-chairmen Marvin S. expect to achieve .< ou its ol Bauzin and Jaj Weiss, Vice chair$450,000 before th end ol Marcfa men assisting with the program "In addition to the-e quotator ; ,rc D„ n Bellamy and Frank Hamil the ongoing campaign uoal ol ton. SI 350.000. a maeffort will l>e Sam Sterling ol Emberrestauexpended to secure plus-gifts ol rant Assisting with the program s.375 IMMJ. covering all divisiai will be Jerome Adelman and Joe moe t the United Jewish Appeal Seheinberg. co-chairmen ol the emergency immigration fund." HeiRe-taurant Equipment Division, man declared and the following advisory comK eports were ma.le by vice chairmi,,cc: men of the Trade t fe s *ii Assistant Secretaryvof State for sent overseas Me-ndDear Eastern Affairs George Allen white State Department'' s schi'Hnlofl u/..^. i_.. i_... ihit u iNea was scheduled Wednesday to ap | Pear before Sen. Walter F. Georges Senate Foreign Relations Commit I 0 'nvest.gation. Acording to reliable sources, SecreUry of State wnue. auiv '-rman. declared here Uurt had sold the tank' tj 1 under an agreement r



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.r,r —rjj_ 1Me Sst Makes fao Gift to tein College .annual national report coo,,f tin \ bert Einstein (>1, Jedicin. eoded this week 'eventful note a* Canadian Samuel C. I.unncnfeld ltu 200 h founder of the Lrian medical MDOoL Lnccmmt of LunnenfelcTs Cipwa made at ai recepL, e ,| In U'<>re trankcl, Lrof tin' b rd ol overseers. fcontaii hotel. Franklounder oi the Albert EmIColleic. 'a Miami Beac L w Rochelle. NY., resident Lads independent oil com[headqu.u: red m Houston. Lnfeld. a Miami Beach winLident. ivice president of Jnai ho^i'a! in Toronto and |the national boards and exL comnnti'>s of Hebrew Uni*. Canadian Jewish Congress, %  Distributi"!! Committee and ous other ci^anizations. L, New York State AttorCncral Nathaniel L. Goldstein teed Lunnenfield'a founderEnbolizing a minimum conIon of S-VDO0 to the first college under Jewish \ • Vnorica—as the Js fl3.000.000 building fund lign reached the three-quar|,nrk witl pledges and subtotalling S9.750.000. Lei M N • Ison, director of pment and ecretary to the M trustees of Yeshiva UniF will remain on in Miami [to supervise the establish|f new regional organizations Albert Einvlein College. ren's Village Benefits fan chapter of Mizrachi will hold a BeLsy Gottes kneheon Feb 28 at the home \. 1 Yulish 2870 Pinetree df. ding to Mr>. Alfred Stone, |ent, proceeds are for the rillage in Israel. Mrs. uel Karger is regional direcIhe w '. ;.ni7ation. Paq* 7* t with the residents' executive council, which in effect has become a permanent advisory building committee to the architect and just about on a par with our official building committee.'' Groundbreaking ceremonies for the Trau Pavilion will take place at the 11th annual membership meeting of the Home on Sunday afternoon, Mar. 26. ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION Dr. Karl RoMer OPTOMETRIST 3637 N.W. 17th AVE. IN ALLAPATTAH Phone NE 5-7184 For Appointment OPEN EVENINGS Building committee for the Gus Trau Pavilion of the Jewish Home for the Aged inspects preliminary plans of architect Irvin Korach. Seated from left to right are Jack Corner, committee co-chairman, Gus Trau and Abe Kurman, president. Standing (left to right) are Maurice Pearlstein. executive director; Korach, Sam Koywell, Dave Trau, Sidney Ansin, Dave Phillips, vice president, and Sam Resnick, committee chairman. Missing are David Fleeman, committee cochairman, Stanley Beckerman, Irving Cypen. board chairman, Barney Lee, Mrs. Baron de Hiisch Meyer, Mrs. Sol Silverman, Auxiliary president, and Judge Harold B. Spaet, honorary president. '"Worn DO YOU NEED Plans for New Trau Pavilion Move Ahead as Committee, Architect Picked side, we are designing the Trau Pavilion with the utmost care. "We have already paid several visits to the Villa Marie and Covenant Palm Homes to benefit from With the appointment of a "In view of the fact," Resnick their experience. Most important, building committee and the selec added, "that the Gus Trau Pavilion we have found that our old folktion of an architect, plans for the will be the prototype for three or %  are an invaluable source of gold* new $60,000 Gus Trau Pavilion of four more pavilions which eventance and inspiration in our planthe Jewish Home for the Aged are' ually will result in the elimination ning. Mr. Korach has benefited moving ahead rapidly, according of all the present cottages in which enormously from the several ] to president Abe Kurman. our ambulatory resident* now relengthy sessions he has already had Leaders of the building commit[ tee appointed by Kurman are Sam Resnick. chairman, and Jack Car1 Iner and David B. Fleeman, co; | chairmen. Other members are Sidney Ansin. Stanley Bwckerman. Irving Cypen. Sam Keywell. Barney ; Lee, Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, I David Phillips. Mrs. Sol Silverman. 'Judge Harold B. Spaet and David Trau. Resnick announced Wednesday that the building committee had unanimously selected Irvin Korach, lot Smith & Korach, Miami Beach. las the architect. YHEY EYERD EMOli? Ever gel this "scrabbled" while driving? Wall, Cheer up! Cash-Bonded I Police fejisfered Drivers are Waiting to FORWARD YOUR CAR ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.A. While You Trovtl in Comfort in Your Favorite Transportation Oa Time Otliwrit* Offices in 11 States and 10 other Florida Cities NATIONAL DRIVE-AWAY, INC. "World's Largest Drive-Away" 12415 NX Atfc AVENUE CAU 84-6624 PHONE NOW FOR FREE BROCHURE—NO OBLIGATION Member: MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER Of COMMERCE A TUTOR? DOES YOUR CNILD HAVE STUDY PROBLEMS? 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Pa ge 8 A MtffkrMtorL Need Revealed for Religion Teachers Tnless already overburdened educational facilities for rabbiand religious school teachers are at least doubled within the next decade, the shortage of both rabbinic and lay leaders will become a serious danger to the entire American Jewish community," Joseph N. GorM n of Philadelphia, chairman of the national planning committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America said Sunday Speaking at a plenary session of the NPC which concluded the third annual midwinter conference in mi Beach. Gorson said 'objecti\e studies made within the last ral months indicate the heavy demands being made for rabbis and teachers by new congregation.springing up in the fast-growing suburbs cannot possibly be coped with at tin.time." Gorson called for immediate purport of the seminary's campaign to raise S65.000.000 in the 10 years to greatly increase its educational facilities, eni itpublic education program in the communities and maintain already existing facilities summing up a week of seminary spiritual statesmanship, Gorson "the machineand missiles of DM n have made the world so small thdt every people in it. every na. minority people. The Id inded. 1a place in which are only minontieto MKS. LIO ACKUMUI North Shore Ladies Plan Music-Legend Jewish Family Service Moves Case Facilities Mrs. Leo Ackerman. president of .icwi-h Family Sendee, this week | [ announced that the agency will be located at Suite 102. 385 NW 1st st., beginning Monday. Fen 27. In moving to these new quarters. Jewish Family Service joins with a number of other member agencies of Community Chest, which will also occupy quarters in the same building. The new modern office, the Baron de Hirsch Meyer Community Services bldg was erected through a special gift given the Chest by Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Smith and Korach were the architects. Irvin Korach. of the architect firm, is a member of the board of directors of Jewish Family Sen'ice Mrs. Ackerman said that the development of modern facilities for the social service agencies in the community "is a recognition of the changing character of these agencies. The programs of JFS. especially its family counseling activities, are being used by a very broad cross-section of Miami Jewry. Marital and personal problems, for ex-j Palace Theater. Directed by Miss MISS mour neon Molly Picon Here In Musical Comedy Internationally renowned comedienne Molly Picon is currently appearing in her English-Yiddish musical laugh-riot, "Farblonjete Honeymoon." at the Roosevelt Theater. Appearing with Miss Picon are Jacob Kalish. Jacob Jacobs, Michal Michaelesko and her entire original New York cost. The play comes here following a 16-week run at the Brooklyn Convalescent Board Meets Heril Answering Service Facility Revealed "lorton Stit-ky. general manager Uiswerite, [DC. Telephone Anring Service, thiweek anneed the e-tablishment of Sol Secretary Telephone Service. ; • a department 'to serve the Is .i the lady of the house." Social Secretary Telephone Senpermitthe housewife to attend meetings-, go shopping, go to Uk beach, vi-it family and friendbe relaxed in the knowledge I any telephone calls coming • :he home will be answered by i Social Secretary on the extension at our office." said Stit-ky. The phone Ianswered, in the r le of the subscriber, by a COOTt< us, intelligent operator Mesare received and relaxed or I held for the subscriber's call. per in-'ructions Mr. Stit-k\ ued out that thi24-hour telering service "is vaineven where there ia maid Si-terhood of the North Shore Jewish Center will hold its regular meeting Tuesday in the Center social hall. Highlight of the evening will be a program presented by vice president MrSamuel Oguz. entitled The Seven Golden Buttons," a legend with music. Ca.-t includes Adolph Greenbaum. Leonard Tobin. Mrs Louis Cohen. MrSara Stern. Mrs. Ashley Goodman. Mrs Hyman Rottenberg. Mrs. Joseph Sedell. Mrs. Al Schwartz. Mrs. Louis Kotkin and MrZvi Fein-tein. Program is under the musical direction of Cantor Edward Klein, and features the following memberof the Sisterhood Choral Group: The Mesdames L. Stein. Jacob Dunkelman. S Littman. Hyman Bergad. Herman Kooperman. Jack Klinger. Abe Gelfand. Jack Saifman. Rita Epstein, A. L. Mechlowitz. Charles Barlly. Ben Fabric. E. Marshak. Frank Cutler, A. Rosenthai. Musical accompaniment will be by Mrs. Harry Glass, at the piano. ample." -ho stated, occur in every economic and sociaMgroup. "At the same time, when people want help, their confidence in it is affected by the character and appearance of the agency offering it." Consideration will have to be given. MrAckerman said, to the possible need for a district office located on the Beach. Only administrative and casework services of the agency will be at the new location. The vocaSpecial meeting 0 f ti directors of Bikur ChojL Convalescent Home of <£L nu was held thiweek tub of Mrs. Morris z.tter i\? tar. ^ Board members preM| Mrs. Isidore Cohen Vickie Roe. Mrs. Harry Abraham Kugler. Mrs Kav and Mrs. B. Castrin Guest/! ed Mr. and Mrs H ym M ,' Long Beach, New York Plans were formulated anniversary dinner We night. Mar. 14, in the Ca room of the Di Lido hotL Nominating committee ing of Mrs. Cohen, Mrs fc_ Fannie Sirot, Kugler and iS Wexler was named. Special meeting of the Kosher Convalescent Home I held at Kneseth Israel tion Thursday noon, Mar.' Picon's husband, Jacob Kalish. the play gives the nomr* star every opportunity to display her versatile talents in a simple, modern but interesting story woven into a tuneful score. "Farblonjete Honeymoon" tells the story of a housekeeper, who is secretly in love with her rich widower employer. Jacobs co-produced the musical, for which he also wrote the lyrics. Others in the cast include Esta tional service department. Jewish Salzman. Jacob Susanoff. Gertrude Vocational Services, will continue to occupy their present quarters at 10 NE 3rd ave. Davis Vows Change In Gas Tax Setup Johnson F (Johnny I Davis, former assistant county solicitor, anvers the phone durnouncea hicandidacy for the State ii the hours when the maid is off, Legi-lature, Group 1, the -eat forthe family iout for the morly held by George Okeii, who is Beth Israel Forms Men's Club, Names Officers Beth Israel Congregation Men's Club was formed last week. Sol Malter. president pro tern of the new organization, announced Wednesday. The group, which will sponsor social, cultural and communal activities under the aegis of Beth Israel Congregation, is currently! conducting a membership campaign in the community. Next regular meeting will be held on Wednesday evening, Feb. 29. in the synagogue building, 711 West 40th st., Miami Beach. Other pro tern officers are Sam Sakols. vice president: David Goldstein, secretary; Nathan Klonsky, treasurer. mg. or is away on vacation." Mrs. Naomi Stitsky. the former Ni 'ini Machtei, is secretary of the < poration. Social Secretarj Telene Service phone numbt JE 8-0721. North Shore Joint Brotherhood Fete North Shore B'nai B'rith Women's and Menlodge held a joint Brotherhood Week at the North Sh re Jewi-h (enter this week. "Religion in the Public Schoolwas the topic discussed by Rabbi Leon Kroni-h. of Temple Be'h Sholom. man vacating to run for state Senate. Daw-, who ha>. long been active in civic and Democratic Party affairs, warecently honored by the Miami junior Chamber of Commer < %  iven a silver key "for ""*-'•" % %  'i that organ!n. In the p a -t in monthhe has traveled over ten thousand milein hicapacity of chairman ''. the 1958 national convention to bring members of the tmted States Junior Chamber of merce to Miami. Dawia member and officer of Miami Junior chamber of Com1 merce. Miami Elklodge No 48 > Miange club. Sen Uih and Chicago Club Slates Dance Chicago club of Greater Miami will hold its annual cabaret dinner dance on Sunday evening at Algiers hotel. Sam Pearlman the is in charge of reservations. ComLeague Looks at Religion in the Public Schools." Booker T. Washington dance group offered a composition especially prepared for the occasion Program was arranged by Mrs Karl Greenberg, Anti Defamation League chairman. mi. he attended th ., dlp ey at Georw He served ir •-. Ma nne Corps d r „ and U pre-ently a member of the reserve. He serveon the Democratic execut.ve commute* achairman of Allapattah Edison Center, group IV and is chairman of the vacan cies committee. In announcing his candidacy Davis stressed the need "for a change of present gasoline tax land nr re L Ur S,a,< ov !" ent 'and promised to fight to rewrite this section of our law so that Dade county might receive a fair share of its paid in taxes for


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r .bruary2ii!5i +Jewlsii flcrKilam Page 9 A K*Jvt Ardmore I Stanley, son of Mr. and Ted Dysart1370 Monard iMiami Beach, will beBar MUzvah Saturday. 5 at Temple Beth Sholom. Leon Kronish will offiRichard. a student at [Sholom religious school. [the eighth grade of Naulunior High. t-of-Towners \e Bar Mitzvah non Newmark will become fctn;ih during Saturday morntrvices. Feb 25. of Temple [Rabbi Alfred Waxman will i kt, assarted by the Temple 1 non is a seventh urade student uth Miami Junior High and Is the religious school of Be Zion. Bar Mitzvah is the son of knd Mr* Morris Newmark, (SW 51st St., who will be hosts teg Shatbat Friday evening ; Kiddush Saturday morning. l-of-town gu6t> at the cerewill Include Mr. and Mrs. [Newmark, Attica, Ind.; Mr. jMrs. .Sam Fogel. Weindot. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam D, Youngstov.:;. 0. Rosenblatt Bar Mitzvah Saturday David Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenblatt, will become Bar Mitzvah at Sabbath morning services, Feb. 25, of Beth David Congregation. David is a ninth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School and has been enrolled at Beth David religious school for the past five months, where he is active in the Boy Scouts, U.S.Y. and Talis & Tefilin club. Previously, he attended religious school at Rego Park Jewish Center, N.Y., where he completed the regular high school curriculum. He is a student at the Hebrew High High School conducted by the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Out-of-town guests will include his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. R. Katz, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. P. Silverman; Mr. and Mrs. H. Rosen, Jacksonville; and Mr. and Mrs. A. Lodinger, of Bridgeport, Conn. The Rosenblatts will be the hosts at Kiddush on Sabbath morning. Reception Honors Alan Riehter Alan Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Riehter, 3490 SW 10th st., will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Feb. 25, of Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate, with Cantor William Lipson rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. MKS. KKHAKD SINCE* Camp Director Will Interview Youngsters Here Horseback riding over scenic mountain trails is one of the roost popular activities at Sky Lake Camps, according to Mrs. Richard E. Singer, co-director, who will be' in Miami Feb. 23 to 27 to inter-! view prospective campers and their parents. The twin camps, located in the Blue Ridge area about halfway between Atlanta and Osheville, N.C., are among the closest mountain camps to Southern Florida. A maximum of 75 girls and 75 boys enjoy cool nights and pleasant days in a climate ideal for summer campng. The camps are owned and Judaism in Highland Park, Rabbi Singer served for eight years as spiritual leader of Temple Israel in West Palm Beach, Fla. Miami Staff members for 1956 include Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altman. Dade county public school teachers who have been associated with Sky Lake for the past six years, and Dr. Robert M. Allen, of the faculty of the University of Miami, who is new to the camps this year. SALE THIS COLLECTION IS THE FINEST AMI LAROB8T -v.-i to (.urie to Florlila. (liiiniiu' antii|iiHH direct from ths is Customs, consisting <>f fi" Kreneh ami Kntclish furniture, cul.ln.-t.-, tables, desks, chairs, clocks. .iii mirrors, Kreneh and Krmilwh China, Royal Worcester, Crown Doby. old Iron Stone, VV..


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FcflQ 10 A t*~i\ the Greater Miami Jewwh Community Center with the cooperation of. the Cantors' Association. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth Sholom. is honorary chairm;ifi. and Cantor Irving Robinson, of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, iIrving as program coordinator. Tin, >IMI > program will present a varied format and content, although the major stress will be on the musicof the eminent American Jewish composer, Ernest Bloch, whose 75th birthday is now being observed throughout the country in similar community tr-ti\;iK Mis WYinstein said. Besides the music of Bloch and other American Jewish composers, there will be selections in Israeli and Yiddish folk idioms and liturgical music. Performances will include, cantors, choral groups, modern 1 dancers, instrumentalists and a dramatic monologue. The Coral Gables Jewish Center Choir, with Cantor Robinson, will be directed by Miami composer and conductor Robert Strassburg. Cantor William Lipson, newly appointed cantor at Beth David, will appear with the choir of that synagogue led by Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. There will also be selections In Cantor Abraham Seif, of Congregation Kneseth Lsrael. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will be represented on the program by the Flagler-Grana: da Group conducted by Mrs. Paul Draizar. and the Modern Dance Group directed by GMJCC dance instructor, Eugenie Schein. Mrs. Schein formerly was modern dance instructor for Hunter College in New York CityFrances Tarboux. organist of Temple Israel, will present several Bloch preludes. Special attraction I this year will be an unusual dramatic reading from Sholom Alei-, Chen, with musical accompani-| merit Reading will be given by Albert Hurwitz, drama director for the Temple Israel Sunday School j and GMJCC. Mrs. Peter Wagner, mc£2o-soprano, will render vocal selections. She has appeared on' radio programs and has been soloist at local congregations Chairman for the evening will be MrWeinstein, who will introduce Cantor Jacob Bornstein. of Temple I-racl. to welcome the audience to the new auditorium of the Temple. All plans for the Festival have bi-eii made In Mis Weinstein, Chairman, Mrs Milton Sirkin, GMJCC president. Cantor Kelemer, r Robinson. Cantor Bornlt< III. A. Budd Cutler. Mrs. Joseph DuotOV, Mrs" Morris Honigbaum, H, mm Kam. Paula Oriik, Maurice Shaw and Mrs. Julius Werner. Re presenting organizations on] the committee are Rabbi Morton: Malax sky. Rabbinical Association;' Mi Sidney Stiller. Conference of I Jewish Women's Organizations;; Mi Harold Berney. Beth David Synagogue; Judge Kenneth Oka, \ MIS. rVAGNER wri Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs.^ dore Arvan. Temple F.m an „.J • wvw^^, -Trr—n !" pH^S*a$ Rabbi Joseph E. Rock,, •45 MICHIGAN AVENUE, M. UN MM] CUSTOM TAftoimc 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE So rf sirf* N AB ERD ASMEIT llni Year on Miami Rests LIBERAL LOANS ON Diamonds & Watcht Cansteta Kntci U I-' Cast. tu. D.oaoS GoW Ogttti MtKrtltS*' CONGRESS IOAN COMPANY %  HIM -111 N' Put Your Head in Hugo's Hands for your next Permanen,' — Wh, not nave The Best? at Hugo's From SI0.00 V HAIRSTYLISTS 1561 '2 Sunset Drive For Appointment Call MO 7-2213 REV. WM. W. LIPSON Mohef Telephone 9-6308 Dr. Shmid Clitic A co-ordinated system a| Nan Sorgkol Troatments for the Restoration to Normal Fonttion .< t e PROSTAYE GLAND 1454 N.W. 24 St. Phono: S-, .52 ROOF LEAK? < A L £ VHTOK # OVY let us repair it or apply a now one. For free estimate phone: ACME SUPPLY CO. 9-5274 irR 3-6996 — J PIRS0KAIIZ10 SERVICE i "ABT" — "MAURf" — "MAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE \ Wracks Rohailt Body Repairs and Painting Phonos ER 3-2244, PR 44452 840 S.W. 8th StresU • 1*11 Washington Avo. • 71tt and Harding Avo. • MS Wathmgton Avo. • 2*0 Sunny loloo Blvd. • Your mail boa-wo pay postage S% current par annum Oivadend rato an miurtd ivmgs MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL, >* H



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24, J956 Jewish thrkHnm Loan Industry Statistics Unusually Impressive/ Says Lipton Page 11 A Tobin Opens Drive on Violators j, M Lipton. Florida dircc' "united states Sa^ngs eaKUC. revealed Wednea"the statistics for the MVkatl ,„d,Nrv in the SUU arc -unusually impressi of figure, for the h954 and 1955 were prepared l 7r Distelhorst. executive £jde.t of the Florida &vand Loan I-eague. In tare 77 associations in They held assets the Constable Leonard Tobin this crease of 31 percent over 1054. |Week opened an "affectionate" edu Lipton, who is president of Dadc cational drive for high school Federal Savings and Loan Aaaociayoungsters who pretend they are tion of Miami, also said that United 21 years of age in order to get into States Savings and Loan League nightclubs and bars, figures released recently places all i His crusade is "affectionate," five of the old established Federals said Tobin, because most of the in the Greater Miami area among youngsters don't know they are the hundred largest associations in j seriously violating a state beverage the nation. They are First Federal, law when they use false credenMiami Beach Federal, Dade Federal, Chase Federal and Coral Gables Federal. DURING THE WEEK IS I SEE IT Continued from Page 4 A propaganda which repeats and repeats the waring that U.S. Jews and "the Jewish vote" forced the Arab nations into the Soviet camp and that, unless Washington favors them to the exclusion of even a particle of favor for Israel, American boys will die in a Near East Korea. The Zionist dance about the ship carrying eighteen tanks to Saudi Arabia last Friday was a case in point—an Arab victory in Itself, which would have been a victory even if the President had not "reversed" | the State Department. For, televised as it was into the homes of sixty I million American families, it proved beyond question the "truth" of the Arab charge in the minds of the disinterested and uninformed. and Dade of Florida. 3 958.000. [jhe'endo. 1955. there were ciationsw.th total assets of [619000. The increase was 'rcent over the previous year K the Nal assets of all the ations In Florida are held by line larger ^..nations, 2,000 is held in 11 associationlta | assetin the Savings and taoctotions, Florida now seventh amons 48 states. [savings m the Florida assoat the dose of 1955 was 6394 000. an increase of 261 dollars or 29 percent over fet mortgages held by the asso us in the state totaled $1,105.or 936 percent of total accounts. In 1954. a total million dollars in mortgage .were closed, but in 1955 a [425 million dollars in mortloins were closed, an increase percent over the preceding [it is estimated that the Floriisociations financed ovor 55,omes in 1955. 1955 nation-wide story for associations in the country, ering over 6.0O0. shows total i of 37.7 billion dollars at the [of 1955 In savings they have billion dollars which is 4.9 oildollars or an 18 percent inover 1954. ne 18.3 million persons now savings accounts in the na! savings and loan institutions. nwide. 11 billion dollars in is and Crqfts Ichmque Aired U !.,.. member Zevi Ikranz addressed the Hebrew hirAoc ation of Greater Saturday evening at Beth Hitopic was "t'ses of Arts Crafts in Hebn w Visual Edu%  nkraai is a graduate of the Re of Art in Kovnow. For some [years prior to World War II, ght Hebrew language at Wilr, Lithuania, and in Kovnow. wing his liberation from •n concentration camp in 1 he took up Hebrew instrucMin. arriving here in 1950 to [the faculty af the Hebrew enu "n Miami Beach and the David faculty. Lewis Elected to Notional Board of AJCommitte J. Gerald Lewis, Miami businessman and communal leader, has been elected a member of the national executive board of the American Jewish Committee, by former Federal Judge Simon H. Rifkind, of New York, chairman of the board. Now treasurer of the Miami chapter of AJC, Lewis takes bis place on the top governing board of AJC. Founded in 1906, AJC has 44 chapters and members in more than 600 American communities throughout the United States. tials. Further, being a parent him self, Tobin said "I hate to sec any youngsters under my jurisdiction start off life with a criminal record." For this reason, his constable office on Miami Beach has begun to distribute a mimeographed text of the Florida Statute which plainly shows the unlawfulness of selling, giving or serving alcoholic beverages to minors. Minors who misrepresent their age are subject to three months in the county jail or a penalty of $250. Tobin is sending the text of this law to parents, youngsters, club groups and PTA members. He represents District 5. which includes Miami Beach, Surfside, Bal Harbour, Bay HaHJOr Islands, Golden Beach, North Bay Village and Suniiy Mes. & fl Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLC iQtetractCo. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE ESCROWS ABSTRACTS IN OADE COUNTY TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insoronct Co. Capital, Surplus Reserves txceerf $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 ?£" u £JUUJ" u 1 v .JTAMDAUGH In Hannony P' t. harmony brings feclinn <>f !" d ,„.[-„.,(,<„,. A beau* W'lRncd memorial has the same 1 Wended with sky and %  hf Rt Mn R rcen R"" n I I hl to .ill who ,e it a ry'K tribute to the one whOM • it hi • • ,' %  > "••* 0/ ,fc moit im [,;„ "1" you uilTevcr mAe. EjW^' f,„m fl „ esubbshfcm,,j ; Kt und M/ciii>M f tM0 uls w INDUCING uavrr %  *">ms, General Meoooer [ D ADE MONUMENTS IMC I 334 S.W. 8th St. H. Ml 4-2011 hrs FREE PARKING just 3 short blocks north of our Main Office FREE PARKING is now available for your convenience at all Dade Federal offices We are pleased to announce that members of the MAIN OFFICE of DADE FEDERAL may now avail themselves of 90 minutes of FREE PARKING when transacting business with the Association. (See diagram for location of parking lot.) Ask Dade Federal personnel or parking lot attendants for details. 40 N.f. FIRST AVENUE 4) 1400 N.W. 36th STREET oft 1S01 8.W. 8th STREET •> 787 N.W. Tth AVINUI [TDodttWol EVENING HOURS MAIN OFFICE is open on Mondays and BRANC OFFICES on Fridays from 9 AM to 8 PM. All offices on other weekdays 9 AM to 3 PM. Closed Saturdays. Dade Federal k. fPH v IIPTON. President ^ SAVINGS HERE EARN yovr Savings art Insurto} OUR^OBRCES EXCEED 87 MILLION DOLLARS If



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Page 12 A +Jelstirk>rl(&M i 2ay. Februa^ 1 Left to right are Malvin Englander, special assistant attorney general, and Richard Ervin. attorney general of the State of Florida. ^_—.—. Englander Feted By Hibiscus Lodge Over 500 people paid tribute to Malvin Englander, immediate pa*t master of Hibiscus lodge 275 F&AM. when he was honored at the annual past master's dinner in the Latin Quarter recently. Attorney General of the State of Florida. Richard Ervin. was present to expre*hibest wishes to Englander. who is hi> special assistant Attorney General. Herbert Gutman. junior past master, presented Englander with a past masters jewel and apron from Hibiscus lodge, and E. Albert Pallot. first master of the lodge, presented Englander with a pin from his familv. Puchkoff Memorial To Award Prizes Histadruth Ivrith will hold a Pincua Puchkoff memorial meeting Monday evening. Feb. 27. at the social hall of Kneseth Israel Congregation. Puchkoff. who lived in Miami for 35 years, passed away four years ago at the age of 81. An ardent Zionist, Puchkoff sponsored frequent cultural meetings in his home, which he named "Tel Aviv." He was the author of "My Four Homes." a book written in English, as well as one book written in Yiddish and two in Hebrew. He was honorary president of the Histadruth Ivrith of Greater Miami, which, in cooperation with Mrs. Puchkoff. has since established a cultural fund to award prizes to outstanding students of local Hebrew schools. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, spiritual leader of Beth El Congregation. will be guest speaker at the meeting. J. Z. Stadlan will pre-hie over the presentation of prizes by Mrs. Puchkoff. Judaea Leaders to Meet Leadership meeting of Young Judaea Leaders of the Zionist Youth Commis-ion will be held on Sunday evening at the home of Marcie Raffel, 2740 S\V 26th si At the meeting will be Sandra Parent. Frieda Breslau. R. Taube Codrozo. Phyllis Eisman. Frances Frome, Emily Gruenway. F.lainr Golden, Archie Goodwm, Marcio Raffel. Harriet Solloway. Avi Each iff. Dena Serotta. Judy Wayne. Elaine Schwartzman. Marilyn Delson Mora and city director Jerome Schulman. SAM THE TAILOR CASTtM SPtCIAl I LADIES' t MEN'S SUITS MW to Mnwrt $75 We Furmsh Material SINGLE TROUSERS MADE TO OtOEl St I 22S NX 2nd AVENUE PfcM FR J-ffJt 250 Attend Rabbi Stern Installation; Ask Jewish Unity Rabbi Tibor H. Stern was installed spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation Sunday evening in the Coronation room of the Empress hotel. Dr. Leo Jung, of the New York Jewish Center, delivered the keynote address. Some 250 persons heard Dr. Jung declare: "If the congregation and the community will seek the qualities of their new rabbi, which are purely scholastic and pastoral. Greater Miami will Bee a spiritual uplifting in the near future." Among prominent community j and rabbinic leaders greeting Rabbi Stern were D. Lee Powell, Mayor of Miami Beach; Judge John Pointy of the Circuit Court; Leo Meyer, president of Beth Jacob; Rabbi Harry J. Hurwitz. New York, director of the Kashruth Supervisors I Union of America; Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. spiritual leader of %  Beth El Congregation and representing the orthodox rabbinate here; and Rabbi Ephrayim Epstein, of Agudath Horabonim, Chicago. David Whitman, chairman of the Sunday banquet, gave Rabbi Stern a set of keys to a new car which was presented to him by the congregation. Toastmaster was Malvin Englander. who read messages from the Chief Rabbi of Israel, president of the Rabbinical Council of America, president of the Union of Orthdox Congregations and Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Rabbi Stern responded, declaring that "Beth Jacob Congregation is my heart and soul. Both together belong to the community, local and national. I will fight with all my spiritual might and authority." Rabbi Stern said, "to bring about a united Jewish community, where not only ritualistic Jewish values will be offered in united fashion, but also the cultural and educational values and beliefs of Judaism, awell." "I have but only one determination, and that is to see that the principles of our Torah shall not suffer. This often requires militant action and constructive criticism. I)ut it is always for the purpose of lasting peace" Rabbi Stern called for the abolition of "sectarianism in the Jewish framework of relideclaring "the legalization oi certain deviations and deviationist croupsto bo dangerous t„ "the true interpreation of Judaism." AH the 'isms' confuse both Jews and non-Jews. We have but one God. one Torah and one Lsrael ASOOfl as the Torah becomes a tool for individual groups. Israel is split into separate entities which may be disastrous in generations to come. "We are fighting against segregation on the outside and we are practicing segregation among ourselves." the rabbi said. Publisher Will be Speaker T. L. Guzman. Argentinian publisher and writer, will be guest speaker Wednesday noon at the regular weekly luncheon meeting of he Miami Beach Israel Zionist District, at the Raleigh hotel. Philip Salmon is chairman. Orkin Presides At Contest Fete Frances Jarrett. of Tampa, Fla.. is the winner of the 1956 National Girls Friday Contest, sponsored by ()rkin Kxterminating Company, ft I was announced here by Otto Orkin, I founder and president of the firm. Miss Jarrett was awarded a new Nash Metropolitan automobile. Over 200 girls in Orkin's 28-state territory participated in the unusual contest. In explaining the 'details of the contest, Orkin said Ithat in the past his firm has conI ducted contests for managers, servicemen and salesmen and that i the Girl's Friday Contest was established "in recognition of the fact that branch secretaries play an important part in the overall efficiency of the local operations in more than 200 cities." Effie Lackey, of Newport News, Va.. only 26 points behind Miss ; Jarrett. was second prize winner : and received a combination television ad phonograph player. Formal presentation of the automobile took place in Tampa at an informal luncheon attended by Orkin. In making the presentation, Orkin said: "I am particularly proud of the record that Miss Jarrett achieved in this contest, but I am even more delighted that our winning Girl Friday is an 'original'. That is, Miss Jarrett was our first secretary when we opened the office in October. 1936. and it was her first job after finishing high school." Orkin. one of the world's largest pest control companies, now operates from coast to coast. Beth David Sends Four to Meeting Beth David Congregation Youth Commission of Greater Miami rhos6 Jfcpr members yf its USY groupjei Atten4 a Ustfted SynagofmEHjfch conference last weekend ., as (, prevent unauthorized use of same and assure 100 percent compliance of Kashruth. In all meat markets, poultryhouses and packing plants whervr you see the Kosher Union Market Card, the Jewish public can buy with confidence. No Kosher Union Market Card will be issued to anyone unless it is under supervision of a local rabbi of a Vaad. We will continue our organizing campaign of all Hebrew Trades under the jurisdiction of Local 643 AFL-CIO. George Pfaffendorf, Business Manager Levin Collection At Lowe Gallery Currently on view in the foyer of the University of Miami's Lowe Gallery is a group of contemporary Italian and American paintings owned by S. J. Levin, of Miami Beach and St. Louis. Including works by such artists as Antonio Music, who won the Prix de Paris in 1951, and Bruno Caruso, who was called "the artistic discovery of 1953." this portion of Levin's collection is on indefinite loan to Lowe Gallery. Seventeen process etchings by the French expressionist Rouault, also from Levin's collection, are on view in the Members' Library at Lowe Gallery. The Rouault prints are from the artist's "Misjere" series. These exhibitions will be on view until Feb. 28. New Courses Offered At Flogler-Granada Center Courses in elementary Hebrew and/or Yiddish history and religion are being offered at FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center starting last Sunday, with Rabbi Leo Heim conducting the class. The courses are sponsored by the education committee and the adult activities committee of Flagler Granada and are under the supervision of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. The courses are to be conducted for ten weeks, and each student, upon successful completion, will receive a certificate issued by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Students obtaining 20 credits are eligible to enter the College of Jewish Study. Camp Director fo Spttk Dr. Robert Anderson, dirt* Camp Hygiology, Rheinbett| will be guest speaker Sund1 ning at the Spinoza Outdoor! um, 11th st. and Ocean ct derson will review Dr. Wickenden's recently i_ book. "Our Daily Poisoorl Abraham Wolf son will prw j| Thursday evening, Dr. Wd will give the fifth in a ten lectures in the Charles! astronomy course. Halperin Elected 1 Chamber Presi Samuel J. Halperin. m_ : elected president of the : Beach Chamber ol Con_ i the organizational meetm* 1956-57 board %  i Envermqj I week in the (hamher ofi Leo J. Adeeb. auto dak ; named first vice prvidedf] JC. McAskill. publisher. ivice president: and C. W. 'Jr., realtor, treasurer. One-year appointments board of governors were i John A. Cook, 111. bathiag' operator; Alexander S. Carl T. Hoffman, attornejsrj min G. Kline, hotel ter Levinson. realtor; and: R. Rivkind, hotel association live. Vaudeville Show Due Jewish vaudeville show will spotlight Saturday merit's Purim f.sti val at the North Shore Jewish Center in Miami Beach. President of the Men's Clubs, sponsors, is Leonard Tobin. On his committee are festival chairman Sam Ratner, prizes chairman Dr. Sumner Cohen, social chairman Dale Regent, and ticket chairman Michael Silverstein. Invisible Reweaviwj All methods $5 ho.;r privattjll %  •mi-private lesions. Et IH5. S1Sat7 or write Amber School of Ren P. O. Box 628. North Miami Cantor for Passover Well known, prominent Ci"*""' ing to oerve at S'dor.m and r tho ontiro week of PIMO"* j reaeonable price. S*1i*<'" anUod. Phone JE 8-15S2 Buy Bod§ Wholesale Direct from Factory BISCAYNE BEDDING 5851 N.W. 17th A*] Ph. 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1 +Jewlsiincrki*jr Page 13 A rvkes at Nebo Mason, 75 a member 01 Mason. of directors of Temple died Sunday, Feb. 12, Ii,nt of Miami Beach for Ji he l.ved at 1800 St ami was an instructor ,,! at the Temple and Jof the bo^d of the He-' nv and the Jewish Fund. 1 a membership campaign rAcadeniy several years ago, on WW instrumental in en%  new members. Larch. 1952. he was cited by I „[ Israel for bringing in a amount ol bond purchases. Union tthese activities, tm *as member of the Home for the Aged, lit lk pitai and Greater Miami [Ki'ioshruth. lie was chairL{ Tempii' Kmanu-El MotJ land, vice president of Rational Fund Council of n:i and active in Fed!Sf r Sew York, died I'. I, ii Hpllman Funeral Chapel was in charge of local iii EaflfernenU, MRS, ROSE MELTZER 16i VW ]Ht etTdlcl PetX. \f MR 4, of 163; MW Int M ,-.li.-,| Frit. lf-jl home. A native ,,i i, ., ,, „ n ^ came herI.: Man asm an,I i>. BUrVtved by her husband. Boris; %  son. Phillip; Mid .laughter, lira, A.i:,,,, (isuchowekl. in addition, aha leaveo i,. aleteri aM f.i,ir grandchildren si,,, wan a member of the Ordei ..r tha Baetern iml Order <.f Amaranth s. W V*.r* h ,l l """'•'"" s Miami FuneMl Horns, with burial In Mi. Sinai cmetery. r_ BMttrKT SEMEN SON 6 1. of 4938 SW eth St., dlrd Feb. 13. ^WfHBtk~**jf Y*eo. K. in RiversldeItaach MatnoiiaJ i'Impel, Flagler at., with burial In New York. MRg. PAULINE STRASSMAN *. • %  ? 1ST, .Inmen ave. .lie,I Feb 1 Services were in Nan York, with local arrangementa by Newman c. Funeral Home. wife, Clara, ^r and sister. Service! were Feb. 13. in Riversidei iorial Chapel, with burJt. Nebo Cemetery. BENJAMIN BERNSTEIN wv-r i I 8W 2nd hospital. He • • %  broker of I pi' '. i\i %  m and burla Waahlnalon, with local yig, l)j C lon'a Funeral ISRAEL CHANSKY IttMV died Feb. 1! i i' K heart attack. eT,w. II i.,nil r.. \. % %  I). Mass an,i b> hiwife, Jennie, two a daut'i'-" Scrvlceg and .-,in i %  a Ith local irasnts by R %  I ; %  -. %  < h Mrfi'ftaptl, Flatl, r .-t. MRS. ELLA CROMER BW Will SI ill. 1 IVh 12 nursing h in-She came m Chicago. Include f-'iir sons, Bert. Harold; four M Mi Vliker, jtljer Rher, Mrs Reva Wsld BON Wrinkle 13 grandchllndi lnlili en. iwrw Feb II in '! irdon'a FuHnme, with burial In Mt. Nebo IAMUEL OREXLER U'.l End id %  • who came |ftt -.. ,in M flab. I" n II .i retired „r.ope nil %  %  ..., H include Nettle iv era, Mra. • Settle arI a ton. Kdw ir.i Servtceeand %  Mill Hellliteral H'.n •• in charge locally. HASH BOnU HARRY BOVELU 87, :i Mhaml Beach Sate executive, died In a hoapltal Fab is following H lieini attack IT.was nianiier of I! B Bronaton tr ml lived at KM KW in ava He was a member ,f the board "f truateea of Tempta laratel ami chairman of the Temple's choir auad lltar committee. Hi I v In the wo '* of the Miami Bean h Board of Realtors IJoyell moved to lliatml from Chlcage In 1S3K Nine yaaMa aan h-;#•• J executive dlrermrMf flie s.'^nei. %  >. rt! regional offlcea ^L.the Amerlcaa I '• ia> cll for .iuiini*ii. Sui-viv4e% inhi wife, M.ibeite: two d.ioa:hTef. Mm. Mollvann W'elsa and Mra. Barbe I Kali.enell: three brothers S'., I^oiils and David: a sister. Mrs Tlllle Solomon; nnd four ji and, till,Inn Servl.-ea were Feb. ;i> In ine chattel of Temple Israel, and bvrlal Mlowd In the Temple section of Cr^, eland I'ark. Gordon Funeral Home waa In charge. HARRY L. KATZ 69. one-lii, i.. public BCl I L.-nlier of lHnnv Kaye and Phil Hllvera, died here Feb IT II. had been a wIntel vlaltoi for ten teara and lived %  I Bw 8Sth ter Ha \e.,., formei dent of Brooklyn and a member of the National [...One ,.r New ^',.ik He waa a %  i.in,-, lor to i ;.,v \ i .i.n II., i rtman and Israel Ki slstanl n of N'.w Y..I k Pit) Bui I vora Include hin wife, Frances; %  daughter. Hi AOi I, n; and tw* sons, Martin ami How in ,l Bennett >. bui i.,1 ••, •• in New fork, with R aide-Beach Mem,,, ml Chap I, Flagler st.. iii oharge ks all). MRS. SARA ARBUSE 7,'. visitor from Sea >',,. i.. dli ,i PV b i Bervlcea and burial were In New a nil loi ,1 in angen • nita by Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel, U .. liintiton in .• ive., with burial In Mt. Slnal Cemetery. MR8. SADIE QOREDETSKY fiO. of J04I SB l7th St., North Miami %  '.each, died Feb, 10. Ilellman Funeral Home was In charge of burial arrangement*. MRS. BERTHA RATHAEL ,HHH.,. I ikg T nrrattHements BENJAMIN B. LEVINE S*. formerly of Bynu'lfee N V died Feb. 9 at his residence. 1tS 79'h -l North flay Village. Two daughters. Mrs. Marian Polnn and Mm I Zolno. survive Services were Feb in at Riverside-Reach MemorJa 1 i > %  >•>"!. Magler st.. with burial In Mt Nebo Cemetery. BERNARD MESSER i itm from Ni ^',,i i, died Ih is Bervlcea and burial were in \m Yoik. with local arrangement Rlveraldi Beacb Memorial Chapel, Wasliintiioii ava listen lo SCHACHTER'S DAILY JEWiSn PROGRA3MS Every Saneey 2 p.m. anal Monday thru Friday 4:30 p.m. en RADIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DIAL This Program is the First and hes fbe largest listening Audience LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N A M F LA W NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In buaineaa under the fictitious name of CENTER CLEANERS mot Incorpori.li ni M.ls SVV. xt Ii St.. Miami, and liH Be. i>ixi^ Highway, Ooral uabies, Fla., intendto reajleter sai.i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. WILLIAM H. DICKHO.V MAX a. sn.aajp Attornev for WHIIani Ploki93^ Sej-bold BiaJkUng. Mtanl S7Z-S w* I. pICKi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVKN that Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious name of I'ulNTV YELLOYV CAB, at 2iw> N.W. Kth Avenue. Miami. Intends to nglst, r siild name with the Clerk of • s II nit COMI of bade i -.tints Florida. RICHARD KENNEDY 14 :; x-a-M JACOB MARKOVITZ 9.",, member of ., |i,,,ne.-i l.iniil\ at K.-v West, died Peb l( at the borne of a son, Carl, 1501 NK 1st gve where luwas visiting. He was a retired K>v West merchant. Two other sons. II, i man and Isidore: a brother; nine 5 randchilili.n anil 14 great-grandchilren survive Bervlcea .-r.In K.-v Wi-t, with Cordon Funeral Home in charge locally. ISAAC MILLER 72. of 997 NB 146th st a retired restaurant owner, died of a heart attack while visiting In Hollywood Feb. 17. Survivors Include his wife. Sophie. tw.i aona and two daughters Bervlcea and burial were In New York. "•Jewish Forum On The Air" Every Sunday-10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Varioui ftaturn Produced and Directed fcy SIK0N SIMM 503 S.rY. 17t* Ave._ M. 82 5480 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 187612 i oNt'ETTA ORACB BLUM, Plaintiff, \ a THE! il" RE I'M M, I >. r.n.L. ni. ORDER OF PUBLICAT.ON %  : %  i I'll i;,,I" n:i: BLL'M A) • innBronx, Ni You hereb) notltled il Ii ,s III .11 filed i you ami you are hi ipj of your Ai to the 'omplalnt ror i lvor< a on file the 01 initial Anawei n the office ol the Clerk ,.i ihe fin 'iii i'ourt on or hi ISrd da) "i March, ISl therwlee, ,ii c,mi].11 • • For I nv„i, a e i',l l taken as COIlfi .,--.niist you. Dated the --ml day f Febr iary, i: B. LEATHERMAN, ii,-ik ol cii,nil Court By H 11 KICK, JI: iS.iili lleputi ''lerk fiKOROE J TALI AM >FF, ESQ. Mtorne) for Plaintiff 4L'u Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. :••:!— i/2-f-ll EPHRAIM M. OILMAN 74. of X*• p)e—. lees and burial were In Boston, with V-wm:.n-> Herit, Ices and burlsl were in New York, with Cordon Fuueial Jlonaa In.iywmjr^ lra-ally. —• %  ^ HARRY FEIN sident Jfeie It s.*i; I' K.li '• [• in Xes y m fhargf of •,. i',, M and k, itli 11,11**t. MARION LAZARUS Pan i %  B*'' ,Sh p>en TT)'---. v HP !., I -h \-.v, years < -nrvlved |H were Feb. 10 Chni'.l. in New CHARLES RIVITZ >!.v."' ,,r visitor I I.I. 9 eveland, rial rhap. '"•• '" arrangeltll?V E RA SOLOMON winter vls%  died r. b I • %  II New R T RU0E ALBERTS Baaeh !" '• She had r 20 years. •a tlil • "*• is '*" -" l>i Irving and fr"^;Mrs Sonya blekiu M -"t""n: nd Services were AW I" %  :,i '"'' Memorial BARNET BENENSON 4. of 43 RW th si., dlrd Teh. 13 In a local hospital. He Is survived by his wife. .leanetle; two '"daughters. Mr> Rema RosenMrc and Mjs. Lillian Aaron: and one brother. JUouia. Services were Feb. 14 at Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel, with Interment In Brooklyn. DAVID KOCH *,. a Miami Beach hotel owner, who came here 22 vedrs ago from New York, died Feb 19. He Uve.1 at MM HMh st He owned and operated the Iieslle and Kenmore hotels and was s member of Temple Emanu-EI and Temple Beth Bholom He also was affiliated with the Hebrew Aiwdemy and It'nal B'rlth. Survivors include his wife. Freda: a son. Hv: and one daughter, Mrs Ethyle Kaplan In adilltion. he leaves n brother. lter and five erandchildren Services were F.b 21 In niverslde-Beach Memorial ''h "-1. Washington ave.. wRh burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. MINNA REICHMAN *4. of 174", SW 2-'nil t.r who came here 20 yeara ago from St Louis, died Feb. 1. She la survived by three sun-. J. Ben, Maury and Joseph; four daughters, Mrs. Mary Rubin. Mrs. Ruth I.evln. Mrs. Lillian Sherman and Mrs. Hiidle Schucart: 14 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Bervr ea and burial were in St. Louis. With Cordon Funeral Home In charge locII>. MRS. ANIE S. KUTNER 71. of Lino Pennsylvania ave.. a winter visitor from Brooklyn, died Feb. 15. Services were In Brooklyn, with Riverside-Heath Memorial Chaiiel. Washington ave In charge locally. BERNARD KAHN 4H>, nf 'RnlMnvM-e. Md president f '*<> %  Moses K.lhn Clothing Store chain, lied Feb I* In Miami Beach !!•• ha,I been president of the firm since 1929. after the death of his father Survivors Include his wife. Ktta a son. M one daughter. Mrs |>avld (5"!;ib: and :, brotbar, Jerome. Services mil burial were In Baltimore, with Rlveral-leBeach Memorial Chapel, Waehlafton ave.. In charge locally. EDWARD APKIN -.2. of IUS Meridian ave.. died Fell 14. He came here IB yearag" from N-w York and was a member of I^.cal 11.1, Bartenders and Walters I'nlon. His wife. Bvlvla, survives Bervlcea were IVh 1 at Newmnn-c.ordon Funeral Home, with burial In Hade Memorial Park. MRS. ETHEL WEIL fiO of RS10 Byron ave d milliter of the Int. American s..ng wHter. Charles K Harris, died Feb. II She came here from New York and Is survived hv her i,nil. Robert, and a sister. Mlldreti MAX GOLDSTEIN *". of 11 % 2"th st.. Miami Beach, died I'.li IS. Services were In New York. with local arrangements by Newm.uiii.iiii..ii Funeral Home. lea ind Mt. 5^ you will find we finest examples rViJ any Cemetery of Memorial Art j been created [ cad installed by in Miami THURMOND MONUMENT CO. •* it. st. ph. M<24 •** %  %  $ wo OQ ^^^1 Charges *** Sttedays HARRY OREENBERO 71. of tUt BW Itth il died Feh. 19. Rervtcea end burial were In NewYork, with local arrangements by RlveraldeBeach Memorial Chapel. Flagler at. Memorial p WILLIAM KESSLER K, New York clothing manufacturer, here as a winter visitor at the Inn talnehleau hotel, died of a heart attack I". I, is Local arrangements were by Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel. Washington ave., for burial and Bervlcea In New York. SAMUEL LIEBERMAN 4. winter visitor from Rockvllle Cenhusl .-.. Harris Riverside Beach ChapeL Washington ave., charge locally. MRS. KATHERNE J. MILLER -,r, ,,f lalO sw Itnd ave., died Feb n in'a ho-pltal. She moved to Miami 1vears ag" from New Y"rk and %  member of Bnal B;rllh Wornen of Coral c.bies and Ladlaa VUMIMIV of Jewish War Veterans Post 243. (oral Cables. Survivors Include her husband. Jacob: a son. Martin: three daughters. Mrs. Harriet "'"•nsteln Mrs. 1'on,the Barrette ami Mra. Anita St.-rn two sisters. Mrs Irene Newman and Mrs Charlotte Stem, and nine grandchildren, fcfjtfj" f, re were Feb d In Cordon Miami l hnnel. with burial In Mt N ebo Cemetery. JACOB STEIN *2. a retired grocery owner, died ren IS unexpectedly. He came here 16 veers ago and lived at_31 Collins ave. Services were Feb I -. in RiversideBeach Memorial Chapel. Washington ASSOCIATED DETECTIVES Of pJOtTM & CIMTtAl AMftKA, IMC. Phone PI 8 3806 561 M.I. 7ttk STtm IIKAVNE PIAIA iOOM 11J MIAMI, FIA. 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K i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Bade County, himuia. B] B. B, WYNN. (Clrcull Court Seal) Deputy Clerk QE< MM IB CHERTK' 'F Attorney fot Plaintiff i.n; i ilimpia P.iiililing. Miami T.2. Fla. i/tt — i/s-i-if NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVF.N thnt the iiii'l.-rsigii-d. desiring to engage in buslneaa under the fictitious % %  • -ie -f P.AYCii ALTO SKAT COVBRB. at rti> %  i s W. sih Btreet, Miami, Iniends to r.gi-i'i -i.i,i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Hide County, ''" i tt IRWTM SAI.ITSKY %  /Si — 1 2-9-1 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 349Z7 B RE: ESTATE 'II'VI'I'H E DROSS, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTfCB is herein given that I have filed MI s final report and petition for Una I Discharge as Kxeciitor of the esia f FAITH i: OROBS, deceaaed; and thai "ii the 12th dav of M'rch. 195. I will applv to the Honorable FRANK DOW LI NO, County .ludite of i iade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as executor of the estate of FAITH K %  :BOSS, deceased. This Sth day of February. I9ai. B \ QROSS MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executor 2/1 0-I7--M — 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORI DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 187524 FAY JACOBS, Plaintiff \ i ARNO JACOBS. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ARNO JACOBS Stratford Arms Hotel. 117 W 7mh St New York, N. T. TOP ARK HBREBT NOTIFIITO that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce baa been filed against you. and von are required to serve a copy of vimr Answer or Pleading to* the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attornev. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 29th dav of March. 19.'.*i. If you fail to do so. 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Pqge 14 A +J**M n?r&&*to.Fridoy. February 2 <.l ON THE NMBA LASHY — Detailed Study of Soil in Lakhish Area Bears Top [U A year ago then was a very detailed plan which t"" k account of the various typeof toll there. Ull oi water resources, security requirements, the kind of people and l>cfore long, another 700 families will move to permanent homes Alrr.uly, much of the land has heen brought under the plough, highways have been laid. "Only about 15 t 0 in • f these Ship-to-wtu "i grantsjeave ,„, S] Aryo ll.av. hodeput} Milled in the Lakhish area, telephone installed^and^soon, an project. "And tho* ^ It was the hrsl time there had been this kind of planning, with all the various authorities contributing toward the whole problem of turning a hitherto empty space Into another farming area. Tinpreparation has borne results Now, less than eight months alter the fir-t urotip of "ship to settlement" North Africans have been settled In Lakhish, the district which stretches from Aska Ion to the .ludean Hills, and from the Northern Negev to the 0dc ra area, has no less than 14 new villages with l.OOO immigrant families and a fen score Israeli youths, and in addition the nucleus of a brand-new city which is to become the hub of the area. Already. 350 big two-and-a-half room concrete houses have replaced as many wooden prefabs in which the new settlers spent MilTO\ FRIED*! AX — THE THAW. By llya Ehrenburg. Translated from the Russian by Manya Harari. 230 pp. With on s*ay, "The Death of Art," by Russell Kirk. Chicago: Henry Regnery Company. $3.50. By HILARY MINDLIN OUT FROM UNDER the Iron Curtain has crept a very had and very important book. Extremely shallow, thin to the point <>l boredom, it nevertheless has such high points of interest for the Western reader that one wonders how it squeezed through without getting caught on the barbed wire oi Soviet censorship. All the more astonishing ithe facl that iiya Ehrenburg, who managed to survive over (went) years oj policy changes and "new looks" and who i~ one of the few Jews of prominent position left, was made to recant the here \ so gently expressed in "The Thaw." The town of "The Thaw" is a provincial factory town of presentday Russia; its people are doctors, engineers, a factory director, a head designer, two artists, and their families. They are the new Russian middle-class, as removed from the workers as from the ruling hierarchy. The way Ehrenburg has pencilled them in. they seem all ol I piece— decent, rather hard-working, somewhat drab, somewhat dull. In their daily round of work, meetings and small parties, they say i such things as "It s not enough for a Soviet man to control Nature, he has to control his own feelings as well;" "she was a Soviet woman, she I had a sense of dignity;" "her mother was a remarkable woman, if tMere were more like her Communism would come very soon, but I ieelings she neither could nor wished to understand." They say these the first months, ol their lives, things as if by rote, yet they worry about them; they feel that on the one side lies their duty and on the other, their souls. In the beginning what could you expect* Ton atari building a house and there i bound to be a lot Ivmjj about but now it • time we were getl the home M bring lived in alter all. K'noulfiige ]eelmg< that mutt be trained. Tal^e America they \e am amuuiil of education there I can tell from the-.r inenn/ic fount*!*. And %  tS rhrv put MA. 1 Bui |Ufl ira.i what they is and .i>i feeling! be trained' 1: > difficult We have tjljen a lot ol trouble I>I er one half of :he human being bur the other hal] :•. neglected. The resu thai ."if half of the hoii'C i> II / too \eep a partition beiueen the wa\ I reason the :> J • / lite. Ehrenburg limns these people like a painter with an all-grey palette. There are no flaming revolutionaries, no scarlet purges here. His people are concerned with their own problems—petty intrigues. production standards, the ever-present possibility of a mishap and a reprimand from higher-up. They seem nearly to wonder, as Russell Kirk points out in his thorough analysis, whether this i, to be the, whole meaning of their lives Ithis the New Order for which millions of livewere expended?" It is noteworthy that Ehrenburg portrayed his thaw" in terms • i .i freedom to love, a return to passion, or to heart, as n were, and to the right to put a person above the state || is interesting too. to liow completely he identifies the end ol the political deep-freeze with the warming ol the lues ,,i the people For s,, it must be under el totalitarianism; tl rnment has set forth an official altitude to humanity, and humans must conform llya Enrenburg's theme was roundly denounced for "bourgeois •ion." Apparent!} he mistook Ihe temporary wavering ot control i i a government in flux (the book was written shortly after Stalin's •' true poliC] With one hand out to these sad qtaiet Russianand the other holding firmly to our own dreams, Americans onlj hope that Ehrenburg was merely premature. We can also keep our warm springs ol humanism freely flowing. irrigation network should be completed, so that there will be water for the summer crops. Most of the North Africans have been settled down in the plain, which has 50.000 acres of first-rate soil, while up in the of the Jewish Agency. Project. "And thos mmnly during they have relations JJ want to join them" S"" the men six days a more difficult hilly parts, close the land is parcelled u by the Jordanian border and only brought the first harm, 1 in part irrigable. Israeli youths some kinds of work nan have established three settle'-— -'ments. with more to follow. Things happen mighty fast in Lakhish: so fast, in fact, that the newcomers are still.a bit confused. They have had to get used m tree planting for th7'£ Fund, does not bring fcj wage and breadwinners efi families say the) hM ra keep thei.brood fed shod. Nevertheless as v*, to a lot of things, these past few village after village. thevVtt months, and particularly those tell you, "better in Israel who came from the interior of hard to make ends meet, Morocco and whom several centuries of development had passed by, are taking it all in slowly. But they like their new way of life and regard it as a "mitzva" to have a piece of land of their own in Israel. — ._ 1U meci| JJ be a cobbler or hawker in | co. The men and the quickly get used to the net of life. Undoubtedly it is the ^ who have the hardest time"i Eden-Ike Talks Showed Little Imagination -and Less A world that looked to the Eden-Eisenhower conference for imaginative peace moves in the SFN. H'RBltT HUMAN • "dangerous situation' f# IVf II SMIW 1KTZ — Americans of Revolutionary Days Were Big Bible Readers Americans oi Revolutionary days were great Bible ers and ii was natural for them to think of thenown leaders in terms ol Biblical analogies it we look back to those tunes, we find Washington frequently referred to as a latter daj loshua \t the conclusion of the Revolutionary War. there is a story ot Franklin in Europe being present at e function at which British, American and French representatives were toasting one another. A Hnton raised higlass, "l give you." he said, "the British Empire, which like the sun, shines in all parts ol the world." Then it came Franklin's turn. He raised his I •The United stateis too young," he id to do anything boasting yet, "but I give you, Washington, the Joshua who made the sun stand still." Joshua is praise,) by the ancient rabbis for the HKTII SIEROTY — same qualities which we praise ,„ Waahingtoi integrit)'and honesty. They picture him mueh as we Picture Washington, a sail disciplined man. not given ; iV u "'", ">. in fact, a little dehumanized 01 ome historians have protested this picture trying to bring back the flesh and blood Washington Porting to the fael thai the ...her ol Ms coun?n COUM.a. time,,„ „„„.„.„ hcaltln SWetring. thS be likedI to dance, thai h, was a frequent theatre > ,: '""" 1 he played cards and s„ on I MPPOM it was -ome motive similar to the \mcii can histonans which ,be Midrash to marr :";;;^g. "" r i s • ^ f or & trie Bible there we are told that Rabat) lived in downtown Jericho, practicing a highly uneth! a )r %  loshua. Of course, from the Jewish standpoin X was good, coming to the aid of the .lews Middle East has found itself rewarded only with a vapid statement containing obvious restatements of previous positions and platitudinous generalizations. A detailed analysis of the EdenEisenhower talks will, of course, have to await more Information than was contained in the statement issued. But, at first glance, the statement produced no evidence of Anglo-American unity on bold, realistic policies to upset Soviet penetration of the Middle East Neither did it show initiative in any constructive new moves to honor the Tripartite Declaration of 1950 byredressing the power balance. Now heavily tilted in the Arab favor, the balance of power was ignored in the pompous statement. The statement urged the Arab state and Israel to "reconcile the positions which they have hitherto taken" This was reminiscent "I Eden"Guildhall speech in Which he cited the 1947 partition decision and urged a compromise ring territorial surrender by Israel Echoing Secretary of State Dulles' meaningless Aug. 26 proposal, the statement spoke of iranteeing agreed frontiers This meant only that if the Arabs decided to agree with Israel on frontiers: the Western powers would support such an agreement, ii the Arabs became that able, there would be no need for an outside guar Secretary of State Dul appealed for bipartisan in taking the Arab-Israel "out of domestic politics." Herbert H. Lehman depicted! as an Administration atte plead the "Fifth Amendn its past mistakes in this Other prominent Demo eluding Presidential ea joined with Lehman in Dulles' appeal Many Republicans agreed I members of their political of, tion that the only fair thingIJ in the face of massive Co arms shipments to Egypt sell Israel defensive Dulles found himself called I count and failed compk get the blank check hei He continued to defer a Israel's amis application. an Egyptian military triumphantly published | Egypt's new Communist Lehman, speaking before I tional Democratic dinner, i ed the thinkinol importantt ments in his party. He cb that in the Middle East "ui ministration has permitted be projected into a most dai ous situation dangerous] our most vital interests ous to the cause of peace. gerous to the security ol the I world, and dangerous to the' existence of our sister toP* 1 of Israel BOMS SUOI ill — Centenary of Heinrich Heine's Birth Haym Solomon May Still Get His Just Reward in History Congress may BOOB reward Haym Solomon. Jewish financier who gave so much to the American revolution that he died permileas. Congress is now considering recognition of the burial ground of Haym Solomon and other Jewish patriots as a site of national and historic significance. This culminates a nine-year effort by Philaparative Literature at Citj lege of New York, believesj for more than a century has enjoyed an internal' vogue unsurpassed by that of I other German, except Goethe Great minds, in coun'ry though the interior Departmental 1^ !" C H0Use W***tea on Interior ami insul The world observed on Eeb. 17 the centenary of the death of Heinrich Heine, the great German Jewish poet who died in Prance. To mast Germans Heine Was a symbol of the Jew, but to the world he remained one of the greatest poets of the century. The country, have been stimul varying attitudes towards him in by his recorded attitude td Israel Cemetery as a national shrine. The other, inpreservation of the cemetery.' *** *" lh • -----...,•,-, vwiiima nt'i im CAP* iete unanimity. To the English, ciety for Jewish Culture and Jewishness was of secimportance. A good deal Heine's J.wishness was of secence left a deep mark on ondary Prof. Liptzin. in h ha* -• ..-i me r:ngiish thought of lished by Bloch Publishing Heine can be found in "The Engrightly considers Heine ran Legend of Heinrich Heine," than a German or *• by Prof. Sol Liptain. distinguished talks of him as a citiaen ^ American Jewish scholar. 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February^W L NOTICE -Jen Ist flcrJcfi&n Page 15 A 'COUNTY. FLOR NCE ,n V n > COl.PHERO, Clfl 'limit ANC VND IDA. 186925 i.ll.l iStrlnJhf, |,. n filed hereb) re.. ,, Answer |n\..i.-c 1 %  ,l„ i Ik before the %  W*' .. ,,l ..II "' l"""' •"otherwise, the .ofM.. .,„., ,,.,,I„twwt Dei %  %  [ erh PrtAUASOFT. na tor Plaintiff i H'Wi ,-h. Florida F*_____ "J^DER FICTITIOUS NA H M ,1'| L |t*'IVKN that ICE* i to MHM dLffVe "regiswr • na,ne Sw nirk of the Circuit Coo* S%OBSB C___AT_ PTUEDMAN < \ FR' f „r Applicant BMC. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDE* FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HERKIIY tllVRN I ha undsi -ini. i. .i.-n Ins to i business under the fictitious name % %  ( RAHBIZON HOTEL POR WOMEN, HI N W Met Mtret i. Mi.in, i. ind nd : laid name with iii. i. i. ..f the Circuit Coin t of I iade i Florida. WILLIAM HOI.MSTEIN ROHE OOLDBTI tiENET A, UE.NET Attorney* for Applicant* L'II Lincoln Road I 10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th.it the iinili reigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua aame • • %  REACH FORMAL SHOP, at 163 Michigan Avenue. Miami Hca.-h. intend to register said name" with ihe cu-rk of t]je Circuit Court of Dad* County, Horlda. HENRY DONNER SAMUEL DONNER LEONARD KAI.1SH Attorney for Applicant* |iw>l iml'ont Hide. 2/8-10-17-24 UNDER FICTITIOUS rl ^:^iWVKNthat ..I ilesl %  *• %  Jt am i '"'''• SB" Jfj M-,iiade N S.IVIK .SAYAS ... f-Kvrvit. t %  % %  I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE In HERKHY (JIVEN that iiin.i. rslgned, d< unrig to ngage in |nde. the .1 ...... ; V ; ( PARTK a WRECKING. N \\ fStb Ktreel ni „..., RUter laid name with the ci. t Court -i Dad, count) LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE the Plortda Attorn*] for Applicant* %  • • I.In. ..In |{,|. 10-17-N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NO! ICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai ...iH" "'-."•'''• *'*'rlni lo engage In bii*ln*a< %  •.d.•• %  i .-i .,,..,,. ,,, KfFST 0 *" '' UKSS OF MIAMI JI10 B.W. 8th Str.. Intend! i ter raid name with th. at reelaOf til '"'"I. '.',".''/ i'H'le Count) I ...ri.l., K.-RT IVVILVMS"" 1 -''" %  %  "-'"'' %  t/fiER.u K '^ y ""'^ '"" % %  "' Ml n l BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ... • nKaue In '": \\ lib \\e[the fieri '•"" "' | .riUKAKIl [KOK DIXON for .' %  'oral U M CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIN CHANCERY No. U7134 [>MK sll"W M.TKR and M, M WEBER Plaintiff*. A. FISCHER. I JOHN A. RIB ind FISCHER, rife, hiv unknown BPOII Itefrtiilants NOTICE TO APPEAR John A I MX ntii H kilraiUIr !7, N i and 'John A rlarher and A If.'. IllB |unlsno.i -i %  ".".: Wth Si Jaiendali :: N Y ni l known tMWi I, nt.-i aaalgna, It**|..'j. i %  • tlui" I lug i tin ouch, un| iove named .,u neraoni lalmlni |h the al>o\e ll" ARE IIKREHY NOTIFIED unit h In ) "'I %  pe<'lflc ni ti.||i.niii. lertj i' iI wit. i.( LIT II. I". IK MIAMI. tig ... tli.-' • In l'l it the PubRi .nty, | HENRY M ireet. Ml original of of the r be[ | ..tii of will Com> l UI be U ni.-. ,i b) WBD ti Miami, hlorlda, this 8th B H I.KATHERMAN, Clerk of i ,-,„,rt i da Bj B R WVNN. I*jut) Clerk IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37208-A In Re: ESTATE OK MEYEK BE1NHORN. Deeean'1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Teuton* Having claimn or I ii-in.i n.ls AgalnM Bald Entate: You. and each of you are h.i.l. You. and each of you are h< r*b) notified and required to present any claim* and deinandn whl.h you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MK.TKK IIKIMIdHS'l 0>eeaaed late of I hide County. I-io.nl.. i.. Ihe Honorable County Judges '..f Hade County, and file the nannin their offices In the County CourthoUM in i>!i,i.. County, Florida, within eight calendar month! from the date of the flrat publleiitloti hereof. Said claim* II, in.N to •ontaln the legal addreaa of thn 731.H of the 1*4.'. Prolwte A.-t Date JanuaiN :i". A D. 19.'>S. I'HIL BEI.NHORN, A! Executor of the Lacl Will .in,I T. -t.i merit of METER J'.i:iNH"KN. 11. MARK 8IL\ EltSlEIN 420 Lin. oln ltd., allaml lieach, Fla. Attorney f..i Exe< utor 1 3-1H-17-2I NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37142-B In T5. ESTATE OF ABRAHAM BLOOM, Deeoaaed To All Creditors and All Person* Having ciaim or Demand! Against Said Eatate: You. and each of you. ate heieb) notified and re<|tilred t.. nrenenl any l.uniH and demand* which you. or either of \ou. may ha\.ag.iliiHl the eatate of AHH Ml \M HI/K).M. dec. %  -.ed late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judaea of pad* County, and file the aame.In their office* in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within ieht calendar moSitlt! from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claim* or demand* to contain the legal addreaa of the claimant and to be aworn to and preaented as aforeaald. or aame will be barred. Date January ZS, A.I>. 1*56. SIMEON SPEAR, Aa Executor of the Last Will and Testament *f ABRAHAM BLOOM. Deceased WEPMAN AND W KIWI AN Attorney* for Eatate of Abraham r.loom 1/1-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 186943 GLORIA KOS8AR HORN, Plaintiff. VI STANLEY H' IRN, I X '• n i.mt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T(>: ST WI.EY lli'RN Balnbrtdce Awnue Bronx €7. New York You are hereb) notified th.n a Com. plain! for i Hvon •• ha* bt en rll 1 again.-t you, end you I |ue*tM to : ,v of \ "in An iw • pi Plead Ini to tinComplain) on the l'l.iintifr a Attorneys, Albion and Greenfield, 2 I'lar-a liiill.lliig. Miami, Florida >., rile the orbimal Answer or Pli in tin ll "' th( cult Court on 04 bel %  the .th i March, 195*. If you fall U> do so. Judgment by default will be against rou for the relief il. inanded bs the Complaint. .., Hornand m Kl r i.i.i. this let day of February If i: B LEATHERMAN. Clerh ol HoCircuit Court By l: B W V.NN. Deput) Clerk (senl) ALBH IN and GREENHELD claxa Building. Miami, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 2/3-10-17-24 ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ..-_ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ngajte In l -"n,';v u ".'! ,r ,""' fictitious nilth.,,,, MELODT MANOR, at 781 E i:.,v all '"r Drive. Hay Hail..,, lal.nd Miami lieach. Florida. Intend to i. K iater said name with the Clerk of the i Ireuit Court of Dndd County. Florid* JACOH J. AVALLENDiHtK OERTRCDE WALLENDORF AMLI.IAM V KIRK ,^.,. t K ATHKH,N,: N. KIRK JOHNSON. LEVENSON t. PERRY Attorneys for Co-partners K09 Hlscayne Hldg.. Miami, Ho. Ida t, I .-24 — 3/2-9 ICE ,' Miami i:..i.-ri. Intend* to regls, with th< n. uit i "olirt of I >adi < i. I KT 1 ,. fin %  J KNET •< 1. I .1 IttOl In tm-ti — 1 | 1 I ll k of I 'In tinIda I "SI ZJE. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT NAME LAW | N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that | FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37071-A tt... undersigned, desiring to engage In i n |; ( ESTATE OF the fictitious name of HERMAN FISCHER Deceased. IIEACH ITBLICITY KERVNOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and All I Is kilts i lil iol I i.-inanUs -\ss id Eatn t • i.u. tunl each -( in.Sjfled and reyulreri to ]*e ilalma and demand* hi< h i ther lA • %  on. ma v ha> •• H > of HERMAN FISCHER, i late ol Dade County, Klo. to the Honorable Count) Judge 1 'nun! |, end file thi -amtheli offli e* in the (•..ntii. i 'ourtn in Dade County, Florida, within calendar months from the date of trie first publication In d* lo conta n the learal dress Of the ilannant *nd to l>. S' .. and presented %  afoi-esaionna Isadora Lifter '; Daniel and Helene Lifter Tree! r nod tor Rheldnn VCoodrow Rubin '-. Daniel and Hel. n. Lifter Trust Fund for Andrew Scott Kuhin H Daniel and Helene Lifter Truat h'tind for Nancy Irene Lifter t Lnett )J. Lifter. Adele Rubin, Joseph I* Lifter, Trustee* for the Above Trust Fund* BENNETT M. LIFTER Attorney foi Applicant* 1 Lincoln Road 2/10-17-24 —.3/2 NOTICE UNDER FfCTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engnrr. In business under the fictitious name of DIAMOND DEPT. STORE, at L'lTs N \v 7th .\\. Intend* to resistor said nan..with the Clerk of the Circuit Cunt of Dade Countv, Florida GEORGE I'lAMi IND 2/10-17-21 — 3 2 Dated F.-i,. 11* 1 \ 10, A 1) 1958. BENJAMIN FISCHER As Exe.-utoi ..f ihe Last Will and Testament of Hem,an I UK' IRGE J, TALIAN'OFF At tot rtei for Executor 17-24 — ft NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY' CIVEN the undersigned, desiiini! to engat huainea* under the flctltloua nam MEItIN TERRACE APARTMB! at 1065 !'2nd Str/et. Hay Harbor Iland, Miami Beach. Horlda. Int-Wl to register said name with the 1 of tinciii-nir I'IIUII of Dade Cou ty. Florida. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, dealrtns to engag* In inder the flctltloua nam. of NEW YuRK DELICATESSEN K RESTAl'RANT, .11 ll Northeast 1st sue... Miami, Florida, Intends to with the 1 'le. k of tinen. mi Court of Dade County, Fli Rl'BIN GREEN STANLEY I) CA1DIN \ t • %  .my for New Fork Dell it< sen .v Restaurant and Ruiun Green t 10.17-34 ;: Z FRIEDMAN & B) Samuel "V.u Shapiro Utornevs for Appll 2/10-17-21 — 3/2 HYMAN LEVINi: JENNIE LEVIN SAMt'EL KAIir SARAH KALI' SHAPIRi > NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN thai th.uaderaigned, delrln*i to 1 ss under the fictitious name ,i sYLVERVS CORONET SHOP, al 626 Lincoln Road, Miami Beaeh, FVirlda Intend* lo register said name srlth the Clerk of the Circuit court of Dad< 1 ., intv. Mori.la. ISRAEL STEINBERG FRIEDMAN SHAPIRO By Sam II. I W Shapiro Attorneys for laram s'lelnberg 2/10-17-:'4 — 3/S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to snjrac* In business under the fictitious name of PONCE TILE CO.. at 720 N.W. 21st St.. Intend to register wild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I i.ide 1 'ount] El.n Ida. OSVALpC. H. TRl'ERA ARMANDO F. TRL'EBA Attoree) for Applicant* M LESTER BAAL IIS Bi.-.-.ivne Bids;. S/17-J1 — I -'-'' ^___^ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. EDITH B. SMITH GORDON, Plaintiff. CSEORGE M GORIrON. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: C.KoRCE M Gl 'RD< N. 1 BKl ...,.I I •• IV v,i^ ^ iV 'in";nv NOTIFIED hi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, d. siring to engage It] hiislm -s unriet the tilltlous nan BEN FRANKLIN CNIFORMS. at 187251 I N.E. I lib Sti.-.-t. Miami. Florida, tH? T £ E T0 CREDITOR* E r, C0 ^ TY JUDGES' COURT '-in* ,^. 0R DADE COUNTY. V I K 11|' SRWLVKRMAN. I,...,,..,I ,' %  •'11'-,.ami All IVrsona Ha> '" 0*1 ', 1 Against said itL", %  %  *a ML* 1 which yon. or %  tb* r I.Hi: sii.VERMAN. d.-1 11,.,,' '' '•' ">)•. Florida. nt> Judgi same in '*> Courthouse %£, *HMn e MSSSS^ '::::" • **$?l Said eight the claim* %  If I* aworn >Vwi 1-1. or %  :•' %  %  %  1, ,,.g '-!l V^M'AN*; MAN l-.st OMnletnuej IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37175-A In R. ESTATE OF MAl'RICE A WEOER a/k/a M A. WEOER, DecMsed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pi Having Claim* or Demands Against Bald Batata: You. and each of you are h. *b) notified and required lo present any .l.iini* and demand* which you. or either of you. ma) have •gainst in* estate of MAl'RICE A VWtKR. a/k/a M A WW5KR. deceased IM Dade County. Plortda, to the Honorable Judge* of Dade County, and ti"the same In then offli e* In the < ount) Urn Ida, h „,.l Answ.r In the oft„....r th. Clerk „r ,he Circuit Court of the .,1 • St vied Court, on % %  bsfori the 1MB S.) of March, IS 1 ,,., confesao iii b* entered "nATBlTal Miami Beach. DmOM County Florida, this 10th tta Feb.naiv. IM UEATHBBMAN Cielk R II RICE. JR. beput) l-ik C.KNET m OENET Attorney* for I'Ulntlff ISO Lincoln Road, Miami ]: % %  << %  *. Ma. I IT-M — N THE COUNTY JU DGES ro C Oy T R J M AND FOR DADE COUNTY. rLORlOA. IN PROBATE No. 3715. ^ %  AlitFlTNTDELMAN Oece, 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS \n Creditor* and All IN '-"''' %  ; claims or Demands Again*! sal.l To Ing K You.' snd each of you ar notified and required too** an) ,,,!.. county Judge* of nd Ml.the same in Intends t" regl*ter a* w Jth tl • 1 iet k ol the Circuit Court ot D* %  "HENRY DONNER HIMPEL DONNER LEON \IM' J. KALISH ... Applicant* Dvil'onl 1 lldg A friend is injured getting out of vour car Does your automobile insurance pay hu medical bills? for K*e answer to ttui, or mny esHer taswronc* ave-ftow Artftur M. Kahn Richard L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street 1 TSf TIAVTICTS, Hartford NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHV tin I, desiring to buslm ih< fli lltlous .... -I Hi; HNACK EAR APACKAOfc HTORE at .-I" N W 7th Street. In,,.,,,1 to iegl ter said name with the el,., k of the Circuit court of Dade Counts, %  l>rl la MAN SCH \CHTEU FRIEDA ll BCHACH Si'HW W.7. f. 7.1 NN \m-:. Building Attoin. A %  j 17-SI hereby NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai th.1,11,1 1 tlgm il. deeliing to engage in business .111.1.1 the fictitious same ol |,|TS UIJHI-II IT I N.E Second Vve. Miami. 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Page 16 A 7) .Friday. Fl NOW OPEN Another Complete Food Fair STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET serving Southwest Miami at 21st AVENUE and CORAL WAY 22nd STREET S.W. 1V2 n:?3 This new Kosher Meat Market and the one on Miami Beach at 19th Street and Alton Road are under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph I Rackovsky and endorsed by the Greater Miami Yaad Hakashruth. Now TWO fine Kosher Markets operated by Food Fair to serve you the finest of Strictly Kosher Meats and Locally Killed and Dressed Poultry at all times. SERVICE AND SELF-SERVICE



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n j £ The Mayor Fortes have reason to be proud of their son, Henrr Devi* B it's at all possible, he's just received another honor. Thi time, Henrfe been elected to the 1956 Seminole Hall of Fame at the University of Florida. This honor is in recognition of Henry's "outstanding contributions to the school." He's a senior hoo ] of business, and the Forers have watched him main1 Straight "A" during his four years of college. 'henry's retiring president of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, as I as retiring president of Tau Kappa Alpha forensic fraternity. Phew • He's also treasurer of Florida Blue Key, and he's member of the UF debating team since entering college. Some fifty '" ,ips attended a board meeting of the Greater imi chanter. National Women's Committee of Brandeis UniverI last Frida> in ne DiLido hotel. Hostess was Mrs. Sarah Lnd at the coffee in honor of Mrs. Oscar Zemen. Mrs. Zemon is national board member of the committee. pjdent of the local group is Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Sunday. Feb. 12, meant a 25th wedding anniversary fete for ind Mrs. Al Wit* and a dinner party at the Biscayne Terrace \ low cut gown of gold lame, accented by deep purple orchids Ithe creation chosen by Irene for the occasion, which over fifty Ms attended [Family and friends traveled from New York City, Youngsn.O. Canti n, 0., Sharon, Pa., Durham, N.C., and other points Vlpthe couple mark the event. Former Miamian Sydney Weiss, i\ Irene's brother, stagged it without wife Edith because of the fnt arrival "f their son, Barry. ... I Gotham TUMI'Blanche Goodfriend was with husband George. rl Siegel and husband Leo came from Durham. Another brothof Irene, Sherbort Waist, attended with wife, Lenore from kni. %  JAI'S side "| the family included brothers Mono, of Sharon, and land wile Fritz, and Albert and Elise Wise, Miami. Sisters and husband Walter Bellen, New York, Julia and husband Krause, Youngstown, Lottie and husband Bill Harmon, Canrounded out the list of immediate family. Many after dinner toasts to the couple included one by Irene's her. Mrs. Rose Waits, who declared the occasion to be doubly pus "because I have all of my children with me." I Al and Irene are Miamians since 1937 and are joining the rge Goodfriendt and Leo Siogels for a vacation in Sans Souci 1. Ocho Rios, Jamaica. >>>> c c c Opera Guild's production of Puccini's "La Boheme" had all appearanceof an opening night last week at Miami Beach Itorium. I at the he-jeweled and many-splendid-gown affair were Sol Lubers, Charles Minovt, Alexander Straussee, Leonard us, Carl Weinklts, Mrs. Henry Broyer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jmit, Mrs. Lillian Eisenberg. Also glimpsed in the audience joyously taking in the lovely png oi Jan Peerce, Hilde Gueden and Nicola Moscona were the Feinsteins, Julius Greent, Eugene Greenfields, Philip Bernns, Mr. R. A. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abets and Mr. and George Bertman. [Receiving congratulations on his outstanding job as chairman lie central planning committee for the Beach performance of I lyric and h< art-rending Puccini opera was David Hochberg, attended with his wife. Also remarking on the performance in the lobby at "let-out" were Mrs. Clement Retrain, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Unger, Mr. Mrs. Milton Weitt, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, Mr. and Joseph Weintraub and the Baron de Hirtch Meyers. [Socialadics turned out in droves last week at the Thunderbird for some splendid entertainment by Jerri (Mrs. Paul) Pollak. affair was in honor of Betty and Jean Keen. iThere wero some 120 women present to roar with laughter punderbird owner Paul Pollak turned out dressed as Mme. |Zsa. Assisting wife Jerri were Mrs. Joseph Ehrlich and Mrs. Courshon—who are sisters-in-law—and Diane Peek. j*rs. Albert Pollak and Mrs. Irvln Pollak were also part of the (•"air. As were Mrs. Stanley Kosoff, Mrs. Beron (Polly) de fh Meyer and charming Mrs. Carl (Esther) Weinkle. >>>>€€€€ ipignifierl and quiet rites marked the recent marriage of Al Fox I'ovely Gothanute Bunny Abraham. I*''* noted in these parts as all-night disc jockey for WWPB. ption followed at the home of his uncle and aunt, the George 4701 North Meridian ave. PvDorothy Krieqer Fink, who recently returned from a trip pel with her mother, Mrs. Moses Krieger, takes to the pulpit Tyevening at Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. Pro'hy win discuss the need for support of the current puied Jewish Appeal campaign. Assisting will be Mrs. Ray T n a "d Mrs. Naomi Stiller. f uial plans for enrollment and campaign assignments at rWi' ran j da ~ ,he drive !" ns through Mar. 25 for the area—will .'u at a Mar 4 breakfast meeting at the home of the %  Millers. T^RI". W ,h or S ani *ation plans are Benjamin Jonas. Philip trt a* 0 Cl,in Edw rd Peyser, Robert J. Tauber, Irving Fox. f B'own and Harry Sh.mit. l'at th d L r en,ertain ed new graduates of their Lear party A ton rd nome witn nc nt luncheon and afterUm,if U r' s was Na,Mh Feinman, winner of a local essay l 'ed. "Are Students Taking the Easy Way Out?" a 5 ? ,h *edding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thev been win ter residents of Miami Beach since Vnd f 6 Stay '" g l 832 Co,lin8 ve r v ersarv r l he i J cob *"••< %  > of Jefferson ave., it was a golden [Mrs. M. r ked a < the North Miami Beach home of their daughka*/u m tr, C oh *"' ,Mt Saturday. They moved here from ay !" Y in 1942. the (jfj c oman s "World The Jlt Bwii s l h IFII' D i riidliiQun MIAMI.' FLORIDA Friday, February "24, 1956 Section B Rabbi Tibor Stern was installed spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation at ceremonies Sunday evening in the Empress hotel. Some 250 persons attended the affair, at which addresses by national and local leaders were delivered. Shown rear are Rabbi and Mrs. Stern. Seated (left to right) are their daughters, Rochelle, Judith. Tikva and Joyce. 2,000 Women Leaders Anticipate Luncheon Unlimited on 29th In an atmosphere supercharged with excitement and anticipation, 2.000 women of Dade county eagerly await the advent of the second annual "Luncheon Unlimited" on Wednesday, Feb. 29. On that day, the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal and representatives of nearly 100 organizations, clubs, auxiliaries and local groups will jam the main floor of Miami Beach auFOUR GENERATIONS—It's Lori Michele Deutsch celeb^ting her first birthday this week with a party at the Algiers hotel, where her mother, the former Barbara Levinson, is shown holding her. Great grandmother Mrs. Dora Levinson watches Mrs Dave Levinson light the giant birthday candle. The elder Mrs. Levinson has 52 grandchildren and great grandchildren, in addition to eight daughters and one son. ditorium to lend their support in the 1956 crisis campaign. The glamorous affair, which usually attracts attendees from all parts of Dade county, expect* to surpass in color and pageantry any single CJA public function sponsored by the Women's Division. Strong representation from outlving sections as far as Coral Gables, South Miami. West Miami and Flagler-Granada area, is indicated according to Mrs. Harry Gordon, co-commander in charge of the Miami-Coral Gables area. Mrs. Morris J. Goldin. co-commander of the Beach, reported that organizations practically exhausted advance ticket books. Great interest was generated locally when word was received that the principal speaker would be Lt. Col. Ruth Berman, heroic veteran of Israel's Defense Forces, who began her career in Israel's military service 22 years ago with the Haganah. Prior to Israel's etablishment. she played a dramatic role in the immigration of the thousands of Jews who arrived in Palestine despite the British blockade. Adding to the splendor of the program, will be a unique dramatic cantata, sung by the Temple Beth Sholem Sisterhood Choral Group, directed by Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Presented for the first time by the 30-voice choir will be an Continued on Page SB



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' Page 2 B >JfeHi5f/fcf^^L Friday, February u a4Ut*t ^0^ Special ^oriics KlDCABBAG t MO APHIS TOP MW MH Vegetable Recipes That are Different Prove Welcome Addition to Meat Dishes By LEAH LEONARD Here are a couple of vegetable recipes that are a bit different and therefore most welcome accompaniments to almost any meat or poultry main dish during these wintcr> davs. RED CABBAGE A APPLES |, i ie.1 abb*** i-oai H • 3 large i.ut n I %  • I %  • <' i bli • noon* i lark bro i '• %  '' 4 •:.. Rhortenliu oil Combine listed ingredient.* except shortening, mixing well in a bowl. Heat shortening or oil in a heavy frying pan and turn in the mixture. Cover and cook over low heat for 20 minutes or till the apple is tender. Serve with meat, fish or poultry. For addul color and llavor. add 3 or 4 tablespoons currant jelly on top. just before ing. Serves I SWEET POTATO PINEAPPLE BALLS i DO i.. .-I.-.1 %  nd n .-• 'i • %  '"-' I'"" t the religious schools will participate, will be held at Zamora Jewish Center on Sunday, Feb. 26. Function is under the auspices of the Zamora PTA. headed by MrSamuel Miller and will lafct from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. supply ol hmncbaked %  *• hand, the kind that can be bake., ,<,, d o. time and stored in the ce cr or refngerator. On, Mft nasty-tasty morsel that can bo .mixed in the twinkling >f treye and baked UQ cool days ll the following: FRUITCAKE SUPREME inoui '"" hopped mist* pound .hread. Mn %  i he r* li'ilvcd or iui*ii '" : :„„ oottlo* nwt*cMno i law %  %  i klll.ll Combine ingredients in the order listed. Turn this into a loaf pan that has been lined with aluminum foil, or i^e pound coffee tins well greased and floured or aluminum lined Bake 1 hour at 350 deg. F. Turn out when cold and decorate with thin frosting and halves of blanched almonds in any favorite design. Toothsome left plain, too! And. best of all. it keeps almost indefinitely Two Card Parties tor Henrietta Siold Hadassah Two card parties for members and fnerwN at the Henrietta Stold .,,.,„„> „f "Hadassah have been Mhcduled l| iollow-.: Mrs. Simon (Jans will be hostess at a lawn card party at 244S Flam tngo dr on Thursday noon. Mar. 1. lira. Fdward Horowitz will hold a canasta and games party at her home, 1009 Bay dr.. on Wednesday noon. Mar. 6. Proceeds will help redeem pledges made to Youth Aliyah, according to Mrs. Ba We t, man. Youth Aliyah chsim, RiDUCtN •• 'hens.,,,,,, Ulchcn ,, ibk JWr Sugar?nel AT FOOD 4 0UG STOR tyt^ <. v>* vrititany bianu other ML m *iI y.^i "l WANT MY MUK n Esfob. 1924 30 TV bun* t i Guaranteed KosherRabbi Jacob Cot*. Hz Mrs. Nat Spiegelman is chairman of a smorgasbord supper by B'nai Brith Women of Mi4 j M ^ WQn Hovel Slated ami Sunday, Feb. 26, 4 to 8 p.m., at Mami Pioneers club, 250 NWN River dr. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Abe Aronovitz end Mrs. Bernard Tytell. Some 500 women are expected at the organization's major fund affair of the year. Seventh in a series of book reviews by the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah will take place Tuesday afternoon. Feb. 28. at the Roosevelt theatre. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein has chosen island in the Sun," by Alex Waugh. Proceeds are for child vocational training in Israel and be sore ifs FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGtNMB Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected" TIL FR 4-262? R^HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN 1 ATIOH8 Good Any Timely Qaen-GtUfi Distributed by PALM D1STH1BUTOHS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th ST., MIAMI 37, FIA. rH0Hl n 3 ^ g66 MM Fat the Yiliain? Read what heart specialists say about it in the Nov. Reader's Difest MMOMJ.A Vf# MONEY MiREAM* and F Mi MIT CAME are made without FAT or SUGAR ASK fOK THE* IN YOUK HEAITH FOOD OR GROCERf STORE Made by Holland Honey Cake Co.,\Aland, Mich. Distributed by C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 161 N.E. 30th STRICT PICKLED, COOKED and SMOKED MEAT PRODUCTS EXCLUSIVE oisrtiftrrots or r sotmt COASTLINE PROVISION CO., IMC 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES: 232? HERMAN PEARL PAT BUB TRADF ^ V A W */. s SERVlNG i MILK CRlAMICfCREA CHILDREN NEED Homogcmred Vitamin "D" M PHONE IE 1-5537 PHONE FR 4-10S1 LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products have Rabbinical Supervision <£&* $&$* M IAT PMt"


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,. Febnary 34, 1956 +-Jel**fhrkMrui Page 3fc /< cinininc fair: U ^e i -tune to underprivili'f\\s all over the world, she ,rD. I*c Powell, along with m ent officials throughout tiori. will issue a proclamain special recognition of the i of ORT to economically and licJtlv persecuted Jews who : rehabilitated through ORT votrainin.^. ion Sisterhood Innuol Luncheon 'irtt annual luncheon of Sons Daughters of To rah was held temple Zion Sunday. The lunchI ml sponsored by Temple Zion kerhood Torah Fund, under the cucn of Mr.-.. Isadore Teitler. wt speaker was Mrs. Saul of Baltimore, national vice bident of National Women's gue of the United Synagogue of %  Italia] dedication ceremony was ibbi Alfred Waxman. ih Shore MV Auxiliary Civil Defense Program %  rs. Milton Koch, president of f North Shore Jewish War VetAt the same time, new members will join the 40,000 ORT women now working to rescue their fellow Jews from lives, of idleness and and economic dependence through the teaching of industrial skills. This year, Mrs Heller said. Women's American ORT has added another project to its intense program of vocational training and social assistance for iU students "At our recently concluded 13th biennial convention. she stated, "we launched a campaign which has tremendous significance for ORT and for the State of Israel. We undertook to construct during the next five years a great new vocational training center in the Tel Aviv-Jaffa area of Israel." The Tel Aviv Center, she added, is a project which will increase immensely the already immense contribution of ORT to the economic development and advancement of the new state. "Its conclusion in the program of ORT in the Middle Cast, in North Africa and in Europe, gives us added reason to celebrate this ORT Day." ORT is currently training 18,000 students in more than 300 installations throughout the free world. Since the end of the war it has Ladies' Auxiliary 677, an-;trained more than 200,000 people. nce> a joint meeting of the post auxiliary, held Tuesday at | Surfside ('enter. t. L Shipman. of the Air Force, red a film on the Civil Defense and Observer Corps. Mrs. Edith t, supervisor of. the Miami Observation Post, and Mrs. Robbtn*. chut observer, were kfrs. including 75,000 displaced persons. Women's American ORT is a membership organization affiliated with the American ORT Federation which currently receives funds, exclusive of membership dues, by special agreement with the Joint Distribution Committee, a member agency of the United Jewish Appeal. MM. OAMtl N. 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The cantata, specially written for the Luncheon I'nlimited program, will trace the close link of Greater Miami women with the women of Israel and Morocco, and indicate how unified generosity, through the Combined Jewish Appeal, extends the hand of friendship to those in need on three continents. "The -Women's Division is responding to the emergency call, and we are confident of overubviniiu^ success,, of Lunchfion CuHtarted." .said Urk. Samel Simonhbff, general chairman of fjlG Women's Division. Mrs. Inez Krensky, chairman of the mammoth luncheon event, reports her committee has received a flood of last-minute reservations by individuals anxious to witness the colorful program. Treat yourself to delicious coffee.. e and steep, too! Compare the flavor New K other Instant Sank* Coffee is all coffee, pur* coffee, blended and roasted to perfection. Compare its delicious flavor with your present coffee. Compare the sleep When you drink Kosher Instant Sonla, you'll eep better. 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I Page 4 B + leistncri one of sober attention to the detailol As people I,,, u [hi into more in! lacl with the purposes am tea ol the libraries, they %  %  the meanin • S I 11 ,i of Jewish Women which ibet This %  • i %  mt of all den i live of th i ,i. • and col for the public i; 1 1 < me ol the ,lu lie preservations and extension meeting will be an exhibit ol of Freedom. The American Libra-banned books' which in th< Association has pointed out that ), n burned or surpressed in over 200 cities efforts have been t., they contained ideas unn the past two years to reacceptable to political or religious Verities as well as to selfand Joit ph Puntov planned and arranged the banned bookl exhibit. fisted by Mrs. Louta Korda. Over a hundred community organuat.ons have ben invitedI to participate m this institute. Mrs. general chairGoldstein and Irving Lehrman is man. Mrs. Burton Mrs. Samuel Berlin are program chairmen. Mrs. Samuel Gertman. Mrs Milton Margulis rangements. Mrs. Wim, m ^ man Is in charge of puhlicjw Tickets for the brunch L Ji secured from Mrs Herman iw Mrs. Harry Schiff. Mrs R„,K JF*' MS. JOSFPH DUNTOV T V w,1! HERBIE'S OF 10CH SHELDRAKE, N.Y. FEATURING OUR FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL MENU Chinese Itolion American Seafood FULL COURSE DINNERS (from 5 to :30 p.m.) DELIGHTFUL LATE SNACKS LUSCIOUS DESSERTS PIZZAS UNTIL 2 A.M. 247 23rd St., One Block West of Roney Plaza ( PH. JE 8-5191 Free Parking Ruthcim! arc in charge of arman and Mrs. Bert Sheuer. Maw Accepting Reservation Far Passover For the Finest Din* A MICHEir KOSHER RESTAURA NT Open Daily 4:30 9:30 p.* 940 71st St., Miami NORMANDY ISlt Opposite the Fountain Take L Bus—Direct to Catering to Portias, Bar Mitivahs Wedding and Social Occasions Mashgiach on Premises F"re Parking Air Conditioned PHONE UN 6-6043 e from n i P\CI the c turies the works ol such men as Confucius. Rebel It Shakespeare. Swift, Voltaire, Milton, James Joyce, Sinclair Lewis and William Faulkner, have been banned, and often authors themes persecuted and punished National Council of Jewish Women that through this Friday Institute they will help keep the path 170 N.w. 5th ST.. MIAMI PH. 97996 clear for the creal Under ^ $, rietM t Supervision of the Central Miami Kashrwth Commission appointed censors of ideas morality. An exhibit ot banned books ialso on display currently at the Miami Beach Public Library HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS Social Gatherings | of AH Kinds %  parties weddings £ luncheons ^ ft receptions fo. .i*rotioni JI I 611 I 1* 1. 2. on the Ocean larcenies 1741Co,lin$A ^ HOTEL MIAMI BEACH MASONS WHY YOU SHOULD DM >AT THE MARSEILLES HOTEL STRICTLY \KOSHER DINING ROOM 1 Because we are approved by both Vaad Hakashruth-Rabbi Jostpi E. Rockovsky and Dr. Rabbi Tlbor H. Stem, Directors. 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ift^tb ^ 2 4 1 95 +Js^stfhrJtfa t lan Program Regular meeting of Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center kill take place at the Center Tuesday evening. Feb. 28. Program for the evening will be rSands of Time.' a panel show on Inrs. customs and traditions from lirth until death. Panelistwill he Rabbi Morton jvsky. Mrs Lewis Pomerantz, Ben Sirkus. Mrs. Nathan ohen. Mrs George Bitterman and S. L. Cohen. Mrs. William Dickson is program Jhairman. with script by National Women's League of the United lynagogue of America. Detroit Social Club Detroit Social club held a Purim party Saturday evening in the Miami Beach Realty bldg., 1065 Dade blvd. Entertainment committee included Philip Sukow, chairman, Harry Gross, J. Gorelick, Philip Vernick and Simpson Rosenberg. ANCUHLO I*AI \\a:\s THt FIHtSl IH llWAHAMlglCAN CUISINE Carrying on a tradition in (Italian Food in Nropolitan Fashion in an Old World Sotting Florentine Bar & Lounge | 147* STREET oM COLLINS AVENUE 0>M Nifhrly 4:30 %  .. to 1 .... It*, Phona Ili-t240 Temple Sisterhood In Bazaar-Carnival Members of Temple Israel Sisterhood will sponsored an all-day and evening bazaar on Sunday, Feb. 26, starting at 9:30 a.m., combined with the annual Purim carnival of the religious school, in the new auditorium of the Temple. There will be 23 booths manned by members of Sisterhood. Brotherhood, youth group, adult group and parents of religious school children. Among features of the bazaarcarnival will be a children's costume parade in celebration of Purim. Chairmen of the project, proceeeds of which will be given to the Temple building fund, are Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Mrs. Edith Ruffner and Mrs. Ruth Perlman. FREE! NEW EDITION OF 24-YEAR HEBREWENGLISH CALENDAR Yahrzeit dates at ft glance! A valuable booklet for every Jewish Home! AH Hebrew a** EngfM latM from 1934 to IMS. AM Jew*** kolUlay%  to 1H7. A aoar odMtaai too oaajo • %  *• t 9m of tto l4-—r W ax — Mi** £ %  %  •Hat toa toaa •• vatoaMa to Wuadrada — adttto.. Itka •>to-. If* la our raa>ra. PW raxr aaav. KM rrito a Wttor m a oW aaaa oi— H. J. Ml I NX CO.. itofrt. Jl flHab-arojti M> "•-, %  tianaham: J( I till ^ontaineUeau 4th AND COLLINS AVENUf. nuns dm TM£ Swiss FLAVOR It Ukes Alpine pastures and Swiss cheese-making skill to produce the nut-sweet, distinctive flavor of Swiss Knight process Gruyere Cheese. Delicious with crackers and fruit. Costs slightly more than domestic cheese—and you taste the difference! Swiss KNIGHT ?y 0, ~J the original Switzerland Swiss PROCESS GRUYERE CHEESE / ARE YOU F A R B I U N J I T ? FREE 1 4 Y. "'I'" ***** *• %  £ K!'il!V **WHMH. fcaiir TU RttNtK T0 *KJ7, NIW YOUJC TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT 7-COURSE DINNER aw, aataa. doaaart, 7^ / STRICTLY KOSHER with Sacramontal Win* QC ^** Ml. HOTCHKISS 3 ,. aria* daaaart. U~m* 11 WEE PARKIN* HOTEL Miami Beach chapter, Mizrachi Women, will hold a luncheon and card party at the Ritz Plaza hotel on Tuesday noon, Feb. 28, according to announcement this week by Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Rose Snyder, Mrs. M. Mostow, Mrs. Rose Lu.stig, Mrs. Ida Wesael and Mrs. Helen Pollack. Mrs. Sonia Weiss will entertain. Carnival Held Here Sunday B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South Florida held a carnival in the Surf room of the Roney Plaza hotel Sunday. Featured were a household auction and hand-made articles. Mother^ OLD-FASHIONED GEFILTE FISH The real thing because the folks at Mother's kaew fish... for three generations they've been raising and providing fish—for your grandinolhdr, your mothtr and now tor yeu. Ready to servo and onjoy! r 'ID rii;. %  %  .GcfllterU* >urvE KHAKI •OH Jatt IN* r iaat tog >ION THC OOOTtia Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue, Miami Bench •ML AMD MRS. GEWWTZ Alt HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT TMI MOTH WtU If OWN KM PASSOVER OUR Norn is will KNOWN roe ITS KASMWTH WE USE ONLY ~\VD CM?; MEAT wfcicfc It um4tr fh* ivoervrsio* of ffct Boifoner Kmbki from Br—klym For Reservations and prices call JE 8-0266 Our kitchen it under personal suaarviiioa. of Mrs. f. Gewirf i ilU' BLUE ROOM i SUPERB DINING 1 PLUS SMORGASBORD Dinnmr Music by 1 CORTEZ t ORCHESTRA j llffi LiQEK 17lh ON THE-0CEAN. MIAMI BEACH SHOWS 10 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 a.m. Mayflower Lounge 1716 ALTON RD., Miami Beach. RES. Phono JE 4-2 i^omnge CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT ODM TM S A.M. NOME OF THE COVERED WAGON VINCE NHST A HIS SWING HARPIST TRIO wifk Cowaia Howall amd Murray Driscoll PAT POULSON at tfco nmm Daactoi |Mr Tht Stars fa n Mto Toa. WM find taii M ei mm* AHai M >i **m OLD HEXKO PATH) L0UN6E BAR COCKTAIL HOUR 4 to 7 P.M. NED BAPtTHLOW — OUitanat



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Page 6B lsbfk>rk**rL <2fn Miss Silberstein I'fens lor July 1 Announcement of the engagement of Miss Louise Phyllis Silberstein to second lieutenant Samuel Roth has been made by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. Silberstein. of Johnstown. Pa. Lt. Roth is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Roth, of Pittsburgh. Pa. The couple plan to be marnec Jidy l. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Wi-tmont High School in Johnstown and attended Temple University in Phailadelphia and Pennsylvania State University at State College. Lt. Roth received his AB degree from the University of Wisconsin and graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with an LLB degree in 1954. He was admitted to pi act ice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and is a member of the Alleghany County Bar Association He is presently serving as I second lieutenant in the United States Air Force as a judge advocate in the legal office at Charle-ton Air Force Base, S Miss Silberstein is a granddaughter of Mrs. Nathan Glosser. of Miami Beach and John-town, and the late Nathan Giosser "a, Frida y, Fet A charming hostess and hrelc-aj givic work.-i j s Lansbursb, wife of the. hotel tycoon. < f she entertain"hostesses" for Luncheon Unlimited at a workshop coffee her beautiful Pinetree dr. home. It's only natural that the wif of the biggest holelmen in town should be planning the bigtZ eon event for the Combined Jewish Appeal in Miami Beach come Feb. 29. One of the most splendid parties of the season was givn Ray Goodmans, of Flamingo dr.. at the Algiers last week Henrietta and Alberta entertained the 160 guests, Henriatt, a red tatfeta with tiers of white lace, and Alberta in a bouL, nylon net. Mrs. Goodman's gown was of blue lace with top and blue satin trim extending into a fan-shape drape at the hack Among guests were Ray's mother, Mrs. Sam Paper, of p irg0 an uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goodman, St. Paul. Minn and lit Mrs. Sam Deutsch, Cleveland. fcn ''ouffiat | Off TO CHICAGO NEW AUKIVALS ANNIVEtSAtlES Weissberger, Glass Plan June Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weissberger. 445 West 42nd SL, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Gemma, to William H.' Glass, son of Mr and Mrs. Hyman Glass. Raleigh. N.C. Bride-efect is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. She attended the University of Georgia, where she pledged Sigma Delta Tau sorority. She was a member of Burdines College Board for two yean and at present is attending the UniversiH of Miami, where she itreasurer of Women'i Resident Council and a number of Judicial ()| .!()SC'j)ll, MI'IILT Board and Sigma Lambda Phi servLast week. Feb. 12. marked Mr. and Mrs. David Hocht flew to Chicago Sunday to al wedding of their granddaughter. Joan Rosenberg, and Martin M feld scheduled for Mar. 11 at the Standard club there The Robert Hammers and their three children, of New Yorka have taken an apartment at 89th st. and Collins. Bob's pr a drill manufacturing firm there. One of.their first social, ments was at the Latin Quarter, where the Hammers were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blum, of Miami Shores. Martin's jalousie manufacturing organization in West Hollywood. The Samuel Lefkowitns have returned to their Byron avt/j from a cruise to Nassau to mark her birthday. A candlelight! ast week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seidan, Kivo Alto Isii celebrated the wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hart, i ried 28 years, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Koven, marriul 32 yean Off Of MOM CANTOR IN MIAMI ... A RKOR0 Royal Palm ave. home of Mrs. Irving Tauber was the site of ai ing Tuesday by Miami Beach chapter. City of Hope. Famed Pinchik arrived in Miami Beach late last week to participate in golden wedding celebration of his manager. Joseph Hyman, wha! at the Essex House here. Hyman brought Cantor Pinchik to l United States over thirty years ago and has been his manager ever > Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kosen. 4485 Adams ave.. entertained i at a buffet supper at their home last Thursday in honor of their: and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Oorald Kooan. Among those resent were Prof, and Mrs. Donald Sprasut, deb; coach at IT of M, Of. and Mrs. Thursdon Adams, dean oi student i ties. Dr. and Mrs. Von Alan Herbert, Charles Liebman, Mr. ana' I Buddy Udell, Irwtn Kischnor, Sonford Kimball and David Selvey. MISS DVORA FINE Triple Celebration Marks Engagement ice sorority. Mr Glaaa is a graduate of the University of North Carolina. He spent three years in the Air Force overseas At present, he is actively engaged in business in North Carolina. The couple are planning to be married in June. Summer Rites for Miss Dvora Fine Miami High graduates Wilma Dvora Fine and Marvin Jerome Hirschensohn will be married this summer. The bride-elect's parents. Mr. Mrs Irving Fine. 979 SW 4th st.. announce the engagement. Mr. triple milestone for Carole S Joseph. Nathaniel Jerome Heller and their families. MISN Joseph's engagement to Mr. Heller was announced by her par; ents. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey H. Joseph. 330 SW 31st rd. It was the bridegroom-to-he's birthday and the anniversary of the engagement of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heller. 1235 Dunad ave.. Opa-Locka. The bride-elect attended Newtown (N. Y.) High School, Miami Senior High School and University of Miami. She was a member of Future Teachers of America at UM. Her fiance will graduate next June from UM. He is president of Hirchensohn ia the son of Mr. and j Kappa Delta Pi. education honors' Mrs. Albert Hirchensohn. 2611 SW 7th ave. At Miami High. Miss Fine was a member of Cisum music club. A member of the young adults clubs of Temple Israel of Miami and Temple Emanu-El of Miami Beach, she is employed by the Dade county tax assessor's office. Her fiance sang in the mixed chorus in high school. An Air Force veteran, he is a member of ry; vice president of Phi Eta Sig-; ma, men's scholastic honorary'; and member of Phi Alpha Theta. his-' tory honorary. The couple plan to be married next August. MISS NAOMI HIMMELSTEIN Surprise Betrothal: Naomi Himmclstein And Gerald Mager Surprise engagement of Miss Naomi Himmclstein and Gerald Mager was announced this week. Bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. | Shirley Himmclstein and the late Max Himmclstein. Jamaica. NY. Mr Mager s parent I are Rev, and Mrs. Morns D. Mager. 4555 North Bay rd.. Miami Beach. Miss Himinelstein graduated from Long Beach High School with honors and won a scholarship to Tobe-Coburn Finishing School in New York. She presently is associated with Benton & Bowles, inter-, national advertising agency. Her fiance is in his senior year at the University of Miami and will receive his AB degree in June. He is a founder of Tau Mu chapter „„„.. t %. ,-. of Tau Delta Phi fraternity in engd emcnt r,n from her fl ncee which he has held the offices of Amon g those present were Mrs. MISS CAKOLt JOSEPH and spiritual leader. Himmelstein, Rev. and Mrs. Mager, vice president of Tau Miss Claire Mager. Gerald's sister, he recently won a naCantor and Mrs. Philip Brummer. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Lcnchitz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert FranK. Mr. and Mel Her Fiance At hYiond's Picnic Mildred Feldman and Eddie Jack Bettinger are planning to be marrhe same young adult clubs as his ried Mar. 24 in DiLido hotel. They fiancee. Mr. Hirschensohn is a stuj met at a friend's picnic at Crandon dent at Davis Institute of Tech-'Park, nology. IvjGUST BROS n Yl secretary Currently Mu chapte tional fraternity athletic award. Mr. Mager has been active in Student Body Government and is now a senior senator of the School of Liberal Arts and Science. He is the Great Southern regional director of Educational Travel Inc., of the National Students Association, and is also on the UM Honor Court and Elections Board. He will enter law school in September. Engagement announcement of the couple came at a dinner cerebra/ MUSS MILDKID KIDMAN Mrs. Max Frank, Mr. and I ry Kornberg. Mr*. Harry Brown. Mr JostflP Murray. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Eisenberg, aunt and Elliot Western and Wech stein. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feldman, 6031 SW 11th st., are announcing,, the engagement of their daughter. I ,or fam,, y ar| d friends at the Mr. Bettinger, 2436 SW 14th st.,, Sterling hotel, when Miss HimmeJis the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac stein received a double diamond $ the home of SUNSHINE FAXONS Tea. U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI (EACH FT. LAUOfJtOALE WEST PAIM BEACH THE N E W Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On MilU River 4 silver Lik* mJSZLflSl Nor,h cIro7.„r J Nemfecfc IMfe, •*••#• ut, iwimm,H 9 Paa-CaaaoJa Stotont* Staff •etiaW Hytic.an am, H J



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fm ,^R^mw iM %  •;** ,4 I i 1 1 %  Hnw" A id more MIS. MARC BOMxf mcinc's Troth bin Marcus* Wing I "etc aBcine Marcus, daughter of and Mr.-. Irving L. Marcus, 99th st., Miami Beach, chose |ntine> Daj her parents' wed[ %  niversary, to announce her Igement. le is the thrice? of David k son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry k 1602 NT. Miami pi. it bride-elect is a senior at lefield School Her fiance, who M three yearin the Navy Air k attends University of FloriBarbttra^iteia WC*4K Mr. Marc K. lionize In a double ring candlelight ceremony on, Sunday, Feb. L2, at the Algiers hotej, Barbara Stein, daughter of Mr. *nd Mrs. Philip Stein, 1130 • 98th st., Bay Harbor Islands, became the bride of Marc Raymond Borneo, son of %  Hr and MM. Jacob Bonne, Detroit. Mich. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. Decor of the wedding was pink and white. Best man was Rudv Chrv stel. Matron of honor was Mrs. Evan Stein,^ sister-in-law of the bride, from Chicago. Joan Fortgang was maid of honor, and usher was Evan Stein, brother of the bride, of Chicago. The bride selected a silk peau de soie gown fashioned with shoulderbaring neckline and traditional point-on hand sleeves and princess lines falling into a chapel train. Bodice of the gown was highlighted with appliques of peau d' ange lace accented with seed pearls. She carried orchids on a Bible. The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, where she was a member of National Forensic League. She received her AB degree at the University of Miami. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and was a copywriter for Television station WTVJ. The groom received his degree at the University of Michigan. Tau Delta Phi is his fraternity. After a sit-down luncheon at the Algiers hotel, the couple left for a West Indies cruise. J wwiding date has Wen set. Terroce Hotel 1 as SHe of Pageant |ltmore Terrace hotel has been fted as the site for the 1956 l Miami Beach Beauty Pageant, ding to a joint announcement this week by Harold Rosen, pdent of the Miami Beach JunChamber oi Commerce, sponI of the event, and Michael J. jey. managing director of the tording to pageant chairman [Glasser. now that the place has chosen, the committee will Martin Lezer and Phyllis Debor-' ah, children of Rev. and Mrs. j Jacob D. Katz, were honored; 'recently at a reception in Roy-| al Hungarian restau/ant, 731 Washington ave. Martin's Barj iMitxvah and the sweet sixteen 1 I birthday of Phyllis formed the I joint occasion for the celebra-j tion. ^ Appointed Drive Chairman Here Mrs. Bertha S. Hurwitz has been appointed by the Alumni Association of Columbia University to be chairman of the 1956 alumni fund campaign in the State of Florida. The drive, which expects to raise $50,000 for the New York school, is part of a national campaign which will run from the middle of February through April. Mrs. Hurwitz is a graduate of Hunter College, Hebrew Teachers' Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and the New York School of Social Work. She served as an assistant field director of the Red Cross in Australia during World War II. She is marriea to ur. Joseph J. Hurwitz, of the University of Miami faculty. Frances Lazarus Is Sweet Sixteen Mi$s Frances Lazarus celebrated her sweet sixteen birthday with a supper dance Sunday evening at the Colony restaurant. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray LazatUS, 3l$0 SW^26th st., she waj^hbirored %  by wjne 175 quests, v/nd attended the function. Frances is a junior at Miami High School, where she is a member of Anchor club and engages in debating activity. She is president of Debs chapter, B'nai B'rith Gills and vice president of the Florida State region. Frances is also recording secretary of Phi Sigma Tau Council. Sweet Sixteen for Miss Cynthia Bott Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott, of Miami and Nassau, Bahamas, this week invited 170 friends of their daughter, Cynthia, to celebrate her sweet sixteen birthday party with a supper dance at the Algiers hotel Feb. 25. Sweetheart of Hurricanes A.Z.A., she is also a member of the Phi Sigma Tau Council, Debs BBC. chapter and Anchor Club of Miami High. A junior in Miami Senior High School, Cynthia spends her sum mers at Camp Carlyle, Hendersonville, N.C. MISS FRANCES LAZARUS North Shore PTA Schedules Carnival MUSS fRANCINt MARCUS devote the major portion of its time in the selection of beauties to compete for the host of prizes and a spont in the Florida elimination. EJWIN CAMPS iff. 1919 JBrh Uar PORT JIIVIS, N.Y. "OOftfSSIVf, IOUCATIOWA1, NON-COMMMCI41 CAMPS Id,ml for J.w/i* Boy, mnd Olrl,, 5 to I m Land jnJ waier sports; aesthetic activities; resident doctors, nuiscs; Sabbath, dietary laws observed; cultural influences. %  •tes: $420. Srnd f,r detcriptirr ormemurr Hui 7-3545 *• PSchoolmon, Dirmrtf. 71 W. 47th St., Ntw Yarfc 36 Miami School Sets Purim Festival Annual Purim ball of Miami Hc' brew School and Congregation will be held Sunday evening, Feb. 26, I at Electricians Union Hall, 1659 ,NW 17th ave. David Kleber. vice president of the congregation, is chairman of the affair. Featured will be night club entertainment, with music by Mai Malkin and his orchestra. Mrs. Michael Blank is in charge jof tickets. Mrs. Robert Schweitzer is in charge of gifts. Mrs. Milton iWeiner is in charge of the journal, assisted by I. Goldman and Mrs. I Ben Sokoloff. PTA of North Shore Jewish Center will hold its annual Purim carnival Sunday, Feb. 26. from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Highlight of the celebration will; be a grand costume parade, with the carnival featuring games, rides and refreshments. President of the PTA is Mrs. Masquerade at Beth David Louis Mendelsohn. Chairman is Mrs. Reva Friedman. MISS CYNTHIA BOTT Working on the committee are Mrs. Franklin Nankin. Mrs. N. Pozin, Mrs. A. Gelfand, Mrs. J. Saifman, Mrs. Robert Bloch, Mrs. Martin Kurzweil, Mrs. J. Jacoby, Mrs. I Lapinsky, Mrs. M. Joseph, Mrs. E. Rosenfeld and Mrs. H. Weitzman. ttlU A. ,; •• AUiES ,/onV he a *lare i<> your telephone Attend Meetings Go Shopping *kjy the Beach Bathing Take thot Trip Visit Family and Friends WE WILL ty&rgit YOUR rno\i F0R YOU, IN Y0UI NAME """•S A DAY, RECEIVE AND DEIIVE1 MESSAGES n 8 0 7 2 1 School Children feted PTA and Sisterhood of Coral %  Gables Jewish Center will present a Purim carnival at the Center on 'Sunday. Feb. 26, for religious I school childien. LttaaH*iOTHB*M*^" EASTEA SPECIAL | LADIES' & MEN'S SUITS fAadt to Meosure We Furnish Material SINGIE TROUSERS MADE TO 0ROIR $1t 225 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone FR 3-9*36 Civic Orchestra Slates Masquerade Miami Beach Civic Orchestra will I present its 1956 debut costume and ; masquerade ball Saturday evening, M;ir. 3. at Miami Beach auditorium, < Best dancing couple at the affair will be judged by Elliot Field, of radio station WKAT; Shepard Broad, mayor of Bay Harbor Is-1 lands and president of Mercantile National Bank; Morris Lipp, assistant city manager, Miami Beach; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, of the Dade County School Board. Judge Kenneth Oka. small claims Purim will be highlighted at 1 Beth David by students of the rel' igious school with a masquerade party on Sunday morning. Feb. 26. Carnival sponsored by the PTA has as its chairman Mrs. Homer Rieveman. Ticket committee chairman is Mrs. Jack Geyer. court, Miami Beach; John Proctor, general manager of Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce; Samuel Rivkind, executive president, Miami Beach Hotel Association; Miss Esther Gritz, Better Business Bureau; Ray Sterling, local businessman; and Samuel Halperin, Miami Beach city councilman and president of the Beach Chamber of Commerce. OrMl Colonial and Traditional Furnishings Interiors OPEN Mon.. Fri.. Sat. Eves. 765 N.f. 725fh Sf. Ph. ft 9-0244 HOUSE Of PKTUR15 k^iv?nr ,,on M o : d :;n e pri T?:dUion^ Framed — Unframed 1 Picture Framing — Dry Mounting Repair* Open Mon. A FrL !§*•" %  4237 ilseoysso IM. P*. 04-4O12 RE-UPHOLSTER. SOFA and o9 > |£JCHAIR UP INCLUDED All Work Goaronteeo* S5.00 Down-Easy Terms FREE ESTIMATES — PICK UP — DELIVERY Ph. 89-0217 BISCAYNE DECORATORS DAILY AND SUNDAY 4333 N.W. 7th AVENUE A-1 Employment Service J7 N.L Slfc SI PR&f%  • &f •I AL MEIDeNBEKQ. 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fJewMrtorHton jacy May Be Perfect-But Can Work for it | |y RALPH BUNCH! L is widespread knowledge |*orld of the imperfections Lentan democracy, of the Katie racial and religious Twhicb weaken our unity our strength. We know fere are these imperfections. hk about them; we face them t mdeed it, is a part of our *j h -UW -in the democratic w fV* o ur society, we are -j to point to our shortcomHy'ei it Is unfortunate that Le there. Our enemies, of I exaggerate; we couldn't extern to do otherwise. But to fiends, and our friends are these imperfections are eos to me that our answer je, and it is the only answer [is in a democratic society. trt every possible effort to Ute un-democratic practices D-democratic attitudes, to do M m can to close the gap M oiir professions of democud our practice of it. fisflleinh way that we can our maximum national j and unity and fully disI our international responsi[s. In these critical times, i must do. We cannot afford See 1 r fc"t Me NAT GANS Ft 3-4616 HI 6 9981 Ull MUMAMCl MUDS Life Inwronce Ce. f S.W. JW ki*.-"M 5 Paiiis"| Page 9B IL1 GREEN PIAOTFOOD On Your Lwn? iac mult* can be obIfztm this rich plant food i contitni minerals that [help k**p chinch bugs oat r lawn. Sold exclusively iUGHES [SEED STORE Mieei Ae. n. 19 2401 CtffTINCS TO All Hilton J. Landry II4LT04 KM S.W. 8th SHUT ( %  > • fraitj *"* MO 7-2S74 T0 *U • GREETINGS 1 M AUTO SERVICE SttVKt STATION •KHFIUD PRODUCTS JMricitiaa Tire l^i'i 1 *•*• NO. RIVER DRIVE I'm Brown '•sue 9 9377 1 h Itfart Too flu. Out mPEIGH to. ^IrtAieeee A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK Charles "CHUCK" Hall REAL ESTATE 1205 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH ] GREETINGS VENETIAN NURSING & CONVALESCENT HOME rot ALL rm CASES 1408 N.E. BoysHore Place MIAMI, FIA. Phene ••7440 NATHAN K. SPICTOR WVING BERLIN Aimlmistrtfn SAVOY HOTEL "Open Yecff Around" • ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS • DOWNTOWN • HOMELIKE 251 N.W. Second Street F>k— FR 44142 Greetings To All &f QUALITY SERVICE MIAMI BAGEL BAKERY TELEPHONE NE 54441 1938 N.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI 35. FLORIDA Florida Seafoods, Inc. MilTfNOS TO ALL OUK MINDS AMD ACQUAINTANCES JOE STALLONE "Per Better Htefffe fat Man Seates*' 401 S.W. lit AVENUE PHONE FR 44401 SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS ... BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS WALKER CASKET COMPANY 288 NX 67th Street Phone PL 8-8715 -r* SERVICE QUALITY GOOD WILL "GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" Distributors Ltbbay. Owana. Ford Glass Co. Insulux Glss. Block 1601-1619 N.W. 7th Ae., Miami 36, FlerMa F*ea. T-75B1 MIAMI 3. FLORIDA TO ALL SEASON'S RlfTWCS FENIMORE APARTMENT HOTI 1200 EUCLNf AVtNVi PHONE II 14411 YOJMT TIAWSFER PROBLEMS B^fefii* TRANSFER CO. 1147 N.W. 32nd Street PkeoeFR 44788 TO ALL... GREETINGS 1 ASPHALT PAYING COMPANY Phone: MO 7-2551 Box 786. Coral Gables. Fla. "A fritmdlf Bmmk" HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK (Member oi F.D.I.C.) 101 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH. FLORIDA Telephone TU 88431 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Fields kusiom Kovers AUTO SEAT COVERS TOPS. ETC. PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 2341 N. Miami Avenue PIMM PR 3-2344 J BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS •JLI ALL DADE PAINTERS. Inc. J] 4642 W. Flogler Strttt Phone 83 9060 w\ TO ALL GREETINGS Woody** Texaco Service Lubrication Specialists — Gas • Oils • Battarias • Tire* "Service with a Smila" 470 M.W. 5fb STRICT WIO* FR 3-4S38 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS y* ^Florida Builders Service, Inc. 100 N. E. lit Ave. Miami, norida TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY FLORIDA MACHINERY CORP. Contractor Equipment Woodworking and Metal working Machinery 316 S.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE PHONE 94)647 WATOFAVING CO. CONTRACTORS ROADS SIDEWALKS 1 lUlJf. W. 54lk Street Phoee 4S-271S MIAMI .% %  i I .H... t l i MI l % %  %  %  % % %  % % %  — • %  I



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Peg* 10 B +jtwUti*hrX#>n Purim and Joviality Begin WlgW^g^^ Tracm.onally. Jewish life has. ..„ amano hren." In Italy it was P""^ ^^ lines were been sober and temperate. The called • Azhai Haraan ^cbetween the sacred and the Hebrew calendar abounds with Aiooho ism b a social problem drawnbe "~ n l !" ^.sterou-n-s, many festive day., but hi>tory has ^ £oun P^ 1 £SJj£ MeSah Svice. To rhe centur.e< of per.e,, %  sctn in > -CR .ur,jef* fa* the Je^"^^.""feStah reading >* cution an! th> Jrceeta.nties of life r,- h au Ita-tassviW this th.s day the Me ^ !" !" a '* reSttJJratpepul spirit" !h0 {act U,., B whole miracle !" P*J ^^S£Si\ U l restrain, upon the jew^ Even ol Punnl y oearioa edI t hrotg ^^^.^S^of Sm hihappier holidays have been cewim>: va-hti loet s.onal "*""" lsn) he year when kj, toe banquet At times the hewronaneai n u.e ^ n ^ a 8 an, ; vna ; CU e cadl idenl during the „* Talmud .MegiUahTR states on bounds that JJJWJLrittoTS .ration of Purim Purim "a ** ^ on £* l^'" a "if .1 • ,g„ the year, but on Purim he „<. difference between "Cursed is occurrence in the IpWMt Bt to his pent-up emotions H amar r "If"** IWSTlJL^SStll. u the year the hfe of the j^ b no better ami* I* 1T38. when the ~^*"££ and free from ir k ,han this peculiar were calledlin mo c J !" £ Hoover. Rabb. Hoa which was beating on **""*"> m he allowed himself a short Userte* who the famous-each time the name of Haman was per.od oi escape, one day in th • --.ulchan Aruch." mentioned. .... .,:,, : veai It tree to permit p, -hat the rabbis did nut A custom prevalent in the MMthe luxury of indulci: .. :h at one must get drunk, but d ie Ages av that Of writing tnt hfe nereb given rise to fal i asleep, and because he is mentioned boys and young men Form not know the differwould hit the stones against each found in the Book of ence between "Cursed i> Haman" other or stamp their feet on the Esther it.-elf where is prescribed and Blessed is Mordecai." floor until the name of Haman was | sending Of portions .me to anThe Talmud relates an unusual erased This custom was begun by, Here, narrative about Rabbah and Rabbi French and German rabbis in the men) "ther zem who spent a Purim feast tothirteenth century, who based the lays special food* became a ge ther. They became mellow, and practice on the verse "Thou Shalt feature of the observR a bbah arose and cut Rabbi Zera's blot out the remembrance of AmaThe custom developed in the throat (apparently without actually Ink." (Deuteronomy 25:19). They ~end del killing him' On the following da] rninH an p JM 15 B foods to]he prayed on his behalf and re neighbors and friends and to make vived him. The following year. Rabbah said to Rabbi Zera. "will The -!'••'he poor usually conyou come and we will have the ections before the McsilPurim feast together?" He replied: lah ary. in the -\ miracle does not take place on %  e a p!at< ,,, : occasion." Kuppah." into I( jj t() ^ remcm be r ed that in lhe ages put, Jewish life did not draw tnbutions. These gifts are ind l ^ i pre-ent the ancient the line between religious and lect Hashekel." or half of the ular activities. Thus, there arc the realm. Today.these found sacred Hebrew hymns as •ebons m American >>nawme ^ £or purim There are es are usually turned over to the Jewish National Fund for its %  ——--%  --— %  "————---%  —— TO ALL • • BROTHERHOOD GREETTNGS m ^m •I. Hovnton Gribble North Miami Tax Aeeeesor SEASON'S GREETINGS from Leo Adeeb Chevrolet 15 flAKS ON MIAMI BEACH 540 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEAC TO ALL .. A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK Transport Rental Systems, Inc. 511 S.W. 3rd AVENUE MIAMI. FLOB Phone FR 4-3942. 9-7859 fold-pi i %  in Israel. ce Purim is S joyous holiday, celebrated with feastingThe • %  meal i^ known as udat Purim." the Purim feast. 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i **•** tonrrtfi Page 11 B is Slumbering Industrial Giant; Says OF Dean Weil •Florida is a giant and 0 { an industrial beyond the scope L-ESVILLE m industna threshold of hfvond the -cope of jSfSKU a?s*a tor for the Engineering dastrial Experiment Station. In Asking for the appropriation. Governor LeRoy Collins explained that the I'^leral ftvemment has spent TO ofniofi (fdltars fin atomic power A industrial Expert-, Burin* the coming five years, ^g and industrial ^ hundre(J m |1|on ^^ Kates most outstanding K on the uses of atomic As director of the Experiicution and Dean of the Col' ftgineering. he is charged -responsibility of providing eary research and trainfengineers to bring such ex•to"' ,.r u Weil, who during World J was instrumental in the pment of the time-proximity faculty advisor for Pi i Phi fraternity on the U of os and an active member of J B nth. having appeared at |B'rith state conventions. He letding role in the conof the university's Hillel (some two vein ago. ,on. Dr. Marvin Weil, is a rician on Miami Beach. tyja's greatest handicap in exj industrial operations is its [cheap heat for processing. | Weil points out that the J mineral resources have •ontouched" and yet Florida 175 percent of the nation's Florida also produces of the nation's ilmenitc Bile, ores containing titantonium and hafnium. But, I these ores are mined here ist be processed elsewhere of the lack of heat availI Florida Legislature put the pi the nuclear development nog the 1955 session when propnated $500,000 for the bment of the nuclear reacsevwill be spent solely on reactor research Dean Deil also points tothe fact that this future industrial expan sion will be accomplished without smog, smoke or polluted waters as has occurred in other industrial i-wa* established in St. Augustine Jamestown was next. Then came New England with its vast water power. Next was Pennsylvania with its coal resource*. Oil was found in the Weat. But Florida's lack of water power and r.f fdasH fuels has been a handicap that hataken almost three centuries overcome," the dean added. Uranium is the material now usually used to operate nuclear re actors. Where will it come from? Dean Weil points out that while to did not have cheap and plentiful power our historical priority did us no good — industrially," Dean Weil explains. "The first settlement in America areas of the nation. "Because we no rich deposits have been found in Florida, deposits are listed in a 1954 U.S. Geographical aerial •ufvey report for Bradford, Clay. Columbia. DeSoto. Dixie, Lake. Marion. Orange, Sumter, Taylor and Union counties. These areas showed abnormal radioactivity indicating uraniferous phosphate deposits. As recently as last January, surveys reported the finding of radio active material in Nassau, Charlotte, Lee, Hardee, Manatee and Sarasota counties. Ph. §4-0651 nm I7 N. E. 7UT STREET MIAMI. 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Page 12 B TO ALL GREETINGS TYRUS T. TRIPP 1520 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD Greetings To All Skagseth Your friendly Stationery Store 114 N.I. 2nd Ave.-82-4611 7936 N.I. 2nd Ave.-Pl 8-0511 3979 N.W. 24th St.-NI 5-6581 1507 Washington Ave.-JE 1-0894 HOLIDAY GREETINGS II on sor Company. Inc. Fire and Casualty Insurance Florida Ilond and Mortgage Co. Mortgage Loans 4 Investments IIouKor Really CoInc. Real Estate — Property Management First National Bank, Miami Phone FR 3-2648 FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY 732 DuPont Bldg. 6915 Red Rood (212 Red Sunset Bldg.) MURRAY'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR Mr. ond MM. Maurice $omwl and Doujhter, Cynthia 1712 M.W. 36th STtKT PMONI Nf 5-341 TO ALL GREETINGS WEST INDIES FRUIT COMPANY 605 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Phone 82-8473 Purim Commences Saturday Evening Continued from Pape 10 B commentary on the Vferse found in the Mi.lrash which explains It to mean "even from wood and stone. Haman was a descendant of the Amalekites. an ancient foe of the Israelites. A barbarous desert people the Amalekites attacked the Israelite* during their journey from Egypt to Canaan. The assault was carried out in the form of a sneak attack from the rear and included wholesale maB8KN of women and children. As a result, the [sraelitCI were admonished by Moses to blot out the remembrance of Amalek when the opportunity would present Itself. Some years later. King Saul led an expedition against Amalek. but he did not fulfill the commandments to utterly destroy them. It was Saul's failure to completely wipe out this ancient foe that made possible the future Haman. Theatrical activities were generally regarded too frivolous for Jewish participation. However, during the days preceding Purim all types of dramatic performances were permitted. Purim dramatics ran the full gamut from folk comedies and buffooneries to full-length serious productions. Even as far back as Talmudic times, there is known to have been certain spectacular entertainments as part of the Purim observance. In the Geonic period, the Jews of the Orient celebrated Purim with dramatic presentations of the Friday, Fi Andrew Miller, noted philanthropist and vice preaj, Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifta, Brooklyn, N.Y. I will be honored at a testimonial dinner Sunday evenii 26, at Waldman's Crown hotel. Shown left is Rabbi I Briskman, member of the Torah Vodaath faculty, now I the area to help make plans for the testimonial. Miller j treasurer of the Jewish Chronic Disease hospital in! and treasurer of the Pride of Judaea Children's Home. TO All SEASON'S GKHT1NGS SQUIRE'S PURE OIL SERVICE Primptmiit It Our Motto •oed Service — lepair Work Tire sad Battery Service Con Coffee 1 ft ami Ddhufd free 3721 W. FLAGLER STtEfT •hen. 13-1407 MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY. Inc. Complete Abstract Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH incidents in the Scroll of Esther. These amusements continued through the Middle Ages. However, the real Purim play, the popular "Purimspiel" did not make its appearance until early in the eighteenth century. Oddly enough, the story of Esther and Haman were not the only subjects presented at Purim. Dramatic groups also presented such titles as "The Sale of Joseph," "David and Golith," and similar subjects. Because the Purim story is one of the most dramatic and best told stories in world literature it lends itself easily to dramatic presentation. In the past couple of hundred years there were annual productions during the entire month of Adar in the key cities of Europe. Among the more popular of these productions was "Haman der Grosse Judenfresser." 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However, oi i Jew laughs at his trouble.] has become the symbol I many Hamans who have I destroy the Jew On I remembers that poetk jm taken care of all of Israeftl from Pharaoh, even until | As he reflects on the and hatreds of history realizes that Haman has 1 merely the sport of Jrwisl| sters who crack their i Synagogue on Purim nujnt^ why it is not hard to the prophecy of an who said that even if all tkl holidays should disappear.] will survive to be observed! TO ALL A MOST HAM HOUtAI ROME MATTRESS] Sam Reisaer, Max Sooti 11 2027 N. MIAMI AV Phone FR 3-N21 1759 PALM AVENUE, HI A IE AH, FLORIDA PH. TU 11434 TO OUR MANY PATRONS. FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS IRWIN GRAIN COMPANY KENDALL, FLORIDA FEEDS FERTILIZER FARM EQUIPMENT LAWN MOWERS Phone MO 1-5*00 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS L. L POWELL & SONS REALTORS 1656 Lenox Avenue Phone JE 1-3357 TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. WESTERN MEAT COMNC. WHOLESALE — HOME FHEEZF 2122 N. W. 7th Ara. 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* 'JewlsB fhtkhafj Page 13 B Against Bias be Kept Up %#;; %  uust remain alert as ^totalitarian throats BnoTher ,or1< >f the ?L b BlaiMcin. honorary Rt* American Jewish Lind memlHT <.l the U.S. LtothelN tenth CenerJbly, warned in Miami last 1 the P : ovoment and the I "1 ""iEnjl.ind-"n" laint hut „ -both %  the Jews in uflrie^ : irld" H ''"' DuVal Announces tor Leqislaturfe • have some strong and effective allies-among the responsible leadership in these countries." The Baltimore industrialist addressed a dinner meeting of AJC'sl "arvie S. DuVal, 39 years old, Miami chapter at the Seville hotel, farmer assistant state attorney! presided over by Col. Mitchell Wednesday announced his candiWolfston. The dinner was in tn >uVaI (a a native son of the event Wa* the installation of Jlr P'neer family of Hugh F. DuVal Kurt Pciser as chairman of AJC's r and Leila DuVal, Miami chapter advisory board. The Miami chapter is headed by* Judge Harold B. Spaet. and David KIceman is chairman of the executive committee. Troy Haigler Seeks Dade County Commission Ppst Troy Haigler.' veteran tax con suitant, Wednesday announced hi> candidacy for county conimi District 1, in the primary election %  ossibilitv ol the revival in May. in \\. .tern Ger who have lived in Dade county since 1908. He is married and lives in OpaLocka wijh his wife and two daughters, where Itfl la a member )f the Methodist li ireh. J. DuVAl He attended local public schools, graduated from the Uni$ J MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd it Phone MO 1-8201 >A^^ M H>^^v^\^^^^^A^^^^^^^'k^N^A^^v>^^^ n ^\^^^V^A>^V. HAKVIl %  MB k Bl r out, i that in For the past 11 years. Haigler versity of Florida, receiving a dehas been engaged in ad valorem tn in "Kriculture, and later re tax research and governmental d a law degree at the I'niver. sily of Miami. 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Nor* Rivor Driva 1711 Miami, FUrMa TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS GREENLEAF & CROSBY JEWELERS 1000 Lincoln Road Palm Beach—247 Worth Ave. '***'*** %  %  'v~~~-www*wwww*ww w wrw r-ww~-w**m UttEETiNGS When In Search For Definitely Better Furniture and Home Furnishings At Reasonable Prices Remember The Name WOODRUM'S OF FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND FINEST HOME FURNISHERS AIR CONDITIONED NORTHEAST SECOND AVE; AT SEVENTY-THIRD STREET 1*1/ MIAMI Phone 84-1625 dive-bomber pilot, and for two year* daring tinKorean War. being awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and six air medals for combat. He is now the commanding officer of the Marine Reserve Jet Squadron stationed at Opalocka. DuVal served as assistant state attorney three and a half years, as trial prosecutor, and while in that office wrote the legislative bill which created the Criminal Bureau of Investigation, establishing in Dade county one of the first scientific crime laboratories in the South. He has also served as municipal judge and city councilman of Opa-locka, and is actively engaged in the practice of law with Harry W. Prebish. Anticipating the continued exceptional growth of Dade county, he expects to campaign "on a progressive platform of bringing new industries and increased tourist trade to South Florida, making adequate provision for the public schools, less expense in government by elimination of overlapping functions, opposition to any increase in taxes, greater assistance to all agricultural interests, without the return of milk price control, and to better the conditions of the working man." Paul Knowles Will Run For District One Constable Paul E. Knowles, a Florida State Police Academy graduate, announced Wednesday he will run for constable in District 1. Knowles said that if elected he "will do all in my power to promote justice" in Dade county. The candidate attended Miami schools, including the University of Miami. 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Page 14 B rjewlsfifhridtori Friday, 5^5 *\ Services I^G^t^l&*Housw_Of Won TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening service.at 8:15. Public school teachers, prin cipals and administrators of the students at Temple Israel religious school will he guest-.-; Rabbi Jov. pli Narot will preach on; "The challenge to Kducation." Reeep Uon follows. Steven Posner will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturda] morning services at 11. Cantor Jacob Bornstein renders the mu.-ical portions of the liturgy. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening sarvfcei al 5:30. Saturday morning wrvfces are at 8:30. Rabbi Tibor Stern will otiiciate and dix.ii>-: "Casting Your Lot With God." Rev. Maurice Mamches renderthe musical portions of the liturgy Daily serviceat 7 and 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. Purini festival begins Saturday evening with reading ot the Mogilla at 7:15. •:. • *• BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening MI viceat 6. Saturday morning -,iuccare at 8:30 Rabbi Arie Becker officiates and discusses MIAMI SYN COLN ROAD A G O G U E S N Orllw GREATER ACU OATH ISRAE! HEBREW INSTITUTE^HISRAaioNGMOATION I IT,lr.,.v.. — %  ^r,-a ; %  : !, -t. CoMMTvatlve. Kabbl BE1 NORTH SHORE ^•^KJU" TEMPLE BSTH JHOLOM 4ill I '""' MANU EL-'K". Wa-hUurion ... Cona.rv.ttra. Rabbi Ires* ... .1 ,. ... NCOLN ROAD Washington .v. T Lstarmat"CMtor Pfcitlp Brrn BELOW L BABBI JOStPH NMOT "Tht Challenge" thai, will become Bar Mitzvah. MegiUa reading is Saturday eve ..t 7. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening Israel Invincible" Class in Talservices at 5:15 At the Lite -ervice. mud precedes the -ervice at 8 Clan m Bible will be at 5 p.m.. followed by SbalOS Seudo-. Mr and MrJoseph Swartz are hosta Purim party is Sunday evening in Bloomberg hall • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold 8:30 p.m.. Sam J Heiman. chair man of the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, will be principal speaker and discuss: "'My Trip to I-rael Rafahi Jonah (.'apian officiate-, with ( antor Abraham Seif rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning servFriday evening services at 6. Saticeare at 8 3.1. Cantor Mo-he Kutirday morning -erviceare at 9. i der Gross officiates and discusses the Weekly Portion Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. fol I ed by ShaloSeudo-. MegiUa reading is at 7 30 p.m. Sunday services commence at 7 am. with a reading ot the MegiUa. Daily -i rvices are .it 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. 4! CAKDULIGHTIN6 Tim Aditr 12 6:01 p.m. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening .-en ices at 8 15. Rabbi Abramov.it/ will discuss Oil* Victims." 'antor Edward Klein renderthe musical portionof the liturgy, assisted by the choir under the directions of Eli Samuel-. Saturday morning services are at 8:45. Harvey, son of Mr. and Air., JuhuRichman. and Harvey -on of Mr and Mrs. Irving Kolchner will become Bar Mitzvah Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. • • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening ices at 6. Saturday morning ices are at 8:30. Rabbi -Joseph Raakovsfcjr will officiate anfl dil You Are to Teach." At 4:30 p m., he will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha iat 5 15 p.m.. owed by Shalos Seudoand Maariv. MegiUa will be read at 8:30 p.m. Daily services are at 7 30 a m. and 6 p.m. HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening service*, dedicated to Brotherhood, at 8:15 Rabbi BoriRakovsky will di-cu--A Revival oi lh „, orthodox. B KNESETH^SRA^CONGREGATION-MK. KueHd .V.. Orthodox. Orthodox. Kabbl JoBaliM Alexander rJro. Orthodox. Kabbl an Judaism. Kabbl. Abraham TORAH TEMPLE-IM Waal ava. uiui Loul CORAL GABLES ^OAI CABLES JEWISH CENTER- Palermo v. COR Morrl op cinior Irving *& %  Mori>*• I rnnifllt ll /..uni.ra .v.. Liberal. Rabbi Conservative. Rabbi B. MIAMI Orthodox. Kabbl DOWNTOWN BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-ISNW 3rd ave. A „' O'LTV WOOD and FT. LAUDEROALE TEMPLE BETH 6HOLEM OF MOLLYWOOD-1721 Monroe at.. Hollywood. 7'ona.rv.tlve Rabbi Samuel I^rer. '"'',". OF HOLLYWOOD S0SS folk t Hollywood. TPMPLE EMANUEL OF FT. LAUDERDALE-1801 So TEM ^ L "d!*u" .Reform. BAbbl Ma,.,,, hM HIALEAHMIAMI SPRIN ConaervaSouth Andrew* ave., Q 8 CENTER—9il Eait 4th .ve. I'on-evit-kv w 1! -.I!iti;ite. Rabbi's class ,. Mayer is at 5 p no Mm. V i will be at 5:30 p.m., followed bv ShaloSeudos MegiUa reading iSaturday eve ning at 7:48 ami Sunday rooming at 8. Thiithe IB A .n *>se*i> late Frida\ even fog -e. Da HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH aerVai w R*bb I-H. Rackovrtj NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL-137 NE lth St Re'-rm. lUbbl Jowjph Narot. Rabbi TE 1a,-b Ka|,U.. Rabbi Km.r.tus. Cantor Jacob Bort*""; Tl „' TH QPAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER 6000 North Miami ave. "'caMarratlv! Rabbi Abraham H.raon. Cantor Albert Olantx. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION-1J2..1 N W 7th Mfc FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-.O NW l.t pi. Conservative. Kabbl Leo Helm NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER—1SSI0 Went Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry ukollc. Cantor Mauriie N.U. NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION —l4th at. and NE 11th .rei „u.s.r\alivi-. Kabbl lsaav l.erer. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION EMI CafBl JV BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE—2^i BW 3rd ax.Conaervatlve. Kabbl Vaaknv RoMnberp. CJuitor William W. UfraMK BETH EL CONGREGATION — 500 BW .. :, •>•. Orthodox. Rabbi 8hmary.hu T gwlraky. Cantor Loui;ol*paBawa ISRAELITE CENTER—3lS SW 2lh -• iTB. Kabbl Morton Malavsky. Cantor Samuel SalU-> I • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND ', .ORFCATiON SW ::h mv*. Orthodox. Kabbl Slinoo y\|-r-: .•:..i>i(-,e i.l i tMT W E E r M • • >i'. \ :.-.! Waxman. mg the choir. j 0 n ft ter of Mr. and Mr>T Brown, will become Br with Oneg Shabbat foil ed by Joan'.parents ,„ Saturday morning sfrvifT 8:30. Megilla w.f, l? day evening at 7:3o morning at 8. read | and "MPLE i.ON .V c^mes Bar Mit.-v.;'1 our-Overcoming I a r a e I' s Enemies." -ervices will he :l I p.m. %  Mi 5:50 day m<> %  :3'l ..J-J p ni. .. Sabbath Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6 Mincha will be at p.m. TIFEREIH ISR Xi_ NORTHSIDE CENTER wi I hold Fridaj evening -eivice.:it 8 30 Rabbi Abraham Her-on will officiate and preach on the topic: "Memory Image" Cantor IxiuiGarteifaaus TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENhold Friday evening services at TcP will hold Friday evening'8:15 Rabbi Leon Kronish will of-< i vices at 8 15. honoring Brother ficiate and disease: "Do Religions hood Week. Rabbi Morris Skop Fight Each Other?" Saturday will officiate, and Dr. H. Franklin. morning services are at 10:45. B1TH ISRAEL C TION will hold Friday services at 6. Saturday services are at 9. Rabbi I Rottman will preach on dpi ly Portion Class in Bible u. 4:30 p.m. Mincha will he jl p.m., followed by Sh.los Daily serviceare at 7.30j 6 p.m. MegiUa will be urday evening at 8 and morning at 8:30. ISRAELITE CENTER f Friday evening -onicc^at! 8:15 p.m. Rabin Morton will officiate and preach topic: "The Purim Parness, chairman of thji committee, will lead the tee as host at Oneg Shabbiti day morning services are i Cantor Samuel Salkow res musical portions of Mincha will be at 5:30 pj lowed by Shalos Seudos. of Megilla is at 6:30 p.m. morning services are at • • • MONTICELLO PARK GATION will hold Frida services at 8:15 Rabbi Isaac j will officiate and discuss: Must Not Forget'' United j gogue charter will be for sented to the congregate] urday morning services Purim service and Megilla I will be at 7:30 p.m Purim i continue Sunday morning: Special program for chih lows at 10 • • • MIAMI HEBREW SO CONGREGATION will r evening services at 6. morning serviceare at M bi Simon April will preadMJ topic: "Brotherly Love Changed Decree Cantor I Kelemer renders the lions of the liturgy. be read at 7 30 p.m. D< are at 7:30 am and 6 p.a. • • • TEMPLE B'NAI SH0LI NW 183rd -t will hold ning services at 8:15. Rev., Edwards will discuss; Guest speaker will be JudgM renders the mu-ical portions of the Williams, of the l'niver-ity of Mia-'Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted mond Nathan in a di liturgy oneg Shatmat follow.-. >>. will be guest speaker. Maurey Dy-art. will become Bar Mitzvah. .. The Dlgr ,itv of Man" Ca sponsored by Mr. and Mrs Milton '• Ashman, ex-barker of Variety' ( a ntor Samuel Kelemer renders ; G rossr) r g renders the mm Perlman in honor of their son u ""' ?" (M T ak r neE Snabba t Mhold Friday evening services at Wi ii' hold Friday evenml o i? o S I evemn L R imkea ^" rd ay mornin ***** 815 Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz will L ,. c-turdav morningi 8 30. Rabb, Dav.d Shapiro w,U are at 8 30. Sermon w.ll be ha-ed officiate and discuss "The Role a t 5M n r h, will be fl The Ten Commandments on the Weekly Portion Mincha iof Modern E-thers MrW.l-l""* at 9 MmC in Our Atomic Age." Cantor Yehu•'> S M D m followed by Maariv dah Heilbraun renderthe mu-ical an 'i the Purim festival. Megilla will portionof the liturgy Ellen, b* read Saturday evening and Sundaughter oi Mr ..nd MrImriK (,a > '""rning at 830. IBM 15aMitzvah and • deliver i sermonette Saturday AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW morning services are at 9 Megilla INSTITUTE will hold Frtdaj ave wiUbe read Satur-lay evening at wng lervien at 6 Saturday mornand Sundaymorning at""8' Rev Da,,> ,0rn ^ ^ 8 30 Rabb, Rudolph Brill readers the musica. TEMP. P 7.nu „ w ,, c V. rT W '" Preath ,he ,op,c ,M,r,l n ^ of La,.,,,. Mwe dir ^. Rabbi IS INTIKSTED IN A THAT COUIO W FII10S Of *5 c.M.,. ir^uate, -Hh^-i.9 r*z£* M. M73, si^ is.



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+Je*tolincridBan in jit,**** 1 19 "'*" tfir Croise lo Israel c Queen f ederica l h 'mounting evidence from t, Serins tourseMOM m. r l h i ir the Home L.nes h c Ur,l agents in the '£, for the S.S. Queen r. rftJu week revealed a K 'ein bookings for the teeich e U. -n time ^Passover holiday, this sailtf uie S.S. Queen Frederica L planned to prov.de the £,0 Israel with all the leaTd a luxury cruise en route. attractive accommodations, ar d activities and special Zs on a strictly kosher cuimntions for this Passover Tare still available in limited jandmaybemadethroufh [travel agents. i6 Announces Office Lph A. Boyd, Jr., Hialeah atannounced here that he tic the Democratic nomifor state representative for | county in Group 2. Boyd *n city attorney of Hialeah past four yean and la presI the Hialeah-Miami Springs ciation. is a former state corner of the American I-egion, rincr and is active in relicivic and fraternal groups dc county. He helped organhe Hialeah Miami Springs er of Commerce and is now id vice president f i> 39 yearold, married and with his wife and four en at 91 To-To-Lo-Cbee dr., kh. id stated that he will sponsor pnd. constructive program for onda with particular emphathe importance of securing ade county itfair share of Moline tax for road construci stated that he will actively | "for equitable reapportionand stated that the pro167 senator reapportionment "not the proper solution to oblem" Page? 15 B ird School of Music Ml Piano, Accordion and Pte Courses Taught by sional Teachers, HACLER ST. PH. 9*033 HX siHvin:s *WT A CAR f!5 p, r Week %  5c per Mile ti BW'S RENTALS fLAOLER Ph. 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TAKCE • literary Agent • Publk St.no 420 LINCOtN RO. • Motery • Translator JE BABY SITTER HtALlH POLICE CARD Owe Transportation Ph. MU 8-6047 SUFFOLK DETECTIVE BUREAU Offices: Now York, Miami. Confidential private investigation. Call UN 6-0759 24-HOUR SERVICE TOM SPAGNOLO fine Custom Tailor Formerly with Arthur Cohen Fifth Avenue, New York City 1454 LENOX AVENUE Off Lincoln-Road Ph. JE 1-3423 HYPNOTISM TAUGHT (Pli.D) Psyche-Theropy and Neurotic Problems Evenings 6 to 7 Phono MO 4-2101 UPHOLSTERING EXPUT FACTORY WORK at lowest prices in town. Give e> e trial. Free pkh op and delivery. Phone for free estimate. BISCAYNE BEDDING 5451 N.W. 17th Ave. Ph. Pi 4-4404 Dancing LEARN TO DANCE WHY envy others when yew com bo the envy of others? 20 private dance lessons $45, taught by attractive experienced instructors. FR 4-1541. 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ED SHAW, JE 16719 JE 1-4719 BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA 79TH ST., BISCAYNE BLVD. Room 208 on the Mezzanine Tax Returns Prepared By Former Revenue Agents CALL FOR APPOINTMENTS •99914 44-72*5 BUILDER OFFERS INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED HOME 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, spacious living room, Florida room, built-in kitchen, tile roof, torrazzo floors, central hooting. See this unusual value today LOCATED AT 1500 N. I. 13TH PLACE GEORGE DAWSON BUILDER FR 4-2221 42-2424 21,000 ACRES NEAR OCALA Cattle ranch, game preserve, tree farm. Beautiful Springs, good fishing, 2,000 acres improved pasture. In the heart ef Florida horse brooding area. Low ttv.es, good terms. JOHN B. STADLER ITS MIRACLE MILE PH. 83-2568 Hi: AL ESTATE In New Department Store Area2 Stores in Prominent Location REAL ESTATE EXAMS SALESMEN flO, Brokers $20. Simpli. fied homestudy course. Questions, answers, arithmetic. Why fail and wait 3 months for new exam ARTHUR E. WISE, C.P.M. 3620 S.W. 20th St., Miami. Florida Established 1946 Ph. 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PL 74430 Lucie's Health Massage Studio MASSACf • CMOfffCS • SHAM BATHS Resident Caffs All Appointments Day Tin** Only 417 41st ST., MIAMI BEACH Phono JE 4-7740 KEOTA'S STEAM BATHS Massage and Steam Rooms Ko§itiored Help 2331 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 82-4880 Perrine Real Estate Co. 90 acres of high pine land. 2700 ft. of roed frontage. Between Coconut Paler and Plumber Dr., wast of Krome. $1*00 per acre with terms and releases. WE HAVE LOTS OF OTHER LISTINGS Perrine Real Estate Co. REALTORS 17931 S. Dixie Highway Phones 817-9221 — 817-7226 BUY TODAY' 20 Acres on Lucille Drive, S.W. of Homestead $675 per Acre Terms or Cash ROBERT E. SCHIM.TE, Broker ACREAGE SPECIALIST 5704 BIRD RD. PH. MO 7-2078 Dolores Lee's Health Salon 1427 N.W. 54th STREET PHONE 89-0090 Annette Massage Salon Swedish Massage Steam Baths MEN A WOMEN TREATED Hoars 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sun. to 3 p.m. 9720 N.W. 7th AVE. Ph. 89-9213 Stratton Mortgage Co. 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Located 1 mile from a lovely tourist city, only 30 minute drive to Daytena Beach area. Beautiful lakes are* near by". Ideal fishing and* hunting country. WYMAN ATKINS, Realtor 89-1935 84-9346 YOUR INCOME TAX J. E. MARQUA PREPARED CORRECTLY BY FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART !" 0 H H?'rT,'ZZ Op.n 9 .m. to 7.30 p.m. 1



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Page 16 B 'JMlstiffcrMto^ Ballet Russe Will Perform Here The University of Miami will present the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo for three performances on Friday evening, Mar. 16, at Dade county auditorium, and Saturday matinee and evening, Mar. 17, at Miami Beach auditorium. Igor Yousekevitch, one of the great male dancers of all time, is returning to the company in which he started his career. He came to America with the Ballet Russe in 1938 and appeared with it as premier danseur until he entered the United States Navy in 1943. He joined the Ballet Theatre in 1946 and has been leading dancer of that company to the present time. Alicia Alonso. first Latin American dancer to become a star ballerina, will be dancing with the Ballet Russe for the first time^ for many years prima ballerina of Ballet Theatre. Miss Alonso has also her own company in Cuba which annually tours South and Central America. Igor Yousekevitch was born in Russia and moved to Yugoslavia at an early age. H was an active, participant in athletics and waa a member of the Sokol team at the Olympic games when he attracted the attention of several dancing stars in Belgrade who persuaded him to study ballet. Alicia Alonso was born in Ha-TJ vana and i today one of Cuba's foremost citizens. Friday, p rVfoi Boll Ftai^ tow 1 Beth £| **" El S.sterhood annual Purim ball tU urday evening. Feb. 25. A Purim p| ay will ^ ( by members of 1^ ^ B'rith Girls, site is „ hall, 800 SW nth T For your I 1 T and the year around New! Sun sweet Cooked Prunes — ready to serve TA'AM GAN EDEN Made from the finest apples in Apple Land MOTTJ \ 6auuc£ Til 1 MOTT'S FAMOUS KOSHER PRODUCTS / / Rich, natural Suns weet Prune Juice no sugar added Rich, natural ttotf s Apple Juke no sugar added I Juice UMDIR STRICT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION K


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 24, 1956

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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l^wiisltUEItDipidliiaun
Combinlnq THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^730-Number 8
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 24, 1956
Price 20
Iministration Charged With 'Deception, Gross Incompetence'
Richards Flays State
Department By-Pass of
House on Foreign Affairs
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey Wednesday-
accused the State Department of "either designed deception or gro-%
incompetence" in connection with the tanks sent to Saudi Arabia. At
I the same time. Rep. James P. Richards, chairman of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee, accused the i
Of. CIOKA IOSIPMHAL
WILLIAM tOSUtWALD
WILLIAM WAKBUKG
6S0 LIADERS EXPECTED WILL ATTEND BEACH CONFAB
lotional UJA Campaign to be Launched
Here With Josephthal Main Speaker
|iited Jewi-h Appeal kicks off its national cam-
Sunday with a meeting in Miami Beach at the
iv hotel. Dr. Giora Josephthal, treasurer of the
Agency for Palestine and head of its Immi-
Absorptmn Department, has come here from
alem expressly to address the meeting.
SHORT OF COMPLETE REVISION
's Immigration Proposals Not
Satisfactory, Says Sen. Lehman
National UJA officials in Miami Friday indicated
that this is "the most fateful nationwide campaign
since Israel's establishment in 1948." UJA general
chairman William Rosenwald will preside.
The conference will inaugurate UJA's 18th annual
campaign, which seeks fulfillment
of two goals totalling more than
$130,000,000a regular goal
amounting to $105,283,435 in be-
half of the United Israel Appeal,
Joint Distribution Committee and
New York Association for New
Americansand a special fund
goal of $25,000,000 plus for the ex-
clusive financing in Israel of re-
DHICAGO (JTA) Senator
rbert H. Lehman charged
"day that the Eisenhower
pministration has not publicly
gnized the 'chief evils" of
McCarran Walter Act. Speak-
I before the Decalogue Society,
organization of 1,500 Jewish
orneys and judges, the Senator
the Eisenhower proposals to
f'se the immigration law "came
ng way in the direction I have
en pointing for four years."
he added, the President's
Dmmendation and the Watkins
ting Bill, which have been
introduced to carry out the Presi-
dent's proposals, fall short of the
complete revision that is needed
to eliminate the "hostile and sus-
picious spirit" of the law.
Sen. Lehman condemned the
Watkins Keating Bill for retain-
ing the national origins quota
system, which discriminates
against prospective immigrants
on the basis of race and national
origin.
He criticized the retention of
the distinction between natural-
ized and native-born citizens
which are left intact in the Wat-
kins-Keating Bill.
State Department of treating the
House like a "weak-minded illegiti-
mate son" on foreign policy mat-
ters including the Saudi Arabian
tank issue.
(The New York Times reported
from Washington that State De-
partment offiicials gave considera-
tion Tuesday to the early sale to
Israel of at least part of the major
weapons she asked for three
months ago. "No decision has been
reached primarily because of re-
ported differences within the de-
partment on the issue. But the pos-
sibility of the sale of some arms to
Israel is expected to be put before
Secretary of State Dulles this
week," the report said.)
Democratic Presidential aspir-
ant Adlai Stevenson speaking
Wednesday in Chicago said: "The
situation in the Middle East is very
critical, and I think this is a good
time to keep cool. While I do not
know what our government is do-
ing, I assume that it is not unmind-
ful of Israel's peril and is actively
seeking peaceful solutions of the
mounting tension."
18 MORE TANKS ON WAY
WASHINGTON (JTA> Congres-
sional reaction was sharp this week
to President Eisenhower's reversal
settlement programs in behalf of I sunday 0f a State Department em-
bargo on the shipment from New
York of 18 tanks destined for Saudi
Arabia.
The tanks were "accidentally dis-
covered" late last week, when men
Continued en Pao* 6 A
the mass of immigrants pouring in
from turbulet North African coun-
tries.
Thousands of Americans in cities
from coast to coast have already
contributed more than $21,000,000
Continued en Peg* 2A

I
ADLAI STIVtNSON
SOVIET BOMBERS IN FRIENDLY UMBRELLA OVER NASSER
Israel, Egypt in Sharp Policy Statements
LONDON (JTA>Every bomb dropped by Egyp-
tian bombers on Tel Aviv will be answered by two
on Cairo, Maj. Gen. Yigal Yadin. former Chief of
Staff of the Israel Army of Defense, declared here
Tuesday night. If Premier Nasser of Egypt decides
to attack Israel. Gen. Yadin warned. "Jerusalem will
be defended on the banks of the Nile." Gen. Yadin
spoke at the opening of the 1956 Joint Palestine
Appeal here. Ambassador Eliahu Elath also spoke
at the dinner. _____
CAIRO (JTA)Egyptian Premier Col. Gamal Ab-
del Nasser made known Wednesday that if war devel-
ops between Israel and Syria, Israel will be attacked
by Egyptian forces. "We consider any attack again>t
Syria an attack against Egypt," he said at a gradua-
tian ceremony of air cadets which was marked by a
demonstration of nine Soviet bombers flying over-
head.
Col. Nasser told the audience that he expects war
with Israel this spring.
ISRAELIS These youngsters from North Africa pour
. scroll of the Book of Esther. Jews throughout the world
fcv e? Megilla starring with the Festival of Purim Satur-
bmnn "T Traa>tional jeers will meet the tale of the tyrant
pr9 Jgand Jy will mark the friumph of freedom. (See Sec.
URGENT PLEA FOR SUPPORT VOICED BY HOSPITAL OFFICIALS
Mt. Sinai All-Star Jubilee Thursday Eve
An urgent appeal "for the greatest concentrated
effort ever" was sounded this week by Mount Sinai
hospital's president Max Orovitz when he asked all
members of the board "to get out and sell Jubilee
tickets as never before."
Orovitz was referring to the hospital's sixth annual
all-star show, set for Mar. 1 at Miami Beach audito-
rium, with Ed Sullivan as master of ceremonies.
The president's call for action was based on Jubi-
lee chairman Howard Kane's report on ticket prog-
ress. "They are moving but not half as fast as
need to meet our $175,000 quota," Kane told the
board of trustees and committee chairmen, "By this
time last year we were in sight of our objectives and
substantially ahead of our present position."
The hospital's deficit is the result of its many free
and partially free services to the medically indigent
of the community, along with funds expended on
training programs for residents, nurses and internes
Continued on Paee 3 A


Page 2 A
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University Group
To Honor Abbell
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Abbell will
be honored at a reception of the
Greater Miami chapter. American
Friends of the Hebrew University,
Saturday evening, Feb. 25. in the
home of Mr and Mrs. Harry Rubin.
800 Lakeview dr.
A nationally known realtor and
philanthropist. Abbell is advisor to
President Fisenhower on discrimin-
atory practices in government em-
ployment.
He is a director of American
Friends of the Hebrew University
and a member of its board of gov-
ernors and a member of the execu-
tive committee and vice chairman
of the board of overseers of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America.
Hostesses at the Saturday affair
assisting Mr. and Mrs. Rubin will
be the Mesdames Max Dorbin.
Herbert Shapiro. Frances Miller.
Harold Jaffer. Esther Cohen. Lavi
na Wildbaum. Samuel T. Sapiro
and Miss Sara Berkowtz.
Mrs. Oida Rubin, president of
the Greater Miami chapter, said
Wednesday that a feature of the
reception will be the premier
showing of "Of Time. Space and
Hebrew Universitj
Zionists Schedule
Rabbi Shubow Here
Rabbi Joseph Shubow. of Boston.
Mass., a former chaplain with
the) Armed Forces, will be pnnci-
pa k-peaker at a special meeting of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
Tuesdaj sventa, Feb. 28, at the
Eden Roc hotel.1
Also scheduled to speak i- Mrs.
Mae Weinstein, pre-ident of the
Had.. .'.na] group.
A special program illustrating
the work of the local youth com-
mission has been arranged by Je-
e Schulman. director ol the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth Com-
mission. Filt> children ranginu in
from LQ to 16 years will depict
various scenes ol American History
in which American Jewish youth*
participated
Saul (ienet. Beach ajltorney. il
chairman of the meeting.
National UJA Drive
Launched on Beach
Continued from Page 1 A
to this years e.imp.ign of the.
Unit. 1 Jewish Appeal despite the!
fact that the UJA is not scheduled
to open its 1956 nationwide drive
until Suday afternoon.
This was reported here la-t
weekend at a meeting in the
Saxonj hotel ol the OTA* top (.Hi-
rers, who heard from Rosenwakl.
,,i N.w York; Joseph Holtzman,
Detroit; Morris W. Berinstein.
Syracuse; Samuel H Daroff. Phila-
delphia, national I JA chairman;
nnd Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman,
the Appeals executive vice chair-
man.
Samuel J Heiman. chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal of
Greater Miami, welcomed the na-
tional group to this area and re-
ported that the local campaign this
week expected to surpass $1,000.-
000 mark in its drive for $1,390.-
000
The nationwide campaign kick-
Brofherfcood' is Their Theme
l.outve Branded.chapter of Am-
erican Jewish Congress will mwt
Monday noon at the Algiers hotel.
Theme of the dessert meeting will
be "Brotherhood.' Film scheduled
is "Cm We In- Immune to Preju-
dice '"
Jday._Februo
off Sunday will come at the final has launched jts
session of a two-day national inau-! drive from Miami
gural conference to be attended by year's drive i,, ho ,hf^
more than 650 campaign leaders half of refugees and '
and contributors. This will be the Jews in Israel, F.uron.
eighth year in a row that the UJA countries and the United'q
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nt Appeal for Support Voiced by Sinai Jubilee Officials
dint
their
Unu.d from P* 1 A
.,.,,, greater research,
..tienl clinic
hI 5ide ol the redger.
f!tJebf1ghoM shmv ..f all
big .1 a. have already
rtttsenl to our pro-
Franklin, and our enter-
;j chairmen. Jerry Baker
il Bruun- The American
,! Variety Artists has given
Lte approval of its members
EJcipate without charge at
lJbbi.ee." -,,,
..menu of comm. tee
.n were announced at the
meeting as follows: Joseph
[and David i-evinson, hotel
Dr. A r Holleniler, chair-
l phyicians.
assisted by Drs.
Ik Sherman Kaplan. J. Har-
wk Harold Rand. Louis
itlj s. Charles Werblow;
Burack. transportation; Ad
rt; refreshments; Mrs. Louis
r'wefoen's Auxiliary; Mrs.
U A. Shaw, office volunteers',
lr. Samuel Marks, telephone.
vill be Sullivan's fifth con-
> service as head of the
n His previous four efforts
" in more than $500,000
_th la-t year's $160,000
j"l* high for "one night
jnt Sinai's Jubilee is its only
[raiting drive each year, bal-
|of its deficit being met by
tater Miami Jewish Federa-
"Jubilee Jills" and Gene Baylos, who will appear for the sixth
consecutive time at Mount Sinai Hospital Jubilee Mar. 1 in
Miami Beach auditorium.
Jubilee Jills' to Reign Over Sinai Fete
A pair of. Mount Sinai hospital nurses. Loma Githens and Joan
Frederick, have been designated "Jubilee Jills" to reign over the all-
star show on Mar. 1 at the Miami Beach auditorium, chairman Howard
Kane announced. The young ladies hail from Allenrown, Pa., and have
been registered nurses at Mount Sinai for the past two years.
All chairmen of the Jubilee will meet during the coming week to
discuss a concentrated effort on ticket sales, Kane said, as he indicated
that about half of the $175,000 goal has been reached with only a little
less than a week to make up the balance.
SW Franklin has been named producer of the Jubilee for the sixth
consecutive year. "It looks like the cooperation of stars and hotel and
night club owners will make this the brightest show of ail time," he
stated. Jerry Baker, local representative for AGVA, stressed that his
actors' union Is completely behind the hospital's sole fund raising event
of the year.
Ed Sullivan, whose efforts in the past have helped raise more than
Gerstein to Run
For State Attorney
Richard Gerstein, former assist-
ant county solicitor, is a candidate
for the office of State Attorney. .
In making his announcement
Wednesday, Gerstein stated that
he would conduct "a hard hitting,
straight from the shoulder cam-
paign designed thoroughly to ac-
quaint voters with the importance
of the job to be done."
Gerstein's supporters this week
said that the candidate "has prose-
cuted more than 150 criminals be-
fore juries in the past three years."
Gerstein revealed that "my own
record includes 17 convictions in
18 bookmaking cases, and I have
received letters of commendation
from Attorney General Richard
W. Ervin, juvenile authorities and
law enforcement officers."
Gerstein Is vice president of the
Young Democrats of Florida and
Loyal Knights of Miami Elks lodge
948, a member of the American Le-
gion, and in 1955 he was president
of the .University of Miami Law
School Alumni Association.
During World War II, he was a
navigator, flying bombing missions
over Germany and received the
RICHARD SERSTE'N
Distinguished Flying Cross and Air
Medal, as well as the Purple Heart,
as a result of being partially bond-
ed by enemy flak on a raid.
in Farrell Win-
Brahms Work
en Farrell. the great drama-
Jprano who electrified Miami
KM last season, has been re-
el this season for a pair of! half a million dollars for Mount Sinai, is expected to arrive Feb. 27.
Frances with the University of
Symphony Orchestra, along
IWalter Caasei, baritone, in a
rmance ot Brahms' "German
)aa under the haton of John
A number of performers will fly down with him.
Cherubini's "Medea." which prov- In her performance with the
ed to"D* sJ-nwrWIii an exper^- j Symphony here on Mar. 11 and 12
at the Miami Beach and Dade coun-
ence that by" "public demand the
_ performance was repeated to a
pat November. Miss Far- ^ .
peimt at Town Hall Irtftew soW-out house with standees on
City in a performance of Nov. 26.
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be heard in a group of three songs
by Richard Strauss in addition to
the Brahms "Requiem."
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Friday, February 24, 1956
Volume'
Jubilee is Community's Chance to Serve
Mt. Sinai Hospital will hold its sixth annual
Jubilee of Stars at Miami Beach auditorium
next Thursday evening.
This by now traditional affair started out in
!::3asa means of assisting Mt. Sinai to defray
the cost of its operation over and above the
amount annually given the hospital by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Since that time, Jubilee has scored nn im-
pressive series of successes with these yearly
all-star extravaganzas, contributing significant-
The First Plateau Reached
Combined Jewish Appeal this week reached
the million dollar mark in its drive toward the
SI,350,000 goal for 1956. This is certainly good
enough cause for Miami Jewry to express pride
In its spontaneous outpouring of generosity.
3ut it is also a dangerous time. For, inevita-
bly, the flush of achievement dulls the edge of
cmbition, and a glance at today's news should
be in itself sufficient warning that the million
dollar mark is merely the first plateau in the
drive toward fulfilling CJA's 1956 program.
'.n a word, there can be no let up now. Prin-
cipally, the attainment of SI.350,000 would not
tcke into account Miami's commitment to the
United Jewish Appeal for 5375,000this area's
eh are of a national S25.000.000 emergency fund
cempaign to assist Israel in canying on with
her immigration program for Jews of North
Africa.
We have spoken in these columns often
enough about the significance of the Jewish
Spate's current dilemmathe allocation oi
virtually her complete national budget for de-
fense, with the hope that American Jewry will
cccept the obligation of financing her immigra-
tion needs. We have also spoken often enough
here of the political-military significance both of
Israel's defense and immigration programs as
en aspect of her "cold war" with the Arab na-
lions.
This, in itself, should have been sufficient to
indicate the need for assuring our most com-
plete participation in the 1956 CJA campaign,
cs well as in the local S375.000 emergency fund
drive. But the central issue here is the Israeli
dilemma upon which we have here touched
end which can only be solved if Israel's as-
sumption is correctthat American Jewry, and
we as part of it, can indeed be expected to
carry our share of responsibility.
Now is the time to affirm the value of our
sacred trust, for the life or death of Jewry's
dream overseas depends upon us. Give to
Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal. Help CJA
leave the million dollar mark far behind in its
drive toward yet higher achievement.
The Cantors Among Us
Jewish Community Center will mark national
Jewish Music Month with a concert Mar. 4 at
Temple Israel. Special emphasis this year is
on Ernest Bloch, whose 75th birthday the world
of music is currently celebrating.
But the concert will in a large measure also
pay tribute to the many fine cantors in our
midst. They are, of course, a principal force in
this concert, what with their effort expended in
training the choirs which will appear here.
But in a larger sense, the cantors are the
traditional repository of Jewish liturgythe true
core of Jewish music which has come down to
us through the ages. It is through their effort
that this liturgy continues to be preservedand
to be augmented in our time by their creative
~ent.
to the ever increasing cost of medical re-
search, teaching and healing programs at the
hTh'sal community is rightly proud of the
achievement Mt. Sinai has made during the
brief number of years of its ex1Stence. Already
a center of vital medical study, of international
research seminars and with a reputation for
progress in dealing with dreaded killers like
heart disease, Mt. Sinai envisions an even
brighter future ahead.
An example of such vision is the new Mt.
Sinai Hospital scheduled to be completed on
Collins Island, adjacent to its present site. This
will be a modern medical center in every sense
of the word.
It is clear that Mt. Sinai has brought both
progress and a sense of health security to our
community. It therefore behoves us to support
Mt. Sinai in its Jubilee effort-the one single
time each year that we are asked for help in its
behalf.
The rest of the year, 24 hours a day, Mt Sinai
is on an eternal vigil, prepared to help us when
the need arises.
During The Week ...
a *
fty LIO MINDLIN
*
They were a lot of foolish peoplethe Zionists who dan,
frenzy about the ship carrying eighteen tanks to Saudi ArVv'l
threuRh the 8B VparUWW Willwould, indeed, have a^
reversal by the President within forty-eight hours. For anoth
would recognise the increasing harm they are doing Israel '
The President's reversal was designed to show the Zion/d.
especially the Arabsthat our foreign policy in the Near Em*.
all one sided. Those of us interested in the fate of the JewLV?
were Rippoaed to see in the initial embargo a strong pro-Kraei
emanating from Congress through the inviolate, sacrosanct hallc*
State Department. For the Arabs. Mr. Eisenhower's decision or.
bly made on the golf links of Georgia, might be construed as iv!
ministration rejection of Zionist pressure in the name of obiechwli
manipulation in the Near East.
As it in. no one was fooled but the Zionists, themselves f,
will be increasingly fooled so long as they permit frenetic dem*!
lions in their name as a means of bringing to the attention?
government the absurdity of its ways vis-a-vis Israel and her
lihors. There can be no doubt that Dulles and Byroade-in
the entire right wing of the Republican partyhave mm -fisted
over foreign policy. There can also be no doubt that this co
increasingly excluded alternate U.S. action abroad.
In this regard, no one except rabid followers of the Admin
will argue against the thesis that both the United States and i
Britain arc tacitly fostering a war in the Near East I'nlike the|
who sea in a war the salvation of their prestige in the area, ouri
ment is doing so unwillingly, preferring, if it could, to keep the U
ship of Israel and the Arabsbut sternly decided to reject the fa
if need be in order- to retain the latter. Such blind Administri
faith in a foreign policy that offers only muddled alternatives m
and destructive ones at worst, has rightfully incurred the flfei
all Jews, who look toward Israel as the fulfillment of aii'i
dream and as mimscule recompense for two-thousands ye*nJ
tian-dominated history.
The Freedom to Read
National Council of Jewish Women here will
hold a "Freedom to Read" program Friday in
Miami. The program is in conjunction with the
Young Women's Christian Association, United
Church Women and National Council of Negro
Women.
Essentially, this program will highlight the
history of past efforts in human experience to
ban booksand free thoughtas it relates to
our own time.
We are, indeed, fortunate that America has
not overtly known any mass effort to regulate
its reading or control its thought. Other nations
have had this experience; many are in the
midst of such censorship today.
Nevertheless, America is currently, engaged
in a vast 3 under-surface struggle to determine
to what extent conformity means loyalty and
vigorous thought and action unhampered by
fear means subversion.
During the past tew years, we have perhaps
all too frequently been prone to sacrifice the
essence of democracy for the sake of a kind of
unanimity mistakenly thought solidarity.
National Council of Jewish Women's pro-
gram will demonstrate that past efforts to
shackle men's minds have always born bit-
ter fruit and that only a truly free societyin
which the invidual's right to dissent is respected
welcomes divergence of opinion as the back-
bone of its strength.
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ADMINISTRATION FAILURE IS THE CHIEF ISSUE
But the fact is that the Administration's foreign policy ij
incurring the distaste of countless non-Jewish observers. Like iu,l
recognize the Dulles-Byroade axis intent. The Arabs, through a (,
thetic State Department, can advance this piece of anti-Semitie i
ganda: that the new Arab-Soviet alliance is the result of Je
(they use these designations interchangeably) ambition in the-j
Fast and pressure directed against the United States Gover
which, presumably a tool of the "Jewish vote," favored the
ment of Israel in the first instance.
But. certainly, not all Americans succumb to this vicious da
of fact. Many Americans of non-Jewish faith recognize the n**|
line for what it is: an evasion of responsibility to live up to tnte
al agreements, both as outlined by the United Nations in the]
partition plan, and- the 1949 Rhodes Armistice; traditionalj
treachery which, through two, World Wars, aligned it-eh* i
enemies of democracy.
Similarly, not only Jews, but countless Americans of other fan
i well, see in the Dulles-Byroade axis no successful explanation of|
failure to keep the Arabs out of the Soviet camp. As I see it.
Jewry must Identify K interest m the Near East with foil
It is ludu-ruMf tor the Jewish minority here to look upon the'
Fast as a Jewish questionespecially, when it can join the ranisl
far broader front, .which sees in the trouble spot the pertinent j
of an inejeuiable Administration defeat in the East-West cold ?
The Zionists who danced about the ship carrying eighteelj
to Saudi Arabia did precisely the opposite. In addition to
themselves open ta '* clearly predictable rebuffMr. Eisenh
reversalthey fanned the flames of Arab propaganda which,
ently like the Zionists, prefers the Near East to remain a Je
consideration. Tor.' In these miniscule terms, the Arabs can besi
Israeland most surely emerge victoriously.

WORLD JEWISH COMMUNITY IN SENSITIVE SITUATION
In this regard, there is much akin to Zionist political:
and the failure of the Jewish State since 1950 to capitalize on*
tinct antagonisms one Arab nation feels for another Jacob Bla
national honorary president of the American Jewish Committee, ei
sized this problem in an address last week at the Sevdle hotel D
the Greater Miami chapter of AJC.
Tracing the state of Jewish communities in Germany.
England. North Africa and Russia. Mr. Blaustein placed P**1
stress on the significance for American Jewry of the emergent
Fast hot spot. The U.S. delegate to the UN General As>ernbi>si
nation declared that in France Poujade is making capital out j
chaos his government has been meeting in North Africa ana
on anti-Semitism along with the British fascists, who have been^
to exploit the loss of British prestige in the Near East. In
he warned, the relinquishment of power by Adenauer may
concomitant decline of democracy, the possible renascence
and anti-Semitism and the cessation of indemnificaUon pay"
Israel. .
According to Mr. Blaustein, the final year of Stalin s rufcv
death in March. 1953, did not mean the end of a new type
anti-Semitism; rather, the Slansky trial, deportation of
Jews and the infamous Moscow "doctors' plot" presaged an
virulent kind of oppression with the subsequent s>'ste'na,'inl
of Jewish religious and cultural expression and the .CU"*"L
tion of further purge trials against "Zionist traitors'' in tiec*"
as a means of further wooing Arab favor.
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FEARFUL OF THI WAY THINGS ARE MOVING NOW
Bitter as these circumstances may be, in Mr. B13""^" ^;
do not appear as emergent at this time as does the Near ^ |
Certainly, he is In a position to know; prior to his arn f
Blaustein had been in conference with Secretary of a
Assistant Secretary George Allen and Ambassador to w ^
Byroade. Unable to reveal the substance of his dlscU"' g *
theless said: "I am most fearful of the way things are nw ^
He particularly singled out "the frustration of ine ^^j
the cocksureness of the Arabs," who become incre ?ntiaae'
as their arms reserves increase and as our governmea* -
refusal to permit Israel the purchase of defensive eJulj'B*!lp
But uppermost in Mr. Blaustein's mind was Arao
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-list Forum Due
'Beth David
tad8y night. Feb. 27. Miami
District will meet at Beth
"Social hall, according to A.
m Pekelner. president of the
Forum entitled "Danger
fc Middle East" and a special
fal program have been ar-
Jjicipants at the forum wijl be
fu Franklin Williams, vice
Lieut of the University of Mia-
C co-chairman of the Greater
LY chapter. American-Christian
Sine Committee; Dr. Paul
ienffld. former president of
gioniht Organizations of Great
-in and for many years Pales-
Irepresentative at the League
Lons; Dorothy Krieger Fink.
L community leader and ac-
[worker. who has recently re-
L from l study tour in the
hie East; and A. Arthur Pek-
l past president of the West-
er County Zionist District,
[ who will be moderator,
[musical program has been ar-
|ed by Cantor William W. Lip-
Stella Andre, radio and televi-
sion entertainer of New York and
currently in Beach night spots, will
be guest at a meeting of Monticello
-Miami Hadassah social group
Wednesday noon, Feb. 22, at the
Algier^hotel.
bach Councilman,
iging Star Wed
hami Beach Councilman Ber
PfYank and noted singer.
an Goldy were married Wed-
Jay at the home of the groom's
Me, Mr. and Mrs M. B. Frank.,
l Adams ave.
pbbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob
legation, officiated at the in- <
fit ceremony. Only immediate
fibers of the family attended.
[former Miss Goldy, who is thej
Ihter of Mrs. Annie Goldy, of
'omia. recently appeared in i
lama Game."
Now chartered as an official organization
of the State of Florida ave the Miami Beach
Community Singers, as Judge Ray Pearson
signs the charter in one of his first official
acts. Looking on are (left to rght) Sarah
Kirschner, Jean Devens, vice president Rose
Abelson, pianist Margaret Yomen. attorney
Ed Klein,, Sam Friedman and Joseph Shul-
man. Friedman is president of Miami Beach
Community Singers. This is the choral
group conducted by Ben Yomen which will
perform the heroic Jewish opera, "Bar
Kochba," on Feb. 26 in Miami Beach audi-
torium and Feb. 29 in Dade county audi-
torium. Warrior Bar Kochba led a fierce
insurrection of Jews against Roman Emperor
Hadrian in Biblical days.
EUROPE
1956
1 k Dade Jewish Center
I Out for Purim Fete
lirim carnival-barbecue will be
at (Tie North Dade Jewish
|ter od Sunday afternoon. The
lie event is sponsored by the
\ Mrs. Arnold Stern is chair-
of the Carnival and Mrs. Irv
en is co-chairman,
lie Barbecue committee is head-
by Mrs. Maurice Neu.
upils of the Popiel School of
|U> Dade Jewish Center will en-
i their annual Purim party on
day morning. The movie
Jeen Esther" will be shown.
will be followed by a mas-
rade.
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Premier Showing
Of Bar Kochba
Miami Beach will get the world
premiere of "Bar Kochba," new
music drama spotlighting the Jew-
ish warrior who fought the Roman
Empire, in two performances, one
for Feb. 26 at Miami Beach audi-
torium, and the other for Feb. 29
at Dade county auditorium.
"Bar Kochba" script was written
by Biblical best-seller Nathaniel
Norsen Weinreb whose "The Bab-
ylonians" is being filmed. The new
script, in English, is being pro-
duced by music conductor Ben
Yomen, with the Miami Beach
Community Singers. Yomen has
made choral arrangements of the
original Abraham Goldfaden "Bar
Kochba" score.
Heading the Greater Miami cast
are outstanding concert singers
and television actors. Starred are
Stan Porter. Alan Keys and Gloria
Aliani, with Vernon Kingsley. Ruth
Sutherlin, Bob Lyons, Jay Rayvid
and Ray Preston. Sam Hirsch is di-
master of ceremonies. Other mem-
bers of the committee are the Mes-
dames Minnie Berliner, 73; Sidonie
Gluck, 84: Minnie Gray, 73; Mol-
lie Karl, 71; Pearl Kraner. 74; Bes-
sie Mott, 78; Anna Rosenberg, 76;
and Mr. Adolph Gerdwagon, 84,
and Mr. Mike Kramer, 63.
Purpose of the fair is to demon-
strate, exhibit and sell the artistic
and handicraft work of the resi-
dents of the Home, whose average
age is close to 80. Proceeds from
Sponsoring the event arc the saleg wjlJ ^ used for the further
women's auxiliary of the Home and i ,. ,.
the National Council of Jewish i expansion of the arts and crafts
Women here. .program, whose teachers are vol
Plans and arrangements for the unteers from the Council of Jew-
affair have been made by the resi-jjsh Women.
dents' executive committee. Mrs. I Residents of the Home consider
Anna Washburne. 75. chairman of | f>ir (heir ..dress rehMrsal"
the executive committee, will be ,; : **, oitv
for their participation in the city-
wide senior citizens fair and hobby
show being sponsored by the senior
citizens division of the Welfare
Planning Council in May at Bay-
Senior Citizens
Plan City-Wide
Event; Ross Speaks
Malcolm Ross, university editor
of the University of Miami and
chairman of the Senior Citizens
Week planning committee of the
Welfare Planning Council, will be
speaker this Sunday afternoon,
Feb. 26. at the Douglas Gardens
senior citizens fair and hobby show
of the Jewish Home for the Aged.
rector. Piano and organ accompan-
ists are Margaret Yomen and Hy
Fried.

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J&=S^*t*i
mi
tically every contributor to CJA.''
said John N. Serbin, chairman of
the Trades Council. 'The entire
division proudly accepts its quota
Liquor Division
Hear Speaker Here
Harold & Lm, vice president of {'^
Combined Jewish Appeal Soars Past
Million Mark as Pledges Mount
The Combined Jewish Appeal gies in achievement of their
soared past the million dollar mark quota." Serbin stated,
this week as a result cof new, Heiman indicated that trie*
pledges from a score of trades, quotas were immediately accepts
chairman Sam .1. Heiman announc- by the following major divisions
ed at a report rally of the Busi- hotels. $160,000; motels and apart-
ness and Professions Division. ments. S15.000: business and pro-
This encouraging report from fessions. $185,000; trades, 7d.ow.
Business and Professional men ib building and investment. SlbS.uou.
dicates increased giving by prac-, retail merchants. $83,500.
At a spirited dinner report meet
ing in the Colony restaurant. Hei-
man announced that all other cam
paign divisions have also come for-
of S829.0O0. nearly one-halt of the war(| to accept record-breaking the Eastern Division for Seagram
entire campaign goal, and expects qUtas in the second stanza of the Distillers ( ompanv will be guest
all divisions to renew their ener- cntical campaign. of honor at a Combined Jewish
The Women's Division, wh.ch Appeal Liquor I'v'>>n brunch
trad.t.onallv achieves it- assigned Sunday morn.ng. Feb. 26. at the
New York Attorney Will quota will tin- year endeavor to Biscayne Terrace hotel.
raise S170.000. The Winter Resi- Leo Chaikin. vice chairman of
dent- Division headed by Jack the Business and Profession- Coun-
Carner of Miami Beach al.-o a -UC- c)|. has announced that the na
cessful division in previous cam- tionally known Im-iness executive
- Will aim lor S.toO.OOO Out- will be' making one of his few per
lying ((immunities normally in- .on.-,| appearances in this area in
,1 in door-to-door solicitations behalf of the Combined Jewish Ap-
havc set a goal 0( $30,000. and the p,.:i|
Youth Division, which include- Representatives of the liquor in-
school age youngsters and teen- ,|,Mry w,n ;l|xn hear an address
to raise $5,000. h> n,,,.,)., state Beverage director
One of the highest quota- wa- J. \) Williamson, ol Tallahassee
-tt last week lor 'he -i\ Miami The brunch is tailed for 10:30 a m
area- launching their Beach jn the Panorama room, according
The -i\ Beach to division co-chairmen Marvin S.
expect to achieve .< ou its ol Bauzin and Jaj Weiss, Vice chair-
$450,000 before th end ol Marcfa men assisting with the program
"In addition to the-e quota- tor ;,rc Dn Bellamy and Frank Hamil
the ongoing campaign uoal ol ton.
SI 350.000. a ma- effort will l>e
Sam Sterling ol Ember- restau- expended to secure plus-gifts ol
rant Assisting with the program s.375 immj. covering all divisiai
will be Jerome Adelman and Joe moet the United Jewish Appeal
- Seheinberg. co-chairmen ol the emergency immigration fund." Hei-
Re-taurant Equipment Division, man declared
and the following advisory com- Keports were ma.le by vice chair-
mi,,cc: men of the Trade- Charles Bookbinder. Simon Bot- by Serbin. Increa-c- were report
winik. Charle- Creenberg. Joseph ed by Leo Ackcrman. Leo Chaikin.
Hart. Arthur Horowitz. Isidore Aaron Wanner. M .1 KopclowitZ,
Kramer. Morn- Lerner. Arthur: Aaron Kravitz and Carl Sukind.
Mai-el. Barney Ho-enthal, Sam The next city-wide report
Schw.,rt/. Stanlej Worth and Joe]will take place at a dinner-dance the Greater Miami Jewish Fcriera
Mechlow. coordinator. Mar 7 at the Algiers hotel. tiofl to discu-- fuller mobilization !
of the Jewish Communit\ in behalf
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign.
In a -pecial emergency communi-
i. to rabbis and presidents
Federation president Stanley c
Myers Wednesdaj indicated the
ement by officers of the Rab-
binical Association that "our tem-
pi' and -\i have a deep
spiritual and emotional imc-tmcnt
m the causes supported by the
Combined Jewish Appeal The
congregation of our community can
and should play a most important
role in the drive."
A meeting will be held Monday
Louis Pritikin, chairman of the Normandy Isle area campaign evening, Feb. 27. at Temple Israel.
(center), is shown with co-chairmen Morris Black (left) and Lou w,tn dc'Sa,cs on hand represent
ing each synagogue and temple in
the area
Apartment House Division Contacts
500 Persons for Maximum Effort;1
Daniel M. Broad, chairman of Intensive solicjtatlon k3
the Apartment House Division, week and is expected1 t^J
Wednesday announced that more steadily through th.
tfian 500 apartment hows* owners, weeks of the campaign
managers and lessees, have already, Fund raising m ike*
been contacted by Combined Jew- ties should be complin l
ish Appeal volunteers. 15. chairman Sam J ui 1
Working side-by-side with veter- nounced, outlining the nwr^
an campaigners Meyer Tcigmaji. lined solicitation plan
Joseph Duntov. Mr. and Mrs. Harry j ^ Miami ^
Nelson and Mayshe Friedberg are $450,000 wa- establ kl* .
Charles Sturman and Sam Vogel.,CJA campaign cabinotTu'M
Barman and Vogef have covered meeting on Wednesday ul\
{tiers hotel. The (0lto5j|
been named to direct th* y,
Address luncheon Tuesday
Louis Shapiro, prominent New
York attorney who ha- been active
in restaurant managemen for
many year-, will be guest ol honor
at a luncheon at Ember- restau-
rant on Tuesday noon. Feb 28
'ibe event \mi1 be I by
the Restaurant and Allied Tl -
Division ol the Combined Jewish
Appeal, headed by co-chairmen
William Sherman and Edward
I.-man. Miami Beach rc-taura
teurs.
Shapiro ha- visited I-rael and
the Middle East on several occa-
sions and will describe current con-
dition- m the new state.
Ho-t for the afternoon will be
Sturman and Voger
more than 100 prospects between gjers hotel -J-^" (
em. .... been named to direct th. i
In addition to his activity in the gram "I
Apartment House Division, Fried Normand ,s|e .
berg has accepted assignments in ohairm._ *f)uis
the Retail Merchants Group. com--jJ- a"'' ^ &H1 ad
mun.ty areas and in other miscel- '**" 7 %'CC chairm-
laneous divisions. hi- ^cl" ~ "^
A Miami Beach "residents cam-' ~rg- or,n Sh(""c area-D,.]!
paign to involve every family in Greenhouse, chairman, < J
the cr.-is fund drive for needy 'lam Blechman and Josepfc ]
Jewry throughout the world was b,um- co-chairmen,
meanwhile launched this week. Venetian-Bay area wj
A marked departure from previ- Bay Harbor area Shepard
OUS J ears' community activity, chairman: Treasure I-land
Combined Jewish Appeal "area Clemen Ehrluh chairman.
drives' will be initiated under spe Ell's Venetian Bay are a isJ
cific direction of prominent Jewish tend from Dade blvd. tn Oil
ra In each area. Thc North Shore area wii:i
Jack Carner. chairman of the JJiscav"c '" "'' Still**
Winter Residents Division, is com from 63rd l" aT *
pleting assignments in his group This series of area
and has volunteered to assume ov- equivalent to the door-to-doorL
erall responsibility for coordinat- itation efforts which have J
ing thc six area drives on Miami come so familiar to CJA ca
Beach. tors.
Rabbis, Presidents
Asked to Take Part
In CJA Campaign
Rabbis of all temples and syna-
gogues in Greater Miami, and their
presidents, have been invited to,
rally convene with representatives of



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Segal organizing plans for solicitation in the area.
Area leaders for the Miami Beach campaign are Heft to i
William Blechman and Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, North Sk|
co-chairmen, and Philip Schoenberg, chairman.
Achievement Box Score -- CJA Divisii
At the midwav jmint in the crucial 1956 Combined Je
Appeal campaign, every single dollar count-. I chairman!
j Heiman, addressing a meeting of the campaign cabinet Wi
day noon at the Algiers hotel.
i h and every Jewish family in Greater Miami must
that every dollar raised can be a life saved in Morocco, over
or in Israel.
From now on. until thc final weeks of thi- Ine-campaajn
-hall report dollar-progress to the Jewish community, to let tl
know exactly how we stand in our monumental crusade to
live- '
Here i, the current "Dollar Box Score." marking the prog
of Greater Miami's efforts to raise $1,725,000 (pledges rep
as of Feb. 10th):
Amount Red Ptr(?l\
to Data '**I
ay
51N|
HI
4t%
51%
a%\
J5%
Sl%
**]
$17*
Division
Businass 4 Professions J1M.231
Hotels $ 75,760
Motels A Apartments 5,245
Business A Professions 8*,H8
Tra4ea 138,231
Building A Investments 164,125
Rttail Merchants 27,511
Women 97,255
Miami Beach Residents ,. 153,132
Plus Pledges to Emergency Fund
Miami Beach lawyers pitch in to do their
bit for the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown
at a recent reception held in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kovner are (seated)
Stephen Ruskin, Mel Greenberg and Bene-
dict SUverman. Standing are Beach chair
man Harry Zukernick. campaign chapman
Sam J. Heiman. Kovner, Edwin Marqer and
Seymour Liebman. y na
FOR SUPPORT OF 55 WORLD-WIDE HUMANIT*
CAUSES ... IN GREATER MIAMI THE U.S. OVEl
AND ISRAEL.
18 More Tanks on Way to Saudi Ar<
Continued from Page 1 A
aboard the freighter James Monroe Dulle-. who has ;ccnn
struck for "hazard pay" equivalent BUI vacation. *1 aP*
t" wartime remuneration in such the committee Friday
duty. Spokesmen for the seamen I The 18 controversial^ ff
Indicated that bnel's extreme dis- ped afoada) -" "'^i
sati.-taction over the shipment Bulldogs. Hut Saudi m
created possible war conditions in more U.S. tank* on
which they would have to sail. jPattons nearl> tfe*s"*ii
Assistant Secretaryvof State for sent overseas Me-ndD-
ear Eastern Affairs George Allen white State Department''
s schi'Hnlofl u/..^.__i_.. .__ i_... ihit u
iNea
was scheduled Wednesday to ap
| Pear before Sen. Walter F. Georges
Senate Foreign Relations Commit
, I0' 'nvest.gation. Acording to re-
liable sources, SecreUry of State
wnue. auiv '-r-
man. declared here Uurt
had sold the tank' tj1
under an agreement r


.r,rrjj_1Me
Sst Makes
fao Gift to
tein College
.annual national report coo-
,,f tin \ bert Einstein (>1-
, Jedicin. eoded this week
'eventful note a* Canadian
Samuel C. I.unncnfeld
' ltu. 200 h founder of the
Lrian medical MDOoL
Lnccmmt of LunnenfelcTs
Cipwa made at ai recep-
L,e,| In U'<>re trankcl,
Lrof tin' b rd ol overseers.
fcontaii hotel. Frank-
lounder oi the Albert Em-
IColleic. '- a Miami Beac
Lw Rochelle. NY., resident
Lads independent oil com-
[headqu.u: red m Houston.
Lnfeld. a Miami Beach win-
Lident. i- vice president of
Jnai ho^i'a! in Toronto and
|the national boards and ex-
L comnnti'>s of Hebrew Uni-
*. Canadian Jewish Congress,
Distributi"!! Committee and
ous other ci^anizations.
L, New York State Attor-
Cncral Nathaniel L. Goldstein
teed Lunnenfield'a founder-
Enbolizing a minimum con-
Ion of S-VDO0 to the first
college under Jewish
\ Vnoricaas the
Js fl3.000.000 building fund
lign reached the three-quar-
|,nrk witl pledges and sub-
totalling S9.750.000.
Lei M N Ison, director of
pment and ecretary to the
M trustees of Yeshiva Uni-
F will remain on in Miami
[to supervise the establish-
|f new regional organizations
! Albert Einvlein College.
ren's Village Benefits
fan chapter of Mizrachi
will hold a BeLsy Gottes
kneheon Feb 28 at the home
\. 1 Yulish 2870 Pinetree df.
ding to Mr>. Alfred Stone,
|ent, proceeds are for the
rillage in Israel. Mrs.
uel Karger is regional direc-
Ihe w '. ;.ni7ation.
Paq* 7*
t with the residents' executive coun-
cil, which in effect has become a
' permanent advisory building com-
mittee to the architect and just
about on a par with our official
building committee.''
Groundbreaking ceremonies for
the Trau Pavilion will take place
at the 11th annual membership
meeting of the Home on Sunday
afternoon, Mar. 26.
ANNOUNCING
NEW LOCATION
Dr. Karl RoMer
OPTOMETRIST
3637 N.W. 17th AVE.
IN ALLAPATTAH
Phone NE 5-7184
For Appointment
OPEN EVENINGS

Building committee for the Gus Trau Pa-
vilion of the Jewish Home for the Aged in-
spects preliminary plans of architect Irvin
Korach. Seated from left to right are Jack
Corner, committee co-chairman, Gus Trau
and Abe Kurman, president. Standing (left
to right) are Maurice Pearlstein. executive
director; Korach, Sam Koywell, Dave Trau,
Sidney Ansin, Dave Phillips, vice president,
and Sam Resnick, committee chairman.
Missing are David Fleeman, committee co-
chairman, Stanley Beckerman, Irving
Cypen. board chairman, Barney Lee, Mrs.
Baron de Hiisch Meyer, Mrs. Sol Silverman,
Auxiliary president, and Judge Harold B.
Spaet, honorary president.
'"Worn
DO YOU NEED
Plans for New Trau Pavilion Move
Ahead as Committee, Architect Picked
side, we are designing the Trau
Pavilion with the utmost care.
"We have already paid several
visits to the Villa Marie and Cove-
nant Palm Homes to benefit from
With the appointment of a "In view of the fact," Resnick their experience. Most important,
building committee and the selec added, "that the Gus Trau Pavilion we have found that our old folk-
tion of an architect, plans for the will be the prototype for three or are an invaluable source of gold*
new $60,000 Gus Trau Pavilion of four more pavilions which event- ance and inspiration in our plan-
the Jewish Home for the Aged are' ually will result in the elimination ning. Mr. Korach has benefited
moving ahead rapidly, according of all the present cottages in which enormously from the several
] to president Abe Kurman. our ambulatory resident* now re- lengthy sessions he has already had
Leaders of the building commit- [
tee appointed by Kurman are Sam
Resnick. chairman, and Jack Car-1
Iner and David B. Fleeman, co-;
| chairmen. Other members are
Sidney Ansin. Stanley Bwckerman.
Irving Cypen. Sam Keywell. Barney
; Lee, Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
I David Phillips. Mrs. Sol Silverman.
'Judge Harold B. Spaet and David
Trau.
Resnick announced Wednesday
that the building committee had
unanimously selected Irvin Korach,
lot Smith & Korach, Miami Beach.
las the architect.
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Need Revealed for
Religion Teachers
Tnless already overburdened
educational facilities for rabbi- and
religious school teachers are at
least doubled within the next de-
cade, the shortage of both rabbinic
and lay leaders will become a seri-
ous danger to the entire American
Jewish community," Joseph N. Gor-
M n of Philadelphia, chairman of
the national planning committee of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America said Sunday
Speaking at a plenary session of
the NPC which concluded the third
annual midwinter conference in
mi Beach. Gorson said 'objec-
ti\e studies made within the last
ral months indicate the heavy
demands being made for rabbis and
teachers by new congregation.-
springing up in the fast-growing
suburbs cannot possibly be coped
with at tin.- time."
Gorson called for immediate
purport of the seminary's cam-
paign to raise S65.000.000 in the
10 years to greatly increase
its educational facilities, eni
it- public education program in
the communities and maintain al-
ready existing facilities
summing up a week of seminary
spiritual statesmanship, Gorson
"the machine- and missiles of
DM n have made the world so small
thdt every people in it. every na-
. minority people. The
Id inded. 1- a place in which
are only minontie- to
MKS. LIO ACKUMUI
North Shore Ladies
Plan Music-Legend
Jewish Family
Service Moves
Case Facilities
Mrs. Leo Ackerman. president of
.icwi-h Family Sendee, this week | [
announced that the agency will be
located at Suite 102. 385 NW 1st
st., beginning Monday. Fen 27.
In moving to these new quarters.
Jewish Family Service joins with
a number of other member agen-
cies of Community Chest, which
will also occupy quarters in the
same building. The new modern
office, the Baron de Hirsch Meyer
Community Services bldg was
erected through a special gift given
the Chest by Baron de Hirsch
Meyer. Smith and Korach were
the architects. Irvin Korach. of
the architect firm, is a member
of the board of directors of Jewish
Family Sen'ice
Mrs. Ackerman said that the de-
velopment of modern facilities for
the social service agencies in the
community "is a recognition of the
changing character of these agen-
cies. The programs of JFS. especi-
ally its family counseling activities,
are being used by a very broad
cross-section of Miami Jewry. Mari-
tal and personal problems, for ex-j Palace Theater. Directed by Miss
miss mour neon
Molly Picon Here
In Musical Comedy
Internationally renowned come-
dienne Molly Picon is currently
appearing in her English-Yiddish
musical laugh-riot, "Farblonjete
Honeymoon." at the Roosevelt
Theater.
Appearing with Miss Picon are
Jacob Kalish. Jacob Jacobs, Michal
Michaelesko and her entire origin-
al New York cost.
The play comes here following
a 16-week run at the Brooklyn
Convalescent
Board Meets Heril
Answering Service
Facility Revealed
"lorton Stit-ky. general manager
Uiswerite, [DC. Telephone An-
ring Service, thi- week an-
need the e-tablishment of So-
l Secretary Telephone Service.
; a department 'to serve the
Is .i the lady of the house."
Social Secretary Telephone Sen-
permit- the housewife to at-
tend meetings-, go shopping, go to
Uk beach, vi-it family and friend-
be relaxed in the knowledge
' I any telephone calls coming
:he home will be answered by
i Social Secretary on the exten-
sion at our office." said Stit-ky.
The phone i- answered, in the
r le of the subscriber, by a COOT-
t< us, intelligent operator Mes-
- are received and relaxed or
I held for the subscriber's call.
. per in-'ructions Mr. Stit-k\
ued out that thi- 24-hour tele-
ring service "is vain-
even where there i- a maid
Si-terhood of the North Shore
Jewish Center will hold its regular
meeting Tuesday in the Center so-
cial hall.
Highlight of the evening will be
a program presented by vice presi-
dent Mr- Samuel Oguz. entitled
The Seven Golden Buttons," a
legend with music.
Ca.-t includes Adolph Green-
baum. Leonard Tobin. Mrs Louis
Cohen. Mr- Sara Stern. Mrs. Ash-
ley Goodman. Mrs Hyman Rotten-
berg. Mrs. Joseph Sedell. Mrs. Al
Schwartz. Mrs. Louis Kotkin and
Mr- Zvi Fein-tein.
Program is under the musical
direction of Cantor Edward Klein,
and features the following mem-
ber- of the Sisterhood Choral
Group:
The Mesdames L. Stein. Jacob
Dunkelman. S Littman. Hyman
Bergad. Herman Kooperman. Jack
Klinger. Abe Gelfand. Jack Saif-
man. Rita Epstein, A. L. Mechlow-
itz. Charles Barlly. Ben Fabric. E.
Marshak. Frank Cutler, A. Rosen-
thai.
Musical accompaniment will be
by Mrs. Harry Glass, at the piano.
ample." -ho stated, occur in every
economic and sociaMgroup.
"At the same time, when people
want help, their confidence in it
is affected by the character and
appearance of the agency offering
it."
Consideration will have to be
given. Mr- Ackerman said, to the
possible need for a district office
located on the Beach.
Only administrative and case-
work services of the agency will
be at the new location. The voca-
Special meeting 0f ti
directors of Bikur ChojL
Convalescent Home of nu was held thi- week tub
of Mrs. Morris z.tter i\?
tar. ^
Board members preM|
Mrs. Isidore Cohen
Vickie Roe. Mrs. Harry ,
Abraham Kugler. Mrs Kav
and Mrs. B. Castrin Guest/!
ed Mr. and Mrs HymM ,'
Long Beach, New York
Plans were formulated
anniversary dinner We
night. Mar. 14, in the Ca
room of the Di Lido hotL
Nominating committee
ing of Mrs. Cohen, Mrs fc_
Fannie Sirot, Kugler and iS
Wexler was named.
Special meeting of the
Kosher Convalescent Home I
held at Kneseth Israel .
tion Thursday noon, Mar.'
Picon's husband, Jacob Kalish. the
play gives the nomr* star every
opportunity to display her versatile
talents in a simple, modern but in-
teresting story woven into a tune-
ful score.
"Farblonjete Honeymoon" tells
the story of a housekeeper, who is
secretly in love with her rich wi-
dower employer. Jacobs co-pro-
duced the musical, for which he
also wrote the lyrics.
Others in the cast include Esta
tional service department. Jewish Salzman. Jacob Susanoff. Gertrude
Vocational Services, will continue
to occupy their present quarters
at 10 NE 3rd ave.
Davis Vows Change
In Gas Tax Setup
Johnson F (Johnny I Davis, for-
mer assistant county solicitor, an-
vers the phone dur- nouncea hi- candidacy for the State
ii the hours when the maid is off, Legi-lature, Group 1, the -eat for-
the family i- out for the morly held by George Okeii, who is
Beth Israel Forms Men's
Club, Names Officers
Beth Israel Congregation Men's
Club was formed last week. Sol
Malter. president pro tern of the
new organization, announced
Wednesday.
The group, which will sponsor
social, cultural and communal ac-
tivities under the aegis of Beth
Israel Congregation, is currently!
conducting a membership cam-
paign in the community.
Next regular meeting will be
held on Wednesday evening, Feb.
29. in the synagogue building, 711
West 40th st., Miami Beach.
Other pro tern officers are Sam
Sakols. vice president: David Gold-
stein, secretary; Nathan Klonsky,
treasurer.
mg. or is away on vacation."
Mrs. Naomi Stitsky. the former
Ni 'ini Machtei, is secretary of the
< poration. Social Secretarj Tele-
ne Service phone numbt
JE 8-0721.
North Shore Joint
Brotherhood Fete
North Shore B'nai B'rith Wom-
en's and Men- lodge held a joint
Brotherhood Week at the North
Sh re Jewi-h (enter this week.
"Religion in the Public School-
was the topic discussed by Rabbi
Leon Kroni-h. of Temple Be'h
Sholom.
man
vacating to run for state Senate.
Daw-, who ha>. long been active
in civic and Democratic Party af-
fairs, wa- recently honored by the
Miami junior Chamber of Com-
mer< iven a silver key "for
""*-'"' 'i that organ!-
n. In the pa-t in month- he
has traveled over ten thousand
mile- in hi- capacity of chairman
''. the 1958 national convention to
bring members of the tmted
States Junior Chamber of
merce to Miami.
Daw- i- a member and officer of
Miami Junior chamber of Com-1
merce. Miami Elk- lodge No 48 '
> Miange club. Sen Uih and
Chicago Club Slates Dance
Chicago club of Greater Miami
will hold its annual cabaret din-
ner dance on Sunday evening at
Algiers hotel. Sam Pearlman
the
is in charge of reservations.
Com-

League Looks at Religion in the
Public Schools."
Booker T. Washington dance
group offered a composition espe-
cially prepared for the occasion
Program was arranged by Mrs
Karl Greenberg, Anti Defamation
League chairman.
mi. he attended th ., dlp.
ey at Georw
He served ir -. Ma
nne Corps d r
and U pre-ently a member of the
reserve.
He serve- on the Democratic ex-
ecut.ve commute* a- chairman of
Allapattah Edison Center, group
IV and is chairman of the vacan
cies committee.
In announcing his candidacy
Davis stressed the need "for a
change of present gasoline tax
land nrre LUr S,a,<' *ovent
'and promised to fight to rewrite
this section of our law so that Dade
county might receive a fair share
of its paid in taxes for highways."
Stein. Rose Greenfield and Barbara
Travis.
Hillel Schedules Prog/on,
forum Due March I
Purim Oneg Shabbat will he)
at B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun
on the University Campus
evening.
Student members of Hillel i
ious committee will particip*]
the service, and Dr. DoiuM:
Michelson. Hillel director.
speak. Portion of the Megilp
be read by Dr. Joseph
member of the Cniversityi
faculty.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of I
Israel, was guest speaker
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundaua]
Thursday evening. Rabbi
lectured on "Reform and
structionism."
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Ardmore
I Stanley, son of Mr. and
Ted Dysart- 1370 Monard
iMiami Beach, will be-
Bar MUzvah Saturday.
5 at Temple Beth Sholom.
Leon Kronish will offi-
Richard. a student at
[Sholom religious school.
[the eighth grade of Nau-
lunior High.
t-of-Towners
\e Bar Mitzvah
non Newmark will become
fctn;ih during Saturday morn-
trvices. Feb 25. of Temple
[Rabbi Alfred Waxman will i
kt, assarted by the Temple1
non is a seventh urade student
uth Miami Junior High and
Is the religious school of
Be Zion.
Bar Mitzvah is the son of
knd Mr* Morris Newmark,
(SW 51st St., who will be hosts
teg Shatbat Friday evening
; Kiddush Saturday morning.
l-of-town gu6t> at the cere-
will Include Mr. and Mrs.
[Newmark, Attica, Ind.; Mr.
jMrs. .Sam Fogel. Weindot.
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
D, Youngstov.:;. 0.
Rosenblatt Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
David Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Rosenblatt, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Sabbath morning serv-
ices, Feb. 25, of Beth David Con-
gregation.
David is a ninth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High School
and has been enrolled at Beth
David religious school for the past
five months, where he is active in
the Boy Scouts, U.S.Y. and Talis &
Tefilin club.
Previously, he attended religious
school at Rego Park Jewish Center,
N.Y., where he completed the reg-
ular high school curriculum. He is
a student at the Hebrew High
High School conducted by the
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
Out-of-town guests will include
his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. R.
Katz, of New York; Mr. and Mrs.
P. Silverman; Mr. and Mrs. H.
Rosen, Jacksonville; and Mr. and
Mrs. A. Lodinger, of Bridgeport,
Conn.
The Rosenblatts will be the hosts
at Kiddush on Sabbath morning.
Reception Honors
Alan Riehter
Alan Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jules Riehter, 3490 SW 10th st.,
will become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services, Feb. 25,
of Beth David Synagogue.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
officiate, with Cantor William Lip-
son rendering the musical portions
of the liturgy.
MKS. KKHAKD SINCE*
Camp Director
Will Interview
Youngsters Here
Horseback riding over scenic
mountain trails is one of the roost
popular activities at Sky Lake
Camps, according to Mrs. Richard
E. Singer, co-director, who will be'
in Miami Feb. 23 to 27 to inter-!
view prospective campers and their
parents.
The twin camps, located in the
Blue Ridge area about halfway be-
tween Atlanta and Osheville, N.C.,
are among the closest mountain
camps to Southern Florida. A maxi-
mum of 75 girls and 75 boys enjoy
cool nights and pleasant days in
a climate ideal for summer camp-
ng. The camps are owned and
Judaism in Highland Park, Rabbi
Singer served for eight years as
spiritual leader of Temple Israel
in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Miami Staff members for 1956
include Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altman.
Dade county public school teach-
ers who have been associated with
Sky Lake for the past six years,
and Dr. Robert M. Allen, of the
faculty of the University of Miami,
who is new to the camps this year.
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Alan is an eighth grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High School directed by Rabbi and Mrs. Rich-
and attends Beth David religious ard E. Singer, 829 Green Bay Road.
Highland Park, 111.
The Singers are in residence at
school.
Kiddush in his honor will follow
Before accepting the pulpit of the
Lakeside Congregation for Reform
Raymond Perlmon
Bar Mitzvah
Raymond Brace Perlman. m of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Perlman, 1010
NE 81st St., f ill becsfloe Bar Mitz-
vah during sftyrdayrfcorninfc a#rv-
ices, Feb. 26, f Tifereth Jprael
Northside Center.
Rabbi Abraham Herson, ipirltual
leader and Brace's teacher, will of-
ficiate, with Cantor Albert, Olantz
rendering the musical portions of
the liturgy.
Bruce is an eighth grade student
at Edison Junior High School and
is a member of the graduating class
of the religious school of Tifereth
Israel.
He also attends the Dramatic
Academy in Miami Beach and last
year received a scholarship to that
school. He has appeared in numer-
ous television and radio broadcasts.
Algiers hotel on Sunday evening
Among out-of-town guests will be
his uncle, Simon Riehter, Bronx,
N.Y.; Mrs. Sylvia Barr, aunt, of
Brooklyn, NY.; and Mr. and Mrs.
Murroe Feingold, Rockville Center,
Long Island, Alan's grandparents.
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Amy Sim Rosenberg Born
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg,
6210 Maynada St., Coral Gables,
announce the birth of a daughter.
Amy Sue, on Feb. 17 at Mt. Sinai
hospital. Maternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelman.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Rosenberg.
Friendship Club to Meet
Newly formed Friendship Club
of the North Shore Jewish Center
will meet Thursday evening, Mar
1, at North Shore Jewish Center.
Pelle is Candidate
For Circuit Court
Michael A. Pelle, former candi-
date for Circuit Judge, Wednesday
announced his candidacy for one
of the newly created Circuit Court
offices.
Pelle is vice president of North
Dade Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, as well as a Kiwanian, As-
sociate Barker in Variety Chil-i
dren's hospital, member of Harvey
Seeds Post American Legion, Mi-
ami Elks 948, American Bar Asso-
ciation, Dade County Bar Associa-
tion and the Judge Advocates As-
sociation.
In the 1954 election, Pelle re-
calls that he "vigorously opposed
the extensive use of the mastership
system in Dade county,'' claiming!
that "justice was in effect being ,
sold as a result. After the election, I
1 continued opposition to the ap-;
pointment of special master and
succeeded in having the system as
it was being used declared uncon-
stitutional by the Supreme Court
of Florida."
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4th ave., North Dade, Florida, is
married and father of two chil-
dren. Donna Sue and Anthony BH
wife, Millicent, is presently asso-
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Hear 0 Israel' to be Theme of Music Festival Here Mar. 4
Eeth David choir with Cantor William Lip-
son (right1 is shown rehearsing for their role
:r. the community-wide Jewish Music Festi-
val. Left is choir director Mrs. Jack Donner-
stag. Shown front row (left to right) are Nor-
ma Reiff. Jenny Lou Corris and Evelyn
Saluk. Rear row (left to right) are Jack Ler-
ner, Murray Baum and Rube Idels.
Coral Gables Jewish Center choir prepares
--. par.:cipc;e in the Mar. 4 community-wide
Jewish Music Festival with Robert Strass-
z left^ directing and featuring Cantor
\g Roc:r.son 'right: Choir members are
front row (left to right) Barbara Heert. Mar-
lene Bsharah, Goldie Sussman and Trudie
Russe. Rear row are Arch Bradley. Rhoda
Haber, Vernon Kingsley and John Lotz.
F. agler-Grcr.ada choral group will present
Israeli and Yiddish folk selections -at the
forthcoming Jewish Music Festival under
he direction of Mrs. Paul Draizar 'right.
Shown in rehearsal are front row 'left to
tight the Mesdames Joseph Masters. Joseph
Uran. Edward Moore and Harry Schmidt.
Rear row are the Mesdames Daniel Lapin.
George Malm. Samuel Goldberg. Ray Berri.i
and Raymond Levine. Members of the
choral group not shown are Mrs. Nat Weiss
and Mrs. Joseph Kauifrnan.
! "Hear O IsraeP' is the official
itheme which has barn selected for
the 1956 comjfliOife-wide Jewish
Mumc Festival, which will take
place Sunday nijjhU Mar. 4. at Tem-
ple Israel, it was announced by
Mr, Irwin Weinstein. chairman.
The concert is being sponsored
l>\ the Greater Miami Jewwh Com-
munity Center with the coopera-
tion of. the Cantors' Association.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple
Beth Sholom. is honorary chair-
m;ifi. and Cantor Irving Robinson,
of the Coral Gables Jewish Center,
i- Irving as program coordinator.
Tin, >imi > program will pre-
sent a varied format and content,
although the major stress will be
on the music- of the eminent Ameri-
can Jewish composer, Ernest
Bloch, whose 75th birthday is now
being observed throughout the
country in similar community tr-ti-
\;iK Mis WYinstein said. Besides
the music of Bloch and other Am-
erican Jewish composers, there
will be selections in Israeli and
Yiddish folk idioms and liturgical
music. Performances will include,
cantors, choral groups, modern
1 dancers, instrumentalists and a
dramatic monologue.
The Coral Gables Jewish Center
Choir, with Cantor Robinson, will
be directed by Miami composer
and conductor Robert Strassburg.
Cantor William Lipson, newly ap-
pointed cantor at Beth David, will
appear with the choir of that syna-
gogue led by Mrs. Jack Donner-
stag. There will also be selections
In Cantor Abraham Seif, of Con-
gregation Kneseth Lsrael.
Greater Miami Jewish Communi-
ty Center will be represented on
the program by the Flagler-Grana-:
da Group conducted by Mrs. Paul
Draizar. and the Modern Dance
Group directed by GMJCC dance
instructor, Eugenie Schein. Mrs.
Schein formerly was modern dance
instructor for Hunter College in
New York City-
Frances Tarboux. organist of
Temple Israel, will present several
Bloch preludes. Special attraction I
this year will be an unusual dra-
matic reading from Sholom Alei-,
Chen, with musical accompani-|
' merit Reading will be given by
Albert Hurwitz, drama director for
the Temple Israel Sunday School j
and GMJCC. Mrs. Peter Wagner,
mc2o-soprano, will render vocal
selections. She has appeared on'
radio programs and has been solo-
ist at local congregations
Chairman for the evening will be
Mr- Weinstein, who will introduce
Cantor Jacob Bornstein. of Temple
I-racl. to welcome the audience to
the new auditorium of the Temple.
All plans for the Festival have
bi-eii made In Mis Weinstein,
Chairman, Mrs Milton Sirkin,
GMJCC president. Cantor Kelemer,
r Robinson. Cantor Born-
lt< iii. A. Budd Cutler. Mrs. Joseph
DuotOV, Mrs" Morris Honigbaum,
H, mm Kam. Paula Oriik, Maurice
Shaw and Mrs. Julius Werner.
Re presenting organizations on]
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Malax sky. Rabbinical Association;'
Mi Sidney Stiller. Conference of I
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Mi Harold Berney. Beth David
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* Jewish thrkHnm
, Loan Industry Statistics
Unusually Impressive/ Says Lipton
Page 11 A
Tobin Opens
Drive on Violators
j, M Lipton. Florida dircc-
' "united states Sa^ngs
eaKUC. revealed Wednea-
"the statistics for the mv-
katl ,d,Nrv in the SUU
arc -unusually impress-
i of figure, for the
h954 and 1955 were prepared
l7r Distelhorst. executive
jde.t of the Florida &v-
and Loan I-eague. In
tare 77 associations in
They held assets
the
Constable Leonard Tobin this
crease of 31 percent over 1054. |Week opened an "affectionate" edu
Lipton, who is president of Dadc cational drive for high school
Federal Savings and Loan Aaaocia- youngsters who pretend they are
tion of Miami, also said that United 21 years of age in order to get into
States Savings and Loan League nightclubs and bars,
figures released recently places all i His crusade is "affectionate,"
five of the old established Federals said Tobin, because most of the
in the Greater Miami area among youngsters don't know they are
the hundred largest associations in j seriously violating a state beverage
the nation. They are First Federal, law when they use false creden-
Miami Beach Federal, Dade Fed-
eral, Chase Federal and Coral Ga-
bles Federal. .
DURING THE WEEK... IS I SEE IT
Continued from Page 4 A
propaganda which repeats and repeats the waring that U.S. Jews and
"the Jewish vote" forced the Arab nations into the Soviet camp and
that, unless Washington favors them to the exclusion of even a par-
ticle of favor for Israel, American boys will die in a Near East Korea.
The Zionist dance about the ship carrying eighteen tanks to Saudi
Arabia last Friday was a case in pointan Arab victory in Itself, which
would have been a victory even if the President had not "reversed"
| the State Department. For, televised as it was into the homes of sixty
I million American families, it proved beyond question the "truth" of
the Arab charge in the minds of the disinterested and uninformed.
and
Dade
of Florida.
3 958.000.
[jhe'endo. 1955. there were
ciationsw.th total assets of
[619000. The increase was
'rcent over the previous year
K the Nal assets of all the
ations In Florida are held by
line larger ^..nations,
2,000 is held in 11
association-
lta| asset- in the Savings and
taoctotions, Florida now
seventh amons 48 states.
[savings m the Florida asso-
at the dose of 1955 was
6394 000. an increase of 261
' dollars or 29 percent over
fet mortgages held by the asso
us in the state totaled $1,105.-
or 936 percent of total
accounts. In 1954. a total
million dollars in mortgage
.were closed, but in 1955 a
[425 million dollars in mort-
loins were closed, an increase
percent over the preceding
[it is estimated that the Flori-
isociations financed ovor 55,-
omes in 1955.
1955 nation-wide story for
associations in the country,
ering over 6.0O0. shows total
i of 37.7 billion dollars at the
[of 1955 In savings they have
billion dollars which is 4.9 oil-
dollars or an 18 percent in-
over 1954.
ne 18.3 million persons now
savings accounts in the na-
! savings and loan institutions.
nwide. 11 billion dollars in
is and Crqfts
Ichmque Aired
U !.,.. member Zevi
Ikranz addressed the Hebrew
hir- A- oc ation of Greater
Saturday evening at Beth
Hi- topic was "t'ses of Arts
Crafts in Hebn w Visual Edu-
nkraai is a graduate of the
Re of Art in Kovnow. For some
[years prior to World War II,
ght Hebrew language at Wil-
r, Lithuania, and in Kovnow.
wing his liberation from
n concentration camp in
1 he took up Hebrew instruc-
Min. arriving here in 1950 to
[the faculty af the Hebrew
enu "n Miami Beach and the
David faculty.
Lewis Elected to Notional
Board of AJCommitte
J. Gerald Lewis, Miami business-
man and communal leader, has
been elected a member of the na-
tional executive board of the
American Jewish Committee, by
former Federal Judge Simon H.
Rifkind, of New York, chairman
of the board.
Now treasurer of the Miami
chapter of AJC, Lewis takes bis
place on the top governing board
of AJC. Founded in 1906, AJC has
44 chapters and members in more
than 600 American communities
throughout the United States.
tials. Further, being a parent him
self, Tobin said "I hate to sec any
youngsters under my jurisdiction
start off life with a criminal
record."
For this reason, his constable
office on Miami Beach has begun
to distribute a mimeographed text
of the Florida Statute which plain-
ly shows the unlawfulness of sell-
ing, giving or serving alcoholic bev-
erages to minors.
Minors who misrepresent their
age are subject to three months in
the county jail or a penalty of $250.
Tobin is sending the text of this
law to parents, youngsters, club
groups and PTA members. He rep-
resents District 5. which includes
Miami Beach, Surfside, Bal Har-
bour, Bay HaHJOr Islands, Golden
Beach, North Bay Village and Sun-
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2ay. Februa^1
Left to right are Malvin Englander, special assistant attorney
general, and Richard Ervin. attorney general of the State of
Florida.
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Englander Feted
By Hibiscus Lodge
Over 500 people paid tribute to
Malvin Englander, immediate pa*t
master of Hibiscus lodge 275
F&AM. when he was honored at
the annual past master's dinner in
the Latin Quarter recently.
Attorney General of the State of
Florida. Richard Ervin. was pres-
ent to expre*- hi- best wishes to
Englander. who is hi> special as-
sistant Attorney General.
Herbert Gutman. junior past
master, presented Englander with
a past masters jewel and apron
from Hibiscus lodge, and E. Albert
Pallot. first master of the lodge,
presented Englander with a pin
from his familv.
Puchkoff Memorial
To Award Prizes
Histadruth Ivrith will hold a
Pincua Puchkoff memorial meeting
Monday evening. Feb. 27. at the
social hall of Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation.
Puchkoff. who lived in Miami for
35 years, passed away four years
ago at the age of 81. An ardent
Zionist, Puchkoff sponsored fre-
quent cultural meetings in his
home, which he named "Tel Aviv."
He was the author of "My Four
Homes." a book written in English,
as well as one book written in Yid-
dish and two in Hebrew. He was
honorary president of the Hista-
druth Ivrith of Greater Miami,
which, in cooperation with Mrs.
Puchkoff. has since established a
cultural fund to award prizes to
outstanding students of local He-
brew schools.
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, spirit-
ual leader of Beth El Congregation.
will be guest speaker at the meet-
ing. J. Z. Stadlan will pre-hie over
the presentation of prizes by Mrs.
Puchkoff.
Judaea Leaders to Meet
Leadership meeting of Young
Judaea Leaders of the Zionist
Youth Commis-ion will be held on
Sunday evening at the home of
Marcie Raffel, 2740 S\V 26th si
At the meeting will be Sandra Par-
ent. Frieda Breslau. R. Taube Co-
drozo. Phyllis Eisman. Frances
Frome, Emily Gruenway. F.lainr
Golden, Archie Goodwm, Marcio
Raffel. Harriet Solloway. Avi Each
iff. Dena Serotta. Judy Wayne.
Elaine Schwartzman. Marilyn Del-
son Mora and city director Jerome
Schulman.
SAM THE TAILOR
CASTtM SPtCIAl .
I LADIES' t MEN'S SUITS
MW to Mnwrt
$75
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SINGLE TROUSERS MADE TO OtOEl St I
22S NX 2nd AVENUE
PfcM FR J-ffJt
250 Attend Rabbi
Stern Installation;
Ask Jewish Unity
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern was in-
stalled spiritual leader of Beth
Jacob Congregation Sunday eve-
ning in the Coronation room of the
Empress hotel.
Dr. Leo Jung, of the New York
Jewish Center, delivered the key-
note address. Some 250 persons
heard Dr. Jung declare: "If the
congregation and the community
will seek the qualities of their new
rabbi, which are purely scholastic
and pastoral. Greater Miami will
Bee a spiritual uplifting in the near
future."
Among prominent community
j and rabbinic leaders greeting Rab-
bi Stern were D. Lee Powell, Mayor
of Miami Beach; Judge John Poin-
ty of the Circuit Court; Leo Meyer,
president of Beth Jacob; Rabbi
' Harry J. Hurwitz. New York, direc-
tor of the Kashruth Supervisors
I Union of America; Rabbi Shmarya-
hu T. Swirsky. spiritual leader of
Beth El Congregation and repre-
senting the orthodox rabbinate
here; and Rabbi Ephrayim Epstein,
of Agudath Horabonim, Chicago.
David Whitman, chairman of the
Sunday banquet, gave Rabbi Stern
a set of keys to a new car which
was presented to him by the con-
gregation. Toastmaster was Malvin
Englander. who read messages
from the Chief Rabbi of Israel,
president of the Rabbinical Council
of America, president of the Union
of Orthdox Congregations and
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Rabbi Stern responded, declar-
ing that "Beth Jacob Congregation
is my heart and soul. Both together
belong to the community, local and
national.
' I will fight with all my spiritual
might and authority." Rabbi Stern
said, "to bring about a united Jew-
ish community, where not only
ritualistic Jewish values will be of-
fered in united fashion, but also
the cultural and educational val-
ues and beliefs of Judaism, a-
well."
"I have but only one determina-
tion, and that is to see that the
principles of our Torah shall not
suffer. This often requires militant
action and constructive criticism.
I)ut it is always for the purpose of
lasting peace" Rabbi Stern called
for the abolition of "sectarianism
in the Jewish framework of reli-
declaring "the legalization
oi certain deviations and deviation-
ist croups- to bo dangerous t "the
true interpreation of Judaism."
AH the 'isms' confuse both
Jews and non-Jews. We have but
one God. one Torah and one Lsrael
A- SOOfl as the Torah becomes a
tool for individual groups. Israel is
split into separate entities which
may be disastrous in generations to
come.
"We are fighting against segre-
gation on the outside and we are
practicing segregation among our-
selves." the rabbi said.
Publisher Will be Speaker
T. L. Guzman. Argentinian pub-
lisher and writer, will be guest!
speaker Wednesday noon at the
regular weekly luncheon meeting
of he Miami Beach Israel Zionist
District, at the Raleigh hotel. Phil-
ip Salmon is chairman.
Orkin Presides
At Contest Fete
Frances Jarrett. of Tampa, Fla..
is the winner of the 1956 National
Girls Friday Contest, sponsored by
()rkin Kxterminating Company, ft
I was announced here by Otto Orkin,
I founder and president of the firm.
Miss Jarrett was awarded a new
Nash Metropolitan automobile.
Over 200 girls in Orkin's 28-state
territory participated in the un-
usual contest. In explaining the
'details of the contest, Orkin said
Ithat in the past his firm has con-
I ducted contests for managers,
servicemen and salesmen and that
i the Girl's Friday Contest was estab-
lished "in recognition of the fact
that branch secretaries play an im-
portant part in the overall efficien-
cy of the local operations in more
than 200 cities."
Effie Lackey, of Newport News,
Va.. only 26 points behind Miss
; Jarrett. was second prize winner
: and received a combination televi-
sion ad phonograph player.
Formal presentation of the auto-
mobile took place in Tampa at an
informal luncheon attended by
Orkin. In making the presentation,
Orkin said:
"I am particularly proud of the
record that Miss Jarrett achieved
in this contest, but I am even
more delighted that our winning
Girl Friday is an 'original'. That is,
Miss Jarrett was our first secretary
when we opened the office in Oc-
tober. 1936. and it was her first
job after finishing high school."
Orkin. one of the world's largest
pest control companies, now oper-
ates from coast to coast.
Beth David Sends
Four to Meeting
Beth David Congregation Youth
Commission of Greater Miami
rhos6 Jfcpr members yf its USY
groupjei Atten4 a Ustfted Syna-
gofmEHjfch conference last week-
end Delegates attending were Charles
Kamen, president; Shifra Serott,
vice president: Sandra Schreidell,
social chairman; and Irwin Siegel,
treasurer.
Subject presented by the delega-
tion was "The Prophets of Today."
GMJCC Children Mark Purim
More than 400 children of the
junior division of the Greater Mia-
mi Jewish Community Center,
Town Branch, will hold their an-
nual Purim, Masquerade Party on
Tuesday evening, Feb. 28, at 450
SW 16th ave.
Nursery school children in the
three branches of the Greater Mia-
mi Jewish Community Center will
celebrate Purim in a program on
Friday morning.
Central Jewish Ifo.,
Optn for Regular,
Bureau of Jewish
Wednesday reveal J
of a central j,ttlsh *-
headquarters, lMNttW1'1
The library (<,nlamfd
Jewish religion, hitorv ,
traditions and are lr"JN
guages, English, Hebrew
dish.
Among the books arc
rare volumes long out of
The library ,s open
Wednesday and Friday
a.m. to 4 p.m.. and U* ^
In charge includes Mrs j
Duntov, chairman. Rabbi s 7
sky, Max Meist I. Harry Sis*
, Ruth Abelow and Dr. hm i
man.
- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR -
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
The Hebrew Butcher Workmen
Local 643 is vitally interested in
Kashruth. Members of this organi-
zation who are working in meat
markets, hotels, restaurants and
slaughterhouses have a big stake in
|the industry. Butchers, Schochtim
j and Kashruth supervisors who han-
i die and supervise the preparation
1 of Kosher foods are of one mind,
to give the public that to which
they are entitled. This does not
mean that the members of this
! union automatically become en-
forcement agents. We only want to
! cooperate with the rabbis of the
i Vaad Hakashruth who are responsi-
| ble for supervision in accordance
; with orthodox Jewish custom.
Contracts have been signed with
packinghouses, Cort, Lazarus, Mia-
mi Provision, Everbest and Wilson:
hotels and restaurants; poultry
houses and butcher shops, covering
the employees of those establish-
ments for wages, hours and other
I conditions.
At my request to Patrick E. Gor-
man, international secretary-treas
urer of the Amalgamated Meat
(utters and Butcher Workmen of
North America. Rabbi H. Judah
Hurw.tz. head of the Kashruth Su-
pervisora Union in New York City,
was assigned to Miami to isfJal
and advise DM in all matters per-
taining to the organization and es-
tablishment of a strong Hebrew
Trades in this area. Kashruth
plumbers and wing clips are now
handled by a Committee of Schoch-
tim and Mashgiachim for the Union
with Rev. Jacob D. Katz as chair-
man.
An accurate account is kept of
all plombers and wing clips used,
corresponding with the amount of
poultry killed >., as (, prevent un-
authorized use of same and assure
100 percent compliance of Kash-
ruth. In all meat markets, poultry-
houses and packing plants wher-
vr you see the Kosher Union
Market Card, the Jewish public can
buy with confidence. No Kosher
Union Market Card will be issued
to anyone unless it is under super-
vision of a local rabbi of a Vaad.
We will continue our organizing
campaign of all Hebrew Trades un-
der the jurisdiction of Local 643
AFL-CIO.
George Pfaffendorf,
Business Manager
Levin Collection
At Lowe Gallery
Currently on view in the foyer
of the University of Miami's Lowe
Gallery is a group of contemporary
Italian and American paintings
owned by S. J. Levin, of Miami
Beach and St. Louis.
Including works by such artists
as Antonio Music, who won the
Prix de Paris in 1951, and Bruno
Caruso, who was called "the ar-
tistic discovery of 1953." this por-
tion of Levin's collection is on in-
definite loan to Lowe Gallery.
Seventeen process etchings by
the French expressionist Rouault,
also from Levin's collection, are
on view in the Members' Library
at Lowe Gallery. The Rouault
prints are from the artist's "Mis-
jere" series.
These exhibitions will be on view
until Feb. 28.
New Courses Offered
At Flogler-Granada Center
Courses in elementary Hebrew
and/or Yiddish history and reli-
gion are being offered at Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Center
starting last Sunday, with Rabbi
Leo Heim conducting the class.
The courses are sponsored by
the education committee and the
adult activities committee of Flag-
ler Granada and are under the su-
pervision of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami.
The courses are to be conducted
for ten weeks, and each student,
upon successful completion, will
receive a certificate issued by the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Students obtaining 20 credits are
eligible to enter the College of
Jewish Study.
Camp Director fo Spttk
Dr. Robert Anderson, dirt*
Camp Hygiology, Rheinbett-
| will be guest speaker Sund1
ning at the Spinoza Outdoor!
um, 11th st. and Ocean ct
derson will review Dr.
Wickenden's recently i_
book. "Our Daily Poisoorl
Abraham Wolf son will prwj|
Thursday evening, Dr. Wd
will give the fifth in a
ten lectures in the Charles!
astronomy course.
Halperin Elected 1
Chamber Presi
Samuel J. Halperin. m_
: elected president of the
: Beach Chamber ol Con_
i the organizational meetm*
1956-57 board i Envermqj
I week in the (hamher ofi
Leo J. Adeeb. auto dak
; named first vice prvidedf]
JC. McAskill. publisher. '
ivice president: and C. W.
'Jr., realtor, treasurer.
One-year appointments
board of governors were i
John A. Cook, 111. bathiag'
operator; Alexander S.
Carl T. Hoffman, attornejsrj
min G. Kline, hotel
ter Levinson. realtor; and:
R. Rivkind, hotel association
live.
Vaudeville Show Due
Jewish vaudeville show will spot-
light Saturday merit's Purim f.sti
val at the North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter in Miami Beach. President of
the Men's Clubs, sponsors, is Leon-
ard Tobin. On his committee are
festival chairman Sam Ratner,
prizes chairman Dr. Sumner Cohen,
social chairman Dale Regent, and
ticket chairman Michael Silver-
stein.
Invisible Reweaviwj
All methods $5 ho.;r privattjll
mi-private lesions. Et IH5.
S1Sat7 or write
Amber School of Ren
P. O. Box 628. North Miami
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rvkes at Nebo
Mason, 75
a member 01
Mason.
'of directors of Temple
died Sunday, Feb. 12,
Ii,nt of Miami Beach for
Ji he l.ved at 1800
St ami was an instructor
,,! at the Temple and
Jof the bo^d of the He-'
nv and the Jewish
Fund.
1 a membership campaign
rAcadeniy several years ago,
on WW instrumental in en-
new members.
Larch. 1952. he was cited by
I [ Israel for bringing in a
amount ol bond purchases.
Union t- these activities,
tm *as member of the
Home for the Aged, lit
lkpitai and Greater Miami
[Ki'ioshruth. lie was chair-
L{ Tempii' Kmanu-El MotJ
land, vice president of
Rational Fund Council of
n:i and active in
Fed-
!Sfr" Sew York, died I'. I, ii Hpllman
Funeral Chapel was in charge of local
iii EaflfernenU,
MRS, ROSE MELTZER
16i VW ]Ht etTdlcl PetX. \f
MR
4, of 163; mw Int M ,-.li.-,| Frit. lf-jl
home. A native ,,i i, ., ,, n^
came her- I.: Man asm an,I i>. BUrVtved
by her husband. Boris; son. Phillip;
Mid .laughter, lira, A.i:,,,, (isuchowekl.
in addition, aha leaveo i,. aleteri
aM f.i,ir grandchildren si,,, wan a
member of the Ordei ..r tha Baetern
iml Order <.f Amaranth s.
WV*.r*h ,l l" """''"" s Miami Fune-
Ml Horns, with burial In Mi. Sinai
' cmetery.
r_ BMttrKT SEMEN SON
61. of 4938 SW eth St., dlrd Feb. 13.
^WfHBtk~**jf Y*eo. K. in Riverslde-
Itaach MatnoiiaJ i'Impel, Flagler at.,
with burial In New York.
MRg. PAULINE STRASSMAN
*. ? 1ST, .Inmen ave. .lie,I Feb 1
Services were in Nan York, with local
arrangementa by Newman c.
Funeral Home.
- wife, Clara,
^r and sister. Service! were
Feb. 13. in Riverside-
i iorial Chapel, with bur-
Jt. Nebo Cemetery.
BENJAMIN BERNSTEIN
wv-r i I 8W 2nd
hospital. He
broker of
I pi' '. i\i m and bur-
la Waahlnalon, with local
yig, l)j C lon'a Funeral
ISRAEL CHANSKY
IttMV died Feb. 1!
i i' k heart attack.
eT,w. II i.,nil
r.. \. I). Mass an,i
b> hi- wife, Jennie, two
a daut'i'-" Scrvlceg and
.-,- in i a Ith local
irasnts by R I ;-.< h Mr-
fi'ftaptl, Flatl, r .-t.
MRS. ELLA CROMER
BW Will SI ill. 1 IVh 12
nursing h in-- She came
m Chicago.
. Include f-'iir sons, Bert.
Harold; four
M Mi Vliker,
jtljer Rher, Mrs Reva Wsld
- Bon Wrinkle 13 grandchll-
ndi lnlili en.
iwrw Feb II in '! irdon'a Fu-
Hnme, with burial In Mt. Nebo
IAMUEL OREXLER
U'.l End id who came
|ftt -.. ,in
M flab. I" n ii .i retired
r.- ope nil ..., H include
Nettle iv era, Mra.
Settle ar-
I a ton. Kdw ir.i Servtceeand
Mill Hell-
literal H'.n in charge locally.
HASH BOnU
HARRY BOVELU
87, :i Mhaml Beach Sate execu-
tive, died In a hoapltal Fab is follow-
ing h lieini attack IT.- was
nianiier of I! B Bronaton tr
ml lived at KM kw in ava
He was a member ,f the board "f
truateea of Tempta laratel ami chair-
man of the Temple's choir auad lltar
committee. Hi I v In the wo '*
of the Miami Bean h Board of Realtors
IJoyell moved to lliatml from Chlcage
In 1S3K Nine yaaMa aan h- -;# J
executive dlrermrMf flie s.'^nei. >. rt!
regional offlcea ^L.the Amerlcaa I ia>
cll for .iuiini*ii. Sui-viv4e% in- hi
wife, M.ibeite: two d.ioa:hTef. Mm.
Mollvann W'elsa and Mra. Barbe I
Kali.enell: three brothers S'.,
I^oiils and David: a sister. Mrs Tlllle
Solomon; nnd four ji and, till,Inn
Servl.-ea were Feb. ;i> In ine chattel of
Temple Israel, and bvrlal Mlowd In
the Temple section of Cr^, eland I'ark.
Gordon Funeral Home waa In charge.
HARRY L. KATZ
69. one-lii,i.. public BCl.....I L.-nlier of
lHnnv Kaye and Phil Hllvera, died
here Feb IT II. had been a wIntel
vlaltoi for ten teara and lived I
Bw 8Sth ter Ha \e.,- ., formei
dent of Brooklyn and a member of the
National [...One ,.r New ^',.ik He waa
a i.in,-, lor to i ;.,v \ i .i.n ii.,i rtman
and Israel Ki slstanl n
of N'.w Y..I k Pit) Bui i vora Include
hin wife, Frances; daughter. Hi
AOi I, n; and tw* sons, Martin
ami How in ,l Bennett >.
bui i.,1 in New fork, with R
aide-Beach Mem,,, ml Chap I, Flagler
st.. iii oharge ks all).
MRS. SARA ARBUSE
7,'. visitor from Sea >',,. i.. dli ,i PV b
i Bervlcea and burial were In New
a nil loi ,1 in angen nita by
Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel,
U .. liintiton in .
ive., with burial In Mt. Slnal Cemete-
ry.
MR8. SADIE QOREDETSKY
fiO. of J04I SB l7th St., North Miami
'.each, died Feb, 10. Ilellman Funeral
Home was In charge of burial ar-
rangement*.
MRS. BERTHA RATHAEL
,HHH.,.Iik "^-^gUmi Funei-m Lme waa In
aa>g T nrrattHements
BENJAMIN B. LEVINE
S*. formerly of Bynu'lfee N V died
Feb. 9 at his residence. 1tS 79'h -l ,
North flay Village. Two daughters.
Mrs. Marian Polnn and Mm I
Zolno. survive Services were Feb in
at Riverside-Reach MemorJa1 i >>>"!.
Magler st.. with burial In Mt Nebo
Cemetery.
BERNARD MESSER
i itm from Ni ^',,i i, died I- h
is Bervlcea and burial were in \m
Yoik. with local arrangement
Rlveraldi Beacb Memorial Chapel,
Wasliintiioii ava
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14 :; x-a-M
JACOB MARKOVITZ
9.",, member of ., |i,,,ne.-i l.iniil\ at K.-v
West, died Peb l( at the borne of a
son, Carl, 1501 NK 1st gve where lu-
was visiting. He was a retired K>v
West merchant. Two other sons. II, i -
man and Isidore: a brother; nine
5randchilili.n anil 14 great-grandchil-
ren survive Bervlcea .-r.- In K.-v
Wi-t, with Cordon Funeral Home in
charge locally.
ISAAC MILLER
72. of 997 NB 146th st a retired res-
taurant owner, died of a heart attack
while visiting In Hollywood Feb. 17.
Survivors Include his wife. Sophie.
tw.i aona and two daughters Bervlcea
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503 S.rY. 17t* Ave._ M. 82 5480
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 187612
i oNt'ETTA ORACB BLUM, Plaintiff,
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THE! il" RE I'M M, I >. r.n.L. ni.
ORDER OF PUBLICAT.ON
:' i I'll i;,,I" n:i: BLL'M
A) inn-
Bronx, Ni
You ..... hereb) notltled il
Ii ,s Iii .11 filed
i you ami you are hi
ipj of your Ai
to the 'omplalnt ror i lvor< a on
file the 01 in-
itial Anawei n the office ol the Clerk
,.i ihe fin 'iii i'ourt on or hi
ISrd da) "i March, ISl.....therwlee,
,ii c,mi].11 For
I nvi, a e i',l l taken as COIlfi
.,--.niist you.
Dated the --ml day f Febr iary,
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
ii,-ik ol cii,nil Court
By H 11 kick, ji: .
iS.iili lleputi ''lerk
fiKOROE J TALI AM >FF, ESQ.
Mtorne) for Plaintiff
4L'u Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
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EPHRAIM M. OILMAN
74. of X died Feb. 9. He came here six veara,
ago from Boaton. where Me owned it
food store. A slwer, Mrs. Cheryl
< reenhtira*. Clevelnnd. <>* p)e.
lees and burial were In Boston, with
V-wm:.n- charge locally.
JACOR RUDCES
7. a retired manufacturer ,'f electrical
eonlilment. died rtk. 'i. He1 rfMed nt
19X0 SW 3!nd pi., cnnilaat here from
Jamaica. 1,1 six years svo. He was
c.reenburg t* member of the Odd "Fetlmrs. His
' wife. Eva; a brother. Louis, two aona
and three rrnralrMUrcn.*>> Herit,
Ices and burlsl were in New York,
with Cordon Fuueial Jlonaa In.iywmjr^
lra-ally. ^-
HARRY FEIN
sident
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of
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years
< -nrvlved
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were Feb. 10
Chni'.l.
in New
CHARLES RIVITZ
>!.v."' ,,r visitor
I I.I. 9
eveland,
rial rhap.
'" '" arrange-
ltll?VE-RA SOLOMON
' winter vls-
' died r. b
I ii New
RTRU0E ALBERTS
Baaeh !" She had
, r' 20 years.
a tlil "* is
" '*" -" l>i Irving and
fr"^;- Mrs Sonya
blekiu M-"t""n: nd
Services were
AW I" ":,i- '"'' Memorial
BARNET BENENSON
4. of 43 RW th si., dlrd Teh. 13 In
a local hospital. He Is survived by
his wife. .leanetle; two '"daughters.
Mr> Rema RosenMrc and Mjs. Lillian
Aaron: and one brother. JUouia. Serv-
ices were Feb. 14 at Riverside-Beach
Memorial Chapel, with Interment In
Brooklyn.
DAVID KOCH
*,. a Miami Beach hotel owner, who
came here 22 vedrs ago from New
York, died Feb 19. He Uve.1 at MM
HMh st He owned and operated the
Iieslle and Kenmore hotels and was s
member of Temple Emanu-EI and
Temple Beth Bholom He also was af-
filiated with the Hebrew Aiwdemy and
It'nal B'rlth. Survivors include his
wife. Freda: a son. Hv: and one
daughter, Mrs Ethyle Kaplan In ad-
illtion. he leaves n brother. lter and
five erandchildren Services were
F.b 21 In niverslde-Beach Memorial
''h "-1. Washington ave.. wRh burial
In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. MINNA REICHMAN
*4. of 174", SW 2-'nil t.r who came
here 20 yeara ago from St Louis, died
Feb. 1. She la survived by three sun-.
J. Ben, Maury and Joseph; four
daughters, Mrs. Mary Rubin. Mrs.
Ruth I.evln. Mrs. Lillian Sherman and
Mrs. Hiidle Schucart: 14 grandchildren
and 20 great-grandchildren. Bervr ea
and burial were in St. Louis. With
Cordon Funeral Home In charge loc-
II>. ______
MRS. ANIE S. KUTNER
71. of Lino Pennsylvania ave.. a winter
visitor from Brooklyn, died Feb. 15.
Services were In Brooklyn, with River-
side-Heath Memorial Chaiiel. Wash-
ington ave In charge locally.
BERNARD KAHN
4H>, nf 'RnlMnvM-e. Md president f '*<>
Moses K.lhn Clothing Store chain, lied
Feb I* In Miami Beach !! ha,I been
president of the firm since 1929. after
the death of his father Survivors In-
clude his wife. Ktta a son. M
one daughter. Mrs |>avld (5"!;ib: and
:, brotbar, Jerome. Services mil burial
were In Baltimore, with Rlveral-le-
Beach Memorial Chapel, Waehlafton
ave.. In charge locally.
EDWARD APKIN
-.2. of IUS Meridian ave.. died Fell 14.
He came here IB year- ag" from N-w
York and was a member of I^.cal 11.1,
Bartenders and Walters I'nlon. His
wife. Bvlvla, survives Bervlcea were
IVh 1 at Newmnn-c.ordon Funeral
Home, with burial In Hade Memorial
Park. _______
MRS. ETHEL WEIL
fiO of RS10 Byron ave d milliter of the
Int. American s..ng wHter. Charles
K Harris, died Feb. II She came here
from New York and Is survived hv her
i,nil. Robert, and a sister. Mlldreti
MAX GOLDSTEIN
*". of 11 % 2"th st.. Miami Beach, died
I'.li IS. Services were In New York.
with local arrangements by Newm.ui-
ii.iiii..ii Funeral Home.
lea
ind
Mt.
5^ you will find
, we finest examples
rViJ any Cemetery
of Memorial Art
j been created
[ cad installed by
in Miami
THURMOND
MONUMENT CO.
* it. st. ph. M<24,
**$ wo oq
^^^1 Charges
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HARRY OREENBERO
71. of tUt BW Itth il died Feh. 19.
Rervtcea end burial were In New- York,
with local arrangements by Rlveralde-
Beach Memorial Chapel. Flagler at.
Memorial
p ,
WILLIAM KESSLER
K, New York clothing manufacturer,
here as a winter visitor at the Inn
talnehleau hotel, died of a heart attack
I". I, is Local arrangements were by
Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel.
Washington ave., for burial and Berv-
lcea In New York.
SAMUEL LIEBERMAN
4. winter visitor from Rockvllle Cen-
husl .-..
Harris Riverside Beach
ChapeL Washington ave.,
charge locally. _______
MRS. KATHERNE J. MILLER
-,r, ,,f lalO sw Itnd ave., died Feb n
in'a ho-pltal. She moved to Miami 1-
vears ag" from New Y"rk and
member of Bnal B;rllh Wornen of
Coral c.bies and Ladlaa vumimiv of
Jewish War Veterans Post 243. (oral
Cables. Survivors Include her hus-
band. Jacob: a son. Martin: three
daughters. Mrs. Harriet "'"nsteln
Mrs. 1'on,the Barrette ami Mra. Anita
St.-rn two sisters. Mrs Irene New-
man and Mrs Charlotte Stem, and
nine grandchildren, fcfjtfj" f,re
were Feb d In Cordon Miami l hnn-
el. with burial In Mt Nebo Cemetery.
JACOB STEIN
*2. a retired grocery owner, died ren
IS unexpectedly. He came here 16
veers ago and lived at_31 Collins ave.
Services were Feb I -. in Riverside-
Beach Memorial Chapel. Washington
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 18760S
MENYHERT LACKER, Plaintiff,
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IRENE I.MPFR. TVfenHant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IRENE LACFER
L's:,7 Sedgwick Avenue
BrOM U, New York
You. IRENE I.AI'FKK. are herebv
notified that Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has bean filed against you.
and you ai.- required to eorvo a oopy
nf your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
if Complaint on the plaintiffs At-
lorney, QBORUE I'HKKTKtiF. 6i"7
i'Uinnia Building. Miami ZZ, Flol
and fib- the original Answer or Plead-
Ing In the office of the Clerk of the
i ii, hi Curt on or before the 2>>th.
day of March. 19'>6. If you fail to do
so. Judgment by default will he taken
against I'OU for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecutive weeke
in Till: JBWI8H Fl.oHIIHAN.
DONE AM> ORDERED at Miami.
j Florida, Hiis ISnd da> of February,
A 1>. l'.'.'.fi.
K i: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Bade County, himuia.
B] B. B, WYNN.
(Clrcull Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
QE< MM IB CHERTK' 'F
Attorney fot Plaintiff
i.n; i ilimpia P.iiililing. Miami T.2. Fla.
i/tt i/s-i-if ________,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVF.N thnt
the iiii'l.-rsigii-d. desiring to engage in
buslneaa under the fictitious -ie -f
P.AYCii ALTO SKAT COVBRB. at
rti> i s W. sih Btreet, Miami, Iniends
to r.gi-i'i -i.i,i name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I Hide County,
,''"i"tt- IRWTM SAI.ITSKY
/Si 1 2-9-1
IN COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 349Z7 B
RE: ESTATE 'I-
I'VI'I'H E DROSS, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTfCB is herein given that I have
filed mis final report and petition for
Una I Discharge as Kxeciitor of the
esia.....f faith i: OROBS, deceaaed;
and thai "ii the 12th dav of M'rch.
195. I will applv to the Honorable
FRANK DOW LI NO, County .ludite of
i iade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as executor of the estate of
FAITH K :BOSS, deceased.
This Sth day of February. I9ai.
B \ QROSS
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor
2/10-I7--M 2______________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORI -
DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 187524
FAY JACOBS, Plaintiff
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ARNO JACOBS. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ARNO JACOBS
Stratford Arms Hotel.
117 W 7mh St .
New York, N. T.
TOP ARK HBREBT NOTIFIITO
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
baa been filed against you. and von
are required to serve a copy of vimr
Answer or Pleading to* the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's attornev.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 29th
dav of March. 19.'.*i. If you fail to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thia 21st day of February,
A "e. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County.
Florida
By B B WTTN,
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Soil i
HAROLD H, KASSIN.
Attornev for Plaintiff
JJOX Callnno Street.
Coral Cables. Florida
2/24 8/2-9-U
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Pqge 14 A
+J**Mn?r&&*to-
.Fridoy.
February
2<.l
ON THE
NMBA LASHY
Detailed Study of Soil in Lakhish Area Bears Top [U
a year ago then was a very
detailed plan which t""k account
of the various type- of toll there.
Ull- oi water resources, security
requirements, the kind of people
and l>cfore long, another 700 fam-
ilies will move to permanent
homes Alrr.uly, much of the land
has heen brought under the
plough, highways have been laid.
"Only about 15 t0 in
f these Ship-to-wtu "i
grantsjeave ,, S]
Aryo ll.av. ,hodeput}
Milled in the Lakhish area, telephone installed^and^soon, an project. "And tho* ^
It was the hrsl time there had
been this kind of planning, with
all the various authorities con-
tributing toward the whole prob-
lem of turning a hitherto empty
space Into another farming area.
Tin- preparation has borne re-
sults Now, less than eight months
alter the fir-t urotip of "ship to
settlement" North Africans have
been settled In Lakhish, the dis-
trict which stretches from Aska
Ion to the .ludean Hills, and from
the Northern Negev to the 0dc
ra area, has no less than 14 new
villages with l.OOO immigrant
families and a fen score Israeli
youths, and in addition the
nucleus of a brand-new city which
is to become the hub of the area.
Already. 350 big two-and-a-half
room concrete houses have re-
placed as many wooden prefabs
in which the new settlers spent
MilTO\ FRIED*! AX
THE THAW. By llya Ehrenburg. Translated from the Russian by Manya
Harari. 230 pp. With on s*ay, "The Death of Art," by Russell Kirk.
Chicago: Henry Regnery Company. $3.50.
By HILARY MINDLIN
OUT FROM UNDER the Iron Curtain has crept a very had and
very important book. Extremely shallow, thin to the point <>l boredom,
it nevertheless has such high points of interest for the Western reader
that one wonders how it squeezed through without getting caught on
the barbed wire oi Soviet censorship. All the more astonishing i- the
facl that iiya Ehrenburg, who managed to survive over (went) years
oj policy changes and "new looks" and who i~ one of the few Jews
of prominent position left, was made to recant the here \ so gently
expressed in "The Thaw."
The town of "The Thaw" is a provincial factory town of present-
day Russia; its people are doctors, engineers, a factory director, a head
designer, two artists, and their families. They are the new Russian
middle-class, as removed from the workers as from the ruling hierarchy.
The way Ehrenburg has pencilled them in. they seem all ol I piece .
decent, rather hard-working, somewhat drab, somewhat dull.
In their daily round of work, meetings and small parties, they say i
such things as "It s not enough for a Soviet man to control Nature, he
has to control his own feelings as well;" "she was a Soviet woman, she I
had a sense of dignity;" "her mother was a remarkable woman, if
tMere were more like her Communism would come very soon, but I
ieelings she neither could nor wished to understand." They say these the first months, ol their lives,
things as if by rote, yet they worry about them; they feel that on the
one side lies their duty and on the other, their souls.
In the beginning what could you expect* Ton atari building a
house and there i bound to be a lot Ivmjj about
but now it time we were getl the home m bring
lived in alter all. K'noulfiige ]eelmg<
that mutt be trained. Tal^e America they \e am amuuiil of
education there I can tell from the-.r inenn/ic fount*!*. And
tS rhrv put MA.1 Bui |Ufl ira.i what they
is and Bid W >.i>i feeling! be trained' 1: > difficult We have
tjljen a lot ol trouble i>i er one half of :he human being bur the
other hal] :. neglected. The resu thai ."if half of the hoii'C
i> II / too \eep a partition beiueen the wa\ I reason
the :> j / lite.
Ehrenburg limns these people like a painter with an all-grey
palette. There are no flaming revolutionaries, no scarlet purges here.
His people are concerned with their own problemspetty intrigues.
production standards, the ever-present possibility of a mishap and
a reprimand from higher-up. They seem nearly to wonder, as Russell
Kirk points out in his thorough analysis, whether this i, to be the,
whole meaning of their lives I- this the New Order for which mil-
lions of live- were expended?"
It is noteworthy that Ehrenburg portrayed his thaw" in terms
i .i freedom to love, a return to passion, or to heart, as n were, and
to the right to put a person above the state || is interesting too. to
liow completely he identifies the end ol the political deep-freeze
with the warming ol the lues ,,i the people For s,, it must be under
el totalitarianism; tl rnment has set forth an official altitude
to humanity, and humans must conform
llya Enrenburg's theme was roundly denounced for "bourgeois
ion." Apparent!} he mistook Ihe temporary wavering ot control
i i a government in flux (the book was written shortly after Stalin's
' true poliC] With one hand out to these sad qtaiet
Russian- and the other holding firmly to our own dreams, Americans
onlj hope that Ehrenburg was merely premature. We can also
keep our warm springs ol humanism freely flowing.
irrigation network should be com-
pleted, so that there will be wa-
ter for the summer crops.
Most of the North Africans
have been settled down in the
plain, which has 50.000 acres of
first-rate soil, while up in the
of the Jewish Agency.
Project. "And thos
mmnly during
they have relations JJ

want to join them" S""
the men six days a
more difficult hilly parts, close the land is parcelled u
by the Jordanian border and only brought the first harm,1*
in part irrigable. Israeli youths some kinds of work nan
have established three settle- '- -'-
ments. with more to follow.
Things happen mighty fast in
Lakhish: so fast, in fact, that the
newcomers are still.a bit con-
fused. They have had to get used
m
tree planting for th7'
Fund, does not bring fcj
wage and breadwinners efi
families say the) hM ra
keep thei.- brood fed
shod. Nevertheless as v*,
to a lot of things, these past few village after village. thevVtt
months, and particularly those tell you, "better in Israel
who came from the interior of hard to make ends meet,
Morocco and whom several cen-
turies of development had passed
by, are taking it all in slowly. But
they like their new way of life
and regard it as a "mitzva" to
have a piece of land of their own
in Israel.
._ ------- ,1U, meci| jj
be a cobbler or hawker in |
co.
The men and the
quickly get used to the net
of life.
Undoubtedly it is the ^
who have the hardest time"i
Eden-Ike Talks Showed Little Imagination -- and Less
A world that looked to the
Eden-Eisenhower conference for
imaginative peace moves in the
SFN. H'RBltT HUMAN
"dangerous situation'
f# IVfII SMIW 1KTZ
Americans of Revolutionary Days Were Big Bible Readers
Americans oi Revolutionary days were great Bible
ers and ii was natural for them to think of then-
own leaders in terms ol Biblical analogies it we
look back to those tunes, we find Washington fre-
quently referred to as a latter daj loshua
\t the conclusion of the Revolutionary War. there
is a story ot Franklin in Europe being present at
e function at which British, American and
French representatives were toasting one another.
A Hnton raised hi- glass, "l give you." he said, "the
British Empire, which like the sun, shines in all parts
ol the world."
Then it came Franklin's turn. He raised his I
The United state- is too young," he id to do any-
thing boasting yet, "but I give you, Washington, the
Joshua who made the sun stand still."
Joshua is praise,) by the ancient rabbis for the
HKTII SIEROTY
same qualities which we praise Waahingtoi
integrit)'and honesty. They picture him mueh as we
Picture Washington, a sail disciplined man. not given
" ;"iV u"'"-,">. in fact, a little dehumanized 01
ome historians have protested this picture try-
ing to bring back the flesh and blood Washington
Porting to the fael thai the ...her ol Ms coun?n
COUM.a. time- ,, .. hcaltln SWetring. thS
be likedI to dance, thai h, was a frequent theatre
>,:'""" 1 he played cards and s on
I MPPOM it was -ome motive similar to the \mcii
can histonans which ..... ,be Midrash to marr ,
:";;;^g. ""r"is" ^for*&
trie Bible there we are told that Rabat) lived in
downtown Jericho, practicing a highly uneth! a )r
loshua. Of course, from the Jewish standpoin X
was good, coming to the aid of the .lews
Middle East has found itself re-
warded only with a vapid state-
ment containing obvious restate-
ments of previous positions and
platitudinous generalizations.
A detailed analysis of the Eden-
Eisenhower talks will, of course,
have to await more Information
than was contained in the state-
ment issued. But, at first glance,
the statement produced no evi-
dence of Anglo-American unity
on bold, realistic policies to up-
set Soviet penetration of the
Middle East Neither did it show
initiative in any constructive
new moves to honor the Tripar-
tite Declaration of 1950 by-
redressing the power balance.
Now heavily tilted in the Arab
favor, the balance of power was
ignored in the pompous state-
ment.
The statement urged the Arab
state and Israel to "reconcile the
positions which they have hither-
to taken" This was reminiscent
"I Eden"- Guildhall speech in
Which he cited the 1947 partition
decision and urged a compromise
ring territorial surrender by
Israel Echoing Secretary of State
Dulles' meaningless Aug. 26 pro-
posal, the statement spoke of
iranteeing agreed frontiers "
This meant only that if the Arabs
decided to agree with Israel on
frontiers: the Western powers
would support such an agree-
ment, ii the Arabs became that
able, there would be no
need for an outside guar
Secretary of State Dul
appealed for bipartisan
in taking the Arab-Israel
"out of domestic politics."
Herbert H. Lehman depicted!
as an Administration atte
plead the "Fifth Amendn
its past mistakes in this
Other prominent Demo
eluding Presidential ea
joined with Lehman in
Dulles' appeal
Many Republicans agreed I
members of their political of,
tion that the only fair thingIJ
in the face of massive Co
arms shipments to Egypt
sell Israel defensive
Dulles found himself called I
count and failed compk
get the blank check hei
He continued to defer a
Israel's amis application.
an Egyptian military
triumphantly published |
Egypt's new Communist
Lehman, speaking before I
tional Democratic dinner, i
ed the thinkin- ol importantt
ments in his party. He cb
that in the Middle East "ui
ministration has permitted
be projected into a most dai
ous situation dangerous]
our most vital interests
ous to the cause of peace.
gerous to the security ol the I
world, and dangerous to the'
existence of our sister toP*1
of Israel "
BOMS SUOI ill
Centenary of Heinrich Heine's Birth
Haym Solomon May Still Get His Just Reward in History
Congress may BOOB reward Haym Solomon. Jewish
financier who gave so much to the American revolu-
tion that he died permileas.
Congress is now considering recognition of the
burial ground of Haym Solomon and other Jewish
patriots as a site of national and historic signifi-
cance. This culminates a nine-year effort by Phila-
parative Literature at Citj
lege of New York, believesj
for more than a century
has enjoyed an internal'
vogue unsurpassed by that of I
other German, except Goethe
Great minds, in coun'ry
though the interior Departmental 1^
C H0Use W***tea on Interior ami insul
The world observed on Eeb. 17
the centenary of the death of
Heinrich Heine, the great Ger-
man Jewish poet who died in
Prance. To mast Germans Heine
Was a symbol of the Jew, but to
the world he remained one of the
greatest poets of the century. The country, have been stimul
varying attitudes towards him in by his recorded attitude t -er.nany .hiring the centurv eternal problems. And his
trom the ostracism of Jung-Deut- raphers all testify that d
Mhland m 1835 to the burning of his baptism, he really did
his books by the Nazis in 1933 wish to escape his Jewish
< wild serve as barometer of Ger- He was a Jew by birth, by
man pressure against the Jews. training, by inner conviction
However, the English people boyhood years in "Cheder
ar
Affairs which has been considering the two
inclined to favor the Byrne Bill
acclaimed him with almost
com- his Berlin experiences in
the!
dehphia Jews and non-Jews to obtain recognition for With leeonune^dhU^^hl'^"^ is conMeh1
Mikveh Israel Cemetery. "nmenaations of the Interior Department
Two separate bills to attain this objective hare l*?rt d"cribed M "iavoraWe," the department
been introduced in Congress. One, introduced by agreed that Mlkvh Israel Cemetery was of 7..1
5?,- JJa,me.s Byrne and 8UPP0rt* Philadelphia Congressmen, would establish Mikveh eral Government should no, Z T the *>d
Israel Cemetery as a national shrine. The other, in- preservation of the cemetery.' *** *" lh*
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iete unanimity. To the English, ciety for Jewish Culture and
' Jewishness was of sec-
importance. A good deal
Heine's J.wishness was of sec- ence left a deep mark on
ondary
Prof. Liptzin. in h ha*
- ..-i me r:ngiish thought of lished by Bloch Publishing
Heine can be found in "The Eng- rightly considers Heine '
ran Legend of Heinrich Heine," than a German or *
by Prof. Sol Liptain. distinguished talks of him as a citiaen ^
American Jewish scholar. Dr. world and a sentinel of
Lipuin. who i Profeesor of Coan- value*.


February^W
L NOTICE
-Jen Ist flcrJcfi&n
Page 15 A
'county. flor
*NCE,nVn > COl.PHERO,
Clfl
. 'limit
ANC
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IDA.
186925
i.ll.l
iStrlnJhf,
|,. n filed
hereb) re-
.. ,, Answer
|n\..i.-c 1
,l i Ik
before the
W*' .. ,,l ..II "' l"""' "-
otherwise, the
.ofM.. .,., ,,.,,- I-
twwt......'
Dei [erh
PrtAUASOFT. na
tor Plaintiff
i H'Wi .
,-h. Florida
F*_____-----------------------
"J^DER FICTITIOUS
,NAHM,1'|L|t*'IVKN that
ICE* i to MHM '
dLffVe "regiswr na,ne
Sw nirk of the Circuit Coo*
S%oBSb,c___at_
ptuedman
< \ FR'
" fr Applicant
BMC.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDE* FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HERKIIY tllVRN
I ha undsi -ini. i. .i.-n Ins to i
business under the fictitious name (
RAHBIZON HOTEL POR WOMEN, hi
N W Met Mtret i. Mi.in,i. ind nd
: laid name with iii. i. i.
..f the Circuit Coin t of I iade i
Florida.
WILLIAM HOI.MSTEIN
ROHE OOLDBTI
tiENET a, ue.net
Attorney* for Applicant*
L'ii Lincoln Road
I 10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th.it
the iinili reigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua aame
REACH FORMAL SHOP, at 163
Michigan Avenue. Miami Hca.-h. in-
tend to register said name" with ihe
cu-rk of t]je Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Horlda.
HENRY DONNER
SAMUEL DONNER
LEONARD KAI.1SH
Attorney for Applicant*
|iw>l iml'ont Hide.
2/8-10-17-24
UNDER FICTITIOUS
rl^:^iWVKNthat
..I ilesl.....* "
Jt am i '"''' SB"
Jfj M-,- ii , ,(1urt of I>ade
N S.ivik
.SAYAS
... f-Kvrv-
it. t '......'
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE In HERKHY (JIVEN that
ii- in.i. rslgned, d< unrig to ngage in
|nde. the .1 ......
; V ;(" PARTK a WRECKING.
" N \\ fStb Ktreel ni ..- .,
RUter laid name with the ci.
t Court -i Dad, count)
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
the
Plortda
Attorn*] for Applicant*
- I.In. ..In |{,|.
10-17-N
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NO! ICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
...iH" "'-."''' *'*'rlni lo engage In
bii*ln*a< .d.- i .-i .,,..,,. ,,,
KfFST0*" ''UKSS OF MIAMI
JI10 B.W. 8th Str.. Intend! i
ter raid name with th.
at
reela-
Of til
* '"'"I. '.',".''/ i'H'le Count) I ...ri.l.,
K.-RT IvVIlVMS""1-''"""-'"'''
t/fiER.u K'^y*,""'^ '"" "' Ml'nl
BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
... nKaue In
. '": '
\\ lib \\e-
[the fieri '"" "'
| .riUKAKIl
[koK dixon
for .'
'oral U
M CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IN CHANCERY No. U7134
[>MK sll"W M.TKR and
M, M WEBER Plaintiff*.
A. FISCHER. .....I JOHN A.
RIB ind FISCHER,
rife, hiv unknown bpoii
Itefrtiilants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
John A I
mx ntii h
kilraiUIr !7, N i and
'John A rlarher and
A If.'. IllB
|unlsno.i -i
".".: Wth Si
Jaiendali :: N Y ni
l known tMWi
I, nt.-i aaalgna, It**-
|..'j. i .....tlui"
I lug i tin ouch, un-
| iove named
.,u neraoni
. lalmlni
|h the al>o\e
ll" ARE IIKREHY NOTIFIED
. unit h In ) "'I
pe<'lflc
ni
ti.||i.niii. lertj i' i-
I wit.
i.( LIT II. I".
IK MIAMI.
tig ... tli.-'
In l'l it
the Pub-
Ri .nty,
|
HENRY M
ireet. Ml
original of
of the
. .....r be-
[ | ..tii -
of will Com-
>l UI be U ni.-- ,i b)
WBD ti Miami, hlorlda, this 8th
B H I.KATHERMAN,
Clerk of i ,-,,rt
i da
Bj B R WVNN.
I*jut) Clerk ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37208-A
In Re: ESTATE OK
MEYEK BE1NHORN. Deeean'1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Teuton* Hav-
ing claimn or Iii-in.in.ls AgalnM Bald
Entate:
You. and each of you are h.i.l.
You. and each of you are h< r*b)
notified and required to present any
claim* and deinandn whl.h you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MK.TKK IIKIMIdHS'l 0>-
eeaaed late of I hide County. I-io.nl..
i.. Ihe Honorable County Judges '..f
Hade County, and file the nann- in
their offices In the County CourthoUM
in i>!i,i.. County, Florida, within eight
calendar month! from the date of the
flrat publleiitloti hereof. Said claim*
ii,in.N to ontaln the legal ad-
dreaa of th<- clalnjatit ..! I -.. n
lo anil pref.ent*H afdrVanld, or name
will be barred. fte -Sct>n 731.H of
the 1*4.'. Prolwte A.-t
Date JanuaiN :i". A D. 19.'>S.
I'HIL BEI.NHORN,
A! Executor of the Lacl Will
.in,I T. -t.i merit of
METER J'.i:iNH"KN.
11. .
MARK 8IL\ EltSlEIN
420 Lin. oln ltd., allaml lieach, Fla.
Attorney f..i Exe< utor
1 3-1H-17-2I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37142-B
In T5. ESTATE OF
ABRAHAM BLOOM, Deeoaaed
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing ciaim or Demand! Against Said
Eatate:
You. and each of you. ate heieb)
notified and re<|tilred t.. nrenenl any
. l.uniH and demand* which you. or
either of \ou. may ha\.- ag.iliiHl the
eatate of AHH Ml \M HI/K).M. dec. -.-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
the Honorable County Judaea of pad*
County, and file the aame.In their of-
fice* in the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within ieht
calendar moSitlt! from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claim*
or demand* to contain the legal ad-
dreaa of the claimant and to be aworn
to and preaented as aforeaald. or aame
will be barred.
Date January ZS, A.I>. 1*56.
SIMEON SPEAR,
Aa Executor of the Last Will
and Testament *f
ABRAHAM BLOOM. Deceased
WEPMAN AND W KIWI AN
Attorney* for Eatate of
Abraham r.loom
1/1-10-17-24__________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No 186943
GLORIA KOS8AR HORN, Plaintiff.
VI
STANLEY H' IRN, I X n i.mt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T(>: ST WI.EY lli'RN
. Balnbrtdce Awnue
Bronx 7. New York
You are hereb) notified th.n a Com.
plain! for i Hvon ha* bt en rll 1
again.-t you, end you I......|ue*tM to
:,v of \ "in An iw pi Plead
Ini to tin- Complain) on the l'l.iintifr a
Attorneys, Albion and Greenfield, 2
I'lar-a liiill.lliig. Miami, Florida
>., rile the orbimal Answer or Pli
in tin ll "' th( '
cult Court on 04 bel the .th i
March, 195*. If you fall U> do so.
Judgment by default will be
against rou for the relief il. inanded
bs the Complaint. .., .
Horn- and m Klr-
i.i.i. this let day of February If
i: B LEATHERMAN.
Clerh ol Ho- Circuit Court
By l: B W V.NN. ,
Deput) Clerk (senl)
ALBH IN and GREENHELD
claxa Building. Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2/3-10-17-24 ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..-_ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ngajte In
l-"n,';vu".'!,r,""' fictitious nilth.,,,,
MELODT MANOR, at 781 E i:.,v
"all'"r Drive. Hay Hail..,, lal.nd
Miami lieach. Florida. Intend to i.K.
iater said name with the Clerk of the
i Ireuit Court of Dndd County. Florid*
JACOH J. AVALLENDiHtK
OERTRCDE WALLENDORF
AMLI.IAM V KIRK
,^.,.t.KATHKH,N,: N. KIRK
JOHNSON. LEVENSON t. PERRY
Attorneys for Co-partners
K09 Hlscayne Hldg.. Miami, Ho. Ida
t, I .-24 3/2-9
ICE ,' Miami i:..i.-ri. Intend* to regls-
, with th<
n. uit i "olirt of I >adi <
. i. I KT 1 ,. fin JKNET < 1. I .1
IttOl In tm-ti 1 | 1
I ll k of
, I 'In
tin-
Ida
I "SI
ZJE.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS in THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
NAME LAW |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that | FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37071-A
tt... undersigned, desiring to engage In in |;(. ESTATE OF
the fictitious name of HERMAN FISCHER Deceased.
IIEACH ITBLICITY KERV- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, All Creditors and All
I Is kilts i lil i- ol I i.-inanUs -\-
ss id Eatn t
i.u. tunl each -(
in.Sjfled and reyulreri to ]*e
ilalma and demand* hi< h
i ther lA on. ma v ha> H >
of HERMAN FISCHER,
i late ol Dade County, Klo.
to the Honorable Count) Judge
1 'nun! |, end file thi -am-
theli offli e* in the (..ntii. i 'ourtn
in Dade County, Florida, within .
calendar months from the date of trie
first publication In
d* lo conta n the learal
dress Of the ilannant *nd to l>. S'
.. and presented afoi-esai -JI.18 of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring ... engage in
busineai inder the fictitious nan., ol
WAIKIKI PARTNERSHIP "K THE
DANIEL AND HELENS LIFTER
T Pt'NDS, at I8W1 Colllm An-
nn. I i.i,|. i 'ount) Intend to ret
said name srlth the cierfc ..r the r*l W HI be'barred. tron'7;
cult l otirt of Dade County. Florida, ,, 194c Probate
Dmilel and Helcrie Lifter
by
or
the

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 34953-B
RE ESTATE OF
JESSIE FREDKRIKSEN, Decea ed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- Hereb) given that I
h.ivi filed my final report and pe-
tition for l-i-iai Discharge a* Rxecu-
f the estate of JESSIE FRED-
ERIKSEN, deceased; and thai on the
12th iIhi of March. I9N. I will apply
. Honorable FRANK B DOWL-
INO. Cunts iinic. of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said final
1 and for final dlscharee is
itor ..r the Estate ol JESSIE
FREDERIKKEN, deceased
This lth das nl Pebruai
M W |{ SILVER
MAX H. SILVER
attorney for Executor
J 17-21 3 J :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORl
DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 187571
CARE. GREENE, Plaintiff
v*.
CONSTANCE GREENE, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CONSTANCE GREENE
98 Catawl*a Street
Mahonoy City, Pennsylvania
YOC. CONSTANCK OREENK. are
required to *erve copy of your An-
wer lo the Bill of Complaint for
I'lvorce on be 1'lslntlfr* attorney.
KiSEPH ROSENKKANT7.. No One
Lincoln Road Building. Miami Beach.
El.rlda. and file the original in the
office of the Clert of the above styled
Court on or liefore the Mrd das ,,f
March. 1*38. or Complaint will he
taken as confessed. _____
DATED this 21st day Of l-ehruarv.
"'" E. B. LEATHERMAN
clerk of the Circuit Coui t
By R. H RICE. Hi.
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal! .....
Joseph roseSkrantz, E8Q
One Lincoln Road I'.nihiing
Miami Reach. Hort.de
- I J-S-18
Trust r'und for
I>onna Isadora Lifter ';
Daniel and Helene Lifter
Tree! r nod tor
Rheldnn VCoodrow Rubin '-.
Daniel and Hel. n. Lifter
Trust Fund for
Andrew Scott Kuhin H
Daniel and Helene Lifter
Truat h'tind for
Nancy Irene Lifter 't
L- nett )J. Lifter.
Adele Rubin,
Joseph I* Lifter,
Trustee* for the Above
Trust Fund*
BENNETT M. LIFTER
Attorney foi Applicant*
1 Lincoln Road
2/10-17-24 .3/2_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FfCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engnrr. In
business under the fictitious name of
DIAMOND DEPT. STORE, at L'lTs
N \v 7th .\\. Intend* to resistor
said nan..- with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Cunt of Dade Countv, Florida
GEORGE I'lAMi IND
2/10-17-21 3 2
Dated F.-i,. 11* 1 \ 10, a 1) 1958.
BENJAMIN FISCHER
As Exe.-utoi ..f ihe Last Will
and Testament of
Hem,an I
UK' IRGE J, TALIAN'OFF
At tot rtei for Executor
17-24 ft
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY' CIVEN
the undersigned, desiiini! to engat
huainea* under the flctltloua nam
MEItIN TERRACE APARTMB!
at 1065 !'2nd Str/et. Hay Harbor I-
land, Miami Beach. Horlda. Int-Wl
to register said name with the 1
of tin- ciii-nir i'iiuii of Dade Cou ty.
Florida.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, dealrtns to engag* In
inder the flctltloua nam. of
NEW YuRK DELICATESSEN K
RESTAl'RANT, .11 ll Northeast 1st
sue... Miami, Florida, Intends to
. with the 1 'le. k of tin-
en. mi Court of Dade County, Fli
Rl'BIN GREEN
STANLEY I) CA1DIN
\ t .my for New Fork Dell it< sen
.v Restaurant and Ruiun Green
t 10.17-34 ;: Z
FRIEDMAN &
B) Samuel "V.u Shapiro
Utornevs for Appll
2/10-17-21 3/2
HYMAN LEVINi:
JENNIE LEVIN
SAMt'EL KAIir
SARAH KALI'
SHAPIRi >
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN thai
th.- uaderaigned, delrln*i to 1
- ss under the fictitious name ,i
sYLVERVS CORONET SHOP, al 626
Lincoln Road, Miami Beaeh, FVirlda
Intend* lo register said name srlth the
Clerk of the Circuit court of Dad<
1 ., intv. Mori.la.
ISRAEL STEINBERG
FRIEDMAN SHAPIRO
By Sam ii. I W Shapiro
Attorneys for laram s'lelnberg
2/10-17-:'4 3/S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to snjrac* In
business under the fictitious name of
PONCE TILE CO.. at 720 N.W. 21st
St.. Intend to register wild name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I i.ide 1 'ount] El.n Ida.
OSVALpC. H. TRl'ERA
ARMANDO F. TRL'EBA
Attoree) for Applicant*
M LESTER BAAL
IIS Bi.-.-.ivne Bids;.
S/17-J1 I -'-'' ^___^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
EDITH B. SMITH GORDON, Plaintiff.
CSEORGE M GORIrON. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: C.KoRCE M Gl 'RD< N.
1 BKl ...,.I I IV .
v,i^!^i-V'in";nv NOTIFIED
hi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, d. siring to engage It]
hiislm -s unriet the ti- lltlous nan.....
BEN FRANKLIN CNIFORMS. at
187251 I N.E. I lib Sti.-.-t. Miami. Florida,
tH?TE T0 CREDITOR*
*Er,C0^TY JUDGES' COURT
'-in* ,^.0R DADE COUNTY.
V I K 11|'
SRWLVKRMAN. I,...,,..,I
,''11'-,.- ami All IVrsona Ha> -
- '" 0*1 ', 1 Against said
itL", *a
mL*1*....." which yon. or
tb*
r I.Hi: sii.VERMAN. d.--
1 11,.,,' '' '' ">). Florida.
nt> Judgi
same in
'*> Courthouse
%, *HMn e
mSSSS^ '::::" ............'
**$?l.....
Said
eight
the
claim*
If I* aworn
>Vwi 1-1. or
:' '" 1, ,,.-g
'-!l
V^m'an*;
MAN
l-.st
OMnletnuej
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37175-A
In R. ESTATE OF
MAl'RICE a WEOER
a/k/a M A. WEOER, DecMsed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi
Having Claim* or Demands Against
Bald Batata: .
You. and each of you are h. *b)
notified and required lo present any
.l.iini* and demand* which you. or
either of you. ma) have gainst in*
estate of MAl'RICE A VWtKR.
a/k/a M A WW5KR. deceased Im
Dade County. Plortda, to the Honora-
ble Judge* of Dade County, and ti"-
the same In then offli e* In the < ount)
Urn Ida,
h,.l Answ.r In the oft....r th. Clerk
r ,he Circuit Court of the .,1
St vied Court, on bsfori the 1MB
S.) of March, IS 1
,,., confesao iii b* entered
"nATBlTal Miami Beach. DmOM
County Florida, this 10th tta
Feb.naiv. IM UEATHBBMAN,
Cielk
R II RICE. JR.
, beput) l-ik
C.KNET m OENET
Attorney* for I'Ulntlff .
ISO Lincoln Road, Miami ]:<<*. Ma.
I IT-M ____
N THE COUNTY JUDGESroCOyTRJ
M AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
rLORlOA. IN PROBATE No. 3715.
^AlitFlTNTDELMAN Oece,.....1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\n Creditor* and All IN '-"'- ''' ;
claims or Demands Again*! sal.l
To
Ing
K You.' snd each of you ar
notified and required too** an)
,,,!.. county Judge* of
nd Ml.- the same in
In-
tends t" regl*ter a* wJth tl
1 iet k ol the Circuit Court ot D*
"....."HENRY DONNER
HIMPEL DONNER
LEON \IM' J. KALISH
... Applicant*
Dvil'onl 1 lldg
A friend is injured
getting out of vour car
Does your automobile
insurance pay hu
medical bills?
for K*e answer to ttui, or
mny esHer taswronc* ave-ftow
Artftur M. Kahn
Richard L. Powell
Daniel L. Harris
PHONE
9-7555
KAHN & ALPERT
Insurance Agency
998 S.W. First Street
1 TSf TIAVTICTS, Hartford
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHV tin
. I, desiring to
buslm ih< fli lltlous ....
-I Hi; hNACK EAR A- PACKAOfc
HTORE at .-I" N W 7th Street. In-
,,.,,,1 to iegl ter said name with the
el,., k of the Circuit court of Dade
Counts, l>rl la
MAN SCH \CHTEU
FRIEDA ll BCHACH
Si'HW W.7. f. 7.1 NN
\m-:. Building
Attoin. A
j 17-SI
hereby
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
th.- 1,11,1 1 tlgm il. deeliing to engage in
business .111.1.1 the fictitious same ol
|,|TS UIJHI-II IT I N.E
Second Vve. Miami. Florida, Intends
I,, 1, ; I name with the I
of the cii.1,,1 I-.,, t of Dade Coynly,
,'!""'' MIE YERMONEK
MAX U SILVER
Mi, iioiiik
Stvbold Hnildng, Miami. Ha.
MM -
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+JcnisJh Fkridfj/ir
solicits your legal notice-r*.
We appreciate) your
patronage and guararrlfse)
accurate service at legal
ratRS .
Phone FR 4-4366
tor messenger enrlc
and Testament "f
M V WHOBR. Heccased.
IRWIN J III..
old Hull,ling
Miami. Florida
Telephone: FR -*
Attorney for Esecutrlx
S/17-H :/-
Will
;E .
\. |.;,.., jtoi "' tb l^st
.in.I Ti atai .. ..,
svm.EL SUDELMA
TAI.IAN.'FF WAl.Lli: BHQS.
Attorneys for Exe.-utoi
I-S-ll
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
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NOW OPEN

Another Complete Food Fair
STRICTLY KOSHER
MEAT MARKET
serving Southwest Miami at
21st AVENUE and
CORAL WAY
22nd STREET S.W.
1V2
n:?3
This new Kosher Meat Market and the one on Miami Beach at 19th
Street and Alton Road are under the supervision of Rabbi Joseph I
Rackovsky and endorsed by the Greater Miami Yaad Hakashruth.
Now TWO fine Kosher Markets operated
by Food Fair to serve you the finest of
Strictly Kosher Meats and Locally Killed
and Dressed Poultry at all times.
SERVICE AND SELF-SERVICE


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j

The Mayor Fortes have reason to be proud of
their son, Henrr Devi* B it's at all possible, he's
just received another honor. Thi time, Henrfe
been elected to the 1956 Seminole Hall of Fame
at the University of Florida. .
This honor is in recognition of Henry's "out-
standing contributions to the school." He's a senior
. hoo] of business, and the Forers have watched him main-
1 Straight "A" during his four years of college. ,
'henry's retiring president of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, as
I as retiring president of Tau Kappa Alpha forensic fraternity.
Phew He's also treasurer of Florida Blue Key, and he's
member of the UF debating team since entering college.
Some fifty '",ips attended a board meeting of the Greater
imi chanter. National Women's Committee of Brandeis Univer-
I last Frida> in *ne DiLido hotel. Hostess was Mrs. Sarah
Lnd at the coffee in honor of Mrs. Oscar Zemen. .
Mrs. Zemon is national board member of the committee.
pjdent of the local group is Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg.
Sunday. Feb. 12, meant a 25th wedding anniversary fete for
ind Mrs. Al Wit* and a dinner party at the Biscayne Terrace
\ low cut gown of gold lame, accented by deep purple orchids
Ithe creation chosen by Irene for the occasion, which over fifty
Ms attended
[Family and friends traveled from New York City, Youngs-
n.O. Canti n, 0., Sharon, Pa., Durham, N.C., and other points
Vlpthe couple mark the event. Former Miamian Sydney Weiss,
i\ Irene's brother, stagged it without wife Edith because of the
fnt arrival "f their son, Barry. ...
I Gotham Tumi'- Blanche Goodfriend was with husband George.
rl Siegel and husband Leo came from Durham. Another broth-
of Irene, Sherbort Waist, attended with wife, Lenore from
kni. .
JaI's side "| the family included brothers Mono, of Sharon, and
land wile Fritz, and Albert and Elise Wise, Miami. Sisters
and husband Walter Bellen, New York, Julia and husband
Krause, Youngstown, Lottie and husband Bill Harmon, Can-
rounded out the list of immediate family. .
Many after dinner toasts to the couple included one by Irene's
her. Mrs. Rose Waits, who declared the occasion to be doubly
pus "because I have all of my children with me." .
I Al and Irene are Miamians since 1937 and are joining the
rge Goodfriendt and Leo Siogels for a vacation in Sans Souci
1. Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
>>>> c c c
Opera Guild's production of Puccini's "La Boheme" had all
appearance- of an opening night last week at Miami Beach
Itorium. .
I at the he-jeweled and many-splendid-gown affair were
Sol Lubers, Charles Minovt, Alexander Straussee, Leonard
us, Carl Weinklts, Mrs. Henry Broyer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Jmit, Mrs. Lillian Eisenberg. .
Also glimpsed in the audience joyously taking in the lovely
png oi Jan Peerce, Hilde Gueden and Nicola Moscona were the
Feinsteins, Julius Greent, Eugene Greenfields, Philip Bern-
ns, Mr. R. A. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abets and Mr. and
George Bertman. .
[Receiving congratulations on his outstanding job as chairman
lie central planning committee for the Beach performance of
I lyric and h< art-rending Puccini opera was David Hochberg,
attended with his wife. .
Also remarking on the performance in the lobby at "let-out"
were Mrs. Clement Retrain, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Unger, Mr.
Mrs. Milton Weitt, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, Mr. and
Joseph Weintraub and the Baron de Hirtch Meyers.
[Socialadics turned out in droves last week at the Thunderbird
for some splendid entertainment by Jerri (Mrs. Paul) Pollak.
affair was in honor of Betty and Jean Keen. .
iThere wero some 120 women present to roar with laughter
punderbird owner Paul Pollak turned out dressed as Mme.
|Zsa. Assisting wife Jerri were Mrs. Joseph Ehrlich and Mrs.
Courshonwho are sisters-in-lawand Diane Peek. .
j*rs. Albert Pollak and Mrs. Irvln Pollak were also part of the
("air. As were Mrs. Stanley Kosoff, Mrs. Beron (Polly) de
fh Meyer and charming Mrs. Carl (Esther) Weinkle.
>>>>
ipignifierl and quiet rites marked the recent marriage of Al Fox
I'ovely Gothanute Bunny Abraham. .
I*''* noted in these parts as all-night disc jockey for WWPB.
ption followed at the home of his uncle and aunt, the George
. 4701 North Meridian ave.
Pv- Dorothy Krieqer Fink, who recently returned from a trip
pel with her mother, Mrs. Moses Krieger, takes to the pulpit
Tyevening at Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center. .
Pro'hy win discuss the need for support of the current
puied Jewish Appeal campaign. Assisting will be Mrs. Ray
Tn a"d Mrs. Naomi Stiller. .
f uial plans for enrollment and campaign assignments at
rWi'ranjda~,he drive ns through Mar. 25 for the areawill
* .'u at a Mar 4 breakfast meeting at the home of the
Millers. .
t^rI". W',h orSani*ation plans are Benjamin Jonas. Philip
trt a*0 Cl,in' Edwrd Peyser, Robert J. Tauber, Irving Fox.
f B'own and Harry Sh.mit.
l'at th 'd* L"r en,ertained new graduates of their Lear
party A'ton rd nome witn nc*nt luncheon and after-
Um,ifUr's was Na,Mh Feinman, winner of a local essay
l'ed. "Are Students Taking the Easy Way Out?"
' a 5?,h *edding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Thev been winter residents of Miami Beach since
Vnd f 6 Stay'"g "l 832 Co,lin8 *ve_____
rversarvrlheiJ*cob *"<>* of Jefferson ave., it was a golden
[Mrs. M.rked a< the North Miami Beach home of their daugh-
ka*/umtr,Coh*"' ,Mt Saturday. They moved here from
ay- Y, in 1942.
the (jfjc
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The JltBwiislh IFII'DiriidliiQun
MIAMI.' FLORIDA
Friday, February "24, 1956
Section B
Rabbi Tibor Stern was installed spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob Congregation at ceremo-
nies Sunday evening in the Empress hotel.
Some 250 persons attended the affair, at
which addresses by national and local lead-
ers were delivered. Shown rear are Rabbi
and Mrs. Stern. Seated (left to right) are their
daughters, Rochelle, Judith. Tikva and Joyce.
2,000 Women Leaders Anticipate Luncheon Unlimited on 29th
In an atmosphere supercharged
with excitement and anticipation,
2.000 women of Dade county eager-
ly await the advent of the second
annual "Luncheon Unlimited" on
Wednesday, Feb. 29.
On that day, the Women's Divi-
sion of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and representatives of nearly
100 organizations, clubs, auxil-
iaries and local groups will jam
the main floor of Miami Beach au-
FOUR GENERATIONSIt's Lori Michele Deutsch celeb^ting
her first birthday this week with a party at the Algiers hotel,
where her mother, the former Barbara Levinson, is shown
holding her. Great grandmother Mrs. Dora Levinson watches
Mrs Dave Levinson light the giant birthday candle. The
elder Mrs. Levinson has 52 grandchildren and great grand-
children, in addition to eight daughters and one son.
ditorium to lend their support in
the 1956 crisis campaign.
The glamorous affair, which usu-
ally attracts attendees from all
parts of Dade county, expect* to
surpass in color and pageantry any
single CJA public function spon-
sored by the Women's Division.
Strong representation from out-
lving sections as far as Coral Ga-
bles, South Miami. West Miami and
Flagler-Granada area, is indicated
according to Mrs. Harry Gordon,
co-commander in charge of the
Miami-Coral Gables area. Mrs. Mor-
ris J. Goldin. co-commander of the
Beach, reported that organizations
practically exhausted advance tick-
et books.
Great interest was generated
locally when word was received
that the principal speaker would
be Lt. Col. Ruth Berman, heroic
veteran of Israel's Defense Forces,
who began her career in Israel's
military service 22 years ago with
the Haganah.
Prior to Israel's etablishment.
she played a dramatic role in the
immigration of the thousands of
Jews who arrived in Palestine de-
spite the British blockade.
Adding to the splendor of the
program, will be a unique dramatic
cantata, sung by the Temple Beth
Sholem Sisterhood Choral Group,
directed by Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer. Presented for the first time
by the 30-voice choir will be an
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Friday, February u
a4Ut*t ^0^ Special ^oriics
KlDCABBAGt MO APHIS TOP MWMH
Vegetable Recipes That are Different
Prove Welcome Addition to Meat Dishes
By LEAH LEONARD
Here are a couple of vegetable
recipes that are a bit different and
therefore most welcome accompani-
ments to almost any meat or poul-
try main dish during these wintcr>
davs.
RED CABBAGE A APPLES
! |, i ie.1 abb***
i-oai h
3 large i.ut n I I
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i lark bro
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4 :.. Rhortenliu
oil
Combine listed ingredient.* ex-
cept shortening, mixing well in a
bowl. Heat shortening or oil in a
heavy frying pan and turn in the
mixture. Cover and cook over low
heat for 20 minutes or till the ap-
ple is tender. Serve with meat, fish
or poultry. For addul color and
llavor. add 3 or 4 tablespoons cur-
rant jelly on top. just before
ing. Serves I
SWEET POTATO PINEAPPLE
BALLS
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4 m.I!ScWno cherry-f. JMn,
Cook sweet potatoes, washed bul
unpared. in enough cold watei to
cover, until tender Drain, peel and
mash while hot. Add crushed can-
ned pineapple, grated rind, sweet-
ening, and mix till well blended.
Form into 4 balls and roll in
crumbs or IIHK Meal.
Heat shortening in I pie pan and
pour off half into a cup. Hip both
sides "i the sliced pineapple in
ample flour to cover. Arrange ill
the pie plate Place 8 ball of mix-
ture on each, drizzle melted short-
ening over tops and place I ;i the
shell oi pre-beated oven for 15
minutes T< p each ball with s cher-
ry ami slip under broiler flam
light browning Jusl before serving
rves 4
With Purim just around the
corner, most ol us lik<- to ha\e a
Zamora Jewish Center
Will Hold Purim Carnival
Purim carnival to include games
and "masks-parades," in which pu-
pils <>t the religious schools will
participate, will be held at Zamora
Jewish Center on Sunday, Feb. 26.
Function is under the auspices of
the Zamora PTA. headed by Mr-
Samuel Miller and will lafct from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
supply ol hmncbaked *
hand, the kind that can be bake.,
,<,,d o. time and stored in the
ce cr or refngerator. On, Mft
nasty-tasty morsel that can bo
.mixed in the twinkling >f treye
and baked UQ cool days ll the
following:
FRUITCAKE SUPREME
inoui '"" '
hopped mist*
, pound .hread.
Mn i he r*
li'ilvcd or iui*ii
'":: oottlo* nwt*cMno
i law '
i klll.ll
Combine ingredients in the or-
der listed. Turn this into a loaf pan
that has been lined with aluminum
foil, or i^e pound coffee tins well
greased and floured or aluminum
lined Bake 1 hour at 350 deg. F.
Turn out when cold and decorate
with thin frosting and halves of
blanched almonds in any favorite
design. Toothsome left plain, too!
And. best of all. it keeps almost
indefinitely ______
Two Card Parties tor
Henrietta Siold Hadassah
Two card parties for members
and fnerwN at the Henrietta Stold
.,,.,> f "Hadassah have been
Mhcduled l| iollow-.:
Mrs. Simon (Jans will be hostess
at a lawn card party at 244S Flam
tngo dr on Thursday noon. Mar. 1.
lira. Fdward Horowitz will hold
a canasta and games party at her
home, 1009 Bay dr.. on Wednesday
noon. Mar. 6.
Proceeds will help redeem
pledges made to Youth Aliyah, ac-
cording to Mrs. BaWet, .
man. Youth Aliyah chsim, *
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p.m., at Mami Pioneers club,
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men are Mrs. Abe Aronovitz
end Mrs. Bernard Tytell. Some
500 women are expected at the
organization's major fund af-
fair of the year.
Seventh in a series of book re-
views by the Greater Miami chap-
ter of Hadassah will take place
Tuesday afternoon. Feb. 28. at the
Roosevelt theatre. Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein has chosen island in the
Sun," by Alex Waugh. Proceeds
are for child vocational training in
Israel
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ami Chapter of Women's ORT to Mark Anniversary Mar. 71 Women's Leaders
Anticipate Lunch
American
OUT will The Greater Miami chapter of
e ORT Hay on Mar 7- jt Women's American ORT will mark
""announced Wcdiu-xjay by Mrs. this day with an open meeting at
I ndlcr president! of the ,8:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Mar. 6, at the
Mter Miami chapter. The Organ! Empress hotel, at which members
ior Rehabilitation through will rededicate themselves to the
irtina will be commemorating ORT program now operating in 19
countries on five continents
t <>i -tune to underprivi-
li'f\\s all over the world, she
,rD. I*c Powell, along with
ment officials throughout
tiori. will issue a proclama-
in special recognition of the
i of ORT to economically and
licJtlv persecuted Jews who
: rehabilitated through ORT vo-
trainin.^.
ion Sisterhood
Innuol Luncheon
'irtt annual luncheon of Sons
Daughters of To rah was held
temple Zion Sunday. The lunch-
I ml sponsored by Temple Zion
kerhood Torah Fund, under the
cucn of Mr.-.. Isadore Teitler.
wt speaker was Mrs. Saul
of Baltimore, national vice
bident of National Women's
gue of the United Synagogue of
Ita-
lia] dedication ceremony was
ibbi Alfred Waxman.
ih Shore MV Auxiliary
Civil Defense Program
rs. Milton Koch, president of
f North Shore Jewish War Vet-
At the same time, new members
will join the 40,000 ORT women
now working to rescue their fellow
Jews from lives, of idleness and
and economic dependence through
the teaching of industrial skills.
This year, Mrs Heller said.
Women's American ORT has added
another project to its intense pro-
gram of vocational training and
social assistance for iU students
"At our recently concluded 13th
biennial convention.-' she stated,
"we launched a campaign which
has tremendous significance for
ORT and for the State of Israel.
We undertook to construct during
the next five years a great new vo-
cational training center in the Tel
Aviv-Jaffa area of Israel."
The Tel Aviv Center, she added,
is a project which will increase
immensely the already immense
contribution of ORT to the econo-
mic development and advancement
of the new state. "Its conclusion
in the program of ORT in the Mid-
dle Cast, in North Africa and in
Europe, gives us added reason to
celebrate this ORT Day."
ORT is currently training 18,000
students in more than 300 installa-
tions throughout the free world.
Since the end of the war it has
Ladies' Auxiliary 677, an-;trained more than 200,000 people.
nce> a joint meeting of the post
auxiliary, held Tuesday at
| Surfside ('enter.
t. L Shipman. of the Air Force,
red a film on the Civil Defense
and Observer Corps. Mrs. Edith
t, supervisor of. the Miami
Observation Post, and Mrs.
Robbtn*. chut observer, were
kfrs.
including 75,000 displaced persons.
Women's American ORT is a
membership organization affiliated
with the American ORT Federation
which currently receives funds,
exclusive of membership dues, by
special agreement with the Joint
Distribution Committee, a member
agency of the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
MM. OAMtl N. HtUU
leolf., the
Milt, bey .
th. hex end
wrapper
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but the very finest there it, freth
made in Switzerland and imported
by Borden to pleos* the Yiddlthcn
loom Keep Milkboy Brand handy
to detkiout, nourishing ond fas/
to serve with soupt, salads, in sand-
wiches, end for bel-e*n-mol snacks.
And, ot course, a ter/ific treot for Ice-
box gonitft. Gel Milkkoy at your
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Distributed by trie
Continued from Pg> 1 B
, original musical narration entitled.
I "Giving is Living." with Hy Fried
.providing organ accompaniment.
According to Cantor Kelemer,
I who is supervising the entire pro-
i duction, a dramatic surprise climax
, is planned with the use of special
lighting effects. The cantata, spe-
cially written for the Luncheon
I'nlimited program, will trace the
close link of Greater Miami women
with the women of Israel and Mor-
occo, and indicate how unified
generosity, through the Combined
Jewish Appeal, extends the hand of
friendship to those in need on
three continents.
"The -Women's Division is re-
sponding to the emergency call,
and we are confident of over-
ubviniiu^ success,, of Lunchfion
CuHtarted." .said Urk. Samel".Si-
monhbff, general chairman of fjlG
Women's Division.
Mrs. Inez Krensky, chairman of
the mammoth luncheon event, re-
ports her committee has received
a flood of last-minute reservations
by individuals anxious to witness
the colorful program.
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+ leistncri Friday, February 24.
Council of Jewish Women Aff irmsJtaedojirf^ing
National Council of Jewish
Women is sponsoring a "Freedom
to Read"' project institute on Fri-
day, Feb. 24. 11:15 a.m.. at the
Alcazar hotel roof in Miami. This
is part of a national program spon-
sored by the Nnturtial Council of
Jewish Women in cooperation with
the YWCA. United Church Women,
National Council of Negro Women
and the American Library Associa-
tion.
A now freedom to read program
i. ns with a gradual process oJ
, i ation about freedom, it is
ificam beginning. The pro-
l i> one of sober attention to
the detail- ol As people
I,,, u [hi into more in!
lacl with the purposes am
tea ol the libraries, they *
the meanin

S
I 11 ,i of Jewish Women which
!
ibet This

i mt of all den
i
live of th
, i ,i. and col
for the public i;11 < me ol the ,lu'
lie preservations and extension meeting will be an exhibit ol
of Freedom. The American Libra- -banned books' which in th<
Association has pointed out that ), n burned or surpressed
in over 200 cities efforts have been t., they contained ideas un-
n the past two years to re- acceptable to political or religious
Verities as well as to self-
and
Joitph Puntov planned and
arranged the banned bookl exhibit.
fisted by Mrs. Louta Korda.
Over a hundred community or-
ganuat.ons have ben invitedI to
participate m this institute. Mrs.
general chair-
Goldstein and
Irving Lehrman is
man. Mrs. Burton
Mrs. Samuel Berlin are program
chairmen. Mrs. Samuel Gertman.
Mrs Milton Margulis
rangements. Mrs. Wim,m ^
man Is in charge of puhlicjw '
Tickets for the brunch L Ji
secured from Mrs Herman iw
Mrs. Harry Schiff. Mrs r,k JF*'
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Mizrechi Women Slate Luncheon
Jewish National Fund Council will hold
Flower Day drive on Miami Beach Saturday
night, Feb. 25, and all day Sunday. Some
200 representatives of Zionist groups here
will participate. Workers shown include
(seated, left to right) the Mesdames Isaac
Seidman, Sam Fredman, Louis Marcus,
Rouben Zorehkey, Louis Gratx, Hyman Mar-
golin and Rose de Yong. Standing are the
Mesdames Elias Getchman, Wolfe Shklair,
Joseph Press, Ben Friedman, Jacob Davis,
Jack Bott. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Strouch,
Barney Wessel and Muchem Wilco. Co-
chairmen of drive are Daniel M. Broad.
Council president, and Mrs. Jack Davis, re-
cording secretary.
ira Stein Women
>lan Program
Regular meeting of Dora Stein
Sisterhood of the Israelite Center
kill take place at the Center Tues-
day evening. Feb. 28.
Program for the evening will be
rSands of Time.' a panel show on
Inrs. customs and traditions from
lirth until death.
Panelist- will he Rabbi Morton
jvsky. Mrs Lewis Pomerantz,
Ben Sirkus. Mrs. Nathan
ohen. Mrs George Bitterman and
S. L. Cohen.
Mrs. William Dickson is program
Jhairman. with script by National
Women's League of the United
lynagogue of America.
Detroit Social Club
Detroit Social club held a Purim
party Saturday evening in the
Miami Beach Realty bldg., 1065
Dade blvd. Entertainment commit-
tee included Philip Sukow, chair-
man, Harry Gross, J. Gorelick,
Philip Vernick and Simpson Rosen-
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evening bazaar on Sunday, Feb. 26,
starting at 9:30 a.m., combined
with the annual Purim carnival of
the religious school, in the new
auditorium of the Temple.
There will be 23 booths manned
by members of Sisterhood. Brother-
hood, youth group, adult group and
parents of religious school chil-
dren.
Among features of the bazaar-
carnival will be a children's cos-
tume parade in celebration of
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Co-chairmen are Mrs. Rose Sny-
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Lu.stig, Mrs. Ida Wesael and Mrs.
Helen Pollack. Mrs. Sonia Weiss
will entertain.
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Miss Silberstein
I'fens lor July 1
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Louise Phyllis Silber-
stein to second lieutenant Samuel
Roth has been made by her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. Silberstein.
of Johnstown. Pa.
Lt. Roth is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Roth, of Pittsburgh.
Pa. The couple plan to be marnec
Jidy l.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Wi-tmont High School in Johns-
town and attended Temple Univer-
sity in Phailadelphia and Pennsyl-
vania State University at State Col-
lege.
Lt. Roth received his AB degree
from the University of Wisconsin
and graduate of the University of
Pittsburgh with an LLB degree in
1954. He was admitted to pi act ice
before the Supreme Court of Penn-
sylvania and is a member of the
Alleghany County Bar Association
He is presently serving as I
second lieutenant in the United
States Air Force as a judge advo-
cate in the legal office at Charle--
ton Air Force Base, S
Miss Silberstein is a granddaugh-
ter of Mrs. Nathan Glosser. of
Miami Beach and John-town, and
the late Nathan Giosser
"a,
Friday, Fet
A charming hostess and hrelc-aj givic work.-i js
Lansbursb, wife of the. hotel tycoon. "hostesses" for Luncheon Unlimited at a workshop coffee .
her beautiful Pinetree dr. home. It's only natural that the wif "
of the biggest holelmen in town should be planning the bigtZ
eon event for the Combined Jewish Appeal in Miami Beach
come Feb. 29. .
One of the most splendid parties of the season was givn
Ray Goodmans, of Flamingo dr.. at the Algiers last week
Henrietta and Alberta entertained the 160 guests, Henriatt,
a red tatfeta with tiers of white lace, and Alberta in a bouL,
nylon net. Mrs. Goodman's gown was of blue lace with top
and blue satin trim extending into a fan-shape drape at the hack
Among guests were Ray's mother, Mrs. Sam Paper, of pirg0
an uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goodman, St. Paul. Minn and lit
Mrs. Sam Deutsch, Cleveland. .
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NEW AUKIVALS
ANNIVEtSAtlES
Weissberger, Glass
Plan June Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weissberger.
445 West 42nd SL, Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Gemma, to William H.'
Glass, son of Mr and Mrs. Hyman
Glass. Raleigh. N.C.
Bride-efect is a graduate of Mia-
mi Beach High School. She attend-
ed the University of Georgia,
where she pledged Sigma Delta
Tau sorority. She was a member
of Burdines College Board for two
yean and at present is attending
the UniversiH of Miami, where she
i- treasurer of Women'i Resident
Council and a number of Judicial ()| .!()SC'j)ll, MI'IIlT
Board and Sigma Lambda Phi serv- Last week. Feb. 12. marked
Mr. and Mrs. David Hocht flew to Chicago Sunday to al
wedding of their granddaughter. Joan Rosenberg, and Martin M
feld scheduled for Mar. 11 at the Standard club there .
The Robert Hammers and their three children, of New Yorka
have taken an apartment at 89th st. and Collins. Bob's pr
a drill manufacturing firm there. One of.their first social,
ments was at the Latin Quarter, where the Hammers were
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blum, of Miami Shores. Martin's
jalousie manufacturing organization in West Hollywood.
The Samuel Lefkowitns have returned to their Byron avt/j
from a cruise to Nassau to mark her birthday. A candlelight!
ast week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seidan, Kivo Alto Isii
celebrated the wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hart, i
ried 28 years, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Koven, marriul 32 yean
Off Of MOM CANTOR IN MIAMI ... A RKOR0
Royal Palm ave. home of Mrs. Irving Tauber was the site of ai
ing Tuesday by Miami Beach chapter. City of Hope. Famed
Pinchik arrived in Miami Beach late last week to participate in
golden wedding celebration of his manager. Joseph Hyman, wha!
at the Essex House here. Hyman brought Cantor Pinchik to l
United States over thirty years ago and has been his manager ever >
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kosen. 4485 Adams ave.. entertained i
at a buffet supper at their home last Thursday in honor of their:
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Oorald Kooan. .
Among those resent were Prof, and Mrs. Donald Sprasut, deb;
coach at IT of M, Of. and Mrs. Thursdon Adams, dean oi student i
ties. Dr. and Mrs. Von Alan Herbert, Charles Liebman, Mr. ana' I
Buddy Udell, Irwtn Kischnor, Sonford Kimball and David Selvey.
MISS DVORA FINE
Triple Celebration
Marks Engagement
ice sorority.
Mr Glaaa is a graduate of the
University of North Carolina. He
spent three years in the Air Force
overseas At present, he is actively
engaged in business in North Caro-
lina.
The couple are planning to be
married in June.
Summer Rites for
Miss Dvora Fine
Miami High graduates Wilma
Dvora Fine and Marvin Jerome
Hirschensohn will be married this
summer.
The bride-elect's parents. Mr.
Mrs Irving Fine. 979 SW 4th st..
announce the engagement. Mr.
triple milestone for Carole S Jo-
seph. Nathaniel Jerome Heller and
their families.
Misn Joseph's engagement to Mr.
Heller was announced by her par-
; ents. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey H.
Joseph. 330 SW 31st rd.
It was the bridegroom-to-he's
birthday and the anniversary of the
engagement of his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Heller. 1235 Dunad
ave.. Opa-Locka.
The bride-elect attended New-
town (N. Y.) High School, Miami
Senior High School and University
of Miami. She was a member of
Future Teachers of America at
UM.
Her fiance will graduate next
June from UM. He is president of
Hirchensohn ia the son of Mr. and j Kappa Delta Pi. education honors'
Mrs. Albert Hirchensohn. 2611 SW
7th ave.
At Miami High. Miss Fine was a
member of Cisum music club. A
member of the young adults clubs
of Temple Israel of Miami and
Temple Emanu-El of Miami Beach,
she is employed by the Dade coun-
ty tax assessor's office.
Her fiance sang in the mixed
chorus in high school. An Air
Force veteran, he is a member of
ry; vice president of Phi Eta Sig-;
ma, men's scholastic honorary'; and
member of Phi Alpha Theta. his-'
tory honorary.
The couple plan to be married
next August.
MISS NAOMI HIMMELSTEIN
Surprise Betrothal:
Naomi Himmclstein
And Gerald Mager
Surprise engagement of Miss
Naomi Himmclstein and Gerald
Mager was announced this week.
Bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. |
Shirley Himmclstein and the late
Max Himmclstein. Jamaica. NY.
Mr Mager s parent I are Rev, and .
Mrs. Morns D. Mager. 4555 North
Bay rd.. Miami Beach.
Miss Himinelstein graduated
from Long Beach High School with
honors and won a scholarship to
Tobe-Coburn Finishing School in
New York. She presently is asso-
ciated with Benton & Bowles, inter-,
national advertising agency.
Her fiance is in his senior year
at the University of Miami and
will receive his AB degree in June.
He is a founder of Tau Mu chapter .._____. t %. ,-.
of Tau Delta Phi fraternity in engdemcnt r,n from her flncee
which he has held the offices of Among those present were Mrs.
MISS CAKOLt JOSEPH
and spiritual leader. Himmelstein, Rev. and Mrs. Mager,
vice president of Tau Miss Claire Mager. Gerald's sister,
he recently won a na- Cantor and Mrs. Philip Brummer.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Lcnchitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert FranK. Mr. and
Mel Her Fiance
At hYiond's Picnic
Mildred Feldman and Eddie Jack
Bettinger are planning to be mar-
rhe same young adult clubs as his ried Mar. 24 in DiLido hotel. They
fiancee. Mr. Hirschensohn is a stu- j met at a friend's picnic at Crandon
dent at Davis Institute of Tech-'Park,
nology.
IvjGUST BROS nYl.
secretary
Currently
Mu chapte
tional fraternity athletic award.
Mr. Mager has been active in
Student Body Government and is
now a senior senator of the School
of Liberal Arts and Science. He is
the Great Southern regional direc-
tor of Educational Travel Inc., of
the National Students Association,
and is also on the UM Honor Court
and Elections Board. He will enter
law school in September.
Engagement announcement of the
couple came at a dinner cerebra-
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MUSS MILDKID KIDMAN
Mrs. Max Frank, Mr. and I
ry Kornberg.
Mr*. Harry Brown. Mr JostflP
Murray. Mr. and Mrs. 1
Eisenberg, aunt and
Elliot Western and
Wech stein.
Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feldman,
6031 SW 11th st., are announcing,,
the engagement of their daughter. I ,or fam,,y ar|d friends at the
Mr. Bettinger, 2436 SW 14th st.,, Sterling hotel, when Miss HimmeJ-
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac stein received a double diamond
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aBcine Marcus, daughter of
and Mr.-. Irving L. Marcus,
99th st., Miami Beach, chose
|ntine> Daj her parents' wed-
[niversary, to announce her
Igement.
le is the thrice? of David
k son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
k 1602 NT. Miami pi.
it bride-elect is a senior at
lefield School Her fiance, who
M three year- in the Navy Air
k attends University of Flori-
Barbttra^iteia Wc*4k
Mr. Marc K. lionize
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony on, Sunday, Feb. L2, at
the Algiers hotej, Barbara Stein,
daughter of Mr. *nd Mrs. Philip
Stein, 1130 98th st., Bay Harbor
Islands, became the bride of Marc
Raymond Borneo, son of Hr and
MM. Jacob Bonne, Detroit. Mich.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated.
Decor of the wedding was pink and
white. Best man was Rudv Chrv
stel.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Evan
Stein,^ sister-in-law of the bride,
from Chicago. Joan Fortgang was
maid of honor, and usher was Evan
Stein, brother of the bride, of Chi-
cago.
The bride selected a silk peau de
soie gown fashioned with shoulder-
baring neckline and traditional
point-on hand sleeves and princess
lines falling into a chapel train.
Bodice of the gown was highlighted
with appliques of peau d' ange lace
accented with seed pearls. She car-
ried orchids on a Bible.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, where she was
a member of National Forensic
League. She received her AB de-
gree at the University of Miami.
She is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority and was a copywriter
for Television station WTVJ.
The groom received his degree
at the University of Michigan. Tau
Delta Phi is his fraternity.
After a sit-down luncheon at the
Algiers hotel, the couple left for a
West Indies cruise.
J
wwiding date has Wen set.
Terroce Hotel
1 as SHe of Pageant
|ltmore Terrace hotel has been
fted as the site for the 1956
l Miami Beach Beauty Pageant,
ding to a joint announcement
this week by Harold Rosen,
pdent of the Miami Beach Jun-
Chamber oi Commerce, spon-
I of the event, and Michael J.
jey. managing director of the
tording to pageant chairman
[Glasser. now that the place has
chosen, the committee will
Martin Lezer and Phyllis Debor-'
ah, children of Rev. and Mrs. j
Jacob D. Katz, were honored;
'recently at a reception in Roy-|
al Hungarian restau/ant, 731
Washington ave. Martin's Barj
iMitxvah and the sweet sixteen1
I birthday of Phyllis formed the
I joint occasion for the celebra-j
tion. ^
Appointed Drive
Chairman Here
Mrs. Bertha S. Hurwitz has been
appointed by the Alumni Associa-
tion of Columbia University to be
chairman of the 1956 alumni fund
campaign in the State of Florida.
The drive, which expects to raise
$50,000 for the New York school,
is part of a national campaign
which will run from the middle of
February through April.
Mrs. Hurwitz is a graduate of
Hunter College, Hebrew Teachers'
Institute of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America and the New
York School of Social Work. She
served as an assistant field direc-
tor of the Red Cross in Australia
during World War II.
She is marriea to ur. Joseph J.
Hurwitz, of the University of Mia-
mi faculty.
Frances Lazarus
Is Sweet Sixteen
Mi$s Frances Lazarus celebrated
her sweet sixteen birthday with a
supper dance Sunday evening at
the Colony restaurant.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray LazatUS, 3l$0 SW^26th st.,
she waj^hbirored by wjne 175
quests, v/nd attended the function.
Frances is a junior at Miami
High School, where she is a mem-
ber of Anchor club and engages in
debating activity.
She is president of Debs chapter,
B'nai B'rith Gills and vice presi-
dent of the Florida State region.
Frances is also recording secretary
of Phi Sigma Tau Council.
Sweet Sixteen for
Miss Cynthia Bott
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott, of
Miami and Nassau, Bahamas, this
week invited 170 friends of their
daughter, Cynthia, to celebrate
her sweet sixteen birthday party
with a supper dance at the Algiers
hotel Feb. 25.
Sweetheart of Hurricanes A.Z.A.,
she is also a member of the Phi
Sigma Tau Council, Debs BBC.
chapter and Anchor Club of Miami
High.
A junior in Miami Senior High
School, Cynthia spends her sum
mers at Camp Carlyle, Henderson-
ville, N.C.
MISS FRANCES LAZARUS
North Shore PTA
Schedules Carnival
MUSS fRANCINt MARCUS
devote the major portion of its
time in the selection of beauties to
compete for the host of prizes and
a spont in the Florida elimination.
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Miami School Sets
Purim Festival
Annual Purim ball of Miami Hc-
' brew School and Congregation will
, be held Sunday evening, Feb. 26,
I at Electricians Union Hall, 1659
,NW 17th ave.
David Kleber. vice president of
the congregation, is chairman of
the affair.
Featured will be night club en-
tertainment, with music by Mai
Malkin and his orchestra.
Mrs. Michael Blank is in charge
jof tickets. Mrs. Robert Schweitzer
is in charge of gifts. Mrs. Milton
iWeiner is in charge of the journal,
, assisted by I. Goldman and Mrs.
I Ben Sokoloff.
PTA of North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter will hold its annual Purim car-
nival Sunday, Feb. 26. from 10 a.m.
until 2 p.m.
Highlight of the celebration will;
be a grand costume parade, with
the carnival featuring games, rides
and refreshments.
President of the pta is Mrs. Masquerade at Beth David
Louis Mendelsohn. Chairman is
Mrs. Reva Friedman.
MISS CYNTHIA BOTT
Working on the committee are
Mrs. Franklin Nankin. Mrs. N.
Pozin, Mrs. A. Gelfand, Mrs. J. Saif-
man, Mrs. Robert Bloch, Mrs. Mar-
tin Kurzweil, Mrs. J. Jacoby, Mrs.
I Lapinsky, Mrs. M. Joseph, Mrs.
E. Rosenfeld and Mrs. H. Weitz-
man.
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* Attend Meetings Go Shopping
*kjy the Beach Bathing Take thot Trip
* Visit Family and Friends
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F0R YOU, IN Y0UI NAME
"""S A DAY, RECEIVE AND DEIIVE1 MESSAGES
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School Children feted
PTA and Sisterhood of Coral
' Gables Jewish Center will present
! a Purim carnival at the Center on
'Sunday. Feb. 26, for religious
I school childien. _____________
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Civic Orchestra
Slates Masquerade
Miami Beach Civic Orchestra will I
present its 1956 debut costume and ;
masquerade ball Saturday evening,
M;ir. 3. at Miami Beach auditorium, <
Best dancing couple at the affair
will be judged by Elliot Field, of
radio station WKAT; Shepard
Broad, mayor of Bay Harbor Is-1
lands and president of Mercantile
National Bank; Morris Lipp, assist-
ant city manager, Miami Beach;
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, of the
Dade County School Board.
Judge Kenneth Oka. small claims
Purim will be highlighted at
1 Beth David by students of the rel-
' igious school with a masquerade
party on Sunday morning. Feb. 26.
Carnival sponsored by the PTA has
as its chairman Mrs. Homer Rieve-
man. Ticket committee chairman
is Mrs. Jack Geyer.
court, Miami Beach; John Proctor,
general manager of Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce; Samuel
Rivkind, executive president, Mi-
ami Beach Hotel Association; Miss
Esther Gritz, Better Business Bu-
reau; Ray Sterling, local business-
man; and Samuel Halperin, Miami
Beach city councilman and presi-
dent of the Beach Chamber of
Commerce.
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Interiors
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JmlslincrklliM
Friday, February U]
ii
Greetings
CARLOS VILLA
"Real Estate in all its Branches"
1744 S.W. 3rd AVENUE
Phone 9-7657
.
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
DE BOLIAC TRUCK EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
440 N.W. 29th Street Phone 82"3641
Truck Seryic. and Equipment G.rwood Sales and Serrice
FLEET MAINTENANCE STEEL FABRICATION
Racial, Religious Bigotry in Our Midst is Mockery of
To All Our Friends and Patrons
SEASON'S GREETINGS
W. J. FICHT
General Passenger Agent
SEABOARD RAILROAD

TO ALL GREETINGS
Murguia Bakery
"The llvst tor Letts"
By CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER
The fact that racial and religious
prejudice should, in any form, ex-
ist in a great democracy, is an in-
credible mockery of the very word
democracy. It should be consider-
ed in the light of a personal dis-
grace to every citizen of that same
democracy. A disgrace as shock-
ing and as tragic as that of the
discovery that a near and dear
member of ones family has be-
come a hardened criminal. For
prejudice is a crime. It is a crime
against the democratic ideal, a
crime against the teachings of
Christianity, Judaism and the other
great religions, a crime against hu-
man decency and a crime against
just plain common sense
more, it is a crime for which every
American citizen, directly or in-
directly, is responsible, if not for
it* inception, at least for the con-
tinuance of Its presence in our
world today.
we are responsible because of
our apathyTin aidavetepping the is-
sue, because of our <*&**
it-time-it'ill-cure-*seil attitude,,
because of oue kidding uWsave*
with the prepoatefous tabje that *
is a special prdhltti to *>e solved
by the special eetsonsvaffected.
The problem is as loos as, prejudice eviats in our
land, we are the persons affected.
The solving of it rmi A
by us all, each and ever?^
woman and child of fris ^
every walk of life and'^
race, cwad or color. U ^
soired hfceur actions, fry ^J^.
and by onr thmking. And!
and our children are to so
living creatures worthy *
name of human beings, it ^1
solved not in a theoreticj|f7
not tomorrow, but now tk*
instant. ^ L
1H
CARE to Enlarge Passover Packages
NfilfYOiaf: -^ OhsUntial in-1 food package for Israel and \jJl
crease in the meat eontents will rael Family food package at Si
mark this year's CARE Passover the contents of the Passover i
Further-' package for Israel. Announcement
HOLIDAY GRiniNGS
faawstrial Plosfic, Fiserelaii,
Sserf Car Hard Teas
31S1 N.W. 36th STREET
Phone NE 4-0331
to that effect was made Wednes-
day by Richard W. Rearer. CARE
executive director, who recently
visited Israel.
"Meat, sugar, shortening and
other protein-rich foods are still
Reuter
sugar.
in-rich
greatly needed fh Israel,
said.
The Passover package contains
3*4 lbs. of beef and the same quan-
tity of veal in natural juices; 14 oz.
salami; 4 lbs. sugar; 1 b. chocolate;
>? lb. cocoa; 1 lb. vegetable short-
ening; 1 lb. dried apples; 1 lb. un-
shelled nuts; 30 oz. of raisins and
1 oz. black pepper. The price of
$12 includes ration-free and duty-
free guaranteed delivery in any
part of Israel.
Like the standard CARE $10
age are certified kosher bj
Rabbinical Council of America*
the Union of Orthodox Jewish (
gregations.
Package orders, or contrib
in any amount, may be (o
through any local CARE
CARE headquarters, 660 First i
New York 16.
2125 N.W. 8th AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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Manufacturers
Wholesale Retail
Fishing Tackle
Repairing
Underwater Equipment
TO AU .
UOTHUHOOO GtEETMCS
CHARLES h\. fWING
PtUMMNS i. HIATINO
CONTRACTOR
431 SOUTH MUMI AVENUE
Ph... n 44251
w.
To All... Greetings
FRANK AREYALO
FREIGHT MM AIDING
Beth Israel Nai
Executive Dire
Dr. Mark A. Freedman has I
appointed executive director3
Beth Israel Hospital in New'
it was announced by Charles]
Silver, president of the ho
who has been reelected for!
ninth consecutive term.
Dr. Freedman, who was Id
executive director of the
Hospital of Brooklyn aftn
ate director of Montefiore
pital, has assumed the
the position vacated by Dtr.l
well S. Frank.
Dr. Freedman graduated
the college of medicine- H
State University in 1938.
ed as intern at the Monte
pital in Pittsburgh. He entere4|
Army in 1S40 as a first
and aerved overseas with, the 1
Can aril Hospital and other I
pitals, becoming a colonel i
He is a member of thej
Hospital Association, the |
Collete of Hospital A the American Association for I
vancement of Science,, flej
ican Heart Association
American Public Health1
tion.
133 N.E. 33rd Ave.
Ph.9-4331
TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS
J. H. Lobnitz Millworks
2789 COACOOCHEE AVENUE
and
3060 S.W. 37th COURT
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone HI 6-0607
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622 S.W. 27th Avenue
Phono HI 6-0836
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The Only Complete Repair and Refinishing Service in Miami
Martin Band Instruments Factory Methods and Parts used
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11 and 13 N. E. 5th St. Phone 9-3554 Miami 36. Fla.
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2532 PONCE Df LEON BOtftEVAM, COtAl GAILES Pfce Nt 6-9159
A
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VARIETY
OF ENTREES
TO CHOOSE FROM
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
...
Try Our F.moue Whlpee* Cream Pies *8e
TYLERS
RESTAURANTS

1S44 SMITH BIXH NNMIWAV
. .:
COtAl tABUS
GREETINGS'
Palmer's Roofing
has carried on
ince 1920 thru
"depressions and h|!
canes. In a V**
cases it has maintained*
for the same families
estates thru two genera
We are not "Super-rc
but we make every
do a worthy job. Wfl
aider that when we m
roof it is our reapc
until it has outlived U
of years for "h****
of roof was intended.
Sincerely yo**
PNONI"**


fJewMrtorHton
jacy May
Be Perfect-But
Can Work for it
| |y RALPH BUNCH!
L is widespread knowledge
|*orld of the imperfections
Lentan democracy, of the
Katie racial and religious
Twhicb weaken our unity
' our strength. We know
fere are these imperfections.
hk about them; we face them
t mdeed it, is a part of our
*jh-UW -in the democratic
wfV*our society, we are
-j to point to our shortcom-
Hy'ei it Is unfortunate that
Le there. Our enemies, of
I exaggerate; we couldn't ex-
tern to do otherwise. But to
fiends, and our friends are
these imperfections are
eos to me that our answer
je, and it is the only answer
[is in a democratic society.
trt every possible effort to
Ute un-democratic practices
D-democratic attitudes, to do
M m can to close the gap
M oiir professions of democ-
ud our practice of it.
fisflleinh way that we can
our maximum national
j and unity and fully dis-
I our international responsi-
[s. In these critical times,
i must do. We cannot afford
See 1 rfc"t Me
NAT GANS
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"Per Better Htefffe fat Man Seates*'
401 S.W. lit AVENUE
PHONE FR 44401
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288 NX 67th Street Phone PL 8-8715
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PkeoeFR 44788
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1
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Phone: MO 7-2551
Box 786. Coral Gables. Fla.
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(Member oi F.D.I.C.)
101 HIALEAH DRIVE
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2341 N. Miami Avenue
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w\
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470 M.W. 5fb STRICT WIO* FR 3-4S38
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y*
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100 N. E. lit Ave. Miami, norida '
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316 S.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
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Peg* 10 B
+jtwUti*hrX#>n
Purim and Joviality Begin WlgW^g^^
Tracm.onally. Jewish life has. ..amanohren." In Italy it was P""^ ^^ lines were
been sober and temperate. The called Azhai Haraan ^cbetween the sacred and the
Hebrew calendar abounds with Aiooho,ism b a social problem drawnbe "~n l ^.sterou-n-s,
many festive day., but hi>tory has ^ oun given sobriety to the Jewh xc^e ***** ">. P^1" SJj MeSah Svice. To
rhe centur.e< of per.e- ,, sctnin>--CR.ur,jef* fa* the Je- ^"^^.""feStah reading >*
cution an! th> Jrceeta.nties of life r,-h au. Ita-tassviW this th.s day the Me^ a'*
reSttJJratpepul spirit- !h0 {act U,., B whole miracle P*J ^^SSi\
Ul restrain, upon the jew^ Even ol Punnl y oearioaedI throtg ^^^.^S^of Sm
hi- happier holidays have been ce- wim>: va-hti lo ated with rigid disciplines and Esther and h sons. There is exen occa
amid austere elements. But. there donned ,n her stead: Haman >et s.onal "*""" ,lsn).
he year when kj, toe banquet At times the hewronaneai
n. u.e ^n^a8.an,;vna; CUe cadl.
idenl during the Talmud .MegiUahTR states on bounds that JJJWJLrittoTS
.ration of Purim Purim "a ** ^ on l^'" a"if .1
,g the year, but on Purim he <. difference between "Cursed is occurrence in the IpWMt
Bt to his pent-up emotions Hamar r "If"** IWSTlJL^SStll.
u, the year the hfe of the j^ b no better ami* I* 1T38. when the ~^*"
- and free from ,ir_ k ,han this peculiar were calledlin "mo*c J *
Hoover. Rabb. Hoa which was beating on **""*">
m he allowed himself a short Userte* who the famous-each time the name of Haman was
per.od oi escape, one day in th --.ulchan Aruch." mentioned. .... .,:,, :
veai It tree to permit p, -hat the rabbis did nut A custom prevalent in the MM-
the luxury of indulci: .. :hat one must get drunk, but'die Ages av that Of writing tnt
hfe nereb S ui ik< all the other Jei -ual cap-- .hat he will the floor Each time his name was
days Purim ha> given rise to fali asleep, and because he is mentioned boys and young men
- Form not know the differ- would hit the stones against each
found in the Book of ence between "Cursed i> Haman" other or stamp their feet on the
Esther it.-elf where is prescribed and Blessed is Mordecai." floor until the name of Haman was |
sending Of portions .me to an- The Talmud relates an unusual erased This custom was begun by,
Here, narrative about Rabbah and Rabbi French and German rabbis in the
! men) "ther zem who spent a Purim feast to- thirteenth century, who based the
lays special food* became a gether. They became mellow, and practice on the verse "Thou Shalt
feature of the observ- Rabbah arose and cut Rabbi Zera's blot out the remembrance of Ama-
The custom developed in the throat (apparently without actually Ink." (Deuteronomy 25:19). They
~end del killing him' On the following da] rninH an pJM 15 B
foods to]he prayed on his behalf and re
neighbors and friends and to make vived him. The following year.
Rabbah said to Rabbi Zera. "will
The -!''he poor usually con- you come and we will have the
ections before the Mcsil- Purim feast together?" He replied:
lah ary. in the -\ miracle does not take place on
. e a p!at< ,,, ,:, occasion."
Kuppah." into I( jj t() ^ remcmbered that in
" lhe" ages put, Jewish life did not draw
tnbutions. These gifts are in- dl ^
i pre-ent the ancient the line between religious and lec-
t Hashekel." or half of the ular activities. Thus, there arc
the realm. Today.these found sacred Hebrew hymns as
ebons m American >>na- wme ^ or purim There are
es are usually turned over to
the Jewish National Fund for its --- --"----
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETTNGS
m
^m

I. Hovnton Gribble
North Miami Tax Aeeeesor
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
Leo Adeeb Chevrolet
15 flAKS ON MIAMI BEACH
540 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEAC
TO ALL .. .
A MOST HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK
Transport Rental Systems, Inc.
511 S.W. 3rd AVENUE MIAMI. FLOB
Phone FR 4-3942. 9-7859
fold-pi i in Israel.
ce Purim is S joyous holiday,
celebrated with feasting- The
meal i^ known as
- udat Purim." the Purim feast.
The Sudeah usually is held towards
the evening of Purim day (Megil-
lah 7B In connection with the
ing. there ha< developed a
iue type of pastry which has
me symbolic of Purim's his-
event The name of this spe-
cial del.' lered in variou-
BARNES
CAST STONEWORK TO ORDER
MANTELS GRILLES PLAQUES
Modern Polithtd Stout Manltlt
Phone PL 94314
262 N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
Cast Stone Shop
ieason't Greetings To All Our Friends
Giovanni's
Restaurant
ITALIAN FOODS
10)5 N.W. 79th St., Miami, FU.
Phona PL 9-9409
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
iiisr \i >: i:>iai.M:i:hi\. co.]
Blue Prints Photostats Drawing Materials
Pick-up and Delivery Service (Opposite the Cot;
47 N.W. FIRST STREET
Phon FR 3-3666
GREETINGS
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f HONE 14-3242
FOR SERVICE
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Truck Body Builders
724 N. W. 21st Street
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1141 So. Alhambra Circle Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone MO 1-9586
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Phone 84-4521
GREETINGS
ln\ .'siors Hiver*iiH'fI Stvmvs. Iim .
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Room 300
1st National Bank Building
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2610 N.W. 119th STREET MIAMI. FL01
"Good Food at Reasonable Prices"
Phono MU 8-9268
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is Slumbering Industrial Giant; Says OF Dean Weil
Florida is a
giant and
0{ an industrial
beyond the scope
l-esVILLE
m industna
threshold of *
hfvond the -cope of
jSfSKU a?s*a
tor for the Engineering
dastrial Experiment Station. In
Asking for the appropriation. Gov-
ernor LeRoy Collins explained that
the I'^leral ftvemment has spent
TO ofniofi (fdltars fin atomic power
a industrial Expert-, Burin* the coming five years,
^g and industrial ^ hundre(J m,|1|on ^^
Kates most outstanding
K on the uses of atomic
As director of the Experi-
icution and Dean of the Col-
' ftgineering. he is charged
-responsibility of providing
eary research and train-
fengineers to bring such ex-
to"' ,.r u
Weil, who during World
J was instrumental in the
pment of the time-proximity
, faculty advisor for Pi
i Phi fraternity on the U of
os and an active member of
J B nth. having appeared at
|B'rith state conventions. He
letding role in the con-
of the university's Hillel
(some two vein ago.
,on. Dr. Marvin Weil, is a
rician on Miami Beach.
tyja's greatest handicap in ex-
j industrial operations is its
[cheap heat for processing.
| Weil points out that the
J mineral resources have on-
touched" and yet Florida
175 percent of the nation's
Florida also produces
of the nation's ilmenitc
Bile, ores containing titan-
tonium and hafnium. But,
I these ores are mined here
ist be processed elsewhere
of the lack of heat avail-
I Florida Legislature put the
pi the nuclear development
nog the 1955 session when
propnated $500,000 for the
bment of the nuclear reac-
sev-
will
be spent solely on reactor research
Dean Deil also points to- the fact
that this future industrial expan
sion will be accomplished without
smog, smoke or polluted waters as
has occurred in other industrial
i-wa* established in St. Augustine
Jamestown was next. Then came
New England with its vast water
power. Next was Pennsylvania
with its coal resource*. Oil was
found in the Weat. But Florida's
lack of water power and r.f fdasH
fuels has been a handicap that ha-
taken almost three centuries
overcome," the dean added.
Uranium is the material now
usually used to operate nuclear re
actors. Where will it come from?
Dean Weil points out that while
to
did not have cheap and plentiful
power our historical priority did
us no good industrially," Dean
Weil explains.
"The first settlement in America
areas of the nation. "Because we no rich deposits have been found
in Florida, deposits are listed in
a 1954 U.S. Geographical aerial
ufvey report for Bradford, Clay.
Columbia. DeSoto. Dixie, Lake.
Marion. Orange, Sumter, Taylor
and Union counties. These areas
showed abnormal radioactivity in-
dicating uraniferous phosphate de-
posits.
As recently as last January, sur-
veys reported the finding of radio
active material in Nassau, Char-
lotte, Lee, Hardee, Manatee and
Sarasota counties.
Ph. 4-0651
nm
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DAST CONCRErE
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United Jewish Appeal.
Heiman accepted the post in re-
sponse to an emergency call from
Joseph Meyerhoff, of Baltimore, a
top official of the national body.
As a member of the national
cabinet, Heiman will be required
to attend four important confer-
ences in New York and Washing-
ton, D.C., in the coming year to
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wide UJA drive.
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MURRAY'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR
Mr. ond Mm. Maurice $omwl and Doujhter, Cynthia
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Purim Commences
Saturday Evening
Continued from Pape 10 B
commentary on the Vferse found in
the Mi.lrash which explains It to
mean "even from wood and stone.
Haman was a descendant of the
Amalekites. an ancient foe of the
Israelites. A barbarous desert peo-
ple the Amalekites attacked the
Israelite* during their journey
from Egypt to Canaan. The assault
was carried out in the form of a
sneak attack from the rear and in-
cluded wholesale maB8KN of wom-
en and children. As a result, the
[sraelitCI were admonished by
Moses to blot out the remembrance
of Amalek when the opportunity
would present Itself. Some years
later. King Saul led an expedition
against Amalek. but he did not ful-
fill the commandments to utterly
destroy them. It was Saul's failure
to completely wipe out this ancient
foe that made possible the future
Haman.
Theatrical activities were gener-
ally regarded too frivolous for Jew-
ish participation. However, during
the days preceding Purim all types
of dramatic performances were
permitted. Purim dramatics ran
the full gamut from folk comedies
and buffooneries to full-length se-
rious productions. Even as far
back as Talmudic times, there is
known to have been certain spec-
tacular entertainments as part of
the Purim observance.
In the Geonic period, the Jews
of the Orient celebrated Purim
with dramatic presentations of the
Friday, Fi
Andrew Miller, noted philanthropist and vice preaj,
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifta, Brooklyn, N.Y. I
will be honored at a testimonial dinner Sunday evenii
26, at Waldman's Crown hotel. Shown left is Rabbi I
Briskman, member of the Torah Vodaath faculty, now I
the area to help make plans for the testimonial. Miller j
treasurer of the Jewish Chronic Disease hospital in!
and treasurer of the Pride of Judaea Children's Home.
TO All .
SEASON'S GKHT1NGS
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incidents in the Scroll of Esther.
These amusements continued
through the Middle Ages. However,
the real Purim play, the popular
"Purimspiel" did not make its ap-
pearance until early in the eigh-
teenth century. Oddly enough, the
story of Esther and Haman were
not the only subjects presented at
Purim. Dramatic groups also pre-
sented such titles as "The Sale of
Joseph," "David and Golith," and
similar subjects.
Because the Purim story is one
of the most dramatic and best told
stories in world literature it lends
itself easily to dramatic presenta-
tion. In the past couple of hun-
dred years there were annual pro-
ductions during the entire month
of Adar in the key cities of Europe.
Among the more popular of these
productions was "Haman der
Grosse Judenfresser." Most popu-
eatnmts jo m
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lar of these productions i
ten in Judeao-Cerman. that]
dish; Hebrew and English.|
instances these annual
tions have a source, of in
deserving charitable
day, there art' literally
Purim plays and each n
are being added to the eva
list.
Much of Jewish ceren
[through the year recalls|
history of the Jewuh
Diaspora. However, oi i
Jew laughs at his trouble.]
has become the symbol I
many Hamans who have I
destroy the Jew On I
remembers that poetk jm
taken care of all of Israeftl
from Pharaoh, even until |
As he reflects on the
and hatreds of history
realizes that Haman has 1
merely the sport of Jrwisl|
sters who crack their i
Synagogue on Purim nujnt^
why it is not hard to
the prophecy of an
who said that even if all tkl
holidays should disappear.]
will survive to be observed!
TO ALL .
A MOST HAM HOUtAI
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Sam Reisaer, Max Sooti 11
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Phone FR 3-N21
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Against Bias
be Kept Up
%#;;
uust remain alert as
^totalitarian throats
BnoTher ,or1< >f the
?Lb BlaiMcin. honorary
Rt* American Jewish
Lind memlHT <.l the U.S.
LtothelN tenth Cener-
Jbly, warned in Miami last
1 the P ": ovoment
and the I "-1""-
iEnjl.ind-"n" laint hut
-both the Jews in
uflrie^ :
irld" H ''"'
DuVal Announces
tor Leqislaturfe
have some strong and effective al-
lies-among the responsible leader-
ship in these countries."
The Baltimore industrialist ad-
dressed a dinner meeting of AJC'sl "arvie S. DuVal, 39 years old,
Miami chapter at the Seville hotel, farmer assistant state attorney!
presided over by Col. Mitchell Wednesday announced his candi-
Wolfston. The dinner was in tn bute to the Greater Miami Jewish (;r''P 1, the legislative seat being
Federation, headed by Stanley r vacated by George S. Okell, Sr.
Myers. Another highlight yf the >>uVaI (a a native son of the
event Wa* the installation of Jlr P'neer family of Hugh F. DuVal
Kurt Pciser as chairman of AJC's r and Leila DuVal,
Miami chapter advisory board. The
Miami chapter is headed by* Judge
Harold B. Spaet. and David KIce-
man is chairman of the executive
committee.
Troy Haigler Seeks Dade
County Commission Ppst
Troy Haigler.' veteran tax con
suitant, Wednesday announced hi>
candidacy for county conimi
District 1, in the primary election
ossibilitv ol the revival in May.
in \\. .tern Ger
who have lived
in Dade county
since 1908. He is
married and
lives in Opa-
Locka wijh his
wife and two
daughters, where
Itfl la a member
)f the Methodist
li ireh.
J. DuVAl He attended
local public
schools, graduated from the Uni-
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d a law degree at the I'niver.
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Phone 84-1625
dive-bomber pilot, and for two
year* daring tin- Korean War. be-
ing awarded the Distinguished Fly-
ing Cross and six air medals for
combat. He is now the command-
ing officer of the Marine Reserve
Jet Squadron stationed at Opa-
locka.
DuVal served as assistant state
attorney three and a half years,
as trial prosecutor, and while in
that office wrote the legislative bill
which created the Criminal Bureau
of Investigation, establishing in
Dade county one of the first sci-
entific crime laboratories in the
South. He has also served as mu-
nicipal judge and city councilman
of Opa-locka, and is actively en-
gaged in the practice of law with
Harry W. Prebish.
Anticipating the continued ex-
ceptional growth of Dade county,
he expects to campaign "on a pro-
gressive platform of bringing new
industries and increased tourist
trade to South Florida, making
adequate provision for the public
schools, less expense in govern-
ment by elimination of overlapping
functions, opposition to any in-
crease in taxes, greater assistance
to all agricultural interests, with-
out the return of milk price con-
trol, and to better the conditions
of the working man."
Paul Knowles Will Run
For District One Constable
Paul E. Knowles, a Florida State
Police Academy graduate, an-
nounced Wednesday he will run
for constable in District 1.
Knowles said that if elected he
"will do all in my power to pro-
mote justice" in Dade county.
The candidate attended Miami
schools, including the University of
Miami. He is a war veteran, a mem-
ber of American Legion, Disabled
Veterans and Dade County Demo-
cratic Executive Committee and
Young Democrats.
MR. and MRS.
L. SILVERMAN
and lh
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653 COLLINS AVENUE
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Edward T.
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Friday,
5^5 *\
Services I^G^t^l&*Housw_Of Won
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening service.- at
8:15. Public school teachers, prin
cipals and administrators of the
students at Temple Israel religious
school will he guest-.-; Rabbi Jo-
v. pli Narot will preach on; "The
challenge to Kducation." Reeep
Uon follows. Steven Posner will
become Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
da] morning services at 11. Cantor
Jacob Bornstein renders the mu.-i-
cal portions of the liturgy.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening sarvfcei
al 5:30. Saturday morning wrvfces
are at 8:30. Rabbi Tibor Stern will
otiiciate and dix.ii>-: "Casting
Your Lot With God." Rev. Maurice
Mamches render- the musical por-
tions of the liturgy Daily service-
at 7 and 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
Purini festival begins Saturday
evening with reading ot the Mogil-
la at 7:15.
:. *
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
mi vice- at 6. Saturday morning
-,iucc- are at 8:30 Rabbi Arie
Becker officiates and discusses
MIAMI SYN
COLN ROAD
A G O G U E S
N
Orllw
GREATER
ACUOATH ISRAe! HEBREW INSTITUTE-
^HISRAaioNGMOATION I..... IT,lr.,.v..
___________^- r,-a ;-:!, -t. CoMMTvatlve. Kabbl
BE1
NORTH SHORE ^^KJU"
TEMPLE BSTH JHOLOM 4ill I
'""' manu el-'k". Wa-hUurion ... Cona.rv.ttra. Rabbi Ires*
... .1 ,. ...
NCOLN ROAD
Washington .v.
T" Lstarmat"CMtor Pfcitlp Brrn
BELOW L
BABBI JOStPH NMOT
. "Tht Challenge"
thai, will become Bar Mitzvah.
MegiUa reading is Saturday eve
..t 7.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
Israel Invincible" Class in
Tal- services at 5:15 At the Lite -ervice.
mud precedes the -ervice at 8
Clan m Bible will be at 5 p.m.. fol-
lowed by SbalOS Seudo-. Mr and
Mr- Joseph Swartz are hosta
Purim party is Sunday evening in
Bloomberg hall
*
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
8:30 p.m.. Sam J Heiman. chair
man of the 1956 Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign, will be principal
speaker and discuss: "'My Trip to
I-rael Rafahi Jonah (.'apian offi-
ciate-, with ( antor Abraham Seif
rendering the musical portions of
the liturgy. Saturday morning serv-
Friday evening services at 6. Sat- ice- are at 8 3.1. Cantor Mo-he Ku-
tirday morning -ervice- are at 9. ______i___________________________
der Gross officiates
and discusses the Weekly Portion
Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. fol
I ed by Shalo- Seudo-. MegiUa
reading is at 7 30 p.m. Sunday
services commence at 7 am. with
a reading ot the MegiUa. Daily
-i rvices are .it 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
4!
CAKDULIGHTIN6 Tim
Aditr 12 6:01 p.m.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
.-en ices at 8 15. Rabbi
Abramov.it/ will discuss
Oil* Victims." 'antor Edward Klein
render- the musical portion- of the
liturgy, assisted by the choir under
the directions of Eli Samuel-. Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:45.
Harvey, son of Mr. and Air., Juhu-
Richman. and Harvey -on of Mr
and Mrs. Irving Kolchner will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Sermon will be
based on the Weekly Portion.
*
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
ices at 6. Saturday morning
ices are at 8:30. Rabbi -Joseph
Raakovsfcjr will officiate anfl di-
l You Are to Teach." At 4:30
p m., he will preach on the Weekly
Portion. Mincha i- at 5 15 p.m..
owed by Shalos Seudo- and
Maariv. MegiUa will be read at
8:30 p.m. Daily services are at 7 30
a m. and 6 p.m.
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday
evening service*, dedicated to
Brotherhood, at 8:15 Rabbi Bori-
Rakovsky will di-cu--- A Revival
oi jointly with Flamingo chapter of
B'nai B'rith and Jewish War Vet-
erans. Oneg. Shabbat follows
Saturday morning service- are at
-w sffrssT : Bwar
BETH WLAH CONGREGATION l -. -v..
M),|i ,;"^'_^v,> -lh orthodox. B
kneseTh^sra^congregation-mk. KueHd .v..
Orthodox.
Orthodox.
Kabbl Jo-
BaliM Alexander rJro.
Orthodox. Kabbl
an Judaism. Kabbl. Abraham
torah temple-im Waal ava.
uiui Loul
CORAL GABLES
^oai CABLES JEWISH CENTER- Palermo v.
CORMorrl op cinior Irving *&
Mori- >* I ______ ____ rnnifllt
ll /..uni.ra .v..
Liberal. Rabbi
Conservative. Rabbi B.
MIAMI
Orthodox. Kabbl
downtown
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-IS- NW 3rd ave.
A o'lTv WOOD and FT. LAUDEROALE
TEMPLE BETH 6HOLEM OF MOLLYWOOD-1721 Monroe at.. Hollywood.
7'ona.rv.tlve Rabbi Samuel I^rer.
'"'',". OF HOLLYWOOD S0SS folk t Hollywood.
tpmplE EMANUEL OF FT. LAUDERDALE-1801 So
TEM^L"d!*u" .Reform. BAbbl Ma,.,,, hM
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRIN
Conaerva-
South Andrew* ave.,
Q 8
CENTER9il Eait 4th .ve.
I'on-
-evit-kv w 1! -.I!iti;ite. Rabbi's class
,.Mayer is at 5 p no Mm. V i will be at 5:30
" p.m., followed bv Shalo- Seudos
MegiUa reading i- Saturday eve
ning at 7:48 ami Sunday rooming
at 8. Thi- i- the Ib A .n *>se*i>
late Frida\ even fog -e- Da
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH
" aerVai w R*bb i-h. Rackovrtj
NORTHEAST
temple ISRAEL-137 NE lth St Re'-rm. lUbbl Jowjph Narot. Rabbi
TE1a,-b Ka|,U.. Rabbi Km.r.tus. Cantor Jacob Bort*"";
Tl' TH QPAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER 6000 North Miami ave.
"'caMarratlv! Rabbi Abraham H.raon. Cantor Albert Olantx.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION-1J2..1 N W 7th Mfc
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-.O NW l.t pi.
Conservative. Kabbl Leo Helm
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER1SSI0 Went Dixie hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Henry ukollc. Cantor Mauriie N.U.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION l4th at. and NE 11th .re-
i u.s.r\alivi-. Kabbl lsaav l.erer.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION EMI CafBl JV
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE2^i BW 3rd ax.- Conaervatlve. Kabbl
Vaaknv RoMnberp. CJuitor William W. UfraMK
BETH EL CONGREGATION 500 BW .. :, >. Orthodox. Rabbi
8hmary.hu T gwlraky. Cantor Loui- ;ol*paBawa
ISRAELITE CENTER3lS SW 2lh iTB. Kabbl Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Samuel SalU-> I
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND ', .ORFCATiON SW ::h mv*.
Orthodox. Kabbl Slinoo y\|-r-: .:..- i>i(-,e i.l itMT,
W E E r M
* >- i'. \ :.-.! Waxman.
mg the choir. j0n ft
ter of Mr. and Mr>T
Brown, will become Br
with Oneg Shabbat foil
ed by Joan'.- parents _
Saturday morning sfrvifT
8:30. Megilla w.f, l?
day evening at 7:3o
morning at 8.
read |
and
"MPLE i.ON
.V
c^mes Bar Mit.-v.;'1 our--
Overcoming I a r a e I' s Enemies."
-ervices will he :l I
p.m.
Mi 5:50
day m<>
:3'l
..j-j p ni.
.. Sabbath Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6
Mincha will be at p.m.
TIFEREIH ISR Xi_ NORTH-
SIDE CENTER wi I hold Fridaj
evening -eivice.- :it 8 30 Rabbi
Abraham Her-on will officiate and
preach on the topic: "Memory
Image" Cantor Ixiui- Garteifaaus
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN- hold Friday evening services at
TcP will hold Friday evening'8:15 Rabbi Leon Kronish will of-
-< i vices at 8 15. honoring Brother ficiate and disease: "Do Religions
hood Week. Rabbi Morris Skop Fight Each Other?" Saturday
will officiate, and Dr. H. Franklin. morning services are at 10:45.
B1TH ISRAEL C
TION will hold Friday
services at 6. Saturday
services are at 9. Rabbi I
Rottman will preach on dpi
ly Portion Class in Bible u.
4:30 p.m. Mincha will he jl
p.m., followed by Sh.los
Daily service- are at 7.30j
6 p.m. MegiUa will be
urday evening at 8 and
morning at 8:30.
ISRAELITE CENTER f
Friday evening -onicc^at!
8:15 p.m. Rabin Morton '
will officiate and preach
topic: "The Purim
Parness, chairman of thji
committee, will lead the
tee as host at Oneg Shabbiti
day morning services are i
Cantor Samuel Salkow res
musical portions of
Mincha will be at 5:30 pj
lowed by Shalos Seudos.
of Megilla is at 6:30 p.m.
morning services are at

MONTICELLO PARK
GATION will hold Frida
services at 8:15 Rabbi Isaac j
will officiate and discuss:
Must Not Forget'' United j
gogue charter will be for
sented to the congregate]
urday morning services
Purim service and Megilla I
will be at 7:30 p.m Purim i
continue Sunday morning:
Special program for chih
lows at 10

MIAMI HEBREW SO
CONGREGATION will r
evening services at 6.
morning service- are at M
bi Simon April will preadMJ
topic: "Brotherly Love
Changed Decree Cantor I
Kelemer renders the
lions of the liturgy.
be read at 7 30 p.m. D<
are at 7:30 am and 6 p.a.

TEMPLE B'NAI SH0LI
NW 183rd -t will hold
ning services at 8:15. Rev.,
Edwards will discuss; '
Guest speaker will be JudgM
renders the mu-ical portions of the Williams, of the l'niver-ity of Mia-'Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted mond Nathan in a di
liturgy oneg Shatmat follow.-. >>. will be guest speaker. Maurey Dy-art. will become Bar Mitzvah. ..The Dlgr,itv of Man" Ca
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs Milton Ashman, ex-barker of Variety' (antor Samuel Kelemer renders ;Grossr).rg renders the mm
Perlman in honor of their son Raymond Bruce, who becomes Bar f the Brotherhood, will extend I follows. Megilla reading
Mitzvah during Saturday morning greetings, ("antor Irving Robinson BETH DAVID CONGREGATION j Saturday evening at 8
services at 9. Rabbi Herson will: renders the musical portions of the will hold late Friday evening serv-
disease: "The Pure of Heart'' Uuirgy a-si-ted by the choir under ices at 8:15, dedicated to Brother-
Purim services .and reading of the direction of Robert Straburg, hood Week. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
Megilla i- Saturday evening at 7. Oneg Shabbat follows in honor of berg will discuss:
Mr and Mr- Abraham Glasser. Unity Within Diversity." Mr. and' J^^ "Officiating: and preacJ
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will]
Friday evening servic
"'8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Ii
BETH EL CONGREGATION wdl Mark, -on of Mr. and Mrs Robert Mr- Max Siegel will be hosts at [iy.e topjc- -purim-An OW i
hold Friday evening -ervice- at Yolken. and David, son of Mr. and Oneg Shabbat. Mrs. Stanley C. My- [ Wltn An Ever New *
545 Saturday morning service- ^'r~ Alvin Cassel. will become Bar ers, member of the national execu- rantor Philip Brummer
are at 8.30. Rabbi S T Ssvinky -Mitn-ah during Saturday morning five committee of National Coun-1 tne musical portions of (be
cil of Jewish Women, will discuss: Saturday morning services
"Council of Jewish WomenFunc-
at9. Sermon is based on thej
ly Portion. Purim coar
Saturday evening at 7:151
MegiUa reading Daily sen*
be in the chapel at 8 *
p.m.
ANSHE EMES C0NGR
will officiate and discuss: The H' services at 9 45
Axil in Jewi-h History." Cantor *
Louis Gartenhaus render- the mu- FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH tions and Significance." Saturday
-ical portion- of the liturgy. Junior COMMUNITY CENTER will hold morning services are at 9. Alan
-ervice, arc in Ycshiva Hall at 10 Friday evening services at 5 45 Barry Richter and David Alan
') Steven, -on of Mr- Ruth Ro-en- pif^j? Sanhedrin will be at Late -erv.ee- in honor of the torn- Rosenblatt will become Bar M.tz-
4 30 p.m. Megilla reading i- Satur bined Jewish Appeal will be con- vah
daj evening and Sunday morning ducted by Rabbi Leo Heim at 8:30
N'" Dorothy Kneger Fink will be ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
u M.. t- JNAI "' "M>u'""' ?"(M Takr neE Snabbat M- hold Friday evening services at !Wiii' hold Friday evenml
. o i? o S I evemnLR imkea ^"rd.ay mornin ***** 815 Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz will L ,. c-turdav morningi
. 8 30. Rabb, Dav.d Shapiro w,U are at 8 30. Sermon w.ll be ha-ed officiate and discuss "The Role 'at 5M'n rh, will be fl
- The Ten Commandments on the Weekly Portion Mincha i- of Modern E-thers Mr- W.l-l""* at 9' MmC
in Our Atomic Age." Cantor Yehu- '> S M D m followed by Maariv
dah Heilbraun render- the mu-ical an'i the Purim festival. Megilla will
portion- of the liturgy Ellen, b* read Saturday evening and Sun-
daughter oi Mr ..nd Mr- ImriK (,a> '""rning at 830.
IBM 15a- Mitzvah and
deliver i sermonette Saturday AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
morning services are at 9 Megilla INSTITUTE will hold Frtdaj ave
wiUbe read Satur-lay evening at wng lervien at 6 Saturday morn- and Sundaymorning at""8' Rev ,
' Da,,> ",0rn ^ ^ 8 30 Rabb, Rudolph Brill readers the musica.
TEMP. P 7.nu w ,, c V. rT W'" Preath ,he ,op,c ,M,r,l"n^ of TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday Purim Drama Demonstrate- Jew ,,u,';
evening service- at 5 30 and 8 30 -h StabUity." Dr and Mr- Sev- NORTH DADE CENTER will'
of^'' Rab.h' ^ ??""* m"Ur A"Prman W'" ^ hold Vrly e^nmg ^er"e- a
ris New mark 1^ S^ 5 L ,' tT ^"^ and f'^ and discus,: "TheBeaut,-
I 51,, -t. Shalos Saudos. Meg.U. reading i, fu. Usther." C.ntor Maurice Neu
Of Modern
liam
will a--i-t at pre Purim Sisterhood' reading is at 7 p.m
Sabbath. The Meaning of Sab-
bath S/K-her" will be the topic of
Rabbi Hurwitz" sermon Saturday
morning at 8:30. Megilla will be
read Saturday evening at 7 p.m.
Mrs. wii-i cmiAi
president,,followed by Shalos. Seuoo^
will be at 8 a m.
.mon. .h. .. a, Tk. s**,,,, .1 Pur4,_l U(tlI0. ma> La,.,,,. Mwe dir^.
Rabbi
IS INTIKSTED IN A
THAT COUIO W
FII10S Of *5
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in
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tfir Croise lo Israel
c Queen federica
lh'mounting evidence from
t, Serins tour- seMOM m.
rlhi ir the Home L.nes
h c Ur,l agents in the
', for the S.S. Queen
r. rftJu week revealed a
K 'ein bookings for the
teeicheU. -n time
^Passover holiday, this sail-
tf uie S.S. Queen Frederica
L planned to prov.de the
,0 Israel with all the lea-
Td a luxury cruise en route.
attractive accommodations,
ard activities and special
Zs on a strictly kosher cui-
mntions for this Passover
Tare still available in limited
jandmaybemadethroufh
[travel agents.
i6 Announces
Office
Lph A. Boyd, Jr., Hialeah at-
announced here that he
tic the Democratic nomi-
for state representative for
| county in Group 2. Boyd
*n city attorney of Hialeah
. past four yean and la pres-
I the Hialeah-Miami Springs
ciation.
is a former state corn-
er of the American I-egion,
rincr and is active in reli-
civic and fraternal groups
dc county. He helped organ-
he Hialeah Miami Springs
er of Commerce and is now
id vice president
f i> 39 year- old, married and
with his wife and four
en at 91 To-To-Lo-Cbee dr.,
kh.
id stated that he will sponsor
pnd. constructive program for
onda with particular empha-
the importance of securing
ade county it- fair share of
Moline tax for road construc-
i stated that he will actively
| "for equitable reapportion-
and stated that the pro-
167 senator reapportionment
"not the proper solution to
oblem"
Page? 15 B
ird School of Music
Ml Piano, Accordion and
Pte Courses Taught by
sional Teachers,
HACLER ST. PH. 9*033
HX siHvin:s
*WT A CAR
f!5 p,r Week
' 5c per Mile
ti BW'S RENTALS
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mi .ma Beach
COMPLETE
M YOUR CAR HOME
Rational Cor Travel
' ^coln Road Buildinq
Hwne JE 8-0880
UARE DEAL SERVICE
iXrIsalesa8ervic-
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* WHAL CRAFTSMEN
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Florida
* MACHINES
L !~ Wh*'ert Prices
T" Model,
"-^ir,
* *27331
Complete Cm. Awning Service
New or repair work. Free eetimates.
Hotels my specialty. Phone before
10 am. or after S p.m.
Glock Ph. FR 3-9705
HP
effilfof 4 <> ramies
New Ownership
CERAMIC surmts
INSTRUCTIONS DAILY
Ph. 891503
1945 IKCAYM BOUIEVARD
ORIENTAL POOL FISH
Stock Your Fountains and Garden
Pools with Magnificent
CIMNBI end JAPANESE GOID FISH
IXOTK AOUARWM
122 Minorca Awe.. Coral Gables
Phone HI I 2M]
DADE REST RESORT
Permanent Home ior Blind,
Chronic, Convalescent and
Hard-to-Manage> Aged
Persons.
1349 N. W. 7th STREET
PHONE 9-763*
Get Your Plans Drawn
for Permit
4110 S.W. 69th AVE.
PHONE MO 4-4354
1*1 ICSON \l s
NEW OPINING Of
ZENY'S BEAUTY SALON
Complete Beauty Service. Specialiiina,
in Heir Styling, Bleaching, and
Perrr.onrnt Waving.
1322 NW 29fft St. NE 5-9219
ElBrCATIONAL
LOOK YEARS YOUNGER
Y MCE MUSCLE THERAPY. For details
about this amaiing method, call
JE 4-7047. 1413 Alton Road, Miami
Beach.
ETHEL N. TAKCE
literary Agent
Publk St.no
420 LINCOtN RO.
Motery
Translator
JE
BABY SITTER
HtALlH POLICE CARD
Owe Transportation
Ph. MU 8-6047
SUFFOLK DETECTIVE BUREAU
Offices: Now York, Miami. Confiden-
tial private investigation.
Call UN 6-0759
24-HOUR SERVICE
TOM SPAGNOLO
fine Custom Tailor
Formerly with Arthur Cohen
Fifth Avenue, New York City
1454 LENOX AVENUE
Off Lincoln-Road Ph. JE 1-3423
HYPNOTISM TAUGHT
(Pli.D)
Psyche-Theropy and Neurotic Problems
Evenings 6 to 7
Phono MO 4-2101
UPHOLSTERING
EXPUT FACTORY WORK at lowest
prices in town. Give e> e trial. Free
pkh op and delivery. Phone for free
estimate.
BISCAYNE BEDDING
5451 N.W. 17th Ave. Ph. Pi 4-4404
Dancing
LEARN TO DANCE
WHY envy others when yew com bo the
envy of others? 20 private dance les-
sons $45, taught by attractive experi-
enced instructors. FR 4-1541.
Happy Daze Day Nursery
and Kindergarten
1939 S.W. 8th St. Phone 9-2749
My Lucky Starlet School
Nursery, Kindergarten, 1st. 2nd,
S-1"*.?'' "nci,,0. rhythms, arts, crafts
Full part time. Transportation. 764
N.W. 3rd St.. Ph 822421.
744 N.W. 3rd St.
Phone 82-2421
BOOKKEEPING
Complete Service
TAX RETURNS, STATEMENTS
Ph. MU 1-0332 or 89-4140
INCOME TAX
TAX ntTURrJS PREPARED
BY EX-REVENUE AGENT Free estimates
$2 or. Open 9-4 daily. Mon.. Wed., Fri.
99. 5473 N.W. 7th Avo. Ph. 49-3055.

PRIVATE FUNDS FOR
2nd MORTGAGES
51,000 $3,000
MR. FLORE5 Ph. 84-9962
Byers Private School
Ages 2 to 9 Open Year Round
Ph. HI 8-7949
Rollo University of
Hair Design
Register Now
SUITES 218-290 SEYBOLO BLOG.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Telephone 12-0067
REAL ESTATE EXAMS
Money Back H You fail to
Pass 1st Examonly $15
tASY Homo Study Count for Salesman
DELIA R. WATIER
1233 N.E. 111th STREET
Phone PL 8-6449
Esf. 1950-Never a Failure
TAX RETURNS-S2.00 UP
24 hoar service anywhere. Abo com-
plete accounting and auditing service.
ED SHAW, JE 16719
JE 1-4719
BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA
79TH ST., BISCAYNE BLVD.
Room 208 on the Mezzanine
Tax Returns
Prepared
By Former Revenue Agents
CALL FOR APPOINTMENTS
99914 44-72*5
BUILDER OFFERS
INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED HOME
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, spacious living
room, Florida room, built-in kitchen,
tile roof, torrazzo floors, central
hooting.
See this unusual value today
LOCATED AT 1500 N. I. 13TH PLACE
GEORGE DAWSON
BUILDER
FR 4-2221
42-2424
21,000 ACRES
NEAR OCALA
Cattle ranch, game preserve, tree farm.
Beautiful Springs, good fishing, 2,000
acres improved pasture. In the heart
, ef Florida horse brooding area. Low
ttv.es, good terms.
JOHN B. STADLER
ITS MIRACLE MILE PH. 83-2568
Hi: AL ESTATE
In New Department Store Area-
2 Stores in Prominent
Location
REAL ESTATE EXAMS
SALESMEN flO, Brokers $20. Simpli.
fied homestudy course. Questions,
answers, arithmetic. Why fail and
wait 3 months for new exam !
ARTHUR E. WISE, C.P.M.
3620 S.W. 20th St., Miami. Florida
Established 1946 Ph. HI 6-2854
2321-5 Biscoyne Blvd.
FR 3-0004
Ralph N. Roley
CUSTOM BUILT HOMES on your lot.
Reasonable. Assist with planning and
financing. Free estimates.
1094 N.W. 54th St. Phone 89-4704
40 Acres High Pine Land
WEST PERRINE
Cleared and Scarified
$1,100 per Acre
- TERMS -
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT:
817-9015
Keen-Lovell Real Estate
1*821 Federal Hwy., Perrine
ElKTROLYSIS SCHOOL Warehouse or Factory Bldg.
Good income after short course. We
also remove hair professionally per-
manently. For appointment call
89-4035.
Massage
Built to meet your requirements.
325,000 Ft. industrial zone land, N.W.
32nd Avo., 39th, 40th, 41st streets.
See building, under construction. 3150
N.W. 41st St. Owner builder. PL 74430
Lucie's Health Massage Studio
MASSACf CMOfffCS SHAM BATHS
Resident Caffs All Appointments
Day Tin** Only
417 41st ST., MIAMI BEACH
Phono JE 4-7740
KEOTA'S STEAM BATHS
Massage and Steam Rooms
Koitiored Help
2331 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 82-4880
Perrine
Real Estate Co.
90 acres of high pine land. 2700 ft.
of roed frontage. Between Coconut
Paler and Plumber Dr., wast of Krome.
$1*00 per acre with terms and
releases.
WE HAVE LOTS OF OTHER LISTINGS
Perrine
Real Estate Co.
REALTORS
17931 S. Dixie Highway
Phones 817-9221 817-7226
BUY TODAY'
20 Acres on Lucille Drive,
S.W. of Homestead
$675 per Acre
Terms or Cash
ROBERT E. SCHIM.TE, Broker
ACREAGE SPECIALIST
5704 BIRD RD. PH. MO 7-2078
'
Dolores Lee's Health Salon
1427 N.W. 54th STREET
PHONE 89-0090
Annette Massage Salon
Swedish Massage Steam Baths
MEN A WOMEN TREATED
Hoars 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sun. to 3 p.m.
9720 N.W. 7th AVE. Ph. 89-9213
Stratton
Mortgage Co.
LOANS FROM
$1,000 to $250,000
lust call MURRAY SANDLER
320 A INS-2 Y BLOG.
14 N. E. 1st AVENUE
Phone 9-1796
HI-LO
: SMART investors and speculators are
buying HIGH land at LOW prices. I have
a limited number of godd acreage buys
en the high ridge along the East Coast
and Palm Beach and Broward counties
which will be in commuter's distance
to Greater Miami as soon as Turnpike
is finished. Greatest potentials for in-
vestors, developers and speculators.
Interested? let's make an appoint-
ment to look and see.
Paul Hof, Realtor
Golden Glades at
N. W. 2nd Ave.
414-5894 Eves, and Sun. 81**365
E
TijGUSTBRCS HY{;
Is r *t nF
D
ANN and PATRICIA
ATLANTIC MASSAGE
Noars 10 fo 7
4204 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. 44-7452
BOOKKEEPING
BOOKKEEPING
SERVICE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
Including Tax Filing, from S10 Monthly
Phone 89-4315
INVESTORS1250 LOTS
IN CROUPS Of 300 OR MORE-ALL LOTS 25x135
Those lots are priced so that the investor can more than doable his
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from a lovely tourist city, only 30 minute drive to Daytena Beach area.
Beautiful lakes are* near by". Ideal fishing and* hunting country.
WYMAN ATKINS, Realtor
89-1935 84-9346
YOUR INCOME TAX
J. E. MARQUA
PREPARED
CORRECTLY
BY
FEDERAL TAX CONSULTANT
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART 0HH?'rT,'ZZ
________Op.n 9 .m. to 7.30 p.m._________________
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Ballet Russe Will Perform Here
The University of Miami will
present the Ballet Russe de Monte
Carlo for three performances on
Friday evening, Mar. 16, at Dade
county auditorium, and Saturday
matinee and evening, Mar. 17, at
Miami Beach auditorium.
Igor Yousekevitch, one of the
great male dancers of all time, is
returning to the company in which
he started his career. He came to
America with the Ballet Russe in
1938 and appeared with it as pre-
mier danseur until he entered the
United States Navy in 1943. He
joined the Ballet Theatre in 1946
and has been leading dancer of
that company to the present time.
Alicia Alonso. first Latin Ameri-
can dancer to become a star bal-
lerina, will be dancing with the
Ballet Russe for the first time^ for
many years prima ballerina of Bal-
let Theatre. Miss Alonso has also
her own company in Cuba which
annually tours South and Central
America.
Igor Yousekevitch was born in
Russia and moved to Yugoslavia at
an early age. H was an active,
participant in athletics and waa a
member of the Sokol team at the
Olympic games when he attracted
the attention of several dancing
stars in Belgrade who persuaded
him to study ballet.
Alicia Alonso was born in Ha-TJ
vana and i today one of Cuba's
foremost citizens.
Friday, p
rVfoi Boll Ftai^
tow 1 Beth |
**" El S.sterhood *
annual Purim ball tU
urday evening. Feb. 25.
A Purim p|ay will ^ (
by members of 1^ ^
B'rith Girls, site is
hall, 800 SW nth T
For your
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and the year around
New! Sun sweet
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ready to serve
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