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The Jewish Floridian ( March 2, 1956 )

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iie\wiislhJEIliDiriidliiaun ,30-Number9 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday, March 2. .1956 Price 20tf I m IN HO T POLITICAL MANEUVER mlon in Israeli Cabinet foreseen on Arms Program; Ben-Gurion Seeks Volunteers iLEM (.HA)—Israel's coalition government was restored htompletment this week with the return of the Progressive in the person i Justice" Minister Dr. Pinhas Rosen, following nent of the strike of professional workers. kedome-u issue had thus been healed, but hard upon it came %  ii report of growing dissension KmilDJIVJNG 1,500,000 Hit UJA Kxkoff In the Beach Dulles Statement on Near East Arouses Resentment in Israel rmed by the prospect that people may soon find eluunder attack by Arab tj within the Cabinet over foreign policy. The report was contained in an article by the diplomatic correspondent of The Jerusalem Post. The correspondent said that it is becoming increasingly difficult for MM pai. leading party in the coalition, to answer questions by its left wing Socialist partners, Mapam and Achdut Avodah, as to why the government has not asked the Eastern European states for arms in view of the United States relucommuni-t w e a p o n s, supof the United Jewish Apheavily armed with super;tance to supply Israel with defensive weapons. Mapam and Achdut Avodah believe that such a request Sunday brought forward j by Israel would prove whether or .000 in individual contribu-'not the Czech-Egyptian arms deal 1956' nawas meant as a hostile act against I Israel. Thje/e is a theory current, the diplomatic correspondent says, that some Western quarters would not i launch the I JA'l tide campaign. lliam Rosenwald, of general chairman of this outpouring of [greatest starting s um to an American philan : cau-e" and said it repre"a barometer -turning the pread concern tor Israel's Newj UJA. gifts i outflow ni gifts came at the ession ol a two day national conference of UJA, with I than 650 campaign leaders ntributnr* in attendance at xony hotel. r response came after a from Dr. Giora Joseph |one of Israel's top-ranking and treasurer of the JewAgency in Jerusalem, that Ming Egyptian military surety ultimately will express either in full-scale aggreslainst Israel or in a hit-andrial attack that will deci[us by the thousands." *s anybody think that Egypt ting Communist arms in or"8ht the Communists?" he W>t of this, he stated, Israel |Continud on Page 7 A ever altogether object to a deal between Israel and the Communist bloc states which would tend to show that the Soviet Union, is also a friend of Israel. This, the correspondent concludes, "is a degree of Machiavellianism that will not easily gain credence." Meanwhile, Premier David Ben Gurion called for 50.000 volunteers, members of the Histadrut, to give up six working days of their vacation for building fortifications "' along the borders. BALTIMORE (JTA) — Maryland Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin Twosday urged the State Department to tell arms to Israel and "to do it promptly if aggression on the part of Arab states is to be deterred." Gov. McKeldin addressed some 1,000 persons at a dinner in his honor here. U.S. is Charged With 'Munich Solution' to Emergent Problem JERUSALEM (JTA)—The statement on the Middle East made by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Friday has caused aggravation of the situation and has aroused intense bitterness throughout Israel, The Jerusalem Post, a newspaper which frequently expresses the views of ( the Israel Foreign Ministry, said in an editorial this week. A more effective way to encourage the Arabs to make war on Israel could hardly have been devised, the newspaper commented bitterly. It declared that the statement by Mr. Dulles brought renewal of Hie Arab-Israel war "immeasurably nearer." The Arabs, the editorial noted, having received arms from one side (the Communist bloc) beyond their wildest dreams, are now being told by a leading Western statesman that nothing effective will be done to prevent their attack, that Israel will not be armed for defense. This, the editorial declared, is a "Munich solution" to the problem. • %  WE HAVE HO IMMEDIATE INTEMTIO H TO OffER MILITARY /MATERIEL %  — ; %  r r~ — ^ — — Washington Will Shun Israel in Event Of Preventive War, Dulles Reveals •i WASHINGTON (JTA)—American Jews felt deeply concerned this week by the views on the Arab-Israel situation expressed last Friday by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles during his testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. These views also produced sharp criticism among leading Democratic member of the Senate, who declared that they are not satisfied with Mr. Dulles' testimony. SELWYN IL0YD SOON TO VISIT ISRAEL AND ARAB NATIONS CWT/CJ Mil TO MOVE BRITISH ON LEVANT POLICY %  tf£ (JTA)-Or. Ur..l LONDON (JTA)—Critics of the British Government's Middle East policies failed Wednesday in a determined attempt to change the Government's stand on measures to prevent war between Israel and the Arab States and to achieve a settlement in the Middle East. In a long and inconclusive foreign policy debate in the House of Commons, Selwyn Lloyd, the Foreign Secretary, who is soon to leave on a visit to the Arab States and Israel, again rejected demands that he seek to enlist cooperation of the Soviet Union in halting the flow of arms to the Middle East and refused to accept the view that defensive arms to Israel would help check the growing imbalance and serve as a deterrent to war. The Foreign Secretary asserted that he did not believe the security of Israel rested on an arms race. An arms race, he said, would mean that Israel "will be ringed around by a series of Arab States who have in turn been armed to the teeth by the Soviets and that, I do not believe, would mean security for Israel." He added that "therefore, we have to find a rather different approach to the problem. I just don't believe that Israel's security will follow from the delivery of large quantities of Western arms at the present time." Irh the Middle East, Mr. Lloyd said, "our first task is to assist in an Arab-Israel settlement. Secondly, to maintain our position on the Persian Gulf. Thirdly, to support our friends. Fourthly, to be loyal to our alliances. Fifthly, to persuade those who might succumb to Soviet blandishments of the danger to their political Continued on Page 9 A The Secretary of State admitted that Soviet hlr>c shipment of arms to Egypt would materially alter the military balance against Israel. However he made it plain that there was no foreseeable intention on the part of the United States of supplying arms to Israel. "The United States," he said, 'does not exclude the possibility of arms sale to Israel at a time when it would preserve peace." At the same time, he revealed that not only Egypt but also Syria is receiving arms from the Soviet bloc. Mr. Dulles asserted that "Israel cannot win an arms race against Arabs having access to Soviet-bloc stocks." He claimed that Israel's hope lies in collective rather than Continued on Page 2A SENSATIONAL MOVE SHIPS BARRED TO JEWISH STATE USED EOR WHEAT TRANSPORT State Department Explains' Blacklist Bow ____. t„* .h undine of 55.000 tons of surplus wl WASHNIGTON (JTA) The State Department this week confirmed reports that the shipment of surplus wheat to Egypt had been carried out under kwrZ V V Ch r9#d th# an arrangement which permitted the EayglaM ''' k-llrV w,,h %  •""• *hiuse their blacklist of ships which traded with Israel. Ohrenstein Let Out of Prison MUNICH (JTA) — The West German Supreme Constitutional Court, in what was described here as a sensational move, has ordered the provisional release from jail of Dr. Aron Ohrenstein, former Chief Rabbi of Bavaria, pending determination of whether his constitutional rights had been infringed. The Supreme Court sits in Karlsruhe. The point at issue in the new move is not directly concerned concerned with Dr. Ohrenstein's P Wtdnesda, •Wrtrm •P'y disappointed \m MM I !Tt*mi\Ma\^'wiokmmMn "pUln" hat tho l s "Jj.r.1 qo „ ity of "•'•"•wnjhip. AmeriNationally •otumni.t. Jowph .nd .•?•.£•'• •"••"*• • lr "<


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Page 2 A • %  f rrJfftflnrflffrf? iiilJVhi Washington Will Shun Israel in Event of Preventive War uticd. mmht protect 6.000 A Continued from Poge 1 A in local security and most of a'l in the I'nited Nations. He said that there was danger that Israel might "precipitate what is called ? ventive war" and warned that if that occurs, the United State*will not he "involved on the side of Israel." Admitting that if he were in the same situation aIsrael he would also be clamoring for assistance. Secretary Dulles nevertheless told the Senate committee that Israel fears of annihilation are unfounded. He blamed Israel for "clouding" on occasion efforts for "an ArabIsrael settlement, and cited that the raid in Gaza area was an example. He warned tgainst using the Arab-Israel issue for "domestic political pressures Mr. Dulles also implied that he would seek revision of the present borders between Israel and the neighboring Arab countries before entering into any treat} engagement to prevent alteration of Arab companies m the South Flor da area, has been appointed Philip M. Weinstein, president of the Broadmoor Water Corp. and an officer of several utility Israel boundaries by force. "The present existing armistice lines were not designed tn be permanent frontiers in every respect," he stated, "A more permanent and agreed line inecessary." Secretary Dulles revealed that he was in confer with United Nations Secretary General Das Hamrskjold on W on the Arab-Israel situatii n He i mi that in the event of an attack on Israel, the I'nifo S would look to the United Nations to the lead, li by a Soviet vi : \ might i and ives cor He said thai the United nd F n in Traveling in Israel Topic of Discussion "Traveling Phrouj h Israel" "ill he the topic ol di scussion before Der Yiddisher Forum when it meets Saturday evening, Mar. 3. at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Guest speakerwill he Mr and Mrs, Ehiel Lesow active in local communal philaninropic and cultural affairs. 8 7.T isvtirn thv Hmermt ol Yimlh in Age Send fcr Or. Altrthan tfaJrtM'l Two Bcokkts: "LIVE A 100 YEARS HAPPILY" and "THE ROAD TO HEALTH AND HAPPIER LIVING" N EACH The Spinoza Forum Foundation 124 11th ST M t 30, HA. %  jvtoaifc, £dt& -.. j NO MINORS ALLOWED 'ist and 2nd Races xwrnr AT THE TRACK OF STARS MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB EXTREME SOUTH END OP COLLINS AVE. DIRECT BUS and JITNEY SERVICE FOR BOX SEAT RESERVATIONS \ from Downtown Miami PHONE JE 1-0348 d, mighl protect o,uuu i*meri cans In Saudi Arabia, it the I s refused to sell tanks, the I 5 eemenl for the the air base >1 Dharan tnighl not have been renewed. He said thai Arabia was laid by the late President RooaeveM and confirmed by lent Truman H< thai it was under tinpolicy thai American aerviea men of Jeu ish faith were kept out <>i Studl Arabia flagler-Granada Schedules Original Musical Comedy Plagler Granada Jewish Commun ,i in doted seven performances in itauditorium for HI original miudcal comedy, •'('atskill Cowboy." written by Lillian|1 Kurak and directed by Ed Moore. Lyrics are by Lillian Rurak--., collaterali. n \h Sylvia Kirschner. w ischeduled for Mar. 10, 11. 17. 18. 24. 25 and 31. Five performances are already MM out DW YIDDISHER r MEETS EVERy UT 8 P I HOBDAY, pj^i Guest Jp, lh ^ *• %  m. IH:tu J uietf L "TlAmiNG THH0U6H m I', r V, !, ^^ %  • %  tr M has been rhairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Water Engineering Division. Announcenent of Weinstein's aopointnent wa made by Col. Nathan 3. Rood, chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Buildina Trades Division, one of the 40 major industries participating n the 1956 fund campaign. the n" in the \ iked whether tl the destruction ol Israel, he re| thai the I S. could nol "under %  • ,] th i; was military, Mr, Dulles justified 0l 'In %  > tankweek to Saudi Arabia. The arms shipped to Saudi Arabia, he %  rted, did not affect Arab Israel lance. These tanks, he nrSpinoza Outdoor Forum Resumes Saturday Sessions Spinoia outdoor Forum ireturning lInweek to its Saturday afternoon sessions, Dr. Abraham WolfsOD will lecture on "l-ive I 100 YearHappi |y," which ithe title of his recentl) published book, on Mar. 3 at 3:30 p.m. Widow Wishes to Rent Bedroom in Her 4 Room Apt. to another woman or couple Kitchen privileges. 0 m.nutei from downtown. reaonable. 953 S W. 10th St.. Apt. 2. lit floor. Keyboard School off Music Complete Piano. Accordion and Guitar Courses Taught by Professional Taachers. 1651 W. FIAGIER ST. PH. 9-4033 MORTGAGES-$500,000 Private Money CHAS. HIME Permanent or Conitruction Loans on New or Old Properties Under ConI %  tructlon or Completed. Will Buy or ( Make Loans on 1st or 2nd Mortgages. Unlimited Insurance Funds. 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Mar cl1 2. 1956 "J&istncridtojn Page 3 A UKtAltK MIAMI JEWISBCOMWITYCEHT MIAMI BRANCH Noted Rabbi Says Israel Won't Start Near East Conflict Rahhi Klir7pr Qihmr nf Pitifliti Tk n !..,. t^ n I nM J ,. I t...i n.kk: c:t.. nH ..,u^ Rabbi Eliezer Silver, of Cincinnati, president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, arrived in Miami early this week. The close friend and advisor to the late President William Howard Taft and Sen. Robert A. Taft decliircd that "'I don't believe there will be a war between Israel and the Arab nations." Ohrenstein Released in Surprise Move ntribution to the day camp scholarship fund of the Greater bni Jewish Community Center was made recently by evelt lodge, Knights of Pythias. The grant, which will enneedy children to participate in the summer program red by the Center, is handed over by Lewis Pomerantz, coiirman of the child welfare committee for the lodge (right), Jraim H. Gale, GMJCC executive director (center). Looking [(left front) is Irving Schwam, child welfare committee cofcimcm. In the rear are Abe Cutler, officer representative [the Pythians (left), and Israel Silver, Town Branch superpt (right). istafson Will Make Awards Continued from Page 1 A sentence was, in the main, confirmed by another Munich court in 1954, he had been "deprived of his lawful judge." The 1954 case against Dr. Ohrcnst;in ha3 been in the hands of Dr. Josef Mulzer, a notoriously Naziminded judge, who also presided over the trial of the late Dr. Philip Auerbach, post-war leader of German Jewry. When Dr. Ohrenstein charged Judge Mulzer with prejudice, the latter could not deny it and disqualified himself. Although he was thus no longer ; permitted to deal with the case, he went out of his way to assign Judge Lochner to the trial, disregardingthe fact that two other judges were next on the Munich roster at that time. In their pleas before the SuBut, Rabbi Silver, who is 75, declared that "Israel is not afraid should the Arabs decide to start one. I am certain, however, the Jewish State will not be the instigator of an armed conflict in the Near East." Rabbi Silver based his opinion on the belief that "both the Russians and the Arabs fear setting olf a war in the trouble spot." The noted spiritual leader was to have been guest of honor at a reception Thursday evening in VValdman's Crown hotel. preme Court, the Ohrenstein attorneys argued that their client had been entitled, under the German constitution, "to be tried by his lawful judge" |ad football coach Andy Gusli, of the University of Miami, [present awards at the first I awarddinner of the B'nai Youth Organization, it was unced Wednesday by Al Capp. |dent of the youth council consists (if 23 teenage chapand a membership of 700 people, he dinner will be held at Pickin' kin'. 22nd -t. and Collins ave., atunlax evening. tat place awards will go to \\ Palm AZA, which won the football tournament during \a\] Mason. Second place medUll be Riven to AZA 322. sited guests to the affair will \Ae Judge Milton A. Friedman, Dnal BBVl" Commissioner; Mrs. i A. Frank Wellins. past District 5 i BBYO chairman; Sidney Efronson. j Greater Miami BBYO chairman; i Mrs. Ida Optner, past District 5 | vice president of Women's Grand i lodge, B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Gerald Soltz, president, Women's B'nai B'rith Council, South Florida. Leo Steinman, president, Men's B'nai B'rith Council. South FloriIda; Jack Fishman, vice chairman. Greater Miami BBYO Committee; and Mrs. Joseph Bermann, treasurer, local BBYO Committee. 'TcGUST BROS fc> j is I />• ht SI DOWNTOWN MIAMI'S ONLY DRIVE-IN TELLER SERVICE Simply drive in downtown entrance on S. E. First Street, stop at any of 4 tellers, do your bonking, drive out on S.E. Second Street—you're always In the driver's seat! FLORIDA'S LAROMT STATB BANK PAN AMERICAN BANK **w -.iiri 880 8 C. FIRST STRteT All ii'vicit on "• firt noor In th hrt of downtown M.f.' parking lO"t ***** "ww Sytte*. Moafcor f.r.l D***** tMWO-M CoreoreHo" PRIORITY FOR UJA A Statement by the Jewish Agency IN 1956, American contributors to Israel causes face an unprecedented challenge to their understanding and their generosity. The people of Israel, faced with the gravest threat to their security since the Arab invasion of 1948, are forced to devote all their resources to coping with their precarious position. They find it impossible to continue the substantial financial con:ribution they have been making to the absorption of emergency immigration. The full burden of bringing the refugees to Israel from North Africa, of caring for them, housing them, establishing them in agricultural settlements and development areas, must inevitably fall upon philanthropic funds. THE MOST IMPORTANT OF THESE IS THE UNITED JEWJSH APPEAL. In the past year and a half, tens of thousands of Jews who felt themselves in peril in North Africa have found haven in Israel. But at least 100,000 more have applied to the Jewish Agency for prompt emigration and are awaiting their chance to go. Whether or not they will have that opportunity depends on the results of UJA's 1956 campaign. SPECIAL FUND FOR NOTH AFRICAN IMMIGRATION Faced with greatly increased needs, the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL has set a dual goal for 1956: the provision of greatly increased sums for vast programs of vital humanitarian activities in Israel and in areas of danger and distress for Jews overseas, requiring $105,283,435, and, in addition, the raising of a SPECIAL SURVIVAL FUND OF $25,000,000 PLUS for the immigration and absorption in Israel of North African refugees. If these vitally important goals are to be achieved, UJA must have priority over all other campaigns for Israel causes. UJA must have first call on the generosity and efforts of the American Jewish community. The challenge of 1956 can be met effectively only through greatly increased support of the regular UJA drive plus great extra contributions to UJA'S SPECIAL SURVIVAL FUND OF $26,000,000 PLUS. There are other authorized agencies with established records of constructive effort in Israel that are entitled to support from the American public. However, none of thtm surpass the pre-eminence of the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL. On occasion new campaigns have been launched by individuals and organizations which have put forth claims not always warranted by facts and have requested support out of proportion to their importance. WHEN IN DOUBT The Jewish Agency for Palestine, with the approval of the Government of Israel and in response to requests from organized Jewish communities in the United States, has had since 1949 a Committee on Control and Authorization of Campaigns. Its 1956 list of authorized agencies will be published shortly. Until that time, whenever you are in doubt, write to the JEWISH AGENCY, INC., 16 East 66th Street, New York 21, N. Y. in GREATER MIAMI The UNITED JEWISH APPEAL is supported by THE COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL



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Page 4 A +j € nistncr*fian Frid !L M 35 min ^^l Secretary of State Dulles to complain: "Are we go in ^""i blance of a little equity here, and pass the opportune ^'M questions, or are we just going to continue to ask v, rou ^J student questions?" nim high. The fact that Sen. Capcharfs query was. in Itself SB, student" question did not alter the line of lubsequent %  into one of the Administration's most damaging [ aU v nVr assumption of power in 1953. So far as the immediate i*"' was concerned, it became apparent by last weekend th *' Secretary Hoover had made the decision first to consrm ^ ment of tanks and then to cancel it. t0 "*! But what did not emerge clearly was the fact that H valiantly and—so far as public opinion is concernedSll r ""'V remove the burden of ineptitude from where it belonged the shoulders of President Eisenhower and Secretary Dull ^ done through an intermediary—a kind of (nocuous intartnLj only in Henry James novels—White House Dress t^*-Zl Hagerty. *croar.| According to Hoover, it was Hagerty who had been resoM* the brief ban. Now. if that is true, it is a Md commentaRtrntl ministration that neither wishes to be faced bj nor chooses to make decisions. Since when do I ril tlons men lead American diplomacy? As I see it. Hoover'si worse than the original sin. We arc In now used to a President who plaj .„|f V( Used to I State Secretary who is fairly regularly out of tow in this caae, was on a Bahamas vacation, with the President in a physical endurance contest somewhere in Georgia Fori policy decisions to be made under such circumstances is ( %  to playing Russian Roulette with the destiny of this nation. Frij secretary to substitute in the absence of either Presidenl Department leadership is to make a mockery of the trust tin in by the American people. ***** ISRAEL HASN'T A THING TO WORRY ABOUT—DULLES It would not be wholly true to indicate that nothing can* committee investigation. For three major misstatenaMiti ^ emerged as a result of last Friday's testimony. One related to security. The second directly concerned the troublesome tanol selves While the third was either a deliberate attempt to 1 public opinion so far as V S.-Soviet relations in the Near Last at] coined or an example of Secretary Dulles' lack of informatioai regard e In the matter of Israel's security, the record of the Senate | tags, speaks plainly for itself: "Sen. Sparkman (Dem -Ala): Mr. Secretary, are we to tut from your answer to Sen Smith (Rep.-N J.) that these reports} from time to time, that Israel fears extermination, may be unfl "Secretary Dulles: Well, certainly they may be unfou and I believe— "Sen. Sparkman: I do not mean the reports. I mean the: i-clary Dulles: Yas. I think that the fearare uri though I admit that if I were in their position, sitting uherei 1 would probably entertain much the same fears Now, Secretary Dulles' opinion that Israel's f. ,-. mas be B kej to bis foreign policy in the Neat i But -uchaaj tion would be, of necessity, too naive. More fundamenl men! wa a rationalisation for tineven more shocking posit "Sen. Smith: ...I am somewhat puttied to m in-tand 1 drifted along since 1951 until 1955 to go ahead with those da} of arm-, and. unfortunately, the shipment comes just at a Utfl we have devi loped or there has developed this ten-i IU-SS in Baal. Secretary Dulles: Because it was not ordered Senator,! recently There have been some fairly substantial orders from I Arabia over the past four or five years ... But thi|)..rticulari for the tanks did not come in until shortly before the u'ceaser granted, last September ... I would like. Senator, n I might. j point out the fact that tanks which go to the port ol Ihahran.' these tanks are going, which is on the east coast ol Saudi Arahisd not get physical!) to Israel. There is no problem here about Una I ever being usdd against Israel, because the desert maketherr. ble for those tanks • • • • DESERT NO BARRIER TO EGYPTIAN-SAUDI ARABIAN UNITY Reference was made by Sen. Fulbnght during the hearing-to Unguished political analyst Walter Lippman. He called Mr. LipT "an extremely able man." Fact is that Mr. Lippman this week disci the generally prevalent suspicion in Washington relating to tanks, part of a shipment of 36. which will be transferred imijc** after arrival from Saudi Arabia to Egypt, and declared the entirealj t" be "a ludicrous but damaging example of what can happen inJ and complicated government fchen it is not clearly led and an ministered from the top." Thus. Capitol Hill observer! see noi cant barrier in the desert, as does Mr. Dulles Indeed. the>_ Saudi Arabian military ambitien as a suitable disguise f r military ascendancv. The key here la that Egypt tried some months ago to P" 40 tanks from the United States and was refused: while tM^ order for 3f> tanks has since been consummated. Here, the J I military pattern beneath the surface of the Arab world t mer f .0 .| relation to the newest victor in the Middle East—the Soviet iw Egyptian and Saudi Arabian armed forces are praotioaK> ( the -ame command, and a significant point to bear in nuw> Cairo's military mission in Saudi Arabia is larger th *n eveni Now intelligence reports indicate that Moscow and ( '-" r0 n ;• secret arrangement whereby Nasser will ultimately je control over the entire Arab tier, with the Soviet I m,n *.'r, r $l %  pedal favors in Saudi Arabia. This is in agreement with constitution, which views Egypt as "an integral part <>f the A stretching from the Atlantic coast to the Gulf of Persia. ^ In the face of such reports, as well as the cold. ••• not 1 B ? r \ il |iesl Die alliance between Egypt and the Communists. Secretarj tills to B11 ; "Sen. Fulbnght: Unfortunately, they (the Russians) see ( making progress, and especially in the Middle East, do tnej Secretary Dulles: I do not think so. 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Mcff* 2, 1956 +Je*lstfk>rMm Poga Powell WiH Receive API Human Relations Award 5A =4 D. \# Beach, hand annual n Powell. Mayor of been awarded I^eonard L. Ions Award of of H'nai George J. Taliuliayor Powell as the STthV award for 1956, £*£***. headed by rSrman. gave recognition „J Powell• uM;.nd.n* d-Vship an>l contribution to Tjhuman relations" over l V ,„Powell has been lovements to ninatory practices, [ ^ State of Florida. former Mayor of Miami •n 194"!l '' %  | '-' n0( ( h fty ^e'e miking it unlawful to ^discriminator) signs in Mieach A similar act was passLcgisiaAbcss Foundation in inaugurating this award in the area of improved human relations in the State of vancing human relations and deFlorida." Talianoff stated. "We mocracy in our State a noteworthy being believe that through such emphasis on the vital importance of adcontribution made." in itself is ory board of ADL. Curl will he Henry Kdwanl speaker Schultz. the Florida State |in June. 1955, with Mayor na ; jona | ADL chairman. „ one ol its active sup, n p^^g up tho s j Kni f icance A ; -, i president of o{ the award Talianoff stated that Florida Municipalities League. Nationa| Democratic Legacy Powell vil irouslji taught Awar(| recipients of tho j^g^^ i Klux Klan and appeared NationaI ADL Award have in Kate legislative committees L^^} President Dwight D. Eiscnhower. former President Harry S. Truman. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, Charles K. Wilson, and the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations and Carnegie Corporation. "The Florida Regional ADL Board deeply appreciates the foresight of Mr. Abess and the Ungarbpport legislation to outlaw vlan. Subsequently, Florida antirrn-s burning and ask laws. award, named for Leonard banker and civic leader, Uso honorary chairman of ruia regional board, will Mayor Powell at a in the Algiers hotel on noon. Mar. 25. Former Abe Aronovitz, of the City •rr.i. la-t year's award recipir with Abess and Talwill make the presentation Miami Beach mayor. function is the annual meetthe Florida regional advisb U0NAHD ABfSS Zionist Youth Slate Purim Ball Sunday Afternoon Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission announces a second anneal Purim carnival Sunday at Beth Jacob Congregation. Chairman is Rita Tietle. Outstanding event will be crowning the Queen of all Young Judaea I groups. Entered as queen so far | are Dale Engleraan. Learsi Senior ; Judaea; Ila Gerber. Haverim Jujdaeans; Barbara Klein, Ner Tamid; jElayne Blunilo. Star of David: 'Janice Mamches. Levities; and Judy Lazarus. Members on the commission who planned the carnival are Mrs. Naomi Lesowoder, Jerome Gordon. Rose Gordon. Mrs. Lillian Manlet and Jerome Schulman, eity director of the Zionist Youth Commission. tabor Zionists Slate Meeting Labor Zionist Assembly of Greater Miami will meet Tuesday evening. Mar. 8, at Histadrut office. 600 Lincoln rd., according to an announcement this week by Dr. A J. Ishlon, president. %  at TIE IFI JSI SEE IT Continued from Page 4 A ^ m the la-t tew years, and the proof of it is that this very mo•loscow. ihey are having to revise their whole program... stoat they have failed, and they have got to devise new poli* • • • WORLDTRANSFORMNG TRIUMPH TO COMMUNISM' ecu,, be no greater distortion of fact, especially in light of this rser F ti"" w Mr l)ul,es of the failure of his Near East policy: ui.klL ,)ul V()U or did President Eisenhower raise this J the Russians at Geneva? ent di? i lle8: d d not and t0 thc hest of my knowled 8e,he U'P I Pointed out. at that time our information was t bloc: 1 ,1:,(l dr "' P ed the thought of getting arms from thc l>;>t Mr. Dulles intended for the Senate Foreign Relations ojmm i A ui ''cans generally, to belu-ve is that Israel suite an 3 ,''' ,|j "Wr. "It will take time for the Egyptians to asSe us these new weapons they are netting." he Qtaiiffhi n lgnorin ,he facl that State Department intelligence ratUvt ?' footed But more important. Mr. Dulles ha> chosen mislead uby employing the "high school student" soporUtarK., "" I :,npuvered he Russians when, in point of fact. 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Page 6 A far/** n*r*m*i i^^March^ Recent Pro-Am golf tournament at Westview country club included (left to right) Morris Lomaskin, Joseph Weintraub, Pro Sobel, Sam Snead and Harry Markowitz. Sponsor of the top social-sporting event here was the Combined Jewish Appeal. Combined Jewish Appeal Makes Top Appointments in 'Cleanup' P hase Abe Kurman, local civic worker Combined Jewish and ;i leader in Jewish affairs, Appeal "Flyini has been named chairman ol the Squadron" i"' the fifth consecuOrganization Aid For CJA Sougt Organizations were Wednesday n^ked to give concrete support to die c. .m In nod Jewish Appeal during CJA Month. Mar. 1 to 31. both in recruitment of volunteers and in aiding the plus-giving phase of the drive. Campaign chairman Sam Hciman thi* week sent a personal message to each Jewish club and organization, in the Greater Miami area urging that, during the month of March, they stress the urgency of this year's campaign. (innips were also urged to submit a list of all their meeting dates between Mar 1 and Apr. 15. indicating place and time of the scheduled meeting. The Combined Jewish Appeal Speakers' Bureau is prepared to ride a "package program." consiatlnj of a film and speaker which focuaea attention on the Israel CM %  la and the need for united effort tu achieve campaign success. Meanwhile. Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom. and Emanuel Tropp. assistant director of the IGreater Miami .Jewish Community (enter have been named to head the important Community Services Division of the Combined Jewish 1 Appeal, which includes all persons engaged in health, welfare, educaFRED SANDLER Local insurance Man in Confab I.id A. Sandier, leading Miami rej • sentative ol the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, participated in a three-day business connee with president Frederic W. Ecker and other officials of the COI ai J the Hollywood Beach 1 this week. Last year, Sandier, who lives at 1753 sw 23rd St., placed among thi top 12" in life insurance sales out of a total ol over 22.000 Metropolitan ticld representatives in the and Canada. He is connect l with the mmyne district offici iW 3rd ave. Asfor in One-Man Show mi artist M. B Astor currently is exhibit i ne-man show Mayfair Art 'l I Vstor Jnoted in civic ternal cirbere. fun Fiesta' Aim To Push Campaign Past $1,250,000 The biggest report meeting of the Combined Jewish Appeal camii has been transformed into a "Fun Fiesta" dinner meeting on Wednesday evening, Mar. 7. at the Algiers hotel "Our aim on Mar. 7 is to push the campaign total past the 1955 mark of $1,250,000," said John N. Serbin, chairman of the Business and Professions Division. His unit was responsible for boosting the total over the million dollar mark at a report meeting last week. There is an optimistic feeling among top-level campaign leaders that, if (he 1955 quota can be surpassed on Mar 7. this year's CJA goal of $1,725,000 will be scored by the end ol March. A new quota of S30.000 was announced Wednesday in the communities 'it Miami, Coral Gables, South Miami. Hialeah Miami Springs, Homestead, Ops Locka, North Dade, North Miami Beach !• municipalities on the Miaim side of the Bay. Biggest im n • %  ected in the Winter Residents Division, il Merchant and : ips, Surprise also i tl W om< -inn. following their record imashing fund raising event at Luncheon Unlimited on 1 %  '( b. 29. KUKMAH live year. "The -Flying Squadron" is %  m a 11 compact committee which i> assigned to cover the difficult and hard-toreach prospects. These include businessmen with unusual office hours, prospects who ask for special appointments or conferences. and others requiring the personal \ attention of top echelon campaign leadership. Kurman has been president of the Jewish Home for the Aged for several years, serves on Federation's board of governors and the executive committee and has earned the nickname "Little Dynamite" from scores of his fellow workers and friend>. COMPLETELY AIR CONDlTlOHtD tional and rcli gious the Dade count) a r*. An organizational 'i UB ,i the division has been S Friday noon ,„ lh ^N ces of Federation. Forest in Afoson'j MeJ Friends of the late AbrahT/ son met last week to J Abraham Mason Merr^fL in Israel through the Jewisi ] tional Fund. Mason, who JT *ome two weeks ago. ,* communal leader. ROOF LEAK! € A LI VICTOR f o\ Let us repair it or o new one. For estimate phone: ACME SUPPLY CO. 9-5274 FR3-M *# W -II



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w March yg8 *g!gl iic.n Agency, at the Miami ; toward the people of Caracas, Vet nezuela, and last year's tribute was Beaoh will P*d k* Paz Bolivia, with the More than 250 people assembled', last Sunday at Congregation Beth' El to enjoy Purim program in which children of Beth El Hebrew Academy and the Hebrew and Sunday schools participated. Surprise feature of the program' was the presentation of a garden of trees planted in Israel in honor of Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Kl. They also planted ten trees in honor of Harry Goldberg, educational chairman of the Hebrew and Sunday schools. DO YOU NEED A TUTOR? DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE STUDY PROBLEMS? We Are Specialist* in • All Grades • All Subjects • Remedial Reading Call DALE TUTORING SERVICE "All Graduate Teachers" Phone JE 80265 Lessons af Your Home or at Our Office MRS. ARRAUAM 31ASOX WISHES TO THANK HER MANY FRIENDS FOR THEIH KINDNESS AMD SYMPATHY SHOWN HI* DURING NEK KECENT BEKEAVEMENT n WAS INDEED A 6KEAT SOUKCE Of CONSOLATION THE VERY BEST SANITARIUM FACIllTiES Murroy B. Pinks Manaping I n4*W A HEALTH HtORI the concert will present "A German Requiem," by Johannes Brahms, sung by soloists Eileen Farrell, soprano. Walter Cassel. baritone, and the University of Miami chorus of 100 voices. During intermission, a special salute to Quito will be presented on Sunday night. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president and director of community affairs for the university, will be master of ceremonies. 1 %  HI 4 14 -SiJ M' > 0 I I A U I 11 OF In Htu nwny Labor Leader Max Gaft To Speak at Workmen's Circle Open forum of Workmen's Circle Branch 692 will hold its sixth -i'--ion in a series. "Topics of Our Times." Friday evening. Guest speaker will be wellVnnwn lah^r leader from New York Max Gaft. lie is president of Farhand an'! co-editor of the labor weekly, !>< %  Vecker." Theme of the session WftJ he : "The International Labor Movement—Past and Present." Lecture will take p'ace at the Workmen'! Circle Lyceum, 25 uington ave. MIAMI BEACH SURFSIDE ( 1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Hording Ave. Ph. JE 13812 Ph. UN 6 6171 CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Surfside HABERDASHERY 32nd Year on Miami Beach LIBERAL LOANS ON Diamonds & Watches Coah for D.omoiwk A Gold %  | OMfea licrtsrtf ft* SUtr •# Hind CONGRESS LOAN COMPANY 'IB '••fiiM Bl( 111 Nl } .r Hitter Unveiling The Family and Friends of the late Sam and Rose Ritter invite you to the Unveiling and the Dedication of the Ritter Mausoleum on Sunday, March 4th, af 7 p.m. af hit. Nebo Cemetery Mrs. Joseph L Goldberg Slgmund Weintraub YUEY EYERR EMOU? Ever get this "scrabbled" while driving? Well, Cheer upl Coin-Bonded A Police Registered MM ore Waiting to FORWARD YOUR CAR ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.A. While You Travel in Comfort in Your Favorite Transportation On Time Deliveries Office* in 12 States and 10 otktr Florida Cities NATIONAL DRIVE-AWAY, UfC. v "World"! Largeit Drive• Away 12485 N.E. 6th AVENUE CALL 84-6624 PHONE NOW FOR FREE BROCHURE —NO OBLIGATION Member: MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE feeling of A beautil'ir same :.v u.d u M an re h a whote the noil imI tie mo.t imcue. ma**. r.UbU. lu-rj. : %  d muftcuon ITU 11 lNDUK ,(i "ATY I "* y *"ral Menaaer P MONUMENTS IMC | 41 S -W. 8th St. Miami HI 4-2011 /^leJnancJ^oarrKr •^M C00 L "ROOF W ANY TYPE ROOF pressure-cleaned, coated sparkling snow-white with COOL ROOF the lasting,heat-reflectmcj insulative coating. COOL ROOF waterproofs • insulates locks gravel on. Tested • approved selected • by HOUSE BEAUTIFUL Ph. HI 8-9969 Per froe l i f l w f NO. DAOE M -4331 FT. LAUDERDALE...M 3-M44 W.PAUIIEACH...TE 2-1721 COOl BOOT *my ON • •mje WMtlf MIAMI BEACH CIVIC ORCHESTRA — sponsors —• PURIM MASQUERADE BALL AND VARIETY SHOW 3 Y.or Gwarante* I ANDALUSIA AVINUI CORAL OABUS, riOtlOA Stmyt COOL WIN A TRIP TO HAVANA — OTHER PRIZES — NAMI ACTS ART GILES ORCH. e 79Uanu dkadi dudiioAiam BSSKJTo.^ Sat. m*Kki sp. m. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT BOX OFFICE ; i



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t'JmisijffcrjfdKar. State Department 'Explains' its Bow to Egyptian Blacklist Continutd from Pag* 1 A but the price of shipping it are borne by American taxpayers. .. •Except for an additional 4.000 tons bwgM through normal commercial channels the 55.000 ton iK'iit ia 4.000.000 dollars Rift ot the I S puDlie under provisions of the Mutual Security Act the it pointed OUt. And since shipgoinf I" I 101 allowed to continue on to Israel ship owners e been asking—and getting $2 to S3 more per tnn for partial cargo than the going rate. The first wheat shipment—9.500 tons -left Norfolk ..n Feb. 18 aboa rd the S.S Dido owned ly the Break Ground for New Miami Bank; Opening Due June 1 Officials from live municipaliti. and from Dade county participated late last week in groundking ceremonies for the new S2.200.Q00 Miami National Bank •~t st. and Biscayne blvd. Louis E. Goldman, president oi the new hank, m welcoming the gue&ts, pointed out that "when the ptroll r ot currency approved the torn tion oi this bank, he did so in recognition oi an existing need for such an institution in this community." He predicted an era ol growth and prosperity in the area. DOUglas MacVicar, chairman of the Dade Counts Commission, turned the firs! spade full ol earth for iho half-million dollar structure. Also participating were Dade •'. i net Hugh Pet State Ri lives G I, Clifl Hern II and Jack Orr; mi i it) < ommissioners Geori e reiul and Otis Shiver; Mayor Arlis I. Nimmo, oi El Portal; Mayor chiu—en. <>i Miami Shores; or Dan Diefenbach, oi North Miami Beach. Board oi directorlor the new Miami National Bank include Harold Thurman, chairman, and .lack earner. Martin Von Zamft, Ge Coury, -lack Muravchkk, Lewis If. Adam-. Leonard Bur-ten and Jay M( rton. The hank, which 1expected to open about June 1, hathe lai init al capital ever authorized lor a Florida hank, Goldman said. Fifth Steamship Co. of New York, the Po-t stated It said itInformation was confirmed b> Hassan Abdul Hamid Hassan, Commercial Sece.ary o the Egyptian Embassy The real of the c..r,.. n be .hipped iron, Eastern port-by the l ol tin month. Mr. Hassan said. The Department oi Agriculture. ** !" M*r£: nounced that additional wheat km been made available to Egypt Egypt was authorized .CE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Ca. Capital, Svrplut I Reserves Exceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1881 St Watt* Ssfi**l SAVINGS *J% EARN ^ 'iOiEPH M UPTON, P, e d ,M • EVtNrNG HOURSFREE PARKING AT All OFFICES • Mo.n OMke open (y, Mondoyt One of the Nation'* Oldest and Large* Bronch,, „ F „ doy 8 PM r At Dad* Federal your Savings ara •" by on Agency of the rederal Govamnstn OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 17 MILLION D0U* I$



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^Morchj^ i Cross Drive Ur Way Here ? Red CW i56 campaign ,5th a specif appeal to volLTwbowUIgive a lew hours C" ir lime soliciting contnbuI. P Evans, Red Cross chapfl airman, and Mrs. William 1 chairman of the WWOen^ diL ooint "l hat ,)0,h men Lwnare invited to give a | h0U rs f their time. Men and 1 volunteer^ will be assign%  heir own neighborhood! [or lenience. Volunteers may soC hour> suitable to them, an added help and conveni-, thev are Riven cards with 1 ami addresses of prospecIcontriluitoror are assigned. lall areas with which they are pr. L of the nice things about ,„rk. Evans declared, k,i you .ire working with othK^spirited people like vouri :r ,i you'll find it a congenial almost everyone money to Red Cross enerous o many mil[wto need help. We believe enjoy your activity as %  I +Jewist>ik>rtdiar> JUDGE SAY PIARSOH Ige Pearson Will i Circuit Bench h ltJu; I earson quill-1 f ek as a candidate to | r h|r!: ircuit Judge, 1 [ wenth Judicial Circuit prida. Pearson was appointed oi the court of crimes on • 1953. by the late Gov. Dan I] J w a elect,..! to I full four-! Ilerm as judge of the court Imesin i95n without OppOSl l"nJan 9. 1956, .|„dne PearI Wted to the circuit • LeRoy Collins, as a f f the recent population cenFj* m Dade county. m South Dade 'county, he >u n Of Dr. and Mrs. I T r f 17 M-: 59th st. Dr! fMow retired, was for many I connected with the public "-Hem. Judge Pearson is r ,0 the former Georgia FM lives with his w.fe £ M f h( n Dade, at 640 NE iLlr'V'" ls ; ri "ate of t" u, -"> "i Florida and reDon Alfonso, noted orchestra leader and composer, is currently appearing in the Pnrisienne room of the Marseilles hotel. ceived his law degree from the University "f Miami. He practiced for some years with the law firm of Shutts. Bowen, Simmons. Prevatt and Julian, prior to his elevation to the bench. He has been active in many civic affairs. He is a former president of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Dade County Bar Association. Junior Section. He is now serving as a director of the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and the Young Men's Christian Association. Judge Pearson is chairman of the board of trustees of Grace Methodist Church and has been an active member of this church for 23 years. He is a director of the Greater Miami Council of Churches. An Army veteran of World War II. Pearson served overseas for two years and was awarded the Silver Star, participating in four battle campaigns in Europe. He entered the sen ice as a private and was discharged with the rank of captain. In 1953, Judge lVaiMin was chasm "outstanding young man" in Dads county and in 1964 the Florida State Junior Chamber of Commerce named him "as one of the five noal mi tat anil ing young men in the State of Florida He i< vice president of the University of Miami Alumni Association and secretary of the organizational committee of the InterAmerican Cultural and Trade Center, now called Interama. He is a member of American I.egion. Miami Kiwanis club and University club. Hudson Announces For Constable W. M. "Newt" Hudson announced Wednesday that he will seek reelection for his fourth consecutive term as constable, District 1. Dade county. The veteran Hudson is completing his 12th year as constable in the largest district in Dade county and the largest populated district in the State. Hudson u >s his of1 fiee reflects "ihe tremendous growth and development of Dade ( county, lor while m.v office handles more eases both civil and criminal than any other in the State, the number of cases handled in 1955 represents a 20 percent in\ crease over 1954." According to his supporters. ] Hudson, in the past years. "nas been especially conscious of the juvenile •>.•>,<•• present in the county and h worked III close harmony with the juvenile court." They sa] % %  %  eo sponsor of the leeislaiun lost created the small ei.. n's ui the State sod ihe present effective bad check law. "Me also was instrumental in paving the way for pa ing the bills that took the justices ol the peace and constables off the fee system in Dade county." Huc'yon is married, has three children and two grandchildren and resides with his family at 4000 NW 11th avc. He attended Riverside Military Academy and Mercer University Law School. He is a member of the board of stewards of the Floral Park Methodist Church and is active in the Lions club. Optimist club. Elks club, Masonic bodies, Woodmen of the World, sponsor of a local Boy Scout troup and the 17th Avenue Manor Improvement Association. Page 9 A %  i .> Fail to /Hove Their Policy Continued from Pago 1 A freedom as well as to their religious life. Finally, to do all within the limits of our capacity, to help those countries in the development of their resources, raising their standard of living. That is the policy to which we will to adhere in the Middle East." New Underwriters Group Formed A new agency joined the ranks of insurance underwriters recently with the formation of the Sun, Insurance Agency. 1944 SW 8th st,] Miami. Clifford S. Perlman, Miami Beach attorney, will serve as the agency's president. Samuel Jacobson. well known Miami insurance man [or more than a decide, his been appointed vice president and agent for the newly-formed agency, while the Offices of secretary and treasurer will IKheaded by Bernard B. Shinderman, president of the Shinderman Corporation of Florida. The agency is equipped to underwrite virtually every type of insurance. Purim Carnival Sunday Hnal preparations are unrler way for the annual junior Purim carnival to be held at Beach Branch of Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on Sunday afternoon, Mar. 4. listen to SCHACHTERS IMIM" JEWISH PROGRAMS Every Sunday 2 p.m. and Monday thru Friday 4:30 p.m. on RADIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DUl Tkis Program is the first and has fhe Largest Listening Audience Services for Flo Capland, Dead at 44 Services for Mrs. Florence (Flo) Capland, 44. of 3450 North Meridian ave., Miami Beach, who died Sunday in a hospital, were Tuevlay morning in Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel. Alton rd. Burial was in Woodlawn Park. Mrs, Capland had been a resi—^_ dent ol the Miami area for 30 years and was associated with Florence Designs, of which she was or^ani/eShe was volunteer chairmaa in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a member of the planning board of National Cottndl Of Jewish Women, of Hadassah. and was for three years supervisor in the Mt. Sinai Jubilee. Mrs Capland isurvived by her husband, William; a daughter. Jan; her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Besviniek, Miami Beach; thro Mis Bessie Chisling, M Beach, and Mrs. Sophia Kirk and Mrs. Charlotte Feuer. Miami: a brother. Dr Sidney Besviniek, Miami. MRS. CAPLAND MT. M. HUDSON S *M THE'TAILOR "" SPECIAL *' MEN'S SUITS *•** 'o lasaaai i 75 "• Nnaal Material T| ^ShA0£TOOtDU$,i Noted British Rabbi Is Miami Beach Visitor Rabbi Silman Sassonof, of England, is currently visiting Miami Beach. A member of the Sassoon fami'y. of Baghdad and India, which has been known lor its wide conimei eial and philanthropic activities in the British Empire for over a cap tury, he is a rabbinic authority and author of numerous works in English and Hebrew. Rabbi Sassonof is attending BOT ices at Beth Israel Congregation. Dinner for Dr. Millgram On Monday, Mar. 5. a dinner welcoming Dr. Abraham E. Milligram, executive director of the National Commission on Jewish Education of the United Synagogue of America, will be held at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. "Jewish Forum On The Air" Every Sunday-10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various Features Produced and Directed by SIMON StIDIN 503 S.W. 17th 4vc. Ph. 82-5480 ISAOORE BENJAMIN former owner and one ••!' I hi ol Weal I %  nol rlub, tl II. 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Page 10 A BAYED SCHWARTZ — *^M5***i^= Parables Get at the Root of the Truth for Most People Abraham Lincoln liked to toll stories. But they wore not Tories just told for the mere pleasure of telling. They were illustration-, parables, intended to elucidate the truth. Thus, when the question came up at the end of the Civil War of what was to be done about Jefferson Davis. President of the Confederacy, he told the story of the man who had sworn off drinking but would not be averse if someone "unbeknownst to himself" put some liquor in his glass. It was Lincoln's way of Baying that ho hoped Jefferson Davis would succeed in escaping the country. The men of the Talmud wore addicted to parables. The Talmud explains the use of a parable with a parable. "There is water in the bottom of a well." Myi the Talmud, "but how are you to reach it? You take a string and tie it to the bucket and so you may cot to the water." In the same way a parable helps you visualise the situation more graphically and so you may more successfully attain the truth. The Bible contains many parables. One of the most famous is the one which the prophet tells King David about the rich man who robbed the poor man of his one ewe lamb. Lincoln once said that he know that many of those whom he called hvpercritical looked down upon his habit of telling stories, hut the experience of a long life had taught him, he said, that the common people, hy and lai were better instructed by a bro.nl illustration, than by any other method. Lincoln, as far as style went. WtS Strongly influenced by the Bible Whether his use of the parable can be traced to tin-. I don't know, but certainly they are in the Jewish tradition. One oi his biographers tolls us that on the night ol his Bssin*tion. talking to his wife in the expec'ation of retiring from the Presidency, he spoke of going on a world tour and specifically mentioned that he would like to visit Jerusalem. I have just been reading the •Memoirs' of Mr. Truman— where he speaks ol advice he received from State Department officials. Almost to a man they were in favor of the Arabs Whj Simply for materialistic reasons —Arab numbers and Arab oil. No one semed to think for a moment of the glory that was Jerusalem—the glory that the Jews had fashioned. Mr. Lincoln wanted to visit Jerusalem, too, but it was not oil that interested him and it was not the hope ot getting the Mufti or any other such figure into an American alliance. He was looking for the Jerusalem of the prophets, not of the profits. 11 am of course not including Mr. Truman himself in this statement about the State Department during Ins administration.) Today, it seems to me. most of our loaders think more of profits than prophets. Maybe our thinking needs some kind of spur. Maybe a parable or two might help. Take the parable of the ewe lamb. Does it not apply as well to the Arab-Israel situation'.' The Arabs wore given a whole host of countries after the war—almost without fighting. In fact, in the last war their sympathies were mostly on the enemy side. Syria, Lebanon. Iraq, Jordan, Yemenall were given their independence on a gold platter and all the Jews got was a part of their ancestral Palestine—less than one percent of the land area of the Middle East—surely nothing more than one ewe lamb. And yet some of our leaders, if they could, would take it away. Mr. Eden has in fact expressed himself as desiring to cut off part of tWls little ewe lamb and "giving it to the Arabs although they don't seem to show too much ability to handle what they've got. sssi? 10 ?. March J ^iSSffQ UUllJi .if*•*/* r./j* |i/s */ %  / umiis snm.ui — New Group -American Friends of Israel -Raises Questions Curiosity pervades Jewish circles following the announcement by the "Montor group" that their organization—The American Friends of Israel is ready for nationwide action. I have been queried from all sides as to what is the nature of the action planned by this group. Is it financial? Is it based on mass membership? Mr. Montor is mum on this subject. However, other executive members of his group claim that they have no really concrete program of action yet. Almost every member of the newly-formed executive is said to have his own idea of the kind of work the organization should bo engaged in. In fact. some of the leaders of the group are still inviting suggestions on this matter. Many views have yet to be discussed before the policy of the organization is formulated and its program clarified. It can be Gathered, however, that for the present the organization will not seek mass membership and will probably concentrate on public relations activities. Meanwhile. Zionist groups in this country resent the fact that Peter Bergson— one time leader of the defunct Hebrew 1 mmittee for National Liberation—has made a new appearance on the American-Jo.vi-h scene as leader of another organization. Mr Bergson is an Israeli citizen and a former member of the Israel Parliament. The Israel Government has apparently been embarrassed by his forming of an organization in the United States. Furthermore, leading American Zionists feel that the functions which Mr. Bergson's new organization has undertaken to fulfill are ably carried out by existing American Zionist bodies. They claim that the establishment of a new body by Mr. Bergson will only create confusion and thus prove harmful to Israel's interests in this country. Mr. Bergson has indicated that he has applied for United States citizenship. If this is the case, he still has to wait a number of years before he is naturalized. Whether he has. in the meantime, given up his Israeli citizenship is not clear. • You may think that "an apple %  day keeps the doctor away' ian American proverb. But look up the Zohar, Jewish scholarly work written in the 13th century, and you'll find the same proverb there. It read' Sweet apples are a remedy for almost every ailment." HfNffr MONTOK the Chief NEVER PLEAD GUILTY: Tha Story of Jako Ehrlich. Bv j Noble and Bernard Averbuch. 306 pp. New YorkC. A Cudahy. $3.50. h,rr *By HILARY MINDLIN IF YOU'VE NEVER murdered someone in San Francisco I not know of Jake Ehrlich. In and around the Golden Gate ril ever, his name is legend to thousands of non-murderous resid the American underworld and its sister in shenanigans, tb world, as well as to scores of Joe Citizens in between. Among | he is called the "master." His record of defending fifty-six murderers without losing one to the death penalty i s p^ legend. So is his funeral black "Bar Mitzvah" suit, always sn, the last day of a big trial, his snowy, constantly changed Hna rash of "eighty million bumps" which breaks out over his skm ta climax of a tough case, and his collection of bizarre and beautiM j links—a proper set for every case. As California's most colorful and most successful criminal I Jake Ehrlich has represented jazzman Gene Krupa when drummed up a hot marijuana beat; Sally Rand when the prudery broke over San Francisco; movie queen Madge Bellamy"*] role of a woman scorned behind a loaded gun; Billie Holiday, J the narcotics blues; Howard Hughes' "The Outlaw," when &\ up by the censors. Less well known but just as deeply in trouble were Jean I. the pathetic prostitute who killed the thing she loved most; Cline, who did away with so many Mrs. Clines he got one body | and whose only communique to Ehrlich, his attorney, read,' please get me four packages of chewing gum, ten air mail. a subscription to the Christian Science Monitor?"; and Gertnidil ris, who wanted to be executed and did her best to help the j tion. • • • • • AUTHORS NOBLE AND AVERBUCH, both West-coast jou have chosen to present the case for Jake Ehrlich by detailing 1 fifteen of his best-known trials. One of the most interesting, j its own way, one of the most important, was the case of 11 who had been sent to see Hitler, had not been paid (or her; was suing her employer, Nazi Consul General in San rrancj Wiedemann. The case was called on June 9, 1941; America's] treaty with Germany was still on the books. Jako lost the exactly one week later, the allegations of Nazi espionage ro| Ehrlich had tarred Weidemann were picked up by the US.i ment. With the feathers dusted off. Undersecretary of State I Welles' ultimatum to the Hitler government read: "It has the knowledge of this government that agencies of the Geroa| in this country, including German consular establishments, engaged in activities wholly outside the scope of their duties ... I am directed ... by the President that all I consular offices ... be closed and officers returned." Ehrlich was jubilant. "That's all I was trying to tell chortled. (By the way, Nazi Fritz was reported riding high, 1 ugly" in 1952—in Cairo.) Another chapter of Ehrlichiana concerns hiphenomenal] knowledge. Once Jake and Georgie Jessel were disputing Jessel was sure a certain passage was not in the Bible and stated: "You will find it in the New Testament." "The Newl ment!" Jessel shrieked. "My God, what won't they think of "Never Plead Guilty" is good reading. Journalistic have conspired to tell the story of a man who is a criminal the old style—a showman, pulling the strings of pity or anger I client. He brings to the law one of its most needed accesf steel-trap mind. SAUL i Mlsox — Russia in Levant to Stay Whether Big Three Likes it or XI El A LASKY — Israelis Remain Very Calm These Days When you walk along Jerusalem's main thoroughfares, or sit in a crowded cafe or bus and listen to other people's conversations, you find that most of thorn talk about the Arabs. Often you can't understand their language, but the noun Arab is the same in all languages, and that word is on everybody's lips all the time, not frettingly, just plain puzzled. Not believing that Egypt and the other Arab states will launch into a suicidal "second round." they are discussing how else tension in the area can be reduced. They're not afraid of war, and there certainly is no scare of any kind. Not even Jerusalemites, who went hungry during the 1948 siege, are hoarding food, and people are planning their life for months ahead. If you want to go abroad this summer, you have to book now for cheaper bertha on ships, and many have done to Various hotels in holiday centers are already well booked for the Passover Festival. Reports that countless prospective tourists have cancelled their visits to Israel—and some also to Arab states—come as a shock to the people here. They can't quite understand it. It's only the papers that spread uneasiness, frontier incidents, after all, have been the order of the day for years now, as the Arabs want to keep tension high by almost daily incursions, shootings, mining and other forms of attack. In the frontier settlements they have long gotten used to ploughing with rifles slung over their shoulders. There wasn't a peep out of the Kremlin in 1950 when Britain, the United States and France i lrom London their Tripartite Declaration "guaranteeing'' the Israel Aral) borders and arms balance. MOSCOW wai too busy then elsewhere. Korea was ol immediate concern. Communist consolidation on the < hina mainland had hmh priority. Indo-China's cauldron was boiling. In Europe, the German problem look a UK oi attention, an Austrian treaty seemed tar away, Yugoslavia'! revolt against the Cominform was %  severe headache, and the Balkan situation was aggravated for Russia by the loss ,,| Greece Tin USSR couldn't bother about the Middle East. But that was 1950. Now ib years later, many of those problems have been liquidated or shelved. Now, Soviet interests m [the Middle East could be brought into focus. And they have been. Willy-nilly, Russia >> in the I Fast now. And all the Queen's h irs, '-r by the inept Sir Anthony Eden—and all U* pawns manipulated by John Foster I)ull J*!Jl Russia out of the Near East again. The orw as well face it. The Red Sea might never red lake or the Mediterranean I nupnj waterway—but the Suez Canal is no lo solely for the West, the Baghdad pact has empted by the Czechoslovakian-Kuyptian an— and if the partners to the "Tripartiter re T mit Moscow to membership, they ma> • 1950 London Declaration as meaninga. die Fast sections of the Declaration l^urolater in Washington when Eden m n | to take a bite out of Israel and lost n instead. MELTON i till UMAX — Arab League Boycott Makes Merchants Hot Under Colla The Arab League's anti Jewish bovcott of U S firms has made merchants so hot under the collar that shirts containing Egyptian cotton are being shunned An informal counter boycott is emerging aimed against textiles containing long staple £J£ tian cotton. Egypt's main source of U S dollars Some haberdashers and other storekeepers have S I*-**" or summer merchandise con taming Egyptian cotton. Such merchants s. y they Egypt has bluntly warned the State Department that any marked reduction in the "" rf tian cotton America permits to be iw A mean the end of American-Egyptian IM Egyptian diplomats, concerned about in ( cotton production, conveyed this warning Prochnow, U.S. Deputy Undersecretary o Economic Affairs. American cotton r ^T < reason why the United States should ma aions to a country like Egypt which bas with Soviet Russia against American in" Near East.



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1956 TTT. IN CHANC I -, %  t ftfc?% O.VORCS LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IHKKEK1 OIVEN thai i he • 11 %  i %  %  i11 %  I. ienlrlna l> %  I mainMl r VfTli K.\T i i i iNVKRTIHLE TOPS, Kronv H pad I. ii. IM III r k i +Jewis tiFk>rHlar) LEGAL NOTICE Page 11 A NOTICE UNDtR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW "KRBIIY niVKN (hi.l NOTK'B is LEGAL NOTICE rinr .. ,.i i in.i MI II-I ... i',. • %  vih .i tn mu to iiCSV d efault l1 ''•' ,k ,•''! km."' b) I h u.-.ks li ;i ,, n UEATHERMAW, •k. Clr. ill '••• %  "•I. Had" ''•'"'"> Bj 0 H fcCMrtJj Bra?UTKj.K i 'I. l k Inry ilnilff Hutl'lii"-'. -16 I '.i nT | C r UNDER FICTITIOUS I its. I £ .. %  .. .. Miami, .with IRWIN .VLITSICf In of at Inti the Clerk I i id* i 'iiiinly. %  HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE VEVH JUDICIAL C RCUIT.IN DADE COUNTY. FLORI No. 117524 iFO" l|N CHANCERY kOTICE BY PUBLICATION I I V NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37434 B i:-PATE OK MORRIS R08E.N Oi eaaed To .Ml < 'redltoi and All |. ion* Ha> Ini Clalmi M Demanda Aejulnai V.MI. and .!• ii at ) on, ai i hi II%  ifl.'.l a 1|.f thr .-Inimant nn.i i.. be %  worn to an.i presenter! .%  aforesaid, oi • a me will In* IIHII • .I Dnt.Penman %  ;-. \ |. lagg, HERMAN WKPM.w. AiliiiiiiiMtr.itm ..I the Estate of Mi % Kills R< >KK\. I). WKP.MAN WKP.MAN Attorney! for Batati :i J-9-11 aiOWUM D1XON U:l: *pt I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS KtyncE IITH^BTOIVEN Hi. ,i, ; ,,, that fft.. Miami, i M.I. i iendatn rerlati | 1 larl ni ii,,. Lounty, n JOSEPHINE v let ly, Florida I ''•mi i uf Dade BAVA8 NOTIFIED i I you l-.ill "f .1 the i • ,i.. .. taken nded %  a AXP oitl'EH Miami, I : LBA : HKRil W Clerll %  i nty. Flo I'.. H II M I i N, • |i|.l' II KAHSIN, %  %  i | hilt NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37290 In Re: ESTATE OK JACOB sn.YKItMAN. Deceased 'i i. AH Creditor! and \n l'i i lone Having ('Inline "i Demand' Asalnel Bald KB late: rou i h ..f you, a n<>tirti->i an.I i..|iiir.ii to present any rlalroa and deinanda which y either of you, nan have .mam-' the •state of lA.iii: SI l.VKUM A N de. I late ni to tlliI Im. I Oil i ii t v .1 :.lji 'nil i taunt). and fll< tin I heir < mty Court ;n I i i I. Count la. within %  i Ii mi.it'i i iriii ri>.iii th. date of the s.i ..i claiaoa in demand! to contain the lea j dres! of the claimant and I to ami |_ ,,i sam< i ll be ban • i H>i.i iiniuii..*at's IK. m uol B.rr nri hio hi,,, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 187134 JKKOMK HHllWAl.TKR unit ROYAL, M. WKHKH. piainttrra, .luilN \ I 18CHBR, un.l JOHN A. KI8CHER and PIBCHER, I. IN wife, his unknown api et ula. I'fendaut!. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: John A. Flwher 1'iiz 19th Bin t • llrn.lalo 27. N 1 Y ami John A f I* h i and nacher, his wife, iinku.iwn spousr, 7911 T'.nh Street %  llendale 17. N Y and if decaaaae], all uiikm.un hotra, devist'CS. Riant. I n-. Ifa ni i tor-. 11 nateea, ni otker one clalmlni by, through, un.iiM or acalnal (be abo> • n Defendants, ami nil in whomaoever having ... rlalmlaa an) Interest throtiRh the above Banted Defendants, %  nd Addi %  !>••! i 'nknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTII 1EP thai %  Mnit has b< en filed asslnal ) ou In the abot e at) Ii %  < 'ui t ft tillfolloH iii 111 iwit: 1 M of I.ITTI.I: II. \\ : \ "K Ml VMI. I'l.AN Ni' the Pin t therept. nls ..f l ii mty, ula. an.I j %  bi t. Iv I.'. PI ilntlffsAit..in. HJENRY M i'.\IN. 2 %  -''. W.-l I Mi .ml file • Mirh i cult %  'out I %  the 12th < i %  will be taken .. r r i i\ HERM VX, %  IT .1 i,la R) B < %  UYNN, Deputy Clerk I i" 17-14 — IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37175-A in Ri t>'l ITE • 'i' \l VPRICE A WKC.ER M A WKdKR. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cri III and All Pi ii.. Ins Clalmi 01 i •• You, and each of you ari notified and required to ; %  la nns anlil t In i ni j mi. of M M RICE \ v\ Etll l: M A \\ i:> ,I:I: < % %  I .'..mu y, | ii the 1 lonoraan.l III. in the i Courthouse In Psdi C mty, i' "iiliin .itlit calendar months froi • lute of Die tli 1 Said ii In hi 'in < tinclaimant and .• HI II I.. ..ml or nun.' Vx ill be bai i '%  I of llir I • Dati'il I-. hrusi %  %  > i %  \NY F. WEUER \s Ex. ni Will a ml T. I >>f M \ \\ I..,.i.!:. I %  IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ,,, .. No 34953-B RE EST1TE OK IKSSII: PREDERIKBBN, Dec. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ih< • b) .: i n thai I I '. %  ;."•! md petition foi Flnnl I)] t'.i of i he • -t.it. ,f ,i KSSI i. i I:I :i iERIK • i : and thai on the l-'th da) ol M %  .:. I :ll to Hi. Honor ibli l "R \ N K H I .. iwLi N'I : Co nt> JudRe, % %  < %  i %  an i for 11 mi I hai BI Ex. %  .S.-IK :.-1: \ %  %  Tin M %  X i: SILVER kl \\ l: SILVER Allot z7]7-24 — IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 187571 CARL OREEXE, Plaintiff T \\.-i: OREEXE, D NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Pi INSTANCE OREEXE l SI i.-.1 Mahono) Cll nia Ynl CCTNRTANCB OREE> E, ai raqulred t" serve %  ropi ..f your Anawer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs atto u.si:i"l ROSEXKRANTZ, No One •i lload ItulliUnR, Miami I' IRorida, and fil5. i: R i.e. vrimtMAN Clerk of the Circuit Cout t Rj R II RICE, lit Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) IOSEPII l>SBXKRANTZ, ESQ. Ill P.oa.l ItulldliiK Mia in I i"Ida i : 1-9-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 187251 EDITH B. SMITH IJORDON, Plaintiff, ;|-, .. %  i ; 'I ItlMlN 1 '• '• niaiil. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION "•13 \i (>R|K)X, ,nl '' V,,: HEREBY XOTIPIED .ii it a V UfcNhT & I I of th lit C "f the i • mi t. • D. Pro Confi I' will b. • DATED i: L.EATIIERMAN. ,, %  Court K II l:i • i. Clerk i JEN I XET 1,r ,-. i |i n Itoad, Miami B. %  h, Mi. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 371M In Re EST VTK < '!• .< vMI P I. \l I'KI.MAN I %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •TICK IS HEREHY OIVEN that n derail i.ui-lii. % %  under the in t • ,., ,,f II BEACH PI BLICITY KERV" •• %  Hi in h, Intend I with th. Clerll of the I I "Uf %  I a I. i '.,111,1 fTOBRI .-•' I .Uf 'In Road Mil 2 i;:i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HPStEBY fllVEN that the underate I. desiring to angagi in ['!' %  '.".': the fictltloii II. iin. .,• J\AIMKI PARTNERSHIP OK THK |,VNIi: 'VXD HEI.BXE LIFTER T j-TXDi Ulna Ave' • < '"int. Intend t.. rei %  aid n in .• with the Clerk ol cult court i>f n.,,1.. Coynty, I i. I and I!. I, i,, Lifter Ti 'i-t Fund for Danl. i an i H Trust Fund i Rheldon Woo bta t, I 'am. i and Helene Lifter Ti ..si l-'iind t..i A ndrew H. otl R ibln '. i tan lei and Helene Lifter TrOSI h'un.l (of ir.ii. Lifter 'i IStl M Lifter. VI,lie Put. In, Joseph L Llftsr, Trustees f..i the Ah. Trust Pllll.ls BENNETT M. UKTKIt Attnrne) f.,i Applicants I Lincoln itoad 14 — 1 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY DIVRN that thi undersigned, desiring '" engaa-e in inder the fi. in lu ina i DIAMOND I'Kl-r STORE, al 21*S N W Jth Ave., Int. ad i to n %  aid name with the Clerk %  •( the circuit Court of |i;u.. Count-. Florida (JEORGE DIAMOND -!,-'_'I — : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE [S HEREBY HIVES the undersigned, desiring to enim huslnesa an.I. r thi NEW VORK DKLIi v A REST \l RANT, a' II North aid Isl I %  %  : k of the Cm uU Coui t of I '...i>Count i Rl'RTN OREBN STANLEY I'. CAII'IN i ui ;. 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Kl'.ti.la. in, ; i %  %  • with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of • i la, HENRY DONNEH v MPEL I" INNER LEONARD 1 • I a !s U* fmL u #l B rr n F HERMAN FISCHER D. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'in AII ( .-.in ind All P. • %  Demands A| %  You. and each Of you are In clsidus and (tttinamfe* urUuh of you, n I of HERMAN FISCHER to the Bonoruble Count) JudR. f i isde 'ottnl I %  nd file thi %  : in i lade 'ounl \ i wlthli calendar month' Mom the date n fitsi publication hi l or demand! In rom %  a |o be to ami in will I,. See Bed Ion 732 th.11 ate Aid Dated Fehi uai ) 10. A i> 1951 BENJAMIN FISCHER A l-".x. i-iiloi ..f tli. I... %  ( Will an.I Teeit II, .ill of llei man I'i-i net i I CEOROB I TAI.I.W'i IFF Attorney tor 2/10-17-24 J/l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the undersigned, ileslvltig to ensjni business tinder the fictitloun nan MERIN TERRApB APARTMENTS. at in. -t re. t. Ba) 11.M bar i land. 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n j Wednesday. Feb. 23. meant Washington birthday celebration luncheon at Westview Country Club, with more than 350 socialites attending. Wife of president Sidney Meyer wore a spring print with gold motif. She entertained 13 guests, notably among the party being daughter Mr*. Charles Goldstein and her mother-in-law, %  Swl Goldstein. las* Richard Wolfson was busily engaged in "squiring" her UtaJtw, Mrs. Leo Reinhen, of Providence. R.I., while "L friends were Mrs. Roy Schechrer—daughter of Mrs. nd Mr*. Larry Rosenberg. jntrasting in black was Mrs. Leonard Abets, while Mrs. C Goldrins chose a print creation with shoes to match, and r part) werr Mrs. George Frenkel, Mrs. Daniel Schlepik, Mrs. j Ablin and Mrs. Leonard Wye. [Ciimpsed in the same group was Mrs. Clem Myerson, wearing a all-white woolen lace. Chosing a hand-knitted dress she ped and made herself was Mrs. Blanche Nathan in the party i Leon Jacobs. [prominent British socialites Isaac and Sally Graham are vacaBng here at the DiLido hotel. (hue heads the noted Graham woolen mills in Leeds, England, j the couple live. [silh/1 brother is noted Member of Parliament Barnett Janner, l is a renowned leader in Britain's Jewish community. ntertaining the Grahams here are cousins Anne and Max k, 1350 Michigan ave. Also cousins Middy and Robert Frank, Monad ter., and South Miami's Edith and Jules Freeman and |Btrt Marts. | Good news for friends on both sides of the Bay is the return from Victoria hospital of Jack Rappepert. (Mother Frieda, 1136 SW 5th St., welcomed him back following ilonged illness. Convalescing comfortably. Jack's besieged by land "get well" cards—but a happy siege, he feels. |Playing host to his return is only one of Frieda's duties these For brother and sister-in-law David and Helen Green wa Id, KUburgh. are vacationing at the Essex on Miami Beach. [Ako entertaining these days is Flerrie Leeb—who has apI in a number of dramatic productions here, including a stint movie star Luther Adler sometime ago. [Flerrie's Meridian ave. home is vacation headquarters for her ^nts. Los Angeles residents Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kats. Assisting i the pleasant chore of showing the West Coasters around are Tie's son and daughter-in-law. Best and Barbara Leeb, of Coral (les—and. of course, the Katx' great grandson, Jeffrey. >>>>>ccc [From the Corners of the Country: Here taking in Miami Beach |cn sunshine are these notables—Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Laiiar he Algiers Louie Rose at the Saxony. Mr. and Mrs. Harry anwald at the Thunderbird. Mitch is production supervisor Ts Goodson-Todman programs. Louie's retired circulation or of The Chicago Tribune and busy showing Mrs. Rose local .. The Greenwalds are visiting daughter Mrs. Paul Schoen, of North Miami, who has been living here for the past four and brother Al, Beach resident since 1938. Harry is oil's fabulous auto dealer. >cte [Speaking of "long distance" trips, on a three-week furlough plane from Anchorage. Alaska, were Staff Sgt. Jose M Weill his wife. I Mi with the t S. Air Force—Jose's a career man—the Wellls been station* I in Anchorage for more than two years. Life km couple say, is very much up-to-date. Since the whole town is practically all new, even their quarI are modernist,c. The Weills are active in Anchorage's B'nai fh programsy es there's B'nai B'rith way up in the frozen W. too... [Entertainini; the vacationing couple on their leave here were > Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyon, of the Blackstone Flower Westin: A son, David Lawrence, ,0rera lover, urned out I Born to Beatrice and Allen lii, 3t famhr "lw. Mass. [^•instructor at Harvard, and his parents are the Irving %  **. IOLI We 46th st.. Miami Beach. Maternal grandparents %  I. S. Shapoff, of 318 SW 28th rd.. Miami. c < < masse for Thursday evening's L (l (,v "' Puec 'ni'a La Boheme. Seen between acts, voicing sbHiu n 1,V over ,ne sin 8' n 8 f tenor Jan Peerce and Ke aiT WCre ,h( Rjtt r L vi "*<>". "f he Beach Opera The n 'A L lUirc(l in blue organza with fox stole. uevid Hochbergs— he's chairman of the committee— w the capacity audience. Mrs. H. chose a waltz-length "Wttsequins and ermine rap. L krMniS i ti th f almos Phcre'about them were former Beach M,, c h p,ro and wife Sylvie, entertaining his mother and black ohT" Sha iro a nd Rose, of Milwaukee. Sylvia's gown £v ."" with whi,e fox • • I a haiid (BeHy) Schwertt, just back from Gotham Town, 'npaint.,1 formal which she had bought on one of her uir i Mr$ L on E cnose b,ack whi,e Po "' **• Hirwh headed ul y han(lsome and impeccable Baron—was attired Other v U B0Wn wl "m|a m withi. """e(l "ere and there included Mrs. Milton and m„ h da ghter K V Weiss, her mother. Mrs. L. Alexan( net Wl ,h r ,'? aw Mr •* Wei M ; Mrs. I. Daniel Shorell in •nd Mr. I k ,aff et* overdrape; Mrs. Isadora Hecht and ""*• Joseph Ro. Their 62nd* '.***' '••"dMn. i u '' l l ln anniversary was celebrated Jast week by ^e Urn. Ur ir 1119 SW ^h st. J "deiphia ta law* marr,ed in P"" *nd c !" e to Miami from • Wired clothing manufacturer. Wife Fannie is 83! Back from'h '** re ^he WP | r r ,np t0 Gotham Town is Mrs. Murray Ratner, H 's David s"' ,he arrival of her first avandson. the form D!' B rr nd hU P*nU are the Martin Ban* K r ""da Ratner. tr—, il oman s "WorU ^^wiislb-JEIIioipidlilaun MIAMI. FLORIDA Friday, March 2, 1956 Section B NOTED STAGE STAR MARION GOLDY AND GROOM COUNCILMAN BERNARD FRANK. Stage Actress, Councilman Frank Wed tn Orthodox Rites In a 2 p.m. intimate family ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 22. at his parents' home, Councilman Bernard Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Frank, 4590 Adams ave., was married to Marion Goldy, daughter of Mrs. Ann Goldy. California. Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob Congregation, performed the double ring rites. Best man was Daniel Arnstein. of Miami Beach and New York. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, William Goldy. Mrs. Frank selected a beige imported silk sheath dress with a bustle of matching lace forming a panel down the back. She carried white orchids and roses on a Bible with blue ribbons. Her blue hat and nose veil complimented her costume. The bride attended schools in California. Star of stage and other entertainment media, the bride was Mount Sinai Hospital School of Practical Nursing and the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, both beneficiary aqencies of the Combined Jewish Appeal, join in an affiliate program, where the student practical nurse gets a required two weeks' experience in handling nursery school children. Mrs. Ethel Grossman (center) is supervisor of GMJCC nursery schools, while on her right is, Carole Goldberg, of Miami Beach, student at the nursing school. Youngsters at the Beach Branch are Barbara (left), daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Kann. and William, son of Mrs. Edith Wolk. among principles in the Broadway hit. "Pajama Game." Councilman Frank is a graduate of the University of Miami law school. He was a swimming and tennis star on campus. Active in civic affairs, he has been a Miami Beach councilman for the past seven years. The couple are spending their honeymoon in Nassau. Upon their return, they will make their home in Miami Beach. SERVE-A-CAMP Local Women View Need for Assistance To Overseas Forces "Boredom is one of the biggest problems in the armed services today." learned committee members of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties in talking with Mrs. Leonard II. Bernheim, chairman of the Women's Organization's Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Mrs. Bernheim, visiting in Miami Beach from New York, on Monday, Feb. 27, at the Algiers hotel, met with members of Conference's Serve-a-Camp and Veterans Administration voluntary service committees, to evaluate present programs and to suggest future activities. Also present at the meeting were Ephraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, and Frank Fierman, administrative field secretary of the Southern Section of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Mrs. Bernheim emphasized that of the three million men in the Continued on Page 4 B



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" Page 2 B vJmlstfkridteM Frid y. March 2.1 tzMbout \your special <7 With D Beryl Manischewitz. chairman of the board, and Bernard Manischewitz. president of the B. Manischewitz Company, supplying the explanations, three younasters look on intently as Rabbi Pinhas Gutman prepares to bake his "matzo schmurah" for Passover. The children were part of a group of religious day-school pupils, invited to visit the Manischewitz plant during the traditional ceremony. FINEST INGREDIENTS STILL NEED 'MASTER PlAjT Free Passover Recipe Booklet Wlii Help Glamorize Your Holiday Table It's an old story to most women it baa been the experience of many the basic difference between .1 homemaker that oven the tinc-t a fashion "creation" and an offingredients do not necessarily lhe-racks dress inot necessarily make the tinesl dishes, in j matter ol workman-hip or matethere i* I "master plan" to j!uioklet are 35 0 ( ready-to-serve P ass ov recipes, many with photographs, H„keach is producing thi." for traditional Passover dishes like Chremsel, Fluffy Knaidlach. and North Dade ORT Marks Observance There are other. and pure as Manischewitz can Similarly, in the matter of food make themthe answer to the —especially in the case of Passproblem of successfully preparing over foods which are served durj favorite Passover dishes is the new ing a limited period of the year— Manischewitz Passover Recipe Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC 14 N.E. 24th ST., MIAMI 37, fU. p^ n 3 .„ 66 I I then ret nnaxn j fo# 1 our Honor Say. No EAT. or No SUGAR or No SAIT? MO//AVO HOXEY and fWIT CAME which are made without these ingredients, yet ore delicious and tasty ASK EOR THEM IN YOUR HEALTH FOOD OR GROCERY STORE Mmde by Holland Honey Cake Co., Holland, Mich. Distributed by COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 11 11 !! c i 11 • • i i • i 11 • : • t i.l I I i • • I • I t I N.E. 30th STREET and be sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Ootro Protected TEL. FR 4-2621 Greater Miami Delivery The Shabbos Coffee LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products have Rabbinical Supervision N year 86 Rokeach pro available this year, ,n various, and portions, for large and families—each one prepared packaged under strict Rah supervision So vast and vane? the list of products, that homemaker can easily nn. Mar. 7 is being proclaimed as [complete menus with these national ORT Day throughout the'at hand—borscht, schav nation by Women's American ORT fish, njrafat, a variety of in commemoration of the organize-, chicken soups, preserves, j tions 75th anniversary. i spedial tomato sauce with Each chapter is contacting the'rooms and many other del mayor of its community, and in items, some communities a street will be | The free Rokeach recipe named "ORT Street" for the day. ( w ill show how to use these North Dade chapter of Women's ucts to best advantage. Drop-,* American ORT will celebrate the!to I. Rokeach & Sons, in day with a get-together of its memBox 711-J, Flushing. N.\ bers at the Harvey W. Seeds Post of the American Legion. A skit will be presented by several of the members, entitled "A Scene in a Doctor's Office," and a movie called "Mellah" will be shown. World Jewish Chili's Day This year, the seventh for World Jewish Child's Day, will be honor j ed by Greater Miami Pioneer \ Women with a Tag Day Mar. 7 and 8. Mrs. Henry Seitlin is child rescue chairman for the Council \ of Pioneer Women. Suzanne Is tfe suar flavorfort diets. .... r*ci| bctio A mo lots 4 ot. tee or iet> Cuaror'••J Non.Fa I DRUG STORES! P> noaTina "£ KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohon r %  TETLIY TIA IN A GLASS That's the fine old Jewish way to enjoy tea at its finest... Tetley Tea... richer in taste... served in a glass or cup.j 1837 Guoranteed Mother— Rabbi Jacob Code* oo d A ime! fo f*n& PICKLED, COOKED and SMOKED MEAT PRODUCTS fxausivi osririByroes or THE SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO., INC 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES: K3S HERMAN PEARl PATH**



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March 2,1956 Jewisti narScUan Page 3fc feminine fain vAi the ai.lMiSc-liu also has %  of chairman of the B pled the post steering committee of She also announced the appoint ment of Mrs. Anna W. Hirschman '^'Tr cxe cutlve J ommi as coordinating chairman for all ,7',h v u !T' lh S weck Greater Miami groups of Hadas-' £ J, ^ b UI l '" M s sah. Mrs. Hirschman will activate W men s act,v,l,cs ht ro f(,r 195 Israel Bond sales in every group of the Women's Zionist Organization of America. Mrs. Max Weitz, former co-chairAlso appointed by Mrs. Meyers was Mrs. Ida Bookspan, who will serve as coordinating chairman for all Pioneer Women's activities in man of Chen workers for the Israel i hehalf of the Bond organization. Bond unit, was Darned program; M rs B( >kspan has been an outchairman. Mrs. Weitz said three stanf| ing saleswoman for Israel major functions are being planBont s since the first issue was ned by the Women's Division, inf, ated almost five years ago, Mrs. eluding a gathering for 1956 SponMeyers noted, sors of Israel, those women who Mrs. Miriam Press, another outen's division. t know Mrs. Sclig's acceptance ible assistance | purchase a minimum of $1,000 in standing saleswoman and leader in be of invalua LJ„ our campaign period. [eh will get under way in Ap'Mrs. Meyers -aid. nm* r IMS. OSCAR SINOUL r.rreund Slated idassah Here [-Miami chapter of Hadasjnd the Zionist District* of & will join together in toaagJ)r. Miriam K. Freund, NaaTvrce pre>nient and Youth [iy$fc*karni..n nt Hadassah, the onpr&-Zioiii-t urbanization of Mlfet,flih Monday evening at the gicre hotel *ulhor, educator and scholar. Freund habeen in the forest of the Zionist movement for M years. gD Israel Dr. Freund has helped tmaugurate the newst developprt in the man) faceted program Vouth Aliyah and has visited Men loroeco. i asablanca, Rab>ud and Marakesh in order Win firsthand experience and "edge of the North African according to Mrs. Oscar landell. president of the Greater pmi chapter. I'he evening will be highlighted IWWca] selections s Ung by Mrs. er Wa npr accompanied by p-Ulga Bibor Stern at the piano. m fond Work Over, f omea *Ve Donor Lunch 1 irk on the Mlftaiddm. a accessI 001 ) 1 ''" 0! Fla JPter ol National chilare able Khtn ,: ""'"' donor "^ooce 4 .year" gala affair _jaf. chairman, and hercon> l o, r ,he Un ( rh r 0n m >*U at |Jfe Columbus on Tuesday, ^iWrector^N* I • Howard A. F.ngle. medical ill Unlted Cerebral !" *y f? will speak at an 'orum meeting of the Miami [ iT,L nit Monda y night. Mar. "* Miami Diape,. Service ""rium. Bonds this year. In addition, a Chen workers' Jewish women's activities here for many years, was named cash colmeeting and a community-wide lections chairman, gathering of Greater Miami wom-j Mrs. Hirschman, Mrs. Weitz. Mrs. en for Israel Bonds are being mapj Bookspan and Mrs. Press will serve 'as vice chairmen of the women's ped, Mrs. Weitz said. [division along with Miss Lillian Linda Darnell Stars In 'Tea, Sympathy' Celebrated film star Linda Darnell will make her debut on a Florida stage at the Coconut Grove Playhouse beginning Mar. 5 in Robert Anderson's Broadway hit "Tea and Sympathy." Coming from New York on Sunday to begin rehearsaLs on Monday were Broadway actors John Lehne, who will play the misunderstood boy, and Mark Allen, who will playMiss Darnell's husband. The Coconut Grove Playhouse will offer Miamians a four-play subscription series beginning Mar. 5. Persons wishing to attend the next four productions will be able to subscribe for the series at substantial box office savings. MM. mOHlt SWG Mrs. Michael A. Stavitzky, na-!" !" a !" J !" "" %  Goodman and Mrs. Rose Kasow. tional chairman of the women's I u; n Miss Goodman was named or


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Page 4 B hospital! and camps in far away plao The direct volunteer %  ervlc* (V WS) o\ Conference la tod ny Hn Sam Goodman, who with her committee of M rolunteers, wort ;il the Veterans' hospital in < oral Gables, with other groups n organifing parties and personal companionship and aawiee to the „ u |. At (hanuka. the VAVS ca\c ball point pens '<> ell bo* pitalized veteran, oil a non-sectarIan ii Mrs Aaron Parr, presiden! of Conference, explained that "' ^|day.March2, funds for the service programs i the needs of .^rvicww are supplied by the affiliated mem-, constituents of the mcZ 1 ber organizations of Conference on izations in the hope \3 a voluntary basis. Mrs. Farr urged to double our contnWi Tl that plans be made to interpret last year." Jl !" %  ""•fffcS"** Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pollack, 16551 NE 10th ave.. N irr.i Beach, are presenting this Scroll of Law to Congregation Monticello Park. Dedication will take place Sunday aiteinoon, Mar. 11. HERBIE'S OF lOCH SHELDRAKE, N.Y. riATUR.'^C O'JR FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL MENJ Chinese ItaPon American Soalood FULL COURSE DINNERS (from 5 to 9:30 p.m.) DEliCMTTlil UTE SNACKS LUSCIOUS DESSERTS PIZZAS UNTIL 2 A.M. Coloring to Parties, Bar Mitzvahs Wedding and Social Occasions Mashgiach on Premises Free Parking Air Conditioned PHONE UN 6 6043 For the Finest Din. i JlJCHElf KOSHER RES TAURAITT Open Daily 4:30 930 .. 940 71st St., Miami NORMAN0Y |$u Opposite the FMM.J Take L Bus-Direct to I Council of Jewish Women's Groups View Need io Assist Forces Overseas % 247 • 23rd St., One Block West of Roney Plaza GEORGE FASSA'S ISLAM Restaurant and Lounge 161st St. & Collins (Over Twin Brifa Opp. Neptune, Sunny Isles DINNERS From $2 Served from 5 to Midnite Also A LA CARTE — STEAKS — CHOPS SEAFC AND THE BEST ITALIAN SPECIALTIES Phone 81-69228 PH. JE 8-5191 i Free Parking < Continued from Page 1 B armed services one and a half million are overseas in 49 different countries. "Many bases are small and some; are so terribly isolated that the 50 or 60 men on them never see anybody but their fellow servicemen for months on end. These men can be served by American communities only by the mails — through Serve-a-Camp. To the lonely boys on their 'sites' the J 'Serve-a' gifts look like home." | Mrs. Bernheim called these radar i ramparts "our first line of defense,*' and urged the Miami group to accept commitments for additional shipments. CJWO is a local affiliate of the / Women's Organizations' Division f ol the national JWB. Mrs. Max Stadler is chairman of the Serve o-l'amp program which sends three shipments a year. WOD forwards to Miami "check lists" which have been tilled out by the chaplains In contact with remote and isolated camps or hospitals in all sections ol the world where American servicemen or veterans are tationed. These lists indicate the specific II comfort and receration Items led in a particular area. The Miami group accumulates and packages and sends these items to the specified local. Mrs. Stadler indicated that the Miami group expects to enlarge this field of service "to be able to 'adopt' more HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI Ph. S-7998 Under the Strictest Supervision of the Central Miami Koshruth Commission The Central Miami Kaahruth Commit. • ion wishes to state publicly that it endorses only the catering establishment known as GORDON and PONT and in no way is this to bo construed as an endorsement of any other plant operated by these men. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAH8 SHOW ROOM PARTIES BUSINESS MEETINGS Decorated Trays of Appetizing Foods Delivered to Your Door or Ready for You to Pick Up and Enjoy for Four or More. CATERING SERVICE — from Hors D'Oeuvres to %  Complete Buffet BE A GUEST AT TOUR OWN PAtTT .' 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„ March 2,_1956 _*ki**riKrirlB~r> itfvelt Temple founders Day' Fete \ M !" a t M **** | J V,VI r Advance ticket .sales i Page 5B gof y Dolls Elect fi/or President oundfr< Day" program and j i>mple 33, Pythian Sisters. arranrfomn:lor a Leap Members will turn in their nom' '" .nations for the "King for a Day" iMar 7 ; ; f l{oose _2 contett, and Mrs. Bcn^d Kaplan. chaimian. will announce final details, for the Ix>af> Year dance to be hrd MJrV. lu. Honored guest will be Mrs. P Dunwo T >• • 11 -. a newly or-' Howard Kirkpatrick. formerly of Lj tweenafic girls' groun. I Warsaw. Ind.. and now a South Lb being sponsored by the Miami resident. Mrs. Kirkpatrick E Branch ol the Greater Miwill give a brief talk on the found-> h Community (enter, rej n g of the first Temple in 1888 |v held their first election of rtr*. Rone Mr. pre i Auxiliary Will Meet jean John-:i. treasurer and A mprican Medica Ccnter ^ Den ^... ver will meet on Wednesday eveL grou p\ fii pnuoct will he ning Mar at he Vendomp hf) Ipresentati.n ol a dramatic te) Final p ans for a donor dinner l f or he children at the CarMar w ^ ^ §mmm I hospital. Advance ticket sales indicate triat this year's Latin Quarter dinner dance sponsored by the Miami Beach Apartment Association will again be a sellout. The gala annual aiiair will be held at the Latin Quarter Sunday. Mrs. Helen Sanden, is chairman of the event. Fashion Show Top Attraction at Meet Sisterhood of (oral Gables Jewish Center will hold its annual donor luncheon Wednesday afternoon. Mar. 7, in the Flew d< Lit room of the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Louis Schneiderman and Mrs. Warren Zundell will chair the event. A fashion show by Miss Florence Lustig, of the Fontainebleau, will be the main attraction. Pumpernik's 67th is the meeting and eatinq place for (left to right) Charley Rappaport, of the Delano Valet Shop, Nat Margo, of the Royal Palm Market, and Jack Korenblit, of the Whitehouse Shoe Chain, Inc., with some of Mr. Pumpernik's famed desserts the topic of conversation. dssociation Meets Lh division <>f the I'nited L s Association here met this | at the I Mr. F. Weiss, Ilndian Crei k dr. to discuss I Sets v o il the UN." Mrs. M. Bider nan idivision L an v • Laura ShepP'ca-."' %  discussion A--.-'..:.was Mrs. E. r.'H w's Council to Meet i the Miami HI of Council of \h Women will meet Monday re. Mar. 5. ;i %  iki-r will be stock Br ami investment counselor f/Sr Barton in a discussion of Main Streel Needs Wall Doy Celebration bnch and drd party, in colepn of OUT Day. mil be held Iiami Beach Atternoon chapWomen > American ORT on pe*day morning, Mar. 7, at the of Mrs. Manny Austin. 1675 pni rd. in charge of reserV are Mrs. B. Austin andi [Clifford Perlman. Miami realtors fete Clarence M. Turley, St. Louis, national president of the National Association of Real Estate Boards. Among the 400 truest realtors attending the recent luncheon here were Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan M. Maxwell, president of the Miami Board of Realtors, host board for the South Florida realtor occasion. that jells T lcurde/i$ J ROOM Elt|ont Dining in the Continental Manner super •y KNE BLACK lizo ji(Ntinental ••iimtwm JI M||| [ontainebleau 'Mth AND COLLINS AVENUE Mat-Wis OLD FASHIONED GEFILTE FISH • Made with atrt of the choicest whitefish • The clear golden broth gives you a quick, pure. Mtaral jell from the fish itself • Ready to serve-hot or co!J PARCVE KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Mother's HOTM Radish adds just tl* i .ht Unf raoM iMt SPOUESS KITCHENS or MOTHCR'S'FOOO PBOOUCIS. INC. NCWARK H.J. ARE YOU [AtllUNJITf •' "Millar Jtwiu, ,f*^'*pr,wriHto **?£?* RESN,K *"*>. MtW YORK TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT 7-COURSE DINNER NMRM a Akkaa. hHsM •f M. KMsi sWM tw —, -Ui. i iiiirl, i o waea. Tfc STRICTLY KOSHER with Sacramontal Wino MS. MR. HOTCKKISS M 1-4111 Fill PARKING HOTEL 00 Attendance Target Expected Target of more than 500,000 has been set for the seventh annual Greater Miami Industrial Exposition, according to Randolph B. Railey, exposition general chairman. In 1954 attendance just noted over the 400,000 mark, while in 1955 more than 430.000 saw the annual trade show. "Thi* year the exhibition will have half again as many exhibits t* last year," the chairman said. "With the population of Greater Miami continually expanding, we feel sure that more than half a million persons will attend." The cltjf •-ponsored exnosition will run Mar. 3 to 11 in Dinner Key Auditorium. To Serve You is Our Pleasure Ed. J. Vischi Real Estate in All its Branches 12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone 84-4661 ONE MOTHER TELL! 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*J&&>fbr#frL
IsdQy^^c^
3n tL 9&/m of Society \ $U Jordan, Freedman
Plan lor April 12
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jordan
w eehawken, NJ announce the en-
thoir daughter. Sally.
I Sherman Freedman, boo of Mr
Mrs. Maurice .1. Freedman. Bal-
ore, Md
Bride-elect graduated from v
tool and recr
i ee from the University
. Wise insin. She has been n
in Miami Beach for the i>a-t
ars, where she i employed
... a legal secretary.
Mr. Freedman attended -el
in Baltimore and served as a lieu-
tenant in the Maritime service. Me
U now associated with Southern
\. ine and Spirits in Miami.
The couple plan to K mai
Vpr. L2.
MISS NANCY HF.LliR
Brother Introduced
Meui Schwartz
To Her Fiance
hi other
David introduced her t<> )!
i
rs in col
\ h ouple plans an ei
S ptember w in Chicago.
Th lect iv the daughter
in Mr. and Mrs.Sidnej M Schwartz.
107 West Rivo Alto dr.. Miami
Beach. The prospective bride-
groom i- the son of Mrs Albert E.
Berger. Chicago, and the late Mr.
Berger.
Mi- Schwartz is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. She was
president of B'nai B'rith Girls..
Sholem 14. and. while at Universi-
ty of Miami, served as president
oi Phi Sigma Sigma.
Mr. Berger is an alumnus of
MISS MTRA ROSEN
. -31
MISS META SCHWARTZ
University of Miami where he was
vice president of Phi Epsilon Pi.
governor of the school of business
and member of L'Apache. He now
attends DePaul University law
school, Chicago.
Chicago Latin School for Boys. He
^eived.h,^^c-helr*s^c?re^_froni i l^i-ancos at Home In North Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Franco are The bride wore a full-length
making their home at 1060 NE gown and carried a white orchid
129th St., North Miami, following and carnations. Miss Franco's gown
their marriage Jan. 29 in Ritz was aqua, and she carried pink
Plaza hotel. j carnations.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky office' A dinner in the hotel followed
ated at Hi. B P.m. ceremony which the ceremony. The couple took a
united the former Florence Fisher I
and Mr. Franco. The bride WM
given in marriage by her father.
r. ier, 6436 SW 12th I
Par"'' ol (he 'om are
Mrs, A ICQ, 2810
Prairii
Ruth 1 i h Franco.
I ,ii" bride-
groo le.
Milwaukee Girl is
Dentist's Fiancee
Miamian Robert Jay Schwartz
chosen ;. Ililwaul i
I his bride
She i- Nancy Heller, dau
Mr. ami M l. mis Heller, Mil-
Mr ;.w r
i >< ph Schwartz,
in blvd. He i- a junior in
ntal school at the University of \fanya GrCChhoUSC,
land and a member ol Alpha
Omega dental fraternity and Tau
ilon Phi.
The bride-elect attended Uni-
versity ol Wisconsin State Teach
i i b' College.
honald Blechman
Engagement Told
Dr. and Mrs. Julius Greenhouse,
1741 Cleveland rd., Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
Aug. 18 is the date for the Mil : daughter. Manya Terry, to Donald
waukee wedding.
I Richard Blechman.
Miss Greenhouse was graduated
| from Miami Beach High School
and attended University of Florida.
There she was a member of Alpha
I'M Seniors Wed
In February 7 Kites
Two seniors at the University of EPsilon Fh> sorority, Panhellenic
Mjami. Carol B. Schwartzapfel and | Council. Florida Blue Key Speak
Bernard Wagner, were married'ers Bureau and co-chairman of
: Greek Week. Now she is a senior
at University of Miami.
Mr. Blechman is the son ot Mr.
and Mrs. William Blechman, 1845
gowns and lovely ladies were the feature of th.
all at Westview last week. Mrs. Louis Wolf**
Wolhon
Entertaining a group from Chicui
nor role as ho
Beautiful
Washington Bali
swirling frock ol azure blue. .
pastel chiffon was Mrs. Harry Chernan. Polly d Hirsch Mey..
! lung sleeved white gown, trimmed in sequins, for her rolTaVta
to party with Baron. .
Mr*. Leonard Wian chose a champagne lace lormal aown
Mr*. Bernard Wall showing a turquoise satin Mr*. Roy schK
(nation featured taffeta with bow at one side. .
The Milton Shapiros, 535 ltith St.. and the Max Shapiro*, 5oo
it, arc entertaining Dr. and Mr. Robert Shapiro, ol New Hart
Conn.
and'|
"..........------------------ ------ -------------- ---------/ .icw
With the Visitors are youngsters David Steven, ^
tar Barbara Ann, four. After two weeks in Mexico, Mr.
Sol Pohn, of Miami Beach and New York, are back in their apai
TRIBUTE TO MRS. LtDCR
VISITORS FROM NORTH
Rivo Alto Island's Mr. and Mrs. Sidney. Schwartz are cnte
Mr*. Ira Brown, of Highland Park, 111. ... Mr. and Mr*. Hertajf]
Hode* were recent host and hostess at their home to -..mc 17$.
at a barbecue supper The affair was in tribute to Mr*. Helen |
former board member of Miami Women's Unit of United
Ptlsy. .
Mr*. Anna Brenner Meyer*, of the Dade County Board of-i
Instruction, was among 1.500 school officials meeting in Atlantic!
\ I tor the recent annual convention of the National Schoof
Association. Mrs. Minnie Wainer, 2993 SW 2nd st., is hostea]
three weeks lo her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. c
Simonoff, of Brooklyn. NY. The Simonoffs :
tained by David'* nephew. Sam Wainer, of the Bonfire restaurant]
ANNIVERSARIES GALORE BOTH SIDES Of BAY
It was a mirror of numbers34 friends at the Lucerne hold
stituting a dinner party honoring the 34th wedding annivera
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Mitchell. Golden wedding celebration Sa'a
marked 50 years of marriage for Mr. and Mr*. Morris Blossom,'
Bay dr., at a dinner in the Eden Roc. The Blossoms moved!
from Cincinnati 18 years ago, after Morris retired from the buil
business. .
Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel was the site of a dia,
party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gould, 1030 NW 127th st., on the 1
sion of their 37th anniversary. Helping mark the joyful fe
were the couple's daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Cooper..
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rosenfield, 940 8th St., it was a golden
sary Feb. 22. They moved here from Chicago ten years ago.
Also marking 50 years of wedded happiness were the
Falleks, of 1168 Marseilles dr., Normandy Isle. The Fallek* had I
winter residents here for 45 years, coming from Chicago two
ago to live on the Beach permanently. .
Lula Jones
Ffawtri Per All OccasUnn
DEIIVERT
e Cut Plewen
e Petted Plants
e Corseecs
Funeral Designs
e Wedding*
e Parties
1*10 S.W. 8th STREET
Patm* FR 4-5790
*'!
To
h'Gl
August bros rYe
** IS the BEST*
i
CAMP
CHERRYLOfr
FOR BOYS
is pleased te aaaeeect
that reeisfrofiea ii
new optn
LIMIT FIFTY BOYS
FOR 1956 SEASON
in
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
Address inquiries t:
CLARENCE IAM3B
PIAZA BUILD HG, fcVAHl
or Phons NE 5-575*,.
A^
IPIODEI
Est. 1924
1 I W I S H CAMP or
Same Ownership Since 194*
Camp Osteola
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
On Milts River end Silver Lake, Horse Shoe, N.C.
Riding Private Lake All Land and Water Sports
Sabbath Services
Capable Seasoned Staff. Resident Physician and
Nurse. Jewish American Cuielns
ACrJTdlteil Member:
AMERICAN ('AMI'INO ASSOCIATION
Directors: Herbert and Belle Silver
753S UCCANEER AVE-. MIAMI EAfeM,_FLA.
were married
Feb. 7 in Miami Beach.
The bride is the. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Schwartzapfel. 1118
Alton rd., where the couple are
living, and Flushing, N.Y.
Mr. Wagner is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Wagner, 825 Jefferson
ave.
The newlyweds honeymooned in
au.
MRS. JACR FRANCO
Rosens Tell Myra's
Daytona rd. He was graduated from Trnf h I r i Si w .11 <<
high school in Mt. Veraon. NY.. 1".l JPOItei
his former home, and Syr.mi (
University where his fraternity
was Pi Lambda Phi. II> served
two years with-the Army in the
Far East.
%
i>-
iirawes
the home of
SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
re. U.S. pat. off.
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH
Myra Ann Rosen received her
engagement ring from Gerald J
Spolter on Valentine'l Day.
Her parents are Mr. and Mr-
Uuia Rosen, 1200 ne 152nd st
North Miami Beach, formerly of
Newark, NJ.
She was graduated from Miami
Beach High School and
University of Miami
School of Bumi
Mr. Spolter ,s the s0 of Mrs
Sophie Spolter. 608 Euclid av
Miami Beach, and the late Lewis
Spolter.
He received a degree in en-
gmeermg from University of Flori-
da and ls an engineer w,th the city
of M.arai Beach. He >m,,| ,M ,h,
armed forces in World War II

PH
attended
and Walsh
Strictly Kosher 8*1111*1 ncBM*
Social Functions
for ti
WEDDING
ANOUETS
WEDDING
ANNIVERSARIES
AR MITZVAHS
frew 25 te 1,000
AGEMOrtl
ON TNI OCEAN AT IINCOLN ROAD
Telephone Jl I-M11
33S S.W. 12th Ave.
110 ALIEN, Oerecfer ^.'"J'iSfhl
a Cera te (* IMerfr CfcreaK Ii



PAGE 1

Page 6B *J&&>fbr#fr£L IsdQy^^c^ 3n tL 9&/m of Society \ $Ua-t • ars, where she i employed ... a legal secretary. Mr. Freedman attended -el in Baltimore and served as a lieutenant in the Maritime service. Me U now associated with Southern \. ine and Spirits in Miami. The couple plan to K mai Vpr. L2. MISS NANCY HF.LliR Brother Introduced Meui Schwartz To Her Fiance hi other David introduced her t<> )!• i %  rs in col \ H ouple plans an ei S ptember w in Chicago. Th lect iv the daughter in Mr. and Mrs.Sidnej M Schwartz. 107 West Rivo Alto dr.. Miami Beach. The prospective bridegroom ithe son of Mrs Albert E. Berger. Chicago, and the late Mr. Berger. MiSchwartz is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. She was president of B'nai B'rith Girls.. Sholem 14. and. while at University of Miami, served as president oi Phi Sigma Sigma. Mr. Berger is an alumnus of MISS MTRA ROSEN -31 MISS META SCHWARTZ University of Miami where he was vice president of Phi Epsilon Pi. governor of the school of business and member of L'Apache. He now attends DePaul University law school, Chicago. Chicago Latin School for Boys. He ^ eived h, ^^ c he l r s ^ c ? re ^_ froni i l^i-ancos at Home In North Miami Mr. and Mrs. Jack Franco are The bride wore a full-length making their home at 1060 NE gown and carried a white orchid 129th St., North Miami, following and carnations. Miss Franco's gown their marriage Jan. 29 in Ritz was aqua, and she carried pink Plaza hotel. j carnations. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky office' A dinner in the hotel followed ated at Hi. B P.m. ceremony which the ceremony. The couple took a united the former Florence Fisher I and Mr. Franco. The bride WM given in marriage by her father. r. ier, 6436 SW 12th I Par"'' ol (he 'om are Mrs, A ICQ, 2810 Prairii Ruth 1 i h Franco. I ,ii" bridegroo le. Milwaukee Girl is Dentist's Fiancee Miamian Robert Jay Schwartz chosen ;. Ililwaul i I • %  his bride She iNancy Heller, dau Mr. ami M l. mis Heller, MilMr ;.w r i >< ph Schwartz, •in blvd. He ia junior in ntal school at the University of \f an y a GrCChhoUSC, land and a member ol Alpha Omega dental fraternity and Tau ilon Phi. The bride-elect attended University ol Wisconsin State Teach i i B' College. honald Blechman Engagement Told Dr. and Mrs. Julius Greenhouse, 1741 Cleveland rd., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their Aug. 18 is the date for the Mil : daughter. Manya Terry, to Donald waukee wedding. I Richard Blechman. Miss Greenhouse was graduated | from Miami Beach High School and attended University of Florida. There she was a member of Alpha I'M Seniors Wed In February 7 Kites Two seniors at the University of E P silon Fh > sorority, Panhellenic Mjami. Carol B. Schwartzapfel and | Council. Florida Blue Key Speak Bernard Wagner, were married' e rs Bureau and co-chairman of : Greek Week. Now she is a senior at University of Miami. Mr. Blechman is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. William Blechman, 1845 gowns and lovely ladies were the feature of th. all at Westview last week. Mrs. Louis Wolf** —• Wolhon Entertaining a group from Chicui nor role as ho Beautiful Washington Bali swirling frock ol azure blue. pastel chiffon was Mrs. Harry Chernan. Polly d Hirsch Mey.. lung sleeved white gown, trimmed in sequins, for her rolTaVta to %  party with Baron. Mr*. Leonard Wian chose a champagne lace lormal aown Mr*. Bernard Wall showing a turquoise satin Mr*. R oy s c h K (nation featured taffeta with bow at one side. The Milton Shapiros, 535 ltith St.. and the Max Shapiro*, 5oo it, arc entertaining Dr. and Mr. Robert Shapiro, ol New Hart Conn. and'| "• %  %  %  •-/ % %  .icw With the Visitors are youngsters David Steven, ^ %  tar Barbara Ann, four. After two weeks in Mexico, Mr. Sol Pohn, of Miami Beach and New York, are back in their apai TRIBUTE TO MRS. LtDCR VISITORS FROM NORTH Rivo Alto Island's Mr. and Mrs. Sidney. Schwartz are cnte Mr*. Ira Brown, of Highland Park, 111. ... Mr. and Mr*. Hertajf] Hode* were recent host and hostess at their home to -..mc 17$. at a barbecue supper The affair was in tribute to Mr*. Helen | former board member of Miami Women's Unit of United Ptlsy. Mr*. Anna Brenner Meyer*, of the Dade County Board of-i Instruction, was among 1.500 school officials meeting in Atlantic! \ I tor the recent annual convention of the National Schoof Association. Mrs. Minnie Wainer, 2993 SW 2nd st., is hostea] three weeks lo her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. c Simonoff, of Brooklyn. NY. The Simonoffs : tained by David'* nephew. Sam Wainer, of the Bonfire restaurant] ANNIVERSARIES GALORE BOTH SIDES Of BAY It was a mirror of numbers—34 friends at the Lucerne hold stituting a dinner party honoring the 34th wedding annivera Mr. and Mr*. Harry Mitchell. Golden wedding celebration Sa'a marked 50 years of marriage for Mr. and Mr*. Morris Blossom,' Bay dr., at a dinner in the Eden Roc. The Blossoms moved! from Cincinnati 18 years ago, after Morris retired from the buil business. Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel was the site of a dia, party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gould, 1030 NW 127th st., on the 1 sion of their 37th anniversary. Helping mark the joyful fe were the couple's daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Cooper.. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rosenfield, 940 8th St., it was a golden sary Feb. 22. They moved here from Chicago ten years ago. Also marking 50 years of wedded happiness were the Falleks, of 1168 Marseilles dr., Normandy Isle. The Fallek* had I winter residents here for 45 years, coming from Chicago two ago to live on the Beach permanently. Lula Jones Ffawtri Per All OccasUnn DEIIVERT e Cut Plewen e Petted Plants e Corseecs • Funeral Designs e Wedding* e Parties 1*10 S.W. 8th STREET Patm* FR 4-5790 *'! To h'Gl AUGUST BROS R YE **• IS the BEST* i CAMP CHERRYLOfr FOR BOYS is pleased te aaaeeect that reeisfrofiea ii new optn LIMIT FIFTY BOYS FOR 1 956 SEASON in BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS Address inquiries t: CLARENCE IAM3B PIAZA BUILD HG, fcVAHl or Phons NE 5-575*,. A^ IPIODEI Est. 1924 1 I W I S H CAMP or Same Ownership Since 194* Camp Osteola FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Milts River end Silver Lake, Horse Shoe, N.C. Riding %  Private Lake • All Land and Water Sports Sabbath Services Capable Seasoned Staff. Resident Physician and Nurse. Jewish American Cuielns ACrJTdlteil Member: AMERICAN ('AMI'INO ASSOCIATION Directors: Herbert and Belle Silver 753S UCCANEER AVE-. MIAMI %  EAfeM,_FLA. were married Feb. 7 in Miami Beach. The bride is the. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartzapfel. 1118 Alton rd., where the couple are living, and Flushing, N.Y. Mr. Wagner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wagner, 825 Jefferson ave. The newlyweds honeymooned in au. MRS. JACR FRANCO Rosens Tell Myra's Daytona rd. He was graduated from Trnf h I r i Si w .11 <• %  < high school in Mt. Veraon. NY.. 1 !" ". l JPOItei his former home, and Syr.mi ( University where his fraternity was Pi Lambda Phi. II> served two years with-the Army in the Far East. % i>iirawes the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re. U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH Myra Ann Rosen received her engagement ring from Gerald J Spolter on Valentine'l Day. Her parents are Mr. and MrUuia Rosen, 1200 NE 152nd st North Miami Beach, formerly of Newark, NJ. She was graduated from Miami Beach High School and University of Miami School of BUM i Mr. Spolter ,s the s 0 „ of Mrs Sophie Spolter. 608 Euclid av Miami Beach, and the late Lewis Spolter. He received a degree in engmeermg from University of Florida and ls an engineer w,th the city of M.arai Beach. He >m ,,| M ,h, armed forces in World War II £ PH attended and Walsh Strictly Kosher 8*1111*1 NCBM* Social Functions for ti WEDDING %  ANOUETS WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES %  AR MITZVAHS frew 25 te 1,000 AGEMOrtl ON TNI OCEAN AT IINCOLN ROAD Telephone Jl I-M11 33S S.W. 12th Ave. 110 ALIEN, Oerecfer ^.'"J'iSfhl a Cera te (*• IMerfr —' CfcreaK Ii


March
2.1956
*JenfsfifkrM*yn
*&

\rdmore
m. horton zighsky
MRS. DAVID SINGtR
Miss(iol Ballerina Gown for
Double Ring Kites
In an intimate family double ring
wedding :.t EUbbi Irving Lchrman's
Temple Emanu-El study TlMindnj
evening, Feb. 21, Mis.s Jloslyn Ruth
'.oldM.cin. daughter of Mrs. Kather-
ine Goldstein, Charlotte, N.C., and
the iate Sam Goldstein, became the
bride of David E. Singer, on ol
Mr. and Mis. Sam Singer, <.|
Gainesville and Miami.
Marvin Singer was best man. Ma-
tron of honor was Mi Alvin
Nagelberg. The bride was given in
marriage by her brother. Leonard
Goldstein, of Providence. R.I.
The bride selected a ballerina-
length gown of white imported
chantilly lace, featuring a very
bouffant skirt, fitted bodice and
cap sleeve. Her nose veil of French
illusion was attached to a cap of
matching tece. She carried white
orchids on her cousin's Bible.
The bride attended Queens Col
lege in Charlotte. The groom is a
graduate of the University of Flor-
ida. He is one of the owners of
Singer Clinical Laboratory. After
an extended honeymoon, the cou-
ple will make their home in Miami.
Page 7g
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A
MRS. SHUDON DAVIDSON
ndlelighi Rites For Annette Buan, Morton Zitfelskv
inday. Feb. 19. was the date carried a lace covered bridal Bible mother of the" groom, J. Eckstein
n by Mi>- Annette Dock Buan | centered with two white hybrid maternal grandfather of the groom,
orchids and showered with lilly- \ Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Charos. aunt
of-the-valley. |and uncIe of the groom. and Mr..
Maid of honor was Miss Marcia > and Mrs. Morris Broadbar, all of
Buan, sister of the bride, attired New York City; and Mr. and Mrs.
in a shimmering turquoise crystal- S. M. Dock, aunt and uncle of the '
lette ballerina. Matron of honor bride, Tampa,
was Mrs. Irving Spector, aunt of
! 4th
marriage to Morton H. Zig-
Thc brnlc is the daughter
t and Mrs. Harry Buan, 979
and the groom is the
of Mr. and Mr- AI Zigelsky,
SW 5th ter
e candlelight ceremony took
in the Rose room of the
In Manor, with Kabbi Yaakov
berg officiating, assisted by
William Lipson.
I Lapm was best man, and
Is Viiuk. Al Rubenstejn and
'Tlaxer ushered. William
, uncle of the bride, was head
fi"itl marriage by her par-
the bride chose a floor-length
of imported hand-clipped
ntijly.la^ over clipper satin,
bodice featuring an illusion
kline with Queen Anne lace
and point to hand sleeves.
Spanish style skirt was of
voluminous gathered tiers of
Poped lace. The double veil
ench illusion was held in
by a seed .pearl tiara. She
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
the bride, and bridesmaids were i ami High School, where she was
Sandra Zigelsky. sister of the
groom, Joyce Spector,. ,cousin of
the bride, and Marcia Martinez.
All attendants wore gowns iden-
tical to that of the honor attend-
ant, and all carried colonial bou-
quets of shell pink carnations,
showered with matching tulle.
Flower girl Pearl Zigelsky, sister
of the groom, wore pale blue floor-
length tulle with picture bat.
Mrs. William Dock, aunt of the
bride, took charge of the guest
book. A reception and dinner
dance at the Lincoln Manor follow-
ed the ceremony. Floral designs
were created by Blackstone Flower
Shops.
Among out-of-town guests were
Mrs. F. Zigelsky. paternal grand-
a member of the school orches-
tra. She attended the University
of Miami and is now on the exec-
utive staff of Burdine's. The groom
is also a graduate of Miami High
School, attended the University of
Miami and is now with the Flor-
ida Power & Light Company.
Upon completion of a honey-1
moon trip to Cuba, the newlyweds
will reside at 1355 SW 3rd "st.
JAMES H. PRICE I COMPANY
mv 1ST mmt srcutirfcs
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In a 5 p.m. double ring ceremony
at Rabbi Irving Lehfmans Temple
Emanu-El study on Sunday. Feb.
26. Miss Marilyn Toby Helman.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Helman. 7516 West Treasure dr.,
J became the bride of Irving Jack
Scherr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Scherr, Miami Beach, and formerly
of New York City.
Best man was Gerald Spolter.
Maid of honor was Myra Rosen.
The bride selected a ballerina
Ai 1 rii..
MRS. IRVING SCHUt
Miss Siege! Weds
Sheldon Davidson
In Double Ring Rites
Feb. 9 was the date chosen by
Judy Siegel for her marriage to
Sheldon Davidson. The bride is
the (blighter of Mr. and Mrs. David
A. Siegel, Hollywood Beach
the groom is the son of Mr. (ieorge
M. and the late Mrs. Dorothy Da-
on, 1491 NW 20th st.. Miami.
The double ring candlelight a
mom took place in the Pageant
room of I he Hollywood Beach ho-
tel at an altar decorated with
white gladiolas, white chrysanthe-
mums and pale pink roses. Rabbi
B. Leon llurwitz, of Zamora Jewish
Center, and Rabbi Samuel Lerer,
of Hollywood, officiated.
ven Davidson, brother of the
groom, was best man. and Richard
Siegel, brother of the bride, Ger-
ald Magar, Frank Wills, Samuel
Wasserson, Alan Howard and Jer-
ome Cohen ushered.
For her wedding the bride chose
a pink silk organza gown with
large back bow. Clouded white
silk organza was used in an apron
effect with all-over mother of pearl
seo,uin design. The square neck-
line was off-shoulder effect, and
pink organza mittens completed
the ensemble. Her only jewelry
v.,i- a strand of pearls, gift of the
Kroom. The three-quarter length
double-tiered French illusion veil
WSJ held in place by a pearl-edged
lace tiara. She carried a Bible
centered with two white hybrid
orchids and showered with lily-of-
of-thc-valley.
Miss l.aura Siegel, cousin of the
bride, was maid of honor, attired
in a bouffant pink lace ballerina,
the skirt caught in puffs with pink
silk n
A reception and candlelight wed-
ding dinner at the Hollywood
Beach hotel followed the cere,-
mony. Irving Rose and his strings
offered music for dinner and danc-
ing. Miss Phyllis Shecter took
charge of the guest book. Flower-
were designed by the Blackstone
Flower Shops.
Among out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Siegel, paternal
grandparents of the bride from
Boston. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Howard and sons, Puerto
I Rico; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Karger.
Samuel Hurwitz. Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Hurwitz and Mr. and Mrs. Al-
nylon with scooped neckline, fitted fred Sulkin. Newton, Mass.; Mr..
bodice and bouffant skirt trimmed ] Samuel Shecter and Mrs. A. Sachs.
Brookline, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs.
Baron Bank, Baltimore. Md.; and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Abrams, Bos-
ton.
The bride is a graduate of Brook-
line schools and attended the L'ni-
with white velvet. Her nose veil
was attached to a cloche of match-
ing nylon and flowers. A white
orchid corsage complimented her
costume.
The bride attended schools in
gown" of'white "imported" pleated I Brooklyn, NY.. Mr. Scherr is a
I graduate of New York University
< i school of commerce, with a BS de-
? ti||Ai, CIAjli,l,f Ctk 4 Pres'dent f Temple Kmanu-El
IC 10. < Young Adults and has taken,.I eh^l^ldWeiftl. Ml PM
active part In other young adult' fraternity.
groups here. The couple flew to: .
, Havana for their honeymoon. Upon UPn completion of a honey-
J1 their return, they will make their moon ,n M,ami Beach ,nc new>
< home at 701 Michigan ave., Miami weds will temporarily
J Beach. Hollywood Beach.

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versity of Miami. She majored in
art. and was chosen sweetheart of
the groom's fraternity there.
The groom is a graduate of the
University of Miami and was
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March 2.1956 *JenfsfifkrM*yn *&£ \rdmore m. HORTON ZIGHSKY MRS. DAVID SINGtR Miss(iolAnnette Dock Buan | centered with two white hybrid maternal grandfather of the groom, orchids and showered with lilly\ Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Charos. aunt of-the-valley. | and uncIe of the groo m. and Mr.. Maid of honor was Miss Marcia > and Mrs. Morris Broadbar, all of Buan, sister of the bride, attired New York City; and Mr. and Mrs. in a shimmering turquoise crystal, S. M. Dock, aunt and uncle of the lette ballerina. Matron of honor bride, Tampa, was Mrs. Irving Spector, aunt of 4th marriage to Morton H. ZigThc brnlc is the daughter t and Mrs. Harry Buan, 979 and the groom is the of Mr. and MrAI Zigelsky, SW 5th ter e candlelight ceremony took in the Rose room of the In Manor, with Kabbi Yaakov berg officiating, assisted by William Lipson. I Lapm was best man, and Is Viiuk. Al Rubenstejn and 'Tlaxer ushered. William uncle of the bride, was head fi"itl marriage by her parthe bride chose a floor-length of imported hand-clipped ntijly.la^ over clipper satin, bodice featuring an illusion kline with Queen Anne lace and point to hand sleeves. Spanish style skirt was of %  voluminous gathered tiers of Poped lace. The double veil ench illusion was held in by a seed .pearl tiara. She The bride is a graduate of Mithe bride, and bridesmaids were i ami High School, where she was Sandra Zigelsky. sister of the groom, Joyce Spector,. ,cousin of the bride, and Marcia Martinez. All attendants wore gowns identical to that of the honor attendant, and all carried colonial bouquets of shell pink carnations, showered with matching tulle. Flower girl Pearl Zigelsky, sister of the groom, wore pale blue floorlength tulle with picture bat. Mrs. William Dock, aunt of the bride, took charge of the guest book. A reception and dinner dance at the Lincoln Manor followed the ceremony. Floral designs were created by Blackstone Flower Shops. Among out-of-town guests were Mrs. F. Zigelsky. paternal granda member of the school orchestra. She attended the University of Miami and is now on the executive staff of Burdine's. The groom is also a graduate of Miami High School, attended the University of Miami and is now with the Florida Power & Light Company. Upon completion of a honey-1 moon trip to Cuba, the newlyweds will reside at 1355 SW 3rd "st. JAMES H. PRICE I COMPANY mv 1ST MMT srcutirfcs 60 WALL STMIT NEW YOtK |Cuirent information on Bank, Insurance and all Listed 1 Unlisted stocks and Mutual Funds. lew priced stock, a fund $3, of America's Fastest *o*M9 Airline which we have featured in our oaWfg during the post few months as a splendid growth mtun'rty, is now more than just ifying our predictions ''wommendafions. The airline is now in a tr emend%  epfln$ion program made necessary by greatly wsed route areas recently granted by Civil Aerou Board. Call or write tor complete up-f-the** Information. 0RAL GABLES office. 2322 Ponce de Lean Blvd. Telephones, Highland 8-9768 and 8-9745 Blanche Bowen and Louie E. Lanford. co-managers Helman, Scherr OH* to Havana In a 5 p.m. double ring ceremony at Rabbi Irving Lehfmans Temple Emanu-El study on Sunday. Feb. 26. Miss Marilyn Toby Helman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helman. 7516 West Treasure dr., J became the bride of Irving Jack Scherr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Scherr, Miami Beach, and formerly of New York City. Best man was Gerald Spolter. Maid of honor was Myra Rosen. The bride selected a ballerina Ai • 1 rii %  %  MRS. IRVING SCHUt Miss Siege! Weds Sheldon Davidson In Double Ring Rites Feb. 9 was the date chosen by Judy Siegel for her marriage to Sheldon Davidson. The bride is the (blighter of Mr. and Mrs. David A. Siegel, Hollywood Beach the groom is the son of Mr. (ieorge M. and the late Mrs. Dorothy Daon, 1491 NW 20th st.. Miami. The double ring candlelight a mom took place in the Pageant room of I he Hollywood Beach hotel at an altar decorated with white gladiolas, white chrysanthemums and pale pink roses. Rabbi B. Leon llurwitz, of Zamora Jewish Center, and Rabbi Samuel Lerer, of Hollywood, officiated. ven Davidson, brother of the groom, was best man. and Richard Siegel, brother of the bride, Gerald Magar, Frank Wills, Samuel Wasserson, Alan Howard and Jerome Cohen ushered. For her wedding the bride chose a pink silk organza gown with large back bow. Clouded white silk organza was used in an apron effect with all-over mother of pearl seo,uin design. The square neckline was off-shoulder effect, and pink organza mittens completed the ensemble. Her only jewelry v.,ia strand of pearls, gift of the Kroom. The three-quarter length double-tiered French illusion veil WSJ held in place by a pearl-edged lace tiara. She carried a Bible centered with two white hybrid orchids and showered with lily-ofof-thc-valley. Miss l.aura Siegel, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor, attired in a bouffant pink lace ballerina, the skirt caught in puffs with pink silk n A reception and candlelight wedding dinner at the Hollywood Beach hotel followed the cere,mony. Irving Rose and his strings offered music for dinner and dancing. Miss Phyllis Shecter took charge of the guest book. Flowerwere designed by the Blackstone Flower Shops. Among out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Israel Siegel, paternal grandparents of the bride from Boston. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. William Howard and sons, Puerto I Rico; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Karger. Samuel Hurwitz. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hurwitz and Mr. and Mrs. Alnylon with scooped neckline, fitted fred Sulkin. Newton, Mass.; Mr.. bodice and bouffant skirt trimmed ] Samuel Shecter and Mrs. A. Sachs. Brookline, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Baron Bank, Baltimore. Md.; and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Abrams, Boston. The bride is a graduate of Brookline schools and attended the L'niwith white velvet. 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Page 6B *J&W fk>ri<&av I$*£Y. Marci 3n tL IQeaL of Society \ 00*/** AiocU 7 Jordan, Freedman Plan for April 12 Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jordan, of Weehawken, N.J.. announce the en•ment of their daughter. Sally. I Sherman Freedman, BOO of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Freedman. Baltimore. Mil. Bride-elect graduated from Wee hawker. High School ami received \H degree from the University %  isconsin. she has been n in Miami Beach for the past years, where she is employed aa legal secretary. Mr. Freedman attended schools in Baltimore and served as a lieutenant in the .Maritime service. He inow associated with Southern Wine and Spirits in Miami The couple plan to be married Apr. 12. MiSS NANLY Hf.illR MISS SAM JORDAN Brother In I rot In tec I Mrl.i Schwartz To Her Fiance >ta R ise Schwartz' brother David introduced her to her fiance, Ri nald Berger Rons r< i: %  • %  nitj brothers in coll \..u the couple plans an earlj September wedding in Chicago. The bride-elect is the daughter in Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, 1U7 West Rivo Alto dr. Miami Beach. The prospective bride groom i-the son of Mrs. Albert E Berger, Chicago, and the late Mr. Berger. Mi" Schwartz is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. She was pre.-ident of B'nai B'rith Girls, Sholeni 14. and. while at University of Miami, served as president ot Phi Sigma Sigma. Mr. Berger is an alumnus of Chicago Latin School for Boys. He received his bachelor's degree from University of Miami where he *ai vice president of Phi Epsilon I'i. governor of the school of business and member of 17 Apache. He now attends DePaul University law s< hool, Chicago. MISS MYKA ROSIN MISS Mil A SCHWARTZ Francos at Home In North Miami Milwaukee Girl is •Dentist's Fiancee Miamian Robert Jay Schwartz lven In marriage by her father. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Franco are making their home at 1060 NE 129th st.. North Miami, following their marriage Jan. 29 in Ritz Plaza hotel. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky officiated at the 5 p.m. ceremony which united the former Florence Fisher and Mr. Franco, The bride was chosen a Milwaul • girl e Inlir.dr she is Nancy Heiier, dan h Mr. and \! I %  ukee i ier, 6436 s\v UJth I I'ai Mr. ; rid Mrs, .v. el co, 2810 Beach. Ru ii I i eph Franco. Mr •hv i Mr %  ,; ther of U and Mrs. Joseph S. I lh ''"" %  m blvd. He is a junior in %  ; %  ,! |S ; ,f Manva Greenhouse, i a member oi Alpha The bride wore a full-length gown and carried a white orchid and carnations. Miss Franco's gown was aqua, and she carried pink carnations. A dinner in the hotel followed the ceremony. The couple took a wedding trip to Sarasota. Donald B lech man Engagement Told Dr. and Mrs. Julius Greenhouse, 1741 Cleveland rd., Miami Beach. announce the engagement of their daughter, Manya Terry, to Donald Richard Blechman. Miss Greenhouse was graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended University of Florida. There she was a member of Alpha Two seniors at the University of E P silon Fhi sorority, Panhellenic Miami. Carol B. Schwartzapfel and | C ouncil Klorid a B| ue Key Speak-1 Bernard Wagner, were married I e rs Bureau and co-chairman of Omega dental fraternit) and Tau 1 psilon Phi. The bride-elect attended University nl Wisconsin State Teach ITS' College. Aug. 18 is the date for the Milwaukee wedding. I'M Seniors Wed In February 7 Rites Feb. 7 in Miami Beach. The bride is the. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartzapfel. 1118 Alton rd., where the couple are living, and Flushing, N.Y. Mr. Wagner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wagner, 825 Jefferson ave. The newlyweds honeymooned in au. Greek Week. Now she is a senior at University of Miami Mr. Blechman ithe son oT Mr and Mrs. William Blechman. 1845: MRS. JACK FRANCO Rosens Tel] Myra's Daytona rd. He was graduated from Troth In Klw.lli>r high school in Mt. Vernon. N.Y, [, ppOllCl his former home, and University where h was Pi Lambda Ph two years with-the Army Far East. Syracuse I Myra Ann Ros !" >' fraternity l" g f* em H rinK fr,,m era %  He served I S polter on Valentine'i Day. received her Id J. in the & urdines SutsA*** ?a>**is the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •reg. U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH Her parents are Mr. and Mrs Louis Rosen. 1200 NE 152nd North Miami Beach, formerly of Newark. N.J. She was graduated from Miami Beach High School and attend,.,! University of Miami and Walsh School of Busin Mr. Spolter is the son of Ml Sophie Spotter, 608 Euclid ava M,am, r Beach, and the ,„, £% He received a degree in en""•wring from Univtrttty of Fforida and is an engineer with the city of Miarru Beach He .erved n th, J armed forces in World War "l Beautiful g-.wns and lovely ladies were the feature of th* Washington Ball at Westview last week. Mr*. Louis WolfJ, .swirling frock ol aaure blue. Entertaining a group f rom rJ pastel chiffon was Mrs. Harry Chernan. Polly j, Hirfch Kw !" ^l a | on g sleeved white gown, trimmed in sequins, f or her role ash' to a party with Baron. !" Mrs. Leonard Wien chose a champagne lace lrmai g 0Wn j Mr*. Bernard Wall showing a turquoise satin Mrs. R oy $ ch creation featured taffeta with bow at one side. The Milton Shapiros, 535 16th st., and the Max Shapi rM 5nn ire entertaining Dr. and Mrs. Robert Shapiro, o| New Hirifc Conn With the visitors are youngsters David Steven, seven sister Barbara Ann, four. After two weeks in Mexico, Mr Jji Sol Pohn, of Miami Beach and New York, arc back in their apart. TRIBUTE TO MRS. IE0ER VISITORS FROM NORTH RJVO Alto Islands Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz are ei Mrs. Ira Brown, of Highland Park, 111. ... Mr. and Mr*. H^JJ] Hodes were recent host and hostess at their home i,, ,„me 17J, at a barbecue supper The affair was in tribute to Mr*. Helen | former board member of Miami Women's Unit ol I'nited Palsy. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, of the Dade County Board Instruction, was among 1,500 school officials meetin in \ l lor the recent annual convention of the National Schd Association. Mrs. Minnie Wainer, 2!M)3 SW 2nd st "j three weeju to her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C Simonoff, of Brooklyn. N.Y. The Simonoffs j n f tamed by David's nephew, Sam Wainer, of the Bonfire restaurant 1 ANNIVtRSAKttS SAlORf BOTH SIDES Of BAY It was a mirror of numbers—34 friends at the Lucerne hoteli stituting a dinner party honoring the 34th wedding ann | Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell. Golden wedding celebratiw marked 50 years of marriage for Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blossom,! Bay dr., at a dinner in the Eden Roc. The Blossoms move from Cincinnati 18 years ago, after Morris retired from the bu business. Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel was the site of a i party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gould, 1030 NW 127th st., on the sion of their 37th anniversary. Helping mark the joyful fe were the couple's daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Cooper..,) Mr. and Mrs, Marcus Rosenfield, 940 8th St., it was a colden sary Feb. 22. They moved here from Chicago ten years ago. Also marking 50 years of wedded happiness were the Falleks, of 1168 Marseilles dr., Normandy Isle. The Falleks hall winter residents here for 45 years, cbming from Chicago two I ago to live on the Beach permanently. CAMP # HEKKYIAH, FOR BOYS Lula Jones Ffewtrs for All Occasieni DELIVERY Cut Flewers • Petted Plants • Cartages • Funeral Designs • Weddings • Parties 1910 S.W. 8th STREET Mono FR 4-5790 AUGUST BROS R YE IS the BEST i it •leesee' fe • %  feet reqiifrofiea ii now one* LIMIT FIFTY BOYS _F0RJ 956JrtAS0N a in BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS j Address inquiries ts: CLARENCE LANGW PIAZA BUIIDIUG, M.AMI or Phona NE 5-SHfc.. -> PIOKIK Est. 1924 JEWISH CAMP Of THE S • U Same Ownership Since 194* Camp Osteola FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Mills River and Silver Lake, None Shoe, N.C. 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1956 \rdmor Mil. HlOtlOH ZIGILSKY MKS. DAVID SINGU Miss (ioklstein Picks Ballerina Gown for Double King Kites In an intimate family double ring wedding at Rabbi Irving Lchrman's Temple Kmanu-Kl study TtlMtUjr evening, Fob 21, Missfioslyn Ruth %  oldstem. daughter of Mrs. Katherme GoIdM< in, Charlotte, N.C.. and Hie late Sam Goldstein, became the bride of David E. Sin [er, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Singer, of Gainesville and Miami Marvin Singer was best man. Matron of honor was Mrs. Alvin Nagelberg. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, I-eonard Goldstein, of Providence. R.I. The bride selected a ballerina length gown of white imported chantilly lace, featuring a very bouffant skirt, fitted bodice and cap sleeve. Her nose veil of French illusion was attached to a cap of matching lace. She carried white orchids on her cousin's Bible. The bride attended Queens Col lege in Charlotte. The groom is a graduate of the University of Florida. He is one of the owners of Singer Clinical Laboratory. After an extended honeymoon, the cou pie will make their home in Miami Page 7B i 1 k J MKS. SHtLDON DAVIDSON ndlelighl Kites For Annette Kuan, Morton Zigelsky nday. Feb. 19. was the date carried a lace covered bridal Bible n b> Vi-Annette Dock Buan centered with two white hybrid trmarriaui'to Morton H. Zigorchids and showered with lillyThe bride is the daughter | of-the-valley. Maid of honor was Miss Marcia Buan, sister of the bride, attired and Mrs. Hairy Buan, 979 h >t. ami the groom is the [of Mr. and Mrs Al Zigelsky, SW 5th ter K candlelight ceremony took in the Rose room of the oln Manor, with Rabbi Yaakov tiberg officiating, assisted by (tor William Lipson. un Lapm was best man, and via Vinik, Al Rubenstejn and "Flaxer ushered. William It, uncle of the bride, was head r in marriage by her partoe bride chose a floor-length of imported hand-clipped ptijlylfi* over clipper satin, bodice featuring an illusion kline with Queen Anne lace and point to hand sleeves. Spanish style skirt was of voluminous gathered tiers of oped lace. The double veil tench illusion was held in by a seed pearl tiara. She mother of the groom. J. Eckstein. maternal grandfather of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Charos, aunt and uncle of the groom, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Broadbar, all of New York City; and Mr. and Mrs.' in a shimmering turquoise crystal-j S. M. Dock, aunt and uncle of the lette ballerina. Matron of honor bride, Tampa, was Mrs. Irving Spector, aunt of j The bride is a graduate of Mi the bride, and bridesmaids were i ami High School, where she was Sandra Zigelsky, sister of the > a member of the school orchestra. She attended the University of Miami and is now on the executive staff of Burdine's. The groom is also a graduate of Miami High School, attended the University of Miami apd is now with the Florida Power & Light Company. Upon completion of a honeym*oon trip to Cuba, the newlyweds will reside at 1355 SW 3rd st. IHV[ST MINT 60 WALL STRUT groom. Joyce Spector,. .cousin of the bride, and Marcia Martinez. All attendants wore gowns identical to that of the honor attendant, and all carried colonial bouquets of shell pink carnations, showered with matching tulle. Flower girl Pearl Zigelsky. sister of the groom, wore pale blue floorlength tulle with picture hat. Mrs. William Dock, aunt of the bride, took charge of the guest book. A reception and dinner dance at the Lincoln Manor followed the ceremony. Floral designs i„ a 5 pm double ring ceremony were created by Blackstone Flower at R^bi jrving Lehfmans Temple Shops. Emanu-El study on Sunday. Feb. Among out-of-town guests were 26 Miss Marilyn Toby Helman, Mrs. F. Zigelsky. paternal grand> J/ughter of Mr and Mrs. Herbert 1 Helman. 7516 West Treasure dr., became the bride of Irving Jack Scherr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Scherr, Miami Beach, and formerly of New York City. Best man was Gerald Spolter. Maid of honor was Myra Rosen. The bride selected a ballerina gown of white imported pleated Helman, Scherr OH* to Havana H. PRICE I COMPANY SICUKITIIS NEW YOtK current information on Bank. Insurance and all Listed d Unliited stocks and Mutual Funds. tew priced stock, around $3, of America's fastest '•wg Airline which we have featured in oar odver*9 bring the past few months as a splendid growth mtnHy, is now more than \ustiiying our predictions commendations. The airline is now in a tremend apMsion program made necessary fry greatly TjWfJ route areas recently granted fcy Civil Aero*s Board. Call or write for complete op~f-the'* informal ion. ORAL GABLES office. 2322 Ponce de Lean Blvd. Telephones. Highland 8-9768 and 8-9745 Blanche Bowen and Louie E. Laniard, co-managers Aiilim AftS. IKVING scute* nylon with scooped neckline, fitted Miss Siege! Weds Sheldon Davidson In Double Ring Rites Feb. 9 was the date chosen by Judy Sicgel for her marriage to Sheldon Davidson. The bride is lighter of Mr. and Mrs. David A. Siegel, Hollywood Beach, and the groom i> the son oi Mr. George M. and the late Mrs. Dorothy l>;, on, 1491 NW 20th st.. Miami. The double ring candlelight < mony took place in the Pageant room of the Hollywood Beach hotel at an altar decorated with white gladiolas, white chrysantbemums and pale pink roses. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, of Zamora Jewish Center, and Rabbi Samuel Lerer. of Hollywood, officiated. Steven Davidson, brother of the groom, was best man. and Richard Siegel. brother of the bride, Gerald Magar, Frank Wills, Samuel Wasaenon, Alan Howard and Jerome Cohen ushered. For her wedding the bride chose a pink silk organza gown with large back bow. Clouded white silk organza was used in an apron effect with all-over mother of pearl sequin design. The square neckline was off shoulder effect, and pink organza mittens completed the ensemble. Her only jewelry was a strand of pearls, gift of the groom. The three-quarter length double-tiered French illusion veil was held in place by a pearl edged lace tiara. She carried a Bible centered with two white hybrid orchids and showered with lily-ofof-the-valley. Miss I.aura Siegel, cousin of the bride. ITM maid of honor, attired in a bouffant pink lace ballerina, the skirt caught in puffs with pink silk ro A reception and candlelight wedding dinner at the Hollywood Beach hotel followed the cere,riiony. Irving Rose and his strings offered music for dinner and dancing. Miss Phyllis Shecter took charge of the guest book. Flowers were designed by the Blackstone Flower Shops. Among out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Israel Siegel, paternal ; grandparents of the bride from I Boston. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Wit 1 liam Howard and sons. Puerto Rico; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Karger. Samuel Hurwitz. Mr. and Mrs Murray Hurwitz and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sulkin. Newton, Mass.; Mrs. bodice and bouffant skirt trimmed Samuel Shecter and Mrs. A. Sachs. I Miller Electric Co. j with white velvet. Her nose veil was attached to a cloche of matching nylon and flowers. A white orchid corsage complimented her costume. The bride attended schools in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr. Scherr is a graduate of New York University Brookline, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Baron Bank. Baltimore. Mri ; and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Abrams, Boston. The bride is a graduate of Brookline schools and attended the University of Miami. She majored in art. and was chosen sweetheart of school of commerce, with a BS de{ t he grooms fraternity there, gree in accounting. He is former The groom js a graduate of the QUALITY CONTRACTING I 4 4 4 SERVICE 4 4 president of Temple Emanu-EI Uniwitt of Miami and was 4 Young Adults and has taken an ; cftosen presldent of Tau Delta phi ll option r\nrf 111 nfhor iniinn adult fraternity. 820 S.W. 4th St. Ph. 9-2477 active part in other young adult groups here. The couple flew to Havana for their honeymoon. Upon their return, they will make their home at 701 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. CALL T t rRA\


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Page 8B tJefilstncrktton Hirsch Will Chair Telethon (ST Albert Hirsch, local community worker, has been appointed chair man of the Miami downtown area for the collection of funds in the forthcoming Variety Children's hospital telethon over WGBS-TV, channel 23. The telethon is slated at Miami Beach auditorium Mar. 10 and 11. General chairman is George B. Storer, Jr.. with Paul Bruun acting as cocJ-airman and Victor Levine as secretary. Sponsor of (he tetoL etyClubof.MOH.rrMatTl Ini addUion ,„ hi s S^ of the downtown area &* also head up hc R e ne J^< committee. Working I "J Abe Gurevit/, r^orge JJ> Gardner, Woodrow Gk* ward Melniker and Bill Hirsch. who is preM.lwi'Z pie Israel Men's 1 f 0 ^ turned from N>u'o r rf he met with former P re .,Ll ry Truman. National and local leaders of the State of Israel Bond organization map plans for the 1956 campaign here. Left io right are Col. Jacob M. Arvey, Samuel N. Friedland. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Jacob Sher and Abraham Feinberg meeting at Col. Arvey's Miami Beach home. Sher is chairman and Mrs. Meyers women's division chairman of the Greater Miami Committee, while Feinberg is national president of the Israel Bond organization. Zionists Propose Membership Drive A. Arthur FVkelner. chairman of the South Florida coordinatinu board of the Zionist Organization of America, haannounced that ZOA districts in South Florida are planning a one-month membership drive. Pekelner said Wednesday that ni"st of the districts in Greater Miami "are far ahead ol last year's membership figures, and many have surpassed their quotas for the yeai A one-month drive during which each district will concentrate on a door t" do ir i ibcina planned, awell as special functions and activities Assistii r. .. Iner will he Ben Appel. member-hip chairman, Miami Beach-Israel Zionist District; MornSimon, membership chairman. Coral Gables Zionist District; Irving Saal, .Miami Zionist District; Mr and MrHarvej Sootin, Miami Young Married Zionist District. Rabbi Henry Okolid, North Dade Zionist District; Dr. Ben ZuckTbraun. North Shore Zioni-t District: Selma Schenkman, Masada Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District, and Irving Oxenhorn, Hollywood Zionist District paid tor on a 'pay ayou go' basis and I will support a tax program ior that purpose." Fascell received the honor of being the first treshman to be called upon to preside over the House of Repreenatives in the 84th Congress The success in obtaining congressional approval for the re-toration of a ti.'.i million dollar appropriation for the Central and South Florida flood control project, alter the appropriation had been deleted by committee. was directlj attributed to his efforts, according to Fascell's supporters. "Fascell gained further recognition in accomplishing an almost unheard ol feat, that of a first term member having his own ma-1 jor legislation favorably acted upon in both Houses of Congress. The Fascell Bill, now Public Law I 189. raised government employees travel expense allowance," they ex-, plained. "CHEVROLET, PHONE 9-6441 1055 W.FLAGLER M'ghtService 2300 N.W. 7th AVE. 1 PHONE 64-2626 con shop for o new ct ] LUBY | f OR LESS! See Loby| you siti | •yi Fascell Will Seek Reelection Here Florida's Fourth Congressional District Congressman. Dante B. Fascell. announced Wednesday that he would be a candidate for reelection to the position he now holds in the United Staes Congress In making known his intentions again to seek the national office, Fascell said, "my work in Congre-has indeed been inspiring. I deem it a privilege to represent the citizens of Dade and Monroe counties and trust that they will again see fit to afford me the opportunity to serve them." Reviewing the possibility of a tax cut, Fascell said "1 t appearat this time, that there is little likelihood of any sizeable tax relief becoming a reality this year. Excise taxes, at their present rate, will probably be extended again. New taxes are coming for roads. But perhaps some tax relief fo< individuals will be forthcoming before the end of the session. Discussing the merits of present Federal aid to education construction proposals. Fascell continued, "At this point neither the Administration nor the Kelley Bill appears to be the answer to the school problem for the Fourth Dis-' trict from a purely economic stand-, point. But I support the theory of : assisting our schools if this can be done with a minimum of Federal control. "The House Public Works, and i the Ways and Means Committees are now studying new highway construction and financing proposals. I will support the construction of the vital inter-state highway system. 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March 2, 1956 **n/**/Jnr/c*ta#7 Jjar f Beth David Congregation. Yaaknv Rosenberg will ofBW AMIMH.I.Jeffrey Frank, son of Mrs. Selma Luchow, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday. Mar. 3. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Jeffrey is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. I at iley i> a seventh grade stuShcnandoah Junior High il, where he i> a member of •ack trim. St .in ley has been ling Beth David religious fo r the past lour years and ember of the Cotillion group 'alis & Tefilin club. if-towa guests will include ndparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max rg. and Mrs. Fannie Kopel; id Mrs. Sam Marchant and id Mrs. Frank Sadow, all of fork. ption will be held Saturday Cooper's restaurant. The Tgs will be hosts at Kiddush ibath morning. i~ of Mrs. Alice and prnartf Stutzel. will beter Mitzvah Saturday n 9Mar. 3, at Beth Jacob ga'ion. He attends Cen"^ %  ch Juruor High School !^J5_sventh grade. B %  ? oi *"• "d Mrs. E*J Mar. 3, at Miami HeUtoah Con 8regation. The r tit aUends s *nndoah f* and the religious WiftS Hebrew Scho l n W,Suaon Aprii wiU slfis < liROS ; Richard Eisen Bar Mitzvah Due Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. i Abraham Eisen, will become Bar Mitvah at Sabbath morning services of Beth David Congregation. Richard is an eighth grade stu!dent at Shenandoah Junior High School and is a member of the | track team and Choral group. He has been enrolled at Beth David religious school for the past six months. Previously he attended Mt. Eden Center, Bronx, NY., for three years. The Eisens will be hosts at Kiddush on Sabbath morning. Rabbi i Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate. Michael David, son of Mr. and Mis. Al Lozoff, 5951 SW 11th st., will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Mar. 3, at Temple Zion. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Michael David is a seventh grade student at West Miami High and attends Temple Zion religious school. Melaveh Malkeh Saturday Evening Men's Mizrachi of Miami will hold a Melaveh Malkeh Saturday evening. Mar. 3. at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. This is the first annual Melaveh Malkeh of the organization, and Imo •• Steven Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R Shere, 5004 N. Bay rd., will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, Mar. 3, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. will also culminate a membership drive. Israel Levenson, president, ; said Wednesday. Membership committee indudfes Benjamin Lichter, Jacob S. Wer; blin. Harry Goldberg and Levenson. Guests will include Rabbis Simr>n April, Miami Hebrew School Bpiri tual leader; Shmaryahu Swir-kv, Beth El Congregation; and Arie Becker, Beth Raphael. STANllt ftltDBl OPENS SATURDAY 2 P.M. /rh Annual \. MIAMI \ INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION k\M*P'i 3 I' { FREE DINNER KEY AUWTORIUM^ 200 UHHITORS 10,000 PRODUCTS AS iattl-MtiMMl IXHlitMM prmHrty srttMtluf MM prefects of •i-sator MMHMI'I iw fct toi a, unlit, Net* w ss i tii to tfct U.S.A. MNJ t# ##r N#r^li##r NflTi#ns •* *#nfli Ammrkm mi tt CsristMa I l ARGtST AND FMrOT MSMAY Of MnCHAMMM ivn **• %  *? IfWMnd by tfe* CITY or mrtmi. r^omo* Tho MOI of approval of THf UNION Or ORTHODOX JIWISM C0NGICATlOHS 0> AMftiCA it on Nto front of tho labl. Select either label. They're both the same beans. %  %  strictly KOSHER! There it is ... the all-important seal of approval of THE UNION OP ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA ... your guarantee of a Kosher food! A delightful, quick-to-fix Kosher food! The most popular "meichel" of them all in every Jewish neighborhood! How about Heinz Kosher Beans today? HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS Strictly Kosher -" <



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Page 10 B *Jenisl>fhr*Mto?_ Jewish education fas subject of this charter signing last week in chambers of Circuit Judge John W. Prunty. Newly organized Council of Jewish Education of Greater Miami came into being as ceremonies were attended by (left to right) Saul Rabin, of Temple Emanu-El; Abraham Gittelson. of North Shore Jewish Center; Isidor Dickman, of Beth David; Louis Schwartzman, director. Bureau of Jewish Education; Judge Prunty; Sydney J. Greenberg, of Beth Sholom; Herbert Berger, director of Bureau Extension Activities; Louis Kissler and George Goldberg, North Dade. Greenberg is president; Schwartzman, first vice president; Berger, second vice president; Rabbi Alexander Gross (not present), third vice president; Rabin, secretary; and Cantor Jack Bornstein (not present), treasurer. Executive Meeting Draws 3 Teen Age Leaders of Miami Two Miami area teenage leaden of Aleph Zadik Aleph attended the organization's annual international executive committee meeting in Washington, D.C., recently, here recently. They are George Lcfcoe 2120 SW 21st it., a 17-year-old fresh-j man at Dartmouth College, and Ross Sandier 17. 4841 Biltmore dr.. I Coral Cables. I junior at Miami Senior High School. Lefcoe. a member of the HurriAZA ehapter. ipresident of District 5 AZA. which consists of the Southeastern coastal states from Washington, D.C., down. The district has a membership of some 1.300 boys Young Sandier, a member ol MilNew String Group In Gablfes Debut A newly formed string -imlonietta of the Coral Gables Jewish tenter, under the; direct ion of Robert Strassburg, made its debut on Sunday evening. Feb. 5. The 23-piece string ensemble, consisting of 14 violins, four violas. four cellos and one bass, is the first ol its kind in Dade county. First program included music by Bach. Handel. Mozart, Shubert and Tschaikowsky. Guest artists appearing were Marlene Bsharah. Lyric Soprano, and Cantor Irving Robinson, baritone. The group is sponsored by the Brotherhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center and rehearses on Sunday evenings. Strassburg is well known here through his activities as a composer and musical director of the Center His new comic opera, "Chain," is now having its world premiere by the Westchester Opera Company in New York. NBC Symphony of the Air and many other music groups. Dr. Doran D. Zinner, program chairman of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, were in charge of the local affair. lei AZA ehapter, iinternational AZA community service chairman. He directthe voluntary community service campaigns of AZA's more than 14.000 members throughout the I'nited States and Canada. Sheila Pearl. 18. 628 28th st.. attended the annual international executive committee meeting of B'nai B'rith Girls in Washington. D.C., at the same time. Sheila, a freshman at the University of Florida, is 1955-56 International B'nai B'rith Girls fund raising chairman. She is a member of the Aquawhite BBG chapter here. B'nai B'rith Girls, for girls of high school age, is one of the ma jor constituent agencies of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. BBYO, which has a registered I membership of more than 30,600, i is the largest Jewish youth organl iiation in the world. It maintains chapters throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Great I Britain, Israel. Australia and Belgium. GEORGE HOLLAHAN Koilahan in Bid for State Legislature George Hollahan. South Miami municipal judge, announced Wednesday that he has qualified as i candidate for State Legislature in Group 1 for Dade county with R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. Hollahan cites 'the lack of I modern and well-founded constitution as the standout reason for Dade county's unfair position in our State Government." He said that nearly all Dade county's problems would be solved by a realistic and fair-minded approach to Dade county's needs. Hollahan said he is pledged "to a program of cooperation with the representatives of other counties in Florida, but at the same time I will vigorously present Dade county's cause for fair treatment in Tallahassee." His platform also includes legislative audi( "' the state budget monies and modern criminal laws. Osceola Gets Camp Accreditation Here Camp Osceola Wednesday announced its accreditation by the Southeastern Section of the American Camping Association. This was the result of a visit last summer to Camp Osceola by Dr. A. P. Kephart, the association's representative consultant. "Standards committees of the various sections of the Camping Association have worked for more than ten years to formulate a set of minimum standards for American camps. These standards form a basis for camp membership in the American Camping Association." according to Osceola directors Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver, i 7536 Buccaneer ave. Silver is well known in educational circles in Miami, and he is presently serving, as principal of ithe Treasure Isle Elementary School. "Osceola is the only camp with directors in this area that has the association's accreditation," Silver explained. %  OUI'I OiC(!it Pitmium No I UniwMKn.d New Apartment Building Slated for Bol Harbo Ur & inviiruiiis new apartment house suites it be rising 14 just north of"thJiSJ* in Construction V?" A luxurious building soon will stories above the occanfront in Bal Harbour, it was learned this week. The building, to l>e known as Carlton Terrace, will comprise 77 units, including five deluxe pent A Pr1. with comply erl> in December *. 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1956 aaaj j ttrjban balleiina Alicia Alonso, of the .Ballet Russe de |Cm' \ will be among many fine artists appearing with #ker.owned organization under auspices of the Uni^Miami for three performances Friday evening, Mar. [Dado county auditorium, and Saturday matinee and Mar. 17, at Miami Beach auditorium. Prunty Wilt Seek To Retain His Seat Circuit Judge John W. Prunty this week announced that he will lw a candidate to retain his seat <>n the circuit court bench in the May Democratic primaries. Judge Prunty, who has bet n ;i practicing attorney m I).. %  !, %  county since 1933. was appointed to his post some weekago by Gov. LeRoy Collins. He itkrted to aerva on the Supreme Court <>i Florida ;,associate justice for one week starting Fob 27. Prunty supporters this week declared that their candidate "h.i outstanding record in law and in public service." He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Florida in 1933. and has i)ii ii p, -ince, except f :..!... years in He 1 %  ; I i municipal assistant it (ounty solicll I : past vice president and r <-f the Dadc • ounty Bar Association. The 46 year-old circuit judge (.line to Miami in 1917. He graduated from Allapattah Elementary School and Miami High School, and received his AB degree, as well as his law degree, from the UniversiPoge 11 B ty of Florida. At Gainesville, he also took four years of R.O.T.C. I training, which led to a second lieuI tenant's commission in the Army. I He entered the service in March. 1 1942, and was honorably dis! charged in December. 1946. as a lieutenant colonel. His service included 10 months duty in Korea. Judge Prunty is a former president and honorary life month the Miami Junior Chamber ot Commerce. He is also a member of the Masons. Mahi Shrine. American >n, Veterans of Foreign V Kiwanis. Military Order of World WarSj Florida Bar Association. I American Bar Association and American Law Institute. He is a member and former vestryman of the Episcopal Church and lives with his wife and family at 402 NE 95th st. JUDGE PRUNTY DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SOHS up. Bcement was made by Breslow. president of iruzation will begin its Will Chair Local Nephrosis Foundation Drive Fisher. Miami Businessman the corners of the main busi esday was appointed ness thoroughfares in Miami, Mitampaign chairman of the I ami Beach, Coral Gables and South Miami chapter for the | Miami. Volunteer* will be headed Nephrosis Foundation, by Mrs. Sam SeiUin and Robert Yolken. The National Nephrosis Foundation, which has affiliates throughout the United States, was, organ inual appeal with the holdlzed by parents of children with Tig Day on Saturday, Mar. childhood nephrosis. Many of fer 200 volunteers will [these children have since died. Specializing in Early American' Furniture — Carpeting — Interiors A NEW EDITION OF THE FAMOUS 24-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR! ITS FREE FOR OUR READERS! All dates up to Rosh Hosh-i anah in 1958J HOUSE OF FINE FURNITURE 3540 Coral Way Open Every Monday Nite HM 9 rrench Proviicial and TraditKMai* LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • BALTIMORE ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE and all other points Weekly Service fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 ^ ( ^-V^-(^^-\^~-s^~v-~\^>-V^-V^-v^--^-V^^^-~V' MAINTENANCE, Incorporated SASH and SCRUM SERVICE ALLEN L. PARRtSH, Manager 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida Phone FR 3 5491 JET^ Phone 84-0431 For Details [ TO SHUTTERS Vi Price EE ESTIMATE [SOUTHERN MANSION '-*' >u' &f n MUTM Btorraw ru u ?0KEACH Good for Every Passover Meal ROKEACH BORSCHT Rich, winey. flavorful mada from the choicest beets serve it for Passover breakfast, lunch or dinner ... hot or cold! "tuns rtOOUCTS *0$HER FOR PASSOVER • far mil P*Mvar Recipe Booklet and 8 Day Man. fa P.O. Bel 71W. FIvshtM, N. V. I %  "•. New York, N Y., Farmmfdale. N ]'. Toronto. Canada AH Hebrew and English datea from 1934 to 1958. All Jewish holidaya up to 1967. %  A new edition naa rome off the preaa el lh2l-V-r Hebrew-Entliah Calendar that l> Hwn >o valuable lo hundred* of lhouamla of Jewiah familiaa. Thia new e.'..non. live all tha other*, ia free I.. ir reader*.For your copy. Juat, write a latter or ajoat-card to:— JJ. J. HEINZ CO.. Dapt. Jl fiHab.ro> 10. !*, J For Your Real Estate, Insurance and Mortgage Requirements:


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+ JewishncrfdUar treasurer, Gene Shafton, Jackson ville. Rabl i Mayer Abramowitz, director "i I'H' Southeast region "I United s* nago ue Youth, said that "the spirit "! ihf convention, ;i\^<:I a-, the H i uraging r"i> ol I SY's ai i \.inm ail the i onservative regations, will act aa stimulus to the teenagers to rededicate themselves to the synagogue and will insure a true return to God mi the part <>f youth." Thirty-one teenagers represented the Greater Miami area at the annual convention of Southeast region of United Synagogue Youth in Birmingham, Ala. Shown are Irwin Segal. Frank Bauer. Joy S. Davidow. Esther Brenner, Billy Rosenberg, Herbert Rubinstein, Marvin Goldman, Ruth Weinstein, Sandy Schreidell, Carol Miller, Mike Schneider, Shira Serott, Ronald Kronowitz, David Harris, Adele Dayan, USY Convention Dedicates Theme To Return to Spiritual Principals Annual convention ol tin S mth i region ol the United Synac youth took place Feb 17 through 1<) in Birmingham, Ala %  h Temole Beth El acting ahost %  ion. Mure than i!"' 1 teenagers, n %  • nting :-'i I •;:-oi\;it:\. les i:: the Southeast ret vention dedi, i, i to thi thi me, "Youth Turns HI Returning from 'incon• • ion I..-! week were 31 '• en. i rs from Greater Miami reprethe I onservative ..uehen The convention issued a call to ; !1 Jewish teenager"to return to ynago ue and make it the o nter ol Hi" community." in the I rrt "Youth Turns to God."' the USY'ers convention featured discussions ol "Jewish Kthics in Everyday Life," "The Meaning of Praver in Modern Society," "Strengthening the Spiritual Bridge Between Israel anil America" and "Who Are Today's Prophets." Highlighting the convention was Sabbath program, which brought forth a resolution "to revitalize the Sahbath hy maintaining j; sacredness which is to serve as an inspiration for a true return to God," The convention elected the following regional officers who will direct USY activities for the coming year: President. Mike Schneider, Miami Beach; first vice president, Gorman Krone. Tampa; second vice president, Morton Stern, Columbus. Ga.: recording secretary. Eunny Sherman. Savannah. Ga.; Susan Cohen, Lester Brickman. Charles Philips. Charles Kamin, Sandra Schaps. Kenny Wagner, Wendy Rubin, Buddy Surkin. Jerry Rago. Herman Hohauser, Steven Furman, Susan Estis. Harry Payton, Joanne Berman, Joan Herman. Bill Seiden. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz is director ol the Southeast region, and Paul Kwtney, of Temple EmanuEl, represents the Youth Commission. E r ida y._March-] Rabbi Lehrman to On National Radio, Rabbi Irv„ 1: l,, hnn ^ Emanu-EI spiritual lead* Pear on the hurchjf national rad.u m ] "ing at H;3o. ^J Local station can gram will be WGH man's topic will be ••( Goal." Cantor I'hilip Br the Temple Kinanu El choj the direction of Josep 7 man. will also appear. TO ALL ... A HAPPY HOLIDAY •Voliii Shoy. AND COLUMBUS HO" In The Heart of 312 N. E. First Str^l PHONE FR 3-2*71 Temple Israel Seder in New Bldg. Temple Israel's annual Passover seder will be conducted for the first time in the newly huilt Temple Israel Auditorium and Jacob H. Kaplan Chapel, it was announced this week. These rooms together have a capacity of more than 600 for dining purposes. Passover seder will Me conducted by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. and musical portions will be rendered by Cantor Jacob Bornstein. The Union Haggadah. published by the Central Conference of American Babbis. will be used. Melaveh Malkeh Saturday Grand Babbi Nahum-tze Twersky will be guest of honor at a Melaveh Malkeh .on Saturday evening, Mar. 3, at David Whitman Hall. He will also speak at Shalos Seudos. Babbi'Twersjty is the Metropoler Rabbi of Chelsea, Mass., •nd well known here. Van Dusen to Quit UM Post, Seek Seat With Commission C. Raymond Van Dusen, chairman of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, announced his candidacy for County Commission, District 4. Wednesday. In making the announcement. Van Dusen stated. "I feel that the public schools are in good hands, and now I wish to widen my scope of Dade county interests. I feel that my eight years of public service as a member of the Board of Public Instruction and as president of the South Miami City Council have given me the experience that qualifies me for the post of commissioner." Van Dusen stated further, "As commissioner from District 4. I would bend my efforts to meet the continuing and growing problems of expansion of the county in an organized and systematic manner as we have tried to do in the public schools. In addition to the multiple duties of commissioner. I would work for a continuing development [of the finest in medical and hospital facilities and further serve the citizens of Dade county in any manner my position would permit." Van Dusen will resign his nosition with the University of Miami to run for the office. After serving for over four years in the US. Army during World War II. Van Dusen came to the University of Miami in 1946 as chairman of the Department of Speech, a position which he Mill holds. At the same time, he organized the Speech and Hearing Clinic and acted as its director until 1952. He has also served as chairman of the president's committees on religion and safety at the university. Van Dusen first entered the scene of civic affairs in 1949. when he became president of the South Miami City Council. Two years later, he was elected to the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, became chairman of the board in January 1954, and was reflected to both the board and its chairmanship in 1955. Serving during the period of rapid school expansion, his supporters Wednesday said "he was instrumental in the Group to Meet Friday Dade County Forest No. Ill, Tall Cedars of Lebanon, and ladies of the order, the Cedarettes, will meet at the I Icta Masonic lodgero MM in Miami Springs on Friday evening to discuss final plans for the first spring ceremonial and parade to be held in Dade county since 1933. The parade will be held in Hiuleah and Miami Springs May 5. SEASON'S GREETINGS, Tropical Pap< k r IIox Manufacturers of ARTISTIC PAPER BOJ Miami International Ait I Bldcj. 144 Phone I : -J va C. RAYMOND VAN DUSEN success of the 1955 school bond election, having acted as chairman of the steering committee for this issue." In addition to his work with the school board. Van Dusen has been a board member of the Dade County Board of Health, an advisory board member of the Dade County Crippled Children's Society, a board member of the Multiple Sclerosis Society and a member of the Crime Commission. Having received his AB decree in 1931 at Indiana University, Van Dusen was awarded an MA degree in 1932 and his Doctor of Science degree in 1937. both at the University of Michigan. He has done additional graduate work at the University of Iowa and the University of Chicago. In addition to numerous magazine articles and scientific papers. Van Dusen has written two books. "Training the Voice for Speech" and "While You Were Away." Van Dusen, 47. lives with his wife, Norma. and daughter, Susan, at 7930 SW 78th st., South Miami. SEASON'S GREETINGS horn Leo Adeeb Chevrolet! 15 YEARS ON MIAMI IfACM 540 ALTON HOAD MIAMI MURRAY'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR Mr. ami Mrs. Mcwrkt S as—sb and Dcwahter, Cyntait 1712 N. W. 34th STRICT PHONE M TO ALL... 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March2,l956_ J H l *iH Thjkltoti Page 13 B r i nerte Center faculty are, front row (left riqht) Shira Skop, Avi Kackoff, Esther rhioW. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. principal, Celle V.' Gull Sirkus, Maxgo NewUeEfs Center [Sunday Foic jurth annual f %  •' i 1 "' s L boo] will tod Sun Mar. 4, at [ • the second consecutive year, i Fine will 11 matter <>f cerel Rabbi Morion Malavsky, ite Center spiritual leader, esday revealed the list of Ispeaker-. Rinded arc Rabbi Samuel :,Temple Beth Sholem. HollyRabbi Simon April, Miami School and CongreRaion: Jes Fidelman. Israelite Center Bent; and Louis Schwartzman, rtive director of the Bureau wish Education here. gram of entertainment schedili" I.ynne Pearl, in a series ogs and dances; Ray Gaber, evision station WTVJ; Miss t Iris and Mel Goldstein, vocal1 Hy Fried, accompanist. te growth of the Israelite |r religious school in the past •1 year* has been phenomef Rabbi Malavsky said, in anting the Mar 4 affair. "At nt, the religious school enent numbers some 175 stuchairmen of the board of edui are Dr. Philip Sawelson and Aron. Dinner loehairmen ewls Pomerantz and Isidore off. Journal is bcin^' published in nction with the .Sunday dinabbi Malavsky indicated. Conen are Hy Morris and Jacob w man. Back row are Jack Katzqer, Beatrice Selditch, Ronald Katz. Helen Kessler. Not shown is Fannie April. MOUNT MEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd at Phone MO 1-8201 '*W'W'WA<'*WA^"'W>'N*A**W'W'W'W'>^W^. 1 1 iilfes Counsel District 3 Post E Cicero, public utilities Morthe-OK of Miami and ED Miami City attorney, anted Wednesday he would be a "ate for election to the Dade y commission in District 3. *ro. who was born in 1916 in *o, has lived in Florida since |nd has been a Dade county P since leaving military ": %  1945. His experience as 'c official dates back to 1947, .7 ^came assistant city at f wthe City „f Miami. MMiall> 5pendi nwre Co-chairmen of Israelite Center board of education are Geft to right) Morris Aron and Dr. Philip Sawelson. than 100 million dollars in public business and when public officials seek to run public affairs as if they were private business without exposing their discussion and decisions to the public, there is always an invitation to wrong-doing, even though no wrongdoing may take place. "In addition, such 'closed-door' conduct of public affairs by elected officials is against the spirit and letter of our constitution. A public official who conducts public business in private should be retired to private business where his actions do not affect any Interest* but his own." Cicero stated that if elected, he would "give immediate attention to solving Dade county's road prob| lems which he termed the most critically urgent problem facing '' the citizens of Dade county." Cicero j added that it will take $150,000,000 j in state and federal funds to solve Dade county's road situation and traffic bottlenecks "that are presenting serious barriers to the area's continued physical and economic growth." MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-3431 IKE GORDON. Licensed Funeral Director -£ %  jorni acito SAVI fOt TOMORROW WHERE YOU CAN BORROW rOR TODAY Sivinri Ateaaiiti 2'/ 2 % Interest Per sonal Urns • Aitt Loans Night Depositary lankini by Mail Laitars af Credit Safety Deposit But* BfffNlwr re*rrml BVp a a a a a a a a a a a % a > > a a Edward T. Newman funeral Director 1333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677 MIAMI BEACH J



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Page 14 B 9. Frid ay-Marc^ Services In Greater Miami' s Houses Of Wors BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:45. Saturday morning service are at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and preach on the topic: "Worshipping t-h* Gold Standard." Cantor Louis (Jar tenhaaa renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior service-. are in Ycshiva Hall at 10 a.m. Class in Sanhedrin will be at 4:30 p.m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Late services are at 8:15, when Cantor Maurice Mr.mches will be honored by pupils of the religious school. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Michael Stutzell will become Bar Mitzvah. Class in Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Daily n rv ices arc at 7 a.m. and 8 a.m., with evening services at 5:30 p.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of Histadrut Ivrit. Rah8 15. Rabbi Yaakov Kosenbci bi Leon Krcni-h will discuss: discuss: "The Myster) of Life." •Why Hebrew'.'" Saturday mornCantor William I.ipson renders lining services are at 1045. Steven musical portions oi the liturgy. Howard, son of Mr and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Ki-en and Shere. will become Bar Mit/vah. Mr. and Mrs. "Morris Friedberg Will Cantor Samuel Kelemer renderbe hostat Oncg Shabbat in honor the musical portions of the liturg) oi their children. Richard Bisen RABBI SHMARYAHU SWIRSKY "Gold Standord" BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at AGUOATH ISRAEL ATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD HEBREW INSTITUTE-7-"l CitflU SVi Hive. 3 A D Rabbl Irvine HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening serviceat 6 Saturday morning serviceare at !• Rabin Alexander Gross will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at S 30 p in., followed b) Shalos St u(lo-. Dailj si i". ices an and b' p.m.. with Sui services at 7. AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Fridaj eveat 8 Saturdaj monies are at 8:30. Rabin I Ever %  %  ill preach on the topic 'The %  pt oi i Dcleanliness and Purification." Kiddu-h follows. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m. preceded by a I in Talmud. William I'eigcnn will be hosl al Shalos Seudos. Dailj services arc at 8 am and 6 p.m., with Sunday morning servid at 8:30. TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening serviceat 5 and 8:30 p.m. Dr. Israel Goldfarb. father-in-law of Rabbi Irving I.ehnnan. will be guest preacher. Saturday morning services are at 9. with Rabbi Lehrman officiating and dis cussing the Weekly Portion. Clifford, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Lakin. and Jeffrey, son of Mrs. Selma Luchow. will become Bar Mitzvah. CANDUUGHTING TIME Ador 19 — 6:04 p.m. and Friedberg, who become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9 Junior services are at 10 am. &f TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday evening services at 5.30 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will diSCUSS the Weekly Portion. Mr. and Mrs Al I.o/otf will be ho-'at Oneg Shabbat in honor of their son, Michael, who becomeBar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9. Kiddu-h follows Sabbath school will be at 9:30 a.m. Mincha is at 5:50 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening serviceat 8:15. Rabin Joseph Narot will discuss: "The Living Issueof the Dead Sea Scrolls. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at G R E ABOVE LINCOLN ROAU OrthCdoS, .ETH'.'SR'AEL CONGREGATION 4000 Prairie .v.. Orthodox. TUbb. H. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM -4,44 Ch— ave. Lib**.!. *M> T^on Kronl.h. Cantor S;i tinn-i Kelemer. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Wellington ave, Coneerv, TE K ohr,.K7n Cantor null.. BrummVV. BELOW LINCOLN BETH JACOB CONOREOAT.ON-noi-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. %  "RabblTlnor st-m. Cantor Maurlca MumcJiaa. BE TH TF.LAH CONGREGATION -9.15 Kuelld ave. Orthodox. IUM.I JoHEBREW ACADEMY--.8 rh ,t. Orthodox. Rabbl Alexander fir..* ^ESET W H ISRAEL CONGREGATION „,:. RfcoUd av* o„hod.,x. Rabb. i, triii i: Cuplnn. Cantor Abranam •*-<•• TORAH| TEMP. v....-rl.*n Judatam. Rabbla Abraham %  ad Louis CM CORAL GABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER-^ Palermo Morris Skop Cantor Irving Roblm ,..'.„ JEWISH CENTER-44 Zamora ave 2A 'u if Hurwltt" ESS rVotlolph BrllL DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-US NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. A H STL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD-iTL';, Monroe at.. Hollywood. Coniervatlve. Ral.M RattueJ 1-eri-r. TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOrj-2030_rolk jt.. HoJIywood. Conaervalive Rabbi David ave. Liberal. Rabbi Conservative. Rabbi B. Hnhbl Bbaplro Cantor Yehudah IMIbraun. South Andtews ave.. TEMPLE Conimlcln. CENTER -SiOO North Miami ave. II.:-on I'antor Albeit Glatitx. TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE—1*01 Kt 1 aud.-r.lale. Re-form. RabW Marlus Ramon. HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-9D1 East 4thave. aervatlve. Rabbi Boris Rackovi NORTHEAST ISRAEL—137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rnbbl Joseph Narot. I Kai Ian, Rabbi Bmarltua. Cantor Jacob TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE Con ( rvatlvi Kabbl Abraham NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION -1M01 NW Tttl ave. FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-50 NW 51t pi. Coi BI mtlva. itabbi Ldo Helm. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTFR -1MS0 W. -t 1'lxle hWT(live. Kabbl Hear) ntor Maurice Nan, NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION—164th Conai rvatlvi Rabbl ai. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE MJ3 S\\ Yaako> i: nberg. I bntoi William W BETH EL CONGREGATION — .".('0 SV\ 17 Hi %  t. and NE llth ave. i T. sw iiakj .Santoi Lout i; rtnl ISRAELITE CENTER 3198 SW 24th I Conai Mali I MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 11 M Rabbl ItabBI I Itabbi Sim TEMPLE ZION —'. : ~v. %  II A|i WEST ITth i i sw Kih ..v MIAMI %  II -. i liablil Alfa I U ..\inan. ciate and preach P^tors ol the Soul <'!<• Kelemer renders portions „f the |,i ur ices will he ^ 7.3Q with Preaching ( NORTH DADB 4 TtR will holdflW ICM at 8:15, Okolica "Great Men Are Cantor Maurice Nerj musical portions 0 f Oneg Shahhat will f 0 |L_ ed by B'nai B'rilh (;,$ morning services are j services will be at 7 M J 5:30 p.m. MONTICELLO PARK CATION will hold Frid1 services at 8:15. with P^ Lerer officiating and "The Songs of GeneraUJjSI at Oneg Shabbat will bt Mrs. Leonard Miller \j, their son. Bruce, who I Mitzvah during Saturdaji services at i>. Sabbath ] be: "A New HM*>I Spirit." Anne hank Diary Luncheon meetiji Beach B'nai B'rith I held at the Di Lido'hotI noon. Mar. 6. Mrs. Ger*hon S. Miller ( a book review on the I Anne Frank." Mrs. Miller was for tor of dramatics at Temp El and director of tp tieat the Hebrew Ac 1 Daily services will be in the chapel i 8:15. "Keeping Young" will be the at 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Cantor Philip Brummer renders the musical portions of the liturgy. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood man will be hostess at Oncg SI bat, Saturday morning services an at it. Dailj services are at 9 a.m. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER v. ill hold Fridflv evetiing •civireat .":15, with Rabbi Mayer Abranx vvitz officiating and preaching mi the topic: "Purification Through Ritual." Cantor Edward Klein renders the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the choir Mincha under the direction of Eli SamuelSaturday morning services are at 8:45. Junes, -on of Mr. and MrErnest Berger, will become Bar Mitzvah. Sermon 1based on the Weekly Portion of the llaw. • • BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services theme of the sermon by Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Service will include a president's message by Harry ROM and reports by I'SY delegates j Saturday Joy Davidow, Esther Brenner. Billy commence at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Arie Rosenberg and Herbert Ruben-! Becker will discuSounds That will hold Friday eveninu services stein. Men'club will be host at Never Die." Class in Bible will be at 8:30. Rabbi David Shapiro will the Oneg Shabbat following. Satur 'at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudiscuss: "The Eternal Message "i (li,y mornin serviceare at 8:30. dos Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph iw, !" •• < %  -,„.„.. v v. 1 v. 11 1 Sermon will he based on the WeekSwartz. Purim. Cantor Yehudah Ilei 1% „ „,• ~* IJ Portion. ( antor Rudolph Brill braun renders the musical portions renders the musical portions Ol the of the liturgy. Mrs. Rose Zuckerlitui • • a KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION \v 111 hold Friday evening t 5:46. s iturdaj moi 1 services are at 8:30, with Rabbi Leo Heiro preaching on the topic: "The Sabbath as a Public Institu tion." Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday morning sevices are at 9. Ronald, .-on of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wyman. will become Bar Mitzvah. It 5:45. a BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman will preach on the topic: "Our Divine Gift." Bible class is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will Ices are_ al 8 30, Rabbi .1 Caplan will' preach on tb ng the in! 1 Abri hi:; s if renders the mu portionof the liturgy. Ral class 1al 5 IS follov 1 I bj Shalos Seudos. • g TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami will hold Friday ever: rvices be at 5:30, followed by Shalos at 6. Talmud class meets I Seudos. Daily services arc at 7:30 morning at 8. Services! a.m. and 6 p.m. • • a TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday' evening services at 8:30, with Rab-1 bi Abraham Herson preaching on the topic: "The Torah Versus the Red Menace." Cantor Albert ANSHE EMES CONGREGAClantz renders the musical' porTION will hold Friday evening '""is of the liturgy. Saturday mornservices at 5:45. Saturdaj mon li services are at 9. Subject of Mincha will be the wnnoa will be: "The Rock of Congregation will bold ah Mar. in, with ol Law 1 D y Silberman a th. Mr Anna ISRAELITE CENTER will hold l '"' l A '' %  and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morti n Malavsky will officiate and preach on the "Judaism Religion of in in North Miami City Hall, 776 NE Love." Mr. and 125th s,.^, 8:15. Rabb, Alexander Wll I, „,„. at ^ ^hhTl Steinbjch. spiritual leader ol Ternhonor „, „„.,,Min J^ ~^ pie Ahavath Sholom, BiooklynJcomes Bar will be guest in the pulpit. %  hosl al Kiddush. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6. Saturday mornii rrleai are at 8:30. Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wallick. will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April will offiMiMzer l/nveiliij| 1 Dedication of a.l I MAX MINTZH ISil MIAMI U'lll Ithr Si Kl w MARCH in die JoAi-h Sta Wo PAM CEid Mr Mini • -urvnto] wife. and Joe, fill daughter-. Jt*nrtt. and Ethel leinhcru. il4 ami: a daughter of MCRJC I. L Mint: %  JaB len crandehildrril: will he vondiKtad bfl Simon Apnl Hilm Mo1 > *oiJ charge .'r.inccmf^r and relative.ire adtcdtol Sattl UmeiliH The Dedication of a*M"' %  Mr I % %  \*$i Perlman. all ol MU" and Mn ^ .1 hr will I Henry ike KABBI DAVID SHAPIKO "Eternal Message' Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 8:30. CanHIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS ,0F Samuel Wkow renders the mu JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday MCa pnr,ions f 'he liturgy s, T evening services at 8:15. Rabbi' !" 0 ".*"" ** based on the Weekly Boris Rackovsky will officiate and preach on the topic: 'The Ash That Cleanses." Oneg Shabbat follows. Portion. — X. FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6. Late' Rabbi IS INTERESTED IN A CONGREGATION THAT COULD OFFER EXTENSIVE FIELDS OF ACTIVITIES. Ordained, celleje aroduote, uaivertity dearee, outstcadia, taeaker end ea#4H+ eaead eraaniier, versed id every &f ••" ef raaeiakal aad canfra%  •ticMiwI wark. Writ,: RANI Z^ %  ox 3973, Miami n. and : jre tend. TH f GOOD MWI l/V£ ON rClffOSuch Rood can r* reel % : • r fitrjnc material in mal rirminc hi. fh !" ia A bere.fter •** "• THURMONI MONUMENT CO] Tae 2-Sfe/f wM *L, 3153 SW "St J* MARIU**^. pw. CtHMttnrtt-fl



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March 1 LW*. _, • Jewish fhrkil-ir Page 15 B $75 COMPLETE SHIP YOUR CAR HOME National Car Travel One Lincoln Road Building Phone JE 8-0880 m %  %  fcn#ii HYPNOTISM TAUGHT (Ph.D) Psycho Therapy and Neurotic Problems Evenings 6 to 7 Phone MO 6-2108 h s service Torah is our responsibility to our fellow 'chant Cantors Irvinq Robinson, Samuel Kelemer and Kelemer, shown at record-breaking Luncheon Uni event sponsored by Combined Jewish Appeal WornDivision. The scene was dramatic climax of original i directed by Cantor Samuel Kelemer and sung by i Beth Sholom Sisterhood chorus of 36 and other prin(Guarantees toll for Europe sh Community Distribution Committee, imerican agency aiding disIjews %  broad, hu purchas\ than 350.000 pounds of jand other Passover sup|r Jewish communities in it was announced this Edward If. M. Warburg, airman, who was in Miami United Jewish Appeal's [jdckofl .a the Saxony houpplies have already been to nearly a dozen counguarantec that they will i time for holidaj distribuirburg said. for these activities are I in part through the ComJewish Appeal. Passover supplies, most of %  pre purchased by JDC in %  Warburg stated, include! f mauoth. matzoh meal and bottles of kosher wine, special items to meet | community needs. special items include |000 pounds of kosher fat I pounds of shemura flour ^trian Jews, Largest shipi matzoth and matzoh meal France, 39.000 pounds; jWnan), .31.WM). Yugoslav\ u; Greece 21.000; Austria. Inmsignments were sent toj ind Spain,' [ hc ,inv Jewish community f nia l'"' in many |aran,JD( I nenl will supplies | • coun[Vicer Seeks W Again [ • record of accomPj : county Commlaaloiwr |*K*r announced tola week l*ould be a candidate for C '" '"<• Maj primaries. %  !" who has served on the 7 miss| "n since 194fi -,u.| fl campa.j. n for reelection wrd of public service limy three terms in office E 2 u ma, r ro,e in ,hp ';'.' Mlami International L" ckson Memorial Hospit ******* f nf Plannm; and ( „ lMruc r**r* arterial highDesigning — Making Renewing ORNAMENTAL IRON, COPPER" BRASS & ALUMINUM CLAUD PUILEN, Owner-Mgr. PUUEN METAL CRAFTSMEN 395 N. I. 79th STREET Phone PL 9.5414 Miami, Florida UPHOLSTERING EXPERT FACTORY WORK at lowest %  rices in town. Give ut a trial. Free pick up and delivery. Phone for free estimate. BISCAYNE BEDDING 5851 N.W. 17th Ae. Ph. PL 8-4606 Danrtng LEARN TO DANCE WHY envy ethers when you can he the envy of others? 20 private dance lessons $45, taught by attractive experienced instructors. FR 4-8548. ROOM, BATH and FOOD TO SETTLED WOMAN in elderly widow tr's home en Beoch in exchange for port time light housework. Write: W. B., BOX 2*73, MIAMI II. $5 Palmistry S2 Life reader advieer. Born with power M. Farran. NE 4-3267 Bui 15 or 24. 4500 N.W. 27th Ave. RLKA-L KSTATE POSITION WANTED AS COMPANION TO ELDERLY LADY OR COUPLE. Good Jewish cook, light houiekeeping. Outstanding reference. Call JE 1-0279 morn, inge 9 to 1, or 4 to 7 p.m. DRIFTWOOD MART Lamps Tables Novelties Wall Decorations 1400 20th STREET, MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8-7679 Pincua Lawenda, noted stage, radio and television personality, will appear in a concert Saturday evening. Mar. 3, at Hibiscus Masonic auditorium, 10th st. and Alton rd. Lawenda's repetoire includes "Schwartze Natasha," which he popularized here and abroad. Program will also include stars of English and Yiddish stage. Beach Writer's Story Featured in Magazine A Miami Beach writer is the author of a story on Abraham Lincoin which la being featured as the lead in the current issue of Jewish Horizons. She is Stella Kamp. of 321 Ocean dr., and the article is entitled "Abraham Lincoln and the Israelite." Miss Kamp is the author of numeroua fictionalized profiles based on the real life of famous personalities in American history'. ORIENTAL POOL FISH Stock Your Fountains and Garden Pools with Magnificent CHINESE and JAPANESE GOLD FISH EXOTIC AQUARIUM 122 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables Phone HI 8-2693 YOUNG LADY 27, TALL, CHARMING PERSONALITY, WISHES TO MEET CONGENIAL GENTLEMAN. WRITE: JEAN, P. 0. BOX 1702, MIAMI BEACH, FIA. WANTED Professional or Business Couple to Share Our Spacious Modern Home by the year, close in. bus No. 27 1232 S.W. 17th TERRACE %  UHtKKI I ll\4. BOOKKEEPING Complete Service TAX RETURNS, STATEMENTS Ph. MU 8-0332 or 89-4840 FOR SALS 990 S.W. lit* STREET 2-BEDR00M CBS Furnished, Near Synagogue CALL HI 8-1046 Massage DADE REST RESORT Permanent Home for Blind, Chronic. Convalescent and Hard to-Manage Aged Persons. 1389 N. W. 7th STREET PHONE 9-7636 Get Your Plans Drawn for Permit 4410 S.W. 69th AVE. PHONE MO 6-4356 h;nir\no\vi Invisible Reweavmg Lessons All methods $6 hour private: $3 hour semi-private lessons. Est. 1945. Call Lucie's Health Massage Studio MASSAGE C010NKS STEAM BATHS KttHent Calls — All Appointments Day Time Only 417 41st ST., MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-7760 Warehouse or Factory Btdg. Built to moot your requirements. 325,000 Ft. industrial zone land, N.W. 32nd Ave., 39th, 40th, 41st streets. See building, under construction. 3150 N.W. 41st St. Owner-builder. PL 7-4830 KEOTA'S STEAM BATHS Message and Steam Rooms Rogisfered He/p 2331 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 82-4880 APARTMENT OWNERS We are making 2nd mortgage loans from 55,000 to $50,000 on apartment houses, lowest closing cost. PHONE MR. SPEAR AT 82-6414 WORLD MORTGAGE SERVICE 217 ROPER BUILDING Dolores Lee's Hearth Salon 1427 N.W. 54th STREET PHONE 89-0090 816-4887 or write: Amber School of Reweaving P. O. Box 828. North Miami Beach ELECTROLYSIS SCHOOL Good income after short course. We also remove hair professionally permanently. For appointment call 89-4035. I feel confident that my years of experience on the commission will be most valuable to the continued modern development of this county." MacVicar has been a resident of Miami since 1919. He is married to the former Florence Wharton He is the father of two children and has seven grandchildren. A veteran of two world wars, he is co-owner of the MacVicar-Wells Lumber Company which was organized in 1936, and is a former Miami city commissioner. PERSONALS NEW 0HNING Of ZENY'S BEAUTY SALON Complete Beauty Service. Specializing in Hair Styling, Bleaching, and Permanent Waving. 1322 NW 29th Sf. NE 5-9219 lern |*5 "' the .i.m.mittce :,.,'" fnvileged to play n an n Ihl |)uiMmi! r**<*l>ade county iffflir "" A ^ Jao IS n,t, < Bt **". ** K S" the comhSJvn? ( '" n,in ue to P,dl > Irom now on. and' MMC^EH Vir US RENT A CAR $15 per Woflt plus 5c per Milt R*it For Leap BEN'S RENTALS 1451 W. FLAQLER — Ph. FR 3-6766 Pickup Miami and Beach LOOK YEARS YOUNGER BT FACE MUSCLE THERAPY. For details about this amaiing method, call JE 8-7047. 1613 Alton Road, Miami Beoch. ^^^^^^^^_ ETHEL N. TAKCE o Utorary Agent • Notary • Public Stone • Translator 420 LINCOLN R0. 8 8600 Annette Massage Salon Swedish Massage Steam Baths MEN A WOMEN TREATED Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sun. to 3 p.m. 9720 N.W. 7th AVE. Ph. 89-9213 ANN and PATRICIA ATLANTIC MASSAGE Hovrs 10 to 7 8206 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. 84-7652 1XIO.M E TAX TAX RETURNS-S2.00 UP 24 hour service anywhere. Also complete accounting and auditing service. ED SHAW, JE 1-6719 JE 1-6719 Perrine Real Estate Co. 90 acres of high pine land. 2700 ft. of road frontage. Between Coconut Palm and Plumber Dr., west of Krome. SI 800 per acre with terms one! releases. WE HAVE LOTS Of OTHER LISTINGS Perrine Real Estate Co. REALTORS 17931 S. Dixie Highway Phones 817-9221 — 817-7226 Stratton Mortgage Co. LOANS FROM $1,000 to $250,000 lust call MURRAY SANDLER 320 AINS^Y BLDG. 14 N. E. 1st AVENUE Phone 9-1796 BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA 79TH ST., BISCAYNE BLVD. Room 208 on the Mezianine Tax Returns Prepared By Former Revenue Agents CALL FOR APPOINTMENTS 899914 84-7265 21,000 ACRES NEAR OCALA Cattle ranch, game preserve, tree farm. P-eautifvl Springs, good fishing, 2,000 ceres improved pasture. In the heart cf Florida horse breeding area. Low ttxes, good terms. JOHN B. STADLER 37/ MIRACLE MILE PH. 83-2568 — SQUARE DEAL SERVICE FRIGIDAIRE SALES & SERVICE Specializing In repelre all makes refrigerators electric ranges and automatic washers. Special Ratea tor Owners 200 N.W. 12*d Ave. NEwton 4-7A81 TOM SPAGN0L0 Fine Custom Tailor Formerly with Arthur Cohen Fifth Avenue, New York Cty 16S4 LENOX AVENUE Off Lincoln Road Ph. je 1-3423 INVESTORS—1250 LOTS IN CROUPS OF 300 OR MORE-ALL LOTS 25x135 These lots are priced so that the investor can more than double his money immediately. You will be amaxod at the price. Located 1 mile from a lovely tourist city, only 30 minute drive to Daytona Beach area. Beautiful lakes are near by. Ideal fishing and hunting country. WYMAN ATKINS, Realtor 891935 84-9346



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Page 16 B 9>jewlsKi.nork/ian. GLOBAL SHORTS HASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST TUNIS (JTAV-For the second time within a week, a Jew here has heen the victim of a terrorist attack, arousing fears that nationalist extremists are bent on stirring up trouble by using Jews as scapegoats. The latest attack occurred last week when a powerful explosion, probably of a bomb, caused considerable damage at the home of Maurice Liscia, a well-known businessman here and an influential member of the local Jewish community. Later, a footwear store owned by another Jew, Claude Fellous, was seriously damaged when two unidentified men threw a stick of high explosives into the shop. In neither case were there any casualties. Neither of the Jewish businessmen plays any role in Tunisian political affairs. RABAT, Morocco (WNS)—A warning to Moroccan Jews that they would enjoy the same rights as other inhabitants of Morocco, provided they did not "identify themselves with Zionism.'" was issued this week by Said Ramdan, secretary general of the Islamic Congress and a leader u the Moslem Brotherhood. Mr. Ramdan came here from Egypt to contact nationalist leaders in Morocco. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS FRANKFURT (JTA)—At the first annual meeting of the Central Council of Jewish Loan Cooperatives in Germany, it was reported that) loans totalling 1.000.000 marks had heen made to Jewish businessmen and artisans to enable them to become self-supporting. The five revolving loan funds, all of which were set up as independent cooperative; societies, have hecome one of the most constructive elements in postwar Jewish life in Germany. Their basic capital stock is provided mamlv by the Joint^islribution Committee, the Claims Conference and the Central Jewish Welfare Agency here. Frid ROME i JTA >—Italy has no plans at present for taking any action with respect to the Israel-Arab dispute. Italian Foreign Minister Gaetano Martino declared here. Addressing the Italian Senate's Foreign Policy Committee, the Minister said that it would be better if the Initiative was taken with a view toward the resumption of negotiations among the parties concerned. He also confirmed a forthcoming visit i v Egyptian Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser to Italy, but did not specify the date of that visit. BONN (JTA)—West Germany has no present plans for the establishment of diplomatic relations with the State of Israel, it was asserted here by the West German Government. "There are neither plans nor preparations for the exchange of diplomatic representatives with Israel'" an official statement issued by the Federal Press Information Service said. The statement was a denial of a Social Democratic Press Service report that the appointment of a West German Ambassador to Israel was imminent. BERLIN (WNS)—Reports reaching here from "sources with contact behind the Iron Curtain" disclose that the Soviet Union, Czechoslo \akia. Rumania, Hungary and possibly Poland are planning mass trials and purges of Jews under arrest on charges of "Zionism" or "Jewish | rationalism." The purge trials are being prepared by the Red secret e at the behest of Moscow in what appears to be a bold step in the ion ol the Arab countries aimed at bolstering Russia's position in the Middle Fast, where hostility to Zionism and Israel has led to Red arms and Kremlin's sanctum. ON THE AMERICAN SCENE CHICAGO JTAi—A national eifort to cope with the unprecedented ol qualified teacherfor Jewish religious schools has been launched by the American Association for Jewish F.ducation af the ng ol its hoard of governors here. Functioning as the national >ervicfl agency for Jewish education, the American Association tor h Education brings together all the elements in the American h community in a concerted effort to advance the standards, and achievements of Jewish religious education in this country. WASHINGTON (JTA)—The Soviet Government served notice on nited States. England and France that she intends t,, demand S in the moves which are now being made by the Western "Big Three" to seek a settlement of the Arab-Israel conflict. A Statement to this effect was issued in Moscow by the Soviet Foreign Ministry "The Soviet Union," the Moscow statement said, "cannot regard with terence the situation developing in the Middle Bast, -nice it i> ly connected with the security of the Soviet Union which is git' in the immediate neighborhood of this area, unlike the situation everal other powers." The Soviet statement described the recenl Eisenhower-Eden declaration on the Middle Bast situation as "a uniiral measure undertaken without the United Nation" BUENOS AIRES (WNS) — The Argentine foreign Ministry this announced that, in accordance with a I'nited Nationresolution calling for the internationalization of Jerusalem, Argentina will not recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The Argentine Embassy in Israel, it stated, would be located in Tel Aviv. NEW YORK (WNS) — Jonathan Shapiro, president of Junior Inventors, a club engaged in scientific research, is a resourceful 12 year old who some day hopes to make a distinct contribution in the field ol rocket research. Jonathan's meteoric aspirations spiraled really high this week with a six-dollar grant from the Ford Foundation which he hop

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iie\wiislhJEIliDiriidliiaun
,30-Number9
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
_____________________Miami, Florida. Friday, March 2. .1956
Price 20tf
I m in HOT POLITICAL MANEUVER
mlon in Israeli Cabinet
foreseen on Arms Program;
Ben-Gurion Seeks Volunteers
iLEM (.HA)Israel's coalition government was restored
htompletment this week with the return of the Progressive
in the person i Justice" Minister Dr. Pinhas Rosen, following
nent of the strike of professional workers.
kedome-u issue had thus been healed, but hard upon it came
ii report of growing dissension
KmilDJIVJNG
1,500,000 Hit
UJA Kxkoff
In the Beach
Dulles Statement on Near East
Arouses Resentment in Israel
rmed by the prospect that
people may soon find
elu- under attack by Arab
tj
within the Cabinet over foreign
policy. The report was contained
in an article by the diplomatic
correspondent of The Jerusalem
Post.
The correspondent said that it is
becoming increasingly difficult for
Mmpai. leading party in the coali-
tion, to answer questions by its
left wing Socialist partners, Mapam
and Achdut Avodah, as to why the
government has not asked the
Eastern European states for arms
in view of the United States reluc-
ommuni-t w e a p o n s, sup-
of the United Jewish Ap-
heavily armed with super- ;tance to supply Israel with defen-
sive weapons. Mapam and Achdut
Avodah believe that such a request
Sunday brought forward j by Israel would prove whether or
.000 in individual contribu-'not the Czech-Egyptian arms deal
1956' na- was meant as a hostile act against
I Israel. .
Thje/e is a theory current, the
diplomatic correspondent says, that
some Western quarters would not
i launch the I JA'l
tide campaign.
lliam Rosenwald, of
general chairman of
this outpouring of
[greatest starting sum
to an American philan
: cau-e" and said it repre-
"a barometer -turning the
pread concern tor Israel's
Newj
UJA.
gifts
i outflow ni gifts came at the
ession ol a two day national
conference of UJA, with
I than 650 campaign leaders
ntributnr* in attendance at
xony hotel.
r response came after a
from Dr. Giora Joseph
|one of Israel's top-ranking
and treasurer of the Jew-
Agency in Jerusalem, that
Ming Egyptian military su-
rety ultimately will express
either in full-scale aggres-
lainst Israel or in a hit-and-
rial attack that will deci-
[us by the thousands."
*s anybody think that Egypt
ting Communist arms in or-
"8ht the Communists?" he
W>t of this, he stated, Israel
|Continud on Page 7 A
ever altogether object to a deal between
Israel and the Communist bloc
states which would tend to show
that the Soviet Union, is also a
friend of Israel. This, the corre-
spondent concludes, "is a degree
of Machiavellianism that will not
easily gain credence."
Meanwhile, Premier David Ben
Gurion called for 50.000 volunteers,
members of the Histadrut, to give
up six working days of their vaca-
tion for building fortifications
"' along the borders.
BALTIMORE (JTA) Maryland
Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin Twos-
day urged the State Department to
tell arms to Israel and "to do it
promptly if aggression on the part
of Arab states is to be deterred."
Gov. McKeldin addressed some
1,000 persons at a dinner in his
honor here.
U.S. is Charged With 'Munich
Solution' to Emergent Problem
JERUSALEM (JTA)The statement on the Middle East made by
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles before the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee Friday has caused aggravation of the situation and
has aroused intense bitterness throughout Israel, The Jerusalem Post,
a newspaper which frequently expresses the views of ( the Israel
Foreign Ministry, said in an editorial this week.
A more effective way to encourage the Arabs to make war on Israel
could hardly have been devised, the newspaper commented bitterly.
It declared that the statement by Mr. Dulles brought renewal of Hie
Arab-Israel war "immeasurably nearer."
The Arabs, the editorial noted, having received arms from one side
(the Communist bloc) beyond their wildest dreams, are now being told
by a leading Western statesman that nothing effective will be done to
prevent their attack, that Israel will not be armed for defense. This,
the editorial declared, is a "Munich solution" to the problem.

WE HAVE HO IMMEDIATE INTEMTIOH TO OffER MILITARY /MATERIEL
__________________ --------------------;----------------------r---------r~ ^"
Washington Will Shun Israel in Event
Of Preventive War, Dulles Reveals
i
WASHINGTON (JTA)American Jews felt deeply
concerned this week by the views on the Arab-Israel
situation expressed last Friday by Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles during his testimony before the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee. These views
also produced sharp criticism among leading Demo-
cratic member of the Senate, who declared that they
are not satisfied with Mr. Dulles' testimony.
SELWYN IL0YD SOON TO VISIT ISRAEL AND ARAB NATIONS
CWT/CJ Mil TO MOVE BRITISH ON LEVANT POLICY
tf

(JTA)-Or. Ur..l
LONDON (JTA)Critics of the
British Government's Middle
East policies failed Wednesday
in a determined attempt to
change the Government's stand
on measures to prevent war be-
tween Israel and the Arab States
and to achieve a settlement in
the Middle East.
In a long and inconclusive
foreign policy debate in the
House of Commons, Selwyn
Lloyd, the Foreign Secretary,
who is soon to leave on a visit to
the Arab States and Israel, again
rejected demands that he seek to
enlist cooperation of the Soviet
Union in halting the flow of
arms to the Middle East and re-
fused to accept the view that de-
fensive arms to Israel would help
check the growing imbalance
and serve as a deterrent to war.
The Foreign Secretary asserted
that he did not believe the secur-
ity of Israel rested on an arms
race. An arms race, he said,
would mean that Israel "will be
ringed around by a series of Arab
States who have in turn been
armed to the teeth by the Soviets
and that, I do not believe, would
mean security for Israel." He ad-
ded that "therefore, we have to
find a rather different approach
to the problem. I just don't be-
lieve that Israel's security will
follow from the delivery of large
quantities of Western arms at
the present time."
Irh the Middle East, Mr. Lloyd
said, "our first task is to assist
in an Arab-Israel settlement.
Secondly, to maintain our posi-
tion on the Persian Gulf. Thirdly,
to support our friends. Fourthly,
to be loyal to our alliances. Fifth-
ly, to persuade those who might
succumb to Soviet blandishments
of the danger to their political
Continued on Page 9 A
The Secretary of State admitted that Soviet hlr>c
shipment of arms to Egypt would materially alter
the military balance against Israel. However he
made it plain that there was no foreseeable intention
on the part of the United States of supplying arms
to Israel. "The United States," he said, 'does not
exclude the possibility of arms sale to Israel at a
time when it would preserve
peace." At the same time, he re-
vealed that not only Egypt but also
Syria is receiving arms from the
Soviet bloc.
Mr. Dulles asserted that "Israel
cannot win an arms race against
Arabs having access to Soviet-bloc
stocks." He claimed that Israel's
hope lies in collective rather than
Continued on Page 2A
SENSATIONAL MOVE
SHIPS BARRED TO JEWISH STATE USED EOR WHEAT TRANSPORT
State Department Explains' Blacklist Bow
. ____.___. t* .h undine of 55.000 tons of surplus wl
WASHNIGTON (JTA) The State Department
this week confirmed reports that the shipment of
surplus wheat to Egypt had been carried out under
kwrZ V V Ch*r9#d th# an arrangement which permitted the EayglaM '''
k-llrV w,,h "" *hiuse their blacklist of ships which traded with Israel.
Ohrenstein Let
Out of Prison
MUNICH (JTA) The West
German Supreme Constitutional
Court, in what was described here
as a sensational move, has order-
ed the provisional release from
jail of Dr. Aron Ohrenstein, for-
mer Chief Rabbi of Bavaria, pend-
ing determination of whether his
constitutional rights had been in-
fringed. The Supreme Court sits
in Karlsruhe.
The point at issue in the new
move is not directly concerned
concerned with Dr. Ohrenstein's
P Wtdnesda,
Wrtrm
P'y disappointed \m MmI !Tt*mi\Ma\^'wiokmmMn "pUln" hat tho l s
"Jj.r.1 qoity of
"'"wnjhip.
Ameri-
Nationally
otumni.t. Jowph .nd
.?.' ""* -
lr"< had no control over the selection of ^ips., except
for the requirement under the Cargo Preference
Act that 50 percent of surplus commodities must oe
shipped aboard American vessels. o^.-
the New York Post had reported 'rom ^ashing-
ton that the United States Government had we<\
to Egypt's blacklisting of American shippers trading
with Israel, when it approved a deal which provides
for the sending of 55.000 tons of surplus wheat
worth more than $4,000,000 to Egypt. The shipment
Mi sanctioned by three Federal agenciesthe State
Department. Agriculture Department and the Inter-1 guiu or innocence of charges in-
national Cooperation Administrationwithout a volving fraudulent certification of
word of protest, the Post said.
In doing so," the Post emphasized, "they accept-
ed the demand of the wheat purchase committee of' Wildflecken DP camp, for which
the Kgyptian Embassy here that grain not be shipped he had been sentenced to one
in any vessel blacklisted by Egypt or any ship that year's imprisonment in 1952. His
either passes through Israels territorial waters or, defense attorneys argued before
touches its ports. Not only the cost of the wheat j the Supreme Court that, when his
Continued on Palo A Continued on Pag* 3 A
indemnification claims for appli-
cants supposedly residing at the


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Washington Will Shun Israel in Event of Preventive War
* ________________________, uticd. mmht protect 6.000 A
Continued from Poge 1 A
in local security and most of a'l in
the I'nited Nations. He said that
there was danger that Israel might
"precipitate what is called ?
ventive war" and warned that if
that occurs, the United State*- will
not he "involved on the side of
Israel."
Admitting that if he were in the
same situation a- Israel he would
also be clamoring for assistance.
Secretary Dulles nevertheless told
the Senate committee that Israel -
fears of annihilation are unfound-
ed. He blamed Israel for "clouding"
on occasion efforts for "an Arab-
Israel settlement, and cited that
the raid in Gaza area was an exam-
ple. He warned tgainst using the
Arab-Israel issue for "domestic
political pressures
Mr. Dulles also implied that he
would seek revision of the present
borders between Israel and the
neighboring Arab countries before
entering into any treat} engage-
ment to prevent alteration of Arab companies m the South Flor da
area, has been appointed
Philip M. Weinstein, president
of the Broadmoor Water Corp.
and an officer of several utility
Israel boundaries by force. "The
present existing armistice lines
were not designed tn be permanent
frontiers in every respect," he
stated, "A more permanent and
agreed line i- necessary."
Secretary Dulles revealed that
he was in confer with United Na-
tions Secretary General Das Ham-
rskjold on W on the
Arab-Israel situatii n He i mi
that in the event of an attack on
Israel, the I'nifo S would
look to the United Nations to
the lead, li by a
Soviet vi : \
might i and
ives cor
He said thai the United
nd F
n in
Traveling in Israel
Topic of Discussion
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Der Yiddisher Forum when it
meets Saturday evening, Mar. 3. at
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Guest speaker- will he Mr and
Mrs, Ehiel Lesow active in
local communal philaninropic and
cultural affairs.

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UKtAltK MIAMI
JEWISBCOMWITYCEHT
MIAMI BRANCH
Noted Rabbi Says Israel Won't Start Near East Conflict
Rahhi Klir7pr Qihmr nf Pitifliti Tkn !..,. t^ n I nMJ ,. I t...i n.kk: c:t..nH ..,u^
Rabbi Eliezer Silver, of Cincin-
nati, president of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada, arrived in Mia-
mi early this week.
The close friend and advisor to
the late President William Howard
Taft and Sen. Robert A. Taft de-
cliircd that "'I don't believe there
will be a war between Israel and
the Arab nations."
Ohrenstein Released in Surprise Move
ntribution to the day camp scholarship fund of the Greater
bni Jewish Community Center was made recently by
evelt lodge, Knights of Pythias. The grant, which will en-
needy children to participate in the summer program
red by the Center, is handed over by Lewis Pomerantz, co-
iirman of the child welfare committee for the lodge (right),
Jraim H. Gale, GMJCC executive director (center). Looking
[(left front) is Irving Schwam, child welfare committee co-
fcimcm. In the rear are Abe Cutler, officer representative
[the Pythians (left), and Israel Silver, Town Branch super-
pt (right). __________________________________________________
istafson Will Make Awards
Continued from Page 1 A
sentence was, in the main, con-
firmed by another Munich court in
1954, he had been "deprived of his
lawful judge."
The 1954 case against Dr. Ohrcn-
st;in ha3 been in the hands of Dr.
Josef Mulzer, a notoriously Nazi-
minded judge, who also presided
over the trial of the late Dr. Phil-
ip Auerbach, post-war leader of
German Jewry. When Dr. Ohren-
stein charged Judge Mulzer with
prejudice, the latter could not
deny it and disqualified himself.
Although he was thus no longer
; permitted to deal with the case,
! he went out of his way to assign
Judge Lochner to the trial, disre-
garding- the fact that two other
judges were next on the Munich
roster at that time.
In their pleas before the Su-
But, Rabbi Silver, who is 75,
declared that "Israel is not afraid
should the Arabs decide to start
one. I am certain, however, the
Jewish State will not be the insti-
gator of an armed conflict in the
Near East."
Rabbi Silver based his opinion
on the belief that "both the Rus-
sians and the Arabs fear setting olf
a war in the trouble spot."
The noted spiritual leader was
to have been guest of honor at a
reception Thursday evening in
VValdman's Crown hotel.

preme Court, the Ohrenstein at-
torneys argued that their client
had been entitled, under the Ger-
man constitution, "to be tried by
his lawful judge"
|ad football coach Andy Gus-
li, of the University of Miami,
[present awards at the first
I award- dinner of the B'nai
Youth Organization, it was
unced Wednesday by Al Capp.
|dent of the youth council
consists (if 23 teenage chap-
and a membership of 700
people,
he dinner will be held at Pickin'
kin'. 22nd -t. and Collins ave.,
atunlax evening.
tat place awards will go to
\\ Palm AZA, which won the
football tournament during
\a\] Mason. Second place med-
Ull be Riven to AZA 322.
sited guests to the affair will
\Ae Judge Milton A. Friedman,
Dnal BBVl" Commissioner; Mrs.
i A. Frank Wellins. past District 5
i BBYO chairman; Sidney Efronson.
j Greater Miami BBYO chairman;
i Mrs. Ida Optner, past District 5
| vice president of Women's Grand
i lodge, B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Gerald
Soltz, president, Women's B'nai
B'rith Council, South Florida.
Leo Steinman, president, Men's
B'nai B'rith Council. South Flori-
Ida; Jack Fishman, vice chairman.
Greater Miami BBYO Committee;
and Mrs. Joseph Bermann, treas-
urer, local BBYO Committee.
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PRIORITY FOR UJA
A Statement by the Jewish Agency
IN 1956, American contributors to Israel causes face an unprecedented
challenge to their understanding and their generosity.
The people of Israel, faced with the gravest threat to their security
since the Arab invasion of 1948, are forced to devote all their resources
to coping with their precarious position.
They find it impossible to continue the substantial financial con-
:ribution they have been making to the absorption of emergency
immigration. The full burden of bringing the refugees to Israel from
North Africa, of caring for them, housing them, establishing them in
agricultural settlements and development areas, must inevitably fall
upon philanthropic funds. THE MOST IMPORTANT OF THESE IS
THE UNITED JEWJSH APPEAL.
In the past year and a half, tens of thousands of Jews who felt
themselves in peril in North Africa have found haven in Israel. But at
least 100,000 more have applied to the Jewish Agency for prompt
emigration and are awaiting their chance to go. Whether or not they
will have that opportunity depends on the results of UJA's 1956
campaign.
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SPECIAL FUND FOR NOTH AFRICAN IMMIGRATION
Faced with greatly increased needs, the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
has set a dual goal for 1956: the provision of greatly increased sums
for vast programs of vital humanitarian activities in Israel and in
areas of danger and distress for Jews overseas, requiring $105,283,435,
and, in addition, the raising of a SPECIAL SURVIVAL FUND OF
$25,000,000 PLUS for the immigration and absorption in Israel of
North African refugees.
If these vitally important goals are to be achieved, UJA must
have priority over all other campaigns for Israel causes. UJA must
have first call on the generosity and efforts of the American Jewish
community. The challenge of 1956 can be met effectively only through
greatly increased support of the regular UJA drive plus great extra
contributions to UJA'S SPECIAL SURVIVAL FUND OF $26,000,000 PLUS.
There are other authorized agencies with established records of
constructive effort in Israel that are entitled to support from the
American public. However, none of thtm surpass the pre-eminence
of the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL. On occasion new campaigns have
been launched by individuals and organizations which have put forth
claims not always warranted by facts and have requested support out
of proportion to their importance.
WHEN IN DOUBT
The Jewish Agency for Palestine, with the approval of the Government
of Israel and in response to requests from organized Jewish com-
munities in the United States, has had since 1949 a Committee on
Control and Authorization of Campaigns. Its 1956 list of authorized
agencies will be published shortly.
Until that time, whenever you are in doubt, write to the JEWISH
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Friday, March 2, 1956____________
During The Week .. .,
By LEO MINDLIN
*
One would have thought that something might
fa investigation by the Senate Foreign Rei-niL
Which Border Does Sir Anthony Mean?
The fears we expressed in this column recent-
ly have born fruit. We said just two weeks
ago: "Failure to recognize the importance of
Russa's most recent invasion there (the Near
East) is like failing to recognize the sudden
arrival of an elephant to share one's dining
table."
Almost immediately thereafter, the Soviet
government served notice on Washington,
London and Paris that she intends to demand
official recognition of her opinion in the moves
now contemplated by the Big Three for peace
between Israel end the Arab nations. Soviet
spokesman went one step further: They termed
the recent Eden-Eisenhower talks "a unilc
measure" without regard to the UN.
Now, Russian reference to the United Nations
is, of course, a move designed to confute all
parties involved. Moscow is not interested in
functioning politically within the UN structure.
It is her classic postion to destroy international
action within the United Nations framework by
promiscuous employment of the veto.
As a matter of record, the Soviet Union is
egually culpable with the West of "unilateral
measures" if one may speak of culpability in
this regard. The fact remains that concerted ef-
forts for peace on the part of power blocs within
the United Nations can considerably enhance
the prestige of the UN without emphasizing its
glaring weaknesses providing the powers in-
volved ere genuinely impressed with a desire
to maintain an unselfish peace and to credit
the world organization rather than themselves
for the results of their endeavor.
The Moscow notice to the Big Three has none
of these earmarks. But it does serve to under-
score the astonishing deficiency inherent in the
recent Eden-Eisenhower talks complete one-
sidedness without regard either to the Soviet
Union's new prestige in the Near East or Israel s
desperate need to survive there; total failure on
the part of both men to assume a power position
different from Moscow's.
The West and the communist world are
vying for Arab friendship, each willing toward
this end to sacrifice the very principles that
characterize them and each demonstrating no
concern over the fate of the Jewish State.
Therefore, the East-West conflict in the Near
East today emerges in light of an unprincipled
struggle for power, with the United States and
Great Britain increasingly assuming the repre-
hensible dictatorial techniques of international
communism, in which goals are uppermost and
people are expendible.
Sir Anthony Eden's report to Parliament on
his return to London recently best illustrate
this point. On the firing line of Labor leader
Hugh Gaitskell's scathing attack against the
Prime Minister's talks with President Eisen-
hower, Sir Anthony came up with this mon-
strously weasel-worded defense: "As we have
repeatedly stated, (we) are ready to help finan-
cially and guarantee agreed frontiers."
The crux here is "agreed frontiers." Does Sir
Anthony mean the frontiers of 1947; the frontiers
of 1949, which the Arabs accepted under the
terms of the Armistice Agreement, following
their defeat in a war they started for the pur-
pose of destroying Israel; or some other fron-
tiers to be hammered out by appeasement-
minded Eden, with Britain the ultimiate victor?
If Washington and London continue to act in
this do-nothing, let's-not-anger-the-Arabs fash-
ion, world aspiration for peace under the
United Nations will be the loser, and Russia will
be the victor. For, in the final analysis, only
Russia and not the West, is interested in chaos
rather than peace.
Dulles' Testimony Apes Arab Viewpoint
Even the most impartial observer can not
fail to express feelings of doubt about Secretary
Dulles' testimony before the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee last week.
Among ethers, one very disturbing aspect of
his testimony relates to Mr. Dulles' vow that
the United States will not be on the side of Israel
should the Jewish State government launch a
preventive war in the Middle East.
Principally, this position continues to cast
suspicion on Israel's repeated declaration of
peaceful intent. In a sense, it further implies
that the Arabs, certainly, can not be expected
to resort to armed aggression.
Coupled with Mr. Dulles' groundless as-
surances that the 18 troublesome tanks in
question will never find their way to Egypt
because of the "insurmountable" desert bar-
rier, one is left with the feeling that Israel is
alone responsible for current unrest in the Near
East.
Apart from this, perhaps the most damaging
remarks made by Mr. Dulles before the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee came in his pre-
fatory statement, where the State Secretary
virtually indicated that the cause for the con-
troversy over the tank shipment to Saudi Ara-
bia derives from internal political considera-
tions.
This can only be construed as meaning that
American Jews are solely responsiblethat
the Administration must pay heed to"pressure
group" thinking for the sake of its aspirations
in the '56 Presidential compaign; while Ameri-
cans generally would otherwise be expected
to go along with any State Department decision
so far as the Middle East is concerned.
Mr. Dulles could have done no greater dis-
service to American Jews, who along with their
fellow citizens are critical of State Department
foreign policy on broad-base, objective terms.
It is the most potent aspect of Arab propaganda
in the United States to insist that our Near East
foreign policy has been consistently predicated
on the dictates of American Jewry.
It hardly behoves Secretary Dulles to repeat
such cynical views least of all before a Senate
Foreign Relations Committee hearing.
weeks investigation by the Senate Foreign Rclati COIne f*W
the shipment of 18 U.S. tanks to Saudi Arabia But i Cmmitl
did: the handwriting was on the wall by the time So r Urs*!
Ind.) interrupted Sen Fulbrigbt's (Dem.-Ark > 35 min ^^l
Secretary of State Dulles to complain: "Are we go in ^""i
blance of a little equity here, and pass the opportune ^'M
questions, or are we just going to continue to ask v,',rou^J
student questions?" nim high.
The fact that Sen. Capcharfs query was. in Itself sb,
student" question did not alter the line of lubsequent '
into one of the Administration's most damaging [aUv 'nVr"
assumption of power in 1953. So far as the immediate i*"'
was concerned, it became apparent by last weekend th *'
Secretary Hoover had made the decision first to consrm ^
ment of tanks and then to cancel it. t0 "*!
But what did not emerge clearly was the fact that H
valiantly andso far as public opinion is concerned-Sllr""'V
remove the burden of ineptitude from where it belonged
the shoulders of President Eisenhower and Secretary Dull ^
done through an intermediarya kind of (nocuous intartnLj
only in Henry James novelsWhite House Dress t^*-Zl
Hagerty. *croar.|
According to Hoover, it was Hagerty who had been resoM*
the brief ban. Now. if that is true, it is a Md commentaRtrntl
ministration that neither wishes to be faced bj
nor chooses to make decisions. Since when do I ril
tlons men lead American diplomacy? As I see it. Hoover'si
worse than the original sin.
We arc In now used to a President who plaj .|f V(,
Used to I State Secretary who is fairly regularly out of tow
in this caae, was on a Bahamas vacation, with the President
in a physical endurance contest somewhere in Georgia Fori
policy decisions to be made under such circumstances is (
to playing Russian Roulette with the destiny of this nation. Frij
secretary to substitute in the absence of either Presidenl
Department leadership is to make a mockery of the trust
tin in by the American people.
*****
ISRAEL HASN'T A THING TO WORRY ABOUTDULLES
It would not be wholly true to indicate that nothing can*
committee investigation. For three major misstatenaMiti ^
emerged as a result of last Friday's testimony. One related to
security. The second directly concerned the troublesome tanol
selves While the third was either a deliberate attempt to 1
public opinion so far as V S.-Soviet relations in the Near Last at]
coined or an example of Secretary Dulles' lack of informatioai
regard e
In the matter of Israel's security, the record of the Senate |
tags, speaks plainly for itself:
"Sen. Sparkman (Dem -Ala): Mr. Secretary, are we to tut
from your answer to Sen Smith (Rep.-N J.) that these reports}
from time to time, that Israel fears extermination, may be unfl
"Secretary Dulles: Well, certainly they may be unfou
and I believe
"Sen. Sparkman: I do not mean the reports. I mean the:
i-clary Dulles: Yas. I think that the fear- are uri
though I admit that if I were in their position, sitting uherei
1 would probably entertain much the same fears
Now, Secretary Dulles' opinion that Israel's f. ,-.
mas be b kej to bis foreign policy in the Neat i But -uchaaj
tion would be, of necessity, too naive. More fundamenl
men! wa a rationalisation for tin- even more shocking posit
"Sen. Smith: ...I am somewhat puttied to m in-tand1
drifted along since 1951 until 1955 to go ahead with those da}
of arm-, and. unfortunately, the shipment comes just at a Utfl
we have devi loped or there has developed this ten-i iu-ss in
Baal. .
Secretary Dulles: Because it was not ordered Senator,!
recently There have been some fairly substantial orders from I
Arabia over the past four or five years ... But thi- |)..rticulari
for the tanks did not come in until shortly before the u'ceaser
granted, last September ... I would like. Senator, n I might. j
point out the fact that tanks which go to the port ol Ihahran.'
these tanks are going, which is on the east coast ol Saudi Arahisd
not get physical!) to Israel. There is no problem here about Una I
ever being usdd against Israel, because the desert make- therr.
ble for those tanks
*
DESERT NO BARRIER TO EGYPTIAN-SAUDI ARABIAN UNITY
Reference was made by Sen. Fulbnght during the hearing-to
Unguished political analyst Walter Lippman. He called Mr. LipT
"an extremely able man." Fact is that Mr. Lippman this week disci
the generally prevalent suspicion in Washington relating to *
tanks, part of a shipment of 36. which will be transferred imijc**
after arrival from Saudi Arabia to Egypt, and declared the entirealj
t" be "a ludicrous but damaging example of what can happen inJ
and complicated government fchen it is not clearly led and an
ministered from the top." Thus. Capitol Hill observer! see noi
cant barrier in the desert, as does Mr. Dulles Indeed. the>_
Saudi Arabian military ambitien as a suitable disguise fr
military ascendancv.
The key here la that Egypt tried some months ago to P"
40 tanks from the United States and was refused: while tM^
order for 3f> tanks has since been consummated. Here, the J I
military pattern beneath the surface of the Arab world t'mer'f.-0.|
relation to the newest victor in the Middle Eastthe Soviet iw
Egyptian and Saudi Arabian armed forces are praotioaK> (
the -ame command, and a significant point to bear in nuw>
Cairo's military mission in Saudi Arabia is larger th*n eveni
Now intelligence reports indicate that Moscow and ('-"r0 n
; secret arrangement whereby Nasser will ultimately je
control over the entire Arab tier, with the Soviet I,m,n *.'r,r$l
pedal favors in Saudi Arabia. This is in agreement with
constitution, which views Egypt as "an integral part <>f the A"
stretching from the Atlantic coast to the Gulf of Persia. ^
In the face of such reports, as well as the cold. not'1"B?r\il|iesl
Die alliance between Egypt and the Communists. Secretarj
tills to B11 ;
"Sen. Fulbnght: Unfortunately, they (the Russians) see (
making progress, and especially in the Middle East, do tnej
Secretary Dulles: I do not think so. I think they niao*
Continued on Page 5 A


Mcff*
2, 1956
+Je*lstfk>rMm
Poga
Powell WiH Receive API Human Relations Award
5A
=4
D. \#
Beach, ha-
nd annual
n
Powell. Mayor of
been awarded
I^eonard L.
Ions Award of
of H'nai
George J. Tali-
uliayor Powell as the
STthV award for 1956,
****. headed by
rSrman. gave recognition
J Powell- uM;.nd.n*
d-Vship an>l contribution to
Tjhuman relations" over
.lV,- Powell has been
lovements to
ninatory practices,
[ ^ State of Florida.
, former Mayor of Miami
n 194"- !l'' |'-'n0(' (h fty
^e'e miking it unlawful to
^discriminator) signs in Mi-
each A similar act was pass-
Lcgisia-
Abcss Foundation in inaugurating
this award in the area of improved
human relations in the State of vancing human relations and de-
Florida." Talianoff stated. "We mocracy in our State a noteworthy
being
believe that through such empha-
sis on the vital importance of ad-
contribution
made."
in itself is
ory board of ADL. Curl
will he Henry Kdwanl
speaker
Schultz.
the Florida State
|in June. 1955, with Mayor na;jona| ADL chairman.
one ol its active sup- ,n p^^g up tho sjKnificance
A. ; -, i president of o{ the award Talianoff stated that
Florida Municipalities League. Nationa| Democratic Legacy
Powell vil irouslji taught Awar(| recipients of tho j^g^^
i Klux Klan and appeared NationaI ADL Award have in.
Kate legislative committees L^^} President Dwight D. Eiscn-
hower. former President Harry S.
Truman. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt,
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, Charles
K. Wilson, and the Ford and Rocke-
feller Foundations and Carnegie
Corporation.
"The Florida Regional ADL
Board deeply appreciates the fore-
sight of Mr. Abess and the Ungar-
bpport legislation to outlaw
vlan. Subsequently, Florida
antirrn-s burning and
ask laws.
award, named for Leonard
banker and civic leader,
Uso honorary chairman of
. ruia regional board, will
Mayor Powell at a
in the Algiers hotel on
noon. Mar. 25. Former
Abe Aronovitz, of the City
rr.i. la-t year's award recipi-
r with Abess and Tal-
will make the presentation
Miami Beach mayor.
function is the annual meet-
the Florida regional advis-
b

U0NAHD ABfSS
Zionist Youth Slate Purim
Ball Sunday Afternoon
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission announces a second
anneal Purim carnival Sunday at
Beth Jacob Congregation. Chair-
man is Rita Tietle.
Outstanding event will be crown-
ing the Queen of all Young Judaea
I groups. Entered as queen so far
| are Dale Engleraan. Learsi Senior
; Judaea; Ila Gerber. Haverim Ju-
jdaeans; Barbara Klein, Ner Tamid;
jElayne Blunilo. Star of David:
'Janice Mamches. Levities; and
Judy Lazarus.
Members on the commission who
planned the carnival are Mrs. Na-
omi Lesowoder, Jerome Gordon.
Rose Gordon. Mrs. Lillian Manlet
and Jerome Schulman, eity direc-
tor of the Zionist Youth Commis-
sion.
tabor Zionists Slate Meeting
Labor Zionist Assembly of
Greater Miami will meet Tuesday
evening. Mar. 8, at Histadrut of-
fice. 600 Lincoln rd., according to
an announcement this week by
' Dr. A
J. Ishlon, president.
at
TIE IFI... JSI SEE IT
Continued from Page 4 A
^ m the la-t tew years, and the proof of it is that this very mo-
loscow. ihey are having to revise their whole program...
stoat they have failed, and they have got to devise new poli-
*
WORLDTRANSFORMNG TRIUMPH TO COMMUNISM'
ecu,, be no greater distortion of fact, especially in light of this
rser F ti"" w Mr l)ul,es of the failure of his Near East policy:
ui.klL ,)ul V()U or did President Eisenhower raise this
J the Russians at Geneva?
ent di? i lle8: d'd not' and t0 thc hest of my knowled8e- ,he
u'p I Pointed out. at that time our information was
t bloc:1 ,1:,(l dr"',Ped the thought of getting arms from thc
l>;>t Mr. Dulles intended for the Senate Foreign Relations
ojmm i A"ui''cans generally, to belu-ve is that Israel sui-
te an3 ,''' ,|j"Wr. "It will take time for the Egyptians to as-
Se. us these new weapons they are netting." he
Qtaiiffhi n lgnorin* ,he facl that State Department intelligence
ratUvt ?' footed- But more important. Mr. Dulles ha> chosen
mislead u- by employing the "high school student" sopor-
UtarK., "" I":,npuvered he Russians when, in point of fact.
K( '< is no* heavily diseased with the power of Soviet m-
testimony in this regard was based on the seven hour
ar.d the t ,- before the 20th Comimmist Party COO-
"^"g everv"0 Khrushchev usurping the role of boss and
final rei >!'n'' '" '"' M if lnero were no such concept as "bon"
suable- K"X "' S,alinist Pcrsonalism; the "war is not fatalistic
rWc<>-exit ,)ron"ncia,nt'nto in opposition to Leninist dogma; the
"> the oln nc and gent,e ch'dng of the United States for "trying
K'h-t n a SDir't "
'nee: "he' '"'' not r*ognize was Khrushchev's definition of co-
Th *"rUI",ransforming complete triumph of Com-
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i^^March^
Recent Pro-Am golf tournament at Westview
country club included (left to right) Morris
Lomaskin, Joseph Weintraub, Pro Sobel,
Sam Snead and Harry Markowitz. Sponsor
of the top social-sporting event here was the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Combined Jewish Appeal Makes Top
Appointments in 'Cleanup' Phase
Abe Kurman, local civic worker Combined Jewish
and ;i leader in Jewish affairs, Appeal "Flyini
has been named chairman ol the Squadron" i"'
-------------------------------- the fifth consecu-
Organization Aid
For CJA Sougt
Organizations were Wednesday
n^ked to give concrete support to
die c. .m In nod Jewish Appeal dur-
ing CJA Month. Mar. 1 to 31. both
in recruitment of volunteers and
in aiding the plus-giving phase of
the drive.
Campaign chairman Sam Hciman
thi* week sent a personal message
to each Jewish club and organiza-
tion, in the Greater Miami area
urging that, during the month of
March, they stress the urgency of
this year's campaign.
(innips were also urged to sub-
mit a list of all their meeting dates
between Mar 1 and Apr. 15. indi-
cating place and time of the sched-
uled meeting.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
Speakers' Bureau is prepared to
ride a "package program." con-
siatlnj of a film and speaker which
focuaea attention on the Israel cm
la and the need for united effort
tu achieve campaign success.
Meanwhile. Rabbi Leon Kronish,
of Temple Beth Sholom. and Eman-
uel Tropp. assistant director of the
IGreater Miami .Jewish Community
(enter have been named to head
the important Community Services
Division of the Combined Jewish
1 Appeal, which includes all persons
engaged in health, welfare, educa-
FRED SANDLER
Local insurance
Man in Confab
I.id A. Sandier, leading Miami
rej sentative ol the Metropolitan
Life Insurance Company, partici-
pated in a three-day business con-
nee with president Frederic W.
Ecker and other officials of the
COI ai J the Hollywood Beach
1 this week.
Last year, Sandier, who lives at
1753 sw 23rd St., placed among
thi top 12" in life insurance sales
out of a total ol over 22.000 Metro-
politan ticld representatives in the
and Canada.
He is connect l with the mm-
yne district offici
iW 3rd ave.
Asfor in One-Man Show
mi artist M. B Astor current-
ly is exhibit i ne-man show
Mayfair Art 'l I Vstor
j- noted in civic ternal cir-
bere.
fun Fiesta' Aim
To Push Campaign
Past $1,250,000
The biggest report meeting of
the Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
ii has been transformed into a
"Fun Fiesta" dinner meeting on
Wednesday evening, Mar. 7. at the
Algiers hotel
"Our aim on Mar. 7 is to push
the campaign total past the 1955
mark of $1,250,000," said John N.
Serbin, chairman of the Business
and Professions Division. His unit
was responsible for boosting the
total over the million dollar mark
at a report meeting last week.
There is an optimistic feeling
among top-level campaign leaders
that, if (he 1955 quota can be sur-
passed on Mar 7. this year's CJA
goal of $1,725,000 will be scored
by the end ol March.
A new quota of S30.000 was an-
nounced Wednesday in the com-
munities 'it Miami, Coral Gables,
South Miami. Hialeah Miami
Springs, Homestead, Ops Locka,
North Dade, North Miami Beach
! municipalities on the
Miaim side of the Bay.
Biggest im n ected
in the Winter Residents Division,
il Merchant
and : ips, Surprise
also
i tl W om< -inn. fol-
lowing their record imashing fund
raising event at Luncheon Unlimit-
ed on 1 '( b. 29.
KUKMAH
live year.
"The -Flying
Squadron" is
- m a 11 compact
committee which
i> assigned to
cover the diffi-
cult and hard-to-
reach prospects.
These include
businessmen with unusual office
hours, prospects who ask for spe-
cial appointments or conferences.
' and others requiring the personal
\ attention of top echelon campaign
leadership.
Kurman has been president of
the Jewish Home for the Aged for
several years, serves on Federa-
tion's board of governors and the
executive committee and has earn-
ed the nickname "Little Dynamite"
from scores of his fellow workers
and friend>.
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An organizational 'iUB,i
the division has been S
Friday noon lh^N
ces of Federation.
Forest in Afoson'j Me-J
Friends of the late AbrahT/
son met last week to J
Abraham Mason Merr^fL
in Israel through the Jewisi]
tional Fund. Mason, who JT
*ome two weeks ago. ,* '
communal leader.
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session are CJA chairman, Sam Heiman, Whitebrook and
co-chairman Sanford Levkoff. Standing are Ray Redman
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*g!g Page 7 A
Continued from P.9* 1 A
w0fnd s5fl.ooo.oo beginning
i, "i non-military
IS in n^half of its ci-
nopulati'-n-'*
fSSerl A Fnedmanex-
" .ice chairman of uja,
i out that the S28.500.000
hpre Sunday was in response
ear's lw goal campaign,
HUN ,rih,("ld '-
and $0,300-
I over and
jontributioi for the Ap-
gpedal Survival Fund.
i has I coal
5283,4 ,nc m1'
p aettli '!l;,n' and rc'
that arc car-
.,, Appeal's constituent
Ib i :urope, Moslem
ries and the United States.
are the
I, Joint is-
and New
Association I r New Amer-
Priedman termed it
I and imperative" that all
. 'now come forward in the
[spirit of high generosity and
[,r demonstrated here today."
j pry concei n and ordinary
ne" "cannot and
t mec l xtraordinary
[;ja i head pointed
-near!' 2.000.000 lives are
directly and indirectly in
, ; this year's cam-
Israel p ipulation of
0 mn-t of all."
Variety Show Sunday
Variety show under the direction
of Jerry Rothbard will be present-
ed at a meeting of the Golden Age
Friendship club Sunday afternoon,
Mar 4, at the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, 450 SW
16th ave.
Picon Musical
Held Over Here
With the English-Yiddish music-
al laugh-riot, "Farblonjete Honey-
moon" such an overwhelming suc-
cess, Roosevelt theater officials
this week revealed that the play is
being held over "by popular de-
mand."
Starring Mollyn Picon, "Farblon-
jete Honeymoon" comes here fol-
lowing a 16-week run at the
Brooklyn Palace theater.
The play is directed by Miss
Picon's husband, Jacob Kalish
Others in the cast include Beta
Salzman, Jacob Susanoff, Gertrude
Stein. Rose Greenfield and Bar-
bara Travis.
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c5
Modern dancers will present Bloch's "Schelomo" at the an-
nual Jewish Music Festival. Directed by Eugenie Schein,
dance instructor at the Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, the dance group consists oi (left to right) Seda Khoyan,
Robert Rappaport and Jeanette Hunt Function, part oi a na-
tional yearly observance under the aegis of Jewish Welfare
Board, is slated for Sunday evening at Temple Israel.
Cantor Seif on Program Sunday
Trees Planted in
Honor of Rabbi
Cantor Abraham Seif, of Knc-
eth Israel Congregation, will be
among principal participants in
auditorium.
City of Miami
puijwi sSk fpt* in*
bbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
IICKIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Pbooe JE 13j95
this community's
observance of
National Jewish
Music Month on
Sunday evening.
Mar. 4, at Temple
Israel.
From a long
line of scholarly
families. Cantor
Seif formerly
served as cantor *"'
in Lemburg, Bratislava and
Prague.
Since his arrival here, he has
studied at the University of Miami
City of Miami acting as sponsor. schoo, o{ music He is g member
PBdtr ** *?*?. *' I of the Greater Miami Cantors' As-
sociation.
Concert Will Salute Latin City
University ol Miami Sym- be the host community this year.
Orchestra, .li'hn Bitter, con- as the complete performance of
will offer its third musical, the orchestra will be tape reconl-
to a Latin American cityed and later aired over radio sta-
i Mar 11th, under the su- tions of Quito, Eduador. In 1954,
kirn of the I'nited States In- the first such salute was aime>l
iic.n Agency, at the Miami; toward the people of Caracas, Ve-
t nezuela, and last year's tribute was
Beaoh will P*d k* Paz- Bolivia, with the
.
More than 250 people assembled',
last Sunday at Congregation Beth'
El to enjoy Purim program in
which children of Beth El Hebrew
Academy and the Hebrew and Sun-
day schools participated.
Surprise feature of the program'
was the presentation of a garden
of trees planted in Israel in honor
of Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth Kl.
They also planted ten trees in hon-
or of Harry Goldberg, educational
chairman of the Hebrew and Sun-
day schools.
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Brahms, sung by soloists Eileen
Farrell, soprano. Walter Cassel.
baritone, and the University of
Miami chorus of 100 voices.
During intermission, a special
salute to Quito will be presented
on Sunday night. Dr. H. Franklin
Williams, vice president and direc-
tor of community affairs for the
university, will be master of cere-
monies.
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Labor Leader Max Gaft
To Speak at Workmen's Circle
Open forum of Workmen's Cir-
cle Branch 692 will hold its sixth
-i'--ion in a series. "Topics of Our
Times." Friday evening.
Guest speaker will be well-
Vnnwn lah^r leader from New
York Max Gaft.
lie is president of Farhand an'!
co-editor of the labor weekly, !><.
Vecker."
Theme of the session WftJ he:
"The International Labor Move-
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Lecture will take p'ace at the
Workmen'! Circle Lyceum, 25
uington ave.
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State Department 'Explains' its Bow to Egyptian Blacklist
Continutd from Pag* 1 A
but the price of shipping it are borne by American
taxpayers. ..
Except for an additional 4.000 tons bwgM
through normal commercial channels the 55.000 ton
iK'iit i- a 4.000.000 dollars Rift ot the I S puD-
lie under provisions of the Mutual Security Act the
it pointed OUt. And since ship- goinf I" I
101 allowed to continue on to Israel ship owners
e been askingand getting $2 to S3 more per
tnn for partial cargo than the going rate.
The first wheat shipment9.500 tons -left Nor-
folk ..n Feb. 18 aboard the S.S. Dido owned ly the
Break Ground for
New Miami Bank;
Opening Due June 1
Officials from live municipali-
ti. and from Dade county partici-
pated late last week in ground-
king ceremonies for the new
S2.200.Q00 Miami National Bank
~t st. and Biscayne blvd.
Louis E. Goldman, president oi
the new hank, m welcoming the
gue&ts, pointed out that "when the
ptroll r ot currency approved
the torn tion oi this bank, he did
so in recognition oi an existing
need for such an institution in this
community." He predicted an era
ol growth and prosperity in the
area.
DOUglas MacVicar, chairman of
the Dade Counts Commission, turn-
ed the firs! spade full ol earth for
iho half-million dollar structure.
Also participating were Dade
'. i net Hugh Pet
State Ri lives G
I, Clifl Hern II and Jack Orr;
mi i it) < ommissioners Geori e
reiul and Otis Shiver; Mayor
Arlis I. Nimmo, oi El Portal; Mayor
chiuen. <>i Miami Shores;
or Dan Diefenbach, oi North
Miami Beach.
Board oi director- lor the new
Miami National Bank include Har-
old Thurman, chairman, and .lack
earner. Martin Von Zamft, Ge
Coury, -lack Muravchkk, Lewis If.
Adam-. Leonard Bur-ten and Jay
M( rton.
The hank, which 1- expected to
open about June 1, ha- the lai
init al capital ever authorized lor
a Florida hank, Goldman said.
Fifth Steamship Co. of New York, the Po-t stated
It said it- Information was confirmed b> Hassan
Abdul Hamid Hassan, Commercial Sece.ary o the
Egyptian Embassy The real of the c..r,.. n be
.hipped iron, Eastern port-- by the l ol tin
month. Mr. Hassan said.
The Department oi Agriculture. **M*r:
nounced that additional wheat km been made
available to Egypt Egypt was authorized . worth of wheTapprwumatelj MWMJOO hoshela. un-
j;" he expanded agmment. The Departmem made
Sown the Egypt would be included ^ a ew pro-
gram to expand D.S. wheat and ** im..i.i.t
export- ________________
Warren Vows More
Florida Progress
Former Florida Gov. Fuller War-
ren announced thil week that he
will again run for the gubernatorial
office.
In Tallahassee from 1949 to
1953. Warren outlined a 47-point
platform, explaining that his de
ci-ion to run again for office was
made 'because I feel it i- my duty.
I think He (God) endowed me with
some special capacity to govern
tin- -tate." he declared.
Bryan Mack. Miami busine
consultant and former newspaper
editor, will be Warren's state cam-
n manager Elliott C. Newell,
Melbourne banker, will be state
treasurer, and Don Petit, former
publisher of The Tallahassee Cap-
ital Post, will serve a- assistant
manager and public relations ad-
visor.
Some of Warren's platform
planks include the following: Dade
county has never had a man in the
governor's chair; a promise that
a Dade countian would be given the
first appointment to the State Su-
preme Court if a vacancy occurs;
tighter law enforcement, especial-
ly cracking down on illegal gam-
bling.
Support for home rule amend-
ment giving Dade county an op-
portunity for metropolitan self-
government: closed bridges to
speed traffic flow during peak
"the
-4i
(hours; catwalks for fisher
pedestrians on bridges-
Pay for policemen andfa
Warren pointed t0
Warren administration"
what he indicated was ...
greatest progress" and vo2
greater progress during -J
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Miami City Commissioner George DuBreiul and County Com-
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for the new Miami National Bank as bank president Louis E.
Goldman looks on. The building for the new bank, to be
located at 81st st. and Biscayne blvd., will cost S500.000.
Youth Division ot Combined Appeal Steps Up Activities
Youth Division ot the Combined
Jewish Appeal is stepping up its
campaign activities in all religi ius
school-, according to an announce-
ment Wedncsdaj by Louis
Sc-hwart/man. executive director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Following closely upon the heels
of a wceassful aiebeft rally held
at the Bureau of Jewish Education
bldg., attended by nearly 200 dele-
gates from all schools, announce-
ment is made of a final delegate's
Centerenea on Sunday morning.
Mar. 11.
Money for Fees and
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Quick.action for worthy propositions.
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^Morchj^
i Cross Drive
Ur Way Here
? Red CW i56 campaign
,5th a specif appeal to vol-
LTwbowUIgive a lew hours
C"ir lime soliciting contnbu-
I. P Evans, Red Cross chap-
fl airman, and Mrs. William
1 chairman of the WWOen^ di-
L ooint "l 'hat ,)0,h men
Lwnare invited to give a
|h0Urs f their time. Men and
1 volunteer^ will be assign-
heir own neighborhood! [or
lenience. Volunteers may so-
C hour> suitable to them-
, an added help and conveni-,
thev are Riven cards with
1 ami addresses of prospec-
Icontriluitor- or are assigned.
lall areas with which they are
pr.
L of the nice things about
,rk. Evans declared,
k,i you .ire working with oth-
K^spirited people like vour-
i:r,i you'll find it a congenial
almost everyone
. money to Red Cross
enerous
o many mil-
[wto need help. We believe
enjoy your activity as
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JUDGE SAY PIARSOH
Ige Pearson Will
i Circuit Bench
hltJu; I earson quill-1
f ek as a candidate to |
r h|r!:- ircuit Judge,1
[ wenth Judicial Circuit
prida. Pearson was appointed
oi the court of crimes on
1953. by the late Gov. Dan
I]
Jwa" elect,..! to I full four-!
Ilerm as judge of the court
Imesin i95n without OppOSl
l"nJan 9. 1956, .|dne Pear-
I Wted to the circuit
LeRoy Collins, as a
f f the recent population cen-
Fj* m Dade county.
* m South Dade 'county, he
>un Of Dr. and Mrs. I T
r f 17 M-: 59th st. Dr!
fMow retired, was for many
I connected with the public
"-Hem. Judge Pearson is
r ,0 the former Georgia
FM lives with his w.fe
Mfh('n Dade, at 640 NE
iLlr'V'" ls ;' ri"ate of
t"u,-"> "i Florida and re-
Don Alfonso, noted orchestra
leader and composer, is cur-
rently appearing in the Pnri-
sienne room of the Marseilles
hotel.
ceived his law degree from the
University "f Miami. He practiced
for some years with the law firm
of Shutts. Bowen, Simmons. Pre-
vatt and Julian, prior to his ele-
vation to the bench. He has been
active in many civic affairs.
He is a former president of the
Miami Junior Chamber of Com-
merce and the Dade County Bar
Association. Junior Section. He is
now serving as a director of the
Miami Lighthouse for the Blind
and the Young Men's Christian As-
sociation. Judge Pearson is chair-
man of the board of trustees of
Grace Methodist Church and has
been an active member of this
church for 23 years. He is a direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Council
of Churches.
An Army veteran of World War
II. Pearson served overseas for
two years and was awarded the
Silver Star, participating in four
battle campaigns in Europe. He
entered the sen ice as a private and
was discharged with the rank of
captain.
In 1953, Judge lVaiMin was
chasm "outstanding young man"
in Dads county and in 1964 the
Florida State Junior Chamber of
Commerce named him "as one of
the five noal mi tat anil ing young
men in the State of Florida "
He i< vice president of the Uni-
versity of Miami Alumni Associa-
tion and secretary of the organiza-
tional committee of the Inter-
American Cultural and Trade Cen-
ter, now called Interama. He is a
member of American I.egion. Mi-
ami Kiwanis club and University
club.
Hudson Announces
For Constable
W. M. "Newt" Hudson announc-
ed Wednesday that he will seek re-
election for his fourth consecutive
term as constable, District 1. Dade
county.
The veteran Hudson is complet-
ing his 12th year as constable in
the largest district in Dade county
and the largest populated district
in the State. Hudson -u>s his of-1
fiee reflects "ihe tremendous
growth and development of Dade (
county, lor while m.v office han-
dles more eases both civil and
criminal than any other in the
State, the number of cases handled
in 1955 represents a 20 percent in- \
crease over 1954."
According to his supporters. ]
Hudson, in the past years. "nas
been especially conscious of the
juvenile >.>,< present in the
county and h worked iii close
harmony with the juvenile court."
They sa] eo sponsor of
the leeislaiun lost created the
small ei.. n's ui the State
sod ihe present effective bad
check law. "Me also was instru-
mental in paving the way for pa
ing the bills that took the justices
ol the peace and constables off the
fee system in Dade county."
Huc'yon is married, has three
children and two grandchildren
and resides with his family at 4000
NW 11th avc. He attended River-
side Military Academy and Mercer
University Law School. He is a
member of the board of stewards
of the Floral Park Methodist
Church and is active in the Lions
club. Optimist club. Elks club, Ma-
sonic bodies, Woodmen of the
World, sponsor of a local Boy Scout
troup and the 17th Avenue Manor
Improvement Association.
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freedom as well as to their religi-
ous life. Finally, to do all within
the limits of our capacity, to help
those countries in the develop-
ment of their resources, raising
their standard of living. That is
the policy to which we will
to adhere in the Middle East."
New Underwriters
Group Formed
A new agency joined the ranks
of insurance underwriters recently
with the formation of the Sun,
Insurance Agency. 1944 SW 8th st,]
Miami.
Clifford S. Perlman, Miami ,
Beach attorney, will serve as the
agency's president.
Samuel Jacobson. well known
Miami insurance man [or more
than a decide, his been appointed
vice president and agent for the
newly-formed agency, while the
Offices of secretary and treasurer
will Ik- headed by Bernard B. Shin-
derman, president of the Shinder-
man Corporation of Florida.
The agency is equipped to un-
derwrite virtually every type of
insurance.
Purim Carnival Sunday
Hnal preparations are unrler
way for the annual junior Purim
! carnival to be held at Beach Branch
of Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center on Sunday afternoon,
Mar. 4.
listen to
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Monday thru Friday 4:30 p.m. on
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Largest Listening Audience
Services for Flo
Capland, Dead at 44
Services for Mrs. Florence (Flo)
Capland, 44. of 3450 North Meri-
dian ave., Miami Beach, who died
Sunday in a hospital, were Tuevlay
morning in Riverside-Beach Mem-
orial Chapel. Alton rd. Burial was
in Woodlawn Park.
Mrs, Capland had been a resi-
^_ dent ol the Mia-
mi area for 30
years and was
associated with
Florence Designs,
of which she was
or^ani/e-
She was volun-
teer chairmaa in
the Greater Mia-
mi Jewish Fed-
eration, a mem-
ber of the planning board of
National Cottndl Of Jewish Women,
of Hadassah. and was for three
years supervisor in the Mt. Sinai
Jubilee.
Mrs Capland i- survived by her
husband, William; a daughter. Jan;
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Besviniek, Miami Beach; thro
Mis Bessie Chisling, M
Beach, and Mrs. Sophia Kirk and
Mrs. Charlotte Feuer. Miami: a
brother. Dr Sidney Besviniek,
Miami.
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Beach.
A member of the Sassoon fami'y.
of Baghdad and India, which has
been known lor its wide conimei
eial and philanthropic activities in
the British Empire for over a cap
tury, he is a rabbinic authority and
author of numerous works in Eng-
lish and Hebrew.
Rabbi Sassonof is attending BOT
ices at Beth Israel Congregation.
Dinner for Dr. Millgram
On Monday, Mar. 5. a dinner
welcoming Dr. Abraham E. Mill-
igram, executive director of the
. National Commission on Jewish
Education of the United Synagogue
of America, will be held at the
Royal Hungarian restaurant.
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Parables Get at the Root of the Truth for Most People
Abraham Lincoln liked to toll
stories. But they wore not Tories
just told for the mere pleasure of
telling. They were illustration-,
parables, intended to elucidate
the truth. Thus, when the ques-
tion came up at the end of the
Civil War of what was to be done
about Jefferson Davis. President
of the Confederacy, he told the
story of the man who had sworn
off drinking but would not be
averse if someone "unbeknownst
to himself" put some liquor in his
glass. It was Lincoln's way of
Baying that ho hoped Jefferson
Davis would succeed in escaping
the country.
The men of the Talmud wore
addicted to parables. The Talmud
explains the use of a parable with
a parable. "There is water in the
bottom of a well." Myi the Tal-
mud, "but how are you to reach
it? You take a string and tie it
to the bucket and so you may cot
to the water." In the same way
a parable helps you visualise the
situation more graphically and so
you may more successfully attain
the truth.
The Bible contains many para-
bles. One of the most famous is
the one which the prophet tells
King David about the rich man
who robbed the poor man of his
one ewe lamb.
Lincoln once said that he know
that many of those whom he call-
ed hvpercritical looked down
upon his habit of telling stories,
hut the experience of a long life
had taught him, he said, that the
common people, hy and lai
were better instructed by a bro.nl
illustration, than by any other
method.
Lincoln, as far as style went.
WtS Strongly influenced by the
Bible Whether his use of the
parable can be traced to tin-. I
don't know, but certainly they
are in the Jewish tradition.
One oi his biographers tolls us
that on the night ol his Bssin*-
tion. talking to his wife in the
expec'ation of retiring from the
Presidency, he spoke of going on
a world tour and specifically
mentioned that he would like to
visit Jerusalem.
I have just been reading the
Memoirs' of Mr. Truman
where he speaks ol advice he re-
ceived from State Department
officials. Almost to a man they
were in favor of the Arabs Whj '
Simply for materialistic reasons
Arab numbers and Arab oil.
No one semed to think for a mo-
ment of the glory that was Jeru-
salemthe glory that the Jews
had fashioned. Mr. Lincoln want-
ed to visit Jerusalem, too, but it
was not oil that interested him
and it was not the hope ot getting
the Mufti or any other such fig-
ure into an American alliance.
He was looking for the Jerusalem
of the prophets, not of the profits.
11 am of course not including Mr.
Truman himself in this statement
about the State Department dur-
ing Ins administration.)
Today, it seems to me. most of
our loaders think more of profits
than prophets. Maybe our think-
ing needs some kind of spur. May-
be a parable or two might help.
Take the parable of the ewe
lamb. Does it not apply as well to
the Arab-Israel situation'.' The
Arabs wore given a whole host of
countries after the waralmost
without fighting. In fact, in the
last war their sympathies were
mostly on the enemy side. Syria,
Lebanon. Iraq, Jordan, Yemen-
all were given their independence
on a gold platter and all the Jews
got was a part of their ancestral
Palestineless than one percent
of the land area of the Middle
Eastsurely nothing more than
one ewe lamb. And yet some of
our leaders, if they could, would
take it away. Mr. Eden has in
fact expressed himself as desir-
ing to cut off part of tWls little
ewe lamb and "giving it to the
Arabs although they don't seem
to show too much ability to han-
dle what they've got.
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New Group -- American Friends of Israel -- Raises Questions
Curiosity pervades Jewish cir-
cles following the announcement
by the "Montor group" that their
organizationThe American
Friends of Israel------is ready for
nationwide action. I have been
queried from all sides as to what
is the nature of the action
planned by this group. Is it finan-
cial? Is it based on mass mem-
bership? Mr. Montor is mum on
this subject.
However, other executive mem-
bers of his group claim that they
have no really concrete program
of action yet. Almost every mem-
ber of the newly-formed execu-
tive is said to have his own idea
of the kind of work the organiza-
tion should bo engaged in. In fact.
some of the leaders of the group
are still inviting suggestions on
this matter. Many views have yet
to be discussed before the policy
of the organization is formulated
and its program clarified.
It can be Gathered, however,
that for the present the organiza-
tion will not seek mass member-
ship and will probably concen-
trate on public relations activi-
ties. Meanwhile. Zionist groups
in this country resent the fact
that Peter Bergson one time
leader of the defunct Hebrew
1 mmittee for National Libera-
tionhas made a new appear-
ance on the American-Jo.vi-h
scene as leader of another organ-
ization. Mr Bergson is an Israeli
citizen and a former member of
the Israel Parliament.
The Israel Government has ap-
parently been embarrassed by his
forming of an organization in the
United States. Furthermore,
leading American Zionists feel
that the functions which Mr.
Bergson's new organization has
undertaken to fulfill are ably
carried out by existing American
Zionist bodies. They claim that
the establishment of a new body
by Mr. Bergson will only create
confusion and thus prove harm-
ful to Israel's interests in this
country.
Mr. Bergson has indicated that
he has applied for United States
citizenship.
If this is the case, he still has
to wait a number of years before
he is naturalized. Whether he
has. in the meantime, given up
his Israeli citizenship is not clear.
* *
You may think that "an apple
day keeps the doctor away' i-
an American proverb. But look
up the Zohar, Jewish scholarly
work written in the 13th century,
and you'll find the same proverb
there. It read- Sweet apples
are a remedy for almost every
ailment."
HfNffr MONTOK
the Chief
NEVER PLEAD GUILTY: Tha Story of Jako Ehrlich. Bv j
Noble and Bernard Averbuch. 306 pp. New York- C.
A Cudahy. $3.50. h,rr*-
By HILARY MINDLIN
IF YOU'VE NEVER murdered someone in San Francisco I
not know of Jake Ehrlich. In and around the Golden Gate ril
ever, his name is legend to thousands of non-murderous resid
the American underworld and its sister in shenanigans, tb
world, as well as to scores of Joe Citizens in between. Among |
he is called the "master." His record of defending fifty-six
murderers without losing one to the death penalty is p^
legend. So is his funeral black "Bar Mitzvah" suit, always sn,
the last day of a big trial, his snowy, constantly changed Hna
rash of "eighty million bumps" which breaks out over his skm ta
climax of a tough case, and his collection of bizarre and beautiM j
linksa proper set for every case.
As California's most colorful and most successful criminal I
Jake Ehrlich has represented jazzman Gene Krupa when
drummed up a hot marijuana beat; Sally Rand when the
prudery broke over San Francisco; movie queen Madge Bellamy"*]
role of a woman scorned behind a loaded gun; Billie Holiday, J
the narcotics blues; Howard Hughes' "The Outlaw," when &\
up by the censors.
Less well known but just as deeply in trouble were Jean I.
the pathetic prostitute who killed the thing she loved most;
Cline, who did away with so many Mrs. Clines he got one body |
and whose only communique to Ehrlich, his attorney, read,'
please get me four packages of chewing gum, ten air mail.
a subscription to the Christian Science Monitor?"; and Gertnidil
ris, who wanted to be executed and did her best to help the j
tion.

AUTHORS NOBLE AND AVERBUCH, both West-coast jou
have chosen to present the case for Jake Ehrlich by detailing 1
fifteen of his best-known trials. One of the most interesting, j
its own way, one of the most important, was the case of 11
who had been sent to see Hitler, had not been paid (or her;
was suing her employer, Nazi Consul General in San rrancj
Wiedemann. The case was called on June 9, 1941; America's]
treaty with Germany was still on the books. Jako lost the
exactly one week later, the allegations of Nazi espionage ro|
Ehrlich had tarred Weidemann were picked up by the US.i
ment. With the feathers dusted off. Undersecretary of State I
Welles' ultimatum to the Hitler government read: "It has
the knowledge of this government that agencies of the Geroa|
in this country, including German consular establishments,
engaged in activities wholly outside the scope of their
duties ... I am directed ... by the President that all I
consular offices ... be closed and officers returned."
Ehrlich was jubilant. "That's all I was trying to tell
chortled. (By the way, Nazi Fritz was reported riding high,1
ugly" in 1952in Cairo.)
Another chapter of Ehrlichiana concerns hi- phenomenal]
knowledge. Once Jake and Georgie Jessel were disputing
Jessel was sure a certain passage was not in the Bible and
stated: "You will find it in the New Testament." "The Newl
ment!" Jessel shrieked. "My God, what won't they think of
"Never Plead Guilty" is good reading. Journalistic
have conspired to tell the story of a man who is a criminal
the old stylea showman, pulling the strings of pity or anger I
client. He brings to the law one of its most needed accesf
steel-trap mind.
SAUL i Mlsox
Russia in Levant to Stay Whether Big Three Likes it or
XI El A LASKY
Israelis Remain Very Calm These Days
When you walk along Jerusa-
lem's main thoroughfares, or sit
in a crowded cafe or bus and
listen to other people's conversa-
tions, you find that most of thorn
talk about the Arabs. Often you
can't understand their language,
but the noun Arab is the same in
all languages, and that word is on
everybody's lips all the time, not
frettingly, just plain puzzled.
Not believing that Egypt and
the other Arab states will launch
into a suicidal "second round."
they are discussing how else ten-
sion in the area can be reduced.
They're not afraid of war, and
there certainly is no scare of any
kind. Not even Jerusalemites,
who went hungry during the 1948
siege, are hoarding food, and peo-
ple are planning their life for
months ahead. If you want to go
abroad this summer, you have to
book now for cheaper bertha on
ships, and many have done to
Various hotels in holiday centers
are already well booked for the
Passover Festival.
Reports that countless prospec-
tive tourists have cancelled their
visits to Israeland some also
to Arab statescome as a shock
to the people here. They can't
quite understand it. It's only the
papers that spread uneasiness,
frontier incidents, after all, have
been the order of the day for
years now, as the Arabs want to
keep tension high by almost daily
incursions, shootings, mining and
other forms of attack. In the
frontier settlements they have
long gotten used to ploughing
with rifles slung over their
shoulders.
There wasn't a peep out of the Kremlin in 1950
when Britain, the United States and France i
lrom London their Tripartite Declaration "guaran-
teeing'' the Israel Aral) borders and arms balance.
MOSCOW wai too busy then elsewhere. Korea was ol
immediate concern. Communist consolidation on the
< hina mainland had hmh priority. Indo-China's
cauldron was boiling. In Europe, the German prob-
lem look a UK oi attention, an Austrian treaty
seemed tar away, Yugoslavia'! revolt against the
Cominform was severe headache, and the Balkan
situation was aggravated for Russia by the loss ,,|
Greece Tin USSR couldn't bother about the Middle
East. But that was 1950.
Now ib years later, many of those problems have
, been liquidated or shelved. Now, Soviet interests m
[the Middle East could be brought into focus. And
they have been. Willy-nilly, Russia >> in the I
Fast now. And all the Queen's h'irs,'--r" ,
by the inept Sir Anthony Edenand all U*
pawns manipulated by John Foster I)ullJ*!Jl
Russia out of the Near East again. The orw
as well face it. The Red Sea might never
red lake or the Mediterranean I nupnj
waterwaybut the Suez Canal is no lo
solely for the West, the Baghdad pact has
empted by the Czechoslovakian-Kuyptian an
and if the partners to the "Tripartiter re T
mit Moscow to membership, they ma>
1950 London Declaration as meaning- a.
die Fast sections of the Declaration l^uro-
later in Washington when Eden "m*,",n!|
to take a bite out of Israel and lost n
instead.
MELTON i till UMAX
Arab League Boycott Makes Merchants Hot Under Colla
The Arab League's anti Jewish bovcott of U S
firms has made merchants so hot under the collar
that shirts containing Egyptian cotton are being
shunned An informal counter boycott is emerging
aimed against textiles containing long staple J
tian cotton. Egypt's main source of U S dollars
Some haberdashers and other storekeepers have
S I*-**" or summer merchandise con
taming Egyptian cotton. Such merchants s.y they
Egypt has bluntly warned the State Department
that any marked reduction in the "" rf,
tian cotton America permits to be iw a
mean the end of American-Egyptian im
Egyptian diplomats, concerned about in (
cotton production, conveyed this warning
Prochnow, U.S. Deputy Undersecretary o
Economic Affairs. American cotton r^T<
reason why the United States should ma
aions to a country like Egypt which bas
with Soviet Russia against American in"
Near East.


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AiliiiiiiiMtr.itm ..I the
Estate of
Mi ?Kills R< >kk\. I).
WKP.MAN WKP.MAN
Attorney! for Batati
:i J-9-11
aiOWUM D1XON U:l:
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
KtyncE iiTh^bToiven
Hi. ,i, ; ,,,
that
fft.. Miami, i m.i. i
iendatn rerlati |
1 larl ni ii,,. ,
Lounty, n
JOSEPHINE v
let
ly, Florida I
''mi i uf Dade
BAVA8
NOTIFIED
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37290
In Re: ESTATE OK
JACOB sn.YKItMAN. Deceased
'i i. ah Creditor! and \n l'i i lone Hav-
ing ('Inline "i Demand' Asalnel Bald
Kb late:
rou i h ..f you, a
n<>tirti->i an.I i..|iiir.ii to present any
rlalroa and deinanda which y
either of you, nan have .mam-' the
state of lA.iii: SI l.VKUM a N de.
I late ni
to tlli- I Im. I Oil i ii t v .1 :.lj-
i 'nil i taunt). and fll< tin
I heir < mty Court
;n I i i I. Count la. within
i Ii mi.it- 'i i iriii ri>.iii th. date of the
s.i ..i claiaoa
in demand! to contain the lea ,
j dres! of the claimant and I
to ami |_ ,,i
sam<- ill be ban Date I -. A I 19
h vi: \ll SIIA'ERM VN,
\ilmininttm11 ii ..i th.
Will and T.-Htn-nent ..f
I M nit M l.VKUM AN
M \'- MKRMKLL
AI t..i in % for Vain inlatrati Ix
_ 17-14
JOHNSON, HiVENMON* PKItRV
ihlne N -
B) Bmanuel Uevenaon, ..f r
1. -14 1 _
NOTICE
Ni ITICB

UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i HERERT C.IVBN thai
name with the Clerk"of' the
1 "-"" Couri of na.i,: County, Plortdi
'Ai OB .1 n.M.I.KMiniii.'
fflffTRKP" wam.enSorf
WILLIAM V. KIRK
K \'iiii:i:i\i: m kirk
.IOIINS..N I.KVKNSI.N A PERRY
for Co parti
BlH Miami. Florida
HE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IND FOR DADE COUNTY.
PIDA IN PROBATE. No. 36924-B
ESTATK UK
|:V H \ltKRMAN I''.
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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i88'a renred clothing,.
Back fm *****
. *s0.ue "* arrival of hs,(>iH>i.i iiniuii..*-
at's ik. muol B.rr ,nri hio hi,,,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 187134
JKKOMK HHllWAl.TKR unit
royal, m. wkhkh. piainttrra,
.luilN \ I 18CHBR, un.l JOHN A.
KI8CHER and PIBCHER,
I.in wife, his unknown api
et ula. I'- fendaut!.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: John A. Flwher
1'iiz 19th Bin t
llrn.lalo 27. N1 Y ami
John A f I* h i and
nacher, his wife,
iinku.iwn spousr,
7911 T'.nh Street
llendale 17. N Y and
if decaaaae], all uiikm.un hotra,
devist'CS. Riant. I n-. Ifa n-
i i tor-. 11 nateea, ni otker
one clalmlni by, through, un-
.iiM or acalnal (be abo> n
Defendants, ami nil in
whomaoever having ... rlalmlaa
an) Interest throtiRh the above
Banted Defendants,
nd Addi !!>!
i 'nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTII 1EP
thai Mnit has b< en filed asslnal ) ou
In the abot e at) Ii < 'ui t ft
till- folloH '
iii 111 i-wit:
1 m of i.itti.i:
II. \\ : \ "K Ml VMI.
I'l.AN Ni' the
Pin t there-
pt. nls ..f l'. ii mty,
ula.
an.I j bi t. Iv I.'.
PI ilntlffs- Ait..in. HJENRY M
i'.\IN. 2 -''. W.-l I Mi
.ml file
Mirh
. i cult 'out I
the 12th <
i
will be taken ..
r r i i- \ HERM VX,

IT .1 i,la
R) B < UYNN,
Deputy Clerk
I i" 17-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37175-A
in Ri t>'l ITE 'i'
\l VPRICE A WKC.ER
M A WKdKR. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cri III and All Pi
ii.. Ins Clalmi 01 i
You, and each of you ari
notified and required to ;
. la nns anlil
. t In i ni j mi.
of M M RICE \ v\ Etll l:
m a \\ i:> ,i:i: <
I .'..mu y, | ii the 1 lonora-
an.l III.
. in the i
Courthouse In Psdi C mty, i'
"iiliin .itlit calendar months froi
lute of Die tli 1
Said ii In hi 'in
< tin- claimant and
. hi ii I.. ..ml
or nun.' Vx ill be bai i '-
I of llir I
Dati'il I-. hrusi > i
\NY F. WEUER
\s Ex. ni Will
a ml T. I >>f
M \ \\ I..,.i.!:. I
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
,,, .. No 34953-B
RE EST1TE OK
ikssii: PREDERIKBBN, Dec.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- h< b) .: i n thai I
I '.;."! md pe-
tition foi Flnnl I)]
t'.i of i he -t.it. ,f ,i KSSI i. i i:i :i i-
ERIK i: and thai on the
l-'th da) ol M .:. I :ll
to Hi. Honor ibli l "R \ N k H i .. iwL-
i n'i : Co nt> JudRe, < i

an i for 11 mi I hai bi
Ex. .s.-ik
:.-1: \
Tin
m X i: SILVER
kl \\ l: SILVER
Allot
z7]7-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORI-
DA IN CHANCERY No. 187571
CARL OREEXE, Plaintiff
T \\.-i: OREEXE, D
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Pi INSTANCE OREEXE
l SI i.-.1
Mahono) Cll nia
Ynl CCTNRTANCB OREE> E, ai
raqulred t" serve ropi ..f your An-
awer to the Hill of Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiffs atto
u.si:i"l ROSEXKRANTZ, No One
i lload ItulliUnR, Miami I'
IRorida, and fil<- thi- orkflnal In lh.-
of the Clerk of thi
Court ii" or before the Rrfl !
Jlnr. h. DM, or Complaint will be
taken as eonfei
DATED this Slat day of February.
l!>5.
i: r i.e. vrimtMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Cout t
Rj R II RICE, lit
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
IOSEPII l>SBXKRANTZ, ESQ.
Ill P.oa.l ItulldliiK
Mia in I i"- Ida
i : 1-9-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 187251
EDITH B. SMITH IJORDON, Plaintiff,
, ;|-, .. i ; 'I ItlMlN 1 niaiil.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
"13 \i (>R|K)X,
,nl''
V,,: HEREBY XOTIPIED
.ii it a
V
UfcNhT &
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I
of th lit C "f the
i mi t.
D.
Pro Confi I' will b.
DATED
i: L.EATIIERMAN.
. ,, Court
K II l:i
i. Clerk
i JEN I XET
'1,r ,-.
i |i n Itoad, Miami B. h, Mi.
____
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 371M
In Re EST VTK < '!
.< vMI P I. \l I'KI.MAN I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREHY OIVEN that
' n derail
i.ui-lii... under the in t ,., ,,f
II BEACH PI BLICITY KERV-
" Hi in h, Intend I
with th. Clerll of the
I I "Uf '' I a I. i '.,111,1
fTOBRI
.-' I .Uf 'In Road
Mil
2 i;:i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. NOTICE IK HPStEBY fllVEN that
the underate.....I. desiring to angagi in
['!''.".': the fictltloii ii.iin. .,
J\AIMKI PARTNERSHIP OK THK
|,VNIi:'- VXD HEI.BXE LIFTER
T j-TXDi Ulna Ave-
' < '"int. Intend t.. rei
aid n in with the Clerk ol
cult court i>f n.,,1.. Coynty, I
i. I and I!. I, i,, Lifter
Ti 'i-t Fund for
Danl. i an i H
Trust Fund i
Rheldon Woo bta t,
I 'am. i and Helene Lifter
Ti ..si l-'iind t..i
a ndrew H. otl R ibln '.
i tan lei and Helene Lifter
TrOSI h'un.l (of
ir.ii. Lifter 'i
IStl M Lifter.
VI,lie Put.In,
Joseph L Llftsr,
Trustees f..i the Ah.
Trust Pllll.ls
BENNETT M. UKTKIt
Attnrne) f.,i Applicants
i Lincoln itoad
14 1 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY DIVRN that
thi undersigned, desiring '" engaa-e in
inder the fi. in lu i- na i
DIAMOND I'Kl-r STORE, al 21*S
N W Jth Ave., Int. ad i to n
aid name with the Clerk ( the cir-
cuit Court of |i;u.. Count-. Florida
(JEORGE DIAMOND
-!,-'_'I :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE [S HEREBY HIVES
the undersigned, desiring to enim
huslnesa an.I. r thi
NEW VORK DKLIi v a
REST \l RANT, a' II North aid Isl
'
I:k of the
Cm uU Coui t of I '...i>- Count i
Rl'RTN OREBN
STANLEY I'. CAII'IN
i ui ;. Dell ati
int and Rubin On n
2 10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I.-1 HEREBY Cl\ EN
111.' unil.'i
buslm t he flctH loua na
SYLVERX S Ci IRONBT SH( H'
In Road, Miami R. ieh, i
1 i..... i- ith llio
lit Court of
I 'olll.t IloI
l-l: VCI. STEINBERU
FRIEDMAN a SHAPIRl l
tmuel W. Shapiro
Attorney! for Israel stcinl.
! 10-17-24 J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nnll.i: is HEREBY OIVEN
nderelgned, destrlDB t" engage In
business tinder the flctitiou- nan
p. iNCE i il.K CO., at 730 N w
St., Intend to register said nun.'
wiiii the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of 1 lade 'ounty, Florida.
OSVALDO R TRt'EBA
\i;M \\1" i I- TRCEBA
Attorni I
M LESTER KAAL
IIS Rlsi iv m Bldg.
_' 17-24 :i -'-__________________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN tlmt
the '. Ing to ngage In
. -- under the fletII
BEN FRANKLIN PNIFORM8, al 17
\ i: 14th St.....I. Miami. Kl'.ti.la. in-
, ; i with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of '
i la,
HENRY DONNEH
- v MPEL I" INNER
LEONARD 1

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mi.i a h ..f you are i
notlfle i an i r|Ulr. i
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ceasi I
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will i lu '
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liKDBHE l TAI I AM H-.
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W..KF I U M i 14*
Attorns)! for Exatutor
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
KOTIi'E I- t OIVEN

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NOTICE UtieOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is HEKKin
RR|. in
it VSH IT at 21 N E.
ntendi
ime with l'i'- Clerk
of 111, I'll..
Flo Id
M'.i: YERMONEK
\l \.\ K K1LVI R
nek
. Miami.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37071-A
In Re: ESTATE I >F
HERMAN FISCHER D.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'in aii ( .-.in ind All P.
! Demands A|

You. and each Of you are In
clsidus and (tttinamfe* urUuh
of you, n I
of HERMAN FISCHER
to the Bonoruble Count) JudR. f
i isde 'ottnl I nd file thi
:
in i lade 'ounl \ i wlthli
calendar month' Mom the date n
fitsi publication hi l
or demand! In rom
a |o be
to ami in.....
will I,. See Bed Ion 732
th.- 11 ate Aid
Dated Fehi uai ) 10. A i> 1951
BENJAMIN FISCHER
A l-".x. i-iiloi ..f tli. I... ( Will
an.I Teeit ii,.ill of
llei man I'i-i net i I
CEOROB I TAI.I.W'i IFF
Attorney tor
2/10-17-24 J/l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, ileslvltig to ensjni
business tinder the fictitloun nan
MERIN TERRApB APARTMENTS.
at in. -t re. t. Ba) 11.M bar i -
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to resist) Id n..me iii the .
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Wednesday. Feb. 23. meant Washington birth-
day celebration luncheon at Westview Country
Club, with more than 350 socialites attending.
Wife of president Sidney Meyer wore a spring
print with gold motif. She entertained 13 guests,
notably among the party being daughter
Mr*. Charles Goldstein and her mother-in-law,
Swl Goldstein. .
las* Richard Wolfson was busily engaged in "squiring" her
UtaJtw, Mrs. Leo Reinhen, of Providence. R.I., while
"L friends were Mrs. Roy Schechrerdaughter of Mrs.
nd Mr*. Larry Rosenberg. .
jntrasting in black was Mrs. Leonard Abets, while Mrs.
C Goldrins chose a print creation with shoes to match, and
r part) werr Mrs. George Frenkel, Mrs. Daniel Schlepik, Mrs.
j Ablin and Mrs. Leonard Wye. .
[Ciimpsed in the same group was Mrs. Clem Myerson, wearing
a all-white woolen lace. Chosing a hand-knitted dress she
ped and made herself was Mrs. Blanche Nathan in the party
i Leon Jacobs.
[prominent British socialites Isaac and Sally Graham are vaca-
Bng here at the DiLido hotel. .
(hue heads the noted Graham woolen mills in Leeds, England,
j the couple live. .
[silh/1 brother is noted Member of Parliament Barnett Janner,
l is a renowned leader in Britain's Jewish community. .
ntertaining the Grahams here are cousins Anne and Max
k, 1350 Michigan ave. Also cousins Middy and Robert Frank,
Monad ter., and South Miami's Edith and Jules Freeman and
|Btrt Marts.
| Good news for friends on both sides of the Bay is the return
! from Victoria hospital of Jack Rappepert. .
(Mother Frieda, 1136 SW 5th St., welcomed him back following
ilonged illness. Convalescing comfortably. Jack's besieged by
land "get well" cardsbut a happy siege, he feels. .
|Playing host to his return is only one of Frieda's duties these
For brother and sister-in-law David and Helen Green wa Id,
KUburgh. are vacationing at the Essex on Miami Beach.
[Ako entertaining these days is Flerrie Leebwho has ap-
I in a number of dramatic productions here, including a stint
movie star Luther Adler sometime ago. .
[Flerrie's Meridian ave. home is vacation headquarters for her
^nts. Los Angeles residents Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kats. Assisting
i the pleasant chore of showing the West Coasters around are
Tie's son and daughter-in-law. Best and Barbara Leeb, of Coral
(lesand. of course, the Katx' great grandson, Jeffrey.
>>>>>ccc
[From the Corners of the Country: Here taking in Miami Beach
|cn sunshine are these notablesMr. and Mrs. Mitchell Laiiar
he Algiers Louie Rose at the Saxony. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
anwald at the Thunderbird. Mitch is production supervisor
Ts Goodson-Todman programs. Louie's retired circulation
or of The Chicago Tribune and busy showing Mrs. Rose local
.. The Greenwalds are visiting daughter Mrs. Paul Schoen-
, of North Miami, who has been living here for the past four
and brother Al, Beach resident since 1938. Harry is
oil's fabulous auto dealer. .
>cte
[Speaking of "long distance" trips, on a three-week furlough
plane from Anchorage. Alaska, were Staff Sgt. Jose M Weill
his wife. .
I Mi with the t S. Air ForceJose's a career manthe Wellls
been station* I in Anchorage for more than two years. Life
km couple say, is very much up-to-date. .
Since the whole town is practically all new, even their quar-
I are modernist,c. The Weills are active in Anchorage's B'nai
fh programs- yes, there's B'nai B'rith way up in the frozen
W. too...
[Entertainini; the vacationing couple on their leave here were
> Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyon, of the Blackstone Flower
Westin: A son, David Lawrence,
,0rera lover, ,urned out *
I Born to Beatrice and Allen
lii, 3t famhr"lw. Mass. .
[^instructor at Harvard, and his parents are the Irving
**. ioli We 46th st.. Miami Beach. Maternal grandparents
I. S. Shapoff, of 318 SW 28th rd.. Miami.
c < <
. masse for Thursday evening's
L (l(,v "' Puec'ni'a La Boheme. Seen between acts, voicing
sbHiu n 1,V over ,ne sin8'n8 f tenor Jan Peerce and
Ke aiT WCre ,h(' Rjtt*r Lvi"*<>". "f he Beach Opera
The n 'a L' lUirc(l in blue organza with fox stole. .
uevid Hochbergs he's chairman of the committee
w the capacity audience. Mrs. H. chose a waltz-length
"Wttsequins and ermine rap. .
LkrMniSiti thf almosPhcre'about them were former Beach
M,, c h*p,ro and wife Sylvie, entertaining his mother and
black ohT" Shairo and Rose, of Milwaukee. Sylvia's gown
v ."" with whi,e fox-
I a haiid (BeHy) Schwertt, just back from Gotham Town,
'npaint.,1 formal which she had bought on one of her
uir i .Mr$' L*on E" cnose b,ack whi,e Po"' ** Hirwh
headed ul y han(lsome and impeccable Baronwas attired
Other vU' B0Wn wl"m|am .
withi. """-e(l "ere and there included Mrs. Milton
and m h da"ghter- KV Weiss, her mother. Mrs. L. Alexan-
( net Wl,hr,'? 'aw- Mr- WeiM; Mrs. I. Daniel Shorell in
nd Mr. I k ,affet* overdrape; Mrs. Isadora Hecht and
""* Joseph Ro.
Their 62nd* '.***'
'"dMn. i u''llln anniversary was celebrated Jast week by
^e Urn. Ur"ir' 1119 SW ^h st. .
J"deiphia ta law* marr,ed in P"" *nd ce to Miami from
Wired clothing manufacturer. Wife Fannie is 83!
Back from'h '**
re ^he WP|r, r ,,np t0 Gotham Town is Mrs. Murray Ratner,
H's David s"' ,he arrival of her first avandson. .
the form d!' B*rr* *nd hU P*nU are the Martin Ban*
K'r ""da Ratner.
tr,
il
oman s
"WorU
^^wiislb-JEIIioipidlilaun
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Friday, March 2, 1956
Section B
NOTED STAGE STAR MARION GOLDY AND GROOM COUNCILMAN BERNARD FRANK.
Stage Actress, Councilman Frank Wed tn Orthodox Rites
In a 2 p.m. intimate family cere-
mony on Wednesday, Feb. 22. at
his parents' home, Councilman Ber-
nard Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris B. Frank, 4590 Adams ave.,
was married to Marion Goldy,
daughter of Mrs. Ann Goldy. Cali-
fornia. Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth
Jacob Congregation, performed
the double ring rites.
Best man was Daniel Arnstein.
of Miami Beach and New York.
The bride was given in marriage
by her brother, William Goldy.
Mrs. Frank selected a beige im-
ported silk sheath dress with a
bustle of matching lace forming a
panel down the back. She carried
white orchids and roses on a Bible
with blue ribbons. Her blue hat
and nose veil complimented her
costume.
The bride attended schools in
California. Star of stage and other
entertainment media, the bride was
Mount Sinai Hospital School of Practical Nursing and the
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, both beneficiary
aqencies of the Combined Jewish Appeal, join in an affiliate
program, where the student practical nurse gets a required
two weeks' experience in handling nursery school children.
Mrs. Ethel Grossman (center) is supervisor of GMJCC nursery
schools, while on her right is, Carole Goldberg, of Miami
Beach, student at the nursing school. Youngsters at the Beach
Branch are Barbara (left), daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Solomon
Kann. and William, son of Mrs. Edith Wolk.
among principles in the Broadway
hit. "Pajama Game."
Councilman Frank is a graduate
of the University of Miami law
school. He was a swimming and
tennis star on campus. Active in
civic affairs, he has been a Miami
Beach councilman for the past sev-
en years.
The couple are spending their
honeymoon in Nassau. Upon their
return, they will make their home
in Miami Beach.
SERVE-A-CAMP
Local Women View
Need for Assistance
To Overseas Forces
"Boredom is one of the biggest
problems in the armed services
today." learned committee mem-
bers of the Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dade
and Broward Counties in talking
with Mrs. Leonard II. Bernheim,
chairman of the Women's Organ-
ization's Division of the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
Mrs. Bernheim, visiting in Mi-
ami Beach from New York, on
Monday, Feb. 27, at the Algiers
hotel, met with members of Con-
ference's Serve-a-Camp and Vet-
erans Administration voluntary
service committees, to evaluate
present programs and to suggest
future activities. Also present at
the meeting were Ephraim Gale,
executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
and Frank Fierman, administrative
field secretary of the Southern
Section of the National Jewish
Welfare Board.
Mrs. Bernheim emphasized that
of the three million men in the
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Fridy. March 2.1
tzMbout \your special
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With D Beryl Manischewitz. chairman of the board, and Ber-
nard Manischewitz. president of the B. Manischewitz Com-
pany, supplying the explanations, three younasters look on
intently as Rabbi Pinhas Gutman prepares to bake his
"matzo schmurah" for Passover. The children were part of a
group of religious day-school pupils, invited to visit the
Manischewitz plant during the traditional ceremony.
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It's an old story to most women it baa been the experience of many
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lhe-racks dress i- not necessarily make the tinesl dishes, in
j matter ol workman-hip or mate- there i* I "master plan" to j!ui Is, but essentially a matter of their preparation.
creative talentthat touch of He jn other words, it all depends on
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which sets one apart from the basic ingredients as fine and treat)
avo rites
Booklet, a eond* and valuable
collection of holiday recipes pre-
pared and levied by the Mani-
schewitz Home Economics Depart
ment in It* lamotis model kosher
bast kitchen.
fltaining suggested menus for
ihe fust and second Seder and a
variety ol recipes ranging from
stuffings- to Bchewftt Passover Recipe Booklet
is the result of long and intensive
creative work In the kitchen, pri-
marily tor the purpose of present
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authoritative touch of the "design-
er" evident in their taste and satis
tying quality
Instructions in the booklet are
precisely stated and easy to follow,
making it a simple matter for even
the comparative newcomer to the
kitchen arts to cook with the skill
and familiar ease of an expert.
Free copies of the Manischewitz
Passover Recipe Booklet may be
obtained by writing to Manischew-
itz. Box 288. Jersey City. N.J.
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Listed in New Rokeach Recipe Bex*!
Because of the great demand for, Gan Eden Cake. There
their popular Passover booklet, idea recipes, too, for maiiHri
I Rokeach & Sons. Inc.. a principal. salads, appetizers and (lessen
manufacturer of ko-her food and. The, recipes (tevelooM ?
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Included in this l>oklet are 35 0( ready-to-serve Passov
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for traditional Passover dishes like
Chremsel, Fluffy Knaidlach. and
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the list of products, that
homemaker can easily nn.
Mar. 7 is being proclaimed as [complete menus with these
national ORT Day throughout the'at handborscht, schav
nation by Women's American ORT fish, njrafat, a variety of
in commemoration of the organize-, chicken soups, preserves, j
tions 75th anniversary. i spedial tomato sauce with
Each chapter is contacting the'rooms and many other del
mayor of its community, and in items,
some communities a street will be | The free Rokeach recipe
named "ORT Street" for the day. (will show how to use these
North Dade chapter of Women's ucts to best advantage. Drop-,*
American ORT will celebrate the!to I. Rokeach & Sons, in
day with a get-together of its mem- Box 711-J, Flushing. N.\
bers at the Harvey W. Seeds Post
of the American Legion.
A skit will be presented by sev-
eral of the members, entitled "A
Scene in a Doctor's Office," and a
movie called "Mellah" will be
shown.

World Jewish Chili's Day
This year, the seventh for World ,
Jewish Child's Day, will be honor j
ed by Greater Miami Pioneer \
Women with a Tag Day Mar. 7 and
8. Mrs. Henry Seitlin is child
rescue chairman for the Council \
of Pioneer Women.
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2,1956
*Jewisti narScUan
Page 3fc
feminine fain vAi the owietvont
I Selig Named Honorary Chairman of Women's Division
., ... SpIis former chair- She also announced the appoint- ii ____ .
Monte Selig. ronwr chair
lM,r:fthAom,1r-l|-v1Monothe
CommiUe for
. Miami
Co Israel Bonds, has accepted
mcnt as honorary chair-
, the division for 1956, Mrs.
i
Bom
fupointmerit a:
- .i,,., -
Brenner Meyers reported
^Meyers- wh0 reccnt|y suc'
Mrs ScliR as head of the
um's Division of the Bond or-
1tion.>ai.lMi- Sc-liu also has
of chairman of
the
Bpled the post
steering committee of
She also announced the appoint ,
ment of Mrs. Anna W. Hirschman '^'Tr cxe,cutlve, Jommi-
as coordinating chairman for all ,7',h v u !T' lh'S weck
Greater Miami groups of Hadas-' J, ^ bUI l '"M"s
sah. Mrs. Hirschman will activate Wmen s act,v,l,cs ht'ro f(,r 195
Israel Bond sales in every group
of the Women's Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
Mrs. Max Weitz, former co-chair-
Also appointed by Mrs. Meyers
was Mrs. Ida Bookspan, who will
serve as coordinating chairman for
all Pioneer Women's activities in
man of Chen workers for the Israel i hehalf of the Bond organization.
Bond unit, was Darned program;Mrs B(>kspan has been an out-
chairman. Mrs. Weitz said three stanf|ing saleswoman for Israel
major functions are being plan- Bont's since the first issue was
ned by the Women's Division, in- f,ated almost five years ago, Mrs.
eluding a gathering for 1956 Spon- Meyers noted,
sors of Israel, those women who Mrs. Miriam Press, another out-
en's division.
t know Mrs. Sclig's acceptance
ible assistance | purchase a minimum of $1,000 in standing saleswoman and leader in
be of invalua
lj our campaign period.
[eh will get under way in Ap-
'Mrs. Meyers -aid. _______
nm*
r
IMS. OSCAR SINOUL
r.rreund Slated
idassah Here
[-Miami chapter of Hadas-
jnd the Zionist District* of
& will join together in
toaagJ)r. Miriam K. Freund,
NaaTvrce pre>nient and Youth
[iy$fc*karni..n nt Hadassah, the
onpr&-Zioiii-t urbanization of
Mlfet,flih Monday evening at the
gicre hotel
*ulhor, educator and scholar.
Freund ha- been in the fore-
st of the Zionist movement for
M years.
gD Israel Dr. Freund has helped
tmaugurate the newst develop-
prt in the man) faceted program
Vouth Aliyah and has visited
Men loroeco. i asablanca, Rab-
- >ud and Marakesh in order
Win firsthand experience and
"edge of the North African
according to Mrs. Oscar
landell. president of the Greater
pmi chapter.
I'he evening will be highlighted
IWWca] selections sUng by Mrs.
"er Wanpr. accompanied by
p-Ulga Bibor Stern at the piano.
m fond Work Over,
fomea *Ve Donor Lunch
1 irk on the
Mlftaiddm. a access-
I001)1''" 0! Fla
* JPter ol National chil-
are able
Khtn ",:' ""'"' donor
"^ooce4.year" gala affair
_jaf. chairman, and hercon>
l o,r,heUn(rhr0n m >*U at
|Jfe Columbus on Tuesday,
^iWrector^N*
I Howard A. F.ngle. medical
ill Unlted Cerebral *y
f? will speak at an
'orum meeting of the Miami
[ iT,L nit Monday night. Mar.
"* Miami Diape,. Service
""rium.
Bonds this year.
In addition, a
Chen workers'
Jewish women's activities here for
many years, was named cash col-
meeting and a community-wide lections chairman,
gathering of Greater Miami wom-j Mrs. Hirschman, Mrs. Weitz. Mrs.
en for Israel Bonds are being map- j Bookspan and Mrs. Press will serve
'as vice chairmen of the women's
ped, Mrs. Weitz said.
[division along with Miss Lillian
Linda Darnell Stars
In 'Tea, Sympathy'
Celebrated film star Linda Dar-
nell will make her debut on a
Florida stage at the Coconut Grove
Playhouse beginning Mar. 5 in
Robert Anderson's Broadway hit
"Tea and Sympathy."
Coming from New York on Sun-
day to begin rehearsaLs on Monday
were Broadway actors John Lehne,
who will play the misunderstood
boy, and Mark Allen, who will play-
Miss Darnell's husband.
The Coconut Grove Playhouse
will offer Miamians a four-play
subscription series beginning Mar.
5. Persons wishing to attend the
next four productions will be able
to subscribe for the series at sub-
stantial box office savings.
MM. mOHlt SWG
Mrs. Michael A. Stavitzky, na-!" a, J" """"
. Goodman and Mrs. Rose Kasow.
tional chairman of the women's I u; n .
. Miss Goodman was named or-
Mrs. %leycrs and members of the' ami Beach area, and Mrs. Kasow I in Miami, Mrs. Meyers announced.
AKongress Cord Party
Dessert card party sponsored by
the Louise-Brandeis chapter of
American Jewish Congress will be
held at the home of Mrs. Frank
Berger. 2837 Pinetrec dr.. Thurs-
day, Mar. 15. Reservations can be
made with Mrs. Larry Fried land.
I president. Proceeds are for Lou-
ise Waterman Wise Youth tenter
in Israel.
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hospital! and camps in far away
plao
The direct volunteer ervlc*
(V WS) o\ Conference la tod ny
Hn Sam Goodman, who with her
committee of M rolunteers, wort
;il the Veterans' hospital in < oral
Gables, with other groups n or-
ganifing parties and personal com-
panionship and aawiee to the
u |. At (hanuka. the VAVS
ca\c ball point pens '<> ell bo*
pitalized veteran, oil a non-sectar-
Ian ii
Mrs Aaron Parr, presiden! of
Conference, explained that "'
^|day.March2,
funds for the service programs i the needs of .^rvicww
are supplied by the affiliated mem-, constituents of the mcZ 1
ber organizations of Conference on izations in the hope \3
a voluntary basis. Mrs. Farr urged to double our contnWi Tl
that plans be made to interpret last year." Jl"
""fffcS"**
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pollack, 16551 NE 10th ave.. N irr.i
Beach, are presenting this Scroll of Law to Congregation
Monticello Park. Dedication will take place Sunday aitei-
noon, Mar. 11.
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international menj
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Coloring to Parties, Bar Mitzvahs
Wedding and Social Occasions
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For the Finest Din. i
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Council of Jewish Women's Groups
View Need io Assist Forces Overseas
? 247 23rd St., One Block
West of Roney Plaza
GEORGE FASSA'S ISLAM
Restaurant and Lounge
161st St. & Collins (Over Twin Brifa
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DINNERS From $2
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armed services one and a half mil-
lion are overseas in 49 different
countries.
"Many bases are small and some;
are so terribly isolated that the 50
or 60 men on them never see any-
body but their fellow servicemen
for months on end. These men
can be served by American com-
munities only by the mails
through Serve-a-Camp. To the
lonely boys on their 'sites' the J
'Serve-a' gifts look like home." |
Mrs. Bernheim called these radar i
ramparts "our first line of de-
fense,*' and urged the Miami group
to accept commitments for addi-
tional shipments. '
CJWO is a local affiliate of the /
Women's Organizations' Division f
ol the national JWB. Mrs. Max
Stadler is chairman of the Serve
o-l'amp program which sends three
shipments a year. WOD forwards
to Miami "check lists" which have
been tilled out by the chaplains In
contact with remote and isolated
camps or hospitals in all sections
ol the world where American
servicemen or veterans are ta-
tioned.
These lists indicate the specific
II comfort and receration Items
led in a particular area. The
Miami group accumulates and
packages and sends these items to
the specified local. Mrs. Stadler
indicated that the Miami group
expects to enlarge this field of
service "to be able to 'adopt' more
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
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KOSHER CATERERS
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI Ph. S-7998
Under the Strictest Supervision of the
Central Miami Koshruth Commission
The Central Miami Kaahruth Commit.
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endorses only the catering establish-
ment known as GORDON and PONT
and in no way is this to bo construed
as an endorsement of any other plant
operated by these men.
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_*ki**riKrirlB~r>
itfvelt Temple founders Day' Fete \Mat M ****
|JV,VI r Advance ticket .sales i
Page 5B
gofy Dolls Elect
, fi/or President
oundfr< Day" program and j i>mple 33, Pythian Sisters.
arranrfomn:- lor a Leap Members will turn in their nom-
' '" .nations for the "King for a Day"
iMar 7 "; "; "f l{oose_2 contett, and Mrs. Bcn^d Kaplan.
chaimian. will announce final de-
tails, for the Ix>af> Year dance to
be hrd MJrV. lu.
Honored guest will be Mrs.
P Dunwo T > 11 -. a newly or-' Howard Kirkpatrick. formerly of
Lj tweenafic girls' groun. I Warsaw. Ind.. and now a South
Lb being sponsored by the Miami resident. Mrs. Kirkpatrick
E Branch ol the Greater Mi- will give a brief talk on the found->
h Community (enter, re- jng of the first Temple in 1888
|v held their first election of ______________ -
rtr*. Rone Mr. pre i Auxiliary Will Meet
. jean John-:i. treasurer and .Amprican Medica, Ccnter ^ Den
^- ... ver will meet on Wednesday eve-
L group\ fii pnuoct will he ning Mar at ,he Vendomp hf)
Ipresentati.n ol a dramatic te) Final p,ans for a donor dinner
lfor,he children at the Car- Mar w ^ ^ mmm
I hospital.
Advance ticket sales indicate
triat this year's Latin Quarter din-
ner dance sponsored by the Miami
Beach Apartment Association will
again be a sellout. The gala annual
aiiair will be held at the Latin
Quarter Sunday. Mrs. Helen San-
den, is chairman of the event.
Fashion Show Top
Attraction at Meet
Sisterhood of (oral Gables Jew-
ish Center will hold its annual
donor luncheon Wednesday after-
noon. Mar. 7, in the Flew d< Lit
room of the Fontainebleau hotel.
Mrs. Louis Schneiderman and
Mrs. Warren Zundell will chair the
event. A fashion show by Miss
Florence Lustig, of the Fontaine-
bleau, will be the main attraction.
Pumpernik's 67th is the meeting and eatinq place for (left to
right) Charley Rappaport, of the Delano Valet Shop, Nat
Margo, of the Royal Palm Market, and Jack Korenblit, of the
Whitehouse Shoe Chain, Inc., with some of Mr. Pumpernik's
famed desserts the topic of conversation.
dssociation Meets
Lh division <>f the I'nited
Ls Association here met this
| at the I Mr. F. Weiss,
Ilndian Crei k dr. to discuss
I Sets v o il the UN." Mrs.
M. Bider nan i- division
Lan, v Laura Shep-
P'ca-."' discussion
A--.-'..:.- was Mrs. E.
r.'H
w's Council to Meet
i the Miami
hi of Council of
\h Women will meet Monday
re. Mar. 5. ; \!( rmel. 70
a dr.. P;i\ Heights.
ipn' >i iki-r will be stock
Br ami investment counselor
f/SrBarton in a discussion of
Main Streel Needs Wall
Doy Celebration
bnch and drd party, in cole-
pn of OUT Day. mil be held
Iiami Beach Atternoon chap-
Women > American ORT on
pe*day morning, Mar. 7, at the
of Mrs. Manny Austin. 1675
pni rd. in charge of reser-
V are Mrs. B. Austin andi
[Clifford Perlman.
Miami realtors fete Clarence M. Turley, St. Louis, national
president of the National Association of Real Estate Boards.
Among the 400 truest realtors attending the recent luncheon
here were Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan M. Maxwell, president of the
Miami Board of Realtors, host board for the South Florida
realtor occasion.
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The clear golden broth gives you a quick,
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PARKING
HOTEL
00 Attendance Target Expected
Target of more than 500,000 has
been set for the seventh annual
Greater Miami Industrial Exposi-
tion, according to Randolph B.
Railey, exposition general chair-
man.
In 1954 attendance just noted
over the 400,000 mark, while in
1955 more than 430.000 saw the
annual trade show.
"Thi* year the exhibition will
have half again as many exhibits t*
last year," the chairman said.
"With the population of Greater
Miami continually expanding, we
feel sure that more than half a
million persons will attend."
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Jordan, Freedman
Plan for April 12
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jordan, of
Weehawken, N.J.. announce the en-
ment of their daughter. Sally.
I Sherman Freedman, boo of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice J. Freedman. Bal-
timore. Mil.
Bride-elect graduated from Wee
hawker. High School ami received
\H degree from the University
isconsin. she has been n
in Miami Beach for the past
years, where she is employed
a- a legal secretary.
Mr. Freedman attended schools
in Baltimore and served as a lieu-
tenant in the .Maritime service. He
i- now associated with Southern
Wine and Spirits in Miami
The couple plan to be married
Apr. 12.
MiSS NANLY Hf.illR
MISS SAM JORDAN
Brother In I rot In tec I
Mrl.i Schwartz
To Her Fiance
>ta R ise Schwartz' brother
David introduced her to her fiance,
Ri nald Berger Rons
, r< i: nitj brothers in coll
\..u the couple plans an earlj
September wedding in Chicago.
The bride-elect is the daughter
in Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz,
1U7 West Rivo Alto dr. Miami
Beach. The prospective bride
groom i-- the son of Mrs. Albert E
Berger, Chicago, and the late Mr.
Berger.
Mi" Schwartz is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. She was
pre.-ident of B'nai B'rith Girls,
Sholeni 14. and. while at Universi-
ty of Miami, served as president
ot Phi Sigma Sigma.
Mr. Berger is an alumnus of
Chicago Latin School for Boys. He
received his bachelor's degree from
University of Miami where he *ai
vice president of Phi Epsilon I'i.
governor of the school of business
and member of 17 Apache. He now
attends DePaul University law
s< hool, Chicago.
MISS MYKA ROSIN
MISS Mil A SCHWARTZ
Francos at Home In North Miami
Milwaukee Girl is
Dentist's Fiancee
Miamian Robert Jay Schwartz *lven In marriage by her father.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Franco are
making their home at 1060 NE
129th st.. North Miami, following
their marriage Jan. 29 in Ritz
Plaza hotel.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky offici-
ated at the 5 p.m. ceremony which
united the former Florence Fisher
and Mr. Franco, The bride was
chosen a Milwaul girl
e In- lir.dr
she is Nancy Heiier, dan h
Mr. and \! I
. ukee
i ier, 6436 s\v UJth I
I'ai
Mr. ; rid Mrs, .v. el co, 2810
Beach.
Ru ii I i eph Franco.
Mr hv i Mr ',; ther of U
and Mrs. Joseph S. I lh' ''"" '
m blvd. He is a junior in
'.....'; '" ,! |S ;,f Manva Greenhouse,
i a member oi Alpha
The bride wore a full-length
gown and carried a white orchid
and carnations. Miss Franco's gown
was aqua, and she carried pink
carnations.
A dinner in the hotel followed
the ceremony. The couple took a
wedding trip to Sarasota.
Donald B lech man
Engagement Told
Dr. and Mrs. Julius Greenhouse,
1741 Cleveland rd., Miami Beach.
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Manya Terry, to Donald
Richard Blechman.
Miss Greenhouse was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and attended University of Florida.
There she was a member of Alpha
Two seniors at the University of EPsilon Fhi sorority, Panhellenic
Miami. Carol B. Schwartzapfel and |Council' Klorida B|ue Key Speak-1
Bernard Wagner, were married Iers Bureau and co-chairman of
Omega dental fraternit) and Tau
1 psilon Phi.
The bride-elect attended Uni-
versity nl Wisconsin State Teach
its' College.
Aug. 18 is the date for the Mil-
waukee wedding.
I'M Seniors Wed
In February 7 Rites
Feb. 7 in Miami Beach.
The bride is the. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Schwartzapfel. 1118
Alton rd., where the couple are
living, and Flushing, N.Y.
Mr. Wagner is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Wagner, 825 Jefferson
ave.
The newlyweds honeymooned in
au.
Greek Week. Now she is a senior
at University of Miami
Mr. Blechman i- the son oT Mr
and Mrs. William Blechman. 1845:
MRS. JACK FRANCO
Rosens Tel] Myra's
Daytona rd. He was graduated from Troth In Klw.lli>r
high school in Mt. Vernon. N.Y, [, ppOllCl
his former home, and
University where h
was Pi Lambda Ph
two years with-the Army
Far East.
Syracuse I Myra Ann Ros
>' fraternity l"gf*em"H rinK fr,,m era
He served ISpolter on Valentine'i Day.
received her
Id J.
in the
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reg. U.S. pat. off.
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH
Her parents are Mr. and Mrs
Louis Rosen. 1200 NE 152nd
North Miami Beach, formerly of
Newark. N.J.
She was graduated from Miami
Beach High School and attend,.,!
University of Miami and Walsh
School of Busin
Mr. Spolter is the son of Ml,
Sophie Spotter, 608 Euclid ava
M,am,rBeach, and the ,, %
He received a degree in en-
""wring from Univtrttty of Ffori-
da and is an engineer with the city
of Miarru Beach He .erved ,n th,
J armed forces in World War "l
Beautiful g-.wns and lovely ladies were the feature of th*
Washington Ball at Westview last week. Mr*. Louis WolfJ,
.swirling frock ol aaure blue. Entertaining a group from rJ
pastel chiffon was Mrs. Harry Chernan. Polly j, Hirfch Kw^l
a |ong sleeved white gown, trimmed in sequins, for her role ash'
to a party with Baron.
Mrs. Leonard Wien chose a champagne lace lrmai g0Wn j
Mr*. Bernard Wall showing a turquoise satin Mrs. Roy $ch'
creation featured taffeta with bow at one side. .
The Milton Shapiros, 535 16th st., and the Max ShapirM, 5nn
ire entertaining Dr. and Mrs. Robert Shapiro, o| New Hirifc
Conn With the visitors are youngsters David Steven, seven
sister Barbara Ann, four. After two weeks in Mexico, Mr Jji
Sol Pohn, of Miami Beach and New York, arc back in their apart.
TRIBUTE TO MRS. IE0ER VISITORS FROM NORTH
RJVO Alto Islands Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz are ei
Mrs. Ira Brown, of Highland Park, 111. ... Mr. and Mr*. H^JJ]
Hodes were recent host and hostess at their home i,, ,me 17J,
at a barbecue supper The affair was in tribute to Mr*. Helen |
former board member of Miami Women's Unit ol I'nited
Palsy. .
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, of the Dade County Board
Instruction, was among 1,500 school officials meetin in
\ l lor the recent annual convention of the National Schd
Association. Mrs. Minnie Wainer, 2!M)3 SW 2nd st "j
three weeju to her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C
Simonoff, of Brooklyn. N.Y. The Simonoffs jn-f
tamed by David's nephew, Sam Wainer, of the Bonfire restaurant1
ANNIVtRSAKttS SAlORf BOTH SIDES Of BAY
It was a mirror of numbers34 friends at the Lucerne hoteli
stituting a dinner party honoring the 34th wedding ann |
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell. Golden wedding celebratiw
marked 50 years of marriage for Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blossom,!
Bay dr., at a dinner in the Eden Roc. The Blossoms move
from Cincinnati 18 years ago, after Morris retired from the bu
business. .
Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel was the site of a i
party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gould, 1030 NW 127th st., on the
sion of their 37th anniversary. Helping mark the joyful fe
were the couple's daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Cooper..,)
Mr. and Mrs, Marcus Rosenfield, 940 8th St., it was a colden
sary Feb. 22. They moved here from Chicago ten years ago.
Also marking 50 years of wedded happiness were the
Falleks, of 1168 Marseilles dr., Normandy Isle. The Falleks hall
winter residents here for 45 years, cbming from Chicago two I
ago to live on the Beach permanently. .
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Mil. HlOtlOH ZIGILSKY
MKS. DAVID SINGU
Miss (ioklstein Picks
Ballerina Gown for
Double King Kites
In an intimate family double ring
wedding at Rabbi Irving Lchrman's
Temple Kmanu-Kl study TtlMtUjr
evening, Fob 21, Missfioslyn Ruth
'oldstem. daughter of Mrs. Kather-
me GoIdM< in, Charlotte, N.C.. and
Hie late Sam Goldstein, became the
bride of David E. Sin [er, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Singer, of
Gainesville and Miami
Marvin Singer was best man. Ma-
tron of honor was Mrs. Alvin
Nagelberg. The bride was given in
marriage by her brother, I-eonard
Goldstein, of Providence. R.I.
The bride selected a ballerina
length gown of white imported
chantilly lace, featuring a very
bouffant skirt, fitted bodice and
cap sleeve. Her nose veil of French
illusion was attached to a cap of
matching lace. She carried white
orchids on her cousin's Bible.
The bride attended Queens Col
lege in Charlotte. The groom is a
graduate of the University of Flor-
ida. He is one of the owners of
Singer Clinical Laboratory. After
an extended honeymoon, the cou
pie will make their home in Miami
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ndlelighl Kites For Annette Kuan, Morton Zigelsky
nday. Feb. 19. was the date carried a lace covered bridal Bible
n b> Vi-- Annette Dock Buan centered with two white hybrid
trmarriaui'to Morton H. Zig- orchids and showered with lilly-
The bride is the daughter | of-the-valley.
Maid of honor was Miss Marcia
Buan, sister of the bride, attired
and Mrs. Hairy Buan, 979
h >t. ami the groom is the
[of Mr. and Mrs Al Zigelsky,
SW 5th ter
K candlelight ceremony took
in the Rose room of the
oln Manor, with Rabbi Yaakov
tiberg officiating, assisted by
(tor William Lipson.
un Lapm was best man, and
via Vinik, Al Rubenstejn and
' "Flaxer ushered. William
It, uncle of the bride, was head
r in marriage by her par-
toe bride chose a floor-length
of imported hand-clipped
ptijlylfi* over clipper satin,
bodice featuring an illusion
kline with Queen Anne lace
and point to hand sleeves.
Spanish style skirt was of
voluminous gathered tiers of
oped lace. The double veil
tench illusion was held in
by a seed pearl tiara. She
mother of the groom. J. Eckstein.
maternal grandfather of the groom,
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Charos, aunt
and uncle of the groom, and Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Broadbar, all of
New York City; and Mr. and Mrs.'
in a shimmering turquoise crystal-j S. M. Dock, aunt and uncle of the
lette ballerina. Matron of honor bride, Tampa,
was Mrs. Irving Spector, aunt of j The bride is a graduate of Mi
the bride, and bridesmaids were i ami High School, where she was
Sandra Zigelsky, sister of the > a member of the school orches-
tra. She attended the University
of Miami and is now on the exec-
utive staff of Burdine's. The groom
is also a graduate of Miami High
School, attended the University of
Miami apd is now with the Flor-
ida Power & Light Company.
Upon completion of a honey-
m*oon trip to Cuba, the newlyweds
will reside at 1355 SW 3rd st.
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groom. Joyce Spector,. .cousin of
the bride, and Marcia Martinez.
All attendants wore gowns iden-
tical to that of the honor attend-
ant, and all carried colonial bou-
quets of shell pink carnations,
showered with matching tulle.
Flower girl Pearl Zigelsky. sister
of the groom, wore pale blue floor-
length tulle with picture hat.
Mrs. William Dock, aunt of the
bride, took charge of the guest
book. A reception and dinner
dance at the Lincoln Manor follow-
ed the ceremony. Floral designs i a 5 pm. double ring ceremony
were created by Blackstone Flower at R^bi jrving Lehfmans Temple
Shops. Emanu-El study on Sunday. Feb.
Among out-of-town guests were 26- Miss Marilyn Toby Helman,
Mrs. F. Zigelsky. paternal grand- > J/ughter of Mr and Mrs. Herbert
. 1 Helman. 7516 West Treasure dr.,
became the bride of Irving Jack
Scherr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Scherr, Miami Beach, and formerly
of New York City.
Best man was Gerald Spolter.
Maid of honor was Myra Rosen.
The bride selected a ballerina
gown of white imported pleated
Helman, Scherr
OH* to Havana
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Feb. 9 was the date chosen by
Judy Sicgel for her marriage to
Sheldon Davidson. The bride is
lighter of Mr. and Mrs. David
A. Siegel, Hollywood Beach, and
the groom i> the son oi Mr. George
M. and the late Mrs. Dorothy l>;,
on, 1491 NW 20th st.. Miami.
The double ring candlelight <
mony took place in the Pageant
room of the Hollywood Beach ho-
tel at an altar decorated with
white gladiolas, white chrysantbe-
mums and pale pink roses. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz, of Zamora Jewish
Center, and Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
of Hollywood, officiated.
Steven Davidson, brother of the
groom, was best man. and Richard
Siegel. brother of the bride, Ger-
ald Magar, Frank Wills, Samuel
Wasaenon, Alan Howard and Jer-
ome Cohen ushered.
For her wedding the bride chose
a pink silk organza gown with
large back bow. Clouded white
silk organza was used in an apron
effect with all-over mother of pearl
sequin design. The square neck-
line was off shoulder effect, and
pink organza mittens completed
the ensemble. Her only jewelry
was a strand of pearls, gift of the
groom. The three-quarter length
double-tiered French illusion veil
was held in place by a pearl edged
lace tiara. She carried a Bible
centered with two white hybrid
orchids and showered with lily-of-
of-the-valley.
Miss I.aura Siegel, cousin of the
bride. ITM maid of honor, attired
in a bouffant pink lace ballerina,
the skirt caught in puffs with pink
silk ro
A reception and candlelight wed-
ding dinner at the Hollywood
Beach hotel followed the cere,-
riiony. Irving Rose and his strings
offered music for dinner and danc-
ing. Miss Phyllis Shecter took
charge of the guest book. Flowers
were designed by the Blackstone
Flower Shops.
Among out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Siegel, paternal
; grandparents of the bride from
I Boston. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Wit
1 liam Howard and sons. Puerto
Rico; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Karger.
Samuel Hurwitz. Mr. and Mrs Mur-
ray Hurwitz and Mr. and Mrs. Al-
fred Sulkin. Newton, Mass.; Mrs.
bodice and bouffant skirt trimmed Samuel Shecter and Mrs. A. Sachs.
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with white velvet. Her nose veil
was attached to a cloche of match-
ing nylon and flowers. A white
orchid corsage complimented her
costume.
The bride attended schools in
Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr. Scherr is a
graduate of New York University
Brookline, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs.
Baron Bank. Baltimore. Mri ; and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Abrams, Bos-
ton.
The bride is a graduate of Brook-
line schools and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami. She majored in
art. and was chosen sweetheart of
school of commerce, with a BS de- {the grooms fraternity there,
gree in accounting. He is former The groom js a graduate of the
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Hirsch Will Chair Telethon (ST
Albert Hirsch, local community
worker, has been appointed chair
man of the Miami downtown area
for the collection of funds in the
forthcoming Variety Children's
hospital telethon over WGBS-TV,
channel 23.
The telethon is slated at Miami
Beach auditorium Mar. 10 and 11.
General chairman is George B.
Storer, Jr.. with Paul Bruun acting
as cocJ-airman and Victor Levine
as secretary.____________
Sponsor of (he tetoL
etyClubof.MOH.rrMatTl
Ini addUion his S^
of the downtown area &*
also head up ,hc ReneJ^<
committee. WorkingI"J
Abe Gurevit/, r^orge JJ>
Gardner, Woodrow Gk*
ward Melniker and Bill
Hirsch. who is preM.lwi'Z
pie Israel Men's 1 f0^
turned from N>u'orrf
he met with former Pre.,Ll
ry Truman.

National and local leaders of the State of
Israel Bond organization map plans for the
1956 campaign here. Left io right are Col.
Jacob M. Arvey, Samuel N. Friedland. Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, Jacob Sher and
Abraham Feinberg meeting at Col. Arvey's
Miami Beach home. Sher is chairman and
Mrs. Meyers women's division chairman of
the Greater Miami Committee, while Fein-
berg is national president of the Israel Bond
organization.
Zionists Propose
Membership Drive
A. Arthur FVkelner. chairman of
the South Florida coordinatinu
board of the Zionist Organization
of America, ha- announced that
ZOA districts in South Florida are
planning a one-month membership
drive.
Pekelner said Wednesday that
ni"st of the districts in Greater
Miami "are far ahead ol last year's
membership figures, and many
have surpassed their quotas for the
yeai A one-month drive during
which each district will concen-
trate on a door t" do ir i
i- bcina planned, a- well as spe-
cial functions and activities "
Assistii r. .. Iner will he Ben
Appel. member-hip chairman, Mi-
ami Beach-Israel Zionist District;
Morn- Simon, membership chair-
man. Coral Gables Zionist District;
Irving Saal, .Miami Zionist District;
Mr and Mr- Harvej Sootin, Miami
Young Married Zionist District.
Rabbi Henry Okolid, North
Dade Zionist District; Dr. Ben
ZuckTbraun. North Shore Zioni-t
District: Selma Schenkman, Ma-
sada Miami Beach Young Adult
Zionist District, and Irving Oxen-
horn, Hollywood Zionist District
paid tor on a 'pay a- you go' basis
and I will support a tax program
ior that purpose."
Fascell received the honor of
being the first treshman to be
called upon to preside over the
House of Repreenatives in the
84th Congress The success in ob-
taining congressional approval for
the re-toration of a ti.'.i million dol-
lar appropriation for the Central
and South Florida flood control
project, alter the appropriation
had been deleted by committee.
was directlj attributed to his ef-
forts, according to Fascell's sup-
porters.
"Fascell gained further recog-
nition in accomplishing an almost
unheard ol feat, that of a first
term member having his own ma-1
jor legislation favorably acted
upon in both Houses of Congress.
The Fascell Bill, now Public Law I
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Fascell Will Seek
Reelection Here
Florida's Fourth Congressional
District Congressman. Dante B.
Fascell. announced Wednesday
that he would be a candidate for
reelection to the position he now
holds in the United Staes Congress
In making known his intentions
again to seek the national office,
Fascell said, "my work in Congre--
has indeed been inspiring. I deem
it a privilege to represent the citi-
zens of Dade and Monroe counties
and trust that they will again see
fit to afford me the opportunity to
serve them."
Reviewing the possibility of a
tax cut, Fascell said "1 t appear-
at this time, that there is little
likelihood of any sizeable tax re-
lief becoming a reality this year.
Excise taxes, at their present rate,
will probably be extended again.
New taxes are coming for roads.
But perhaps some tax relief fo<
individuals will be forthcoming be-
fore the end of the session.
Discussing the merits of present
Federal aid to education construc-
tion proposals. Fascell continued,
"At this point neither the Admin-
istration nor the Kelley Bill ap-
pears to be the answer to the
school problem for the Fourth Dis-'
trict from a purely economic stand-,
point. But I support the theory of :
assisting our schools if this can be
done with a minimum of Federal
control.
"The House Public Works, and i
the Ways and Means Committees
are now studying new highway
construction and financing pro-
posals. I will support the construc-
tion of the vital inter-state high-
way system. This will provide ui
with thousands of miles of first
class roerfs. The system should be
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Many Guests Will
Pete Jcck Taplin
Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Taplin, 1888 Daytonia rd., Biscayne
Point, will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. Mar. 3, at
Torah Temple. Officiating at the
service will be Rabbi Abraham M.
CasMl.
Mr. and Mrs. Taplin are the
owners and builders of the Chateau
motel and have been active in local
civic affairs. Several hundred
guests are expected to attend the
service at Torah Temple.
Following the Bar Mitzvah cere-
mony, Kiddush reception will be
held in the Temple's outdoor patio
Jack is a junior high student at
; Oxford School and is active in the
schools sports program.
Allen, son of Mr. and
|B. Lakin. will celebrate
to Mitzvah at Temple
j.Q on Saturday, Mar. 3.
Irving Lehrman will of-,
Clifford is a seventh
student a! Nautilus Jun-.
[igh and attends Temple
u-El religious school.
|nley Friedberg
Bar Mitzvah
ey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
. rriedberg. will become Bar
bh at Sabbath morning serv-
|>f Beth David Congregation.
Yaaknv Rosenberg will of-
BW AmImh.i.-
Jeffrey Frank, son of Mrs. Selma
Luchow, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
on Saturday. Mar. 3. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Jeffrey is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
and attends Temple Emanu-El
religious school.
I at
iley i> a seventh grade stu-
Shcnandoah Junior High
il, where he i> a member of
ack trim. St .in ley has been
ling Beth David religious
fo r the past lour years and
ember of the Cotillion group
'alis & Tefilin club.
if-towa guests will include
ndparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max
rg. and Mrs. Fannie Kopel;
id Mrs. Sam Marchant and
id Mrs. Frank Sadow, all of
fork.
ption will be held Saturday
Cooper's restaurant. The
Tgs will be hosts at Kiddush
ibath morning.
i~ of Mrs. Alice and
prnartf Stutzel. will be-
ter Mitzvah Saturday
n9- Mar. 3, at Beth Jacob
ga'ion. He attends Cen-
"^ch Juruor High School
!^J5_sventh grade.
B*? oi *" "d Mrs.
E*J Mar. 3, at Miami He-
Utoah Con8regation. The
r tit aUends s*nndoah
f* and the religious
WiftS Hebrew Schol-
nW,Suaon Aprii wiU slfi-
s< liROS ; .
Richard Eisen
Bar Mitzvah Due
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
i Abraham Eisen, will become Bar
Mitvah at Sabbath morning serv-
ices of Beth David Congregation.
Richard is an eighth grade stu-
!dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School and is a member of the
| track team and Choral group.
He has been enrolled at Beth
David religious school for the past
six months. Previously he attend-
ed Mt. Eden Center, Bronx, NY.,
for three years.
The Eisens will be hosts at Kid-
dush on Sabbath morning. Rabbi
i Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate.
Michael David, son of Mr. and
Mis. Al Lozoff, 5951 SW 11th
st., will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, Mar. 3, at Temple
Zion. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
will officiate. Michael David is
a seventh grade student at
West Miami High and attends
Temple Zion religious school.
Melaveh Malkeh
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Men's Mizrachi of Miami will
hold a Melaveh Malkeh Saturday
evening. Mar. 3. at Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation.
This is the first annual Melaveh
Malkeh of the organization, and
Imo
Steven Howard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph R Shere, 5004 N.
Bay rd., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning, Mar. 3,
at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
will also culminate a membership
drive. Israel Levenson, president,
; said Wednesday.
Membership committee indudfes
Benjamin Lichter, Jacob S. Wer-
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son.
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April, Miami Hebrew School Bpiri
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Beth El Congregation; and Arie
Becker, Beth Raphael.
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Jewish education fas subject of this charter
signing last week in chambers of Circuit
Judge John W. Prunty. Newly organized
Council of Jewish Education of Greater Mi-
ami came into being as ceremonies were
attended by (left to right) Saul Rabin, of
Temple Emanu-El; Abraham Gittelson. of
North Shore Jewish Center; Isidor Dickman,
of Beth David; Louis Schwartzman, director.
Bureau of Jewish Education; Judge Prunty;
Sydney J. Greenberg, of Beth Sholom; Her-
bert Berger, director of Bureau Extension Ac-
tivities; Louis Kissler and George Goldberg,
North Dade. Greenberg is president;
Schwartzman, first vice president; Berger,
second vice president; Rabbi Alexander
Gross (not present), third vice president;
Rabin, secretary; and Cantor Jack Born-
stein (not present), treasurer.
Executive Meeting Draws 3 Teen Age Leaders of Miami
Two Miami area teenage leaden
of Aleph Zadik Aleph attended
the organization's annual interna-
tional executive committee meet-
ing in Washington, D.C., recently,
here recently.
They are George Lcfcoe 2120
SW 21st it., a 17-year-old fresh-j
man at Dartmouth College, and
Ross Sandier 17. 4841 Biltmore dr.. I
Coral Cables. I junior at Miami
Senior High School.
Lefcoe. a member of the Hurri-
AZA ehapter. i- president of
District 5 aza. which consists of
the Southeastern coastal states
from Washington, D.C., down. The
district has a membership of some
1.300 boys
Young Sandier, a member ol Mil-
New String Group In Gablfes Debut
A newly formed string -imloni-
etta of the Coral Gables Jewish
tenter, under the; direct ion of Rob-
ert Strassburg, made its debut
on Sunday evening. Feb. 5.
The 23-piece string ensemble,
consisting of 14 violins, four violas.
four cellos and one bass, is the
first ol its kind in Dade county.
First program included music by
Bach. Handel. Mozart, Shubert and
Tschaikowsky.
Guest artists appearing were
Marlene Bsharah. Lyric Soprano,
and Cantor Irving Robinson, bari-
tone. The group is sponsored by
the Brotherhood of the Coral Gab-
les Jewish Center and rehearses
on Sunday evenings.
Strassburg is well known here
through his activities as a com-
poser and musical director of the
Center His new comic opera,
"Chain," is now having its world
premiere by the Westchester Op-
era Company in New York. NBC
Symphony of the Air and many
other music groups.
Dr. Doran D. Zinner, program
chairman of the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center, were in charge of the
local affair.
lei AZA ehapter, i- international
AZA community service chairman.
He direct- the voluntary commu-
nity service campaigns of AZA's
more than 14.000 members
throughout the I'nited States and
Canada.
Sheila Pearl. 18. 628 28th st..
attended the annual international
executive committee meeting of
B'nai B'rith Girls in Washington.
. D.C., at the same time.
Sheila, a freshman at the Uni-
versity of Florida, is 1955-56 Inter-
national B'nai B'rith Girls fund
raising chairman. She is a mem-
ber of the Aquawhite BBG chapter
here.
B'nai B'rith Girls, for girls of
high school age, is one of the ma
jor constituent agencies of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization.
BBYO, which has a registered
I membership of more than 30,600,
i is the largest Jewish youth organ-
l iiation in the world. It maintains
chapters throughout the United !
States, Canada, Mexico, Great I
Britain, Israel. Australia and Bel-
gium.
GEORGE HOLLAHAN
Koilahan in Bid for
State Legislature
George Hollahan. South Miami
municipal judge, announced Wed-
nesday that he has qualified as i
candidate for State Legislature in
Group 1 for Dade county with R. A.
Gray, Secretary of State.
Hollahan cites 'the lack of I
modern and well-founded consti-
tution as the standout reason for
Dade county's unfair position in
our State Government."
He said that nearly all Dade
county's problems would be solved
by a realistic and fair-minded ap-
proach to Dade county's needs.
Hollahan said he is pledged "to
a program of cooperation with the
representatives of other counties
in Florida, but at the same time I
will vigorously present Dade coun-
ty's cause for fair treatment in
Tallahassee."
His platform also includes legis-
lative audi( "' the state budget
monies and modern criminal laws.
Osceola Gets Camp
Accreditation Here
Camp Osceola Wednesday an-
nounced its accreditation by the
Southeastern Section of the Amer-
ican Camping Association.
This was the result of a visit
last summer to Camp Osceola by
Dr. A. P. Kephart, the associa-
tion's representative consultant.
"Standards committees of the
various sections of the Camping
Association have worked for more
than ten years to formulate a set
of minimum standards for Ameri-
can camps. These standards form
a basis for camp membership in
the American Camping Associa-
tion." according to Osceola direc-
tors Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver,
i 7536 Buccaneer ave.
Silver is well known in educa-
tional circles in Miami, and he is
presently serving, as principal of
ithe Treasure Isle Elementary
School.
"Osceola is the only camp with
directors in this area that has the
association's accreditation," Silver
explained.
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week.
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units, including five deluxe pent
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ttrjban balleiina Alicia Alonso, of the .Ballet Russe de
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#ker.owned organization under auspices of the Uni-
^Miami for three performances Friday evening, Mar.
[Dado county auditorium, and Saturday matinee and
, Mar. 17, at Miami Beach auditorium.
Prunty Wilt Seek
To Retain His Seat
Circuit Judge John W. Prunty
this week announced that he will
lw a candidate to retain his seat
<>n the circuit court bench in the
May Democratic primaries.
Judge Prunty, who has bet n ;i
practicing attorney m I)..!, county
since 1933. was appointed to his
post some week- ago by Gov. Le-
Roy Collins.
He i- tkrted to aerva on the Su-
preme Court <>i Florida ;,- associate
justice for one week starting Fob
27.
Prunty supporters this week de-
clared that their candidate "h.i
outstanding record in law and in
public service." He received his
Juris Doctor degree from the Uni-
versity of Florida in 1933. and has
i)ii ii p, -ince, ex-
cept f :..!... years in
He 1 ; I i municipal
assistant
it (ounty
solicll I : past vice
president and r <-f the Dadc
ounty Bar Association. ,
The 46 year-old circuit judge
(.line to Miami in 1917. He gradu-
ated from Allapattah Elementary
School and Miami High School, and
received his AB degree, as well as
his law degree, from the Universi-
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, ty of Florida. At Gainesville, he
also took four years of R.O.T.C.
I training, which led to a second lieu-
I tenant's commission in the Army.
I He entered the service in March.
1 1942, and was honorably dis-
! charged in December. 1946. as a
lieutenant colonel. His service in-
cluded 10 months duty in Korea.
Judge Prunty is a former presi-
dent and honorary life month
the Miami Junior Chamber ot Com-
merce. He is also a member of the
Masons. Mahi Shrine. American
>n, Veterans of Foreign V
Kiwanis. Military Order of World
WarSj Florida Bar Association.
I American Bar Association and
American Law Institute.
He is a member and former
vestryman of the Episcopal Church
and lives with his wife and family
at 402 NE 95th st.

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treasurer, Gene Shafton, Jackson
ville.
Rabl i Mayer Abramowitz, direc-
tor "i i'h' Southeast region "I Unit-
ed s* nago ue Youth, said that "the
spirit "! ihf convention, ;i- \^<:I a-,
the H i uraging r"i> ol I SY's
ai!i\.in- m ail the i onservative
regations, will act a- a stimu-
lus to the teenagers to rededicate
themselves to the synagogue and
will insure a true return to God
mi the part <>f youth."
Thirty-one teenagers represented the Greater Miami area
at the annual convention of Southeast region of United
Synagogue Youth in Birmingham, Ala. Shown are Irwin
Segal. Frank Bauer. Joy S. Davidow. Esther Brenner, Billy
Rosenberg, Herbert Rubinstein, Marvin Goldman, Ruth
Weinstein, Sandy Schreidell, Carol Miller, Mike Schneider,
Shira Serott, Ronald Kronowitz, David Harris, Adele Dayan,
USY Convention Dedicates Theme
To Return to Spiritual Principals
Annual convention ol tin S mth
i region ol the United Syna-
c youth took place Feb 17
through 1<) in Birmingham, Ala
h Temole Beth El acting a- host
ion.
Mure than i!"'1 teenagers, n
nting :-'i I ;:-oi\;it:\.
les i:: the Southeast ret
vention dedi-
, i, i to thi thi me, "Youth Turns
' hi Returning from 'in- con-
ion I..-! week were 31 en-
. i rs from Greater Miami repre-
the I onservative
. ..ue- hen
The convention issued a call to
; !1 Jewish teenager- "to return to
ynago ue and make it the
o nter ol Hi" community." in the
I rrt "Youth Turns to God."'
the USY'ers convention featured
discussions ol "Jewish Kthics in
Everyday Life," "The Meaning of
Praver in Modern Society,"
"Strengthening the Spiritual
Bridge Between Israel anil Amer-
ica" and "Who Are Today's
Prophets."
Highlighting the convention was
Sabbath program, which
brought forth a resolution "to re-
vitalize the Sahbath hy maintaining
j; sacredness which is to serve as
an inspiration for a true return
to God,"
The convention elected the fol-
lowing regional officers who will
direct USY activities for the com-
ing year:
President. Mike Schneider, Mi-
ami Beach; first vice president,
Gorman Krone. Tampa; second
vice president, Morton Stern, Co-
lumbus. Ga.: recording secretary.
Eunny Sherman. Savannah. Ga.;
Susan Cohen, Lester Brickman. Charles Philips. Charles
Kamin, Sandra Schaps. Kenny Wagner, Wendy Rubin,
Buddy Surkin. Jerry Rago. Herman Hohauser, Steven Fur-
man, Susan Estis. Harry Payton, Joanne Berman, Joan Her-
man. Bill Seiden. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz is director ol
the Southeast region, and Paul Kwtney, of Temple Emanu-
El, represents the Youth Commission.
_____Er_iday._March-]
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Temple Israel
Seder in New Bldg.
Temple Israel's annual Passover
seder will be conducted for the
first time in the newly huilt Tem-
ple Israel Auditorium and Jacob
H. Kaplan Chapel, it was announc-
ed this week.
These rooms together have a
capacity of more than 600 for din-
ing purposes.
Passover seder will Me conduct-
ed by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. and
musical portions will be rendered
by Cantor Jacob Bornstein. The
Union Haggadah. published by the
Central Conference of American
Babbis. will be used.
Melaveh Malkeh Saturday
Grand Babbi Nahum-tze Twer-
sky will be guest of honor at a
Melaveh Malkeh .on Saturday eve-
ning, Mar. 3, at David Whitman
Hall. He will also speak at Shalos
Seudos. Babbi'Twersjty is the Metr-
opoler Rabbi of Chelsea, Mass.,
nd well known here.
Van Dusen to Quit
UM Post, Seek Seat
With Commission
C. Raymond Van Dusen, chair-
man of the Dade County Board of
Public Instruction, announced his
candidacy for County Commission,
District 4. Wednesday.
In making the announcement.
Van Dusen stated. "I feel that the
public schools are in good hands,
and now I wish to widen my scope
of Dade county interests. I feel
that my eight years of public serv-
ice as a member of the Board of
Public Instruction and as president
of the South Miami City Council
have given me the experience that
qualifies me for the post of com-
missioner."
Van Dusen stated further, "As
commissioner from District 4. I
would bend my efforts to meet the
continuing and growing problems
of expansion of the county in an
organized and systematic manner
as we have tried to do in the public
schools. In addition to the multiple
duties of commissioner. I would
work for a continuing development
[of the finest in medical and hos-
pital facilities and further serve
the citizens of Dade county in any
manner my position would per-
mit."
Van Dusen will resign his no-
sition with the University of Mi-
ami to run for the office.
After serving for over four years
in the US. Army during World
War II. Van Dusen came to the
University of Miami in 1946 as
chairman of the Department of
Speech, a position which he Mill
holds. At the same time, he organ-
ized the Speech and Hearing Clinic
and acted as its director until 1952.
He has also served as chairman
of the president's committees on
religion and safety at the univer-
sity.
Van Dusen first entered the
scene of civic affairs in 1949. when
he became president of the South
Miami City Council. Two years
later, he was elected to the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion, became chairman of the board
in January 1954, and was reflected
to both the board and its chair-
manship in 1955. Serving during
the period of rapid school expan-
sion, his supporters Wednesday
said "he was instrumental in the
Group to Meet Friday
Dade County Forest No. Ill, Tall
Cedars of Lebanon, and ladies of
the order, the Cedarettes, will
meet at the I Icta Masonic lodge-
ro MM in Miami Springs on Fri-
day evening to discuss final plans
for the first spring ceremonial and
parade to be held in Dade county
since 1933. The parade will be
held in Hiuleah and Miami Springs
May 5.
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of the steering committee for this
issue."
In addition to his work with the
school board. Van Dusen has been
a board member of the Dade Coun-
ty Board of Health, an advisory
board member of the Dade County
Crippled Children's Society, a
board member of the Multiple
Sclerosis Society and a member of
the Crime Commission.
Having received his AB decree
in 1931 at Indiana University, Van
Dusen was awarded an MA degree
in 1932 and his Doctor of Science
degree in 1937. both at the Univer-
sity of Michigan. He has done ad-
ditional graduate work at the Uni-
versity of Iowa and the University
of Chicago. In addition to numer-
ous magazine articles and scientific
papers. Van Dusen has written two
books. "Training the Voice for
Speech" and "While You Were
Away."
Van Dusen, 47. lives with his
wife, Norma. and daughter, Su-
san, at 7930 SW 78th st., South
Miami.
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nerte Center faculty are, front row (left
riqht) Shira Skop, Avi Kackoff, Esther
rhioW. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. principal,
Celle V.' Gull Sirkus, Maxgo New-
UeEfs Center
[Sunday Foic
jurth annual f i1"' 's-
L boo] will
tod Sun Mar. 4, at
[
the second consecutive year,
i Fine will 11 matter <>f cere-
l Rabbi Morion Malavsky,
ite Center spiritual leader,
esday revealed the list of
Ispeaker-.
Rinded arc Rabbi Samuel
:,Temple Beth Sholem. Holly-
Rabbi Simon April, Miami
School and CongreRaion:
Jes Fidelman. Israelite Center
Bent; and Louis Schwartzman,
rtive director of the Bureau
wish Education here.
gram of entertainment sched-
ili" I.ynne Pearl, in a series
ogs and dances; Ray Gaber,
evision station WTVJ; Miss
t Iris and Mel Goldstein, vocal-
1 Hy Fried, accompanist.
te growth of the Israelite
|r religious school in the past
1 year* has been phenome-
f Rabbi Malavsky said, in an-
ting the Mar 4 affair. "At
nt, the religious school en-
ent numbers some 175 stu-
chairmen of the board of edu-
i are Dr. Philip Sawelson and
Aron. Dinner loehairmen
ewls Pomerantz and Isidore
off.
Journal is bcin^' published in
nction with the .Sunday din-
abbi Malavsky indicated. Co-
nen are Hy Morris and Jacob
w
man. Back row are Jack Katzqer, Beatrice
Selditch, Ronald Katz. Helen Kessler. Not
shown is Fannie April.

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iilfes Counsel
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E Cicero, public utilities
Morthe-OK of Miami and
ED Miami City attorney, an-
ted Wednesday he would be a
"ate for election to the Dade
y commission in District 3.
*ro. who was born in 1916 in
*o, has lived in Florida since
|nd has been a Dade county
P since leaving military
": 1945. His experience as
'c official dates back to 1947,
.7 ^came assistant city at-
fwthe City f Miami.
attorney for the Miami
"8 and zoning board and
* attorney for the building
0 appeal.,. He later became
bk!, J!t0rney and ^signed
p?iriinjune'i983'tore-
T/*lva,e 'aw practice.
fc" aPP'nted Miami pub-
[Z C0Lun^l on January 5,
" he hWh': n(,t*ated and
imLUJ! fran^i so re-
moved by Miami voters.
5 ToLhr,mi,,,dacy for
, < mmisMon. Cicero de-
enwL^'V.1''*''* a change
ggft county
anenrt? ?1,l"u' h;,N com
**Ti arc excluded.
"'> MMiall> 5pendi nwre
Co-chairmen of Israelite Center board of education are Geft
to right) Morris Aron and Dr. Philip Sawelson.
than 100 million dollars in public
business and when public officials
seek to run public affairs as if they
were private business without ex-
posing their discussion and deci-
sions to the public, there is always
an invitation to wrong-doing, even
though no wrongdoing may take
place.
"In addition, such 'closed-door'
conduct of public affairs by elected
officials is against the spirit and
letter of our constitution. A public
official who conducts public busi-
ness in private should be retired to
private business where his actions
do not affect any Interest* but his
own."
Cicero stated that if elected, he
would "give immediate attention to
solving Dade county's road prob-
| lems which he termed the most
! critically urgent problem facing
'' the citizens of Dade county." Cicero
j added that it will take $150,000,000
j in state and federal funds to solve
Dade county's road situation and
traffic bottlenecks "that are pre-
senting serious barriers to the
area's continued physical and eco-
nomic growth."
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9.
Frid
ay-Marc^
Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Wors
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:45. Saturday morning service
are at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky will officiate and preach
on the topic: "Worshipping t-h*
Gold Standard." Cantor Louis (Jar
tenhaaa renders the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Junior service-.
are in Ycshiva Hall at 10 a.m. Class
in Sanhedrin will be at 4:30 p.m.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:15. Late services are at 8:15,
when Cantor Maurice Mr.mches
will be honored by pupils of the
religious school. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Michael Stut-
zell will become Bar Mitzvah. Class
in Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Daily n rv -
ices arc at 7 a.m. and 8 a.m., with
evening services at 5:30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. On the occasion of the 40th
anniversary of Histadrut Ivrit. Rah- 8 15. Rabbi Yaakov Kosenbci
bi Leon Krcni-h will discuss: discuss: "The Myster) of Life."
Why Hebrew'.'" Saturday morn- Cantor William I.ipson renders lin-
ing services are at 1045. Steven musical portions oi the liturgy.
Howard, son of Mr and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Ki-en and
Shere. will become Bar Mit/vah. Mr. and Mrs. "Morris Friedberg Will
Cantor Samuel Kelemer render- be host- at Oncg Shabbat in honor
the musical portions of the liturg) oi their children. Richard Bisen
RABBI SHMARYAHU SWIRSKY
. "Gold Standord"
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
AGUOATH ISRAEL
ATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD
HEBREW INSTITUTE-7-"l CitflU SVi
Hive.
3 A D
Rabbl Irvine
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening service- at 6 Satur-
day morning service- are at Rab-
in Alexander Gross will preach on
the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at
S 30 p in., followed b) Shalos St u-
(lo-. Dailj si i". ices an
and b' p.m.. with Sui
services at 7.
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Fridaj eve-
at 8 Saturdaj moni-
es are at 8:30. Rabin I
Ever '' ill preach on the topic 'The
pt oi i Dcleanliness and Puri-
fication." Kiddu-h follows. Mincha
will be at 5:30 p.m. preceded by a
I in Talmud. William I'eigcn-
n will be hosl al Shalos Seudos.
Dailj services arc at 8 am and 6
p.m., with Sunday morning serv-
id at 8:30.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening service- at 5 and
8:30 p.m. Dr. Israel Goldfarb. fath-
er-in-law of Rabbi Irving I.ehnnan.
will be guest preacher. Saturday
morning services are at 9. with
Rabbi Lehrman officiating and dis
cussing the Weekly Portion. Clif-
ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Lakin.
and Jeffrey, son of Mrs. Selma
Luchow. will become Bar Mitzvah.
CANDUUGHTING TIME
Ador 19 6:04 p.m.
and Friedberg, who be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services at 9 Junior serv-
ices are at 10 am.
?
TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday
evening services at 5.30 and 8:30
p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
diSCUSS the Weekly Portion. Mr.
and Mrs Al I.o/otf will be ho-'- at
Oneg Shabbat in honor of their
son, Michael, who become- Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services at 9. Kiddu-h follows
Sabbath school will be at 9:30 a.m.
Mincha is at 5:50 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening service- at
8:15. Rabin Joseph Narot will dis-
cuss: "The Living Issue- of the
Dead Sea Scrolls.-'
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
G R E
ABOVE LINCOLN ROAU
OrthCdoS,
.ETh'.'sr'aEL CONGREGATION 4000 Prairie .v.. Orthodox. TUbb. H.
temple BETH SHOLOM -4,44 Ch ave. Lib**.!. *M> T^on Kronl.h.
Cantor S;itinn-i Kelemer.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Wellington ave, Coneerv,
TEKohr,.K7n Cantor null.. BrummVV.
BELOW LINCOLN
BETH JACOB CONOREOAT.ON-noi-311 Washington ave. Orthodox.
"RabblTlnor st-m. Cantor Maurlca MumcJiaa.
BETH TF.LAH CONGREGATION -9.15 Kuelld ave. Orthodox. IUM.I Jo-
HEBREW ACADEMY--.8 rh ,t. Orthodox. Rabbl Alexander fir..*
^esetWh Israel congregation ,:. RfcoUd av* ohod.,x. Rabb.
i, triii i: Cuplnn. Cantor Abranam *-<
TORAH| TEMP. v....-rl.*n Judatam. Rabbla Abraham
ad Louis Cm
CORAL GABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER-^ Palermo
Morris Skop Cantor Irving Roblm
,..'. JEWISH CENTER-44 Zamora ave
2A'u if Hurwltt" ESS rVotlolph BrllL
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-US NW 3rd ave. Orthodox.
A' H STl YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD-iTL';, Monroe at.. Hollywood.
Coniervatlve. Ral.M RattueJ 1-eri-r.
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOrj-2030_rolk jt.. HoJIywood. Conaerva-
live Rabbi David
ave. Liberal. Rabbi
Conservative. Rabbi B.
Hnhbl
Bbaplro Cantor Yehudah
IMIbraun.
South Andtews ave..
TEMPLE
Con-
- imlcln.
CENTER -- SiOO North Miami ave.
II.:-on I'antor Albeit Glatitx.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE1*01
Kt 1 aud.-r.lale. Re-form. RabW Marlus Ramon.
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-9D1 East 4th- ave.
aervatlve. Rabbi Boris Rackovi
NORTHEAST
ISRAEL137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rnbbl Joseph Narot. I
Kai Ian, Rabbi Bmarltua. Cantor Jacob
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE
Con ( rvatlvi Kabbl Abraham
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION -1M01 NW Tttl ave.
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-50 NW 51t pi.
Coi bi mtlva. itabbi Ldo Helm.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTFR -1MS0 W. -t 1'lxle hWT- (live.
Kabbl Hear) ntor Maurice Nan,
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION164th
Conai rvatlvi Rabbl ai.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE MJ3 S\\
Yaako> i: nberg. I bntoi William W
BETH EL CONGREGATION .".('0 SV\ 17 Hi
t. and NE llth ave.
i t. sw iiakj .Santoi Lout i; rtnl
ISRAELITE CENTER 3198 SW 24th I Conai
Mali I "
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 11 M

Rabbl
ItabBI
I

Itabbi Sim
TEMPLE ZION '. : ~v.
ii A|i
WEST
ITth i i
sw Kih ..v
MIAMI
ii -. i

liablil Alfa I U ..\inan.
ciate and preach
P^tors ol the Soul
<'!< Kelemer renders
portions f the |,iur
ices will he ^ 7.3Q ,
with
Preaching (
NORTH DADB 4
TtR will holdflW
icm at 8:15,
Okolica
"Great Men Are ,
Cantor Maurice Nerj
musical portions 0f
Oneg Shahhat will f0|L_
ed by B'nai B'rilh (;,$
morning services are j
services will be at 7MJ
5:30 p.m.
MONTICELLO PARK
CATION will hold Frid1
services at 8:15. with P^
Lerer officiating and .
"The Songs of GeneraUJjSI
at Oneg Shabbat will bt
Mrs. Leonard Miller \j,
their son. Bruce, who I
Mitzvah during Saturdaji
services at i>. Sabbath ]
be: "A New Hm*>i
Spirit."
Anne hank Diary
Luncheon meetiji
Beach B'nai B'rith
I held at the Di Lido'hotI
noon. Mar. 6.
Mrs. Ger*hon S. Miller (
a book review on the I
Anne Frank."
Mrs. Miller was for
tor of dramatics at Temp
El and director of tp
tie- at the Hebrew Ac
1
Daily services will be in the chapel i 8:15. "Keeping Young" will be the
at 8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Cantor
Philip Brummer renders the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy.
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
man will be hostess at Oncg SI
bat, Saturday morning services an
at it. Dailj services are at 9 a.m.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER v. ill hold Fridflv evetiing
civire- at .":15, with Rabbi Mayer
Abranx vvitz officiating and preach-
ing mi the topic: "Purification
Through Ritual." Cantor Edward
Klein renders the musical portions
of the liturgy, assisted by the choir Mincha
under the direction of Eli Samuel-
Saturday morning services are at
8:45. Junes, -on of Mr. and Mr-
Ernest Berger, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Sermon 1- based on the
Weekly Portion of the llaw.
*
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services
theme of the sermon by Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz. Service will include
a president's message by Harry
ROM and reports by I'SY delegates j Saturday
Joy Davidow, Esther Brenner. Billy commence at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Arie
Rosenberg and Herbert Ruben-! Becker will discu- Sounds That
will hold Friday eveninu services stein. Men'- club will be host at Never Die." Class in Bible will be
at 8:30. Rabbi David Shapiro will the Oneg Shabbat following. Satur 'at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
discuss: "The Eternal Message "i (li,y mornin service- are at 8:30. dos Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
iw, <-,... v v. 1 v. 11 1 Sermon will he based on the Week- Swartz.
Purim. Cantor Yehudah Ilei 1%. ,__ .__. ~**
IJ Portion. ( antor Rudolph Brill *
braun renders the musical portions renders the musical portions Ol the
of the liturgy. Mrs. Rose Zucker- litui
a
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA- -
tion \v 111 hold Friday evening
t 5:46. s iturdaj moi 1
services are at 8:30, with Rabbi
Leo Heiro preaching on the topic:
"The Sabbath as a Public Institu
tion." Oneg Shabbat follows. Sat-
urday morning sevices are at 9.
Ronald, .-on of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Wyman. will become Bar Mitzvah.
- It 5:45.
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BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Rabbi H.
Louis Rottman will preach on the
topic: "Our Divine Gift." Bible
class is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will
Ices are_ al 8 30, Rabbi .1
Caplan will' preach on tb
ng the in! 1
Abri hi:; s if renders the mu
portion- of the liturgy. Ral
class 1- al 5 IS follov 1 I bj Shalos
Seudos.
g
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami
will hold Friday ever: rvices
be at 5:30, followed by Shalos
at 6. Talmud class meets I Seudos. Daily services arc at 7:30
morning at 8. Services! a.m. and 6 p.m.
a
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday'
evening services at 8:30, with Rab-1
bi Abraham Herson preaching on
the topic: "The Torah Versus the
Red Menace." Cantor Albert
ANSHE EMES CONGREGA- Clantz renders the musical' por-
TION will hold Friday evening '""is of the liturgy. Saturday morn-
services at 5:45. Saturdaj mon li services are at 9. Subject of
Mincha will be the wnnoa will be: "The Rock of
Congregation will bold
ah Mar. in, with
ol Law 1 Dy
Silberman
a
th.
Mr
Anna
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
l'"'l'A '' and
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morti n Malavsky
will officiate and preach on the
"Judaism Religion of
in
in North Miami City Hall, 776 NE Love." Mr. and
125th s,.^, 8:15. Rabb, Alexander Wll. I, ,. at ^ ^hhTl
Steinbjch. spiritual leader ol Tern- honor .,,- Min. J^ ~^
pie Ahavath Sholom, BiooklynJcomes Bar
will be guest in the pulpit.
hosl al Kiddush.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 6. Saturday
mornii rrleai are at 8:30.
Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Wallick. will become Bar Mitz-
vah. Rabbi Simon April will offi-
MiMzer l/nveiliij|
1 Dedication of a.l
I
MAX MINTZH
ISil
Miami
U'lll Ithr
Si Kl w March
in die JoAi-h Sta
Wo Pam CEid
Mr Mini -urvnto]
wife.
and Joe, fill
daughter-. Jt*nrtt.
and Ethel leinhcru. il4
ami: a daughter
of McRjc
I. L Mint:
JaB len crandehildrril:
will he vondiKtad bfl
Simon Apnl Hilm
Mo1 > *oiJ
charge .'r.inccmf^r
and relative- .ire adtcdtol
Sattl UmeiliH
The Dedication of a*M to the Memory of the I
UWtS SAffT
139:5 N E 16th A*
Nohth Muta
will tak' r14"
Si NDAY MaSCH 4IK|
I:JO p.m.
Mr " Mr Safli 1- survived by
Ruth, a daughter
four listen Mr. >"'
Mr I \*$i
Perlman. all ol MU"
and Mn ^,
.1 hr
will I ,
Henry
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KABBI DAVID SHAPIKO
. "Eternal Message'
Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning services at 8:30. Can-
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS ,0F Samuel Wkow renders the mu
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday MCa' pnr,ions "f 'he liturgy s,T
evening services at 8:15. Rabbi'0".*"" ** based on the Weekly
Boris Rackovsky will officiate and
preach on the topic: 'The Ash
That Cleanses." Oneg Shabbat fol-
lows.
Portion.
X.
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6. Late'
Rabbi
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Kelemer, shown at record-breaking Luncheon Un-
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Division. The scene was dramatic climax of original
i directed by Cantor Samuel Kelemer and sung by
i Beth Sholom Sisterhood chorus of 36 and other prin-
(Guarantees
toll for Europe
sh Community
Distribution Committee,
imerican agency aiding dis-
Ijews broad, hu purchas-
\ than 350.000 pounds of
jand other Passover sup-
|r Jewish communities in
it was announced this
Edward If. M. Warburg,
airman, who was in Miami
, United Jewish Appeal's
[jdckofl .a the Saxony ho-
upplies have already been
to nearly a dozen coun-
guarantec that they will
i time for holidaj distribu-
irburg said.
for these activities are
I in part through the Com-
Jewish Appeal.
Passover supplies, most of
pre purchased by JDC in
Warburg stated, include!
f mauoth. matzoh meal and
bottles of kosher wine,
special items to meet
| community needs.
special items include
|000 pounds of kosher fat
I pounds of shemura flour
^trian Jews, Largest ship-
i matzoth and matzoh meal
France, 39.000 pounds;
jWnan), .31.WM). Yugoslav- \
u; Greece 21.000; Austria.
Inmsignments were sent toj
ind Spain,'
[hc ,inv Jewish community
fnia l'"' in many
|aran,JD( I nenl will
supplies |
coun-
[Vicer Seeks
W Again
[ record of accom-
Pj: county Commlaaloiwr
|*K*r announced tola week
l*ould be a candidate for
C '" '"< Maj primaries.
. who has served on the
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fl campa.j.n for reelection
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L"ckson Memorial Hospi-
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fnf Plannm; and (lMruc.
r**r* arterial high-
Designing Making Renewing
ORNAMENTAL IRON, COPPER"
BRASS & ALUMINUM
CLAUD PUILEN, Owner-Mgr.
PUUEN METAL CRAFTSMEN
395 N. I. 79th STREET
Phone PL 9.5414 Miami, Florida
UPHOLSTERING
EXPERT FACTORY WORK at lowest
rices in town. Give ut a trial. Free
pick up and delivery. Phone for free
estimate.
BISCAYNE BEDDING
5851 N.W. 17th Ae. Ph. PL 8-4606
Danrtng
LEARN TO DANCE
WHY envy ethers when you can he the
envy of others? 20 private dance les-
sons $45, taught by attractive experi-
enced instructors. FR 4-8548.
ROOM, BATH and FOOD
TO SETTLED WOMAN in elderly widow
tr's home en Beoch in exchange for
port time light housework. Write:
W. B., BOX 2*73, MIAMI II.
$5 Palmistry S2
Life reader advieer.
Born with power
M. Farran. NE 4-3267 Bui 15 or 24.
4500 N.W. 27th Ave.
RLKA-L KSTATE
POSITION WANTED
AS COMPANION TO ELDERLY
LADY OR COUPLE. Good Jewish
cook, light houiekeeping. Outstand-
ing reference. Call JE 1-0279 morn,
inge 9 to 1, or 4 to 7 p.m.
DRIFTWOOD MART
Lamps Tables Novelties
Wall Decorations
1400 20th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE JE 8-7679
Pincua Lawenda, noted stage,
radio and television personal-
ity, will appear in a concert
Saturday evening. Mar. 3, at
Hibiscus Masonic auditorium,
10th st. and Alton rd. Lawen-
da's repetoire includes "Sch-
wartze Natasha," which he
popularized here and abroad.
Program will also include stars
of English and Yiddish stage.
Beach Writer's Story
Featured in Magazine
A Miami Beach writer is the
author of a story on Abraham Lin-
coin which la being featured as
the lead in the current issue of
Jewish Horizons.
She is Stella Kamp. of 321 Ocean
dr., and the article is entitled
"Abraham Lincoln and the Israel-
ite."
Miss Kamp is the author of nu-
meroua fictionalized profiles based
on the real life of famous person-
alities in American history'.
ORIENTAL POOL FISH
Stock Your Fountains and Garden
Pools with Magnificent
CHINESE and JAPANESE GOLD FISH
EXOTIC AQUARIUM
122 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables
Phone HI 8-2693
YOUNG LADY
27, TALL, CHARMING PERSONALITY,
WISHES TO MEET CONGENIAL GENTLE-
MAN. WRITE: JEAN, P. 0. BOX 1702,
MIAMI BEACH, FIA.
WANTED
Professional or Business Couple to
Share Our Spacious
Modern Home
by the year, close in. bus No. 27
1232 S.W. 17th TERRACE
UHtKKI I ll\4.
BOOKKEEPING
Complete Service
TAX RETURNS, STATEMENTS
Ph. MU 8-0332 or 89-4840
FOR SALS
990 S.W. lit* STREET
2-BEDR00M CBS
Furnished, Near Synagogue
CALL HI 8-1046
Massage
DADE REST RESORT
Permanent Home for Blind,
Chronic. Convalescent and
Hard to-Manage Aged
Persons.
1389 N. W. 7th STREET
PHONE 9-7636
Get Your Plans Drawn
for Permit
4410 S.W. 69th AVE.
PHONE MO 6-4356
h;nir\no\vi
Invisible Reweavmg Lessons
All methods $6 hour private: $3 hour
semi-private lessons. Est. 1945. Call
Lucie's Health Massage Studio
MASSAGE C010NKS STEAM BATHS
KttHent Calls All Appointments
Day Time Only
417 41st ST., MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 8-7760
Warehouse or Factory Btdg.
Built to moot your requirements.
325,000 Ft. industrial zone land, N.W.
32nd Ave., 39th, 40th, 41st streets.
See building, under construction. 3150
N.W. 41st St. Owner-builder. PL 7-4830
KEOTA'S STEAM BATHS
Message and Steam Rooms
Rogisfered He/p
2331 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 82-4880
APARTMENT
OWNERS
We are making 2nd mortgage loans
from 55,000 to $50,000 on apartment
houses, lowest closing cost.
PHONE MR. SPEAR AT 82-6414
WORLD MORTGAGE SERVICE
217 ROPER BUILDING
Dolores Lee's Hearth Salon
1427 N.W. 54th STREET
PHONE 89-0090
816-4887 or write:
Amber School of Reweaving
P. O. Box 828. North Miami Beach
ELECTROLYSIS SCHOOL
Good income after short course. We
also remove hair professionally per-
manently. For appointment call
89-4035.
I feel confident that my years of
experience on the commission will
be most valuable to the continued
modern development of this coun-
ty."
MacVicar has been a resident of
Miami since 1919. He is married to
the former Florence Wharton He
is the father of two children and
has seven grandchildren.
A veteran of two world wars, he
is co-owner of the MacVicar-Wells
Lumber Company which was organ-
ized in 1936, and is a former Miami
city commissioner.
PERSONALS
NEW 0HNING Of
ZENY'S BEAUTY SALON
Complete Beauty Service. Specializing
in Hair Styling, Bleaching, and
Permanent Waving.
1322 NW 29th Sf. NE 5-9219
lern
|*5 "' the .i.m.mittce
:,.,'" fnvileged to play
*n an n Ihl. |)uiMmi!
r**<*l>ade county
iffflir ""A ^
Jao IS n,t,"<' Bt**". **
K S" the com-
hSJvn? ('"n,inue to
P,dl> Irom now on. and'
MMC^EH Vir US
RENT A CAR
$15 per Woflt
plus 5c per Milt
R*it For Leap
BEN'S RENTALS
1451 W. FLAQLER Ph. FR 3-6766
Pickup Miami and Beach
LOOK YEARS YOUNGER
BT FACE MUSCLE THERAPY. For details
about this amaiing method, call
JE 8-7047. 1613 Alton Road, Miami
Beoch.________^^^^^^^^_
ETHEL N. TAKCE
o Utorary Agent Notary
Public Stone Translator
420 LINCOLN R0. 8 8600
Annette Massage Salon
Swedish Massage Steam Baths
MEN A WOMEN TREATED
Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sun. to 3 p.m.
9720 N.W. 7th AVE. Ph. 89-9213
ANN and PATRICIA
ATLANTIC MASSAGE
Hovrs 10 to 7
8206 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. 84-7652
1XIO.ME TAX
TAX RETURNS-S2.00 UP
24 hour service anywhere. Also com-
plete accounting and auditing service.
ED SHAW, JE 1-6719
JE 1-6719
Perrine
Real Estate Co.
90 acres of high pine land. 2700 ft.
of road frontage. Between Coconut
Palm and Plumber Dr., west of Krome.
SI 800 per acre with terms one!
releases.
WE HAVE LOTS Of OTHER LISTINGS
Perrine
Real Estate Co.
REALTORS
17931 S. Dixie Highway
Phones 817-9221 817-7226
Stratton
Mortgage Co.
LOANS FROM
$1,000 to $250,000
lust call MURRAY SANDLER
320 AINS^Y BLDG.
14 N. E. 1st AVENUE
Phone 9-1796
BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA
79TH ST., BISCAYNE BLVD.
Room 208 on the Mezianine
Tax Returns
Prepared
By Former Revenue Agents
CALL FOR APPOINTMENTS
899914 84-7265
21,000 ACRES
NEAR OCALA
Cattle ranch, game preserve, tree farm.
P-eautifvl Springs, good fishing, 2,000
ceres improved pasture. In the heart
cf Florida horse breeding area. Low
ttxes, good terms.
JOHN B. STADLER
37/ MIRACLE MILE PH. 83-2568

SQUARE DEAL SERVICE
FRIGIDAIRE SALES & SERVICE
Specializing In repelre all makes
refrigerators electric ranges and
automatic washers.
Special Ratea tor Owners
200 N.W. 12*d Ave. NEwton 4-7A81
TOM SPAGN0L0
Fine Custom Tailor
Formerly with Arthur Cohen
Fifth Avenue, New York Cty
16S4 LENOX AVENUE
Off Lincoln Road Ph. je 1-3423
INVESTORS1250 LOTS
IN CROUPS OF 300 OR MORE-ALL LOTS 25x135
These lots are priced so that the investor can more than double his
money immediately. You will be amaxod at the price. Located 1 mile
from a lovely tourist city, only 30 minute drive to Daytona Beach area.
Beautiful lakes are near by. Ideal fishing and hunting country.
WYMAN ATKINS, Realtor
891935 84-9346


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GLOBAL SHORTS
HASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
TUNIS (JTAV-For the second time within a week, a Jew here has
heen the victim of a terrorist attack, arousing fears that nationalist ex-
tremists are bent on stirring up trouble by using Jews as scapegoats.
The latest attack occurred last week when a powerful explosion, prob-
ably of a bomb, caused considerable damage at the home of Maurice
Liscia, a well-known businessman here and an influential member of
the local Jewish community. Later, a footwear store owned by another
Jew, Claude Fellous, was seriously damaged when two unidentified men
threw a stick of high explosives into the shop. In neither case were
there any casualties. Neither of the Jewish businessmen plays any role
in Tunisian political affairs.
RABAT, Morocco (WNS)A warning to Moroccan Jews that they
would enjoy the same rights as other inhabitants of Morocco, provided
they did not "identify themselves with Zionism.'" was issued this week
by Said Ramdan, secretary general of the Islamic Congress and a leader
u the Moslem Brotherhood. Mr. Ramdan came here from Egypt to con-
tact nationalist leaders in Morocco.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
FRANKFURT (JTA)At the first annual meeting of the Central
Council of Jewish Loan Cooperatives in Germany, it was reported that)
loans totalling 1.000.000 marks had heen made to Jewish businessmen
and artisans to enable them to become self-supporting. The five revolv-
ing loan funds, all of which were set up as independent cooperative;
societies, have hecome one of the most constructive elements in post-
war Jewish life in Germany. Their basic capital stock is provided mamlv
by the Joint^islribution Committee, the Claims Conference and the
Central Jewish Welfare Agency here.
Frid
ROME i JTA >Italy has no plans at present for taking any action
with respect to the Israel-Arab dispute. Italian Foreign Minister Gae-
tano Martino declared here. Addressing the Italian Senate's Foreign
Policy Committee, the Minister said that it would be better if the Ini-
tiative was taken with a view toward the resumption of negotiations
among the parties concerned. He also confirmed a forthcoming visit
i v Egyptian Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser to Italy, but did not specify
the date of that visit.
BONN (JTA)West Germany has no present plans for the estab-
lishment of diplomatic relations with the State of Israel, it was asserted
here by the West German Government. "There are neither plans nor
preparations for the exchange of diplomatic representatives with Is-
rael'" an official statement issued by the Federal Press Information
Service said. The statement was a denial of a Social Democratic Press
Service report that the appointment of a West German Ambassador to
Israel was imminent.
BERLIN (WNS)Reports reaching here from "sources with con-
tact behind the Iron Curtain" disclose that the Soviet Union, Czechoslo
\akia. Rumania, Hungary and possibly Poland are planning mass trials
and purges of Jews under arrest on charges of "Zionism" or "Jewish |
rationalism." The purge trials are being prepared by the Red secret
e at the behest of Moscow in what appears to be a bold step in the
ion ol the Arab countries aimed at bolstering Russia's position
in the Middle Fast, where hostility to Zionism and Israel has led to
Red arms and Kremlin's sanctum.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
CHICAGO JTAiA national eifort to cope with the unprecedented
ol qualified teacher- for Jewish religious schools has been
launched by the American Association for Jewish F.ducation af the
ng ol its hoard of governors here. Functioning as the national
>ervicfl agency for Jewish education, the American Association tor
h Education brings together all the elements in the American
h community in a concerted effort to advance the standards,
and achievements of Jewish religious education in this country.
WASHINGTON (JTA)The Soviet Government served notice on
nited States. England and France that she intends t,, demand S
in the moves which are now being made by the Western "Big
Three" to seek a settlement of the Arab-Israel conflict. A Statement
to this effect was issued in Moscow by the Soviet Foreign Ministry
"The Soviet Union," the Moscow statement said, "cannot regard with
terence the situation developing in the Middle Bast, -nice it i>
ly connected with the security of the Soviet Union which is git-
' in the immediate neighborhood of this area, unlike the situation
everal other powers." The Soviet statement described the recenl
Eisenhower-Eden declaration on the Middle Bast situation as "a uni-
iral measure undertaken without the United Nation- "
BUENOS AIRES (WNS) The Argentine foreign Ministry this
announced that, in accordance with a I'nited Nation- resolution
calling for the internationalization of Jerusalem, Argentina will not
recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The Argentine Embassy
in Israel, it stated, would be located in Tel Aviv.
NEW YORK (WNS) Jonathan Shapiro, president of Junior In-
ventors, a club engaged in scientific research, is a resourceful 12 year
old who some day hopes to make a distinct contribution in the field ol
rocket research. Jonathan's meteoric aspirations spiraled really high
this week with a six-dollar grant from the Ford Foundation which he
hop<- to u-e as the nucleus for a meteoric career. Who else i- a young
.scientist to turn to these days other than the Ford Foundation? Jona-
than just tried it and his effort proved rewarding beyond hi- expecta-
tions. A good deal of the money has already been spent by Jonathan
and- his fellow-scientists on trips to scientific plants Whence will more
come? A boy with eye to the sky needn't worry about his pic.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
JERUSALEM (JTA)The contents of the last of the seven Dead
Sea scrolls, heretofore known as the "Book of Lantech." was made
public here at a press conference by Dr. Yigal Yadin. noted archeol-
ogist and Dr. Benjamin Mazar, president of the Hebrew University,
which acquired the ancient scroll last year through the generosity of
S. D. Gottesman, an American Jewish philanthropist, and with the aid
I the American Fund for Israel Institutions. The part of the old scroll
that has been deciphered shows it to be an Aramic version of several
chapters of the Book of Genesis interwoven with stories and legends
around the lives of the Patriarchs.
Heart Fund Still si*-
' sisssifSJ
still approximate!, **!}
its $150,000 goal.
Although the
campaign has been
campaign chairman j 7
thur stated that many
were not at home hr L
teers came to call. :nh"Ja
who have not made S3
fund contributions ,n 9
contributions to the h*!?
Headquarters at 15H s^
Dr. Paul Unger. presid-^
Greater Miami HearTj?
said, "If the quota is ,
the research and educatii
gram in this area willT;
curtailed."
Hand-engraved scroll saluting 18 years of leadership in com-
munity planning and fund raising is presented to the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation by the American Jewish Committee.
Federation president Stanley C. Myers (left) accepts the cita-
tion from Dr. Kurt Peiser. chairman of the AJC advisory board.
Ceremonies took place last week at the Seville hotel on the
occasion of the Committee's 50th anniversary dinner.______

Women's Slimnasfics
Class in women's siu_
in progress at the Bejtfci
of the Greater Miami Jevj
munity Center. 1536 Bay i
Thursday evening.
Leon A. Fpstein, chaii
the Beach Branch plannn,
cil, announced that thii
open to the community.
under supervision of
Cm ,
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conclusion. It's wiser by far to
save regularly in a non-
speculative, non-fluctuating,
insured-safe account in
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sound, conservative management
relieves me of all uncertainty.
REMEMDER-open or add
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