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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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IiB\wiislbJEItD!Pidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
30_Number 10
Miami. Florida, Friday, March 9, 1956
Price 20 m-Gurion Warns West Of 'Second Round' In Near East
PLANE DOWNED BY MACHINE GUN FIRE
re/ Delegation Confronts
UN Security Council With
Further Cases of Aggression
RUSALEM (JTA) Syrian
Wrrraft gun- fired Tuesday at
fieli airplane flying low over
J territory in the Daphne re-
flpper Galilee. The plane was
I made a forced landing with-
el territory. The pilot was
Israel Government imme-
bjstructed the Israeli dele-
l at the United Nations to call
kttention of Security Council
ers to the Syrian acts of ag-
i Tuesday and Wednesday.
So filed a protest with the
Armistice Commission on
owning of the plane.
I body of a third Israeli police-
killed Monday by Syrians who
an Israeli patrol boat on
Tiberias with nunfire was
over by the Syrians to
Netiorn observers who
MSMS-
'act Didn't Bar
wish Forces
>m Dhahran
&W YORK ill A.-There was
any intention of barring
ican Jews from an air base in
Arabia when the United
signed a pact with the Arab
! in 1951 for use of the Dhah-
Ibase, former President Tru-
ldeclared Tuesday. President
W asserted that the treaty
pded. as do all such agree-
i that Saudi Arabia might ob-
flo any individual entering or
Nng in the country, but that
P'gious or other bar was in-
N
Truman was commenting on
P[y of State Dulles' testi-
tnat the U S. did not assign
rican jewi,,h KTvicemen to
Arabia because of the 1951
Lnder fire for this statement
* Herbert H Uhman and
Humphrey, Sec. Dulles had
'"t that the pact was
Wore the Kiscnhower Ad-
"tion took office. The Pen-
I meanwhile, stated that
Arabia had never formally
Jews being sent to
hut that the Defense De-
m on its own initiative had
USned JeWs or P*Ple
r*ish sounding names to the
1 Fabian base.
P NOW iT$
I
S"^GTON ,jta) State
5Hi-a.srevea?ed
Kbi.,S"udi Arahia" re-
~ *"< 18 additional tanks
fjfJ-of the Patton type,
""heavy as the Walker
lArabt reCenUy 8hipped
transferred the body to Israeli rep-
resentatives. A fourth wounded
policeman on the boat is still miss-
ing. The UN observers have not
yet completed their investigation
Continued on Pago 2 A
Responsibility of War Will Fall on U.S.
And Soviet Union, He Tells Parliament
JERUSALEMMoral responsibility for a
round" against Israel by the Arab nations will fall
on the Soviet Union because of its rectnt decision
to arm Egypt, as well as on the United States, be-
cause of its continued refusal to sell Israel $50
million worth of munitions for defense.
This, in brief, was the substance of a charge by
Israel Premier David Ben Gurion Wednesday, who
SIR ANTHONY COMES AROUND NOW
Eden Says War Danger
Apparent in Arab Threats
LONDON (JTA)The Jordanian dismissal of Lt. Gen. John B. Glubb
as head of the Arab Legion has caused the British Foreign Office, for
the first time, to believe that the greatest danger to peace in the Middle
East may lie in Arab aggression, it was learned here, even as Prime
Minister Anthony Eden told the House of Commons that Britain was
studying the effect of this development on the entire Middle East
situation.
At the same time, Sir Anthony told the House that all senior
British officers serving with the Legionabout 15were beirtg
withdrawn and that the future of
some 50 British officers serving in
the Legion under contract would
be discussed with the Jordan gov-
ernment. He further revealed that
"these are matters we are discuss-
ing with our allies," but refused to
comment on the wider aspects.
In another development, Sir
Anthony called the commanding
officers of the British Army and
Royal Air Force to an emergency
Cabinet meeting devoted to the
worsening Middle East situation.
Although Foreign Office appears
to be swinging to the view that the
withdrawal of British control from
the Legion may lead to that force
being used as the spearhead of an
attack on Israel, there was no indi-
cation whether this would lead to
any change in the Western policy
Continued on Pago 5 A
Special
second declared that the danger of a new Arab-Israel war
has increased considerably during the past weak.
Addressing Parliament here, Ben Gurion said that
the chances of preventing bloodshed "are somewhat
smaller now."
"Israel will not start a war. But if it should break
out, we will meet it with strength and confidence.
I have not the slightest doubt that we will win."
This was Ben Gurion's first state-
ment since the dismissal last week
of British Lt. Gen. John Bagot
Glubb, commander of Jordan's
Arab Legion, while leaders of
Saudi Arabia, Syria and Egypt were
meeting in Cairo, hoping to bring
Jordan under their unified military
command.
Western military observers con-
tinue to assess the fact that Israel
remains superior as a striking force
over the Arab nations despite
Egypt's upbuilding of her armies
with Czech weapons.
It is estimated that the Jewish
State can mobilize some
GfftfON
. "no doubt'
250.000
Continued on Page 2 A
*
sm
ANTHONY IDtN
. changes made
EVENTS OF THt WEEK LISTED IN REVIEW -
Box Score of Latest
Jewish floridion
These are the latest developments in the Near
East trouble spot, which have raised tensions to
fever pitch during the past week and which brings
the possibility of war closer to a watchful world.
1. BRITISH Lt. Gen. John Bagot Glubb was
dismissed last weekend as commander of
Jordan's Arab Legion. The sudden decision by
King Hussein in Amman to dismiss Glubb was
inspired by Egypt and Saudi Arabia, which, to-
gether with Syria, have promised to replace the
$22,000,400 a year Britain had previously paid
Jordan as a subsidy for the support of the Arab
Legion.
Thus, since 1948. the British Empire has been
driven out of the Near East from Palestine. Egypt,
Iraq, the Sudan and now Jordan. London's last toe-
hold in the Mediterranean area remains rooted in a
ahaky control of the Island of Cyprus.
2. PRIM! Minister Sir Anthony Eden Tues-
day declared that the danger of aggression in
the Arab-Israel controversy now lies with the
Arabs. Thia is a radical departure from previ-
PRESIDENT TOLD TO TAKE STRONG HAND'
Dulles, in Karachi, is Kept
Informed on Levant Issues;
We Deplore' Syrian Attack
WASHINGTON (JTA)The State Department this week "deplored"
the Syrian attack on Israel police boats which resulted in the death of
three Israeli policemen, but declined to comment on the ousting of
British General John B. Glubb, commander of the Arab Legion, by
Jordanian King Hussein.
State Department spokesman Lincoln White indicated that the
views of the U.S. Government on the Syrian attack had been communi-
. i cated to Israel and Syria. He said
the United States welcomed the
fact that both sides had turned to
the United Nations Mixed Armis-
tice Commission in this situation.
Secretary of State Dulles and
Assistant Secretary George V.
Allen, now at Karachi, Pakistan,
for the SEATO conference, are be-
Developments
ous British foreign policy with respect to the
Near East, in which Great Britain, together with
the United States and France, had been wooing
Arab favor with dangerous concessions to the
security of Israel even in the face of advancing
Soviet prestige among Arab leaders.
3. NEW border clashes have been reported
between Israel and her Arab neighbors. An
Israeli military spokesman declared that an Is-
rael plane Hying over Israel territory was ma-
chine-gunned by Syrians Mondaythe second
incident in two days in the Upper Galilee region.
4. AMERICAN State Department optimism for
peace in the Near East is waning. Sir Anthony's
admission that aggression in the trouble spot
will -henceforth be Arab-inspired has caused
State Department officials to consider the pos-
sibility of offering Israel defensive weapons.
rihe firing of Glubb Pasha is now no longer a
factor to be considered either by the British or the
United States as a deterrent force to war. Nor are
the British further regarded in a position to use
their influence to stop the flow of weapons.
Continued on Page 2 A
WHITE CITIZENS
Anti-Semitism
Council Issue
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (JTA)
Anti-Semitism has made its ap-
pearance in the Alabama White
Citizens Councils movement, it be-
came known Wednesday when it
was learned that the North Alaba-
ma Citizens Council, led by Ace
Carter, a filling station operator,
has adopted as a membership re-
quirement the "belief in the divin-
ity of Jesus Christ."


Page 2 A
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Dulles, in Karachi, Kept Informed on Seething Near East
, .._____i!.- \i..-jnuhile. it "' I''-"
learned here
Continued from
SS7 rS7UrT5 ie^d Washington. Cairo
Middle But. *" eI*" M *" :
Sen. Kefauvcr told newsmen that
meeting.
Arab Aggression
In Council's Lap
Continued from Page 1 A
of the incident. I'nited Nations of
ficials licre intend to publish an
official statement after the inves-
tigation is completed.
Gen. E. L. M. Burns, chief of the
I'N Truce Supervision Orcaniza-
tion, conferred with Dr. Walter
Eytan, director general of the Is-
rael Foreign Office, al the tatter's
invitation. Pr Eytan conveyed to
the UN truce chiet the "graves!
concern" of the Israel GovernmeiH
over the Syrian attack on the brae]
police boats. Gen. Burn- was ac-
panied by Henri Vtgier, his
political ad\ iser
A Jordanian sal I mil Tues-
ised the Israel frontier and
mpted to sabotage the Jerusa-
train. The al
took pi
>. th< Ji rusa i m oul
Bnar. several miles wesl ol
rkmen di
the fore the
: and avei
the question ol anna sales by the
Western powers to Middle Easl
countries, the dewtopments In
Jordan wore to be dlacuaaed al a
meeting ,
Reports reaching here from
Cam. revealed that a so-called
summit conference of Egyptian
and SyriM leaders had begun
there Syrian Prime Minister said
/, armed here, together with
his Defence Minister and Army
Chief of Staff, to discus- military
matters with the Egyptian high
command The two armies current
]\ have I common command.
Ben Gurion Says War Will
Be Fault ol US., Soviet
Continued from Page) 1 A
men for the frontier. Jordan is a
reduced threat today, these ob-
servers declare. It* 20,000-man Le-
gion, once the finest Arab flotitirfg
unit in the Near East, is now dim-
inished in importance because of
the firing of Glubb Pasha.
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Rabbi Abramowitx Named
Rabby Mayer Anramowitz. of
1330 Cleveland rd., Miami Beach.
North Shore Jewish Center spiri-
tual leader, has accepted the re
iponaibilit) ol serving the religi
(Hi- needs ol the Jewish personnel
,,t Homest) Bd Air Force Base, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Rabbi Joseph H Lookstein, New
York, chairman ol the Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Na-
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Judaeans to Meet
incil ol the Y< un( Ju-
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will meet Sunday evening al the
. Deni S rota, 851 E. 40th
H al<
Col. Nathan B. Rood, of Coral
Gables, is serving as chair-
man of Combined Jewish Ap-
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Gilbert Balkin, Florida ADL Director,
Dead at 38 Following Long Illness
. Balkin. 3ft FinriH .s.. :_. *
Paoe 3 A
Gilbert J. Balkin. 38, Florida
regional director of the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith, died
Monday afternoon following a
long illness. He lived in Miami
Beach at 611 86th st.
Mr. Balkin was active in the
field of human relations through-
out Florida, often speaking at
brotherhood workshops at the Uni-
versities of Florida and Miami.
He gained state-wide recognition
for his efforts to bring the activi.
ties of the Ku K.ux kL ouMnto j .' MrTSe BalkTld
the open, and for legislation de- er, Norman
the intergroup education commit-
tee of the Dade county schools,
Oade County Council on Commu-
nity Relations. South Florida His-
torical Association, Temple Emanu-
tA, St. Louis Alumnae and was
District 5 B'nai Brith public re-
lations chairman.
Survivors include his wife, Revel-
la; a daughter, Joan Liberty; and
two sons, Louis Ellis and David
Marshall.
^addition, he leaves his moth-
a broth-
GIIBIM BALKIN
Lnoff Miller, Retired
tor, lived Here 28 Years
feman H. Miller, 88. died Mar.
a local hospital. He came to
mi 28 year- ago from Chicago
I lived at 1920 SW 18th ave.
a retired wholesaler of plumbing
tplies and a retired realtor, Mr.
|lerwas a member of B'nai B'rith
I Temple Israel.
_> is survived by his wife, Lena;
daughters. Mrs. Goldye Nad-
Miami, and Mrs. Sylvia Fine.
icinnati; ami a son, Louis, of
fcadia. He also leaves four
ndchildren.
Services were Mar. 4 at Gordon's
teral Home, with burial in
viand Memorial Park.
signed to curb its expansion. In
June, 1955, a state anti-discrimina-
tory advertising law was enacted
by the Legislature largely through
the efforts of Mr. Balkin, a leading
force behind the bill.
He was graduated magna cum
laude from the University of Mi
Services were Wednesday in the
Miami Beach Elks dub, with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating. Bur-
ial was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery
Rabbi in Warning
SLM5 Ta Bach*,0'; fch*^JS^"5S^JlS:
gree in law^ He was granted the kashruth. Wednesday issued a
v\BrsSgaTstfrLTu.7aSh,ngt0n ^ISTP *** h "
'V u, n ,1 to make arrangements for Pass-
JUS' MrMBa,k,nDwa,ifleeted over or the Sedorim before in-
mSfSafSSi BeachA,od^ "ui" de of an ordained
ith, and was named presi-; rabbi regarding the kashruth of
mtor Viqoda Will
ficiate Passover
Completely air conditioned Mar-
lies hotel, on the ocean at 18th
Miami Beach, will present
ld famou- Cantor Samuel Vi-
la and his choir during Pass-
wr services and sedurim.
under the personal supervision
|Abe defter, the Marseilles ho-
is also supervised by Rabbi
or Stern. Beth Jacob Vaad Ha-
hruth, and Rabbi Joseph Rack-
ky, Greater Miami Vaad Hakash-
issover stay at the Marseilles
include breakfast, lunch, de-
J dinner and late evening snack,
[the benefit of guests, there will
I be dancing and entertainment
Don Alfonso and his orches-
I floor shows and feature mov-
b* Marseilles has an Olympic
liming pool and private beach.
dent of the South Florida Council
of B'nai B'rith in 1955.
He was author of published ar-
ticles on human relations themes,
including, "Miami Beach Hits
Bias," 'Terror by Bombing A
Challenge to Democracy" and the
"St. Petersburg Story."
Mr. Balkin was identified with
the facilities."
Bern Leaves Post
For Florida State U.
Joseph Bern, executive director
of the Miami Beach Apartment As-
sociation, this week resigned from
his post to enter the interdivision-
al program in marriage and family
day afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Dora Puchkoff. 1550 SW 16th
ave. Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz, of the
University of Miami faculty, will
discuss: "Hebrew Ancient -
Modern Language." Mrs. A. I.
IshJon will discuss current events.
Mrs. Ethel Shore presides.
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Telephone 9-6308
Oneg Shabbof Scheduled
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Myerson club will be held Satur-, sity.
Bern will work toward a PhD
degree in this field. He currently
holds the Masters degree in social
work from Tulane University and
has filled executive positions with
leading social work agencies
throughout the country.
These include the Boys' and
I Girls' Aid Society of Los Angeles
county, San Diego Probation De-
] partment, Los Angeles Jewish
Community Centers Association,
Houston Jewish Community Cen-
ter, New York City Detention Cen-
ter for Juveniles and others.
The 28-year-old PhD candidate is
founder and past president of the
Greater Miami Hillel Alumni Asso-
ciation and recently served on tbe
Florida Bar juvenile court and so-
cial legislative committees.
He is a graduate attorney, for-
mer member of the editorial board
of Miami Law Quarterly and author
of "The Summary of Jurispruden-
tial Thought from the Greeks to
the Year 1950."
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To Honor Joseph frees
Weekly Histadrut luncheon on
Monday noon. Mar. 12. at the
Raleigh hotel will be dedicated to
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Free in honor
of their golden wedding anniver-
sary. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of
North Shore Jewish Congregation
will be guest speaker. Zipporah
Glickson, noted Jewish actress,
will give several readings.
Dr. Ishlon Will Speak
Ben Gurion Branch of Farband
will meet Wednesday evening. Mar.
14, at Beth El Congregation. Dr.
A. I. Ishlon will discuss "Fifty
Years of the Labor Zionist Move-
ment." President of the organiza-
tion is Irving M. Sachs.
GMJCC Appoints
Sands Supervisor
Robert Sands has been appoint-
ed physical education supervisor
of the Town Branch, Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center.
Already on the Job, Sands is in
charge of all athletic activities in
town for children, teenagers, young
adults and adults.
Announcement was made Wed-
nesday by GMJCC officials.
He received his Bachelors de-
gree in physical education from
the University of Miami in 1953.
Sands also has had experience
as the director of a summer day
camp and instructor at the Coral
Gables health club.
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TURNING INTO II MISS H[|[
By P. NIU* I ual felt emotionally conn,,
The drift to the suburbs on thelof"Ve^e^v|f,*0SuV!*
Changing Attitude in Near East Reflects the British Failure
^ _- -i ll^b (nrmOT Arob COIT1-
Any discussion about the changing scene in
the Near East today must be sheer speculation.
Suffice it to say, there is now sufficient reason
to consider the possibility that the United States
and Great Britain will have to enter upon a new
era of feeling so far as Israel and the Arab na-
tions are concerned.
their hearts against their former Arab com-
rades Thus even came Sir Anthony s sugges-
ts that the Near East controversy since the;
establishment of the State of Israel has been
principally the fault of the Arab League.
With American flags torn down by noting
Jordanians and with Glubb Pasha told to go
home, the West may now have little alternative
but to mend its fences and look toward Israel
The need for a change in the West's attitude
has come upon the shifting scene so rapidly but to mend its fence, anai .. ~Jj
that any evaluation of it must be tentative at as a harbinger of free aspiration in the troume
spot
best. But it is safe to cor^cture that the Soviet
Unionthis times less obviously than in other
areas of the worldplays a major role. It is
equally safe to say that we, as guardians of
the free peoples of the earth, have lost a pivotal
round in the cold war with the forces of Com-
munisma loss that first became manifest
But this observation is, at least on its face,
naive. There is more to the problem than that
for the change in policy-it change there will
now be- does not stem from a sudden recog-
nition of the justice of Israel's position all along.
Rather it is the result of the almost total rejection
X-hoalia^
*rup, on
nana American set
can secularism, the
of material sUccess
prompted him to an
to a conscious, resentment
his Jewish family tie*,,,
But moving from the
Jewish neighborhood to
urbs often represents a
reversal of attitude on the'
the young Jewish couple
cases there are no distinctW
neighborhood- in the su(,
Jews being scattered
there among non-Jew.
sudden the young Jewish
with children to bring up
that they cannot take the
family for granted, tak
leave them as I he mood n
them. Suddenly the
comes to them that they
out teUow-Jews, it the a
here
mumsma loss mai iusi uetume muuww ..-...-. .. ------ m, rol nnH tho
when Egypt, in September 1955, publicly an- of Western prestige in he Near Ea a d the
~------=0t ,itr. RaH. apparent need for Western leaders to accept
what they must surely consider to be "second
best."
nounced its arms arrangement with Red
dominated Czechoslovakia.
Despite Secretary of State John Foster Dulles'
dangerously misleading and deliberately ob-
fuscatory testimony before a Senate Foreign
Relations Committee hearing some ten days
ago, in which Mr. Dulles assured the American
people that Soviet policy is failing even as ours
is succeeding, we have been forced in an
embarrassingly brief matter of hours to recog-
nize the very opposite of this position.
Glubb Pasha or John Bagqt Glubb- is no
longer with us. This is to say that he no longer
represents British prestige in Transjordan. The
British leader of this Arab nation's military
forces was ousted from his post last weekend.
Simultaneously, Syria publicly suggested the
adoption of a new Jordanian policy refusal to
accept further payment of the 22-odd million
dollar gratuity annually sent Amman by
London.
Thus, the cycle is closed; the hand is now
hacked away that once rocked the cradle and
nurtured the destiny of this Arab political fic-
tionthat carved Transjordan out of the sands
of Palestine along about 1922 in order to con-
fuse Zionist ambition and further to strengthen
ih control there. Thus came the cries from
Prime Minister S.i Anthony Eden early this
week that Britons may soon have to harden
Gilbert Balkin Passes Away
Miami mourns the tragic loss of Gilbert
Balkin. who died Monday at the age of 38.
Mr. Balkin, who constantly strived to live the
very significance of his professional position as
director of the Florida regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will be
remembered for his active sponsorship of and
participation in all human relations endeavor.
It was Mr. Balkin's aim to make a personal
matter for all who came into contact with him
of the highest aspirations of the organization to
which he devoted himself.
In this sense, Mr. Balkin was respectfully
regarded by the Jewish and non-Jewish com-
munity alike. Ever mindful of the need to ad-
vance the dignity of man, he unassumingly
brought honor to himself and grace to his
people.
The added complication is the Soviet role.
It is clear that Syria an unbelievably destitute
country will sponsor Jordan's 22-odd million
dollar gratuity per annum throuqh Moscow's
treasury now that London has been denied the j
privilege. This, combined with Eqyptian ac-j
ceptance of Soviet assistance and with de facto
if not de jure rejection of the Baghdad Pact
means a new Near East in which the United
States and Great Britain will have little if noth-
ing to say.
Suddenly, within a matter of days. Israel has
become'lor Washington and London the only
pro-Western force in an otherwise Arab-Soviet
axisa fact that most observers recognized a
long time ago.
If this picture is correct, then it has emerged
in the nick of time. For Israel, pressed to the
wall as she is, must defend herself at all cost
against mountinq Arab hostility. Heretofore,
her defensive measures have met with disap-
proval at best and United Nations censure at
worst- censure led by Western determination
to maintain Arab "friendship" even to the point
of sacrificing moral integrity.
It now remains to see whether Israel will be
able to capitalize on this drastically shifting
situation. Until now, Jewish State leaders have
failed abysmally in their efforts to split the fic-
tion of the Arab League by advancing the in-
herent animosity one Arab nation feels for
another; their foreiqn policy has also failed
actively to capture the fancy of Western sym-
pathy toward their pioneering spirit and demo-
cratic uniqueness in a feudal Near Eastern
world.
When it was a matter of choice between Is-
raeli democracy and Arab duplicity, the latter
continually won out. Perhaps Israel- because
of the West's own and unfortunate failures
now has a chance to help the chips fall else-
where.
CJA Calls for Volunteers
The month of March has been proclaimed
"CJA Month" by Greater Miami Jewry. This
means that the entire period will be dedicated
to the launchinq of a "second campaign" within
the first in a supreme effort to reach the 1956
goal of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
With so much at stake in this year's effort,
campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman this week
called for a corps of hard-working volunteers
to help mobilize the funds needed.
He called this the most critical drive launched
in Greater Miami since 1948 "simply because
the people of Israel are faced with a deadly
peril. With the Communists pouring arms into
Egypt, the question for them becomes one of
simple survival."
It is up to the Jewish community here to see
that Federation's urgent appeal for volunteer
workers will be answered with a resounding
promise of assistance.
part of American Jews, if wc are
to believe reports from quite au-
thoritative sources, is now becom-
Inf something of a mass movement.
Hy the tens of thousands former
big-city dwellers are moving out to
the less crowded places that are
not too far from the metropolitan
centers. There in the suburbs they
acquire one-family houses sur-
rounded by a plot of land, with a
lawn and some trees. Being mostly
young parents from the middle in-
come group, these suburban dwell-
ers feel that in their new locations
they can get better schooling and
recreational facilities for their chil-
dren and more space for them-
selves. .
The drift of American Jews to
the suburbs is part of thr general
American drift in this direction.
Tin- il the first thing to be borne
in mind in attempting to urns the j tain ""sonu, ,
significance of this trend for the which bound them in the
future development of American itan j c w .), neighbor!
Jewry. Tb<' Jewish suburban set-'
tlenient is primarily the result of
the general prosperity and the
higher standard of living which
America has been enjoying since
World War II A very large per-
centage of people. Gentiles a.s well
a- Jewi now have incomes suffi-
ciently high to-cnablc them to in-
dtalge in suburban living, to meet
the mortgage Ud other payments
incidental to owning one's own
home, the expense of paying for
and running an automobile, and
so on.
The drift to the suburbs is a
middle-income, middle class move-
ment, not at all a movement of city
workers who move to the country
to become farmers or part-farmers.
As such, it does not signify a
I change from urban to rural psy-
chology on the part of the new sub- a gain jn jewjsn conscii
;urbaniU's. even though their pri-! Jewish awarenesi This
\ately-owncd homes may be sur- \oi which fhe young Jewi
, rounded by a lawn, aome trees andiwas unaware because it
perhap- also a substantial garden. 10f the atmosphere in whi
if there is space enough and the; in tm? big city but of whldi
land isn't too expensive. The new |(jenlv becomes omscioui'
suburbanite, who in most cases is DOn-JewiefJ hereof
a commuter to the metropolis. url), mUfj a|.0 |ead to
I is linked to !> big city bv aJl|ncMtlut this "famib;''!
sorts Ol tie- Furthermore his own ]M. sublimatcl. must becOBK
suburb is more likely than not to J jsh eultural-religi
have a population large enough to q-|Us ,|ut,s not
take on the character of a city tni,
rather than a village.
If we bear these things in mind.
the significance of the present-day
American Jewish drift to the sub-
urbs |i not as revolutionary. Inso-
far as American Jewish hie is con-
cerned, a.s some people make it out
to be it has its importance, no
doubt, but it represents an evolu-
tionary development in American
Jewish life rather than a complete Inhere they could just be4
break with the past. It docs not amorphous Jewish
signify the adoption of a complete-
ly new way of living and thinking
on the part of the new Jewish sub-
urbanites.
which it never occurred to
sever completely. Thei
feeling takes n greateri^.
They become lonesome for]
Jews, whom they seek on
find. They organist a :.n&[
gious center They makes
\i-ion for the Jewish eia
their children. As a result oil
heightened Jewish emotion,!
conscious intellectual atl
ward Judaism undergoes;
in a more favorable din
spite all their former
about religion
On the whole, thereto
present movement of >oa
Bjtea and prolessional Jeti|
distinctly Jewish net]
into the suburbs, while
sents a loss ol Jewish ":?
in this country makes
Jewish arrivals in tl
come the sort of culurafl
gioiisly educated and id
.lews which we would hket
be. But it does mean that I
suburbs the) are at li
fronted with a deH0sV-W|
or not to remain Jews, a
they did not have to mall
big-city Jew ish Ktf
Yet for several reasons this drift
to the suburbs does have its impor-
tance for the American Jewish com-
munity and its future development.
First of all it means the abandon-
ment of old-established Jewish
gbettoes, if you willwhich had
created in this country for about
I half a century a series oj .Jewish
enclaves, i Jewish geography which
had given rise to a Jewis atmos-
phere that enveloped the individ
ual. Unconsciously the young
Jewish person living in those
neighborhood was affected by
Jewish traditions, by Jewish.ways
of living
But wc musnT forget that very
often the young Jewish son or
daughter of immigrant parents liv-
ing in these distinctly Jewish neigh-
borhoods was in revolt against
these Jewish traditions and wa
living which teemed to him to clash
with the American pattern of
thought and conduct. While on the
one hand the young Jewish individ-
mark of whose Jew*
was that it ate bagel-aa
breakfast.
Fortunately for the W
American Jewish group. t*J
Jew in the suburbs decided
large, to remain within
group. This decision
with, rather than i
Jewish community
easier one for h.m to rMj
II, his non Jewish neU
though they may be-aadl
they arefriendly, were
up differently ind H n0'
matter to become intWP,
them. It isn't only, or ev . matter of Chri-
church. therefore Jc' s
to synagogue. It invoke-
ing of human friendship
and strange atmosphere. J
whereof so, u.b.l.t.v'^
pie can fell free to exP*
real thoughts and dere>
All I ,hl*f
. new Jewish *JJ
country A. ch. J <*
the future of Judaism""1
States.


1956
From Arabs, Says Sir Anthony
+Jen>lstFk>ridUa,n
fltiB(*d from P-S 1 A
.oldingarm-lroml
arms. Julian Amery, a Conserva-
tive "rebel.- criticized the with-
Dulles policy. Sir Robert Boothby,|drawal ()f a" British officers from
Conservative, demanded in the ;,h* Arab Legion, insisting that this
House an immediate jo. ,t Anglo-1 was just what the extreme nation-
American policy for the Midcil. sJbtl in Jordan had wanted.
Page 5 A
,e evident here Wednes
member-1 Mr Anthonys East and a decision whether the Richard Crossman. Labor M P
Urval.ve Party were be-jW*t will permit Israel to be d* asked the Prime Minister wheth-r
.,!,., the Eden-'stroyed by Arabs using Comrhunist the withdrawal of British officer!
would not create the "gravest dan-
ger of new incidents" along the
Israel-Jordan border. Sir Anthony
replied that "the House must
judge" the effect for itself. Asked
whether the British Government
would withdraw its annual subsidy
to Jordan on account of the Arab
Legionit amounted to nine mil-
lion pounds last yearthe Prime
Minister said that this was one of
a number of problems being
studied in relation to the situation.
Eden promised Hugh Gaitskeil,
(leader of the Labor Party, that
'there would be a debate on the
matter later in the week.

THE
MJRSeEY
IS SANDBA6GED
Sandbags around the nursery to tuck Junior
out of sniper's range.. .The door of the under-
ground shelter always open so Mom and the
IkkIs can take cover in a hurry...A neighbor
standing guard while Dad gets the ploughing
| That's life today in Israel's two hundred
an'I fifty frontier settlements as Jewish
P'oncor* keep building the Middle East'* only
| democracy.
Sound familiar? Yes, it was that way in
menca's beginning also as determined set-
ters forged lhc American dream from coast
po coast
w in,fVC yeara 884 of Israe,'s settlers have
No" u 0t Woun to v- t* enem> is stron2er than ever thanks
ErJ? F?mmunist-*urnihd arms. Now
|the ltle* are hut ten minu^s away from
enemy's airfields-thanks to his new
PW-8uppiied jet bombers.
But Israel's pioneers aren't stopping,
aren't running. They're still building, always
hoping for pcaec and the day the sandbags can
eonie down.
And they're hoping for something else.
That you, who have helped them take in 800,000
refugees in eight years, settling them and ab-
sorbing them, will keep on with this great life-
saving effort.
Right now, at least 45,000 refugees must
be brought to Israel from tension-ridden North
Africa. Faced with the supreme emergency of
insuring their own survival, Israel's people
can't meet the great emergency of those who
must leave Morocco and Tunisia.
But you can through your prompt gift
to the United Jewish Appeal. Give your in-
creased gift to IJ.Vs regular campaign and
then give a great extra gift to I'JA's Special
Survival Fund. Give today.
*
fv*
in
GREATER MIAMI
the
UNITED JEWISH
APPEAL
is supported
by the
COMBINED JEWISH
APPEAL

give more In 1956
United Jewish Appeal
and by those who stand for freedom
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Campaigns Formulated for Outlying Areas, Professionals
Outlying municipalities of Hade Heim |*^J^,tfiI^S meeting was held on
EHSSSS aSB^g #B25K
A kickoff brunch Sunday. Mar 4. ( repre8eBUtjvea of the Archi- social function for the group on
at the home of Sidney Stiller. s J Engineers Division held Sun(l;iv. Mar. 18.
marked the openmg of fund ra.Mn, o55*iOMl meeting x, |uncnoon mrcing Friday.
,n the Fagler-Granada area, (^n- J m ,tu, ,,,,, ,ativps outlmod sp,,lfK-al.
er, and Benjamin B. Rosen The Monticello Park Jewish employee, to executive director of the center heard an iddress on world- and to ^"';n
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. wi(k. humanitarian program ot the lions to the Combined Jew. n p
chanmen Mrs. Roslyn Berrin and kick off active campaigning in
Mrs. Sidney Stiller. Harold Strumpi this fast-growing area. Also on
]- publicity chairman, and mem- Tuesday evening a workers meet-
ben ol the Flagler-Granada Cam- ing of the Surfside area group met
sn cabinet Include Rabbi Leo al the home ol chairman Philip Minnie I e.nberg.
OH Alt FRONW
,1_ '
Rosenberg, Rabbi Leon Kroniah,
Herbert Berger, Louii Schwart*
man. Klraim H. Gale. Albert Com-
anor, Maurice Pcarlstein and Mitt
Miami lawyers volunteer their efforts in be-
half of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown
01 a luncheon meeting at the Urmey hotel
with town chairman E. Albert Pallot (seated
second from right) are Aaron M. Kanner,
Sam J. Heiman, Pallot and Judge Milton A.
Friedman. Standing are Jack Fink, Leon
Epstein, Stephen Ruskin, Lou Winter and
Benedict Silverman.
Pledging unified action in recruiting volunteers ior the i
bined Jewish Appeal are (left to right) Rabbi Irving Leh
Temple Emanu-El; Rabbi Leon Kroniah, Temple Beth SI
and Rabbi Joseph Narot, Temple Israel. Congregatiom l
Dade county seek to enroll workers in final effort to
CJA goal of $1,725,000.
Miami Congregations Join Campaign
To Assure Completion of '56 CIA
its own membership to
j maximum pledges to the Cm.
| Jewish Appeal to facilitate,
ment of many hundreds of
I required in the remaining
of the campaign, each co
tion will has.- delivered lt|
official CJA w.luntews J
ment cards to !* included^
congregation mailings di
month of March: all cong
and temple bulletins will
a prominent portion of tl
letins to an announcemaU
"CJA Month" and the critiojf
for volunteer^ to iiive a fetl
of their leisure time to sail
overseas.
To direct the four-point (0.
and (oVow-up on specific e
tion of each of the four ph
Congregational Council is]
pointed to act a- a liaison f
between the CJA campaigned
Federation officials and ill
In fu'l recognition of the crisis
facing world Jewry, Greater Mi-
ami congregations have joined
with Jewish leaders to launch a
strong, hard-hitting and unified
drive to aid the purposes of the
1956 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Following a planning session
la>t week attended by rabbis, presi-
dents and representatives of all
synagogues and temples, the group
set forth a four-point program de-
(I to mobilize every Jewish
man. woman and child during the
month of March in the major, all-
inclusive humanitarian campaign.
The four-point plan, agreed to
in substance by every representa-
tive, included:
Sermons and announcements
from the pulpit by all rabbis desig-
nating March as "CJA Month" in
Greater Miami; each congregation
will become a campaign unit with-
in itself and undertake the job
of insuring complete coverage of
gious groups.
Dinner event at the Algiers hotel Tuesday. Mar. 13, will
launch Combined Jewish Appeal activities in the Building
Division. Shown planning the affair are John Serbin, chair-
man of Business and Professions unit, Col. Nathan B. Rood,
chairman of Building Division, David Fleeman and Maurice
Ciovitz.
Israel Danger Spurs CJA Campaign
Here for Record $1,725,000 Goal
rail's heroic people prepare to dc-
fend their freedom gainst the
threat of aggression which has
been heightened by the Commu-
nist arming ol I Q pi. they are de-
termined to make every sacrifice
to take in and absorb the scores
Of thousands of North African
Jews fleeing tension and danger.
The people of Israel will not close
their doors to their fellow Jews
who come knocking."
Kickoff campaigns in outlying
municipal areas, in the planning
staee for several weeks, dispensed
j with all further meetings and roll-
ed into action at once. Campaign-
ing began immediately in the
Flagler-Granada area, in Surfside,
in the South Dade area, Stillwater
Drive area and Monticello Park.
Coral Gables begins next week.
With Israel facine the danger of
imminent all-out attack and the
eyes of the entire nation focused
on the progress of the local cam
n, Sam .1. Heiman this week
called upon all divisions of the
< i mbined Jewish Appeal to renew
their efforts to reach the 19M
goal.
Heiman pointed out that the
crisis campaign was still approxi-
mately $600,000 short of its goal,
and he urged the Jewish commu-
nity to gird its energies and man-
power to raise this amount in a
final, sacrificial effort.
"This is a crucial hour in the
lives of the people of Israel
and they face a future even darker
than the decisive days of 1948."
said Heiman, who is chairman of
the 1956 drive. "But even as Is-
Solicitation Plan
Extended Here
F.mployecs solicitation plans in
behalf Of the Combined Jewish
Appeal have been Initiated in five
j major business firms in the Great-
er Miami area, it has been an-
nounced by John Serbin. chairman
ol the Business and Professions
Division.
Newest organization to begin a
payroll deduction program to facil-
I fair share plan by employ-
ee ss i- National Brands Corp.
An ording to Sam and Jerry Blank.
100 percent coverage was achieved
immediately through the new plan
The Army-Navy stores, headed
by Aaron Kravitz and William
Weintraub, have also initiated the
payroll deduction plan for employ-
ees contributing to CJA. Directing
the solicitation is Sheldon Ed-
wards.
At the Metropolitan Life Insur-
ance Company, the employees soli-
citation is conducted by Nat Cans.
a veteran CJA campaigner.
Martin Stein is in charge of a
similar plan in the Food
Stores Started last year after the
plan was originally adopted in the
Weinkle'a Liquor Stores, h,
by Leo ( haikin and Howard lvid
man
Beth David Congregation called a
quick conference of their steering
committee for Sunday, Mar 10. at
10:30 a.m. A second workers'
meeting was called for Miami vol-
unteers for Mar. 18.
Fund raising events have been
pushed forward. Some have been
postponed, others shifted, to ac-
celerate completion of the drive
The Building Trades dinner, orifr
mally scheduled several weeks
hence, will be held Tuesdav eve-
ning, Mar. 13. at the Alg,ers ho-
tel.
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,.March _
signer Tries
/Method
Eh Appeal, this week an-
That Nat Cans, a member
firfiopolitiin Life Insurance
^Vouarter Million Dollar
Sd initiate-.! a unique sohci-
plan for CJA.
i veteran campaigner in
,nce Division for many
* conducting a one-man
km within the staff of his
anre organization, it was
'properlv indoctrinate the
jnior in the worldwide aid
n supported by their gifts.
also conducts informal
tint session-" with his fellow
L.. He reporti a keen de-
)'n the part of prospects to
CJA when they learn that
irate CWIses arc included in
jingle contribution.
erman said Wednesday he
ether insurance agencies
renduct similar solicitation
among their employees and
peed up hi- division's efforts
ise their quota of $8,000 in
fear's campaign. The divi-
a.ved $5500 last year.
lion's Economists
feistic on U.S.
fings Tendencies
optimistic outlo ik for the
pi Saving \-socia-
in this well a> in
-is being
i conomiste,
ffing to C. 1 nts, presi-
(f the Chasi I i deral Savings
\-- ition
menu red;' last week
a two-day conference with
rment officials in Washing-
The Miami Beach financier is
Imber of a IS Savings and
1 League committee appointed
Bdy the Federal Home Loan
I system.
t the moment there is a defin-
ed toward- less spending
bore savin? by people throuph-
p countn." ci.-ments said.
result, there will be more
K for mortg ige investment.
parly tstin made at the
of the year on the
lit of monc> Mr. ted to be
le thi- r arc being
1 upward
fwl.v in \\ ton seems
teany Ihou.h' r,| further re-
|ions on mori credit. In-
line feeling to prevail
TayckaiiGi to be made
^Pre>ent set (hey will be
fcrm (,i |, restrictions."
* pioneer v ..,, Bl.ach in.
Nf with the USSLL corn-
were repn ntativea of the
LlorSr'- .mmittee on
Mononuc Report; the Presi-
* ol Ironomic Ad-
P-ooard members of the Fed-
l^en-e Bank and Federal
Wnh d k s>'sten; and W.
KrLnder secma-
We the savings and loan
! "" I :'! ing in the na-
Rabbi Her son Scheduled
In Series on Radio
Rabbi Abraham Herson, spiritual
leader of Tifereth Israel North-
side Center, will discuss "Love
Toward Mankind" over radio sta-
tion WGBS Sunday morning at 9:15
a.m.
The program is sponsored by the
Association of Florida Rabbis.
Rabbi Herson will also appear
on Mar. 18 and Mar. 25 at the same
time to discuss "Charity" and
"Passover."
tion's economic picture. The com-
mittee is studying the association's
present activities, and planning
for future growth.
The addition of three new offi-
cers and the promotion of another
at Chase Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami Beach has
been announced by Clements.
Robert J. Swick. manager of the
Chase 41st st. office, has been pro-
moted from assistant secretary to
assistant vice president. New offi-
cers are Charles M. Smith, mltt-
ant secretary, and John D. Wal-
ther. and George W.N Ryals, as-
sistant treasurers! All officers and
directors were reelected.
In addition to Clements, officers
include C. L. Clements. Jr.. execu-
tive vice president; Walter B. Wil-
son, vice president; William Sweet-
ing, vice president-treasurer; L.
Mark DeHass, secretary: Harry N.
Klngaberjr; assistant vice presi-
dent; Robert E. Day. assistant vice
ulent-comptroller; Richard C.
iTalton, assistant vice president;
JRuth S. Eunice, as-istant seereta-
jry; Thomas Merrell. asvteteJIt sec-
retary; Stephen J. Waters, Jr.,
assistant treasurer.
Directors include C. W. Chase.
Jr., Clements, Sr., Clements, Jr.,
I. Lloyd Farrey, August Geiger,
M. F. Pafford, Robert A. Peterson.
Catchings Therrel, Jerome A. Tur-
lell and F. Lowry Wall.
Chase Federal maintains three
offices on Miami Beach and has
recently opened an office in the
North Dade area at 1366 NE 163rd
St., North Miami Beach.
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,h*M ,21. % re Rabbi Casstl Supervises
Haggadah Kosher Wines
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel has
: returned to Miami Beach after
visiting in Jacksonville, where he
supervised the Kashruth of Sea-
board Beverage Company, purvey-
ors of Haggadah Kosher Wines.
This year, Haggadah Kosher
Wine has been produced with a
heavy body. Rabbi P. Ramon of
New Brunswick, N.J., supervised
the production from fresh New
York concord grapes. "This is
rather unusual since most of the
leading Kosher wines are made
from cheaper malaga concentrate,
and cannot be legally labeled as
Concord Grape Wine," Rabbi Cas-
sel explained.
"Buyers of Passover wines are
cautioned to read the labels care-
fully to be sure they are buying
pure concord grape wine."
To be sure of good wine. Rabbi
Cassel suggested "there is no finer
wine than Haggadah Kosher
Wine." The Wieder Wine Com-
pany of Miami is distributor.
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Dr. Fisher tO Speak psychology at the University of
Miami, when he addresses mem-
"Art, Spirit and the Future of be and friends of the Miami
Man" will be the topic of Dr. Ethical Society on Sunday morn-
Gran ville C. Fisher, professor of ing. Mar. 11. at Koubek Center.
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Men's Club, Teen Agers
To Vie in Ball Contest
Saturday night at North Miami
Senior High, is the time and place
set for a basketball game between
the teenagers and Men's club of
Beth Emeth.
Diane Weiss will lead the Beth
Emeth pre-teens club when they
act as cheer leaders for the Beth
Emeth Men's club.
Passover Seders (Kosher Style)
.
Conducted by
SIDNEY GREENRERG
Prolesfor of Hebrew
and
Director of Education
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*Jmis ncrkMan
Frid
TV Show to Tell Of CJA
Residents' executive committee of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged act as consultants to
Architect Iivin Korach in his plans for the
Gas Trau Pavilion of the Home, for which
ciour.d will be broken Sunday, Apr. 1.
Clockwise around the table are Mrs. Minnie
Gray, Mrs. Minnie Berliner, Mrs. Sidonie
Gluck, Mrs. Anna Jordan, Mrs. Anna Wash-
burne, executive committee chairman, Mau-
rice Pearlstein, executive director, Milce
Kramer. Korach, Adolph Gerdwagon, Mrs.
Mollie Karl, Mrs. Pearl Kroner and Mrs.
Bessie Mott.
A significant television program.
"1956 Year of Crisis," will be
presented on television station
WTVJ Friday. Mar 9. at 6:05 p.m.
The crisis in Israelthe grow-
ing need for extra funds to sustain
Miami's expanding health afid wel-
fare programs and the lif*%iving
drive to help Moroccan Jews
these subjects will be discussed
and dramatized by the Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Sain J II'^man. campaign chair-
man of CJA, and Stanley ('. Myers.
president n\ (ireatcr Miami Jewish
Federation, will answer vital ques-
Beth Sholom Plans Seder
At Beach Mizrachi Affair
Ralph Spero, president of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Wednesday, an-
nounced that the congregational
Seder of the Temple will be held
on Monday evening, Mar. 26. Spero
has appointed Benjamin Rimer.
Temple House chairman, as chair-
man of the Seder. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of the
congregation, and Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will lead the guests in
the Seder ceremony.
ay. March 8,
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lions put by Howard RP '
announcer. conce ng ^ 3
vival campaign 8 % I
The unusual nrrvtu,..;
'expected t 1,^ ^H
^Jrh Syr
, Great*. Miami area i.
schedOledlor.h,.,,,^;
;the important drive t
$1,725,000 for wor/d^ '
icauses me *
A unique feature of lhe U
;v.UI>etheinclu.(,nofr^1,fil
taken in Israel |,v fair^ *
producer G, >e,"M
14-yehr-old dauLhter Jerih"n
movie! demonstrate the drat,
'progress made bj Israeli ^
m providinfi adequate hoa3
;the flood of new refugee,
all part> of Europe and the
Fast.
Dr. Shmid Clinic
A coerSinated system Nm-Si
Treatments for the RMteretieil
Normol Function of fit
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plj ition-
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"In the first place." Korach
; ilion I- along cot-
' or motei lines, rather than
institution-hospital typi
Anil n~t a- important, the
nl will ho on privac) in both
n ami bath We have at last
that senior eitutn- have
real a need for privacy as any
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1 hail the must positive exper
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10 men. utive
COmr I the Home These
youngsters a i p,o plus
in yean. Their suggestion! and
criticisms were invaluable
"They played as important a
roh' in the design and planning
of the Trail Pavilion as the official
building committee ol hoard mem-
111 i would strongly urge any
home or hospital planning a build-
ing tu encourage the most active
participation ol residents or pa-
of planning "
Established in 1945, the Home
has a capacitj ol 87 be
\2 for the siek and tated
in th W lin Mi mortal; 45 in
t'li i for th.' ambul I
mentallj alert n sidt nts. A d
architectural plan propeets a fu-
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lews are a people who like to
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brounht out in their songs, which
are full ol pathos and -;i.|m- as
well as paeans ,,i happiness and
triumph; in their literature and
ait and in their observances and
ceremonies
Especially is this evident in their
holidays. We have Ro.sh Hashona
and Yom Kippur. as well as Purim
and Passover Especially Passover,
which is as if made to order both
lor children and adults. Passover
we lay aside our worries and enjoy
it to the full.
And the best way to enjoy Pass-
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with special Passover dishes, with
a aood glass of wine; finished off
with honey cake or chocolate. And
speaking of chocolate Baker's
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Chocolate, in one form or another,
is used in many dishes, and it is
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The following Baker's products
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March 9, 1956
* Jen 1st fhrHi^n
Page '9 A
Kenneth Hankin
Bar Mitzvah
W

Kenneth Hankin will become Bar'
Mitzvah during Saturday morning:
services, Mar. 10. of Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg will officiate, with Cantor1
William Lipson rendering the mu-,
sical portions of the liturgy.
Kenneth is the son of Mr. and]
Mrs. Ralph W. Hankin. 2170 SW
21st ter., Miami They will be host!
in honor of their son at the Friday f '
evening Oneg Shabbat and at Kid-:
dush on Saturday morning.
Kenneth is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School. At Beth David, he is patrol' |
leader of Troop 89, Boy Scouti.
Among honored guests at a re-'
c< Ption Sunday in Hibiscus lodge!
will be his maternal grandparents, s,a" members of Greater Miami Jewish Community Center
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Yafl< <. and establish blood bank account for the first time at Mount Sinai
hospital. Initial blood donors are (left to right) Israel Silver,
Mrs. Walton Powers, Robert Sands, Vincent Wiley and Arn-
old Piskin, with Leonard Romney not shown in the photograph.
Silver is chairman of GMJCC staff member blood bank.
Jewish Community Center and Mount Sinai are both benefici-
Ter^V %^^ Y agencies of Combined Jewish Appeal.
Ten-. d Mrs. Philip
lloom, i*i, b it., will be-
I come Bar Mit/vali Saturday, Mar.
10. at Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation.
Terry attend Shenandoah Junior
' High School and plays in the band.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student at
Miami Hebrew School and is presi-
dent of the Junior congregation.
He will conduct services and ad-
dress the congregation. Rabbi Si-
mon April will officiate. Kiddu^h
will be served by his parents fol-
lowing services.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Beverly Hill. Mas-
Harris,
Kiddu^h to Fete
Wei in r-K.itin
Byron Wapnick, son of Mr.
Mrs. Mac Wapnick, 1571
aandy dr., will celebrate
Bar Mitzvah at North
^e Jewish Center, Saturday
rag, Mar. 10. Rabbi Ab-
owitz will officiate. Jay is
Ieighth grade student at
Jlilus Junior High and at?
North Shore religious
ol.
mticello Park
Wicates Scroll
poll of ei ted to Con-
itinn Honticelio Par* will be
bated Sunday afternoon at the
W.
\ and Mrs. Samuel Pollack
made the presentation to
Pftrth Miami B< a< h synagogue
| ndchildren.
Juble procession, one starting
the Pollack home and the
Honticelio Park, will
to enter the congregation
ps jointly in a community-
celebration of the prescnta-
Cantor Manny Mandel will
the procession, wjtn Rabbi
|Uw officiating at the cere-
Muled to join the proofs-
||s the Honor Guard of Jew-
Jar Veterans Post 682. North
f Beach.
('-' .'I the function will in-
Rabhi Leon Kronish, presj-
the Greater Miami Rab-
Msoeiation; Rabbi Samuel
T*mple Beth Sholem of
JI spiritual leader; Rabbi
pukoiita. North Dade Jawiafl
er spiritual leader; Rabbi Ab,
HiTsun. Tifereth Israel
r* Center: and Rabbi David
- Temple Sinai, Hollywood.
Charles Edward Homer, son oi
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Horner,
i will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
, at Temple Emanu-El on Satur-
day, Mar. 10. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Charles
' is an eighth grade student at
Miami Beach Junior High and
i attends Temple Emaau-El re-
ligious school.
Rubin Vies for
State Attorney
Ellis S. Rubin, former special
assistant state attorney general of
Florida, has announced his candi-
; dacy for state attorney of Dade
I county on the Republican ticket.
Rubin stated that his platform
will be "impartial and non-politi-
cal administration of justice with-
out fear or favor; all-out action,
not promises, to make our streets | (
Naval Aviation Reserve
Author Speaks on 'Reason'
Dr. Abraham woifaon, author o
"The Road to Health and Happier
Living," will address the spi
Outdoor Forum Sunday evenir
11th st. and Ocean ct.. \.
Beach. Topic of Dr. Wolfson .
tore will be "The Life of Reaa
Question and answer period will
follow. Herman Eager, author and
poet, will also appear.
standing Young Men of Florida for
1953." Rubin declared. He rc-
ceived the Civic Merit Award of
the Miami Jayeeea the next year
and in 1955 was their nomim.
one of the "Ten Outstanding
Young Men in the United St;
The Dade County Bar Association
also appointed him one of three
public defenders in U.S. Federal
Court in Miami.
Rubin has been active in :
moting Americanism and coi
ting Communism. He is a num-
ber of Harvej VY Seeds Post of
the American Legion, the Crime
Commission of Greater Miami. Kt-
personai supervision ana I WQrcester Mavs (iurins World
competent prosecution of all ca es, WlI. and I;itrl- participated in the
with none secretly dropped and a(om bom(j (.MH.riMK.,lts a, Bikini
monthly reports to the people: ^0jj
complete cooperation with Grand _, .. ,,__
Jury to stamp out organized crime '''' -'"ended Trinity Colic .,, in H, |):
and corruption in Dade county: Syracuse Umvers.tyji.Kl mttved practice of law.
Immediate reopening, Investigation
and followup of all unsolved capi-
Miaml Beach Civic League,
He was burn in S) racu-e ", ">
In 1923. movdd to Florida in I
is single and resides in M
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v and inte .I,-:,olhe KubmV sup,,,.^ -ay he found, I
',. .H.irnov vnur net-- thc Lriminal Aid Bureau at til
v auorneyyour per :. Miami law school
rntatvc n thc court- YniT7, 7- I ftYi.vn hoti N w
his law degree in 1951 from the
UnivaraUy oj Mian L While ch i fc
''"-c ins for ex-Mayor Abe Aronovitz,
UU crimes: restoration of conli- 'r\ .........>\______u *L.aJ
dence. dignity
office of stale
'" """ v""*l to gy [QdiggQt defendants ami give
room. ctiidenK ,'viiei'ii iii In court ''' "' '
"My candidacy will offer the _"'""" txptntnee in coun. ,
voters of Dade county for the ; "Because of my tree defense of
first time a phoicc. Do they over 200 such persons, the Honda:
want an efficient, sincere and re-'Junior Chamber of Commerce re-
spected state attorney's office or lected me as one of the Five Out-
shall they continue thc 'closed cor-
poration* of preselected politicians
PLi ;: \ KirHLP.lt
CHARLES k!.i:i.v. 11
v* Seminar for Women
*W EL 8tera w' conduct
Wttinar lor women each
ja> mornint, a, rnKroRa|ioIf
!Jacb. it was announced this
fe^n Will give a courw
his mi .' l'"nfcrning the
, "tt and regulations per-
5 u. d and utew*
t Dren *'" ** "er<*
r PrParation of the Seder.
New Temple Sinai
Elects Officers
At a special congregational mect-
| ing of Temple Sinaj last week.
I permanent officers were elected
to lead the activities of Temple
Sinai of North Miami, new Jewish
; Reform group.
Officers are Albert Sherman,
president; Dr. Val Bloch. first vice
president, Dr. Alvin Krasne. sec-
iond vice president; Howard Apte.
treasurer; Kay lee Cutler, recording
secretary; Pat Verga, correspond-
ing secretary.
Klected to the first board of
trustees were Charles Kavett, M.
J. Sasse. Charles Korach, Dr.
Howard Novell, George Leader,
Joseph Pollock, Harvey Cutler.
Martin Dee, Joseph Schle-m ei
Leon Lipsick. Stanley If. Pred and
Herman Rodstein.
The congregation holds Friday
, evening services in North Miami
, City Hall, 776 N.E. 125th st.
whose inefficient administrations
have allowed criminals and sex of-
fenders to roam the streets una-
fraid9"
Rubin claimed to be "the only-
candidate who has defended crim-
inal cases or who has appeared
! frequently in circuit courtwhere
jthe state attorney practices My
experience in the prosecution and
defense of criminal cases will en-
jsure conviction of the guilty and
protection of the innocent."
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DAVID SCHWARTZ
Heine Saw America the Loophole to the Prison of
AMERICAN JEWRY COMES OF ACE. By Israel Goldsttin. 218 pp.
New York: Bloch Publishing Co. $3.00.
By HILARY MINDLIN
"PROSPECTS AS well as retrospects" is the guiding principle be-
hind this collection of addresses by a noted Zionist. In connection
with his duties as president of the American Jewish Congress and of
the World Confederation of General Zionists, as well U associate
chairman of the American Jewish Tercentenary Committee. Dr. Israel
Goldstein spoke before Jewish communities and groups in Israel,
Holland. Paris and Latin America, as well as in this country.
Along with bringing greetings on the occasion of the Tercentenary no|0 js greater than the prison."
celebration from American Jewry to their co-religionists abroad, Dr. The Nazi episode in Germany
Goldstein had a number of statements to make on the state of Jewish would have surprised him least
life past and present. Obviously a skilled, sensitive observer, the im- ,,f ;1|| jj0 predicted it to a de-
pression he gives is that of a vibrant, fast-paced man, who, even as he (;n| jje thought that Christianity
steps from the plane to greet his host, has his eye on the membership might be a restraining influence
roster and his ear pricked for the faintest whisper of Hebrew or Yid- on the Teutonic savagery', but
dish. Nor is the need for such keenness unfounded; one of the author's onc(. that was thrown off. he
As the world marks the 100th
anniversary of the death of Hein-
rich Heine, comes the news that
the city of Dusseldorf. Germany,
has purchased the manuscripts of
the poet which were brought to
America during the Hitler re-
gime The papers were brought
here for fear that Hitler would
destroy them. Had Heine been
Bllve at the time of the Nazis.
he too would have been forced
to take refuge and probably
would have come to America.
He liked America. "All Europe
is a prison and America the only
loop hole of escape." he wrote.
God be praised that the loop-
deep worries is the combination of declining Judaism and diminishing
numbers of some of the communities he visited. Neither is he without
cognizance of the more subtle aspects of the problem of assimilation:
wherevi" }eu homes u".l communitiM they hate the retpi
ability of HMinti praerving and forwarding the age
covenant, Tlif implications of thji covenant art to build altjrv
tat children in that faith ... to l;rrp the Tortn and
. .: ",;v anj U'orl; for Zion'.v restoration Slid 10 lend
\eu '! i/e everywhere, Fortunately, the climate in
. the poliru-nl and spiritual chmate of freedom hai permitted
. the fulfillment of these responsibilities. Tel All very freedom
cam ii funding p'oMem
a to which it more effective, the tun or
their /udaism.
YET IN MANY places Dr. Goldstein supplies his own answer to
such anxieties As a student of Jewish survival, he sees that the
'wheel of Jewish history turns so that Jewish communities which
flourish in one century may decline in another. Therefore a Jewish
community must accept its good fortune with humility and with a
sense ol responsibility toward its sister communities;'' sort of a Vi-
conian view with an ethical twist
The book has one main drawback, so far as its literary merit is
concerned There is a great difference between the spoken and written
word. and. although good writing will always hit the ear with the
same quality as it does the reader's eve, the reverse is not true.
Speeches are necessarily slower in pace and less complex in both
thought and sentence structure; they often must depend on a fair
amount of repetition to get their point across the rostrum to a large;
group of people.
While the listening audience finds this quite acceptable and easy
lo follow, the reading audience can only be bored by the unnatural
restraints imposed. That Dr. Goldstein has something to say is a
mitigating circumstance, but not entirely redeeming; the difficulty
of sifting through the oratory in order to get at the kernel of his
thought dulls the book and places its basic value in extreme jeopardy.
predicted the world would not be
safe.
A- far as the relations to the
Jews wrc concerned, the Teu-
tonic spirit had already manifest-
ed itself in his days. Ludwig
Boerne. Heine's great German
Jewish contemporary satirized
the manifold restrictions on the
German Jews of that day.
(i>i Saturday, the fewt are
forbidden to tai(e a icall; outside
of the gate before sue o'clock; in
the afternoon for fear that the
excessive heat of the sun might
harm them. Thev are prevented
from using the sidewalks and
forced to tali,e themselves to the
fields io that their agricultural
talent may be stimulated. Cer-
tain streets must be avoided also
by jews, probably because the
government things the poor
pavements would be hard on
Jews"
For a time, Heine hoped that
a democratic revolution might
change things, but he was to de-
spair of the Germans making a
success of revolution. "Es ist
verboten," he sighed.
In his early years, ne had fol-
lowed many other prominent
German Jews to the baptismal
font, but he repudiated that act
completely. Greek civilization
had been his ideal W.
" 'me had ,o
Testament, -u-k.. U|
*>re ,s hJ**
Sina. appear whei
on it!" "
"I believe j th,
mandments;. he
'y. I keep most ,
not work on the Swell
wh>ch the led *
W a precaution, sinee*
know exactly whifh*
enth day of rest wi
nothing the entire
Tragedy around*
ns laughter managed
^e it. He Ihouft,
ought to devote half '
day to laughter as
ligious service. The
he thought was not
as usually pictured. 1,
God's creation, be
saw the exuberance d]
vine comic spirit Al_
called religious peopkl
have a very high cpmj
Heine had.
Ill Hill HT U. IAFT
Hollywood is Busy on Biblical Themes, CtytfinentalTt
M0SJK OYSHt*
. otherwise no toitl
MILTON I nnIBM AN
Policy Decisions Bowed to German and Arab Prestige
Two State Department policy decisions have Dene-
fitted anti-Jewish elements. Many believe these
policies are contrary to basic American interests.
Catering to German nationalism, the State De-
partment has facilitated parole of many dangerous
Nazi war criminals. In a similar move, designed to
appease Arab nationalism, the State Department sold
arms to the Arabs while denying such arms to Israel.
The State Department obvioush is attempting
to win German and Arab favor in the struggle
nst world communism. Congressmen have be-
gun asking II American diplomacy now operate- on
the premise that the end Justifies the means.
Recently, a group ol Nazis described by the Rus-
as war criminals rather than war' prisoners
were returned by Moscow to West Germany, In-
cluded in the group were high ss officers responsi-
ble for massacres of civilians and part ol the SS
stall ol the Sachsenhausen extermination camp V
the same time. Easl German Communist authorities
revived tl.....Id German military uniform, Jack I
and all. The Kremlin is cynic.,,:., bidding for the
Twentieth Century-Fox has
completed "Land of the Bible,
a CinemaScope featurette which,
in its entirety photographed in
Israel, breaks new ground in the
movie industry's attitude toward
the Middle East. The 30-minute
color film, produced by Edmund
Reek and directed by Jack Muth
the first one in the documen-
tary field to do justice to the
young democracy against a
sweepingly beautiful landscape
of antiquity, in its objective and
sympathetic narration, tells us
of the country's history, under-
lining her universal significance
as the cradle of three world reli-
gions.
Moshe Oysher, the renowned
cantor, who last year went to
Germany to shoot background
scenes in the ruins of the "Great
Synagogue" of Berlin, now has
previewed his completed motion
picture in Hollywood. "Singing
in the Dark," as directed by Max
Nossek. is a sad mixture of Jew-
ish suffering in Nazi concentra-
tion camps, sentimentalities and
a trumped up yarn about Ameri-
can bookies and international
gangsters, with Lawrence Tierney
as the lead heavy. Cantor Oysh-
er's rare tenor voice, his own
friendship of German nationalists in the East-West
power struggle for Germany.
The State Department brought about release of
virtually all Nazi criminals in US. custody. Only
three of 73 SS men convicted of murdering American
fliers at Malmedy are still imprisoned. Of the
thousands of Nazis convicted of atrocities those re-
maining in the IS war crimes prison total 27.
Twenty of the 27 were found guilty ol concentra- If K"FH sTrfMTV
tion camp atrocities. The other seven murdered
raptured American or Allied fliers. Today the'
State Department is under violent criticism by the
American Legion and other veterans organizations
tor freeing fanatical Nazis who killed unarmed
American prisoners. But U.S. policy planners an
awaiting the earliest opportunity to'
free the remaining criminals.
melodic musical score. ;
pleasant screen perL_
the. sole assets of a n
ture whose ..,r> u of good
Susan Strasherg,
Broadway in 'The Diirjj
Frank." i- beiof
a co-starring role
Crawford and Rossaiol
"The Story ol Ester
which Hollywood din
Miller will iilm in
summer.
Luther Adler soon will
in a novel motion
the one of Marco Ta
king of Los Angeles, it
bias "Hot Blood,"
with Jane Rand
Wilde. Adler. whose
ent has been wasted is I
villainous cliche parts, I
gives a performance
and assured strength, i
will bring this scion of I
dish acting family newi
from the younger
screen play to "Hot Bl
written by Jesss I
son of the pioneer mo
and co-founder of the
film industry.
Immigration Laws Constant Head*
ing criminal
AlSQ held are four originally sentenced to death.
now serving life, (or participation in ss execution
'Quads. They are Ernst Blberstein, Adolph Ott
Martin Sanberger and Waldemar Klingelhoefer
SAIL CARSON
Moscow's Cynicism on Arms Sale Remains Unchallenged
a^r-sis sssssof i95 .....*
nothing out of the ordinal
There is a text for cynics. It comes from "News'
an English-language "review of world events" pub
fished fortnightly in Moscow.
an-
The Russian line about arms being "simply
other commercial commodity has been voiced many
times. This correspondent has heard it frequently
at the United Nations from high Russian diplomats
It Was not until February that the Foreign Min-
;;'-v in MOSCOW made fa s,.,,,,,,,,,,,. KJSJ J,
it had a right to be consulted by the United Stat
Tr^T^: st';....." 2 "* ^ ,nu'" ~ =*
lion. But it was back in December that "News"1 ar,K
publ.shed the new .me in an article by Vladimir Veteran critics of the McCar-
It is highly probable that the
discriminatory national origins
quota system would remain even
if President Eisenhower's recom-
mendations to liberalize the Mc-
Carran Walter Immigration Act
were adpoted by Congre
Although the President propos-
al a number of reforms in exist-
ing immigration legislation, he
did not offer a working alterna-
tive f,,r the discriminatory phil-
osophy on which U.S. immigra-
tion policies have been based
since 1924. Instead, he recom-
mended that the national origins
methods ol admitting aliens ho
"re examined, and a new system
dopted which will admit aliens
within allowable numbers accord-
ever i nTrT'f naUrdHarSeV'v.ThUS lhe Rroundwrk had been pre.: ran.Wa"" thought that Bh>
cotton deal became SSTtStt JB SSJ^ "*" "" "*" JE I^^T^^g
gration policy, but certainly not
the final answer. They complain
that the fundamental wrongs of
the McCarran Walter Act have
been "studied to death" and that
what is needed now is not delib-
statement quoted here, however, is this: It "is part of Sta*ement'
a long article previewing Russia's most recent inter- '"dryavtseVs article
vention, showing that Moscow had carefully laid the
plans for the USSR's insistence that the Tripartite
the 1950 Declaration i- ?" *' "** '
n an effort to prove it was n
reason for the Soviet bloc's decision to sUn Z n
with the Arabs on the bourse of death. *
era!ion but pction.
The President sug
pending the c.,mpIetioai
new examination by f|,fj
the national origins quoOj
interim measures s
taken. Th Presidenrtj
portani interim rewail
concerned the aPP'K
quotas to immigration.
The inl measured
ed WOUld -' 'I < '
from A) *J
-ean W
preference to immi*
Southern and Eastera
Asia. V raf"''
ribean are;- This pal
verelv restrictW
from'all save Noithea'
ern European countwv
cited as directly contra*
the prol.......1 AmerifiJI
phy of equity among
races.
Adoption of ,h'
Propo-salswouMmc^
tion to the I sby"^|
dividual country QJ
determination of 1
still be based on v*
origins quota syste*-


March 9, 1956
&*i
JewlstncrMb^
Wl
LEGAL
NOTICE
OV PUBLICATION
>T,SforulT COURT OF THE
E ClR ENTH JUD;C|AL OR DADE
kDA ,N CHAN^RV. NO
Bert mi i-KK, *' *"
FOR
No. 1S7608
liff,
KU.VK FOR DIVORCE
| ,!,-; you,
IT Vl' il
-idlns i" tho BUI
,,. plaintiffs At-
Mi.n!.i .:-'. Florida,
mil Vnswel "i I
iiikni:
I
. ;i:
: on
l he Clerk
'.ill In
I
ii .in- ii.ii i.n. e
-. HIV.- W.'.'kf
Irui.nl I" HI
I Hill Of I
K\P ORI'EREI) al M
.:.,, Of l-YLriial*.
,. i; i K \TIIKHMAN.
Clerk, i I ,''.""!'
By I H W VNN.
Ucovri Deputy Clark
HKItTK'F
L, ir I'l.niiiiff _
tZju Rulldln Miami 32. .Fla.
LiGAL NOTICE
Page 11 A
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREKY GIVEN thai
Ige Ii
the Uilllldiis
BTl'ART kl'TO >' \ I COVER* A
H INVEfTl IKI.K Till'.- ,, N-
Kromc A v. n\i". 11 \'ui
I I ii.iin. \\ii|, ihi-
clerk ">r ihi' 1'ir.uii Court ..t
Ciiunt> .1
IIEHNIE 111.' "i.\l (w>le ...
t -'*- Hi-1.* I
LEGAL NOTICE
TICE UNDER FlCTIilOUS
"' NAME LAW
Ti,i; IS IIKHKIlY iSIVBN that
I :.lgC in
UM,i,.; (hi ii.iillnim nan i i
! M'T'i SKAT COVERS, al
a. ^ ,,, >-. \i laml, Intends
"L : i with th" Clark
i de i"ounty.
IRWIN SAUTSKY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37434 8
In l!< ESTATE OF
MORRIS Ri >.-'K\. Di
To III Creditor* and All Persona Hav.
Inic Clalmi "i Demanda Against Bald
Eata'
you, n notified hihI required to iiresenl an>
i,f demanded clalmi and demanda which you, or
either of you, may have againal the
MORRIH ROKEN den
i.it, oi iimii- County, Florida, to tha
Honorable Count) Judges of Dadi
County, ajid file the aame in their of-
ii.. in the County Courthouse In
County, Florida, artthln elghl
re lander Months from iin- date of the
first nnbueation hereof s.-.t.i claim*
or demanin to eoaUiut th,- legal h<1-
riresa of tho claimant and lo !>. sworn
to anil presented i m afore*ai.l. ..i
Mtme will be bailed >
Pat. February 17, AD 1956.
HERMAN WEPMAN,
As Administrate- of the
Estate of
MORRIS ROSEN. !>.. ... .cl.
WKI'MAN WEPMAN
Attorneys for Batata
is-St
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAV/
Null' K is HEREIIY GIVEN
.1. desiring to
v',.> ,'. AVsUN I'NIKORMS,
;\ '," Ml i.....la, In
th the
n.\i;v |,.W,
fttr;
-' IT-fl
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OR C6RPORATE
... _., DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
JO U.I. To WHOM THESE PRKS-
H \U. Ci >ME IHIEETINOS
,.W.hriP0""j HARRT ZCKERM
MIAMI REACH, I | ORIl'A; MAI.I-
L6GAL NOTICE
ihi
IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VeNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
fpOR DADE COUNTY, FLORI -
JlN CHANCERY. No. 187524
.
lOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I
-
\i. N Y.
IIKItKHY NOTIFIED
I .

,. oi your
. the Bill -'f
| i in \,
i
. .r iha
I ire 11
fill In do
be tai<. !
.:, manded
Bill
Ink and iHti k
i. i i i.i uary,
itMAN
Ii u i 'ounty,
Bj r II WTYN,
Drputt i'l, ik
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 37290
In Re: ESTATE OF
JMiHi mi.vkkman. Deceased
To All Creditors and Air r, raona H.n -
Inn Claims ..r Demanda Asalnnl Said
itc:
You, and i .fh of yon, ire hi
netifteW ,ia,l rouulred to nreaeni any
<-lniniM iinrt demanda which you, m
either of \ ou, ms t the
. ..r J A roil SI OVERMAN, de-
ceaaed late "i i1 de County, Florrda,
i.. the ii..ii..i.iiii- Count)
Da.de Co I file ihe -1me in
their the intj !oui 11
i ir months Hum the date of tha
first publtcatloa haVaof. Said
oi '! mimni- >,, ...niMin the lesal .i.l-
off thi ;.inn.ml ,hi.I i,.
to ami pre*......,1 as aforesaid, .*
ill lie ban i !
Date Febi uarv v. ,\ n use.
\ll .Sll.\ KltMAN.
As Administratrix of the
Will and T Rtament of
JACi n: HIL.VERMAN
MAC MERME1
Attorn, y f. r \.lmii i-iratrix
2 ITJI .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
...... NAME LAW
, NO! ICE is HEREIIY C1IVEN thai
the und. rslaned. desiring to naase In
MKI.HIM MANOR, al T1 E Ba
;'':;''"'', Ba ii., bo, i
:M '"' Florida, Intend lo rec-
name with th. Clerk of the
IrcuH Court of Dade County. Florida
IA( OB I. UAI.I.KN.....ik
Sn?TIV.P^. WAM.ENDORF
W II.I.I AM V KIRK
K\ i H BRINK M kirk
JOHNSON, i.i-:\ i.xs. ,N A. pi uny
foi Co-parl i
tnUU '-''- i1**" Mi"""' '''"lc!"
IN COUNTY JUDGCS' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 34927 B
RE: E8T \TK OK
FAITH E OROSS, Deceasi I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ni (TICE is hereb) given thai r
I ffljaMt. "4"ietlH.i.
tale of FAITH K. !R< >SK. d. ci o- I.
MIAMI REACH FLORIDA.
91t> -NiVettMenahtben-A W.il'iiaO-An-iO.. wb*OV + irhi-lt-'U)ili.f*trf
LUe omow, i:''.(i. I, rtl aj.plji n. the Honoi
" .-in- <.r Florida HOTEL lade Ceunty. Florida, for appi
''" '" inc., b :i. with it of said final report end for final
i'oi pi..,.- ,,r bunlne-H al MIAMI chaw executor .,r the caUl. ;t
FAITH B. UROKS, deceaaed.
Thin Mh il i> of February, I9.16.
IN COUNTY JUDGE-S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 34953-B
RE: ESTA i i: OF
JESSIE FREDERIKSBN, Dec.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai 1
i my final report and pe-
tition for i-iiml Discharge a- i
if JEHSIE FRED-
ERIKSEN, Ii ,l. ami thai "ii the
12th da] ..f March, I9M, I iii apply
di i i: \\K B. I iW l.-
INQ, Count; Judge of bade County,
Florida, f",- attproval ..f as Id final
and for final dlacnargi
i: i He of JESHIE
KREDERIKSRN, dm eased
Th- lth day ol
MAX I: SILVER
MAX R sil.VKit
Attornej ... I ^\. eutor
! IT-l'l ::
IIEACH. HADE I I K'NTY, In Hie
Ida, ami when the
..i i, Ii i ,,i|,.
ol Man !. LD
i.-.l In the office .f the
I State of (he si ite .,i Flor-
i
under the
I
how^nu the dissolution of
Mi.li e,,r|.ration.
.\..u. then fore, the > of
,l. .- h<
and 'hut he la --.iiiffi. ,i thai the
ementa of law hav bet n
a ilh.
IN WITNESS rVHERBOF, I have
herewnte set m> hanj ami hav,- .,rr,v.- the Oreal Seal of the Mati of I- i
ni Tallnhnaaee. the Capital, this th.
HIRHT daj of MARCH, A >. I95.
R A O RAY, Be. retn of SUte
I Seal)
\ sRosd
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor
17-M a/2

kit Oiurl
Tfl.li II KASSIN,
inn i i
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I

[HE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
MID FOR DADE COUNTY,
MDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36924-B
K.sTATi: nK
RY B UtKll.M w. Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I id All 1'.
BW Chlms oi I ..in.. nds Again*-'
I :
..f > ii are hi
Hwi r.l it any
i fi I. you, or
lr I ha againal the
ol HARin KltKRMAN, de:
inty, Florida,
Ihf Honoialili Judsea of Dade
ffty. an,i til. -in tea h of
Co ni lions.- in
within
the d.....f die
I limn or
i.....
' tln 733.HJ Ol
} \ 11 .
MIXXI utl KM W
II I.,s. W III
"1.1 T. MAKRY S.
1 I'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 1761t
ON 'ETTA GRACE BLUM, Plaintiffs;
THEODORE RLl'Mi Kefendniit.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO. THE' 'In IRK HI.KM
:'.' ll i'. iton A' .nuc
Bronx. New Yftrk
You are hi I. by notified thn i a (
plaint For Divorce hus be*n filed
against you ami \..ii sre hereby re-
quired to serve cenju of your Answer
to the 'omplatnt For Dlvon
I'l.ilnilff's attorney and file the orig-
inal Anawer in the office of the Clerk
off the Circuit Com l on oi before the
23rd day of Mnri'h. Ir,lt; otherwise,
the alienation-, ,.f mid Complaint F'.r
Divorce will be taken as confeaaed
uKalnat you.
Dated the tfnd day of February,
1956.
K B. LEATHERMAH,
"lerk "f I'ir.ult Court
B) It II UCE, Jit.
(Seal) Deiiutv i"lcrk
UEOROB J TALIANOTF, ESQ.
Attorney for I'l.untiff
(l'm Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
! M | j : -1 ;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY OIVEN that
......ndi i alcned, .! engage In
..,. sworn to i.u.-in. r- undei the flctUloua name of
CENTER CLEANERS (nol m ..i i i -
si Ii I*, s \\ *-11 Si Miami, and
IIU So Dlxi. Highway, Con I da
i- la Intends to register ^.i i name
with the flerh ol the Circuit Court of
I i*d. County, Floi Ida
\\ II.I.IAM II. IH" -Km 'N
MAX R. SIM I
Allot William Dlcki "
92J s. \ bold Uulldl
VU ny;-'-'-!*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORI-
DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 187571
CARL GREENE Plaintiff
CONSTANCE OREENB, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in. CONSTANCE OREENE
m I'enn anla
Vi il C( '.\.- I W'.i: ORRRNK
reouit ed to t copy of your An-
Bill .f Complalnl f...
Plaintiffs atto
ENKRANTZ, No. One
i An Road "-ii iml Bi a< h,
Florida, ami file the original In the
ni the Clerk of thn
on or I 'L daj ol
195*, or C.....plain) will ba
taken I
DATED this 21bI day Of Fi bi
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ILL T-i WHu.M THESE PRES-
i:\l> SHALL COME, OREETINQH
Whe VINCENT F LAN \s \.
MIAMI. I- l.i HtlliA. LEON UOOD-
MAN, MIAMI. KlJiKlliA: MICHAEL
DORAN, MIAMI, KKnlOOA. .1 i I on
the -""ii daj < April, \ \< 1917
del the provl-
sloni ol tl seneral ;i laui
of the st,it.- of FI.....la WEST INDIES
IMPORTING COMPANY, a ... p
tlon, wit.'
at MIAMI DADE l '< ll.'XTY n
: the Slat, I
of ..in h 11.. -
n the -"oh .lav of Fehruai y, A.D

ted
dopted by 7h<
,.f .li.l '!:
!
ii ,'..r|Mr.i'
N-.W. !
i to th. f .
in.I thai i that th.

i.li. i
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I

the Oreal s. al of the State of FI irlda,
.. Tallal m '!
v\\ ENTY-NINTH da) < FEBRCA-
RY, AD
It. A. GRAY, Be. tai
' '
K. B. l.l.\THKKMAN
Cle
ieik of 'the Circuit Court
Rj I! ll RICE, Jit.
I lepul i i. 11>
(Circuit Coin Steal) .....
I. iSEI'il ROSENKRANTZ, 1
. mi.' Lincoln Road Building
Miami P-a. h, Florida
1/14 :: --'.-II
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH =
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 1a7s69
"iK I'.iiuck. Plaintiff,
I'KVis Ki.ix.x i.!*.< i. k Defends
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T( i TEVIH ELIX N BROCK
Baltimore Hotel
ioi Lf>s Angel. sn eel
I...- \ t sell Ifoi ma
YiM ARE HEREBY REQUIRE
serve a copy of your gnawer ti
i 'omplalnt for I livoi c<. i ,
I'l.untiff attorneys, COl'RSHON
\ INK. (OS Llneoln Road, Miami II
Florida, and to file tha original i i i
office of lb. iirk of th.- abovi (
on or before the *ih day of April,
otherwise ,i .i.fauit will i- eni
againal you
Dated this Sth day of March, i"
B H LEATHER!
in
Bj It II RICE, I .
Deput) l I
it Court Seal)
:: :-.*-
OTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ui\ EN thAl

l i 111. of
.. i: i: i N .; i: X
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NOTICE Is HEREBY (SIVEN
the underalgned, de ill inj
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37175-A
In It. ESTATE OF
MAI'RICE \ WEOER
a/k/a M A WEGER, I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors an.l All Pel
Havine Claims or Heinands Agalnvt
s.ii.i Estal
Von. ami each of you arc hi ">
notlflcl and required to preaent an>
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Dade County. Florida, to ths Honors-
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1I72S1
EDITH I' MUTH GORDON, Plaintiff/,
GEORGE M GORDON. Defendant.
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N..i folk. Virginia _.........
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thn a Complalnl for Dlvorci haa baas
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the undersigned, deslrlns to engage in
business under the Hctltloua name "i
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int.".Is to reglater -ui.l name with the
Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade
i ty, Florida.
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The Simonhoff family was host 8unday at
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff* North Bayshore
dr. home to some 300 guests, who gathered there
lor afternoon cocktails. .
Reason for the social affair was to celebrate the
publication of Harry Simonhoff* new book,
"Jewish Notables in America, 1776-1865." Lillian,
h chairman this year of the Women's Division. Combined
,h Appeal, joined Harry's wife, lit*to whom the book is
batedin welcoming some of Miami's leading names. .
[Former Miami Mayor Aba Aronovitx headed a contingent of
Lrishers. Mrs. Staphania Klain, Mayor Abe's sister, was among
!Tquests to receive a copy of "Jewish Notables" straight from
[minor's hand, as were Mr*. Aaron Faar, Mr. Hyman Poliar,
Fmnit Salig and Mr*. Hanry Saitlin.
I Euclid ive.'s Jack Saul* are busy these days entertaining their
and nephew from Great Neck, Long Island. .
IMany partic- are being planned to make Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Oft vacation here a memorable one. The Sauls will be host-
[iheir Northern relatives for the next three weeks.
[Sunday meant golden wedding anniversary time for Mr. and
Jacob A. Sachs, of Miami Beach. .
[But celebrations commenced Saturday evening at the Plaza
I in New York City, where the couple's sons, Dr. Milton and
ir, served a- hosts at the anniversary dinner. .
| Mr. Sachs, who is at present serving his third term as chairman
kne-eth Israel Congregation's education committee, has been
\l here with wife Raboccawho's active in Hadassahfor the
"nine years A finance broker, he was prominent in Gotham
ilndness circles before making Miami Beach the permanent
i home.
[Flamirico [week- to il.iuJiter-in-law Vicki. .
[She's here from Teheran, Iran, where husband Lloyd is in the
fart-export business. .
]But Vicki'* vacation isn't all play. She's writing a series of
peson life in Iran, emphasizing the way Americans live there
ompound area- with 12 foot walls around. .
[Senior Mrs. Bertram's best wishes to son Llovd will go by long
ft back to Teheran, for on her return trip Vicki plans to visit
on. parts oi Scotland, Geneva and Rome before embarking
(home and the young couple's three children.
[On the Birth Front: Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Gorald Schwartz,
[forth Miami Beach, their second son, Grots Richard, at Mt.
I last week. .
[Brother Gary welcomed the new arrival home, with an impa-
t bug for mother Falica. .
iToMr. and Mrs. Tad Klamotz, of Byron ave., a daughter, Susan
K also at Sinai. Barbara is the daughter of Mrs. Salma Satar,
m Beach.
Uust back fmm a Mexican holidaywhere they had gone for
|och needed vacationpopular socialites Mr. and Mrs. Hal S.
, of Hibiscus Island, are entertaining friends they met in
' three years ago. .
[They are the Bamia Barnstains, who have been spending a few
m Miami Beach on their way back from Brazil to Chicago. .
[The Btrnsteins are former Parisians. Bornia supervised an
hcan firm'., European programs, with the French capital as
TOf activities.
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[Already on the reservation list to attend the 44th annual
ng of the Chamber of Commerce Apr. 29 to May 2 in Wash-
P. D. C. are Mr. and Mrs. Sam R. Bockar and the Baron do
*h Mtytrs. ..
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Rfe Samuel H. Tobin got a constable as her birthday gift 38
tiTas Kuos,s discovr f celebrating her birthday and her son's. Const abla Laonard
Beaming at both birthday cakes was Sam Tobin, pioneer
m, who moved his family to Miami Beach from Providence,
tear y6aIS "g' S"m was a Rhode Islnd constable himself for
[ 'and nnw n Laonard is carrying on the tradition. .
lAmong the many guests were the young constable's uncle. Loo
""". and the popular Louis Levins. Party was at the Treasure
"I home of t ho Laonard Tobins.
IWnmV,ieW prosidcnt Sid"V Mayors, who is the other half of
ItihTn ! ( ine 0maha centennial. .
H"Iufamilv *et,,ed in Ne,"ka a long time ago, with father
*n tJ'r ',l|"'n,ni* an Indian curio shop which in time became
n thrushoUt the nation. .
[ ot so wen known js fhe fapt tha{ Ju|jos M#y-r subsequently
Ew'niik .hl<,f of ,he Paw"ees as a tribute to his under-
rn- of the Indian problem. .
Mr >f
"fineh"* Tohrn#r w** ho>tess Friday for an open BOOM
SKy Mrt- B#,U Kugolmon, on the occasion of her
'Robert phK^ifair Was their 401 West Rivo A,to dr hom
W Wllh ... rfl- ,hc iormer Marion Tohrnor, arrived from
|,or jov"J".1"'" 5n S**v#n t0 "ttend the eventa double rea-
>ears old"* B*"* had never aeen ner great-grandson, now
' Kuatlm M"mi Bcach from Philadelphia was Mrs. K.'s son,
ytrekd.'"' *hl,e.Mt* Kuoolmon and his wife made the
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i^^uviisJti-IEIIioicildliiaun
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 9, 1956
Section B
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY The Harry
Koretzkys recently celebrated their wedding
anniversary with, a dinner party given in
their honor by their guests at the National
hotel. Shown with the celebrating couple are
Murray Koretzky and his wife, Helene.
'Bond Voyage' Party Will Honor Mrs. Sakrais on Israel Trip
irom Jacksonville. .
Mrs j '" her dutis hostess were Mrs. Mitchall
** Mm m Ph Ro*#m**'' Miss Franfcia Wolfson, Mrs. Mildrad
"rton Hammond and Mrs. Burton Goldstain.
Appointment of Mrs. Samuel Z.
Sakrais and Mrs. Harry Platoff as
co-chairmen of the Chen section of
the Women's Division of the
Greater Miami Committee for State
of Israel Bonds was announced
Wednesday by Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, chairman.
Mrs. Meyers also announced a
"Bonds Voyage" party honoring
Mrs. Sakrais upon her departure to
Israel Apr. 5 has been scheduled.
Mrs. Platoff, who has been an out-
standing leader and saleswoman
for the Israel Bond drive since its
inception, will serve as chairman
of the affair.
The meeting will serve, Mrs.
Women's Council
Slates Donor Fete
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president of
the Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women, has announced that
plans are being formulated for the
16th annual donor dinner to be
held Sunday. Mar 18. in the Di
Lido hotel. This dinner is the ma-
jor fund raising event of the
Council.
Proceeds will go to Moetzet
Hapoalot, the working women's
cohncil in Israel which maintains
a network of 500 institutions and
carries on an integration peogram
in 88 frontier settlements.
Golda Meyerson chapter will
hold a concluding meeting before
the donor dinner. The meeting will
take place Mar 13 in Beth El. Mrs.
Sonia Robbins is president.
Meyers noted, as the initial wom-
en's division affair of Israel Inde-
pendence Month. The entire month
of April and the period through
May 14 has been set aside as a
community-wide effort to sell "a
maximum number of Bonds during
these crucial hours of Israel's year
of decision," Mrs. Meyers said.
Working with Mrs. Platoff on
the Bonds Voyage party will be
Mrs. Max Weitz, program chair-
man, and Mrs. Abraham Kasow
and Miss Lillian Goodman, organi-
zational chairman.
For Mrs. Sakrais, her trip to
Israel next monthduring which
she will participate in the official
celebration there of the eighth an-
niversary of Israel's Independence
Daymarks the fulfillment of
what she terms "a life-long dream
to visit Israel."
Mrs. Sakrais' visit to Israel will
be made under the auspices of a
national leadership program of
the Israel Bond organization. She
will be received in Israel, along
with other outstanding Jewish
women communal leaders, by cabi-
net ministers and other Israeli of-
licials and shown the latest devel-
opments in the Middle East re-
public.
Mrs. Sakrais began her career of
service and devotion to Israel in
Laurelton, L.I., where she was an
outstanding Hadassah leader. At
tlie same time, she was recognized
as the New York community's
leading seller of United States
Bonds and was commissioned a
Colonel in the Ward Bond staff.
Mrs. Sakraisbetter known as
Kitty to Greater Miami's 3,000
Hadassah membersmoved to Mia-
mi Beach in 1948. She immediately
founded and was elected first pres-
ident of the Stephen Wise group of
Hadassah. After serving a second
term, Mrs. Sakrais' efforts were
recognized by her election as presi-
dent of the Greater Miami chapter
of Hadassah.
Today, after serving for two
years in that post, Mrs. Sakrais is
vice president of the Florida region
of Hadassah and is a member of
the executive committee of the
Zionist Council of South Florida
and of the board of governors of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
MIS. SAMUU SAKKAIS


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THESE RECIPES ARE fAVORITES
Just Like Mother Used to Make'
Applies to Mother's Gefilte Fish
7-
ccial j-avorites
The phrase "it tastes just like
ther's" has almost a magic con-
notation Mother is always sup-
posed to have been a great cook
and whatever she has made or still
makes tastes absolutely wonder-
lu! And when it comes to pre-
paring the traditional Jewish holi-
day dishes this phrase certainly
has a lot of meaning. Only Mother
pessesses that special know-how.
that "sixth sense which tel's her
when everything is just right.
Now we have a traditional Jew-
ish specialty, Gefilte fish in a jar.
Which i> really "like mother used
to make." It is appropriately
enough called Mothers Old Fash-
ioned Gefilte Fish and will delight
any gourmet \ heart It is made.
course, of the choicest white-
ii-h. seasoned just right, and pre-
pared with that expert skill for
which all Mother's products are -o
Justly famoiiv Clear golden broth
will give you a quick, pure, natural
jell which tastes out of this
world Mother's Gefilte Hah is
ready to serve, hot or cold, and
it i> kosher and Parvi for I".....
over
So why spend long hours ell
log, chopping, preparing, cooking |
fish, when you can have the moat
delicious stuffed fi*h for Passover
in a matter of seconoS" Mother's
Gefilte fish, incidentally, is strict'y
| Kosher for Passover, prepared un-
jder rabbinical supervision. You
can serve it as an appetizer or as
main dish And there are count-
ies other ways in which you can
use it
Buy several jars today and con
vince yourself that this is really
Gefilte fish "just like mother's"
BAKED FISH LOAF
(serves *ix)
12 servings (3 jars of Motbe/*!
Gefilte fi-h
1 small onion mimed
4 teaspoon of -alt
' teaspoon of pepper
i. cup o'J Gefilte ftsa liquid
2 eggs beaten
; >iip mat/oh meal
Mash fish, add ingredients in
crder given. BhMJd well. Pack into
ted loaf pan Bake at 350"
40 to 45 minutes until golden
brown look five minutes before:
turning out. Serve with Mother's
horseradish.
GEFILT OMELET
4 egg white-
4 egg VOlkl
teaspoon salt
'x teaspoon pepper
'_ cup Mothers Gefilte Hah
liquid
1 servings smashed Mother's
Gefilte fish
11 cup of Matzoh meal
1 teaspoon chopped parsley
2 teaspoons fat for frying
Beat egg whites until stiff not
dry. Beat yolk with seasoning and
fish liquid Fold in mashed fish,
matzoh meal and parsley. Gent'y
fold mixture into egg whites. Heat
fat in skillet. Pour in egg mixture,
cook five minutes then put under
Iroiler for five minutes to cook
ton Serves four.
Fish Cakes
2 medium potatoes pared,
boiled and mashed
6 servings Mother's Gefilte
fish drained and mashed
I egg beaten
14 tablespoon Mother's Gefilte
fish liquid
1 teaspoon salt
' teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons Matzoh meal
12 cup of fat for frying
Put potatoes in bowl and beat
in remaining ingredients. Shape
into eight flat patties. Coat with
ammonal matzoh 2
nd fry until golden hL
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-uct | roducts, a- well ii- being
verj healthful and delicious, are
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apple Juice, Sun-weet cooked
prunes. Sunswcet prune juice and
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Miami Auxiliary in Final
Plans for Annual Dinner
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
American Medical Center at Den
ver is making final plans lor its
I annual donor dinner at the Seville-
hotel Sunday evening, Mar. 18.
Mrs. Beatrwe Keller, elrairtnan.
Preparations for Passover u '"' Wr"- *,,,:I (;"''"kln, eoVhair-
form of a "Seder dress rehearsal" man' ,sai(l ,ni-s week tnat tne Se'
arc being planned for the annual !vllie wil1 Present a show with top
combined Sisterhood and PTA
meeting of Beth David Monday eve-
ing, Mar. 12.
omcrront
'Dress Rehearsal1
Seder Scheduled
headliners as performers.
now Jewish Center Sisterhood are, bot-
, row (left to right) Ruth Silvern, Fay
olowitz, Rose Davidow, chairman. Grace
, co-chairman, Ranola Locke, president
[Sisterhood, Helen Fried. Bees Perelman.
na Cohen. Second row (left to right) are
Sylvia Altaian, Joy Angel, Ruth Maloff,
Sara Brown, Frances Marks. Alice Miller,
Ann Cutler, Bea Klein. Top row (left to
right) are Bee Baura. Ann Silverman, Edith
Hurwitz. wife of the Rabbi, Gert Kujssner,
Hannah Honig, Lucy Friedman,
ra Sisterhood Makes Plans
Smorgasbord
iterfcood of Zamora Jewish
..^fc preparing for its spring-
I siwrgasbord Sunday evening,
B.
Sponsors sod hostesses will in-
clude the Mesdames Sam Raab,
Morris Moskowitz, Irrna Tescher,
Sam Altman, Bernard Miller, Abe
prepare for the forthcoming Maloff, Norman Angel, Leon Hon-
.t. Mrs Nathan Davidow and ig, I. J. Kussner, Michael Brown,
iDirid Kivel will be co-chair-j Stanley Silvern. Harry Marks, Sam
They were appointed at a Silverman, Irving Klein, Ben
l at the home of Mrs. David- J Freedman, Manis Baum, B. Leon
e last month in recognition j Hurwitz, Leon Dolowitz, Berr Per-
ftteir successful handling of elman, Gustav Cohen, William
trhood's fall affair.
bmmittee appointments include
Locke and Harold Reinhard.
Highlight .of the evening will
iMesdames Bernard Miller, pro- be a one-man show by Cantor Ed-
n: Louis Fried, telephone: Ruby .ward Klein, of North Shore Jewish
kitchen: and Ann Cutler, Center, who will perform his
Next meeting ef the committee
is scheduled for Tuesday evening,
Apr. 3, at Zamora Jewish Center.
Members of both organizations
will participate in the program,
which includes direct readings
from the Haggadah. interpretations
of the Passover symbols and the
singing of traditional songs.
Plans call for the organizing of
individual tables headed by a team
of "Mother and Father," with a
traditional Seder plate at each ta-
ble.
Serving as Mother and Father
are Mr. and Mrs. Harry August,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Beer, Dr. and Mrs.
Abe Bolker, Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman, Mr.
Geyer, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gould, and Mrs. Robert Nedbor. Mr and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herold, Dr. Mrs. Isidor Bakst, Mr. and Mr-.
and Mrs. Morris Kleiman, Mr. and Max Handshu and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Emanuel Lubel. Dr. and Mrs.' Isidor Dickman.
Youth Aliyah to Benefit
Tamara chapter of Mizrachi
Women will hold a games party
for the benefit of Youth Aliyah
on Wednesday noon. Mar. 14, at the
Lucerne hotel. Mrs. Ann Frank is
chairman.
Roy Mack, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Purisch, Mr. and Mrs. Hober Riev-
man and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Safer.
Head table will consist of'Rabbi
and Mrs. Yaakov Rosenberg. Can-
tor and Mrs. William Lipson. Mr.
Louis Schwartzman.
pen.
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L AND (MRS. trssc
S*T- --------
in Home and
truth the Same
1 E an old English proverb
iys that cleanliness is next
dlinew To translate this in-
peritiy we could say that clean-
is Kathruth. For what is
aruth. actually? Kashruth
Preparing foods and uten-
i cleanliness, in accordance
i Talmudic law. And our sages
ted these laws for reasons of
fation and hygiene,
*relore. when the Jewish
*wife works with even more
linn usual to prepare her
jfor Passover, -ho knows that
m home is a healthy home
\tr family and herself. To
; *c home dean and Kosher
Bowr. then, is to give the
a "sprnu cleaning."
Mhen you are getting ready
W>of cleaning your home.
rtoaty.)U use the most help-
PJjjhMli and that these
_ helpful cleansers are also
r'or Wssover. These are
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ate-Palmollve
> and certified Kosher for
J** items are available in
Jowrj store and are used
s household tasks for
JgUand pans, metal sur-
iuHth lhcsc lnree wonder-
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Lysses Hark Their
Silver Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Hertz Lyssc, of
1967 SW 8th-sL. marked their 25th
wedding anniversary this week
with an intimate gathering of im-
mediate family and friends at their
residence. _
The Lysses were married 25
years ago in Shanghai. China. Now
retired. Mr. Lysse "was formerly
associated with a British concern
there.
The couple have one daughter,
Eva, who resides with them. ^ie
was hostess, together with W"r
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Shaya
Okouneff, 126 SW 16th ave.. to the
Mar. 8 affair.
Guests attending included Mrs.
Lysse's sisters, Mrs. Fania Marsh
and Mrs. Bronia Barbash, 1900 SW
9th st., and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Miller, 2520 SW 27th ter.
From Chicago came cousins Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Sosner. While
Mrs. Pearl Friedman, of Israel and
Miami, was also among the party
to help celebrate the silver anni-
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FriQay. March!
MRS. REYNA YOUNGIRMAN
Bird's Eye Products
Holiday Favorites
The Bible tells u> that when the
Jews fled from Egypt they were
in a hurry because the Esyptians
vcrp riuht on their trail. They
didn't take time to bake bread,
and had to be satisfied with mat-
7.ith<. instead We can well imag-
ine that they were lacking many
other items which make a meal
pleasant and tasty.
However, today's housewife need
lack for nothing in the way of
Passover foods. She has a wide.
Wonderful supply of items which
are Kosher for Passover, and de-
licious as well.
And. among the best thin'j-
available. she can depend on Bird's
Eye products which are selected
for their good taste and freshness.
The following Bird- Eye vegeta-
bles are Kosher for Passover: a<-
paragu. broccoli, cauliflower and
.-pinach.
Also, concentrated lemonade,
concentrated e well
all Bird's Eye frozen fruits.
Eye produi I i l be found
in tl
market- Thi
very

r the h
1
S T.
Noted Artist Will
Speak at Brandeis
Women's Function
Plans are progressing for the
annual "member bring-a-member"
tea of the Greater Miami chapter.
National Women's Committee of
Brandeis University, to be held
Fridav afternoon. Mar. 16. at the
home' of Mrs. Jack Ablin. 6342
North Bay rd.. under the leader-
ship of Mrs Meyer Kggnatz. vice
president coordinator of member-
ship. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg is
president of the local chapter.
Reyna I' 11 m a n Youngerman.
prominent on both the national
and local scenes as a portrait
painter, will highlight the after-
noon with "Through a Painter's
Eyes." an original presentation of
the content and elements that go
into the making of a picture. "She
will emphasize as well, the out-
standing part that Brandeis I'm
versity is taking among colleges in
the United State- by it- contribu-
tions on the cultural levels of j
painting, music and literature in
the creative art- school."
Ifrs. Younuerman. listed in
"Who's Who.'' is one of the arti-ts
on the ro-ter of Portraits. Incor-
porated. She received an honor
diploma and Bachelor of Fine
Arts degree at Vale School of Art .
and later became a member of the i
faculty of the school. Her portraits I
of national notables hang in manv |
public buildings and in private col-
lections and museums.
Mi- Alexander Kogan will pre-
sent the program of the afternoon.
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Murrav Apfelbaum. the North Dade and dances used m port.ons^of the
lewi-h Center ITA will present an
adaptation of the "Jewish Home
: Beautiful." as well as Israeli songs
i and dances, at the North Dade Jew-
ish Center Sunday evening.
I The program presents the major
fe-tivals of Jewish life depicted by
program wqill be
Jewish Music Month.
Murray Apfelbaum will narrate,
and Cantor Maurice v.T
the soloist. The choir V. *ai1
direcfon of Luc.t M^
dances will be performed" ?
North Dade chapter orB^'
Girls, directe^byMe,^^
Social Club Annual Affair
Detroit Social club will hold its
sixth annual floor show and dinner
dance on Sunday. Mar. 11. at the
Latin Quarter. Mrs. Mollie Gold-
berg i- in charge of reservations.
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dassah Schedules Monthly Meetings, Unique Programs
ifternoon, Mar. 12.
Sakraia will be
IB
[Monday
\ff, Sarmn"
a bonoi and w
bow." will be shown.
.,h.-h Zentler and Mrs.
"tandau Sii will be hon-
a> imah-"
deor Wl" g,vc m
* *
I Scop i "f ,,a'' '
nj restaurant
program lhi month is dedi-
to the Medn al Center at Kin
' to dimple-
oro"- pntittod
epnat i and wi" drm'
jlrate the P' being made
She completion of this center,
rh ,]] hub of Hadas-
I djcal Organization in Is-
Rcgular meeting of the Shaloma
group of Hadassah will be held at
, Malvina I iebman. director Hibiscus lodge on Monday. Hadas-
GemenUi "" for Dade san Medical Organization and Med-
ntv'will b test speaker at ,cal Center will be highlighted.
malar meeting of Menorah Dr., A. R. Hollander, who has re-
u on Monday Her topic will <*nt|y returned from Israel, will
for Today's Chil- 8've a report on the Assembly
Medical Association. This will be
lm. "Shalmuth Finds followed by a quiz with audience
"E" will also be presented Participation.
|the program to be held at the
llGable> Jewish (enter. Herlz group will hold its regular
amines
n

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conduct tht PASS0VIR Services and Sedurim
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Supervised by Both Vaad llakashruth
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Hold in Lincoln Rod Arts)
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LTE HSH FOR PASSOVER. Specially selected whitefish
nd other fresh water fish are rushed by plane from north-
hstern lakes directly to the spotless kitchens of Mother's
wd Products. Here they are cleaned and chopped, and to-
Mher with fresh whole eggs, seasoning and spices, they are
wly cooked in huge cauldrons, under the constant super-
on of Rabbi Moses Ehrlich. of the Union of Orthodox Jew-
Congregations of America. Shown with the rabbi are
Knard and Jesse Goodwin, president and vice president
spectively, of Mother's Food Products. Inc.
meeting and party for Hadas>ah
Unen Supplies on Monday noon at
the Sorrento hotel.
Featured on the program will be
vocal renditions by Mrs. Peter
Wagner. Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Bernard Stevens, who has recently
; returned from a tour of Israel as a
i member of the Women's Division
jof the UJA Study Mission.

Israeli group of Hadassah will
hold its regular meeting and card
party on Monday noon at the Al-
giers hotel. This will culminate
: the Silver Project and other prizes.
Mrs. Sol Silverman and Mrs. Ira
Krivitzon aje in charge of reserva-
tion.v

Monday afternoon Torah group
will welcome members, new mem-
bers and their friends to an after-
noon social and cards. The Italian
American club will be the meeting
place.

Stephen S. Wise group of Hadas-
sah will meet Monday noon at the
Allison hotel.
Mrs. Frances Berliner will sing
Hebrew and Yiddish songs. Miss
Lillian Goodman, Greater Miami
chapter chairman for Youth Ali-
yah, will speak.
*
Deborah group of Hadassah will
meet at the Algiers hotel on Mon-
day afternoon. A technicolor
movie, "Tell Me Where it Hurts,"
will be shown.

Hanna Senesch group of Hadas-
sah will hold its regular monthly
meeting on Monday, Mar. 12, in the
Star room of the Shelborne hotel.
Guest speaker for the afternoon
will be Mrs. Henry B. Wernick.
She will review the first of the five
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The program will include a
fashion show, with commentary by
Edith Applebaum.
Mr- Bernard Ncwmark and Mrs
Jack Teitler are co-chairing the'
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. D. let Powell sings proclamation desiqnatinq Mar. 7
JRT Day in Miami Beacu
mayor earlier this week, were
ass
3RT Day in Miami Beach. Left to right,
Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller, presi-
listint;
Lorber Chapter
Sponsors Patient
Throe thOMttd < I-"'- ,he
coal >! caring for one child for a
was recent)) tm\ by the
LorlW chapter ol Jewish N.itional
Home tor Asthmatic children to
the National Roma h Dawa* as
p;irt of their annual purae
This figure was to be announced
bj Mrs Harold Solomon, preaident,
at .1 regular meetini Thursday al
Harvie's restauraal
ii,, presenti) hai 11
h Idren 11
to norm al *ht-
institutlon.
the benefits
am ol pi
ial and entOtiOMl care
in addition to a ce ebratlon of
I nth an:
ilk by ha I I Baldi,
\ p.. for the D
scheduled. Mem-
their donors will
iests i chapter Mar. ~2
f ial donor luncheon al
el.
Wedding Booklet Made Availi
A new booklet. "The Jewish
Wedding." is bernp distribute 1 by
rt Distillers Company .
help to young people who are plan
ning marriage, it was announced hy
Tubie Itesnik, executive vice presi-
dent oi Calvert.
The booklet, written by Ruth
Jacobs Jewish television star and
new-paper columnist, explains the
ancient Jewish rituals and modern-1
da] etiquette and how to make the
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Film on Jewish Life
young at Heart group, senior
!- ot Temple Beth Sholom.
will hold an open meeting on Tucv !
Ma, Mar. 13. in the Temple,
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, Sis- ]
terbood president, will present a
film on current Jewish life.
arrangement- (or the l_
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.nayer earner this week, were mm. uanie: :ieui niun, Fj <==>.-
denl of Greater Miami chapter. Women's American CRT;
rvinq Till president and membership chairman;
Mrs. Samuel Pollack, president of Miami Beach after-
oon chapter. _____
.'.= Vv.^tzct on
Will Fete Rcths
Bikur Chi
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Miami will hold lt^
iversary dinner at the Dil
lay ever::'
14. Honored will be Mr and Mrs
Hyman Both, founders "t the

The Roth> are long-time rest-
Long Beach, N V and
where they have
ired in numerous civic and phil-
thropic programs.
\- winter visitors to M
:i r many years, Mr
w the necessil
non-profit, non-sectarian
the sick and m
illm..... during their con-
n i pleasant
rf u
Z r, president, explain) d this
Roth
dful oi civic-minded
under her uidance,
. .on "
\i' Mrs. Isidore Cohen,
B I i m Kosher i
' Home now numbers gome
members. Former Miami
Harold Turk assi
in drawing up the organization's
rter
Debs Yorth Pick
Frances Lazarus
i<
Debs chapter, B*naJ
n the
Algiers hot! I Sunday afternoon.
other officers ol the chapter
named include Carol Meyers, tirvt
Mir president; Linda Frank, sec-
ond vice president; Rc.-ha Levitt,
treasurer
I.oretta Bernstein, recording sec-
retary: Call Katz. corresponding
secretary; Hazel Miller, sergeant-
at arms; Muriel Naurison. chap-
lain; Stephanie Gladstone and
Tootsie Krisel; and Betty Barnett,
historian.
Sidney Efronsos, chairman of
BBYO board of directors and pres-
ident of Coral Cables lodge, was
installing officer. Mrs. Joseph J.
Herman is chapter advisor
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-i
'Hour Has Come' Theme
Of Hebrew Academy Women
"The Hour Has Come' was the
program feature at a meeting of
Hebrew Academy Women, Wednes-
day noon, m the Ritz Plaza hotel.
Based on the historical signifi-
cance of the Passover holiday, the
' '" monthly skit was dramatised bj Mr- Joseph
American affairs and United Na- Rackovsky and Mr- Sam Fuchs,
n under tin auspices w'l?h music accompaniment by Mrs.
t A In,- It. II,...
MS. AND MRS. ROTH
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' Family Relations
Expert to Speak
At Women's Meet
X
f i
on a continuous educational pro-
gram through books, parnphleK
lectures, motion pictures, radio and
TV programs, seminars, confer-
i n. correspondence courses, a
circulating library and its monthly
bulletin, "Family Life.". It has
ajao a staff of 80 counsellors en-
gaged in giving help to people
with personal problem-..
Mrs. Samuel Sakrais i-. heading
hostesses.
9 in chai
>*
1*1
and Mrs. Charles Fidelman (center),
sident of Israelite Center, will present
Saoll of Law to the Center at a Siyum
ah Sunday evening, Mar. 11. The
entation includes Silver Crown. Ch'air-
of the affair is Max Parness (right), re-
ligious chairman of the Center. Guest
speakers will include Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witz, Zamora Jewish Center, and Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman, Temple Zion. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky, Israelite Center spiritual leader,
looks on. "
I Mrs. Aaron Farr, president, this
, week revealed that Dr. J^ul Pope-
noe, director of the American In-
stitute of Family Relations. Los
Angeles', will be gueM speaker at
the first evening meeting of the I the list of Conference
Jewish Women's Mr, Leonard Glasser it .
Organifationsof Dade and Broward;0f arrangements, and Mrs. Z
S"" Thursday, Mar. 15. a. Bailey will provide the dec
Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs A. Frank u ,.,,,, ,,
Mooting is being eo-eponaored chairman.
I by the Greater Miami Council of
I Churches, and Dr. Popenoe will be
introduced by Mrs. Leon Kronish.
who is a board member of the De-
partment of Marriage Education of
the Council of Churches, as well as
a member of CJWO.
Dr. Popenoe is general director
of the American Institute of Fam-
ily Relations, which he founded in
1930 to serve as an educational
center and information bureau in
connection with problems of
heredity, sex, love, marriage and
parenthood. The Institute carries
look forthe
Milkboy on
Iht box and
wrapper
Neon Unlimited Brings $50,000, Goal in Sight for Ladies
Samuel Simonhoff. cam-, "Israel has not enjoyed a peace-1 bined Jewish Appeal, commended
| chairman ol the \\ omens ful day in eight years." the mili-1 workers for
i, Combine! Jewish Appeal, tary leader said, "and there is lit-
day revealed thai nearly
has hern pledged in this
, exceeding l>v 25 percent
[ig ire set last year, at
tfd annual "Luncheon Cn-
in Hian i Beach auditor!-
IKtion Wii '. i I las! week,
_i 1.500 top women leaders
attendance.
fipal speaker was Lt. CoL
their generosity in
previous campaigns and for their
or possibility for future own plus-gifts made in this
War may coin.' within emergency drive over and above
Israel contributions given by their hus-
bands.
Reviewer to be Honored
Special plans are now being I
made by Mrs. Donald Murray, co-!
ordinator for the Greater Miami
chapter of Hadassah book review
series, to honor Mrs. I. M. Weln-'
stein, reviewer for the past seven
years, during the final review of
the season. Affair will be at the i
Roosevelt theatre on Mar. 13.
tie sign
peace."
the next
may be over-run by her Arab
neighbors, but Israel will never
again bo conquered, she firmly
indicated.
"Greatest concern today of
world Jewry is the hazardous situ-
ation in North Africa where nearly
"The Women's Division quota
of $170,000 is now withfn sight,"
said Mrs. Simonhoff, addressing
the huge gathering of CJA women.
"I now call upon every woman in
Dade county who has not yet made
her personal contribution in this
100,000 Moroccan Jews live in con-
Berman, of the Israel Worn-;.start threat of personal danger as I crisis campaign, to come forward
L-my. who told the women I result of the shifting control of pow- and do so as soon as possible."
that "brat l eeks peace er from French to Arab govern-
opportunih to build her: menf," Col. Berman said. "These
ny, strengthen her nation families wish to emigrate to Israel
i forward
earing as guesi of the CJA
Col. Berman declared
A colorful highlight of the
meeting' was presentation for the
first time of a dramatic cantata
entitled "What is Torah?" featur-
ing a cast of 65 persons including
at once and unless this emergency
immigration receives funds quick-
- ,y,.MT?can %" TY shor^ly ^ i the Temple" BetTsh^nT^sSster
noughaKgresMve arms have|*ut off,from aid bv "Desert hood choral Group cantors Jacob
oured into Egypt by Com-!Curtam more impenetrable than Bornsteini Bereie Kelemer and Irv-
nations to start another \my n Curtain- I ing Robinson, and Mrs. Mae Wein-
ftar. and thai the greatest Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president stein.
ELdr 1" Ul"?!' bV Nyest".of the year-round Women's Divi-1 Cantor Samue, Kelemer was fea-
C a, Hr" ,hc,r refusal s,on of Federation, sponsor of the tured so,ois, and director of the
tier defensive arms. annual affair in behalf of Com
production.
ANNOUNCING
NEW LOCATION
Dr. Kori Roller
OPTOMETRIST
3637 N.W. 17th AVE.
IN ALLAPATTAH
Phone NE 5-7184
For Appointment
OPEN EVENINGS
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-3595
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it made in Switzerland-
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ho
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Ses, Men Join In Leap Year Fete
I for a Day will be crown-
jjk latest styles in men's
lill be shown at a "Leap
Nance scheduled by Rooee-
pplc 33, Pythian Siaten,
W'. at Dora August hall. 500
^ ve.
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fashion
will present
show.
apparel, as well as sportswear and !
beachwear.
David Cypress, Lewis Pomerantz.
Manny ftudes. Marvin Anderson,
Bernard Kaplan and Ben Brandt,
all members of Roosevelt lodge
177, Knights of Pythias, will serve
all as models. Coordinating the fash-
Imported I ion show are Mrs. Bernard Kap-.
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Adhering to the Leap Year
l theme of the party, the ladies will
present a skit giving their version
. of what transpires at a men's lodge
meeting. Mrs. Martin Knobel is
play chairman.
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THE ONLY GEF.LLTE FISH WITH
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Sisterhood Funds for School
Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel
Northside Center will hold a smor-
gasbord dance at the Allapattah
Lions club. 4343 NW 17th ave on
Saturday evening. Funds are for:
the Center's religious school.
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in a delicious jelled broth right from the jar no waitrne...
no freezing... no fuss! At your grocer now!
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""ach 23, i
Sn tlic^ealm of Society
MISS ZtLLA WARSHAW
MiSi tAARIl MORIWITZ
Miss Bachlcr Bride
Of Richard Pizitz
When Nan Carole Bachler be-
came the bride ol Richard Pizita
irday, she carried Ihe same
Bible her mother carried at her
Dr. Joseph R. N'arnt offii
\ in Holly-
d !! ach hi tel Reception
dinner followed al the hot"
The bride is tl
Mr Sol Bachler, 1770
Da; Beach Mr.
Mrs,
.. Birmingham, Ala.
. the bride in
II ilian -ilk
fit neck-
. nd lull skirt
which extended into a cathedral

Her fingertip veil <>f illusion
Jell from a cap and she carried
unite orchid- on her Bible
Lyn Bi as her lister's
Other attendants
were Mrs M Pizitz, P
L,.ur Levinson, Patsy Karp
and Elaim 11
Their ballerina-length {owns l'l/l,/- Ahm slltka- ,en* s
ol white taffeta and they William Gladstone ami Jerry Lapi-
i i bouquets Uv
,,i,.ni;i. i I laribbean honey-
ritt IVit? was best man for moon, the couple will make their
hi- brother I shers were Michael him in Birmingham.
Physician is Fiance
of Zella Warshaw
Mr and Mrs Ben J. Warshaw.
of 1795 SW 14th ave.. announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Zella Eve, to Dr. William Brook-.
gon ol Mr and Mr-. Israel Brooks,
ol 1342 Drexel ave
The wedding will be in Miami
Beach In June
Miss Warshaw Is i graduate of
Miami Senior High School where
she was rice president of the
National Honor Society, Thespians
Little women service club.
She was president ol the Dramatics
Club and a member ol Tri Alpha
scholastic honorarj
she will graduate magna cum
laude from Universit) of Miami in
June. Majoring in education, -he
is secretarj Ol Alpha Lambda
Delta, freshman honorary, and was
a junior dormiton counsellor.
Dr. Brook- graduated trom high
school m Neu York City Follow-
ing graduation be served with the
Navj
lb attended New York City
College and lulane where he WM
manager ol the varsity football
team and 00 the -tall of the litera-
ry magazine, Carnival. He gradu-
ated from the Tulana School of
Medicine where he WSJ president
of Phi Delta Epsilon medical fra-
ternity
Dr. Brook- interned at Kings
County Medical < 'enter in Brook-
lyn. NY., and i- now practicing
in Miami and Miami Beach.
0tim/&4ed ?46 his wi
Owner of Gotham Town's Algonquin hotel Beni*m-
wife and their daughter, Barbara, are vacationinu
Bo*,,
--. -,, vacationing at IT!
hotel for several week. Now a genuine collegienne i !la
nette Brett Levin, June graduate of Miami Beach Huh "-*
*N^H
MRS. RICHARD PIZITZ
EXCLUSIVE MANISCHEWITZ INNER WRAP
Seals in Freshness
where it counts!
Marie Morewitz
Plans for June 17
Mane Elaine Morewitz became
engaged to Ray Mitchell at a Valen-
tine Daj party Mr and Mr-. Henry
Morewitz. 1678 Michigan ave Mia-
mi Beach, are announcing their
daughter's engagement.
The bride-to-be formerly is from
Birmingham and attended schools
there She also attended art schools
in Miami and i- a member of the
Art Directors Club of Greater
Miami. She is associated with the
August Dorr Advertising Agency.
Mr Mitchell is the son of Mrs.
Mildred Israel, formerly of Chi-
He attended sehools in Chi-
and Miami, and served in the
Armed Force-
He i- associated with the Sid
Harris Theatrical Agency, and is a
member of the Miami Beach Junior
Chamber Of Commerce.
The couple ha- chosen June 17
for their wedding date
neiie orwn kvrin, rfunc (lauwic ui miami Beach Hiph c w~
new address is Eaton Hall, University of Miami nL5 ^ I
i- Brooklynite Mariano Leebel. iom< *
New Turf club members include Dr. Lton Levy 0f m,-
and faew York and now a new South Floridian. He's an
Columbia Broadcasting and Radio Corporation of America 'u!l
Grtn*, friends are happy to learn, is back home at 966 sw-1*
following her recent illness in Mercy Hospital. Daughter I '^>
1- with Dorothy and Oscar during her mothers convalescent**fl
TtmPll ISlAll lADHS PLAN LUNCHEON ALUMNS TO MEET
Mrs. Nionu Levinson and Mrs. Belle Wolfson are in char*,
luncheon and card parly planned by Temple Israel Sisterhood?*1
noon in the Temple's new auditorium. .
Mrs. Lee Meyer will be In charge of host.
Belle in preparations. Mrs. Louis Baron's 1825 p.av dr. homTi
site of (ireater Miami Alumnae Association, Delta Phi Ep-i|on.
monthly meeting Monday evening. Slated are final arrang
for the sorority's Founder's Day luncheon Mar. 17 at tnt
hotel. .
NOT ABU $ VACATION ON Bt ACH ACTIVE LEADERS
Among prominent Northern Jewish leaders vacationing a>
man's Crown hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Forst, of Forest Hills, xn
Sol is bosrd of directors member of Yeshiva University, a fouuT
Bar Il.ui University in Jerusalem and one of the blunders ot
Kinstein medical school.
Sol's also honorary president of the Queen's. N Y. Jewish i
and chairman of the board of Rabbi Dov Revel Yeshiva. Mrs. I
is president of the Queens Jewish Center Sisterhood presides!*!
women's auxiliary of Rabbi Dov Yeshiva and trea-urer ui %
University wornen's chapter. .
YOUNG PIANIST TO PtKfOKM PHYSICIANS' WIVES
Eleven year-old pianist Elaine Gold will appear in concert
evening as one of the winners in the city-wide search t-.r talent i
sored by the Miami Music Teachers Association. Elaine's dauch
Mrs. Rose Gold and piano student of Mrs. Harold Robin. .. Site sf|
concert is Riverside Baptist Church. .
Mrs. Howard Enle's 121 West San Marino dr. home will!
scene Wednesday evening. Mar. 14, of a meeting of Physician*!
Club of Greater Miami. Wine cookery will Interest the ladiest
they turn the tables and stay away from home. Mrs. Jeanne'
slated speaker. .
Alumnae, actives and pledge members of Iota Alpha Pi
meet Saturday noon at the Lucerne hotel for a luncheon ho
sorority's tenth year on the UM campus. In char-.' ol the affair]
the Misses Pat Besner, Gail Berkman un6 Marcy Rafftl. Skit I
ing the sorority's progress since its installation as Rho chapter u]
will be presented. .
P I 0 N E E I JEWISH CAMP OF
Eft. 1924 Sam* Ownership Sine* 1946
THE SOI'I
Comp Osceola
FOR ROYS AND GIRLS
On Mills River and Silver take. Horse She*, N.C.
Riding Private Lake All Land and Water Sports
Sabbath Service*
Capable Seasoned Staff. Resident Phyncian and
Nurie. Jewish American Cuisine
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AMKRK'A.N ''A.MI'IMi ASSOCIATION
Directors: Herbert and Be" 7536 BUCCANEER AVE.. MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
ph. un sael
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I OF YOUR MATZOS...
I in or out of the box!
\
Only the Manischewitz Inner
Wrap seals in oven-freshness
at us peak...before thematzoa
f.o into the carcon. And only
the Manischewitz Inner Wrap
rt closes to scut in frt \htit rj
mgaltl alter the carton is
opened. That's why Manische-
wit/ Matzoi arc alwayi freshest
. all uays jinnl!
KOSHER
FOR PASSOVER
Gables to Hear Psychologist
Sisterhood of the Coral Gabies
Jewish Center will hold a PTA
I meeting Wednesday evening, Mar.
14. ai the Center. Guest speaker
will be Dr. Ted Aidman. recent
past president of the Southeast
Florida Psychological Association.
Hi- topic will be "Importance of
Parental Attitude in their chil-
dren psychological adjustment."
Colonial and
Traditional Furnishings
Inferiors
OPEN Hon., Fri., Sat. fee.
765 NS. 125th St. Ph. PL 9-0249
noo 1133*
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MANISCHEWIT1
.First Family of Fine Passover Foods
FOR BOYS
is pleased to announce
that registration is
now open
"MIT FIFTY BOYS
FOR 1956 SEASON
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Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Yi
Social Functions
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BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
Address inquiries to:
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I, Mar. 4, meant a sweet
j luncheon for Louise
L jn the Scheherazade
\\ the Algiers hotel. Lou-
ie daughter of Mr. and
iam Srednick. 2111 SW
lA member of Hillel B'nai
fills, she is secretary of
Red Cross at Miami Sen-
&
He Passover,
[Year-Round
(does Passover differ from
other day- ol the week, the
iha>k>' And it answen its
estion: Because <>n Hass-
le eats matzoth instead of
honor ot the event when
|rs wen1 freed from their
in Egypt.
er i~ Indeed different
|her days oi the year, not
cause Jews eat matzoth in-
I bread but al o many other
(PSKOVer dishes. There is
jig. however, that can be en-
I floorer which is enjoyed
out the year. This is
if i- Ko.-hcr fur Passover
Jas the year round, and it
PUM.rich.deep, mil-bodied
throughout the year.
ngs during the Passover
you will want to enjoy a
'liciou- cup ul coffee. It
MISS SALLY LANDSMAN
Miss Landsman's
Troth Announced
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Miss Sally Landsman, is being
announced by Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Marks, Chicago, III.
Sally's fiance is Jerome J. Gut-
kin, of Miami Beach, son of C.
Harry (ititkin and the late Mrs.
Gutkin, Baltimore. Md.
Wedding will take place Apr.
29 at the Algiers hotel.
Boutnekoff Will .
Conduct Ballet
The Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo
including Alicia Alonso, Igor You-
skevitch. Frederic Franklin, Nina
Novak, Irina Borowska, Gertrude
Tyven, Yvonne Chouteau, Alan
Howard and Victor Moreno, will
all appear in the classic repertoire
which has made this company
famous for three performances
Friday evening. Mar. 16, at Dade
county auditorium, and Saturday
matinee and Sunday evening, Mar.
17, at Miami Beach auditorium.
Ivan Boutnikoff is musical direr-
tor. Born in Russia where ho n
ceived his early musical training
and first conducted an orchestra,
he moved on to Europe where he
has conducted every major -\m-
phony orchestra. He is a noted
musicologist and a composer. He
became professor of composition
and conducting at the Academy of
Athens. Greece, and first conduc-
tor of the Athens Symphony Or-
chestra.
He became conductor for the
Ballet Russe in 1945 and remained
with it for four years. Last year he
returned again to guide the orches-
tra through the large classic and
contemporary repertoire.
wakes you up, makes you energetic <
and spry, ready to do your house- j
hold chores, to go to work, or to ]
do your shopping.
A good cup of hot coffee makes
you better prepared to solve the j
many small and large problems j
that arise during the day. And
when relatives or guests drop in
they will be grateful for offering
them a cup of this delicious
Nescafe. And Nescafe is so easy
to make, too. All you have to do
is boil some water and mix it with
, Nescafe. Put in more or less Nes-
cafe, in accordance with your pref-
erence, whether you like strong
or weak coffee. What could be
easier?
So, for your Passover enjoyment,
get a good supply of Nescafe. Re-
member, it is Kosher for Passover
and as tasty as all year round.
S.T.
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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI presents
r- ..
Pri.
ALONSO & YOUSKEVITCH
March 16, Evening, Dad* County Auditorium:
US SYIPHIDIS, TNI BUCK SWAN, THE MIKADO,
6AJTE PAIIS1ENNE
March 17, Matiawei Miawi Baaed Aaditorium:
THE NUTCIACKER, PAS DE TIOIS,
CAPRKCIO ESPACMOt
March 17, Evmmo,: Miami Beach Auditorium:
RAYMOND*, LA DAME A LA UCORNE,
PAS DE DEAUX, SCHEHERAZADE
Mat.nee $3 00. $1.50 Evening: $4X0 to $1.75
FOR INFORMATION: MOhiwk 1-4SS0
WGBS Telethon to
Benefit Hospital
A telethon over WGBS-TV (Chan-
nel 23) will be held Saturday, Mar.
10, through Sunday, for 16 continu-
ous hours for benefit of Variety
Children's hospital.
The hospital, a South Florida,
achievement, will celebrate its
sixth anniversary this year. Known
throughout the world as a haven
for children regardless of color or
creed, the hospital is raising funds
for immediate needs.
Variety Children's hospital is
accredited by the Joint Commis-
sion on Accredation- of Hospitals,
is a member of the South Florida
Hospital Council, Florida Hospital
Association and the American Hos-
pital Association.
It is non-profit with officers and
board members serving without
compensation. The hospital serves
Southeastern Florida in the care
of polio and has treated patients
from eleven states and six foreign
countries.
Last year Variety Children's hos-
pital admitted 2,700 patients. To-
tal days of care of patients num-
bered 30.841. Out-patients cared
for were 7.179.
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Noted Author Will
Speak at Mental
Health Socieiy
"Hope for the Troubled" is the
topic of a discussion to be offered
by noted writer Lucy Freeman at
a meeting of the Mental Health
Society of Southeastern Florida
Tuesday evening. Mar. 13, at Dade
County auditorium.
Miss Freeman, former reporter
of the New York Times, is the
author of "Fight Against Fears,"
"Hope for the Troubled" and "Be-
fore I Kill More."
She is now writing a history of
Chicago's famous Michael Reese
hospital.
Tickets are available at Flagler
Book and Record Shop, 322 East
Flagler st.; Carlotta Lewis, 308
Coray Way: Doubleday Book Shop.
934 Lincoln rd.; Moderne Book
Store, 5738 Sunset dr.; and Signa-
ture Shop. 3139 Commodore Plata.
DANItL NtAL HEUER
Heller, Lindzon in
Law Partnership
Daniel Neal Heller, Miami at-
torney, announced this week the
formation of a partnership for the
general practice of law with Jerry
M. Lindzon, who was previously
associated in partnership of Bern-
stein & Hodson.
The firm name will be Heller 4V
Lindzon, with offices at 810 Ains-
ley bldg., Miami.
Heller and Lindzon also announc-
ed that associated with them will
be Herbert M. Klein, recently dis-
charged from the Counter Intelli-
gence Corps, United States Army.
Heller did his undergraduate
work at Princeton, Cornell and
New York Universities and receiv-
ed the BS degree from NYU in
1947. The LLB degree was con-
ferred on him at Harvard. Heller
has practiced law here since then.
Active with the Jewish War Vet-
erans, during 1954 and 1955 he
served as State of Florida com-
mander. At the time of the 60th
national convention of the Jewish
War Veterans held in Miami in
1 October, 1955, Heller served as
publicity chairman, and has just
! been appointed national legislative
chairman.
Heller is a 32nd degree Mason
I and Shriner and is past president
(of his Masonic class. He is a past
| director of the Miami Beach Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce, mem-
ber of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and has recently been
appointed to the publicity and
budget committees of Federation.
He is a member of the Harvard
ILaw School Fund in South Florida.
Heller is married to the former
Diane Star, who is now president
of the Creator Miami chapter of
Women's American ORT.
Lindzon attended the University
Rabbi Shapiro is Guest
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge
will meet Tuesday noon, Mar. 13.
at the DiLido hotel. Guest speaker
will be Rabbi David S. .Shapiro, of
Hollywood.
University of Miami tax confer-
ence in April. Lindzon is a merrf-
ber of Surf side Masonic lodge and
Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith.
Both Heller and Lindzon are vet-
erans of World War II.
Klein has lived in Greater Miami
since 1948 and is a graduate of the
University of Miami, holding the
AB and LLB degrees. Immediately
following his graduation from law
school in February. 1934. Klein
entered the Army. He has served
as a special agent in the Counter
Intelligence <"rp- and has ju-t
returned from service,
of Maryland and the Univei
of Miami and received BBA
LLB degrees at r of M in 1950
and 1951. He is chairman of the
taxation oi partnerships commit-
tee of the tax section of the Florida
Bar and lecturer in State and I^ocal
Taxation at the University o!
ami.
Lindzon has lectured before bar
associations throughout the state
and is scheduled to speak at the
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German Requiem
By Brahms Due
At Beach, Dade
leen Firrell, soprano, and
ter Caesel, baritone, aril! be
-i soloists with tba I
of, Miami Symphony Orchestra
Sunday and ftfondaj
the Miami Beach and Da f< i
urns.
Principal work to be peri
i- the German Requiem, op 45, l,\
joh ihms Dean John Bit-
ter will conduct the orchestra
Wilfred Smith directing tlu
versit) ol Miami chorus
In addition to the Brahms work.
Miss Farrell will Im' heard in a ren-
dition of three Richard Strauss
songs, I lie," and
"Devotion."
The Sunday program i slate
a musical salute to the city and
people of Quito. Ecuador, and will
open with the national anthen
the United States and Ecuador.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president and director of communi-
ty affairs for the university, will be
the master of ceremonies. Mayor
ol Miami Beach D. Lee Powell has
invited Ecuador ambassador to the
United States Jose C'hiriboga to
come to Miami Beach to participat
n.it i\
in the salute.
Mayor Powell has also invited
the mayor* of Miami and I
lea to represent their communi-
on official of the I
Information Agency i that
sical salute-, such a- this,
during the
five years "and have ted in

the cultural the
. people in the held of
been able ti
d performances by lea
symphony ore
Id."
Hershey Art Show
At Hirsch School
Sam Hir-ch School of Drama and
Allied Arts announces a reception
honoring the opening of a one-
man art -how teaturing the paint-
; Harry Hershey on Sundaj
afternoon. Mar. 11, from 4 to 7
p.m.. at the Studio. 315 W 47th si
Hershey's -how arranged bj
William Oberman. art director ol
the school, will run for three
ks until Apr 1
Hershey studied painting at the
Fossey in Fourth
District Race
Ralph a Fossey, 47-year-old
i Miamian and a realtor in
Rokeach I Sows Revod
Proposed Public Stock Issue
I. Rokeach & Sons. Inc.. manu-
facturers of food and household
products Wednesday announced a
i public -Ux-k issue, offer-
ing 400.000 shares ol -tocV. or 63
percent of the total outstanding.
Th will be through
Jay W Kaulmann & Co, members
of the American Stock Excfa
and underwriters for the issue, and
it is expected it will be ready for
-.,1c very shortly.
ka'ifmann. who is r grandson of
the founder of the Kaufmann De-
partment Store in Pittsburgh, has
recently been elected director of
the company.
MIAMI INVESTIGATORS
SUITE 207 PLAZA BUILDING
Day and Night Phone 82-6978
Civil, Criminal and Insurance
Investigation*. Alexander Stolfi
and Avery Wilhelm. Directors.
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H- Oppenhtisiar
OPPEY'S AUTO REN
"NEfUl lEPAMtS
*H *1ok*i of Cm
1M S.W. lit STIBt'
South Miami. ha> announced his
candidacy in the May primary for
county commissioner from the
Fourth District.
I be seeking the office
which Preston Bird is n
rn in the Buena Vista sei
;ami in I I B I
luated
ol Pennsyl-
I with .
Bach< conomics.
In announcing his intention '" l"
id So in.my
J friends in all sections Ol the
d toe to run that
I (eel it i- not only an honor hut
a dutj t" offer my business experi
ence to our exceptionallv la-t
., "<"" .ti iinuin in
growing county My platform w,u ami ^ moved ti) pormanpnt etfl.
be baaed on a full and serious eon- quarIcrs at ,514 sw 3rd
-ideration of all iwic-
.,,, ocutive director Fred Ellis an-
After hi- graduation from col-
Fosse) returned to Miami and nounced Tuesday.
went into the real estate business' The Heart Asaociation's office
with his father. A. D. H. Possejr, was formerly located in the ("alu-
lormer mayor of Miami. met bldg. but due tQ a con((,m
For two years, prior to hi, serv- platcd increased program f<)r (hc
as a lieutenant commander in ,: ., .,
the IS Naval Reserve hctween Cm'nK year' fc,hs sa,d ,l *
1942 and 1046. candidate Fossej n,'('<-^ry to move into the larger
was director of Public Welfare for headquarters which are easily ac-
J of M.ami. He has headed cessible to heart patients ;iI1,l'vim-
Fossett's Prescription Pharmaci
Huntington Medical Building
164 $.1. FUST STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE FB 4
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his own real estate firm since 1946.
Fossej i- vice president of the
South Miami District Chamber of
R ing Art School. National Commerce and past president and
Academj ol Design, Art Students' presently vice president of the
1 olumbia University and hoard of trustees of the Boys Club
for three years abroad, lie opei of Miami, inc. He i~ akw vice
tail crafl shop in the Mis- president of the Miami Board ol
souri O/arks and worked the Sum- Realtors, a director ol the Florida
mer Art School of the Ozarks m Association of Realtor- idee presi
Arkansas. He had a one-man show dent of the Kiwani- Club ij
that circulated in 16 cities of the Miami, a director, ol Dad
midwest and southeast from ii40 Community Cheat and the Dade
t() 1951- County Hes,.an-h Foundation
He was technical director ol the One of Fossey'- most recent en-
Palm Playhouse, a professional oeavora i- setlve p
legitimate theatre in Sarasota, from the ition ol the new South
tors
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3466 N. Miami Avenue
Phona
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NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
Lincoln ot Washington
Pays Interest on Savings
FOUR TIMES A YEAR
January 1April 1
July 1October 1
Miami Federal Barings and Loan
Association, ot which he i .1 mem
bar ol the board of dire,:,,:.
Fossey .resides at 9390 South
Ludlam rd. with his Wife ,,! ,
tecn-aue children.
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Zionists to Hear
Candidates for Office
< oral Gables Zionist District will
meet Thursday evening. Mar. 15,
at the Coral Cables .Jewish (enter!
Daniel Cravitt will discuss 'The
Middle Eaal Today and 11. Implica-
tions With Respect to Israels Posi-
tion." .
Candidates who will run for
office in the forthcoming Demo-
cratic primary will be quests at the
meetnm. including Nathan Ander-
son Miller, candidate for Dade
county superintendent of school-.
Judge Joe Eaton, candidate
stall' senator; Judge Raymond Na-
than, candidate for judge Ol circuit
court: Richard Gerstein, candidate
for .state's attorney; and John B
Orr. Jr., candidate for state legis-
lature.
Levi Plumbing
Company
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^sse Tragei -left), national president ofAlpha Omega
| fraternity, receives honorary membership in the Miami
5r from Dr. Arthur Sokoloff, president.
i! Fraternity Hears Dr. Trager
i i presi-
: Alph 0 -nta! fra-
rs ol the
lAlumni chapter last week
1
1100 Greater Miami dentists
Committee Heads
Named for Pageant
Names of committee chairmen
of the Miss Miami-Beach Beautv
Pageant were announced Wadnaa
day by Bob Glasaer, general chair $
man Oi the <>vent which fa slated SI
for Biltmore Terrace hotel Mar 25.
Designated were Ken Laurence
and Phillip Taylor, co-chairmen un-
der Glasser; Robert Gilbert ;,nd
Mitchell, presentation oi
nt; Eugene J. Weiss, entries;
Larry Hollander end Baddy Hart,
awards; Art Stel/.-r sad Budd Cut-
tor, finance and ticket sales.
bley Goodman, judges; Ted
Cohen, Miss Florida; Rocky Pom-
erance. ushers; Dr. Stanley Col-
tune. Max Kogen and Harold Boa-
en. advisory; Budd Laurance and
liuk ''" a! events; and
Dave ECrcute;, pabliaitv.
A11 I I the Miami
isora of the
ml foi the tenth
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Phone MO 1-8201
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OBHT 1. UWISON
(ison Announces
Claims Court
J. Lawison this weak an-
hu candidacy for the po-
f Judge oi small Claims
up 2.
has lived in Bade coun-
'1929 and was educated in
m schools of Miami Beach.
Mi* pre law training at the
r>' of Illinois and gradu-
" the University of Miami
lof law. He is ln his fifth
I the practice of law here.
**m. Lewison is vice presi-
iMolem lodge, B'nai B'rith.
NT, he was chosen chair-
1 w annual high school de-
conte,t and was active
P" th year on that pro-
!., "'"toally culminated
twojocal boys sent to
W ROOFING AND'
J METAL WORKS
fttffS ""'S840
ton B.a'rtd now: y>"
2wfW Men"
listen fo
SCMACHTER'S
2AT|0N WMIE
attended the affair, which marked
the organization's Founders Day j
and its 49th anniversary. i
Dr. Trager revealed that Alpha
Omega has thusfnr contributed'
some $300,000 to the equipping of j
Israels first and only dental
school, which is now in progress.
Alpha Omega numbers 12.000
members nationally, with three
chapters in Israel, as well.
Also addressing the meeting
were Dr. Meyer Eggnatz. past na-1
tional president of Alpha Omega.
and Dr. Robert Litowitz. regent of
the local district.
A graduate of the University of
Maryland dental school. Dr. Trag-
er served as district chief under
the Youth Mobilization program of
Civilian Defense during World
II. For the past 25 years, he has
been actively engaged in youth
activities on a local and national
level. In May, he will take office
as B'nai B'rith Youth Commission-
er for District 5.
He is 1955 chairman of the
Interfaith Award Committee of i
Baltimore. Listed in "Who's Who)
in World Jewry." he is director |
of dental out-patient department
at Sinai and Mt. Pleasant hospitals |
in Baltimore.
President of the Miami chapter
is Dr. Arthur Sokoloff. who pre-
sented Dr. Trager with an honorary
membership.
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For the past year, he has been
program chairman of Sholem
lodge.
Lewison is active in Knights of
Pythias and is vice president of
Miami Stamp club. While at the
University of Miami, he was chosen
a member of Nu Beta Epsilon, hon-
orary legal fraternity.
In 1954, he married Ardis Fin-
nieston, and they live in Coral
Gables.
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Discussing the 20th annual Florida State
B nci B'rith convention in Havana. Cuba.
Apr. 18 to 22. are s'.andinq) William Farr
and George J. Talianott. Seated are Mrs.
Lillian Smulsen, Judge Milton A. Friedman
and Mrs. Eleanor Baltuck. Fan Tours is ex-
clusive ancency for the convention. Judge
Friedman, chairman, has appointed Mrs.
Smulsen and Mrs. Baltuck as convention
co-chairmen. Talianoff is national Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith commis-
sioner.
See if How' Trains Cameras on Levant; Program Over WTVJ
When B Murrow's "See Highlighted by interview- with Murrow. who spent almost two
Now" presents Egypt-Israel." Egypt's Prime Minister Carnal Ab- week in I-rael supervising the oper-
,.n the del Nasser and Israel's Premier Da- ation of his eamera crews, inter-
the pro vi.l Ben-Gurion, the "See il Now riewi Hen Curion. Howard K.
;.nrt will encompass the myriad Smith. CBS News' chief European
ramifications of the complex and correspondent, who spent a simi-
COntroverslaJ problem policies', lar period of time in Egypt cover-
economic, military, social. Indus- iny the Arab side of the question
trial, agricultural, religious and with another "See it Now" camera
cultural crew, interviews Nasser in Cairo.
ht into what is probablj
matic
ir time.
"See it Now" pn i Egypt to-
WTVJ nannel 4
Mar 13. 8 30 to 10 p.m.
Anniversary to be Marked
Sunshine Rebt leas
li M 13 at
erican legion hall. 1820 Alton
r!.. will feature the celebration of
-25th wedding anniversary of
and lira, Phil Biblo. Mrs.
Biblo is vice grand of the organ*
il
Writers Club to Meet
Writers club will meet Saturday
ing at Spinoza Outdoor Forum.
11th st. and Ocean ct. Program
will include readings by Mrs Mary
War hurst, Miss Lillian Goldberg
tnd Harrv Ker-haw.
Chase North Beach Branch Ret
Painters this week were putting1
the finishing touches on the north
mil of Cha.se Federal Savings- and'
Loan Association's North Beach
Branch at 747.4-Collins aye., wind-
ing up a fopfttt^nth, SsJpjOOu ex-
pansion ._A
Biisine*s-a*u5uaaKloa*tnued dor- ^
ing the alterations, which included '
i two week period of air-hammer-1
ing while workmen destroyed the
former vault. The new vaultact-
ually two-in-one, a storage vault for [
records and another for safety de-1
nosit boxes and currencystands I
45 feet behind the original vault
erected along with the building in'
1950.
Architect August C.eiger re-
Inaifnrri the facade of the building i
to conform with that of the main '
office at 1100 Lincoln rd. The two-
story structure was extended back
to the lot line, and ten feet were
added on the south side.
The continuing growth of busi- HAW KlNCSJSfT
MM m the NorthrBeach area neces-
sitated the expansion," C. L. Clem-1 depart mint on the
ents. president of Chase Federal, and the employee's diningl
explained. j "Everybody, the 17 empl
The additional space permitted wc" a" ""' Public, a*']
relocating the tellers" windows, and the new Ml ">'" King
increasing the safe deposit box mar't-s bis tenth m-iti
capacity 25 per cent j Chase this month, rcn
"Wc get a lot of compliments' _
from our customers on the appear- Modem Dance CIojs
ance since we've remodeled," Har-1 Eugenie Sehein. m
ry N. Kingsbury. assistant vice instructor, who for
president in charge of the branch, .-..-i,, __j .
commented. !tau8hl modern dance 4
What the customers who have C' Cge "? ***** .
some $14,000,000 in the branch's cl,ss al ,h" '"wnBnmfcJ
30.000 accounts don't see is the ex- er Ifinmi Ji h Commai
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I grade of Beth El Hebrew Academy
i to art period under the instruction
Rosenkranz. Left to right are
, Penick, Alan Altschuler, Henry
Sydney Sokel, Barry Kunet. Susan
Goldberg, David Goldfarb. Marjorie Good-
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because of their dietary dilemma.
Basically, their problem has
been one of obtaining meals en
route that conform to their un-
compromising standards of kash-
ruth.
"Aboard the Zim vessels, kash-
"Moreover, principle and pleas-
ure are inseparably intertwined in
the Zim vessels" kosher cuisine.
To kashruth is added the skill of
the chef's art at its finest, making
mealtime aboard the SS Israel or
SS Zion an occasion to be ap-
{preached with anticipation and re-1
ruth is not merely an appendage | membered with relish," the an-
or an incidental trimming. Kash- nouncement indicated.
Rosenblum Runs
In Fifth Disstrict
Morton Rosenblum, Miami at-
torney, announced his candidacy
Wednesday for constable. Fifth
District, in the Democratic pri-
mary, May 8. The district covers
Miami Beach. Surfside, Bay Harbor,
Golden Beach and surrounding
islands.
A graduate of the University of
Miami law school a year ago. this
is Rosenblum's first bid for public
office. He said his campaign will
be based on the fact "that a con-
stable's duties often go beyond
mere policing and require legal
discretion and understanding of
state laws.
"While a constable's first re-
sponsibility is to enforce certain
Florida statutes and in the serv-
ice of legal papers," Rosenblum
said, "there is still a wide area
of constabulary responsibility
which requires a legal understand-
ing gained only through the study
and practice of law.
"Laxity of enforcement has been
more often due to ignorance of the
law and confusion as to the legal
rights and powers than to neglect
and wantoness on the part of en-
forcement officers."
Rosenblum is a Florida Bar As-
sociation member and is on the
legal committee of the American
Civil Liberties Union. He received
his I.I.I! in June, 1955, and an AB
degree from Washington Univer-
sity, St. Louis, Mo., June, 1952
He is single and resides with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosen-
blum, 135 N. Shore dr., Miami
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Services In Greatei7 Miami's Houses Of Wor8}
____..... ...> Mni^^^MHMMMi r a miami SYNAGOGUES "Vestments ,,[ (;|or_..
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:45. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Robert, son of Mr. and
Mr-. Samuel Kirshenbaum, will
become Bar Mitzvah. Kabbi Tibor
Stern will oliiciaU; and preach on
the topic: 'Freedom Rings." Ian-
tor Maurice Mamches renders the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m.
and 6 p.m.
*
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
officiate and preach on the topic:
The Dead Sea Scrolls Come to
Life." Cantor William Lipson ren-
ders the musical portions of the
liturgy, assisted by the choir under
the direction of Miriam Donner-
stag. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hankin
will be hosts at Oneg Shabbat in
... -f Oath Im ABB L'uri t\l Vt ll'Hft
KABBI TIBOK SlUtN
. Freedom Rial*
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
honor of their son. Kenneth, who
becomes Bar Mitzvah during Sat-
urday morning^services AL^ atiON will hold Friday evening
scheduled is the Bar Mtwth 0* Saturday morning
Ronald Rohan. j^ *^ *rJ services are at 8.30. with Rabbi
in the chapel at 10 a.m. Kiddush
will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Hankin and Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rohan.
*
ANSHE EMES CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
sen-ices at 5:45. Saturday morning
services are at 9. Mincha will be
at 5:45. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily sen-ices arc at 8 a.m.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
Adar 26 6:09 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will 'OM* Caplan officiating and!
hold Fridav evening services at Preaching on the topic: "The WlS-
815 Rabbi Joseph Narot will of 'm <>f Um Heart Cantor Abra
ficiate and preach on the topic: h;im Se* renders the musical pur
The Questions Christians Ask Uom "' the liturgy. Rabbi class
Most About Judaism Sermon is Wl" hr 5:45 Mincha is at 6:15
ed on the spiritual leader's re- P ,n followed by Shalos Seudos.
riail to the Univeraity of Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6
Florida and in> addresses on .Hula- P m
ism and Religion." Saturday morn-
ing services are at 11. Bernard. BETH EL CONGREGATION will
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Strauss, hold Friday evening services at
\wll become Bar Mitzvah. 5:4S Saturday moaning services
are al 8 M. Rabbi Shmaryahu
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will S",""^>' "'" P-^hOn the topic:
hold Friday evening services a, r,l<; 'y an, the Profane, ran-
8 13 Rabbi Leon Kronish will of- ^J^'*^^*"?the^i" _
%S^(SSrTltllS^SJi Sun^aervk^ak^YeahivaJUU *"* at 6. Saturday morning, MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
Weiminn-Inwil be the fM ;" ,0 a m C,au In ^nhcdrm will aervteti arc at 8:30. Rabbi Arie GATION will hold Friday evening
in aseries on great Jewish per hv al 4;3 P-m- Becker will preach on the topic: services at 8:15. with Rabbi Isaac
GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD
ACUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE-7-1 OrtMl
Rabl .... .
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION-1000 Pralrlo ave. Orthodox. BaJ*l II.
I/.UIS It'll! IIKlll _
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER-SIO 7h at. Consarvatlv*. Rabbl
M tmowlts. Cantor Ed war* Kiain.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 l.'taM ave. Liberal. Rabbl Leon Kronlah.
Cantor Samual Kalamar -
TEMPLE EMANU-EL-1701 Washington ave. Conaervatlve. Rabbi Irving
Lahrman. Cantor Philip Diummer.
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
BETH JACOB CONGREOAT1ON-301-Jll Washington ava. Orthodox.
Rabbi Tlbor Warn Cantor Maurice Mamc-hes.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATIONJ5 Kuclld ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jo-
seph K. Rackovsky.
HEBREW ACADEMY-918 Sth t. Orthodox. Rabbi AlasM*ar Oroaa.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREQATION-1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Abraham Self.
TORAH TEMPLE1254 Weat ave. American Judalam. Rabbla Abraham
and Louis Caasel.
CORAL GABLES
CORAL OABLE6 JEWISH CENTER320 Palermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi
Morris Skop Cantor Irving Robinson.
ZAt ora JEWISH CENTBR44 Zamora are. Conaervathra. Rabbi B.
Ueon ilarwlts. Cantor Rudolph Brill.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION135 NW 3rd ava. Orthodox. Rabbi
Aria Becker. .
HOLL YWOOO and fT. LAUD C R D ALB
TEMPLE BETH BHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD1.25 Monroe at.. Hollywood.
Conaarvattv*. Itabbl Samuel Larer.
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD2O30 Iolh st. Holhrwood. Conaarva-
tlve Rabbi David Rhaplro. Cantor Tehudah Heltbraun.
TKMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUOEROALE1801 South Andrews ave.,
ht Laudartale. Reform. Rabbi Marlus Ranaon.
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CKNTBR-lal But 4th ava, Can-
- serialise. Rabbi Boris Rackovaky.
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE ISRAEL137 NE 19th it. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot, Rabbi
Jacob Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Cantor Jacob Bornsteln.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER U4)0 North Miami ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Heraon. Cantor Albert Ulantx.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION -12201 NW 7th ave.
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER10 NW Slat pi.
Cons.rvative. Rabbi I*eo Helm.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER13630 Waal l>lxle hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi H.niy Ukollca. Cantor Maurice Neu.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION164th St. and NE 11th ave.
Coaaervatlve. Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
SOUTHWE8T
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION K4I Catml way.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE MK s\\ Ird iva Coriaan Rabbl
Ii.tk Cantor William V? Llpaon
BETH EL CONGREGATION BOO S\V lTili ava. Ortkodox. Rabbl
Shmaryahu T Swlraky. Cantoi Louis Cartenhi
Israelite center SIM BW t4th ten CotwarvaUve. Rabbl Mi
Kalknv
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 1101 .-W l.th ave.
Orthodox, luibbi blnton A I k ICalam
WEST MIAMI
temple zion I'M BW 17th r\norvatl*( Rabbl Alfrad Waxnsua.
"Veatmenta of Gtor|.. .
5^30 pm followed^'
dos. Daily M>rvice y-
and :15 pm **'
1 .
AGUOATH iSRac,
, INSTITUTE wili holriLF-
ining senices at 615
; morning senices, are,, '
saac Ever will discui-
tense and Self pJ
Mincha follows a class
at 5 p.m. LoUis Ufkoai]
host at Shalos SeudTn
ices are at 8 a.m. andVj
* *
BETH TFIUH
TION will hold Frid,
services at 6:15. Saturdi,
sarvices are at 8:30 Rat
Rackovsky will preach
Spiritual and Material l
4:15, his sermon will bi
the Weekly Portion. ,
5:30 p.m., followed by
dos. Daily services are il
and 6:15 p.m.

NORTH SHORE m
" will hold Fddip
services at 8:15. with Bi
Abramowitz officiating. I
ward Klein will render l,
portions of the liturgy.
morning services are a I
Jay, son of Mr. and1
Wapnik. and Gerald, mm
Mrs. Bernard Lefcourt,
Bar Mitzvah. Sermon arllj
on the Weekly Parim
Immortality on Earth." Talmud I-erer officiating. Cantor Manny
TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday diM precedes the service at 8 a.m. Mandel will render the musical
clerman will be- eveninR services at 5:30 and 8:30 Class in Bible will be at 5 p.m.. portions of the liturgy. Subject of
Cantor Samuel pm- wi,n Rabbi Alfred Waxman followed by Shalos Seudos. Hosts the sermon is: "The Duties of the
officiating and preaching on the are Mr ar"d Mrs. Joseph Swartz. J Individual to the House of God."
Weekly Portion. Temple choir will Ladies' Auxiliary will be hostess at
assist. Saturday morning services MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND Oneg Shabbat in honor of the con-
are at 9. Sabbatti school is sched- CONGREGATION will hold Friday secration of 200 new members,
tiled for 9:30. Mincha will be at evening services at 6. Saturday Saturday morning services are at 9.
5:30 p.m. | morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Sermon will be based on the Week-
Simon April will preach on the ly Portion. Mincha is at 6 p.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE topic: -Tabernacles of Old and |
CENTER will hold Friday evening Temples of Today Terry, son of TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami,
lervieas will "be" at 5frvices al 8:3- Rabbi Abraham Mr and Mrs. Philip Bloom, will be- 776 NE 125th st.. will hold Friday
7 30 am and 6 p m with Sunday Herson Wl,l preach on the topic: come Bar Mitzvah Cantor Berele evening services at 8:15. Dr. Wil-
morning services scheduled for 7 ^ewish APPI" Cantor Albert Kelemer renders the musical por- liam H. Finershriber, rabbi emeri-
'\ ^ jOur Response to the Combined tions of the liturgy. Daily services tus of Kneseth Israel, Philadelphia,
sonalities. Saturday morninu serv-
ices are at 10:45. Arthur, son of
Mrs. Florence I come Bar Mitzvah
Kelemer renders the musical i>r
tions of the liturgy.
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 6. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9.
Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach
on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is
at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seder of Homesfeoi I
Homestead Jewish Ce
hold its annual tradition*!
over Seder Tuesday eveni
27. In charge of the affair]
ney Peckett.
IvnoV UnveilMf
The De.iK.it:. n oi a Moo
to t! Mi
LOUIS S. ItJMT
form
440 s W ii fa Ann
Miami
will tol[f pfcwr
Sund.m March. I|
Mi N
Mr. l.i i.r\i\3
widow. Lfah,
Mn Theodore David, i
more. Md jnd Mw
Lundy. o( Mumi: r#o
d*u|{l>tcr- Mar|une wi.
of Biltm ore .il-'i t<> i
Albert an
Philadelrhu SetvKM
conducted by Rabbl
Hanon i I nfereta 1*|
Mde Center P
Monun ,rin)'
ahaCRC "' arrangemaitt
and relative- arc
will preach on the topic: "The
Builders of Reform Judaism in
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will America Today."
an a,.. EB ^ba ,euiiu'Gluitz renders the musical por- are at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH ,ions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold follows. Saturday morn.ng services ZAMORA
Friday evening services at 6 and are a, 9. subject of the sermon hold Friday evening services
8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Leo Heim wi bc: .-The Blcssing of n, 8:15_ wn ^^ B HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
discussing: "Blessings-^ Complete ing charity K|(](iush ^^J oflln;itlni, ..Thc Jewjsh Sabbath JEWISH CBNfER^il. hold FncTay
and Calendar Reform" will be the evening services at 8:15. with |
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN- '"'"c' n> Arthur H Roth, of Inter- Rabbi Boris Rackovsky preaching!
will hold Friday evening I American Division, General < on- on the topic: -Darkness of Enlight-J
ieea at 8:15. Rabbi Henry ,feren5e. ?' Seveath Day Adventists. jenment." Mr. and Mrs. Frank
and Incomplete." Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30. Sermon
will be based on the Weekly Por-
tion. Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed
by Maariv.
TER
services
Okolica will preach on the topic: ""' l "Freedom and Mixed Marriages BaJBuaJ Rabenowich will I
aaanm Mmsnowicn win be hosts Shabbat in honor of their anniver-
Cantor Maurice Neu renders the al Oneg shabbat Saturday morn sar>- Saturday morning services
"" l'"" nrvieea an at fcM r.......- iir' 9 a.m.. with the Sanctifica-
Uon of the Month of Ni.san.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
I i Ida) evening services at 5 and
Rabbi
IS INTERESTED IN A CO
THAT COU10 OfFU
FIELDS OF ACTIVITIES.
callage ftmAwU, '"*' *
aatstoading fpeokw *
t.c.d orgonixer, ver< '
wttion of rofcbinicol aaj
national work. Writ*
Box 2973, Miomi 18.
w,h the choir under ,,,,!,H^;n";|(^;,;^11i,r,' J "J **"
of i-uciile Moore. Saturday morn- K",l"lph Bn" ** the musical
mcc bk ) ii Dally services I"'1'1"11- "' *h? Uturi
will be al m. and 5:30 pin
------------c.a,*. .' ISRAELITE CENTER vmII hold H 30 Rabbi Irving Lohrman will
>, ii i i l- Hol|yw*od PridJ evening services al 5:30 l,r'ach on: "Your ReligionWhat.
at U^ IS Ra||,'V,1,rn,:, ;?'"'K ","1 l,:iu"1" "u'i -M'Tton Muluv. ""*" '' Me> t oifSinr^-'oHir:;1 se? -^.....1.......>;,,h";"- ^ -
president of Hollywood Ifjjusteriai ",1"' "-"" and Damocracv P" "' f thc liturgy- Satur'
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Association, and Rev. S. Harr> Today." (), shabbat w,ll |K- m"r,"n -<-r\ices arc at ? various cemeteries >
Russell w.ii ,i,s,-u>s: "Chriatian. sponsored by Jewish War Veterans S''rm"n Wl" hv ,MM"' on ,he Weck" I and viciniiy-
ew,sJRcatlonship." Cantor Ve ,,,., AuK|, '[ [ "V Portion. Charles Edward, son of
hudah Hcilbraun renders the mu- lu"X 174- an sical portions of the liturgy. Mr. Norman Br"- J^ow', Auxiharv. "d "^ M"n,,P' ,,orncr- """ i "
turgy. Mr.
and Mrs. M. Weintrob and Mr. and Saturday morninu M
Mrs. Louis Sklut will be hosts at 8:30. Sermon i, b|gd
Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning i. Port inn ,.r .k
services arc at 9. with Kiddush fob 'he
n Auxiliary, v,
mas ;iI(. ul hocon,e Bar Mitzvah. Daily
services i
KABBI LtO Htm
al 8 am and 6:15 p.m.
on the Week
Law. Cantor Sam- \ BETH itiici rMrDEr A
lowing. D^^^ -d ^r^^
W I BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA.at 5:30 pm, followed by Shi TV'C0S at 6:15 Saturday morning
. BUtwajs TION will hold Friday evening | Seudos. iservices "^ < Rabbi H. Louis
.Rottman will preach on the topic:
RMONO
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iil Break
jnd for House
[j of M Campus
L Jhaptrr. b finally to be-
e's!? year* hind: hav*
[VoilMted lo build the mod-
L^tory structure.
brothers, alumni and trus-
Ldtr the leadership of Ber-
V-awer. head trustee, have
Cd money to the chapter, and
Lainder of the funds has
,! by the national organ-
dbreaking ceremonies will
flee on Mar. 18. and the
Twill be located on Luguria
H* plot, which is 300 by 150
-ith ample grounds for fu-
Lspansion. has been donated
t (.'Diversity.
MM for the project is Irv-
wh
i building will sleep 30 men
,T)WHiion< for another 10.
|5 two-man rooms will con-
f bend?, built-in desks and
...mother- suite, combina-
tiapter room and library,
IdihinE area and living room
I included
iident of the chapter is Fred
[St Louis other officers
i George Lewis. Kansas City,
[ice president; Nicky Cohen.
Beach, secretary; Richard
iTj Coral Gables, treasurer;
feein. Detroit. Mich, histor-
cd Sonny Block, Detroit,
Er-tt-Urge
fmorial Meeting
Mason
Abraham Mason Memorial
n? will be held m the chapel
ttple Emanu-El. Thursday eve-
Uar. 15.
ibi Irving Lehrman will de-
^he eulogy, and Cantor Philip
mer will render the tradi-
[memorial liturgy.
on. who during his lifetime
i active board member both
nple Emanu-KI and the He-
I Academy, as well as a vice
"lent of the Miami Beach Zi-
[District and the Jewish Na-
Fund Council, "was a sin-
md dedicated Jew and Zion-
aid Rabbi Lehrman.
ientatives from Temple
b-D, the Hebrew Academy,
I Beach Israel Zionist District
Pe Je*ish National Fund
pi will also participate in the
pal.
i Mason Memorial Forest
^established in his honor
LtONAKD TOmlN
Tobin Will Seek
To Succeed Self
Constable Leonard Tobin took
time out this week from his edu-
cational campaign to keep teen-
agers out of drinking spots, and
announced his own campaign for
reelection in District 5.
District 5 constable has juris
diction over Miami Beach. Surf-
side. Bal Harbour. Bay Harbor
fslands, North Bay Village. Gol-
den Beach and Sunny Isles.
Tobin took office as constable
in January. 1953. on his first
political try.
Son of the pioneer Sam Tobin
family which came to Miami
Beach from Providence, R.I.. 37
years ago. Tobin became active
in law enforcement in 1947 when
he was named chairman of the
Miami Beach Jaycees' law en-
forcement committee.
He is currently crusading to
help juveniles understand the
state beverage law which makes
it a criminal offense for minors
to be served alcoholic beverages,
and imposes penalties on them
and bar operators who sell them
liquor.
Tobin's family includes realtors
Harold and Norma Tobin, and
brothers in the insurance busi-
ness.
A World War II combat vet-
eran, 38-year-old Constable Tobin
is past president of North Shore
lodge, B'nai B'rith, former jun-
ior vice commander of JWV, past
president of the Miami Beach
Young Democrats and current
president of the Men's club of
North Shore Jewish Center. He
attended Miami Beach High
School and the University of Mia
mi and resides at 7504 Hispanola
ave., Treasure Island, with his
***i Cooper to be Feted
Miami Beach Mizrachi Organiza-
tion of Men and Women will hold
a Melaveh Malkeh in honor of
Rabbi Solomon Cooper Saturday
.evening. Mar 10, at Congregation
Beth Jacob.
Orthodox spiritual leaders of
Greater Miami who will attend in
dude Rabbis Tiber Stern. Joseph
E. Rackovsky. Shmaryahu Swirsky
Arie Becker, and Jonah Caplan.
Cantors who will participate are
Louis Gartenhaus and Maurice
Mamches.
wife, Beverly, and two children.
Andy. 7, and Lorraine. 6.
"My first act when elected con-
stable was to fulfill a campaign
promise and enroll in the full
course at Miami Police Academy.
I graduated from the Police
Academy in 1952," Tobin said.
"Since taking office. I have
stepped up the constable's public
services. For the first time in
history of the constable office,
J was allowed responsibility for
processes emanating from the
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Circuit Court, in a decision by
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GLOBAL SHORTS
HASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
TUNIS (JTA) Nine Tunisian MnrtMH wew wrested last
on charges oi having bombed homo and shops ol Tunisian Jews during
the p;i-i tew weeks. The leader oi the nine was identified as Rida ben
Ammar. son of a senior magistrate, who hi associated with the extremist
loader Salah Ben Youssef, who fled the eountrj t.> escape arrest
CAIRO 1JTA1 Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser, the Egyptian dictator
has warned the Syrian Government to tone down threats gains) I
and not to commit itself to military action it the Israelis resume work
on the Bnot Vaakov project. Sefton Delmer. chief foreign correspondent
of the London Daily Express, reported from Damascus. The corre-
spondent said that Nasser had warned Premier Ghazzi of Syria that
Egypt would not be able to come to it- aid it Syria not involved as
Egypt must first build up its prosperity. Syrians, he said, regarded the
Egyptian warning a- a "betrayal"
TUNIS (JTA)Tunisian Jewry may be without matzoth this Pan
i ver unless the worker- ol Azymea Flour Mill receive a wage increase,
i! was learned here The workers, who are members of a union attached
to the trade union movement of the Neo-Destour (nationalist) move
ment. have threatened to >tnke it their w ads are rejected.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
PARIS ITA "An important quantity" Ol tanks and heavy guns
Marseilles last Saturday for Egypt, it was confirmed here despite
fact that the French Government announced earlier tin- wei k
that it was banning arm- shipment to Egypt it i- understood that the
I an concerns onlj light arms that might find their way from Egypt to
anti-French rebels in North Africa, but not to heavy armaments which
he i Government i- now buying in preparation for war with
aeL
BERCHTESGADEN, Germany (JTA)More than 400 Jewish GFs
' cers from i S Ann) and Air Force units throughout Europe,
gathered in thi- favorite town ol Hitler- for tWO four day "Torah
Convocations I to a better understanding of Judaism. The
witi^r- were held in the former hunting lodge of top Nazi
Hermann i Tins building was put at the disposal ol chaplains
ol all denominations as a "religious retreat house" for servicemen bj
ny.
FRANKFURT JTA Fifteen German Jews who survived the
Nazi regime and year- of imprisonment in the Soviet Union have been
the German prisoners Of war and war criminals whom
the Russians have released in recent months. All were released be-
causc thi.\ claimed German citizenship rather than because of the
hardships they -uffered. Some have been in continuous custody lor
20 year- Several of the released Jew. report that many .lew- from
Eastern and Central F.uropean countries remain in Soviet custody.
LONDON JTA) The question of Arab states' discrimination
against Briti-h Jews was raised in the House of Lord- by Lord Rea.
leader Of the Liberal peer- Lord Rea asked what the government
had done about Arab states' refusal to grant transit visas to British
lews and the n tu-al of these states to recognize the validity ol a power
of attorney held in behalf of any British firm in which a Jew had a
proprietary intere-t. He called this -improper discrimination" against
British subjei I
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
MILWAUKEE i JTA.- Congregation Fmanu-F.l Bne Je-hurun
largest and oldest synagogue in Wisconsinmarked its looth anniver-
-,ii> this week with a special joint -crviee with Congregations Shalom
and Sinai, it- -i-t. r Reform congregations in Malwaukee. The pulpit
at the -pecial service was occupied by Rabbi Jacob R. Marcus. Adolph
Ochs professor of history at Hebrew Union College. The congregation
is the product of a merger of Emanu-El and B*nai Jeshurun in 1927
Bne Jeshurun was the older of the two. having been formed in 1856
while Emanu-El was the first Reform temple In the state founded
in 1869.
NEW YORK Semyon Ignatieff. former Soviet Minister of
Internal Security who concocted the fraudulent trial against Jewish
physicians who were charged with killing, or plotting to kill high
Soviet leaders during the Stalin regime, is one of the 133 members who
have been appointed to the new Central Committee of the Communist
party in the CSSR. it was learned here this week. After Stalin's death
Ignatieff was censured and removed from his Cabinet position and his
Central Committee post. Later however, he was appointed secretary
of the Bashkinan Communist party, and now. as ;in intimate of First
Secretary Khruschev, has been completely rehabilitated.
BURLINGTON, Vt (JTA.-A sharp attack on the Vermont Jewish
council for protesting, in its own publication, against the s,nging of
I hnstian hymns in public schools was contained in a front page edi-
torial of the Burlington Daily News. "This is a Christian country"
the editorial stated, "and Christians should not be prevented from
practicing their religion, nor should our public school system be re
ducec1 to a Godless state because a very minute faction ot the popula-
tion doesn t like Christian hymns '
DENVER (JTA.-Most of the private and public employment
agencies in the city of Denver and vicinity accept without hesitation
discriminatory requests for job placements, the Anti-Defamation
League of B nai B'nth reported this week. The AI)L in its turves COO
tacted 46 private and public employment agencies, representing'over
90 percent of the total number in Denver and vicinity, and placed a
request with each agency for a "white. Protestant stenographer" In
42 cases, the ADL found, the discriminatory request was ttcented
without hesitation; while in two instance-, there was some reluctance
in accepting tfte request. In only one instance* did the employment
agencythe Nfcterans Emptoymcnt of the State of Coloradorefuse
to handle this kind of a discriminatory request.
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Page 14 B vJ^^n^MiM Ft ^^ Services In Greatei 7 Miam i's Houses Of Wor 8 } — ...> Mni^^^MHMMMi r a %  %  MIAMI SYNAGOGUES "Vestments ,,[ ( ;| or _.. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:45. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Robert, son of Mr. and Mr-. Samuel Kirshenbaum, will become Bar Mitzvah. Kabbi Tibor Stern will oliiciaU; and preach on the topic: 'Freedom Rings." Iantor Maurice Mamches renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are at 7 and 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate and preach on the topic: The Dead Sea Scrolls Come to Life." Cantor William Lipson renders the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the choir under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hankin will be hosts at Oneg Shabbat in • ... -f Oath %  IM —ABB L'uri t\l Vt ll'Hft KABBI TIBOK SlUtN Freedom Rial* KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREhonor of their son. Kenneth, who becomes Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning^services AL ^ ATION will hold Friday evening scheduled is the Bar Mtw th 0* Saturday morning Ronald Rohan. j^ !" !" ^ r J services are at 8.30. with Rabbi in the chapel at 10 a.m. Kiddush will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Hankin and Mr. and Mrs. Max Rohan. • ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening sen-ices at 5:45. Saturday morning services are at 9. Mincha will be at 5:45. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily sen-ices arc at 8 a.m. CANDLEUGHTING TIME Adar 26 — 6:09 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will 'OM* Caplan officiating and! hold Fridav evening services at Preaching on the topic: "The WlS815 Rabbi Joseph Narot will of 'm <>f UM Heart Cantor Abra ficiate and preach on the topic: h;im Se* renders the musical pur %  T he Questions Christians Ask UOM "' the liturgy. Rabbi class Most About Judaism Sermon is Wl hr •' 5:45 Mincha is at 6:15 ed on the spiritual leader's reP ,n followed by Shalos Seudos. riail to the Univeraity of Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 6 Florida and in> addresses on .HulaP m ism and Religion." Saturday morning services are at 11. Bernard. BETH EL CONGREGATION will son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Strauss, hold Friday evening services at \wll become Bar Mitzvah. 5 :4S Saturday moaning services are al 8 M. Rabbi Shmaryahu TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will S ",""^>' "'" P-^hOn the topic: hold Friday evening services a, r,l< ; 'y an, the Profane, ran8 13 Rabbi Leon Kronish will of^J^'*^^*"? t he^i" %S^(SSrTltllS^SJi Sun^aervk^ak^YeahivaJUU *"* at 6. Saturday morning, MONTICELLO PARK CONGREWeiminn-Inwil be the fM ; ,0 a m C,au In ^nhcdrm will aervteti arc at 8:30. Rabbi Arie GATION will hold Friday evening in aseries on great Jewish per hv al 4;3 Pm Becker will preach on the topic: services at 8:15. with Rabbi Isaac GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD ACUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE-7-1 • OrtMl Rabl .... BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION-1000 Pralrlo ave. Orthodox. BaJ*l II. I/.UIS It'll! IIKlll NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER-SIO 7h at. Consarvatlv*. Rabbl M tmowlts. Cantor Ed war* Kiain. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 l.'taM ave. Liberal. Rabbl Leon Kronlah. Cantor Samual Kalamar TEMPLE EMANU-EL-1701 Washington ave. Conaervatlve. Rabbi Irving Lahrman. Cantor Philip Diummer. BELOW LINCOLN ROAD BETH JACOB CONGREOAT1ON-301Jll Washington ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor Warn Cantor Maurice Mamc-hes. BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION—J5 Kuclld ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph K. Rackovsky. HEBREW ACADEMY-918 Sth t. Orthodox. Rabbi AlasM*ar Oroaa. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREQATION-1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Abraham Self. TORAH TEMPLE—1254 Weat ave. American Judalam. Rabbla Abraham and Louis Caasel. CORAL GABLES CORAL OABLE6 JEWISH CENTER—320 Palermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Irving Robinson. ZAt ORA JEWISH CENTBR—44 Zamora are. Conaervathra. Rabbi B. Ueon ilarwlts. Cantor Rudolph Brill. DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION—135 NW 3rd ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker. HOLL YWOOO and fT. LAUD C R D ALB TEMPLE BETH BHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD—1.25 Monroe at.. Hollywood. Conaarvattv*. Itabbl Samuel Larer. TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD—2O30 Iolh st. Holhrwood. Conaarvatlve Rabbi David Rhaplro. Cantor Tehudah Heltbraun. TKMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUOEROALE—1801 South Andrews ave., ht Laudartale. Reform. Rabbi Marlus Ranaon. HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CKNTBR-lal But 4th ava, Canserialise. Rabbi Boris Rackovaky. NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL—137 NE 19th it. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot, Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Cantor Jacob Bornsteln. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER — U4)0 North Miami ava. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Heraon. Cantor Albert Ulantx. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION -12201 NW 7th ave. FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER—10 NW Slat pi. Cons.rvative. Rabbi I*eo Helm. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER—13630 Waal l>lxle hwy. Conservative. Rabbi H.niy Ukollca. Cantor Maurice Neu. NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION—164th St. and NE 11th ave. Coaaervatlve. Rabbi Isaac Lerer. SOUTHWE8T ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION K4I Catml way. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE MK s\\ Ird iva Coriaan Rabbl • II.TK Cantor William V? Llpaon BETH EL CONGREGATION — BOO S\V lTili ava. Ortkodox. Rabbl Shmaryahu T Swlraky. Cantoi Louis Cartenhi ISRAELITE CENTER SIM BW t4th ten CotwarvaUve. Rabbl Mi Kalknv MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 1101 .-W l.th ave. Orthodox, luibbi blnton A I • k ICalam WEST MIAMI TEMPLE ZION I'M BW 17th r\norvatl*( Rabbl Alfrad Waxnsua. "Veatmenta of Gtor| .. 5^30 p m followed^' dos. Daily M>rvice yand :15 p m **' 1 AGUOATH iSRac, INSTITUTE wili hol ri L F ining senices at 6 1 5 ; morning senices, are,, saac Ever will discuitense and Self pJ Mincha follows a class at 5 p.m. Lo U i s Ufkoai] host at Shalos SeudTn ices are at 8 a.m. andVj BETH TFIUH TION will hold Frid, services at 6:15. Saturdi, sarvices are at 8:30 Rat Rackovsky will preach Spiritual and Material L 4:15, his sermon will bi the Weekly Portion. 5:30 p.m., followed by dos. Daily services are il and 6:15 p.m. • NORTH SHORE m % %  will hold Fddip services at 8:15. with Bi Abramowitz officiating. I ward Klein will render L, portions of the liturgy. morning services are a I Jay, son of Mr. and 1 Wapnik. and Gerald, MM Mrs. Bernard Lefcourt, Bar Mitzvah. Sermon arllj on the Weekly Parim • Immortality on Earth." Talmud I-erer officiating. Cantor Manny TEMPLE ZION will hold Friday diM precedes the service at 8 a.m. Mandel will render the musical clerman will beevenin R services at 5:30 and 8:30 Class in Bible will be at 5 p.m.. portions of the liturgy. Subject of Cantor Samuel pm wi,n Rabbi Alfred Waxman followed by Shalos Seudos. Hosts the sermon is: "The Duties of the officiating and preaching on the are Mr ar "d Mrs. Joseph Swartz. J Individual to the House of God." Weekly Portion. Temple choir will Ladies' Auxiliary will be hostess at assist. Saturday morning services MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND Oneg Shabbat in honor of the conare at 9. Sabbatti school is schedCONGREGATION will hold Friday secration of 200 new members, tiled for 9:30. Mincha will be at evening services at 6. Saturday Saturday morning services are at 9. 5:30 p.m. | morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Sermon will be based on the WeekSimon April will preach on the ly Portion. Mincha is at 6 p.m. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE topic: -Tabernacles of Old and | • • • CENTER will hold Friday evening Temples of Today Terry, son of TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami, lervieas will "be" at 5f rvices al 8:3 Rabbi Abraham Mr and Mrs. Philip Bloom, will be776 NE 125th st.. will hold Friday 7 30 am and 6 p m with Sunday Herson Wl, l preach on the topic: come Bar Mitzvah Cantor Berele evening services at 8:15. Dr. Wilmorning services scheduled for 7 ^ ewish A PPI" Cantor Albert Kelemer renders the musical porliam H. Finershriber, rabbi emeri'\ ^ •jOur Response to the Combined tions of the liturgy. Daily services tus of Kneseth Israel, Philadelphia, sonalities. Saturday morninu services are at 10:45. Arthur, son of Mrs. Florence Ir tions of the liturgy. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seder of Homesfeoi I Homestead Jewish Ce hold its annual tradition*! over Seder Tuesday eveni 27. In charge of the affair] ney Peckett. IvnoV UnveilMf The De.iK.it:. n oi a Moo to t! .• Mi LOUIS S. ItJMT form 440 s W ii fa Ann MIAMI will tol[f pfcwr SUND.M MARCH. I| tcrMar|une wi. of Biltm ore .il-'i t<> i Albert an Philadelrhu SetvKM conducted by Rabbl Hanon i I nfereta 1*| Mde Center P Monun r in )' ahaCRC "' arrangemaitt and relativearc will preach on the topic: "The Builders of Reform Judaism in ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will America Today." an A,.. EB ^BA e uii u G luitz renders the musical porare at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH ,ions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat COMMUNITY CENTER will hold follows Saturday morn.ng services ZAMORA Friday evening services at 6 and are a 9 subject of the sermon hold Friday evening services 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Leo Heim %  wi „ bc: .The Blcssing of n 8:15 w „ n ^^ B „ HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS discussing: "Blessings-^ Complete ing charity K|(](iush ^^J oflln;itlni .. Thc Jewjsh Sabbath JEWISH CBNfER^il. hold FncTay and Calendar Reform" will be the evening services at 8:15. with | NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN'"'" c n > Arthur H Roth, of InterRabbi Boris Rackovsky preaching! will hold Friday evening I American Division, General < onon the topic: -Darkness of Enlight-J ieea at 8:15. Rabbi Henry feren 5 e ?' Seveath Day Adventists. jenment." Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Incomplete." Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed by Maariv. TER services Okolica will preach on the topic: •""' lSaturday morning services "" l '"" nrvieea an at fcM r iir 9 a.m.. with the SanctificaUon of the Month of Ni.san. • • • TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold I i Ida) evening services at 5 and Rabbi IS INTERESTED IN A CO THAT COU10 OfFU FIELDS OF ACTIVITIES. callage ftmAwU, %  '"*' aatstoading fpeokw •* t.c.d orgonixer, ver< %  wttion of rofcbinicol aaj national work. Writ* Box 2973, Miomi 18. w,h the choir under ,,,, „,H^;n"; |( ^; ;^ 11 i,r, J "J **" of i-uciile Moore. Saturday mornK ,l lph Bn !" ** the musical • mcc BK %  ) ii Dally services I"' 1 1 11 "' *h? Uturi will be al m. and 5:30 pin c.a,*. .' ISRAELITE CENTER VMII hold H 30 Rabbi Irving Lohrman will >, ii i i L, Hol| y w od Prid J evening services al 5:30 l ,r ach on: "Your Religion—What. at U^ IS R a | | V, 1 r n,: ;?'"' K 1 l,:iu 1 u 'i -M'Tton Muluv. ""*" '' Me > t; ,h ";"—- ^ president of Hollywood Ifjjusteriai ,1 "' "•-"" and Damocracv P "' f thc liturgy Satur "AImorio/$ ihw' 11 M tJpalrr aa. lalaar* indii'" ; Let us show you* of quality and gg \ that we have install* Association, and Rev. S. Harr> Today." (),„ shabbat w,ll | K m r, "n -<-r\ices arc at • % various cemeteries > Russell w.ii ,i,s,-u>s: "Chriatian. sponsored by Jewish War Veterans S '' rm n Wl hv ,MM "' on ,he Weck I and viciniiyew,sJRc a tl on s h ip ." Cantor Ve ,,„,„.,• AuK| '[ [ "V Portion. Charles Edward, son of hudah Hcilbraun renders the mu„ lu X 174 an


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Page 16 B +JeMiFk>ridrtori Friday,^ GLOBAL SHORTS HASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST TUNIS (JTA) — Nine Tunisian MnrtMH wew wrested last on charges oi having bombed homo and shops ol Tunisian Jews during the p;i-i tew weeks. The leader oi the nine was identified as Rida ben Ammar. son of a senior magistrate, who hi associated with the extremist loader Salah Ben Youssef, who fled the eountrj t.> escape arrest CAIRO 1JTA1 — Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser, the Egyptian dictator has warned the Syrian Government to tone down threats %  gains) I and not to commit itself to military action it the Israelis resume work on the Bnot Vaakov project. Sefton Delmer. chief foreign correspondent of the London Daily Express, reported from Damascus. The correspondent said that Nasser had warned Premier Ghazzi of Syria that Egypt would not be able to come to itaid it Syria not involved as Egypt must first build up its prosperity. Syrians, he said, regarded the Egyptian warning aa "betrayal" TUNIS (JTA)—Tunisian Jewry may be without matzoth this Pan i ver unless the workerol Azymea Flour Mill receive a wage increase, i! was learned here The workers, who are members of a union attached to the trade union movement of the Neo-Destour (nationalist) move ment. have threatened to >tnke it their w ads are rejected. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS PARIS ITA "An important quantity" Ol tanks and heavy guns Marseilles last Saturday for Egypt, it was confirmed here despite fact that the French Government announced earlier tinwei k that it was banning armshipment to Egypt it iunderstood that the I an concerns onlj light arms that might find their way from Egypt to anti-French rebels in North Africa, but not to heavy armaments which • he i Government inow buying in preparation for war with aeL BERCHTESGADEN, Germany (JTA)—More than 400 Jewish GFs cers from i S Ann) and Air Force units throughout Europe, gathered in thifavorite town ol Hitlerfor tWO four day "Torah Convocations I to a better understanding of Judaism. The wit i^rwere held in the former hunting lodge of top Nazi Hermann i Tins building was put at the disposal ol chaplains ol all denominations as a "religious retreat house" for servicemen bj ny. FRANKFURT JTA Fifteen German Jews who survived the Nazi regime and yearof imprisonment in the Soviet Union have been the German prisoners Of war and war criminals whom the Russians have released in recent months. All were released becausc thi.\ claimed German citizenship rather than because of the hardships they -uffered. Some have been in continuous custody lor 20 yearSeveral of the released Jew. report that many .lewfrom Eastern and Central F.uropean countries remain in Soviet custody. LONDON JTA) — The question of Arab states' discrimination against Briti-h Jews was raised in the House of Lordby Lord Rea. leader Of the Liberal peerLord Rea asked what the government had done about Arab states' refusal to grant transit visas to British lews and the n tu-al of these states to recognize the validity ol a power of attorney held in behalf of any British firm in which a Jew had a proprietary intere-t. He called this -improper discrimination" against British subjei I ON THE AMERICAN SCENE MILWAUKEE i JTA.Congregation Fmanu-F.l Bne Je-hurun — largest and oldest synagogue in Wisconsin—marked its looth anniver-,ii> this week with a special joint -crviee with Congregations Shalom and Sinai, it-i-t. r Reform congregations in Malwaukee. The pulpit at the -pecial service was occupied by Rabbi Jacob R. Marcus. Adolph Ochs professor of history at Hebrew Union College. The congregation is the product of a merger of Emanu-El and B*nai Jeshurun in 1927 Bne Jeshurun was the older of the two. having been formed in 1856 while Emanu-El was the first Reform temple In the state founded in 1869. NEW YORK —Semyon Ignatieff. former Soviet Minister of Internal Security who concocted the fraudulent trial against Jewish physicians who were charged with killing, or plotting to kill high Soviet leaders during the Stalin regime, is one of the 133 members who have been appointed to the new Central Committee of the Communist party in the CSSR. it was learned here this week. After Stalin's death Ignatieff was censured and removed from his Cabinet position and his Central Committee post. Later however, he was appointed secretary of the Bashkinan Communist party, and now. as ;in intimate of First Secretary Khruschev, has been completely rehabilitated. BURLINGTON, Vt (JTA.-A sharp attack on the Vermont Jewish council for protesting, in its own publication, against the s, n ging of I hnstian hymns in public schools was contained in a front page editorial of the Burlington Daily News. "This is a Christian country" the editorial stated, "and Christians should not be prevented from practicing their religion, nor should our public school system be re ducec1 to a Godless state because a very minute faction ot the population doesn t like Christian hymns DENVER (JTA.-Most of the private and public employment agencies in the city of Denver and vicinity accept without hesitation discriminatory requests for job placements, the Anti-Defamation League of B nai B'nth reported this week. The AI)L in its turves COO tacted 46 private and public employment agencies, representing'over 90 percent of the total number in Denver and vicinity, and placed a request with each agency for a "white. Protestant stenographer" In 42 cases, the ADL found, the discriminatory request was ttcented without hesitation; while in two instance-, there was some reluctance in accepting tfte request. In only one instance* did the employment agency—the Nfcterans Emptoymcnt of the State of Colorado—refuse to handle this kind of a discriminatory request. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL TEL AVIV (JTA—Dr. T. H. Tschopp. chief geologist of the | Prospectors Company, said the company would drill ten more wells tinyew in the Heletz region where one well is already bringing in oil Inspired residents of the Biscayne Point area raised nearly 400 percent more than last year for the Combined Jewish Appeal at a brunch held at the home of Joseph Rosenblum (second from left). Shown proudly WillfanT posed with their host are (left to Lichtenstein, Rosenblum, Willi a man. Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Ezra Bernard Brust. Herman Obennan ray J. Weil. AT NORTON TIRE PROTECT YOUR FAMIH with Blowout-Proof Stall We have it! New Safety Age U. S. Royal Mostarthe only tire with a flexible ••/ Safety Crown" that makes tread BLOWOUT-PROOF t S. Royal Master— AMAZING TESTS PROVE IT! I ••r m ^ n n l U. $. 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March 9, 1956 Jen 1st fhrHi^n Page '9 A Kenneth Hankin Bar Mitzvah W %  Kenneth Hankin will become Bar' Mitzvah during Saturday morning: services, Mar. 10. of Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate, with Cantor 1 William Lipson rendering the mu-, sical portions of the liturgy. Kenneth is the son of Mr. and] Mrs. Ralph W. Hankin. 2170 SW 21st ter., Miami They will be host! in honor of their son at the Friday f evening Oneg Shabbat and at Kid-: dush on Saturday morning. Kenneth is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School. At Beth David, he is patrol' | leader of Troop 89, Boy Scouti. Among honored guests at a re-' c< Ption Sunday in Hibiscus lodge! will be his maternal grandparents, s,a members of Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Mr. and Mrs. Milton Yafl< <. and establish blood bank account for the first time at Mount Sinai hospital. Initial blood donors are (left to right) Israel Silver, Mrs. Walton Powers, Robert Sands, Vincent Wiley and Arnold Piskin, with Leonard Romney not shown in the photograph. Silver is chairman of GMJCC staff member blood bank. Jewish Community Center and Mount Sinai are both beneficiTer^V %^^ !" Y agencies of Combined Jewish Appeal. Ten-. d Mrs. Philip lloom, i*i, b it., will beI come Bar Mit/vali Saturday, Mar. 10. at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Terry attend Shenandoah Junior High School and plays in the band. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at Miami Hebrew School and is president of the Junior congregation. He will conduct services and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Kiddu^h will be served by his parents following services. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Beverly Hill. MasHarris, Kiddu^h to Fete Wei in r-K.itin Byron Wapnick, son of Mr. Mrs. Mac Wapnick, 1571 aandy dr., will celebrate Bar Mitzvah at North ^e Jewish Center, Saturday rag, Mar. 10. Rabbi Abowitz will officiate. Jay is Ieighth grade student at Jlilus Junior High and at? North Shore religious ol. mticello Park Wicates Scroll poll of ei ted to Conitinn Honticelio Par* will be bated Sunday afternoon at the W. \ and Mrs. Samuel Pollack made the presentation to Pftrth Miami B< a< h synagogue | ndchildren. Juble procession, one starting the Pollack home and the Honticelio Park, will to enter the congregation ps jointly in a communitycelebration of the prescntaCantor Manny Mandel will the procession, w jt n Rabbi |Uw officiating at the cereMuled to join the proofs||s the Honor Guard of JewJar Veterans Post 682. North f Beach. ('-'• .'I the function will inRabhi Leon Kronish, presj the Greater Miami RabMsoeiation; Rabbi Samuel T *mple Beth Sholem of JI spiritual leader; Rabbi pukoiita. North Dade Jawiafl er spiritual leader; Rabbi Ab, HiTsun. Tifereth Israel r* Center: and Rabbi David !" Temple Sinai, Hollywood. Charles Edward Homer, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Horner, i will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday, Mar. 10. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Charles is an eighth grade student at Miami Beach Junior High and i attends Temple Emaau-El religious school. Rubin Vies for State Attorney Ellis S. Rubin, former special assistant state attorney general of Florida, has announced his candi; dacy for state attorney of Dade I county on the Republican ticket. Rubin stated that his platform will be "impartial and non-political administration of justice without fear or favor; all-out action, not promises, to make our streets | ( Naval Aviation Reserve Author Speaks on 'Reason' Dr. Abraham woifaon, author o£ "The Road to Health and Happier Living," will address the spi Outdoor Forum Sunday evenir 11th st. and Ocean ct.. \. Beach. Topic of Dr. Wolfson tore will be "The Life of Reaa Question and answer period will follow. Herman Eager, author and poet, will also appear. standing Young Men of Florida for 1953." Rubin declared. He rcceived the Civic Merit Award of the Miami Jayeeea the next year and in 1955 was their nomim. one of the "Ten Outstanding Young Men in the United St; The Dade County Bar Association also appointed him one of three public defenders in U.S. Federal Court in Miami. Rubin has been active in : moting Americanism and coi ting Communism. He is a number of Harvej VY Seeds Post of the American Legion, the Crime Commission of Greater Miami. Ktpersonai supervision ana I WQrcester Mavs (iurins World competent prosecution of all ca es, WlI „ and I;itrl participated in the with none secretly dropped and a(om bom(j ( MH riMK ., lts a Bikini monthly reports to the people: ^ 0 JJ complete cooperation with Grand _, .. ,,„ Jury to stamp out organized crime '''' -'"ended Trinity Colic .,, „ in „ H |): and corruption in Dade county: Syracuse Umvers.tyji.Kl mttved pract ice of law. Immediate reopening, Investigation and followup of all unsolved capiMiaml Beach Civic League, He was burn in S) racu-e ", "> In 1923. movdd to Florida in I is single and resides in M LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v and inte .I,-:,olhe KubmV sup,,,.^ -ay he found, I ',. .H.irnov vnur net-thc Lriminal Aid Bureau at til v auorney—your per ,• :. Miami law school rntatvc n thc courtY ni T7, 7. I ftYi.vn HOTI N w his law degree in 1951 from the UnivaraUy oj Mian L While ch i fc ''"-c ins for ex-Mayor Abe Aronovitz, UU crimes: restoration of conli' r \ >\ u „ *L.AJ dence. dignity office of stale „ '" """ v ""* l to gy [QdiggQt defendants ami give room. ctiidenK ,'viiei'ii III %  In court ''' "'• "My candidacy will offer the _"'""" txptntnee in coun. voters of Dade county — for the ; "Because of my tree defense of first time — a phoicc. Do they over 200 such persons, the Honda: want an efficient, sincere and re-'Junior Chamber of Commerce respected state attorney's office or lected me as one of the Five Outshall they continue thc 'closed corporation* of preselected politicians PLi %  ;: \ KirHLP.lt CHARLES K!.I:I.V. 11 • v Seminar for Women *W mornint a r „ nKroRa|ioIf Jac b. it was announced this fe^n Will give a courw his mi .' l '" n fcrning the "tt and regulations per5 u. d and utew t Dren *'" ** er <* r P r Paration of the Seder. New Temple Sinai Elects Officers At a special congregational mect| ing of Temple Sinaj last week. I permanent officers were elected to lead the activities of Temple Sinai of North Miami, new Jewish ; Reform group. Officers are Albert Sherman, president; Dr. Val Bloch. first vice president, Dr. Alvin Krasne. seciond vice president; Howard Apte. treasurer; Kay lee Cutler, recording secretary; Pat Verga, corresponding secretary. Klected to the first board of trustees were Charles Kavett, M. J. Sasse. Charles Korach, Dr. Howard Novell, George Leader, Joseph Pollock, Harvey Cutler. Martin Dee, Joseph Schle-m ei Leon Lipsick. Stanley If. Pred and Herman Rodstein. The congregation holds Friday evening services in North Miami City Hall, 776 N.E. 125th st. whose inefficient administrations have allowed criminals and sex offenders to roam the streets unafraid 9 Rubin claimed to be "the onlycandidate who has defended criminal cases or who has appeared frequently in circuit court—where jthe state attorney practices My experience in the prosecution and defense of criminal cases will enjsure conviction of the guilty and protection of the innocent." Currently serving as legal offi^>v^v^~^^w Buy I In Is Wholesale IMrpcl from Factory BISCAYNE BEDDING 5851. N.W. 17th Ave. Ph. PL 8-4606 -v^-v^vASSOCIATED DETECTIVES OF NORTH I CENTRAL AMERICA, INC. Phone PI 8-3806 5*1 N.I. 7vth STRUT BISCATNI PIAIA, ROOM 213 MIAMI, HA. fil ACC f0 EVERY PURPOSE ULAJJ STORE FRONT PLATE o.d WINDOW CUSS F.miJur. ftp!, tv/td Mlrreri on* *e$lhrhia Our Specialty L. A G. Class and Mirror Works 13* S.W. 8th STtHT ^HONi PR 3-27211 mttlt Orlin IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. KI-. KMT \ I i: iP IAKK i::i.r. n. ..i-.-i. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO N"AKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE N'liTh'i-: iheirbj Riven thai l I.:. il ii. : in.ii icpul'l Mid i"i It i' I'm.-.i i M -I ha -• •'irtmlni*' the Mtkti i • JAKE PEL P, di i i and ih.u .'ii ih. 17th da) "f Api il win appl) to tti.Honorable v P lilantoi -i udffe ol i wdi I\ Ij. 'if Mllll repot i and tor 1 %  '..1 11\ HI the %  "f JAK R ri.i.r. .I.•.!-..i Thh March, Ii irrtRRVA I Bt,T STK\ MARX I M'.'i: Ml. u in '..| \ I i m ; ill l\ :u NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HRREJiY OIVRN the underalsneaili • %  .inn \ l-'l'i Id n>\ vl.l'.i i: TRl'E \I:.MA.\|M. i. TRVEBA .Mli/ni x Ml M LESTER SAAL •i. lildg im-U — 8/8- / m NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN It the ittiiiiT-iun. 'i djylrina to Lbuelneaa nn.l-*-thW fl. in nnai NEW TORK HEIJCATESSEN & RRHT VI'RANT i' 11 Sorthea* Htreet, Miami, !•' nrlda. Intend* to n muwRh l*ii Cm nit '"iii t • rtruiN ORI ST \M.I:Y l> I 'A I III \ Attornej U>r N"i I'm '. I>'li mi and Ituinu • ii' %  n Z 10-17-M • 4(9



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Page 4 B w = Jen 1st fhrkltan FriQ ay. March! MRS. REYNA YOUNGIRMAN Bird's Eye Products Holiday Favorites The Bible tells u> that when the Jews fled from Egypt they were in a hurry because the Esyptians vcrp riuht on their trail. They didn't take time to bake bread, and had to be satisfied with mat7.ith<. instead We can well imagine that they were lacking many other items which make a meal pleasant and tasty. However, today's housewife need lack for nothing in the way of Passover foods. She has a wide. Wonderful supply of items which are Kosher for Passover, and delicious as well. And. among the best thin'javailable. she can depend on Bird's Eye products which are selected for their good taste and freshness. The following BirdEye vegetables are Kosher for Passover: a receptions lot l-iiival'OM Jl 1 611' ayony. The Ocew, J2n* to U<* Sis. I Brunch for Cables Women Br -1 men I Mrs. \\ %  tl. f Ftame ItdntMl a CockM Lounge 11415 X. Dixie Pfi. S17-9249 Royal Hungarian*} 1 ^ Restaurant For Beautifully Arranged Affairs with Traditional Cuisine—Use Our Kosher Catering Facilities 731 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8S401 Jersey Charlie's RESTAURANT SYRIAN AND KOSHER FOODS OUR SPECIALTY All Syrian Pastries baked in buffer on premises. We use on'y Prime Kosher lamb t Beef. 0PM 24 HOURS "A SAHDWKH TO A BANQUET" 181 Sunny Isles Blvd. Ph. 8169419 ontainebleau ti HOTEL has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilities C Jt For information call Harry Harlenlst Kosher Catering Department •JE a-aaii 44th AND COLLINS AVE %  Coterino to Portias, ler Mitivolts WaMiafl and Social Occasions Mashgiach on Premises Free Parking Air Conditioned PHONE UN 0-0043 '•rhiMvtr ^ For the Finest Die*. „ JllCHElY KOSHER RESU gAMT M" Daily 4:30 e : Jo 940 71stSt.,Wwi| flt L NORMANDY BLE Oooosife fhe FooatoJ. Take L Bus-Direct tolh GEORGE FASSA'S ISLAND Restaurant and Lounge A Collins (Over TUt. 161st St. A Collins __,_ .. (0v,r Twin MM l 0p. Neptune, Sunny Isles DINNERS From $2 Served" from 5 to MMstitt Also A LA CARTE — STEAKS — CHOPS — SEAFOOD AND THE BEST ITALIAN SPECIALTIES Phone 81-69228 SOXXT IK'S FLAMM\GO KOSHER MiHSTU UWT 743 WASHINGTON AVENUE Servina the Fimetf Fowl of Reasonable Prices CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS NO PARTY TOO URGE NO PARTY TOO SMAU Undor Rabbinical Supervision Phono JE l-ttS2 H No Aasw. Phoaa 144 ComplHelf Ak Co-Wifionod" ) KOSHII RESTAURANT A DELICATE! | A Unique Experience in Dining Pleasure Delicatessen t I | T141 WASHINGTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITY HAIL MtARs^ Saturd<> c-Baoaani DINNER FROM $1.50 i J Opoh Daily 11'a.m. to • p.m. ^"ROSEDALE Kosher SrftrU Private DiniajUdl Air CoWifWsl Fr0-PrsOt4 f 170 N.W. HTTH STSECT %  Wedding} • Receptions • MeetSfei Luncheons and All Private Porjn BISCAYN i\ WVWJ& H OTEI 'Miami** Only New Bayfrontt Private Rooms Seating from 10 to catering perfection *o "CHARLES MAY. Still Your Host" 9-#| 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Tow Mosrs tear 'Round *••* Jot Cohen & Manny Stnith • Off**' BEEF and BIRD For the totiro Faosily • • • \ A Stloctron hr W^ $3.95 none higkr BEEF d „dBIRD ill £/tout Cote Good Food I Miami B'i



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toy, March 9, 1956 ^Je^lsiinorkkan feminine fair: \Jn tde of cleaning your home. rtoaty. )U use the most helpPJjjhMli and that these helpful cleansers are also r' or Wssover. These are ^•dVel. three items proate-Palmollve !" > an d certified Kosher for J** items are available in Jowrj store and are used !" s household tasks — for JgUand pans, metal suriuH th lhcsc lnree wonderZ? ~ A J ax Vel and Fab Lysses Hark Their Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Hertz Lyssc, of 1967 SW 8th-sL. marked their 25th wedding anniversary this week with an intimate gathering of immediate family and friends at their residence. The Lysses were married 25 years ago in Shanghai. China. Now retired. Mr. Lysse "was formerly associated with a British concern there. The couple have one daughter, Eva, who resides with them. ^ie was hostess, together with W"r grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Shaya Okouneff, 126 SW 16th ave.. to the Mar. 8 affair. Guests attending included Mrs. Lysse's sisters, Mrs. Fania Marsh and Mrs. Bronia Barbash, 1900 SW 9th st., and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller, 2520 SW 27th ter. From Chicago came cousins Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sosner. While Mrs. Pearl Friedman, of Israel and Miami, was also among the party to help celebrate the silver anniversary event. Diatributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th ST., MIAMI 37, FIA. PHONE FR 3-486* Salt,'i CfcocoJot* frtm'wm No. I <3V tshVl Sami-Swatl Cioco/ol dial Th only line of chocolata products that is Kosher-for-Passover Saktr't Irttmnl CM At $TA rfT */* Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision BAKERS SERVES THE JEWISH PUBLIC •••••••••< Calaa*



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iil Break jnd for House [j of M Campus L Jhaptrr. b finally to bee's!? year* hind : hav [VoilMted lo build the modL^tory structure. £ brothers, alumni and trusLdtr the leadership of BerV-awer. head trustee, have Cd money to the chapter, and Lainder of the funds has „,! by the national organdbreaking ceremonies will flee on Mar. 18. and the Twill be located on Luguria H* plot, which is 300 by 150 -ith ample grounds for fuLspansion. has been donated t (.'Diversity. MM for the project is Irvwh i building will sleep 30 men ,T)WHiion< for another 10. |5 two-man rooms will conf bend?, built-in desks and ...•mothersuite, combinatiapter room and library, IdihinE area and living room I included iident of the chapter is Fred [St Louis other officers i George Lewis. Kansas City, [ice president; Nicky Cohen. Beach, secretary; Richard iTj Coral Gables, treasurer; feein. Detroit. Mich, historcd Sonny Block, Detroit, Er-tt-Urge fmorial Meeting Mason Abraham Mason Memorial n? will be held m the chapel ttple Emanu-El. Thursday eveUar. 15. ibi Irving Lehrman will de^he eulogy, and Cantor Philip mer will render the tradi[memorial liturgy. on. who during his lifetime i active board member both nple Emanu-KI and the HeI Academy, as well as a vice "lent of the Miami Beach Zi[District and the Jewish NaFund Council, "was a sinmd dedicated Jew and Zionaid Rabbi Lehrman. ientatives from Temple B-D, the Hebrew Academy, I Beach Israel Zionist District P e Je *ish National Fund pi will also participate in the pal. i Mason Memorial Forest ^established in his honor LtONAKD TOmlN Tobin Will Seek To Succeed Self Constable Leonard Tobin took time out this week from his educational campaign to keep teenagers out of drinking spots, and announced his own campaign for reelection in District 5. District 5 constable has juris diction over Miami Beach. Surfside. Bal Harbour. Bay Harbor fslands, North Bay Village. Golden Beach and Sunny Isles. Tobin took office as constable in January. 1953. on his first political try. Son of the pioneer Sam Tobin family which came to Miami Beach from Providence, R.I.. 37 years ago. Tobin became active in law enforcement in 1947 when he was named chairman of the Miami Beach Jaycees' law enforcement committee. He is currently crusading to help juveniles understand the state beverage law which makes it a criminal offense for minors to be served alcoholic beverages, and imposes penalties on them and bar operators who sell them liquor. Tobin's family includes realtors Harold and Norma Tobin, and brothers in the insurance business. A World War II combat veteran, 38-year-old Constable Tobin is past president of North Shore lodge, B'nai B'rith, former junior vice commander of JWV, past president of the Miami Beach Young Democrats and current president of the Men's club of North Shore Jewish Center. He attended Miami Beach High School and the University of Mia mi and resides at 7504 Hispanola ave., Treasure Island, with his ***i Cooper to be Feted Miami Beach Mizrachi Organization of Men and Women will hold a Melaveh Malkeh in honor of Rabbi Solomon Cooper Saturday .evening. Mar 10, at Congregation Beth Jacob. Orthodox spiritual leaders of Greater Miami who will attend in dude Rabbis Tiber Stern. Joseph E. Rackovsky. Shmaryahu Swirsky Arie Becker, and Jonah Caplan. Cantors who will participate are Louis Gartenhaus and Maurice Mamches. wife, Beverly, and two children. Andy. 7, and Lorraine. 6. "My first act when elected constable was to fulfill a campaign promise and enroll in the full course at Miami Police Academy. I graduated from the Police Academy in 1952," Tobin said. "Since taking office. I have stepped up the constable's public services. For the first time in history of the constable office, J was allowed responsibility for processes emanating from the Civil Court of Record and the Circuit Court, in a decision by Attorney General Richard D. Ervin," he declared. Dancing LEARN TO DANCE WHY envy •then when you con be the envy of others? 20 private dance Us, $on $45, taught by attractive experienced ins tractors. FR 4-8548. M1M'. sKviri:s V i I # The Signature Shop Handcrafted Pottery, Jewelry, Linens also Mane*ramming — Gift Wrapping 3139 COMMODORE PLAZA COCONUT GROVE FINGERS MISSING? Meads Broken Chipped Platters, China, etc. Repaired A Rcitartd rikki's audio 2254 Card Way Ph. 83 5086 Duval's Caribbean Convalescent Home Mttrui on Dory 24 Hours 2020 W. Flatter St. Ph. 82 2994 I0ROWITZ-MARGARETEN EFILTE FISH KOSHER FOR 'ASSOVER INVESTIGATOR PRIVATE INTERVIEW BY APPOINTMENT Phone FR 4 5013 %  i fluffy %  *... with ^'• %  onol homeY't flavor, [fnpting... [""•'/"J jumbo ** Also in lb 8 Portion jars. RENT A CAR $15 per Week plus 5c per h\ik Best For Lus %  EN'S RENTALS 1451 W. FLAGLER — Ph. FR 3-(7*6 Pickup Miami and Beach I SQUARE DEAL SERVICE FRIGIDAIRE SALES A SERVICE Specializing in repairt all makee refrigeratora electric ranges and automatic wathera. Special Rates tor Owners 200 N.W. 22nd Ave. NEwten 4-7681 $75 COMPLETE SHIP YOUR CAR HOME National Car Travel One Lincoln Road Building Phone JE 8 0880 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 8.24*3 DADE REST RESORT Permanent Home tor Blind. Chronic, Convalescent and Hard-to-Manage Aged Persons. 1389 N. W. 7th STREET PHONE 9-7*3* Get Your Plans Drawn for Permit 4110 S.W. 69th AVE. PHONE MO 6-4356 UPHOLSTERING EXPERT FACTORY WORK at lawest prices ia t*wn. Civ* as a trial. Free pick ap and delivery. Phone far free estimate. BISCAYNE BEDDING 5851 N.W. 17th Ave. Ph. PL 8-4606 Page 15 B HOOKkliriM, BOOKKEEPING Complete Service TAX RETURNS, STATEMENTS Ph. MU 8-0332 or 89-4840 Massagc ANN and PATRICIA ATLANTIC MASSAGE Hears 10 fa 7 820* IISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. 14-7652 INCOME TAX 85 Palmlfttrv S2 Life reader adviser. Born with power M. Farran. NE 4-3267 Bus 15 or 24. 4500 N.W. 27th Ave. TAX RETURNS-S2.00 UP 24 hear service anywhere. Alsa complete accounting and auditing service. ED SHAW, JET 6719 JE 1-6/19 BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA 79TH ST., BISCAYNE BLVD. Roam 208 en the Mezzanine Tax Returns Prepared By Former Revenue Agents CALL FOR APPOINTMENTS 899914 84-7265 I — REAL ESTATE Elll ruiowi Invisible Reweaving Lessons AM methods $5 hour private; $3 hour semi private lessons. Est. 1845. Call 816-4887 or write: Amber School of Reweaving P. OBox 628. North Miami Beach Warehouse or Factory Bldg. Built ta meet 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 ELECTROLYSIS SCHOOL Goad income after short coarse. We aha remove hair professionally permanently. For appointment call 89-4035. Terry's Day Nursery and Kindergarten Not moals, transportation. Week, day or hour. 134 S.W. 17th Ave., Phone 83-1143. PERSONALS NEW OPINING Of ZENY'S BEAUTY SALON Complete Beauty Service. Specializing in Hair Styling, Bleaching, and Permanent Waving. 1322 MW 29th St. NE 5-9219 Perrine Real Estate Co. 90 acre* of high pine land. 2700 ft. : of road frontage. Between Coconut I Palm and Plumber Dr., west of Krome. SI600 per aero with terms and releases. WE HAVE LOTS OF OTHER LISTINGS Perrine Real Estate Co. REALTORS 17931 S. Dixie Highway Phones 817-9221 — 817-7226 LOOK YEARS YOUNGER BY FACE MUSCLE THERAPY. For details about this amazing method, call JE 8-7047. 1*13 Alton Road, Miami Beach. TOM SPAGNO10 Fine Custom Tailor Formerly with Arthur Cohen Fifth Avenue, New Yorn City 1*54 LENOX AVENUE Off Lincoln Road Ph. JE 13423 Stratton Mortgage Co. LOANS FROM $1,000 to $250,000 lust caU MURRAY SANDLER 320 AINS-ZY BLDG. 14 N. E. 1st AVENUE Phone 9-1796 Permanent Waving and Hair Tinting Our Specialty Basil Diaz Beauty Salon Specializing in Silver Blondes 5775 S.W. 8th St. Ph. MO 7-1077 R. H. Shaddick REALTOR SALES PROPERTY MANAGEMENT MORTGAGE LOANS 98 GIRAL0A AVENUE Srnddick Building C0BAL GABLES Ph. Highland 8-2591 .^trib 24 Mu d .. b £ PALM WSTHWUXOBS. INC. "MM! 37, FLA. PHONE DRIFTWOOD MART Lamps Tables Novelties Wall Decorations 1400 20th STREET, MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 8 7*79 PHONE FR 3 *8*6 INVESTORS—1250 LOTS IN GROUPS OF 300 OR MORE-ALL LOTS 25x135 These lots are priced so that the investor can mere, than doable his money immediately. Yoa will be amazed 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 89-1935 84-9346



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Page 8 B *JewlstiFk>rldH9' 1 =Jl!fay.Marck %  ""ach 23, i Sn tlic^ealm of Society MISS ZtLLA WARSHAW MiSi tAARIl MORIWITZ Miss Bachlcr Bride Of Richard Pizitz When Nan Carole Bachler became the bride ol Richard Pizita irday, she carried Ihe same Bible her mother carried at her Dr. Joseph R. N'arnt offii %  \ in Hollyd !!• ach hi tel Reception dinner followed al the hot" The bride is tl Mr Sol Bachler, 1770 Da; • Beach Mr. Mrs, .. Birmingham, Ala. • %  the bride in • II ilian -ilk fit neck. nd lull skirt which extended into a cathedral • Her fingertip veil <>f illusion Jell from a cap and she carried unite orchidon her Bible Lyn Bi as her lister's Other attendants were Mrs M Pizitz, P L,.ur Levinson, Patsy Karp and Elaim 11 Their ballerina-length {owns l l/l,/ Ahm slltka ,en s ol white taffeta and they William Gladstone ami Jerry Lapii • i bouquets Uv ,,i,. n i ;i i "• I laribbean honeyritt IVit? was best man for moon, the couple will make their hibrother I shers were Michael him in Birmingham. Physician is Fiance of Zella Warshaw Mr and Mrs Ben J. Warshaw. of 1795 SW 14th ave.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Zella Eve, to Dr. William Brook-. gon ol Mr and Mr-. Israel Brooks, ol 1342 Drexel ave The wedding will be in Miami Beach In June Miss Warshaw Is i graduate of Miami Senior High School where she was rice president of the National Honor Society, Thespians Little women service club. She was president ol the Dramatics Club and a member ol Tri Alpha scholastic honorarj she will graduate magna cum laude from Universit) of Miami in June. Majoring in education, -he is secretarj Ol Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman honorary, and was a junior dormiton counsellor. Dr. Brookgraduated trom high school m Neu York City Following graduation be served with the Navj lb attended New York City College and lulane where he WM manager ol the varsity football team and 00 the -tall of the literary magazine, Carnival. He graduated from the Tulana School of Medicine where he WSJ president of Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity Dr. Brookinterned at Kings County Medical < 'enter in Brooklyn. NY., and inow practicing in Miami and Miami Beach. 0tim/&4ed ?46 1with Dorothy and Oscar during her mothers convalescent** fl TtmPll ISlAll lADHS PLAN LUNCHEON ALUMNS TO MEET Mrs. Nionu Levinson and Mrs. Belle Wolfson are in char*, luncheon and card parly planned by Temple Israel Sisterhood?* 1 noon in the Temple's new auditorium. Mrs. Lee Meyer will be In charge of host. Belle in preparations. Mrs. Louis Baron's 1825 p.av dr. homTi site of (ireater Miami Alumnae Association, Delta Phi Ep-i| on monthly meeting Monday evening. Slated are final arrang for the sorority's Founder's Day luncheon Mar. 17 at tnt hotel. NOT ABU $ VACATION ON Bt ACH ACTIVE LEADERS Among prominent Northern Jewish leaders vacationing a> man's Crown hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Forst, of Forest Hills, xn Sol is bosrd of directors member of Yeshiva University, a fouuT Bar Il.ui University in Jerusalem and one of the blunders ot Kinstein medical school. Sol's also honorary president of the Queen's. N Y. Jewish i and chairman of the board of Rabbi Dov Revel Yeshiva. Mrs. I is president of the Queens Jewish Center Sisterhood presides!*! women's auxiliary of Rabbi Dov Yeshiva and trea-urer ui % University wornen's chapter. YOUNG PIANIST TO PtKfOKM PHYSICIANS' WIVES Eleven year-old pianist Elaine Gold will appear in concert evening as one of the winners in the city-wide search t-.r talent i sored by the Miami Music Teachers Association. Elaine's dauch Mrs. Rose Gold and piano student of Mrs. Harold Robin. .. Site sf| concert is Riverside Baptist Church. Mrs. Howard Enle's 121 West San Marino dr. home will! scene Wednesday evening. Mar. 14, of a meeting of Physician*! Club of Greater Miami. Wine cookery will Interest the ladiest they turn the tables and stay away from home. Mrs. Jeanne' slated speaker. Alumnae, actives and pledge members of Iota Alpha Pi meet Saturday noon at the Lucerne hotel for a luncheon ho sorority's tenth year on the UM campus. In char-.' ol the affair] the Misses Pat Besner, Gail Berkman un6 Marcy Rafftl. Skit I ing the sorority's progress since its installation as Rho chapter u] will be presented. P I 0 N E E I JEWISH CAMP OF Eft. 1924 Sam* Ownership Sine* 1946 THE SOI'I Comp Osceola FOR ROYS AND GIRLS ON Mills River and Silver take. Horse She*, N.C. Riding Private Lake %  All Land and Water Sports Sabbath Service* Capable Seasoned Staff. Resident Phyncian and Nurie. Jewish American Cuisine \. i i.Uit.il ill n.l" i AMKRK'A.N ''A.MI'IMi ASSOCIATION Directors: Herbert and Be" ^0>^ 335 SW. W. 12th Ave. LEO AllEN. Director Ph. £ S 1 Specio'irfne in Care to the Elderly end Chron.eefr %  BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS Address inquiries to: CLARENCE IANGER M.A2A BUllDlNG, MIAMI •r Phone NE S-5756 >s*^ S tf v m m iirdine's the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' *•*• l'. Pat. oft "***Us IEACN fT. UUDftOALE WEST tH



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Man* 23^956^^ ***!* n*Wirt**r> ^lk Page 9B I, Mar. 4, meant a sweet j luncheon for Louise L j n the Scheherazade \\ the Algiers hotel. Louie daughter of Mr. and iam Srednick. 2111 SW lA member of Hillel B'nai fills, she is secretary of Red Cross at Miami Sen& He Passover, [Year-Round (does Passover differ from other dayol the week, the iha>k>' And it answen its estion: Because <>n Hassle eats matzoth instead of honor ot the event when |rs wen 1 freed from their in Egypt. er i~ Indeed different |her days oi the year, not cause Jews eat matzoth inI bread but al o many other (PSKOVer dishes. There is jig. however, that can be enI floorer which is enjoyed out the year. This is if iKo.-hcr fur Passover Jas the year round, and it PUM.rich.deep, mil-bodied throughout the year. ngs during the Passover you will want to enjoy a 'licioucup ul coffee. It MISS SALLY LANDSMAN Miss Landsman's Troth Announced The engagement of their daughter. Miss Sally Landsman, is being announced by Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Marks, Chicago, III. Sally's fiance is Jerome J. Gutkin, of Miami Beach, son of C. Harry (ititkin and the late Mrs. Gutkin, Baltimore. Md. Wedding will take place Apr. 29 at the Algiers hotel. Boutnekoff Will Conduct Ballet The Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo including Alicia Alonso, Igor Youskevitch. Frederic Franklin, Nina Novak, Irina Borowska, Gertrude Tyven, Yvonne Chouteau, Alan Howard and Victor Moreno, will all appear in the classic repertoire which has made this company famous for three performances Friday evening. Mar. 16, at Dade county auditorium, and Saturday matinee and Sunday evening, Mar. 17, at Miami Beach auditorium. Ivan Boutnikoff is musical dirertor. Born in Russia where ho n ceived his early musical training and first conducted an orchestra, he moved on to Europe where he has conducted every major -\mphony orchestra. He is a noted musicologist and a composer. He became professor of composition and conducting at the Academy of Athens. Greece, and first conductor of the Athens Symphony Orchestra. He became conductor for the Ballet Russe in 1945 and remained with it for four years. Last year he returned again to guide the orchestra through the large classic and contemporary repertoire. wakes you up, makes you energetic < and spry, ready to do your housej hold chores, to go to work, or to ] do your shopping. A good cup of hot coffee makes you better prepared to solve the j many small and large problems j that arise during the day. And when relatives or guests drop in they will be grateful for offering them a cup of this delicious Nescafe. And Nescafe is so easy to make, too. All you have to do is boil some water and mix it with Nescafe. Put in more or less Nescafe, in accordance with your preference, whether you like strong or weak coffee. What could be easier? So, for your Passover enjoyment, get a good supply of Nescafe. Remember, it is Kosher for Passover and as tasty as all year round. —S.T. J? '• UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI presents r• •.. Pri. ALONSO & YOUSKEVITCH March 16, Evening, Dad* County Auditorium: US SYIPHIDIS, TNI BUCK SWAN, THE MIKADO, 6AJTE PAIIS1ENNE March 17, Matiawe i Miawi Baaed Aaditorium: THE NUTCIACKER, PAS DE TIOIS, CAPRKCIO ESPACMOt March 17, EVMMO,: Miami Beach Auditorium: RAYMOND*, LA DAME A LA UCORNE, PAS DE DEAUX, SCHEHERAZADE Mat. nee $3 00. $1.50 — Evening: $4X0 to $1.75 FOR INFORMATION: MOhiwk 1-4SS0 WGBS Telethon to Benefit Hospital A telethon over WGBS-TV (Channel 23) will be held Saturday, Mar. 10, through Sunday, for 16 continuous hours for benefit of Variety Children's hospital. The hospital, a South Florida, achievement, will celebrate its sixth anniversary this year. Known throughout the world as a haven for children regardless of color or creed, the hospital is raising funds for immediate needs. Variety Children's hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accredationof Hospitals, is a member of the South Florida Hospital Council, Florida Hospital Association and the American Hospital Association. It is non-profit with officers and board members serving without compensation. The hospital serves Southeastern Florida in the care of polio and has treated patients from eleven states and six foreign countries. Last year Variety Children's hospital admitted 2,700 patients. Total days of care of patients numbered 30.841. Out-patients cared for were 7.179. ,f n TRUE Qmss FLAVOR/ 6? % **. ICvj V, %  "••• It takes Alpine pastures and Swiss cheese-making skill to produce the nut-sweet, distinctive flavor of Swiss Knight process Oruyere Cheese. Delicious with crackers and fruit. Costs slightly more than domestic cheese-and you taste the difference I Swiss KNIGHT ^ the original Switzf land Swiss PROCESS GRUYERE CHEESE Noted Author Will Speak at Mental Health Socieiy "Hope for the Troubled" is the topic of a discussion to be offered by noted writer Lucy Freeman at a meeting of the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida Tuesday evening. Mar. 13, at Dade County auditorium. Miss Freeman, former reporter of the New York Times, is the author of "Fight Against Fears," "Hope for the Troubled" and "Before I Kill More." She is now writing a history of Chicago's famous Michael Reese hospital. Tickets are available at Flagler Book and Record Shop, 322 East Flagler st.; Carlotta Lewis, 308 Coray Way: Doubleday Book Shop. 934 Lincoln rd.; Moderne Book Store, 5738 Sunset dr.; and Signature Shop. 3139 Commodore Plata. DANItL NtAL HEUER Heller, Lindzon in Law Partnership Daniel Neal Heller, Miami attorney, announced this week the formation of a partnership for the general practice of law with Jerry M. Lindzon, who was previously associated in partnership of Bernstein & Hodson. The firm name will be Heller 4V Lindzon, with offices at 810 Ainsley bldg., Miami. Heller and Lindzon also announced that associated with them will be Herbert M. Klein, recently discharged from the Counter Intelligence Corps, United States Army. Heller did his undergraduate work at Princeton, Cornell and New York Universities and received the BS degree from NYU in 1947. The LLB degree was conferred on him at Harvard. Heller has practiced law here since then. Active with the Jewish War Veterans, during 1954 and 1955 he served as State of Florida commander. At the time of the 60th national convention of the Jewish War Veterans held in Miami in 1 October, 1955, Heller served as publicity chairman, and has just been appointed national legislative chairman. Heller is a 32nd degree Mason I and Shriner and is past president (of his Masonic class. He is a past | director of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and has recently been appointed to the publicity and budget committees of Federation. He is a member of the Harvard ILaw School Fund in South Florida. Heller is married to the former Diane Star, who is now president of the Creator Miami chapter of Women's American ORT. Lindzon attended the University Rabbi Shapiro is Guest Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge will meet Tuesday noon, Mar. 13. at the DiLido hotel. Guest speaker will be Rabbi David S. .Shapiro, of Hollywood. University of Miami tax conference in April. Lindzon is a merrfber of Surf side Masonic lodge and Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith. Both Heller and Lindzon are veterans of World War II. Klein has lived in Greater Miami since 1948 and is a graduate of the University of Miami, holding the AB and LLB degrees. Immediately following his graduation from law school in February. 1934. Klein entered the Army. He has served as a special agent in the Counter Intelligence <"rpand has ju-t returned from service, of Maryland and the Univei of Miami and received BBA LLB degrees at r of M in 1950 and 1951. He is chairman of the taxation oi partnerships committee of the tax section of the Florida Bar and lecturer in State and I^ocal Taxation at the University o! ami. 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Page 10 B Jmist>ncr*MlM7 German Requiem By Brahms Due At Beach, Dade leen Firrell, soprano, and ter Caesel, baritone, aril! be -i soloists with tba I of, Miami Symphony Orchestra Sunday and ftfondaj the Miami Beach and Da f< i urns. Principal work to be peri ithe German Requiem, op 45, l, \ joh ihms Dean John Bitter will conduct the orchestra Wilfred Smith directing tlu versit) ol Miami chorus In addition to the Brahms work. Miss Farrell will IM' heard in a rendition of three Richard Strauss songs, I lie," and "Devotion." The Sunday program i slate a musical salute to the city and people of Quito. Ecuador, and will open with the national anthen the United States and Ecuador. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president and director of community affairs for the university, will be the master of ceremonies. Mayor ol Miami Beach D. Lee Powell has invited Ecuador ambassador to the United States Jose C'hiriboga to come to Miami Beach to participat n.it i\ in the salute. Mayor Powell has also invited the mayor* of Miami and I lea to represent their communion official of the I Information Agency i that sical salute-, such athis, during the five years "and have ted in %  the cultural the people in the held of been able ti %  d performances by lea symphony ore Id." Hershey Art Show At Hirsch School Sam Hir-ch School of Drama and Allied Arts announces a reception honoring the opening of a oneman art -how teaturing the paint; Harry Hershey on Sundaj afternoon. Mar. 11, from 4 to 7 p.m.. at the Studio. 315 W 47th si Hershey's -how arranged bj William Oberman. art director ol the school, will run for three ks until Apr 1 Hershey studied painting at the Fossey in Fourth District Race Ralph A Fossey, 47-year-old i Miamian and a realtor in Rokeach I Sows Revod Proposed Public Stock Issue I. Rokeach & Sons. Inc.. manufacturers of food and household products Wednesday announced a i public -Ux-k issue, offering 400.000 shares ol -tocV. or 63 percent of the total outstanding. Th will be through Jay W Kaulmann & Co, members of the American Stock Excfa and underwriters for the issue, and it is expected it will be ready for -.,1c very shortly. ka'ifmann. who is r grandson of the founder of the Kaufmann Department Store in Pittsburgh, has recently been elected director of the company. MIAMI INVESTIGATORS SUITE 207 PLAZA BUILDING Day and Night Phone 82-6978 Civil, Criminal and Insurance Investigation*. Alexander Stolfi and Avery Wilhelm. Directors. <*WWWW*WWWV/ Hartley Auto Top siu ^•^^Materioj., Workmanship Pho n 34997 KW TOYOUo. "$MCII0 Phone 9-13t HOppenhtisiar OPPEY'S AUTO REN "NEfUl lEPAMtS *H *1ok*i of Cm 1M S.W. lit STIBT' South Miami. ha> announced his candidacy in the May primary for county commissioner from the Fourth District. I be seeking the office which Preston Bird is n rn in the Buena Vista sei ;ami in I I B I luated ol PennsylI with Bach< conomics. In announcing his intention '" l" id So in.my J friends in all sections Ol the d toe to run that I (eel it inot only an honor hut a dutj t" offer my business experi ence to our exceptionallv la-t ., %  "<"" .Ti iinuin in growing county My platform w,u ami ^ moved ti) pormanpnt „ etfl be baaed on a full and serious eonquarIcrs at 514 sw 3rd -ideration of all iwic.,,„, „ ocutive director Fred Ellis anAfter higraduation from colFosse) returned to Miami and nounced Tuesday. went into the real estate business' The Heart Asaociation's office with his father. A. D. H. Possejr, was formerly located in the ("alulormer mayor of Miami. met bldg but due tQ a con(( m For two years, prior to hi, servplatcd increased program f<)r (hc as a lieutenant commander in „„„,:„„ .,„ ., the IS Naval Reserve hctween C m nK year fc,hs sa,d ,l !" 1942 and 1046. candidate Fossej n, ( '<-^ry to move into the larger was director of Public Welfare for headquarters which are easily acJ of M.ami. He has headed cessible to heart patients ;iI1 ,l' V IMFossett's Prescription Pharmaci Huntington Medical Building 164 $.1. FUST STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE FB 4 One of the largest and Most Complete Prescriafin Pharmacies in the World W. E. F0SSETT, Proprietor Heart Association Moves; Large Quarters Seen Needed Heart Association of Creater Mi"Prompt Day and N/enf Sary.ce" iiHOHXirh-iunin PLUMBING CONTRACTORS For Sales, Service or Repairs Phone PI 7-4793 • Fl 9-Mtl 9443 PARKWAY ORIVf MIAMI SHOW, Pltl Carpet Laying and Repairing RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED 26 S.W. South River Drive) Phones 9-1 1 55 & 32: ACE RUG CLEANERS FUR NTTURE CLEANING his own real estate firm since 1946. Fossej ivice president of the South Miami District Chamber of R ing Art School. National Commerce and past president and Academj ol Design, Art Students' presently vice president of the 1 olumbia University and hoard of trustees of the Boys Club for three years abroad, lie opei of Miami, inc. He i~ akw vice tail crafl shop in the Mispresident of the Miami Board ol souri O/arks and worked the SumRealtors, a director ol the Florida mer Art School of the Ozarks m Association of Realtoridee presi Arkansas. He had a one-man show dent of the KiwaniClub ij that circulated in 16 cities of the Miami, a director, ol Dad midwest and southeast from ii40 Community Cheat and the Dade t() 1951County Hes,.an-h Foundation He was technical director ol the One of Fossey'most recent enPalm Playhouse, a professional oeavora isetlve p legitimate theatre in Sarasota, from the ition ol the new South tors Furnishers & Instillon Inlaid Linoleum Asphalt Rubber Tilt "EVERY INSTALLATION GUARANTEED Phone for Free Estimates 4256 N.W. 7th Avenue Phono Ft REASONABLE RATES RELIABLE SERVICE A 0 TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO. j The "FINEST" in Local Moving & Storage Private F. E. C. Siding Phone 82-0958 "Toer SefirfectiM Our Pleasure" PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDKR'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEAN1 3466 N. Miami Avenue Phona 1953 to 1955. NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Lincoln ot Washington Pays Interest on Savings FOUR TIMES A YEAR January 1—April 1 July 1—October 1 Miami Federal Barings and Loan Association, ot which he i .1 mem bar ol the board of dire,:,,:. Fossey .resides at 9390 South Ludlam rd. with his W if e %  „,,! tecn-aue children. % Phone 9-6352 2049 N. Miami Avenue 2 1 / 2 % 1 ntr nnnom ^ %  ^ per annum on balances from $100.00 to $15,000.00 Each Account Insured by F.D.I.C. to $10,000.00 Start Saving Here Todoy Member Fcdi 'ol Deposit Insurance Corp. Federal Reserve System Zionists to Hear Candidates for Office < oral Gables Zionist District will meet Thursday evening. Mar. 15, at the Coral Cables .Jewish (enter! Daniel Cravitt will discuss 'The Middle Eaal Today and 11. Implications With Respect to Israels Position." Candidates who will run for office in the forthcoming Democratic primary will be quests at the meetnm. including Nathan Anderson Miller, candidate for Dade county superintendent of school-. 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Page 2 A 9j&httlk£i4&#= Dulles, in Karachi, Kept Informed on Seething Near East ..„ i!.\i..-jnuhile. it "•'•• I''-" learned here Continued from SS7 rS7UrT5 ie^d Washington. Cairo Middle But. *" %  eI *" M *" : Sen. Kefauvcr told newsmen that meeting. Arab Aggression In Council's Lap Continued from Page 1 A of the incident. I'nited Nations of ficials licre intend to publish an official statement after the investigation is completed. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, chief of the I'N Truce Supervision Orcanization, conferred with Dr. Walter Eytan, director general of the Israel Foreign Office, al the tatter's invitation. Pr Eytan conveyed to the UN truce chiet the "graves! concern" of the Israel GovernmeiH over the Syrian attack on the brae] police boats. Gen. Burnwas acpanied by Henri Vtgier, his political ad\ iser A Jordanian sal I mil Tuesised the Israel frontier and mpted to sabotage the Jerusatrain. The al took pi >. th< Ji rusa i m oul • Bnar. several miles wesl ol rkmen di the fore the : and avei the question ol anna sales by the Western powers to Middle Easl countries, the dewtopments In Jordan wore to be dlacuaaed al a meeting Reports reaching here from Cam. revealed that a so-called summit conference of Egyptian and SyriM leaders had begun there Syrian Prime Minister said /, armed here, together with his Defence Minister and Army Chief of Staff, to discusmilitary matters with the Egyptian high command The two armies current ]\ have I common command. Ben Gurion Says War Will Be Fault ol US., Soviet Continued from Page) 1 A men for the frontier. Jordan is a reduced threat today, these observers declare. It* 20,000-man Legion, once the finest Arab flotitirfg unit in the Near East, is now diminished in importance because of the firing of Glubb Pasha. W YIDDISH!* SATURDAY, UU^LH Guest SajeJM CHAIM GRADE, p*^ "Tiff cunun eowr.d THE tAijtkN tmnS D< r Vl.l-h-h.: ^1 KL.nm .L'Jkasi Rabbi Abramowitx Named Rabby Mayer Anramowitz. of 1330 Cleveland rd., Miami Beach. North Shore Jewish Center spiritual leader, has accepted the re iponaibilit) ol serving the religi (Hineeds ol the Jewish personnel ,,t Homest) Bd Air Force Base, according to an announcement by Rabbi Joseph H Lookstein, New York, chairman ol the Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Hotel Motel Home and At agent House Owners • We mrt here fe sanrt you with a COMPUTE LINE of uutm &f C ANNON SHEETS BLANKETS S P PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS DISH ft Drapes — Curtains —i Bid Pods — Plastic GMJS Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation D. 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Pago 8 A *Jmis§ ncrkMan Frid TV Show to Tell Of CJA Residents' executive committee of the Jewish Home for the Aged act as consultants to Architect Iivin Korach in his plans for the Gas Trau Pavilion of the Home, for which ciour.d will be broken Sunday, Apr. 1. Clockwise around the table are Mrs. Minnie Gray, Mrs. Minnie Berliner, Mrs. Sidonie Gluck, Mrs. Anna Jordan, Mrs. Anna Washburne, executive committee chairman, Maurice Pearlstein, executive director, Milce Kramer. Korach, Adolph Gerdwagon, Mrs. Mollie Karl, Mrs. Pearl Kroner and Mrs. Bessie Mott. A significant television program. "1956— Year of Crisis," will be presented on television station WTVJ Friday. Mar 9. at 6:05 p.m. The crisis in Israel—the growing need for extra funds to sustain Miami's expanding health afid welfare programs and the lif*%iving drive to help Moroccan Jews— these subjects will be discussed and dramatized by the Combined Jewish Appeal. Sain J II'^man. campaign chairman of CJA, and Stanley ('. Myers. president n \ (ireatcr Miami Jewish Federation, will answer vital quesBeth Sholom Plans Seder At Beach Mizrachi Affair Ralph Spero, president of Temple Beth Sholom. Wednesday, announced that the congregational Seder of the Temple will be held on Monday evening, Mar. 26. Spero has appointed Benjamin Rimer. Temple House chairman, as chairman of the Seder. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the congregation, and Cantor Samuel Kelemer will lead the guests in the Seder ceremony. ay. March 8, ft"*** lions put by Howard R P announcer. conce ng ^ 3 vival campaign 8 % I The unusual nrrvtu,..; 'expected t„ 1,^ ^H ^ J r h S y r Great*. Miami area i. schedOledlor.h,.,,,^; ;the important drive t $1,725,000 for wor/d^ icauses me A unique feature of lhe U ;v.UI>etheinclu. ( ,nofr^ 1 fil taken in Israel |,v f air ^ producer G, >e ,"M 14-yehr-old dauLhter Jerih"n movie! demonstrate the drat, 'progress made bj Israeli ^ m providinfi adequate hoa3 ;the flood of new refugee, all part> of Europe and the Fast. Dr. Shmid Clinic A coerSinated system •! NM-SI Treatments for the RMteretieil Normol Function of fit PROSTATE CLAMO 1454 N.W. 36 St. Ph. ; NE3-1I Contract Awarded for Traw Pavilion; Will Feature Audio-Visual Systems R< nick, bu ommitI %  i Inc. n. I moi es wil I %  l s n will bl plj itionvin "In the first place." Korach ; ilion Ialong cot' or motei lines, rather than institution-hospital typi Anil .• n~t aimportant, the nl will ho on privac) in both n ami bath We have at last that senior eitutnhave real a need for privacy as any I I ich room will encj. eh %  he i i Pi will thi nun • >n in the At> %  ti m The will he m tin wide completely -i re* ned rch. 1 hail the must positive exper In mj %  I "during the • • al lengtbj sessions i had with the 10 men. utive COmr I the Home These youngsters a i p,o plus in yean. Their suggestion! and criticisms were invaluable "They played as important a roh' in the design and planning of the Trail Pavilion as the official building committee ol hoard mem111 i would strongly urge any home or hospital planning a building tu encourage the most active participation ol residents or paof planning Established in 1945, the Home has a capacitj ol 87 be %  \2 for the siek and tated in th W lin Mi mortal; 45 in t'li i for th.' ambul I mentallj alert n sidt nts. 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March 9, 1956 &*i •JewlstncrMb^ Wl LEGAL NOTICE OV PUBLICATION > T, SforulT COURT OF THE E ClR< rMniClAL CIRCUIT OF ENTH JUD;C |AL £ OR DADE k D A ,N CHAN^RV. NO BERT MI i-KK, *' %  *" FOR No. 1S7608 liff, K U .V K FOR DIVORCE | ,!,-; you, IT Vl' il -idlns i" tho BUI ,,„. plaintiffs AtMi.n!.i .:-'. Florida, •mil Vnswel "i I IIIKNI: I ;i: : on l he Clerk '.ill In I II .inii.ii i.n. e -. HIV.W.'.'kf Irui.nl I" HI I Hill Of I K\P ORI'EREI) al M .:.,, Of l-YLriial*. ,.• i; i K \TIIKHM AN. Clerk, i I ,''.""!'• By I H W VNN. Ucovri Deputy Clark HKItTK'F L„, i„r I'l.niiiiff tZju Rulldln Miami 32. .Fla. LiGAL NOTICE Page 1 1 A NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREKY GIVEN thai Ige Ii the Uilllldiis BTl'ART kl'TO %  > \ I COVER* A H INVEfTl IKI.K Till'.,, N Kromc A v. n\i". 11 \' u i %  I %  I II. iin. %  \\ii|, ihiclerk ">r ihi' 1'ir.uii Court ..t Ciiunt> .1 IIEHNIE 111.' "i.\l (w>le ... %  t %  •-'*Hi-1.* I LEGAL NOTICE TICE UNDER FlCTIilOUS "' NAME LAW T i,i; IS IIKHKIlY iSIVBN that I :.lgC in UM ,i,. ; (hi ii.iillnim nan i i M'T'i SKAT COVERS, al a. ^ ,,•, >•-. %  %  \i laml, Intends L : i %  with th" Clark • i de i"ounty. IRWIN SAUTSKY NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37434 8 In l!< ESTATE OF MORRIS Ri >.-'K\. Di To III Creditor* and All Persona Hav. Inic Clalmi "i Demanda Against Bald Eata' you, n i,f demanded clalmi and demanda which you, or either of you, may have againal the MORRIH ROKEN den i.it, oi iimiiCounty, Florida, to tha Honorable Count) Judges of Dadi County, ajid file the aame in their ofii.. in the County Courthouse In County, Florida, artthln elghl re lander Months from iindate of the first nnbueation hereof s.-.t.i claim* or demanin to eoaUiut th,legal H<1riresa of tho claimant and lo !>. %  sworn to anil presented i M afore*ai.l. ..i Mtme will be bailed > Pat. February 17, AD 1956. HERMAN WEPMAN, As Administrateof the Estate of MORRIS ROSEN. !>.. ... .cl. WKI'MAN WEPMAN Attorneys for Batata is-St NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAV/ Null' K is HEREIIY GIVEN .1. desiring to v',.> ,'. A V sUN I'NIKORMS, ;\ '," •" Ml i % %  la, In th the •n.\i;v |,. W %  fttr; -' IT-fl LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OR C6RPORATE ... _., DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA JO U.I. To WHOM THESE PRKS•H \U. Ci >ME IHIEETINOS ,. W h r i P0 ""j HARRT ZCKERM MIAMI REACH, I | ORIl'A; MAI.IL6GAL NOTICE IHI IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN fpOR DADE COUNTY, FLORI JlN CHANCERY. No. 187524 lOTICE BY PUBLICATION I \i. N Y. IIKItKHY NOTIFIED I %  %  ,. oi your the Bill -'f | i in \, i .r iha I ire 11 fill In do be tai<. •! .:, manded %  Bill %  INK AND iHti K i. i i %  • I.I uary, %  itMAN Ii u %  i 'ounty, Bj r II WTYN, Drputt i'l, ik NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 37290 In Re: ESTATE OF JMiHi MI.VKKMAN. Deceased To All Creditors and Air r, raona H.n Inn Claims ..r Demanda Asalnnl Said itc: You, and i .fh of yon, ire hi %  netifteW ,ia,l rouulred to nreaeni any <-lniniM iinrt demanda which you, m either of \ ou, ms %  t the ..r J A roil SI OVERMAN, deceaaed late "i i 1 de County, Florrda, i.. the II..II..I .iiiiCount) Da.de Co I file ihe -1me in their the %  %  • intj %  !oui 11 i ir months Hum the date of tha first publtcatloa haVaof. Said oi '!• MIM ni>,, ...niMin the lesal .i.l%  off thi • ;.inn.ml ,HI. I i,. to ami pre* ,1 as aforesaid, .* %  ill lie ban i •! Date Febi uarv v. ,\ n use. \ll .Sll.\ KltMAN. As Administratrix of the Will and T Rtament of JACi n: HIL.VERMAN MAC MERME1 Attorn, y f. r \.lmii i-iratrix 2 ITJI — NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NO! ICE is HEREIIY C1IVEN thai the und. rslaned. desiring to naase In MKI.HIM MANOR, al T1 E Ba ;'':;''"' %  Ba II., bo, i : M •'"' Florida, Intend lo recname with th. Clerk of the IrcuH Court of Dade County. Florida •IA( OB I. UAI.I.KN IK Sn? T IV.P^. WAM.ENDORF W II.I.I AM V KIRK K\ i H BRINK M KIRK JOHNSON, i.i-:\ i.xs. N A pi uny foi Co-parl i tnUU '-' %  'i 1 **" Mi """' '''" l c! IN COUNTY JUDGCS' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 34927 B RE: E8T \TK OK FAITH E OROSS, Deceasi I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Ni (TICE is hereb) given thai r I ffljaMt. "4"ietlH.i. tale of FAITH K. !R< >SK. d. ci o%  I. MIAMI REACH FLORIDA. 91t> -NiVettMenahtben-A W.il'iiaO-An-iO.. wb*OV %  + irhi-lt-'U)ili.f*trf %  LUe OMOW, • i:''.(i. I, rtl aj.plji n. the Honoi "•• .-in<.r Florida HOTEL lade Ceunty. Florida, for appi '•'" '•"• INC., B :i. with it of said final report end for final i'oi pi..,.,,r bunlne-H al MIAMI chaw • executor .,r the caUl. ;t FAITH B. UROKS, deceaaed. Thin Mh il i> of February, I9.16. IN COUNTY JUDGE-S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 34953-B RE: ESTA i i: OF JESSIE FREDERIKSBN, Dec. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given thai 1 i my final report and petition for i-iiml Discharge ai if JEHSIE FREDERIKSEN, Ii ,l. ami thai "ii the 12th da] ..f March, I9M, I iii apply di i i: \\K B. I iW l.INQ, Count; Judge of bade County, Florida, f",attproval ..f as Id final and for final dlacnargi i: i He of JESHIE KREDERIKSRN, dm eased Thlth day ol MAX I: SILVER MAX R sil.VKit Attornej ... I ^\. eutor IT-l'l — :: IIEACH. HADE I I K'NTY, In Hie Ida, ami when • the ..i i, Ii i ,,i|,. ol Man !. LD i.-.l In the office .f the I State of (he si ite .,i Flori under the I •how^nu the dissolution of Mi.li e,,r|.ration. .\..u. then fore, the > of ,l.„ .h< %  and 'hut he la --.iiiffi. ,i thai the ementa of law hav bet n A ilh. IN WITNESS rVHERBOF, I have herewnte set m> hanj ami hav,., rr ,v.-< t the Oreal Seal of the Mati of Ii ni Tallnhnaaee. the Capital, this th. HIRHT daj of MARCH, A >. I95. R A O RAY, Be. retn of SUte I Seal) \ sRosd MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executor 17-M — a/2 kit Oiurl Tfl.li II KASSIN, inn i i [ 1 Cable* Kl. I [HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT MID FOR DADE COUNTY, MDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36924-B K.sTATi: nK RY B UtKll.M w. Deceaaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS I id All 1'. BW Chlms oi I ..in.. nds Again*-' I : ..f >• • ii are hi Hwi r.l it any i fi I. you, or l r I ha %  againal the ol HARin KltKRMAN, de : inty, Florida, Ihf Honoialili Judsea of Dade ffty. an, i til. -in tea h of %  Co ni lions.in within • the d f die I limn or i tln 733.HJ Ol } \ 11 %  MIXXI utl KM W II I.,s. W III "1.1 T. %  MAKRY S. 1 I' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 1761t ON 'ETTA GRACE BLUM, Plaintiffs; THEODORE RLl'Mi Kefendniit. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO. THE' 'In IRK HI.KM :'.' ll i'. • iton A' .nuc Bronx. New Yftrk You are hi I. by notified thn i a ( plaint For Divorce hus be*n filed against you ami \.. I i sre hereby required to serve %  cenju of your Answer to the • 'omplatnt For Dlvon I'l.ilnilff 's attorney and file the original Anawer in the office of the Clerk off the Circuit Com l on oi before the 23rd day of Mnri'h. Ir,lt; otherwise, the alienation-, ,.f mid Complaint F'.r Divorce will be taken as confeaaed uKalnat you. Dated the tfnd day of February, 1956. K B. LEATHERMAH, "lerk "f I'ir.ult Court B) It II UCE, Jit. (Seal) Deiiutv i"lcrk UEOROB J TALIANOTF, ESQ. Attorney for I'l.untiff (L'M Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. M | j :• -1 •; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIIY OIVEN that ndi i alcned, .!• engage In ..,. sworn to i.u.-in. r undei the flctUloua name of CENTER CLEANERS (nol m ..i i %  i si Ii I*, s \\ *-11 Si Miami, and IIU So Dlxi. Highway, Con I da ila Intends to register ^.i i name with the flerh ol the Circuit Court of I i*d. County, Floi Ida \\ II.I.IAM II. IH" -KM 'N MAX R. SIM I Allot William Dlcki %  92J s. \ bold Uulldl % %  VU — ny;-'-'-!* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 187571 CARL GREENE Plaintiff CONSTANCE OREENB, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION in. CONSTANCE OREENE M %  • I'enn anla Vi il C( '.\.I W'.i: ORRRNK reouit ed to t copy of your AnBill .f Complalnl f... Plaintiffs atto ENKRANTZ, No. One i An Road "-ii iml Bi a< h, Florida, ami file the original In the ni the Clerk of thn on or I 'L daj ol 195*, or C plain) will ba taken I DATED this 21BI day Of Fi bi CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ILL T-i WHu.M THESE PRESi:\l> SHALL COME, OREETINQH Whe VINCENT F LAN \s \. MIAMI. Il.i HtlliA. LEON UOODMAN, MIAMI. KlJiKlliA: MICHAEL DORAN, MIAMI, KKnlOOA. .1 i I on the -""ii daj % %  < April, \ \< 1917 del the provlsloni ol tl seneral ;i laui of the st, it.of FI la WEST INDIES IMPORTING COMPANY, a ... p tlon, wit.' %  at MIAMI DADE l '< ll.'XTY n : the Slat, I of ..in h %  11.. n the -"oh .lav of Fehruai y, A.D %  ted dopted by 7h< ,.f .li.l '!: ii ,'..r|Mr.i' N-.W. i to th. f in.I thai i that th. %  i.li. i IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I %  the Oreal s. al of the State of FI irlda, .. %  Tallal M • '• '! • %  v\\ ENTY-NINTH da) %  •< FEBRCARY, AD It. A. GRAY, Be. • tai %  K. B. l.l.\THKKMAN Cle ieik of 'the Circuit Court Rj I! ll RICE, Jit. I lepul i i. 11> (Circuit Coin Steal) I. iSEI'il ROSENKRANTZ, 1 MI.' Lincoln Road Building Miami P-a. h, Florida 1/14 — :: %  -'.•-II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH = 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1a7s69 %  "iK I'.IIUCK. Plaintiff, I'KVis Ki.ix.x i %  .!*.< i. 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N M E LAW v I;IVKN that t ^"•••1,1,: ^" n *l h U .'"'" '" r.glBI,'.' C^rtof | % %  r 1 **" "' the Clr. Li,. ll i 'I' 1 H-l.y '-'."Mi WKNUROW NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY (SIVEN the underalgned, de ill inj l.n-in. aa under the fli tlllo la na I • COCNTY YELLOW t'AB, al '•-' 1 \ \\ :h \\.nu.'. Miami Intends '." resist) r eg id m "ii.li Ihe J the i of Dade County, lion. RICHARD KENNEDT 2. 14 1 -' i-lii. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37175-A In It. ESTATE OF MAI'RICE \ WEOER a/k/a M A WEGER, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors an.l All Pel Havine Claims or Heinands Agalnvt s.ii.i Estal Von. ami each of you arc hi %  "> notlflcl and required to preaent an> ulalms and demands which you. or either of von. mav h-. '"• %  eaute of M M RICE A. WEtlER. k a M A \\ I-:.'.I:I:. deces • .i is Dade County. Florida, to ths HonorsUe Ju.iseof Dade Coualy, and 'H' the same in th. houae In I >ade Count). 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J —I 1 I ^sse Tragei -left), national president ofAlpha Omega | fraternity, receives honorary membership in the Miami 5r from Dr. Arthur Sokoloff, president. i! Fraternity Hears Dr. Trager i i presi: Alph 0 %  nta! frars ol the lAlumni chapter last week 1 1100 Greater Miami dentists Committee Heads Named for Pageant Names of committee chairmen of the Miss Miami-Beach Beautv Pageant were announced Wadnaa day by Bob Glasaer, general chair $ man Oi the <>vent which fa slated SI for Biltmore Terrace hotel Mar 25. Designated were Ken Laurence and Phillip Taylor, co-chairmen under Glasser; Robert Gilbert ;,nd Mitchell, presentation oi nt; Eugene J. Weiss, entries; Larry Hollander end Baddy Hart, awards; Art Stel/.-r sad Budd Cuttor, finance and ticket sales. bley Goodman, judges; Ted Cohen, Miss Florida; Rocky Pomerance. ushers; Dr. Stanley Coltune. Max Kogen and Harold Boaen. advisory; Budd Laurance and %  liuk ''"• %  %  a! events; and Dave ECrcute;, pabliaitv. A11 • I I the Miami isora of the ml foi the tenth Page 11 B MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd st. Phone MO 1-8201 SERVING MIAMI JEWRY with HONORand DIGNITY /or OVER 25 YEARS •OBHT 1. UWISON (ison Announces Claims Court J. Lawison this weak anhu candidacy for the pof Judge oi small Claims up 2. has lived in Bade coun'1929 and was educated in m schools of Miami Beach. Mi* pre law training at the r>' of Illinois and gradu" the University of Miami lof law. He is ln his fifth I the practice of law here. **m. Lewison is vice presiiMolem lodge, B'nai B'rith. %  NT, he was chosen chair1 w annual high school deconte,t and was active P" th year on that pro!., "'"toally culminated twojocal boys sent to W ROOFING AND' J METAL WORKS fttffS •"••"'••S840 •ton „ B a rtd now : y>" 2wfW Men" listen fo SCMACHTER'S 2 AT| 0N WMIE attended the affair, which marked the organization's Founders Day j and its 49th anniversary. i Dr. Trager revealed that Alpha Omega has thusfnr contributed' some $300,000 to the equipping of j Israels first and only dental school, which is now in progress. Alpha Omega numbers 12.000 members nationally, with three chapters in Israel, as well. Also addressing the meeting were Dr. Meyer Eggnatz. past na-1 tional president of Alpha Omega. and Dr. Robert Litowitz. regent of the local district. A graduate of the University of Maryland dental school. Dr. Trager served as district chief under the Youth Mobilization program of Civilian Defense during World II. For the past 25 years, he has been actively engaged in youth activities on a local and national level. In May, he will take office as B'nai B'rith Youth Commissioner for District 5. He is 1955 chairman of the Interfaith Award Committee of i Baltimore. Listed in "Who's Who) in World Jewry." he is director | of dental out-patient department at Sinai and Mt. Pleasant hospitals | in Baltimore. President of the Miami chapter is Dr. Arthur Sokoloff. who presented Dr. Trager with an honorary membership. RCOr LEAK? nvT&n CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ACME SUPPLY CO. 9-5274 FR 3-6996 G0W> o K HOMES *# Washington, D.C., as guests of B'nai B'rith. For the past year, he has been program chairman of Sholem lodge. Lewison is active in Knights of Pythias and is vice president of Miami Stamp club. While at the University of Miami, he was chosen a member of Nu Beta Epsilon, honorary legal fraternity. 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Page 2 B +Je*lstncrkHar I^Y-March < really "like mother used to make." It is appropriately enough called Mothers Old Fashioned Gefilte Fish and will delight any gourmet \ heart It is made. • %  course, of the choicest whiteii-h. seasoned just right, and prepared with that expert skill for which all Mother's products are -o Justly famoiiv Clear golden broth will give you a quick, pure, natural jell which tastes out of this world Mother's Gefilte Hah is ready to serve, hot or cold, and it i> kosher and Parvi for I" over So why spend long hours ell log, chopping, preparing, cooking | fish, when you can have the moat delicious stuffed fi*h for Passover in a matter of seconoS" Mother's Gefilte fish, incidentally, is strict'y | Kosher for Passover, prepared unjder rabbinical supervision. You can serve it as an appetizer or as main dish And there are counties other ways in which you can use it Buy several jars today and con vince yourself that this is really Gefilte fish "just like mother's" BAKED FISH LOAF (serves *ix) 12 servings (3 jars of Motbe/*! Gefilte fi-h 1 small onion mimed 4 teaspoon of -alt teaspoon of pepper i. cup o'J Gefilte ftsa liquid 2 eggs beaten ; >iip mat/oh meal Mash fish, add ingredients in crder given. BhMJd well. Pack into ted loaf pan Bake at 350" 40 to 45 minutes until golden brown look five minutes before: turning out. Serve with Mother's horseradish. GEFILT OMELET 4 egg white4 egg VOlkl teaspoon salt 'x teaspoon pepper '_ %  cup Mothers Gefilte Hah liquid •1 servings smashed Mother's Gefilte fish 1 1 cup of Matzoh meal 1 teaspoon chopped parsley 2 teaspoons fat for frying Beat egg whites until stiff not dry. Beat yolk with seasoning and fish liquid Fold in mashed fish, matzoh meal and parsley. Gent'y fold mixture into egg whites. Heat fat in skillet. Pour in egg mixture, cook five minutes then put under Iroiler for five minutes to cook ton Serves four. Fish Cakes 2 medium potatoes pared, boiled and mashed 6 servings Mother's Gefilte fish drained and mashed I egg beaten 14 tablespoon Mother's Gefilte fish liquid 1 teaspoon salt teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons Matzoh meal 1 2 cup of fat for frying Put potatoes in bowl and beat in remaining ingredients. Shape into eight flat patties. Coat with ammonal matzoh 2 nd fry until golden hL !LL aper and -Se^LJ |7R PROTECT \{ CNSLD'S Tl ^eeten, AT FOO0 t 0uc 5T0MS | viMIr fo be o\ a I WANT MY MILK a Diet is Important; So is Food Quality \ wit once said thai we are -. With tinhe meant to imply that our character, personalit) i ai lite -'i i \tcnt. j what we eal Vi •: %  .. that il ;.li the diplo• 'lie world were to • i • table and n/< r which thej all immi -' .. the) would reII ii problemWithin hours' time. I himay be a little far letched. H'iwever. it is quite true that food verj important to good physical well as to our feelings and thoughts In the la-t fen years we have acquired a great deal of information on vitamins, minerals and other important elements in our foods. We know, tor instance, that in the of various fruit juices it is d tune to remind Jewish housewives that Molt's and Sun-uct | roducts, awell iibeing verj healthful and delicious, are also Kosher (or Passover Molt's and Sunswcet products have a reputation among Jewish lies for their goodlM -s and tastiness. Mott's apple sauce. Mott's apple Juice, Sun-weet cooked prunes. Sunswcet prune juice and Suiisweet prunes and apricots are all Kosher for Passover, so that you don't have to deny yourself these important food items during the Passover holiday You can continue your diet requirements, for good health by us. ing these Kosher for Passover products.—S.T. I t DOPH Your Dor tor Say. No FAT, or No SUGAK, or No SAIT? then 4 ef iiOLLA\ iiovii imi \n mi FRI MT CAME which are made without these ingredients, ytt are delicious and tasty ASK fOR THfM IN YOU*. HEALTH FOOD Off CROCfffr STOfff Made by Holland Honey Cake Co., Holland, Mich. Distributed by COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 11 11 • i i 11 • i i • i • i %  i i • i • i i • i 11 i • : i i i • and be sura it's FLORIDA DAIRIES mmoctniuo Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Docro Protected TIL FR 4-262! Greater Miami Delivery J 1 161 N.E. 30th STREET Distributed by HI GRADE FOOD CO. 7200 N.W. 29th Avonoo pi, or ,„ NE 5. 2044 ; GRADE } "A" j PRODUCTS *&&&: & MILK CREAM ICE CREAM SERVING GREATER MiAMi CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE JE 1-5537 -• MEANS K KOSHER LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products have Rabbinical Supervision BROWN KASHA i I is lass fattening! Protaln-richl Reacted f nutlike flavor of 100% real buckwheat! I For tempting, delightful ways to carve this Old Wond favorite, write for my free new j Buckwheat Cook Book to I Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan. New York. I OILICIOUS • NUTRITIOUS • THaiFTY J Also ornoy WOLFFS CREAMY KERNELS delightful buckwheat grits


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L^JjtochJ^ 1956 +JmMnerid*m Page 5B •dassah Schedules Mon thly Meeti ngs, Unique Programs ifternoon, Mar. 12. Sakraia will be IB [Monday \ff, Sarmn" a bonoi and w BOW." will be shown. .,h.-h Zentler and Mrs. "tandau Sii will be hona> imah-" deor Wl g,vc m I SCOP I f ,,a '' nj restaurant program lhi month is dedito the Medn al Center at Kin to dimpleoro"pntittod epnat i and wi drm jlrate the P' being made She completion of this center, rh ,„]] hub of HadasI djcal Organization in IsRcgular meeting of the Shaloma group of Hadassah will be held at Malvina I iebman. director Hibiscus lodge on Monday. HadasGemenUi "" for Dade san Medical Organization and Medntv'will b test speaker at ,cal Center will be highlighted. malar meeting of Menorah Dr., A. R. Hollander, who has reu „ on Monday Her topic will <* nt| y returned from Israel, will for Today's Chil8' ve a report on the Assembly Medical Association. This will be lm. "Shalmuth Finds followed by a quiz with audience "E" will also be presented Participation. |the program to be held at the llGable> Jewish (enter. Herlz group will hold its regular amines n £ (Newt Presents the world famous Cantor SAMUEL VIGODA and his Choir who will conduct tht PASS0VIR Services and Sedurim Under the Personal Supervinon of ABE GEFTER Specializing in fine Kosher Catering Since 19-45 Supervised by Both Vaad llakashruth — Rabbi Tibor H. Stern and Kahhi ., Jos. Rackovsky. Directors. Full time Masgiach. ah Unen Supplies on Monday noon at the Sorrento hotel. Featured on the program will be vocal renditions by Mrs. Peter Wagner. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Bernard Stevens, who has recently ; returned from a tour of Israel as a i member of the Women's Division jof the UJA Study Mission. • • • Israeli group of Hadassah will hold its regular meeting and card party on Monday noon at the Algiers hotel. This will culminate : the Silver Project and other prizes. Mrs. Sol Silverman and Mrs. Ira Krivitzon aje in charge of reservation.v • • • Monday afternoon Torah group will welcome members, new members and their friends to an afternoon social and cards. The Italian American club will be the meeting place. • • • Stephen S. Wise group of Hadassah will meet Monday noon at the Allison hotel. Mrs. Frances Berliner will sing Hebrew and Yiddish songs. Miss Lillian Goodman, Greater Miami chapter chairman for Youth Aliyah, will speak. • • Deborah group of Hadassah will meet at the Algiers hotel on Monday afternoon. A technicolor movie, "Tell Me Where it Hurts," will be shown. • • • Hanna Senesch group of Hadassah will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, Mar. 12, in the Star room of the Shelborne hotel. Guest speaker for the afternoon will be Mrs. Henry B. Wernick. She will review the first of the five books of Moses. BIG DELICIOUS MEALS EVERY DM %  mm inn* ki •!••• %  0eM F '"^o^^7 BOOMS NONE HIGHER I /"•"""rMrHirk., LOOK AT THESE EXTRA FEATURES LL FIEE • Dancing and entertainment in the Parisienne Room • Cocktail Party Master of Ceremonies—Joe Green • Don Alfonso It His Orchestra • Olympic Swimming Pool • Private Beach • Feature Movies • Floor Shows • Bingo Parties—Free Prizes • Free Parking • Social Host • Fresh Tropical Juice at 3 PM • Radio in Every Room Also Catering Meals to Individuals, Banquets, Parties and Bar Mitzvahs coMPttrnr AIR CONDITIONED ON THE OCEAN AT 1ITH STREET* MIAMI BEACH • *4 ONE MOTHER TtLLE ANOTHER i D | It's the REAL gefilte fish with the dear g olden broth that jells t\ H/ttrHwrls OLD FASHIONED GEFILTE EF3SH Miami Women Plan Donor Lunch Here Tuesday noon. Mar. 18, the donor luncheon of the B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will be held in the Mona Lisa room of the Eden Roc hotel. The program will include a fashion show, with commentary by Edith Applebaum. MrBernard Ncwmark and Mrs Jack Teitler are co-chairing the' event. In charge of reservations la Harvey Herman. ARE YOU FA RBLUNJET? Ramaz Hotel 146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach MR. AND MRS. GEWIRTZ ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE HOTEL Will BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER OUK HOTEL IS Will KNOWN FOR ITS KASHRUTH WE USE -irj CK?; MEAT which is under the suorvision of m well known Rabbi For Reservations and Prices Caff JE 8-0266 Our kitchen is under personal supervision ol Mrs. I. Gewirfi TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER 7-COURSE STRICTLY KOSHER with Sacramental Wine Fnrit, •Mdinr, •, (• filti MB, ch!


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DAVID SCHWARTZ — Heine Saw America the Loophole to the Prison of AMERICAN JEWRY COMES OF ACE. By Israel Goldsttin. 218 pp. New York: Bloch Publishing Co. $3.00. By HILARY MINDLIN "PROSPECTS AS well as retrospects" is the guiding principle behind this collection of addresses by a noted Zionist. In connection with his duties as president of the American Jewish Congress and of the World Confederation of General Zionists, as well U associate chairman of the American Jewish Tercentenary Committee. Dr. Israel Goldstein spoke before Jewish communities and groups in Israel, Holland. Paris and Latin America, as well as in this country. Along with bringing greetings on the occasion of the Tercentenary no | 0 j s greater than the prison." celebration from American Jewry to their co-religionists abroad, Dr. The Nazi episode in Germany Goldstein had a number of statements to make on the state of Jewish would have surprised him least life past and present. Obviously a skilled, sensitive observer, the im,,f ;1 || JJ 0 predicted it to a depression he gives is that of a vibrant, fast-paced man, who, even as he (;n | jj e thought that Christianity steps from the plane to greet his host, has his eye on the membership might be a restraining influence roster and his ear pricked for the faintest whisper of Hebrew or Yidon the Teutonic savagery', but dish. Nor is the need for such keenness unfounded; one of the author's onc( that was thrown off. he As the world marks the 100th anniversary of the death of Heinrich Heine, comes the news that the city of Dusseldorf. Germany, has purchased the manuscripts of the poet which were brought to America during the Hitler regime The papers were brought here for fear that Hitler would destroy them. Had Heine been Bllve at the time of the Nazis. he too would have been forced to take refuge and probably would have come to America. He liked America. "All Europe is a prison and America the only loop hole of escape." he wrote. God be praised that the loopdeep worries is the combination of declining Judaism and diminishing numbers of some of the communities he visited. Neither is he without cognizance of the more subtle aspects of the problem of assimilation: wherevi" }eu homes u".l communitiM they hate the retpi ability of HMinti praerving and forwarding the age covenant, Tlif implications of thji covenant art to build altjrv tat children in that faith ... to l;rrp the Tortn and .: ",;v anj U'orl; for Zion'.v restoration Slid 10 lend \eu %  '! i/e everywhere, Fortunately, the climate in the poliru-nl and spiritual chmate of freedom hai permitted the fulfillment of these responsibilities. Tel All very freedom cam %  %  % % % % % %  %  %  ii funding p'oMem a to which it more effective, the tun or • their /udaism. YET IN MANY places Dr. Goldstein supplies his own answer to such anxieties As a student of Jewish survival, he sees that the 'wheel of Jewish history turns so that Jewish communities which flourish in one century may decline in another. Therefore a Jewish community must accept its good fortune with humility and with a sense ol responsibility toward its sister communities;'' sort of a Viconian view with an ethical twist The book has one main drawback, so far as its literary merit is concerned There is a great difference between the spoken and written word. and. although good writing will always hit the ear with the same quality as it does the reader's eve, the reverse is not true. Speeches are necessarily slower in pace and less complex in both thought and sentence structure; they often must depend on a fair amount of repetition to get their point across the rostrum to a large; group of people. While the listening audience finds this quite acceptable and easy lo follow, the reading audience can only be bored by the unnatural restraints imposed. That Dr. Goldstein has something to say is a mitigating circumstance, but not entirely redeeming; the difficulty of sifting through the oratory in order to get at the kernel of his thought dulls the book and places its basic value in extreme jeopardy. predicted the world would not be safe. Afar as the relations to the Jews wrc concerned, the Teutonic spirit had already manifested itself in his days. Ludwig Boerne. Heine's great German Jewish contemporary satirized the manifold restrictions on the German Jews of that day. (i>i Saturday, the fewt are forbidden to tai(e a icall; outside of the gate before sue o'clock; in the afternoon for fear that the excessive heat of the sun might harm them. Thev are prevented from using the sidewalks and forced to tali,e themselves to the fields io that their agricultural talent may be stimulated. Certain streets must be avoided also by jews, probably because the government things the poor pavements would be hard on Jews" For a time, Heine hoped that a democratic revolution might change things, but he was to despair of the Germans making a success of revolution. "Es ist verboten," he sighed. In his early years, ne had followed many other prominent German Jews to the baptismal font, but he repudiated that act completely. Greek civilization had been his ideal W. !" 'me had ,o Testament, -U-K.. U| *>re ,s HJ** Sina. appear whei on it!" "I believe j„ th mandme nts; he 'y. I keep most not work on the Swell wh>ch the led *• W a precaution, sinee know exactly whifh enth day of rest wi nothing the entire Tragedy around* ns laughter managed •^e it. He Ihouft, ought to devote half day to laughter as ligious service. The he thought was not as usually pictured. 1, God's creation, be saw the exuberance d] vine comic spirit Al_ called religious peopkl have a very high cpmj Heine had. Ill Hill HT U. IAFT — Hollywood is Busy on Biblical Themes, CtytfinentalTt M0SJK OYSHt* otherwise no toitl MILTON I nnIBM AN — Policy Decisions Bowed to German and Arab Prestige Two State Department policy decisions have Denefitted anti-Jewish elements. Many believe these policies are contrary to basic American interests. Catering to German nationalism, the State Department has facilitated parole of many dangerous Nazi war criminals. In a similar move, designed to appease Arab nationalism, the State Department sold arms to the Arabs while denying such arms to Israel. The State Department obvioush is attempting to win German and Arab favor in the struggle nst world communism. Congressmen have begun asking II American diplomacy now operateon the premise that the end Justifies the means. Recently, a group ol Nazis described by the Rusas war criminals rather than war' prisoners were returned by Moscow to West Germany, Included in the group were high ss officers responsible for massacres of civilians and part ol the SS stall ol the Sachsenhausen extermination camp V the same time. Easl German Communist authorities revived tl Id German military uniform, Jack I and all. The Kremlin is cynic.,,:., bidding for the Twentieth Century-Fox has completed "Land of the Bible, a CinemaScope featurette which, in its entirety photographed in Israel, breaks new ground in the movie industry's attitude toward the Middle East. The 30-minute color film, produced by Edmund Reek and directed by Jack Muth —the first one in the documentary field to do justice to the young democracy — against a sweepingly beautiful landscape of antiquity, in its objective and sympathetic narration, tells us of the country's history, underlining her universal significance as the cradle of three world religions. Moshe Oysher, the renowned cantor, who last year went to Germany to shoot background scenes in the ruins of the "Great Synagogue" of Berlin, now has previewed his completed motion picture in Hollywood. "Singing in the Dark," as directed by Max Nossek. is a sad mixture of Jewish suffering in Nazi concentration camps, sentimentalities and a trumped up yarn about American bookies and international gangsters, with Lawrence Tierney as the lead heavy. Cantor Oysher's rare tenor voice, his own friendship of German nationalists in the East-West power struggle for Germany. The State Department brought about release of virtually all Nazi criminals in US. custody. Only three of 73 SS men convicted of murdering American fliers at Malmedy are still imprisoned. Of the thousands of Nazis convicted of atrocities those remaining in the IS war crimes prison total 27. Twenty of the 27 were found guilty ol concentraIf K"FH sTrfMTV tion camp atrocities. The other seven murdered raptured American or Allied fliers. Today the' State Department is under violent criticism by the American Legion and other veterans organizations tor freeing fanatical Nazis who killed unarmed American prisoners. But U.S. policy planners an awaiting the earliest opportunity to' free the remaining criminals. melodic musical score. ; pleasant screen perL_ the. sole assets of a n ture whose .., r > u cotton deal became SSTtStt JB£ SSJ^ "*" "" "*" —* JE I^^T^^g gration policy, but certainly not the final answer. They complain that the fundamental wrongs of the McCarran Walter Act have been "studied to death" and that what is needed now is not delibstatement quoted here, however, is this: It "is part of Sta ement a long article previewing Russia's most recent inter'"dryavtseVs article vention, showing that Moscow had carefully laid the plans for the USSR's insistence that the Tripartite the 1950 Declaration i' ?" *' "** n an effort to prove it was n reason for the Soviet bloc's decision to sUn Z n with the Arabs on the bourse of death. era!ion but pction. The President sug pending the c.,mpIetioai new examination by f |, fj the national origins quoOj interim measures s taken. Th Presidenrtj portani interim rewail concerned the aPP'K quotas to immigration. The inl measured ed WOUld -' 'I < from A) *J -ean W preference to immi* Southern and Eastera Asia. V raf"'' ribean are;This pal verelv restrictW from'all save Noithea' ern European countwv cited as directly contra* the prol. .1 AmerifiJI phy of equity among races. Adoption of ,h Propo-salswouMmc^ tion to the I sby ^| dividual country QJ determination of 1 still be based on v* origins quota syste*



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Page 6 A i Campaigns Formulated for Outlying Areas, Professionals Outlying municipalities of Hade Heim | £*^ J ^ t fiI^S meeting was held on EHSSSS aSB^g #£B25K A kickoff brunch Sunday. Mar 4. ( repre8eBUt jvea of the Archisocial function for the group on at the home of Sidney Stiller. s J Engin eers Division held Sun(l;iv Mar. 18. marked the openmg of fund ra.Mn, %  o55*iOMl meeting x |uncnoon mr cing Friday. ,n the Fagler-Granada area, (^n£J m tu „,,,,,„ ,„ ativps outlmod s p,, lfK -al. er and Benjamin B. Rosen The Monticello Park Jewish employee, to < !"!"!" f JJJJ executive director of the center heard an iddress on worldand to ^ !" "'; n !" Greater Miami Jewish Federation. wi(k humanitarian program ot the lions to the Combined Jew. n P chanmen Mrs. Roslyn Berrin and kick off active campaigning in Mrs. Sidney Stiller. Harold Strumpi this fast-growing area. Also on ]publicity chairman, and memTuesday evening a workers meetben ol the Flagler-Granada Caming of the Surfside area group met sn cabinet Include Rabbi Leo al the home ol chairman Philip Minnie I e.nberg. OH Alt FRONW ,1_ Rosenberg, Rabbi Leon Kroniah, Herbert Berger, Louii Schwart* man. Klraim H. Gale. Albert Comanor, Maurice Pcarlstein and Mitt Miami lawyers volunteer their efforts in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown 01 a luncheon meeting at the Urmey hotel with town chairman E. Albert Pallot (seated second from right) are Aaron M. Kanner, Sam J. Heiman, Pallot and Judge Milton A. Friedman. Standing are Jack Fink, Leon Epstein, Stephen Ruskin, Lou Winter and Benedict Silverman. Pledging unified action in recruiting volunteers ior the i bined Jewish Appeal are (left to right) Rabbi Irving Leh Temple Emanu-El; Rabbi Leon Kroniah, Temple Beth SI and Rabbi Joseph Narot, Temple Israel. Congregatiom l Dade county seek to enroll workers in final effort to CJA goal of $1,725,000. Miami Congregations Join Campaign To Assure Completion of '56 CIA its own membership to j maximum pledges to the Cm. | Jewish Appeal to facilitate, ment of many hundreds of I required in the remaining of the campaign, each co tion will has.delivered lt| official CJA w.luntews J ment cards to !*• included^ congregation mailings di month of March: all cong and temple bulletins will a prominent portion of tl letins to an announcemaU "CJA Month" and the critiojf for volunteer^ to iiive a fetl of their leisure time to sail overseas. To direct the four-point (0. and (oVow-up on specific e tion of each of the four ph Congregational Council is] pointed to act aa liaison f between the CJA campaigned Federation officials and ill In fu'l recognition of the crisis facing world Jewry, Greater Miami congregations have joined with Jewish leaders to launch a strong, hard-hitting and unified drive to aid the purposes of the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal. Following a planning session la>t week attended by rabbis, presidents and representatives of all synagogues and temples, the group set forth a four-point program de(I to mobilize every Jewish man. woman and child during the month of March in the major, allinclusive humanitarian campaign. The four-point plan, agreed to in substance by every representative, included: Sermons and announcements from the pulpit by all rabbis designating March as "CJA Month" in Greater Miami; each congregation will become a campaign unit within itself and undertake the job of insuring complete coverage of gious groups. Dinner event at the Algiers hotel Tuesday. Mar. 13, will launch Combined Jewish Appeal activities in the Building Division. Shown planning the affair are John Serbin, chairman of Business and Professions unit, Col. Nathan B. Rood, chairman of Building Division, David Fleeman and Maurice Ciovitz. Israel Danger Spurs CJA Campaign Here for Record $1,725,000 Goal rail's heroic people prepare to dcfend their freedom %  gainst the threat of aggression which has been heightened by the Communist arming ol I Q pi. they are determined to make every sacrifice to take in and absorb the scores Of thousands of North African Jews fleeing tension and danger. The people of Israel will not close their doors to their fellow Jews who come knocking." Kickoff campaigns in outlying municipal areas, in the planning staee for several weeks, dispensed j with all further meetings and rolled into action at once. Campaigning began immediately in the Flagler-Granada area, in Surfside, in the South Dade area, Stillwater Drive area and Monticello Park. Coral Gables begins next week. With Israel facine the danger of imminent all-out attack and the eyes of the entire nation focused on the progress of the local cam n, Sam .1. Heiman this week called upon all divisions of the < i mbined Jewish Appeal to renew their efforts to reach the 19M goal. Heiman pointed out that the crisis campaign was still approximately $600,000 short of its goal, and he urged the Jewish community to gird its energies and manpower to raise this amount in a final, sacrificial effort. "This is a crucial hour in the lives of the people of Israel — and they face a future even darker than the decisive days of 1948." said Heiman, who is chairman of the 1956 drive. "But even as IsSolicitation Plan Extended Here F.mployecs solicitation plans in behalf Of the Combined Jewish Appeal have been Initiated in five j major business firms in the Greater Miami area, it has been announced by John Serbin. chairman ol the Business and Professions Division. Newest organization to begin a payroll deduction program to facilI fair share plan by employee ss iNational Brands Corp. An ording to Sam and Jerry Blank. 100 percent coverage was achieved immediately through the new plan The Army-Navy stores, headed by Aaron Kravitz and William Weintraub, have also initiated the payroll deduction plan for employees contributing to CJA. Directing the solicitation is Sheldon Edwards. At the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, the employees solicitation is conducted by Nat Cans. a veteran CJA campaigner. Martin Stein is in charge of a similar plan in the Food Stores Started last year after the plan was originally adopted in the Weinkle'a Liquor Stores, h, by Leo ( haikin and Howard lvid man Beth David Congregation called a quick conference of their steering committee for Sunday, Mar 10. at 10:30 a.m. A second workers' meeting was called for Miami volunteers for Mar. 18. Fund raising events have been pushed forward. Some have been postponed, others shifted, to accelerate completion of the drive The Building Trades dinner, orifr mally scheduled several weeks hence, will be held Tuesdav evening, Mar. 13. at the Alg,ers hotel. 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March 9, 1956 + .leUHhrlrnnri Page 7B '. correspondence courses, a circulating library and its monthly bulletin, "Family Life.". It has ajao a staff of 80 counsellors engaged in giving help to people with personal problem-.. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais i-. heading hostesses. 9 in chai >* 1*1 and Mrs. Charles Fidelman (center), sident of Israelite Center, will present Saoll of Law to the Center at a Siyum ah Sunday evening, Mar. 11. The entation includes Silver Crown. Ch'airof the affair is Max Parness (right), religious chairman of the Center. Guest speakers will include Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Zamora Jewish Center, and Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Temple Zion. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Israelite Center spiritual leader, looks on. I Mrs. Aaron Farr, president, this week revealed that Dr. J^ul Popenoe, director of the American Institute of Family Relations. Los Angeles', will be gueM speaker at the first evening meeting of the I the list of Conference •Jewish Women's Mr, Leonard Glasser it Organifationsof Dade and Broward; 0 f arrangements, and Mrs. Z £S"" Thursday, Mar. 15. a. Bailey will provide the dec Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs A Frank u ,.,,,„, ,, Mooting is being eo-eponaored chairman. I by the Greater Miami Council of I Churches, and Dr. Popenoe will be introduced by Mrs. Leon Kronish. who is a board member of the Department of Marriage Education of the Council of Churches, as well as a member of CJWO. Dr. Popenoe is general director of the American Institute of Family Relations, which he founded in 1930 to serve as an educational center and information bureau in connection with problems of heredity, sex, love, marriage and parenthood. The Institute carries look forthe Milkboy on Iht box and wrapper Neon Unlimited Brings $50,000, Goal in Sight for Ladies Samuel Simonhoff. cam-, "Israel has not enjoyed a peace-1 bined Jewish Appeal, commended | chairman ol the \\ omens f u l day in eight years." the mili-1 workers for i, Combine! Jewish Appeal, tary leader said, "and there is litday revealed thai nearly has hern pledged in this exceeding l>v 25 percent [ig ire set last year, at tfd annual "Luncheon Cnin Hian i Beach auditor!IKtion Wii '. i I las! week, _i 1.500 top women leaders attendance. fipal speaker was Lt. CoL their generosity in previous campaigns and for their or possibility for future own plus-gifts made in this War may coin.' within emergency drive over and above Israel contributions given by their husbands. Reviewer to be Honored Special plans are now being I made by Mrs. Donald Murray, co-! ordinator for the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah book review series, to honor Mrs. I. M. Weln-' stein, reviewer for the past seven years, during the final review of the season. Affair will be at the i Roosevelt theatre on Mar. 13. tie sign peace." the next may be over-run by her Arab neighbors, but Israel will never again bo conquered, she firmly indicated. "Greatest concern today of world Jewry is the hazardous situation in North Africa where nearly "The Women's Division quota of $170,000 is now withfn sight," said Mrs. Simonhoff, addressing the huge gathering of CJA women. "I now call upon every woman in Dade county who has not yet made her personal contribution in this 100,000 Moroccan Jews live in conBerman, of the Israel Worn-;.start threat of personal danger as I crisis campaign, to come forward L-my. who told the women I result of the shifting control of powand do so as soon as possible." that "brat l eeks peace er from French to Arab governopportunih to build her: menf," Col. Berman said. "These ny, strengthen her nation families wish to emigrate to Israel i forward earing as guesi of the CJA Col. Berman declared A colorful highlight of the meeting' was presentation for the first time of a dramatic cantata entitled "What is Torah?" featuring a cast of 65 persons including at once and unless this emergency immigration receives funds quick,y, M T? can %" TY shor ^ ly ^ i the Temple" BetTsh^nT^sSster noughaKgresMve arms have|* ut off f rom %  aid bv %  "Desert hood choral Group cantors Jacob oured into Egypt by Com-! C urtam —more impenetrable than Bornsteini Bere i e Kelemer and Irvnations to start another \ my n Curtain I ing Robinson, and Mrs. Mae Weinftar. and thai the greatest Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president stein. EL d r 1" Ul "?!' bV N y est ". o f the year-round Women's Divi-1 Cantor Samue K elemer was feaC a Hr ,hc,r refusal s,on of Federation, sponsor of the tured so ois and director of the tier defensive arms. annual affair in behalf of Com production. ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION Dr. Kori Roller OPTOMETRIST 3637 N.W. 17th AVE. IN ALLAPATTAH Phone NE 5-7184 For Appointment OPEN EVENINGS Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-3595 MILKBOY it made in Switzerlandthat genuine imported Swijs Gruyere just right for •ho YIDDISHEN GESHMAK Ses, Men Join In Leap Year Fete I for a Day will be crownjjk latest styles in men's lill be shown at a "Leap Nance scheduled by Rooeepplc 33, Pythian Siaten, W'. at Dora August hall. 500 ^ ve. i Burke fashion will present show. apparel, as well as sportswear and beachwear. David Cypress, Lewis Pomerantz. Manny ftudes. Marvin Anderson, Bernard Kaplan and Ben Brandt, all members of Roosevelt lodge 177, Knights of Pythias, will serve all as models. Coordinating the fashImported I ion show are Mrs. Bernard Kap-. 1 color and de-'lan and Mrs. David Cypress. red in evening 0" only THE VERY BES SANITARIUM „ 'ACUITIES !" "ai B. Pinki Adhering to the Leap Year l theme of the party, the ladies will present a skit giving their version of what transpires at a men's lodge meeting. Mrs. Martin Knobel is play chairman. IT'S KEW .. IT'S DELICIOUS! THE ONLY GEF.LLTE FISH WITH lanag no, IMNN Sisterhood Funds for School Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel Northside Center will hold a smorgasbord dance at the Allapattah Lions club. 4343 NW 17th ave on Saturday evening. Funds are for: the Center's religious school. Imagine! You can serve the most taste-tempting Gefillte Fish in a delicious jelled broth right from the jar no waitrne... no freezing... no fuss! At your grocer now! Write today for FREE ROKEACH PASSOVER RECIPE BOOKLET and 8-DAY MENU to P. 0. Box 711 J, Flushing. N.V. I. ROKEACH I SONS, INC., Now York, N.Y., Farmingdale, N.J., Toronto at your dairy meals and supper spreads — the perfect treat for "icebox goniffs". Here it is —Milkboy! Not just Gruyrrt, but ihe very finest there ii, fresh mad* in Switzerland and imported by Bordcn to please the Yiddishen to'am. Keep Milkboy Brand handy — so delicious, nourishing and easy to serve with soups, salads, in sandwiches, end for betwecn-meol snacks. And, of course, a terrific treat for icebox goniffs. Gel Milkboy at your grocers today! Distributed by the B0RDEN CHEESE COMPANY 'ME PUT I.OII CIRAINS INSTEAD OF ,OI3 I! OF SALT IN THE STEW FOR. PER-rtTCTION FOOD, IT'S --IN y 8 RESTAURANT / PANTRY • (o74lt 4 COLLINS MIAMI BEACU • i



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Page 4 A i&ncrk&w wjemsti florid'a* 1 Published v#py Friday sine* 1927 by {• Floridian %  130 N. E Sixth Street, Miami 1J, Entered as second-class matter July 4. 1930. at t Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of Marcn The Jewish Floridian has absorued W %  '•*'• and the Jewish Weekly. Member of tnaJawii B raphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. iae News Service. National Editenal Assooat.on can Association of Engliah-Jewiah Newspapers, Press Association. Jewish Florida, he Post 3, 1879. h Unity h TeleWorld, Amer. Florida FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editoi OFFICE and PLANT 120 N E. Sjj* Sire., Adar 26, 5716 ... n Number 10, Volume 30 Friday, March 9, 1956 $5.00 TURNING INTO II MISS H[|[ By P. NIU* I ual felt emotionally conn,, The drift to the suburbs on the l of"Ve^e^v|f 0 S u V!* Changing Attitude in Near East Reflects the British Failure ^ _-i ll^b (nrmOT Arob COIT1Any discussion about the changing scene in the Near East today must be sheer speculation. Suffice it to say, there is now sufficient reason to consider the possibility that the United States and Great Britain will have to enter upon a new era of feeling so far as Israel and the Arab nations are concerned. their hearts against their former Arab comrades Thus even came Sir Anthony s suggests that the Near East controversy since the; establishment of the State of Israel has been principally the fault of the Arab League. With American flags torn down by noting Jordanians and with Glubb Pasha told to go home, the West may now have little alternative but to mend its fences and look toward Israel The need for a change in the West's attitude has come upon the shifting scene so rapidly but to mend its fence, anai .. £ !" ~£Jj that any evaluation of it must be tentative at as a harbinger of free aspiration in the troume spot best. But it is safe to cor^cture that the Soviet Union—this times less obviously than in other areas of the world—plays a major role. It is equally safe to say that we, as guardians of the free peoples of the earth, have lost a pivotal round in the cold war with the forces of Communism—a loss that first became manifest But this observation is, at least on its face, naive. There is more to the problem than that for the change in policy-it change there will now bedoes not stem from a sudden recognition of the justice of Israel's position all along. Rather it is the result of the almost total rejection X-hoalia^ r up, on nana American set can secularism, the of material s Uccess prompted him to an £ to a conscious, resentment his Jewish family tie*,,, But moving from the Jewish neighborhood to urbs often represents a reversal of attitude on the' the young Jewish couple cases there are no distinctW neighborhoodi n the su(, Jews being scattered there among non-Jew. %  sudden the young Jewish with children to bring up that they cannot take the family for granted, tak leave them as I he mood n them. Suddenly the comes to them that they out teUow-Jews, it the a here mumsm—a loss mai iusi uetume muuww ..-...-. .. — M„„, r„ ol nn H tho when Egypt, in September 1955, publicly anof Western prestige in he Near Ea a d the ~ = !" 0 „ t ,itr. RAH. apparent need for Western leaders to accept what they must surely consider to be "second best." nounced its arms arrangement with Red dominated Czechoslovakia. Despite Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' dangerously misleading and deliberately obfuscatory testimony before a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing some ten days ago, in which Mr. Dulles assured the American people that Soviet policy is failing even as ours is succeeding, we have been forced —in an embarrassingly brief matter of hours to recognize the very opposite of this position. Glubb Pasha or John Bagqt Glubbis no longer with us. This is to say that he no longer represents British prestige in Transjordan. The British leader of this Arab nation's military forces was ousted from his post last weekend. Simultaneously, Syria publicly suggested the adoption of a new Jordanian policy refusal to accept further payment of the 22-odd million dollar gratuity annually sent Amman by London. Thus, the cycle is closed; the hand is now hacked away that once rocked the cradle and nurtured the destiny of this Arab political fiction—that carved Transjordan out of the sands of Palestine along about 1922 in order to confuse Zionist ambition and further to strengthen ih control there. Thus came the cries from Prime Minister S.i Anthony Eden early this week that Britons may soon have to harden Gilbert Balkin Passes Away Miami mourns the tragic loss of Gilbert Balkin. who died Monday at the age of 38. Mr. Balkin, who constantly strived to live the very significance of his professional position as director of the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will be remembered for his active sponsorship of and participation in all human relations endeavor. It was Mr. Balkin's aim to make a personal matter for all who came into contact with him of the highest aspirations of the organization to which he devoted himself. In this sense, Mr. Balkin was respectfully regarded by the Jewish and non-Jewish community alike. Ever mindful of the need to advance the dignity of man, he unassumingly brought honor to himself and grace to his people. The added complication is the Soviet role. It is clear that Syria an unbelievably destitute country will sponsor Jordan's 22-odd million dollar gratuity per annum throuqh Moscow's treasury now that London has been denied the j privilege. This, combined with Eqyptian ac-j ceptance of Soviet assistance and with de facto if not de jure rejection of the Baghdad Pact means a new Near East in which the United States and Great Britain will have little if nothing to say. Suddenly, within a matter of days. Israel has become'lor Washington and London the only pro-Western force in an otherwise Arab-Soviet axis—a fact that most observers recognized a long time ago. If this picture is correct, then it has emerged in the nick of time. For Israel, pressed to the wall as she is, must defend herself at all cost against mountinq Arab hostility. Heretofore, her defensive measures have met with disapproval at best and United Nations censure at worstcensure led by Western determination to maintain Arab "friendship" even to the point of sacrificing moral integrity. It now remains to see whether Israel will be able to capitalize on this drastically shifting situation. Until now, Jewish State leaders have failed abysmally in their efforts to split the fiction of the Arab League by advancing the inherent animosity one Arab nation feels for another; their foreiqn policy has also failed actively to capture the fancy of Western sympathy toward their pioneering spirit and democratic uniqueness in a feudal Near Eastern world. When it was a matter of choice between Israeli democracy and Arab duplicity, the latter continually won out. Perhaps Israelbecause of the West's own and unfortunate failures now has a chance to help the chips fall elsewhere. CJA Calls for Volunteers The month of March has been proclaimed "CJA Month" by Greater Miami Jewry. This means that the entire period will be dedicated to the launchinq of a "second campaign" within the first in a supreme effort to reach the 1956 goal of the Combined Jewish Appeal. With so much at stake in this year's effort, campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman this week called for a corps of hard-working volunteers to help mobilize the funds needed. He called this the most critical drive launched in Greater Miami since 1948 "simply because the people of Israel are faced with a deadly peril. With the Communists pouring arms into Egypt, the question for them becomes one of simple survival." It is up to the Jewish community here to see that Federation's urgent appeal for volunteer workers will be answered with a resounding promise of assistance. part of American Jews, if wc are to believe reports from quite authoritative sources, is now becomInf something of a mass movement. Hy the tens of thousands former big-city dwellers are moving out to the less crowded places that are not too far from the metropolitan centers. There in the suburbs they acquire one-family houses surrounded by a plot of land, with a lawn and some trees. Being mostly young parents from the middle income group, these suburban dwellers feel that in their new locations they can get better schooling and recreational facilities for their children and more space for themselves. The drift of American Jews to the suburbs is part of thr general American drift in this direction. Tinil the first thing to be borne in mind in attempting to urns the j tain "" sonu ,„ significance of this trend for the which bound them in the future development of American i t an j c w .), neighbor! Jewry. Tb<' Jewish suburban set-' tlenient is primarily the result of the general prosperity and the higher standard of living which America has been enjoying since World War II A very large percentage of people. Gentiles a.s well aJewi now have incomes sufficiently high to-cnablc them to indtalge in suburban living, to meet the mortgage Ud other payments incidental to owning one's own home, the expense of paying for and running an automobile, and so on. The drift to the suburbs is a middle-income, middle class movement, not at all a movement of city workers who move to the country to become farmers or part-farmers. As such, it does not signify a I change from urban to rural psychology on the part of the new suba gain j n j ew j sn conscii ; u rbaniU's. even though their pri-! Jewish awarenesi This \ately-owncd homes may be sur\ o i w hich fhe young Jewi rounded by a lawn, aome trees andi was un aware because it perhapalso a substantial garden. 1 0 f t he atmosphere in whi if there is space enough and the; in tm? big city but of whldi land isn't too expensive. The new |( jenlv becomes omscioui' suburbanite, who in most cases is DO n-JewiefJ hereof a commuter to the metropolis. url) mUf j a |. 0 | ea d to I is linked to !> %  big city bv aJl| ncM tlut this "famib;''! sorts Ol tieFurthermore his own ] M sublimatcl. must becOBK suburb is more likely than not to J j sh eultural-religi have a population large enough to q-| Us ,| ut s not take on the character of a city tni rather than a village. If we bear these things in mind. the significance of the present-day American Jewish drift to the suburbs |i not as revolutionary. Insofar as American Jewish hie is concerned, a.s some people make it out to be it has its importance, no doubt, but it represents an evolutionary development in American Jewish life rather than a complete Inhere they could just be4 break with the past. It docs not amorp hous Jewish signify the adoption of a completely new way of living and thinking on the part of the new Jewish suburbanites. which it never occurred to sever completely. Thei feeling takes „n greateri^. They become lonesome for] Jews, whom they seek on find. They organist a :.n&[ gious center They makes \i-ion for the Jewish eia their children. As a result oil heightened Jewish emotion,! conscious intellectual atl ward Judaism undergoes; in a more favorable din spite all their former about religion On the whole, thereto present movement of >oa Bjtea and prolessional Jeti| distinctly Jewish net] into the suburbs, while sents a loss ol Jewish ":? in this country makes Jewish arrivals in tl come the sort of culurafl gioiisly educated and id .lews which we would hket be. But it does mean that I suburbs the) are at li fronted with a deH0sV-W| or not to remain Jews, a they did not have to mall big-city Jew ish Ktf Yet for several reasons this drift to the suburbs does have its importance for the American Jewish community and its future development. First of all it means the abandonment of old-established Jewish gbettoes, if you will—which had created in this country for about I half a century a series oj .Jewish enclaves, i Jewish geography which had given rise to a Jewis atmosphere that enveloped the individ ual. Unconsciously the young Jewish person living in those neighborhood was affected by Jewish traditions, by Jewish.ways of living But wc musnT forget that very often the young Jewish son or daughter of immigrant parents living in these distinctly Jewish neighborhoods was in revolt against these Jewish traditions and wa living which teemed to him to clash with the American pattern of thought and conduct. While on the one hand the young Jewish individmark of whose Jew* was that it ate bagel-aa breakfast. Fortunately for the W American Jewish group. t*J Jew in the suburbs decided large, to remain within group. This decision with, rather than i Jewish community easier one for h.m to rMj II, his non Jewish neU though they may be-aadl they are—friendly, were up differently ind H n0 matter to become intWP, them. It isn't only, or ev All I ,h l*f new Jewish *JJ country A. ch. J <* the future of Judaism"" 1 States.



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,.March signer Tries /Method Eh Appeal, this week anThat Nat Cans, a member firfiopolitiin Life Insurance ^Vouarter Million Dollar Sd initiate-.! a unique sohciplan for CJA. i veteran campaigner in nce Division for many *£ conducting a one-man km within the staff of his anre organization, it was 'properlv indoctrinate the jnior in the worldwide aid „n supported by their gifts. also conducts informal tint session-" with his fellow L.. He reporti a keen de)'n the part of prospects to CJA when they learn that irate CWIses arc included in jingle contribution. erman said Wednesday he ether insurance agencies renduct similar solicitation among their employees and peed up hidivision's efforts ise their quota of $8,000 in fear's campaign. The divi%  a.ved $5500 last year. lion's Economists feistic on U.S. fings Tendencies optimistic outlo ik for the pi Saving '• %  \-sociain this well a> in -is being i conomiste, ffing to C. 1 nts, presi(f the Chasi I i deral Savings • \-- ition menu red;' last week a two-day conference with rment officials in WashingThe Miami Beach financier is Imber of a IS Savings and 1 League committee appointed Bdy the Federal Home Loan I system. t the moment there is a defined towardless spending bore savin? by people throuphp countn." ci.-ments said. result, there will be more K for mortg ige investment. parly tstin %  made at the of the year on the lit of monc> Mr. ted to be le thi. r arc being 1 upward fwl.v in \\ ton seems teany Ihou.h' r ,| further re|ions on mori credit. Inline feeling to prevail TayckaiiGi • to be made ^Pre>ent set (hey will be fcrm (,i |, restrictions." pioneer v ..,, Bl ach in Nf with the USSLL cornwere repn ntativea of the L lor S r '.mmittee on Mononuc Report; the Presi££* ol Ironomic AdP-ooard members of the Fedl^en-e Bank an d Federal Wnh D k s >' sten ; and W. Kr L nder secma • We the savings and loan "" I : ing in the naRabbi Her son Scheduled In Series on Radio Rabbi Abraham Herson, spiritual leader of Tifereth Israel Northside Center, will discuss "Love Toward Mankind" over radio station WGBS Sunday morning at 9:15 a.m. The program is sponsored by the Association of Florida Rabbis. Rabbi Herson will also appear on Mar. 18 and Mar. 25 at the same time to discuss "Charity" and "Passover." tion's economic picture. The committee is studying the association's present activities, and planning for future growth. The addition of three new officers and the promotion of another at Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami Beach has been announced by Clements. Robert J. Swick. manager of the Chase 41st st. office, has been promoted from assistant secretary to assistant vice president. New officers are Charles M. Smith, mlttant secretary, and John D. Walther. and George W. N Ryals, assistant treasurers! All officers and directors were reelected. In addition to Clements, officers include C. L. Clements. Jr.. executive vice president; Walter B. Wilson, vice president; William Sweeting, vice president-treasurer; L. Mark DeHass, secretary: Harry N. Klngaberjr; assistant vice president; Robert E. Day. assistant vice ulent-comptroller; Richard C. iTalton, assistant vice president; JRuth S. Eunice, as-istant seeretajry; Thomas Merrell. asvteteJIt secretary; Stephen J. Waters, Jr., assistant treasurer. Directors include C. W. Chase. Jr., Clements, Sr., Clements, Jr., I. Lloyd Farrey, August Geiger, M. F. Pafford, Robert A. Peterson. Catchings Therrel, Jerome A. Turlell and F. Lowry Wall. Chase Federal maintains three offices on Miami Beach and has recently opened an office in the North Dade area at 1366 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach. 1KNCI 2T F rench Teach AD "IT$ AND CHILDREN *-49t] *AAN AT HOME W22i 1 "* ,|, w r LIFE l" fe Nor,. ,,e ""n "v. [ *bi T to Qr 'I 5 1 ""' '" th. V ,r m lh,ir l. b th.„. e % r Ur Miami ^ J h,£ r ? d aic 'on. .toll. £"?* %  Tffl* *•* '" your Til !" r.n c ^ r '? ••••ntl.l. ,h *M ,21. % re >r Divorce hn. been filed %  KiinKt you. anil you are required to %  erve ii cop) of youi Anewei or Plead Ina; to th.Kill of Complaint on in* Plalniiff'a Attomeya, COl'RSHOS .vKINK. E8Qa, MS I.m.. in Road, Miami llrach, norhln. and file ihe lnl Anawer or ricacllne; I" "'•' off|.-. of thr Clerk of tin. drcull the th day of April, II ••; if ran fail to do ao, juade County, Morlda llv l( II Kli-K. JIL nl Court Seal) Deputy <-l*rk OlKHHON HNK Attomeya for Plaintiff •06 Un.oln Road. Miami Beach, FU. I/V-U-M-SO Men's Club, Teen Agers To Vie in Ball Contest Saturday night at North Miami Senior High, is the time and place set for a basketball game between the teenagers and Men's club of Beth Emeth. Diane Weiss will lead the Beth Emeth pre-teens club when they act as cheer leaders for the Beth Emeth Men's club. Passover Seders (Kosher Style) Conducted by SIDNEY GREENRERG Prolesfor of Hebrew and Director of Education •f TEMPLE RETH SHOLOM So'ofisf and 0r§amist HOTEL MARCH 26th I 27th SI 7 per Person for Roth Nights FOR RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE JE 8 0811 Soul Herman t AN INVITATION TO RETIRED PEOPLE! te LIVE HAPPILY ON $85 A MONTH this includes ALL MEALS HOTEL ROOM yen art welcome to inspect HOTEL BELLEVUE 407 N. 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Gilbert Balkin, Florida ADL Director, Dead at 38 Following Long Illness Balkin. 3ft FinriH !" .s.. : _. • Paoe 3 A Gilbert J. Balkin. 38, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, died Monday afternoon following a long illness. He lived in Miami Beach at 611 86th st. Mr. Balkin was active in the field of human relations throughout Florida, often speaking at brotherhood workshops at the Universities of Florida and Miami. He gained state-wide recognition for his efforts to bring the activi. ties of the Ku K.ux KL ouMnto j „.' MrTSe BalkTld the open, and for legislation deer, Norman the intergroup education committee of the Dade county schools, Oade County Council on Community Relations. South Florida Historical Association, Temple EmanutA, St. Louis Alumnae and was District 5 B'nai Brith public relations chairman. Survivors include his wife, Revella; a daughter, Joan Liberty; and two sons, Louis Ellis and David Marshall. ^addition, he leaves his motha brothGIIBIM BALKIN Lnoff Miller, Retired tor, lived Here 28 Years feman H. Miller, 88. died Mar. a local hospital. He came to %  mi 28 yearago from Chicago I lived at 1920 SW 18th ave. a retired wholesaler of plumbing tplies and a retired realtor, Mr. |lerwas a member of B'nai B'rith I Temple Israel. _> is survived by his wife, Lena; daughters. Mrs. Goldye NadMiami, and Mrs. Sylvia Fine. icinnati; ami a son, Louis, of fcadia. He also leaves four ndchildren. Services were Mar. 4 at Gordon's teral Home, with burial in viand Memorial Park. signed to curb its expansion. In June, 1955, a state anti-discriminatory advertising law was enacted by the Legislature largely through the efforts of Mr. Balkin, a leading force behind the bill. He was graduated magna cum laude from the University of Mi Services were Wednesday in the Miami Beach Elks dub, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Burial was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery Rabbi in Warning SLM5 T a Bach ,0 ; fch*^ J S^"5S^J l S: gree in law^ He was granted the kashruth. Wednesday issued a v\ B rsS g aTst fr LTu.7 aSh,ngt0n ^ISTP *** h !"!" 'V u, n ,1 to make arrangements for PassJUS' Mr M Ba,k,n D wa, ifleeted over or the Sedorim before inmSfSafSSi Beach A od ^ ui • !" de of an ordained ith, and was named presi-; rabbi regarding the kashruth of mtor Viqoda Will ficiate Passover Completely air conditioned Marlies hotel, on the ocean at 18th Miami Beach, will present £ld famouCantor Samuel Vila and his choir during Passwr services and sedurim. under the personal supervision |Abe defter, the Marseilles hois also supervised by Rabbi or Stern. Beth Jacob Vaad Hahruth, and Rabbi Joseph Rackky, Greater Miami Vaad Hakashissover stay at the Marseilles include breakfast, lunch, deJ dinner and late evening snack, [the benefit of guests, there will I be dancing and entertainment • Don Alfonso and his orchesI floor shows and feature movb* Marseilles has an Olympic liming pool and private beach. dent of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith in 1955. He was author of published articles on human relations themes, including, "Miami Beach Hits Bias," 'Terror by Bombing — A Challenge to Democracy" and the "St. Petersburg Story." Mr. Balkin was identified with the facilities." Bern Leaves Post For Florida State U. Joseph Bern, executive director of the Miami Beach Apartment Association, this week resigned from his post to enter the interdivisional program in marriage and family day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dora Puchkoff. 1550 SW 16th ave. Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz, of the University of Miami faculty, will discuss: "Hebrew — Ancient Modern Language." Mrs. A. I. IshJon will discuss current events. Mrs. Ethel Shore presides. KV. WM. W. LIPSON Mohef Telephone 9-6308 Oneg Shabbof Scheduled ~. _. ,. |— ---O-%  !" "ISC mill I ,11111 IV Oneg Shabbat program of Golda counseling at Florida State UniverMyerson club will be held Satur-, sity. Bern will work toward a PhD degree in this field. He currently holds the Masters degree in social work from Tulane University and has filled executive positions with leading social work agencies throughout the country. These include the Boys' and I Girls' Aid Society of Los Angeles county, San Diego Probation De] partment, Los Angeles Jewish Community Centers Association, Houston Jewish Community Center, New York City Detention Center for Juveniles and others. The 28-year-old PhD candidate is founder and past president of the Greater Miami Hillel Alumni Association and recently served on tbe Florida Bar juvenile court and social legislative committees. He is a graduate attorney, former member of the editorial board of Miami Law Quarterly and author of "The Summary of Jurisprudential Thought from the Greeks to the Year 1950." APARTMENT OWNERS Wa ore making 2nd mortgage leans from $5,000 to $50,000 on apartment bouses. Lowest closing cost. PHONE MR. SPEAR AT 82-6414 World Mortgage Service 217 ROPER BUILDING To Honor Joseph frees Weekly Histadrut luncheon on Monday noon. Mar. 12. at the Raleigh hotel will be dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Free in honor of their golden wedding anniversary. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of North Shore Jewish Congregation will be guest speaker. Zipporah Glickson, noted Jewish actress, will give several readings. Dr. Ishlon Will Speak Ben Gurion Branch of Farband will meet Wednesday evening. Mar. 14, at Beth El Congregation. Dr. A. I. Ishlon will discuss "Fifty Years of the Labor Zionist Movement." President of the organization is Irving M. Sachs. GMJCC Appoints Sands Supervisor Robert Sands has been appointed physical education supervisor of the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Already on the Job, Sands is in charge of all athletic activities in town for children, teenagers, young adults and adults. Announcement was made Wednesday by GMJCC officials. He received his Bachelors degree in physical education from the University of Miami in 1953. Sands also has had experience as the director of a summer day camp and instructor at the Coral Gables health club. NEW BUILDING Plantation Kev w S 5 .£r LE K?.. SOUTH OF MIAMI "W 2-story bldg., hat 12 stores of vanous sues, restaurant and bar ready 12Z>. .**.: L vin 0 quarters upstairs. 490 1 of U.S. *1 by 120" deep, rear faces paved county road. Plenty of park.no. Building according to Dade County Code, owner needs money, will sacrifice $65,000 will handle, balance at 6. interest, no principal payments the first year. S? ,£ F M'OHWAY FRONTAGE by 120 deep for M8.50 per front h^H e x "" ent 'e &f <" %  9f station; hold balance for investment. 400FEET OCEAN FRONTAGE by 1250 to highway. Beautiful site for motel and homesites Highest tract ocean frontage on Plantation *ey. deep water short distance out. Eacnfice $50,000 cash. JAMES M. HESS, Realtor 10503 S. Dixie Highway PHONE MO 7-0731 ?O t %'e. AUGUST BROS fcw U i>u> UK KT *" Is the BES7 D AUGUST BROS ftv: Is the BEST.' *for a BRIGHTER, CLEANER PASSOVER ROKIACH KITCHEN SOAP 1 The finest in soap and cleaning products lor Passover. Kosher Soap made with 100* Coconut Oil... So pure, so kind to your hands makes Aluminum and dishes sparkle' REACH FOR 86 YEARS 16 PRODUCTS KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Send far FKEE Passover Recipe Booklet maj 8-Day Menu to P.O. Box 7114, Flushing, N.Y. I. ROKEACH i SONS. INC.. 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Page 6 B D. let Powell sings proclamation desiqnatinq Mar. 7 JRT Day in Miami Beac u mayor earlier this week, were ass 3RT Day in Miami Beach. Left to right, Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller, presilistint; Lorber Chapter Sponsors Patient Throe thOMttd <• I-"',he coal >•! caring for one child for a was recent)) tm\ by the LorlW chapter ol Jewish N.itional Home tor Asthmatic children to the National Roma h Dawa* as p;irt of their annual purae This figure was to be announced bj Mrs Harold Solomon, preaident, at .1 regular meetini Thursday al Harvie's restauraal ii,, presenti) hai 11 h Idren 11 to norm al ht institutlon. the benefits %  am ol pi ial and entOtiOMl care in addition to a ce ebratlon of I nth an: ilk by ha I I •' Baldi, \ p.. • %  for the D scheduled. Memtheir donors will i es ts i •' • chapter Mar. ~2 f „ %  ial donor luncheon al el. Wedding Booklet Made Availi A new booklet. "The Jewish Wedding." is bernp distribute 1 by rt Distillers Company help to young people who are plan ning marriage, it was announced hy Tubie Itesnik, executive vice president oi Calvert. The booklet, written by Ruth Jacobs Jewish television star and new-paper columnist, explains the ancient Jewish rituals and modern-1 da] etiquette and how to make the l .— Film on Jewish Life young at • Heart group, senior !ot Temple Beth Sholom. • will hold an open meeting on Tucv Ma, Mar. 13. in the Temple, Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, Sis] terbood president, will present a film on current Jewish life. arrangement(or the L_ Intended for eat erers u tat*hkh has a fore^ 1 signed to .„d caterer, Ja QuesUons of couple, Wt jH the wedding day. Service Delivery PRISCRiPTION PHAI COMPUTE 0I M MKKlHtWMUnuai HOTEL PHARMACY UNCOIN t ALTON MIAMI DEACB Phono JE 1442} r'Vs^'Ww'V r*WV ASTO Kl HOTEL WASHINGTON AVENUE & TENTH STREET, MIAMI BUCK Fine Accommodations for Passover Holidays of Very Attractive Rales .nayer earner this week, were mm. uanie: :ieui niun, F J <==>.denl of Greater Miami chapter. Women's American CRT; rvinq Till president and membership chairman; • Mrs. Samuel Pollack, president of Miami Beach afteroon chapter. .'.= %  • %  Vv.^tzct on Will Fete Rcths Bikur Chi ; : I Of Miami will hold lt^ iversary dinner at the Dil lay ever::' 14. Honored will be Mr and Mrs Hyman Both, founders "t the • The Roth> are long-time restLong Beach, N V and where they have ired in numerous civic and philthropic programs. \winter visitors to M :i !• r many years, Mr w the necessil non-profit, non-sectarian the sick and m • illm • during their conn i pleasant rf u Z •• r, president, explain) d this Roth dful oi civic-minded under her uidance, .on \i' Mrs. Isidore Cohen, B I i m Kosher i Home now numbers gome members. Former Miami Harold Turk assi % %  in drawing up the organization's rter Debs Yorth Pick Frances Lazarus %  i< Debs chapter, B*naJ n the Algiers hot! I Sunday afternoon. other officers ol the chapter named include Carol Meyers, tirvt Mir president; Linda Frank, second vice president; Rc.-ha Levitt, treasurer I.oretta Bernstein, recording secretary: Call Katz. corresponding secretary; Hazel Miller, sergeantat arms; Muriel Naurison. chaplain; Stephanie Gladstone and Tootsie Krisel; and Betty Barnett, historian. Sidney Efronsos, chairman of BBYO board of directors and president of Coral Cables lodge, was installing officer. Mrs. Joseph J. Herman is chapter advisor • s^ — .. — TRADITIONAL SERVICES HELD BV WELL KNOWN CANTO. FOR RESERVATIONS CALL JE 8 2 41 n Under Management of Mr. and Mr. A Berg PASSOVER SEDERS conducted h -i 'Hour Has Come' Theme Of Hebrew Academy Women "The Hour Has Come' was the program feature at a meeting of Hebrew Academy Women, Wednesday noon, m the Ritz Plaza hotel. Based on the historical significance of the Passover holiday, the %  '" monthly skit was dramatised bj MrJoseph American affairs and United NaRackovsky and MrSam Fuchs, n under tin auspices w l? h music accompaniment by Mrs. t A In,It. II,... MS. AND MRS. ROTH Israeli Hadassah Discusses American Affairs and UN ft Ktstrvatiams: Steve, Maitrt %  ", JE 1-7111 ON THE OCEAN AT Itih ST. "ECOMMENOCD BY DUNCAN NINES" THE GARDEN RESTAURANT and COCKTAIL LOUNGE Under Ordinal Manaatwieat of ffody Chmelil FLORIDA'S FINEST FOOD IN A SETTING OF LOVELINESS DIM Indoors or Outdoors under Moonlit Stars Amoneit tke Wolf Beautiful Tropical Gardens 2235 S.W. 8th Street • Miami, Fliraj "i Israi II | roifl) was held fate this Alex Miller. at the home of hostess Mrs, Isaac Uebson, Hello Isle, Miami Beach Educational co-chairmen con ducting the sessions were MM Louis Kiderman. of the Beach Branch. IN organization of Greater Miami, and Mrs. Philip H. Brummer. American Jewish Congre-t l I t • l t I t i i % %  THE RABBINICAL COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS ANNOUNCES THE BETH DIN OFFICES WILL BE OPEN DAUY UNTIL PASSOVER TO SERVE THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI FREE OF CHARGE WITH ANY INFORMATION AND SUPERVISION RELATING TO THE PASSOVER HOLIDAY THE RABBINICAL COUNCIL WILL BE HAPPY TO RENDER SERVICES AND ANY LEGAL RELIGIOUS SERVICES BEACH OFFICE 311 Washington Ave. Ph. 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1956 From Arabs, Says Sir Anthony +Jen>lstFk>ridUa,n fltiB( *d from P-S 1 A .oldingarm-lroml arms. Julian Amery, a Conservative "rebel.criticized the withDulles policy. Sir Robert Boothby, | drawal ()f a British officers from Conservative, demanded in the ; h Arab Legion, insisting that this House an immediate jo. ,t Anglo-1 was just what the extreme nationAmerican policy for the Midcil. sJbtl in Jordan had wanted. Page 5 A e evident here Wednes member1 Mr Anthonys East and a decision whether the Richard Crossman. Labor M P Urval.ve Party were be-jW*t will permit Israel to be d* asked the Prime Minister wheth-r „.,!,., the Eden-'stroyed by Arabs using Comrhunist th e withdrawal of British officer! would not create the "gravest danger of new incidents" along the Israel-Jordan border. Sir Anthony replied that "the House must judge" the effect for itself. Asked whether the British Government would withdraw its annual subsidy to Jordan on account of the Arab Legion—it amounted to nine million pounds last year—the Prime Minister said that this was one of a number of problems being studied in relation to the situation. Eden promised Hugh Gaitskeil, (leader of the Labor Party, that 'there would be a debate on the matter later in the week. • THE MJRSEEY IS SANDBA6GED Sandbags around the nursery to tuck Junior out of sniper's range.. .The door of the underground shelter always open so Mom and the IKKIS can take cover in a hurry...A neighbor standing guard while Dad gets the ploughing | is stron 2 er than eve r thanks ErJ? F? mmunist -*urnihd arms. Now |the ltle are hut ten minu^s away from %  enemy's airfields-thanks to his new PW8 uppiied jet bombers. But Israel's pioneers aren't stopping, aren't running. They're still building, always hoping for pcaec and the day the sandbags can eonie down. And they're hoping for something else. That you, who have helped them take in 800,000 refugees in eight years, settling them and absorbing them, will keep on with this great lifesaving effort. Right now, at least 45,000 refugees must be brought to Israel from tension-ridden North Africa. Faced with the supreme emergency of insuring their own survival, Israel's people can't meet the great emergency of those who must leave Morocco and Tunisia. But you can through your prompt gift to the United Jewish Appeal. Give your increased gift to IJ.Vs regular campaign — and then give a great extra gift to I'JA's Special Survival Fund. Give today. fv* in GREATER MIAMI the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL is supported by the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL give more In 1956 United Jewish Appeal and by those who stand for freedom "ITtO ISMSt AerSAi. • JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMNITTU • NSW YORK ASSOCIATION FOS NSW AMERICANS iss WST 4STH entirr. NCW YOUK N. v.



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n J *. c w i The Simonhoff family was host 8unday at Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff* North Bayshore dr. home to some 300 guests, who gathered there lor afternoon cocktails. Reason for the social affair was to celebrate the publication of Harry Simonhoff* new book, "Jewish Notables in America, 1776-1865." Lillian, h chairman this year of the Women's Division. Combined h Appeal, joined Harry's wife, lit*—to whom the book is bated—in welcoming some of Miami's leading names. [Former Miami Mayor Aba Aronovitx headed a contingent of Lrishers. Mrs. Staphania Klain, Mayor Abe's sister, was among !Tquests to receive a copy of "Jewish Notables" straight from [minor's hand, as were Mr*. Aaron Faar, Mr. Hyman Poliar, Fmnit Salig and Mr*. Hanry Saitlin. I Euclid ive.'s Jack Saul* are busy these days entertaining their and nephew from Great Neck, Long Island. IMany particare being planned to make Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oft vacation here a memorable one. The Sauls will be host[iheir Northern relatives for the next three weeks. [Sunday meant golden wedding anniversary time for Mr. and Jacob A. Sachs, of Miami Beach. [But celebrations commenced Saturday evening at the Plaza I in New York City, where the couple's sons, Dr. Milton and ir, served ahosts at the anniversary dinner. | Mr. Sachs, who is at present serving his third term as chairman kne-eth Israel Congregation's education committee, has been \l here with wife Rabocca—who's active in Hadassah—for the "nine years A finance broker, he was prominent in Gotham ilndness circles before making Miami Beach the permanent i home. [Flamirico >>>cc [Already on the reservation list to attend the 44th annual ng of the Chamber of Commerce Apr. 29 to May 2 in WashP. D. C. are Mr. and Mrs. Sam R. Bockar and the Baron do *h Mtytrs. .. '>>>>C Rfe Samuel H. Tobin got a constable as her birthday gift 38 tiT as Kuos,s discov r €f "fineh"* Tohrn#r w ** ho>tess Friday for an open BOOM SKy Mrt B#,U Kugolmon, on the occasion of her '•Robert p h K^i fair Was their 401 West Rivo A,to dr hom W Wllh ... rfl ,hc iormer Marion Tohrnor, arrived from | ,or jov"J". 1 "'" 5 n S ** v#n t0 "ttend the event—a double rea>ear s old"* B *"* had never aeen ner great-grandson, now '• Kuatlm M mi Bcach from Philadelphia was Mrs. K.'s son, ytrekd.'"' hl,e M t* Kuoolmon and his wife made the I As.),,, oman s "World i^^uviisJti-IEIIioicildliiaun Miami, Florida, Friday, March 9, 1956 Section B WEDDING ANNIVERSARY — The Harry Koretzkys recently celebrated their wedding anniversary with, a dinner party given in their honor by their guests at the National hotel. Shown with the celebrating couple are Murray Koretzky and his wife, Helene. 'Bond Voyage' Party Will Honor Mrs. Sakrais on Israel Trip irom Jacksonville. %  •Mrs J '" her duti s hostess were Mrs. Mitchall ** %  MM M Ph Ro #m **'' Miss Franfcia Wolfson, Mrs. Mildrad "rton Hammond and Mrs. Burton Goldstain. Appointment of Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais and Mrs. Harry Platoff as co-chairmen of the Chen section of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds was announced Wednesday by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman. Mrs. Meyers also announced a "Bonds Voyage" party honoring Mrs. Sakrais upon her departure to Israel Apr. 5 has been scheduled. Mrs. Platoff, who has been an outstanding leader and saleswoman for the Israel Bond drive since its inception, will serve as chairman of the affair. The meeting will serve, Mrs. Women's Council Slates Donor Fete Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, has announced that plans are being formulated for the 16th annual donor dinner to be held Sunday. Mar 18. in the Di Lido hotel. This dinner is the major fund raising event of the Council. Proceeds will go to Moetzet Hapoalot, the working women's cohncil in Israel which maintains a network of 500 institutions and carries on an integration peogram in 88 frontier settlements. Golda Meyerson chapter will hold a concluding meeting before the donor dinner. The meeting will take place Mar 13 in Beth El. Mrs. Sonia Robbins is president. Meyers noted, as the initial women's division affair of Israel Independence Month. The entire month of April and the period through May 14 has been set aside as a community-wide effort to sell "a maximum number of Bonds during these crucial hours of Israel's year of decision," Mrs. Meyers said. Working with Mrs. Platoff on the Bonds Voyage party will be Mrs. Max Weitz, program chairman, and Mrs. Abraham Kasow and Miss Lillian Goodman, organizational chairman. For Mrs. Sakrais, her trip to Israel next month—during which she will participate in the official celebration there of the eighth anniversary of Israel's Independence Day—marks the fulfillment of what she terms "a life-long dream to visit Israel." Mrs. Sakrais' visit to Israel will be made under the auspices of a national leadership program of the Israel Bond organization. She will be received in Israel, along with other outstanding Jewish women communal leaders, by cabinet ministers and other Israeli oflicials and shown the latest developments in the Middle East republic. Mrs. Sakrais began her career of service and devotion to Israel in Laurelton, L.I., where she was an outstanding Hadassah leader. At tlie same time, she was recognized as the New York community's leading seller of United States Bonds and was commissioned a Colonel in the Ward Bond staff. Mrs. Sakrais—better known as Kitty to Greater Miami's 3,000 Hadassah members—moved to Miami Beach in 1948. She immediately founded and was elected first president of the Stephen Wise group of Hadassah. After serving a second term, Mrs. Sakrais' efforts were recognized by her election as president of the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah. Today, after serving for two years in that post, Mrs. Sakrais is vice president of the Florida region of Hadassah and is a member of the executive committee of the Zionist Council of South Florida and of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. MIS. SAMUU SAKKAIS



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IiB\wiislbJEItD!Pidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 30_Number 10 Miami. Florida, Friday, March 9, 1956 Price 20m Dhahran &W YORK ill A.-There was any intention of barring ican Jews from an air base in Arabia when the United signed a pact with the Arab in 1951 for use of the DhahIbase, former President Truldeclared Tuesday. President W asserted that the treaty pded. as do all such agreei that Saudi Arabia might obflo any individual entering or Nng in the country, but that P'gious or other bar was inN Truman was commenting on P[y of State Dulles' testitnat the U S. did not assign rican j ewi ,,h KT vicemen to Arabia because of the 1951 Lnder fire for this statement Herbert H Uhman and %  Humphrey, Sec. Dulles had '"t that the pact was Wore the Kiscnhower Ad"tion took office. The PenI meanwhile, stated that Arabia had never formally Jews being sent to • hut that the Defense Dem on its own initiative had US ned JeWs or P*P le r*ish sounding names to the 1 Fabian base. P NOW i£T$ I S "^GTON ,JTA) State 5Hi-a.srevea?ed Kbi. ,S udi Arahia re~ *"< 18 additional tanks fjfJ-of the Patton type, ""heavy as the Walker lArabt reCenUy 8hipped transferred the body to Israeli representatives. A fourth wounded policeman on the boat is still missing. The UN observers have not yet completed their investigation Continued on Pago 2 A Responsibility of War Will Fall on U.S. And Soviet Union, He Tells Parliament JERUSALEM—Moral responsibility for a round" against Israel by the Arab nations will fall on the Soviet Union because of its rectnt decision to arm Egypt, as well as on the United States, because of its continued refusal to sell Israel $50 million worth of munitions for defense. This, in brief, was the substance of a charge by Israel Premier David Ben Gurion Wednesday, who SIR ANTHONY COMES AROUND NOW Eden Says War Danger Apparent in Arab Threats LONDON (JTA)—The Jordanian dismissal of Lt. Gen. John B. Glubb as head of the Arab Legion has caused the British Foreign Office, for the first time, to believe that the greatest danger to peace in the Middle East may lie in Arab aggression, it was learned here, even as Prime Minister Anthony Eden told the House of Commons that Britain was studying the effect of this development on the entire Middle East situation. At the same time, Sir Anthony told the House that all senior British officers serving with the Legion—about 15—were beirtg withdrawn and that the future of some 50 British officers serving in the Legion under contract would be discussed with the Jordan government. He further revealed that "these are matters we are discussing with our allies," but refused to comment on the wider aspects. In another development, Sir Anthony called the commanding officers of the British Army and Royal Air Force to an emergency Cabinet meeting devoted to the worsening Middle East situation. Although Foreign Office appears to be swinging to the view that the withdrawal of British control from the Legion may lead to that force being used as the spearhead of an attack on Israel, there was no indication whether this would lead to any change in the Western policy Continued on Pago 5 A Special second declared that the danger of a new Arab-Israel war has increased considerably during the past weak. Addressing Parliament here, Ben Gurion said that the chances of preventing bloodshed "are somewhat smaller now." "Israel will not start a war. But if it should break out, we will meet it with strength and confidence. I have not the slightest doubt that we will win." This was Ben Gurion's first statement since the dismissal last week of British Lt. Gen. John Bagot Glubb, commander of Jordan's Arab Legion, while leaders of Saudi Arabia, Syria and Egypt were meeting in Cairo, hoping to bring Jordan under their unified military command. Western military observers continue to assess the fact that Israel remains superior as a striking force over the Arab nations despite Egypt's upbuilding of her armies with Czech weapons. It is estimated that the Jewish State can mobilize some GfftfON "no doubt' 250.000 Continued on Page 2 A sm ANTHONY IDtN changes made EVENTS OF THt WEEK LISTED IN REVIEW Box Score of Latest Jewish f loridion These are the latest developments in the Near East trouble spot, which have raised tensions to fever pitch during the past week and which brings the possibility of war closer to a watchful world. 1. BRITISH Lt. Gen. John Bagot Glubb was dismissed last weekend as commander of Jordan's Arab Legion. The sudden decision by King Hussein in Amman to dismiss Glubb was inspired by Egypt and Saudi Arabia, which, together with Syria, have promised to replace the $22,000,400 a year Britain had previously paid Jordan as a subsidy for the support of the Arab Legion. Thus, since 1948. the British Empire has been driven out of the Near East from Palestine. Egypt, Iraq, the Sudan and now Jordan. London's last toehold in the Mediterranean area remains rooted in a ahaky control of the Island of Cyprus. 2. PRIM! Minister Sir Anthony Eden Tuesday declared that the danger of aggression in the Arab-Israel controversy now lies with the Arabs. Thia is a radical departure from previPRESIDENT TOLD TO TAKE STRONG HAND' Dulles, in Karachi, is Kept Informed on Levant Issues; We Deplore' Syrian Attack WASHINGTON (JTA)—The State Department this week "deplored" the Syrian attack on Israel police boats which resulted in the death of three Israeli policemen, but declined to comment on the ousting of British General John B. Glubb, commander of the Arab Legion, by Jordanian King Hussein. State Department spokesman Lincoln White indicated that the views of the U.S. Government on the Syrian attack had been communi. i cated to Israel and Syria. He said the United States welcomed the fact that both sides had turned to the United Nations Mixed Armistice Commission in this situation. Secretary of State Dulles and Assistant Secretary George V. Allen, now at Karachi, Pakistan, for the SEATO conference, are beDevelopments ous British foreign policy with respect to the Near East, in which Great Britain, together with the United States and France, had been wooing Arab favor with dangerous concessions to the security of Israel even in the face of advancing Soviet prestige among Arab leaders. 3. NEW border clashes have been reported between Israel and her Arab neighbors. An Israeli military spokesman declared that an Israel plane Hying over Israel territory was machine-gunned by Syrians Monday—the second incident in two days in the Upper Galilee region. 4. AMERICAN State Department optimism for peace in the Near East is waning. Sir Anthony's admission that aggression in the trouble spot will -henceforth be Arab-inspired has caused State Department officials to consider the possibility of offering Israel defensive weapons. r ihe firing of Glubb Pasha is now no longer a factor to be considered either by the British or the United States as a deterrent force to war. Nor are the British further regarded in a position to use their influence to stop the flow of weapons. Continued on Page 2 A WHITE CITIZENS Anti-Semitism Council Issue BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (JTA) — Anti-Semitism has made its appearance in the Alabama White Citizens Councils movement, it became known Wednesday when it was learned that the North Alabama Citizens Council, led by Ace Carter, a filling station operator, has adopted as a membership requirement the "belief in the divinity of Jesus Christ."



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% Page 12 B *Jeitf Fkrk&w Discussing the 20th annual Florida State B nci B'rith convention in Havana. Cuba. Apr. 18 to 22. are s'.andinq) William Farr and George J. Talianott. Seated are Mrs. Lillian Smulsen, Judge Milton A. Friedman and Mrs. Eleanor Baltuck. Fan Tours is exclusive ancency for the convention. Judge Friedman, chairman, has appointed Mrs. Smulsen and Mrs. Baltuck as convention co-chairmen. Talianoff is national AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith commissioner. See if How' Trains Cameras on Levant; Program Over WTVJ When B Murrow's "See Highlighted by interviewwith Murrow. who spent almost two Now" presents Egypt-Israel." Egypt's Prime Minister Carnal Abweek in I-rael supervising the oper• ,.n the del Nasser and Israel's Premier Daation of his eamera crews, inter• the pro vi.l Ben-Gurion, the "See il Now riewi Hen Curion. Howard K. ;.nrt will encompass the myriad Smith. CBS News' chief European ramifications of the complex and correspondent, who spent a simiCOntroverslaJ problem — policies', lar period of time in Egypt covereconomic, military, social. Indusiny the Arab side of the question trial, agricultural, religious and with another "See it Now" camera cultural crew, interviews Nasser in Cairo. ht into what is probablj • matic ir time. "See it Now" pn i Egypt to%  WTVJ nannel 4 Mar 13. 8 30 to 10 p.m. Anniversary to be Marked Sunshine Rebt leas li M 13 at erican legion hall. 1820 Alton r %  !.. will feature the celebration of 25th wedding anniversary of and lira, Phil Biblo. Mrs. Biblo is vice grand of the organ* %  il Writers Club to Meet Writers club will meet Saturday ing at Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th st. and Ocean ct. Program will include readings by Mrs Mary War hurst, Miss Lillian Goldberg tnd Harrv Ker-haw. Chase North Beach Branch Ret Painters this week were putting 1 the finishing touches on the north •mil of Cha.se Federal Savingsand' Loan Association's North Beach Branch at 747.4-Collins aye., winding up a fopfttt^nth, SsJpjOOu expansion ._ A Biisine*s-a*u5uaaKloa*tnued dor%  ^ ing the alterations, which included i two week period of air-hammer1 ing while workmen destroyed the • former vault. The new vault—actually two-in-one, a storage vault for [ records and another for safety de-1 nosit boxes and currency—stands I 45 feet behind the original vault erected along with the building in' 1950. Architect August C.eiger reInaifnrri the facade of the building i to conform with that of the main office at 1100 Lincoln rd. The twostory structure was extended back to the lot line, and ten feet were added on the south side. The continuing growth of busiHAW KlNCSJSfT MM m the NorthrBeach area necessitated the expansion," C. L. Clem-1 depart mint on the ents. president of Chase Federal, and the employee's diningl explained. j "Everybody, the 17 empl The additional space permitted wc a ""' Public, a*'] relocating the tellers" windows, and the new Ml ">'•" King increasing the safe deposit box mar t s bis tenth m-iti capacity 25 per cent j Chase this month, rcn "Wc get a lot of compliments' from our customers on the appear%  Modem Dance CIOJS ance since we've remodeled," Har-1 Eugenie Sehein. m ry N. Kingsbury. assistant vice instructor, who for president in charge of the branch, .-..-i,, __J „ commented. t au8hl modern dance 4 What the customers who have C Cge "? ***** some $14,000,000 in the branch's • cl,ss al ,h '"wnBnmfcJ 30.000 accounts don't see is the exer Ifinmi Ji h Commai panded bookkeeping and auditing 1 ter. be %  THE SEDER PLATE i.mbo'i of >h $3f, .,,h hcc %  SINO FOR PASSOVER SROCHURE illMlaatl-lf ever 100 Kothar toPou-. 'ism ih cgmoto'i ef aafbeatk Pou. cor -Micaciet. A,k lot Soflon i Utm gu.de *0 lo Mot* A Sd' and Pr.pu..r,o Ih. Home for Posiovor. PARWNS Barton's offices, factory ing 65 ConimfnMi Chocolate Shops in New York. Philadelphia. Oet'oit and Newark are closed on the Sabbath and all Jewish Holidays. For mail orders andbrochuret write Barton's. Dept. JF. 80 DeKalb Ave., Brooklyn 1, New York. LAND O'SUNDAIR takes pride and pleasure in again announcing that it will be privileged! serve its many Jewish patrons with KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Milk and Dairy Products Under the Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph I. Rackovsky, Director PHONE JE 1-5537 NOW • TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS i^stei MILK CREAM ICE CREAM or order from route salesman



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