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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida, Friday, March 30, 1956
Price 20c
isident's Move For UN Action Held Evasion Of Arms Request
J955J/1ARCH TOTAL
iined Jewish Appeal Tells
[mpa/gn Total of $1253,000;
tffort Renewed for final Push
red forward by the impetus of the Community Assembly for
t local combined Jewish Appeal this week announced a new
i total of SI.253.000, passing the 1953 drive Achievement. CJA
fa.251,000 ia>t year.
[record outpouring of funds to preserve the democratic State
o protect and aid 45.000*
ican Jew>-irking haven'community, nearly $20,000 has
been raised, easily exceeding con-
tributions received last year from
similar givers.
CJA chairman Sam J. Heiman
Continued on Pege 11 A
f state and to strengthen
fcstitutions in this country,
unced at a workers' rally
[surprising increases were
i a dozen different cam-
isions.
lencouraging reports were
I from outlying areas fol-
Jmergency rallies at which
I Jewish Appeal speakers
nified and unprecedented
i this greatest of all cam-
r-Grannda area cam-
by Sidney Stiller.
I that gifts to d.ite in this
Jity were doubled the
liven last year by a similar
I contributorv In West Mi-
ll result of an emergency
at Temple Zion, over
I contributed on the spot,
ripling the quota set for
nunity.
lions in HialeahMiami
also exceeded those
t year, according to chair-
|uk Goodman.
Miami Beach area. Dr.
*nhoue reported gifts of
$8,000. exceeding sub-
contributions made last
*is area. Louis Pritikin.
of Normandy Isle, an-
I that his area had already
I by $2,000 the total gifts
1 >'Par and commended his
men, Lou Segal and Mor-
. for directing the solici-
-ort.
(the most remarkable area
m was reported by Mrs.
Silverman, co-chairman
Shepard Broad of the
r area. In this small
PHtsmnr Eisenhower
. appeals for mediation
Ike Stresses Importance
Of Arab Oil to America;
Soviet Bars Peace Move
WASHINGTON, (JTA) United States action in referring the
"Palestine Question" once again to the Security Council of the United
Nations was seen here this week by government sources as a cause lor
the further postponement of any final decision on Israel's urgent re-
quest for defensive arms to offset the flow of Communist arms to Egypt.
The Israel request was submitted last November.
Government sources said President Eisenhower feels that arms
sales to Israel at his time might exacerbate the dangerous situation at
a juncture when he thinks the United Nations might make some prog-
ress in lessening tension. Mr. Eisenhower, however, said nothing on the
Israel arms issue at his press con-
DEFENSE DEPARTMENT SETS TOUR AT THREE-FOUR MONTHS
Marines Sail for the Mediterranean Area
WASHINGTON (JTA) A battalion of 1.800 Ma-
rines boarded nsyal .transports off Camp Lejcune,
N.C.. this week for a voyage to joint the United
States Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean Sea.
A Defense Department announcement had previ-
ously set the Marine tour of duty with the Sixth
Fleet at three to four months. The battalion took
with it tanks, artillery and other equipment and
supplies. Six transports were required for the men
and equipment. ____
The French Ambassador met this week with
George V. Allen, Assistant Secretary of State for
Near East Affairs, for a discussion of the Middle
East situation and related matters.
John Hollister. head of the International Co
operation Administration, testified before the House
Foreign Affairs Committee that the United States
supports any joint program of development among
the Arab states and Israel. He urged Congressional
approval of the Administration's foerign aid pro
posals. _____^_^_
MAKES CHARGE AT COMMUNIST PARTY CONGRESS IN MOSCOW
Khrushchev Lays 'Doctors' Plot' to Stalin
SORRY
1 Mdlint for news and
[ uld not be observed
1 *ek due to the fact
offices end plant of
wn Floridien were clos-
Passover holidays.
NIKI1A IMtUSHCMV
... Isi Session confession
NEW YORK (JTA)-Thc charge that Stalin attempted to blow up
the "Jewish doctors' plot" of January 1953 to major proportions and
convert it into a huge anti-Semitic trial involving high Soviet officials
was made by Nikita S. Khrushchev, head of the Soviet Communist Party
in an address at the recent Communist Congress in Moscow, it was
reported here as the contents ot I
Khrushchev's sensational anti-Sta-'
lin address became known through ]22 ARE FROM UNITED STATES
diplomatic channels.
Khrushchev also charged Stalin
with deliberately ordering the
murder of two prominent Jewish
generals of the Red Army. I
A. Yakir and (Jen. Jan Gamarnik.
The latter was a brother-in-law of
the late Chaim Nachman Bialik,
Jewish national poet. In stating
that Stalin was personally respon-
sible for the mass executions of
Soviet army and navy officers and
industrial managers the Soviet par-
ty chief declared that Stalin had
Continued on Page 7 A
ference this wee'
The Arab nations were quick
Monday to scotch the President's
request for immediate Security
Council attention to the Near East
hot spot with the suggestion that
general secretary Dag Hammar-
skjold be sent there to engage in
face-to-face conversation with
Egypt's Prime Minister Nasser and
Continued on Page 4 A
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FRENCH TO SELL ISRAEL JETS
PARIS (JTA)The French Gov-
ernment has announced it will
deliver 12 of its newest Mystere IV
supersonic jet fighters to Israel in
the immediate future. A Foreign
Office spokesman said delivesy of
the jets is "only a matter of days
and perhaps hours,"
The Mystere IV is regarded in
military aviation circles as a plane
capable of beating the Russian jet
fighters and bombers recently ad-
ded to the Egyptian air force, but
only on a plane against plane basis.
The addition of the 12 Mysteres
Delegates Chosen for World
Zionist Congress Due Apr. 24
SSL?!"?*** ARAB POETRY ON RADIO
mis Nationalists Name Jews to Ballot
JTA)_in )inc wjth the avowed airn 0f the
flUr Nationalist Movement to "respect all
1 names (,r (WO prominent Jews were
..L**ek n the list of Neo Destour candi-
* forthcoming elections to the Tunisian
candidates are Albert Bessis, who is
u(Ls,,st headed by Bahi Ladgham, secretary-
tittii our an |Di,l Andre Baruch, publisher of the news-
*nose name has been placed on the
Beaded by Mongi Slim. Minister of the
on'in.ii,N.l,ional Front statement issued in
the announcement of the candidates
notes that the election lists point toward rerijj
tioa of islam but which respects all faiths.
The Tunisian Government announced that the
lime when "close communion of interests has been
rb..shed between Jews and Moslems in Tunisia
'he repercussums of the broadcast should be used
in maneuvers designed to split the community at
large."
JERUSALEM (JTA)The
World Zionist Congress will open
here Apr. 24, attended by 490
delegates, a Jewish Agency
spokesman told newsmen. Israel
will have 208 delegates; the Unit-
ed States. 122; North Africa, 20;
England and South Africa, 12
each; and France, 11. Germany
will be represented for the first
time since the war, with five del-
egates.
Partv representation will in-
clude Ichud Olami (Mapai), 150
seats; Confederation (Gen. Zion-
ists. Progressives, Hadassah) 150;
Mizrachi, 70; Achdut Avodah, 60;
Mapam. 60: and Revisionists, 50.
The seats have been divided ac-
cording to the results of the last
Congress and Knesset elections.
In addition, there have been in-
ter-party agreements as to seat-
ing in all countries except Bel-
gium, Mexico and Southern
France, where elections will de-
cide the issue.
The Congress will last ten days,
the first two of which will be de-
voted to Israel's political and se-
curity situation. The budget for
thc congress has been set at 235.-
000 pounds, in addition to rental
charges. The Israel Foreign Of-
fice has been instructed to grant
visas without charge to all Con-
gress delegates and guests.

HERUT PARTY IN FIRST PLACE
BRUSSELS (JTA)The Herat
Party emerged as the leading
Zionist party here when the votes
cast in Sunday's election for the
24th World Zionist Congress were
counted. This is a complete re-
versal of form, since the rightists
trailed all other parties in the
last Zionist elections here six
years ago.
The Herat count was 911; the
Mapai. 781: General Zionists. 733;
Mizrachi, 514; Mapam. 504, and
Achdut Avodah. 416. Belgium's
three votes at the World Zionist
Congress will be distributed on
the basis of one each to the He-
rut, Mapai and General Zionists.


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Plans More Fcrwad to Honor Brsndeis Anniversary Here
Dr. Stanley Frehling. chairman
m the Brandoi- University duo <>i"
Greater Miami, announced this
week at a luncheon of key leaden
at the Algiers hotel th.it
were moving forward to having
one of the most successful Bran-
i cents this year.
Brandeis University eluh chair-
man spoke ol the elaborate plans
to celebrate the 100th anniversary
of the birth of the late United
State- Supreme Court Justice, Lou-
is Dembitz Brandeis.
"During this year, the entire na-
tion and Americans of the Jewish
faith in particular will have the
opportunity of paying tribute to
the memory of the great juror. A
commission of noted legal, aca-
demic and national figures has
been created by the university to
plan a series of events and pro-
jects which will enable the coun-
try to honor Justice Brandci-
great impact upon the growth and Baymoar Heller, U Jacobs, L*
maturing of our nation." Dr. Freh- '> Mri Leon B < w
1 4 J .!
ling stated. r|a j Kandel, Howard Kane, .lulu.
Tt i ii ,u lln, liw< nufl Kpv-
He also told the group of spon- ,.. s,, K
ROTS that among the various pro- 'ah. Mrs Leon Kronlah, .!- i-h i
... IM Edward : Lear, Itabl.l Irv-
.lects presently being planned are
the publication of the collected \i Irving Lehrraaui I
Rrandeis naners a series of svm- i""'1- 1'"^'1 Levlneon, Norman Lleb-
po.-ia seeking to evaluate the great ton, M M i Charte* m
contributions of Brandeis m van- ;
0U9 fields and an arrav of related Mtnakoff. Jack
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Max Si hwai ?. Mm
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Mrs! Ben-Zk Oinsburg, presi- ,""1 f,|nner, ,n
d<-nt of the local Brandeis Worn
ciiN chapter, and Mrs. Alexander
in, nervations chairman for
the Brandeis centennial celebra
te plans ,0
an, ">"n.,rtheg5
clubs
activities by university
throughout the country
The Greater Miami area will do
-hare in helping to commem-
orate the name of Brandeis this
r with a centennial fund dinner
to he held at the Seville hotel V. i
ning Apr 4
Abraham Fein'" .rman of
'lii trustees i i Brandeis
l"nii will he guest speaker
the De-
velopment Corpi ration for '
has become a nationally known
n industrialist and
a tireless worker for many philan-
thropic and civic groups He i-
chairman of the board of Julius
Kayser & Company, which recently
ii red the Catalina Knitting
< ompanv.
Dr. Frehling urged sponsors
present to make reservations ear-
ly for their families and trie:
Initial sponsors committee in-
cludes the following: all former
chairmen of Greater Miami Bran-
University functions. CoL
b Arvey. Samuel Blank. Joseph
Cberner, B. B. Danbaum. Samuel
N. Friedland. Charles Fruchtman.
Ben Gaines, Jack Leonard. David
Philips. Jacob Sher. Harold Turk
and Carl Weinkle.
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Nisan 18, 5716
Volume 30 Number 13
Friday, March 30. 1956
Five-Year Plan of National Fund
Designed to Make Israel R
U.S.-British Maneuvering Was Shameful
The French Government announced late last
week its intention to deliver twelve of its newest
Mystere IV supersonic jet fighters to Israel in
the immediate future.
The story behind the consumation of this
sale, which will still leave Israel far behind
Egypt's heavy numerical superiority in the air,
is a shameful comment on American and
British diplomacy so far as the Near East is
concerned.
According to reliable sources, the French had
decided to sell Israel these planes sometime
ago. But the U.S. State Department and the
British Foreign Office found out about it. Admit-
tedly, the sale was to involve a secret transfer;
and both Mr. Dulles and Sir Anthony Eden com-
bined their collective genius to break up the
arrangement.
Firmly announcing their own intentions not
to sell arms to the Jewish State because they
did not want to promote an "arms race" in the
Tribute to Justice Brandeis
Brandeis University club here will hold a
Brandeis centennial dinner Wednesday eve-
ning at the Seville hotel.
The dinner will mark the progress made bv
the Waltham, Mass., institution since its found-
ing. It will also pay tribute to the world-
renowned jurist and Supreme Court justice,
born one hundred years ago, after whom the
university was named.
During the few years of its brief existence,
Brandeis has established a unigue reputation
as one of the major centers of higher learning
in the United States. A Jewish-sponsored Insti-
tution, Brandeis has a non-sectarian faculty
and admits students to its college and graduate
schools without regard to race, creed or reli-
gion.
Recently, the university was accorded high
praise for erecting on campus three magnificent
chapels for students of the three major faiths
Jewish, Catholic and Protestanteach incor-
porating in its architecture the spirit of the
religious body it houses.
But Brandeis' far-reaching, true university
atmosphere is egually embodied in the number
of its increasing educational facilities.
And, as the Waltham school proaresses. it
rays tribute to the man whose name it bears-
Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis. A man imbued
with the hiahest reqard for law, with a humble
respect for humanity and with a deep love for
the ancient tradition of his people, Justice Bran-
deis wrote a page in the history of the United
States Supreme Court that does him and the
court he served great honor.
In living up to the ideals and achievements
of Justice Brandeis, Brandeis University steps
forward as a major American center of higher
learning.
Jewry in Today's World
Reform and Liberal Jewry, with many Great-
er Miami families affiliated, will meet next
week at Temple Beth Sholom to discuss the
progress and future of American Judaism.
Benjamin H. Swig, vice chairman of the na-
tional executive of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, will be guest speaker.
Reform and Liberal Judaism came into beinq
as an organized group in 1873, when Isaac
Mayer Wise called together in Cincinnati the
representatives of 34 conqreaations, with a
membership of some 1,800 families, to form the
present Union.
By 1945, the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations qrew to include 300 Temples,
with a membership of some 50.000 families.
In addition to the breakfast meeting sched-
uled at Beth Sholom Apr. 8, the National Asso-
ciation of Temple Secretaries, an agency of
UAHC, will meet in Washington Apr. 4 for its
annual workshop.
This oraanization is another manifestation of
Jewry's determinationalso represented by
Orthodoxy and Conservativeto continue its
ancient herita
Near East, Dulles and Eden publicly congratu-
lated the French on the Paris decision to come
to the aid of beleaguered little Israel.
The calculated result bore delicious fruit in
Washington and London immediate cancella-
tion of the sale. Dulles and Eden strategy fig-
ured this way:
1. The French are having enormous difficul-
ties in Morocco and North Africa.
French relations with the Arabs are there-
2.
3.
By JOSEPH WEITZ
At its convention in the Hills of
.Jerusalem during Sukkoth last
year, the Jewish National Fund
called on the Jewish people in
Israel and the world over to under-
take a new responsibility the
Five-Year Plan. The stress is not
on "Five," which is just an accept-
ed numerical division; the tress
is on "Plan." whose content is
clear and brief: the conquest ot
the hills by means of development
and settlement. There, in Nes Har-
im, this call was clearly under-
stood, for the hills themselves
spoke: desolate and deserted, they
cried out for salvation, for release
from their fetters of barrenness,
and those assembled there heard Ian<* Pass f|nto eastern J
this cry. But not all the Jewish ll(,autifn! are the Beisaai
people were present. Only a few re*1 valleys in spring.)
hundred saw with perceptive eyes < rnps. The fields
and understood with beating heart golden turn and greti|
^vrj*^ of!
'"habited by Jews,*'
,hls question K
m"' urgent when *
Wed, ,he capital ofr?
hc 'OP f Mt. Canaa*
to us wrapped in hw
atmosphere. Unlike rL_
capital of the Negev.T.
the north has not erV
even shrunk, whileT
towns and viUtJe,-|1
bee;,,,., .), j, ^
Jewish settlements 2
tens 0f thousands of,
ren lulls lna,
life.
DAVID'S CURSE
Let us leave the Hilbi
fore of an extremely delicate nature.
Join, American -British in.stence that ^me^^oMb^on^uesTofX = P^B|
France not sell the planes to Israel might hills at lhis particular timc | the settlements scatt
arouse heavy resentment in Paris, for
4.
the French increasingly see themselves
as the poverty-strickened relative in the
Big Three. Firm orders from Washington
and London in the matter of French for-
ign policy could thus conceivably be
scrapped as a means of demonstrating
French independence.
But joint American-British praise of the
plain, wherever we look!
Let us scou Israels herder* and ,lm ,., (,,lors ^
you will ,,,, feel, hear and under- want ,,,,., 0 -,
hta, but we haven]
ward and a-cend the i
It is a bright morning in the
spring and we are standing on the ,,1(' spring of Kind
northern highway which leads "'- difficult, steep,
from the coast near Rosh Hanikra Cipitous, turbidding. B
through Upper Galilee. Between li "ll' curse of David.
Matzova and Manila, there is a toins of Gilboa, let tl
sale would embarrass the French by lovely height stretching seven \*- neither let there he
showing the Arabs that Pans engaged in kilometers along the Lebanon bor- >ou" *"* -till upon
an act partial to Israel. '(|,.r. Its area covers over ten thou- barren for generations.
The decision last week finally to sell Israel [sand dunams. and it is considered j However when we
the twelve jet fighters this time comes with the part of Israel, but there are no an(j |()|< aD0Uj now _
silent blessing of Eden and Dulles, for both Jews there, not even Border police, the viewa lovely pi
Washington and London are such symbols of and ,he thought steals into your an(\ Rrpcn wiln mn
hatred in the Near East today that they dare not heartl "Is this reaJ,>' Part of our
again interfere. I c"untry?" Further on we reach
By remaining silent, the United States and L^'JanJmm,Krant settlement
/* d r. solitary, with few people, a target
SSa^SE Jarf.peJ_m,,,,ng Fra,nCe ,?.d What S infiltrators anJVmturnal am-
bush.
should, indeed, be their own taskselling arms
to Israel but which their last fragments of
moral failure prevent them from accomplishing.
Apparently, it is still the West's fondest wish to
tell the Arabs that they are doing nothing to
help beleaguered Israel.
The Blame Can't be Shifted
UN general secretary Dag Hammarskjold's
latest trip to the Nar East is a blatant example
of the failure of Western foreign policy in the
Near East.
Mr. Hammarskjold's trip is the result of
President Eisenhower's insistence that the
United Nations take the Near East hot potato
out of America's lap and do something about it.
face, the Administration's reguest is
rocks, whose stones
cleared up to the
country adjoining it.
stretch of 50.000 dunaail
destined to serve a' a |
work and livelihood for I
From here northward the secur of families, but now
ity highway continues without j abandoned to the (ikot
security. Mere and there the road* without a harrier on onri
touches the very frontier, and on prevent him from eirinf
its northern side Lebanese citifens '' '': vantage point
reap their crops and the standing to attack the two heauti
corn is fresh and green. On our down belon ShaU we
side, desolation reigns all around fid's curse to linger a
Our car swallows up the kilometers days ol the State of 1
on this deserted highway, an emp- miracle of the hii
x:;,:';:i::r:;,,,?:,,=, .- --*
at. ,, rr. ,,> ;;- L," H
rael. In spite of the sparkle ofi f ... ull.
scape that brings with it the bless
1 border, the larmer. 0ri|
tug of IJfe, here this gap of tens of | ^T/nH f nr more t a
Hlometcrs. "S where mlSSSt^SjB
sound of our harvester! la not ,.
sard, rtin elthia us toallag of '
based on profound moral justice. But the fact h
it rld r^r,Jard Ismei d 2 te^ariTasras fc^sssa
Arab nations have been previously shnnnd-.i.......i______.. _______1_ "s T-
is abandoned to rock
previously shaped-i in peacetime and. even more, of
or mis-snapedby Mr. Dulles and our "-linio1 u
Department what may come in time of cm<*-
If tho AHn,;n:t^.' .i_ igency. Is this range stretching ov-
lt the Administration in the past refused to
offer the UN proper assistance in the matter it
must now accept the responsibility of coming
up with a solution to the Israel-Arab controver-
sy. Shifting the burden may be regarded as
cowardice at worst and immoral at best
er more than 100,000 dunams in
the Galilee doomed to desolation.
and infiltrations of all i
us pass over the emptyj
the neighborhood of "
Continued on P**1
Ike Stresses Importance of Arab
Oil as Russians Bar Peace
Continued from Pag* 1 A
Israel's David Ben-Gurion.
With Arkady Sobolcv spearhead-
ing the Russian delegation and vot-
ing on the side of, the Arab bloc.
Mr. Eisenhower's request was de-
tajrad for another week, pending.
as Sobolev put it, "the Jewish Pass-
The move was seen as the first
n a series f |ong delays of United
Nations action in the area.
The President appealed, how-
ever, for mediation of the Arab-
Israel crisis to avoid war. He warn-
ed that any major outbreak of hos
tilities in the Middle East would be
a catastrophe for the whole world.
Me stressed the importance of
Arab oil to the West The major
American effort, he said, is to find
some way to help the Arab states
and Israel see that their interests
lie in mediation. He said the Unit-
ed States must regard every bit of
unrest in the Middle East as a moat
serious thing.
may ask Congress ftr*
thority to use V& rn'htajl
,n the Middle East U 1
ti-.ns peace effort* BjU
here following n*m\
White House at which _
and Democratic
leaders were briefed V'
Eisenhower and SerretOT
John Foster Dulles on W
lional situation.
A State Department
was asked about the* i"
replied that he had w>
or comment 0B such pl^
istration source!!**^
quest for dand-byj""
commitment of force*
given the most serious
tion if the situation co"
deteriorate.
The State Depart^
Forei**]
that France suggested
that the tripartite j^,
ters meet in a h
or London to *-*
Israel situatu^ l
aeen by French For
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30, 1956.
+Je!siirk>rMtegi
Liberal Congregations Will
if Here, With Swig Main Speaker
r oreMdont of Tem-
^ngreeation w.ll
. breakfast ineetinR
o to Liberal and
R*tfons "' ""' 0reat"
in ar-
il being assisted
I bv Rabbi Leon Kron-
and Henry E. W "of Temple Israel, and
u A, skop and pre*
, w. Winokur, ol CoifRJ
ri-h Center.
.(,,: businessman,
w a mernb. r of nation-
the Union
A Congregt-
n of the
establishment of new congrcia
(iors, sponsors inter-faith pro-
grams, and conducts summer
oiiii|, stadj^.lroups and leader-
ship institutes for young people.
The rabbinic seminary, Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute ol
Religion, trains and develops r.ii,
bis for Reform and Liberal Jewish
congregations, prepares young rah
bis for service in the nation's arm
ed forces as Jewish chaplains,
maintains a school of religious mu-
sic for cantors ;md choir leaden
and trains principals and teachers
for Sunday and religious schools.
The Apr. 8 meeting will discuss
the progress and future of Amen
can Judaism, A delegation i~ ex-
pected from Ft. Lauderdale and
general Hollywood and will be headed by
Rabbi Maital Hanson and prod
II Swig W'll be guest dent Louis I) Surlmg. of Temple
deliver the main Kmanu-EI, Ft. Lauderdale.
jug. a wi II known figure
(Jewish affairs, is a vice
Iftbenatii.....with*
ie parent body. He is a
realtor and hotel opcr-
i Franc
membership and im-
;|. m many charitable
organizations, among
[the Brandeis Camp Insti-
L West. Jewish National
(itional Conference ol
and Jews, and is di-
| several corporatione,
president and director
lirmont hotel in San Fran-
iireetur on the board of
in New York and
the board of director!
er.-un bldgs in Houston,
on of American Hebrew
lions n uch serv-
preparati n of temple
Mb, text books for Sun-
religieu- 5ch il-. adult
program-, aids in the
Dade Residents
Urged to Register
New Dade county residents who
have not registered to vote in the
May 8 primary have only until Apr.
7 before the books close, Carl Hol-
mer, supervisor of registration,
pointed out Wednesday.
Any United States citizen who
has resided in Florida for a period
of one year and has lived in Dade
County for six months will be eli-
gible to vote in the primary, pro-
viding they register at Holmer's
office on the 11th floor of the
county court house before Apr. 7.
Holmer also pointed out that
anyone who has not voted in Dade
county during the past four years
must re-register.
In an effort to accommodate
those who are not able to come
during the day, Holmer said that
Ins office would be open Monday,
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The Miami Junior Chamber of
Commerce, which is spearheading
the "get-out-the-vote" drive, hopes
to have 350,000 registered voters
listed on the books before they
close, said Jack Falk, Jaycee vice
president.
Falk said that Walter Johnson
has been named chairman of the
get-out-the-vote" committee for
the Jaycees, and he and his com-
mittee are contacting all other civ-
ic organizations and women's clubs
urging them to assist in the drive.
Falk said, "We have more than
700,000 people now living in Dade
county, so it should not be too
much of a task to get at least
350,000 voters to register from that
' number."
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Jenis*JHcridfon
Frid
Concentrated 'Block-by-Block' Push
Opened in Effort to End '56 Drive
A concentrated "block-by-block". horhood canvass, Gordon
canvass of the Miami area to se- the following captains:
cure life-giving contributions for | Zeltzer,
the Combined Jewish Appeal
named
Oscar
Maurice H. Hyman, Max
is'jacobson, Charles Springarn, Hy-
planned by Miami chairman Harry man Chabner. Mrs. Harry Gordon,
Cordon. I Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. Rebecca Her-
Gordon. together with recruiting'man. Al Lev, Herbert Scher, Mr.
chairman Mrs. Sol Silverman. en-'and Mrs. Irving Bakst, Mr. and
]i>ted the resources Wednesday of Mrs. Murray Lazarus. Mrs. Morris
nearly a score of important organ- Karp. Hyman Levine. A P. Ro-c-n-
izations promising manpower for berg. Charles Propper. Frank Ro-<\
the important final phase of the Robert Purisch. Al Miller. Mr- Da-1
campaign. vid Scrnaker. Joseph .1. Garlow.
Organizations supplying volun- Mu IVirness. Mrs. Tobias Sussnun,
leers in the neighborhood cam- Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Levitcn. Mrs.
1 i:.n include Bnai Brith. Beth Milton Yaffe and Mrs. Nathan
David Congregation. Jewish Home Spiegelman.
for the Aged Auxiliary. Pioneer i
Women (Golda Myerson club), Is-
raelite Center, Tifereth Israel. Ha-
ih iMount Scopus group), Beth
El Congregation, Mizrachi oil
chapters) and Bnai Brith Women
ol Miami.
if we are to complete our as-
Passover Radio Program
Planned by JNF Council
Passover radio program under
the auspices ol the Jewish Nation-
al Fund Council of Greater Miami
h;i- been announced by Daniel M.
Eignments at the close of the Pass- Broad, president ol the Council.
< i holidays, we shall need addi-
i nal workers to reach the thou-
Is ol contributors who partici-
]. ted in last year's drive and have
i i yel been approached to give
I the survival campaign tins
y< .ir." said Gordon.
To direct the big Miami neigh-
Program will be broadcast over
radio station WWPB Sunday noon,
Apr. 1.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiri-
lu.d leader "i North shore Jewish
Cciiter. ami Beach Councilman
Harold Shapiro will appear.
JUUUS t. PERlMOTTEl
Perlmutter Named
Assistant Attorney
General by Ervin
Richard W. Frvin. attorney gen-
eral of the State of Florida, an-
nounced the appointment this
week of Julius Jay Perlmutter. Mi-
ami Beach attorney, as special as-
sistant attorney general to I
him in handling legal problems in
volving the state m this area.
Attorney General Ervin express
ed In- appreciation for Perumut-
BCCeptance of this assignment
without compensation. "This was
in line with Perlmutter's refusal
to accept compensation in any post
he has ever served by virtue ol
appointments by several governors
in the paM." Ervin said in making
public the appointment.
The Attorney General assigned
Perlmutter to represent his office
at "Judicial Council" meetings be-
cause of Perlmutter's "knowledge
I of the Judicial Council's work and
objectives since he served as gov-
ernor appointee on the council for
some 18 months previously." Er-
vin also assigned him to substitute
for the attorney general in repre-
senting his office on the constitu-
"We're over the top" these leaders of the CJA Dentists' Divi-
:-on jubilantly announce, checking pledge totals. Well past
iheir 1956 guota and last year's amount, chairmen (left to
i.ght) are Dr. Melvin Becker, Dr. George Graham and Dr.
Herman Mechlowitz.
Social Gatherings
| or Afi Kinds
tion revision commission.
Perlmutter is a graduate of the
University of Miami school of law
and
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9,Je*isl>ncrScfian
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YIZKOR MEMORIAL SERVICES
Ylikor memorial tar vie a, will be held in Gr..t.r Miami's
.yn.oBoi and centers on Tuesday mornin9, Apr. 3, during the
second of tho final days of Passover. Scheduled ara sermons by
spiritual leaders dadicatad to ma spirit of the spacial service for
tho dacaaaad.
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Mayor Broad Reception for Leaders
In Technion Society Due Here April 3
Greater Miami campaign on be-, States he will deliver a series of
half of the building program of addresses on his observations
Technion-Israel Institute of Tech-' Cooper, an officer of the American
nology will be launched Tuesday I Technion Society, has visited Is-
evening. Apr. 3. when Mayor and j rael several times and has lectured
Mrs. Shepard Broad tender a re-,there on American production
\ception in their home for Prof, j methods. He is the head of Taller
1% Joseph Weil, Dean of the Univer- & Cooper. Inc., manufacturer of
? Mr sity Flori(,a's College of Engi-
ne, daughter ot ms. \ neerjnK an(j Benjamin Cooper,
Bernard Kaplan, will, New York industrialist.
le her Bas Mitzvah Sat- prof Weil and Cooper are en-
Mar. 31, at Temple thusiastic supporter:, of Technion,
Rabbi Irving Lehr-, which is Israel's only school of en-
officiate. Susan is an gineering and sole source of tech-Ion Mt. Carmel. Several buildings
[de student at Miami' nological manpower, so sorely already have been constructed, and
ior Hiqh and attends! needed in the nation's vast pro-
F anu-El reliqious' 8ram of industrial and agricultural
development.
Leading industrialists and civic
of Aged Will
Mortgage,
Ik Ground Here
[than 50<) n n ben and
|cf the Jewish Homo for
are < to attend
i hip mcet-
|Sunr!y\ iftei I 'ii .'I Doug-
pens.
(shall not only celebrate
Venth birthda) president
man announced, "but in Judge Sidney L. Segall. Gov.
we shall hive ground LeRoy Collins' appointee for the
HOTEL
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has added a
strictly kosher kitchen
and service to their banquet facilities
2-
electronic devises which have help-
ed to revolutionize commerce and
industry.
American Technion Society is
conducting the campaign to help
build a new campus for Technion
others are noaring completion.
Meyer A. Baskin is chairman of
the Greater Miami chapter of the
American Technion Society, and
notables will be among guests at i Rabbi Irving Lehrman is a mem-
the reception, at which both Prof, ber of the Society's national board
Weil and Cooper will speak about,of directors.
Israel and Technion, and the role I -----------------------------
2art '." developing lhe enlireNew Campaign Headquarters
Middle East area. V .. .
Prof. Weil soon will visit Israel Revealed for Hughlan Long
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to lend academic and administra-
tive assistance to Technion, and
Hughlan (Huey) Long, candidate
for county commission, District 4.
ceremonie- for the Gus
pavilion, and also burn
[in notes, thus wiping out
ebtednesi on the $300,000
upon his return to the United has announced the opening of
campaign headquarters at 404 Bis- <
cayne blvd.
John H. Evans has been appoint-;
ed director of the office. Evans
formerly worked on the Gov.
LeRoy Collins campaign, as well
as with the Sen. George Smathers
and Gov. Dan McCarty campaigns.
Other district headquarters will
be opened shortly.
Judge Segall Lists
Campaign Officers
second division of Dade county's
small claims court, has qualified
for election for a full four-year
term and announced the appoint-
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handle his campaign funds.
The judge, appointed last August
by Gov. Collins to assume the post
created by the 1955 State Legisla-
nplelcd only 14 months
lhose zeneroMty has made
I the new pavilion, is a resi-
' Miami Beach He is onejture, has disposed of some 2.800
|neer leaders of the Home, I cases since he was sworn in Sept.
Btly a board member and
bent in many Jewish com-
[organizations.
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Prior to his judgeship, Segall
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general and as a member of the
Florida State Improvement Com-
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Minuet) from Page 1 A
pd to blow up the "Jewish
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^i^i^p^rHian
Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Wo
^ .March J
rs
Choi Hamoed Sabbath M*ta will bo held in Creator Miami House-ol Worship J^mtafPrMlV
memorv ol the di paredi< scheduled ob the last MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND '---------
CONRGEGATION will hold Friday Sons Today Yizkor memorial
rvicei at 6:15. Saturday m ;tn Eve-
en ices are njn2
Bl 8:3(1. with Rabbi Simon April
and Cantor Berel. H temple ISRAEL oi Miami will
be musical por-
ho liturgy. Final da]
over will be ushered in with
Sunday evening at 6:15.
lay mon
\ iril will
in Miracli
the e r m o n I pi
hold Friday eveninj
:i-- -\\ I i
renders
I-":".11
wdl bi
Mob 11 a.m., with
(ill the Yizkor mi led.
f
CANDUilGHTING V.m
Nisan 18 6:22 p.m.
GREATER
A o v
MIAMI
K L I N C 0
SYNACOcVr$^
LN oao \
ACUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE*fti .
K.lil.l l-.c Vr. '
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION-4000 Frajrl
iltinun.
ave.
v.
Orthodox.
BETH IACOB CONGREGATION
ing and
l |
ribor Sti

chos rendering the musical por-
Final di
mmence with service*
San at *; 30
rning services will
be at Rabbi
"When Will the
IT is
ei
TORAH TEMPLE
rsl d
evenii
iorn-
iom-
1)0 Tu

TEMPLE EMANU-EL

arc at 9. with
! i-hrman ol
Philip Brummer ren-
al portion- of the
: Passover will
with
i a.m.
fol -:ie-t-
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
will hold Fri
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Fl
services at 8:15, with Rabbi I
will
ho Hi Teens members i;..!
rj Packar, Wiiiiam
klandell, Michael
I n Eisler and Barry
Greebel. Sermon
racle
Wii
lers the mu
ihe litnr S turda)
mor: rmon
will be based on the Weeklj Por
cii-ii-
e with ser
i
I will
il to
v I morning mem-
ees at 9 he will
I'

TEMPLE ZION will
ser
and Liberty." Saturday morning
servii I (| Final dayi of
will be ushered m Sundav
evening at >'> and Tnaadaj
morning services are at 9 a.m.
with a Vizkor mon -vice
scheduled it 10 am Tuesday. Rab-
bi Lcrer will preach Monday on:
\ Challenge lo Greater Free-
dom On Tin Ida] hi- topic i-:
"The Watchword of Our Faith "

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at ft 15 Rabbi Henry Okol-
!! Official roach on the
"Is Freed >m Possible?" Can-
N R o A
! '-1
\. .
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER-HW .
.r Ai>raiin>wlt*. Cantor Kiward Klein W1**rfth.I
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chai
I Kalamar. wi l*oN
TEMPLE EMANU.EL-1T01 Wa*hln*t.,n av. 1IM
Lahrman. Cantor Philip I
BELOW LINCOL
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION:.(>1 -311
Tibor Btarn Cantor Mauri,.- Mai
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION3i Euclid >>> nnk..
HEBREW ACADEMY-91S 6th at. Orthodox Rabbi AIm
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION I <
I' Caplaa. Cantor Aliraham s.-if
TORAH TEMPLE1:.'.4 \\>t ave. American J Maiim
. bmO.
GABLES
\V*hlnston lrc
CORAL
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER- I) Palermo BM
Moi ntor Irrlna R- wu
ZAI..ORA JEWISH CENTER II Eamora iv. ContarraB*.
l m lluiwlu. Cantor Kmlilph Brill. '
MIAMI
HW Ird a\>. OnM*
L A U D E R DAl|
; tor Maurice Mm renders the mu-
-i n ol Mr and Mr- Jack Sherman.
Rabbi
Alfred Waxn Final
will bo ushered
nday
and Tuesdaj are
n lees sched-
r : 15 p m Yiafcor memorial
will >e on the final day of
1 iver, Tueaday, at 10 a m.
a a
BETH EL CONGREGATION will;
hold Friday evening services at
sundown. Rabbi S hu Swir-
ill officiate at Saturday morn-
sical portions of the liturgy, with
Lucille Moore directing the choir
Services for the la-t two da\ of
Passover Sunday evening at
a Adult Education League will
participate Monday and Tue
morning services are at 8 and 9
am respectively Vizkor memorial \
service will be Tnaaday morning
at 10:15. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6:30 I
Saturday morning Choi Hamoed i
service- are at 8:30. Rabbi Morton !
DOWNTOWN
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION ir.
Arif Baohar.
HOLL YWOOD and FT
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD SIMM. |
Conaarvatlva. Kabbl Samuel Larar.
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD .^ -
i \. I Shapiro. Cantor Vrhudah Hellbraaa,
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUOERDALt th Ata
Kt. l^jJenlale. IWumi Rabbi Marlua Ra-
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-?;: East 4lh m
. Rabbi I -!>'.
NORTHEAST
TE
MPLE ISRAEL1ST NK 19th at. Baform. Rabbi J..i Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Kmrrltua Cm' t
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER I \ Ul lfUaj|
Conaervatlra. Rabbi Abraham Baraon. Cantor Albert Gl
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION-1SS0I NU ;
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTEB-'d Nff lug]
i .< Kabbl L*o II. Im.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTF.R 13630 Waal DIxU hwy. Conxn
RabS. H.iuy Okollca Cantiir Maurb-r '
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION 1 ,llh it. anl \E lift |
!.%> Rabbi :*r.
S O U T H w
ANSHE EVES CONGREGATION :H43 <
BETH OAVIO SYNAGOGUE .''..'. SW
E S
T
JV
i.rnl
i
kov II BETH EL CONGREGATION I..... SW Orthodot
Hhmaryahu r Swlraky i'uni..i LouU
ISRAELITE CENTER -41SI SW 21th t ive Ra!*l
Maiavakj Caatoi Samuel 8aIKow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 1101 SWIM
thodox. Kabbi >flmon April. Caatoi
WEST MIAMI
TEMPLE 2ION:.:: SW 17th 5t. OoaaarVBtltra. Rabbi Alfred Win
2AMORA JEWISH CENTER
morn:

7' Le n Hur I
oh Brill rendrnn" the Tuesday morning
the lit.
will bo i KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Fr, irening
6. Monday and Tuesdaj services at 8 Saturdaj n.ornms
ire at 8:to Yia- Choi Hamoed services are at BJO
wiI1 ^ 1 Ian will preach on
I a.m. Evening serv- the topic: -The Rebirth of ,
tie* I \braham Sell ren-
the musical p. the
JEWISH CEN- litursg Rabbi's c!,,-- \s at 5:45
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEH- Century- Jewry." Cantor
TER will hold Friday evening serv- Kelomer render* the mude
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skopwill;tions of the liturgy. Sn
Cantor Samuel ~Sa7kow >"'<*iate and preach on the topic: ; morning sen ices are it
.emu>ical portions of the *"" ''wi^h Fami,y at i,s ^st "'' \fM^ KM,n f It ^JL
morning semce,: 'turgy Final day- of Passover CJ",tor Irvin8 Robinson renders than ^hman. 5,7/ LaG|
the musical portions of the liturgy, will become Bar Mimah.
with the choir under the direction days f Past iver will be us
of Robert Strassburg Candle bless-', in at service- Sunday evenu
in will ho by Mrs. Charles Ro-on Monday morning service?
berg and Mrs. Anna Wechsler at 10:45. with Vizkor n
Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday following.
morning Choi Hamoed services are
at 9:45

ing Choi Hamoed services, with
Otor Louis Gartenhaus render-, Malavsky will officiate and preach
t 12:30 | 'he musical portions of the lit- on 'he topic: "Solomons Song of
b at both morning n"gy. Final days of Passover will Sonj
bo ushered in Sundav evening at renders the musical portion- of the
Monday morning services; liturgy. Final da\ of Fas-over
at 8 30. with Rabbi commence with services Sunday
An Old Faith vening at 6 30. Monday and Tues-
for a New Day." On Tie-day. at <1av morning services are at 830,
8:30, be will preach on the topic: U1,tl ,h" sermons -ohcduleil as:
I Holiday." Yizkor v 'tags" and -Shall They
men -\ iro- are at 10:30 Ijv' Vi/kor memorial servico-
will be Tuesday morning at 9 40
Junior during Passover
i
are at 6 p.m.
NORTH MIAMI
holiday- are in the school chapi !
at 10 am. with Jack Katzfcer <.ffi-
ng-

BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Pridaj evening
t 6:30 Saturday morning
re at 8:30. Rabbi H. Louis
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION
Visit
will hold Friday evening services ?
I at S display at 325J &.w.
"To see is to WiiW|
our showroom
3253 S
the lines!
at 6. Saturday morning service
9. Final day- of PaasjOVW will be'{and see
ushered in Sunday evening at 6 > memorial style and d
Monday and Tnesday morning d m by '
at 9. with Yizkor mem-! UU1" "
. i* i.
sen ices are
TER it g:15. followed by:n the topic: Thou Shalt Rejoice"
Final days of Passover I Is at 5 pm. followed by
nan will i, oriel services schadnied Tuesday I crahsmen.
morning at 10:30

" Sunda; evening
nd Tuesda)
mornir
;
RAPHAEL
CONGREGA-1
hold Friday evening *
Saturdav
morning
ha and Shaloa S. Final
da\ of P begin with sen
il ti 20 Mon-
8 30
tman will discuss: l ,
'apian will preach Thy Si ,,. tll|)1{. -Thp Frmt f 0lir Strug-'
Sun- f,n Vi;Ur ;'rv.ces al-, commence at 8:30 gles." Final days of Pa- rver will '
n" rrl"r, at 10:30 V*/>r Li scheduled for 10 am bo marked Mon | Tuesday
am- "-mon i ... mornings at 8:30. On Monday,
Evening services Rabbi Brck.-r will di i 'The
BETH
TION will
services at 6
Choi Hamoed services are at 8:30. j
Rabbi Arie Becker will preach on''
are a' 8 30. Tui
a' 8 30
Ri
Lost
bed
THURMOND
MONUMENT CO.
ma 2-Sfor/ MR fcWJ
3253 S.W. Slh St. '* w
MARKED $40.01
alui Cemetery Cher**
Open Svnicjt
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER v ;
p.m. |
"( '-'i< \lherl
HEBREW ACADCM" ...n,,f.r. ,h,
I i'". at '
hot h
: .'
ce- are
preaching on the
Hineha i-
pm. Final days of Pas-over will bo
rod in with m :ng at 615 Mon-
day morning r services
al 8:45 Rabbi Morn- Horowitz,
n ol boys, will d
TEMPLE SINAI of I!
will hold Fr i ninB -.
a' R 3o Scowl
(cated to the Cub Pack and
of the Temple Scout leader- l>r
Kramer wi
' 'I by the
morning
are at 0 Sermon will bi
H^rts -h FmaT',,7 '?\ ,ntor Y*had*" Beilbrain' n
S^-n.se of Community Sermon
The Case of Immor-
Ylzkor n rvieM
will be Tuesday at 11 a.m.
a
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami
will hold Fri ning services
at Carpenters Hall. 131 I it. and
day,,rT[!uR|fn(lMr i'n', "" > Feller"wTii
evening at 6 45
^d^Sng'! %a kij^s^^:s=s
and Immoral Thou xt' ,t "-"'^ '-hul Htmo*d *** "e
n ..I Boys, arui 0 D a m service Tuesday momma he i
the Red Sea." On Tuedav will preach on: 'Life Beyond Life."
runs. Arthur Spolter. sixth Yizkor memorial service i- I
grade Hebrew Academy student, day at 10 a.m. Evening services are
will di The Modern Four.at 6:45.
** I::"-'- Rbbl D rid Shapiro NFC" Kabbl Her
III discuss: Who is Tru M Baumgard, of Temple B'nni
1 Mm mt. Ing I-land. NY.,
will officiate at the 8:15 p.m. serv-
ice. Subject of his sermon is sched-
uled as: Springtime. Passover and
the Little Fox<
*
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 Rahtti Laofl Kronish will
preach on the topic "Morrtecai
Kaplan' This is the fourth in a]
Builders of Twentieth
, ...... ""i'iw stvicos are
^Al the at 9 Final days of Passover will be
u-hered in with Hrvkaa Sunday
evening at 6. Monday and Tu.
mornings, services are at 9 a m
Yizkor memorial service is sched
COMIHGTOHEWW
Stoy ol *i'
..ory OS* *" ,
, \ reo- '
I. ....,.!*
,k;i '<"'
triaui
it*

m.

uled for Tuesday morning at 10:30. series on
Oxm W"^-
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March 30, 1956
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Active War Vet
Dead Here at 30
Murray Solomon, 30, of 311
Ponce de Leon blvd.. Coral Ga-
bles, a graduate student at the
University of Miami, died Mar. 22
in a veterans' hospital.
He had been a resident here for
nine years.
Mr. Solomon wes a veteran of
World War II, a member of the
Eastern Paraplegic Association,
Sigma Delta Chi national honorary
journalistic fraternity, past com-
mander of Post 243, Jewish War | '" l* ..' ',|
Veterans, trustee in the Florida
state Jewish War Veterans and
member of the Disabled Veterans
Association and the Harvey W.
Seeds Post, American Legion.
Survivors include his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Solomon, and
a brother, Seymour, all of Miami.
Services were Mar. 23 in the
Miami Chapel of Gordon Funeral
Home, with burial in Star of Da-
vid Cemetery.
m Send first
m to Congress
%E(JTA>-A live-man
' the forthcoming
SLm Congre* in Jeru-
Zchosen here at a jo.nt
1 nf the West Berlin and
*rlnan State electoral
Sof the Zionist Or-
S 0-nnany. The de.e-
"X cre candidates on an
dJpon "unity list." are not
Tany polltied Party-
.iftlfinl time since well
' the war that representa-
(rom Germany will attend
fconist ("i ____
>tian Bay Area
Idive Effort
worker- in the Venetian
met but week at the Al-
botel. ...
jrman Leon Ell pointed out
ciirr< | some 50 key vol-
; that they will he re-ponsi-
oliciUtion of the residen-
ea -providing the highest
tential in the entire CJA
ampai-r- ...
jp!e Beth Sholom, led by
| Lewi Kronish, -applied the
[,(rolui solicitation
import; i Attending
VI lera were
ian, Mr and Mrs. E.
nan. In tone, ('has.
n Mr- Bea Ki el, Ell Katz-
ifordKean, l rank BricJunan,
Burrll. Joseph Rubin, Ben
.Ralph Spero, Z ichary Bail-
fc Amdur. Julius Kosenstein,
|eh. Oscar Mamber.
|tph Hoffman. John Serbia,
Erenberu. Joseph Rose,
Ginsberg, Joseph Abelow.
Cypen. Morn- B. Miller,
Talianoff, Abe Solosko,
Chapman. William Agran-
ieilie G Etta Broida
Jarold Feldman.
Inn Lays Teen
Problems to
Sellers Here
time dope peddlers from
North arc now operating in
| county without any concen-
irmer Bher-
nmy Sullivan charged this
'i for Slier-
mocratic primary,
w sheriff with law enforce-
| eiperienci- can obtain FBI
V on thesi hoodlums and
[down their activity in Dade
p,"Sul!i\;,n said,
tinted out thai many break-
lid entering rases involving
can be traced directly
h tor dope. Recent to set up a narcotics bureau with
ty Federal men in the county tramed personnel who will devote
and apprehending dope sellers and
[Urn elected Sheriff, I intend pushers." Sullivan added.
Ililn area Ili.-ii pt i iii,,n.hi I,..in.
S.-IW. ., ,,.. M.i, JJ |(,v,.r.|,|,..
Beach Memorial < li.(>. I. Waehlnaton
" "'in burial In ,\n sin... i ,,,...
tary
MRS. SYLVIA COHEN
s\v |'ith st., wh.......i.
ago 11-.it. New fork, died
Mar si.. ii,,
U i Mi.i ml Jew lah i Vinun
Flanler-Orar.
lh Community Center. Rha ..I-.,
laugh) Runda) school al Coral (tab-
les l. iah i 'entei She a ., .. i
bei of I -i aellte i 'enti I ind South I iade
Jewlah Community Centei Run
Include her husband, Nathan, and two
dana-lit.-!-. Jane and i id> s. i
were Mai -:\ in Riverside-Bea. h Me-
al Chapel, Plagler >i with b
in Mi sin.u Cemetery.
JOSEPH HABER
-'...... I lb. who died Mar
N v. hii.i Iih.i beea winter visitor I ten ;.nd two brother*. Bervloei
'"i man) years. !!< was a mem-1 Interment were in N.w York, a I
bei ..I Win knien's I'lul.. Survivoi'H I Hi-llman'a Funeral Chapel in I -
in.iud)- his wife, Banana, iwo .IuueIi- I locally.
**ww\~
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
EDWARD MATTHEW
63. of i ;- i x. id. ni
of Kneael h l-:... I I rega tlon, I
Mai -i in < h.
lllnesa. At
n innfacl i i he moved here from
11. li. Ipi -l
found K n ii i i: Re-
i ..nth. he and hh ella, nvved
l. u U I., '
regular!) to Mian foi
in adklltloi
and k mid Abe Rei \ -
W< \fTi r '.' I 111 I:
Memo 11 l
with burial In i
ADOLPH FRIEDMAN
It "f l*M S'W 53th -i .i .1 Mar. 21.
Mai -i in ii i
Miami i "h.ip. I, followed I
Ml Klna i i em. ter) \ etired tailor,
Mi i'i i. iliii.n ii.. .ved h. i
ago from Sew tTora City, Bui
hh I ide hi-. '( Tlllla
HARRY HOLZAPFEL
.... ,.f Ml Km li'i mi' died Mar JO,
A winlri resident, h* Wai -1 n in-iii-
am ajrenl from Brooklyn, N v Rur-
wv.is Include his wife, T.-nnina. They
moved here laal 'nil hii.i planned i"
i.i- ii.-. i ii.ii
daucl a pi m ii
-'I Ii. H Beach M.....'l ("nap-
el. ^ ii ave v ,1 I.,
M i. N.-Im. i '.h..
KELMAN LITVIN
M, ..I" 41 s\v isiir -i. ,ii..I Mar, 10
iii .i honpttnl. a bulldlna i ont i
In- .i in.- from Phil idelphl i Sur
a Ife. Bei tha; three sona \i
iini Isido
Isldoi. bo. M Clara Ch
Mar i'i in
i in.11 .ii Home, a itii bui i i Ir, Mi.
N.Imi ('. ii .
SAMUEL BLANCH
i.ii ii.... mini .hh!
;. i ator, iii.-il Mar l
in ;i hospital. He lived al Si '
I'll -I I Ii:.'. :ili I I. i .inn. fi..n
.ni ..I m
the Hoi Ida
t lie Hebrew '
I I.
.1 in.ii.l.....I 'I'i t i i, I Il I .1 !. I ';
! ii I'.'l ill! anil Slllii
vlvlni a Ife, Mar) a daui
\i
i hi 11 andi hlldi en Rei >
hi .'...ni,.i
with 'in lal In Mt, N< I'" ''. 111 : i
MISS JEANNE CAHN
Hills, N'.Y died Mil
I m i irrangeinentt wen b
Hellman'i Chapel,
BENJAMIN COHEN
:.'. ,.i 1101 Meridian ave. dl -1
I!.. He ami hi
Atlantic Clt). N.J where he h I
r .if a men's i l"ii Ina
Sm \ Ivora Include hla a II
i u.. .mi-, one daughter and
;. ilater, Mra, [da Qerber Ben
iimi liinini wera In Pittsburgh, Pa .
with armngementa bj R
Beach Memorial Chapel, Waahlngton
live.
ARNOLD POLLACK
71. ..f klO siii si., who came here
fi\.- reara ; .li.'ii Mar is a retired owner of
coffee shop, he leaves hi- wife, Rene.
.. daughter, M
Mra Bldonla Kern, Services
irere Mar. I h Rlvei ilde-Beach Me-
morial Chapel W lahington ave., with
inn i.i! iii woodlaw ii metery.
NATHAN SHRIBMAN
71, iif l IM Collli ave who came hei e
-i\ months ago from Brookllne, M
aide Mar I- Bervicea and
tllne, Hi K
Memorial Chapel, Wa
illy
ABRAHAM TURIANSKY
; Venetian
mil biirlnl H
i Chapel, Waahlngton n
I"' elly.________
MRS. BERTHA ECKHAUS
I blvd.,
v. died Mar l
, Rial end a
. ., | Ar. hltecl chaptel N.T
Include hei I ,."'"
. mi ,i brotl i i. Isldoi i i-
,. u, t.. m ,, to in ';;"'J:";s
, Home "iih b ii lal In Ml
JACK SPANIER
5, operator of the City Hn'l
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l*i.ls,
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AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
in charge ol i
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7' Of
mak.
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LOUIS GROSSMAN
of 1171 Aobotl
\> i.......i"
' ,'.,,>,i,.in Bervlce. i Mar
don Chapel, with
f DavM I
ADOLPH KIRSCHER
, I nf ""' H ','"'
'. Bervicea and b "
l '" Y.K mil,
jX'ni IWach M......rial L'n
lale. ______
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Frid
y. Morel,
Bfjrff SiKROTY
Minority Groups Are Concerned At Eastland Appoir
JEWISH NOTABLES IN AMERICA FROM 1776 TO 1M5. By Harry
Simonhoff. With a Foreword by Dr. David da Sola Pool. 402 pp.
Naw York: Graanbarg, Publishers.
By HILARY MINDLIN
FROM THE VAST storehouse of his knowledge of Jewry and
individual Jews has come another book by Miami's own Harry Simon-
hoff. Following on the heels of "Under Strange Skies." a first book
which introduced Jews from some of Europe's most unlikely byways,
among others, this book arrays many of the brightest Jewish stars in
the domestic heavens. In a series of spot biographies. Mr. Simonhoff
details the lives of ninety prominent early Jews, one for each year from
the year of Independence until the end of the Civil War.
The collection includes many of the better known namesbetter
known, anyway, since the publication of the Tercentenary books, with
particular credit due to Jacob Rader Marcus' two-volume "Memoirs of
American Jews." which takes in the same ninety-year period. Even
with these more familiar names, however. Mr. Simonhoff seems to have
done more research and have more information than anybody else
writing in the field. The story of Haym Salomon is a case in point. The
often told legend "that Haym Salomon advanced the Continental Con-
gress over half a million dollars which was never repaid one who
gave his entire fortune so that freedom would prevail" comes in for
daylight scrutiny: "examination of source material convinced Mr.
Kohler (vice president of the American Jewish Historical Society) that
the large sums in the hank account represented sales of securities for
the government by Salomon the broker, and not personal loans to the
U. S. A. Probably he did not lend the huge sum* credited by legend
... but there is little doubt that Haym Salomon a> a patriot who dur-
ing crucial times labored and sacrificed for American Independent*
Interesting sidelights which throw character into sharp relief also
appear. Michael Gratz. the Polish-born colonizer and trader, wishing
to send notice of his survival of a Caribbean shipwreck, found that sun-
down and Saturday eve were upon him. with no time for a long letter.
"Being just Shabat. v.a* all he wrote to his brother Barnard.
Many are the exciting and busy people discoverable in this hook.
Not all of them were good Jews; some were apostates and others were
Simply unaffiliated. A few were Royalists, and a few were slave-owners
and strong Confederates, an odd creed for a Jew with Egypt's bitter-
ness in his memory. Some were as strange as the mystical, mysterious
Jacob Philadelphia, part scientist, part sorcerer: or as Adah Isaacs
Menken, a "Gypsy Rose I.ee. a Rita Hayworth. an Emma Lazarus and
Helena Rubinstein all rolled into one." whose devotion to Judaism was
nevertheless fierce and genuine.
There is a record of a receipt to Daniel Boone, written in bad
Yiddish, and a tale to go with it. a story of the meshumed missionary'.
Rev. Frey. and the background behind the naming of Florida's Levy
County. And many, many more, each packed with detail and spiced
here and there by the author's own observations on the course of his-
tory, some of them quite wry and especially delightful.
Readers who were disturbed by Mr. Simonhoff's quick changes of
tense in his earlier book will find somewhat less of that in this one; his
prose is now more even and smoothly knit. Good reading here: and mind
you take it slowly and in thoughtful sips, or you'll never digest the
wealth of information and humanity caught between these covers.
Jews as well as Negroes may
have cause for alarm at the ele-
vation of James O. Eastland to
the chairmanship of the Senate
Judiciary Committee. The ex-
treme right wing Dixiecrat from
Mississippi recently inherited the
chairmanship through the Sen-
ate's seniority tradition follow-
ing the death of the liberal Sen.
Harley M. Kilgore, of West Vir-
ginia.
Eastland's racist philosophy
and his defiance of the Supreme
Court, particularly in the anti-
segregation rulings, is well-
known. What is not such wide-
spread knowledge is Eastland's
association with American anti-
Semites Eastland was once found
to have employed on his personal
staff Ralph Bearman, a one-time
Washington lobbyist for Ameri-
ca's No. 1 professional anti-
Semite. Gerald L. K. Smith.
On still another occasion, Dr.
Edward A. Rumley testified be-
HAjr.tr smoHHOtr
. storehouse of knowledge
DORIS SMOLAR
Henry Montor's 'American Friends' Stirs Giant Controversy
A serious battle against the Henry Montor group
known a* the American Friends of I-ra<>!is now
developing behind the scenes. It may involve tin-
Israel Government and its embassy in the I'nited
States. The Zionist Organization Of America has de-
cided at a closed session of its National Administra-
tive Council to ask the Jewish Agency and the
American Zionist Council to explore with the Israel
Government the "propriety"' <>f the Montor group.
It also adopted a decision to ask the Israel I
ernmrnt to discourage the activities planned by the
American Friends of Israel. At the same time, the
American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs
similarly decided at a closed meeting of its executive
committee to ask Israel Ambassador Abba Eban to
discourage the Montor group from uoum ahead. On
the other hand, the Montor group has presented to
the Israel Ambassador a 100-page report on a confi-
dential survey conducted on the effects of the pres-
ent public relations activities in this country in
behalf of Israel.
The survey, arranged by the American Friends of
Israel, was conducted !>y two non-Jewish experts It
established that the word "Zionist" has a connota-
tion which is not helpful to Israel's cause in this
country. Meanwhile, Max Brassier, ZOA vice presi
dent, has posed a number of pertinent questions to
the American Friends of Israel. The questions Met
to clarify whether the Montor group was established
with the consent of the Israel Government and
whether it WSJ it- purpose to compete with the
American Zionist Council in stimulating American
public opinion in favor of Israel.
Other questions seek to establish whether the
Montor group wants to supplant the Zionist parties
in this country, or replace the Jewish Agency as the
tie between Israel and American Jewry, or engage
in activities similar to the United Jewish Appeal and
the Israel Bond Organization. The Montor group,
meanwhile, has shown no inclination to answer these
questions.
DAVID SCHWARTZ
Romantic Picture of Arabs is 'Poppycock/ Says Columnist
A recent biographer has revealed that the roman-
tic picture of the famous Lawrence of Arabia is
largely poppycock. There is a general tendency to
romanticize the Arabs and anyone associated with
them. It is time to do a little unveiling of the land
where the women wear veils and the men, skirts.
John Glubb Pasha has been made into a kind of
second Lawrence. He helped paint this picture of
himself with his book about the Arab Legion, in
which he spoke of the Arab warriors as something
out of this world and of course he was, too, since he
was their leader. I have read about the same Arab
Legion that it had- more malingers and hypochron-
driacs than any other equivalent military unit in the
world, but I think that is going to the other extreme.
1 see no reason why the Arabs shouldn't be able to
fight as well as anyone else. This attempt to paint
As to the Jews of Palestine, Glubb Pasha was
very much opposed. "The most striking argument
(against the Jews) he wrote in his book, "is pro-
vided by North America, which not 2.000 years ago
but 500 years ago belonged exclusively to the red
Indians. Is it practicable today to hand back their
homes to the red Indians?
Of course, this is hardly worth answering
When Bevin pulled the British out of Palestine
on the declaration of the Jewish State it was the
Jewish belief that the withdrawal was not as inno
cent as it purported to be. The Bevin idea it mm
be leved. was for Glubb and the Arab Legion to
enter by the back door and take over .11 pSeTtine
while the British left by the front door
But Glubb and the Arab Legion just couldn't
make But certainly Glubb deserved betteroi'the
fore a Congressional investigat-
ing committee that 40,000 pieces
of literature were mailed under
Senator Eastland's frank by the
"super patriotic" Committee for
Constitutional Government Dr.
Rumley, boss of the committee,
served a sentence in the Atlanta
Penitentiary as an agent of Ger-
many. Rep. Wright Patman of
Texas described the Rumley prop
aganda as "saturated with fascist-
ic bias."
Eastland is now only 51 years
of age. As chairman, he is ex-
pected to exercise a long influ-
ence on one of the Senate's most
potent committees. The Judiciary
committee handles legislation
dealing with civil rights and civil
liberties, immigration and citizen-
ship, proposed amendments to
the constitution, and nominations
to the Supreme Court and Fed-
eral Courts among other matters.
Senators Lehman of New York
and Morse of Oregon protested
the Eastland appointment on the
grounds that he lacked the neces-
sary impartiality to serve as
chairman of the Judiciary com-
mittee. Labor, veteran, and mi-
nority groups also believed that
seniority tradition should be
waived in Eastland's case and an-
other Democrat appointed to head
the committee. In effect, how-
ever, these protests were over-
looked.
Sen. Eastland has claimed that
the Jew wa,-the u
desire FEPC M
*? .Jews <* thiS ]
much wealthier and
property than the gl
class." He called thTL
gram a communist eflJl
cial amalgamation.-i
aged the Mississippi *
turetopassanactud
>f FEPC should he"
Congress.'But he isi
in a position of pow- j
civil riehts legislation |
denounced.
It is reported that 1
last campaign, Eastljwl
of breaking the law 7|
civil rights bills durnsjl
year chairmanship o| |
Rights subcommittee.
Mississippi Democrat:'
land, of Mississippi k
boss of the committer]
all the civil-rights hilh.(
since then the CIO a*M
ganizations have heal
and yapping that I wj
and high-hatted with t
so I was; and they
broke the law, and Eastland has been
iponsihle for the delajl
this date prevented tie]
confirmation of Pre
hower's nomination oil
General Simon E. Son
a federal circuit court i(
judge.
MILTOX IRIEDMAX
Israel Won't be New Warsaw
Israel must not become another
Warsaw Ghetto. That thought
motivates millions of Americans
who have no intention of allow-
ing Russian equipped Arab ar-
mies to liquidate Israel.
Enemies of Israel have rallied
under the slogan: "Keep the Is-
rael Arms Issue Out of the Elec-
tion." But friends of Israel are
more concerned with justice than
slogans. Many citizens cannot ac-
cept the official line that arms
sales to Israel would be an "arms
race" while United States and
Communist munitions shipments
to the Arabs are not an "arms
race."
A "Save Israel" campaign is
being planned by persons con-
cerned by the failure of existing
efforts to persuade the Adminis-
tration. The goal is defensive
arms for Israel. An unprecedent-
ed election year fight is envi-
saged by this new force which
will act independently and with-
out ties to elements presently on
the scene. Faith b beMI
basic fairness of the
American once he u I
with facts rather thai
Department sophistry-
Secretary of State
seeking to please the Al
is refusing arms to Isnal
urging that the issue be I
of "domestic politics." f
tian radio quoted a vie
Jewish Cairo newspaper]
effect that: "The
State proved by this
that some America
have lifted the bandage)
eyes ... the great
diplomat showed I*
right way to America's i
But is appeasementthj
America's real inter"
Munich serve demooi
""are the doubts oi II
prefer a foreign poi
integrity and fair P&T]
than on weakness ai
ment.
Ill IIIII HT G. IM'FT
The Task Before Teacher Ben-Ari
Raikin Ben-Ari, a disciple of
Stanislavsky, Vachtangov and the
late Max Reinhardt. who came to
this country with the Habima in
the 1920s to be associated with
Krwin Piscator as head of the
acting department of the New
School of Social Research in New
York, for the past seven yeers
drama director of the Brandeis
Institute in Southern California,
now has established his own
workshop at the Coronet Theatre,
right in the heart of Hollywood.
Interest in his classes are stim-
ulated by the attendance of mo-
tion picture personalities, both
within the student body and in
the varied capacity of guest lec-
turers. Recently. Ben-Ari invited
us to sttend a session, with a
group of professionals from the
Metro Goldwyn Mayer studios
participating in the discussion to
define the relationship between
actor and director. Among those
on hand were Jud Kimberg. as-
sociate of producer John House-
man, director Jeff Hayden (whose
also sttend* Ben-Mis'
and writer Mallard
author of such fiWJ
the High Ground1
at Black Rock." W
the evening was J
meaning of an >j]
from "Raintree CWi
screenplay by
MGM's most cost!)
date, tagged at ftffj"
scheduled to go before
eras with Elil*" J*
Montgomery tuft *
roles. Q,.ii
The task before B**
was to analyze U*JJ
,d the actors ****
to an unrein Mgl
the screen pl>- T*fiJ
bers started out trojl1
chsnee to *>nd BJJ ,
t. approach th'n
ing Wi,Sy*%*
but gradually w
ing of the woro* T
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fcbv' iT--' r 400
EVn.....> h participate m CJA
' for the Tradei DM-
fe^n stated UiaJ tta.
Va Investments Division
''id ^ quota of sea.ooa
ftlta! of nearly $73,000
ieok. He further dis-
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I passed last >-ear's contri-
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division la headed ***?
land Lf') EisenateiB m Mi-
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iriU reported that the Dent-
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jred not only their 1956
tut also amounts contribut-
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Phyllis Kandel was surprised with a luncheon
I sj,0Wer given Saturday at the home of her
Se, Miss Carol Waaher, 1056 Lenox ave------
Tl. color scheme of the affair was carried out
in pink and white in honor of Phyllis' approaching
marriage to Dr. Maurice H. Lazxlo on Apr. 29 at
. the Hotel Pierre in New York. .
ITthe daughter of the Morris J. K.ndols, of 995 North
Pi and a graduate of Miami Beach High. The very
de-electas editor in-chief of Typhoon and a member
'"now a senior at Brywn Mawr College for Women and
Lj'degrt-p come June, by which time she will, of coui
m(1 (ffe Ol Dr. Laillo. .
,. of GotblOl Town's Mrs. Halan Lanlo.
fni graduated from the University of Chicago medical
Id present is a captain in the U.S. service, stationed at
Ljcital in Philadelphia.
n B. I. Bindar will be establishing a
romf'ki!i'l at '!'' c,08 of the holiday season. .
I time. Binder, who's president of the Lucerne here, will
Lnsentative to Europe for the purpose of diatribul
ami other advertisini matter to interest continental
_.in visiting Miami Beach. .
E a "first" in Beach hotel history, according to Binder,
5 ..UI. d" that he had travelled extensively
at tho '" ineped the latest innovations in
[feign befori constructing his oceanfront establishment.
Jurlts P. Feinbergs opened their 5987 North Bay rd. home
[totop members in the community. .
tipal speaker at the affair, which aired the possibility of
[7American Jewish Congress chapter here, was Isaac
lational director of the organization. .
leader-- included I.aGorce dr.'s Lucy and Isidor Sim-
Ibo've just returned from trips to New York and Jamaica.
jltwis Pl*y is back from Gotham Town, where she went
(the arrival ol her granddaughter. .
Liura Ann Koch arrived two days after her brother,
_vid, celebrated his first birthday. .
By parents arc Roberta and Richard Koch, who originally
I Normandy Shores, but who are making Teancck, N.J.,
manent home.
>>>><
hay meant a cnlden wedding anniversary celebration for
En. Herman Friedman, of 800 Biscayne st. .
[occasion was made complete when son William, his wife,
| tsdr nine-year-old, Howard, drove from Lake Worth to
; day with the celebrating couple. .
|fridmans were married on March 25, 1906.
>>>>>> c
and Comings: Mrs. Balla Ritter has left by plane for
ih New York City, following a Miami Beach visit with
' He*s in her Park Terrace apartment. .
it- of Mr. and Mrs. Hanry Fishman, 1475 Daytonia rd .
[Point, are hi- brother and sister-in-law. the Yarroll Fish-
Xa-hville. Term .
j Irving Greenfields left last week for Nassau. BWI. where
Ipart in the Calcutta Golf Tournament, representing Wc.-I-
pctry Club. .
I who were scheduled to attend the gala sporting and
[affair were Mr. and Mrs. Sidnay Mayar, Mr. and Mrs. Hal
Ir.mdMrs. Harry Landfield, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frohman,
|Mrs. Joseoh Weintraub, Mr. and Mrs. Milas Schlapik, Dr.
>Daniel Schlapik and Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Taylorall reprt-
|Te-f.
Mitchell Wolfsons left for a trip around the world la-t
loot before being wished bon voyage by friends. .
(well luncheon was tendered two days prior to their de-
ll Mrs. J. S. Rabin and her daughter,' Mrs, Louis Wolfson,
fontainehleau .
Vocally, (he party honored Francas Wolfson and daughter
Mid throughout the luncheon a giant globe of the world
Mlie center ol the room. .
8 Wests at the farewell affair were Mrs. Arthur Ungar
trMisj Nettie Klein, Mrs. Sua Tohrnar and daughter Mrs.
[S'thberg, Mrs. Leonard Abass, Mrs. Sidnay Mayar, Mrs.
*9flman, Mrs. Louis Wolfson, Mrs. Max Orovitx, Mrs. Jack
w. Charles Goldstein and Mrs. Walter Jacobs.
.. ,J >
Pine Tree dr. will be the site Friday for a luncheon and
l*o* at the honic of Mrs. Morris Lansburgh. Assisting
>' wtaiU and preparation for the 1 p.m. affair is Mrs. Alvin
I KichUr. .
wxWeities opened their 4201 Palm ave. home Saturday
"' "nique ifftjr, .
ldi!.eh'Klv 50me quests honored five different familic-
foitterent reasons: Mrs. Samuel Sakrais Is leaving for Israel
"Bugs of Bonds of Israel. .
,f^rt.assah M'- Maa Wainstain is also leaving for Israel. .
hahamr'1 8re lhe targets of Mr *"d Mr- B#n G#IUr' Wh',e
atl, Gr*nb*rB was honored prior to her soon scheduled
'""-you guessed it-Israel trip.
BalrtK1****'**'*'
it at th "f e'ght ,ocal sweet s>x UndR |.P,AI"l('rs hotel, where the Sweet Sixteen Debutante
| Mil honors Diana Carola Bark. Bonnie Dubbin, Geralyn
andI MLl"fC0"' Judy Miad*" Murial Ann Naurison, Varna
I the nT'ck'y v*nel. Some 500 persons are expected to
tt,lf yat r""m func^ion. .
Landar!" debs a Sr"dute of Shenandoah Junior High
feet n"W s"l,h,,rnores at Miami Senior High. Parent- ol
liW ^r iir'' Mr- *"d Mr- Isadora Bartrand Bark,
Mag, A *'? Dubbin. Mr. and Mrs. Mark M Faber, Mr.
nW J!'j*feo- Mr- and Mrs. Samual Mipdan, Mrs. Edith
Mrs n H?rbert Naurison, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Sodikoff,
"** David Venoal. .
l*ttiber of
Tforihe ,,0cial dinners, luncheons and swim parties are
K'.r1^ after their presentation, with many out of-
joining locaj youngsters in the various celebrations
^uexwHslUBariidlilaiR
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 30, 1956
Section B
Presentation of a twin cake to Rabbi and Mrs.
Irving Lehrman and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Friedland highlighted evening's activities at
annual election dinner meeting of Temple
Emanu-El last week. Occasion marked Rabbi
Lehrman's 13th year as spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El and surprise farewell to
Mr. and Mrs. Friedland, who will soon depart
on a trip to Europe and Israel.
AT WHPU MANUtl
Institute en 'Jewish
Home Beautiful'
Slated for PTA
Institute on the "Jewish H<>me
Beautiful" will he held in the din-
ing hall of Temple Emanu-El We I
\ Vnr. 11. from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m., sponsored by the PTA.
Purpose of the institute will he
to explain the 'know-how" and
technique of a beautiful Jewish
home. The institute will empha-
size the various Jewish holidays,
how to celebrate these holidays ha.
I traditional manner, how to enjoy
the beauty Of Jewish tradition and
the various table decorations and
holiday crafts which can be used.
Holidays will be discussed as fol-
low-: Sabbath, Mrs. Alfred Stone;
Succoth. Mrs. James Cohen: Pass-
over, Mrs. Lewis Pollack; Shev-
outh. Mrs. Jacob Classman; and
High Holidays. Mrs. Benjamin
Greene.
Mrs. Joseph Abelon. Mrs. Joel
Newman and Mrs. Norman Celler
will display table decorations and
holiday crafts and show how to
Continued on Page 3 B
Mrs. Max Davis (left), vice president of Miami Beach B'nai
B'rilh Women, receives membership award from Mrs. Helen
Sanders, past president and counsellor, at annual donor
luncheon of the women's organization Mar. 20 in Eden Roc
hotel. Some 300 ladies saw presentation of this ascribed
menorah. symbol of the order, honoring Mrs. Weitz for bring-
ing in ^gest amount of members in history of the chapter.
MS. DAVID PHILLIPS APPOINTED TO LEAD FINAL EFFORT
Women Launch Vigorous 'Cleanup' Campaign for Quota
A vigorous "cleanup ca
Ins been launched by the OMl'i
division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal in an effort to achieve then-
quota withm the next ten days.
Appointed to lead the important
final effort by Greater Miami
en in behalf of thousands of B(
persona m this country and over-
'ea- .- Mr- David Phillips, promi-
nent local civic W .rkcr and a*
iv identified with the Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign.
According to Mr*. Samuel Sim
onhoif. chairman of the womens
division, the "second campaign
linatad by officers and
board of directors of the women's
Joining in the la-t phase of the
record breaking campaign will be
prominent community leaders who
headed up important fund
eventa in the early stages
of the drive.
"We are heartened and encBUT"
aged by the sacrifice being made
these leaders who are willing
to undertake additional burdens
and responsibility after several
months of active campaigning."
said Mrs Simonhoff, announcing
appointment of cleanup commit-
tees to cover all parts of Dade
county.
The following have been named
to direct solicitation of the many
hundreds of women who contribut-
ed last year, but who have not as
yet turned in their pledges in the
1P.">6 drive: Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Sam-
uel N. Friedland, Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers. Mrs. Jack A. Ablin
and Mrs. Louis Altschul.
Events chairmen who will also
participate are Mrs. Leonard A.
Continued on Page 3 B


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IMAGINATION IN ORDER
Passover Holiday Week: Prepare
For Unique Food Needs -- and Many
Visitors Who Like Pesach Dishes
By LEAH LEONARD
Since we home-
rofr
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and
dinner n I lition i<> pre-
i .it .
friends such can whip
up "in a twinkling l pur
kitchen equipment.
During the P
,
to have on hand a cake
which can be served with ;
amily and inend- We have
W call it
Magic Mountain Pancakes
Pancake Bat!
2 C
\ pinch <>f
1 tablespoon SU|
ip milk
Cup matzo meal
1 tableapoon melted butter
Beat ecs with -alt till lmht
Stir in 'near, milk and matzo meal
found the Mowing recipe bring, nJ| (rer oJ Hpat hut(cr m
results- compliment* to the he*I B r 6 jnch f an,, ,urn
* '"'"- "** hot melted butter into .be batter
Pour batter into pan in a thin
stream, -farting at center and tip
ping pan to spread into thin layer.
Bake over moderate heat only till
'the edges curl up -lightly, indicat-
ing the pancake i- lightly browned
and the top firm Turn out with
a pancake turner or spatula on
.i smooth consist*
for -preadn.
rilru Filbng: K\.client with
or other pre*
on appe-

Chicken with Almond*
>f broil-1
Pat
iper napkin l>u-t
tly with mat/ I meal then
ntO Ik a'.'II egg
I \:i.iti
not to close
ther, underside up. Sprinkle I
with more that I
ba- be*m i wiih a dash of
paprika or white pepper then dru
zle over all some hot melted [
chmaltz or other -hortening per-
mitted [or Passover use. Bake in
the oven 30 minute- at 350 or till
tender etMUfh to pierce with a
work in the flashy part-. Turn
skin side up, sprinkle with matzo
cake meal very lightly, then drizzle
again with melted -hortening. Ar-
range blanched almond halves on
each section, pressing them down
lightly. Place the pan on upper
half ol oven for 12 to 15 minutes
or till chicken sections acquire a
golden brown color. Slip under
broiler flame for 2 minutes just be
fore serving time.
Variation: Crind lightly brown
ed blanched almonds coarsely, al
towing 1 tcaspoonful per sr-rving
After turning chicken scctioi,.
kin tide up. bru.-h each piece with
a li,tlp "range or a
malade *l
Rabbi Joseph I fa
M5MICHGANAvn(,t,MJ
Passover Nut Cake
|
3 tablespoons cu
ted lemon rind
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 tablespoons matzo i
l cup finely ground almonds
lit, then add flat plate that has been heated
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1' Hake .he next pancake
the fol-
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cake
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'iiov ., lho$e
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r breakfasts tend to be-
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d cottage 11
blespoona su
- tca-poon cinnamon
a pinch ol -ait
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Donor Luncheon Scheduled
Coral chapter of the American
Medical Center at Denver will hold
a donor luncheon at the Casa-
blanca hotel Wednesday noon, Apr.
11.
ng an all-out "cleanup drive" are
"officers of the CIA women's division
(to right!: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, vice
tot; Mrs. Moe Feingold, recording sec-
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, campaign
chairman; Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president;
Mrs. Monte Selig, vice president; and Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, parliamentarian.
Missing from photo is Mrs. Samuel N. Fried-
land, corresponding secretary.
launch Vigorous 'Cleanup' Campaign for Quota
'Home Beautiful1
Institute Slated
Continued from Page 1 B
interest children in Jewish holiday
activities.
Bongs that children learn on var-
ious holidays will be taught to par-
ents by Mr>. Miriam Solboff, Leach-
IT at the religiOtU school of Tem-
ple Kmanu-El.
Guests of the institute will be
given a booklet. The Jewish
Home Beautiful." Mrs. Abe Kauf-
man is in charge of publication,
which contains songs, blessings and
the history of each holiday and
how to celebrate them.
Mrs. Jerry Resnick in in charge
of tickets. Holiday luncheon is un-
der the supervision of Mrs. Her-
bert Young. Hostesses will be un-
der the supervision of Mrs. Her-
bert Cohen.
____________________Page 3 B
Ceramics Exhibit
Due at Gallery
One of the nation's top annual
ceramics exhibitions opens next
month at the Joe and Emily Ixn\<
Art Gallery, University of Miami,
according to interim director Rob-
ert Tyler Davi>
Sponsored by the Ceramic
League of Miami, the Miami na-
tional ceramic exhibition will be
on view Apr. 13 to 29. Mrs. Russell
Pancoast is chairman.
This year marks the fourth for
the annual show, recently renamed
to emphasize its national signifi-
cance.
JmHj rryjT_o^f_ouiih' s i~ a t
timed from Page 1 B
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i Joseph Berman, Mrs. Leo
Mr. Joseph M. Lipton,
tph M Rose, Mrs, John
! Mr- Carl Susskind, Mrs.
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is. Loui> .1 Krensky, Mrs.
|j. Coldin. Mrs Harry Gor-
Monte Selig, Mrs.
| P. Feinberg, Mrs. Max M.
Mrs. Arthur Burrell and
irid Bass.
hwving will he Mrs. Wil-
ntr. Mr- Abe L. Cassett.
Iring Cjrpen, Mrs. Joseph
Mrs. Samuel Ginsburg,
old Rand. Mrs. Arnold
Seeder. Mrs Samuel Feldman. Mrs.
Louis Glasser. Mrs. Leon Jacob-..
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Harry
Platoff, Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Mi-
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Kay, Mrs. Mortimer Wien. Mrs.
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Mrs. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, Mrs
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Sn the rCcalm of Society
MRS. SULOMO BIANCO
Miss Dubler Weds
Mr. Joseph Jaffe in
Double Ring Rites
Li rriel Dubler became
rday,
l
:un-
tual leader "f Beth David S;
with Cantor Wil-
liam Lipson assisting
The bride ii the daughter "f Mr.
and h;in T. Dubler, 1636
s\\ 19th i( pioneer Miami family
here since 1912 The groom'l par-
ire the Benjamin Juifes, 1895
SW Uth U r
The bride selected an imported
Italian pole dc soie gown, accent-
! pearls. Her veil was <>f
ch Illusion. She earned or-
chid- on a Bible.
ron Dubler was maid of hon-
r her rister Bridesmaids In*
i i her cousins, Lynn Bolotin
and Judy Dubler and friends, Via-
rotl and Marilyn Miller.
' mar, it.r the groom n u hU
brother-in-law, Norman Levitt.
Ushers included the bride's cou-
sin. \> .! Kanney, and [rwin Kruger
and Jack Cutler, friends, and the
m's business partner, liyles
Eaton.
Newlywed Mrs. Jaffe i- i gradu-
ate "1 Miami Senior High School,
where she was a member of the
French club and orchestra. She
attended the University of Florida.
Her huband graduated from
schools in New Jersey and spent
live years with the N'avyeand Mer-
chant Marine. He is in the furni-
ture business here in Miami.
A reception and dinner for 250

Miss Shankey Weds
Mr. Edward .Japhe
In a 1 p.m. double ring cremony
on Thursday, Mar 15. in the study
Rabbi Leon Kronen. Temple
Beth Sholom. Miss Anita Iris
Shankey. daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Joseph Shankey. Long Beach. I-ong
Island, N V became the bride of
Edward J. Japhe. son of MN Mur-
Noble. Surfside. ami Mr.
Murray Japhe. New York City.
The bride i- a graduate of Lontf
Dmch High School and at pre-ent
.indent at the University of
Miami She Is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi social sorority.
Mr Japhe received his decree at
the University of Miami and at
present i- in business in South
Honda.
The bride selected a white lace
tail dress, prince--. -tyle.
complemented by a pink satin bow
and long streamers down the hack.
She carried orchid- and lily-of-
the valley
A reception and dinner was held
at the Fontainebleau hotel, after
which the couple flew to Mexico
City and Acapulco for their honey-
moon Upon their return, they
will make their home in Miami
Beach.
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guests followed After a honey-
moon to Now Orleans, the couple
will be at home at 2295 SW 16th
ct.
Guests attending the ceremony
and reception included Mr and
Mrs. Carl Bolotin, Mr. and Mrs,
Herman Kanney. Mr. and Mrs i.ou
i- Kanney, Sam Kanney. Mrs. Ida
Remenyi. Ml*. Charles Mark-, Mrs.
Rose Swir and Mrs. Bea Hal.ino-
witz. all of New York City, and
Morri- G-OOdman and Mr-. Hose
Hurowitz, of Boston, Mass.
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It will be a 'doctors' night" at the Coral cm .
Mrs. L.o Mirxtlln Saturday. Honored guLt MhoB,(<
Morton Lavln. New York State assistant health com ^
researcher. Friends at the affair will include n?
Benson and Dr. and Mrs. Max Mi I lard -
In addition to his duUes as health commjc5in
director of New York State's cancer remrch JSN
Buffalo. He was also founder and executive h Zi ~
of the National Chronic Illness Commission in cS5 *
Dr. Benson, research pathologist at Mt. Sinai k u ',
medical examiner. He and wife Minerte arc
accomplish.
Dr. Jorry studied at Oberlin College and Mint*?
years with the staff of Gotham Towns renowned tnui s!'
Charming couple are Dr. Max and wife Heather n~.
Ireland, he's a Trinity College graduate and a member!!
College of Physicians and Surgeons. Since their arri i
Dr. Max has been pathologist at Jackson Memorial bosni, i *
esque Heather is originally from London. ~vm-
Stadlan, Bianco
To Live on Beach
In a 7:30 p.m double ring candle-
light ceremonv Saturday evening.
Mar 17. at Torah Temple. Mi
Sarah l.ea Stadlan exchanged VOWS
w:th Mr. Shlomo Rianco before
Rabbi Abraham ( a--el
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mr- Josfaoj Stadlan. 1838 Bay
rd Miami Beach. The groom,
formerly of Israel, is the son of
Mrs Regina Bianco. Jerusalem, and
the late Morris Bianco
Cantor Abraham Scif. of Knes-
eth Israel Congregation, assisted at
the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Agronove gave the groom in
marriage, with Adinah Stadlan act-
ing as maid of honor for her sister.
The bride's brother. Dr. Emanuel
Stadlan. was best man.
The bride selected a gown of
chantilly lace and tulle over satin
with long torso bodice, point to-
hand sleeves and bouffant skirt
which extended into a chapel train.
Her fingertip French illusion veil
was a'tached to a Juliet cap cover-
ed with chantilly lace over satin.
s tti red sequins were on the cap.
Which was trimmed with seed
pearls.
Her veil was made and designed
by Mrs. Cande Summerson i
surprise wedding gift
Newlywed Mr- Bianco is a grad-
uate of the North Division High
School. Milwaukee, Wia., and at-
tended Walsh School of Bu-iness
here. The groom is a graduate of
schools jn i-rael.
Following a wedding reception
at Torah Temple, the couple left
on a tour of Florida. Their home
will be in Miami Beach.
prinij
WOMIN IN SUCCtSSfUl Aft AIR TNf MMOUS CalCtfTT*'
Variety club women's committee plans i 12 30 p m
at the Eden Roc hotel. chairman of the affair is Barak,1"*?
who has revealed that Saks Fifth Avenue will fm3
parade. Recipient of a Gooro* Dora Fixture Com**
awarded to students in the University of Florida- Coli!
tecture and Allied Arts is Stanloy H. Greene He- thest
Mrs. Rosa Groan, 905 Michigan ave. Stan's a fourth yea
Gotham Town's Samuel Readers are -pending a monttl
guests of the Milton Lowos Milt's manager o| Jackson's!
Store here and brother of Seville hotel's orchestra lea
Roador. Elated over the success of the brunch last
Seville hotel given by the Royal Palm Unit of the Cancer i
Mrs. Harry Dinnarstoin. Some 500 gue-t- attended topnl
Mrs. Allan Dawson, president of the women corps. Unit|
is Mrs. Sibyl Weiss. .
Kay and Hal Polton left their Hibiscus bland man-el
a trip to Nassau to attend the $90,000 Calcutta golf tour
Representing Westview Country club, tha Pelton$ planned I
immediately after the event. .
WtDDINC BILLS IN THE AIK AMD WEDDING PIAHS
Most appropriate was the wedding Satin
poolsidc. of Phyllis Jolon to Johnny Halms, swimmil
hotel Hundreds of friends attended as Judge Kenneth 0ki|
the nuptials, with a magnificent buffet around the cabana i
couple. .
Pastry chef Joshus Wax topped the decorations with ij
decked with a diving board showing the couple diving
waters of matrimony." Phyllis is with the public relatk
ment of the Saxony. .
Prospective brides, their mothers and heat
upcoming spring and summer weddings, will get the comphj
how for all types of weddings and bridal functions at the,
club's major afternoon spring event on Apr. 7 at the watetfs
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cabasu. 1581 Brickell ave., Miami.. .f
wedding coordinator at Burdine's. is presenting a IhreMBJ
Forum and Fashion Extravaganza'" for the benefit of the
club of the Iniversity of Miami. A real wedding receptiosj
low the show.
Some two dozen friends attended a pre nuptial luncheon
Joan Fortgang in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel!
The affair was tendered by Miss Sally Jordan, ol Miami Bea
Daughter of William Fortsjanfl, 1665 SW 14th it. Miami
graduate of University of Syracuse and received her Master
in education at the University of Miami. Joan plans
teaching after her May 27 wedding. Her fiance, Eliho Sch
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Schoppot, ol tit Jersey, r
u inters in Florida. .
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MarchjU?5!
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liS JUKI KIEJN
Janice's Betrothal
Revealed at Kleins'
Silver Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel J."Klein.
3040 Alton nl., announce the en-
gagement of their.daughter, Janice
Ann, to Barry L. Rarson, son of j
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (J Bamon,
2880 Pine Tree dr., and St. Peters
burg. Fla.
The bride elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, attend-
ed the University of Alabama
where she was a member of Alpha
F.psilon Phi social Mroiity, and at
present is a student at the I'ni-
versity of Miami.
Barry is a rraduate of Miami
Beach High School, attended tin-
University of Florida, was affiliat-
ed with Taul Epsilon Pi fraternity
and spent two years with the Army
in Alaska and California.
The engagement of the young
couple was announced at the 25th
wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Barson. No date has been
set for the wedding.
Page 5j$^
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Mi;. VICTOR SliCU
,h Dcdo ORT
IHear Leader
iDade chapter of Women's
I ORT will hold a meeting
lay evening. Apr. 2. at the
|of Mr- Leon Lipsick, 2100
blvd North Miami.
speaker will he Mrs. Vic-
Hi. nation.il president of
is American I in Miami during a nation-
pRT food-will speaking and
nag tour.
Net Robl i- chapter
m,
nuT Miainians
Noyce's Troth
It Miami re i nu Mr. and
forriv Aronovitz, now living
Mjle, N.C., announce the
*n< ol their daughter,
[ Sidney Shra
1 J M of Mr. and Mrs.
'Shragc, Brooklyn, N.Y.
[bride-elect graduated from
Sta,e University, She is
*r in the Baltimore public
IW received a degree in
Wical engineeiinjj from the
y of Michigan and is em-
^Martin Aircraft.
Edwin Horowitz and
Havana Bride Will
Reside in Miami
Making their home here at 3687
SW 26th st., are Edwin Mack Horo-
witz and his bride of Feb. 2o\ the
former Nelly Moncarz, of Havana
The wedding took place in Tem-
ple Beth Israel in Havana and was
followed hy a reception on the
Temple terrace.
Mr. and Mrs. Aron Moncarz. Ha-
vana, are parents of the bride. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hvman Horowitz, 326 CollUU
ave., Miami Beach.
Abner Miller w.i-. beat man at
the wedding. Mrs. Teresita M"ii-
carz was matron of honor. Mama
Flena Prcsman was flower girl.
Ricardo Novigrad served as ring-
bearer. Isaac Hid Abe Moncarz
were ushers.
The former Miss Moncarz attend-
ed University of Havana, her hus-
band, the University of Miami.
*
Seville hotel last week was the scene of a brunch for Royal
Palm Unit Women's Corps of Cancer Institute of Miami. Shown
at function are Mrs. Max Weitz, president, and Mrs. Harry
Dinnerstein, chairman of the affair.
Women Will Hear
B'nai B nth Panel
On Better Living
A trio of Greater Miami execu-
tives will discuss "Better Livin?
for Women" at a forum of B'nai
B'rith Women's Council of South
Florida on Wednesday night, Apr.
11, at the Algiers hotel, according
to Mrs. Betty Birchansky, chairman
of the forum.
Willard R. Brown, vice president
of the First National Bank of Mi-
ami, will explain "Estate Plan-
ning." Arthur Persons, of Merrill,
Lynch. Pierce. Fenner and Beane,
has chosen "Investments" as his
topic, while Miss Isabel S. Jeffrey's
topic is "Employment for Women
after 35." She is with Burdine's
personnel department.
Each speaker will devote 15 min-
utes to his or her topic, with Coral
Gables Jewish Center Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop acting as moderator.
Questions from the floor will be
answered by the panel.
Mrs. Gerald Soltz is president of
the South Florida Council which
embraces chapters from Miami.
Miami Beach, Coral Gables. North
Dade, North Shore, West Miami,
Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and
includes the Emma Lazarus, Elean-
or Roosevelt, Flamingo and Trop-
ical chapters of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en.
Invitations have been extended
to all South Florida residents, with
some 800 persons expected to at-
tend, according to secretary Mrs.
H. Herman. Admission is free to
the Ruhaiyat room of the Algiers,
where the forum will be conducted.
TWO-PIECE SETS
s
ROISTERED
for only
79
Af#. ami MKS. S010DAK
Soiodars Mark
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Solodar, of
1144 NW 29th tor.. Miami, who
celebrated their 50th wedding an-
niversary Tuesday, Mar. 27. may
be counted among this area's long-
time residents.
The Solodars came to Miami in
1936.
A dinner party in their honor
was given by their daughter and
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs lack J.
Falk, 4554 Nautilus dr. with mem-
bers o( the Immediate family at-
tending.
Included amnni! guestfl were two
great-grandchildren ol the s"1"
TB on Rise Here,
Association Says
Dade County Tuberculosis Asso-
ciation's annual December seal
sale reached $130,802 last week,
according to Paul Barns, Jr., 1955
seal sale chairman.
This latest figure represents a
little more than four and one-hall
percent over the association'^ an-
nounced minimum goal of $125,000.
Contributions received throueh
Mar. 30 will apply on the 1955
sale.
In the meantime, the associa-
tion's case-finding committee re-
ported that tuberculosis cases de-
tected in Dade county are on the
increase. Ten percent more tu-
berculosis has been found here
during the first six weeks of 1956*
than for the corresponding period
last year
In addition, a total of 23 more
cam were detected in Dade coun-
ty in 1955 than were found in
1954. representing an overall tu-
berculosis ease inereas'- of five
percent during the past year.
Dr. T. E. CatO, Dade county
health commissioner, urged the
public to take advantage of the
association's year-round free chest
x-ray service at the mobile unit.
"Drugs and surgery cannot elimi-
nate tuberculosis, nor solve the
va-t tuberculosis problem," Cato
said.
Greater Miami chapter, National Women's Committee of
Brandeis University, meets at an annual member-bring-a-
member tea held in the home of Mrs. Jack Ablin. Shown (left
to right) are Mrs. Harold Unger, new committee member; Mrs.
Ablin, hostess at the tea; Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, membership
vice president; and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, president._______
Dr. Shmid Clinic
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Treatments for the Restoration to
Normal Function of the
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Page 6 B
Five Year Plan of National Fund
Designed to Make Israel Flower
Continued from Page 5 A
la] from the north and from the
south and come to the peat gap
which stretchftl over more than
half a million dunams from Nevo-
op-Beitar. overlooking the Kfar
Ktzion block, now in Jordan's
hands, to D'vir. the lonely settle-
ment on the road to the Negev,
The area is 35 kilometers long and
15 kilometers wide. There is no
highway except for the Har-Tuv-
Beit Gllvrill road and we are told
to hurry and drive 1 there
could be an enemy ambush at the
desolate heights on either aide. Hut
we are interested in approaching
the border running over th.> slopes
ol Hebron. Accompanied by police du.nam^ J.1f
guards and army patrol-, we do
the scouting on foot, it seems aa
il we arc sailing to distant si
empty ol people, so vast i- the
loneliness here and yet Jerusalem.
Israel's capital, i- so near'
Forlorn and forsaken like this
land are a million and a half du-
nams in the lull- on the border,
ju-t at the time when our enemies
have gathered to cut slices off our
territory Can we afford this
Waste? <>r can we brthg forth our
bread from the flint'
yesterday the plains and valleys
were neglected, a- the hill- are
today Now we have to settle the
hill- with a' manj villages .i- pos-
sible, lor there i- our security,
there i- our fortress Have we not
the gn at changes m the
mountain land- wherever we have
v. ii ked' Dei the Jewish
.National Fund saw that I-r.n
t' i the devastation ol centuries,
would not be able to sustain many
people, unless it i- redeemed, not
only by money but also bj work,
and especial!} those sections in
which Hie onslaughts of man and
ii.,!ore wrought havoc and what
suffered most irom man's neglect
is the hill country which extends
in Israel over an area ol four and
a half million dunams. It wa- clear
then. 25 years ago, that this
region must be redeemed by the
'creation ,,t -oil. so that civilized
man would be able to live there
and support himself by working
the land Then was begun the pro-
cess which we have called "recla-
mation ot the hill land-
UNFOUNDED MYTH
Before the state was established,
reclamation had been carried out
on 15.000 dunams m 23 hill settle-
ments, and 107.000 dunams in 108
hill settlements in the seven years
Reclamation extends the bounds of
cultivable land within the State-
territory and buttressing our
runty along the frontiers: these
tasks m the hill lands go hand in
hand.
The "conquest of the hil1
one of the pioneering acts of the
ale's ejda*ence~WHn the hour, and that is the program of
improvement of implements and the .INF Five Year Flan to, re-
tire training of workers, this activ claim and revive half a million
itv turns barren ground Into ler dunams, one third of the neglected
tile soil it cause- the rock to flow hill lands, by creating farming soil
with honey and the flint to give and planting fore--, to serve as
forth oil" for through the power the-ite for the homes of thousands
of heavy machine- and man's -ci- of families.
entifie know-how, stone- are over And yet another facet of the
turned and boulder- broken up Five Year Plan is the immigration
and toll is created as in the days ol masses of Jews from North
0| Genesis Wing fruit- and Africa, which is an emergency i-
plants. "r Our country needs them and
The reclamation ol the hill lands they need our country, but tliev
has refuted the allegation ol the bring little more than their hands
Mandatory Period that millions of to toil and labor with. For most
hill lands are use- of them, the work of their hands
less for civilized man Now it is has to support them from the day
Frid
^Moic^
clear that tin- wa- .m unfounded
myth Thanks to reclamation < v
en the results ol the l.owdermilk
Gill survey, according to which
most of the hill countrv m Israel
i- suited to onlj pasture and for
of their arrival, and what is better
than to work the -oil. and e-pecial-
Iv to create new soil, and to revive
it by reclamation and afforestation
that give millions of work days?
nding the area of cultivated
ests, are out tH date Land reel* land within our borders, providing
mation in the hill countrv ol Judea productive work for new immi-
and the Galilee ha- succeeded to u'rant-. and creating a chain of
date in turning one third of land agricultural settlements to serve as
allocated to pasture and forest into a fortified wall along the borders
vegetable gardens, orchards and of Israel, are all objects of the
vineyards. And still this process Five Year Plan of the Jewish Ha-
has only begun. 'tional Fund.
This work id land reclamation.
daily in the hill country, is a
"must." and il settling the countrv
along it- borders i- the basis of
security, and ii agriculture is the
basis ot the economy ol the State.
(hen land reclamation in the hill
country is a mean- to both ends
When the plan is carried out. a
miracle will occur a miracle as
great a- those m the days of our
ancestors, the miracle of our hills.
-'learning with life, abounding
with settlements secure and hap-
py, as in the time of the Second
Commonwealth.
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March 30195S_
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tEBV PUBLICATION
PiofLlIT COURT OF THE
''"Judicial circuit of
, | an d for dade
^CHANCERY NO. 188432
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IfBAXCES I BRBT,
llTrOR DIVORCE
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I . \YM W STOCKING,
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LEGAL NOTICE
+Jewish Fhridlton
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 7B

IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 24976
UK KSTATK I \KK I- Kl.T. Dressed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- in-ill.\ riven thai I have
filed ni> final report and petition for
Klnal I i|hi li.ii i-. ,ix .,r
of .i IKE fki.t. ,i, .
and timt ii" the 17th ilii\ o( April
will iiihiK to the Honorable \\ P.
Blanton. Count) Judge ol i>. ty, Florida, fur approval -.f Haiti final
report and fm finiil ii srhaxfte ai Ad-
ministratrix of tin- Batata of JAKE
I-TI ,T, di I I -"!
Tlii. tnd .Ii
\ i ki.t ktbvkns
M \K\ lAIIKU
\ for Administratrix
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 187959
I iji'i'K Plaintiff,
T..
TEVIS i:i.l><>\" BROCK, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: TK\ IS l-:i.H"V BROTH
Baltimore Hotel
'.hi Loa Angeles Bti i el
Ib Anseles, California
TOD m:i HEREBT REQUrRET) to
.i pony of your anawer to the
Complaint for Divorce filed here
Plalntlffa attorneys, Coi'RSHON &
PINK, 80S Lincoln Road, Miami I
Florida, sod to file the orlaJnal In the
office of tin- i 'lei k of the <
on "i before I he 6th di i of Apt II,
otherwise ,i default win in- tared
atrain-t yew
Dated this 5th ilay of Mun-li. 18
K. I! LEATHERMAN,
i 'let k of i 'oiin
By It II RICE, JR.
Deput) Clerk
(flrrult I'mirl Baal)
S/t-Mstt-M
IN tuNc0TJJE TO CREDITORS
SLA.*!^^ "Sf E'SCOCU0NUtV
"I -IN i-:i:m: BfTMSR, De,
Ii ',
any
"no i .. ri-1 ,,,
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'" he mi. in hi* offlc. n the
In Dadi
Hi.iI.i.i within
'" the legal nddresti of th .
inn t.. be sworn to nnr1
Dati March 15, A.D
El'NICE REI.L.E Bl Tl
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"I.IN EDGAR Bl n i:i:.
ROTHBNBERfl I Bl RRIfc
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engraxi in
Ihl flctltioUM lulll,. of
QATOR OREKT1NOH
Ml iml B< a< h, Plot Ida, Inti nde
to reflatei the Mid nami with the
Clerk nf the Cln till Coui t ..f Dade
County, i-'i'
i 'iiiii .'i Miami Beach, I lorlda, thli
12th daj of March, lM
BOB BTONE
A Bl Mi riTi.::i:
Af irney for Applli anl
i>i Alnsle) Rids., Miami, Florida
1/6-1]
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 188278
Li i i \ HANHEN, Plaintiff,
\ i.
\K ii \\si:\ Defendant.
rO: UtANK HAN8EN
R< I'nkonwn
'"I reojul ...-. nf
i the Bill m Complalnl
oi ni ii,. plalntlfri attot ney,
"'' '" "He 'i.....i Iglnal anus er M
ol the Clerk nf the I
'""lit "I ..I befort the 2Ird da) "f
April, a n |( .1, othei i Bill
hei etof .1 '
filed herein, will be taken ax con-
I b> \iiii

!: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the
hade l
Bj l: B. WW.v
I Court 8. Dei
Nairn ind tddn nf
-ill Itoi :
MILTON v PBIEDMAN
Hi.

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY ''.I\ BN that
the undersigned, Desiring to engsge in
business under tin- fletltloui nami
JEWEL HOMES: ITS A JEWEL, al
6698 H W. 20th Street, Miami, Florida,
ii tende tn register Hilid nnnn-s will]
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Klnrliln.
JEWEL Bl'ILDBRB CORPj;
,i i- lorlda < 'oi;'. al Ion
IF UM'.V J, PARBMAN
ney for Apllcant
i Plasler Street,
Ml in I, PI.....i.i
10 t 2 .i

CTF. OF CORPORATE
[DISSOLUTION
|NAME AND BY THE
IITY OF THE STATE
|0F FLORIDA
VTHOM THKSK i'Rl
I IME r.KKKTINOS
EX ;t.wi'i:i:
Umi BFACII I U iRID \
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lion
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L fHpltal,
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Of Sl.it.-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36133-B
In Re ESTATE Ol
WALLACE HIOGH, I -'-need
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltori ..nil All Peraom II iv-
iiik Claim* hi IiiiiihihI.s Afalnat Bald
Vim. ami each nf you are hereby
notified and requ red t" preeenl an)
.i.i!in-, ami demanda which you. or
either <.f you, ma unl the
i-t.,t. of WAI.I.Ai I". HIOG8, .loceas-
,-.l late Df Dade Count}', Florida, t"
the Honorable Qount) Judcea ..f Dade
County, noil ni,- the lame In their of-
in the Count] Courthouae In Dade
County, i"i.....la, within eight calendar
months from the date of the flral pub-1
s.uii i i de -
t.....iii.-i in thf legal addt i
the riainiiini and to be wom to ami |
-.I an afereeald, i.r aame will
!>. ban Ut of the
s. t
ii.it,- March 8. a i
ALBERT IICTCHINSON.
Ae !> ul.....f lbe l-i-t Will
and ol
WALLACE 111':
KOVNER .v MANNHEIMER
120 Lincoln Road
Miami I'.i-.uh. Plot
\itm in v foi Exei ulor
I __________________________
NOTICE UNDCR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OTVEN that
the undoralarned, deal ring t-. engas* In
hualneai undei tle flctltloue nai
CARGO im.i lAnTNG CO (not i
. 1'ii.feKt.lonnl Bldg Miami. Flor-
ida, Intend* to n im **''"'
,,-ik of the Clrcuil Puorl "f Dmde
I'ountv, Florida
Bin TACBER, Owner
MILTON A. Kill I-.OMAN
Attorney f"r Applicant
Keybold Hblg.
____________________________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei aliened, ilenlrlng In engage In
bualneae under th.- fi.-tltii.iin name of
RED HORSE TAVERN, al I8J s U
iTih Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intend*
In r.r I nami- with the < Ink
..r the circuit Court ol Dade County,
,',","," l.n.I.IAN H.-iASTRO
KKSSI.KIt ft QA1
Attorne) f"r Applb-ant
178] W Klagler Sin I
3/16-23-30 1/6 _______^^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
MA UC |_A W
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
huelneiu under the flctltloui name of
TILRAY i.i: VNER8, al 21 B \\ Mb
Ml mi. Florida, Intends t"
leglster said name with the Clerk f
th* i !ln nit c.....t ni i lad* County,
Floi Ida,
MAY OREENSTEIN
M W i: RTLVER
Attcii in v ti>i May Orei nsteln
i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
i hs u fted, desiring to engage In
buslm name of
Ul iLDEN i;i.\l'KS T V & APPLI-
ANCE SERVICE si 675 S W lTmii
Noi h Mi iml Plor la In-
tend* to tey.stiT mid name with the
Clerk nf .it Court of Dade
in inlv. l-loi ill.i
MONROE REESE
Kl IVNER A M NNHEIMER
A 11 ni in v ^ fur Mi ini in- 1:
I 6-1 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the f let Ii me of
GENERAL AMERICAN TRADING
i i i\i it INC i. at ItlO N w. 7th
a v. in... M i.urn. I' ntenda t
I name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
GEORGE 1GER
KOVNER 6t M \NViu:iMi:i:
Al tut nej t-ii lenei ii A met Ii an
Trading Co (No! Im 1,
4 6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN tba
ir0NTV JUDGES' COURT
\ k i
r "ONiasiiKRo,
* <0 CREDITORS
MAlll'-i-.in,H*v.
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KWUiHI i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
the iinderHlKiied. desiring I" engage In i
business under the flrtltlous nkme pf
SPEEDWAY BAR, at 316 N.W. lh
Street. Miami. Florida Intend* >/eg-
later *aM nan i with Ih* Clerk of tn*
Circuit rniirt nf l>S.le i'.iiiiiH. 1-im nla
SHIRLEY LOREY WINDON. owner
KE88LER .^ GARS
Attorney* fur Aiipilennt
I7M W. Klagler Street
3,16-23-30 4/6______________-------------
------------NOTICE TO DEFEND
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN *NB pOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 1i7i7L M
ORA7.IA M. McDOWELL, ria.ntiff.
f,UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM K ItoDOWELL
,le Spring* Hotel
Castle lint .springs, Ar *""* ,
TOU, WILLIAM K McI>0ELL.
are hereby notified that a Bill Complaint for DlvorO* has beesi fiieo
against you. ami fOU are retired M
serve a copy "f vour Annw.-r "'"''
mg to the bw <.f '"mj;l1a.,"iI;;'s I
Plaintiff* Attorneys, col 1 siloN *
KINK ESOS.. ".". I.lmnln R.i anil llWhT Florida, and V"',h'" olf fe
inal Answer or Pleading In the oOTc*
of the Clerk of the "rcuit Court on
or before the 6th day of ApriL.1WJ*
If v.mi fall to do ". Ju',*im,'",v^u for
fault will be taken again*! you for
the relief dememled In the Bill
'"t^"'^.'..!.- .hall be Published "nee
ea.-h week for four r.V'J?rMViAN
III T1IK JEWISH Kl-oHllHA.N
noNhi AND ORDERED at W-m}.
Florida, thla 7th day of March. A.u.
"5'' E B LEATHKRMAN.
rk. circuit rourt.
Hade Coun'v. FlorliU
iiv h ii. ri;k. J,K>,.rk
(Circuit Court Seall Deputy ClerK
COITRBMON A FINK
Attorney* for PlslDtlir __.K -
n Road. Miami Beach. M*
>/>-l-M-M
the I'll. Ull l '
Florida
IIV.MAX Wol.l-SiiN
AIDA Wol.I-Son, owners
I.i:. iNARD KAUSH
AH..1 ney for Applicants
1001 Iml'.ail I'.I.Ik.
'.ii 4/6-13______________________^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY C1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualnea* undei the flctltlou* name ol
DADR LAUNDROMAT, at 5606 s w
s,i, strei t. Miami. Florida, Intend t"
,i,l name with the I lerk of
the Circuit court of Dads > oiuity,
^riBENJAMIN WBENBERa
ROSE I88ENBERO, Sole Owner*
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
R) 1.1.1.1 Building
is__________________________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA- IN PROBATE. No. 37612-B
n I!. BS IVI'K OF
M MtioN COWAN, De. eased.
To Aiici-iii.ora.mi aii *"*&:
Ing claims ..I Demand* Against Sum
you! ami each Of fOU, m hereby
notifleil ami re..iie.l Jo present W
,,,| deiiiamls bl.-h >ou, or
. ,,r von. nws have NWJnal the
MARION COWAN. ......eased
fat".,r Dade County n. "'i. ***
Honorable Coonty Judge* of ,|,rt/
"and file the sum,- In their of-
rub.Won^w^-2
andI presented a afura-|d, or same
will be barred.
V! Vi w,..r Of th. last WIH
and Testament of MAIOU.x
COWAN. ""*,',.s,,"',1 .v
MYERS. HEIMAN K A1 LAN
So Sevbold Hid* Miami. Ha
Attorney* for BDWARDCOWAM
10 4/6-1S__________________________
^Urt^^deCou,,,,(no,n.aKAi;iN
J/-l-2S-S0
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY fllVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
IniRlnesf in.i.- thi
SPECTRPM ENTERPRISES num-
bi i R2 N \\' -TUi Avi mi. in the City
of Miami, i loi Ida, Intend to i eglster
the Mid n mi.- with the Clei k ..f the
. il nit i '..in i of I >ade 'ounty, Floi Ida
Dated *l Miami. Florida, tin
daj ..i Man h, 1966
EDWARD E. BCHL'LZ
LESLIE R KOVAL
Bqnal Part i i
:: it i .;-]:;.2ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fl. i Itfous na
BISHOP AMI'KEMENT COMPANY,
8 N W Ith Btn et, Miami. Kl... -
Ida, Intends to register saM name with
the 'lerk tb Clt cull Court of I lade
County, Florida.
ROSE DESEDERIO, Owner
MORTON M BE1GEL
Attorney for Applicant
'i..I I'.i-. i.i. Bids.
/I0 i ;-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the underalgned, desiring to engage 'n
business under the fictitious nan.....t
TRADEWIND8 1*R. al 58S N i:
2nd Avenue, Intend to register said
name with tin- Clerk of the Circuit
..i I iade Counl I oi Ida
ERNEST I RENZI
PATSY ANDY
KESSLER A GARS
Attorne] foi Applicants
West Flagler St
:; J:;-::n I 6-13
A neighbor's child
fails out of a tree
in your back yard.
' Does your liability
insurance provide
funds for the
medical bills?
For th answer fo thi; *#
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JenisHkr*MaL
Friday,
GLOBAL SHORTS
FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
TUNIS <.TTA> A broadcast over the Arab radio service here of a
strongly anti-Zionist, anti-Jewish poem iru officially disclaimed on
behalf of the government. A government spokesman declared that
this poem was transmitted by error and without authorization by the
radio station's director The Tunisian Government, said the spokes-
man, "stronglj deplores this broadcast, and disciplinarj measures
being taken against those responsible." The offensive poem had been
broadcast on a so-called "lttarary" program and wai the work ol the
Lebanese poet Naxar Rabani, The broadcast had caused grave concern
in the Jewish community here and was immediatel) called to the atten-
tion ol Roger Seydoux, French High Commissioner for Tunisia
ISTANBUL (JTA) Turkish Foreign Minister Fuat Koprulu has
e a move to win bach \n>i> friendship at the expense of
j message to the Beruit, Lebanon, newspaper "El Balagh." n
here, Mr. Koprulu declared thai Turkej had always sided with th<
I ii,led Nations when the Palestine issue was under eon-
ition and that Turkish Israeli tradi n lal ons I I verj
h Turk* \ 's pro-Arab orientation.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
FRANKFURT JTA] Public meetin Is, theatrical and
musical performances in nearly ascot I blighted tl
; otherh.....I Week." an German S cieties
bristian-Jewish Cooperati I Pi *idenl Theodor Heuss,
as in previous years consented to t the sponsor ol "Brotherh.....i
Week." opened it with an address to a lembly gathered in the
Bundestag (handier at Bonn "Even though it is bound to go against
the grain ol Some people." he remarked, "days and hour- such aa this
must-be held ever anew."
ROME (JTA Avoidance ol Roman Catholic indoctrination In the
curricula ol Italian public schools was reque ted here b) the Federal
Council ol Italian Evangelical Churches A representative ol the Coun-
cil met with Minister ition Paolo Ross Pointing out that he
was speaking on behall ol all religious mlnoritj groups in the country.
the Council representative told the Minister that it la not enough merely
exempt non-Catholic students from lessons embracing Catholic cate-
chism. He insisted that, under constitutional guarantees ol freedom ol
ion, penne.it,on ol the curriculum with Catholic doctrine must also
Stockholm JTA Swedish chief Rabbi Kurt Wilhelm returned
here alter a two week visit to Rumania and several days m Klau^enbrri;.
and in Prague en route home Dr. Wilhelm- visit to Burhar-
.-t was treated aa a state function and the Rumamun Government c>-
lablished I special kosher kitchen for his benefit in the largest hotel
n the Rumanian capital. He waa received bj President Petra Gr
BRUSSELS JTA Reports ol the arrest ol a large number ol
technicians and officiala In Pilseo,
lews in Prague, were published her.
he newspaper Libre Belgique." it also published reports ol new
i Jews in Rumania The dispatches said that spectacular trials
. i Jews wen 'lommunisi
snticipat [he
per said that such a campaign was discussed in Moscow at a aa
Communist Party lead countries in the
bloc.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
PHILADELPHIA '! A Till ,
the Home for Jew an announced bj Harrj A Robin-
enl ol thi whit h is om ol the a ol the I I
phia Federal i Jewish I bantu
WASHINGTON JTA A bill din hulk settlement
to property belonging to victim! ol N ition who died without
heirs and which currently u vested in the United States Offil
I ropertj baa been introduced in the Hi Represent Con-
gressman Arthur < Klein ol New York The lull is in furtherai
the intent ol Congress aa expressed in the United States Publ c I
ti2d. that heirless formerly belonging to Nazi victims and
I bj the U s Government during World War N aa the prop
nominal enemy alien-, should be used tor the relief and rehabilitation
it needy persecuti ling, in the United Stal
TORONTO (JTA) An emin. tholic churman hi
'.ired that no one who hate- .lew- can rightly call himself I < brie- i
tian." Jamea Cardinal McGuigan, writing in his regul
umn Thoughts foe Our Time-" in the Toronto Telegram, warned
.i-.on-t the tendency to feel superior on the part Ol tome Northerner!
in the face of the segregation struggle in the Southern stati
how many of tho-e who telt sn had a better record on the question ol
Negro. Jewish, or "foreigner" rights
MEXICO CITY i.iTAlA viciously anti Semitic attack on Israel and
world Jewry, in the form of a 12-page illustrated brochure, i- 1 I
di-tributed in Mexico through the mails The brochure, which car
neither the name ol the publisher nor a return add 'ained a
charge that President Eisenhower la a Jew who i- ?ru<> to hi* tradi
tion.v" Material contained in the brochure, which was Obviously tx
pensively printed, also charged that Israel was provoking World War
III and carried an illustration which showed the globe being controlled
by an eye with a Star of David in its center The brochure also depicts
the United States Government as an agent of world Jewry
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
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JERUSALEM (JTA) Cabinet dissension over the draft of a new
property tax. to which the religious and Pro Party Moea had
objected in the coalition government here, was healed after a cotnpro
mise formula on taxation was adopted], following a live hour meet
oi the Ministerial Economic Committee. Under the new formula, the
property tax will not be imposed on bank deposit- or securities The
Economic Committee instructed the coalition presidium to drait a new
measure incorporating this tax compror.

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chairman. Rabbi Bor.s Rackov
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If Page 10 A *Jtwtf#fcr*Aw7 Frid y. Morel, Bfjrff SiKROTY — Minority Groups Are Concerned At Eastland Appoir JEWISH NOTABLES IN AMERICA FROM 1776 TO 1M5. By Harry Simonhoff. With a Foreword by Dr. David da Sola Pool. 402 pp. Naw York: Graanbarg, Publishers. By HILARY MINDLIN FROM THE VAST storehouse of his knowledge of Jewry and individual Jews has come another book by Miami's own Harry Simonhoff. Following on the heels of "Under Strange Skies." a first book which introduced Jews from some of Europe's most unlikely byways, among others, this book arrays many of the brightest Jewish stars in the domestic heavens. In a series of spot biographies. Mr. Simonhoff details the lives of ninety prominent early Jews, one for each year from the year of Independence until the end of the Civil War. The collection includes many of the better known names—better known, anyway, since the publication of the Tercentenary books, with particular credit due to Jacob Rader Marcus' two-volume "Memoirs of American Jews." which takes in the same ninety-year period. Even with these more familiar names, however. Mr. Simonhoff seems to have done more research and have more information than anybody else writing in the field. The story of Haym Salomon is a case in point. The often told legend "that Haym Salomon advanced the Continental Congress over half a million dollars which was never repaid one who gave his entire fortune so that freedom would prevail" comes in for daylight scrutiny: "examination of source material convinced Mr. Kohler (vice president of the American Jewish Historical Society) that the large sums in the hank account represented sales of securities for the government by Salomon the broker, and not personal loans to the U. S. A. Probably he did not lend the huge sum* credited by legend ... but there is little doubt that Haym Salomon a> a patriot who during crucial times labored and sacrificed for American Independent* Interesting sidelights which throw character into sharp relief also appear. Michael Gratz. the Polish-born colonizer and trader, wishing to send notice of his survival of a Caribbean shipwreck, found that sundown and Saturday eve were upon him. with no time for a long letter. "Being just Shabat. v.a* all he wrote to his brother Barnard. Many are the exciting and busy people discoverable in this hook. Not all of them were good Jews; some were apostates and others were Simply unaffiliated. A few were Royalists, and a few were slave-owners and strong Confederates, an odd creed for a Jew with Egypt's bitterness in his memory. Some were as strange as the mystical, mysterious Jacob Philadelphia, part scientist, part sorcerer: or as Adah Isaacs Menken, a "Gypsy Rose I.ee. a Rita Hayworth. an Emma Lazarus and Helena Rubinstein all rolled into one." whose devotion to Judaism was nevertheless fierce and genuine. There is a record of a receipt to Daniel Boone, written in bad Yiddish, and a tale to go with it. a story of the meshumed missionary'. Rev. Frey. and the background behind the naming of Florida's Levy County. And many, many more, each packed with detail and spiced here and there by the author's own observations on the course of history, some of them quite wry and especially delightful. Readers who were disturbed by Mr. Simonhoff's quick changes of tense in his earlier book will find somewhat less of that in this one; his prose is now more even and smoothly knit. Good reading here: and mind you take it slowly and in thoughtful sips, or you'll never digest the wealth of information and humanity caught between these covers. Jews as well as Negroes may have cause for alarm at the elevation of James O. Eastland to the chairmanship of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The extreme right wing Dixiecrat from Mississippi recently inherited the chairmanship through the Senate's seniority tradition following the death of the liberal Sen. Harley M. Kilgore, of West Virginia. Eastland's racist philosophy and his defiance of the Supreme Court, particularly in the antisegregation rulings, is wellknown. What is not such widespread knowledge is Eastland's association with American antiSemites Eastland was once found to have employed on his personal staff Ralph Bearman, a one-time Washington lobbyist for America's No. 1 professional antiSemite. Gerald L. K. Smith. On still another occasion, Dr. Edward A. Rumley testified beHAjr.tr smoHHOtr storehouse of knowledge DORIS SMOLAR — Henry Montor's 'American Friends' Stirs Giant Controversy A serious battle against the Henry Montor group —known a* the American Friends of I-ra<>!—is now developing behind the scenes. It may involve tinIsrael Government and its embassy in the I'nited States. The Zionist Organization Of America has decided at a closed session of its National Administrative Council to ask the Jewish Agency and the American Zionist Council to explore with the Israel Government the "propriety"' <>f the Montor group. It also adopted a decision to ask the Israel I ernmrnt to discourage the activities planned by the American Friends of Israel. At the same time, the American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs similarly decided at a closed meeting of its executive committee to ask Israel Ambassador Abba Eban to discourage the Montor group from uoum ahead. On the other hand, the Montor group has presented to the Israel Ambassador a 100-page report on a confidential survey conducted on the effects of the present public relations activities in this country in behalf of Israel. The survey, arranged by the American Friends of Israel, was conducted !>y two non-Jewish experts It esta b lish ed that the word "Zionist" has a connotation which is not helpful to Israel's cause in this country. Meanwhile, Max Brassier, ZOA vice presi dent, has posed a number of pertinent questions to the American Friends of Israel. The questions Met to clarify whether the Montor group was established with the consent of the Israel Government and whether it WSJ itpurpose to compete with the American Zionist Council in stimulating American public opinion in favor of Israel. Other questions seek to establish whether the Montor group wants to supplant the Zionist parties in this country, or replace the Jewish Agency as the tie between Israel and American Jewry, or engage in activities similar to the United Jewish Appeal and the Israel Bond Organization. The Montor group, meanwhile, has shown no inclination to answer these questions. DAVID SCHWARTZ — Romantic Picture of Arabs is 'Poppycock/ Says Columnist A recent biographer has revealed that the romantic picture of the famous Lawrence of Arabia is largely poppycock. There is a general tendency to romanticize the Arabs and anyone associated with them. It is time to do a little unveiling of the land where the women wear veils and the men, skirts. John Glubb Pasha has been made into a kind of second Lawrence. He helped paint this picture of himself with his book about the Arab Legion, in which he spoke of the Arab warriors as something out of this world and of course he was, too, since he was their leader. I have read about the same Arab Legion that it hadmore malingers and hypochrondriacs than any other equivalent military unit in the world, but I think that is going to the other extreme. 1 see no reason why the Arabs shouldn't be able to fight as well as anyone else. This attempt to paint As to the Jews of Palestine, Glubb Pasha was very much opposed. "The most striking argument (against the Jews) he wrote in his book, "is provided by North America, which not 2.000 years ago but 500 years ago belonged exclusively to the red Indians. Is it practicable today to hand back their homes to the red Indians? Of course, this is hardly worth answering When Bevin pulled the British out of Palestine on the declaration of the Jewish State it was the Jewish belief that the withdrawal was not as inno cent as it purported to be. The Bevin idea it mm be leved. was for Glubb and the Arab Legion to enter by the back door and take over .11 pSeTtine while the British left by the front door But Glubb and the Arab Legion just couldn't make But certainly Glubb deserved betteroi'the fore a Congressional investigating committee that 40,000 pieces of literature were mailed under Senator Eastland's frank by the "super patriotic" Committee for Constitutional Government Dr. Rumley, boss of the committee, served a sentence in the Atlanta Penitentiary as an agent of Germany. Rep. Wright Patman of Texas described the Rumley prop aganda as "saturated with fascistic bias." Eastland is now only 51 years of age. As chairman, he is expected to exercise a long influence on one of the Senate's most potent committees. The Judiciary committee handles legislation dealing with civil rights and civil liberties, immigration and citizenship, proposed amendments to the constitution, and nominations to the Supreme Court and Federal Courts among other matters. Senators Lehman of New York and Morse of Oregon protested the Eastland appointment on the grounds that he lacked the necessary impartiality to serve as chairman of the Judiciary committee. Labor, veteran, and minority groups also believed that seniority tradition should be waived in Eastland's case and another Democrat appointed to head the committee. In effect, however, these protests were overlooked. Sen. Eastland has claimed that the Jew wa ,-the u desire FEPC M *? Jews <* thi S ] much wealthier and property than the gl class." He called thT L gram a communist eflJl cial amalgamation.-i aged the Mississippi turetopassanactud >f FEPC should he" Congress.'But he isi in a position of powJ civil riehts legislation | denounced. It is reported that 1 last campaign, Eastljwl of breaking the law 7| civil rights bills durnsjl year chairmanship o| | Rights subcommittee. Mississippi Democrat:' land, of Mississippi k boss of the committer] all the civil-rights hilh.( since then the CIO a*M ganizations have heal and yapping that I wj and high-hatted with t so I was; and they broke the law, and j£] from "Raintree CWi screenplay by %  MGM's most cost!) date, tagged at ftffj" scheduled to go before eras with Elil*" J* Montgomery tuft %  roles. Q ,.ii The task before B** was to analyze U*JJ ,„d the actors **** to an unrein Mgl the screen pl>T*fiJ bers started out trojl 1 chsnee to *>nd BJJ t. approach th'n ing Wi, Sy *%* but gradually w ing of the woro* T listen who have W



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March 30, 1956 +Jewl§t> fhtkJtof? Page 9 A Active War Vet Dead Here at 30 Murray Solomon, 30, of 311 Ponce de Leon blvd.. Coral Gables, a graduate student at the University of Miami, died Mar. 22 in a veterans' hospital. He had been a resident here for nine years. Mr. Solomon wes a veteran of World War II, a member of the Eastern Paraplegic Association, Sigma Delta Chi national honorary journalistic fraternity, past commander of Post 243, Jewish War | • %  '"• l ..•' | Veterans, trustee in the Florida state Jewish War Veterans and member of the Disabled Veterans Association and the Harvey W. Seeds Post, American Legion. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Solomon, and a brother, Seymour, all of Miami. Services were Mar. 23 in the Miami Chapel of Gordon Funeral Home, with burial in Star of David Cemetery. m Send first m to Congress %E(JTA>-A live-man ,„ the forthcoming SLM Congre* in JeruZ c hosen here at a jo.nt 1 nf the West Berlin and *rlnan State electoral Sof the Zionist OrS 0-nnany. The de.e"X cre candidates on an dJpon "unity list." are not Tany polltied P arty „ .iftlfinl time since well the war that representa(ro m Germany will attend fconist ("i >tian Bay Area Idive Effort workerin the Venetian met but week at the Albotel. ... jrman Leon Ell pointed out ciirr< „| s ome 50 key vol; that they will he re-ponsi%  oliciUtion of the residenea -providing the highest tential in the entire CJA ampai-r... jp!e Beth Sholom, led by | Lewi Kronish, -applied the [,(rolui %  solicitation import; i Attending VI lera were ian Mr and Mrs. E. nan. In tone, ('has. n MrBea Ki el, Ell KatzifordKean, l rank BricJunan, Burrll. Joseph Rubin, Ben .Ralph Spero, Z ichary Bailfc Amdur. Julius Kosenstein, |EH. Oscar Mamber. |tph Hoffman. John Serbia, Erenberu. Joseph Rose, Ginsberg, Joseph Abelow. Cypen. MornB. Miller, Talianoff, Abe Solosko, Chapman. William Agranieilie G Etta Broida Jarold Feldman. Inn Lays Teen Problems to Sellers Here time dope peddlers from North arc now operating in | county without any concenirmer Bhernmy Sullivan charged this 'i for Sliermocratic primary, w sheriff with law enforce| eiperiencican obtain FBI V on thesi hoodlums and [down their activity in Dade p,"Sul!i\;,n said, tinted out thai many breaklid entering rases involving can be traced directly h tor dope. Recent to set up a narcotics bureau with ty Federal men in the county tramed personnel who will devote and apprehending dope sellers and [Urn elected Sheriff, I intend pushers." Sullivan added. Ililn area Ili.-ii pt i iii,,n. HI I,..in. %  S.-IW. ., ,,.. M.i, JJ ,„ |(, v ,. r .|,|,.. Beach Memorial < li. (> I. Waehlnaton %  "•• %  %  "'in burial In ,\n sin... i •• ,,,... tary MRS. SYLVIA COHEN s\v |'ith st., wh i. ago 11-.it. New fork, died Mar • si.. ii, U i Mi.i ml Jew lah i Vinun Flanler-Orar. lh Community Center. Rha ..I-., laugh) Runda) school al Coral (tables l. iah i 'entei She a .,• .. i bei of I -i aellte i 'enti I ind South I iade Jewlah Community Centei Run Include her husband, Nathan, and two dana-lit.-!-. Jane and i id> s. i were Mai -:\ in Riverside-Bea. h Meal Chapel, Plagler >i with b in Mi sin. u Cemetery. JOSEPH HABER %  -' I lb. %  %  who died Mar N v. HII.I IIH.I beea %  winter visitor I ten ;.nd two brother*. Bervloei '"i man) years. !!<• was a mem-1 Interment were in N.w York, a I bei ..I Win knien's I'lul.. Survivoi'H I Hi-llman'a Funeral Chapel in %  I %  in.iud)his wife, Banana, iwo .IUUEIII locally. **ww\~ MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY EDWARD MATTHEW 63. of i ••;i ••. x. id. ni of Kneael h l-:... I I rega tlon, I Mai -i in %  < h. lllnesa. At n innfacl i i he moved here from 11. li. Ipi -l found K n II i i: Rei ..nth. he and hh ella, nv ved l. u U I., regular!) to Mian foi in adklltloi and k mid Abe Rei \ W< \fTi r '.' I 111 I: Memo 11 l with burial In i ADOLPH FRIEDMAN It "f l*M S'W 53th -i .i .1 Mar. 21. Ma i -i in ii i Miami i "h.ip. I, followed I Ml Klna i i em. ter) \ etired tailor, Mi i'i i. iliii.n II.. .ved h. i • ago from Sew tTora City, Bui HH I ide hi-. '(• %  • Tlllla HARRY HOLZAPFEL ••..•.. ,.f Ml Km li'i mi' died Mar JO, A winlri resident, h* Wai -1 n in-iiiam ajrenl from Brooklyn, N v Rurwv.is Include his wife, T.-nnina. They moved here laal 'nil HII.I planned i" i.i%  II.-. i ii.ii • daucl a PI M II -'I Ii. H Beach M l ("napel. ^ II ave v ,1 I., M i. N.-IM. I '.H.. KELMAN LITVIN M, ..I" 41 s\v isiir -i. ,ii..I Mar, 10 iii .i honpttnl. A bulldlna i ont i In. .i in.from Phil idelphl i Sur a Ife. Bei tha; three sona \i iini Isido Isldoi. BO. M Clara Ch Mar i'i in i in. 11 .ii Home, a itii bui i • i Ir, Mi. N.IMI ('. II SAMUEL BLANCH • I.II ii.... mini .HH! • %  ;. i ator, iii.-il Mar l • in ;i hospital. He lived al Si I'll -I I Ii:.'. :ili I I. i .inn. fi..n .ni ..I m the Hoi Ida %  %  t lie Hebrew I I. .1 in.ii.l I 'I'i t I i, I %  Il I .1 •!. I '; %  ii I'.'l ill! anil Slllii • vlvlni a Ife, Mar) a daui \i i hi %  • 11 andi hlldi en Rei > HI .'...ni,. i with 'in lal In Mt, N< I'" ''. 111 • %  : %  i MISS JEANNE CAHN Hills, N'.Y died Mil I M i irrangeinentt wen b Hellman'i Chapel, BENJAMIN COHEN :.'. ,.i 1101 Meridian ave. dl 1 I!.. He ami hi Atlantic Clt). N.J where he h • I %  r .if a men's i l"ii Ina Sm \ Ivora Include hla a II • i u.. .mi-, one daughter and ;. ilater, Mra, [da Qerber Ben iimi liinini wera In Pittsburgh, Pa with armngementa bj R Beach Memorial Chapel, Waahlngton live. ARNOLD POLLACK 71. ..f klO siii si., who came here fi\.reara ;IOIOBIS tour ffyiajMffc a nW OeSeto Otaltr U 2nd AVENUE MIAMI Pttrs BEST wum JUDGE FRANCIS J. CHRISTIE l *i.ls, YOUR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE District 2 AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA in charge ol i %  %  MORRIS FEINGOLD 7' Of mak. "V ."'"V, i \i ,. ,,f III rangem enta. LOUIS GROSSMAN of 1171 Aobotl \> i i" %  %  ,'.,,>,i,.in Bervlce. i Mar don Chapel, with f DavM I ADOLPH KIRSCHER I nf % %  % %  "' %  H • ','"' '. Bervicea and b • l '" Y „. K mil, jX'ni IWach M rial L'n lale. ... ffi^xss& PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 MIAMI'S ONE AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATERING EXCLUSIVELY 70 THE JEWISH CLIENTELE GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI i GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES F00TST0NES o Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save! All Monuments Custom Made In Our Own Shops Within 3 Days I i by ilodge !** • MRS ESTHER WASMAN .M.I. SOLOMON A8H U. ..r iii ii.il'."> '•• .11%  1 Mar. 3277 %  79 SI SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Nexf to Corner at 33rd Avenue PHONES: 5 HI 65922 i HI 6-5921 1 1 Courteous \ I EMivivni H Dignitied Service if NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME 11 formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL Edward T. Xowinan funeral Director 1333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677 i! % % % % % % % > > % %  w MIAMI BEACH • % 



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n j E All/, oman s IJUcrU Phyllis Kandel was surprised with a luncheon I s j, 0W er given Saturday at the home of her Se, Miss Carol Waaher, 1056 Lenox ave Tl„. color scheme of the affair was carried out in pink and white in honor of Phyllis' approaching marriage to Dr. Maurice H. Lazxlo on Apr. 29 at the Hotel Pierre in New York. ITthe daughter of the Morris J. K.ndols, of 995 North Pi and a graduate of Miami Beach High. The very de-electas editor in-chief of Typhoon and a member %  now a senior at Brywn Mawr College for Women and Lj'degrt-p come June, by which time she will, of coui m(1 (ffe Ol Dr. Laillo. ,. of GotblOl Town's Mrs. Halan Lanlo. fni graduated from the University of Chicago medical Id present is a captain in the U.S. service, stationed at Ljcital in Philadelphia. n B. I. Bindar will be establishing a romf'ki!i'l at '!'•' c,08€ of the holida y season. I time. Binder, who's president of the Lucerne here, will Lnsentative to Europe for the purpose of diatribul ami other advertisini matter to interest continental _.in visiting Miami Beach. E a "first" in Beach hotel history, according to Binder, 5 ..£ UI d" that he had travelled extensively %  at tho '" %  ineped the latest innovations in [feign befori constructing his oceanfront establishment. Jurlts P. Feinbergs opened their 5987 North Bay rd. home [totop members in the community. tipal speaker at the affair, which aired the possibility of [ %  7American Jewish Congress chapter here, was Isaac lational director of the organization. leader-included I.aGorce dr.'s Lucy and Isidor SimIbo've just returned from trips to New York and Jamaica. jltwis Pl*y is back from Gotham Town, where she went (the arrival ol her granddaughter. Liura Ann Koch arrived two days after her brother, _vid, celebrated his first birthday. By parents arc Roberta and Richard Koch, who originally I Normandy Shores, but who are making Teancck, N.J., manent home. >>>>< € € hay meant a cnlden wedding anniversary celebration for En. Herman Friedman, of 800 Biscayne st. [occasion was made complete when son William, his wife, | tsdr nine-year-old, Howard, drove from Lake Worth to ; day with the celebrating couple. |fridmans were married on March 25, 1906. >>>>>> c and Comings: Mrs. Balla Ritter has left by plane for ih New York City, following a Miami Beach visit with He*s in her Park Terrace apartment. itof Mr. and Mrs. Hanry Fishman, 1475 Daytonia rd [Point, are hibrother and sister-in-law. the Yarroll FishXa-hville. Term j Irving Greenfields left last week for Nassau. BWI. where Ipart in the Calcutta Golf Tournament, representing Wc.-Ipctry Club. I who were scheduled to attend the gala sporting and [affair were Mr. and Mrs. Sidnay Mayar, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ir.mdMrs. Harry Landfield, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frohman, |Mrs. Joseoh Weintraub, Mr. and Mrs. Milas Schlapik, Dr. >Daniel Schlapik and Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Taylor—all reprt•|Te-f. Mitchell Wolfsons left for a trip around the world la-t %  loot before being wished bon voyage by friends. (well luncheon was tendered two days prior to their dell Mrs. J. S. Rabin and her daughter,' Mrs, Louis Wolfson, fontainehleau Vocally, (he party honored Francas Wolfson and daughter Mid throughout the luncheon a giant globe of the world Mlie center ol the room. %  8 Wests at the farewell affair were Mrs. Arthur Ungar trMisj Nettie Klein, Mrs. Sua Tohrnar and daughter Mrs. [S'thberg, Mrs. Leonard Abass, Mrs. Sidnay Mayar, Mrs. *9flman, Mrs. Louis Wolfson, Mrs. Max Orovitx, Mrs. Jack w. Charles Goldstein and Mrs. Walter Jacobs. .. ,J > Pine Tree dr. will be the site Friday for a luncheon and l*o* at the honic of Mrs. Morris Lansburgh. Assisting >' wtaiU and preparation for the 1 p.m. affair is Mrs. Alvin I KichUr. •wxWeities opened their 4201 Palm ave. home Saturday "••' "nique ifftj r ldi!. eh Klv 50me quests honored five different familicfoitterent reasons: Mrs. Samuel Sakrais Is leaving for Israel "•Bugs of Bonds of Israel. f ^ rt assah M 'Maa Wainstain is also leaving for Israel. hahamr' 1 8re lhe targets of Mr *" d Mr B#n G#IUr Wh ,e atl Gr nb *r B was honored prior to her soon scheduled '""•-you guessed it-Israel trip. BalrtK 1 it at th f e ght ,ocal sweet s> x me Beautiful" will he held in the dining hall of Temple Emanu-El We I \ Vnr. 11. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., sponsored by the PTA. Purpose of the institute will he to explain the 'know-how" and technique of a beautiful Jewish home. The institute will emphasize the various Jewish holidays, how to celebrate these holidays ha. I traditional manner, how to enjoy the beauty Of Jewish tradition and the various table decorations and holiday crafts which can be used. Holidays will be discussed as follow-: Sabbath, Mrs. Alfred Stone; Succoth. Mrs. James Cohen: Passover, Mrs. Lewis Pollack; Shevouth. Mrs. Jacob Classman; and High Holidays. Mrs. Benjamin Greene. Mrs. Joseph Abelon. Mrs. Joel Newman and Mrs. Norman Celler will display table decorations and holiday crafts and show how to Continued on Page 3 B Mrs. Max Davis (left), vice president of Miami Beach B'nai B'rilh Women, receives membership award from Mrs. Helen Sanders, past president and counsellor, at annual donor luncheon of the women's organization Mar. 20 in Eden Roc hotel. Some 300 ladies saw presentation of this ascribed menorah. symbol of the order, honoring Mrs. Weitz for bringing in ^gest amount of members in history of the chapter. MS. DAVID PHILLIPS APPOINTED TO LE AD FINAL EFFORT Women Launch Vigorous 'Cleanup' Campaign for Quota A vigorous "cleanup ca Ins been launched by the OMl'i division of the Combined Jewish Appeal in an effort to achieve thenquota withm the next ten days. Appointed to lead the important final effort by Greater Miami en in behalf of thousands of B( persona m this country and over'ea.MrDavid Phillips, prominent local civic W .rkcr and a* iv identified with the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. According to Mr*. Samuel Sim onhoif. chairman of the womens division, the "second campaign linatad by officers and board of directors of the women's 6 drive: Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Samuel N. Friedland, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Louis Altschul. Events chairmen who will also participate are Mrs. Leonard A. Continued on Page 3 B



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MorchJO^G^ LkrtstJhr*Jkui f wninine t> omctvont Donor Luncheon Scheduled Coral chapter of the American Medical Center at Denver will hold a donor luncheon at the Casablanca hotel Wednesday noon, Apr. 11. ng an all-out "cleanup drive" are "officers of the CIA women's division (to right!: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, vice tot; Mrs. Moe Feingold, recording secMrs. Samuel Simonhoff, campaign chairman; Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president; Mrs. Monte Selig, vice president; and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, parliamentarian. Missing from photo is Mrs. Samuel N. Friedland, corresponding secretary. launch Vigorous 'Cleanup' Campaign for Quota 'Home Beautiful 1 Institute Slated Continued from Page 1 B interest children in Jewish holiday activities. Bongs that children learn on various holidays will be taught to parents by Mr>. Miriam Solboff, LeachIT at the religiOtU school of Temple Kmanu-El. Guests of the institute will be given a booklet. •The Jewish Home Beautiful." Mrs. Abe Kaufman is in charge of publication, which contains songs, blessings and the history of each holiday and how to celebrate them. Mrs. Jerry Resnick in in charge of tickets. Holiday luncheon is under the supervision of Mrs. Herbert Young. Hostesses will be under the supervision of Mrs. Herbert Cohen. Page 3 B Ceramics Exhibit Due at Gallery One of the nation's top annual ceramics exhibitions opens next month at the Joe and Emily Ixn\< Art Gallery, University of Miami, according to interim director Robert Tyler Davi> Sponsored by the Ceramic League of Miami, the Miami national ceramic exhibition will be on view Apr. 13 to 29. Mrs. Russell Pancoast is chairman. This year marks the fourth for the annual show, recently renamed to emphasize its national significance. JMHJ rryjT _o^f_ OUII H' s I~ a T timed from Page 1 B Clem Myerson, Mrs ICoMbcru. Mrs Samuel Lipi Joseph Berman, Mrs. Leo Mr. Joseph M. Lipton, tph M Rose, Mrs, John MrCarl Susskind, Mrs. bigtld. Mr-. Meyer A. Basis. Loui> .1 Krensky, Mrs. |j. Coldin. Mrs Harry GorMonte Selig, Mrs. | P. Feinberg, Mrs. Max M. Mrs. Arthur Burrell and irid Bass. hwving will he Mrs. Wilntr. MrAbe L. Cassett. Iring Cjrpen, Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Samuel Ginsburg, old Rand. Mrs. Arnold Seeder. Mrs Samuel Feldman. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs. Leon Jacob-.. Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Harry Platoff, Mrs. Henry Seitlin. MiMatilda Ratner, Mrs. Oscar Sindell. Mrs. Helen Rajma. Mrs. Philip Kay, Mrs. Mortimer Wien. Mrs. Frances Miller, Mrs Ouida Rubin. Mrs. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, Mrs Alyce Mayne. Mrs. Jean Lehman. Mrs. Sam H. Rost and Mrs. Emanuel Smith. I School of Music I Piano, Accordion and f Courses Taught by ilonal Teachers. : RULER ST. PH. -4033 "VVV"\ NEW TIME FOR SH CLASSICAL HOUR \ Viddiih Clinical Hour J l*rd ever/ Sunday from 1 [ noon to 1:30 p.m. T*o New Fealuret "THEATRE NEWS" futuring S,m on Wolff |*0M A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" flu'ing Shuhana Spector STATION WWPB M50 en Your Dial "•Jewish Forum On The Air" Every Sestdey-lOiOO to 11:00 a.m. Stotion: WMIE (1140 en dial) With Vaffees Feature. %  tadacad and Directed by SIMON StIDtN 503 S.W. 17ffi Ae..._ Ph. 82-5480 VAw^nv'WAj^WWAvAVWnV Listen to SCHACHTER'S IMIM JEWiSH PROGRAMS Every Sunday 2 a.m. and Monday thru Friday 4:30 p.m. on RADIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DIAL fail Program h the first and has fat Largest listening Audience GIA^ F 0 R EVERY PURPOSE wLH JJ STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resiivering Our Specialty Mm & G. Glass and Mirror Works; 136 S.W. 8th STREET Harris Or/in t i PHONE FR 3-2728 I I II it In Harmony In all art. harmony hrine? a feeling of rettfulneM and inspiration. A beautifully deMgned memorial ha the tame effect. When hiended with -ley and treei and green green gr*M it ian uplifting sight to all who fee it—a lovely fitting tribute to the one whose name it be A memorial is one of the most important purchases yon Will ever ma\e. Buy until confidence from an rstdl ed dealer where service tndjst art istured. MEMORIALS OF ENDURING BEAUTY H. Abrams, General Manager DADE MONUMENTS INC 3241 S.W. 8th St. Miami Ph. HI 4-2018 'AUAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N W 36th Street FOR YOUR "RSOKAMZED SERVICE "ART" "MAUtr" "MAT" C0ULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Pointing ( 1"M>44. FR 4-4652 840 S.W. 8th Street ( Complete and Dependable Title Service %  AMI TITLE tOktractCc. YEARS OF TITLI SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY J WS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title lasaratKe Felicias af Reason CHy Title Insurance Ce. Cepilml, Urmin A Reserves F*ceed 13,000*00 IRELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 2&3i*r TAMIAMI BRANCH 901 S.W. Eifihlh Street CONVENIENCE EDISON CENTER BRANCH ~S797 N.W. Seventh Avenge Perhaps Your Home Needs Improvement, Too? Do it yourself or have it done ... we can help with the financing. Then pay. us back by the month at your convenience ... out of income. ... If you are planning home ownership, consult us. You'll like the low cost, low rate, easy monthly payment DADE FEDERAL HOME LOAN. No obligation!


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March 30195S_ [ r^TpUBLlCATlON uRt"" A; i In t '*>'. ii. M ii "f ComVUmi. I World* t E B V PUBLICATION • PiofLlIT COURT OF THE ''"JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF | AN D FOR DADE ^CHANCERY NO. 188432 IKY. PI* IfBAXCES I BRBT, llTrOR DIVORCE ..I. Ill II I .1 tnswer or I on M:V M [ AnM'linK in tin ,1. %  %  II you full | II InI f deli i lint. I $HFI VN I L i• i:i L i:i %  ii Mi A I i !. i: LEATIII CM.W. Clerk I •. final report and petition for Klnal I I|HI li.ii i-. ,ix .,r of .i IKE FKI.T. ,i, and timt II" the 17th ilii\ o( April will IIIHIK to the Honorable \\ P. Blanton. Count) Judge ol i>.<>\" BROCK, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: TK\ IS l-:i.H"V BROTH Baltimore Hotel '.HI Loa Angeles Bti i el IB Anseles, California TOD M:I HEREBT REQUrRET) to .i pony of your anawer to the Complaint for Divorce filed here Plalntlffa attorneys, Coi'RSHON & PINK, 80S Lincoln Road, Miami I Florida, sod to file the orlaJnal In the office of tini 'lei k of the %  •< on "i before I he 6th di i of Apt II, otherwise ,i default win in• %  tared atrain-t yew Dated this 5th ilay of Mun-li. 18 K. I! LEATHERMAN, i 'let k of i 'oiin By It II RICE, JR. Deput) Clerk (flrrult I'mirl Baal) S/t-Mstt-M IN TU N C 0T JJ E TO CREDITORS SLA.*!^^ "Sf E S CO C U 0 N U TV "I -IN I-:I:M: BfTMSR, De, Ii %  ', any "no i• %  .. ri-1 ,,, ''"'" %  "' > %  •"• maj hnve :i L,in-1 i|i, '"'IN i. K \ "'' %  "• %  ••' Ml imde n ."""' %  '" % %  %  Hi %  I ULAN flu '" I '"• he mi. in hi* offlc. n the In Dadi HI.II.I.I within '" the legal nddresti of th inn t.. be sworn to nnr1 Dati March 15, A.D El'NICE REI.L.E Bl Tl \\\n '"' il nf "I.IN EDGAR Bl n I:I:. ROTHBNBERfl I Bl RRIfc t i i ,\ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engraxi in Ihl flctltioUM lulll,. of QATOR OREKT1NOH Ml iml B< a< h, Plot Ida, Inti nde to reflatei the Mid nami with the Clerk nf the Cln till Coui t ..f Dade County, i-'i' i 'iiiii .'i Miami Beach, I lorlda, thli 12th daj of March, lM BOB BTONE A Bl Mi riTi.::i: Af irney for Applli anl i>i Alnsle) Rids., Miami, Florida 1/6-1] LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 188278 Li i i \ HANHEN, Plaintiff, \ i. \K ii \\si:\ Defendant. rO: UtANK HAN8EN R< I'nkonwn • '"I '•• reojul ...-.• nf i the Bill m Complalnl %  oi ni II,. plalntlfri attot ney, •"'' '" "He 'i i Iglnal anus er M ol the Clerk nf the I '" %  "lit "I ..I befort the 2Ird da) "f April, A n |( .1, othei i Bill hei etof .1 '• filed herein, will be taken ax conI b> \IIII %  • %  : B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the • hade l Bj l: B. WW.v I Court 8. Dei Nairn ind tddn nf -ill Itoi : MILTON v PBIEDMAN Hi. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY ''.I\ BN that the undersigned, Desiring to engsge in business under tinfletltloui nami JEWEL HOMES: ITS A JEWEL, al 6698 H W. 20th Street, Miami, Florida, ii tende tn register Hilid nnnn-s will] the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klnrliln. JEWEL Bl'ILDBRB CORPJ; ,I ilorlda < 'oi;'. al Ion IF UM'.V J, PARBMAN ney for Apllcant i Plasler Street, Ml in I, PI I.I 10 — t 2 .i CTF. OF CORPORATE [DISSOLUTION |NAME AND BY THE IITY OF THE STATE |0F FLORIDA VTHOM THKSK i'Rl I IME r.KKKTINOS EX ;t.wi'i:i: UMI BFACII I U iRID \ %  TKMA.VN J KAi'M hi .OKI DA | HI HIM AN, %  AMI BEACH 1-1 .i IRID \ I \ I • i orlda: r I f buel • lt n \ D In Ule I t he i. did n of Mai .. A i itBt, iVii in the offli of thi• %  %  Btate "t I nd n khulrtem i Chapter .'..ni: tinlion { I IN" of 1 Mi. fore' I'NII thioomk'HEREOF, I into wi „ ., i, ,,,,i i ihf Oreal I i .'bin. L fHpltal, t M Of Sl.it.IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36133-B In Re ESTATE Ol WALLACE HIOGH, I •-'•-need NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltori ..nil All Peraom II ivIIIK Claim* HI I IIIIIHIHI.S Afalnat Bald Vim. ami each nf you are hereby notified and requ red t" preeenl an) .i.i!in-, ami demanda which you. or either <.f you, ma • %  unl the i-t.,t. of WAI.I.Ai I". HIOG8, .loceas,-.l late Df Dade Count}', Florida, t" the Honorable Qount) Judcea ..f Dade County, noil ni,the lame In their ofin the Count] Courthouae In Dade County, i"i la, within eight calendar months from the date of the flral pub-1 s.uii I i de t III.-I in thf legal addt i the riainiiini and to be wom to ami | -••.I an afereeald, i.r aame will !>. ban Ut of the s. t ii.it,March 8. A i • ALBERT IICTCHINSON. Ae !>• %  ul f l be l-i-t Will and ol WALLACE 111': %  KOVNER .v MANNHEIMER 120 Lincoln Road Miami I'.i-.uh. Plot \itm in v foi Exei ulor I NOTICE UNDCR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OTVEN that the undoralarned, deal ring t-. engas* In hualneai undei tle flctltloue nai CARGO IM.I lAnTNG CO (not i 1'ii.feKt.lonnl Bldg Miami. Florida, Intend* to n im **''"' ,,-ik of the Clrcuil Puorl "f Dmde I'ountv, Florida Bin TACBER, Owner MILTON A. Kill I-.OMAN Attorney f"r Applicant Keybold Hblg. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undei aliened, ilenlrlng In engage In bualneae under th.fi.-tltii.iin name of RED HORSE TAVERN, al I8J s U %  iTih Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intend* In r.r I namiwith the < Ink ..r the circuit Court ol Dade County, •' "• l.n. I.IAN H.-iASTRO KKSSI.KIt ft QA1 Attorne) %  f"r Applb-ant 178] W Klagler Sin • I 3/16-23-30 — 1/6 ^^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS MA UC |_A W NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage In huelneiu under the flctltloui name of TILRAY I.I: VNER8, al 21 B \\ Mb Ml mi. Florida, Intends t" leglster said name with the Clerk f th* i !ln nit c t ni i lad* County, Floi Ida, MAY OREENSTEIN M W i: RTLVER Attcii in v ti>i May Orei nsteln i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai i hs u fted, desiring to engage In buslm name of Ul iLDEN i;i.\l'KS T V & APPLIANCE SERVICE si 675 S W lTmii Noi • h Mi iml Plor la Intend* to t ey.stiT mid name with the Clerk nf .it Court of Dade in inlv. l-loi ill.i MONROE REESE Kl IVNER A M NNHEIMER A 11 ni in v ^ fur Mi ini in1: I 6-1 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the f let Ii me of GENERAL AMERICAN TRADING i i I\I IT INC i. at ItlO N w. 7th A v. in... M i.urn. I' ntenda t I name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida GEORGE 1GER KOVNER 6t M \NViu:iMi:i: Al tut nej t-ii lenei ii A met Ii an Trading Co (No! Im 1, 4 6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN tba ir 0 NTV JUDGES' COURT \ % % % %  %  • k i r "ONiasiiKRo, •* %  <0 CREDITORS MAlll'-i-.in,H*v. I ''*'" %  "'Against Bald • *MS||2L ,OU % % %  h-.i ILSL* '•' %  • %  Bl u he KoKB^if"" ^ k" flkii,"'-'"' Dsde h *t..i.v ;""'" their .. V rthou* [ .late of Ii: py to "'-> <^ ,h, k/. %  KWUiHI i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, the iinderHlKiied. desiring I" engage In i business under the flrtltlous nkme pf SPEEDWAY BAR, at 316 N.W. lh Street. Miami. Florida Intend* %  >/eg later *aM nan i with Ih* Clerk of tn* Circuit rniirt nf l>S.le I'.IIIIIH. 1-im nla SHIRLEY LOREY WINDON. owner KE88LER .^ GARS Attorney* fur Aiipilennt I7M W. Klagler Street 3,16-2330 — 4/6 NOTICE TO DEFEND ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN *NB p O R OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 1i7i7L M „„ ORA7.IA M. McDOWELL, ria.ntiff. f,UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: WILLIAM K ItoDOWELL ,le Spring* Hotel Castle lint .springs, Ar *""* TOU, WILLIAM K McI>0£ELL. are hereby notified that a Bill ,. rk (Circuit Court Seall Deputy ClerK COITRBMON A FINK Attorney* for PlslDtlir __.„ K n Road. Miami Beach. M* >/>-l-M-M the I'll. Ull l Florida I IV.MAX Wol.l-SiiN AIDA Wol.ISON, owners I.i:. iNARD KAUSH AH..1 ney for Applicants 1001 Iml'.ail I'.I.IK. '.II — 4/6-13 ^_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY C1VEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualnea* undei the flctltlou* name ol DADR LAUNDROMAT, at 5606 s w s,i, strei t. Miami. Florida, Intend t" ,i,l name with the I lerk of the Circuit court of Dads > oiuity, ^ ri BENJAMIN WBENBERa ROSE I88ENBERO, Sole Owner* LEON KAPLAN Attorney for Applicants R) 1.1.1. 1 Building is NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDAIN PROBATE. No. 37612-B %  n I!. BS IVI'K OF M MtioN COWAN, De. eased. To Aiici-iii. ora.mi AII *£"*&: Ing claims ..I Demand* Against Sum %  you! ami each Of fOU, m hereby notifleil ami re.„.iie.l Jo present W „ ,,„,| deiiiamls bl.-h >ou, or ,,r von. nws have NWJnal the „ MARION COWAN. eased fat".,r Dade County n. "'i. "• *** Honorable Coonty Judge* of |, rt / • "and file the sum,In their ofrub.Won^w^-2 and I presented a a fur a|d or same will be barred. V! Vi w,..r Of th. last WIH and Testament of MAIOU.x COWAN. ""* s, ,"', 1 v MYERS. HEIMAN K A1 LAN So Sevbold Hid* Miami. Ha Attorney* for BDWARDCOWAM 1 0— 4/6-1S ^ U rt^^deCou,,,, ( n o,n.a KAi;iN J/-l-2S-S0 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY fllVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In IniRlnesf in.i.thi SPECTRPM ENTERPRISES numbi i R2 N \\' -TUi Avi mi. in the City of Miami, i loi Ida, Intend to i eglster the Mid n mi.with the Clei k ..f the IL nit i '..in i of I >ade 'ounty, Floi Ida Dated *l Miami. Florida, tin daj ..i Man h, 1966 EDWARD E. BCHL'LZ LESLIE R KOVAL Bqnal Part i i :: it i .;-]:;. 2II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fl. i Itfous na BISHOP AMI'KEMENT COMPANY, 8 N W Ith Btn et, Miami. Kl... Ida, Intends to register saM name with the %  'lerk ••! tb Clt cull Court of I lade County, Florida. ROSE DESEDERIO, Owner MORTON M BE1GEL Attorney for Applicant 'i..I I'.i-. I.I. Bids. /I0 — i •;NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai the underalgned, desiring to engage 'n business under the fictitious nan t TRADEWIND8 1*R. al 58S N i: 2nd Avenue, Intend to register said name with tinClerk of the Circuit ..i I iade Counl I oi Ida ERNEST I RENZI PATSY ANDY KESSLER A GARS Attorne] foi Applicants West Flagler St :; J:;-::n I 6-13 A neighbor's child fails out of a tree in your back yard. Does your liability insurance provide funds for the medical bills? For th answer fo thi; *# any other fcwwronee sweetie*) SEE NEW BUILDING IMaiitation K\v 65 MILES SOUTH 8F MIAMI, new 2-tory bldg., has 12 store* of various sizes, restaurant and bar ready for lease. Living quarters upstairs. 490' of U.S. jrl by 120' deep, rear faces paved county road. Plenty of parking. 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. 600' OF HIGHWAY FRONTAGE by 120" deep for $68.50 per front foot, excellent site for gas station; hold balance for investment. 400' FEET OCEAN FRONTAGE by 1250' to highway. Beautiful (it* for motel and homesites. Highest tract ocean frontage on Plantation Key, deep water short distance out. Eacrifice $50,000 cash. JAMES M. HESS, Realtor 10503 S. Dixie Highway PHONE M0 7-0731 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CO\N Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ACME SUPPLY CO. 9-5274 FR 3-6996 it Arthur M. Kahn Richard L. Powefl Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street net TSAvnnts. *•*• ATTENTION ATTORNEYS^ +Jenl§t> flcrkUari solicits vour legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • Phone FR 4-4366 for messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FR 1 4366



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%ksMiBs£MtMi Page 11 A. form Page 1 A „„,-.,,! out tVi;*r 'the fcbv' iT--' r 400 EVn >-ear's contri| of S57.0OO. %  division la headed **•*? land Lf') EisenateiB m Miath and William Groner h Sam Badanes announced [produce Division had over reported in. exceeding jou of SI 1.000. Dr. Herman iriU reported that the Dent[vision was one of the first jred not only their 1956 tut also amounts contributI vear bv this professional kith nearly S7.000 collected BAT-RE-NU NOW-For the First Time Available in Florida Make Your Battery Self Recuperating With BAT-RE NU Heal Causes Lead Sulphate. Number One Battery Killer Rtnew your battery or keep it new with BAT-RE-NU • Free Charge if Ever Needed e Batteries Last 4 Times as Long e Stops Cable Corrosion in Old or New Don't Buy a Battery Until You Have Tried BAT-RE-NU Distributor SIMON'S STANDARD SERVICE 2845 N.W. 7th AVE. — PHONE FR 3-9178 Dealers Wanted 6 VOLT $1.50 12 VOLT $3.00 Sunset Court Mortgage Co. We Can Offer You Well-Secured 1st ivtotgjf 7225 S.W. 57th Ct. South Miami PHONE MO 6-0021 at SAM THE TAILOR EASTER SPECIAL LADIES' & MEN'S SUITS Made to Measure is, RDER $18 22S N.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone FR 4-6859 M1S SKRVICESl The Signature Shop Place Settings, Orchid Pots, Planters, also Portrait of Your Child 3139 COMMODORE PLAZA COCONUT GROVE MAY I HELP YOU IN YOUR Interior Decorating Problems GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS Woody's Texaco Service. Lubrication Specialists — Gas • Oils • Batteries Tires "Service with a Smile" 470 M.W. 5tK STIIIT PHONE FR 3-9533 also Consultation Service in Your Home. $5.00. Miss Kay, PL 7-1643. Mobile Musical Carousel Available for Birthday Parties, Grand Opening*. $20 Minimum. Phone NA 1-2488. %  while, 'parked by an adbf Stanley C Myers, presi[ the Greater Miami Jewish lion, community service responded to the call to CJA and contributed 30 I more than last year's jzifts heord-breaking social event iek at the Algiers hotel. .1 worker-:, agency hi r-. nurses fcministrative member*, enftically applauded Myers [ed "sacrifice giving in orBisttin Greater Miami's Institutions and to plan tar and more vital conv of tomon Irman of the Community TB Division, Rabbi l>enn .and co-chairman Emanuel j termed the campaign gathh success beyond all expecV On hand were represenl of all agencies and instituiffihated in the Greater Mi%  idj Federation, as well as sted campamn division leadid their p" %  mittee steering the social [included Milton Balsam, Herlerger. Rabbi Jonah Caplafi, Carver. Albert Comanor, i Ederer. Herman F.iscnberg, i Farber. Minnie Feinbcrg, H. Gale. Samuel Gertner. Ins. are added to Lheir "*u inventory. GREETINGS Harding Paint & Hardware Phone UN 6-2252 9471 Harding Avenue, Surfside Prompt Delivery Miami Beach, Florida GREET, •*... Jim0N l RAINMAKER LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS, INC. Underground lawn Sprinkler Stystem, Hand or Automotic Control 270 N.W. utnm ." %  n ^ ~fo~ALr?7TsfA~SON'S CREETIN6S "Prefect What You Nave" SWENSON DUGGAN INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance 3253 N.W. 22nd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA _— %  INVESTIGATOR PRIVATE INTERVIEW BY APPOINTMENT Phone FR 4-5013 LOOK YEARS YOUNGER BY FACE MUSCLE THERAPY. For details about this amazing method, call JE 8-7047. 1613 Alton Road, Miami Beach. TOM SPAGN0L0 fine Custom Tailor Formerly with Arthur Cohen Fifth Avenue, New York City 1654 LENOX AVENUE Oft Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-3423 RENT A CAR $15 per Week plus 5c per Mile Best For Less bit* S RENTALS 1451 W. FLAGLER — Ph. FR 3-8785 pickup Miami and Beach Permanent Waving and Hair Tinting Our Specialty Basil Diaz Beauty Safon Specializing in Silver Blondes 5775 S.W. 8th St. Ph. MO 7-1077 PRACTICAL NURSE INFANTS, CHILDREN CONVALESCENTS Reliable Baby Sitting Hour, Day or Week. Reasonable HI 6-6227 REAL ESTATE LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jersey, Philodelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Albany, Boston, Providence — all ether points. DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AVE Perrine Real Estate Co. 90 acres of high pine land. 2700 ft. of road frontage. Between Coconut Palm and Plumber Dr., west of Krente. $1600 per acre with terms and releases. WE HAVE LOTS OF OTHER LISTINGS Perrine j Real Estate Co. REALTORS 17931 S. Dixie Highway 1 Phones 817-9221 — 817-7226 MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL I GO TO THE POLLS VOTE FOR KNOWLES Constable District 1 Paul E. Knowles ilM. Pol, Adv.) LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MiTh'i: is HEREBY <;l\KV th.'t tin. undersigned, denlrlne to OURRK* in bUHlnoa under the rietltipue name of COR \i. W w riiniMVTs. at P. o. Intends to recUter wld name %  !" the le-nc of th.> Circuit Ooart of De.de County, Rtorloe,. ,,,,,,,,, CANTO R, owner 1/23-30 — 4/8-U



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Page 2 A +Ji" Greater Miami, announced this week at a luncheon of key leaden at the Algiers hotel th.it were moving forward to having one of the most successful Brani cents this year. Brandeis University eluh chairman spoke ol the elaborate plans to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the late United StateSupreme Court Justice, Louis Dembitz Brandeis. "During this year, the entire nation and Americans of the Jewish faith in particular will have the opportunity of paying tribute to the memory of the great juror. A commission of noted legal, academic and national figures has been created by the university to plan a series of events and projects which will enable the country to honor Justice Brandcigreat impact upon the growth and Baymoar Heller, U Jacobs, L* maturing of our nation." Dr. Freh•' %  > • Mri Leon B < %  % %  w 1 4 J .! ling stated. r | a j Kandel, Howard Kane, .lulu. Tt i ii ,u lln, liw< nufl KPVHe also told the group of spon„,.„. s „, K ROTS that among the various pro'ah. Mrs Leon Kronlah, .!••-• i-h i ... IM Edward •: Lear, Itabl.l Irv.lects presently being planned are the publication of the collected \i Irving Lehrraaui I Rrandeis naners a series of svm%  i ""' 1 1 '"^' 1 Levlneon, Norman Llebpo.-ia seeking to evaluate the great ton, M M i Charte* M contributions of Brandeis m van; 0U9 fields and an arrav of related Mtnakoff. Jack '.' %  %  IT Kurl Mr* k. Mm i Max Si hwai •?. Mm %  I'hlllii ,i H V lex March] Mrs! Ben-Zk Oinsburg, presi, "" 1 f,| nner, n d<-nt of the local Brandeis Worn ciiN chapter, and Mrs. Alexander in, nervations chairman for the Brandeis centennial celebra te pl ans 0 an, ">"n.,rtheg5 clubs activities by university throughout the country The Greater Miami area will do -hare in helping to commemorate the name of Brandeis this r with a centennial fund dinner to he held at the Seville hotel V. i ning Apr 4 Abraham Fein'" .rman of •'lii trustees i i Brandeis l"nii will he guest speaker the Development Corpi ration for has become a nationally known n industrialist and a tireless worker for many philanthropic and civic groups He ichairman of the board of Julius Kayser & Company, which recently ii red the Catalina Knitting < ompanv. Dr. Frehling urged sponsors present to make reservations early for their families and trie: Initial sponsors committee includes the following: all former chairmen of Greater Miami BranUniversity functions. CoL b Arvey. Samuel Blank. Joseph Cberner, B. B. Danbaum. Samuel N. Friedland. Charles Fruchtman. Ben Gaines, Jack Leonard. David Philips. Jacob Sher. Harold Turk and Carl Weinkle. Alao, M p n. M rln. %  M n i • i: I I I. Jr. !. Mrs. ranees Rubin Res Jin? at the Or Lido Hotel HONORARY PRES DENT of Temple Emanu-LKI Sinter hood and COMMUNITY WORKER Not* MNSJWfti fo overlook anyone fakes this mram of norttxinq her sincere goad wishes to mil far %  Very Happy Passover Holiday CAMP PINE WOOF HENDERSON VILLE, N C "An A&oxuture in Health and Happhut,An Outstanding Camp for Boys & Girb J t,, ., Why Camp Pinewood For Your Chi Because they ore to precious to you you wont for them: a A cool refreshing iummer, 2500 ft. rYoh in the Blue R A m Delicious wholesome food — oppool.ng to children?,^ e D.rector* who hove a personal interest ,n exh -h.w*' knowledge and background to moke their summer d,* • Mature experienced counselor stoff • ^^* iful comp •*• — '00 ft. swimming pool in addition K e Free horsebock riding • Exciting canoe, horseback ond hiking tript e A full athletic and cultural program Directors: Dr. OMet. Donald Mfthelton Mr. & Mrs. Eli L Miomi—Pfcowo 83-5418 Miami Beach—Phone j{7 Associate Directors: Senate Heyrfen, t. Id. Morvia Herts, | PERSONAL INTERVIEW SUGGESTED MORTGAGES-S500.000 Privet* Money CHAS. HIME %  truetien or Completed Will Bi H'lffJbifE on 1rt 1 S n ? Mort %  K n si i Permanent or Construction Loans on New or Old Properties Under ConBuy or .age*. Unlimited Insurance Funds. PHONE 9-3444 Renowned Poetess Lectures Friday Internationally known Jewish !ss Rachel Korn, a guest in Miami Beach, will lecture on TITsonal Meetings with Jewish Writers and Poets in Soviet Russia at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 25 Washington ave., Friday evening. I Miss Korn lived in Russia during the war years and was in close contact with Jewish writers and artists there. She is the author of five book-, for which she has won prizes, including the -Folks-Zeitung" in Poland and the Louis Lamed and', Chaim Grecnberg fund prizes in the U.S. APARTMENT OWNERS We ore making 2nd mortgage loans from $5,000 to $50,000 on atari meat houses. Lowest closing cost. PHONE MR. SPEAR AT 82 6414 World Mortgage Service 217 ROPER BUILDING L "Set Tsar Classified Directory IN OrMa OtJke Nearest Tea" Member ef I noi frith ATUNTI0N INVESTORS I WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING 1ft •nd 2nd MORTGAGES THAT WILL NET YOU % end 10% PER ANNUM. Mr. Hime Phono 9-3444. SAVI FOR TOMORROW WHIRE YOU CAN •ORROW FOR TOOAY Ssvintt AceoMRts 2V^% Interett Penosil Loans %  Auto Loins Nifkt Depository linkint by Miil Leilers el Credit Safety Deposit Boies LIBERAL LOAN) ON Diamonds & Watches V M.alkl, MRflKr >iu I Cmiru svaaa • CosK to Dionamh S, Gold fl eM U liiraseO •• S4*Ui I lliili CONGRESS LOAN COMPANY I 'ilU MSf 11! Ml ?— %  S. •!. I !'<><>(] Ilia II and 31. IKcpliun HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Between fourth ami firth Stt. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES for Synagogues and Private Use Also for Hebrew Schools Telephone if LMU MiAEl CftrmCAMS Hotel Motel Home and Ai ment House Owners We ere here Co sano you with m COMMTl UM Of lf*j| &f C ANNON SHEETS BLANKETS PIU0VY CASES BATH TOWELS DISH I Drapes — Curtains — Bed Pods — Plastic Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation ] D. SER0TT, Pres. 127 N.E. 9th Street I Phone FR Closed Saturday-Open Sunday Ample I I Bffesaker r4erml aVpwsU Imurmmtt CmrpmrmtUm RANK of MIAMI BEACH 937 WASHINGTON AVENUE a a a a REV. WM. W. LIPSON ~ Mohel Associated with all Hospitals in Greater Miami Telephone 9-6308 4 4 i i 4 4 44 44 Prescription Specialists 3S0 LINCOLN ROAD fafreac. an Washington Aveaae Phone JE I-742S U2 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Across rreaa Seers free Parking Im Kemr Phone 12-2091 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS CONTACT LENSES FILLED Is eh Ms/ 1 RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL for a Perfect Tribute In keepini with the tr.nliiM.nof t!' Jewielifaith, Ri\er>i<>.i ran le prood of — at a price TOU ran uffi'i \\ liotlicr OIIIKMI..\. <.it-.iv.iti\•oi informed eauietas are desired, RiverjWe BMeh pro\id the attention friendly, trxperienre.l. i.n-1. i -t.uidtii. -l.iIT .in.I sparioii< li.i|"-lu ill. farilflif to meet every familv requirement*7i> der the personal supervision of: laiM. BLASSCBC, I !••• ••/'" •'"'"" Ast tiw.NB. IM.. Trmasurer RIVERSIDE-BFACIi MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS MIAMI BEA< H 12M Normandy Drive • I "W"" —;'.. 1236 TssfrtaMliii AeeswM )H'"""" 1850 Alton Road • JffferstM I -'" MIAMI ^ U'eal FUsJtf and 20th Avenue • %  *// %  21 IIOt'R A.MBIEAXE SVltf Tom Burii. t-L>RfaeeeAfVs MeiBMwIel •"'P' 1 Nrv. York: 7Mh Si. A Amlam Ave.



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i Page 2 B +Jmistrkd&&JL tzAtbout ijour special Javoritcs IMAGINATION IN ORDER Passover Holiday Week: Prepare For Unique Food Needs -and Many Visitors Who Like Pesach Dishes By LEAH LEONARD Since we homerofr n for lunel and dinner n I lition i<> prei .it %  friends such can whip up "in a twinkling • l pur kitchen equipment. During the P %  • %  to have on hand a cake which can be served with ; amily and inendWe have W call it Magic Mountain Pancakes Pancake Bat! 2 C \ pinch <>f 1 tablespoon SU| ip milk Cup matzo meal 1 tableapoon melted butter Beat ecs with -alt till lmht Stir in 'near, milk and matzo meal found the Mowing recipe bring, nJ| (rer oJ Hpat hut(cr m resultscompliment* to the he*I B „ r 6 jnch f an ,, urn %  • '"'•"-• "** %  hot melted butter into .be batter Pour batter into pan in a thin stream, -farting at center and tip ping pan to spread into thin layer. Bake over moderate heat only till 'the edges curl up -lightly, indicating the pancake ilightly browned and the top firm Turn out with a pancake turner or spatula on %  .i smooth consist* for -preadn. ril—ru Filbng: K\.client with or other pre* on appe• • Chicken with Almond* >f broil-1 Pat %  iper napkin l>u-t tly with mat/ I meal then ntO IK a'.'II egg I \:i.iti %  • not to close ther, underside up. Sprinkle I with more %  that I babe* m I wiih a dash of paprika or white pepper then dru zle over all some hot melted [ •chmaltz or other -hortening permitted [or Passover use. Bake in the oven 30 minuteat 350 or till tender etMUfh to pierce with a work in the flashy part-. Turn skin side up, sprinkle with matzo cake meal very lightly, then drizzle again with melted -hortening. Arrange blanched almond halves on each section, pressing them down lightly. Place the pan on upper half ol oven for 12 to 15 minutes or till chicken sections acquire a golden brown color. Slip under broiler flame for 2 minutes just be fore serving time. Variation: Crind lightly brown ed blanched almonds coarsely, al towing 1 tcaspoonful per sr-rving After turning chicken scctioi,. kin tide up. bru.-h each piece with a li,tlp "range or a malade %  *l Rabbi Joseph I fa M5MICHGA NA vn ( t M J Passover Nut Cake %  | 3 tablespoons cu ted lemon rind 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 tablespoons matzo i l cup finely ground almonds lit, then add flat plate that has been heated while continuing 0r „^ p;ip( r „„,,., ,„ ; !lMirh 1 '• Hake .he next pancake the foln cture over the cake I the first pancake Turn the pancake over the filling. more fiiiii peal till i baked. Dust With a little sugar and cinnamon d cut into 3 or 4 wedges pie .rtillthi | ..... ,,, wil „ N when li^htlv Ri fl thin r till Air must %  'iiov ., lho$e • best reith the almonds which : p Pn • • • r breakfasts tend to bea bit monotonous, don't n you'll -tewed fruit or ju-t plain. Ctkaeea Fill.no • d cottage 11 blespoona su tca-poon cinnamon A pinch ol -ait MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Lincoln ot Washington Pays Interest on Savings QUARTERLY Sugarine < ON( KNTRKTKD SWEETENER For Home Use Deficit RtctmmMi SUGARINE Urn n "•' %  '! o,ghn n< km OHMM DKH PI RE-HAKMI lss E< ONOMICAL rantead non-fattening 4-Oz. Size Bottle Only 75c AI FOOD 4 DUO STORfS lvllr*HII| on balances from SI00.00 to SI 5,000 00 Each account insured by F.D.I.C. to $10,000. Start Saving Here Today ft Member Federal D posit insurance Corp. Fcdcrul Reserve System r"W\~-W*v GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. HI 6-5860 Have your roof repaired now; you will MVI on a new roof later "Satiefactory Work by Experienced Men" See or m Me NAT GANS Ph. FR 3-4616 Ml 6*981 Lift INSUKANCt MUDS Mstl'spalitMi life Insurance Ce. S.W. 3rd At.-"af 5 •'•ints'l / A RE YOU fc FARBLUNJET? FIIEE! Send fed ay far your tree copy ol JJ*** af g..|ll.r i,l ith 2S5 *?" '"Prtssleas". See "fartlaajtr" en ... 34, -.1!! Cneimk o„ pafle 4. j^ M2 JtwU|| ***t. expressions, definitions, uses, etc. Fun, loughs, educationol for the whole family. ,_ F**>yovr Ir— copy, write ft* J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP. 405 LEXINGTON AVENUE ( NEW YORKJ7, NEW YORK '/ WANT MY MILK" and be sure ift FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk ''Milk Products" Docro Protected TEL FR 4-2627 Creator Miami Delivery The Shabbos Coffee MEANS K KOSHER LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products hove Rabbinical Supervision fJUNE I *B*t BUTTER WMMIM 'd Rcc/m ~s ^ %  2L re>s >JM< Good Any Time PICKLED, COOKED and SMOKED MEAT PRODU^ 5 W*WWV COASTLINE PROVISION CO., IHC HUMAN Ft AM 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES: "7m FAT I


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nd the Jewish Weekly Member of the Jewish Tele-
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Volume 30
Nisan 18. 5716
Friday. March 30. 1956
Number 13
U.S.-British Maneuvering Was Shameful
Five-Year Plan of National Fund
Designed*
By JOSEPH WEITZ
The French Government announced late last
week its intention to deliver twelve oi its newest
Mystere IV supersonic jet fighters to Israel in
the immediate future.
The story behind the consumation of this
sale, which will still leave Israel far behind
Egypt's heavy numerical superiority in the air,
is a shameful comment on American and
British diplomacy so far as the Near East is
concerned.
According to reliable sources, the French had
decided to sell Israel these planes sometime
aco. But the U.S. State Department and the
-h Foreign Office found out about it. Admit-
tedly, the sale was to involve a secret transfer;
and both Mr. Dulles and Sir Anthony Eden com-
bined their collective genius to break up the
c:-ancement.
Firmly announcing their own intentions not
to sell arms to the Jewish State because thev
did not want to promote an "arms race'' in the
2.
3.
''kelihood
At its convention in the Hills of
Jerusalem during Sukkoth last
year, the Jewish National Fund
called on the Jewish people in
Israel and the world over to under-
take a new responsibility the
Five-Year Plan. The stress is not
on "Five," which is just an accept-
ed numerical division; the si
is on "Plan." whose content is
dear and brief: the conquest of I because"!
the hills by means of development
and settlement. There, in Nes Har-
im. this call was clearly under-
stood, for the hills themselves
spoke: desolate and deserted, they
cried out for salvation, for rele;.
from their fetters of barrenness, j L0' >s leave the Hilbi
and those assembled there heard arul ''ss nto eastern,
thil cry. But not all the Jewish beautiful are the Beisajl
people were present. Only a few re*' valleys in spring.!
hundred saw with perceptive eyes crops. The fii
and understood with beating heart 8}*! rn and greenM
with no
inhabited by* J^J
inis question
mo/e urgent when",
famine capita, iS
the top of Mt. cMMr
to us wrapped in her,
atmosphere. ITnlifc. bLs-
capital of the xej*]
the north has not tj--'
even shrunk, while
towns and villa,
because -he ij alone
Jewish settlema
Jen- of thousands'rf,
barren hills that once,
life
DAVID'S CURSE
Tribute to Justice Brandeis
Brandeis University club here will hold a
Brandeis centennial dinner Wednesday eve-
ning at the Seville hotel.
The dinner will mark the progress made bv
the Waltham, Mass., institution since its found-
ing. It will also pay tribute to the world-
renowned jurist and Supreme Court justice,
born one hundred years ago, after whom the
university was named.
D e few yecrs of its brief existence,
Brandeis has established a unigue reputation
as one of the major centers of higher learning
in the United States. A Jewell-sponsored Insti-
tution, Brandeis has a QOn-eectarian faculty
and admits studen's to its college and graduate
-.out regard to race, creed or reli-
gion.
Recently, the university wes accorded high
Be for erecting on campus three magnificent
chapels for students of the three major far
Jewish. Catholic and Protestant-each incor-
porating in its architecture the spirit of the
religious body it houses.
But Brandeis' far-reaching, true university
c-:r.osphere is equally embodied in the number
of its increasing educational facilities.
And, as the Waltham school proaresses. it
rays tribute to the man whose name it bears
Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis. A man imbued
with the hiahest regard for law, with a humble
Near East. Dulles and Eden publicly congratu-
lated the French on the Paris decision to come
to the aid of beleaguered little Israel.
The calculated result bore delicious fruit in
Washington and Londonimmediate cancella-
tion of the sale. Dulles and Eden strategy fig-
ured this way:
1. The French are having enormous difficul-
ties in Morocco and North Africa.
French relations with the Arabs are there-
fore of an extremely delicate nature.
Joint American British insistence that and "" lr, Z h,T !' T"^""1
France no. sell the planes to Israel might /h, ISiSKS f ,hp til S2 **
r, r. / nllls at 'his particular time. i,ne s*"icnu'nts scjm.
arouse heavy resentment in Pans, for, plain, wherever|]
the French increasingly see themselves! -et >s *et Israel s borders-and tnim ,., eo, "*'
as the poverty-strickened relative in the yJJJ.j SC0, fcc1, hcar and unfler\want to feast our sou*
Big Three. Firm orders from Washington s hts, but we have tt
and London in the matter of French for- II 's a bright morning in the *ard and ascend thai
ign poli
scrapped
French independence.
But joint American-British praise of the' HT* ^ PPer a.lee. Between '.the air -of David
oiQ ,.,..u ~i~, .u r \! V Matzova aqd Hanita. there s ai,ains >f t.ilboa. let 1
sale would embarrass the French by Iovelv hci'nt slrctchinR seven ; dew, neither let therebe<
showing the Arabs that Pans engaged in kilometers along the Lebanon DOT- you." were -nil upon ih,
an act partial to Israel. ,ier. Its area covers over ten thou- barren for generations.
The decision last week finally to sell Israel sand dunams. and it is considered! However when were
the twelve jet fighters this time comes with the part of Israel, but there are no an(\ |ook aboul how
silent blessing of Eden and Dulles, for both Jews there, not even Border police, the view a lovely n
Washington and London are such symbols of and tne thought rtsaJl into >our,anri greCn. with more
hatred in the Near East today that they dare not heart- "Is ,hls rcai,y Part of our rocks wri,e stones
again interfere. country?" Further on *e reach cl{.ared lip ,he bor
By remaining silent, the United States and Shom,ra- an immigrant settlement. |countr>. anjoining it.
Great Britain are permitting France to do what r"?',*' h few P^'f a torget
should, indeed. beTheir own task-wiling arms bush ^^^ '
to Israel but which their last fragments of _
moral failure prevent them from accomplishinq. Fr hprp northward the secur- of families, hut now .
Apparently, it is still the West's fondest wish to 2 h-fhw1'1y cont,nue ~ without j abandoned to the enemy
tellThe Arabs that thev arp Hoinn .,2 S "S"* d there the road without a barm ono*
noon in the matter of trench for- a origni morning in the *"" ana a-cend the Gl
licy could thus conceivably be snrinK and we are standing on the ,n<' I K.r.Haroi]
d as a means of demonstratinq! ?or,ncrn hihway which heads to*to difficult, steep, J
indeDendence ^ifrom the coast near Ro.sh Manikra clpitous, lorbidding. Bl
4.
stretch of 50.000 dunanil
destined to serve a> i
work and livelihood for I
now
tell the Arabs that they are doing nothing to
help beleaguered Israel.
The Blame Can't be Shifted
touches the very frontier, and on prevent him from seizinf
its northern side Lebanese citizens b :e point fi
reap their crops and the standing to attack the two beaut'
corn is fresh and green. On our
side, desolation reigns all around
Our car nrallowi up the kilometen
on this deserted highway, an emp-
l which protects the enemy
who can cross over to the southern
sole at will and penetrate into Is
rael. In spite of the sparkle of
springtime in the (Jalilec land
scape that brings with it th- Mesa
down below. ShaU
i urse to linger ab
ol the -
MIRACLE OF THE HIL
Let us n 'l tarry near I
4th of the]
border th.it cuts across I
of Samaria and where tb
of the l.uthful guard
border, the farmer. Ora|
IBS of Ufa. here tins gap of tens oi ^^ [of ,
gency. Is this range stretching ov
er more than 100,000 dunams m
the Galilee doomed to desolation.
i iiwiimuihv w -----
and infiltrations of all
pan over the empty
l|S
the neighborhood of I-*
Continued on P9 *|

:(&>... =&r J,
Ike Stresses Importance of Arab
Oil as Russians Bar Peace M(
UN general secretary Dag Hammarskjold's
latest triD to the Nar East is a blatant example
of the failure of Western foreign policy in the
Near East.
Mr. Hammarskjold's trip is the result of
President Eisenhower's insistence that the
United Nations take the Near East hot potato .
out of America's lap and do somethina about it 2? hfc' bvrv ,h,s *ap of ten" "'
On its face. theAdmini*^ "*** ST !S|ii-" ^ween
based on profound moral justice. But the fa" heard si rsThhin ? T fi Otwn. and aln
Arr rr,d rudKes ,oJard ^*i ^^.^-J^oTa;^z:-ri:
respectforhumanity and with a" deep love^ oVtis^S^d^ ^2 our tL >\ ^ ^ ~ ^ f ^ "^
the ancient tradition of his people. Justice Bran- Department S,ate what may come in time of emer
aeis wrote a page in the history of the United u *u jj ------ '
States Supreme Court that does him and the JL i?'"18,raUon in ,he P081 ^fused to
court he served great honor. ,ler,,he UN ProPer assistance in the matter, it
In living up to the ideals and achievements !Ti.r.ai? he responsibility of coming
of Justice Brandeis. Brandeis University steps "P c?*,0 soluu,1" he Israel-Arab controver-
farward a. a major American center of higher ^^V^^^^^^
Jewry in Today's World
Reform and Liberal Jewry, with many Great-
er Miami families affiliated, will meet next
week at Temple Beth Sholom to discuss the
progress and future of American Judaism.
Benjamin H. Swig, vice chairman of the na-
tional executive of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, will be guest speaker
Reform and Liberal Judaism came into beinq
as an organized group in 1873, when Isaac
Mayer Wise called together in Cincinnati the
representatives of 34 conqreaations. with a
membershiD of some 1.800 families, to form the
present Union.
By 1945, the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations crrew to include 300 Temples
with a membership of some 50.000 families.
In addition to the breakfast meeting sched-
uled at Beth Sholom Apr. 8. the National Asso-
ciation of Temple Secretaries, an agency of
UAHC, will meet in Washington Apr. 4 for its
annual workshop.
This oraanization is another manifestation of
Jewry's determinationalso represented by
Orthodoxy and Conservativeto continue its
ancient heritage inte "
Continued from Pag* 1 A
I-niels David Ben-Gurion.
With Arkady Sobolev spearhead-
ing the Russian delegation and vot-
ing on the side of, the Arab bloc.
Mr. Eisenhower'! request was de
toyed for another week, pending.
as sobolev put it, -the Jewish Pass-
over."
The move was seen as the first
(in a senev of long delays of United
Nations action in the area.
The President appealed, how-
ever, for mediation of the Arab-
I < risis to avoid war. He warn-
ed that any major outbreak of hos-
tilities in the Middle East would he
a catastrophe for the whole world.
Be stressed the importance oi
Arab oil to the West. The major
American effort, he said, is to find
some way to help the Arab states
and I a that thejr inten.sts
j be in mediation. He said the Unit-
ed States must regard every bit of
unrest in the Middle East as a most
serious thing.
mav ask l fl,r
thority to use VS. mmi
in the Middle East it IM
tions peace effort* fail-*
here following a mU"
White House at which
and Democratic Cn
leaders were briefed by
Eisenhower and Secretary
John Foster Dulles on t*'
tional situation.
A State Department sp
was asked about these W
replied that he had no
or comment on -uch pUL,
istration sources said I P
quest tor stand-by auw
commitment of forces'
,T "Na-
tion it U* situation con
deteriorate.
The State ncparSment
that France sug^tcd."
that the tripartite For**
ters meet in a few **,
or Leadon to conii3
Israel jituaUon. TB
seen by French Fore^
Christian Pineau_a
info



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lie\wiisltUEIlD!Pidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami. Florida, Friday, March 30, 1956 Price 20c isident's Move For UN Action Held Evasion Of Arms Request J955 J/1ARCH TOTAL iined Jewish Appeal Tells [mpa/gn Total of $1253,000; tffort Renewed for final Push red forward by the impetus of the Community Assembly for t local combined Jewish Appeal this week announced a new i total of SI.253.000, passing the 1953 drive Achievement. CJA fa.251,000 ia>t year. [record outpouring of funds to preserve the democratic State o protect and aid 45.000* ican Jew> irking haven'community, nearly $20,000 has been raised, easily exceeding contributions received last year from similar givers. CJA chairman Sam J. Heiman Continued on Pege 11 A F state and to strengthen fcstitutions in this country, unced at a workers' rally [surprising increases were i a dozen different camisions. lencouraging reports were I from outlying areas folJmergency rallies at which I Jewish Appeal speakers nified and unprecedented i this greatest of all camr-Grannda area camby Sidney Stiller. I that gifts to d.ite in this Jity were doubled the liven last year by a similar I contributorv In West Mill result of an emergency at Temple Zion, over I contributed on the spot, ripling the quota set for nunity. •lions in HialeahMiami also exceeded those t year, according to chair|uk Goodman. Miami Beach area. Dr. *nhoue reported gifts of $8,000. exceeding subcontributions made last *is area. Louis Pritikin. of Normandy Isle, anI that his area had already I by $2,000 the total gifts 1 >'Par and commended his men, Lou Segal and Mor. for directing the solici-ort. (the most remarkable area m was reported by Mrs. Silverman, co-chairman Shepard Broad of the r area. In this small PHtsmnr EISENHOWER appeals for mediation Ike Stresses Importance Of Arab Oil to America; Soviet Bars Peace Move WASHINGTON, (JTA) — United States action in referring the "Palestine Question" once again to the Security Council of the United Nations was seen here this week by government sources as a cause lor the further postponement of any final decision on Israel's urgent request for defensive arms to offset the flow of Communist arms to Egypt. The Israel request was submitted last November. Government sources said President Eisenhower feels that arms sales to Israel at his time might exacerbate the dangerous situation at a juncture when he thinks the United Nations might make some progress in lessening tension. Mr. Eisenhower, however, said nothing on the Israel arms issue at his press conDEFENSE DEPARTMENT SETS TOUR AT THREE-FOUR MONTHS Marines Sail for the Mediterranean Area WASHINGTON (JTA) — A battalion of 1.800 Marines boarded nsyal .transports off Camp Lejcune, N.C.. this week for a voyage to joint the United States Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean Sea. A Defense Department announcement had previously set the Marine tour of duty with the Sixth Fleet at three to four months. The battalion took with it tanks, artillery and other equipment and supplies. Six transports were required for the men and equipment. The French Ambassador met this week with George V. Allen, Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs, for a discussion of the Middle East situation and related matters. John Hollister. head of the International Co operation Administration, testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee that the United States supports any joint program of development among the Arab states and Israel. He urged Congressional approval of the Administration's foerign aid pro posals. „^_^_ MAKES CHARGE AT COMMUNIST PARTY CONGRESS IN MOSCOW Khrushchev Lays 'Doctors' Plot' to Stalin SORRY 1 Mdlint for news and [ uld not be observed 1 *ek due to the fact offices end plant of •wn Floridien were clos%  • Passover holidays. NIKI1A IMtUSHCMV ... Isi Session confession NEW YORK (JTA)-Thc charge that Stalin attempted to blow up the "Jewish doctors' plot" of January 1953 to major proportions and convert it into a huge anti-Semitic trial involving high Soviet officials was made by Nikita S. Khrushchev, head of the Soviet Communist Party in an address at the recent Commu nist Congress in Moscow, it was reported here as the contents ot I Khrushchev's sensational anti-Sta-' lin address became known through ]22 ARE FROM UNITED S TATES diplomatic channels. Khrushchev also charged Stalin with deliberately ordering the murder of two prominent Jewish generals of the Red Army. I A. Yakir and (Jen. Jan Gamarnik. The latter was a brother-in-law of the late Chaim Nachman Bialik, Jewish national poet. In stating that Stalin was personally responsible for the mass executions of Soviet army and navy officers and industrial managers the Soviet party chief declared that Stalin had Continued on Page 7 A ference this wee' The Arab nations were quick Monday to scotch the President's request for immediate Security Council attention to the Near East hot spot with the suggestion that general secretary Dag Hammarskjold be sent there to engage in face-to-face conversation with Egypt's Prime Minister Nasser and Continued on Page 4 A — + FRENCH TO SELL ISRAEL JETS PARIS (JTA)—The French Government has announced it will deliver 12 of its newest Mystere IV supersonic jet fighters to Israel in the immediate future. A Foreign Office spokesman said delivesy of the jets is "only a matter of days and perhaps hours," The Mystere IV is regarded in military aviation circles as a plane capable of beating the Russian jet fighters and bombers recently added to the Egyptian air force, but only on a plane against plane basis. The addition of the 12 Mysteres Delegates Chosen for World Zionist Congress Due Apr. 24 SSL?!"?*** ARAB POETRY ON RADIO mis Nationalists Name Jews to Ballot JTA)_i n )inc wjth the avowed airn 0 f t he flUr Nationalist Movement to "respect all 1 names ( ,r ( WO prominent Jews were ..L** ek n the list of Neo Destour candi* forthcoming elections to the Tunisian candidates are Albert Bessis, who is u( Ls,,st headed by Bahi Ladgham, secretarytittii our an


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March 30, 1956 9, Je*isl>ncrScfian Page 7 A YIZKOR MEMORIAL SERVICES Ylikor memorial tar vie a, will be held in Gr..t.r Miami's .yn.oBoi and centers on Tuesday mornin 9 Apr. 3, during the second of tho final days of Passover. Scheduled ara sermons by spiritual leaders dadicatad to ma spirit of the spacial service for tho dacaaaad. %  • onta inebl eau Mayor Broad Reception for Leaders In Technion Society Due Here April 3 Greater Miami campaign on be-, States he will deliver a series of half of the building program of addresses on his observations Technion-Israel Institute of Tech-' Cooper, an officer of the American nology will be launched Tuesday I Technion Society, has visited Isevening. Apr. 3. when Mayor and j rael several times and has lectured Mrs. Shepard Broad tender a re-,there on American production \ ception in their home for Prof, j methods. He is the head of Taller 1% Joseph Weil, Dean of the Univer& Cooper. Inc., manufacturer of &f Mr sity Flori(, a's College of Engine, daughter ot ms. \ neer j nK an( j Benjamin Cooper, Bernard Kaplan, will, New Yo rk industrialist. le her Bas Mitzvah Satp ro f Weil and Cooper are enMar. 31, at Temple thusiastic supporter:, of Technion, Rabbi Irving Lehr-, which is Israel's only school of enofficiate. Susan is an gineering and sole source of techI o n Mt. Carmel. Several buildings [de student at Miami' nological manpower, so sorely already have been constructed, and ior Hiqh and attends! needed in the nation's vast proF anu-El reliqious' 8 ram of industrial and agricultural development. Leading industrialists and civic of Aged Will Mortgage, Ik Ground Here [than 50<) n n ben and |cf the Jewish Homo for are < to attend i hip mcet|Sunr!y\ iftei I 'ii .'I Dougpens. (shall not only celebrate Venth birthda) president man announced, "but in Judge Sidney L. Segall. Gov. we shall hive ground LeRoy Collins' appointee for the HOTEL -.' has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilities 2electronic devises which have helped to revolutionize commerce and industry. American Technion Society is conducting the campaign to help build a new campus for Technion others are noaring completion. Meyer A. Baskin is chairman of the Greater Miami chapter of the American Technion Society, and notables will be among guests at i Rabbi Irving Lehrman is a memthe reception, at which both Prof, ber of the Society's national board Weil and Cooper will speak about,of directors. Israel and Technion, and the role I • £2art '." developing lhe enlire N ew Campaign Headquarters Middle East area. • • V .. % %  Prof. Weil soon will visit Israel Revealed for Hughlan Long For information call Kosher Catering Department JE a-aaii i %  *4th AND COLLINS AVE. to lend academic and administrative assistance to Technion, and Hughlan (Huey) Long, candidate for county commission, District 4. ceremoniefor the Gus pavilion, and also burn [in notes, thus wiping out ebtednesi on the $300,000 upon his return to the United has announced the opening of campaign headquarters at 404 Bis< cayne blvd. John H. Evans has been appoint-; ed director of the office. Evans formerly worked on the Gov. LeRoy Collins campaign, as well as with the Sen. George Smathers and Gov. Dan McCarty campaigns. Other district headquarters will be opened shortly. Judge Segall Lists Campaign Officers second division of Dade county's small claims court, has qualified for election for a full four-year term and announced the appointl i J !ii v r ^ T ; i ; 'i* it* Candle-Light Inn 3131 COMMODORE PLAZA, COCONUT GROVE Dinner 4:30 to 10 p.m. Your Host Ralph Stevens PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS FOR BANQUETS FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI 8-2194 King Sized Cocktails Serving the Finest Foods at Reasonable Pricas FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM $1.65 "Walking Minute* from Playhouse Theatre" i if ^ m W ^ jij 1 it 1 Memorial building which ment of two Miami attorneys to handle his campaign funds. The judge, appointed last August by Gov. Collins to assume the post created by the 1955 State Legislanplelcd only 14 months lho s e zeneroMty has made I the new pavilion, is a resi' Miami Beach He is onejture, has disposed of some 2.800 |neer leaders of the Home, I cases since he was sworn in Sept. Btly a board member and bent in many Jewish com[organizations. HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI Ph. 9-79M Under the Strictest Supervision of the Central Miami Kaihruth Commission YJ L^v?rriY#v SUOUA Qa-ie. i V 1 1 I — iiii .** %  '. ,'TM U | IfTjtrtW 9 Good Food 1225 Washington Avc Miami Beach The Central Miami Kashruth Commie•ion wishes to state publicly that it endorses only the catering establishment known as GORDON and PONT 6. 1955. Prior to his judgeship, Segall served under three former Florida governors as an assistant Manm\~*&EX£tf3l llflSSffiS* general and as a member of the Florida State Improvement Commission. During World War II, he served three and one-half years in the U.S. Department of Justice. Judge Segall's campaign treaslirYou to Pick Up and Enjoy for Four er will be John M. Kelly. Jr.. while or ""'CATERING SERVICE.shchev Says fin Behind Plot Minuet) from Page 1 A pd to blow up the "Jewish inti-Semitic plot to maI in order to move UHcolai Bulganin, the presForei n M.nister V. i other highly placed \ eral who worked for the pro-ecu operated by these men OPEN HOUSE — WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS SHOW ROOM PARTIES BUSINESS MEETINGS Decorated Trays of Appetizing Foods Delivered to Your Door or Ready lor the deputy campaign treasurer will be Bart Cohen. > Kelly is a farmer special assistant to the U.S. Attorney (ionfrom Hors D'Oeuvres to a Complete Buffet Bt A GUEST AT YOUR OWN PA*TY < BEEF Your Hosts Year 'Round Miamians Joe Cohen & Manny Smith i v f a o s t BEEF and BIRD For the entire Family A Selection for Everyone $3.95 none higher ltd I ivrenti mention tv the nrcntrl of the USSR, it was anthat the "doctors' plot" en concocti d bj official! ba Minisin of State Security. •' of whom were re released at the same tion of spies for the Justice Department. 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30, 1956
-Jewish FEnri^
j Liberal Congregations Will
I Here. With Swig Main Speaker
Page 5 A
L ore'ident of Tern-
jSrnt*
anc
,Apr aUons m the Great-
assisted in ar-
establishment of new congresa
tiors, sponsors inter-faith pro-
ion win grams, and conduct! summer
breakfast meeting oimQa, Jffjt** .-groups and loader-
1 ship institutes for young people.
The rabbinic seminary, Hebrew
ifnion College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, trains and develops r;.l>
his for Reform and Liberal Jewish
congregations, prepares young rab-
liis for service in the nation's arm
ed forces as Jewish chaplain*
maintains a school of religious mu-
sic for cantors and choir leaden
and trains principals and teachers
for Sunday and religious schools.
The Apr. 8 meeting will discuss
the progress and future of Amen
rcw cm .n .luciaism. A delegation is ev
of the peeled from Ft. Lauderdale and
. eneral Hollywood and will be headed by
| Rabbi Marius Ranson and presi
AnH Swig will be guesl dnl Lauii d. SterUag, of Temple
hndwill deliver the main Kmanu-EI, Ft. Lauderdale.
n figure ]
(0 I.ihera
bngregati'
(area.
I Rabbi Leon Kron-
Ksholom.Dr J BimdHenrj E. Wolf,
0f Tempi'- Israel, and
\ Skop and preai-
[V. Winokur, of Coral
M Center.
-man,
-imember of n
, board .'I the Union
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T^ r t Page 8 A ^i^i^p^rHian Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Wo ^ .March J rs Choi Hamoed Sabbath M*ta will bo held in Creator Miami House-ol Worship J^mtafPrMlV memorv ol the di pared—i< scheduled OB the last '> and Tnaadaj morning services are at 9 a.m. with a Vizkor mon • •-vice scheduled it 10 am Tuesday. Rabbi Lcrer will preach Monday on: \ Challenge lo Gr e a ter Freedom On Tin Ida] hitopic i-: "The Watchword of Our Faith • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at ft 15 Rabbi Henry Okol!! Official roach on the "Is Freed >m Possible?" CanN R o A '-1 \. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER-HW .•r Ai>raiin>wlt*. Cantor Kiward Klein W1 ** r fth.I TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chai %  •I Kalamar. %  •—wi L*ON TEMPLE EMANU.EL-1T01 Wa*hln*t.,n av. 1IM „ „ Lahrman. Cantor Philip I BELOW LINCOL BETH JACOB CONGREGATION—:.(>1 -311 Tibor Btarn Cantor Mauri,.Mai BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION—3i Euclid >>> nnk.. HEBREW ACADEMY-91S 6th at. Orthodox Rabbi AIM KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION —I < I' Caplaa. Cantor Aliraham s.-if TORAH TEMPLE—1:.'.4 \\>t ave. American J Maiim BMO. GABLES \V*hlnston lrc CORAL CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTERI) Palermo BM Moi ntor Irrlna Rwu ZAI..ORA JEWISH CENTER II Eamora iv. ContarraB*. l„ m lluiwlu. Cantor Kmlilph Brill. %  MIAMI HW Ird a \>. OnM* • L A U D E R DAl| ; tor Maurice MM renders the mu-i n ol Mr and MrJack Sherman. Rabbi Alfred Waxn Final will bo ushered nday and Tuesdaj are n lees schedr : 15 p m Yiafcor memorial will >e on the final day of 1 iver, Tueaday, at 10 a m. a • a BETH EL CONGREGATION will; hold Friday evening services at sundown. Rabbi S hu Swirill officiate at Saturday mornsical portions of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore directing the choir Services for the la-t two da\ of Passover Sunday evening at a Adult Education League will participate Monday and Tue morning services are at 8 and 9 am respectively Vizkor memorial \ service will be Tnaaday morning at 10:15. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6:30 I Saturday morning Choi Hamoed i serviceare at 8:30. Rabbi Morton DOWNTOWN BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION— ir. Arif Baohar. HOLL YWOOD and FT TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD SIMM. | Conaarvatlva. Kabbl Samuel Larar. TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD .^ i \. I Shapiro. Cantor Vrhudah Hellbraaa, TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUOERDALt th Ata Kt. l^jJenlale. IWumi Rabbi Marlua RaHIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-?;: East 4lh m Rabbi I • -!>'. NORTHEAST TE MPLE ISRAEL—1ST NK 19th at. Baform. Rabbi J..i Rabbi :*r. S O U T H w ANSHE EVES CONGREGATION :H43 < BETH OAVIO SYNAGOGUE .''..'. SW E S T JV i.rnl i kov IIflmon April. Caatoi WEST MIAMI TEMPLE 2ION—:.::• SW 17th 5t. OoaaarVBtltra. Rabbi Alfred Win 2AMORA JEWISH CENTER morn: %  7' Le n Hur I oh Brill rendrnn" the Tuesday morning the lit. will bo i KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Fr, %  irening 6. Monday and Tuesdaj services at 8 Saturdaj n.ornms ire at 8:to YiaChoi Hamoed services are at BJO wiI1 ^ 1 Ian will preach on I a.m. Evening servthe topic: -The Rebirth of tie* I \braham Sell renthe musical p. the JEWISH CENlitursg Rabbi's c!,,-\ s at 5:45 CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEHCenturyJewry." Cantor TER will hold Friday evening servKelomer render* the mude ices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skopwill;tions of the liturgy. Sn Cantor Samuel ~Sa7kow >"'<*iate and preach on the topic: ; morning sen ices are it .emu>ical portions of the *"" •'' wi ^ h Fami, y at i,s ^ st "'' \f M ^ K M,n f It ^JL morning semce, : 'turgy Final dayof Passover C J" ,tor Irvin 8 Robinson renders than ^hman. 5,7/ LaG| the musical portions of the liturgy, will become Bar Mimah. with the choir under the direction days „f Past iver will be us of Robert Strassburg Candle bless' in at serviceSunday evenu in will ho by Mrs. Charles Ro-on Monday morning service? berg and Mrs. Anna Wechsler at 10:45. with Vizkor n Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday follo wing. morning Choi Hamoed services are at 9:45 • • • ing Choi Hamoed services, with Otor Louis Gartenhaus render-, Malavsky will officiate and preach t 12:30 | 'he musical portions of the liton 'he topic: "Solomons Song of b at both morning n"gy. Final days of Passover will Sonj bo ushered in Sundav evening at renders the musical portionof the Monday morning services ; liturgy. Final da\ of Fas-over at 8 30. with Rabbi commence with services Sunday An Old Faith •vening at 6 30. Monday and Tuesfor a New Day." On Tie-day. at <1av morning services are at 830, 8:30, be will preach on the topic: U1,tl ,h sermons -ohcduleil as: I Holiday." Yizkor v 'tags" and -Shall They men -\ iroare at 10:30 Ijv Vi/kor memorial servicowill be Tuesday morning at 9 40 Junior during Passover i are at 6 p.m. NORTH MIAMI holidayare in the school chapi at 10 am. with Jack Katzfcer <.ffing• • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Pridaj evening %  t 6:30 Saturday morning re at 8:30. Rabbi H. Louis ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION Visit will hold Friday evening services % I at S display at 325J &.w. "To see is to WiiW| our showroom 3253 S the lines! at 6. Saturday morning service 9. Final dayof PaasjOVW will be'{and see ushered in Sunday evening at 6 > me morial style and d Monday and Tnesday morning d m by at 9. with Yizkor mem-! UU1 i* i. — sen ices are TER %  it g:15. followed by : n the topic: Thou Shalt Rejoice" Final days of Passover I %  Is at 5 pm. followed by nan will i, oriel services schadnied Tuesday I crahsmen. morning at 10:30 Sunda; evening nd Tuesda) mornir ; RAPHAEL CONGREGA-1 hold Friday evening Saturdav morning ha and Shaloa S. Final da\ of P begin with sen il ti 20 Mon• 8 30 tman will discuss: l 'apian will preach Thy Si ,,„. tll|)1{ Thp Frmt „ f 0lir S trug-' Sun f,n Vi;Ur ;'rv.ces a l-, commence at 8:30 gles." Final days of Parver will n rrl •" r %  at 10:30 V*/>r Li scheduled for 10 am bo marked Mon | Tuesday am "-mon i ... mornings at 8:30. On Monday, Evening services Rabbi Brck.-r will di i 'The BETH TION will services at 6 Choi Hamoed services are at 8:30. j Rabbi Arie Becker will preach on'' are a' 8 30. Tui %  a' 8 30 Ri Lost bed THURMOND MONUMENT CO. ma 2-Sfor/ MR fcWJ 3253 S.W. Slh St. '* %  w MARKED $40.01 alui Cemetery Cher** Open Svnicjt TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER v ; p.m. | ( '-'i< \lherl HEBREW ACADCM" ... n ,, f r h I i'". at hot h : .' • ceare preaching on the Hineha ipm. Final days of Pas-over will bo rod in with m r Kramer wi 'I by the morning are at 0 Sermon will bi H^rts h FmaT',,7 '?\ ,ntor Y had *" Beilbrain' n S^-n.se of Community Sermon The Case of ImmorYlzkor n rvieM will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. • • a TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami will hold Fri ning services at Carpenters Hall. 131 I it. and day ,,rT[!u R | f n( l M r i n "" %  > Feller "wTii evening at 6 45 ^d^Sng'! %a KIJ^S^^ :S= S and Immoral Thou xt ,t "-"'^ 'hul Htmo d *** "e n ..I Boys, arui 0 D a m service Tuesday momma he i the Red Sea." On Tuedav will preach on: 'Life Beyond Life." runs. Arthur Spolter. sixth Yizkor memorial service iI grade Hebrew Academy student, day at 10 a.m. Evening services are will di The Modern Four.at 6:45. **• I:: "-'Rbbl D rid Shapiro NFC" Kabbl Her III discuss: ••Who is Tru M Baumgard, of Temple B'nni 1 Mm mt. Ing I-land. NY., will officiate at the 8:15 p.m. service. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: •Springtime. Passover and the Little Fox< • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 Rahtti Laofl Kronish will preach on the topic "Morrtecai Kaplan' This is the fourth in a] •Builders of Twentieth — ""I'IW STVICOS are ^Al the at 9 Final days of Passover will be u-hered in with Hrvkaa Sunday evening at 6. Monday and Tu. mornings, services are at 9 a m Yizkor memorial service is sched COMIHGTOHEWW Stoy ol *i' ..ory OS* *" \ reo- •'• I. ....,.!* k ;i '<•"' triaui it* m.


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30, 1956 -Jewish FEnri^ j Liberal Congregations Will I Here. With Swig Main Speaker Page 5 A L -„ ore'ident of TernjSrnt* anc ,Apr aUons m the Greatassisted in arestablishment of new congresa tiors, sponsors inter-faith proion win grams, and conduct! summer breakfast meeting oimQa, Jffjt** .-groups and loader1 ship institutes for young people. The rabbinic seminary, Hebrew ifnion College-Jewish Institute of Religion, trains and develops r;.l> his for Reform and Liberal Jewish congregations, prepares young rabliis for service in the nation's arm ed forces as Jewish chaplain* maintains a school of religious music for cantors and choir leaden and trains principals and teachers for Sunday and religious schools. The Apr. 8 meeting will discuss the progress and future of Amen rcw cm .n .luciaism. A delegation is ev of the peeled from Ft. Lauderdale and eneral Hollywood and will be headed by | Rabbi Marius Ranson and presi An H Swig will be guesl dnl Lauii D. SterUag, of Temple hndwill deliver the main Kmanu-EI, Ft. Lauderdale. n figure ] (0 I.ihera bngregati' (area. I Rabbi Leon KronKsholom.Dr J


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^ !" Page 4 A % %  r— +Jeistrhridton Frid Q y. Mar^ wJenist florid i3 n Published every Friday alnce 1M7 by the Jewish florid ian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. Miami It. Florida Entered at second daai matter July 4, 190. at the Post Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 5. 1ST*. The Jewiih Florldian has absorbed the Jewish Unity • nd the Jewish Weekly Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newt Service. National Editorial Association. American Association of English-Jewish Newtpapera. Florid* P.rett Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditox an d Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones FR 4-1141 The Jewish RorMlan floe* not ruarintee the Kashmth of the me-.handi.e aHvertl-e.1 In Its columns S U One Year S C R • P T $5 • ON PAT wn Veare E S : •5.00 Volume 30 Nisan 18. 5716 Friday. March 30. 1956 Number 13 U.S.-British Maneuvering Was Shameful Five-Year Plan of National Fund Designed* By JOSEPH WEITZ The French Government announced late last week its intention to deliver twelve oi its newest Mystere IV supersonic jet fighters to Israel in the immediate future. The story behind the consumation of this sale, which will still leave Israel far behind Egypt's heavy numerical superiority in the air, is a shameful comment on American and British diplomacy so far as the Near East is concerned. According to reliable sources, the French had decided to sell Israel these planes sometime aco. But the U.S. State Department and the -h Foreign Office found out about it. Admittedly, the sale was to involve a secret transfer; and both Mr. Dulles and Sir Anthony Eden combined their collective genius to break up the c:-ancement. Firmly announcing their own intentions not to sell arms to the Jewish State because thev did not want to promote an "arms race'' in the 2. 3. ''kelihood At its convention in the Hills of Jerusalem during Sukkoth last year, the Jewish National Fund called on the Jewish people in Israel and the world over to undertake a new responsibility — the Five-Year Plan. The stress is not on "Five," which is just an accepted numerical division; the si is on "Plan." whose content is dear and brief: the conquest of I because"! the hills by means of development and settlement. There, in Nes Harim. this call was clearly understood, for the hills themselves spoke: desolate and deserted, they cried out for salvation, for rele;. from their fetters of barrenness, j L 0 > s leave the Hilbi and those assembled there heard arul •'•' ss nto eastern, thil cry. But not all the Jewish beautiful are the Beisajl people were present. Only a few re *' valleys in spring.! hundred saw with perceptive eyes crops. The fii and understood with beating heart 8}*! rn and green M with no inhabited by* J^J inis question mo /e urgent when", famine capita, iS the top of Mt. c MM r to us wrapped in he r atmosphere. ITnlifc. BLScapital of the xej*] the north has not tj--' even shrunk, while „ towns and villa, because -he ij alone Jewish settlema Jenof thousands'rf, barren hills that once, life DAVID'S CURSE Tribute to Justice Brandeis Brandeis University club here will hold a Brandeis centennial dinner Wednesday evening at the Seville hotel. The dinner will mark the progress made bv the Waltham, Mass., institution since its founding. It will also pay tribute to the worldrenowned jurist and Supreme Court justice, born one hundred years ago, after whom the university was named. D e few yecrs of its brief existence, Brandeis has established a unigue reputation as one of the major centers of higher learning in the United States. A Jewell-sponsored Institution, Brandeis has a QOn-eectarian faculty and admits studen's to its college and graduate -.out regard to race, creed or religion. Recently, the university wes accorded high Be for erecting on campus three magnificent chapels for students of the three major far Jewish. Catholic and Protestant-each incorporating in its architecture the spirit of the religious body it houses. But Brandeis' far-reaching, true university c-:r.osphere is equally embodied in the number of its increasing educational facilities. And, as the Waltham school proaresses. it rays tribute to the man whose name it bears— Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis. A man imbued with the hiahest regard for law, with a humble Near East. Dulles and Eden publicly congratulated the French on the Paris decision to come to the aid of beleaguered little Israel. The calculated result bore delicious fruit in Washington and London—immediate cancellation of the sale. Dulles and Eden strategy figured this way: 1. The French are having enormous difficulties in Morocco and North Africa. French relations with the Arabs are therefore of an extremely delicate nature. Joint American British insistence that and "" lr, Z h ,T !' T"^"" 1 France no. sell the planes to Israel might '„ !" /h, ISiSKS f ,hp %  til S2 ** r r. / nllls at 'his particular time. i ne s *"icnu'nts SCJM. arouse heavy resentment in Pans, for, plain, wherever|] the French increasingly see themselves! -et > s *e !" t Israel s borders-and tnim ,., eo "*' as the poverty-strickened relative in the y JJJ.j SC0, fcc1, hcar and unfler \want to feast our sou* Big Three. Firm orders from Washington s hts, but we have tt and London in the matter of French forII s a bright morning in the *ard and ascend thai ign poli scrapped French independence. But joint American-British praise of the' HT* ^ PPer a.lee. Between '.the air -of David o„i Q ,.,..u „~i~, .u r \! V Matzova aqd Hanita. there s ai ains >f t.ilboa. let 1 sale would embarrass the French by Iovelv hci '„ nt slrctchinR seven ; dew, neither let therebe< showing the Arabs that Pans engaged in kilometers along the Lebanon DOTyou." were -nil upon ih, an act partial to Israel. ,ier. Its area covers over ten thoubarren for generations. The decision last week finally to sell Israel sand dunams. and it is considered! However when were the twelve jet fighters this time comes with the part of Israel, but there are no an( \ | ook aboul how silent blessing of Eden and Dulles, for both Jews there, not even Border police, the view a lovely n Washington and London are such symbols of and tne thought rtsaJl into >our, a nr i greC n. with more hatred in the Near East today that they dare not heart Is ,hls rcai, y P art of our r ocks wri ,„e stones again interfere. country?" Further on *e reach cl{ ared lip „, he bor By remaining silent, the United States and Shom,ra an immigrant settlement. |countr> an j oining it Great Britain are permitting France to do what r "?£',*' h few P^'f• a torget should, indeed. beTheir own task-wiling arms bus h ^^^ !" to Israel but which their last fragments of moral failure prevent them from accomplishinq. Fr !" hprp northward the securof families, hut now Apparently, it is still the West's fondest wish to 2 h -f hw 1 1 y cont,nue ~ without j abandoned to the enemy tellThe Arabs that thev arp Hoinn .,2 S "S"* %  %  d there the road without a barm ono* noon in the matter of trench for" %  a origni morning in the *•"" ana a-cend the Gl licy could thus conceivably be snrin K and we are standing on the ,n< I K.r.Haroi] d as a means of demonstratinq! ? or,ncrn hi hwa y which heads to*to difficult, steep, J indeDendence ^ifrom the coast near Ro.sh Manikra clpitous, lorbidding. Bl 4. stretch of 50.000 dunanil destined to serve a> i work and livelihood for I now tell the Arabs that they are doing nothing to help beleaguered Israel. The Blame Can't be Shifted touches the very frontier, and on prevent him from seizinf its northern side Lebanese citizens b :e point fi reap their crops and the standing to attack the two beaut' corn is fresh and green. On our side, desolation reigns all around Our car nrallowi up the kilometen on this deserted highway, an empl which protects the enemy who can cross over to the southern sole at will and penetrate into Is rael. In spite of the sparkle of springtime in the (Jalilec land scape that brings with it thMesa down below. ShaU i urse to linger ab ol the MIRACLE OF THE HIL Let us n 'l tarry near I 4th of the] border th.it cuts across I of Samaria and where tb of the l.uthful guard border, the farmer. Ora| IBS of Ufa. here tins gap of tens oi ^^ [of gency. Is this range stretching ov er more than 100,000 dunams m the Galilee doomed to desolation. i IIWIIMUIHV w %  and infiltrations of all pan over the empty l|S the neighborhood of I-* Continued on P9 *| • :(&>.. =&r J, Ike Stresses Importance of Arab Oil as Russians Bar Peace M( UN general secretary Dag Hammarskjold's latest triD to the Nar East is a blatant example of the failure of Western foreign policy in the Near East. Mr. Hammarskjold's trip is the result of President Eisenhower's insistence that the United Nations take the Near East hot potato out of America's lap and do somethina about it 2? hfc bvrv ,h,s ap of ten "' On its face. theAdmini* !" ^ "*** ST !S|ii-" ^ween based on profound moral justice. But the fa" heard si rsThhin ? T %  fi Otwn. and aln Arr r r,d r ud K es ,oJard ^*i ^^.^-J^oTa; ^ z: !" -r i : respectforhumanity and with a" deep love^ oVtis^S^d^ ^2 our tL >\ !" ^ ^ ~ ^ f ^ "^ the ancient tradition of his people. Justice BranDepartment S,ate what ma y com e in time of emer aeis wrote a page in the history of the United u *u JJ • %  '—— "• %  States Supreme Court that does him and the JL ,£ i?'" 18,raUon in ,he P 081 ^fused to court he served great honor. ,ler he UN P ro P er assistance in the matter, it In living up to the ideals and achievements !Ti.r. a i? he responsibility of coming of Justice Brandeis. Brandeis University steps P c?*, 0 solu u ,1 he Israel-Arab controverfarward a. a major American center of higher ^^V^^^^^^ Jewry in Today's World Reform and Liberal Jewry, with many Greater Miami families affiliated, will meet next week at Temple Beth Sholom to discuss the progress and future of American Judaism. Benjamin H. Swig, vice chairman of the national executive of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will be guest speaker Reform and Liberal Judaism came into beinq as an organized group in 1873, when Isaac Mayer Wise called together in Cincinnati the representatives of 34 conqreaations. with a membershiD of some 1.800 families, to form the present Union. By 1945, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations crrew to include 300 Temples with a membership of some 50.000 families. In addition to the breakfast meeting scheduled at Beth Sholom Apr. 8. the National Association of Temple Secretaries, an agency of UAHC, will meet in Washington Apr. 4 for its annual workshop. This oraanization is another manifestation of Jewry's determination—also represented by Orthodoxy and Conservative—to continue its ancient heritage inte Continued from Pag* 1 A I-niels David Ben-Gurion. With Arkady Sobolev spearheading the Russian delegation and voting on the side of, the Arab bloc. Mr. Eisenhower'! request was de toyed for another week, pending. as sobolev put it, -the Jewish Passover." The move was seen as the first ( i n a senev of long delays of United Nations action in the area. The President appealed, however, for mediation of the ArabI < risis to avoid war. He warned that any major outbreak of hostilities in the Middle East would he a catastrophe for the whole world. Be stressed the importance oi Arab oil to the West. The major American effort, he said, is to find some way to help the Arab states and I a that the j r inten sts j be in mediation. He said the United States must regard every bit of unrest in the Middle East as a most serious thing. mav ask l fl,r thority to use VS. mmi in the Middle East it IM tions peace effort* fail-* here following a mU" White House at which and Democratic C n leaders were briefed by Eisenhower and Secretary John Foster Dulles on t*' tional situation. A State Department sp was asked about these W replied that he had no or comment on uch pU L, istration sources said I P quest tor stand-by auw commitment of forces' ,T "Nation it U* situation con deteriorate. The State ncparSment that France sug^tcd." that the tripartite For** ters meet in a few **, or Leadon to con i£i3 Israel jituaUon. TB seen by French Fore^ Christian Pineau_a •info



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r Page 8 B JenisHkr*Ma£L Friday, GLOBAL SHORTS FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST TUNIS <.TTA>— A broadcast over the Arab radio service here of a strongly anti-Zionist, anti-Jewish poem iru officially disclaimed on behalf of the government. A government spokesman declared that ••this poem was transmitted by error and without authorization by the radio station's director The Tunisian Government, said the spokesman, "stronglj deplores this broadcast, and disciplinarj measures being taken against those responsible." The offensive poem had been broadcast on a so-called "lttarary" program and wai the work ol the Lebanese poet Naxar Rabani, The broadcast had caused grave concern in the Jewish community here and was immediatel) called to the attention ol Roger Seydoux, French High Commissioner for Tunisia ISTANBUL (JTA) — Turkish Foreign Minister Fuat Koprulu has e a move to win bach \n>i> friendship at the expense of j message to the Beruit, Lebanon, newspaper "El Balagh." n here, Mr. Koprulu declared thai Turkej had always sided with th< I ii,led Nations when the Palestine issue was under eonition and that Turkish Israeli tradi n lal ons I I verj h Turk* \ 's pro-Arab orientation. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITA LS FRANKFURT JTA] Public meetin Is, theatrical and musical performances in nearly ascot I blighted tl ; otherh I Week." an German S cieties bristian-Jewish Cooperati I %  %  Pi *idenl Theodor Heuss, as in previous years consented to t the sponsor ol "Brotherh i Week." opened it with an address to a lembly gathered in the Bundestag (handier at Bonn "Even though it is bound to go against the grain ol Some people." he remarked, "days and hoursuch aa this must-be held ever anew." ROME (JTA Avoidance ol Roman Catholic indoctrination In the curricula ol Italian public schools was reque ted here b) the Federal Council ol Italian Evangelical Churches A representative ol the Council met with Minister ition Paolo Ross Pointing out that he was speaking on behall ol all religious mlnoritj groups in the country. the Council representative told the Minister that it la not enough merely exempt non-Catholic students from lessons embracing Catholic catechism. He insisted that, under constitutional guarantees ol freedom ol ion, penne.it,on ol the curriculum with Catholic doctrine must also STOCKHOLM JTA Swedish chief Rabbi Kurt Wilhelm returned here alter a two week visit to Rumania and several days m Klau^enbrri;. and in Prague en route home Dr. Wilhelmvisit to Burhar.-t was treated aa a state function and the Rumamun Government c>lablished I special kosher kitchen for his benefit in the largest hotel n the Rumanian capital. He waa received bj President Petra Gr BRUSSELS JTA Reports ol the arrest ol a large number ol technicians and officiala In Pilseo, lews in Prague, were published her. he newspaper Libre Belgique." it also published reports ol new i Jews in Rumania The dispatches said that spectacular trials i Jews wen 'lommunisi %  snticipat [he per said that such a campaign was discussed in Moscow at a aa Communist Party lead countries in the • bloc. ON THE AMERICAN SCENE PHILADELPHIA '! A Till the Home for Jew an announced bj Harrj A Robinenl ol thi whit h is om ol the a ol the I I phia Federal i Jewish I bantu WASHINGTON JTA A bill din hulk settlement to property belonging to victim! ol N ition who died without heirs and which currently u vested in the United States Offil I ropertj baa been introduced in the Hi Represent Congressman Arthur <• Klein ol New York The lull is in furtherai the intent ol Congress aa expressed in the United States Publ c I • ti2d. that heirless formerly belonging to Nazi victims and I bj the U s Government during World War N aa the prop nominal enemy alien-, should be used tor the relief and rehabilitation • it needy persecuti ling, in the United Stal TORONTO (JTA) — An emin. tholic churman hi '.ired that no one who hate.lewcan rightly call himself I < briei tian." Jamea Cardinal McGuigan, writing in his regul umn Thoughts foe Our Time-" in the Toronto Telegram, warned .i-.on-t the tendency to feel superior on the part Ol tome Northerner! in the face of the segregation struggle in the Southern stati how many of tho-e who telt sn had a better record on the question ol Negro. Jewish, or "foreigner" rights MEXICO CITY i.iTAl—A viciously anti Semitic attack on Israel and world Jewry, in the form of a 12-page illustrated brochure, i1 I di-tributed in Mexico through the mails The brochure, which car neither the name ol the publisher nor a return add 'ained a charge that President Eisenhower la a Jew who i?ru<> to hi* tradi tion.v" Material contained in the brochure, which was Obviously tx pensively printed, also charged that Israel was provoking World War III and carried an illustration which showed the globe being controlled by an eye with a Star of David in its center The brochure also depicts the United States Government as an agent of world Jewry LATEST WIRE S FROM ISRAEL ,—JERUSALEM (JTA) — Cabinet dissension over the draft of a new property tax. to which the religious and Pro Party Moea had objected in the coalition government here, was healed after a cotnpro mise formula on taxation was adopted], following a live hour meet oi the Ministerial Economic Committee. 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t" 4 IE Page 6 B Five Year Plan of National Fund Designed to Make Israel Flower Continued from Page 5 A la] from the north and from the south and come to the peat gap which stretchftl over more than half a million dunams from Nevoop-Beitar. overlooking the Kfar Ktzion block, now in Jordan's hands, to D'vir. the lonely settlement on the road to the Negev, The area is 35 kilometers long and 15 kilometers wide. There is no highway except for the Har-TuvBeit Gllvrill road and we are told to hurry and drive 1 there could be an enemy ambush at the desolate heights on either aide. Hut we are interested in approaching the border running over th.> slopes ol Hebron. Accompanied by police du nam ^ !" J.1f guards and army patrol-, we do the scouting on foot, it seems aa il we arc sailing to distant si empty ol people, so vast ithe loneliness here and yet Jerusalem. Israel's capital, iso near' Forlorn and forsaken like this land are a million and a half dunams in the lullon the border, ju-t at the time when our enemies have gathered to cut slices off our territory Can we afford this Waste? <>r can we brthg forth our bread from the flint' yesterday the plains and valleys were neglected, athe hillare today Now we have to settle the hillwith a' manj villages .ipossible, lor there iour security, there iour fortress Have we not the gn at changes m the mountain landwherever we have v. ii ked' Dei the Jewish .National Fund saw that I-r.n t' i the devastation ol centuries, would not be able to sustain many people, unless it iredeemed, not only by money but also bj work, and especial!} those sections in which Hie onslaughts of man and ii.,!ore wrought havoc and what suffered most irom man's neglect is the hill country which extends in Israel over an area ol four and a half million dunams. It waclear then. 25 years ago, that this region must be redeemed by the 'creation ,,t -oil. so that civilized man would be able to live there and supp or t himself by working the land Then was begun the process which we have called "reclamation ot the hill landUNFOUNDED MYTH Before the state was established, reclamation had been carried out on 15.000 dunams m 23 hill settlements, and 107.000 dunams in 108 hill settlements in the seven years Reclamation extends the bounds of cultivable land within the Stateterritory and buttressing our runty along the frontiers: these tasks m the hill lands go hand in hand. The "conquest of the hil 1 one of the pioneering acts of the ale's ejda*ence~WHn the hour, and that is the program of improvement of implements and the .INF Five Year Flan to, retire training of workers, this activ claim and revive half a million itv turns barren ground Into ler dunams, one third of the neglected tile soil it causethe rock to flow hill lands, by creating farming soil with honey and the flint to give and planting fore--, to serve as forth oil" for through the power the ite for the homes of thousands of heavy machineand man's -ciof families. entifie know-how, stoneare over And yet another facet of the turned and boulderbroken up Five Year Plan is the immigration and toll is created as in the days ol masses of Jews from North 0 | Genesis Wing fruitand Africa, which is an emergency iplants. ••" r Our country needs them and The reclamation ol the hill lands they need our country, but tliev has refuted the allegation ol the bring little more than their hands Mandatory Period that millions of to toil and labor with. For most hill lands are useof them, the work of their hands less for civilized man Now it is has to support them from the day Frid ^Moic^ clear that tinwa.m unfounded myth Thanks to reclamation < v en the results ol the l.owdermilk Gill survey, according to which most of the hill countrv m Israel isuited to onlj pasture and for of their arrival, and what is better than to work the -oil. and e-pecialIv to create new soil, and to revive it by reclamation and afforestation that give millions of work days? nding the area of cultivated ests, are out tH date Land reel* land within our borders, providing mation in the hill countrv ol Judea productive work for new immiand the Galilee hasucceeded to u'rant-. and creating a chain of date in turning one third of land agricultural settlements to serve as allocated to pasture and forest into a fortified wall along the borders vegetable gardens, orchards and of Israel, are all objects of the vineyards. And still this process Five Year Plan of the Jewish Hahas only begun. 'tional Fund. This work id land reclamation. daily in the hill country, is a "must." and il settling the countrv along itborders ithe basis of security, and ii agriculture is the basis ot the economy ol the State. (hen land reclamation in the hill country is a meanto both ends When the plan is carried out. a miracle will occur — a miracle as great athose m the days of our ancestors, the miracle of our hills. -'learning with life, abounding with settlements secure and happy, as in the time of the Second Commonwealth. GREETINGS TO ALL U. S. PLASTERING COMPANY Plastering Lathing Stucco — To Please You No Job Too Small or Too Big 1736 S.W. 6th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE FR 4 8115 HAPPY PASSOVER CAIRO RESTAURANT DELICIOUS SPECIALTIES • Broiled Shish Kebab • Health Salad • Pure Olive Oil II you don't enjoy fhe food you needn't pay Air Conditioned 1710 ALTON ROAD Phone JE 8-9172 To My Many Friends and Acquaintances .. 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I f Page 4 A +Jelstrk>rk9lati ^ISLNl wJenist flcrtfjari Published tvsry Friday since 1977 by the Jewish Plorldlan at 12C N. E Sixth Street, Miami 1, Florida Entered a< second-class matter July 4, 19S0, at ths Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 17. The Jewish Plorldlan has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newa Service. National Editorial Association, Amer. lean Association of English-Jewish Newspspers, Florida P,resi Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Tele phones FR 4-1141 — FB 4-8 212 The Jewish dorMlM <1"" not ruarnntee the Kasbmth of the merchandise aHverllw.1 tn If rolumna. S U One Year S C B • "• T I $100 ON RATES % wo Vear tS.M Nisan 18, 5716 Volume 30 Number 13 Friday, March 30. 1956 Five-Year Plan of National Fund Designed to Make Israel R U.S.-British Maneuvering Was Shameful The French Government announced late last week its intention to deliver twelve of its newest Mystere IV supersonic jet fighters to Israel in the immediate future. The story behind the consumation of this sale, which will still leave Israel far behind Egypt's heavy numerical superiority in the air, is a shameful comment on American and British diplomacy so far as the Near East is concerned. According to reliable sources, the French had decided to sell Israel these planes sometime ago. But the U.S. State Department and the British Foreign Office found out about it. Admittedly, the sale was to involve a secret transfer; and both Mr. Dulles and Sir Anthony Eden combined their collective genius to break up the arrangement. Firmly announcing their own intentions not to sell arms to the Jewish State because they did not want to promote an "arms race" in the Tribute to Justice Brandeis Brandeis University club here will hold a Brandeis centennial dinner Wednesday evening at the Seville hotel. The dinner will mark the progress made bv the Waltham, Mass., institution since its founding. It will also pay tribute to the worldrenowned jurist and Supreme Court justice, born one hundred years ago, after whom the university was named. During the few years of its brief existence, Brandeis has established a unigue reputation as one of the major centers of higher learning in the United States. A Jewish-sponsored Institution, Brandeis has a non-sectarian faculty and admits students to its college and graduate schools without regard to race, creed or religion. Recently, the university was accorded high praise for erecting on campus three magnificent chapels for students of the three major faiths Jewish, Catholic and Protestant—each incorporating in its architecture the spirit of the religious body it houses. But Brandeis' far-reaching, true university atmosphere is egually embodied in the number of its increasing educational facilities. And, as the Waltham school proaresses. it rays tribute to the man whose name it bearsJustice Louis Dembitz Brandeis. A man imbued with the hiahest reqard for law, with a humble respect for humanity and with a deep love for the ancient tradition of his people, Justice Brandeis wrote a page in the history of the United States Supreme Court that does him and the court he served great honor. In living up to the ideals and achievements of Justice Brandeis, Brandeis University steps forward as a major American center of higher learning. Jewry in Today's World Reform and Liberal Jewry, with many Greater Miami families affiliated, will meet next week at Temple Beth Sholom to discuss the progress and future of American Judaism. Benjamin H. Swig, vice chairman of the national executive of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will be guest speaker. Reform and Liberal Judaism came into beinq as an organized group in 1873, when Isaac Mayer Wise called together in Cincinnati the representatives of 34 conqreaations, with a membership of some 1,800 families, to form the present Union. By 1945, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations qrew to include 300 Temples, with a membership of some 50.000 families. In addition to the breakfast meeting scheduled at Beth Sholom Apr. 8, the National Association of Temple Secretaries, an agency of UAHC, will meet in Washington Apr. 4 for its annual workshop. This oraanization is another manifestation of Jewry's determination—also represented by Orthodoxy and Conservative—to continue its ancient herita Near East, Dulles and Eden publicly congratulated the French on the Paris decision to come to the aid of beleaguered little Israel. The calculated result bore delicious fruit in Washington and London immediate cancellation of the sale. Dulles and Eden strategy figured this way: 1. The French are having enormous difficulties in Morocco and North Africa. French relations with the Arabs are there2. 3. By JOSEPH WEITZ At its convention in the Hills of .Jerusalem during Sukkoth last year, the Jewish National Fund called on the Jewish people in Israel and the world over to undertake a new responsibility — the Five-Year Plan. The stress is not on "Five," which is just an accepted numerical division; the %  tress is on "Plan." whose content is clear and brief: the conquest ot the hills by means of development and settlement. There, in Nes Harim, this call was clearly understood, for the hills themselves spoke: desolate and deserted, they cried out for salvation, for release from their fetters of barrenness, and those assembled there heard I a n< P ass f| nto eastern J this cry. But not all the Jewish ll(, autifn! are the Beisaai people were present. Only a few re *1 valleys in spring.) hundred saw with perceptive eyes < rn ps. The fields and understood with beating heart golden turn and greti| ^vrj*^ of! '"habited by Jews,*' ,hls question K m "' urgent when Wed, ,he capital ofr? hc 'OP f Mt. Canaa* to us wrapped in h w atmosphere. Unlike RL_ capital of the Negev.T. the north has not erV even shrunk, whileT towns and viU tJ e, -| 1 bee;,,,., .)„, j, ^ Jewish settlements 2 tens 0 f thousands of, ren lulls lna life. DAVID'S CURSE Let us leave the Hilbi fore of an extremely delicate nature. Join, American -British in.stence that ^me^^oMb^on^uesTofX = P^B| France not sell the planes to Israel might hills at lhis particular timc | the settlements scatt arouse heavy resentment in Paris, for 4. the French increasingly see themselves as the poverty-strickened relative in the Big Three. Firm orders from Washington and London in the matter of French forign policy could thus conceivably be scrapped as a means of demonstrating French independence. But joint American-British praise of the plain, wherever we look! Let us scou Israels herder* and „, lm ,., ( ,, lors ^ you will ,,,, feel, hear and underwant ,„ ,,,,., 0 -, hta, but we haven] ward and a-cend the i It is a bright morning in the spring and we are standing on the ,,1( spring of Kind northern highway which leads "'' %  difficult, steep, from the coast near Rosh Hanikra Cipitous, turbidding. B through Upper Galilee. Between li ll curse of David. Matzova and Manila, there is a toins of Gilboa, let tl sale would embarrass the French by lovely height stretching seven \* !" neither let there he showing the Arabs that Pans engaged in kilometers along the Lebanon bor> ou •" *"* -till upon an act partial to Israel. ( |,. r Its area covers over ten thoubarren for generations. The decision last week finally to sell Israel [sand dunams. and it is considered j However when we the twelve jet fighters this time comes with the part of Israel, but there are no an( j |„ () |< aD0U j now silent blessing of Eden and Dulles, for both Jews there, not even Border police, the view—a lovely pi Washington and London are such symbols of and ,he thought steals into your an( \ Rrpcn wiln mn hatred in the Near East today that they dare not heartl Is this reaJ, >' P art of our again interfere. I c unt ry?" Further on we reach By remaining silent, the United States and L^'J an J mm, K rant settlement / %  D •, •„ %  r. solitary, with few people, a target SSa^SE J ar f. pe J_ m,,,,ng Fra nCe ?. d What S infiltrators anJVmturnal ambush. should, indeed, be their own task—selling arms to Israel but which their last fragments of moral failure prevent them from accomplishing. Apparently, it is still the West's fondest wish to tell the Arabs that they are doing nothing to help beleaguered Israel. The Blame Can't be Shifted UN general secretary Dag Hammarskjold's latest trip to the Nar East is a blatant example of the failure of Western foreign policy in the Near East. Mr. Hammarskjold's trip is the result of President Eisenhower's insistence that the United Nations take the Near East hot potato out of America's lap and do something about it. face, the Administration's reguest is rocks, whose stones cleared up to the country adjoining it. stretch of 50.000 dunaail des t ined to serve a' a | work and livelihood for I From here northward the secur of families, but now ity highway continues — without j abandoned to the (IKOT security. Mere and there the road* without a harrier on onri touches the very frontier, and on prevent him from eirinf its northern side Lebanese citifens '' '' : •' vantage point reap their crops and the standing to attack the two heauti corn is fresh and green. On our down belon ShaU we side, desolation reigns all around fid's curse to linger a Our car swallows up the kilometers days ol the State of 1 on this deserted highway, an empMIRACLE OF THE HII x:;,:';:i : :r:;,,,?•:,,=, .--*• at. „„,,„„ r „„ r „. ,„,„ %  > ;;-• L,"£ H rael. In spite of the sparkle ofi f ... ull „„. scape that brings with it the bless 1 border, the larmer. 0ri| tug of IJfe, here this gap of tens of | ^T/nH f nr more t a Hlometcrs. "S where mlSSSt^SjB sound of our harvester! la not ,. sard, rtin elthia us toallag of based on profound moral justice. But the fact h IT r ld r^r Jard Ismei !" d 2 te^ariTasras fc^sssa Arab nations have been previously shnnnd-.i i .. 1_ s "• Tis abandoned to rock previously shaped-i in peacetime and. even more, of or mis-snaped—by Mr. Dulles and our "-linio 1 u Department what may come in time of cm <*If tho AHn,;n:t^.' .i_ igency. Is this range stretching ovlt the Administration in the past refused to offer the UN proper assistance in the matter it must now accept the responsibility of coming up with a solution to the Israel-Arab controversy. Shifting the burden may be regarded as cowardice at worst and immoral at best er more than 100,000 dunams in the Galilee doomed to desolation. and infiltrations of all i us pass over the emptyj the neighborhood of Continued on P** 1 Ike Stresses Importance of Arab Oil as Russians Bar Peace Continued from Pag* 1 A Israel's David Ben-Gurion. With Arkady Sobolcv spearheading the Russian delegation and voting on the side of, the Arab bloc. Mr. Eisenhower's request was detajrad for another week, pending. as Sobolev put it, "the Jewish PassThe move was seen as the first n a series „f | on g delays of United Nations action in the area. The President appealed, however, for mediation of the ArabIsrael crisis to avoid war. He warned that any major outbreak of hos tilities in the Middle East would be a catastrophe for the whole world. Me stressed the importance of Arab oil to the West The major American effort, he said, is to find some way to help the Arab states and Israel see that their interests lie in mediation. He said the United States must regard every bit of unrest in the Middle East as a moat serious thing. may ask Congress ftr* thority to use V& rn'htajl ,n the Middle East U 1 ti-.ns peace effort* BjU here following n* m \ White House at which and Democratic leaders were briefed V' Eisenhower and SerretOT John Foster Dulles on W lional situation. A State Department was asked about the* i" replied that he had w> or comment 0B such pl^ istration source!!**^ quest for dand-byj"" commitment of force* given the most serious tion if the situation co" deteriorate. The State Depart^ Forei**] that France suggested that the tripartite j^, ters meet in a h %  or London to *£%  Israel situatu^ l aeen by French For tian Pueau_



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Page 4 B -** +Jeislirhr*&*i Sn the rCcalm of Society MRS. SULOMO BIANCO Miss Dubler Weds Mr. Joseph Jaffe in Double Ring Rites Li rriel Dubler became rday, l :untual leader "f Beth David S; with Cantor William Lipson assisting The bride ii the daughter "f Mr. and h;in T. Dubler, 1636 s\\ 19th i( pioneer Miami family here since 1912 The groom'l parire the Benjamin Juifes, 1895 SW Uth U r The bride selected an imported Italian pole dc soie gown, accent! pearls. Her veil was <>f ch Illusion. She earned orchidon a Bible. ron Dubler was maid of honr her rister Bridesmaids In* i i her cousins, Lynn Bolotin and Judy Dubler and friends, Via%  rotl and Marilyn Miller. mar, it.r the groom n u hU brother-in-law, Norman Levitt. Ushers included the bride's cousin. \> .! Kanney, and [rwin Kruger and Jack Cutler, friends, and the m's business partner, liyles Eaton. Newlywed Mrs. Jaffe ii graduate "1 Miami Senior High School, where she was a member of the French club and orchestra. She attended the University of Florida. Her huband graduated from schools in New Jersey and spent live years with the N'avyeand Merchant Marine. He is in the furniture business here in Miami. A reception and dinner for 250 Miss Shankey Weds Mr. Edward .Japhe In a 1 p.m. double ring cremony on Thursday, Mar 15. in the study Rabbi Leon Kronen. Temple Beth Sholom. Miss Anita Iris Shankey. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Shankey. Long Beach. I-ong Island, N V became the bride of Edward J. Japhe. son of MN MurNoble. Surfside. ami Mr. Murray Japhe. New York City. The bride ia graduate of Lontf Dmch High School and at pre-ent •.indent at the University of Miami She Is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority. Mr Japhe received his decree at the University of Miami and at p r e s e n t iin business in South Honda. The bride selected a white lace tail dress, prince--. -tyle. complemented by a pink satin bow and long streamers down the hack. She carried orchidand lily-ofthe valley A reception and dinner was held at the Fontainebleau hotel, after which the couple flew to Mexico City and Acapulco for their honeymoon Upon their return, they will make their home in Miami Beach. MRS. EDWARD iAPM ORREt Colonial and Traditional Furnishings Interiors OPEN MOB., Fri.. Sat. I 765 N.B. 12Slh St. Ph. PL 9-0248 w %  MRS. JOSFPH E. JAFFE guests followed After a honeymoon to Now Orleans, the couple will be at home at 2295 SW 16th ct. Guests attending the ceremony and reception included Mr and Mrs. Carl Bolotin, Mr. and Mrs, Herman Kanney. Mr. and Mrs i.ou iKanney, Sam Kanney. Mrs. Ida Remenyi. Ml*. Charles Mark-, Mrs. Rose Swir and Mrs. Bea Hal.inowitz. all of New York City, and MorriG-OOdman and Mr-. Hose Hurowitz, of Boston, Mass. GOLF CLU3S REFINISHED REPAIRED Goff's Golf Club Service 1423 Ponce de lean Meal Coral Gables, Ph. 83-2659 It will be a 'doctors' night" at the Coral CM Mrs. L.o Mirxtlln Saturday. Honored guLt M h oB,( < Morton Lavln. New York State assistant health com ^ researcher. Friends at the affair will include n? Benson and Dr. and Mrs. Max Mi I lard In addition to his duUes as health commjc 5in „ director of New York State's cancer re mrch JSN Buffalo. He was also founder and executive H Zi ~ of the National Chronic Illness Commission in cS5£ Dr. Benson, research pathologist at Mt. Sinai k u ', medical examiner. He and wife Minerte arc accomplish. Dr. Jorry studied at Oberlin College and Mint*? years with the staff of Gotham Towns renowned tnui s!' Charming couple are Dr. Max and wife Heather n~. Ireland, he's a Trinity College graduate and a member!! College of Physicians and Surgeons. Since their arri i Dr. Max has been pathologist at Jackson Memorial bosni, i esque Heather is originally from London. ~ vm Stadlan, Bianco To Live on Beach In a 7:30 p.m double ring candlelight ceremonv Saturday evening. Mar 17. at Torah Temple. Mi — Sarah l.ea Stadlan exchanged VOWS w:th Mr. Shlomo Rianco before Rabbi Abraham ( a--el The bride is the daughter of Mr and MrJosfaoj Stadlan. 1838 Bay rd Miami Beach. The groom, formerly of Israel, is the son of Mrs Regina Bianco. Jerusalem, and the late Morris Bianco Cantor Abraham Scif. of Kneseth Israel Congregation, assisted at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. William Agronove gave the groom in marriage, with Adinah Stadlan acting as maid of honor for her sister. The bride's brother. Dr. Emanuel Stadlan. was best man. The bride selected a gown of chantilly lace and tulle over satin with long torso bodice, point tohand sleeves and bouffant skirt which extended into a chapel train. Her fingertip French illusion veil was a'tached to a Juliet cap covered with chantilly lace over satin. s tti red sequins were on the cap. Which was trimmed with seed pearls. Her veil was made and designed by Mrs. Cande Summerson i surprise wedding gift Newlywed MrBianco is a graduate of the North Division High School. Milwaukee, Wia., and attended Walsh School of Bu-iness here. The groom is a graduate of schools jn i-rael. Following a wedding reception at Torah Temple, the couple left on a tour of Florida. Their home will be in Miami Beach. •prinij WOMIN IN SUCCtSSfUl Aft AIR TNf MMOUS CalCtfTT*' Variety club women's committee plans i 12 30 p m at the Eden Roc hotel. chairman of the affair is Barak, 1 "*? who has revealed that Saks Fifth Avenue will fm 3 parade. Recipient of a Gooro* Dora Fixture Com** awarded to students in the University of FloridaColi! tecture and Allied Arts is Stanloy H. Greene Hethest Mrs. Rosa Groan, 905 Michigan ave. Stan's a fourth yea Gotham Town's Samuel Readers are -pending a monttl guests of the Milton Lowos Milt's manager o| Jackson's! Store here and brother of Seville hotel's orchestra lea Roador. Elated over the success of the brunch last Seville hotel given by the Royal Palm Unit of the Cancer i Mrs. Harry Dinnarstoin. Some 500 gue-tattended topnl Mrs. Allan Dawson, president of the women corps. Unit| is Mrs. Sibyl Weiss. Kay and Hal Polton left their Hibiscus bland man-el a trip to Nassau to attend the $90,000 Calcutta golf tour Representing Westview Country club, tha Pelton$ planned I immediately after the event. WtDDINC BILLS IN THE AIK AMD WEDDING PIAHS Most appropriate was the wedding Satin poolsidc. of Phyllis Jolon to Johnny Halms, swimmil hotel Hundreds of friends attended as Judge Kenneth 0ki| the nuptials, with a magnificent buffet around the cabana i couple. Pastry chef Joshus Wax topped the decorations with ij decked with a diving board showing the couple diving waters of matrimony." Phyllis is with the public relatk ment of the Saxony. Prospective brides, their mothers and heat upcoming spring and summer weddings, will get the comphj how for all types of weddings and bridal functions at the, club's major afternoon spring event on Apr. 7 at the watetfs of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cabasu. 1581 Brickell ave., Miami.. .f wedding coordinator at Burdine's. is presenting a IhreMBJ Forum and Fashion Extravaganza'" for the benefit of the club of the Iniversity of Miami. A real wedding receptiosj low the show. Some two dozen friends attended a pre nuptial luncheon Joan Fortgang in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel! The affair was tendered by Miss Sally Jordan, ol Miami Bea Daughter of William Fortsjanfl, 1665 SW 14th it. Miami graduate of University of Syracuse and received her Master in education at the University of Miami. Joan plans teaching after her May 27 wedding. Her fiance, Eliho Sch son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Schoppot, ol tit • Jersey, r u inters in Florida. & urdine's,. SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re. U.S. pat. off. 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I I Page 6 A Jenis*JHcridfon Frid Concentrated 'Block-by-Block' Push Opened in Effort to End '56 Drive A concentrated "block-by-block". horhood canvass, Gordon canvass of the Miami area to sethe following captains: cure life-giving contributions for | Zeltzer, the Combined Jewish Appeal named Oscar Maurice H. Hyman, Max is'jacobson, Charles Springarn, Hyplanned by Miami chairman Harry man Chabner. Mrs. Harry Gordon, Cordon. I Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. Rebecca HerGordon. together with recruiting'man. Al Lev, Herbert Scher, Mr. chairman Mrs. Sol Silverman. en' a nd Mrs. Irving Bakst, Mr. and ]i>ted the resources Wednesday of Mrs. Murray Lazarus. Mrs. Morris nearly a score of important organKarp. Hyman Levine. A P. Ro-c-nizations promising manpower for berg. Charles Propper. Frank Ro-<\ the important final phase of the Robert Purisch. Al Miller. MrDa-1 campaign. vid Scrnaker. Joseph .1. Garlow. Organizations supplying volunMu IVirness. Mrs. Tobias Sussnun, leers in the neighborhood camMr. and Mrs. Sam F. Levitcn. Mrs. 1 i:.n include Bnai Brith. Beth Milton Yaffe and Mrs. Nathan David Congregation. Jewish Home Spiegelman. for the Aged Auxiliary. Pioneer i Women (Golda Myerson club), Israelite Center, Tifereth Israel. Haih iMount Scopus group), Beth El Congregation, Mizrachi oil chapters) and Bnai Brith Women ol Miami. if we are to complete our asPassover Radio Program Planned by JNF Council Passover radio program under the auspices ol the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami h;ibeen announced by Daniel M. Eignments at the close of the PassBroad, president ol the Council. < • i holidays, we shall need addii nal workers to reach the thouIs ol contributors who partici]. ted in last year's drive and have i i yel been approached to give I the survival campaign tins y< .ir." said Gordon. To direct the big Miami neighProgram will be broadcast over radio station WWPB Sunday noon, Apr. 1. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spirilu.d leader "i North shore Jewish Cciiter. ami Beach Councilman Harold Shapiro will appear. JUUUS t. PERlMOTTEl Perlmutter Named Assistant Attorney General by Ervin Richard W. Frvin. attorney general of the State of Florida, announced the appointment this week of Julius Jay Perlmutter. Miami Beach attorney, as special assistant attorney general to I him in handling legal problems in volving the state m this area. Attorney General Ervin express ed Inappreciation for PerumutBCCeptance of this assignment without compensation. "This was in line with Perlmutter's refusal to accept compensation in any post he has ever served by virtue ol appointments by several governors in the paM." Ervin said in making public the appointment. The Attorney General assigned Perlmutter to represent his office at "Judicial Council" meetings because of Perlmutter's "knowledge I of the Judicial Council's work and objectives since he served as governor appointee on the council for some 18 months previously." Ervin also assigned him to substitute for the attorney general in representing his office on the constitu"We're over the top" these leaders of the CJA Dentists' Divi:-on jubilantly announce, checking pledge totals. Well past iheir 1956 guota and last year's amount, chairmen (left to i.ght) are Dr. Melvin Becker, Dr. George Graham and Dr. Herman Mechlowitz. Social Gatherings | or Afi Kinds tion revision commission. Perlmutter is a graduate of the University of Miami school of law and *rHa*. s ^sTuTu!* s, n ,he ,irm o fa Ct MphNfy Air Cttihitmti OpM PasMtar afaeft KOSHEt RESTAURANT h* tar*] D U C t ||i DELICIOUS KOSHER L'PESACH DINNERS with all the trimmings ... from $2.j 5 tWOSITt CITY NAU 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. hA. ,. -? i'ROSEDALE I *"WiJ O 7996 FPffDfutrfPY y.amntn ctftaiw tiw>icT U ri,, H I Air i foil 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET PHONE J£ 156*9 LINCOLN MANOR Ski "•• fat OCMI Sewing Pannover Mvnh .4Jfj M0urimg Paanovrr Wvvk Luncheons and Dinners NO RESERVATIONS NECESSARY Under ffafebinicaf Saparvisiaa at Vrnid Hafcashrufa el Aavftfki Kamhi I. H. Iver, Director Fraa Porkim en Prmrna* 2 LINCOLN ROAD. MltW| Royal Hungarian* 1 ]^ Restaun for Beautifully Arranged Affairs with Iratitk Cuisine—Use Our Kosher Catering facilil'm 731 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI IEACH PHONE III For the Finest-Duel MICHEL'S! Strictly KesAer RESTAURAH PARTIES, BAR MIT2VAHS. WEDDINGS and SOCIAL OCCAS PERMANENT MASHGIAH ON PREMISES MO %  71st STREET, MIAMI IEACH PHONE UNI OPPOSITE THE FOUNTAIN F>aa Parking SONNTAG'S FLAMINGO "1^/3 RESTAURANT 743 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH finest IK Kosher Cuisine We Will Serve Strictly Kosher Passover Oinml UNDER 8UPERVISON OF RABBI TlBOR H. STERN I Semible Pncn — No Rrvation Nesary TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHTJ ^ 7-COURSE DlNNEl ML STRICTLY KOSHER ^£t with Sacramental *> 3 'rtrft, ••Mtlitr. f'ltt fii*. ck.tkMm p*t, HkM t ckUkM, tririw* •f •..! >.f.l i.,ll.< D.f •"• Ul*. *t>Mrt, k*tf* FREE HOTEt cm-., A.I. at lit* Si. Nlwii M" I f] ROOM ON TM! SUPERB DIN* 8 SHORGASljf cotmz*oic