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Title:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday. April 6, 1956
Price 20*
CAMPAIGN TO BI LAUNCHED
of Israel Maps Drive;
f-ftonge Plans to Schedule
Dr. Schwartz at May Dinner
Miami- mosf intensive campaign in the history of the I
Jissue was announced Wednesday by chairman Jacob Slier
(of a month-long celebration on the State of Israel's eighth
L sponsored by the local chapter of the Guardians of Israel,
--------- persons who purchase
i nnn ;. in i
intent Hears
in Property;
is Rapped
(JTA) The question
osal of property in this
llonging to victims of
(cut ion who sent their
fere before the war was
the House by Sir Henry d'Avigdor
Conservative member of
Stevenson Breaks Reserve
Rap at Administration
With
Failures
persons who purchase at least
$1,000 in State of Israel Bonds this
year, will be held May 1 at the
Seville hotel, Sher reported.
Dr. Joseph Schwartz, national
vice president of the Israel Bond
organization, will be a featured
speaker at the Guardians" dinner.
Sher said. Dr. Schwartz, former
vice president of the United Jew-1
ish Appeal, is one of the world's !
leading authorities on Israel's eco-
nomic position.
"With Israel confronted liy the I
decisive hours of her gravest crisis.
investment in Israel Bonds is the
principal means whereby Greater
Miami can ruvh the state the im-
Continued on Pag* I A
Soys We Have No Firm Policy;
Tells Calif. Leaders His Views
Jewish Flot idian Exclusive
A major break in his previously self-imposed silence on the Israel-
Arab issue may be in the offing here when Presidential hopeful Adlai
Stevenson arrives in Miami Thursday, Apr. 12, to be guest of honor at
a Dinner Key auditorium luncheon.
Speculation with regard to the possibility that the 1952 Democratic
party standard bearer would make an address on American foreign
policy in the Near East rose here following Stevenson's remarks early
Wednesday to newsmen in Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. Stevenson, on his way to Jacksonville and a subsequent whirl-
wind tour of the Greater Miami area, had told the newsmen that the
United States should seek to assist *
Israel in achieving a sort of arms
ADLAI STEVENSON
. here to stay
"percentage parity" with Egypt
and the other Arab nations and
that the Western powers should
then lead a UN move to slap an
embargo on all arms shipments to
the Near East.
mticiuJ2lifiWlw tWGHJ IN CANADA FRENCH DEAL DENIED
humane policy of the
ernment which had en-
ly Jews to enter this
ps saving (hem from ex-
at the hands of the
I Henry declared: "For
irish people will always
and although I pro-
|critical of the Board of
; criticism in no way ex-
policy of this country
which has always been
older of the oppressed."
was concerned about.
tnry. was heirless prop-
II administered by
|ian of enemy property.
lit that the t nited States
a hill authorizing
of S3.0OO.OOO to Jew-
lions from unidentifiable
nis nature for the relief
Nee* and that Switzer-
ring a similar bill.
urged the Government
|r whether it might not
riate to make a special
payment to refugee
Ms jfW|Sh an(j chris-
fi had worked to relieve
11 N tism,
to proper!v sent here
Ping from enemy eoiin-
than Germany and
rticularlv Hungary and
f-fe said that such prop-
frozen and vested
mistration for Enemy
Conservative M.P.
. ed '" those who went
fl to evade perseeution
.not qualify for the res-
their assetii if they
"Pnsonmenl. "The view
w where owners of
natural death." he
I estate is refused to
U.S. Arms Stand Still Unchanged-But'
WASHINGTON (JTA)United States authorities
Wednesday unofficially revealed that Israel is press
ing Canada for American-designed F-86 sabre jet
interceptors being built in Canada. At the same
time, they emphasized that absolutely no change
has taken place in the status of Israel's arms applica-
tion in Washington.
High official sources revealed that President Eis-
enhower has personally decided against approval of
the Israel arms list at this time and ordered Seen
tary of State John Foster Dulles to suspend action
Basic Reforms Urged in Zionism
Or Goldmann May Shun Role
Mr.
NAMUM GOLDMANN
4 fence*
JERUSALEM (JTA)The itttus
quo in the Zionist movement will
have to be revised drastically at
the forthcoming 24th World Zion-
ist Congress, otherwise the move-
ment will suffer. Dr. Nahum Gold
maun, chairman of the Jewish
Agency executive, declared at a
press conference here Wednesday.
He indicated that if such reforms
did not take place he could not be
expected to assume a position of
responsibility on the Zionist execu-
tive.
Among the changes he advocated
was establishment of relations he
tween Zionists and non-Zionists
and the participation of non-Zion-
,sts in the Jewish Agency execu-
tive. He called for abolition ot the
"shekel fiction" as a means of de-
termining representation at world
congresses.
on the matter until United Nations peace moves are
attempted.
However, late in the evening. White House spokes-
man James Hagerty said that the Israel request for
arms was still "under study and consideration."
This was taken by some to mean the President's
stand on the Israel arms request had changed, and
that he was again considering action on Israel's arms
application. The earlier report said that President
Eisenhower's decision against selling arms to Israel
was taken at a White House meeting last Wednesday
and that Secretary Dulles recom-
mended to the President against
approval of Israel's request.
It is up to Canada, Britain.
France, or any other nation to de-
cide for themselves whether they
want to sell arms to Israel, the
Washington officials declared. The
State Department indicated some
An equitable balance of armed
strength between Israel and her
neighbors would have a deterrent
and restraining effect, he said.
While Mr. Stevenson indicated that
he was not happy about the Levant
arms build-up on either side, he
stressed the importance of aiding
the Jewish State at this time be-
cause a UN embargo, if practical at
all, would not be fair should Israel,
Continued on Page 8 A
*
Continued on Page 8 A
TROOPS TO BE SENT IN EMERGENCY
JOHN FOSTER DULLES
, Nasser OK
b Blueprint for Invasion is Unveiled
0RK (IT*, TU.____.. .. ______________mmmm i- KP.7P thf f id"
Dulles Affirms His Faith
In Levant Solution by UN
WASHINGTON (JTA)Secretary of State John Foster Dulles this
week declared he does not believe that U.S. arms sought by Israel is the
answer to the Middle East peace problem.
In a news conference here Tuesday, Mr. Dulles indicated he was
confident the UN peace mission to the Israel-Arab area will greatly
lessen the danger of war there.
'JTA) The contents
of an alleged
of ih I conquest, occupation and
rren, ''..... '*"* was revealed here
pnuh"" v'sion," a Spanish language
The r "r<-,,lat'on in Latin American
icircuia.,"'"" C,"M that the document
"" n v,i, ;;' w,,rkng Paper among Syrian
an officers.
Jrjto* blueprint, D-Day in Palestine is
After "Q LyddB and 0ther 'w**'
- H.,es of massive bombardments.
These
commi-
He declared that the Eisenhower
Administration's policy in with-
holding action on Israel's request
for 50 million dollars in American
weapons is based "on the U.S.
judgment of what is most condu-
cive to peace."
\\ hen newsmen replied that
Britain and France now feel arms
should be sent to Israel, Mr. Dulles
Egyptian paratroopers are to seize the fields,
act'ions are to put the Israel, air force out of c
rion and prevent it from retaliating bl kind aga nst
Cairo and Alexandria. The attack on Lydda is to be
accompanied bv raids on neighboring Te Am; which .al(1 ,hat a small amount of weep-
the Arab blueprint considers vxpe.utable The
bluepr.nt contemplates no aerial "*
salem The battle for the city is to be fought ex
clusively on the ground by troops of Jordan s Aral.
Continued on Pago IA
would ask Congressional approval
in the event of a sudden emergency
but that "no such emergency is
now in sight."
Mr. Dulles declared he believed
Egypt's Nasser wants peace.
< from those countries "might
work in the interest of peace.
Questioned on the possibility of!
sending U.S. troops to the Middle I
East, the State Secretary said he '
SORRY
Usual deadline for news and
publicity could not be observed
this pest week due to the fact
that the offices and plant of
The Jewish Floridian were clos-
ed for the Passover holidays.



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Bonds of Israel Schedules Workers' Mobilization Meeting
H/Ul AND AVIV A
.,.,!., This duo accompany each other
chi orKanKains. Jewish W. Wt -huh he ^h'm^lf Jj"
,rans posti and other Jewish hoflw reed that pmi the
groups have been uked I..... 1 ** to#'J%f22fk^
Seieuates to the Importanl session Aviv, plays the Mirum Drum
Women-, organizations, a* well, cla> jar-with. Soat skin
have been invited. M.etched across the top.
Two of the most famous Israel. In the United States, HUM and
folk singers in the world. Hillel Aviva have scored repeated hits m
and Aviva. will provide unusual night clubs and personal apnear-
entertainment for the brunch UW, and are scheduled to do a
meeting. Sher said. j movie short in Hollywood for a
Hillel and Aviva have won a host film on folk singers of the world.
Three New Reform Congregations to
Meet With UAHC Director Next Week
Dr. Ernst D. Bergmann, Profes-
sor of Organic Chemistry at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem I
and chairman of Israel's Atom-1
ic Energy Commission, was
in Miami this week to address
top leaders of the Greater Mi-
ami chapter, American Friends
of the Hebrew University. Dr.
Bergmann has been touring
atomic energy installations \
here as a guest of the U.S.
Atomic Energy Commission.
Hosts at the Seville hotel func-
tion were Charles Charcowsky,
David Provus, Herman Basch
and Dr. Philip Gotlieb. Chapter
president is Mrs. Oida Rubin.
ATTENTION INVESTORS I
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Hime Phone 9-3444.
Special meeting will be held by
three recently organized Reform
.Jewish congregations in the Miami
area during the week of Apr 9
Rabbi Albert G. Baum. director
of new congregations for the Union
of American Hebrew (on-.rela-
tions, will meet with officers of
Temple Sinai, of North Miami
Beach, on Apr !>. and will conduct
the first Sabbath eve services for
South Dade Jewish (enter in South
Miami Apr. IS.
Rabbi Baum will alto be m Hol-
lywood Apr. io to help in develop-
ment ol the newly organized Re-
form congregation to serve that
area.
A Navy chaplain in World War
II. Rabbi Baum was called to his
present position in 1946 by Dr.
Maurice N. Eisendrath, president
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
While in the Miami area. Rabbi
Baum will meet with his colleagues
and with leaders of the Reform
movement Al Sherman, 22 NE
29th st., Miami, is president of
Temple Sinai, North Miami Beach.
Herman W. Feldman, 6201 Casta-
neda. Coral Gables, is president of
South Dade Jewish Center.
Robert W. Gordon, 301 S. 10th
avc., Bollywood, is president of
the new Reform congregation in
Hollywood.
Shochet Named to Committee ,ion f the \mtrvm
Fred K. Shochet. publisher of JJ"ttee. Shochet j,V
The Jewish Floridian, has been ap- d('nl, f the American
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fiApril6, 1956
^JntistifhrMton
i Broken for New Addition to Jewish Home of Aaed
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500
Sunday at
, persons
,JWh Home f the
,,,h annual membership
J'ihirt highlighted l
Sbreakms ceremonies for the
-_u pavilion-
1 iheduierf was the burning
JoTTn notes thus wiping
MIOOO indebtedness on the
It Memorial hlrl. for
U incapacitate.! aged, which
iSpleted 14 months a*o
'Vrrau donor of the pavilion,
w^ime resident of Miami
and a pioneer leader of the
The pavilion will pioneer
inc arrangements for the am-
mentally alert residents
Home, with emphasis on pri-
,i< home-like an atmosphere
ble. Each room will have
. private bath and shower,
fcown air conditioner-heater.
^ the furniture will he built
,4 each room will be furnish-
i sitting room rather than
om.
Fentire building, in the shape
-["' will be fronted by an
completely screened-in
jerof the Home is president
Kurman. who was highly
by treasurer .lack Carner
[his practically -ingle-handed
it in wiping out the in-
hess on the Ablin Memo-
Topflight Humorist Guest
Some 150 persons attended a
Men's club of Temple Israel eve-
ning last week in the new audi-
torium of the Temple. Guest was
Isidor Bookbinder, nationally
known humorist.
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SUITE 207 PLAZA BUILDING
Day and Night Phone 82-6973
Civil, Criminal and Insurance
Investigations. Alexander Stolfi
and Avery Wilhelm, Directors.
CROWN FENCE
Sam Resnick. chairman of Gus Trau Pavilion building commit-
tee, .nstrucui Gus Trau (left) and Abe Kurman. president of the
ewish Home for the Aged, at the groundbreaking ceremonies
last Sunday at Douglas Gardens. Trau is a long-time resident
of Miami Beach.
Cypen. chairman of the
|nd the meet inc. pointed to
outstanding leadership of
n, under whose regime the
>kas been proclaimed by ex-
imd public officials as one of
Ifvst in the country, both in
ies and rehabilitative serv-
itor the senior citizen."
ni Beach Councilman Harold
it chairman of the nominating
Bttee, presented ;i slate of 17
for a three year term on
Iboird of directors. They were
aously elected
ninated were Sidney An-
|Stanley M. Beekerman of Hol-
d. Mrs. Isidore Cohen, found-
! tie Home. Kdward Cowen,
I Fine. M. J. Kopelowitz, Abe
Barney B. Lee, Mrs.
o> Hirsch Meyer, David
i and Trau.
(nominees were Matthew S.
s, Dr. George Graham, Mrs.
I Kozloff. Emanuel Smith and
rleah Udell. One third of the
I is elected each year for a
Itu term.
l Sol Silverman. president of
omen's Auxiliary, reported a
eaking financial support
(Home during 1955-56. The
with 2.500 members.
ited more than S30.000 to
[Home m both operating and
funds. The new physical
department of the Home
[keen purchased and is being
pktely equipped by the Auxil-
iary in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sil-
verman.
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom. president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asmi.
led the assemblage in a dedicatory
prayer for the Trau pavilion.
In addition to Kurman, Cypen
and Carner, other officers are
Spaet, honorary president. Col. Ja-
cob M. Arvey, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer and David Phillips, vice
presidents; Sam Resnick. financial
secretary, Mrs. Moses Krieger. re-
cording secretary; and Mrs. Silver-
man, corresponding secretary.
Chairman and co-chairmen re-
spectively of the Trau building
committee are Resnick. Carner and
David Fleeman. Other members
are Mrs. de Hirsch Meyer, Phillips.
Cypen, Spaet, David Trau, Ansin,
Sam Keywell, Lee, Julius Ritter of
Hollywood, Mrs. Silverman and
Maurice Pearlstein, executive di-
rector.
The Home is a beneficiary agen-
cy of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, from which it receives
30 percent of its annual budget. It
is also a member of the Dade Coun-
ty Welfare Planning Council.
Heller Will Chair
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campaign manager Murray Sams,
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Heller will be in charge of set-
jting up coffee meetings in this
j and other sections of Dade county,
so that supporters of the Circuit
Judge can have informal meetings
with their candidate.
Heller said the first coffee eve-
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Judge Anderson returns from Tal-
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Florida Supreme Court.
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and on weekends. Heller said, so
that Judge Anderson can continue
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On. Year 3-00 Two Var. ....
Nisan 25, 5716
Volume 30 Number 14
Friday. April 6. 1956_____________
Aged Home Moves Forward Zionists Must Mend Fences
Jewish Home for the Aged held its eleventh
annual membership meeting at Douglas Gar-
dens Sunday, with some 500 persons attending.
Principal business at hand was the ground-
breaking ceremony for the new Gus Trau Pa-
vilion- an addition to the institution which will
provide home-like privacy for ambulatory,
mentally alert residents.
In addition, the Jewish Home for the Aged
burned S40.000 in notes, thus wiping out the
indebtedness on the S300.00 Ablin Memorial
bldg., which was completed only fourteen
months ago.
The great strides that this organization is
making speaks for itself. A model of achieve-
ment among institutions for aged residents,
Miami's Jewish Home for the Aged has been
time and again praised by professionals in the
geriatrics field.
With residents of the Home receiving the
benefit, Greater Miami must come in for a fair
share of praise. Gus Trau's recent S250.000
gift, which will make the new addition possible,
is but one of many examples here of intimate
Jewish identification with the problems of ful-
fulling the needs of this community's aged.
Jewish tradition through the centuries has
been guided by one of its ancient, hallowed
reguests: "Do not forget us in the time of our
hoariness." In this regard, Jews have always
been sensitive to the fate of their aged and
have felt a keen responsibility with regard to
caring for them when they were no longer in a
position to care for themselves.
But the Jewish Home for the Aged here does
not accept the concept of "care" as it is popu-
larly imagined. For Home officials lay and
professionalas well as for the Miami com-
munity at large, "care" implies the sanctity of
each individual resident his right to privacy,
to fruitful activity within the limit of his physical
and emotional capabilities and to recognition
of his personal needs apart from those of the
aged as a group.
In this sense. Miami's Jewish Home for the
Aged continually moves ahead, with the reflec-
tion of achievement on the community at large
and with ever increasing benefit to its con-
tented residents.
During The Week ...tt
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By LEO MINDUN
* I
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Some Strange Explanations
Washington has certainly been coming up
with amazing "explanations" for current for-
eign policy in the Near East.
We have been feeding large amounts of
military eguipment to major Arab nations, and
so have the Russians. But we refuse to send a
proportionate amount to Israel for fear of
"creating an arms race in the Near East."
Egypt from day to day becomes increasingly
powerful in the air, on the sea. as well as in its
infantry, with Egyptian officers currently being
"secretly" trained in Russian-controlled Polish
camps. But the State Department has hardly
diminished its sympathy toward the Arab cry
that Israel is plotting to destroy all the Arab
nations combined.
Transjordanian populations, enraged by the
Baghdad Pactwhich is designed to keep the
Soviet Union from encroaching on the Near
Eaststone American and British public build-
ings and tear down and trample upon the Stars
and Stripes. But Mr. Dulles has only kind words
for the Arabs, while American Ambassador to
Egypt Henry Byroade warns Israel "to be less
aggressive."
It is about time that at least one American
official went on the record with something like
the truth so far as our foreiqn policy in the Near
East is concerned. This, President Eisenhower
did last week. Calling for the United Nations
to consider the "Palestine Question" on an
emerge/icy basis and for mediation to avoid
the outbreak of war, he stressed the importance
of Arab oil to the West.
Everything else was commentary; nothing
more need have been said.
Zionist districts throughout the world are
currently in the process of choosing delegates
to attend the World Zionist Congress which
opens in Jerusalem Apr. 24.
This Congress will be particularly significant
for a number of reasons. To begin with, the
process of choosing delegates this year is a
delicate matter, in itself. Clearly, the United
States delegation will be the most important,
for it represents the ultimate in powerful Jewish
communities throughout the world.
But as early as three months ago, signs of the
struggle currently threatening the unity of the
Zionist Organization of America broke into the
open, with major ZOA leaders declaring their
intention to send special representatives to the
Jerusalem meetinq. In additionwhether phil-
osophically, morally and practically defensible
or nota telling number of American Jews to-
day are switching their allegiance from the
traditional Zionist Organization to a new group
on the horizon, the American Friends of Israel.
Certainly, it is too early to tell what effect this
group will have on the strength of the ZOA as
the uniting force between the Jewish communi-
ty here and in Israel. As well, the propriety of
this group is yet to be established in light of the
countless problems facing American Jewry
today.
But whether the Friends of Israel is subject to
question or not, delegates of the Zionist Or-
ganization will come to the Jerusalem meeting!
unattended by the total blessing of an Ameri-
can Jewish community solidly united behind
the ZOA as its spokesman. This particular divi-
sion in the ranks, coupled with the recent threat
if not decision of major ZOA leaders to defect
from the organization and to represent their
own attitudes at the Zionist Congress, is particu- j
lady unfortunate now.
For the World Zionist Congress Apr. 24 will
be confronted with the most urgent problems
yet. In addition to the Congress' need to look
to means of safeguarding the security of Israel,
those present from other nations will surely
look to the American delegation for hopeful
word on Washington policy in the Near East.
With American Zionists having at this time
to mend their private political fences, the ZOA
will perhaps be at an unfortunate disadvantage
in the matter of talent and energy unless ex-
pended even before it arrives in Jerusalem.
l*w5 item ;
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U&AKMtD FOfcefS
At CMA.PIAIN6
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Among reliable observers all over the c
recognition of the devastating failure of American i Tt is
conservative professionals like David Lawrence Hreign P""
traditional Administration apologistshave [J '*T&\
critical positions. The reason is apparent we'll" frced to 1
by the Eastern world in every international niovn* b*n *
a clear thinker than Mr. Walter I.ippman has um?l "^
State to stay at home-to shed his megalomania amii, he ^
affairs from his office in Washington. d ,endtoj
Yet. off he ran Mar. 3 to Karachi to take Dart U
i.sters' conference, first making a stopover in India t 3 '""I
ception from Nehru, and then returning to the rnitortV1*
in glowing detail the warm regard which Svimmii!Tow1
Kai-shek hold for us. This was sheer audacity* 7r- *"
Knee's report last week that he had been receiving to, Y'"
Koreans, written in blood, urging him to run for reek r *"
At the same time, there was no one in Washington V?*
about the Glubb dismissal, which occurred almosl after Mr. Dulles' flying departure for Karachi cxcSl ,''
interest representative Herbert Hoover. Jr flor was th
comment on Britain's growing disaster in Cyprus WithnV
of State gone and the President somewhere in Maryland
only Sir Anthony Eden, of Ten Downing si could sue.,
ington policy.
Few of us. however, appear to be taking
paralleled American inadequacy. Certainly, there are ennL i
tent people around to warn us. but with calculated prasmit?
lion, wo ignore the warnings. In short, our right hand doesw
or carewhat the left is doing. m'
THEY PRACTICE DOCTRINE OF HARD WORK
House Report No. 1683. "Study Mission to Europe "j.
in this regard. The report, pursuant to House Resolution |L
the Congressional Committee on Foreign Affairs to conduct!!
complete investigation of matters ". pertaining to the D
of State and such other departments and agencies engaged
in the implementation of United States foreign policy
of such policy."
An extract from the report pertaining to Israel is ba*d
survey of Rep. Edna F. Kelly. New York, chairman of the study
Rep. Thomas J. Dodd. Connecticut; and Rep. Wayne L. Hayj,
describes in detail the mission's travels through the Jevuh
Becrsheba, the trenches near the Gaza strip, Haifa. Tel Aviv,
Nazareth and the Huleh Lake region. The urgency of the
emphasized by the fact that a few hours after the group left
the Egyptians attacked the village of Nirim on the Gaza striy
away and that, at Nachal Oz, some 75 young personsonethiri
womenwrested a living from the soil literally under tie
Egyptian guns.
Elsewhere there is the pertinent comment: "The study*
saw shepherds' tending their flocks between Jerusalem and
with rifles on their shoulders to defend themselves against
Most important is this observation: "Everyone appeared to
in and practice the doctrine of hard work."
HIGH LEVEL OF PER CAPITA INCOME
What Reps. Kelly, Dodd and Wayne found shocking w*
nouncement of the Czech-Egyptian arms deal at the time
arrival in Israel. "Although rumors of this deal were received
Department of State in late June or early July." they remark.
not reported to the Foreign Affairs Committee during the last
of Congress."
Actually, these Congressmen could have been even more
as early as six months before the first Geneva meeting (Apt
Nasser of Egypt told Mr. Dulles that he would purchase armsfi
Reds if he could not get them from us. (During a Senate Fore
lions Committee hearing last month. Mr. Dulles told Sen
Capehart that he believed Nasser had been bluffing.)
question," the study mission report comments, that if this
had Been brought to the attention of Congress during consii
the foreign aid bill, action could have been taken to warn a
consummation of this deal."
The irate Congressmen! also indicale in H. Res. 91 that the
Geneva conference in October could have been postponed*
the Egypt-Soviet arms arrangement, thereby alerting the
Moscow's hypocrisy and insincerity. Unequivocally sl,ujj,
nation (Israel) is surrounded by hostile neighbors "
by individuals and small groups are of almost daily 0urrcl!!J:
hostile military forces are mobilized on the borders, Reps,
and Wayne state that one of the greatest reasons for the
of some of Israel's neighbors has a direct relation to mm
income. At an average of $440 per annum. Jewi-li S>,ale <
the highest standard of living in the Near East, are ew
France ($900). third behind Great Britain ($941) and louna
the United States ($2,200).
ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES ARE NOT HEEDED
This socio-economic survey, with the clear conclusion
United States should and will continue to give full suppon w
is a far cry from Mr. Dulles' bigoted, racist interpreuuw
Israel-Arab dilemma expressed at a Feb. 24 Senate hear1"*
Saudi-Arabians have hated the .lews since the time of mobw
Obviously, therefore. Mr. Dulles' foreign policy to tn'"\
own interest and desirenot that of Congress. Despite tne
H. Res. 91 that "the study mission does no! believe that i
the eradication of Israel, but that a sincere effort mu.
improve the living standards of the peoples of ,sra*|shn|hj
State Department time and again operates u
the elected representatives of this nation.
Nor is there any hope to be found higher up-m "
the United States, who should be the true arch
policy. In his State of the Union Message on Jan
spoke in grandiose generalitieswith little reference to ^
ing of the Near East dilemma. Under the subheading
Tactics," the Presideni said: "We must be well Prep^,,tM
current tactics which pose a dangerous though 1***^* maA tf]
as we
freedom are ..... ^
sirable to mankind in the pursuit of happiness tnan
hile i
current tactics which pose a dangerous inougu ~ ^
our policy must be dynamic as well as flexible w cljVti
firm assurance that the fruits of freedom are more
Communism."
This high school wisdom touched no essential issue. ^ ^
profound and purposeful. Discussing the "adval1^ se\T0
since the beginning of 1955, Mr. Eisenhower include ^ ((J
Baghdad Pact as examples of American cunning^ 0rg|BB
mams little more than a phraseSoutheast Asia '"/I^ttf
while the latter, Washington refuses to join *clU*e|*2kd tW
The Baghdad Pact, incidentally, is the w;" Aeteiicti\
dismissal of Glubb Pasha and the desecration of tne
Transjordan. Whet advances is he talking about.


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tings With Elections Featured
:. qu (|i(> I nrospntpH hv a film mIIoJ im.
h/the' Honru-tta Szold
[%* when they meet
% hotel Monday after-
L,rrankelh^lH-en nom-
aer second term aa pre*
fobtr nominee are Mn
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on the I presented by a film called "T
Szold I Save a Life." Meeting place
the Italian American club.

Herzl group of Hadassah will
hold its regular meeting Monday at
the Sorrento hotel. Election of of-
ficers will take place.
Program will consist of a forum
with Thomas De Wolff, affiliated
Louis Shaf-
kevir Mr- Miriam
Ottihe R<'X'"t,(,rS- vice, with the Florida Citizens for Eisen-
\ Mrs Harrv B. Rogers, hower campaign, and Richard
Fink, member of the executive
committee for the Stevenson cam-
paign.
rcretarv: Mrs. Frances
Lresponding secretary,
im- Derkv. financial sec-
irvRita Wrubel, financial
.forduev Mr- Nellie C.
L] secretary: Misi Kliza-
rtkr. treasurer: Mrs. Har-
Jitk, parliamentarian.
jiy noon. Torah group's
jya'h committee is plan-
I serving luncheon to the
membership. Meaning and
Uf Youth Aliyah will be

Sociable afternoon will follow a
brief business meeting of Menorah
group of Hadassah Monday at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center.

Mt. Scopus group of Hadassah
will meet at the Colony restaurant
Monday.
Program will have a special pres-
entation entitled "A Salute to the
Presidents." Guest speaker will be
M*s. Dorothy Krieger Fink.
Mrs. Harold Cohen is soloist.
Mrs. A. A. Pekelner is pianist

Naomi group of Hadassah will
have their regular monthly meet-
ing Monday evening at the Colony-
restaurant. Reservations will be
taken for the installation and din-
ner dance. Entertainment will be
music and dancing by the Young
Judaean dancers.

Shaloma group will hold a regu-
lar meeting on Monday noon, Apr.
9. at Hibiscus lodge. Hadassah sup-
plies chairmen Mrs. Jean Sierman
and Mrs. Rose Bobowick will spon-
jsor an auction sale with proceeds
going to Hadassah supplies pro-
ject.
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Address on Nutrition
Beth Emeth Sisterhood will meet
Wednesday at the Center, 12201
NW 7th ave., to hear guest speak-
er Dr. Morris Schwarzberg in an
address on nutrition.
r Cohen, pioneer Mia-
nd a founder of the
[Home for the Aged, will
at a testimonial
i in the Eden Roc hotel
1. Apr. 12, sponsored
[Greater Miami Women's
' of the Home.
few, Elections
fe Up Meeting
T*ph R Narot will review
is Many Women," by
taschman Beraays, at a
Id Sisterhood of Temple
May afternoon in the
iitoriun:
'of the meeting will be
| officers and hoard mem-
^ slate will be submitted
laminating committee.
** of the committee are
* S. Bulbm. chairman.
' Btnehfield, Mrs, Solo-
Mr>. Leo Nabe, Mrs.
. *'Mrs Hrold Thurman
F Jle- Werner.
JWV Auxiliary Has
New Officer Slate
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
174 of JWV will meet Wednesday
evening at 1947 W. Flagler st. with
the new slate of officers presiding.
President is Miss Ruth Roscn-
thal. Others include Mrs. Samuel
Sandier, senior vice president; Mrs.
Sydney Bergman, junior vice presi-
dent; Mrs. William Ackerman,
treasurer; Miss Dorothy Lindner.
recording secretary.
Mrs. S. Rosenberg, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. David Reigrod,
conductress; Mrs. Aaron Rosen-
berg, chaplain; Miss Edith Fein-
gold, patriotic instructress; Mrs.
Anna Kaplan, historian; Miss
Frieda Feingold; guard: and Mrs
Hy Morris and Mrs. Edward Le-
vine, trustees.
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Miss Bess Spanner, field repre-
sentative of national office of
Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tions, has arrived in Miami to
hold seminars in connection
with work of Pioneer Women
and Moetzet Hapoalot, counter-
part of Pioneer Women in Is-
rael. Miss Spanner recently re-
turned from three years in
Israel.
Flagler Women
Hold Social Affairs
One of the top social occasions
for the Women's Group of Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter, will take place on Tuesdav af-
ternoon, Apr. 10, at the Top of the
Columbus hotel.
Approximately 200 members will
attend a delightful luncheon and
fashion show. Mrs. Martin Hirsch,
chairman, and Mrs. Herb Green is
co-chairman.
Charm School of Modeling will
show dresses and beach wear of
! Casual-Aire of Miracle Mile. Mrs. i
Edith Applebaum will be commen- j
jtator and coordinator of the fash-
' ion show.
Sunday evening, Apr. 8, there |
will be a reunion of members of
the Latin American dance club.
Mrs. Jess Freed is adult activities
chairman.
Mrs. Farr Garners
Top Honor at Meet
New honors have been brought
home to Miami Section's Council
of Jewish Women this month by
the attending delegates at the
Southern interstate regional con-
vention held in Louisville. Ky. '
Mrs. Aaron Farr was chosen
president-elect of the Southern re-
gion for the coming year, 1957,
with official installation to be held
in Washington. D.C., next March.
Mrs. Farr is well known here for
her active leadership. She has
served as a past president of
Council of Jewish Women, presi-
dent of Conference of Jewish
Women, president of Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom and is at
present serving on the national
board of Council for a two-year
period.
DPhiE Alumnae To Elect
Greater Miami Alumnae Assn. of
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority will
meet Monday evening at the home
of Mrs. Arthur Jackowitz, 1540
Miller r.l., Coral Gables. Accord-
ing to Mrs. Nathan Zwitman, 5565
SW 2nd st., the DPhiE group will
hold election of officers.

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Combined Appeal Surges Ahead With
New Announced Total of $1,332,075
Combined Jewish Appeal surged ahead Wednesday to a new cam-
paign total of $1,332, 075 in a strong effort to reach the goal within
the next four weeks.
According to chairman Sam J. Heiman. results are now beginning
to pour in from outlying area campaigns. He attributed the marked
increases to the turn of events in Israel and the growing awareness
DJ the Jewish community that the
nation faces a historic crisis.
Oi this new total, approximately
S221.000 has been raised for the
United Jewish Appeal survival
fund aa part of Miami's responsi-
bility in helping Israel finance the
cost "i transporting 45.000 Moroc-
can Jews to Israel and settling
these newcomers On the kind
About 80 percent of the total
lit in the regular campaign is
mittee assisting in the organization
of the Treasure Island campaign
include Bernard Kornblum. Her-
bert Heiman. Max I.ip-ky. Mr and
Mrs. Robert L. Jackson. Mrs. Sadie
Kriegel. Mr. and Mrs Leonard
(Jrecnhood and Mrs. William Ko-
Mii-ky.
Community rally will spark the
drive in the North Miami Beach
i. According to chairman Hy
n, according t<> Hgiman, and \,,vm.,ini the event is sel for Sun-
50 percent oi the emergencj ('Llv ,.w.nmL.. ..\;>r. 15, in Monticello
Park Jewish Center.
fund quota ha- been collected to
Heiman commended the re
shown by the Women's Divi-
sion in their cleanup camp.
This group is now within u percent
Close behind is the Build-
and Investments Division
i -n achieved over 90
ii. rcent of their assigned quota.
Meanwhile, campaigning moved <"'
i quickly in various part- oi
Dade county. The huge Miami
drive, launched two weeks BgO at I
a record-breaking workers' rally in
Beth David Congregation, was t<>
meet Thursday at the home oi Mr
and Mr-. Harry Cordon The
gri up established a target date ol
Apr. 20approximate^ two weeks
in which to finish the job of cov-
i: in the Miami area.
In Homestead, the campaign
forward under the direction
oi I'aul Losner at a big meeting
sit for Sunday. Apr. 8, in the
Homestead Jewish ("enter.
Saturday evenin {., at the honv
Mr, and Mrs Paul Press, 1650 S.
ure dr., workers will meet at
a patio party to plan participation
in the campaign in this commu-
nity.
chairman of the Treasure Island
paign is Mayor clement J. Etar-
lnh. who has announced that Mr
and Mrs. Harold Lcwen will head
the arrangements committee. Com-
Trail Lodge in Affair
Knights of Pythias. Trail lodge
180. and Women's Trail lodge will
bold a "seashore shennanigan"
Apr. 7 at Miami 1'ioneer club. 250
NW North River dr. Lawrence A.
. i- chairman, Mrs Beck is co-
chairman.
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Koch Commander
North Shore Post
Jewish War Veterans. North
Shore PoM. will install Milton Koch
ceremonies Sunday
evening in North Shore Jewish
Center.
Others to be installed are Milton
Ehrenreich, senior vice command-
er; Sidney Kahn, junior vice com-
mander: Herbert Grapes, adjutant
Henry Lcvino. quartermaster: Dr.
Theodore Ar\ in. chaplain: Henry
Kamp. judge advocate: William
Newman, service officer; Arthur
Einleger, officer of the da\: Or
Mile Schwartz, sergesnt-et-arms;
David Seid, director of publicity.
Trustees are Irving Birnberg.
three years; Isidore Karp. two
years; and Joseph Goodman, one
year.
.bunt ceremony will also include
the Installation of the North Shore
Auxiliarj officers are:
The Mesdames Max LeVine.
president; Philip Miller, Senior
vice president: Kugene Schwartz,
Junior vice president; Sidney
Kahn. treasurer; Paul Drucker.
Recording secretary; l>eonard Mil-
ler, corresponding secretary; Lou-
is Berman, chaplain: Jack Pritt,
conductress; Joseph Goodman, his-
torian and publicity: Milton Ehren-
reich. patriotic instructress; and
Abe Tunick, Frank Phillips, Har-
old Mann, trustees
Installing officers are the Mes-
dames Sidney Home, regional vice
president, and Rubin Levine, state
president.
Record attendance of 3.200 persons overflow
Miami Beach auditorium to hear talks by
Israeli Gen. Yigal Allon and attorney Louis
Nizer at the Combined Jewish Appeal "Citi-
zens Assembly for Israel." Meeting
ed largest crowd in history of local
drive.
3,200 Hear Israeli General Say Egypt's Enemy Imagined
"Egypt is seeking an imaginary
enemy in order to unite Ann na-
tions under its present corrupt re-
gime and to divert the attention
of its own illiterate, suppressed
people." said Brig. Gen. Yigal Al-
lon. addressing an overflow crowd
of 3.200 persons ;it the Miami
Beach auditorium.
The young Israeli military lead-
er was principal speaker Thursday
at a "Citizens Assembly for Israel"'
sponsored by the Combined Jewish
Appeal and Jewish leaders in view
of the mounting crisis in the Mid-
dle East
Egypt further considers herself
in a state of war. he said, and has
publicly proclaimed the fact on
several occasions.
"Israel seeks only equality of
treatmentnothing else." said the
brigadier general, who is also a
member of the Knesset. Israel's
parliament. "Israel seeks equality
not in numbers of arms, but in the
quality of arms," he said.
General Allon gave the following
reasons why Egypt is preparing
for a "second round of war" based
on revenge for their initial defeat
in 1948: 1) The diplomatic ban by
! which Egypt refuses to recognize
1 Israel's right to exist as a state;
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Fifth lecture in the adult cduca-
Eorum series of Temple Sinai
Will be delivered In s. m ,ur B
Liebman, attorney and president
(ii the Southeast region of the Zi-
onist Organization of America, on
Monday. Apr. 9.
"Zionism Re-analysed and Re-
evaluated" will he theme of Lieb-
man's lecture. He will discuss the
revolutionary changes which have
taken place in the Zionist move-
ment since establishment of the
Jewish State in 1948.
Liehman it> a member of Florida
and New York Bar Associations
He is listed in "Who'l Who in
World Jewry" and "Who's Who in
the East." He is presently director
and general counsel for the Bank
1 of Miami Beach and secretary of
the Miami Beach Taxpayers Aasfl
Liebman is presently a member
Of the board of governors of the
,, Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
a member of the executive commit-
tee of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and a vice chairman of the
South Florida chapter of American
.Jewish Historical Society.
Mrs Jesse Martin is chairman of
adult education forums, and Mrs
Harry Rich is social chairman. In
the absence of Rabbi David Sha-
piro, Harry Kaplan, past president
;of Temple Sinai, will introduce the
guest lecturer.
Sol Rappaport has been elected
president of Coral Gables chapter.
B'nai B'rith.
Other officers elected at a meet-
ing at Ilillel House this week on
the University Of Miami campus
were Hy Friedman, first vice presi-
dent: Moe Peingold, second vice
president; Ralph Bargteil, third
president; Bam Mielx rg, re-
cording secretary. Arthur Simon.
I financial secretary; Pop Seidler,
corresponding secretary; Art Win-
kleman, treasurer; Philip Yagman.
len i Serkin, guardian; and
Sidney Efronson, monitor and out-
going presid<
Board of directors includes Sol
Sanders. Jack Fishman. Allen Kor-
enblum. Art Paddor. Norman Pal-
lot. Cy Mishkin. Jerry Kimmcl.
Jack Stemstein, Seymour Pivar.
Albert Green. Manuel Barkin. Sol
Van Zamft, Max Epstein and Bill
Heililer
TSiird Seder Fete
Scheduled Here
2) Egypt's economic boycotti
Israel: 3) Egypt's setting
naval blockade in the straits<
Red Sea and the Suez
4) the steady border attacks]
guerilla warfare.
Egypt's Premier Nasse:
war, but Israel is optin
has always been ready
ate for a non-aggression
tween the two nations, the i
declared. According to Gen. J
he once told Nasser: "Social 1
wardness is Egypt's greatest!
and not Israel."
Also featured as one of the!
cipal speakers was Louis
New York attorney, who
conferred with leaders of thel
government.
"If Israel's existence is tin
ed. then the fate of all
tions is in jeopardy, Nizer I
' enthusiastic audience.
I in danger of becoming i
Czechoslovakia which was
errun i ive nations I
nite World War II. Now I
ed.
Kctz Held Over
At Club Chalet
Mickey KM/, singing star
Yiddish-styled English son--, i-
continuing his successful run at
the Lucerne hotel.
Katz was held over in his earlier
engagement at the Lucerne Frank
Schneider, managing director of
the Club Chalet, said that he hopes
that Mickey Katz will repeat his
earlier performance in which he
outdrew other big names on the
Beach that week.
Members of Workmen's Circle
Hi inch tU will celebrate with a
third seder Sunday evening at the
um, 2."> Washington ave.
\iiied program consistinf of the
Story and songs of Passover will
be presented by pupils of the Y. L.
Perots school.
The third seder will be conduct-
ied by Joseph Duntov and Peretz
I school faculty member David B
of -). Women's club will prepare the
holiday meal.
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David Congregation to Install Rabbi Rosenberq Aor 29
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Rabbi Ro.,,,..,., ,, rf|aj
the Jewish Theological
of America.
Seminary
Installation service for Rabbi
Yaakov Q, Rosenberg, spiritual
leader of Beth David Congregation,
has been set for Sunday. Apr. 2!)!
Herbert E. Seher, president, re-
vealed this week.
The service will open with
Maariv starting at 4:30 p.m., in the
synagogue, to be followed by a din-
ner dance at Waldman's Crown ho-
tel. Mrs. Harry Gordon has been
selected dinner chairman.
"The installation service pro-
vides the membership of Beth Da-
vid and the
Greater
......?* ."ii.-oiwh on Jewish ifn nnH
.an opportunity to pay tribute to as vice president of the Jew n
i Rabh. Rosenberg for his outstand- National Fund Council and chair
i.ng achievement since he assumed man of .he Council o! American
the post of spiritual leader at Beth I Jewish Congress. He is a member
Dav.d," Scher said Wednesday. of the National SJUSSS
Rabbi Rosenberg is a graduate of 'Committee of Congress, u well as
Baltimore Hebrew College anda member of the National Youth
Teacher's Training School and was! Commission of the United Syna-
gogue of America.
From September. 1948, to June,
W, he served U assistant rabbi
nli i, T Tcmple in Pbiladel-
pnia He then accepted the pulpit
of Temple Beth Zion in I'hiladel-
Phia. where he had been associated
lor more than six years.
Rabbi Rosenberg lenred as vice
president Of the Philadelphia board
"J rabbis, as well as vice president
he lealership of the^^ne!, T^SZ TZ
Miami Jewish Community Commission on .1 w "fc '^
opportunity to pay tribute to as vice
fttHtlf UUANOff
j awarded the AB degree from John
| Hopkins University. In June. 1349,
iff is Rcelected Chairman of
rida AM. Advisory Board Here
J. Talianoff. Miami
jjomey and member of the
pit Commission, was re-
fcairman of the advisory
Florida regional of-
HDffamaiinn League, at
ition luncheon last week
ers hotel.
! of the meeting was the
o pf the annual I-conard
tard for outstanding hu-
work in the State of tjve
j Hon H Lee Powell,
Miami Beach, by Abe
eth School Board
for Pupils
l school Ixiaro will
day to further plans for
j attend the inter-city
of the anniversary' of
I of Israel at Beth David
lion Apr. 15.
| board members are Mrs.
ds, chairman, Mrs. Ro-
ek, Mrs Robert Breit-
Leonard Cantor, Mrs.
and Mrs. Stanley
fr
on, 1401 NE 159th St..
"appointed chairman
toed Jewish Appeal
10 the North Miami
* Pacesetters meet-
'educational rally will
F Monticello Park Jew-
* in connection with
"^ices Friday, Aj>r.
Aronovitz, former Mayor of the
City of Miami.
Henry Edward Schultz, national
chairman of the Anti-Defamation
League, was guest speaker.
Elected to serve with Talianoff
were Leonard L. Abess. honorary
chairman: Sam A. Goldstein and
Benjamin Meyers, vice chairmen:
Milton A. Friedman, treasurer; and
Paul Seiderman, chairman, execu-
committee. Appointed to the
executive committee were Abe
Aronovitz, Mrs. Mollie Glazer,
George Kronengold. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. E. Albert Pallot, Dave
Rayvis, Burnett Roth. Judge Sam
Silver, Mrs. Flora Supworth and
Sanford M. Swerdlin.
Newly elected advisory board
members are Harold Abbott. James
Albert, R. W. Apte, Jack Arvey,
Mrs. Pauline Berman. Frank Biel.
Herman Binder, Max Cohen, Ed
Cutler, Mrs. Carol Cynamon. Irving
Cypen, Paul Epstein, Ben Eaaen,
Jack Fink. Judge Charles Gertler,
Charles Goldstein, Mrs. Eleanor
Greenberg, Jerome Green. Mrs.
Jennie Grossineer. Samuel J. Hal-
perin. Isadore Hecht. Mrs. Rosalind
Hill. Mrs. Beebe Hineser. Rabbi B
Leon Hurwitz. Jack Kapchan. A. J.
Kaplan, Jack Kirschhaum. Walter
Kovner. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Ifn
Hilda Lararus. Sidney I.efcourt.
Lewis L. Loeb, Hank Meyer, Ger-
shoh Miller.
Morry B. Morris, Judge Tiavmond
Nathan. William Pallot, Julius Jay
Perlmutter, David Pollack. Sam
Proctor, Harold Rand. Rabbi Mar-
ins Hanson. Joseph Rayvis. Mrs.
Fanny Reich, J*onard Rivkind.
Mrs. Jane Robinson, Simon RuMn.
David Sachs, John Serbin, Sam W.
Shapiro. Fred Shochet. Charles
Silvers. Tobias Simon. Mrs. Rosa
lind Soltz. Michael Sossin. Harold
Spaet. Mrs Bather Spiegelman.,
Leo Steinman, Leonard Wien. Da-
vid Wolper and Harry Zukcrnick.
"Since assuming his post at Beth
David last July," 8cher said," Rabbi
Rosenberg has made an important
impact on the membership of Beth
*4BB YAAKOV ROSENBERG
Judcean Dancers
To Appear on UN
Program Here
Dance group of the Young Ju-
Darid, H well u Greater Miami'i (l'l(,; form on Saturday. Apr. 7, at the
Dade county auditorium in honor
of United Nations Day.
The Judaeans will represent the
State of Israel, among other coun-
tries to be represented.
According to Stanley Saal. field
worker for the dance group, theme
Jewish community. He revitalized
and reorganized the youth move-
nent at Beth David, as well as
establishing the Institute on Adult
Jewish Studies."
He is an active leader in the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and in the Combined Jewish Ap-j01 tm? presentation will be a can-
peal ca
selected
versity of Miami's "Religious Em-
phasis Week" observance. He has
mpaign. He was recently itanta' "What is Israe1-" interpreted
i *... .u ., Dv Israeli folk dances,
to participate in the Uni- ,
In dance group are Marilyn Del-
son, Harriet Solloway. Shiela Kra-
vitz, Shirley Rachin, Karen Zoria,
been selected religious leader for'Dena Serotta, Irwin Serotta, Hedy
the Southeast Sub-region of the [Black, Judy Gross and Herman
United Synagogue of America. I Shapiro.
Beecham's Pills?
Piano Won Out;
Rest is History
Sir Thomas Beecham will be
guest conductor of the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra
Apr. 15 and 16.
Sir Thomas will perform an all
Mozart-Sibelius program.
He was born Apr. 27. 1879. in
the big family home of Huyton,
between St. Helens and Liverpool.
His father, Joseph Beecham, who
had entered the famous family
Beecham's Pills business and pros-
pered in it, gave his son an educa-
tion characteristic of the moneyed
class. Sir Thomas went to the Lan-
cashier public school (an exclusive
private school) of Rossall, then
studied classics and history at
Wedham College, Oxford.
Sir Thomas at first was destined
for the family business, but his
musical gifts revealed themselves
when he was six. after he had at-
tended his first concert. That night
he lay awake in bed, possessed by
recollections of the music. Finally
he got out of bed, marched into
the living room, and amazed the
adults by asking, "Please may I
learn the piano?"
The next day, the local organist;
"the Don Basilio of our establish-
ment." as Beecham's autobiogra-
phy, "A Mingled Chime," describes
him, was called to examine the
phenomenon. Don Basilio diagnos-
ed him as "suffering from a long
suppression of artistic instinct"*
and prescribed instant relief.
This relief he was amply accord-
ed. The rest has been musical his-
Itory.
Judaen Group of Tifereth
Israel Elects Diane Herson
Diane Joy Herson has been elect-
ed president of the recently form-
ed Shalom Young Judaeans at Tif-
ereth Israel Northside Center.
Other officers named are Yvonne
Tobras, vice president; Joan Mel-
nick, corresponding secretary:
Rhoda Grant, recording secretary;
and Rona Roth, treasurer.
Group leader is Miss Sandra
Langer. ___
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Stevenson Breaks Reserve With Hot **!*
Continued from Pag 1 A
and to llM Arab leaders as well-
that Insistence on the I'N 1947
boundaries m now entirely un-
former Illinois governor in the rtUforni. leader include the fol-
matter of Israel-Arab tendon-. Mr. .lowing: ..... ar
the probable v.ct.m. be at a d.sad- stPVcnson had time and again m- O-It is iggeste
vantage when H was imposed. dicated ,nat ne -tried desperateh ton HMtJIn order WTO ^^
It is now apparent that our to maintain some degree of respon ^^ ^ states, ,,r;i,., should
Government has no firm policy in Ability m this stubbOTB^J a(|o(| am, cven pressured
the Middle East The Eisenhower cull problem whatever the person- b, petwm ^ ^ (<>
Administration has not unequiv- al eost in oiiSundeTstand n m-J, L/Trabs Do you support that
U .vaflume,! the Three Tower be." He had also repeatedly sated the Arabs, i* > fh-
Declaration ol 19M with Britain'that "I must continue in that direr- \u publicly
and Franco The Eisenhower Ad tJon as best I can if I am ever to to A-
ministration has not made it clear effective in what really counts,
that the State ol Israel is here to which is settlements not declama-
stay and that we will not allow K tiOM." Tlirtie" and no one could re
erased The Elsenhower Ad- From unimpeachable sources, til*kv an no ^
-ration has not made ., clear The Jewish ""^.Jffgjg ,'0 w the tad that II was
that we will BOl tolerate the use of learned that the Presidents hope n in i.u. I
force by Israel or the Arab, in v.o- ful had answered a series of que the*rah. ^ ^ fr "
0f the United Nations Chart- tions on the Israel-Arab ^^'gE^ajK^b
the Armi^e Agreement." posed by CIBOmH leldtt and h mm d.ale e
Mr. Stevenson declared that the thai 0. -g-J \* ^^ E arms be-
Administration has also -'done lit-,"" MSB tor air. Arabs)"
tle to strengthen the authority Of SSSSLSffta^Si^ K A-.'rael should be in a position
the United Na lion Armistice ; *^**~** ?, to protect itself from the offensive
H, The Kisenhower Adminis- "aJj"^ "g' ,, tne weap tralion has failed to dev.se moss- r|sM(in bv rarlv Mmh.and delivered to Egypt ... I don t say
to prevent the border clashes N bm.s. ion b. n. ^ |fc|^ ^^^
ower Adm.n.stra ion has en- "J^JJJ n,K.lv Mr steven- but it is certainly one thing to do
couraged military alliances an d U uWoSnita leaders.!-and with a minimum of public
Arab re-armament in disregard of -o"' Id ^^ ^ damor
tension and J^lJ^GhllS was President K.senhow O-Do you agree that to pre-
opening the area to Communist row nan ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ stabllll>,
penetration. take ^ ^ m ^.i,.,,,,,,, ,ho declared policy of the U.S. to
He said that ever since Secre p m ,hl, v,.ir KlM prevent a change by force of the
tarv Dulles -presented General present frontiers and armistice
nib of Egypt with a revolver In addition. Mr. Stevenson stress- ]n^ hmld ^ expressed in con.
three years ago, the situation has ed the necessity of making it em- ^^ form?
r. ostantiy deteriorated and now phatically clear, by this govern A_Yes ^^ several months
,a. with an eye on the oil of ment alone if necessary, and w^ flnd repoatpdlv since, that the
the Middle East, it cynically fish- I concert with others and the Inited > t'nited States should join with
.n these troubled waters and Nations if possible that the State France and Britain, if possible
wai !, of Nrael is a fact of international the Tripartite Powersin a new
The anticipated break here fol- life that should not. cannot and positive affirmation of our inten-
lows on the heels ol I long, self- will not be eras,,! tiOM with respect to aggression
sed sileno i ll the part ol the Some of the questions posed b\ and change by force.______________
U.S. Arms Policy Remains Unchanged as French Deal Denied
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Judge Milton A. Friedman is shown signing his pledqe tJ
. planting of a grove oi 1.000 trees in the B'nai B'rithJfe^
Forest in Israel in honor of former Mayor of Miami Abe
vitz. Looking on are (left to right) Leo Steinman. cha
Mayor Abe Aronovitz Grove, and the former mayor
B'NAI B'RITH MARTYRS' FOREST
Grove of Trees Honors Former Mayor|
The planting of a grove of 1.000 trees in the B'nai B'rith 1
Forest in Israel in honor of former Miami Mayor Abe Aroa
announced Wednesday by Leo Steinman, chairman of the eon
; honor Mr. Aronovitz.
Dedication of the grove to Aronovitz will serve as a met
I the outstanding services he rendered as Mayor of Miami and as i
> standing community worker," Steinman said.
A bronze plaque will be erected in Israel, and a scroll *igf
names of the persons dedicating tree* will be presented to the I
mayor.
Continued fro;.i P*9 I A One official, refusing to he quot-
: it would be "cruelly nut-
earlier this month thai II |,.il(lm,- ,,, lea,, M.;iei to believe
; nor disapproved lh;i, ,h(, s. ,, Department has K1V.
decision I reach |en (-.m.u,,, Britain, France or any
? '" '-'"1 other country the idea that the
Th.- view was reiterated with new ,mU,(1 S(it(lv wmU ;irm^ M)ld to
Nrael. The fact that (ol Katnel
Salmon, chief Israel military at-
tache in Washington, accompanied [
I-rael Ambassador Abba Eban
that an
Israel s.ulement lies in
ana other th.nn an amis race."
i In Jerusalem. Israeli military
irttu 5 cal illy denied re-
Ct rig an] French jet planes. The
di il was i-Mied in connection
wi reports abroad that France
s\ ted the delivery last week of
wh-n the latter called last Friday i
on George V. Allen. Assistant Sec-
retary of State for Near Eastern
Affairs, gave rise to a belief that
the arms question was discussed
in detail, although the Amba
12 Pjnea dor did not divulge the specific
to I-rae! with the consent ol the
: nmer.t. and
rough Home bo Parts, the
"Not a sh
jet plane ha~ letl French could make when asked whether
"O for Israel.'*) the IS recognized in principle
nature of matter- discussed.
Statp Department press v|M,V,.,
man Lincoln White said that he
"did not know'' what comment he
Israel's need for arms 'I know
nothing about that." he stated. But
he added that he thought the po-
sition of the l.S. with respect to
Israel has been spelled out in Sec-!
rotary Dulles' press conferences
and in Mr. Dulles' letters to Con-
gressmen. Secretary Dulles in-
formed Congressmen who urged |
arms for Israel that the State De-
partment does not think arms for
Israel is the best way to bring
peace to the Middle East, indicat-
ing a preference for Inited Na-
tions and tripartite peace moves
Asked if active discussion had
been resumed on Israels arms re-
quest between the State Depart
ment and the Defense Department.
Mr White said he did not know,
but that constant consultations are
always under way between the De-
B Department and the State
it ment
Reveal New Blueprint for Arab Attack to Knock Out Israel
Continued from Pag* 1 A
1 I -
whole war is to be over before any of the
Powers hat made up its mind to intervene Once
niaad resistance adexcept for isolated
str ngpoints the Arab occupation armies ar.
enter the scene. They will establish martial law in
all Israeli communities and supervise the evacua-
ol the lurvivors German experts are slated to
help the Arab milit. eminent in that task
v.hnh. as the blueprint says, is to be pattern-
the evi nation of the Sudeten Germans by the
Czechs and ol the Oder-NeiaM Germans bv the
The guiding idea is that all Jewish homes must
be distributed among Palestine Arab r while
the Israeli population is to be put into camps
1-ra- li military camps are to be transformed into
POW compounds for Jewish soldier- The gOVOin-
mert camps for newcomers from Europe and Africa
many of which had been closed, are to be reopened
for civilians Other parts of the population are to
be shipped to Jordan refugee camps to take the'
place of the Palestinian Arabs
According to the Syrian scheme, this will be a'
Provt rraneement. pending an international
merit of the question. Native-bom Israelis will
be ultimately allowed m the country under
lin conditions Jew, born in other Arab terri-
tories will l>e permitted to return there "in the
humanitarian spirit of the Moslem religion They
will not be given their pnpert> back, of course but
will be put into camps until -uch time as they can
be re-fitted into the country's economic proce
I -ion" emphasizes that this i- the gist of the
Syrian master plan now under study in Allied
intelligence quarters. The scheme is considered
the product of the more extremist officers' circles
in the Syrian army. Nothing indicates that it has
been officially endorsed bj I er of I
Nor does it seem to contain a correct evaluation of
Israels defense capacities." the article sa>-
Israel Bond Committee Maps Campaign
Continued from Pag* 1 A
mediate aid she so urgently
neecs." the chairman who paced
this community to record bond
salts in 1955 asserted.
Setting the pace for the month-
lon^ celebration of the eighth an-
niversary of Israel's Independence
will be the annual meeting of the
Trustees of Israel. A luncheon ses-
sion on Apr 26 will be held, with
Sher acting as chairman.
Trustees are individuals who
purchase a minimum of $10,000 in
Israel Bonds during 1956 "I am
confident that not only will all of
'our 1954 and 1955 Trustees re-
enroll, but also that we will add to
the roll of honor many new per-
sons who are convinced as I am
that only a miximum purchase of
Israel Bonds this year can help the
state continue its historic march
towu. ur.tv
Sher also announced a communi-
ty wide rally of Labor Zionist or-
ganizations m behalf of the bond
drive which will be held May 3 at
,the Miami Beach 10th st. Ocean
front auditorium Members of the
iFarband. Pioneer Women and all
other Labor Zionist organizations
will participate in the largest La-
bor Zionist rally for Israel ever
scheduled in Greater Miami
1st and 2nd Rotes
MIAMI BEACH iWjfl
MECTWSaw
CIIATEI MIAMI? MOft
CONVlHti "<*"* "*


r. April 6
1956
^jrd Donated to Sinai Effort
Calls Attention to Development Fund
^J^lsijhridiafj
Page 9 A
;:
(billboard was donated (his
hv the Outdoor Advertising
of Greater Miami to Mount
Hospital as a public service
tjdvertisine association.
' tation ;'* ,nade bv E B
^Jr president of the Elliott
fciiins Co.. and accepted by
|j Raskin, chairman of the
Hi's Development Fund and
Ntal trustee,
-.present for the ceremony
lEugene A Hancock, superin-
%of construction for the
firm, and Samuel Gertner.
jive director of Mount Sinai.
special vote by the Miami
\.fjty Council was necessary
jt erection of the tempora-
Llav. which is <>n view at the
$ corner of the present
1 pounds at 4300 Alton rd.
[of the practical donation in
Jof material, time and labor
[it $2,000.
Itnoution i- part of the $4.-
I campaign to erect a new
in our entire country."
ui^SE. e*pres,scd appreciation
that th,s dream can appeal so
deeply to the businessman" and
said there could be no doubt that
the new hospital would be an im-
portant asset to Greater Miami and
southern Florida."
"It is fitting," he added, "that
the work for the new hospital takes
Place in Miami Beach- -a city
which itself is a dream come true
a city which was at one time jun-
gle, swamp and bay water "
Ruskin urged "every friend of
the hospital to give to the Develop-
ment Fund, and to give generous-
ly. He noted that the donation
would "not be just for one month
or even one year, but for many
years to come."
Mount Sinai has been setting
precedents for unusual business-
men's contributions. Bavshorc Fx-
change club is sponsoring a re-
search fellowship in cardiovascular
pathology. Rotary club of Miami
.....'-------- ,.. ... i :, .' -------------* sm., ui .ui.iiiii
fern Mount Sinai Hospital, Beach is equipping a new dental
jsj bland. In presenting the | clinic. E. B. Elliott Co., in addi-
jEllii'tt explained he "had tion, has donated the outside office
(ought in the dream of the,sign for the Development FtirM
I greater Mount Sinai Hos- headquarters located at Arthur
Ivhich is to be one of the Godfrey and Alton rds., two blocks
land most modern hospitals south of the present hospital.
lins Calls for
Heads in
rogation Issue
LeRoy Collins has made
|hi- stand on the issue of
men. Speaking to his cam-
[ supporters m a rally last
t Biyfront Park auditorium,
tllins opened his Dade coun-
by saying he favored
Uion but appealed to the
"not to let segregation
[the State development as an
in favor of retaining the
and traditions of the
| but I urge the people of
mot to let politicians make
capital out of segrega-
te have." he said, "thus
I the furor and hysteria
(the same time have effect-
psported our traditions. The
on will not be
by emotional tirades and
tion-. It must be dealt with
P" '' reason and mutual
i .sen-.
I Uk tl the Hayfront Park
m, Collins said he wanted
* hiny for the State of
Florida that parents would want
for their children. I want the state
to be clean, wholesome, healthy
and respected." He pointed out
that during his 14 months as Gov-
ernor of Florida, the administra-
tion "had succeeded in saving mil-
i lions of taxpayers' dollars by using
the rule of economy in the build-
ing of highways and had succeeded
in its campaign to bring more in-
dustry to the state."
Gov. Collins pledged that if re-
elected, "Florida could count on a
continuation of the efficient, eco-
nomical and progressive govern-
ment which our state has enjoyed
for the past 14 months. He luged
voters "not to return to a spoils
MB and to the days of greed
jand favoritism which once existed
Our record of a partial term is
sound and progressive. Much of
the progress we have made so far
is a foundation for further prog-
ress "
Mallory Horton, Collins' Dade
county campaign manager, an-
nounced that county headquarters
'have been established at 109 SE
1 3rd ave.
ATE* Mi A
E. B. Elliott, Jr., president of the E. B. Elliott
Advertising Co.. seems to be pointing out
as the Outdoor Advertising Assn. of Greater
Miami donates a S2.000 billboard to the
Mt. Sinai hospital development fund. Side-
walk supervisors are (left to right) Eugene A
*
Judge Nathan
Seeks Court Seat
Judge Raymond G. Nathan this
week fired the opening gun in his
campaign for election to the Cir-
cuit Court, Group 1, by pledging
"the same kind of hard work on
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Hancock, superintendent of construction for
the Elliott company; Samuel Gertner, execu-
tive director of Mt. Sinai; and Dan B. Ruskin,
chairman of the development fund. Mt.
Sinai is raising $4,000,000 to build a new
hospital.
lance, vigor and just plain hard ami law school. He is now presi
work. I'm ready for that job
through my 15 years as an attorney
in Miami and the recent years on
the bench, hearing the problems
of folks in all walks of life."
Judge Nathan has been a local
resident since he was three years
old, attended local schools and
graduated from Miami Edison. He
worked his way through University
of Florida and University of Mi-
dent of the law school alumni as-
sociation.
The candidate's supporters say
the judge has worked hard for
civic betterment, aided the Variety
Children's hospital, worked on Jay-
cee civic improvement campaigns.
He is a member of Elks, Masons,
Kiwanis, Moose, American Legion,
Knights of Pythias, B'nai B'rith, as
well as Jaycees and senior Cham-
ber of Commerce.
JUDGE RAYMOND NATHAN
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the circuit bench that earned me
the reputation of the hardest work-
'ing judge in Dade county during
my term on the small claims court
bench."
Speaking before area leaders at
his Ainsley bldg. headquarters.
Judge Nathan pointed to his record
of having heard more than 22,700
eases in the last three years "as
proof of my hard work for the peo-
ple.
"I'm proud that the voters rec-l
ognized the hard work I have put |
in on the bench," said the judge,
"by returning me to office in 1954
with the highest vote ever accord-
ed any judge in Florida's history.
and with the highest vote of any
candidate for Dade county office.
"And I am proud, too," he con-
tinued, "that the Miami Junior
Chamber of Commerce voted me
the outstanding elected official in
Dade county in 1956. These things
are evidence that the people really
do appreciate a man in office who
works hard and is dedicated to
serve the people."
The judge said he was prepared
'to put forth the same kind of
effort, to work night and day if
necessary, as I have done in my
present office, to take care of all
the problems of the circuit judge-
ship.
"Make no mistake about it," he
told his listeners, "the circuit court
is no place for a man to retire.
It requires alertness, constant vigi-
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Eisenhower May Visit Egypt in August in Quest of Peace
i
Washington
President Eisenhower may visit
Egypt in early August in a dra-
matic attempt to prevent war.
Such a trip would do much to
demonstrate the President's
physical iitne-s in the interim
between Congressional adjourn-
ment and the opening of the Re-
publican National Convention at
San Francisco. Mr. Eisenhower
could go first to the Near East.
then visit elsewhere in Asia, and
return via the Pacific to San
Francisco in time for the conven-
tion.
Speculation on the possibility
of a spectacular Eisenhower
peace mission of this kind ensued
from a meeting of the President
with the Rev. Billy Graham.
Protestant Evangelist. Rev. Gra-
ham urged the President to visit
India. The President told a press
conference the next ilay that he
had wanted to visit India for the
last 20 years. But the President
added that he has so far failed to
figure out how he could accept
one country's invitation without
going to a dozen others.
Following these remarks, per-
sons close to the President said
he was actually more concerned
about Egypt than India. But he
has not b?en officially invited to
Eg} Dt so did not mention that
country. The State Department
is rumored to he at work trying
to engineer an Egyptian in\na-
tion.
White House confidants un-
folded the possibility, if a trip
does materialize, that Mr. F.i-en-
hower might visit Cairo on his
way to India. These sources cited
the Presidents worry over Soviet
penetration of the Near East and
growing Arab hostility against
the United States Hope was rv
pressed that the President, a mili-
tary man, could reach a face b>
face understanding with Egyptian
Premier Nasser, also a soldier.
Would Mr Eisenhower Include
Israel on his Itinerary? He could
personally consult with Israel
Premier David Ben Curion. The
I'nited States has already made
known it would guarantee Israel's
frontiers if Israel surrendered
adequate territory and conces-
sions to satisfy Arab demands
This attitude is not acceptable to
Israel. But if the President should
visit Israel, it would give Israelis
a chance to familiarize him at
first hand with their security
peril.
Israel would welcome an oppor-
tunity to personally acquaint the
President with its viewpoints
particularly because it has not
had a chance to do so since the
Communist Egyptian arms deal
last September. Israel Ambassa-
dor Abba Ehan has not met with
RMXXA GROSSMAX
the" President in Washington,
presumably because the White
House is using the President I
health as an excuse to refuse ap-
pointments to ambassadors.
Mr. Eban saw Mr Eisenhower
on a number of occasions before
Communist munitions began
flowing to Egypt. It is therefore
a-uined Israel would have de-
sired such a meeting in the tense
months rind September when
Israel conducted desperate diplo-
matic efforts to buy U.S. arms.
President Eisenhower recently
indicated preoccupation with the
Arab-Israel issue, fearing war
there might bring a wider catas-
trophe He told a press confer-
ence that he worked late into the
night on the problem. He pursued
a solution at length in his talks
earlier this year with British
Prime Minister Sir Anthony
Eden.
The President has been briefed
on Arab-Isnal developments al-
most daily by State Department
officials. These officials have
urged rejection of the Israel arms
application, maintaining that ap-
proval would drive the Arabs fur-
ther into Moscow's arms. Mr.
Elsenhower has also frequently
seen his pastor, the Rev. Edward
L R. Elson who is a leading of-
ficial of the anti-Zionist "Ameri-
can Friends of the Middle East."
But so far as is known he has not
talked with any champion of the
Israel cause since the new picture
developed in the Near East.
ON THE

YEHUDI MENUHIN.
Robert Magidoff.
Th Story of tht Man and th.
Doubleday. A Company, 1953
319
By HILARY MINDLIN
Significance of Glubb Firing Emerges
Jerusalem
It has been hard to resi-t
writing about the dismissal of Sir
John Bagot Glubb from the com-
mand of Jordan's Arab Legion,
and to refrain from commenting
about this most sensational event.
But in the course of the two or
three weeks that have passed, a
lot has happened to clarify and
amplify the importance of this
episodefirst, for Israel. Jor-
dan's closest neighbor, and, sec-
ond, for the world at large.
Glubb himself, having burst
into print rapidly, in order to
make public his devotion to the
apparently not-so-noble Arab and
to the kingdom of Jordan, has
provided some of this new mate-
rialand now we can really try
to put two and two together anil
attempt a prognostication for the
future of th.' Middle East.
It 1- obvious that Glubb s outster
i- one Oi S series of major British
defeats in the Middle Eastin
terms ol specific British ath.ui-
in the territory no leas than
in terms of British prestige. But
if one reads Glubb's own. descrip-
tion of the events which led up
to his 1 icked, it becomes
inert clear that the end
ss quite Inevitable. From
the time that Britain tried to
force Jordan to enter the B
dad pact against the expressed
wishes of Col. Nasser, the end
was in sight.
What will now become of the
Legion no one can say with cer-
tainty. But the fact that this
rather efficient fighting force has
now been wrenched out of the
hands of the British and pro-
British officers and nominally
handed over to a totally undistin-
guished, elderly gentlemn with
no military record whatsoever
bodes ill for Jordan. Not only was
Glubb fired, but also his second
in command who headed the Le-
gion's intelligence service and
the chief of the country's Secret
Service.
Regardless of the extent to
which the efficiency of the Le-
gion drops within the next few
months, two facts seem of major
significance. One is that the Is
raeii-Jordan borders will Inevita-
bly become what the Israeli j
ptian border ha- beena
I nirce of unending harassment
and peril, and SQTOnflTy thai < ven
if Britain iwallowi the bitter pill j
of her defeat and continues to
pay Jordan the handsome subsidy
on which that country has de-
pen since her existence.
11- Mitnry In Jordan i- in-
disputable.
nHUDI MNUHIN
. awesome portrait
THIS VOLUME IS the result of a dedicated author', ^
respect for the artist Yehudi Menuhinfor 'that boy h?
legend to me ." From its pages emerges a portrait thai
and awe inspiring, at once. One is always prone to look
of the successful contemporary artist with a degree olMZS
the unexpressed yearning for identification with "alamT^
secret willingness to bow to a silent applause that in re 7 I
in the ears of the Menuhins, Heifetzes, Rubinsteins Oistrak^
gorskys. "**
In this book, Mr. Magidoff stifles such ambition. ThenJ
in the lives of these performersexcept the reward'of th
love for musicbut devilishly hard work, devotion to a J
which can be as fickle as a dictator, and frequent disaponkhl
Yehudi Menuhin. there were all these thingsand more ]
draws no parallels to the experience of others He simply development of this genius, who at the age of twelve appearS
gie Hall to capture the hearts of the musical world. It all)
"Bildungsroman"but with a twist.
Born to Marutha and Moshe Menuhinwhom he
called in Hebrew "Ima" and "Aba"Yehudi grew up in i~3
trolled atmosphere. I am sure Mr. Magidoff did not intend I
strongand, indeed, almost tyrannicalmaternal and
ence. Nonetheless, the violinist speaks for himself: "Yool
guess that not until after my eighteenth birthday did 1 cresjj
unescorted for the first time."
And so do the actions of Marutha and Moshe speak fort
Moshe's taking notes as the famous Georges Enesea inst
then studying with Yehudi the notes he made: Marutha's)
that Yehudi showed too much deference to Arturo ToscmmI
concert and her decision to decline an invitation sent thai
daletti, Italy, to visit Toscanini at his country home on Lacol
"If the Maestro wants to see you and play with you, he will I
here."
It is a tribute to him as a human being and as an arid
Menuhin triumphed musically nonetheless And. perhaps, i\
tined to be so; for, as the author indicates. Mr Menuhins 1
is as much the product of his insight as his technique. Whet,4
he played Lalo's "Symphonic Espagnole" for the great
he was interrupted by the master and asked to play a i
stops instead. Triumphant that he had earned the Lai* 1
young Yehudi attempted the triple stopswith poor result, j
This lesson he never forgotthe quest for techaique 1
the beauty of music, which he had, as an extreme youngster!
expressed in a farewell letter to his first teacher Louis
will always hear your sweet voice. That voice which oftinaj
me..." In turn, Persinger implored him: "...dear Ye*
will prove to be not only the master but also the worthy 1
Beautiful."
Nor did, Mr. Magidoff feels, the violinist ever forget; at
pie of this was Mr. Menuhin's championing of the great Hi
Bart oksick and forgotten in a poverty-stricken New Yortl
As well, his championing of the Beautiful extended to hisi
of identification with his peoplethe tortured Jews of
defense of Nazi-suspect Wilhelm Furtwaengler. his brai
Jews in displaced persons camps and in Israel who fellI ej
away from them (this was particularly painful for Menunar
ant of a distinguished line of Palestinian rabbis) withtaei
"To behave toward the Germans the way the Nazis benaWB
is to admit that we have grown to be like the N
RORIS SHOI.Mt
Truman's Newest Volume Revelation of President's
IliBJ. xsoa.s 1: -
Women's Rcle in the Sporting World
New York
Once again baseball news is
beginning to dominate the sports
scenenews in the routine vein.
and news of an unconventional
nature.
For example, take the case of
a high school in New York City.
There have been many discus-
sions in the past of whether or
not the day will ever arrive when
women will play with men on the
same baseball team. Just bring-
ing up the subject is a good way
to open a lively discussion when
the conversation gets slow.
But Jefferson High School in
New York is taking the matter
out of the theoretical realm and
putting it to a practical test. But
at Jefferson, the matter is being
carried one step further. Not
only will a member of the female
sex be affiliated with the school
baseball team. She will l>e team
manager.
The young lady is 17-year-old
Eileen It 0 | e n b I u m who SMI
chosen for the post by coach Bob
Schain. Her main assignment will
be to handle the clerical details
for the team, with the heavy
work being taken care of by the
boys .

In Miami, there has already
been an opportunity to look over
Brooklyn pitcher Sandy Koufax.
regarded as an athlete with great
potential for the Brooklyn
Dodgers. In the 20-year-old hurl-
er's initial performance, he took
on nine batters and fanned three
of them.
Last season. Koufax established
a mark among the Dodger pitch-
ers for the greatest number of
strike-outs in one game.
New York
Whether you have read Harry S. Truman's
memoirs in installments in the press, or not, I advise
you to read in full the second volume of these
memoir- which deal with the years 1946 52. You will
find there much more interesting revelations on
Truman s attitude and action on Israel than the
abbreviated installment in the press Especially fas-
cinating is the full text of a "personal and confiden-
tial" letter which Truman wrote to Dr. t'haim Wei/-
mann on November 29. 1948- the first anniversary
of the I'nited Nation's partition resolution which led
to the proclamation of Israel.
In it the former President summed up hi.s feelings
not only toward Israel, but also toward the Jews in
nener.il 'What >ou have received at the hands of
the world has been far leas than was your due." he
wrote to Israel's first Pr.s,(lent. H>
how strongly he had distrusted the Maw 1
"experts" with regard to their op.mc*
on Israel. He plainly states thai1 soojn
"inclined to be anti-Semitic, while otnenj
pro-Arab.
To some of them Truman s announ
de facto recognition to Israel came a>
"it should not have been, il the* J"1 MM
supported my policy." T;*
light on the ambition 0! career nun
Department to regard themselves a> J
really make policy and run the go**
look upon the President as "just a "]
pant" and seek to impose their on
of carrying out his policyJie_says.
ill itm Hi #;. tun
Blankfort Pleased With Prospect of Adapting Keif's
Hollywood
looks more like a high school teacher than a success-
looks more like a high schoolteacher than a success-
ful Hollywoodian. He is a writer of great sensitivity
and a most considerate human being.
He is quite pleased with his current assignment
to adapt Ursula Keir's novel, "The Vintage," for the
screen Miss Keir's book has poetic qualities which
are rarely found in contemporary literature. Set
against the vineyards of Southern France and the
beauty of the countryside, "The Vintage" hat a
theme rather than a story. Not dealing with a man-
made conflict, it derives its drama from the people's
ever-lasting struggle with nature itself.
Blankfort'. interests and afgjjjj
but dearest to him is his asscciation
of Judaism. Most recently, he c
to the Brandeis Camp
'The Empty
to the Branaeis camp. m^m
stimilus for the voluntary l JA aJ
shows the complacency o(/.0^witb.
volunteer workers who are lea w .
crisis at home and in Israel. ^
Space" is a mirror to make us *
behind the routine collecting of"
affairthe saving ^.^^St^k
I talked with Blanj0
novel. "The Strong Hand
deal'
mitted that it has u^*,JIlbe*
cuaaion in Hollywood and el****"


t April 6, 19j
1956
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IJCC Plans Early Registration of Youngsters at Camus
,arlv registration has been; Branch. 450 SW 16th ave., 82-278(i I. *L a ... *"""pj
'/ff(,r .ummer day Beach Branch. 1536 Bav rd 'J, T l f'" a real """"unity
rlra.e.l by the Greater jJE 1-5319: Flaglcr-Grana.la Center! SnS l^E!*0 ""W *
, L, absorb lhe anHcipate.1 50 NW-M*,!. BI6*4!>; North 12^^.aV"l,ih, camP'" W
*, of over SW rlnklnyij Dixie hwv., 89-0283 not able to "W home for the
' l2. "i mp program will he taLSTu J1* A"*" tfadgned
,,v T*on KrAfrt, -ted for e*ht w^from I "*'d'man> "f th* a,iv,r,u:lc.
,v camp committee chair- June 18 until Aug. 10. and will be' ini, P ,,,e\w,thout th<- child nav-
v divided into two four-week oeriods I a ."Ve ,"""(' h(' *
Lra,ion officially began on The schedule is slated on "a ft Ln ^ *Sff*
nts were an- day a week basis, Monday through "thletics,
[to make application early in Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
As the leisure time arm of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
the Center operates its camps on a
non-profit basis, with tuition fees
^ following locations and geared to the requirements of the
-, i re li.-ted for the four dif- average family, according to Ep-
|ar< in the county: Miami'stein. "The day camping program
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day
I to niai........" '
-ire a place in this pro-
[for their children.
Liberations are being han-
an individual appointment
yard National Bank Opens Here;
Merit Home to be 8-Story Building
[ opening of I he Boulevard
IBank of Miami took place
day in temporary quarters
Bfccayne blvd., according
pies H Alcock, president.
tare dedicating this bank to
lt standards for financial
to the community at
if.' Akock said. "Our board
dor- is composed of men
lemnn.-lrale the progressive
, and spirit responsible, for
Miami- growth, and we
, the Bciul\.i!"d National to
one of South Florida's
(banking institution*."
cent home of the bank
jan eight-story office build-
be erected at Biscayne blvd.
board of the University of Miami
Boulevard National's chairman
of the board is William O'Neil,
president and chairman of the
board of the General Tire and Rub-
ber Co.. Akron. O., who also main,
tains a Miami Beach residence and
is a member of the Bath club here
Miami Beach financier Howard
swimming
Jewish oh
manors, arts and crafts, nature
lore, dramatics, singing and games.
Once a week, groups are taken on
rips to places of interest. The dai
i> program is conducted in the
buildings for half of each day.
grounds of each of the Center
Bong outdoor and indoor facilities
An outdoor swimming pool is used
for the second half of the day in
connection with the camp water-
front program, and Bed Cross qual-
lfied waterfront counselors are in
charge o/ these activities.
Campers bring a packaged lunch
which is refrigerated, and the
camp provides noon-time milk and
mid-afternoon snack." Transporta-
tion from the home to camp and
back, within certain distances, is
available for those who require it.
All campers are assigned to
groups of their own age level, with
12 to 15 campers in each group, su-
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Kane, is a director, vice president I ^rvised by a senior counselor of
and cashier of the new bank | college age or older, with the as-
Other directors include Richard Stance of a junior counselor
Staff is selected on the basis of
maturity, education, experience,
and interest in children.
A week long orientation pro-
gram is conducted for the entire
counseling staff and continuous
UpervisJon during the summer is
W. Fincher. president. Fincher
Motors. Inc.; Frank J. Rooney,
president, Frank J. Rooney, Inc.,
general contractors; C. G. Rebozo,
president. Mutual Finance Co.;
Julian I. Weinkie. Investments;
Edward R. Annis, M.I) ; Michael O.
O'Neill, president. The General Provided by GMJCC professional
Tire of Miami. Inc.; Edward S. Matt Staff coordinator for the en-
Patterson, chairman of the board, jtire day camp operation is assist-
First National Bank. Akron; and H. |ant director Emanuel Tropp, and
Loy Anderson. Washington, D.C.. ithe following are the camp direc-
attorney and banker. jtors in the various locations: Beach
H. A. Spyker, Jr.. a former OhioiBrancn- Arnold Piskin; Town
banker. i> assistant cashier of the. Branch. David Eskenazi; Flagler-
S^Z:"' "*m !<* ", *. North
m
WUAM WHNKU
1 the near future.
pninitial capital structure
SGOO.ooo in capital stock,
m surplus and reserves
BOO in undivided profits,
"in*I and paid in.
ff facilities for one .top
I*1?.1"' are provided at the
Nationals temporary lo-
(Alcock nated. He stressed
?*! helpfulness wilf be
,' ';' ,a" individuals and
g Wring the new bank as
and director. Alcck was
g *'h the Miami Beach
fcBank for 25 "*">
-L ,or and executive
went for many years He
w of the board of gover-
f^Comm.t.eeof One Hun-
Pthe board of the Miami
Y*<*t of cimercei di-
r **"*w of the Miami
l^yer. Association and
-I^r of ,he citizens'
Vice president, director and
, cashier Kane is formerly vice pres-
I ident. director and a principal of
: Mercantile National Bank of Miami
I Beach. A World War II veteran.
I he is vice president of Greater
| Miami Jewish Federation, director
of Miami Beach Exchange club,
trustee of Mt. Sinai hospital, mem-
ber of the citizens' board of the
University of Miami and on the
planning board of the City of Mia-
mi Beach. He headed the Commun-
ity Chest drive for two years on
the Beach.
Weinkie, a director of the bank,
is president of Family Investors.
Inc.. vice president of Florida
Fund, Inc.. and former executive
vice president of Carls Markets be-
fore merger with Food Fair. He is
I director of Beth David Congrega-
tion and Jewish Home for the Aged
and a member of the executive
committee of Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and Kiwanis club
of Southwest Miami.
He has been a Miami resident for
32 years, was educated in Dade
county public schools, graduated
from the University of North Caro-
lina and is a World War II veteran.
Dade, Leonard Romney.
Engineering Firm Expands
Rader and Associates, Congress.
bldg., Miami. Earle M. Rader. pres-1
ident, announced Wednesday the
expansion of its engineering, sur-
veying and architectural projects
in Dade county through acquisition
of Homestead Engineering Com-
pany. General manager for Rader
in Homestead, at 1224 Krome ave.,
will be John A. Wall, Jr., founder
of the newly acquired company.
MILTON ft. MANNNEIAHR
North Shore Names
Mannheimer Head
Milton R. Mannheimer was unan-
imously elected president of North
Shore Jewish Center at its Pass-
over annual election meeting last
week.
Mannheimer, although only 36,
is one of the oldest residents of
Miami Beach, who came here with
his family from Detroit in 1925.
Mannheimer was president of
North Shore lodge of B'nai B'rith,
which he headed from 1953 to
1955. He was also one of the
founders of Masada, young Zionist
group here.
Elected to serve with Mannheim-
er were Louis Cohen, vice presi-
dent; Fred Jonas, secretary; Louis
J. Gold, treasurer; Irving Schul-
man. financial secretary; Joe Kahn.
ant financial secretary.
Elected to serve on the board of
directors are Morris Black, Dr. Ben
Fabric, Sam Greenfield, Ben Mar-
in, Judge Albert Saperstein, Abe
Selecoff, Dan Wagner, Jack Koren-
blit, Leonard Tobin, Sam Sklar and
Dr. Larry Weston.
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COUNTY.FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
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Tou l.iHMS F*RA8CA. it Coi
Sireei. A-lii.ni'i. Maaaai hunettn, are
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Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Mi-
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Wednesday, Apr. 11, at the Mar-
seilles hotel.
Installed as president will be
Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Beth Shol-
om of Miami Beach, and Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. of Israelite Cen-
ter of Miami, secretary.
Outgoing officers are Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-EI,
and Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of
Temple Zion of West Miami.
Rabbi Simon April is chairman
of the installation committee. On
his committee are Rabbis B. Leon
Hurwilz and Morris Skop.
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Barbara La* Glnsborg spent her spring vacation
from classes at Brandeis University with her par-
(nli_ Ruth and Ben Zlofi Ginaburg, at their Prairie
ave home. .
Glad to get away from the many blizzards that
buzzed all winter around the Brandeis New Eng-
ian(| campus (Waltham, Mass.), Barbara took
If Miami Beach's gift to fair weatheras well as a
L her activities as president of her dormitory. .
L. tlao active in Brandeis Student Council and Inter-
1 incidentally. Ruh and Bon make no secret of the
'r daughter is on the Dean's List for her academic
, of blizzard", just as snow descended on cold Gotham
J Beach's own I. L. Mintxer left New York for Israel
at the Dan hotel in Tel Aviv. .
-merof the Dan' along wiln Partners *** Orovitz, Dan
j Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Food Fair board. .
lare for the Near East traveler to wind up his rapid tour
i by Apr. 8.
iv will mean a gay Hawaiian affair for Westview
lbber>. Chairman is Mr*. Larry Rosenberg, who re-
latrip t S1 Louia Tuesday to get the party rolling. .
rbor Wands clubwomen met Apr. 1 around the Bay
nds pool for coffee and things. Heading up the
Mrs. Irving Spiar, Mrs..Syd Koenfe, Mrs. Eugene
Mrs. Thomas Kraviri. ?
| from Jacksonville for a stay at the Saxony and some
ping were the Saul Wolfsons. .
tof cour-c. was principally with Saul's brother here,
|the Cold. Cold North: Former Miami Beach residents
[they still were when thoughts of snowy blasts emerge
-Dr. and Mrs. Solar J. Low are vacationing at the
i cardiologist on the staff of Governeur hospital in New
The Lows, friends may remember, lived here from 1945
llore returning to Gotham Town. .
| pretty Maryl Ronnie Cohen is visiting her grandparents,
Samoal Gross, at their Belle Isle apartment. .
laughter of Newark, N.J.'s Dr. and Mrs. Irving Cohen,
Itudent at Boston University.
iMorman Russ was hostess Monday in her "home, 4350
, to teen age volunteers active in the current Crippled
Society seal drive. .
Iafternoon, she opens her home again for a "coke party"
i guests including Lynn Shor, Maxine Goldman, Karon
Ira Broad, Linda Adelman, Susan Berger, Judy Apple-
I Linda Tonger .
(Mrs. Arthur D. Frishman, veteran worker in the drive.
i of the follow-up organization which will include women
[Harbour to South Beach.
lion pin- was the result of the beautifully planned
lay celebration at the Normandy Isle home of long-time
k. and Mrs. Mayer Josowirz last week in honor of Miss
vmmar. .
home 100 prominent young socialites attending the affair
TWsh-born daughter of Temple Emanu-El's Cantor and
iBrummar, ihe romantic waterside buffet and ball com-
the tuxedos and dainty formals very much
I of Polly and Baron de Hirsch Meyer's favorite instru-
1 accompanied the orchestra on Spanish and Hawaiian
^e Ragina's tut her offered renditions of two of her
sji
POlcongratulationa included some from Mrs. LeRoy
i u J"m,i* Gro**mger, noted comedian Sam Levenson,
M". Harris Swift of England and renowned showlady
war.
'hotel public relations director Jack Ross and wife Boa
tne.r 14th wedding anniversary Mar. 29 with a dinner
w m the hotel'! Scheherazade room. .
ltnhf!erS m"M(lim Arn Bartsort performed special melo-
r"10 Chuh Posner's mother. She and her husband
oirthday with her two sons, grandchildren and rela-
Missouri and Miami Beach.
L 'rth F">nt: It was a son. William Michael, born Mar
**" hospital to Lt. and Mrs. Joe Clean. .
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Miami, Florida, Friday, April 6, 1956
Section B
Women Awarded for Active Participation in Bond Drive
Plans (or Israel Independence Monthand Israelare char-
tered by (left to right, seated' Mrs. Harry Platofl, Mrs. Sybil
Weitz and (left to right, standing) Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
and Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. Mrs. Meyers is chairman of the
women's division of the Greater Miami Committee for State
of Israel Bonds, and Mrs. Weitz is program chairman. Mrs.
Platoff and Mrs. Sakrais are co-chairmen of the Chen Division,
which was to launch 1956 Israel Bond campaign Thursday
with a Bonds Voyage and Chen Awards brunch at the Algiers
hotel.
Left to right are Mrs. Harold Hirschfield. Mrs. Herbert Young
and Mrs. Abe Kaufman. They are planning an Institute on
"Jewish Home Beautiful" to be held at Temple Emanu-El
Wednesday, Apr. 10. Sponsor is P.T.A. Explained will be
"know-how" and technique of home, with emphasis on meth-
ods of celebrating Jewish holidays in traditional manner.
MRS. BORNSWN INSTALLED PRtSIDlHT
KS&'^^-- JWV Auxiliary 243 Installs Officers
.,_.... ;-.n_ The Mesdames Morto
,.Abo"t BUiiard,
a her recent
Mrs. Edward Mondell
is happy she
visit to New York and Boston. .
* Sh **"' M'nd,n visited relatives and took in several
tend/ "I'' h,,snand fi* are music patrons here and in
nglewood and other New England music festivals
M*orna8ain Mr- Ro* ehachtajr is among the ten
iJocui, '" M,am'. according to a poll here in which
"""s uhnnf K- ..ll.i RmmI
I Shores
i*l);
>roughout the community figured.
*n at !'*" Scn#chl#r active in many stellar affairs
(Tofu. ,U|,W frequently in stunning attire. She's
l aVai.' Mr- S'*V Meyerprominent half of the
*** ami ti.l....;.:________ti_...
and television combination.
Mrs. Alan Bornstein was install-
ed president of Coral Gables JWV
Auxiliary 243 last week at Coral
Gables Jewish Center.
Installing officers were State
Department president Frieda Ir-
vine, regional vice president Rose
Horn and State Department con-
ductress Mrs. Ben Leff.
Others installed in office were
the Mesdames Albert Agress. sen
ior vice president; Julius Seidner.
junior vice president; Simon Sulla,
treasurer; J. Golub, chaplain.
The Mesdames Morton Orbach,
conductress; Ira Schwartz, three-
year trustee; Irving Wasserman,
two-year trustee; Seymour Ehrens,
one-year trustee; Bernard Weiss,
patriotic instructor.
The Mesdames Al Silverman. his-
torian; Harry Valkowitz, guard;
Albert Raines, recording secretary;
and Abe Michaelson. correspond-
ing secretary.
Guest speaker was past State
Department Commander Daniel
Neal Heller.
Greater Miami's 1956 campaign
for State of Israel Bonds is under
way.
After three months of organiza-
tional activity, the local bond or-
ganization mobilized all of its di-
visions for an all-out community
effort during April and May to
speed aid to Israel.
A Chen Charms award brunch
at the Algiers hotel Thursday at
noon was to launch the women's rli
vision drive. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sa-
krais. co-chairman of the Chen Di-
vision, was bid farewell at the
"Bonds Voyage" meeting.
Leo Bernstein, national field di-
rector of the Israel Bond organ-
ization from New York, presented
an up-to-the-minute report on con-
ditions in the Middle East.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers was
chairman of the women's divisions,
and Mrs. Harry Platoff, chairman
of the meeting and co-chairman of
Chen workers.
More than 50 Greater Miami
women were to be awarded the
solid gold Chen Charms for sales
and purchases of Israel Bonds in
amounts of more than $2,500. Mrs.
Harry Weitz was program chair-
man, and Miss Lillian Goodman
and Mrs. Rose Kasow served as
organizational chairmen.
Mrs. Sakrais, former president of
the Greater Miami chapter of Ha
dassah, will leave soon for Israel
on a leadership tour conducted by
the national women's division of
Israel Bonds.
Pioneer Women
Fete Miss Spanner;
Plan Functions
Miss Bess Spanner, field repre-
sentative from the national office
of Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tions, has arrived in Miami to meet
with Miami Pioneer Women.
Miss Spanner has recently re-
turned from a three-year stay in
Israel and has just completed a
crosscountry speaking tour for
Pioneer Women in connection with
the present emergency in Israel.
>**
Fun for all was had by Kadimah
chapter when they gathered for an
evening of games and entertain-
ment this week in Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Mrs.
Janet Kanter, child rescue chair-
man, and Anna Weiss, co-chair-
man, were in charge of arrange-
ments.

Mrs. Minnie Weiner, newly elect-
ed child rescue chairman of the
recently formed Tikva chapter is
planning a garden party to aid the
chapter's project.

Mrs. Sam Wilensky. president of
Club 1, announced this week an
anniversary celebration dinner in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seit-
lin, Apr. 8, in the Revlin hotel.
Club 1 also held a farewell party
for Mrs. Sarah Kunin, Rose Rosen-
stein and Esther Yaffe at Star res-
taurant Apr. 3.
Physicians' Wives Meet
The Physicians' Wives club of
Greater Miami met Tuesday eve-
ning at the home of Mrs. Norman
Gladsden, 3200 Calus st, Coconut
Grove. Program featured repre-
sentative of "Contempora." Lin-
coln rd., who discussed "Acces-
sories for the Home."


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By LEAH LEONARD
The Passover holidays officially
ended Tuesday evening, but there
v many kitchens m which un-
! Kosher lor Passover food, m
lients still abound. Many .mat/o
products, as well as other item-.
cm he adapted to make excellent tm.; ;|~ a tjm,.',",", hot fat. not
year-round eating. Try these ideas: (()(| (,|()M. tK GOLOE2.?,^,'*roTATO erata heat till undersides are well
browned before turning to brown
well. Cooking time should be about
the shortening or oil in a h
frying pan and spoon .'! tablespoonsJ
ot the hot fat into the paneake
mixture, sUrrini In lightlj Place
the remainder ol raw onion (after
grating part for mixturei Into the
hot fat for special flavoring and
drop a tahlespoonful of the mix
lined
thoruuehb before meaaurlni
2 up- (rated raw carrot, iiarhtlj
packed
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Combine grated raw potato, car
rot. onion. Mat/o Meal and salt.
mixing thoroughly before adding
Stir eggs in one at a time.
ng after each addition. Heat
Plaea bad on aluminum o"
,. ,\, or on .i a/aa paper
covered wit* rack till drj lo the
i, h, yields boul N
Matio Parfar* and PrXjnf Dresing
(for turkey or'fowl" '
2 cups mat/" f.irlel
2 cup- warm water
D eggs
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup soaked and pitted prunes
1 cup finely diced raw apple
1 teaspoon grated lemon or
orange rind
4 tablespoons sugar
A dash of cinnamon (optional)
4 talile-pooiis schmaltz
Soak farfel in water for 10 to
15 minutes then press out excess
liquid. Beat eggs with salt, com-
bine with farfel using two forks,
then add remaining ingredients in
375 Drizzle with a mixture of
equal parts orange juice and hot
melted schmaltz just before serv-
ing time and slip under broiler
flame for 3 to 5 minutes or till
browned to a golden glow. May
be turned for browning on all side,
if desired.
_Fridoy_
towels Serve hot with applesauce,
stewed rhubarb or meat gravy.
Serves 6 to 8.
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8 minutes per panful of "latkes "
Lift out with pancake tlUW Of, JiSasTmlaii^rttn to*L
paper This amount Of dressing Is suffi-
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Suggestion for "dressing balls":
Form the above dressing into balls
I the size of an orange. Roll each in
| matzo cake meal and arrange 2
. inches apart each way around the
"bird" if space permits, in the
roasting pan. or bake these in a
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GINGER FINGERS
i >:e bltaa
. ipi t ii. granulated nunr
i tablespoons Mataa Cake Meal
i ip ii .mi almonda
I teaapoon around k neai
Heat egg whites and salt till it
holds a pea. Combine sugar. Cake
Meal, ground almonds and ground
ginger by shaking well In a paper
bag FOM beaten egg whites into
dry mixture gradually to form a
compact mixture Form a table-
spoonful at a time into "fingi i
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place on a lightly greased cookie
sheet an inch apart each waj
Bake 80 minutes at 300 deg. I"
or till puffed slightly and lightlj
browned Lai cool before dipping
the pointed ends in the following
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FROSTING FOR GINGER FINGERS
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Melt chocolate, butter (oil, or
other shorteningi. sugar and gin-
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ol double boiler There should be
;d>out a half cupful of frosting.
Pip "lingers" Into this while frost
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ba< I on cookie sheet till drv.
CHOCOLATE-COCONUT PEAKS
p light cream
rupa rinelj hredded and i ul
d Mml-ew .-.-I i hni olat
i>n buttei
Heat butler over low heat in a
saucepan till it is golden brown
then gradually -lir in silted eon
sugar, cream and the
prepared finely cut coconut (um l
SCisSOn for bes( resilltsi. Line a
cookie sheet with wax paper or
aluminum foil. As soon as the mix-
ture is cool enough to hold its
shape when dropped from a tea-
ii. drop by spoonfuls onto the
prepared cookie sheet ami shape to
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Plaza hotel on Wednesday noon.
Apr. 11. Mrs. Lewis Pomerantz is
chairman.
Program for the afternoon will be
a fashion show by Jean's Fashions.
2346 roOM d? I^on blvd., Coral
Cables. Three professionals will
model 30 dresses.
Mrs. Nathan Cohen will sing,
ind Ann West bury, of Coral Gables
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fentmme fain (J tlie Ifeinsfein to Represent Florida at World Zionist Meet!Mrs. seiig win
1 AjBUgZ fiaSi^J^aatSrd1* Honored Here
' Anr 24 !T ?1 a"d P11"* andjmanship of Mrs. Samuel Rost, will

Jerusalem beginning Apr 24.
Sessions of the Congress will be
stage a testimonial luncheon hon-
oring Mrs. Monte Selig Apr. 19 at
the Eden Roc hotel.
Mrs. Rost also announced that
Misa Regina Resnik. noted star of
the Metropolitan Opera, will per-
form at the meeting.
Mrs. Selig, who now serves as
honorary chairman of the women's
following the sesMons of the Con-
held over a period of ten days, the "J!" *'" t0Ur Israel ***
date of termination being uncer-!W special emphasis on "adassah
tain due to the heaw agenda nee 'atalktiOM. She will also visit
essitated by the deliberation re-(Italy. France and Switzerland n
ai me annual Conference of the1 .....-....... "*"
Mrs. Weinstcin is one of 33 dele- j Florida region of Hadas.sah Mav 26 honorary chairman of the women's
gates from Hadissah to the at st p<..k..- ls,on of tne l<*al Israel Bonds
Congress, and is the sole repre-
sentative from Florida.
"I am indeed honored at being
selected to attend this history
making World Zionist Congress."
Mrs. Wcinstein said Wednesday,
"and am deeply aware of the re-
sponsibility involved. At this crit-
V A
at St. Petersburg. j committee, will be feted for her
Mrs. Weinstein is a former pres-! "outstanding service and devotion
ident of the Greater Miami chapter U> Israpi- apeeiall> for her exem-
of Hadassah. a member of the exec- ?l"V lead?r,\hip. as <*aian of
, e cxcc the women's division of the Great-
ut.ve committee and board of,er Miami Committee for State of
governors of the Greater Miami Israel Bonds."
Jewish Federation, chairman of the "Mrs Selig has richly deserved
Greater Miami Zionist Youth Com- j^'ct*5&2l a"d l k"W ,he women
miuiA* ,k .. I of South Florida who have worked
mission, chairman of the Greater together with her in behalf of so
cal period in Israels destiny, the Miami Jewish Music Festival, sec-' many worthy causes will want to
, mm mmmm
very fact that Zionists from all
over the world will assemble in
Jerusalem demonstrates our solid-
rttary of the Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations of South
Florida and vice chairman of the
sa-
arity with Israel, our confidence in Zionist Council of South Florida.
fear Spring,
per Fashions;
se&garine
Bring .'mi! summer
in. and every one of
IB itress the pencil-
i>r line. Don't be dit*
lllilady, when you try on
1 styles
[apartner in our corner
> fight the "battle of the
I Sugarinc a no calo-
sweetner. it's actually
i sugarcomes in con-
iform, yet without any
taste. Best of all, it has
[ofood value
lloowhen a i<>nr-ounre
(jweten more than 700
i "r tea. It takes only
nful to equal 16 of su-
i tablespoonful is equiva-
pful of sugar You can
by the drop from a
Mop bottle
w fruit, m desMftl
lf.il gives you sweetncM
hiore Recommended by I Miami Beach Division
diabetu-s. overweights Greater Miami Section. National
Pkdiets, it is perfectly Council of Jewish Women, met
; for children or Wednesday afternoon, Apr. 4, in
the Madrid room of the Seville
hotel.
Program chairman Mrs. Ben
Zion Ginsburg introduced Mrs.
,' Aaron Faar, vice president of the
,. Southeast Regional Council of the
national organization.
She presented a report on the
Southern interstate convention of
National Council held in Louisville
last week.
MRS. AARON FARR
Beach Women Will
Hear Confab Report
of the
Dag the "calorie count"
Meet-tooth gets the
L Your lite (. i be iwMt
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concentrated swed
noe h vaili ble at food
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JE 1-35*5
.GREATER
MIAMI
CHILDREN NEED
"feed Vitamin "D" Milk
PHONE IE 1-W37
Also on the program was Mrs.
Julius Breitler, who discussed
pending state legislation. Final
business of the meeting was elec-
tion of officers.
make this a community-wide
lute.'- Mrs. Rost said.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
chairman of the women's division,
lauded Mrs. Rost for "the way in
which she has so rapidly organized
the Sponsors of Israel unit "
Other details of "what will be
the most exciting program in the
history of the women's division"
will be announced next week, Mrs.
Rost said.
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'Better Living'
Forum Scheduled
By Council Here
B'nai B'rith Women's Council
of South Florida will hold a "Ret
ter living for Women" forum Wed
needa* evening, Apr. 11, at the
rs hotel.
Sjxakers .ire Willard R. Brown.
vice president nnd trustee of the
Fir^t National Bank of Miami; Ar-
thur Persons, Merrill, Lynch.
Pierce, Fenner and Beane; Miss
Isabel S Jeffrey, Personnel De-
pariment, Burdines; Rahbi Morris
Friday,
sk"p- ^r^rr
spiritual leader \
. Rrown will discus J
oP'^Invfstme,,,:1
5 w"'beo.
Women Over 35
f'Tum moderator.
<'hairman of th.
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Mcjl chapter of 1
Medical ccnler at D
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Women who will take part in Henrietta
Szold affair at the Eden Roc Apr. 17 are
front row 'left to right) Mary Levin. "Imah"
Selma Nash, chairman Ella Beckerman.
Imah" Rose Landau Simpson and Sarah
Czech. Rear are Anna Gams, Yet'.a Shcf-
kin, Sadie Horowitz, Frances Entine. Anna
Koplin, Leah Riemer, Eva Rosenberg and
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Mrs Barnctt Bcckcrman il Youth Aliyah chair-
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in year
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rummage committee are the Mes-
dames Rebecca ( astle, Max Siesel,
Sarah Hart and lsadure Fine.
' K(,,'i Apul Sisterhood meeting is !>- ment kn"n as cordon a
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Miami Reach city Councilman
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s.-nted (nniirpgation Beth Jacob
with a Golden Memorial Book in
memory of his parents, the late-
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Liberman.
The Beach councilman i- treas-
urer of Beth Jacob Congregation.
Spiritual leader Rabbi Tiber Stern
announced the presentation.
The book will be divided into
two parts, including "The Book
of Life" and "The Book of Re-
membrance."
"The Book of Life" will record
such events as births. Bar Mitz-
;vahs and weddings at Beth Jacob.
Duplicate copies of each Golden
Page will be given to celebrants.
"The Book of Remembrance"
'will record the passing of mem-
bers of the congregation, as well
| as those commemorated in Beth
Jacob's Eternal Light Memorial.
Dedication of the gift was dur-
ing Yizkor memorial Panaver want-
ices Tuesday.
Philip Liberman was president
of Beth Jacob from 1934 to 1338.
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<9n the r^calm of Society
MRS. SHARON WAGNER
Wagner, Feldman
Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs. Philip Wagner, wry.
1161 Stillwater dr., Miami Beach,
innouncing the engagement of
their daughter. Sharon Merle, to
li i Jean Feldman, 113 S Shore jMi.imi Beach.
Schaffner, Schwartz
Exchange Vows Here
In a 6 p.m. candlelight ceremony
Mar. 20 at the Algiers hotel.
Brenda Schaffner and Robert B.
Schwartz exchanged www before
Rabbi Mayer Abramouit/
The bride, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Jack Schaffner. 620 84th it
wore a ballerina-length sewn in
white tulle and lace and double-
tiered crown with white Illusion
veil. She carried I bouquet of
white orchids
Mrv Betty Schwartz, cousin of
the bride, wai maid of honor in a
i length torso lace dress and a
net of white flower-.
The groom, son of Dr. and Mrs
M. 1 Schwartz, Chicago. III., asked
In- brother. Dr. Leon Schwartz, to
be his best man.
Flower girls were Linda and
'(Jail Schwartz nieces of the groom
Hirschie Schaffner, brother of the
bride, served as an usher.
The bride i- recovering from
polio and was able to walk to the
altar without her brace-. She WBS
married on her parents' annivcr-
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MRS. ROBtRT SCHWARTZ
Pearl Frisch Plans For June Wedding
Miss Wagner attended the I'ni-
v rsity Oi Miami Her fiance is an
alumnu- ol Emory University ami
he ha- served in the ( oast Guard.
Mr Ft Idn an is the -on oi Mrs
I rence Feldman. Mount Vernon.
N V and the late Harr> Feldman.
Pearl Shirley Frisch and Irving
Richard Davis are planning to ex-
change vows June in at her home.
The couple- engagement is be-
New Yorkers Will
Live on Ik;icli
Temple Kmanu-KI was the set-
ting Mar. 18 for the marriage of
Mrs, May Kleinma.i. Fore-t Hills,
,1-ong Island. NY., to Victor Saret-
sky, Mount Vernon, N.Y. Rabbi
Irving Lchrman officiated.
Miss Joyce F Beckennan and
Mr William Givner are making
i lans for their M.i\ 19 wedding,
which will take place at the Seville Seymour Kleinman. New York.
Beckerman, Givner
Plan Mav 19 Rites
Attending the bride and bride-
groom were Mrs. Samiie Kalt and
hotel, with Temple Beth Sholom's
Rabbi Leon Kroni-h officiating.
The couple's betrothal is an-
nounced here by the bnde-elect-
mother, Mrs Samuel Beckerman.
788 W. 50th st.. Miami Beach. The
I respective groom's parents are
Mr. and Mr- Abraham Givner, 800
I I I ave.. Miami Beach.
Joyce attended schools in Penn-
mia and Florida. Recently out
< i ih" service, her dance went to
Is in Cuba and Ohio.
A dinner in Eden Roc hotel fol-
lowed the ceremony. They will
make their home in Miami Beach.
ing announced by the bride-elect's
its. Mr. and Mrs Sol Frisch,
2571 SW 25th ave. Her fiance is
the -on of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Davis, 710 First -t
Formerly of Newark. N.J.. Miss
Friach graduated from schools
there, where she was an active
member of B'nai B'rith and Hadas-
sah. She is a charter member of
Star chapter, B'nai B'rith. here, has
worked at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center and is now with Federal
Title and Insurance Corp.
Mr. Davis, formerly of Boston.
Mass., graduated from Roxbury
Memorial High School and Boston
I'niversity He holds Associate of
Arts and Bachelor of Science de-
grees from Boston, where he was
a member of Alphi Phi Omega
fraternity, Boston University Stu-
dent Assembly and secretary of
Zeta Upsilon chapter of the frater-
nity.
Recently returned from active
duty with the Army and 14 months
spent in Germany. Mr. Davis plans
to < nter the I'niversity of Miami
for a Masters degree in business
administration.
The couple were introduced by
a mutual friend.
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Mr- Israel Goldberg, president
of Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess,
announced this week a meeting
scheduled for Monday afternoon.
Apr. 9. at Beth El Congregation.
Nominating chairman will I .
lected for the election of new oMi
'I to be held in May.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz. spiritual leader of JewlRn "msreaations across the \
Zamora Jewish Center. Coral Ga- Ed' .T.rTnl ? 2fSf" l
nom ,neir annual workshop con-i
ference.
Mrs. leientz Participates
In Annual Workshop Confab
For five days, starting Apr 4,
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I Mrs Zeientz. representing Tem-
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Psychologist to Speak
Naomi Hadassah study group
will meet at 1880 SW 5th st. on
Apr. 16 Psychologist Dr. Ted Aid-
man will lead a discussion of prob-
lems in American relations, mar-
riage and child rearing.
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film along a route that includes Japan < hm V He "*
India and rush it by air back to Ralph R,ni,i, uI?"liUl^
Welfaan't film travels will also carry h.m thrS
All About Births: The Conrad Kg**nt
'"rough the
""'"'Inewsui,
Frankfurt. Germany, that they are proud parentsTl
not yet named. Grandparents here are the I i ?''
Coral Gables. Joy', folks live in West Palm b T*
and Mrs. Morris Dixon.
**T3|
Expected to be detached from Fncle Sam's
Conrad will return to resume his chemical eneS*""
University of Florida. Conr.d was ,n his third!! *'
he left for dutv. """ >car,
he left for duty. .
The Loon Honifs, of 3530 SW Kith *< -,re
fourth time. Announced is the birth o| Ruth r-u ?**"
and Mr,. Milton Geverti, Miami. Phvlli,' nar'', 'N
Morri, Covorti. Miami Beach. Parenk are
GOLDfN ANNIVtRSAtr NOTf FROM A TRAmiNG Ujtm
Mr. ond Mr,. Benjamin Finkal recently cclebraT*.
wedding anniversary in their winter home on 1'ineTrTi
New York City, the Finkol, are known for their MmJL
in their home town. From Lima. Peru, comes word taJ
poal card signed by Harry Simonhoff. With him on hu <
can tour la wife IIm. "Went to Shul and had a lose*,
writes. "And I know you will be happy to know that *,<
enough matzoth for a month."
book.
IIm and Harry are relaxing following the publicali
ion t(l
AWARD fO* A STUOfNT SNf'U SAIl ABROAD
Joan Mody Freemen will receive the Stevenson Award |
outstanding scholar in the Dental Hygiene Department oil
j City Community College of Applied Arts and Science*
the award at a special capping ceremony in the school A|3
graduation day is June 14. .
Joan's the daughter of Mrs. Mildred Freeman, 1580!
Miami Beach, and she plans to be in New York for the i
to leaving May 19 on the Italian liner Andrea Doha lor a to
and Israel. .
DADE PRODUCE MEN RESPOND TO CRISIS
Tomato Growers Contribute to
Substantial contribution to the Combined Jewish
disclosed here last week as result of the generosity and unit.
of a group of tomato growers and packers located in Dade I
Through the untiring efforts of Joe Sherbill. former on
now residing in the Homestead area, he prevailed upon 151
tomato growers and packers to donate $8,905 98 to the Ui
Appeal, major beneficiary of the local CJA drive.
The firms gave a truckload of fine tomatoes for the |
auction last week. The tomatoes were sold by Brown and!
Auction Company in New York by their auctioneers. Jack 1
Larry Adams, and no charges of any kind were made for I
sional services, according to Sherbill.
The Florida dealers expressed their deep concern <
CTiaiBn and explained that the gesture was I demonstratiaf
unanimous agreement that the Combined Jewish Appeal 1
important philanthropy in the life of our local community.
Local firms contributing the tomatoes were Big W Fanmj
lvrrine Tomato Growers, Perrine; B & L Farms, Princeton;]
Vegetable Distributors, Princeton; and Golden Acres. Jacki
Byrd and Co.. A. Scaglia & Co.. Princeton Farm-. Virgil Sauni
most Vegetable Co-op.. Basso & Co., Bob Hair & i'o.. and I j
Company, all of Florida City.
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April 6. 1956_
Jfyar 9,Lm^ftrhrinuf
f
Parents to Honor
Peter Ostrowsky
I'-I-r, s.m of Mr. atl(, Mrs sf
wl Ostrowsky, 2111 SW 21st st
Miarm, will become Bar Mitjvah
durinK Saturday morning services
& Bcth DaVid Conrt'8a-
Habbi Yaakov Rosenberg will of.
Heists, with Cantor Wil!tm Lip.
son rendering the musical portion
of liturgy.
M'. IDd Mrs OatrowSky will be
nosts in honor of their son at the
Friday evening Oneg Shabbat and
al Kldduan on Saturday morning.
l'H.r is an eighth grade student
at Snenandoah Junior Hiyh and u
ctive member oi Bos Scout Trooo
89 at Beth David.
A reception in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah will be held at Hibiscus
lodge Saturday night.
Page 7B
sen of Mr. and Mrs.
me Re:zen. Miami Beach
Detroit, will become Bar
rah Saturday, Apr. 7, at;
Shore Jewish Center.
bi Maysr Abramowitz will
Edward is a student
[forth Shore teliqious school
attends Nautilus Junior
ieiheid Kieiman
Mitzvah
elhcid Emily Kieiman will
ime Ba- Mitzvah during Satur-
Imornina services, Apr. 7, of
David Congregation. Rabbi
bov Bosenberg will officiate,
vith Cantor Wil-
liam Lipson ren-
lenng the mu-
-ical portions of
he liturgy.
The Bas Mitz-
vah is the daugh- Stanley Horward, son of Dr.
ter of Dr. and \ and Mrs. Jesse O. Halpern, will
Mrs, Morris K lei-! celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-El on Saturday,
Apr. 7. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate. Stanley is a sev-
enth grade student at Nautilus
Junior High and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Cousins Are Bcr
n ,, ^QTUrCiay j Sam Levenson, noted television comediar
Double Bar Mitzvah will mark | takes time out to add to a Jewish National Fund Blue Box, be-
at TeSnip"^,1^ "S^' *ZL 7' in9 Proferred by Mrs. Louis Man.ynband. Chicago, who ha.
understaken to recruit the Windy City's women in a special
Blue Box effort. JNF is seeking to place traditional collection
boxes in tens of thousands of homes across the nation in
honor of Israel's eighth anniversary Apr. 16.
at Temple Zion. Rabbi
Waxman will officiate.
I Steven, .son of Mr. and Mrs
Charles Mackler, and Harvey, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Presner,
will become Bar Mitzvah.
Steven and Harvey both attend
Weal Miami Junior High, where
, they are in the seventh grade.
Both are students at Temple Zion
religious school.
The young cousins will have as
: their out-of-town guests Mrs. Mack
Lieb and daughter, of Middle Vil-
lage. N.Y.; Mrs. Anna Gordon,
grandmother,' Long Island, N.Y.;
Mrs. David Finger and sons, Mt.
Kisco, NY.; and Mr. David Fing-
ier, West Chester Airport, Ar-
monk, N.Y.
Al Tim!
IKUflD
i man, 2368 SW
118th st., Miami.
Adel is a sev-
enth grade stu-
Snenandoah Junior High
L She is vice president of
garw DoiK.- r|ub of the
Miami Jewish Community
IGMJce, she i- also active in
Ho Adel has attended Beth
I religious school lor the past
! years.
Wu>h will follow the terries;
|'reception ,me go, t,.,.n
[tendered bj her parents in
M'trApr. 14.
Religious leaders IVrff
'RabbiniccJ Assembly
*' ftatan n iinsonberg, of
UJavid i n,. ,ati0t Mjami.
Ibbi Samuel s. Lerer. of
P Beth Sholem, Hollvwood,
l*tend the 56th annual con-
of the Rabbinical Asscm-
America. the national asso-
''6U0 spiritual leaders al-
ttth Conservative Judaism.
^convention will be held at
ttt hotel. Grossinger,
APr. 23 through 26.
irom every section of the
Canada, as well as many
Mw serving as chaplains
>ed forces, are expected
/
Miami Section
Slates Luncheons
Miami Section, National Council
of Jewish Women, will hold an-
nual pledge luncheons on Friday.
Luncheons, held in members'
homes, are for the purpose of rais-
ing funds for various projects sup-
ported by the Council.
A full afternoon nas been plan-
ned by hostesses at the individual
functions, including games and a
book review of Eugene O'Neill'.-.
posthumously published volume.
Beacii chairmen are ..Irs. Harry
Orleans and Mrs. Ben Lond.
Chairmen on town are Mrs. Sey-
mour Sommerstein and Mrs. Paul
Shiekman.
BIRTHS
TWO-PiECE SETS
^UPHOLSTERED
'or only
!79
'MUTION CAU 13 ,2t0
BERKELY
' *.*.
"t* AVENtJC
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph I.iehman Mar. 25.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mr-
Gilbert Cawn Mar. 24
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. David
Miller Mar. 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
Staten Mar. 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Shrago Mar. 21.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. (Irving Berlin Mar. 20.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Schreiber Mar. 20.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Samp-
son Liptrot Mar. 19.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Malter Mar. 19.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Oaken Mar. 19.
Unique Fund Raising Effort Under
Aegis of Beach Young Adult Group;
Gabies Kicks off at Weissel Home
One of the most unique fund I Meanwhile, all records for ad-
raising efforts undertaken by vanced gifts in an area campaign
young men and women in the i were smashed here last week at a
Greater Miami community is the big gifts kickoff social held in
annual auction sale sponsored by Coral Gables at the home of Mr.
Temple Emanu-El Young Adu'ts and Mrs. Sam Weissel. 4620 Grana-
r""P- | da blvd. Meyer A. Baskin. chair-
Each year, the Young Adu'ts man of the Coral Gables area cam-
conduct a "CJA Auction and Fun paign, expressed satisfaction with'
Night." at which time valuable the preliminary giving in this in-
merchandise and unusual prizes portant residential area and urged
are auctioned off to the highest every Jewish family living in Coral
bidder with all proceeds going to ( Gables to come forward and match
the Combined Jewish Appeal. I the splendid record set by the big
On Wednesday evening. Apr. 11,'gifts group,
in the Temple Emanu-Fl sochl, The group of key workers con-
hall, a variety of items will go on tributed gifts in excess of $60,030,
the auction block as the highlight more than a 25 percent increase
of the evening's entertainment over last year,
all for the cause of CJAs many j Assisting We. -el were Nat Win-
beneficiaries. 'okur president of Coral Gables
Chairman of the evening will be Jewish Center; Lou Goldman, tp
president Fred Perlman. who an level leader in the Winter Resi-
nouneed the following merchan- dents Division; Dr. David Kirsh,
disc ready to go to the highest bid- co-chairman of Physicians' Division
der: a trained parakeet complete in Miami; and Harold Thurman,
with cage, an aquarium with trop- \ former chairman of Federation's
ical fish, several free weekends at budget committee and prominent
Miami Beach hotels, wearing ap-
parel and many other attractive
items.
communal worker.
Also serving on the committee
were Dr. David Gateman. Morris-
Assisting Perlman with arrange- Belgrade, Morris Simon. Theodore
tnenta will be Miss Brandy Colin. I Berman and Morris Slachter.
Eugene Kaplan. 817 85th st..
will become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day. Apr. 7. at North Shore
Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate. Barry
attends religious school of the
Center and is an eighth grade
student at Nautilus Junior High.
Reception is planned by family
at Bel Aire hotel Saturday eve-
ning.
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Ph. Jf 1-3112 Ph. UN 6 6171
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lerfeMa
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32m4 rear Mimmi 3eex*
Dr. Shmid Clinic
A co-ordinated system of Non-Surgical
Treatments for Hi* Restoration to
Normal Function of the
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CALL
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28 SOUTHWEST TlNTH fjTPtoIKT
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PH. 9-3401
AL MEIDENStnO. Owner
so easy to buy
with your MORRIS BROS/
Revolving Charge Account
pay nothing down ... 1/3 your balance
oach month and NO CARRYING CHARGE
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73 E. FLAGIER
PNONI 124441


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+Jewis*ncrklton
II
Open House at Dade Federal Branches
To Mark 125th Anniversary ot Industry
Three braneh offices of Dade more than 63.000." I.ipton -aid.
Federal Savings and Loan As-n of "Dade Federal ha- hut two pn
Iftiami will hold open hou-e tor mary functions to perform under
depositors and the public from 9 its Federal Charter promotion Of
am. to 8 p.m., Wednesdaj Apr. 11. thrift and providing
it was announced this week.
home financing tor all who seek
owner-hip Savings accounts ln|
Dade Federal are Insured to si".
000 each hy the Federal Sav I
and Loan Insurance Corporation.
,m agencj ol the federal govern
Mir.'- m Hade Federal
earn liberal dh idends twice a
for thrift) members at the current
he
Joseph If. I.ipton. president of
the association, -aid that the ooen
hou-e will he part of the in-titu-
tion's celebration ot the 120th an-
niversar) oi the founding of the
and loan business, which i>
being observed nationall) through-
cut pri rate ot .i percenl per annum
Lipton -aid that the open hou-e ,.,.,]
ive all visitors to the associa 0thef M,njf(,^ of ,h wvlna
(ton a 'behind-the-scenes ook al gMt||Uon im.,.ll)(. ,,IIN im
the(,Hia.,o-1,lthein-.;u>.on-) ,,
Lipton said that hroughou he moderniatlona nomea such
nati.. savings and loan ^associa- repay.bl( i } month-
tiens are joining in the 128th anni- ,,,. s.. ,.... Boxes
versary celebration. are available al loi annu
He also said that the anniversary ,,(lIn (m. Allapatah and Tamiami
celebration was an appropriatte oc |ril,,i,r Cheques, US
easion for the public to gel better savings Bond- banks.
acquainted with the association, save-by-Mail plan and other re
Jriday, April 6
Food Fair Contract
For TV Program
lated services are also available at
all Dade Federal offices
Lipton -aid that a cordial wel-
come i- extended to all residents in
the area ot the three hranche- to
visit the hranch office-, and to get
tinted ith the personnel and
and how it work- to serve the com-
munity through the provision of
thrift and home financing services.
The first saving! and loan BSSO
ciation was organized in Phil
phia in 1031 The business grew
steadily the tir-t lu yean ol it-
(M-tcnce. reaching a pre-depre- ie services provided."
Mon peak of S8.800.0W.0O0 in 1930. j Refreshments w.ll he I at
it- most rapid growth ha- taken!the three offices all day long.
i lace since World War il Since There will he souvenirs, and all
t!)4). when a--et-were $10 billion,'who attend maj register their
the size ol the business ha- quadra and address hi a guest hook
pled to in present size ol -S4n bil- t.. make them eligible at
lion. I'M;- m ij i
i! th ol n ide i UP to H P':' Wednesday,.
reflected in the outstanding Apr
Seated left. A. J. Maloff, vice president and general manager
of Food Fair Stores Southern Division; (seated on right) Elmer
Flagler. account executive of WGBS-TV; (standing, left to right)
Maurice Held. Food Fair general merchandising manager;
Sy Freedman, account executive of Bert Claster Television
Productions of Baltimoie. _________
Silver Greeted By Beach Official;
Declares Yeshiva 'Great Contribution'
lh t .
ices, the downtov
Firs! .<''
h at 1400 W.
h on the
w 8th -t and a brai i
1 '. \\v 7th ave.
si, with res urci
88 million dollars, i- the
-a\ ings and loan asso-
ciation in the United state-, and
it has a family Of savings ane) home
loan members now numbering
A highlight ol th das u:;| he
e ol a i' leral
h personnel m costumes of
the 1631 period, tnd they will be
l to open -a\ ingS accounts
or discuss home financing all
throui ii the open bouse celebra-
I con-ider Yeshiva Cniver-ity.
With it college of arts and -ciinee-.
it- rabbinical academy and the
mammoth new Albert Kin-tern
College oi Mciiii ine, to Im> the
greatest contribution the Jewish
people ha\e made in the twentieth
century New York education
hoard pre-i.lent < harle- 11. Silver
said in Miami Beach thi- week.
Silver, who also i- pre-i'lent ot
Beth I-rael hospital and a ti
of Yeshiva, was honored Mar. 29
at a reception in the Sterling ho-
tel. Isidor F.tar served as chair-
man of the meeting.
Silver was also to be feted Thurs-
day night at Waldman's Crown ho-
ld with, with fellow tru-tci H\
man Kolko and Sol Furst in charge
of the reception.
Silver was greeted at the Miami
International airport upon his ar-
rival by Beach Councilman Harold
Shapiro Councilman Shapiro and
Silver have worked together in sev-
eral functions for the university
and the Albert Einstein College.
"Yeshiva i- more than a citadel
Beginning Apr. a,
Stores will sPonsorFo
school on television.
**W the nnmper Room -
program will appear f^ J
week on Station WGBSrVfl
Maloff. vice president and
manager of Pood Fair
Southern Division, stated ttL
^ftbe contract signing 3
Romp.-,- Roon has reeB?
acclaim in 33 large citiwh-i
it is currently seen throughoil
country.
Maloff said i( ,. f(
furni-hed kmdcniarten nn Z
-ion. Beach daj five local ehik
and a teacher join |n p^ f
stories and trvitiea
cially designed lor the'
schooler.
During the work the tc
shows things to make, thanl
learn and shows pre -chooss
right from wrong with the h*bl
Mr. Do Bee and Mr Don't Bet|
Food Fair selected this .
Rram." added Maloff, 'because!
believe mothers will apprsjL
what it can do for their childreal
make them better little cRi
and to help prepare them lot f
early school days
of culture and learning. It J
rael's beacon light of peacei
understanding, shining a- ail
spiration for all mankind into
the dark place- oi the world,"
' Silver.
He also conferred with
in the Dade county public
-\ -tern. "You face n:anv i
i same problenu thai wc caatj
New York." he noted.
^k-%
ZZJCJ
Xv3GUST BROS r^
** I eh HT'
13 the BEST
Costa Rican Rabbi
Lectures Here
Babbi He-chcl Kleplish. < ,..(>
Rican spiritual leader here on a
vacation, was guest speaker
at Her Yiudiaher Forum Saturday
hi Kne-rih I-rael Congre-
'
Babbi Klepli-h discussed "Song
ol Songs of King Solomon.'' The
ker i- a former ntajor in the
British Arm) during World War
II where he served in the chap-
laincy He i- the author of numer-
Jn Harmony ou>' 'k
Ir :' Lesser Named Assistant
I I ration. A CM
Director of NCCJ Group
'' sad i. Leaser baa been n
i reen green grass it n
to all :t I
i uon on Community

*
A memorial it one of the motf im-
! you drill ei ti malte
/ t froti an establish-

ate .
MEMORIALS Of tNDURING BEAUTY
H. Abroms, General Manager
DADE MONUMENTS INC
3241 S.W. 8th St. Miami
Ph. HI 4-2018
uned
assistant director of the Commis-
Organixations
of tin National Conference ol
Christiana and Jew-, it was an-
nounced Wednesday by Harold
Iman in New York, national
chairman ol the commission.
In hi- new i -er will work
with the commission din
Louis \ Badelet, in obtaining the
coop..rat ion oi traterr.al. can la
bar, reteraa, farm, women's and
youth groups in building good will
understanding amon
tion's racial and religious groups
MAIN OFFICE
43 N.E. Fu.tAvenuo
LOCATIONS
AUAPATTAH BRANCH
1400 N W. 36th Street
FOR 'OUR
Complete and Dependable Title Service
M
IAMI TITL*
& Obstruct Co.
25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Title Insurance Policies of
Kansas City Title Insurance Ce.
Capital, Surplus t Reserves
Exctt* S3.000.000
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 9-1892
TAMIAIU BRANCH
1901 S Vt E.ghth Street
C0KVWINCS
DADE FEDERA
reminds you to
SAVE
by the 10th
EARN
from the 1st
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS Accounts
opened or funds added to accounts
on or before April 10th will earn
dividends from the first of April.
EDISON CENTER BRANCH
J/97 N.W Sevan.* Avenue
"EVENING HOURS-
FREE Parking AT AU OFFICES
I Main O'fxe open on L.
I'onchet on Fudoyt to
4 W'"S ~~^^^^^^^^^~~
??><* At Dodo rederal your Savings art
PM by on Aency of the rVdrol 0~**
OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 88 MILLION DOLLARS


Ly. April ft 1956
)rkin Notes
Ws Expansion.
|An unparalleled year of growth
V development w achieved by
, Orkin EaterminaUag Company
i^g UBS. accordta. to Otto
., founder and president.
-ong the more important de-
lPniont". Orkin said, were ex-
isj0n l" 'I"' wesl ('"us, wi,n ,ne
ibli-hment of offices serving
and the State of Cali-
k completion of the largest
|t (unuuaiKm operation ever at-,
Jed, the largest volume of |
,s jn the history of the company
S15.634.4Jt] 06, monthly pest
itroi accounts exceeded the
000 mark (nol includinfl tar-
contract-: for the fiscal year,
more than 30 new offices were
ibli>hed as central service loca-
^JntMnurMton
. ... BAUL MARINOFF
mm
OtttTMAHMKS
Page 9B
. i -. i
MU
"ml
j comment im: on the sales per-
nance of the company, Orkin
led that the record-breaking
repre>ent(il an increase of
I percent or S3.218.619.06 over
Iprevious year. "Total sales for)
[company during the year 1955'
I more than double the similar
Lre fur the year 1951. which
unted S7.032.498,-' Orkiu ex-
ited.
oration- in the state of Cali-
aiacommenced in early summer
the world's largest tent
ligation job, "Inch was featur-
|in Life magazine, Over 24,000
Bds of methyl bromide gas was
in fumigating the 3.500,000
|k foot structure of the J. B.
firm in Fresno, C'al. It took
11 acre* of tarpaulins to cover
I structure in which grain was
The Khapra beetle, a new
plem in the western United
VU the chief cause of in-i
lation. Other similar operations1
[being conducted now in AH-j
, New Mexico and other parts
lllifornia."
er areas of territorial expan-
i included Nebraska, where Or-
repre>entation had been re-
nted to the mid southern sec-
i n ^0vV,S NEWMAN
> v' Tori, ., .
Mm- :, a. hoanltal H....... .
M wlUXt ANNA ""OMAN
tiled Mai "
inurement*. "'"*'
-o .- MAX H^UHAUS
mum, fcn n
Ahrajn. ai d i. ...,,,. .,, .,
ALEX KATZ
of :-. BW 6th v, afed Mai tl nl
;"""" "'' moved r,..... .
tour rear. ao, i ... .,,,,,.,, ,,.
and r,
E*2* '"'"' "lee. were In New
Srtaw?: """ ,;'"""" '"""' """"
...... Ml,
^e-iArLs
,, .EMANUEL R. HART
M. of I BW rth Bl died m
vi.aina in pi h'ivm, h.
' ",." "" Iprlne;.
" ,M M" ivellna
"man Rurvlvora nclud
allot, three brother* Including
at. Miami Boa. h thru si,,,,,. i.
rtudlna
nl i tranrii hild
ion n r
""""' with burial in Mi Blnal Cam.
CHARLES F LESH
..... Maarlort -i Coral Gable*
J '"', i Wtor from Rprinatleld, O
ill. 'I Mar :>7 II,. i,. ,., ,
Ruth, and daughter, Mra. Man n
i..i,* Coral Gable* Hervk ind bir-
mi were In Bprlnffleld, urn, Qordon'i
r mi. ihi id,in, ni i hai ::, I.., all)
ra .MRS 'DA SACKS
'* of ""- Indian Creak rtr i>str
r.-Miii.ni from the Bronx, N v ,ii.-d
,.,'"" ,-' ,RJV'ald( Beach Men
< hapel. Alt.m rd waa in hai
local hi iaiiK.Mii.nls.
T3 of ..,.J?-S!;PH "OSSINOW
VSTt
T-. f I. MuRK, SHARLACH
SAMUEL STEIN
ho 5}^, -
3on??iul > :""'
iK:
MRS. MIRIAM BENSMAN
' '' u<]< 'In-il Mai II Rh .
Mich The
Hetrolt th \. ',. ,
,f i.^u* ,-F,ANN,E WOLPERT
'' "Isi L'," "' "**. died Mai
- ana hail been r .
omlna from N..v
Include two daua/htern Mr*
B iihowak) and Mr, s.,n, s,iV
two alatera, Indudlna
' '' I" "ii" in, U i i : iwn
lehlldren and th..... JreaT krand-
" Hervlcei. were Mar /
Oordon i uneral n
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOB DISCRIMINATING FAMIUES
5505 N.W. 3rd at
Phone MO 1-8201
SERVING MIAMI JEWRY
with HONOR and DIGNITY
/or OVER 25 YEARS


11955. operations were extend-
|lo York. Pa., maktriR the 28th
i erved from coast to coast,
I District (if Columbia and the
fcd of Cuba.
Wdquarters fur the firm, which
Mablished in 1901, is at 713
ttaehtree si Atlanta, Ga.
tin Rated that in keeping
l the territorial expansion, the
Iber of personnel at peak sea-
* reached 2.600 Orkin predict
m there would be over 3.000
pors.mnel by the end of
HARRY BERLIN
.4. 6/MM BW ifitii at., who came hare
Naahvllh Tenn died laal .-. k
"" were Mm ?s ii (;ol
Iiin.-ral Home, mih burial In Nash
vine. Siirv Ivon Im lude two nor
and Philip; r..m dauKhtera, Includina
.Mlnnli- and Raylle Berlin; and never
rrundchililrrn
on Work Scheduled
R Decline and Fall of the
^/fipire. by Gibbon, will
"book under discuaaion when
p* >ear Great Hooks discus-
I group meets ,he Miam.
r.> Monday evening,
| 'he local yroup is affili-
*n the National Great
'Itwndation which sponsors
r8 an,d discussion of great
P ln literature.
DAVID I. BRODY
73. of ISI BE Ird si w t,......... here
i yeara uko from [tea Mu i- l.i
died Mu .:." He e/aa i ral red manu-
facturer of m.ns clothina and ,i- r
member of Bllce lodse Maaone and
ter Miami contract bridae club
Burvlvort his wife, Mlllan two
dauchtera, Mrs \\u Bonn i i Bi tti
Rrodj two brothi r-. and I
children Ber> lce
M ilnee, with i lordon i ineral
Ilom,. in charge >, all
MRS. LOUELLA M. TURNFR
Alton nl died Mai !* In a
hoapltal. Bhe had ;
lent for jo i eara and i~ iui > h '!
bj a daughter, Ka' Bei
Mar. :'T In KI.ikI. i Memorial I'ok
SIDNEY A. HECKT
7, of r.';'i rim- t......Ii db .i m u
Hen pen were Mar IS In Newman-
rjurdon funeral Hume.
Brandeis University Receives
Million Dollar Science Grant
WALTHAM. Mass. Brandeis
University this week received a
SI,000,000 grant for science re-
search purposes, the largest single
gift to the university in its eight-
year history.
The grant, from the Dorothy H.
and Lewis S. Rosenstiel Founda-
tion, was announced by Lewis S.
Rosenstiel, chairman of the board
of the Schenley Industries, Inc. It
will be used to establish what will
be known as the Dorothy Rosen-
stiel (enter.
This research center will be
housed in the Hayden Science bldg.
under construction on the Brandeis
campus to be completed by Sep-
tember. Rosenstiel said the new
research center would emphasize
basic research in biochemistry
with specific reference to glandu-
lar disorders.
MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-343f
IKE GORDON. Licensed Funeral Director
O"
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
IQNATZ LEFKOWITZ
IK. of m:i Collins im-.. wloter i
ri ..in the Bronx, N V died Mai
Newman-Oordon fSineral Horn, irai
in ohajga nf local arranfemenu
m & MACK
Radiators Cleaned,
*Pired 4 Exchanged
Lt itd;
I*" "' Manufactured ani
' ,6ranteed in Mi~-
2014 U in Wllm
m N.W. 2nd AVENUE
pbone 92603
* Griffin
F Electric Co.
11 *n*tm i mm
120 S-W. 4th $.
Mi. 9-2477
HORACE W. ROTHMAN
'. of IM I Hi -i i.sni.nl here
for i coming from Phlladel-
l'i died M.u B He .i rep
tatlve of neveral furniture pom-
i...in.m B H % iv Ina << m* wife,
ami ton, Robert Bervlcaa and burial
ware in rhii.nl MRS. ANNA GROSSMAN
!. of 1441 s\v Tih si .ii..I Mar II
Khe leaves bar buaband, \\'..if Berv-
Iom and burial ware in New York.
with Oordon lin.rai Home In rharfe
of lora! ai i alo-i-'r. Ml I
SIDNEY KURLANO
44. of ;.1!is SW JIli l.i ,i\i" of lh.'
charter fishing boat btylva, died Mai
-:!. He oum hi 11 fi^ i] fi om
Uona laland, N If and i mber
J Vali,i l.,.!:.. Knbrhti of Pythlaa
sui \ \\ Ina -ii hli a lie, Mi
Sheldon; daughter, Unda i".. broth-
Completion Date for Colonial
Inn Set in Early July
Completion date for the $4,500.-
000 Colonial Inn, Miami Beach
oceanfront motel. ha> been set for
July, according to the ('haves Con-
struction Co., general contractors.
The 252-room resort will be lo-
cated on 500 feet of ocean frontage
at Collins ave. and 180th st in
Sunny Isles. Each room will have
a private balcony, and 80 of the
rooms will be apartment and pent-
house suites. Maxwell Co. will do
the furnishing.
Teen Agers to Assist
Teen agers of Beth Emeth Con-
gregation met Tuesday evening.
Committee, headed by Sybil Silver-
stein, was formed to help the con-
gregation clear the land for its new
Imine at 122nd st. and NW 2nd ave.
On the committee are Billy Weiss
land Howard Weinberg.
''Miami's Leading
Sming the Jewish
MIAMI'S ONi
AND ONLY
JEWISH
MONUMENT
BUILDERS
CATERING
EXCLUSIVELY
TO THE JEWISH
CLIENTELE
Why Pay More? Buy for
All Monuments Custom Made
Memorial Dealers"
Community Since 1926
GUARANTEED
FINEST QUALITY
MONUMENTS
AT LOWEST PRICES
IN MIAMI I
GRAVE MARKERS
HEADSTONES
FOOTSTONES
Only $35.00
Less at Palmer's and Save!
in Our Own Shops Within 3 Days I
0
3277 7* II SOUTHWEST 8th STREET
Nexf fo Corner of 33rd Avenue
PHONES: j
HI 6-5921
----
?, Courteous
| j Efficient
?
4
Dignified Service \
If NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME
MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL;
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formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL
Edward T.
cwnian
i
Funeral Director
.333 DADE BOULEVARD
Phone JE 1-7677
MIAMI BEA(


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Frida
y. April 6, \{
i \
I
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Anshe Ernes
Congregation
Y
Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute
Vie JVf. Orthodox
Rabbi Isaac Bvm
Y
Beth Israel Congregation
"<
Rabbi h 1 "' '- Roi r*AN
p.m.
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Congregation
1224 I N'W 7th eve
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Beth Raphael
Congregation
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Israelite Center
3198 SW 24th tor
Rabbi Morion Ma| \\
Cantos Sami bi
nag tervicet 6:50 pJi
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on Topic;
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Y
Kneseth Israel
Congregation
F.ud.d m thodox
Rabbi fw h E Can n
Cai -in\u Siii
evening lenricej 6 p*
morning service*
The Horn
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uaf:.y
Architect's view of Temple Zion when remodeling is completed.
Temple Zion Undergoing Rebuilding to Include Large
CANDltllGHTING Tim
Nisan 25 6:22 pan.
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Beth David Synagogue
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Coral Gables Jewish
Center
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Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center
50 N'W }1| p|
Rahui Li
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Hebrew Academy
918 nth ^t
Rabbi Al i IANDI H Cl
Y
Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center
951 E. 4th avr Conservative
Rabbi Bom- Rm KOVSK1
Y
Homestead Jewish
Center
183 NE 8th >t.. Homestead
Coneriame
Morris Gertz officiates
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Monticello Park
Congregation
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R fBHi I-a> Li ki r
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Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation
SW I2tl
R vbbi Simon Apbji
l i- BbRJ I Kl I I MIR
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Ncrth Dade Jewish Center
11 xie hw >
Rabbi H 'BOI K I
Cantos Mausjci Nbi
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All -^N
Y
North Shore Jewish
Center
75th -t < sum
Rah.i Mayir AbBAMOWITI
Eos uu> K. i
Y
Temple Emanu-El
i\e C.
R ABBi Irving Lbhbm
I':::. B- MMES
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Temple Israel
Rabbi Jacob I
I
Temple Zion in West Miami is
currently undergoing reconstruc-
tion When completed, the Temple
will incorporate facilities valued at
s According to an announcement
Wednesday by Al Fogel. Temple
Don president, the congregations
present building at 5720 SW 17th
t i- having a face lifting." which
includes extending the present au-
ditorium and rearranging the out-
sidc so that pesaan by will see a
intact to converge upon the new
addition. Plans call for the Temple
to be air conditioned throughout.
Decision upon the part of the
congregation to implement Temple
Zion's face lifting was announced
when it changed its name from
West Mismi Jewish Center some
five months ago. Principals on the
building committee have been Saul
Berlin and Max Taube, with Lester
A very the architect.
Present site of the congregation
beautiful facade replete with trop- was erected in 1950. Since that
landscaping and finely-kept. time. Temple Zion's membership
paved grounds. has quadrupled to incorporate
The auditorium will be divided | some 350 families. According to
into two parts, with a permanent, Fogel, the congregation has not
chapel partitioned off for daily use :had a membership drive in the last
and accommodating 450 persons, j year "because of the lack of facili-
For large events, such as during ties to accommodate new mem-
the High Holy Days, the partition btfi."
can be rolled hack to accommodate I "But we are now prepared to
some 1.000 worshippers. | increase our rolls to 500that is.
A principal feature of Temple,as soon as the reconstruction job
Zion's reconstruction will be a new j is completed "
Ann KodeahArk for the Scrolls j Congregation programs include
MT. All classrooms and other an active sisterhood, with a mem-
edueational facilities will remain hership of 200 women. Officers in-
clude the Mesdame- Morns Harris,
president: and Harold Saxe. Al
Lozoff. David Burrows and Al Lam-
pert, vice presidents. As part of
its congregational endeavor, sister-
hood completed the educational

1488/ AMID WAtHU
Wales. He holds degree?
Swansea and Cardiff Colleges
received his rabbinic trainisjj
the Liverpool Talmudic Collet*
building facihtv three months ago. i ... ,. '; '"**
... ... ,,der the direction of Rabbi I J.
in addition to its annual gift of 1 ,______ ., ... ...
Z, -- .w terman. present v chief rabkt
some $1,500 to the congregation. ,. T
_ ... 'Tel Aviv He lues herewith
Temple Zion s religious school.
under the direction of spiritual
leader Rabbi Alfred Waxman, has
a registration of 280 children. The! "ne of ,hc "eat msp
dailv religious school, numbering 1 *"urees for the present
160 students, is operated in two tion job ha been our press
shifts. There are also a Sabbath fogel." Rabbi Waxman q
school, attended each Saturday !He has bet'n President of Ti
morning bv 120 children, who then z,on for ,w"
wife. Lilo. and two girls. FaitkJ
and Martha. 3.
AL F0CEI
p m
a m
i
Tifereth Israel Northside
Center
'-' Mian 1
Rabbi Abraham Hi rSON
Cam rot Al bi ki Glan rz
Fn evenr
Morning services y
Sermon Topic:
family Clenlinr
Y
Temple Sinai
of Hollywood
2030 Poft -t II,
. rite
Rabbi David Shapiro
ros Vi 111 inn Hhi bbai N
I n evening lervica I M p m
Sermon Topic
W,!l Our Toutk Takt Ovm
When We Guest speaker: Loui Schwanrman.
executive director of Bureau of Jewith
Education
at iiioinini: service* 9 ^j^,.
Temple Zion
5W I7rl i :-c\ am t
K M-Bl Al I KM' Wavmas
ft : 1 S p m
Sji mornini 9 a in.
Bar Miuvah: Steven, bm
I Mn ''
Harvey mn <>f
Presacr
Temple Beth Sholom
*m ( Liberal
Rarbi Lbom KaomsH
' R him SB
r
Torah Temple
1254 West j\e Amerujn JuJuitm
Rabbi Abraham CasI
R^BBI LOUIS
Y
Temple Emanu-El
of Ft. Lauderdale
'01 s AndresN eve. Ft Lauderdale
Reform
Rabbi Marks (tANSi
Temple Beth Sholem
of Hollywood
I7?S VI Hollywood
C Rabbi Sami h LrRtR
Y
Zamora Jewish Center
44 Zamora ave Coneritive
Rabbi B. Leon Hubwitz
job Rloolph Brill
take part in regular senices, and a
weekly Sunday school.
"Cognizant of our position as a t
spiritual, cultural and religious
center to the people of West Mia-i
mi. we open our doors to manv,
igroupa who u.* our facilities."
Pogel said Among organizations
meeting at Temple Zion. in addi-
tion to the congrcsation's regular
affiliates, are Jewish War Veter-
ans. B'nai B'nth. United Syna-
gogue Youth and the Boy Scouts
The congregation also maintains
a full> registered kindergarten and
offers its facilities to numerous
youth groups.
Rabbi Waxman. who has been
with Temple Zion for five yeirs.
came here directly from England.
where he had previously and for
nine years. I>ecn spiritual leader of
congregations in Leeds and South
Mark Mortgage
Burning at Zamora
Special assembly Chol-Hamoed
service last weekend at whith Za-
mora Jewish Center celebrated the
mortgage burning of the new-
building lots has been announced
by Abraham Maloff. president, and
Nathan Davidow. chairman of the
board of trustees of the Center.
Mortgage clearance is the gift of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Catsman. early
members of Zamora. honored by
the congregation a year ago when
the second unit of the building
was 'named Catsman hall.
Catsmsn is now building chair-
man of the new Zamora Temple
to be erected on its adjacent lots.
John Bigman is assistant chairman.
Details of the new Temple sanc-
tuary were announced at the spe-
cial service, according to Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz, spiritual leader of
Zamora.
In additi
has been assisted by Bernard I
wort, first vice president:
Dresner, second vice pre
Albert Lynn, nnancia! seen
Hy Potash tn isurer; and
Rubin, corresponding secreuijl
Brooki Unveiling
The 1 si 11
the Mr
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parent-. Mr
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Services
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Dade M
Chaige ol arrai y-.nj' r
and relative* art a>kedto
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April 6, 1956
?Je*lstiFk>r/rUnn
"uutv JUDOeS' COURT
"COrOPToADE COUNTY
>0 ((JpRB0BATE. NO. 36133-B
> 5b MltiQS, 1'.craned
JH'Jt TO CREDITORS
.NOTICE '" VM penom II IT-
|&2W".na Again* SUI..
,,.(i of you nre hereby
". M.......,i to present uny
[the.
LEGAL NOTICE
. ", reaiilr-'l l Present "">'
* il* demand" which >'''"
" ?n if mv ha "'< ,ne
1 L\(K HIO*Jg. decen.-
'"'^V I
ii<*
b|, -"OH M lllf

I.I
[M "f 1'i'l
I heir nf-
houae In Made
'Xh'!''""''"'""eight calender
,.f the first pllb-
>n M* .1 address of
JT, an.I to I"' WOTB to am
nli^or. .Id. or same
I
M?r.'..n,o-i- niTCIII
lit of
133.16 of the
NOTICE TO CREDITOR";
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES Court
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 37MO
In it.- ROTATE OF 4,5,Q*
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11 B
NOT'CE X22R, f'CT.T.OUS
Ida, to the lion Ml
County Judife ..r l>,,d.. County, i
n> "' "sine in hla office in he
Count} Courthouse in Dade County
Florida, wiil.ln elchl calendai month*
.inKRT IHTCIIINSON.
......< -he \*l Will
&3$?K%nh* Decani
kNNHEIMER
Jn Road
Bwich. Florida
,., (or Executor
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|g HEREBY OIVEN that
Enkned. desiring to enae In
JTSer the fictitious name of
AY lR(IHCTA at P. O.
Coral able. 14, 11a. Intends
i L,i,l name with the clerk
Circuit Court <>f Dade County.
PHIMI' CANTOR, Owner
I-4/J-U ________
TUNDER FICTITIOUS
"NAME LAW
,rK is HEREHY CIVEN that
wtened. desiring to engage in
IBder the fictitious jam* of
(SWIM'S BAR at 'iX3 N.F1
imiue. Intend lo register .aid
jlth Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
i Hi Ilaile Cniintv. Florida.
|0' ERNEST .1. RENZI
PATSY AM iV
jftftOARS
y> lor Alipliennta
lailer St.
1- < 6-11 __________________________.._,
OTICE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of
Jl IN AND FOR DADE
TY IN CHANCERY NO. 1U177.
[PR1VKTT. Plaintiff,
[E W PRIVETT. Defendant
DIXIE W PRIVETT
J Wiihlngtoti Ave.
MrhMue. New York
required I w i ve a cory of
anrpr t" the Rill of Complaint
i the plaintiff's attorn*].
wr in the
forth* C Circuit '
before Ihe 161 h daj of April.
|J5; oil I'll of Com-
11 tofore filed
jil i confessed by
at Miami. Florida, this the
Mof Msrrh.
y. B u:\thhkman.
Tlerk "f the Circuit Court.
Dtdr County, Florida
B) OAN COCRNOYER,
ril Court B 11, puty Clerk
"N A FRIBDM \N
iff
rls Miami, Horlda

.,.............. .,,,,-,nini months
from the date of the first publication
'"'of Said claim, or di
contain. Hi-' legal adores, of th claim
ant and to he .worn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will lie barn I
IHite March |5, A !> lr,6.
Ki'M'-K 1:1:1.1,k Bl! rUBfl
As Executrix of the l.ast Will
and Testament and Codicil of
ODIN tDOAB HITLER.
ROTrTBNBJOM minus- D,nn,Ma
Attorneys for Executrix
3/23-30 4/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
____ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREIIY GIVEN that
the underslitned, desiring to enuage In
business under the fictitious nan
GOI.PEN <:i.AHES T \" \. A|'|'l I-
ANCK HBKVICH. at X7.S N\V i70,h
Terrace. North Miami, Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of [i,l.
Co inly. Florida.
MONROE RBE8B
KOVNER A MANNHETMBR
Attorney, for Monroe Reese
3/23-30 4/6-13
T(i FLORIDA
' oauae t.......
Of .lime,
!:r'"U""iV '!' '......-........'Chap-
Hea.-h. I >.!.. COUnty. ill the
. L T. ''o'lda, and
Mockholdera of sui h
whereas the
corporation did
OTICE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF
I'DA IN AND FOR DADE
|TY IN CHANCERY. No. 18*432
1BB3EY Plaintiff,
P i:s BERET,
I '. fill'latlt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I
111 W| Elm
iroioii li i 'onn
or
ami Address I'nknown
li I that a Bill
Wlni for Divorce has been
i..mired
* "i II Answer or
to ihe Bill of Complaint on
\..... III'.NKY M
Street, Mia
Wrlj. and file th.....iglnal An-
- I leilliii! in ti. office of the
on or baton
' April, l:, If you fall
III ill he
the relief de-
mit.
ihlished once
-eeutlve week.
li- ,v,LMI "-ORIDIAN
WANtj ,.|:i.;i:k|i at Miami.
I'm .'"Hi ,!., of March. AD.
E B LEA rHERMAK. Clerk
Dade County.
! n W HTOCKINO,
Clerk,
On. CAIN
'. Phrl 11
Plaintiff
-i -n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious natn,. of
QENERAL, AMERICAN TKAIUM;
CO. (NOT INC.), at 4B10 N\v ;,h
Avenue. Miami. F'lm Ida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
l".* ,<."'rcu,t Court of Dade County.
Florida.
OEOROIO ICER
KOVNER MANNIIE1MER
Attorneys for General American
Trading (\i. (Not Inc I,
1/23-30 4/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HERBS NEWS CENTER, at II? S I:
1st Avenue. Miami. Horlda. intend to
register said iiami- with the Clark Of
the Circuit Court of I>ndc County
Horlda.
IIYM \\ W0I,F"80N
AIDA woi.fs'in, i iwnen
LBONARD KM.isii
Attorney fur Applicants
lftni DuPonl lildg.
3/28-80 4/6-13_____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslriiiK to engage In
business under the fictitious nan
DADE LAUNDROMAT, at ES03 8.W.
Sth Street. Miami, Horlda. Int.nil t..
register sn with the clerk Of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BENJAMIN ISSENBERG
Ri iBE IKSENBERG, Sole Owner.
LBON KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicant.
Se>iioi.i Building
3/23-30 4/6-13
'" ''- ISM. day of mhic, a" '
WrT, '" '"/"-I I" the office of tS
I 'orlda. a Onamt of all the stock-
old, rv unde, the provUrlon. of M|d
hapterei.S ,.,, pi., Statutes, showing
the dissolution of mi, h corporation
siuiT'i t,,,T,-fo:<'. the Secretary of
Mate does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied that the
pUed Wfth "' 'i,W h:'V'' '"*" """"
IN WITNESS WHBRSOP, I have
hereunto set my hand and have affix-
ed th.- Great s.-ai ol the state of Plori-
the Capital, this
day of March,
'I- ^it Tallahassee,
the Twenty-Eighth
AD. I
(Seal) A' ORAY' s-'l'^v or state.
See or Phone HI*
NAT GANS
Pi. Ft 3^616 HI 6-9911
lift INSURANCt NttDS
Metreaeliton Life laturance Co.
3200 S.W. 3rd Ae.-"of 5 Poinfs'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nai
CARGO UNLOADING CO (not
at 309 Professional llldg Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to retrtotei Mid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Cuort of Dade
County, Florida
SIH TAI'BER, owner
MILTON A I'Hi HUM AN
Attorney for Applicant
BeyboM Bldg.
:i 16-23-30 4'6
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NsaatJr'l Ylddhjh Cla..ical Hour
*ill be heard every Sunday from
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Two New Feature.
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Featuring Simon Wolff
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.IDA
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F HONIGSBI I
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am, Of I
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I 'our. house In
W Mii.a."./""" .'he .Ute of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF: IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the iiniliirsigneil, de.lring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RED HORSE TAVERN, at (33 S.W
",7th Avenue, Miaiiii. Florida, Intend,
to reglater amid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
I.IUIAN DeCASTRO
KESSI.ER r; Alts
Attorneys for Applicant
1762 w. Plaster Street '
3/16-23-30 4/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the 11. tin. ,
SPEEDWAY BAR. at 346 N W. 7th
Street. Miami. Florida. Intend, to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
HHIRDEY LORRY WINDON. owner
KEBBLER OARfl
Attorneys for Applicant
1781 W. Flagler 8treet
3/16-23-30 4/6
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"" hereof. said
ontaln the le.l
fa iL ,7, nfnr.imkl.
KE2F5**K*n s/k/a
"-u-io 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37612-B
In It. ESTATE i'l
MARION COWAN. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
E"t*t': ,. -.K..
Y..11, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to pic-nt an>
claims and demands which you. or
either of vou. mav have against me
estate Of MARION CtlW.XN. deceased
lite of Dade Cunty Flm Ida. to the
Honorable County Judges of Hade
County, and file the same In their of-
In the Countv Courthouse In
Dade Countv, Fiorina, within eight
l,r months fn.m the date or the
flisl iiulillcatloii hereof Saul 1 la ic- 01
demand! to contain the legal nd
of the claimant and be iWdni to
and |u es. nt. d as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Dated M 'I' !!..
EliW A It I COW AN .1U
As Ens ulor of the l*"t JJ HI
and Testament of MABION
COWAN, leceased.
MVIltS HEIMAN \ K M'l.AN
'.(> He\li,.!.l Bid*. Miami. Ho
Atlornevs for EDWARD CUW AN
3/lJ-SS 4/6-1*
"Mcwisli Forum
On The Air"
Every Sunday10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Station: WMIE (1140 on dial)
With Various feafurei
reduced end OitttU by
SIMON SEIDEN
503 S.W. 17ffc Are Pfc. I2-54M
COMING TO NEW YORK?
Stay ot rhii ewdera J*-
itory hotel. AH rooeit
ouliidt eipoivre. lorge.
beowillwlly fvrniih.ee
room wlm UKk-!
eaelle, prUote
both. freeiSUM
lolly. Two room
Mih free) Jl
IPECIAl mONTHlT
MM
^^BEAfOX
Sroodwoy ol 75ie St.. New v^
0,, wi.Me. mutm >*^**
lecal Notice
... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
cN cT,.iE.,-CIRCU,T COURT OF THE
I. ^o.Ee.N.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 1882>8
UJCIA HANBBN, Plaimlff,
EltANK HANBEN, Defendant.
TO: PRANK HAN8BN
Resideme Unkonwn
reipilred to serve n top* of
your answer to the BIN oi Complaint
roi Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
Jd to file the original answer in the
ol the Clerk of the Circuit
court on or before the ttrd das of
APrll, AH. m:,.;. oil,,-, wise, the Mill
of complaint for Dlvori a, heretofore
'.....' 'o'eiii, will he taken a. con-
I. \ you
Dated at Miami. Horlda. this the
l.ith da> of March,
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
ci.i k of ti,^ Circuit Court,
i' ide i bounty, Florida.
. "i B ,! WYNN,
f< Ircult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
.Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor
MILTON A. KRIF:DMA'N
ION Sc.ibol.l 1:1.1m Miami. Ma.
3/23-30 4/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTTCB is HEREBY OIVBN that
the underslftned. desiriag to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SPECTRUM ENTERPRISES, at num-
ber X2 N.W. 27th Avenue In Ihe City
of Miami, Florida, Intend to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Or, ult Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 23rd
day of March. 1J6.
EDWARD B. SCHULZ
LESLIE li KOVAD
Euual Partner.
3/30 1/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is herf:by oiven that
the underslKned. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BISHOP AMCSEMENT COMPANY,
at :.lii N.W. 6th Street. Miami. Flor-
ida. Intends to reidstcr said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
,. BOSE DESEDEUIO, Owner
MORTON M, l:,-;c.i:i.
Attorney for Applicant
H"4 His..i vne llldg.
3/30 I ;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HFIREHY (IIYEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualness under the fictitious name of
GATOR GREETINGS, at 1613 Alton
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, intends
to reglater the said name with the
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, I'lorida.
Dated at Miami Beach, Florida, this
12th day of March, 1956.
HOI I SToXE
A. Brim ri'TI.KIt,
Attorney for Applicant
101 Aln.ley Bldg., Miami, Florida
3/23-30 4/6-13
A burglar ransacks
your house.
Does your Insurance
cover th* loss of all
that's stolen or
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Iv confirmed the recent report that Egyptian officers have been tra'
in Poland. Both the Egyptian Government and the press have neen
reticent t make comment since the disclosure that some 200 Egyptians
were being trained at a Soviet base in Poland in the use of radar and .
modern war weapons At the same time it was reported here by in-
formed sources that the Soviet Union had offered to finance an Arab
project for the development of the Jordan River.
TUNIS (JTA>The Jewish Community Council of Tunis appealed
here to all eligible Jews in this city and in the country at larue to VOtt
in the general elections for the first Tunisian Legislative Assembly At
the same time, the Ministry of Education declared a two-day holiday
for Jewish teachers and pupils for the PusOVOT festival. There are
some 18.500 Jews eligible to vote in the elec'ions 12.500 in this city and
6,000 in the rot of the country.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
PARIS (WN6 Establishment of an emgarfo on arms to the Middle
bl) through the United Nations iras in Premier
Guj Mollet at a conference with a group of more than 40 American edi-
tors Idio commentators on their way back from a tour of the
Middle East The French Premier asserted that "until now we have not
taken the n>;ht path in the Middle East Cautioning against permitting
the Soviet Union to appear as benefactor of underdeveloped countries
the Premier noted that some U.S aid "has been SO badly administered
that instead >' making friends it caused the beneficiaru- to dislike
found This would place the fragments at 73 C E.. when the Romans
destroyed Herod's Palace, or earlier, thu, providing additional proof
of the a^e ol the Dead Sea Scrolls.
TEL AVIV (JTA)Egypt and its Arab allies will "almost certainly
attack Israel in the next few months unless Israel receives "immediate
Iv and in sufficient quantity" the arms needed to deter such aggres-n.
war Prime Minister David Ben Gurion warned here. In a two-hour
address before the convention of Histadnit, Israels Federation of Labor,
Mr Ben Gurion emphasized the war danger facing Israel by declaring
that Egvpt has now received through its purchases in Communist coun
tries 200 fast MIC. jet fighters. 60 twin-engined HyUshin jet bombers.
dozens of heavy tanks and a number of submarines.
HAIFA (JTAiForty-two East European Jews arrived here aboard
the SS Jerusalem, the largest group of Jews from behind the Iron
Curtain to come to Israel in years Sixteen of the immigrants were from
the Soviet Union, 18 from Poland, five from Hungary and three from
Czechoslovakia Ane Elks. 79. of Mohilev Podolks. one of the new ar
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these supporters are inspired by the alleged anti-Semitism of its found-
M... reoorted here by the defence commit'ee of the Board of
Deputies of British Jews The report, submitted to the Boards monthly
me. 'it on to note, however, that :n vi'-w of the fact that interest
ha< also been shown in it by certain organizations and individuals.
.rue is n<
MUNICH JTA A local German labor court h.i< rejected a suit
bro linsl the Munich Jewish Communitv bv its former rabbi
Dr. Aron Ohrenstein, who claimed that the notice of dismissal served
upon him in late 1954 after a vote to that effect bj the kehillah board
was invalid Dr. ohrenstein w.i> discharged, with three months' no-
tice, after his one-year sentence for fraud had been confirmed by the
I man Supren I He and his followers have since that time
lucted a campaign to compel his reinstatement
PARIS IT \ Mgerian Jewish businessmen are beina threatened
. death if 'hey do not contribute a state I sum to the "National Army
Liberation." it was reported here One Jewish businessman
in Oran reci time the amount which he must pay at
1.000.000 franees He Stas warned that ret ml, or transmission of in-
thc n-k of death. The letter directed
that the >um he paid ow ne of the businessman's i es
named in the lett W hinted that his family would suffer if
payment is not m.
ON THI AMERICAN SCENE
WASHINGTON '! \ Sen Herbert H Lehman h: 1 the
ment for having taken no action about the Saudi Arabia
lewish w nt the Dhahran air ba-e in Saudi Arabia jnd
discrimination against American Jewish bu hi At lh -
tinv United States to stud) the possibility
of bi off commen a as a nv
'he ban.
OTTAWA H" \ I .rnment has submitted claims
1 >r Bulgaria in connection w:th the death of (our Montreal
dents all Jews, who were aboard the El Al passenger plane shot
n D] Bulgari I -ummer. it was announced here. The
ouncement. which did not spacify the amount of damasjM reo m ited,
said the clam n filed through the British Legation in Sofia.
boulder. Col. JTA)Fraternities] and soroi the Univeni-
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restrictions baaed 00 rate, color or religion by September 1. \'M>2 or
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crimination vai adopted bj the Board of Regent- after a day-long B
ing Spokesmen for the Creek lattei aipi uid that elimination of
criminatory restriction- would mean that national fraternities would
be forced to quit the campu-
HAVANA, Cuba JTA For the first time in the history of the
Jewish community of Cuba, a delegate will proceed from here to a
World Zionist Congress The delegate. Baruch Shames, former presi
dent of the Jewi-h National Fund of Cuba, was elected to represent the
Zionist movement here at the 24th World Zionist Congress which will
be held in Jerusalem next month.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
JERUSALEM i.JTA> Reports that negotiations are under way for
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JERUSALEM (JTA)The discovery of important archaeological
finds in the area of Massada where King Herod's Palace once stood
was announced here by Dr Yochanan Aharoni. Israeli archaeologist
He announced that some broken pottery and papyrus fragments con-
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r. April 6 1956 ^jrd Donated to Sinai Effort Calls Attention to Development Fund ^J^lsijhridiafj Page 9 A ;: (billboard was donated (his hv the Outdoor Advertising of Greater Miami to Mount Hospital as a public service tjdvertisine association. tat ion •;'•* ,nade bv E B ^Jr president of the Elliott fciiins Co.. and accepted by |j Raskin, chairman of the Hi's Development Fund and Ntal trustee, -.present for the ceremony lEugene A Hancock, superin%of construction for the firm, and Samuel Gertner. jive director of Mount Sinai. %  special vote by the Miami \.fjty Council was necessary —jt erection of the temporaLlav. which is <>n view at the $ corner of the present 1 pounds at 4300 Alton rd. [of the practical donation in Jof material, time and labor [it $2,000. Itnoution ipart of the $4.I campaign to erect a new in our entire country." ui^SE. e pres,scd appreciation that th,s dream can appeal so deeply to the businessman" and said there could be no doubt that the new hospital would be an important asset to Greater Miami and southern Florida." "It is fitting," he added, "that the work for the new hospital takes Place in Miami Beacha city which itself is a dream come true a city which was at one time jungle, swamp and bay water Ruskin urged "every friend of the hospital to give to the Development Fund, and to give generously. He noted that the donation would "not be just for one month or even one year, but for many years to come." Mount Sinai has been setting precedents for unusual businessmen's contributions. Bavshorc Fxchange club is sponsoring a research fellowship in cardiovascular pathology. Rotary club of Miami ,.. ... i :, .' SM., ui .UI.IIIII fern Mount Sinai Hospital, Beach is equipping a new dental jsj bland. In presenting the | clinic. E. B. Elliott Co., in addijEllii'tt explained he "had tion, has donated the outside office (ought in the dream of the,sign for the Development FtirM I greater Mount Sinai Hosheadquarters located at Arthur Ivhich is to be one of the Godfrey and Alton rds., two blocks land most modern hospitals south of the present hospital. lins Calls for Heads in rogation Issue LeRoy Collins has made | histand on the issue of men. Speaking to his cam[ supporters m a rally last t Biyfront Park auditorium, tllins opened his Dade counby saying he favored Uion but appealed to the "not to let segregation [the State development as an in favor of retaining the and traditions of the | but I urge the people of mot to let politicians make capital out of segregate have." he said, "thus I the furor and hysteria (the same time have effectpsported our traditions. The on will not be by emotional tirades and tion-. It must be dealt with P" '•' reason and mutual i .sen-. I Uk tl the Hayfront Park %  m, Collins said he wanted %  hiny for the State of Florida that parents would want for their children. I want the state to be clean, wholesome, healthy and respected." He pointed out that during his 14 months as Governor of Florida, the administration "had succeeded in saving mili lions of taxpayers' dollars by using the rule of economy in the building of highways and had succeeded in its campaign to bring more industry to the state." Gov. Collins pledged that if reelected, "Florida could count on a continuation of the efficient, economical and progressive government which our state has enjoyed for the past 14 months. He luged voters "not to return to a spoils MB and to the days of greed jand favoritism which once existed Our record of a partial term is sound and progressive. Much of the progress we have made so far is a foundation for further progress Mallory Horton, Collins' Dade county campaign manager, announced that county headquarters 'have been established at 109 SE 1 3rd ave. ATE* Mi A E. B. Elliott, Jr., president of the E. B. Elliott Advertising Co.. seems to be pointing out as the Outdoor Advertising Assn. of Greater Miami donates a S2.000 billboard to the Mt. Sinai hospital development fund. Sidewalk supervisors are (left to right) Eugene A Judge Nathan Seeks Court Seat Judge Raymond G. Nathan this week fired the opening gun in his campaign for election to the Circuit Court, Group 1, by pledging "the same kind of hard work on Biir-e^s??! 1 L


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Page_12B_ + kHtfhrkMQrU£Sy-_Aprii6 I GLOBAL SHORTS FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST CAIRO iWN'S)-Unofficial but authentic sources here have private Iv confirmed the recent report that Egyptian officers have been tra' !"!" in Poland. Both the Egyptian Government and the press have neen reticent t make comment since the disclosure that some 200 Egyptians were being trained at a Soviet base in Poland in the use of radar and modern war weapons At the same time it was reported here by informed sources that the Soviet Union had offered to finance an Arab project for the development of the Jordan River. TUNIS (JTA>—The Jewish Community Council of Tunis appealed here to all eligible Jews in this city and in the country at larue to VOtt in the general elections for the first Tunisian Legislative Assembly At the same time, the Ministry of Education declared a two-day holiday for Jewish teachers and pupils for the PusOVOT festival. There are some 18.500 Jews eligible to vote in the elec'ions 12.500 in this city and 6,000 in the rot of the country. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS PARIS (WN6 Establishment of an emgarfo on arms to the Middle %  bl) through the United Nations iras in Premier Guj Mollet at a conference with a group of more than 40 American editors Idio commentators on their way back from a tour of the Middle East The French Premier asserted that "until now we have not taken the n>;ht path in the Middle East Cautioning against permitting the Soviet Union to appear as benefactor of underdeveloped countries the Premier noted that some U.S aid "has been SO badly administered that instead >' making friends it caused the beneficiaruto dislike found This would place the fragments at 73 C E.. when the Romans destroyed Herod's Palace, or earlier, thu, providing additional proof of the a^e ol the Dead Sea Scrolls. TEL AVIV (JTA)—Egypt and its Arab allies will "almost certainly attack Israel in the next few months unless Israel receives "immediate Iv and in sufficient quantity" the arms needed to deter such aggres-n. war Prime Minister David Ben Gurion warned here. In a two-hour address before the convention of Histadnit, Israels Federation of Labor, Mr Ben Gurion emphasized the war danger facing Israel by declaring that Egvpt has now received through its purchases in Communist coun tries 200 fast MIC. jet fighters. 60 twin-engined HyUshin jet bombers. dozens of heavy tanks and a number of submarines. HAIFA (JTAi—Forty-two East European Jews arrived here aboard the SS Jerusalem, the largest group of Jews from behind the Iron Curtain to come to Israel in years Sixteen of the immigrants were from the Soviet Union, 18 from Poland, five from Hungary and three from Czechoslovakia Ane Elks. 79. of Mohilev Podolks. one of the new ar rivals vho came here to live with a daughter in this country, said there are about 5.000 Jewish families still living in the city he has just left TO roo oa, Ht Mlj, M-OavaalMha,, OPPEY'S AUTO Km •BfflUU ntm *" ** 1 Cr, 140 %  %  Ht $Titn VUGUST BROS ih la thi BEST 1 vnu. LONDON JTA) — The French Poujadiat movement ha found svmpathizers in this country' "but there i< no reason to imagine th.n these supporters are inspired by the alleged anti-Semitism of its found• M .. reoorted here by the defence commit'ee of the Board of Deputies of British Jews The report, submitted to the Boards m onth ly me. 'it on to note, however, that :n vi'-w of the fact that interest ha< also been shown in it by certain organizations and individuals. .rue is n< %  • MUNICH JTA A local German labor court h.i< rejected a suit bro linsl the Munich Jewish Communitv bv its former rabbi Dr. Aron Ohrenstein, who claimed that the notice of dismissal served upon him in late 1954 after a vote to that effect bj the kehillah board —was invalid Dr. ohrenstein w.i> discharged, with three months' notice, after his one-year sentence for fraud had been confirmed by the I man Supren I He and his followers have since that time lucted a campaign to compel his reinstatement PARIS IT \ Mgerian Jewish businessmen are beina threatened death if 'hey do not contribute a state I sum to the "National Army Liberation." it was reported here One Jewish businessman in Oran reci time the amount which he must pay at 1.000.000 franees He Stas warned that ret ml, or transmission of inthc n-k of death. The letter directed that the >um he paid ow ne of the businessman's i es— named in the lett W hinted that his family would suffer if payment is not m. ON THI AMERICAN SCENE WASHINGTON '! \ Sen Herbert H Lehman h: 1 the •ment for having taken no action about the Saudi Arabia lewish w • nt the Dhahran air ba-e in Saudi Arabia jnd discrimination against American Jewish bu HI At lh tinv United States to stud) the possibility of bi off commen a as a nv 'he ban. OTTAWA H" \ I .rnment has submitted claims 1 • >r Bulgaria in connection w:th the death of (our Montreal dents all Jews, who were aboard the El Al passenger plane shot • n D] Bulgari I -ummer. it was announced here. The ouncement. which did not spacify the amount of damasjM reo M ited, said the clam • n filed through the British Legation in Sofia. BOULDER. Col. JTA)—Fraternities] and soroi the Univeni• %  i i Colorado her. were ordered I di diserindaator) memlxTship restrictions baaed 00 rate, color or religion by September 1. \'M>2 or face probation and Iota of campu^ priviliges The decision to ban diecrimination vai adopted bj the Board of Regentafter a day-long B ing Spokesmen for the Creek lattei • aipi uid that elimination of criminatory restrictionwould mean that national fraternities would be forced to quit the campuHAVANA, Cuba JTA For the first time in the history of the Jewish community of Cuba, a delegate will proceed from here to a World Zionist Congress The delegate. Baruch Shames, former presi dent of the Jewi-h National Fund of Cuba, was elected to represent the Zionist movement here at the 24th World Zionist Congress which will be held in Jerusalem next month. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL JERUSALEM i.JTA>— Reports that negotiations are under way for the establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and Baal Germany were denied here by a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry JERUSALEM (JTAi — I-rael new oil well—Heletz No. 2-is ex pected to produce 1.500 barrels a day. five times as much as Heletz No. 1, it was reported here The estimate of the well's production wai made following the completion of Johnston tests Meanwhile, the pipe line from Ashkelon to Haifa, where the refineries are located, was com pleted last weekend. JERUSALEM (JTA)—The discovery of important archaeological finds in the area of Massada where King Herod's Palace once stood was announced here by Dr Yochanan Aharoni. Israeli archaeologist He announced that some broken pottery and papyrus fragments containing inscriptions' similar to those of the Dead Sea Scrolls had bun AT NORTON TIRE PROTECT YOUR FAMILY with Blowout-Proof Sleel W have itl New Safety Age U. S. 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April 6. 1956_ Jfyar h will follow the terries; |'reception me go, t,.,. n [tendered bj her parents in M'trApr. 14. Religious leaders IVrff 'RabbiniccJ Assembly •*' ftatan n iinsonberg, of UJavid i n,. at i 0 „ t Mj ami Ibbi Samuel s. Lerer. of P Beth Sholem, Hollvwood, l*tend the 56th annual conof the Rabbinical AsscmAmerica. the national asso''6U0 spiritual leaders alttth Conservative Judaism. ^convention will be held at ttt hotel. Grossinger, A Pr. 23 through 26. irom every section of the Canada, as well as many £Mw serving as chaplains > !" ed forces, are expected / Miami Section Slates Luncheons Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will hold annual pledge luncheons on Friday. Luncheons, held in members' homes, are for the purpose of raising funds for various projects supported by the Council. A full afternoon nas been planned by hostesses at the individual functions, including games and a book review of Eugene O'Neill'.-. posthumously published volume. Beacii chairmen are ..Irs. Harry Orleans and Mrs. Ben Lond. Chairmen on town are Mrs. Seymour Sommerstein and Mrs. Paul Shiekman. BIRTHS TWO-PiECE SETS ^UPHOLSTERED 'or only 79 '••MUTION CAU 13 ,2t0 BERKELY •*.*. "t* AVENtJC MT. SINAI HOSPITAL— Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I.iehman Mar. 25. Daughter born to Mr. and MrGilbert Cawn Mar. 24 Son born to Mr. and Mrs. David Miller Mar. 22. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Staten Mar. 22. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shrago Mar. 21. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. ( I rving Berlin Mar. 20. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schreiber Mar. 20. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Liptrot Mar. 19. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Malter Mar. 19. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Oaken Mar. 19. Unique Fund Raising Effort Under Aegis of Beach Young Adult Group; Gabies Kicks off at Weissel Home One of the most unique fund I Meanwhile, all records for adraising efforts undertaken by vanced gifts in an area campaign young men and women in the i were smashed here last week at a Greater Miami community is the big gifts kickoff social held in annual auction sale sponsored by Coral Gables at the home of Mr. Temple Emanu-El Young Adu'ts and Mrs. Sam Weissel. 4620 Grana r ""P| da blvd. Meyer A. Baskin. chairEach year, the Young Adu'ts man of the Coral Gables area camconduct a "CJA Auction and Fun paign, expressed satisfaction with' Night." at which time valuable the preliminary giving in this inmerchandise and unusual prizes portant residential area and urged are auctioned off to the highest every Jewish family living in Coral bidder with all proceeds going to ( Gables to come forward and match the Combined Jewish Appeal. I the splendid record set by the big On Wednesday evening. Apr. 11,'gifts group, in the Temple Emanu-Fl sochl, The group of key workers conhall, a variety of items will go on tributed gifts in excess of $60,030, the auction block as the highlight more than a 25 percent increase of the evening's entertainment— over last year, all for the cause of CJAs many j Assisting We. -el were Nat Winbeneficiaries. okur president of Coral Gables Chairman of the evening will be Jewish Center; Lou Goldman, tp president Fred Perlman. who an level leader in the Winter Resinouneed the following merchandents Division; Dr. David Kirsh, disc ready to go to the highest bidco-chairman of Physicians' Division der: a trained parakeet complete in Miami; and Harold Thurman, with cage, an aquarium with trop\ former chairman of Federation's ical fish, several free weekends at budget committee and prominent Miami Beach hotels, wearing apparel and many other attractive items. communal worker. Also serving on the committee were Dr. David Gateman. MorrisAssisting Perlman with arrangeBelgrade, Morris Simon. Theodore tnenta will be Miss Brandy Colin. I Berman and Morris Slachter. Eugene Kaplan. 817 85th st.. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Apr. 7. at North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Barry attends religious school of the Center and is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High. Reception is planned by family at Bel Aire hotel Saturday evening. MIAMI IIACN SURFSIDE 1104 Lincoln Re*. 9473 Hardin* Ave. Ph. Jf 1-3112 Ph. UN 6 6171 CUSTOM TAIIOKING 1104 tINCOtN tOAD Mtowf Beexh •473 NARDING AVENUE lerfeMa NAIilDASNEIT 32m4 rear •* Mimmi 3eex* Dr. Shmid Clinic A co-ordinated system of Non-Surgical Treatments for Hi* Restoration to Normal Function of the PROSTATE GLAND 1454 N.W. 36 St. Phone: NE 51152 CALL THE FJRANBiUiV FKESS, I\c. 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Ly. April ft 1956 )rkin Notes Ws Expansion. | A n unparalleled year of growth V development w achieved by Orkin EaterminaUag Company i^g UBS. accordta. to Otto .,„ founder and president. -ong the more important delP niont". Orkin said, were exis j 0 n l" 'I"' wesl ( '" us, wi,n ,ne ibli-hment of offices serving and the State of Calik completion of the largest |t (unuuaiKm operation ever at-, Jed, the largest volume of | s j n the history of the company S15.634.4Jt] 06, monthly pest itroi accounts exceeded the 000 mark (nol includinfl tarcontract-: for the fiscal year, more than 30 new offices were ibli>hed as central service loca^JntMnurMton ... BAUL MARINOFF mm OtttTM A H M K S Page 9B i -. i MU "ml j comment im: on the sales pernance of the company, Orkin led that the record-breaking repre>ent(il an increase of I percent or S3.218.619.06 over Iprevious year. "Total sales for) [company during the year 1955' I more than double the similar Lre fur the year 1951. which unted S7.032.498, Orkiu exited. orationin the state of Caliaia commenced in early summer the world's largest tent ligation job, "Inch was featur|in Life magazine, Over 24,000 Bds of methyl bromide gas was in fumigating the 3.500,000 |k foot structure of the J. B. firm in Fresno, C'al. It took %  11 acre* of tarpaulins to cover I structure in which grain was The Khapra beetle, a new plem in the western United VU the chief cause of in-i lation. Other similar operations 1 [being conducted now in AH-j New Mexico and other parts lllifornia." er areas of territorial expani included Nebraska, where Orrepre>entation had been rented to the mid southern seci n ^ 0 vV ,S NEWMAN %  > v Tori, „ ., Mm:•, a. hoanltal H „. M wlUXt ANNA ""OMAN tiled Mai %  „" %  %  inurement*. "'"*' -o .„MAX H ^UHAUS mum, fcn n Ahrajn. ai d i. ...,,,. .,, ., ALEX KATZ • of :%  • BW 6th v, afed Mai tl nl ;"""" "''•• moved r, •. tour rear. ao, i„ ... .,„,,,,.,, ,,. %  and r, E*2* '"'"' "lee. were In New Srtaw?: """ ,; '"""" '"""—' """" Ml ^e-iArLs ,, .EMANUEL R. HART M. of I BW rth Bl died M vi.aina in PI H'IVM, h. ",." "" Iprlne;. M M ivellna "••man Rurvlvora nclud allot, three brother* Including •at. Miami Boa. h thru si,,,,,. i„. rtudlna nl i tranrii hild ion N r """"' %  with burial in Mi Blnal Cam. CHARLES F LESH • Maarlort -i Coral Gable* J '"••', i Wtor from Rprinatleld, O ill. 'I Mar :>7 II,. i,. „,., Ruth, and %  daughter, Mra. Man n i..i,* Coral Gable* Hervk ••ind birMI were In Bprlnffleld, urn, Qordon'i r mi. i HI id,in, ni i hai ::, %  I.., all) r a .„„ MRS 'DA SACKS •'* %  • of ""-• Indian Creak rtr i>str r.-Miii.ni from the Bronx, N v ,ii.-d ,.,'"" ,-' RJV 'ald( Beach Men < hapel. Alt.m rd waa in hai local HI iaiiK.Mii.nls. T3 of %  ..,. J ?S !; PH "OSSINOW VSTt T-. „f I. M u RK SH ARLACH SAMUEL STEIN ho 5}^, 3on??iul > : ""' iK: MRS. MIRIAM BENSMAN '• '' u < ] < %  'In-il Mai II Rh Mich The Hetrolt th \. ',. ,f i.^u* ,F ANN,E WOLPERT %  %  "Isi L '," "' %  *••*. died Mai ana hail been R omlna from N..v %  Include two daua/htern Mr* B iihowak) and Mr, s.,n, s „,iV two alatera, Indudlna '•' I" "ii" in, U i i : iwn lehlldren and th JreaT krand" Hervlcei. were Mar / „ Oordon i uneral n MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOB DISCRIMINATING FAMIUES 5505 N.W. 3rd at Phone MO 1-8201 SERVING MIAMI JEWRY with HONOR and DIGNITY /or OVER 25 YEARS 11955. operations were extend|lo York. Pa., maktriR the 28th i erved from coast to coast, I District (if Columbia and the fcd of Cuba. Wdquarters fur the firm, which Mablished in 1901, is at 713 ttaehtree si Atlanta, Ga. tin Rated that in keeping l the territorial expansion, the Iber of personnel at peak sea* reached 2.600 Orkin predict m there would be over 3.000 pors.mnel by the end of HARRY BERLIN .4. 6/MM BW ifitii at., who came hare Naahvllh Tenn died laal .-. k "" were Mm ?s ii (; ol Iiin.-ral Home, mih burial In Nash vine. Siirv Ivon Im lude two nor and Philip; r..m dauKhtera, Includina .Mlnnliand Raylle Berlin; and never rrundchililrrn on Work Scheduled R Decline and Fall of the ^/fipire. by Gibbon, will "book under discuaaion when p* >ear Great Hooks discusI group meets .„ he Miam r. !" > Monday evening, | 'he local yroup is affili* n the National Great 'Itwndation which sponsors r 8 an d discussion of great P ln literature. DAVID I. BRODY 73. of ISI BE Ird si w t, here i yeara UKO from [tea Mu il.i died Mu .:." He e/aa i ral red manufacturer of m.ns clothina and ,iR member of Bllce lodse Maaone and ter Miami contract bridae club Burvlvort % %  his wife, Mlllan two dauchtera, Mrs \\u %  Bonn %  i i Bi tti Rrodj two brothi r %  -. and I children Ber> lce M ilnee, with i lordon i ineral I lom,. in charge !• >, all MRS. LOUELLA M. TURNFR Alton nl died Mai !*• In a hoapltal. Bhe had ; lent for jo i eara and i~ IUI > h • %  '! bj a daughter, Ka' Bei Mar. :'T In KI.IKI. I Memorial I'ok SIDNEY A. HECKT •7, of r.';'i rimT Ii db .i M u Hen pen were Mar IS In Newmanrjurdon funeral Hume. Brandeis University Receives Million Dollar Science Grant WALTHAM. Mass. — Brandeis University this week received a SI,000,000 grant for science research purposes, the largest single gift to the university in its eightyear history. The grant, from the Dorothy H. and Lewis S. Rosenstiel Foundation, was announced by Lewis S. Rosenstiel, chairman of the board of the Schenley Industries, Inc. It will be used to establish what will be known as the Dorothy Rosenstiel (enter. This research center will be housed in the Hayden Science bldg. under construction on the Brandeis campus to be completed by September. Rosenstiel said the new research center would emphasize basic research in biochemistry with specific reference to glandular disorders. MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-343f IKE GORDON. Licensed Funeral Director O" PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. IQNATZ LEFKOWITZ IK. of M:I Collins im-.. wloter i ri ..in the Bronx, N V died Mai Newman-Oordon fSineral Horn, irai in ohajga nf local arranfemenu m & MACK Radiators Cleaned, *Pired 4 Exchanged L t %  itd; I*" "' Manufactured ani 6 ranteed in Mi~- 2014 U in Wll m m N.W. 2nd AVENUE p bone 92603 Griffin F Electric Co. 11 *n*tm i mm 120 S-W. 4th $. Mi. 9-2477 HORACE W. ROTHMAN •'•. of IM I %  •Hi -i %  i. s ni. n l here for i coming from Phlladell'i died M.u B He .i %  rep tatlve of neveral furniture pomi...in. m B H % iv Ina %  <<• %  M* wife, ami %  ton, Robert Bervlcaa and burial ware in rhii.nl been set for July, according to the ('haves Construction Co., general contractors. The 252-room resort will be located on 500 feet of ocean frontage at Collins ave. and 180th st in Sunny Isles. Each room will have a private balcony, and 80 of the rooms will be apartment and penthouse suites. Maxwell Co. will do the furnishing. Teen Agers to Assist Teen agers of Beth Emeth Congregation met Tuesday evening. Committee, headed by Sybil Silverstein, was formed to help the congregation clear the land for its new Imine at 122nd st. and NW 2nd ave. On the committee are Billy Weiss land Howard Weinberg. ''Miami's Leading Sming the Jewish MIAMI'S ONi AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATERING EXCLUSIVELY TO THE JEWISH CLIENTELE Why Pay More? Buy for All Monuments Custom Made Memorial Dealers" Community Since 1926 GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES FOOTSTONES Only $35.00 Less at Palmer's and Save! in Our Own Shops Within 3 Days I 0 3277 %  7* • II SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Nexf fo Corner of 33rd Avenue PHONES: j %  HI 6-5921 ---% Courteous | j Efficient % 4 Dignified Service \ If NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL; % % % % % % % % % % % % formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL Edward T. cwnian i Funeral Director .333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677 MIAMI BEA(



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t April 6, 19j 1956 SfeS^toMte IJCC Plans Early Registration of Youngsters at Camus ar lv registration has been; Branch. 450 SW 16th ave., 82-278(i I. *L A ... *"""pj '/f f( ,r „„ .ummer day Beach Branch. 1536 Bav rd J T l f '" a real """"unity rlra.e.l by the Greater jJE 1-5319: Flaglcr-Grana.la Center! SnS l^E!* 0 !" ""W •* £,; North £12^£ ^ aV l,i h, cam P'" W *„, of over SW rlnklnyij Dixie hwv., 89-0283 not able to "W home for the l2 "i mp program will he taLSTu J 1 A"* !" *• tfadgned ,,v T*on KrAfrt, -ted for e*ht w^from I £"*' d m an > f th a,iv,r,u :l c. ,v camp committee chairJune 18 until Aug. 10. and will be' ini !" P ,,,e \ w,thout th program is conducted in the buildings for half of each day. grounds of each of the Center Bong outdoor and indoor facilities An outdoor swimming pool is used for the second half of the day in connection with the camp waterfront program, and Bed Cross quallfied waterfront counselors are in charge o/ these activities. Campers bring a packaged lunch which is refrigerated, and the camp provides noon-time milk and mid-afternoon snack." Transportation from the home to camp and back, within certain distances, is available for those who require it. All campers are assigned to groups of their own age level, with 12 to 15 campers in each group, suVIRGINIA'S BIRDS AND PETS %  COLORED CHICKS BUNNIES BABY DUCKS RARE FINCHES SINGING CANARIES CAGES $3.95 up 7950 N.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. 84-3736 ----—~ ""iui — — "> %  'UF, suKane, is a director, vice president I ^rvised by a senior counselor of and cashier of the new bank | college age or older, with the asOther directors include Richard Stance of a junior counselor Staff is selected on the basis of maturity, education, experience, and interest in children. A week long orientation program is conducted for the entire counseling staff and continuous %  UpervisJon during the summer is W. Fincher. president. Fincher Motors. Inc.; Frank J. Rooney, president, Frank J. Rooney, Inc., general contractors; C. G. Rebozo, president. Mutual Finance Co.; Julian I. Weinkie. Investments; Edward R. Annis, M.I) ; Michael O. O'Neill, president. The General Provided by GMJCC professional Tire of Miami. Inc.; Edward S. Matt Staff coordinator for the enPatterson, chairman of the board, j tire day camp operation is assistFirst National Bank. Akron; and H. | a nt director Emanuel Tropp, and Loy Anderson. Washington, D.C.. i t he following are the camp direcattorney and banker. jtors in the various locations: Beach H. A. Spyker, Jr.. a former Ohio i B rancn Arnold Piskin; Town banker. i> assistant cashier of the. Branch. David Eskenazi; Flagler!" S^Z:"' !" "* !" m !<*—• •", % % %  *. North m WUAM WHNKU 1 the near future. pninitial capital structure SGOO.ooo in capital stock, m surplus and reserves BOO in undivided profits, "in*I and paid in. ff facilities for one .top I* 1 ?. 1 "' are provided at the • !" Nationals temporary lo(Alcock nated. He stressed ?•*! helpfulness wilf be ,' ';' a individuals and g Wring the new bank as and director. Al c ck was g *'h the Miami Beach fc B ank for 25 "*"> -L ,or and executive %  went for many years He w of the board of goverf^Comm.t.eeof %  One HunPthe board of the Miami Y*<*t of c„„ imercei dir **"*w of the Miami l^yer. Association and -I^r of ,he citizens' Vice president, director and cashier Kane is formerly vice presI ident. director and a principal of : Mercantile National Bank of Miami I Beach. A World War II veteran. I he is vice president of Greater | Miami Jewish Federation, director of Miami Beach Exchange club, trustee of Mt. Sinai hospital, member of the citizens' board of the University of Miami and on the planning board of the City of Miami Beach. He headed the Community Chest drive for two years on the Beach. Weinkie, a director of the bank, is president of Family Investors. Inc.. vice president of Florida Fund, Inc.. and former executive vice president of Carls Markets before merger with Food Fair. He is I director of Beth David Congregation and Jewish Home for the Aged and a member of the executive committee of Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Kiwanis club of Southwest Miami. He has been a Miami resident for 32 years, was educated in Dade county public schools, graduated from the University of North Carolina and is a World War II veteran. Dade, Leonard Romney. Engineering Firm Expands Rader and Associates, Congress. bldg., Miami. Earle M. Rader. pres-1 ident, announced Wednesday the expansion of its engineering, surveying and architectural projects in Dade county through acquisition of Homestead Engineering Company. General manager for Rader in Homestead, at 1224 Krome ave., will be John A. Wall, Jr., founder of the newly acquired company. MILTON ft. MANNNEIAHR North Shore Names Mannheimer Head Milton R. Mannheimer was unanimously elected president of North Shore Jewish Center at its Passover annual election meeting last week. Mannheimer, although only 36, is one of the oldest residents of Miami Beach, who came here with his family from Detroit in 1925. Mannheimer was president of North Shore lodge of B'nai B'rith, which he headed from 1953 to 1955. He was also one of the founders of Masada, young Zionist group here. Elected to serve with Mannheimer were Louis Cohen, vice president; Fred Jonas, secretary; Louis J. Gold, treasurer; Irving Schulman. financial secretary; Joe Kahn. • ant financial secretary. Elected to serve on the board of directors are Morris Black, Dr. Ben Fabric, Sam Greenfield, Ben Marin, Judge Albert Saperstein, Abe Selecoff, Dan Wagner, Jack Korenblit, Leonard Tobin, Sam Sklar and Dr. Larry Weston. Sunset Court Mortgage Co. We Can Offer You Well-Secured 1st Mortgages at interest and discount rates that are attractive. 7225 S.W. 57th Ct. South Miami PHONE MO 6-0021 MISC^ SERVICES GOLF CLUBS REFINISNED REPAIRED Goff's Golf Club Service 1423 Pence de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Ph. 83-2659 MAY I HELP YOU IN YOUR Interior Decorating Problems also Consultation Service in Your Home. S5.00. Miss Nay, PL 7-1643. Mobile Musical Carousel Available for Birthday Parties, Grand Openings. S20 Minimum. Phone NA 1-2488. Rabbis to Install New Officers LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HKRERY OIVPJN Ihu iht> in id i -i-.: %  ii. itaxlrlna to engage in the fictitious name of 0 \ BI.ES i.n :• IAOK %  < l Pi n Blvd., < 'HI M '; ibli • iida t.i i "• %  k of i Ircull < "oui i %  ; I '.nili 'ountj Ida M.AN KENT, Bole Owner EM BREOER \ n. irni \ r.. Appll .. 111 Mn.-iil'i Road JO-27 mm MO iAMt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ih HERBKT GIVEN thai I hi11 II 11• :il I7H 8 \V .. r %  Miami. Intend* '" register .. i|d n me I'I ''"• 'i'i K "i' the "lri-ult <""-i! t "f I >:ni'i 'ounty. l-'l"i i MAX PRIEDSON 4 •; IS-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ih HEREBY OIVEN thai the mill, rskn.-il. deeirinc ti> engage I" liH-iii.-under the nVtltloun nanip of RTEIN PROPERTIES, il 11 Veragua Avenue, Corel Qanloa, Florida, Intend i i name with the Clerk nf Hi.. Circuit Court .if Dade County, n '" M a rUTOA H RRBNNER l-.MI. BTEIN |.\VII> KTEIN RERRCCA S. KLEIN WILLIAM I BRENNER A.t.. % %  in f"i STKIN PROPERTIES 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 188907 JEAN 8 '''• ^'' v Plaintiff, l.i HIS l-"l: vsi' \ Defendant. Tou l.iHMS F*RA8CA. it Coi Sireei. A-lii.ni'i. Maaaai hunettn, are M( ,,lfl,.,i (,, • i, defentdve pl< adlngi to v Ith Hi.., ,,|,v ..II rney. MI'RR v^ %  ; .1 'MAN neoln K.gj.i ui Horlda, \!..\ 7. 19"*. "i ihr complain) iH Dated Ai>rll I. I4. Ul| CIIIITI S.-.ill i: M LEATHERM \ > Bj K. II. RICE, JR.. Deputy l/t-U-M-IT I Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami will hold a dinner installation Wednesday, Apr. 11, at the Marseilles hotel. Installed as president will be Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Beth Sholom of Miami Beach, and Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of Israelite Center of Miami, secretary. Outgoing officers are Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-EI, and Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of Temple Zion of West Miami. Rabbi Simon April is chairman of the installation committee. On his committee are Rabbis B. Leon Hurwilz and Morris Skop. YOGA PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REJUVENA< TI0N. The authentic Oriental method taught by qualified instructor. Call Nl 8-6902 between 10-12 a.m. RENT A CAR $15 per Week %  fas 5c per Mih Best For Lees BEN'S RENTALS 1451 W. FLAGLER — Ph. FR 3-6745 Pickup Miami and Beach FREE ESTIMATES SPRAY PAINT YOUR BUILDING as low as S79 ROOFS as low as $49 Masonry. Tile Work, complete building maintenance. American Home Improvement JE 2-2138 DADE REST RESORT Permanent Home for Blind, Chronic, Convalescent and Hard-to-Manage Aged Persons. 1389 N. W. 7th STREET Phones 9-7636 I FR 3-0579 I'IKSOWLS NEW OPENING OF ZENY'S BEAUTY SALON Complete Beauty Service. Specializing in Hair Styling, Bleaching, and Permanent Waving. 1322 NW 29th St. Nl 5-9219 KDITCATIOIVAL Terry's Day Nursery and Kindergarten Met meals, transportation. Week, day •r hour. 134 S.W. 17th Ave., Phone %  2-1143. LOOK YEARS YOUNGER BY FACE MUSCLE THERAPY. For details about this amazing method, call JE 8-7047. 1613 Alton Road, Miami %  cflcn. TOM SPAGN0L0 Fine Custom Tailor Formerly with Arthur Cohen Fifth Avenue. New York City 1*54 LENOX AVBNUE Off Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-3423 s for Your Real Estate, Insurance and Mortgage Requirements: Janes Realty Company, Inc. We Cover Florida Peninsula of Health and Wealth For PROMPT and RELIABLE Service • f f i c e ( > 9810 S. Dixie Hlohway. 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f I' Page 8 A *i<~U*nnrt*W Frid 5L5*% Stevenson Breaks Reserve With Hot **££!£* Continued from Pag 1 A and to llM Arab leaders as wellthat Insistence on the I'N 1947 boundaries m now entirely unformer Illinois governor in the rtUforni. leader include the folmatter of Israel-Arab tendon-. Mr. .lowing: ar the probable v.ct.m. be at a d.sadstPVcnson had time and again mO-It is iggeste vantage when H was imposed. dicated nat ne -tried desperateh ton HMtJIn order WTO ^^ •It is now apparent that our to maintain some degree of respon ^^ ^ states ,, r;i ,., should Government has no firm policy in Ability m this stubbOT B^J •" a(|o(| am cven pressured the Middle East The Eisenhower cull problem whatever the personb, pet WM ^ ^ (<> Administration has not unequival eost in oiiSundeTstand n m -J, L/Trabs Do you support that U .vaflume,! the Three Tower be." He had also repeatedly sated the Arabs, i* > FHDeclaration ol 19M with Britain t hat "I must continue in that direr\u publicly— and Franco The Eisenhower Ad tJon as best I can if I am ever to to Aministration has not made it clear effective in what really counts, that the State ol Israel is here to which is settlements not declamastay and that we will not allow K tiOM." £Tlirtie" and no one could re erased The Elsenhower AdFrom unimpeachable sources, til* K V an no ^ -•ration has not made ., clear The Jewish ""^.Jffgjg ,' 0 w the tad that II was that we will BOl tolerate the use of learned that the Presidents hope n in i.u. I force by Israel or the Arab, in v.oful had answered a series of que the*rah. ^ ^ f r „ 0 f the United Nations Charttions on the Israel-Arab •^^'gE^ a jK^b• % %  the Armi^e Agreement." posed by CIBOmH leldtt and h mm d.ale e Mr. Stevenson declared that the thai 0. —-g-J —\* ^^ E arms beAdministration has also -'done lit-,"" MSB tor air. Arabs)" tle to strengthen the authority Of SSSSLSffta^Si^ K A-.'rael should be in a position the United Na lion Armistice ; *^**~** ££?£„, to protect itself from the offensive H The Kisenhower Adminis£ a Jj"^ "g' ,„,„ tne weap penetration. take ^ ^ m ^.i,.,,,,,,, ho declared policy of the U.S. to He said that ever since Secre p m hl v ,. ir KlM prevent a change by force of the tarv Dulles -presented General present frontiers and armistice nib of Egypt with a revolver In addition. Mr. Stevenson stress]n ^ hmld ^ expressed in con three years ago, the situation has ed the necessity of making it em^^ form? r. ostantiy deteriorated and now phatically clear, by this govern A Yes ^^ sev eral months ,a. with an eye on the oil of ment alone if necessary, and w^ flnd repoatpdlv since tha t the the Middle East, it cynically fishI concert with others and the Inited > t'nited States should join with .n these troubled waters and Nations if possible that the State France and Britain, if possible— wai •!„, of Nrael is a fact of international the Tripartite Powers—in a new The anticipated break here follife that should not. cannot and positive affirmation of our intenlows on the heels ol I long, selfwill not be eras,,! tiOM with respect to aggression sed sileno i ll the part ol the Some of the questions posed b\ and chan ge by force. U.S. Arms Policy Remains Unchanged as French Deal Denied \ { Judge Milton A. Friedman is shown signing his pledq e tJ planting of a grove oi 1.000 trees in the B'nai B'rithJfe^ Forest in Israel in honor of former Mayor of Miami Abe vitz. Looking on are (left to right) Leo Steinman. cha Mayor Abe Aronovitz Grove, and the former mayor B'NAI B'RITH MARTYRS' FOREST Grove of Trees Honors Former Mayor| The planting of a grove of 1.000 trees in the B'nai B'rith 1 Forest in Israel in honor of former Miami Mayor Abe Aroa announced Wednesday by Leo Steinman, chairman of the eon ; honor Mr. Aronovitz. Dedication of the grove to Aronovitz will serve as a met I the outstanding services he rendered as Mayor of Miami and as i > standing community worker," Steinman said. A bronze plaque will be erected in Israel, and a scroll *igf names of the persons dedicating tree* will be presented to the I mayor. Continued fro;.i P*9 I A One official, refusing to he quot: it would be "cruelly nutearlier this month thai II |,. il(lm ,,,, lea ,, M ;i ei to believe ; nor disapproved lh;i h( s ,,„ Department has K1V decision I reach |en ( -. m u ,,, Britain, France or any %  •? '" '-'•" 1 other country the idea that the Th.view was reiterated with new m U (1 S(it(lv WMU ;irm ^ M)ld to Nrael. The fact that (ol Katnel Salmon, chief Israel military attache in Washington, accompanied [ I-rael Ambassador Abba Eban that an Israel s.ulement lies in ana other th.nn an amis race." i In Jerusalem. Israeli military irttu 5 cal illy denied reCt rig an] French jet planes. The di il was i-Mied in connection wi reports abroad that France s\ ted the delivery last week of wh-n the latter called last Friday i on George V. Allen. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, gave rise to a belief that the arms question was discussed in detail, although the Amba 12 Pj nea dor did not divulge the specific to I-rae! with the consent ol the : nmer.t. and rough Home bo Parts, the "Not a sh jet plane ha~ letl French could make when asked whether "O for Israel.'*) the IS recognized in principle nature of matterdiscussed. Statp Department press v| M ,V,., man Lincoln White said that he "did not know'' what comment he Israel's need for arms 'I know nothing about that." he stated. But he added that he thought the position of the l.S. with respect to Israel has been spelled out in Sec-! rotary Dulles' press conferences and in Mr. Dulles' letters to Congressmen. Secretary Dulles informed Congressmen who urged | arms for Israel that the State Department does not think arms for Israel is the best way to bring peace to the Middle East, indicating a preference for Inited Nations and tripartite peace moves Asked if active discussion had been resumed on Israels arms request between the State Depart ment and the Defense Department. Mr White said he did not know, but that constant consultations are always under way between the DeB Department and the State it ment Reveal New Blueprint for Arab Attack to Knock Out Israel Continued from Pag* 1 A 1 I whole war is to be over before any of the Powers hat made up its mind to intervene Once niaad resistance %  ad—except for isolated str ngpoints the Arab occupation armies ar. • enter the scene. They will establish martial law in all Israeli communities and supervise the evacuaol the lurvivors German experts are slated to help the Arab milit. eminent in that task v.hnh. as the blueprint says, is to be patternthe evi nation of the Sudeten Germans by the Czechs and ol the Oder-NeiaM Germans bv the The guiding idea is that all Jewish homes must be distributed among Palestine Arab r while the Israeli population is to be put into camps 1-rali military camps are to be transformed into POW compounds for Jewish soldierThe gO V Oinmert camps for newcomers from Europe and Africa many of which had been closed, are to be reopened for civilians Other parts of the population are to be shipped to Jordan refugee camps to take the' place of the Palestinian Arabs According to the Syrian scheme, this will be a' Provt rraneement. pending an international merit of the question. Native-bom Israelis will be ultimately allowed m the country under lin conditions Jew, born in other Arab territories will l>e permitted to return there "in the humanitarian spirit of the Moslem religion They will not be given their pnpert> back, of course but will be put into camps until -uch time as they can be re-fitted into the country's economic proce I -ion" emphasizes that this ithe gist of the Syrian master plan now under study in Allied intelligence quarters. The scheme is considered the product of the more extremist officers' circles in the Syrian army. Nothing indicates that it has been officially endorsed bj I er of I Nor does it seem to contain a correct evaluation of Israels defense capacities." the article sa>Israel Bond Committee Maps Campaign Continued from Pag* 1 A mediate aid she so urgently neecs." the chairman who paced this community to record bond salts in 1955 asserted. Setting the pace for the monthlon^ celebration of the eighth anniversary of Israel's Independence will be the annual meeting of the Trustees of Israel. A luncheon session on Apr 26 will be held, with Sher acting as chairman. Trustees are individuals who purchase a minimum of $10,000 in Israel Bonds during 1956 "I am confident that not only will all of 'our 1954 and 1955 Trustees reenroll, but also that we will add to the roll of honor many new persons who are convinced as I am that only a miximum purchase of Israel Bonds this year can help the state continue its historic march towu. ur.tv Sher also announced a community wide rally of Labor Zionist organizations m behalf of the bond drive which will be held May 3 at ,the Miami Beach 10th st. Ocean front auditorium Members of the iFarband. Pioneer Women and all other Labor Zionist organizations will participate in the largest Labor Zionist rally for Israel ever scheduled in Greater Miami 1st and 2nd Rotes MIAMI BEACH iWjfl MECTWSaw CIIATEI MIAMI? MOft CONVlHti !" "<*"* "*



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Page 6 B -JevisUM&anr <9n the r^calm of Society MRS. SHARON WAGNER Wagner, Feldman Betrothal Told Mr and Mrs. Philip Wagner, wry. 1161 Stillwater dr., Miami Beach, %  innouncing the engagement of their daughter. Sharon Merle, to li i Jean Feldman, 113 S Shore Feldman. Pearl Shirley Frisch and Irving Richard Davis are planning to exchange vows June in at her home. The coupleengagement is beNew Yorkers Will Live on Ik;icli Temple Kmanu-KI was the setting Mar. 18 for the marriage of Mrs, May Kleinma.i. Fore-t Hills, ,1-ong Island. NY., to Victor Saretsky, Mount Vernon, N.Y. Rabbi Irving Lchrman officiated. Miss Joyce F Beckennan and Mr William Givner are making i lans for their M.i\ 19 wedding, which will take place at the Seville Seymour Kleinman. New York. Beckerman, Givner Plan Mav 19 Rites Attending the bride and bridegroom were Mrs. Samiie Kalt and hotel, with Temple Beth Sholom's Rabbi Leon Kroni-h officiating. The couple's betrothal is announced here by the bnde-electmother, Mrs Samuel Beckerman. 788 W. 50th st.. Miami Beach. The I respective groom's parents are Mr. and MrAbraham Givner, 800 I I I ave.. Miami Beach. Joyce attended schools in Pennmia and Florida. Recently out < i ih" service, her dance went to Is in Cuba and Ohio. A dinner in Eden Roc hotel followed the ceremony. They will make their home in Miami Beach. ing announced by the bride-elect's its. Mr. and Mrs Sol Frisch, 2571 SW 25th ave. Her fiance is the -on of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis, 710 First -t Formerly of Newark. N.J.. Miss Friach graduated from schools there, where she was an active member of B'nai B'rith and Hadassah. She is a charter member of Star chapter, B'nai B'rith. here, has worked at the Coral Gables Jewish Center and is now with Federal Title and Insurance Corp. Mr. Davis, formerly of Boston. Mass., graduated from Roxbury Memorial High School and Boston I'niversity He holds Associate of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees from Boston, where he was a member of Alphi Phi Omega fraternity, Boston University Student Assembly and secretary of Zeta Upsilon chapter of the fraternity. Recently returned from active duty with the Army and 14 months spent in Germany. Mr. Davis plans to < nter the I'niversity of Miami for a Masters degree in business administration. The couple were introduced by a mutual friend. ORREi Colonial and Traditional Furnishings Interior* OPEN Mon., Fri., Sat. Eves. 765 NI. 725th $f. Ph. ft 9-0248 Chesed Shel Emess Ladies Will Elect MrIsrael Goldberg, president of Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess, announced this week a meeting scheduled for Monday afternoon. Apr. 9. at Beth El Congregation. Nominating chairman will I lected for the election of new oMi 'I to be held in May. Guest speaker will be Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. spiritual leader of JewlRn "msreaations across the \ Zamora Jewish Center. Coral GaEd' .T.rTnl ? 2fSf" l %  nom ,neir annual workshop con-i ference. Mrs. leientz Participates In Annual Workshop Confab For five days, starting Apr 4, executive secretaries of Reform I hi es Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Social Functions WEDDING BANQUETS WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS from 25 to 1,000 HOTEL UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT •f SAUl HERMAN -on the Ocean •( Lincoln Rood FOR RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE JE 1-0111 Under the sponsorship of the National Association of Temple Secretaries, whose member-hip inI eludes over 100 administrators, the conference is giving professional workers an opportunity to discuss new developments and ideas. I Mrs Zeientz. representing Temple Israel of Miami, is participating | in the conference. & urdine's,. J^UAW fa**** the homo of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •rog. U.S. pt. oft MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDAIE WEST PALM BEACil Psychologist to Speak Naomi Hadassah study group will meet at 1880 SW 5th st. on Apr. 16 Psychologist Dr. Ted Aidman will lead a discussion of problems in American relations, marriage and child rearing. Lula Jones rlawarj For M Octj M( 0 l tI VIR T Cut Flower, • Ptd PIMH CoriBjci • hnwal Dcfifus • Wtddi.fi • Portie* WW S-W. Ith STREET Phone FR 4-5790 WTVJ will have an unusual reporter eath_L. next month—station president Mitchell Wolf g ne *< film along a route that includes Japan < hm V He "* India and rush it by air back to Ralph R, n i,i, uI?" liUl ^ Welfaan't film travels will also carry h.m thrS All About Births: The Conrad Kg**nt '"rough the ""'"'Inewsui, Frankfurt. Germany, that they are proud parentsTl not yet named. Grandparents here are the I i ?'' Coral Gables. Joy', folks live in West Palm b T* and Mrs. Morris Dixon. **T3| Expected to be detached from Fncle Sam's Conrad will return to resume his chemical eneS*"" University of Florida. Conr.d was n his third! *' he left for dutv. """ >car, he left for duty. The Loon Honifs, of 3530 SW Kith *< -, re fourth time. Announced is the birth o| Ruth r-u ?**" and Mr,. Milton Geverti, Miami. Phvlli,' n ar '', 'N Morri, Covorti. Miami Beach. Parenk are GOLDfN ANNIVtRSAtr NOTf FROM A TRAmiNG Ujtm Mr. ond Mr,. Benjamin Finkal recently cclebraT*. wedding anniversary in their winter home on 1'ineTrTi New York City, the Finkol, are known for their MMJL in their home town. From Lima. Peru, comes word taJ poal card signed by Harry Simonhoff. With him on hu < can tour la wife IIM. "Went to Shul and had a lose*, writes. "And I know you will be happy to know that *,< enough matzoth for a month." book. IIM and Harry are relaxing following the publicali ion t(l AWARD fO* A STUOfNT SNf'U SAIl ABROAD Joan Mody Freemen will receive the Stevenson Award | outstanding scholar in the Dental Hygiene Department oil j City Community College of Applied Arts and Science* the award at a special capping ceremony in the school A|3 graduation day is June 14. Joan's the daughter of Mrs. Mildred Freeman, 1580! Miami Beach, and she plans to be in New York for the i to leaving May 19 on the Italian liner Andrea Doha lor a to and Israel. DADE PRODUCE MEN RESPOND TO CRISIS Tomato Growers Contribute to Substantial contribution to the Combined Jewish disclosed here last week as result of the generosity and unit. of a group of tomato growers and packers located in Dade I Through the untiring efforts of Joe Sherbill. former on now residing in the Homestead area, he prevailed upon 151 tomato growers and packers to donate $8,905 98 to the Ui Appeal, major beneficiary of the local CJA drive. The firms gave a truckload of fine tomatoes for the | auction last week. The tomatoes were sold by Brown and! Auction Company in New York by their auctioneers. Jack 1 Larry Adams, and no charges of any kind were made for I sional services, according to Sherbill. The Florida dealers expressed their deep concern < %  CTiaiB n and explained that the gesture was I demonstratiaf unanimous agreement that the Combined Jewish Appeal 1 important philanthropy in the life of our local community. Local firms contributing the tomatoes were Big W Fanmj lvrrine Tomato Growers, Perrine; B & L Farms, Princeton;] Vegetable Distributors, Princeton; and Golden Acres. Jacki Byrd and Co.. A. Scaglia & Co.. Princeton Farm-. Virgil Sauni most Vegetable Co-op.. Basso & Co., Bob Hair & i'o.. and I j Company, all of Florida City. PIOKIfl J [ W I S M CAMP Of IH Eit. 1924 Bam* Ownership Since 1946 Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Mill, River a*d Silver Loke, Herse Shoe, N.C. Riding • Private Lake All Land and Water Sporti Sabbath Servicet Capable Seasoned Staff. Resident Physician *na Nurae, Jewish American Cuisine At-crmllted Mfinbr: AMKKICAN 'AMI'INe r*e fMsrfy SJXSA



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April 6, 1 956 ?Je*lstiFk>r/rUnn —"UUTV JUDOeS' COURT %  C O rOPToADE COUNTY >0 (( J p R B0 BATE. NO. 36133-B > %  %  5B %  MltiQS, 1'.craned JH'Jt TO CREDITORS .NOTICE '" VM penom II IT|&2W".na Again* S U I.. %  „,,.(i of you nre hereby ". M .. ,i to present uny [THE. LEGAL NOTICE •", reaiilr-'l l Present "">' il* demand" which > %  ''•'" %  ? n if mv ha %  '< ,ne 1 L\(K HIO*Jg. decen.'"'^V I ii<* !" b |, -"OH M %  lllf I.I [M "f 1'i'l I heir nfhouae In Made 'XH'!''""''"'"" e ight calender ,.f the first pllb>n M* .1 address of JT, a n.I to I"' WOTB to am nli^or. .Id. or same I M? r .'.. n ,o-iniTCIII lit of 133.16 of the NOTICE TO CREDITOR"; IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 37MO In it.ROTATE OF 4,5,Q LEGAL NOTICE Page 11 B NOT CE X22§ R f'CT.T.OUS Ida, to the lion Ml County Judife ..r l>,,d.. County, i n> "'•• "sine in hla office in he Count} Courthouse in Dade County Florida, wiil.ln elchl calendai month* .inKRT IHTCIIINSON. „. < -he \*l Will &3$?K%nh* Decani kNNHEIMER Jn Road Bwich. Florida ,., (or Executor UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |g HEREBY OIVEN that Enkned. desiring to enae In JTSer the fictitious name of AY lR(IHCTA at P. O. Coral able. 14, 11a. Intends i L,i,l name with the clerk Circuit Court <>f Dade County. PHIMI' CANTOR, Owner I-4/J-U TUNDER FICTITIOUS "NAME LAW rK is HEREHY CIVEN that wtened. desiring to engage in IB der the fictitious jam* of (SWIM'S BAR at 'iX3 N.F1 imiue. Intend lo register .aid jlth Ihe Clerk of the Circuit i Hi Ilaile Cniintv. Florida. |0 ERNEST .1. RENZI PATSY AM iV jftftOARS y> lor Alipliennta lailer St. 1< 6-11 .._, OTICE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of JL IN AND FOR DADE TY IN CHANCERY NO. 1U177. [PR1VKTT. Plaintiff, [E W PRIVETT. Defendant DIXIE W PRIVETT J Wiihlngtoti Ave. MrhMue. New York required I w i ve a cory of anrpr t" the Rill of Complaint •i the plaintiff's attorn*]. wr in the forth* C Circuit before Ihe 161 h daj of April. |J5; oil %  I'll of Com11 tofore filed jil i con f essed by at Miami. Florida, this the Mof Msrrh. y. B U:\THHKMAN. Tlerk "f the Circuit Court. Dtdr County, Florida B) OAN COCRNOYER, ril Court B 11, puty Clerk "N A FRIBDM \N %  iff rls Miami, Horlda %  —., ... .,,,,-,nini months from the date of the first publication '"•'••of Said claim, or di contain. Hi-' legal adores, of th claim ant and to he .worn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will lie barn I IHite March |5, A !> lr,6. Ki'M'-K 1:1:1.1, K Bl! rUBfl As Executrix of the l.ast Will and Testament and Codicil of ODIN tDOAB HITLER. ROTrTBNBJOM minusD,nn,Ma Attorneys for Executrix 3/23-30 — 4/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREIIY GIVEN that the underslitned, desiring to enuage In business under the fictitious nan GOI.PEN <:i.AHES T \" \. A |'|'l IANCK HBKVICH. at X7.S N\V i 7 0, h Terrace. North Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of [i,„l. Co inly. Florida. MONROE RBE8B KOVNER A MANNHETMBR Attorney, for Monroe Reese 3/23-30 — 4/6-13 T(i FLORIDA %  oauae t %  Of .lime, !: r '"U""iV % %  '!'• •' 'ChapHea.-h. I >„.!.. COUnty. ill the L T. '•'o'lda, and Mockholdera of sui h whereas the corporation did OTICE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF I'DA IN AND FOR DADE |TY IN CHANCERY. No. 18*432 1BB3EY Plaintiff, P i:s BERET, I '. fill'latlt SUIT FOR DIVORCE I 111 W| Elm iroioii li i 'onn or ami Address I'nknown li I that a Bill Wlni for Divorce has been • i..mired "i II Answer or to ihe Bill of Complaint on \ III'.NKY M Street, Mia Wrlj. and file th iglnal AnI leilliii! in ti„. office of the on or baton April, l:, If you fall III ill he the relief demit. ihlished once -eeutlve week. li,v, LMI "-ORIDIAN WANtj ,.|:I„.;I:K|I at Miami. ••I'm .'"Hi ,!., of March. AD. E B LEA rHERMAK. Clerk Dade County. n W HTOCKINO, Clerk, On. CAIN '. Phrl 11 Plaintiff -i -n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious natn,. of QENERAL, AMERICAN TKAIUM; CO. (NOT INC.), at 4B10 N\v ;,h Avenue. Miami. F'lm Ida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of l".* < ."' rcu,t Court of Dade County. Florida. OEOROIO ICER KOVNER MANNIIE1MER Attorneys for General American Trading (\i. (Not Inc I, 1/23-30 — 4/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HERBS NEWS CENTER, at II? S I: 1st Avenue. Miami. Horlda. intend to register said iiamiwith the Clark Of the Circuit Court of I>ndc County Horlda. IIYM \\ W0I,F"80N AIDA WOI.FS'IN, i iwnen LBONARD KM.isii Attorney fur Applicants lftni DuPonl lildg. 3/28-80 — 4/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslriiiK to engage In business under the fictitious nan DADE LAUNDROMAT, at ES03 8.W. Sth Street. Miami, Horlda. Int.nil t.. register sn with the clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BENJAMIN ISSENBERG Ri iBE IKSENBERG, Sole Owner. LBON KAPLAN Attorney for Applicant. Se>iioi.i Building 3/23-30 — 4/6-13 '" ''ISM. day of MHIC, A" WrT, '" '"/"-I I" the office of tS I 'orlda. a Onamt of all the stockold, rv unde, the provUrlon. of M |d hapterei.S ,.•,„, pi., Statutes, showing the dissolution of MI, h corporation siuiT'i t,, T fo :<'. the Secretary of Mate does hereby certify to the foregoing and that he is satisfied that the pUed Wfth "' i,W h: V '' '" %  %  """" IN WITNESS WHBRSOP, I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed th.Great s.-ai ol the state of Plorithe Capital, this day of March, 'I^it Tallahassee, the Twenty-Eighth AD. I (Seal) A ORAY s -' l '^v or state. See or Phone HI* NAT GANS Pi. Ft 3^616 HI 6-9911 lift INSURANCt NttDS Metreaeliton Life laturance Co. 3200 S.W. 3rd Ae.-"of 5 Poinfs' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nai CARGO UNLOADING CO (not at 309 Professional llldg Miami. Florida, intends to retrtotei Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cuort of Dade County, Florida SIH TAI'BER, owner MILTON A I'Hi HUM AN Attorney for Applicant BeyboM Bldg. :i 16-23-30 — 4'6 NEW TIME FOR YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR NsaatJr'l Ylddhjh Cla..ical Hour *ill be heard every Sunday from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Two New Feature. "THEATRE NEWS" Featuring Simon Wolff "FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Shu.hana Spector STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial .IDA COUNTY JUDGES' COURT F 0R DADE COUNTY, F HONIGSBI I rTjCl TO CBEOIT'OR'S"^ ^'"•;;'"•' All Pereo*. ii, %  !'• 'ii.in.I, Against S.iid • >M7e^,,r' f V "" %  h '",,v Iwhich vou, or 1 again* the L U: '' ii. \ • ,'. ; M:l :,l,: *' k/ I lv i '"' :i '" h am, Of I ,'ln lh, rv, %  In their I 'our. house In W Mii.a."./""" .'he .Ute of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt the iiniliirsigneil, de.lring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RED HORSE TAVERN, at (33 S.W ",7th Avenue, Miaiiii. Florida, Intend, to reglater amid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. I.IUIAN DeCASTRO KESSI.ER r; Alts Attorneys for Applicant 1762 w. Plaster Street 3/16-23-30 — 4/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the 11. tin. SPEEDWAY BAR. at 346 N W. 7th Street. Miami. Florida. Intend, to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida HHIRDEY LORRY WINDON. owner KEBBLER %  OARfl Attorneys for Applicant 1781 W. Flagler 8treet 3/16-23-30 — 4/6 Listen to SCHACHTER'S DAMLY JEWMSH PROGRAMS Every Sunday 2 p.m. and Monday thru Friday 4:30 p.m. ON RADIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DIAL rhis Program is the first and has the Largest Listening Auditnct "" hereof. said ontaln the le.l •fa iL ,7, % %  nfnr.imkl. KE2F5**K*n s/k/a "•-u-io 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37612-B In It. ESTATE i'l MARION COWAN. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said E "t*t' : ,. -.K.. Y..11, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to pic-nt an> claims and demands which you. or either of vou. mav have against me estate Of MARION CtlW.XN. deceased lite of Dade Cunty Flm Ida. to the Honorable County Judges of Hade County, and file the same In their ofIn the Countv Courthouse In Dade Countv, Fiorina, within eight l,r months fn.m the date or the flisl iiulillcatloii hereof Saul 1 la ic01 demand! to contain the legal nd of the claimant and !•• be iWdni to and |u es.• nt. d as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Dated M 'I' !!.. EliW A It I %  COW AN „. 1U As Ens ulor of the l*"t JJ HI and Testament of MABION COWAN, leceased. MVIltS HEIMAN \ K M'l.AN •'.(> He\li,.!.l Bid*. Miami. Ho Atlornevs for EDWARD CUW AN 3/lJ-SS —4/6-1* "Mcwisli Forum On The Air" Every Sunday—10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) With Various feafurei •reduced end OitttU by SIMON SEIDEN 503 S.W. 17ffc Are— Pfc. I2-54M COMING TO NEW YORK? Stay ot rhii ewdera J*itory hotel. AH rooeit ouliidt eipoivre. lorge. beowillwlly fvrniih.ee room wlm UKk-! eaelle, prUote both. freeiSUM •lolly. Two room M ih free) Jl • IPECIAl mONTHlT MM ^^BEAfOX Sroodwoy ol 75ie St.. New v ^ 0 ,„, wi.Me. m u tm >*^** LECAL NOTICE ... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION c N c T ,.i E .,CIRCU,T COURT OF THE I. ^o. E e. N TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 1882>8 UJCIA HANBBN, Plaimlff, EltANK HANBEN, Defendant. TO: PRANK HAN8BN Resideme Unkonwn reipilred to serve n top* of your answer to the BIN oi Complaint roi Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, Jd to file the original answer in the ol the Clerk of the Circuit court on or before the ttrd das of APrll, AH. m:,.;. oil,,-, wise, the Mill of complaint for Dlvori a, heretofore 'o'eiii, will he taken a. conI. \ you Dated at Miami. Horlda. this the l.ith da> of March, E. B. LEATHBRMAN, ci.i k of ti,^ Circuit Court, i' ide i bounty, Florida. „ "i %  B ,! WYNN, f< Ircult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk .Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor MILTON A. KRIF:DMA'N ION Sc.ibol.l 1:1.1M Miami. Ma. 3/23-30 — 4/6-13 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTTCB is HEREBY OIVBN that the underslftned. desiriag to engage in business under the fictitious name of SPECTRUM ENTERPRISES, at number X2 N.W. 27th Avenue In Ihe City of Miami, Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Or, ult Court of Dade Countv. Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 23rd day of March. 1J6. EDWARD B. SCHULZ LESLIE li KOVAD Euual Partner. 3/30— 1/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF:BY OIVEN that the underslKned. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BISHOP AMCSEMENT COMPANY, at :.lii N.W. 6th Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to reidstcr said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ,.„„„ BOSE DESEDEUIO, Owner MORTON M, l: -;c.i:i. Attorney for Applicant H"4 His..i vne llldg. 3/30 — I •; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HFIREHY (IIYEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualness under the fictitious name of GATOR GREETINGS, at 1613 Alton Road. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to reglater the said name with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, I'lorida. Dated at Miami Beach, Florida, this 12th day of March, 1956. HOI I SToXE A. Brim ri'TI.KIt, Attorney for Applicant 101 Aln.ley Bldg., Miami, Florida 3/23-30 — 4/6-13 A burglar ransacks your house. Does your Insurance cover th* loss of all that's stolen or damaged? for hSe arnwer to thJt, er M*y OfBaX" IAvTOrK# tf%f*9tttOIM Artriur M. Kahn Richord L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. Tirst Street 1M TtAVELm, Hertford l!Y OIVBN truit ring to engage In Ictltioiis name %>t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HBRBBY the undersigned, deetrli buaineea under the fiei JEWEL HOMES: IT'S A JEWEL, at W. 10th street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said namewin the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, JEWEL BVH.DERS CORP.: %  Florid. 'iiiporalion II VRRY .1 F'AItBMAN \ t toi in v foi Apliciinr I i20 w eel Flagler Street, Miami, Florida :<' — 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage in business under the fictitious nan. BTYLANEZE F'URNITl'RE INDI'STRIE8, at 1640 S.W. ZSth LlvBe, Miami, Florida. Intends to reglater said nun., with the Clerk of the Circuit (!oui t of Dade i :ounty, I lot Ida. STYI.ANEZE. INC., a Florida Corporation. Sole Owner. CAI.I.OT. SILVER and Mll.l.dV A i tin n.> %  for Applicant 7"i Congress Building 4/6-u-ii-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NORMANDY ISLE CLINIC, at ID'S Normandy Drive. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BERNARD STERN, M.D. 46-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIF;I{I;HY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NORMANDY MEDICAL BUILDING, at 11 os Normandy Drive. Miami Heacb, Florida, intends to register .aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I 'ad, I "ountv. I lot Ida. IIKIIXAItH STERN (Sole owner) PREDERICK N. BARAK Attornev for Bernard Stern t/f.lS-M-27 ROOF LEAK? CALM. 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Poge 2 B -kmlstncrldBbn— t i ^y4Loid Uoiir Special j-avoritcs so m TAsri-TiNGi me IDIA S > you Special Holiday ingredients Easily Adapted to Make Year-Roahd Menus By LEAH LEONARD The Passover holidays officially ended Tuesday evening, but there v many kitchens m which un! Kosher lor Passover food, m lients still abound. Many .mat/o products, as well as other item-. cm he adapted to make excellent tm .; ;| ~ a tjm ,.',„",„",„• hot fat. not year-round eating. Try these ideas: (()(| ( |()M t „ Kh .-i"-nM.itxn Seal l i-.i-i n mil • •-I iihoi melted Pal • • n ng i ii i M, a. -,i nhortenlna • %  > "ii for i -ln< U .i. ep ii' Ins Combine grated raw potato, car rot. onion. Mat/o Meal and salt. mixing thoroughly before adding Stir eggs in one at a time. ng after each addition. Heat Plaea bad on aluminum o" ,. ,\, or on .i a/aa paper covered wit* rack till drj lo the i, h, yields %  boul N Matio Parfar* and PrXjnf Dresing (for turkey or'fowl" 2 cups mat/" f.irlel 2 cupwarm water D eggs 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup soaked and pitted prunes 1 cup finely diced raw apple 1 teaspoon grated lemon or orange rind 4 tablespoons sugar A dash of cinnamon (optional) 4 talile-pooiis schmaltz Soak farfel in water for 10 to 15 minutes then press out excess liquid. Beat eggs with salt, combine with farfel using two forks, then add remaining ingredients in 375 Drizzle with a mixture of equal parts orange juice and hot melted schmaltz just before serving time and slip under broiler flame for 3 to 5 minutes or till browned to a golden glow. May be turned for browning on all side, if desired. _Fridoy_ towels Serve hot with applesauce, stewed rhubarb or meat gravy. Serves 6 to 8. tool for the Milk boy en tht box and wrapper MILKBOY is made in Switzerland — • hot genuine imported Swiss Cruyere juit right for >ht YIDDiSHEN GESHMAK at your dairy meols and supper spraods i ... —'he perfect ireot tor ice-box goniffj". Here it ii-Milkboy! Not jjt Cruyere, but the very finest there ii, fresh mode m S;t7erlond and imported by Border) to please the Yiddishen loam. Keep Milkboy Brand hondy — so de'icious. nourishing and easy to serve Kith soups, salads, in sand" today I Distributed by /fie iORDEN CHEESE COMPANY 8 minutes per panful of "latkes Lift out with pancake tlUW Of,—— JiSasTmlaii^rttn to*L paper This amount Of dressing Is sufficient for a 6 to 8 lb. bird. Suggestion for "dressing balls": Form the above dressing into balls I the size of an orange. Roll each in | matzo cake meal and arrange 2 inches apart each way around the "bird" if space permits, in the roasting pan. or bake these in a separate pan for 30 minutes at GINGER FINGERS i >:e bltaa ipi t II. granulated nunr i tablespoons Mataa Cake Meal i IP ii .mi almonda I teaapoon around K neai Heat egg whites and salt till it holds a pea. Combine sugar. Cake Meal, ground almonds and ground ginger by shaking well In a paper bag FOM beaten egg whites into dry mixture gradually to form a compact mixture Form a tablespoonful at a time into "fingi i pointed ^lightly at one end. and place on a lightly greased cookie sheet an inch apart each waj Bake 80 minutes at 300 deg. I" or till puffed slightly and lightlj browned Lai cool before dipping the pointed ends in the following frostii FROSTING FOR GINGER FINGERS ind l',,--..\ • i 'h i •. • lell i.i. -poon 1 Melt chocolate, butter (oil, or other shorteningi. sugar and ginger over boiling water, using top ol double boiler There should be ;d>out a half cupful of frosting. Pip "lingers" Into this while frost ing is warm but not hot and place ba< I on cookie sheet till drv. CHOCOLATE-COCONUT PEAKS p light cream rupa rinelj • hredded and i ul d Mml-ew .-.-I i hni olat i>n buttei Heat butler over low heat in a saucepan till it is golden brown then gradually -lir in silted eon sugar, cream and the prepared finely cut coconut (UM l SCisSOn for bes( resilltsi. Line a cookie sheet with wax paper or aluminum foil. As soon as the mixture is cool enough to hold its shape when dropped from a teaii. drop by spoonfuls onto the prepared cookie sheet ami shape to I" ski "hill in the refrigerator for 1 hour. 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I Page 10 A +JelstncridHan Frid i£*wd MM1JTOX VRWERMAS — Eisenhower May Visit Egypt in August in Quest of Peace i Washington President Eisenhower may visit Egypt in early August in a dramatic attempt to prevent war. Such a trip would do much to demonstrate the President's physical iitne-s in the interim between Congressional adjournment and the opening of the Republican National Convention at San Francisco. Mr. Eisenhower could go first to the Near East. then visit elsewhere in Asia, and return via the Pacific to San Francisco in time for the convention. Speculation on the possibility of a spectacular Eisenhower peace mission of this kind ensued from a meeting of the President with the Rev. Billy Graham. Protestant Evangelist. Rev. Graham urged the President to visit India. The President told a press conference the next ilay that he had wanted to visit India for the last 20 years. But the President added that he has so far failed to figure out how he could accept one country's invitation without going to a dozen others. Following these remarks, persons close to the President said he was actually more concerned about Egypt than India. But he has not b?en officially invited to Eg} Dt so did not mention that country. The State Department is rumored to he at work trying to engineer an Egyptian in\nation. White House confidants unfolded the possibility, if a trip does materialize, that Mr. F.i-enhower might visit Cairo on his way to India. These sources cited the Presidents worry over Soviet penetration of the Near East and growing Arab hostility against the United States Hope was rv pressed that the President, a military man, could reach a face b> face understanding with Egyptian Premier Nasser, also a soldier. Would Mr Eisenhower Include Israel on his Itinerary? He could personally consult with Israel Premier David Ben Curion. The I'nited States has already made known it would guarantee Israel's frontiers if Israel surrendered adequate territory and concessions to satisfy Arab demands This attitude is not acceptable to Israel. But if the President should visit Israel, it would give Israelis a chance to familiarize him at first hand with their security peril. Israel would welcome an opportunity to personally acquaint the President with its viewpoints particularly because it has not had a chance to do so since the Communist Egyptian arms deal last September. Israel Ambassador Abba Ehan has not met with RMXXA GROSSMAX — the" President in Washington, presumably because the White House is using the President I health as an excuse to refuse appointments to ambassadors. Mr. Eban saw Mr Eisenhower on a number of occasions before Communist munitions began flowing to Egypt. It is therefore a-uined Israel would have desired such a meeting in the tense months rind September when Israel conducted desperate diplomatic efforts to buy U.S. arms. President Eisenhower recently indicated preoccupation with the Arab-Israel issue, fearing war there might bring a wider catastrophe He told a press conference that he worked late into the night on the problem. He pursued a solution at length in his talks earlier this year with British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden. The President has been briefed on Arab-Isnal developments almost daily by State Department officials. These officials have urged rejection of the Israel arms application, maintaining that approval would drive the Arabs further into Moscow's arms. Mr. Elsenhower has also frequently seen his pastor, the Rev. Edward L R. Elson who is a leading official of the anti-Zionist "American Friends of the Middle East." But so far as is known he has not talked with any champion of the Israel cause since the new picture developed in the Near East. ON THE YEHUDI MENUHIN. Robert Magidoff. Th Story of tht Man and th. Doubleday. A Company, 1953 319 By HILARY MINDLIN Significance of Glubb Firing Emerges Jerusalem It has been hard to resi-t writing about the dismissal of Sir John Bagot Glubb from the command of Jordan's Arab Legion, and to refrain from commenting about this most sensational event. But in the course of the two or three weeks that have passed, a lot has happened to clarify and amplify the importance of this episode—first, for Israel. Jordan's closest neighbor, and, second, for the world at large. Glubb himself, having burst into print rapidly, in order to make public his devotion to the apparently not-so-noble Arab and to the kingdom of Jordan, has provided some of this new material—and now we can really try to put two and two together anil attempt a prognostication for the future of th.' Middle East. It 1obvious that Glubb s outster ione Oi S series of major British defeats in the Middle East—in terms ol specific British ath.uiin the territory no leas than in terms of British prestige. But if one reads Glubb's own. description of the events which led up to his 1 icked, it becomes inert clear that the end ss quite Inevitable. From the time that Britain tried to force Jordan to enter the B dad pact against the expressed wishes of Col. Nasser, the end was in sight. What will now become of the Legion no one can say with certainty. But the fact that this rather efficient fighting force has now been wrenched out of the hands of the British and proBritish officers and nominally handed over to a totally undistinguished, elderly gentlemn with no military record whatsoever bodes ill for Jordan. Not only was Glubb fired, but also his second in command who headed the Legion's intelligence service and the chief of the country's Secret Service. Regardless of the extent to which the efficiency of the Legion drops within the next few months, two facts seem of major significance. One is that the Is raeii -Jordan borders will Inevitably become what the Israeli j ptian border habeen—a I nirce of unending harassment and peril, and SQTOnflTy thai < ven if Britain iwallowi the bitter pill j of her defeat and continues to pay Jordan the handsome subsidy on which that country has depen since her existence. 11Mitnry In Jordan iindisputable. nHUDI MNUHIN awesome portrait THIS VOLUME IS the result of a dedicated author', ^ respect for the artist Yehudi Menuhin—for 'that boy h? legend to me ." From its pages emerges a portrait thai %  • and awe inspiring, at once. One is always prone to look of the successful contemporary artist with a degree olMZS the unexpressed yearning for identification with "alamT^ secret willingness to bow to a silent applause that in re 7 I in the ears of the Menuhins, Heifetzes, Rubinsteins Oistrak^ gorskys. "** In this book, Mr. Magidoff stifles such ambition. ThenJ in the lives of these performers—except the reward'of th love for music—but devilishly hard work, devotion to a J which can be as fickle as a dictator, and frequent disaponkhl Yehudi Menuhin. there were all these things—and more ] draws no parallels to the experience of others He simplye team manager. The young lady is 17-year-old Eileen It 0 | e n b I u m who SMI chosen for the post by coach Bob Schain. Her main assignment will be to handle the clerical details for the team, with the heavy work being taken care of by the boys • %  • • In Miami, there has already been an opportunity to look over Brooklyn pitcher Sandy Koufax. regarded as an athlete with great potential for the Brooklyn Dodgers. In the 20-year-old hurler's initial performance, he took on nine batters and fanned three of them. Last season. Koufax established a mark among the Dodger pitchers for the greatest number of strike-outs in one game. New York Whether you have read Harry S. Truman's memoirs in installments in the press, or not, I advise you to read in full the second volume of these memoirwhich deal with the years 1946 52. You will find there much more interesting revelations on Truman s attitude and action on Israel than the abbreviated installment in the press Especially fascinating is the full text of a "personal and confidential" letter which Truman wrote to Dr. t'haim Wei/mann on November 29. 1948the first anniversary of the I'nited Nation's partition resolution which led to the proclamation of Israel. In it the former President summed up hi.s feelings not only toward Israel, but also toward the Jews in nener.il 'What >ou have received at the hands of the world has been far leas than was your due." he wrote to Israel's first Pr.s,(lent. H> how strongly he had distrusted the Maw 1 "experts" with regard to their op.mc* on Israel. He plainly states thai1 soojn "inclined to be anti-Semitic, while otnenj pro-Arab. To some of them Truman s announ de facto recognition to Israel came a> "it should not have been, il the* J"1 MM supported my policy." T !" ;* light on the ambition 0! career nun %  Department to regard themselves a> J really make policy and run the go** look upon the President as "just a "] pant" and seek to impose their on of carrying out his policyJie_says. ill itm Hi #;. tun — Blankfort Pleased With Prospect of Adapting Keif's Hollywood looks more like a high school teacher than a successlooks more like a high schoolteacher than a successful Hollywoodian. He is a writer of great sensitivity and a most considerate human being. He is quite pleased with his current assignment to adapt Ursula Keir's novel, "The Vintage," for the screen Miss Keir's book has poetic qualities which are rarely found in contemporary literature. Set against the vineyards of Southern France and the beauty of the countryside, "The Vintage" hat a theme rather than a story. Not dealing with a manmade conflict, it derives its drama from the people's ever-lasting struggle with nature itself. Blankfort'. interests and afgjjjj but dearest to him is his asscciation of Judaism. Most recently, he c to the Brandeis Camp '•The Empty to the Branaeis camp. %  • %  M^M stimilus for the voluntary l JA£ aJ shows the complacency o( /. 0 ^ wit b. volunteer workers who are lea w crisis at home and in Israel. •" ^ Space" is a mirror to make us behind the routine collecting of" affair—the saving ^.^^St^k I talked with Blanj 0 novel. "The Strong Hand deal' mitted that it has u ^*,JIlbe* cuaaion in Hollywood and el****"



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Page 10 B rJen tej; fh £i&9"_ = Frida y. April 6, \{ i \ I RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Anshe Ernes Congregation Y Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute Vie JV f. Orthodox RABBI ISAAC BVM Y Beth Israel Congregation "•< %  RABBI H 1 "' 'Roi r*AN p.m. a.m. Sci l Die: • 'i' Beth Emeth Congregation 1224 I N'W 7th eve Y Beth Raphael Congregation RAHHI A %  } % %  Sal mornii I %  .. Y Beth Jacob Congregation RABBI 1 '. | ... %  N Y Beth El Congregation 5V %  5 EN I *US %  Sei • I %  Israelite Center 3198 SW 24th tor RABBI MORION MA| \\ CANTOS SAMI BI nag tervicet 6:50 pJi m.irmni; M %  *" on Topic; \\ tekji P Y Kneseth Israel Congregation F.ud.d m thodox RABBI fw H E CAN N CAI -in \ u Si I I evening lenricej 6 p* morning service* The Horn Ml? i ri *& u af:.y Architect's view of Temple Zion when remodeling is completed. Temple Zion Undergoing Rebuilding to Include Large CANDltllGHTING Tim Nisan 25 — 6:22 pan. Mi Mi i Y Beth David Synagogue -I N HI Rt. %  9 Fn %  Beth Tfilah Congregation v Coral Gables Jewish Center / R M CAH I ri i 1 • ; a m •J' Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center 50 N'W }1| p| RAHUI LI Y Hebrew Academy 918 nth ^t RABBI Al I IANDI H Cl Y Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center 951 E. 4th avr Conservative RABBI BOMRM KOVSK1 Y Homestead Jewish Center 183 NE 8th >t.. Homestead Coneriame MORRIS GERTZ officiates evenm£ Kryca ^ 8 Monticello Park Congregation \r" • < lumwiivc R fBHi I-A> Li KI R I %  fin Miami Hebrew School and Congregation SW I2tl R VBBI SIMON APBJI l ••. iBBRJ I Kl I I MIR Y Ncrth Dade Jewish Center 11 xie hw >• RABBI H 'BOI K I CANTOS MAUSJCI NBI %  %  i %  ) IS p in lOPSC All -^N Y North Shore Jewish Center 75th -t < • %  SUM RAH.I MAYIR ABBAMOWITI %  Eos uu> K. i Y Temple Emanu-El i\e C. R ABBi IRVING LBHBM • I': ::. BMMES I I a m Y Temple Israel RABBI JACOB I • I Temple Zion in West Miami is currently undergoing reconstruction When completed, the Temple will incorporate facilities valued at sf Presacr Temple Beth Sholom *m ( Liberal RARBI LBOM KaomsH R HIM SB r Torah Temple 1254 West j\e Amerujn JuJuitm RABBI ABRAHAM CASI R^BBI LOUIS Y Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale '•01 s AndresN eve. Ft Lauderdale Reform RABBI MARKS (tANSi Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood I7?S VI Hollywood C registered kindergarten and offers its facilities to numerous youth groups. Rabbi Waxman. who has been with Temple Zion for five yeirs. came here directly from England. where he had previously and for nine years. I>ecn spiritual leader of congregations in Leeds and South Mark Mortgage Burning at Zamora Special assembly Chol-Hamoed service last weekend at whith Zamora Jewish Center celebrated the mortgage burning of the newbuilding lots has been announced by Abraham Maloff. president, and Nathan Davidow. chairman of the board of trustees of the Center. Mortgage clearance is the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Catsman. early members of Zamora. honored by the congregation a year ago when the second unit of the building was 'named Catsman hall. Catsmsn is now building chairman of the new Zamora Temple to be erected on its adjacent lots. John Bigman is assistant chairman. Details of the new Temple sanctuary were announced at the special service, according to Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, spiritual leader of Zamora. In additi has been assisted by Bernard I wort, first vice president: Dresner, second vice pre Albert Lynn, nnancia! seen Hy Potash tn isurer; and Rubin, corresponding secreuijl Brooki Unveiling The 1 • si 11 the Mr GERALD EDWHO MWU l J20 s v. i ICIT Al'KIL 8TU If, v.lTfKT -nrMn M Diurctta W Mr I parent-. Mr %  Wen Stuart Paul HServices Rabh. Murtm A NW* Dade M Chaige ol arrai y-.nj' r !" and relative* art a>kedto "Buying Quolitl i J Sound tcoMNf" ftpsa %  of mmJ t 1 "*] from IT BSUNCS th.well done. Ii QtVBJ p year* ahead. IT OOMPHS r.Tt fr^ndsad %  '" ,a '' I .onJ IT QBBATBS fatth is aiasa fcr^BBB. reason Thurmond i ment Co buy. niileria' THURMOND MONUMENT CO. The i-st^y u *!r a fair goal I I >



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Page 4 A Jew is* fhridlan Frid wlh Florl.llmi doea not fMara wUa tfc?_ U*>>ruth "(the menih.ndiw advwtUed In Ua cotiWW. | • u e's'c R ; • T i o AT a? i On. Year 3-00 Two Var. .... Nisan 25, 5716 Volume 30 Number 14 Friday. April 6. 1956 Aged Home Moves Forward Zionists Must Mend Fences Jewish Home for the Aged held its eleventh annual membership meeting at Douglas Gardens Sunday, with some 500 persons attending. Principal business at hand was the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Gus Trau Pavilionan addition to the institution which will provide home-like privacy for ambulatory, mentally alert residents. In addition, the Jewish Home for the Aged burned S40.000 in notes, thus wiping out the indebtedness on the S300.00 Ablin Memorial bldg., which was completed only fourteen months ago. The great strides that this organization is making speaks for itself. A model of achievement among institutions for aged residents, Miami's Jewish Home for the Aged has been time and again praised by professionals in the geriatrics field. With residents of the Home receiving the benefit, Greater Miami must come in for a fair share of praise. Gus Trau's recent S250.000 gift, which will make the new addition possible, is but one of many examples here of intimate Jewish identification with the problems of fulfulling the needs of this community's aged. Jewish tradition through the centuries has been guided by one of its ancient, hallowed reguests: "Do not forget us in the time of our hoariness." In this regard, Jews have always been sensitive to the fate of their aged and have felt a keen responsibility with regard to caring for them when they were no longer in a position to care for themselves. But the Jewish Home for the Aged here does not accept the concept of "care" as it is popularly imagined. For Home officials lay and professional—as well as for the Miami community at large, "care" implies the sanctity of each individual resident his right to privacy, to fruitful activity within the limit of his physical and emotional capabilities and to recognition of his personal needs apart from those of the aged as a group. In this sense. Miami's Jewish Home for the Aged continually moves ahead, with the reflection of achievement on the community at large and with ever increasing benefit to its contented residents. During The Week ... t t ^Y.A M By LEO MINDUN I e Some Strange Explanations Washington has certainly been coming up with amazing "explanations" for current foreign policy in the Near East. We have been feeding large amounts of military eguipment to major Arab nations, and so have the Russians. But we refuse to send a proportionate amount to Israel for fear of "creating an arms race in the Near East." Egypt from day to day becomes increasingly powerful in the air, on the sea. as well as in its infantry, with Egyptian officers currently being "secretly" trained in Russian-controlled Polish camps. But the State Department has hardly diminished its sympathy toward the Arab cry that Israel is plotting to destroy all the Arab nations combined. Transjordanian populations, enraged by the Baghdad Pact—which is designed to keep the Soviet Union from encroaching on the Near East—stone American and British public buildings and tear down and trample upon the Stars and Stripes. But Mr. Dulles has only kind words for the Arabs, while American Ambassador to Egypt Henry Byroade warns Israel "to be less aggressive." It is about time that at least one American official went on the record with something like the truth so far as our foreiqn policy in the Near East is concerned. This, President Eisenhower did last week. Calling for the United Nations to consider the "Palestine Question" on an emerge/icy basis and for mediation to avoid the outbreak of war, he stressed the importance of Arab oil to the West. Everything else was commentary; nothing more need have been said. Zionist districts throughout the world are currently in the process of choosing delegates to attend the World Zionist Congress which opens in Jerusalem Apr. 24. This Congress will be particularly significant for a number of reasons. To begin with, the process of choosing delegates this year is a delicate matter, in itself. Clearly, the United States delegation will be the most important, for it represents the ultimate in powerful Jewish communities throughout the world. But as early as three months ago, signs of the struggle currently threatening the unity of the Zionist Organization of America broke into the open, with major ZOA leaders declaring their intention to send special representatives to the Jerusalem meetinq. In addition—whether philosophically, morally and practically defensible or not—a telling number of American Jews today are switching their allegiance from the traditional Zionist Organization to a new group on the horizon, the American Friends of Israel. Certainly, it is too early to tell what effect this group will have on the strength of the ZOA as the uniting force between the Jewish community here and in Israel. As well, the propriety of this group is yet to be established in light of the countless problems facing American Jewry today. But whether the Friends of Israel is subject to question or not, delegates of the Zionist Organization will come to the Jerusalem meeting! unattended by the total blessing of an American Jewish community solidly united behind the ZOA as its spokesman. This particular division in the ranks, coupled with the recent threat if not decision of major ZOA leaders to defect from the organization and to represent their own attitudes at the Zionist Congress, is particuj lady unfortunate now. For the World Zionist Congress Apr. 24 will be confronted with the most urgent problems yet. In addition to the Congress' need to look to means of safeguarding the security of Israel, those present from other nations will surely look to the American delegation for hopeful word on Washington policy in the Near East. With American Zionists having at this time to mend their private political fences, the ZOA will perhaps be at an unfortunate disadvantage in the matter of talent and energy unless expended even before it arrives in Jerusalem. l*w5 ITEM ; \ S£*Vf& IN Die U&AKMtD FOfcefS At CMA.PIAIN6 I H IA$T 5 VCARi &f %  ftf|fHI 1 Among reliable observers all over the c recognition of the devastating failure of American i Tt is conservative professionals like David Lawrence H reign P"" traditional Administration apologists—have [J '* T &\ critical positions. The reason is apparent we'll" f rced to 1 by the Eastern world in every international niovn* b n a clear thinker than Mr. Walter I.ippman has UM?L "^ State to stay at home-to shed his megalomania ami i, he ^ affairs from his office in Washington. d ,end t oj Yet. off he ran Mar. 3 to Karachi to take Dart U i.sters' conference, first making a stopover in India t 3 '""I ception from Nehru, and then returning to the rnitortV 1 in glowing detail the warm regard which Svimmii!Tow 1 Kai-shek hold for us. This was sheer audacity* 7r- *" Knee's report last week that he had been receiving to, Y Koreans, written in blood, urging him to run for reek r *" At the same time, there was no one in Washington V?* about the Glubb dismissal, which occurred almosl ,ale < the highest standard of living in the Near East, are ew France ($900). third behind Great Britain ($941) and louna the United States ($2,200). ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES ARE NOT HEEDED This socio-economic survey, with the clear conclusion United States should and will continue to give full suppon w is a far cry from Mr. Dulles' bigoted, racist interpreuuw Israel-Arab dilemma expressed at a Feb. 24 Senate hear1 "* Saudi-Arabians have hated the .lews since the time of MOBW Obviously, therefore. Mr. Dulles' foreign policy to tn '"\ own interest and desire—not that of Congress. Despite tne H. Res. 91 that "the study mission does no! believe that i the eradication of Israel, but that a sincere effort mu. improve the living standards of the peoples of ,sra |s h n |h j State Department time and again operates u the elected representatives of this nation. Nor is there any hope to be found higher up-m the United States, who should be the true arch policy. In his State of the Union Message on Jan spoke in grandiose generalities—with little reference to ^ ing of the Near East dilemma. Under the subheading Tactics," the Presideni said: "We must be well P rep ^,,tM current tactics which pose a dangerous though 1***^* maA tf] as we freedom are ... % %  .. ^ sirable to mankind in the pursuit of happiness tnan hile i current tactics which pose a dangerous inougu —~ ^ our policy must be dynamic as well as flexible • w cl j Vt i firm assurance that the fruits of freedom are more %  Communism." This high school wisdom touched no essential issue. ^ ^ profound and purposeful. Discussing the adval1 ^ S E\T0 since the beginning of 1955, Mr. Eisenhower include ^ ((J Baghdad Pact as examples of American cunning^ 0rg|BB mams little more than a phrase—Southeast Asia '"/I^ttf while the latter, Washington refuses to join clU e | *2kd tW The Baghdad Pact, incidentally, is the w;" Aete iicti\ dismissal of Glubb Pasha and the desecration of tne Transjordan. Whet advances is he talking about.



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Page 2 A +Je*istiFk>rkliain__ Frid Bonds of Israel Schedules Workers' Mobilization Meeting H/U£l AND AVIV A .„„,.,!., This duo accompany each other chi or K anKains. Jewish W.„• Wt -huh he ^ h m ^ lf Jj" %  ,rans posti and other Jewish hoflw reed that pmi the groups have been uked I %  1 ** to # J% f 22fk^ Seieuates to the Importanl session Aviv, plays the Mirum Drum Women-, organizations, a* well, % %  *• ,„ cla> jar-with. S oat skin have been invited. M.etched across the top. Two of the most famous Israel. In the United States, HUM and folk singers in the world. Hillel Aviva have scored repeated hits m and Aviva. will provide unusual night clubs and personal apnearentertainment for the brunch UW, and are scheduled to do a meeting. Sher said. j movie short in Hollywood for a Hillel and Aviva have won a host film on folk singers of the world. Three New Reform Congregations to Meet With UAHC Director Next Week Dr. Ernst D. Bergmann, Professor of Organic Chemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem I and chairman of Israel's Atom-1 ic Energy Commission, was in Miami this week to address top leaders of the Greater Miami chapter, American Friends of the Hebrew University. Dr. Bergmann has been touring atomic energy installations \ here as a guest of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Hosts at the Seville hotel function were Charles Charcowsky, David Provus, Herman Basch and Dr. Philip Gotlieb. Chapter president is Mrs. Oida Rubin. ATTENTION INVESTORS I WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING 1st and 2nd MORTGAGES THAT WILL NET YOU 8. and 10*. PER ANNUM. Mr. Hime Phone 9-3444. Special meeting will be held by three recently organized Reform .Jewish congregations in the Miami area during the week of Apr 9 Rabbi Albert G. Baum. director of new congregations for the Union of American Hebrew (on-.relations, will meet with officers of Temple Sinai, of North Miami Beach, on Apr !>. and will conduct the first Sabbath eve services for South Dade Jewish (enter in South Miami Apr. IS. Rabbi Baum will alto be m Hollywood Apr. io to help in development ol the newly organized Reform congregation to serve that area. A Navy chaplain in World War II. Rabbi Baum was called to his present position in 1946 by Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. While in the Miami area. Rabbi Baum will meet with his colleagues and with leaders of the Reform movement Al Sherman, 22 NE 29th st., Miami, is president of Temple Sinai, North Miami Beach. Herman W. Feldman, 6201 Castaneda. Coral Gables, is president of South Dade Jewish Center. Robert W. Gordon, 301 S. 10th avc., Bollywood, is president of the new Reform congregation in Hollywood. 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ril6.1956_ sZJg&MkrMtogj Page 3B f en tmme fain (J tlie Israpi •apeeiall> for her exemof Hadassah. a member of the exec?l" V lead ? r, \ hip as <*ai !" an of ,„• e cxcc the women's division of the Greatut.ve committee and board of,er Miami Committee for State of governors of the Greater Miami Israel Bonds." Jewish Federation, chairman of the Mrs Selig has richly deserved Greater Miami Zionist Youth Comj^'c t *5&2l a d l k W ,he women miuiA* ,K„ %  „ I of South Florida who have worked mission, chairman of the Greater together with her in behalf of so •cal period in Israels destiny, the Miami Jewish Music Festival, sec-' many worthy causes will want to mm mmmm very fact that Zionists from all over the world will assemble in Jerusalem demonstrates our solidrttary of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of South Florida and vice chairman of the saarity with Israel, our confidence in Zionist Council of South Florida. fear Spring, per Fashions; se&garine Bring .'mi! summer in. and every one of IB itress the pencili>r line. Don't be dit* lllilady, when you try on 1 styles [apartner in our corner > fight the "battle of the I Sugarinc a no calosweetner. it's actually i sugar—comes in coniform, yet without any taste. Best of all, it has [•ofood value lloo—when a i<>nr-ounre (jweten more than 700 i "r tea. It takes only nful to equal 16 of sui tablespoonful is equivapful of sugar You can by the drop from a Mop bottle w fruit, m desMftl lf.il gives you sweetncM hiore Recommended by I Miami Beach Division diabetu-s. overweights Greater Miami Section. National Pkdiets, it is perfectly Council of Jewish Women, met ; for children or Wednesday afternoon, Apr. 4, in the Madrid room of the Seville hotel. Program chairman Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg introduced Mrs. ,' Aaron Faar, vice president of the ,. Southeast Regional Council of the national organization. She presented a report on the Southern interstate convention of National Council held in Louisville last week. MRS. AARON FARR Beach Women Will Hear Confab Report of the Dag the "calorie count" Meet-tooth gets the L Your lite ( i be iwMt 'ugure neater whi concentrated swed noe h vaili ble at food es everywl.. ,,• Offering Only 1. Ill Ai I WIB IK VERY BEST ( MMTARIUM fACittTIIS I *7Y B. Pink* M ng,n a I*—tnr MJGUST BROS Rw: 13 the BEST.' j50llNp-> ^Sfc^DV 1-rJ. .__ Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky &f 45 MICHIGAN AVINUE, MIAMI BEACH JE 1-35*5 .GREATER MIAMI CHILDREN NEED "feed Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE IE 1-W37 Also on the program was Mrs. Julius Breitler, who discussed pending state legislation. Final business of the meeting was election of officers. make this a community-wide lute.' Mrs. Rost said. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the women's division, lauded Mrs. Rost for "the way in which she has so rapidly organized the Sponsors of Israel unit Other details of "what will be the most exciting program in the history of the women's division" will be announced next week, Mrs. Rost said. Service Delivery Quality PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS COMPLETE DINNER VMKt THE HOMt fOIKS EAT HOTEL PHARMACY INC. LINCOLN A ALTON MIAMI BEACH f Phone JE 1-6425 r^OUST BROS R V/ /s f hi m ST I HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS ^ Strictly Kosher i 'How About Heinz Beans Today?"



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f Page 4 B vJeHlstfkrkltori 'Better Living' Forum Scheduled By Council Here B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South Florida will hold a "Ret ter living for Women" forum Wed needa* evening, Apr. 11, at the rs hotel. Sjxakers .ire Willard R. Brown. vice president nnd trustee of the Fir^t National Bank of Miami; Arthur Persons, Merrill, Lynch. Pierce, Fenner and Beane; Miss Isabel S Jeffrey, Personnel Depariment, Burdines; Rahbi Morris Friday, sk p ^r^rr spiritual leader \ Rrown will discus J oP'^Invfstme,,,: 1 5 w "'beo„. Women Over 35 •• f'Tum moderator. <'hairman of th. '"rchan.ky C "W n\tttil\ M c jl chapter of 1 Medical c cnler at D ;| 1" am brunch W e 'onj restaurant don presided. Women who will take part in Henrietta Szold affair at the Eden Roc Apr. 17 are front row 'left to right) Mary Levin. "Imah" Selma Nash, chairman Ella Beckerman. Imah" Rose Landau Simpson and Sarah Czech. Rear are Anna Gams, Yet'.a Shcfkin, Sadie Horowitz, Frances Entine. Anna Koplin, Leah Riemer, Eva Rosenberg and Bessie Spen. Not shown are "Imah" Elizabeth Zentler, Nellie C. King. Belle Chapman, Jennie Light, Mary Hirshhorn and Jessie Mendelsohn. Completely Ai r Conditioned a IW IN KOSHER MOM KOSHER RESTAURANT & D EllCATllt A Unique fxjerJenee in DinrRf Pleasure Delicot MMt ,, DINNER FROM $ 1.5 0 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITY HALL Open Daily 11 a m. to 9 p.m. TO TAL CONTRIBUTION OF THIS HAD ASS AH CHAPTER IS $3,600 Henrietta Szold Group Wi!! Honor Imas' and Mothers' Group When the !! %  up i I Hadas ih holds luncheon on Apr IT al the Eden Beach, n will honor "Imas" in Israel) and Mother'! group with awards in a special ceremony. Hadassah "Imas" are a select group who have outrighl gifts oi $600 to Youth Aliyah (child Royal Hungarian*)^ Resii For Beautifully Arranged Affairs with ln_ Cuisine—Use Our Kosher Catering FocilS 731 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHOKJ rescue program), while the Mother's croup have made gifts ranging from sioo to $250. Total contribution of tingroup i* some S3600. UlUI making them life mvers" to lil young citizens; of Israel Just entered or already resident in the land] Mrs Barnctt Bcckcrman il Youth Aliyah chairman. Independence Will Be Theme of Beth David Sisterhood manabip of Mrs. Harold Barney, will present the slate for the com in year %  •t big rummage sale of the woman's group will be held on Thursday, Apr. 26. at Stevens mar• "ii 27th ave. Serving on the rummage committee are the Mesdames Rebecca ( astle, Max Siesel, Sarah Hart and lsadure Fine. K (,, 'i Apul Sisterhood meeting is !> %  ment kn n as CORDON a .\.,ln. saay, ing held one week earlier as the,as an endorsement of any 01 Pi Will he the l meetiii • %  rhood mi nnnual donor luncheon will taki i the program place on Wednesday, Apr. 18. at Israeli film entitled the Fontainebleau hotel. Chair J man and co-chairman are Mrs 1 m will al Ralph iiankm and Mrs Homer '> a lute to Israel" in pj, will A : : B • • d with th>' actual n. Davit M...lie '• i ; • %  : ftal bi Hera and tbba art ob Mrs Max Handshu, Sisterhood lent, will chair the Decting Program will i>e Introduced bj MiLouii Sehwartanan, program'' nan. HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT KOSHER CATERERS 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI Ph. 9-799S Under the Strictest Supervision of the Central Miami Kashrvth Commission The Central Miami Kaahruth Commission wisnes to state publicly that it endoriet only the catering establish. nd PONT construed other plant operated by these men. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINOS BAR MITZVAHS SHOW ROOM PARTIES BUS.NESS MEETINGS Decorated Trays of Appetizing roods Delivered to Your Door or Ready for You to Pick Up and Enjoy for Four or More. CATERING SERVICE — from Hors D'Oeuvres to a Complete Buffet A GUEST AT YOUK OWN PAKTY For the Finest -1 MICHEL' Strictly Koslw | RESTAURi PARTIES, BAR MITZVAHS. WEDDINGS and SOCIAL OCQ PERMANENT MASHGIAH ON PREMISES 940 71 it STREET, MIAMI BEACH PHONE I OPPOSITE THE FOUNTAIN Free Parking Air I 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET Palsy Unit Nominates General meeting of the Miami and government document Women's Unit of United Cerebral on display. This exhibit is Palsy was held Monday evening il 1 ''> "" 1612 S* 1st si Mrs Elsie Holston, chairman of the nominating com>m 12:30 tO 1:30 mittce. presented the slate of new f. m "l the buaineaapor-J officers and board members eting. when the nom Franklin Saunders. administrator under the chairol the clinic, addressed the unit A NEW EDITION OF THE FAMOUS 24-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR! IT'S FREE FOR OUR READERS! All dates up to Rosh Hoshanah in 1958^' MB. #'# Wf irviK Sfife Try Our Sniokvd ihrdtlar M'or PartivH ir H Slirk I on Want Somvihina ilvttrr TRY 7th & i olliiis Avo.. .Miami ll 17th ON THI 0C1AN MIAMI BIACH SUPERB WI PLUS SMORGASH Dinntr *u*J C0RTEZ1 >J FAMOUS NUMIII 111 JOt3~. /kjUGUST BROS r^ Is t in nt \ r IN *I KOSKC Distri^twd by HI-GRADE FOODCO.



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Page 6 A kmutnorkfton Combined Appeal Surges Ahead With New Announced Total of $1,332,075 Combined Jewish Appeal surged ahead Wednesday to a new campaign total of $1,332, 075 in a strong effort to reach the goal within the next four weeks. According to chairman Sam J. Heiman. results are now beginning to pour in from outlying area campaigns. He attributed the marked increases to the turn of events in Israel and the growing awareness DJ the Jewish community that the nation faces a historic crisis. Oi this new total, approximately S221.000 has been raised for the United Jewish Appeal survival fund aa part of Miami's responsibility in helping Israel finance the cost "i transporting 45.000 Moroccan Jews to Israel and settling these newcomers On the kind About 80 percent of the total lit in the regular campaign is mittee assisting in the organization of the Treasure Island campaign include Bernard Kornblum. Herbert Heiman. Max I.ip-ky. Mr and Mrs. Robert L. Jackson. Mrs. Sadie Kriegel. Mr. and Mrs Leonard (Jrecnhood and Mrs. William KoMii-ky. Community rally will spark the drive in the North Miami Beach i. According to chairman Hy n, according t<> Hgiman, and \,, vm ., ini the event is sel for Sun50 percent oi the emergencj ( Llv ,. w nmL .. ..\;>r. 15, in Monticello Park Jewish Center. fund quota habeen collected to Heiman commended the re shown by the Women's Division in their cleanup camp. This group is now within u percent Close behind is the Buildand Investments Division i -n achieved over 90 ii. rcent of their assigned quota. Meanwhile, campaigning moved <"' i quickly in various partoi Dade county. The huge Miami drive, launched two weeks BgO at I a record-breaking workers' rally in Beth David Congregation, was t<> meet Thursday at the home oi Mr and Mr-. Harry Cordon The gri up established a target date ol Apr. 20—approximate^ two weeks —in which to finish the job of covi: %  in the Miami area. In Homestead, the campaign • forward under the direction oi I'aul Losner at a big meeting sit for Sunday. Apr. 8, in the Homestead Jewish ("enter. Saturday evenin {., at the honv Mr, and Mrs Paul Press, 1650 S. ure dr., workers will meet at a patio party to plan participation in the campaign in this community. chairman of the Treasure Island %  paign is Mayor clement J. Etarlnh. who has announced that Mr and Mrs. Harold Lcwen will head the arrangements committee. ComTrail Lodge in Affair Knights of Pythias. Trail lodge 180. and Women's Trail lodge will bold a "seashore shennanigan" Apr. 7 at Miami 1'ioneer club. 250 NW North River dr. Lawrence A. ichairman, Mrs Beck is cochairman. Shlivek Unveiling i %  ISID03 SHUVEK %  ROS1 [UVEK, i rett Alan and Mi be hrltl on •• % %  11 II • MT. SINAI M ; CBMI : i K Y 1123 N w. l J7TH STSI I i. Ml ,MI I I \ Koch Commander North Shore Post Jewish War Veterans. North Shore PoM. will install Milton Koch ceremonies Sunday evening in North Shore Jewish Center. Others to be installed are Milton Ehrenreich, senior vice commander; Sidney Kahn, junior vice commander: Herbert Grapes, adjutant Henry Lcvino. quartermaster: Dr. Theodore Ar\ in. chaplain: Henry Kamp. judge advocate: William Newman, service officer; Arthur Einleger, officer of the da\: Or Mile Schwartz, sergesnt-et-arms; David Seid, director of publicity. Trustees are Irving Birnberg. three years; Isidore Karp. two years; and Joseph Goodman, one year. .bunt ceremony will also include the Installation of the North Shore Auxiliarj officers are: The Mesdames Max LeVine. president; Philip Miller, Senior vice president: Kugene Schwartz, Junior vice president; Sidney Kahn. treasurer; Paul Drucker. Recording secretary; l>eonard Miller, corresponding secretary; Louis Berman, chaplain: Jack Pritt, conductress; Joseph Goodman, historian and publicity: Milton Ehrenreich. patriotic instructress; and Abe Tunick, Frank Phillips, Harold Mann, trustees Installing officers are the Mesdames Sidney Home, regional vice president, and Rubin Levine, state president. Record attendance of 3.200 persons overflow Miami Beach auditorium to hear talks by Israeli Gen. Yigal Allon and attorney Louis Nizer at the Combined Jewish Appeal "Citizens Assembly for Israel." Meeting ed largest crowd in history of local drive. 3,200 Hear Israeli General Say Egypt's Enemy Imagined "Egypt is seeking an imaginary enemy in order to unite Ann nations under its present corrupt regime and to divert the attention of its own illiterate, suppressed people." said Brig. Gen. Yigal Allon. addressing an overflow crowd of 3.200 persons ;it the Miami Beach auditorium. The young Israeli military leader was principal speaker Thursday at a "Citizens Assembly for Israel"' sponsored by the Combined Jewish Appeal and Jewish leaders in view of the mounting crisis in the Middle East Egypt further considers herself in a state of war. he said, and has publicly proclaimed the fact on several occasions. "Israel seeks only equality of treatment—nothing else." said the brigadier general, who is also a member of the Knesset. Israel's parliament. "Israel seeks equality not in numbers of arms, but in the quality of arms," he said. General Allon gave the following reasons why Egypt is preparing for a "second round of war" based on revenge for their initial defeat in 1948: 1) The diplomatic ban by which Egypt refuses to recognize 1 Israel's right to exist as a state; Gables Chapter Picks Rappaporf Liebman to Discuss Zionism SAYINGS EARNED FROM APRIL 1 Open an account or add to your present account on on or b e i o r e April 10 and your money earns from April 1 at 2 /i% per annum Interest paid quarterly en balance* from $100 to $15,000. Each account insured to $10,000. MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road at Washinqton Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Cora. Federal Reserve Svstem Fifth lecture in the adult cducaEorum series of Temple Sinai Will be delivered In s. %  • m ,u r B Liebman, attorney and president (ii the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America, on Monday. Apr. 9. "Zionism Re-analysed and Reevaluated" will he theme of Liebman's lecture. He will discuss the revolutionary changes which have taken place in the Zionist movement since establishment of the Jewish State in 1948. Liehman it> a member of Florida and New York Bar Associations He is listed in "Who'l Who in World Jewry" and "Who's Who in the East." He is presently director and general counsel for the Bank 1 of Miami Beach and secretary of the Miami Beach Taxpayers Aasfl Liebman is presently a member Of the board of governors of the ,, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a member of the executive committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education and a vice chairman of the South Florida chapter of American .Jewish Historical Society. Mrs Jesse Martin is chairman of adult education forums, and Mrs Harry Rich is social chairman. In the absence of Rabbi David Shapiro, Harry Kaplan, past president ; o f Temple Sinai, will introduce the guest lecturer. Sol Rappaport has been elected president of Coral Gables chapter. B'nai B'rith. Other officers elected at a meeting at Ilillel House this week on the University Of Miami campus were Hy Friedman, first vice president: Moe Peingold, second vice president; Ralph Bargteil, third president; Bam Mielx rg, recording secretary. Arthur Simon. I financial secretary; Pop Seidler, corresponding secretary; Art Winkleman, treasurer; Philip Yagman. len i Serkin, guardian; and Sidney Efronson, monitor and outgoing presid< Board of directors includes Sol Sanders. Jack Fishman. Allen Korenblum. Art Paddor. Norman Pallot. Cy Mishkin. Jerry Kimmcl. Jack Stemstein, Seymour Pivar. Albert Green. Manuel Barkin. Sol Van Zamft, Max Epstein and Bill Heililer TSiird Seder Fete Scheduled Here 2) Egypt's economic boycotti Israel: 3) Egypt's setting naval blockade in the straits< Red Sea and the Suez 4) the steady border attacks] guerilla warfare. Egypt's Premier Nasse: war, but Israel is optin has always been ready ate for a non-aggression tween the two nations, the i declared. According to Gen. J he once told Nasser: "Social 1 wardness is Egypt's greatest! —and not Israel." Also featured as one of the! cipal speakers was Louis New York attorney, who conferred with leaders of thel government. "If Israel's existence is tin ed. then the fate of all tions is in jeopardy, Nizer I enthusiastic audience. I in danger of becoming i Czechoslovakia which was errun i %  ive nations I nite World War II. Now I ed. Kctz Held Over At Club Chalet Mickey KM/, singing star Yiddish-styled English son--, icontinuing his successful run at the Lucerne hotel. Katz was held over in his earlier engagement at the Lucerne Frank Schneider, managing director of the Club Chalet, said that he hopes that Mickey Katz will repeat his earlier performance in which he outdrew other big names on the Beach that week. Members of Workmen's Circle Hi inch tU will celebrate with a third seder Sunday evening at the um, 2."> Washington ave. \iiied program consistinf of the Story and songs of Passover will be presented by pupils of the Y. L. Perots school. The third seder will be conductied by Joseph Duntov and Peretz I school faculty member David B of -). Women's club will prepare the holiday meal. DR. JACK M. W Optometrist announces tfc REM0VAI Of HIS OFFICE TO 420 LINCOLN ROAD. (lobby) Miami Beach Oflke Hours: ••* Phone JE 4-2343 • Business Meeting Due Sunshine Rebekah lodge will meet Apr. 10 at 1828 Alton rd. for a business meeting. Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service "61(4111 /MIAMI'S f I*** An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Bab* flrfi PHOM -* 52111 N.W. 10 Ik AVENUE Farband to Hear Address On 1948, Jewish History Farband. Ben Gorton Brand) 304. will meet Wednesday evening Apr. ii. at Beth hi Congregation' I. M. Sachs will preside. Dr A. J. 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JeMnrw*a>*r) David Congregation to Install Rabbi Rosenberq Aor 29 Installation service for RaShi n.hk: r Page 7 A %  Rabbi Ro.,,,.„.,., ,, „ rf|aj the Jewish Theological of America. Seminary Installation service for Rabbi Yaakov Q, Rosenberg, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation, has been set for Sunday. Apr. 2!)! Herbert E. Seher, president, revealed this week. The service will open with Maariv starting at 4:30 p.m., in the synagogue, to be followed by a dinner dance at Waldman's Crown hotel. Mrs. Harry Gordon has been selected dinner chairman. "The installation service provides the membership of Beth David and the Greater %  — — %  • &f •." % % % % %  II.-OIWH on Jewish ifn nnH .an opportunity to pay tribute to as vice president of the Jew n i Rabh. Rosenberg for his outstandNational Fund Council and chair i.ng achievement since he assumed man of .he Council o! American the post of spiritual leader at Beth I Jewish Congress. He is a member Dav.d," Scher said Wednesday. of the National SJUSSS Rabbi Rosenberg is a graduate of 'Committee of Congress, u well as Baltimore Hebrew College and a member of the National Youth Teacher's Training School and was! Commission of the United Synagogue of America. From September. 1948, to June, W, he served U assistant rabbi nli i, T Tcmple in Pbiladelpnia He then accepted the pulpit of Temple Beth Zion in I'hiladelPhia. where he had been associated lor more than six years. Rabbi Rosenberg lenred as vice president Of the Philadelphia board "J rabbis, as well as vice president he lealership of the^^ne!, T^SZ TZ Miami Jewish Community Commission on .1 w "fc '^ opportunity to pay tribute to as vice fttHtlf UUANOff j awarded the AB degree from John | Hopkins University. In June. 1349, iff is Rcelected Chairman of rida AM. Advisory Board Here J. Talianoff. Miami jjomey and member of the pit Commission, was refcairman of the advisory Florida regional ofHDffamaiinn League, at ition luncheon last week ers hotel. of the meeting was the o pf the annual I-conard tard for outstanding huwork in the State of t j ve j Hon H Lee Powell, Miami Beach, by Abe eth School Board for Pupils l school Ixiaro will •day to further plans for j attend the inter-city of the anniversary' of I of Israel at Beth David lion Apr. 15. | board members are Mrs. ds, chairman, Mrs. Roek, Mrs Robert BreitLeonard Cantor, Mrs. and Mrs. Stanley fr on, 1401 NE 159th St.. "appointed chairman toed Jewish Appeal 10 the North Miami *• Pacesetters meet'educational rally will F Monticello Park Jew* in connection with "^ices Friday, Aj> r Aronovitz, former Mayor of the City of Miami. Henry Edward Schultz, national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League, was guest speaker. Elected to serve with Talianoff were Leonard L. Abess. honorary chairman: Sam A. Goldstein and Benjamin Meyers, vice chairmen: Milton A. Friedman, treasurer; and Paul Seiderman, chairman, execucommittee. Appointed to the executive committee were Abe Aronovitz, Mrs. Mollie Glazer, George Kronengold. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. E. Albert Pallot, Dave Rayvis, Burnett Roth. Judge Sam Silver, Mrs. Flora Supworth and Sanford M. Swerdlin. Newly elected advisory board members are Harold Abbott. James Albert, R. W. Apte, Jack Arvey, Mrs. Pauline Berman. Frank Biel. Herman Binder, Max Cohen, Ed Cutler, Mrs. Carol Cynamon. Irving Cypen, Paul Epstein, Ben Eaaen, Jack Fink. Judge Charles Gertler, Charles Goldstein, Mrs. Eleanor Greenberg, Jerome Green. Mrs. Jennie Grossineer. Samuel J. Halperin. Isadore Hecht. Mrs. Rosalind Hill. Mrs. Beebe Hineser. Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz. Jack Kapchan. A. J. Kaplan, Jack Kirschhaum. Walter Kovner. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Ifn Hilda Lararus. Sidney I.efcourt. Lewis L. Loeb, Hank Meyer, Gershoh Miller. Morry B. Morris, Judge Tiavmond Nathan. William Pallot, Julius Jay Perlmutter, David Pollack. Sam Proctor, Harold Rand. Rabbi Marins Hanson. Joseph Rayvis. Mrs. Fanny Reich, J*onard Rivkind. Mrs. Jane Robinson, Simon RuMn. David Sachs, John Serbin, Sam W. Shapiro. Fred Shochet. Charles Silvers. Tobias Simon. Mrs. Rosa lind Soltz. Michael Sossin. Harold Spaet. Mrs Bather Spiegelman., Leo Steinman, Leonard Wien. David Wolper and Harry Zukcrnick. "Since assuming his post at Beth David last July," 8cher said," Rabbi Rosenberg has made an important impact on the membership of Beth *4BB YAAKOV ROSENBERG Judcean Dancers To Appear on UN Program Here Dance group of the Young JuDarid, H well u Greater Miami'i (l l(,;


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• • n j ALlIf Barbara La* Glnsborg spent her spring vacation from classes at Brandeis University with her par(nli Ruth and Ben Zlofi Ginaburg, at their Prairie av e home. • Glad to get away from the many blizzards that buzzed all winter around the Brandeis New Engi an( | campus (Waltham, Mass.), Barbara took If Miami Beach's gift to fair weather—as well as a L„ her activities as president of her dormitory. L. tlao active in Brandeis Student Council and Inter1 incidentally. Ruh and Bon make no secret of the £'r daughter is on the Dean's List for her academic of blizzard", just as snow descended on cold Gotham J Beach's own I. L. Mintxer left New York for Israel at the Dan hotel in Tel Aviv. -merof the Dan along wiln P artners **•* Orovitz, Dan j Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Food Fair board. lare for the Near East traveler to wind up his rapid tour i by Apr. 8. iv will mean a gay Hawaiian affair for Westview lbber>. Chairman is Mr*. Larry Rosenberg, who relatrip t S1 Louia Tuesday to get the party rolling. rbor Wands clubwomen met Apr. 1 around the Bay nds pool for coffee and things. Heading up the Mrs. Irving Spiar, Mrs..Syd Koenfe, Mrs. Eugene Mrs. Thomas Kraviri. &f | from Jacksonville for a stay at the Saxony and some ping were the Saul Wolfsons. tof cour-c. was principally with Saul's brother here, |the Cold. Cold North: Former Miami Beach residents— [they still were when thoughts of snowy blasts emerge -Dr. and Mrs. Solar J. Low are vacationing at the i cardiologist on the staff of Governeur hospital in New The Lows, friends may remember, lived here from 1945 llore returning to Gotham Town. | pretty Maryl Ronnie Cohen is visiting her grandparents, Samoal Gross, at their Belle Isle apartment. laughter of Newark, N.J.'s Dr. and Mrs. Irving Cohen, Itudent at Boston University. iMorman Russ was hostess Monday in her "home, 4350 to teen age volunteers active in the current Crippled Society seal drive. Iafternoon, she opens her home again for a "coke party" i guests including Lynn Shor, Maxine Goldman, Karon Ira Broad, Linda Adelman, Susan Berger, Judy AppleI Linda Tonger (Mrs. Arthur D. Frishman, veteran worker in the drive. i of the follow-up organization which will include women [Harbour to South Beach. lion pinwas the result of the beautifully planned lay celebration at the Normandy Isle home of long-time k. and Mrs. Mayer Josowirz last week in honor of Miss vmmar. home 100 prominent young socialites attending the affair TWsh-born daughter of Temple Emanu-El's Cantor and iBrummar, ihe romantic waterside buffet and ball comthe tuxedos and dainty formals very much I of Polly and Baron de Hirsch Meyer's favorite instru1 accompanied the orchestra on Spanish and Hawaiian ^e Ragina's tut her offered renditions of two of her sji POlcongratulationa included some from Mrs. LeRoy i u J m,i Gro **mger, noted comedian Sam Levenson, M ". Harris Swift of England and renowned showlady war. 'hotel public relations director Jack Ross and wife Boa tne.r 14th wedding anniversary Mar. 29 with a dinner %  w m the hotel'! Scheherazade room. ltnhf! erS m M(lim Arn Bartsort performed special melor" 1 0 Chu£ h Posner's mother. She and her husband oirthday with her two sons, grandchildren and relaMissouri and Miami Beach. L rth F ">nt: It was a son. William Michael, born Mar **" hospital to Lt. and Mrs. Joe Clean. i'UI oman s c W or U gjgjewfalll FICHtJflfar) Miami, Florida, Friday, April 6, 1956 Section B Women Awarded for Active Participation in Bond Drive Plans (or Israel Independence Month—and Israel—are chartered by (left to right, seated' Mrs. Harry Platofl, Mrs. Sybil Weitz and (left to right, standing) Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. Mrs. Meyers is chairman of the women's division of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds, and Mrs. Weitz is program chairman. Mrs. Platoff and Mrs. Sakrais are co-chairmen of the Chen Division, which was to launch 1956 Israel Bond campaign Thursday with a Bonds Voyage and Chen Awards brunch at the Algiers hotel. Left to right are Mrs. Harold Hirschfield. Mrs. Herbert Young and Mrs. Abe Kaufman. They are planning an Institute on "Jewish Home Beautiful" to be held at Temple Emanu-El Wednesday, Apr. 10. Sponsor is P.T.A. Explained will be "know-how" and technique of home, with emphasis on methods of celebrating Jewish holidays in traditional manner. MRS. BORNSWN INSTALLED PRtSIDlHT KS&'^^-JWV Auxiliary 243 Installs Officers .,_.... ;-„.„n_ The Mesdames Morto ,. Abo "t BUiiard, a her recent Mrs. Edward Mondell is happy she visit to New York and Boston. Sh **"' M nd,n visited relatives and took in several tend/ "I'' h,,snand fi are music patrons here and in •nglewood and other New England music festivals M*orn a8ain Mr Ro •ehachtajr is among the ten iJocui, '" M,am '. according to a poll here in which """s uhnnf K% %  %  %  ll.i RMMI I Shores i*l); >roughout the community figured. *n at !'*" Scn#chl#r active in many stellar affairs (Tofu. U|,W frequently in stunning attire. She's l aVai.' Mr S '*V Meyer—prominent half of the %  ** ami ti.l....;.: _ti_... and television combination. Mrs. Alan Bornstein was installed president of Coral Gables JWV Auxiliary 243 last week at Coral Gables Jewish Center. Installing officers were State Department president Frieda Irvine, regional vice president Rose Horn and State Department conductress Mrs. Ben Leff. Others installed in office were the Mesdames Albert Agress. sen ior vice president; Julius Seidner. junior vice president; Simon Sulla, treasurer; J. Golub, chaplain. The Mesdames Morton Orbach, conductress; Ira Schwartz, threeyear trustee; Irving Wasserman, two-year trustee; Seymour Ehrens, one-year trustee; Bernard Weiss, patriotic instructor. The Mesdames Al Silverman. historian; Harry Valkowitz, guard; Albert Raines, recording secretary; and Abe Michaelson. corresponding secretary. Guest speaker was past State Department Commander Daniel Neal Heller. Greater Miami's 1956 campaign for State of Israel Bonds is under way. After three months of organizational activity, the local bond organization mobilized all of its divisions for an all-out community effort during April and May to speed aid to Israel. A Chen Charms award brunch at the Algiers hotel Thursday at noon was to launch the women's rli vision drive. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. co-chairman of the Chen Division, was bid farewell at the "Bonds Voyage" meeting. Leo Bernstein, national field director of the Israel Bond organization from New York, presented an up-to-the-minute report on conditions in the Middle East. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers was chairman of the women's divisions, and Mrs. Harry Platoff, chairman of the meeting and co-chairman of Chen workers. More than 50 Greater Miami women were to be awarded the solid gold Chen Charms for sales and purchases of Israel Bonds in amounts of more than $2,500. Mrs. Harry Weitz was program chairman, and Miss Lillian Goodman and Mrs. Rose Kasow served as organizational chairmen. Mrs. Sakrais, former president of the Greater Miami chapter of Ha dassah, will leave soon for Israel on a leadership tour conducted by the national women's division of Israel Bonds. Pioneer Women Fete Miss Spanner; Plan Functions Miss Bess Spanner, field representative from the national office of Pioneer Women's Organizations, has arrived in Miami to meet with Miami Pioneer Women. Miss Spanner has recently returned from a three-year stay in Israel and has just completed a crosscountry speaking tour for Pioneer Women in connection with the present emergency in Israel. % % %  >** Fun for all was had by Kadimah chapter when they gathered for an evening of games and entertainment this week in Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Mrs. Janet Kanter, child rescue chairman, and Anna Weiss, co-chairman, were in charge of arrangements. • • • Mrs. Minnie Weiner, newly elected child rescue chairman of the recently formed Tikva chapter is planning a garden party to aid the chapter's project. • • • Mrs. Sam Wilensky. president of Club 1, announced this week an anniversary celebration dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Apr. 8, in the Revlin hotel. Club 1 also held a farewell party for Mrs. Sarah Kunin, Rose Rosenstein and Esther Yaffe at Star restaurant Apr. 3. Physicians' Wives Meet The Physicians' Wives club of Greater Miami met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Norman Gladsden, 3200 Calus st, Coconut Grove. Program featured representative of "Contempora." Lincoln rd., who discussed "Accessories for the Home."


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Appointed ittee Head ?JeistN*rMtori My<''\li.nni at tordent Makovsky, -••cond lent: Marcie Liberman, .._rv Sont, recordtni land Galbut, financial ha< a long record of [aid ( ,• i onal acdritual leader Is Rabbi Stern. Page 5-B onta inel>l eau HOTEL "Young-At-Heort-Group" of Coral Gables Jewish Center celebrated first birthday anniversary with birthday party at home of Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop, spiritual leader of the congregation. Pictured are Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of Sisterhood, Rabbi Skop, and Mrs. Abe Sager, president of "Young-At-Heart." has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilities For information call Kosher Catering Department JE 0-0011 44th AND COLLINS AVE. m WHITMAN Memorial Bosk Dedicated Here Miami Reach city Councilman Marcie I.iberman last week pre s.-nted (nniirpgation Beth Jacob with a Golden Memorial Book in memory of his parents, the lateMr. and Mrs. Philip Liberman. The Beach councilman itreasurer of Beth Jacob Congregation. Spiritual leader Rabbi Tiber Stern announced the presentation. The book will be divided into two parts, including "The Book of Life" and "The Book of Remembrance." "The Book of Life" will record such events as births. Bar Mitz;vahs and weddings at Beth Jacob. Duplicate copies of each Golden %  Page will be given to celebrants. "The Book of Remembrance" 'will record the passing of members of the congregation, as well | as those commemorated in Beth Jacob's Eternal Light Memorial. Dedication of the gift was during Yizkor memorial Panaver wantices Tuesday. Philip Liberman was president of Beth Jacob from 1934 to 1338. Social Gatherings | 'of AII tf./ids,: -> .(Arties T Weddings' f luncheon%  receptions ; For Rttcrvothuy jf 68-J I *J* !iJ 4 il ^ H* *j T $ ^ 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 Sued Cecfroiu Serving the Finet Foods at Reasonable Prices FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM $1.65 "Walking Minutes from Playhouse Theatre" ijf iji iji :;; J j; ;;: ;j. ijj ; J ajbny. On Tee Octa*. 32nd to 33re Sts. f}ir%v<*$> Coffee Shop U EGG NOODLES Fine, Medium, Broad Tempting... wholesome... delicious... real home-made flavor! Economical 11 l'*KF| S OF Om CIISP" fUMSALTEDl H.AT20HS W'Wbutod by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. ^MlAMl 37, FLA. PHONE FR 3-666 [fctts Prescription Pharmacy Hontin B ton Medical Building T STRtlT MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE Ft 4-7M1 to torgesf and Most Complete Prtfcripfion Pharmacies m the World *• I. rOSSfTT, fVoprfctor *. mi PEEF andBIRD Your Hosts Year 'Kouni Miamians Joe Cohen & Manny Smith s v g g • s f BEEF and BIRD For the entire Family A Selection for Everyone $3.95 none higher •w catering perfection k "Weddlng> • Receptions • Meetings^ N Luncheons and All Private Parties i vs BISCAY WtfljCfi/ HOTEL i < Miami's Only New Bayfront Hotel """ t Private Room* Seating from 10 to 500 "CHARLES MAY. ^."Still Your Host" 9-3792^ V„ y, 340 BISCAtNE BOULEVARD HERBIE'S OF LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY. FEATURING OUR FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL MENU Chinese Italian American Sealood FULL COURSE DINNERS (from 5 to 9:30 .m.) DELIGHTFUL LATE SNACKS LUSCIOUS DESSERTS PIZZAS UNTIL 2 A.M. 247 • 23rd St., One Block West of Roney Plaxa PH. JE I-S191 SHOWS 10 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 a.m. Mayflower Lounge 1716 ALTON RD., Miami Beach. RES. Phona JE 4-2983 CHINA DOLL CHINESE and AMERICAN RESTAURANT SPECIALIZING IN CHINESt FAMILY DINNERS BUSINESS LUNCH f rom 9Sc DINNER $1.85 up Onion To Take Oof Phono PI 7-7725 7725 RISCAYNE BOULEVARD PLENTY OF FREE PARKING



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jflh Groups State Monthly tings With Elections Featured :. QU (|i(> I nrospntpH hv a film MIIOJ IM. h/the' Honru-tta Szold [%£* when they meet % hotel Monday afterL,r r ankelh^lH-en nomaer second term aa pre* fobtr nominee are Mn • i ivin. M ^Jmi^n^T/rUn^ on the I presented by a film called "T Szold I Save a Life." Meeting place the Italian American club. • • Herzl group of Hadassah will hold its regular meeting Monday at the Sorrento hotel. Election of officers will take place. Program will consist of a forum with Thomas De Wolff, affiliated Louis Shafkevir MrMiriam Ottihe R<'X'" t,(,r Svice, with the Florida Citizens for Eisen\ Mrs Harrv B. Rogers, hower campaign, and Richard Fink, member of the executive committee for the Stevenson campaign. rcretarv: Mrs. Frances Lresponding secretary, imDerkv. financial secirvRita Wrubel, financial .forduev MrNellie C. L] secretary: Misi Klizartkr. treasurer: Mrs. HarJitk, parliamentarian. jiy noon. Torah group's jya'h committee is planI serving luncheon to the membership. Meaning and Uf Youth Aliyah will be %  Sociable afternoon will follow a brief business meeting of Menorah group of Hadassah Monday at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. • • Mt. Scopus group of Hadassah will meet at the Colony restaurant Monday. Program will have a special presentation entitled "A Salute to the Presidents." Guest speaker will be M*s. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Mrs. Harold Cohen is soloist. Mrs. A. A. Pekelner is pianist • • • Naomi group of Hadassah will have their regular monthly meeting Monday evening at the Colonyrestaurant. Reservations will be taken for the installation and dinner dance. Entertainment will be music and dancing by the Young Judaean dancers. • • • Shaloma group will hold a regular meeting on Monday noon, Apr. 9. at Hibiscus lodge. Hadassah supplies chairmen Mrs. Jean Sierman and Mrs. Rose Bobowick will sponjsor an auction sale with proceeds going to Hadassah supplies project. Page 5 A Address on Nutrition Beth Emeth Sisterhood will meet Wednesday at the Center, 12201 NW 7th ave., to hear guest speaker Dr. Morris Schwarzberg in an address on nutrition. r Cohen, pioneer Miand a founder of the [Home for the Aged, will at a testimonial i in the Eden Roc hotel 1. Apr. 12, sponsored [Greater Miami Women's of the Home. few, Elections fe Up Meeting T*ph R Narot will review is Many Women," by taschman Beraays, at a Id Sisterhood of Temple May afternoon in the iitoriun: 'of the meeting will be | officers and hoard mem^ slate will be submitted laminating committee. ** of the committee are %  S. Bulbm. chairman. Btnehfield, Mrs, Solo%  • Mr>. Leo Nabe, Mrs. *' M rs Hrold Thurman F JleWerner. JWV Auxiliary Has New Officer Slate Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary 174 of JWV will meet Wednesday evening at 1947 W. Flagler st. with the new slate of officers presiding. President is Miss Ruth Roscnthal. Others include Mrs. Samuel Sandier, senior vice president; Mrs. Sydney Bergman, junior vice president; Mrs. William Ackerman, treasurer; Miss Dorothy Lindner. recording secretary. Mrs. S. Rosenberg, corresponding secretary; Mrs. David Reigrod, conductress; Mrs. Aaron Rosenberg, chaplain; Miss Edith Feingold, patriotic instructress; Mrs. Anna Kaplan, historian; Miss Frieda Feingold; guard: and Mrs Hy Morris and Mrs. Edward Levine, trustees. To Serve You is Our Pleasure Ed. J. Vischi Real Estate in All its Branches 124*6 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone 84-4661 REV. WM. W. LIPSONI Model •"tod with all Hospitals in Greater Miami Telephone 9-6308 < < < i MAINTENANCE, Incorporated SASH and SCREEN SERVICE ALLEN L FAMISH, Mooofer 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida Phone PR 3-5491 -V'-VV-"^-' V*^*VVV^V V > V*V V*V"V*'V"'V* Miss Bess Spanner, field representative of national office of Pioneer Women's Organizations, has arrived in Miami to hold seminars in connection with work of Pioneer Women and Moetzet Hapoalot, counterpart of Pioneer Women in Israel. Miss Spanner recently returned from three years in Israel. Flagler Women Hold Social Affairs One of the top social occasions for the Women's Group of FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center, will take place on Tuesdav afternoon, Apr. 10, at the Top of the Columbus hotel. Approximately 200 members will attend a delightful luncheon and fashion show. Mrs. Martin Hirsch, chairman, and Mrs. Herb Green is co-chairman. Charm School of Modeling will show dresses and beach wear of Casual-Aire of Miracle Mile. Mrs. i Edith Applebaum will be commenj jtator and coordinator of the fash' ion show. Sunday evening, Apr. 8, there | will be a reunion of members of the Latin American dance club. Mrs. Jess Freed is adult activities chairman. Mrs. Farr Garners Top Honor at Meet New honors have been brought home to Miami Section's Council of Jewish Women this month by the attending delegates at the Southern interstate regional convention held in Louisville. Ky. Mrs. Aaron Farr was chosen president-elect of the Southern region for the coming year, 1957, with official installation to be held in Washington. D.C., next March. Mrs. Farr is well known here for her active leadership. She has served as a past president of Council of Jewish Women, president of Conference of Jewish Women, president of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom and is at present serving on the national board of Council for a two-year period. DPhiE Alumnae To Elect Greater Miami Alumnae Assn. of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority will meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Arthur Jackowitz, 1540 Miller r.l., Coral Gables. 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fiA pril6, 1956 ^JntistifhrMton i Broken for Ne w Addition to Jewish Home of Aaed Page 3 A 500 Sunday at persons ,JWh Home f the ,,,h annual membership J'ihirt • highlighted l Sbreakms ceremonies for the -_u pavilion1 iheduierf was the burning JoTTn notes thus wiping MIOOO indebtedness on the It Memorial hlrl. for U incapacitate.! aged, which iSpleted 14 months a*o 'Vrrau donor of the pavilion, w^ime resident of Miami and a pioneer leader of the The pavilion will pioneer inc arrangements for the ammentally alert residents Home, with emphasis on pri,i< home-like an atmosphere ble. Each room will have „. private bath and shower, fcown air conditioner-heater. ^ the furniture will he built ,4 each room will be furnishi sitting room rather than om. Fentire building, in the shape -[ "' will be fronted by an completely screened-in jerof the Home is president Kurman. who was highly by treasurer .lack Carner [his practically -ingle-handed it in wiping out the inhess on the Ablin MemoTopflight Humorist Guest Some 150 persons attended a Men's club of Temple Israel evening last week in the new auditorium of the Temple. Guest was Isidor Bookbinder, nationally known humorist. MIAMI INVESTIGATORS SUITE 207 PLAZA BUILDING Day and Night Phone 82-6973 Civil, Criminal and Insurance Investigations. Alexander Stolfi and Avery Wilhelm, Directors. CROWN FENCE Sam Resnick. chairman of Gus Trau Pavilion building committee, .nstrucui Gus Trau (left) and Abe Kurman. president of the ewish Home for the Aged, at the groundbreaking ceremonies last Sunday at Douglas Gardens. Trau is a long-time resident of Miami Beach. Cypen. chairman of the |nd the meet inc. pointed to outstanding leadership of n, under whose regime the >kas been proclaimed by eximd public officials as one of Ifvst in the country, both in ies and rehabilitative servitor the senior citizen." ni Beach Councilman Harold it chairman of the nominating Bttee, presented ;i slate of 17 for a three year term on Iboird of directors. They were aously elected ninated were Sidney An|Stanley M. Beekerman of Hold. Mrs. Isidore Cohen, found! tie Home. Kdward Cowen, I Fine. M. J. Kopelowitz, Abe Barney B. Lee, Mrs. o> Hirsch Meyer, David i and Trau. (nominees were Matthew S. s, Dr. George Graham, Mrs. I Kozloff. Emanuel Smith and rleah Udell. One third of the I is elected each year for a Itu term. L Sol Silverman. president of %  omen's Auxiliary, reported a •eaking financial support (Home during 1955-56. The with 2.500 members. ited more than S30.000 to [Home m both operating and funds. The new physical department of the Home [keen purchased and is being pktely equipped by the Auxiliary in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Silverman. Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom. president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical ASMI. led the assemblage in a dedicatory prayer for the Trau pavilion. In addition to Kurman, Cypen and Carner, other officers are Spaet, honorary president. Col. Jacob M. Arvey, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and David Phillips, vice presidents; Sam Resnick. financial secretary, Mrs. Moses Krieger. recording secretary; and Mrs. Silverman, corresponding secretary. Chairman and co-chairmen respectively of the Trau building committee are Resnick. Carner and David Fleeman. Other members are Mrs. de Hirsch Meyer, Phillips. Cypen, Spaet, David Trau, Ansin, Sam Keywell, Lee, Julius Ritter of Hollywood, Mrs. Silverman and Maurice Pearlstein, executive director. The Home is a beneficiary agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, from which it receives 30 percent of its annual budget. It is also a member of the Dade County Welfare Planning Council. Heller Will Chair 'Coffee' Committee Miami attorney Daniel Ncal Heller has been named chairman of Circuit Judge Robert H. Anderson's "coffee club committee. campaign manager Murray Sams, i Jr., announced this week. Heller will be in charge of setjting up coffee meetings in this j and other sections of Dade county, so that supporters of the Circuit Judge can have informal meetings with their candidate. Heller said the first coffee evening will be next week, after Judge Anderson returns from Tallahassee, where he has been serving as an Associate Justice of the Florida Supreme Court. Meetings will be in the evenings and on weekends. 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Page 8 B +Jewis*ncrklton II Open House at Dade Federal Branches To Mark 125th Anniversary ot Industry Three braneh offices of Dade more than 63.000." I.ipton -aid. Federal Savings and Loan As-n of "Dade Federal hahut two pn Iftiami will hold open hou-e tor mary functions to perform under depositors and the public from 9 its Federal Charter promotion Of am. to 8 p.m., Wednesdaj Apr. 11. thrift and providing it was announced this week. home financing tor all who seek owner-hip Savings accounts ln| Dade Federal are Insured to si". 000 each hy the Federal Sav I and Loan Insurance Corporation. m agencj ol the federal govern Mir.'m Hade Federal earn liberal dh idends twice a • for thrift) members at the current he Joseph If. I.ipton. president of the association, -aid that the ooen hou-e will he part of the in-titution's celebration ot the 120th anniversar) oi the founding of the and loan business, which i> being observed nationall) throughcut pri rate ot .i percenl per annum Lipton -aid that the open hou-e ,.,„„.,] ive all visitors to the associa 0thef M njf( ,^ of h „ wvlna (ton a •'behind-the-scenes ook al gMt||Uon im .,. ll)( ,, IIN im the ( Hia.,o„1 ,lthein-.;u>.on) ,„„„ ,,„ Lipton said that hroughou he moderniatlona ,„ nomea such nati.. savings and loan ^associarep ay.bl( i } monthtiens are joining in the 128th anni,„,„,. s ..„ ,„..„..„ Boxes versary celebration. are available al loi annu He also said that the anniversary ,, (lIn (m Allapatah and Tamiami celebration was an appropriatte oc | r i l ,,i, r Cheques, US easion for the public to gel better savings Bondbanks. acquainted with the association, save-by-Mail plan and other re Jriday, April 6 Food Fair Contract For TV Program lated services are also available at all Dade Federal offices Lipton -aid that a cordial welcome iextended to all residents in the area ot the three hrancheto visit the hranch office-, and to get tinted ith the personnel and and how it workto serve the community through the provision of thrift and home financing services. The first saving! and loan BSSO ciation was organized in Phil phia in 1031 The business grew steadily the tir-t lu yean ol it(M-tcnce. reaching a pre-depreie services provided." M on peak of S8.800.0W.0O0 in 1930. j Refreshments w.ll he I at itmost rapid growth hataken!the three offices all day long. i lace since World War il Since There will he souvenirs, and all t!)4). when a--et-were $10 billion,'who attend maj register their the size ol the business haquadra and address HI a guest hook pled to IN present size ol -S4n bilt.. make them eligible at lion. I'M;m IJ i %  i! th ol n ide i '• UP to H P' : Wednesday,. reflected in the outstanding Apr Seated left. A. J. Maloff, vice president and general manager of Food Fair Stores Southern Division; (seated on right) Elmer Flagler. account executive of WGBS-TV; (standing, left to right) Maurice Held. Food Fair general merchandising manager; Sy Freedman, account executive of Bert Claster Television Productions of Baltimoie. Silver Greeted By Beach Official; Declares Yeshiva 'Great Contribution' lh the greatest contribution the Jewish people ha\e made in the twentieth century New York education hoard pre-i.lent < harle11. Silver said in Miami Beach thiweek. Silver, who also ipre-i'lent ot Beth I-rael hospital and a ti of Yeshiva, was honored Mar. 29 at a reception in the Sterling hotel. Isidor F.tar served as chairman of the meeting. Silver was also to be feted Thursday night at Waldman's Crown hold with, with fellow tru-tci H\ man Kolko and Sol Furst in charge of the reception. Silver was greeted at the Miami International airport upon his arrival by Beach Councilman Harold Shapiro Councilman Shapiro and Silver have worked together in several functions for the university and the Albert Einstein College. "Yeshiva imore than a citadel Beginning Apr. a, Stores will s P o n s o r Fo school on television. **W the nnmper Room program will appear f^ J week on Station WGBSrVfl Maloff. vice president and manager of Pood Fair Southern Division, stated ttL ^•ftbe contract signing 3 Romp.-,Roon has reeB? acclaim in 33 large citiwh-i it is currently seen throughoil country. Maloff said i( ,. f( furni-hed kmdcniarten n n Z -ion. Beach daj five local ehik and a teacher join | n p^ f stories and trvitiea cially designed lor the' schooler. During the work the tc shows things to make, thanl learn and shows pre -chooss right from wrong with the h*bl Mr. Do Bee and Mr Don't Bet| •Food Fair selected this Rram." added Maloff, 'because! believe mothers will apprsjL what it can do for their childreal make them better little cRi and to help prepare them lot f early school days of culture and learning. It J rael's beacon light of peacei understanding, shining aail spiration for all mankind into the dark placeoi the world," Silver. He also conferred with %  in the Dade county public -\ -tern. "You face n:anv i i same problenu thai wc caatj New York." he noted. ^k-% ZZJCJ Xv3GUST BROS R^ ** I • eh HT' 13 the BEST Costa Rican Rabbi Lectures Here Babbi He-chcl Kleplish. < ,..(> Rican spiritual leader here on a vacation, was guest speaker at Her Yiudiaher Forum Saturday HI Kne-rih I-rael Congre' Babbi Klepli-h discussed "Song ol Songs of King Solomon.'' The ker ia former ntajor in the British Arm) during World War II where he served in the chaplaincy He ithe author of numerJn Harmony ou> k Ir :' Lesser Named Assistant I • I ration. A CM Director of NCCJ Group '' sad i. Leaser baa been n i reen green grass it n • to all % %  :t I i • uon on Community %  A memorial it one of the motf im! you drill ei ti malte / t froti an establish• ate MEMORIALS Of tNDURING BEAUTY H. Abroms, General Manager DADE MONUMENTS INC 3241 S.W. 8th St. Miami Ph. HI 4-2018 uned assistant director of the CommisOrganixations of tin National Conference ol Christiana and Jew-, it was announced Wednesday by Harold • Iman in New York, national chairman ol the commission. In hinew i -er will work with the commission din Louis \ Badelet, in obtaining the coop..rat ion oi traterr.al. can la bar, reteraa, farm, women's and youth groups in building good will understanding amon tion's racial and religious groups MAIN OFFICE 43 N.E. Fu.tAvenuo LOCATIONS AUAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N W. 36th Street FOR 'OUR Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITL* & Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Ce. Capital, Surplus t Reserves Exctt* S3.000.000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 TAMIAIU BRANCH 1901 S Vt E.ghth Street C0KVWINCS DADE FEDERA reminds you to SAVE by the 10th EARN from the 1st DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS Accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before April 10th will earn dividends from the first of April. EDISON CENTER BRANCH J/97 N.W Sevan.* Avenue "EVENING HOURSFREE PARKING AT AU OFFICES I Main O'fxe open on L. I'onchet on Fudoyt to 4 W'"S ~~^^^^^^^^^~~ ??>•<* At Dodo rederal your Savings art PM by on Aency of the rVdrol 0~** OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 88 MILLION DOLLARS